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WfXJME 38—NUMBER 3^ 2:30 A.M. July 2 The Honorable Dwig,. .and Eisenhower By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C.S.+++ The President Washington, D. C. Dear Mr. President: Your administration is having the highest divine protection in the last 30 years I No Pearl Harbor nor the counterpart of near sell-out to Stalin and the steal of Manchuria —and no Korea ! Khrushchev's Baku speech forecast the dead Summit. When the Devil wins, he loses ! Hitler takes France and the Devil takes him I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE PRACTITIONERS GOD'S PHY SICIANS, PROPHETS, AND HIS ONE SATAN-FREE, SANE CHURCH'S BLESSINGS AWAIT YOU. Andrew Fruehauf Statler-Hilton, Detroit. KHRUSHCHEV, CASTRO: ANGEL GABRIEL RE WE LOVE YOU ACCORDING TO CHRIST ! YOU ARE SO ENTERTAINING! INFORMATIVE (RE HOW YOUR FATHER, THE DEVIL ! OPERATES.) INSPIRING ! YOU WILL FORCE MANY OF THESE SLOPPY THINKING HEBREWS, R. CATHOLICS, PROTESTANTS, ET AL, TO BECOME DIVINE! CHRISTIAN SCIEN TISTS ! WESTERN UNION WIRE TO DETROIT TIGERS - 1:45 A.M. Saturday, July 2. President Detroit Tigers William DeWitt, Tigers Stadium Detroit Tigers New York Hotel or Yankee Stadium Dear Tigers: God's physicians, Christian Science practitioners, are the only answer to Satan-bound Adams ! —and Eves ! His Christian Science Church is the only Satan-free sane ! in the 90 years return, forever more, of Christ Jesus ! without Mary's flesh His pre-ascension mortal identity. JESUS' "MY FATHER'S BUSINESS" IS BASIC FOR ALL OF US. Andrew F. Fruehauf Publisher, God's Detroit Tribune "LOANS FOR EDUCATION GO BEGGING AT BANKS" N.Y. Trib. 6-27 By James R. Hambleton "Frankly, we're rather disappointed with the whole thing." Speaking as an upstate savings banker. HIS SUB JECT: A RECENT PROMOTION DRIVE TO INTEREST PROSPECTIVE COLLEGE STUDENTS IN LOW COST LOANS TO HELP FINANCE THEIR EDUCATION. See LOANS, Page 2 "GIRL, 4, DIES AS HOME IS HIT BY FIRE" 'PLAYED WITH HER MOTHER'S CIGARETTE LIGHTER'!!! News 6-28 See GIRL 4, Page 2 "FALL FROM CRANE KILLS CONTRACTOR," 29. 'CARL KOEHLER OF TROY FELL 25 FEET' DEVIL'S R. CATHOLIC MONSTROSITY. AN INVOLUNTARY EXECUTIONER VIA SPIRITUAL MALPRACTICE!!! 'MR. KOEHLER FELL AT THE SITE OF THE MARY GAIL SEMINARY BEING BUILT BY THE MARYKNOLL FATHERS, THREE MILES SOUTHEAST OF MEMPHIS, IN RICHMOND TOWNSHIP. KOEHLER IS THE OWNER OF THE CONCRETE PANEL ERECTION CO. OF TROY . . .' (News 6-28) ELEANOR & ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT - DEVIL'S DUPES FOR LIQUOR! "CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST" The Sword of The Lord 6-17 A PATROLMAN INVESTIGATING A CA ,m ITS IGNITION ON, AND HEADLIGHTS BUR NING, IN SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA, FOUND ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT See DEVIL'S DUPES, 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 - DEVIL. HELL, SIN. BIRTHS. WSEASE, DEATH. WARS. MATTER IADAM-EVE. MURDEROUS CAIN, JUDAS - "GHASTLY FARCE' - FOOLING SAULS OF TARSUS. 90 TEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE, NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY. LAYMEN. LEADERS. MASSES I Vetriut^r^Jriirune. Rightt of Min 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN FBI Nixes Bombing International Masons To Celebrate 10th Year International Masons of America are holding their 10th anniversary celebration and convention in Miami and Nassau, July 18-24. Rev. William V. Banks, Grand Master of the International Ma sons announced this week that the last three days of tlu« conven tion will be devoted to lodges in Nassau, and other Latin Ameri can Countries. Because of passport difficulties, a sub-confab will be held in Nas sau. "Primary concern of oor organi -5 xation", declared the Rev. Mr. Banks, "is to give relief to every phase of life, including economi cal, social as well as political." Dr. Banks stated this week that they expected 2,500 delegates re presenting 62,500 members-front the 40-odd states, to be present in Miami for their 10th Interna tional meeting. "While other fraternities limit themselves to signs, passwords, and tokens, and depending on social vices for their chief source of income, International Masons —forbid any traffic with any of the social vices", he stated Rev. Mr. Banks, who has drawn the attention of all masonry in Michigan, and throughout the states in which his organization operates, speaks out —“not as a boast, but as a confession of the truth of the times; the truth of masonry, as it relates to Ne Union Leaders Pledge Support Against Job Bias NEW YORK Leaders of ! tiu* Brotherhood of I’ulp, Sul ! phite and Paper Mill Workers, AFLrCIO, have pledged ettorts to rid their international union ol Jim Crowism, Herbert llill, NAACP labor secretary, report ed here today. The