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VOLUME 40—NUMBEH 44
To India's Ambassador, too with (x) \
"MAN'S EXTREMITY... GOD'S OPPORTUNITY"
AWAKENS SATAN BOUND ADAMS. EVES.
THERETO!
more to come, answering communicant.
* "NATION'S FISCAL SHAPE"
"To Tha Christian Scicnct Monitor, 8-30.
COD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE:
by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++
DEAR MRS. L. B. DERBY:
LOOK N-O-T ON 'THE THINGS THAT ARE SEEN.
TEMPORAL (St. Paul) - MYTHICAL; BUT. ON
'THE THINGS THAT ARE NOT SEEN.'
THE ETERNAL!
(See NATION, Page 2)
FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES,
ST. CLAIR SHORES (First Church): WILSON M. RIL
EY, C. 5.8., Ottawa Junior High School, 27900 Rockwood
Ave., 8:00 p.m., Friday, October 5.
ROYAL OAK: RALPH W. CESSNA, Royal Oak, Don
dero High School, Washington St., 3:30 p.m., Sun., Oct. 7.
NO COLLECTIONS EVER.
From "As Our Readers See It," Free Press, Sept. 29:
" 'TELESCOPE' EXPOSED. NOT A
PUBLIC SERVICE"
Telescope is represented as a public service, yet the
interviewer consistently belied that representation by his
conduct. He attempted to silence Romney by submitting
question on question, comment on comment, and attack
on attack.
* * *
"LACK OF SKILLS IS HELD KEY TO
UNEJinOYMENT PROBLEM"
1 *WtV. Trib., Sapt. 28
COCKEYED LEADERS: - MULTIPLY WISDOM -
CHRISTLIKE! - NOT SINNERS!
"The crux of the so-called unemployment problem is
not the lack of jobs, but the lack of skills to fill available
jobs."
This is the thesis on which Rep. Thomas B. Curtis, R.,
Mo., has written "87 Million Jobs," a book published today
by Duell, Sloan & Peace.
(See SKILLS, Page 2)
THE TWO' WEATHERS:
Droughts, Hurricanes, Floods:
DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD GOD S ! (Gen. 2:7.
etc.) EXCESS RAIN. HEAT. COLD OF SATAN
BOUND: EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES !
WHITEWASH CURES! M-Y-T-H-S!
THE UNIVERSE IS 100% OF THOUGHT!
God's Christ Scientist—THE REAL:
"IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIVE.
By ANDREW F. FRUEHAUF, C.S. -f+ +
AND MOVE, AND BREATHE," AND HAVE OUR BEING I—
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN.
HEAVEN AT HAND WITHIN YOU I
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! Genesis 1:26: MA "
GOD'S IMAGE DIVINE. 27: GOD'S MALE AND FEMALE
IN O-N-E AS PER C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S JESUS ! AND GREAT
EST MARY, BAKER EDDY'S MORE THAN 40 YEARb!
V. 31: "AND GOD SAW E-V-E-R-Y THING Immi HE
(THE ONE REAL PARENT ! CREATOR HONORED
BY THE C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS!] HAD MADE,
AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS l-l-S-1 VERY GOOD !
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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,
HELL. SIN, BIRTHS. DISEASE, DEATH. WARS.
MATTER I ADAM-EVE, MURDEROUS CAIN.
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OF TARSUS. 90 YEARS PLUS RIP' VAN MMOL
- "LORD-GOD" - NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST
CLERGY I LAYMEN, LEADERS. MASSES
V^tra^^^Jrilrune,
° #wr Dlvin# FuWlshec Crusader For The Invincible Triumphant Divine tlfhts of Men
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ATURDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1962 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT 7, MICHIGAN"
N. C. Supr erne Court Orders
Release Os Golden A. Frinks
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CORE members filing the first of three truck
loads of trash on the steps of Brooklyn Borough
Hall. The group protested the inadequacy of
trash collections in the Brooklyn ghetto area.
Training Is Vital To
Economy, Says Johnson
WASHlNGTON—Discrimination
in employment and training is
costing the United States seven-
Uen billion dollars a year.
