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End of World—
(Continued from Back Page)
'LIKE NOAH ERA'
END OF WORLD MAY BE NEAR, GRAHAM SAYS
(Detroit Nm)
NEW YORK, July B.—<UP>—Evanfeliet BUiy Graham
warned last night that tha and of tha world may ho near
because people are obsessed with sex, violence and material
ism as they were in the days of Noah. ,
Mr. Graham, speaking to an audience of 19,200 persons,
including 700 standees, at Madison Square Garden, said,
"There are many signs to indicate that the end of tho world
may be near." ai i a IQs jjml
• • • \ _ . ,
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Taxes Makes—
(Continued from Back Page)
PART 2
CIO Threatened Harvey Fruehauf s
Family To 'Win' A Labor Contract!
The devil's Communist-inspired and written Wagner
Labor Relations Act and the 'Red' infected National Labor
Relations Board permitted the gigantic, hundred billion $
labor steals, which have reduced the American dollar to 49c!
PART 3
'Reds' Recognition and Buildup
Devil's Judaism Guilty!
Pearl Harbor and Korea—devil s democrats' infamy!!!
The record is clear as crystal !
The Republicans would not, AND DID NOT, recognize
the Kremlin—colossal criminals, spiritual lunatics, mase
murderers! , A aUi
The guilty:
The worst elements of the devil's Judaism, tho
devil's Roman Catholicism, and the devil's materia medka,
which perpetrated a gigantic fraud in persuading the Amer
ican public that the devil's F. D. R. was competent for third
and fourth terms!—the impure, immature, spiritually dis
honest aspects of Protestantism, not yet recognizing its mar
velous heritage, fulfilled in the post-Civil War "Second
Coming of the Christ" in Christian Science via "woman,"
Matthew 13:33.
The Detroit Tribune PLACES THE BLAME MORE ON
RACKETEERING LABOR LEADERSHIP— CIO, AFL, and
others—THAN ON HIGH TAXES, PER SE.
We must not confuse CAUSE AND EFFECT — the nearly
trillion $ total national indebtedness— municipal, State, and
Federal—reflects the 100 billion $ blundering, racketeering,
plundering, leadership in politics and labor l
TAXES MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
MICHIGAN LOSES AN INDUSTRY
(Free Press Editorial)
One swallow doesn't make a summer, nor does the
decision of Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. to by-pass Mich
igan in favor of Ohio for a new plant site prove conclusively
that Michigan taxes place the State at a disadvantage in
attracting new industry.
Nevertheless, the fact that J & L, after considering the
advantages of both Michigan and Ohio, picked the latter
for a sl6 million plant, certainly gives added weight to the
argument that this State's tax and general industrial cli
mate puts Michigan in a relatively bad competitive position.
According to the statement of J & L officials, higher
Michigan taxes were the deciding factor in choosing a site
near Canton, 0., over Monroe.
• * *
Sen. Potter—
(Continued from Back Page)
Potter's proposal to require southern draft boards to fill
their quotas from white residents in those states where
whites monopolize the ballot came as the northern coalition
backing the rights bill sought to prevent major amendment.
"Congress and the people," Potter said, "can no longer
ignore the South's disfranchisement of the Negro.
"In the 1956 presidential election, only 28 per cent of
Alabama's voters went to the polls. In Georgia, only 30 per
cent voted, and in Mississippi, only 22 per cent.
67 PCT. IN MICHIGAN
"This compared with 67 per cent in Michigan and com
paratively high figures in other northern states, where
Negroes are not denied the ballot."
(Continued Next Column Top)
Gtnl's Evangelist
Hilly Graham
SUNDAYS, 3:30, WXYZ; 10 PJM., CKLW
On TV Sat. Eve., 7 p.m. for 1 Hour
WXYZTV, Channel 7.
See Sun. TV, 8:30 a.m., Channel 7
Oral Roberts Heals Via Prayers!