pledge, Mr. Hill said, was made on July 6, following his appearance before the union s general executive board meet ing in Glen Falls, New York. Mr. Hill told the union lead ers that an NAACP survey in dicated that the Pulp Workers union maintains 44 segregated Negro locals in southern states and has negotiated separate rac ial seniority lines in collective bargaining agreements whi ch, “limit Negro workers to un skilled and menial job classili cations and which violate their basic seniority rights." In response, John P. Burke, ♦he union's president • secretary, admitted existence of separate locals and discriminatory agree ments. The international union, he said, has "been very much concerned with the problems of Negro workers in the pulp and paper industry for many years." Asa result the conference, Mr. Hill reported, Mr. Burke and the union’s 13 vice presi dents, gave assurance that no new segregated local would be chartered by the general execu live board. Further* they pro mised to initiate a program to merge separate locals where ever possible. Moreover, the union president stated that every clfort would be made in forth ! coming collective bargaining a l greements to eliminate discrim inatory provisions which have been traditional in the industry. The union spokemen noted that some progress had already been made along these lines, lor which the NAACP labor secre tary expressed gratification. Mr. Hill’s appearance before the board was in response to a letter from NAACP Secretary Roy Wilkins. The NAACP lead er made a similar request of the United Papermakers and Paperworkers, AFL-CIO. Paul 1,. Phillips, president of the UPP rejected the Association’s re quest. The union maintains a discriminatory pattern in its southern operations. groes”. “There is no real benefit from signs, passwords, and tokens,”, Rev. Banks states. “R ea 1 fraternal benefits are those practices of masons that provide mutual benefits for mem bers of the fraternal group. "A light dimmer for an auto mobile is but a gadget—primar ily for a certain amount of safety. But the dimmer, as we in Inter national Masons see it, is not the real purpose of the auto. “We drove them for years without the dimmer. Likewise, in International Masons, we are in terested in benefits, other than ‘gadgets’; benefits that will en hance the livelihood of each of our members”, Rev. Banks stated. International Masons are ac cepting young enterprising ma sons—between the ages of 28 (or younger) to 79. Students Leaders Support Freedom For Negroes Vets Leaders of “sit-down” demonstrations ot 8 Southern States and representatives of support movements in New Jersev and Connecticut, demonstrated on the grounds of the United States Capitol in Washington, I) C., Monday, July 4th. They carried signs reading “Freedom Now”, “Make Democracy Work lor Negro Veterans”, ‘‘Recall Con- gress for Civil Rights” etc. Leaflets were distributed which read as follows: "On this hallowed ground, venerated by the Con gress of the United States as that place where men make laws to guarantee liberty and justice to j all, we, by foeans of this peace ful assembly, beseech Congress to enact before the forthcoming national elections a law granting Negro American servicemen and veterans immunity from the ra rial segregation laws of the sev eral Southern States. We believe that human rights takes precedence over States Rights, that the American way ol life takes precedence over the Southern way of life. We feel that the time is long past due when those who have offered life and limb in defense of the Ameri can ideal of the equality of all men enjoy that equality within their own country and in their lifetime. By sitting down, we stand up for “FREEDOM NOW for Negro servicemen and vet erans”. Cong. Diggs Seeks Miss. Park Probe Congressman Charles C. Diggs, Jr. (D. -Michigan) sent the following telegram Fri day to the Honorable Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture: “Honorable Ezra Taft Benson Secretary of Agriculture Department of Agriculture Washington 25, D. C. The Associated Press re ports that Sheriff Curtis De deaux, of Harrison County, Mississippi, acting under a new State law to “head oIT racial conflict.” yesterday cleared out Negroes and whites from De Soto Nation al Park near Gulfport. He is quoted as saying. “I was cog nizant I was on Federal prop erty.” Respectfully request clarification of fol lowing points: 1. Was sheriff within his rights in instant case? 2. What rights do local law enforcement agents have on Federal property? 3. If he was wrong, what is the Federal penalty? 