So declared Vice President Lyn
don B. Johnson. Chairman of the
President’s Committee on Equal
Employment Opportunity, in a
speech to the Department of the
Army employment policy officers
attending .a training session in
Washington.
-The concept of equal employ
ment opportunity is not just a
luxury in which we indulge in
our leisure moments,” he empha
sised -It is a matter of necessity
—urgent necessity.
-In the first place, equal em
ployment opportunity is a ques
tion of justice—and no nation can
hold itself forth as the leader of
the free world unless it practices
justice to all of its citizens, re
gardless of race, creed, color, or
national origin.
"In the second plr.ee, it is a
matter of economic urgency—be
cause we can no longer deny our
selves the use of li dined and skill
ed manpower for reasons totally
irrelevant to inert. The Council
of Economic Advisors estimates
that the nation's gross national
product would rise by thirteen
billion dollars if all jobs were
handled solely on the basis of me
rit without regard to irrelevant
considerations of ancestry. The
increase would rise to seventeen
billion dollars if the opportunity
to train for all jobs were open
on the same basis.
"In other words, job discrimina
tion will cost us $13,000,000,000
to $17,000,000.1)00 this year.”
The Vice President pointed out
the importance of speedy adjudi
cation of complaints of discrimi
nation.
"Wc arc dealing with a program
that involves justice, and one of
the oldest and truest of legal
maxims is that justice delayed is
justice denied,” he said, it is
important to all of us that any
one who feels he is aggrieved
have confidence that his or her
complaint will be adjudicated
fairly, honestly and rapidly.
He commended the Department
of the Army for its training pro
gram for employment policy offi
cers, who supervise the equal cm
ployment opportunity program in
the Department, and pointed out
that other government depart
ments likewise arc condumng
training programs. J
“Our government cannot de
clare equal employment opportu
nity to be a national policy unless
the government’s house is in or
dei,” he continued. ‘ And we are
now engaged in every possible
type of activity to assure that the
They carried signs saying “Taxation Without
Sanitation is Tyranny.” Oliver Leeds, chairman
of the CORE group, received a summons from
police.
government's house will be in
order. We want our procedures
to be simple, swift and effective.
And that depends entirely on
you.” |
t
“You are dealing with people,
and 1 hope you will remember j
that a complaint may be merely
an onerous addition to your bur
dens but to the man or woman
making it, it can be the difference
between a rich and fulfilling life
and a life of dreary monotony,”
he declared.
Coffin Symbolizing
Jimcrow Heads White
House Vigil and Fast
WASHINGTON A coffin
bearing a sign “Bury Jimcrow,”
carried by four “pallbearers,”
headed a 24 hour vigil and fast
conducted by COKE in front of
the White House to mark the
centennial of the Emancipation
Proclamation.
In the course of the vigil, the
COKE group was counterpicketed
by the American Nazi Party. How
i ever, this counter demonstration
was short-lived: a passer-by, irate
that one of the Nazis was carry
ing the Swastika and Stars-and-
Stripes side by-side, assaulted
him.
Demand Investigation Os Plans
For Fluoride-Water In Detroit
A demand for an ''unbiased in
vestigation" by competent auth
orities before the city of Detroit
commits itself to put fluoride in
water has been served on Com
mon Council.
The requirement was urged in
a bill of particulars against fluo
ridation presented by the Greater
Detroit Civic and Health Com
mittee. Prominent members ol
the medical and dental profes
sions are included in the group,
which was formed for the sole
purpose* of keeping the water
supply of Greater Detroit free
from chemicals * not needed lor
publication. Mrs. Margaret Schil
ler. | registered nurse of 3151
Everlrrcn Drive, Royal Oak, is
chairaian.
Th<\ corpmitiec proclaims MM
fluorifte m a cumulative poison
do mJter how small the amount,
that/la proportion cannot be con
it water tap, that it
Sees Scant Gain
For Negroes In
'Tangible Basics'
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. —ln spite
ol massive changes that have oc
curred in recent times in relation
to the so-called “Negro issues”
in the United States, little if
anything has been accomplished
in solving the basic “meat, bread
and potatoes” problems con
fronting nearly 2U million Negro
citizens at this moment.
