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10c VOLUME 35—NUMBER 23 7 RACISTS FOUND GUILTY BULLETIN By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C.S.++4- No Return of $700,000,000 Plus German Assets! SUPPORTING SEN. SMATHERS, NBC-TV, TODAY, 7/22. 3Vi BILLION SU. S. REBUILDING GERMANY I B-U-L-L- E-T-I-N-! By Andrew F. Fruehauf, CS. + + + TO PRESIDENT EISENHOWER, TO SENATORS POTTER, AND KNOWLAND: JESUS STOOD FOR JUSTICE EVEN THOUGH IT BROUGHT NOT PEACE BUT A SWORD ! SECTION 3 HAS GOD'S ENDORSEMENT! A. F. FRUEHAUF, C.S. DETROIT TRIBUNE, Christian Scientist's Weather "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE, WE LIVE AND MOVE, AND BREATHE"—C. S. Hymn—AND HAVE OUR BEING IN INVULNERABLE OMNIPRESENT HEAVEN AND STERNAL LIFE t H-E-A-T, Tornadoes, Forest Fires,, Floods, Etc. Because of The Devil—Animal Magnetism—Adam-Eve Anti-Christ Ego M-Y-T-H! In All Non-Christ Scientist Education, Religions, Therapeutics, Politics, Culture, Entertainment!!! Thought Is The Key! THE UNIVERSE IS 100% THE MANIFESTATION OF THOUGHT I The Tigers In the Dog House of the Devil's Psychopathic Anti-Christ Adam-Eve Egos!—The Devil's Roman Catkiolic Beer Psychology!-R.C. A Spiritual Traitor! BEER BREWERS —ALL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE AND TOBACCO DUPES ARE PRISONERS OP THE DEVIL I THE PRODUCERS ARE SPIRITUAL TRAITORS ! DRUG STORE MEDICINE USERS—DEVIL'S DUPES ! "Senator Russell's Bloody Shirt (Pittsburgh Courier Editorial) Characteristically facing backward. Ilka tha gigantic monolithic statues on Easter Island, Senator Richard B, Russell of Georgia, on the eve of our annual Independence celebration, launched the eMpected Southern Seriate**- buster by waving the bloody shirt of race wor ala Recon struction days. ~ lu . . The pride and |ey of Winder, ©a., who owes his political eminence and reputation as Elder Statesman to the and franchisement of his black constituents, implied and under stand ably is opposed to Negroes In hie state or alsewhere *n the Deep South having the right to vote freely Mi would end the dictatorial one-party system by whic *nd hla kind flourish. • \ • • • ' . Nn» /"OOtMBMv ITMiVtui f« TWi DMm NMm *7O GRATIOT, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN -k JH ■**£., \ B v.'-.'lw'-' /^^-' ‘ ■ ¥^p> : * ■■■■■ 1 ; >-&t ,; i 4 ''"f- * v f^‘ c v^^y‘%^; rs v ’V''vS'^'V, I '')S'^S^’ : * • rvrr'vHHHHM THIRD BAPTIST CHURCH'S First Annual Homscoming pro* gram koM reoently. Pictured Liberal Groups Aid Race Problem Majority of Americans Believe JACKSON. Mips.—Negroes in Mississippi are wondering if certain of their leaders are not selling them out to forces op posing integration within the state. Thia uneasy speculation re sulted from a decent disclo sure that three Negroes two mininisters and the editor of the local weekly newspaper had received a total of SI. 745.91 for assistance given the powerful state sovereignty commission, which was set up two years ago to preserve seg regation. After two years’ operation, the commission has spent about $50,- 000 of the $250,000 appropriated by the legislature to carry out its Jim Crow program, despite the group’s vast investigative authority. Though the warrants for the expenditures do not identify recipients by race, at least three of them are known. They are Kev. H. H. Hume of Greenville; Rev. Ozelle Mason of Jackson; and Percy Green, editor of the Jackson Advocate, i Receipts held by the commit tee show that Rev. Hume, iden tified also as a newspaperman, was paid $290.76 last August, and $175 last March for investi- Autherine Lucy Gets Nothem Job PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (CNS) Former co-ed Autherine Lucy Foster, who since being ousted from the University Os Alabama in the fight for integration, has been “Just another citizen.” has joined force* with » Philadel phia business concern here as stockholder, second vioe presi dent and sales manager. It is the Bentley Institutional Garments Factory, the only. Negro-owned and operated makers of choir caps, gowns, hoods, etc., in the country. Mrs Foster, though not com plaining. had been practically ignored in her various attempts for positions *in Tax** where her husband is pastor of the Liberty Baptist Church of Tyler. The new position calls for travel-* ing. and Autherine is excited about it. She and her husband may even decide to come north la at** SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1957 are left to right: Mrs. Laura Lee. Mrs. Bertha Marion. Rev. J. P. Wilson, pastor, Mrs. Hat gations. He also drew $l5O last February for travel purposes. According to Gov. Coleman, Rev. Hume is ‘‘a Negro preacher . . . who . has taken a public stand for segregation.” Rev. Mason received $495.15 in February for "advertising” and also drew sso % werrenls lest July and August, for "in NAACP Official Finds Fear, Tension on Tour of South ATLANTA.