4. What corrective action can you and will you take to protect rights of De Soto Park patrons? Immediate investigation appreciated. Charles O. Diggs, Jr. Member of Congress United States of America” SATURDAY. JULY 16, 1960 Arrests Six In Jackson Bet Raids JACKSON Six persons were arrested here for investigation in what police termed a num bers ami horse bet gambling ring grossing more than a quar ter million dollars annually. An 11- man State Police raid ing party struck several locations and confiscated some 52.000 in cash, adding machines and hun dreds of numbers and horse bet ting slips. Arrested were Wilbur (Zack) Thomas, 53; his wife Mary, 40; Willie Sims, 57; Willie Smith, 46, and Riley Bell, 51, all of Jackson, and Ed Bracey, 56, of Lansing. Lieutenant Carl W. Robinson, who led the raids, said Thomas’ restaurant, the “American Legion (iiill,” was headquarters for the operation. Jackson County Prosecutor James G. Fleming and two city policemen accompanied the raid ers. Robinson estimated that the ring grossed about SI,OOO a day. ,-he:‘white house: ' 'jY " Mr." Andrew Frueliauf Publisher^ Detroit Tribune 970 Gratiot Detroit 7, Michigan • (#) ««♦.»»»* s//s’/'t/ Y// '/"/ yy/yyyYyy/y <r//y/rj/f//y//SYfrr. //Y//yYyY/,Y/YyYy Y///'///// YY/' YY /Yfc'Y/YY/YY/,,/ * Z/yYy/YSy/ *///'/). Y Y/yY/y/' YYyY///yJY y/ yYS' r //ysy/y/‘ y/y yyy/yyyj' Y^y'YYY/^ . , .y */ Y * ' t NEWS BRIEFS FORMER FRENCH CONGO Congo troops riot in Leopold, the capital of the Congo Republic. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Adali E. Stevenson promises, “An all out campaign if drafted for the Democratic Presidential nomination. . DETROIT, MICHIGAN The Johovahs Witness expect 40,000 in attendance at their re gional convention in Detroit, July 28 through the 31. MOSCOW Pcrmier Nikita Khrushchev pl edges aid to Castro. CONVENTION NEWS The 1960 Democratie Conven tion opened July 11 in Los Angele (California; Memorial Sports Are na. Their headquarters—Balti more Hotel. HAVANA Castri ill with pneumonia since last Fri Jay. SINGLE COPY, 10 CENTS; PER YEAR, $4.50 Philander Smith Bombers' Target LITTLE HOCK. Ark —(Special)—Philander Smith Col lege for Negroes was saved from possibly several thousand dollars worth of damages Tuesday when the FBI appre hended two white men as they were about to fire a crudely made box packed with 30 sticks of dynamite. A third man. an accomplice was arrested in Bassett, Ark. Two hours later a bomb shook a school district warehouse, breaking windows of the frame building and shaking the entire neighborhood, but no one was injured. The incidents, which were not linked by authorities, promptly set off anew issue in the race for the Democratic nomination for governor. Only a lew summer school classes are being held at the Methodist Negro College. Some of its students figured in lunch counter sit-ins last spring. The old four-story Philander Smith Building, once a dormi tory, is now used for classrooms. Emmet Miller 44-year-old hook keeper, and Robert L Parks, 38 year-old auto-parts company em ploye, were arrested on the col lege campus. Both are from West Memphis, Ark. The third man. Hugh L Adams 33, plant foreman, was arrested Join the NAACP NAACP Hails African Nations NEW YORK—Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo ple, sent cablegrams to leaders of the Republic of Congo and Somaliland felicitating them on the birth of their new nations. To Patrice Lumumba. Premier of the Republic of Con go, the NAACP leader sent the following message: NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE HAILS BIRTH OF REPUB LIC OF CONGO AND EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR PEACE AND PROGRESS AS YOUR COUNTRY TAKES ITS PLACE AMONG THE FREE NATIONS OF AFRICA AND OF THE WORLD. The text of his cablegram to Prime Minister Abdullahi Issa’of Somaliland follows: MAY YOUR NEW NATION LIVE IN PEACE WITH ALL ITS NEIGHBORS AND GROW AND PROSPER. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANC EMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE IS PROUD TO HAVE BEEN OF SMALL ASSISTANCE IN YOUR APPEARANCES BEFORE THE UNITED NATIONS WHEN YOU WERE STRUGGLING FOR THE FREEDOM YOU HAVE NOW ATTAINED. YOUItS IS A VOICE TO BE WELC OMED IN THE COUNCILS OF FREE NA TIONS OF AFRICA AND OF THE WORLD* w< | at his home in Bassett. The three arc the first to be charged under a Federal civil rights law. making it an ollense to transport explosives across j state lines for the purpose of obstructing educational activities, i Conviction could mean a k much as a year's imprisonment and a ; SI,OOO line. Special FBI Agent J. J. Cas per, of Little Rock, indicated the three arrested men had been un der surveillance since Friday. Miller and Adams are accused of bringing the dynamite into the state from Memphis, Tenn., that day. Charges against the men were tiled directly in United States ; District Court here, making un necessary the customary com missioner’s hearings. Bond lor j Miller and Parks was set at $25,- 000 each; bond for Adams, held at Forrest City, Ark., at $15,000.