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VOLUME 38—NUMBER 29 HOW THE DEVIL'S NON-CHRIS i LABOR BOSSES, RACKETEERS, RISE TO. WEBI By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF/C.S.+++ GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE PRESENTS, FROM C.S. MONITOR 5-14, "PEOPLE AT WORK - ROUGH ROAD TO THE TOP" BY ED TOWNSEND A story in labor's early folklore tells of an educational conference for new union members. Someone wanted to know how a man could rise to international office. "WORK HARD AT YOUR JOB. MAKE A LOT OF FRIENDS. ATTEND UNION MEETINGS REGULARLY AND NEVER SHIRK A THANKLESS COMMITTEE JOB. RUN FOR OFFICE IN YOUR LOCAL AND PUSH YOUR WAY UP THROUGH DISTRICT OFFICES. TALK TOUGH ABOUT THE BOSSES AND PLEDGE A DEVOTED FIGHT FOR WORKER'S RIGHTS. MAYBE—JUST MAYBE—YOU'LL END UP ELECTED TO AN INTERNATIONAL OFFICE/' the conference leader told the group. See LABOR .BOSSES, Page 2 "CHICK POX, PNEUMONIA LEAD TO DEATH OF MOTHER OF 4" Mrs. Patricia Brusati, 22. Dearborn Independent 6-2 A THINKING SUFFOCATION OF THE DEVIL'S MATERIA MEDICA, "SATAN BOUND" NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CHURCH, EDUCATION, TAKING 50 YEARS ! I ! CHRIST JESUS COMMANDED TO 'HEAL THE DY ING/ AND CHRISTLIKE CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS HAVE EVEN 'RAISED THE DEAD'! . . Doctors diagnosed the unusual case as a com plication of the orginal disease." The children's ages are 5. 3,2, 3»/2 mos. "GERMANY: A SOLUTION" "HOW TO PUT THE SOVIETS ON THE RUN" By William S. bchlamm, Human Events, 5-12. The Truth Makes Free The Cotnmuniit Regime in East Germany is a Quisling government, and there is no one on either side of the Iron Curtain who has any doubts about it. The people's upris ing of 1953 has clarified once and for all that the "mass basis" of the East German Communists consists of, at the most, 10 per cent of the population, plus the Soviet troops stationed in East Germany. See GERMANY, Page 2 "Roscoe Drummond Reports "BRITISH TELEVISION FOUND RESISTING WORST U.S. FARE" N.Y. Trib. 6-1 British commercial television is resisting the worst of American TV fare. It isn't easy. There are quix shows, give-aways, double your-money and a high percentage of wild Westerns. See RESISTING, Page 2 DEVIL'S SOCIAL H-BOMB - SEX! "UNSOLICITED PORNOGRAPHY" C.S. Monitor 5-14 I have read with interest the letter (April 12) on the in herent dangers of censorship. I note that the same column carried another letter quoting amply from the Subcommit tee on Postal Operations report. THE WRITER'S CONCERN ABOUT CENSORSHIP WOULD BE UNDERSTANDABLE IF IT SHOULD BE DI RECTED TOWARD THE CLASSICS, TOWARD PUBLICA TIONS UNSUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, TOWARD WORKS THAT MIGHT BE CONSIDERED IN QUESTIONABLE TASTE OR THOSE THAT ARE OFFENSIVE TO ONE MI NORITY AS AGAINST THE MAJORITY OPINION. BUT SUCH IS NOT THE CASE. See SEX, Page 2 PROTESTANT CHURCH LEADERS: "LIQUOR BAN URGED ON AIRLINE FLIGHTS" I C.S. Monitor 5-26 GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE ASKS: WILL THE DEVIL'S JUDAISM AND THE DEVIL'S R. CATHOLICISM TAKE THE 'SIDE OF THE ANGELS'?-! THEY WERE DEVIL'S SABOTEURS OF PROHIBITION! WE PRESENT. HEREWITH. THE C.S. MONITOR'S MESSAGE: \ See LIQUOR BAN, Page 2 SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING I- AND EXPOSURE OF THE M-Y-T-H S - HELL. SIN, BIRTHS. DISEASE. DEATH. WARS. MATTER IADAM-EVE. MURDEROUS CAIN. JUDAS - "GHASTLY FARCE" - FOOLING SAULS OF TARSUS, 90 YEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE. NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY I LAYMEN. LEADERS, MASSES I uetraiiSm KJrUnuiE ntpriMnling C Right, of Man AVENUE, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN Housing Bias Aired Patterson Makes Hisier/; Regains Lost Crown Flovd Patterson became the first person in the history of boxing to regain a heavyweight crown that he had pre viously lost when he dropped Ingemar Johansson to the can vas with a lethel left hook in the fifth round of their second meeting Monday night, at the Polo Grounds in New York. At 1:51 of the fifth round Ingemar was rocked to a four minute sleep by a long left hook to the jaw by Patterson to revenge a fourth round knock-out that dethroned him from his heavyweight