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HPUQN TOc VOLUME 40—NUMBER 34 "CRIPPLING MISSILE STRIKE NEAR" "TALKS ON COAST DEADLOCKED" N.Y. Trib. 7-21 GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C.S. ++ + ALL NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST LABOR AND LABOR LEADERS ARE PRISONERS OF THE DEVIL I— AS ARE THE NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY I— NOT NECESSARILY IN OBVIOUS WICKEDNESS, BUT IN INVOLUNTARY ERROR ■ RIP VAN WINKLES ! MORAL AND SPIRITUAL CRIPPLES! See MISSILE, Page 2 "JACKIE ROBINSON'S ORDEAL "HE'S USED TO JEERS. BUT NOT FROM HIS OWN PEOPLE" N.Y. Trib. 7-19 When Jackie Robinson broke the color line in base ball someone threw a black cat in the dugout and yelled "nigger" at him. Pitchers sometimes tried to hit him with beanballs. When he spoke out against racial discrimination off the field, which was often, he drew more fire. Sports writers advised him to stick to baseball. He said he couldn't do it the way things were. He is used to jeers and abuse, but not in Harlem, and not from other Negroes. For the last five days a dozen See ORDEAL, Page 9 "OUR READERS WRITE" The Christian Science Monitor, 6-26-62 * * * U.S. AS GOOD SAMARITAN - "REFUGEE AID" TO THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR: A letter was printed in your paper recently to the effect that we should not admit Chinese refugees to this countrjr on fKe premise that they will add to our inter nal problems (unemployment, standard of living, etc.). Per haps they will, but have we completely forgotten the story of the Good Samaritan? The British have willingly help ed these people as long as it was possible, but now that they are unable to any longer, isn't it time someone else did? See READER, Page 2 "SENATOR MARGARET SMITH ANALYZES . . . "THE KENNEDY TWIST" Human Events 7/21 A digest of remarks made by Senator Margaret Chase Smith (R.-Maine) before the 10th Annual Republican Wo men's Conference in Washington, D. C., April 16, 1962. THE B-70 PROGRAM Seeking San Diego aircraft workers' votes November 2, 1960, CANDIDATE Kennedy said, "I endorse whole heartedly the B-70 program." See TWIST, Page 2 THE T-W-Q WEATHERS: Droughts, Hurricanes, Etc. EXCESS HEAT. COLD etc. OF SATAN BOUND: JUDAISM. R.C. PROTESTANTISM, MATERIA MEDICA. ET AL! THE UNIVERSE IS 100% THE MANIFESTATION OF THOUGHT! God's Christ Scientist: "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIVE. AND MOVE, AND BREATHE," AND HAVE OUR BEING! 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 See WEATHER, Page 2 SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF - EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING! - AND EXPOSURE OF THE M-Y-T-H-S - DEVIL, HEU, SIN, BIRTHS, DISEASE. DEATH. WARS. MATTER I ADAM-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 TJiG’a^^^Jrllrunk SATURDAY. JULY 28, 1962 *The Old South lias Gone \ Says Kiny WASHINGTON The Rev. Mar tin Luther King, Jr., called on the Justice Department to act "in thous ands of communities in which the right to vote is flagrantly and brut ally denied to Negroes.” The an t i-s eg r egation leader, speaking to the National Press Club, paid tribute to actions already taken by the Justice Department under Attorney General Robert F. Kenne dy. Women In Rights Fight To Address Rally Here I >V< ' '»* ; *&JJMfc_. JR :.*: »m m ;•■' j J J&. flaßtjWr jl^a^V -|ifnJ*i‘i ffilMfcfc ‘ - • ' ■ ‘ ■''fit Sgt. Jessie Stewart addressed the Booker T. Washington Trade Association Wednesday Lun cheon at the Lucy Thurman YWCA. His topic was Law Enforcement and Education. From left Federal Judge Denounces Dr. King's Friends WASHINGTON A Federal judge denounced the "obviously improper” attempt by friends of the Rev. Martin Luther King to use "behind the scenes” influence with the Federal Home Loan Bank board. His friends received a charter for a savings and loan association to service the Negro community in Miami after Dr. King made a (Continued on Page 8) New Jerusalem Grand Lodge Elects Officers The Second Annual Session of The New Jerusalem Grand Lodge AF.4AM., has just closed a most successful and peaceful assemblage in their new and spacious quarters at 1775 W.j Forest near 12th Street. Lodges in Michigan and Ohio comprise this jurisdiction. At the joint session with Queen Esther Grand Chapter, 0.E.5., very sparkling rewards were de livered by sisters Mary Johnson in “The world is against you”; Willie Mae Johnson, and Rev. Noah Boone. Miss Hirschfeld, Mr. Bush Two new members have joined the staff of the Commission on Community Relations. Detroit’s human relations agency, it was announced hy Mr. Richard V. Marks, secretary-director. They are Elizabeth S. 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN "The old South has gone, never to return again,” he said. "Hut,” he said, "the coming peri od will undoubtedly require that the Justice Department utilize the Civil Rights Act of 1960 extensive ly and seek court-appointed referees in thousands of communities” in a drive to assure Negroes the vote. As for the fight against desegre gation in general, he said he was convinced its opponents were fight- are Wilburn Phillips, Dr. David Northcross. Sgt. Stewart and Joseph Bell. Sonn> Edwards Photo Clintona A. Jackson, Carolyn Byrd on l our of France and Italy WASHINGTON A group <,f 32 Howard University students, alumni and triends left Washing ton National Airport last week for Paris, where they will begin a six week study lour of art cen ters in France and Italy. Among tho tfudtnft are two Officer* chosen were: Louis Gilmore, Grand Master; Chester Turner, Deputy, Cleveland, O.; 