• • •
These Notices, Tribune Contribution
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DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1957
Arguing that southern MMton who ask for "more time"
to otraighton out tho ballot problom have alroady had 94
yaari tinea fho emancipation of dim Wbt dil tho
South May marshal votos again to oonthwio tho old syotom.
"H thoy dK* ho said, -and tho «lth Congroas dooa not
pass adogoato civil rights legitleNon, I sorvo notice today
that I will intooduco 4 bill exempting from tho draft any
man of voting ago who Is doniod his legal eight to vote."
FOLLOWS IKE'S LEAD
Potter Indicated that ho will follow IM load of President
Eisenhower, who last Wednesday favored a softening of the
controversial Section 3 of tho MIL
Ho sold ho would vote for a clarification, making'll plain
that tho hill does not authorise now executive power and
the right to use federal troops to enforce school segrega
tion,
oho
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We Live and Learn—
(Continuad from Back Pay*)
WHITES VS. CIVIL RI6HTS—POLITICAL 'HORSE
TRADING' TAKING PRECEDENCE OVER THE DEMANDS
OP GOO AND THE INTERNATIONAL POSITION,
WORLD LEADERSHIP OP THE U. S.—GOD'S
PROTESTANT-CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST MESSIAH
NATION TO ALL THE NATIONS I
W* praaant from tho Courier
"We Live and Learn"
Very few people who aVo aware of political realities
were surprised it the charge of Senator Charles Potter
(GOP) of Michigan end Republican National Chairman
Meade Alcorn, that certain Democratic "liberal" Senators
voted against civil rights in order to secure approval of tho
publicly financed Hells Canyon dam.
These graat advocates of civil rights agreed to vote with
tho Southerners against putting tho civil rights bill on tho
calender In exchange for a vote for tho socialised dam
proiact.
Their alibis art transparant and nobody believes what
thoy said, and it was claar that thay riskad loss of tho Negro
vote for selfish reasons.
Senators Morse of Oregon. Murray of Montana, Mans
field of Montana, Magnusop of Washington. Kennedy of
Massachusetts, and O'Mahoney of Wyoming, with no Negro
vote to lose, dumped civil rights and voted with tho Solid
South, according to Messrs. Pottor and Alcorn, although
posing as liberals.
And tho Courier again—
SOME SEVERE REBUKES FOR PROMINENT
DEMOCRATS AND GOP THOMAS DEWEY. WHO
PLAYED THE ZIONIST ROLE. DRIVING A WEDGE
BETWEEEN CHRISTIANITY AND THE ARAB NATIONS
AND PEOPLES!
"A whole gallery of those conspirators, including Tru
man. Dewey. Lehman [D... U. S. San. of N.Y.—multi mil
lionaire Hebrew]. Eleanor Roosevelt [Yas. Eleanor gets
'slapped down'!; many fool likewise re the devil's 'Red'
end Hebrew dupe that she was—spiritual traitor to God
and country !]. and a whole raft off Ntw-Fair Dealers" ...
Wo present excerpts from "Views and Reviews" by
George S. Schuyler of the Pittsburgh Courier re "There < (
Goes the Middle East" by Alfred M. Lilienthal, 330 pp.
"Views and Reviews"
By George S. Schuyler Pittsburgh Courier
* * *
Mr. Lilienthel's thesis is that U. S. diplomatic policies in
the Middle East have practically handed the area over to
tho Russian Bolsheviks by alienating the 42 million Arabs
residing there through coddling e smell but powerful ele
ment forcibly thrust In thoir midst, thus displacing the
rightful residents in tho most callous and shameful manner.
Tho Foot-Jonos thesis is that inapt Franco-British rul
ing politicians, hoping vainly to recapture tho "glorious"
days of pre-World War I imperialism, lied, double-crossed
and goofed their way into tho unprovokod tripartite attack
on Egypt, end then had to ignominiously extricate them
selves when Eisenhower end the Kremlin cracked the
whip. This confirmed their second-rate status. The British
Tories are hit hard, but the others are not spared. Tho two
books together art eye-opening. Neither has been displayed
or pushed by the big book-stores end reviews have been
sparse. You will understand why when you road thorn.