title perch the year before. Ingo, the dapper Hollywood* gound Swede, was the favorite of writers, bettors, fighters and ex fighters, alike, but they all had to take low when the new champion unloaded his Joe Louis influenced bomb dropped Ingo flat on his back for the second WjM " ~ ~~ HENRY KUISISTO, Assistant Postmaster; James Kademach i iliou.d <MI u. t; Mi I iu.ml i\,i cr. Postmaster; Mr. Del Councilman, John Webb (standing) President, Detroit Branch of the Na tional Alliance of Postal Employees. The affair was held at the Sheraton Cadillac recently. Detroit Freedom Fund Membership Sets Record Latin Quarter Awards Night Program Honors Workers The membership and Freedom Fund Campaigns of the Detroit Branch National Association for the Advancement of Colored People which officially came to a close with the annual Awards Night Program on June 3 in the Latin Quar ter, were a record-high level of achievement according to a report issued this week by Arthur L. Johnson, Executive Secretary of the Branch. The general membership and Free dom Dinner-Life Membership Campaigns have netted the Detroit Branch a total of 21.842 regular members and 457 Life Members making a total of 22,299. This membership figure gives the Detroit Branch the national leadership with more than 5,000 members over Philadelphia, Pa., which has the second ranking membership in the nation of 17,000. Income from the Branch regu lar memberships is a record of $46,688.14. The Freedom Dinner of the Branch also set an all-time re cord with an income of $55,327. This was more money ever raised before my a single branch of the NAACP in its history in a spe cial project. A third activity of the Detroit branch, the Youth Fashions For Freedom Show and Miss NAACP Contest, was the means of raising an additional $9,000 in general memberships. Life Memberships and general contributions. Together, these ac tivities netted the Detroit branch a gross income of $109,950.14. The leaders of these campaign activities were given special cita tions and trophies by the Detroit Branch at its annual Awards Night Program on Friday, June 3 at the Latin Quarter. They were the Honorable William T. Pa trick, Jr., Chairman of the Mem bership Campaign: Dr. Wendell Cox. Chairman and Damon J. Keith.< Co-Chairman of the Fight For Freedom Dinner and Mrs. LaClaire Knox. Chairman and Di rector of the Youth Fashions For Freedom Show and Mias NAACP Contest. In addition to these top pro ducers, there were several indi vidual workers who received cita tions for solociting 10 to 50 mem berships, 50 to 100 memberships and 100 and above memberships. In the area of special awards and citations, the. following indi viduals received citations for their leadership work: Gun Nunn, time during the fifth round. The fight began at a fast pace and. remained thapway Until the GREENSBORO, N. C A staff worker at A&T College for the past 42 years will retire this month. MARTIN F. HOLT, 70. farm superintendant and who came to the college in the fall of 1918 as an instructor, will lay aside his farm tools come June 30 for a well deserved rest. POST OFFICE RETIREMENT PROGRAM Radio anti TV news coverage: Oficld Dukes, Youth promotion; Presented below arc the indi viduals and organizations which won leadership trophies for their achievement in the membership 200 Attend Dinner Honoring Judge Franklin TOLEDO (Special) Robert V. Franklin, Jr., was honored last week and Sunday in testimonial dinners. The first occasion was the 30th annual membership meeting of the Indiana Ave. YMCA, with some 200 attending the dinner alfair. The newest judge on the muni cipal bench also was honored on Sunday at a dinner arranged by Silas Harris and John Jenkins. At the YMCA dinner, Judge Franklin was presented by J. Sla ter Gibson, attorney. The response was by Robert Penn, attorney, and Frank Troy. Others who participated on the program were Ames L. Thomas, chairman of the Indiana Ave. YMCA board of managers; Eric D. Chapman, general YMCA sec retary; Dr. J.. N. Hobbs, Harold C. Strickland, executive secretary of Indiana Ave. YMCA: the Rev. John C. McCrao, pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church, and the Rev. John Evans, rector of All Saints Episcopal Church. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1960 fifth round KO. with both Patter son and Johansson getting in some good licks. Johansson was down earlier in the fifth for a nine-count from the same type of long left hook. A rubber match between the two boxers will be within the next 120 days, with only the date and place to be decided. A&T's Holt Retires During those forty-two years, Holt has worked at three differ ent jobs anti those who have known him during the period, readily agree that he did them all well. What is more remark able, exeept for brief vacation stants, He has not missed a single day from the job in the last 41 years. campaign: Paul Williams, WWJ-TV and radio news coverage; Charles J. Wart man. Michigan Chronicle, editorial support: Williams C. Matney, Jr.. Chronicle news coverage; WCHB, news and special events; Pat Tay lor and Irene Williams. Entertain ment: Thomas Thompson, Mem bership promotion; Philip Gor don Guidance of picketing pro grata; Mrs. Betty Ellington, gen eral manager of the Detroit Trib une, news coverage; Rev. Nicho las Hood. Church work promo tion; Rev. L. Juan Burt, Leader ship of Baptist ministers: Drs. Lawrence Lackey and Lionel Swan, Leadership work among Detroit physicians; Miss Climen* tene McClain, Mrs. Sylvia Lee and Miss Betty Canty, outstand ing staff contributions. Dinner was served by the Gunc kel Hi Y Club. Named to serve again on the Board of Managers for terms ex piring in 1963 were Judge Frank lin. George Gould, Harry Smith, William Ross, Harold Moss, Cla rence Walker, Jr., Calvin Jeffries, Luther Jones and Mr. Thomas. Elected to a term expiring next year was John Andrews; for a term expiring in 1962, Frank Johnson, and for a term expiring in 1963, Anderson Checves. The nominating committee in cluded Dr. Hobbs, James A. Jones, Emerson Ross, Herman Morris and I.eo Perry. Judge Franklin was presented a desk lamp. At the Sunday dinner, Judge Franklin, William Humphrey, executive director of the AFL CIO; Mrs. Eula Wiley, and James R. Simmons. Jr., participated. Mr. Jenkins announced plans to raise funds for community po litical candidates in 19t>l. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS; PER YEAR, $4.50 FDCA Revive Appeal hrneeuf tounysiers TOLEDO (Special) An appeal was made this week for friends of Frederick Douglass Community Association to pro vide funds for needy youngsters to spend at least one week at the FDCA day camp in Person Park. Last year, according to Roy Shelton. FDCA finance commit tee chairman, 36 youngsters ben efited from a similar appeal. “The experience was so grati fying that we are again asking our friends to sponsor a child in camp lor a week,” Mr. Shelton said. The cost for one week (four days) is $3.50. “I know of no place else where ; you can provide so much for so little.” Mr. Shelton said. The four-week program begins July G. The children will be picked up at the FDCA building and re turned. The day camp program will include games, crafts, nature, ! hiking and outdoor living. Mrs. Bond Begins Work As Nurse Mrs. Clyde Bund. 632 City Park Ave., began work last week as a supervising practical nurse at j Children’s Center Hospital at the I Miami Children's Home, 252 U Ri- I vct Rd. Mrs. Bond, a licensed practical nurse, has supervisory responsi bility for the entire hospital and is the first staff member from this community. Miss Thompson Receives B. S. Degree .Miss Ethel JoAnne Thompson. 315 Ira Road, East T dodo, was one of 152 members of the* grad uating class of Central State ColV lege at Wilberforce. She received a I) S. degree in English Educa tion. She was a member of Page- Broaddus, (Baptist) Fellowship Women s Recreation Club and De partmental Club. She also con tributed to the college newspa per. The Gold Torch. Now Is The Time City Clerk, Thomas I). Load better announced this week that all Fire and Police Precinct Sta tions. excluding Headquarters, will be opened for the purpose of accepting voting registrations and changes of address on June .27. 28. 29. 30; July 1, 2 and 5 from 12 o'clock noon to 8 p.m. on each day specified. Also, that *the following De partment Stores will ’ e open for this same purpose irom 12 o'- clock noon to 8 p.m. or during the last 8 hours in which these store are open on these same dates: June 27, 28, 29, 30; July 1. 