1 Grand Master; Earnest Jones. G. S. Warden; Andrew Thomas of Saginaw. G. S. Warden. M. M. Early, G. S. Sec y.; S. A. Ratcliffe, Trcas.; Thos. J. Cramshaw, G.S.D.; Geo. Luchic. G.J.D.; Rev. Wm. C. Anderson, G.i Chaplain, Wm. 11. Patterson, G. Reviewer; John E. Lewis. G. Lecturer: Albert McKenzie. G. Tyler; C Darners. Grand Director, Public Continued on Page 8 Hirschfeld and Mr. James A. Rush. Miss Hirschfeld will he assign ed to the Education Services Di vision and Mr. Rush to the Case investigation Division, Mr. Marks said. Detroiters: Carolyn Byrd of 1693 Burlingame, and Clintona A. Jackson of 2405 Boston Blvd. Miss Jackson was the recent winner of the contest for "Miss Freedom Festival." Ten students currently en rolled at Howard arc members of the tour group, as are six graduates of the University, one teacher, and 15 other art devo tees. The group is expected to return to America August 20. Lois Jones Pierre Noel, associ ate professor of art at Howard, has arranged the tour and will serve as its director while abroad. Three days of sightseeing have been scheduled for t.V group on its arrival in Paris. Work and study will begin with enrollment in a three week art course at Paris’ noted Academic de la Grande Chaunnere. On Monday, August 6 the group begins a tour which includes visits to art centers in Aix en Provence, (’abris, Cannes, Dijon, Grenoble, Lyon ami Menton. Sightseeing tours of Monte Gar 10, the French Kivicra, and San Remo. Italy also are in the itinerary, I Miss llirschfeld has a BA. De gree in Sociology and Anthropo logy from Cornell University, and was employed there for three years. Mr. Bush graduated from the University of Detroit with a PhD SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR, $4 50 ing a losing battle. He said non-violent resistance "has a way of disarming the oppon ent. it exposes his moral defenses, it weakens his morale and at the same time it works on his consci ence.” "It also makes it possible for the individual to struggle to secure moral ends through moral means.” Continued on Page 8 Miss McCollum, Mrs. Bevel At Bethel Sunday Two young women, veterans of (ho Southern civil rights light, will address a mass rally here Sunday afternoon at Bethel A. M. E ; Church. The rally, scheduled for 3;30 p m. on July 2ft, will feature Mrs Diane Nash Bevel and Miss Mary McCollum. Both arc field secre taries for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). an Atlanta based student anti segregation organization Mrs. Bevel is presently lacing i two years in jail in Jackson. Mississippi, for “contributing to the delinquency of minors." The MRS. DIANE BEVEL charge was filed against her last summer after she gave Missis sippi youths instruction in non violence, preparing them lor | Freedom Hides. A native of Chicago. Mrs. Bevel left Fisk University in Nashville to work full time for civil rights Continued on Page 8 Freedom Highways Campaign Begins GREENSBORO, N C Thirty 1 of the nation’s most experienced direct actionists have assembled here in the birthplace of the sit ins to undergo intensive training for CORE'S Freedom Highways | campaign. The CORE project is designed to open major restaurant chains along federal hi hways in the southeast to Negroes. At present it is practically impossible for a Negro travelling by car to eat 1 in any restaurant along the way! without submitting to gross hu initiation. Join Staff of CCR in Philosophy. He has been em ployed as a teacher and coopera tive engineer. He is vice-president of the De troit Catholic Interracial Couneil, and a member of the National Assoc, of Intergroup Relations 10c ;;j)j|HP \~jtj .'■ +m ***~~ r iu-> '%wL^ ,_, tfHiJ REV. MARTIN L. KING Senior Citizens Round - Up Sat., July 28 The annua! Senior Citizens Round up will be staged at M< t ropolitan Beach on Lake bl. Clair near Mt. Clemens on Satur day. July 28 Activities begin at 10 a.m. and continue until 3:30 pin. Shufflchoard. horseshoes, cro quet. a Hole in One contest and community singing will be inclu ded in the day's events. Prucs will be awarded in all contests. Participation in the events is optional and ample space is available for those who wish to sit and watch the fun. Tables and chairs will be available for card players. Registration for the Round up will be at the open-air dance pa vilion at the west end of the boardwalk. There is no charge for any of the events. Senior citizen groups are ex pected from Detroit. Marysville, Mt. Clemens. Port Huron. Romeo, Roseville and St. Clair Shores Metropolitan Beach is located along Lake St. Clair. 22 miles northeast of Detroit and four miles east of Mt. Clemens. Persons interested in additional information may contact the Beach’s Recreation Department at WO 3 3022 or 110. 3 4501. EXTENDS PICKETING ST LOUIS. Mo—CORE picket lines spread to a third Kroger's grocery store in an effort to se cure hiring of Negroes in Execu tive. oi l ice and warehouse jobs. Participants in the project in clude Freedom Riders and others who have been jailed in the south because of their civil rights activities. Gordon R. Carey, CORE projet t director, says ‘ They are the cream of the civil rights movement. CORE has engaged in extensive testing of the policies of individ ual Howard Johnson and Holiday Inn locations throughout Hie Southeast. Negotiation sessions t with local and national manage- I incuts have been held. Officials at the NAACP The Commission on Community Relations seeks through negoti ation, education and research to achieve equality of opportunity in all areas of community life by removing barriers to understand ing .