What Is most disturbing about 'There Goes tho Middle
East" is its ravolation of tho lengths to which U. S. poli
ticians, publishers, private organizations, religious groups,
radio and television havo gone to got across a biased, lying,
crooked picture of tho Middle East crisis in general and the
Suez fiasco in particular . . . You will bo amazed in which
ell this has been accomplished through e solar system of
rabid and relentless organizations and economic and po
litical pressure.
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The Lost Art—
(Continuad from Back Riga)
MY "FATHER'S BUSINESS"—at par Jasus, aga 12-
MAKING CHRISTLIKE CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS I— MY
CHOSEN PEOPLE THE ONE R-E-A-L WORK OF ALL
RACES AND PEOPLES MUST COME FIRST I—'FIRST
THINGS FIRST' I
'THAT THOU LOVE THE LORD THY GOD WITH ALL
THY HEART, WITH ALL THY SOUL, . . . MIND, WITH
ALL THY STRENGTH, ANQ THY NEIGHBOR AS THY
SELF," according to Christ!
' PART 2
•WHATSOEVER THY HAND FINDETH TO DO,
DO IT WITH THT MIGHT' I—o. T.
THE DAY, THE HOUR OF RECKONING'—
IMPERATIVE TO MAKE ONE'S "DECLARATION OF
INDEPENDENCE"—AND APPREHEND MAN'S 'INALIEN.
ABLE RIGHTS .. . SELF-GOVERNMENT, REASON, CON
SCIENCE'I .
Sao top paragraph, p. 104 C. S. taxthaok, "Animal Mag
natlim Unmaakad"—and ana's triumph tharstot
• 'MAN IS PROPERLY SELP.GOVERNED ONLY WHEN
HE IS GUIDED RIOHTLy AND GOVERNED BY HIS
MAKER. DIVINE TRUTH AND LOVE.'
_ • (Contlnuad Naxt Column Tap)
-w« paraphrat* furthers TH* MINTAL TRESPASStR
INCURS A DIVINE PENALTY' I
PART I.
THE ‘HAVE PUN* DUPRE VS. THI JOW OP THE
CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH 'CALL.' .
"Th# world I* not t plays round.
It It • schoolroom;
Life It not a holiday,
It it an education."
—Henry Drummond, Scotch pastor
author, 19th Century.
THI LOST ART OF LOAFING
WE CANT JUST WASTE TIME
By Richard Gehman (Timet)
tee
The examples are everywhere.
' One of our foremost TV comedians, In company with
scores of others In his field, cannot sleep. People In govern
ment are continually harried. U. S. Senator Javits recently
said:
"When I sit down quietly, I Just can't relax. I'm con
tinually thinking about my work and hashing over problems
it creates in my life."
A well-known female star »recently told me that at the
end of a day, when she should be resting, she feels more
like screaming: She said:
"I have to have five or six drinks to unwind."
Hers is a common refrain. It is no wonder that alcohol
ism and its followers, promiscuity and irresponsibility, are
on the rise.
PREDICTS 30 HOUR WEEK BY 1910
Dr. Menninger goes on to make an even stronger state
ment than Dr. Wolf's. He writes:
"If it were economically possible, beginning tomorrow,
. to relieve every man in the United States of half of his
present work requirements (or, rather, his work opportuni
ties) without decrease of his income, the nation would be
in peril. It would be absolutely impossible for the great
majority of these people to utllizo the suddenly acquired
leisure in any psychologically satisfactory way.
TOO MUCH LEISURE
"Some of the energy thus released would undoubtedly
be taken up with play, but most of it would be expressed
in direct aggressiveness or in SOME FORM OF SELF-DE
STRUCTION. People would begin fighting, drinking, and
killing themselves and one another.
