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VOLUME 40— NUMBER 24 NAA ? DEMANDS PROBE OF FATAL SV DUNG OF BOY, 14, BY POLICE THE » -AKES LABOR, MANAGEMENT. - THE PUBLIC BE DAMNED ! - DETROIT NEWSPAPER STRIKES! 3/31, AFL-CIO News, W., 0.C.: "SCANDALS SHAKE CONFIDENCE: "CORRUPTION IN BUSINESS WORLD BRINGS CALL FOR HOUSECLEANING" GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C.S. -f -f + "The Lord [Divine Love] Hateth An Unequal Balance"! Business Price-fixing Was Inspired By Satanic Labor Monopolies And Anti - Business Democrats ! AND PSYCHOPATHIC U.S. SUPREME COURT OF THE 1930'5! - GIVING GANGSTERS, RACKETEERS, Sm STRIKE, Page 2 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES NO COLLECTIONS EVER. FRIDAY, May 18, 8 P.M. DETROIT Fourth Church, 5240 W. Chicago Blvd., WILSON M. RILEY. * * * FRIDAY, May 18, 8 P.M. PONTIAC Church, 164 W. Lawrence St. OTTO G. ZIEGENHAGEN. • ‘ • . SATURDAY, May 19, 8 P.M. WAYNE Benjamin Franklin Junior High School, OTTO G. ZIEGENHAG EN. C.S. Sentinel, 5/5 * • * SUNDAY, May 20, 3 P.M. DETROIT Henry and Ed»el Ford Auditorium, 20 E. Jefferson, OTTO G. ZIEGEN HAGEN. * * * MONDAY, May 21, 8 P.M. ANN ARBOR Tappan Junior High School, MARY WELLINGTON GALE. C. S. Sentinel, 5/12 5 MINUTES TO LIVE BY DAILY: - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ON WGPR 107.5 M.C. F.M. THURSDAYS - 9 A.M., 2 P.M. THE T-W-O WEATHERS: DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD GOD'S! (Gen. 2:7. etc.) EXCESS HEAT, COLD etc. OF SATAN BOUND: JUDAISM; R.C., PROTESTANTISM, MATERIA MEDICA. ET AL! THE UNIVERSE IS 100% THE MANIFESTATION OF THOUGHT I God's Christ Scientist: "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIVE. AND MOVE, AND BREATHE," AND HAVE OUR BEING I— CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN. HEAVEN AT HAND WITHIN YOU! E-X-C-L-U- S-l-V-E R-E-A-L-l-T-Y OF GOD'S HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE NO BIRTHS! DEATHS, SIN, MATTER, HELL AND THEIR FATHER THE DEVIL GIGANTIC ADAM-EVE FRAUDS AND M-Y-T-H-S ! 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MASSES I Boys Wanted To Sell The TRIBUNE - Phone: WO. 2-4937 WO. 2-1022-3 SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1962 Plan To Drop 'Caucasian Only' Rule Os Elks When the Benevolent and Pro tective Order of Elks (white) holds its annual Grand Lodge conventions in July at Chicago, the Order will be petitioned to remove its traditional "Caucasian only" discriminatory rule. It was reported here recently that New York Elks Lodge No. 1 (the founding lodge) plans to ask that the Grand Lodge pass a resolution requesting that “the discriminating membership clause be eliminated.” In New York the Anti Defama tion League of the B nai Brith in praising the Elks’ decision to change the rule, revealed that the Elks “discriminate not only against colored Americans and Orientals, but to a great extent against Jews and other minority groups.” (Continued on Page 8) To Interview Peace Corps Volunteers Two senior-Peace Corps repre sentatives will be in Detroit Wed nesday through Saturday (May 16- 18) to meet with potential Peace Corps Volunteers. A special meeting will be held at the Hotel Tullcr Friday night to outline specific Corps projects and to help volunteers fill out questionnaires. Conducting the informative ses sion in Detroit will be Kenneth Coffey, Assistant Chief of Profes sion, Labor and Technical Divis ion and Nan Tucker McEvoy, Deputy Regional Director for Af rica. They will be visiting colleges and universities in the area Wed nesday Friday ind speaking before civic, labor and profession al groups. •Response to the challenge of Peace Corps service has been ex tremely gratifying,” said Peace (Continued On Page 8) Flag Presented By Negro Girl NEW YORK A Negro girl. Violet Orbaugh of Pittsburgh, participated Friday in the awards ceremony of Columbia Universi ty’s Naval Reserve Officers Train ing Corps for the first time in its history. Miss Orbaugh presented the honor guidon (flag) to a company which had the highest military and academic scores in the R.O.T.C. unit. Prosecution Delays Monroe 'Kidnap' Case MONROE, N. C. Trial of the Monroe “kidnap” case was delay ed for the third time on May 7, again over strong objections by attorneys for three, of the accus ed. Conrad J. Lynn and William Kunstlcr. both of New York, ar gued* in Superior Court that fur ther delay would violate their clients' constitutional right to a speedy trial. Kunstler noted that it has al ready been over eight months since John C. Lowery. New York Freedom Rider, and two local Negro youths were charged with kidnapping a white couple during a riot here last August. The local youths are Richard Crowder, ID, and Harold Reape, 17. Prosecutor Mosley G. Boyette told the court that he wanted fur ther delay because of the absence of a fourth defendant. Mrs. Mae Mallory, who is lighting