2 and 5; J. L. Hudson Cos., Woodward Ave. and State St.; Demery’s, 6433 Woodward Ave.; Sam’s Inc., Campus Martius St.; Sam’s, Inc., Randolph St.; Sam’s, Inc., Conner Ave.; Federal Dept. Stores, Inc. Harper and Baldwin Aves., Gr. River 'Ave. and Oakman filvd., Gratiot Ave. and Seven Mile Rd., Gr. River and Greenfield Aves., Michigan Ave. and Thirty Third St., and Schaefer and McN’ichols Rds. The office of the Detroit City Election Commission. Room 202, City-County Building will be open from 8 a m. to 8 p.m. on June 27. 28. 29. 30: July 1, 2 and 5. Mr. Lcadbettcr also stated that Tuesday, July sth is the final day for the acceptance of regis (rations or changes of address for the forthcoming Primary of August 2. Electors who have registered or voted since Jan 1. 1956 are not required to re register. Electors who registerd prior to Jan. 1, 1956. but have not voted since, should apply for re-regis tration. Electors who havq registered 10< mt Debate veiops In Bias Hearing Charges of bias in housing brokers was made by the An ti-Defamation League Presi dent Max Osnos, Tuesday. The brokers were accused of i frequently refusing to sell to Jews, even when the Jews meet the approval of the broker’s clients. WILLIAM R. LUEDDERS, prcs | ident ol the Detroit Heal Estate Board supported the discrimina tory practices as necessary to ! the financial system ol Michigan while Slate Rep. Robert E. Wal dron sajs that “God given, in alienable rights'’ ol the home owners would be treaded on if housing discrimination would be forced to end. The Michigan Corporation and Securities Commission formulat ed a rule barring real estate brokers and salesmen from re fusing to deal with persons be cause of race, creed, color or nationality and held a hearing Tuesday at which Osnos, Lued cers, and Waldron were wit nesses. COMMISSIONER Lawrence Liu bovs conducted the hearing in the Cadillac Square Bldg. and heard 2ti witnesses. Cubuw has until July 1 to get the proposed rule to the secre tary of 4or publication. If ■’v meets 'deadline, jt will oecome effective Aug. 14. Supporters of the rule testi- Lcd Tuesday about discrimina tion against Mcgfoes and Jews in the Crosse Pointe, Ann Arbor and Saginaw. Opponents did not deny that discrimination is praetued, but defended it on legal and econo mic grounds. Dr. Walter Webb, a Saginaw Negro, told of difficulties he had in buying a home in 1957. He said he wanted a $35,000 ■O S 10,030 home, but a broker showed him only SB,OOO homes in Negro neighborhoods. Another broker fired a sales man for making an appointment >to show him a home in a white neighborhood, even though the appointment was never kept, he added. WEBB SAID a light skinned -Negro triend, apparently passing lor white, finally brought a lot ior him. But then the broker iircd his salesman and returned the deposit. To Register or voted si nee Jan. 1, 1956 and have moved from enc address to another, both within the City of Detroit, may transfer by listing their old and new addresses and signature on a postal eard or on the reverse side of their Regis tration Cert if i eat e and mailing same to the City Election Com mission, 202 City-County Build ing. Detroit 26, Mich. lo qualify, a person must be a citizen of the United States, at least 21 years of age, a resident of Michigan for at least 6 months and a bonaiide resident of the City of Detroit for at least 30 days prior to the date of the Primary of Aug. 2, 1960. Musical Union Day Set For Detroit June 26 The Toledo Quartet Musical As sociation's annual excursion to the Detroit Musical Musical Asso ciation, both members of the Na tional Quartet Convention of America, will be Sunday, June 2t. The motorcade will leave from the Toledo YMCA on Indiana Ave. at 12 noon. All members, groups, ushers, nurses, as well as friends and well-wishers of the organization, are urged to go along with us. We had -a very grand time last year and we ex pect a greater time this year We enjoyed Detroit here for Union Day the second Sunday in June. The St. Mary’s Church of God in Christ, where this program will be. is located at 5326 Russell St., Detroit, Mich. Make it a date. Plan to attend this ,rand affair. Brother David Williams is the president. Madame W. H. Witcher is the reporter.