—A regional sec retary of the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Colored People warned today that the racial climate in the South looks like “the calnf be fore the storm.” J4rs. Ruby Hurley, recently returned from a fiald trip through ih a Southeastern states, told of finding a tens* situation in which "every body's afraid,* and nobody knows what they’re afraid of.” the new issue of Look Maga- In an interview published in zine, Mrs. Hurley blamed much of the South’s fears on the White Citizen’s Councils which, she said, have created such confus ion over the integration issue “that I doubt if there are a handful of people down here, white or Negro, who can tell you what the Supreme Court actually said.” f Newspapers have also clouded the issue, she declared, by em phasizing disturbances and giv ing little or no space to the communitier that have inte grated their schools successfully. Mrs. Hurley, whose NAACP ectivitiec ere described in the Look artido. charged that re strictive legislation onactod by some state legislatures "is aimed specifically. end In a <hacriminatory manner, at the NAACP alone” “It’s bed enough to bar us from organising and holding meetings,” she said, “but |he real danger lies in saying wc cannot even come into court and challenge the constitutionality of these laws. This deprives us of .Wall basic American free tie Dogans and the R*t. W. A. Paaplas. ▼•siigaiions." Green has drawn money in several categories. Under travel last September, he received 535; under advertising, he received Ss3oo last February. In addition, a 5200 warrant, given him last October, was made out to “Na tional Association of Colored People of the' South, care of Percy Green.” "Sweet Daddy Grace" Not Sweet Say Neighbors Sweet Daddy Grace, spiritual leader who took over the the atre at 8450 Linwood from Prophet James F. Jones, has been summoned to appear in traffic and ordinance court July 26 to answer complaints filed by neighbors. A group of property owner*, who lie* in the neighborhood claimed a mass baptism held outside the United House of Prayer for All People last Sun day created a nuisance. They said the services were carried on in the street until midnight, causing a traffic jam, featuring bugle blowing and a noisy baptism by fire hose, ac cording to the complaint signed by Mrs. dealer W. Dennard of 2556 West Philadelphia.. Mrs Sarah Clark of 2501 West Philadelphia, a aspokesman for the residents, said: “Mr. Grace has bombarded the residents night after night, beat ing drums and tamborines, clap ping of hands, dancing and sound trucks/' Remember Monday, August 12 Last Day To Register PRICK: SINGLE COPY PeR TEAR, M-H White Southern Jury Convicts Kasper and Cos. KNOXVILLE, Tenn.— (Special)—ln a siffiprise verdict Tuesday which left the small TennesscjT.courtroom heavily crowded with spectators stunned, firw a verdict given which some persons hail as the turning point in the school integregation issue. a • Segregation leader John Kasper and ht£ »** co-de fendants were found guilty in the crimiiifri contempt trial. Each faces up to six months in jail apd fines up to SI,OOO or both. !,V.’ . Four of the original fifteen defendants were acquited on lack of evidence. Kaspers attor neys appeared dazed as the foreman of the jury read the verdict. Members of the defend ents families utter gasps as each nartie was read off and ihe guilty given. The southern laweyts at first refused to iheke e statement they were so astonished. They had made an impassioned plea for tha jurors to preserve the southern way of Ufa and decide not guilty." Counsel Robert L. Dobbs, of Memphis, who was chief counsel refused to concede that the de cision delivered a heavy blow to the segregation forces who are fighting the school integre gation issue. He said, “the law suit isn’t over yet. We have filed notion for anew trial, if that is is denied, we will appeal tp a higher court. Another defense lawyer said, “Naturally, we are disappointed, we still do not believe that the Government proved is case”. Commenting on tha decision. U. S. District Attorney. John C. Crawford. Jr., who conduct ed the case for the United States said, “My staff end I endeavored to try this case like any other Government case. The jury has spoken by its verdict. I have no other comment." Six others along with Kasper were convicted in the case brought by the Government ac cusing them of tormenting racial strife at Clinton last fall when Negro students were ad mitted for the first time into the all-white high school. The Government specifically charged them with criminal contempt of court. In that they knowingly violated a court order forbidding flg / •' jU TfflJ !■%- BL . 1 ■’-! - ' • I;.':, -v <ill k^|i'% tVh^bhe t -'- IBPIBHM^|----: /: ,: • IfffittlWirwMr fflfjfr i^B. RHB ••"*< &* v a wy* . . jM 3 rA. 1. : fev I B •■:...; ; I ■ . v -v B B . j^MHiBBfeBAI 10c interference witt? orderly in tegration of thee Clinton High School. There were eighteen original Clinton residents' charged with contempt. Four jii these were acquitted when the Government found it did noCfUve sufficient evidence. A fifth person. Mrs. Zella Nelson. was excusfd because she exppcls a child in September. One *oi the defend ants died in a faental hospital youth was sent to the state reformatory for car theft. The jury heard the parade of witnesses without smiles. They deliberated two hours and twenty minutes before returning their verdict, r GOP Senators Get Together . On C-R Bill WASHINGTON, D. C.—Ad ministration spokesman told how on Friday, they Had called a conference of Republican Sen ators in an effort to prevent more of the Rights Bill from being hacked away and thereby leaving on the enforcement of voting rights. GOP Senators say they are trying to save a part of the controversial ..section ..of ..the House bill which the Southern ers claim woud give the Attor ney General the right to use Federal injunctions to enforce racial integration in schools or other places. Os course the main test will come on the jury trials but it’s believed tha supporers are try ing to keep this fight in the background until it's decided whether the Senate would deal with all civil rights-or only voting rights.