extra 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN V 8 ■a > iKT MK7, NORFOLK, Va. FRANCES L. ALLEN, Yeoman Third Class. US. Navy, daughter of Mrs Doro thy Friday of 3403 Fourth St.. Detroit, is congratulated upon reenlisting in the Navy on May 7 by two staff officers at the NATO headquarters of the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic here. The WAVE has been an administrative assistant to SACLANT staff officers since Sept. ’939 Shortly after reenlisting Miss Allen learned she had been selected for the Navy's STAR pro gram (Selected Training and Retention). Under this program qualified sailors an* selected to attend one of the Navy's advanced service schools and upon graduation are advanced to their next high er pay. grade without competing in the service wide examination. Miss Allen will attend l lass “B” Yeoman School at Bainbridgc, Maryland Official NATO Atlantic Command 1 hoto Schools To Drop Biased Apprenticeship Set Up A report on racial discrimina tion in Detroit’s public schools compiled by the Citizens Commit tee on Equal Educational Oppor-j (unities has resulted in the De troit Board of Education acting on 100 of the 153 recommenda tions made by the Committee. The Board hastily okayed re commendations that were gener al in nature or that reiterated policies already in effect. Thoi NAACP Job Drive Gains In Charleston, S. C. CHARLESTON, S. C. The NAACT’s selective buying cam paign against King Street mer chants, now in its sixth week, has resulted in the employment of four Negroes “in positions of dignity” to date. Announcement was made here this week by the Rev. B. J. Glov er, NAACP president. First to re spond to the NAACT’s campaign were: —Piggly Wiggly Supermarket, a 1 cashier. —Moskin’s Credit Clothcirs, a sales clerk. —Farmer’s Market, a cashier. —Kaybee, a chain clothing store, a sales clerk. —South Carolina Gas and Elec-, trie Company, which operates dition from Ohio. Whereupon, the judge ordered the trial postponed again, but fixed no date. He denied a de fense motion to dismiss the in dictment on the ground that Ne groes are discriminated against in the method of selecting juries in Union County. The court postponed a ruling on a defense request for a change of venue to another coun ty. Defense attorneys contend that a fair trial cannot be obtain ed in this county. A reporter for the Southern Conference Educational Fund, publisher of The Southern Patri ot, walked from the courtroom and bought a local newspaper which reported that the trial had been postponed. Obviously, the decision to delay the trial had been arranged and announced to the local press be fore the hearing. Board also tackled some of the controversial recommendations. One concerned the committee's belief that apprenticeship pro-! grams here are discriminatory. The board agreed with the! committee's recommendation and said it was ready to drop any apprentice training program that was discriminatory. (Continued On Page 8) the local bus lines, two driv ers. Some merchants admitted that (heir businesses are off "at least 25 per cent.” But Negro leaders are certain that the figures arc higher. The two daily newspapers here have refused to cover any news of the NAACP drive. They also refused a check for $383 28 for an advertisement stating the NA ACP position. More than one half of Charles ton’s 65.000 residents are Ne groes. The NAACP also asks King Street merchants to offer integrated lunch counter service and o address Negro customers with courtesy. Associated with Mr. Glover in the leadership of the drive are J. Arthur Brown. NAACP state president, and Rev. I DcQuincoy Newman, state field secretary. NAACP Mourns Louis Lautier WASHINGTON Louis Lau tier “was among the best inform ed persons in America on the race relations situation." said NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins in a message of condol ence this week to Mrs. Constance Lautier, widow of the deceased. Mr Lautier, considered by many to be the dean of Negro journal ists, served many years as Wash ington Bureau Chief of the Na tional Negro Press Association He was 65 when he passed here last week. At the time of his death. Mr. Lautier was serving as special assistant to the Republican Na tional Committee Chairman. He covered inumerahle NAACP con ventions and the major gatherings of most of the important organ izations in the national Negro community. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PEK YEAR $4 50 Arthur Lucas Faces Death Aruiur Lucas, at. of Detroit, who was found guilty Wednes day of first degree murder in the staying of a former Detroiter in Toronto last November, face* the death penalty to be hanged in Canada. An Assize Court all male jury returned a guilty verdict against Lucas with no recommendation for mercy. Lucas thereupon was sentenced to death u> hanging July 25. Lucas was convicted of the fat al shooting and stabbing of Ther land Crater, 44, in a Toronto apartment house Nov. 17. Crater's common-law wife. Carol Ann New- i man, 20, also was killed but Lucas was tried only in the * man's death. Crater was a paid informer for the U S. Bureau of Narcotic* and the prosecution charged that he was killed to prevent him Irom testifying in a Detroit narcotics trial. Mrs Newm..n was slain be- j cause she was t he only eyewitness j of the Crater killing. Emancipation Document Presented To President ATLANTA Martin Luther King, Jr.. SCLC President reveal ed at his Atlanta offices today that his "Second Emancipation” document is ready to he deliver ed to the White House. The one hundred and eleven page document will he present-) ed to the President on May 171 in commemoration of the Bth anniversary of the Supreme Court i decision outlawing segregation in 1 public education. Earlier ibis year, Dr. King publicly called on the President to issue an Executive order out-/ lowing segregation in American' life. During a White tilouse con ference, the President requested that Dr. King present him with information outlining how this could be done. SCLC conducted a research pro gram that culminated in the vol umnous document which details the constitutional and legal ave nues by which the President may act. Dr. King specifically calls for the ITesideht to act by Execu tive order In four areas. Wyatt Tee Walker. SCLC Ex ecutive Director, indicated that the President would have 45 days to review the document and then possibly arrange a White House conference at which he and Dr. King would discuss a date for action Simultaneously with the annual Hoard Meeting of SCLC in Chat tanooga. Tenn. a nation wide pe tition campaign is being launeh ed Prominent Americans and civ il right* figures have initialed the Recommends Re-Appraisal Os Police Methods Demanding an investigation of the latal snooting ol a 14-year old boy by a policeman, the Dc trod Branch ol the NAACP sent the lolloping telegram Tuesday to Police Commissioner George Edwards: "The board ol Directors of De troit branch .National Association lor the Advancement ol t oloreil People is deeply concerned about latal shooting of David Carson. 11)75 Tuxedo. As you have already stated, the killing ol a 14 year oul boy is a tragic happening under an> circumstances, and it is necessary that a lull invc-diga turn be made. Unfortunately, more Negro youth appear to have been vic tims of this kind of fatality. And many people have been made to feel that basically rate has been a motivating criteria m polue handling of such incidents as the Carson matter. Whether this is true or false, it adds to the di mension ol the problem itself i And while the NAACP is pre pared to base its position on the race aspect of the situation alone, the Association is not unnnndlul of it. "Transcending all this, is the very human aspect of the pro blem which most deeply touches the community ronsnencr It i« thai a youth losoir his life in i way that seems unnecessary, and before he has a full chance to meet the test of being alive, and a good citizen in his com munity. "In light of these concerns, the Board of NAACP recommends: (1) That a complete re apprai I sal bt* made of police methods of j apprehension being used in cir cumstances as those in the Car ' son incident; and I ; (2) That an investigation be made ol police records on similar fatalities involving youths to de termine what extent race has been a significant factor in sueh incidents.” (Signed) Edward M Turner, President; Arthur L. Johnson, Executive Secretary. petition support mi; the request made by Dr. King. ♦ <1 * . . . We, therefore, request thiit in glorious commemoration of the Centennial of the Kmanci pation Proclamation, you as Pres ident of the United States, will: BY EXECUTIVE, ORDER, PRO CLAIM: 1. That the full powers of your office will be used to elim inate all forms of statutory un -1 posed segregation and discrim ination from and throughout the fitfy states of this nation. 2. That commencing Septem ber 22, 1962, effective January 1, 1963, that as of the school year, September, 1963, all school dis tricts, presently segregated must desegregate. Such a proclama tion should be accompanied by a directive authorizing the De partment of Health, Education and Welfare to immediately pre pare in consultation with local school officials a program of in tegration in compliance with the mandate of BROWN vs. BOARD OF EDUCATION of May 17. 1954. 3. That racial segregation in federally assisted housing is henceforth prohibited and unlaw ful. 4. That any and all laws with in the United States requiring se gregation or discrimination tie cause of race or color is detri mental and against the national policy of the government of the ■United States and inimical to the interest of the United States at home and abroad.