"Most people do not know how to play well enough to
fill such requirements upon sudden demand. It is due . . .
to an inhibition in interest in play."
Dr. Menningpr's prediction is lurking around the corner
as reality. Right now, according to a Syracuse University
professor, Harry Walker Hepner, the average worker has
125 full days a year away from his job. Prof. Hepner expects
that the 40-hour week may well be the 30-hour week by
1980.
Re Statemen—
(Continued from Back Page)
AND, "ERROR URGED TO ITS FINAL LIMITS, IS SELF
DESTROYED."—p. 476, C.S. textbook.
And then you quote Hamlet that "there's a divinity
that shapes our ends, rough-hew them how we will."
And then you say: "That was after, yielding to impulse,
he had searched the baggage of Rosencrantz and Ouilden
stern, and found they were taking him to England to be
executed. Hamlet escaped that plot, but his uncle got him
a few weeks later. Anyway, relying on time and circum
stance seems to the Commentator
-A Hell Os A Way Te Ran A
Government"
BUT JESUS COUNSELED, "WAIT FOR THE
HARVEST TIME" !
PART 2
MR. KELSEY, WHAT ABOUT THE O. T. SCRIPTURE,
"WAIT PATIENTLY ON THE LORQ"—divine LOVE?
Mrs. Eddy and Christian Science "Second Coming of the
Christ/' "Another Comforter . . . who will teach you all
things," in God's Christian Science textbook, say: "Wait
patiently for divine Love to move upon the waters of mortal
mind and form the perfect concept. Patience must have her
perfect work."
PART 3
NEWSPAPin MEM, CYNICS?
But, Chicago Tribune for Monday, 7/8, had this cartooh:
"EACH FALLING STONE LEAVES BEHIND NEW CRACKS
WITHIN THE WALLS," and the corner of a stone structure
is shown marked "RED TEMPLE," with much of the corner
stones fallen away, marked Molotov, Malenkov, Berie,
Vishinsky, Stalin Purges. Then in the picture 'Father Time'
has a big book called "History of Revolutions," and is made
to say, "ONE BY ONE THEY FALL. HOW SOON THE
TEMPLE?"
PART 4 /
NO FREEDOM OF THE WILL WHATSOEVER I
The "Satan Bound," as per Jesus—"FATHER, FOR.
GIVE THEM, THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO" !
But God, infinite Spirit, controls completely, eternally,
harmoniously the only REAL creation and universe of in
vulnerable, omnipresent, heaven and eternal life FLESH
LESS, IM-material, spiritual, Christlike rejecting and
repudiating the apparent reality of the MYTHICAL, devil
ish, anti-Christ Adam-Eve ego and psychology of all human
births and their so-called "material" world.
"THE THINGS SEEN ARE TEMPORAL (M-Y-T-H-I-C-A-LJ,
BUT THE THINGS NOT SEEN ARE ETERNAL."—St. Paul.
Human and "material" phenomena are merely MORTAL
THOUGHT IMAGES MYTHICAL counterfeits and bur
lesques of divine ideasl Hence, Mrs. Eddy, under God's
direction, could conclude her survey of the history of evil
and its MYTHICAL nature, thus: "BUT WHY SHOULD WI
▼lt a? AGHAST AT NOTH| NGNESS? . . . THB SUM
TOTAL OF HUMAN ERROR" !-p. 563, C.S. textbeok.
A " d "! ** OR ANY ASPECT OF THE DEVILISH,
M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L, "9HASTLY FARCE OF MATERIAL [s*»
celledl EXISTENCE" l-p. 272 Ibid. **
paraphrasing—God to Mrs. Eddy, to
EJL?*f? RES e $ AND O'OWTH ARE ETERNAL MAN
THP f 2t!o E «: 0 . NE R E ‘ A “ L ' SAWi M| ND IN, ANO OF.
love! "ivlno _ U N? VERSE OMNIPOTENT, DtVINB
ious"!li biX A ™ KR ' M0 ™* R °°°' all-harmon.
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