That was a declaration expres
sed here today by Whitney M.
Young, Jr., of New York, execu
tive director of the National
Urban League, in addressing the
Sixth Annual Convention of the
Southern Christian Leadership
Conference.
The SCLC is headed by the
Rev. Martin Luther King, widely
identified as one of the nation's
leading civil rights spokesman.
"There has been very little
progress in the past 10 years in
what 1 term the meat, bread and
potatoes’ issues when the Negro
is compared to other Americans,”
Mr. Young said.
He cited incontrovertible facts
showing that the average
income of the Negro family to
day is 54 per cent of that en
! joyed by its white equivalent
a decline of 3 per cent since
1952; that one of each six Negro
homes in the nation is dilapi
dated and substandard compared
with one in 32 for white families;
that Negro children receive three
atid-a half years less education
than do whites; that their parents
die seven years sooner.
has boon abandoned in many
cities after a trial, and rejected
by many others.
They also quote from Pr. J G.
Molner's report by Wayne State
University professors that "solu
ble fluoride is an extremely
poisonous substance, even more
so than arsenic, and its addition
to water of a large metropolitan
area cannot be undertaken with
out creating certain possible haz
aids to the public health." The
committee points out that, to his
day, no research has proven
otherwise.
The committee Mates. “Best
evidence is that it only delays the
appearance of cavities." and adds,
"since children consumes less
than one-thousandth of the water
normally used by the city, the
program is basically uneconomi
cal and ludicrous." * ■ {
The committee urged an inves
tigation by members of the Wayne
SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR, $4 50
Integration Leader
Freed From N. C. Jail
EDENTON, N.C. Golden A.
Frinks, integration leader here,
was freed from jail after serving
1] days of a 30 day sentence for
contempt of court. .His release
was ordered by Associate Justice
Clifton A. Moore of the North
Carolina Supreme Court at
Raleigh.
Justice Moore thus partly over
ruled Judge Chester A. Morris
of Superior Court; who had re
fused Frinks the privilege of hail
when sentencing him on Sept. 10
A hearing by a Supreme Court
justice is scheduled for a later
date.
Freedom for Frinks followed
protests from groups and indivi
duals all over the country who
had been told of the jailing of
the NAACP leader.
The Rev. Frederick 11. LaGarde,
regional representative of the
Southern Christian Leadership
((inference (SCLC), thanked all
who sent letters and telegrams
to Gov. Terry Sanford and Judge
Morris. It was an example of how
organized protest can secure
justice for integration leaders.
The day before Frinks was re
leased thjfe had also been a
prayer vigil in front of the court
house, led by Mr. LaGarde; Nor
man A. Brinkley, president of the
Chowan County NAACP, and the
SCLC youth director for this
section of North Carolina.
Frinks had been sentenced for
failing to answer when his name
Meredith And U. S. Army
Integrates "Ole Miss "
OXFORD. Miss.—James 11. Mere
dith, a Negro, enrolled in the Uni
versity of Mississippi Monday.
October 1. under the bayoneted
rifles of the federal government.
Afterwards roving groups of
incensed southerners vented their
passions in bitterness over the
registration of the 29-year-old
Meredith—the first Negro know
ingly admitted to “Ole Miss" in
its 114-year history.
Meredith, one of ten children,
—the son of a farmer —was born
June 25. 1933 in Kosciusko ( Miss. |
(Attala County). His grandfather
Moses ("Cap") was a slave. Mere
dith's parents are Ned and Roxkj
Meredith of Kosciusko. Miss.
Meredith attended Attala Coun
ty Training School in Mississippi.
Later he went to live with his
uncle in St. Petersburg. Fla.,
where he (James) graduated from
Gibbs High School in 1950.
Subsequently he came to Do
troit to live with his brother. Mer
ritt. He joined he U S. Air Force
in Detroit in 1951.
During his nine years in the
service he gathered college cred
its at a number of schools and
served for a time in Japan. He
was given an honorable discharge
in 1960.
County Medical Society, including
equal representation of those whoi
are publicly lor and against fluo
ridation with lull publicity given
to the findings. In the investiga }
tion, they add. special attention
should be directed to the study
ol damage to vital organs trace
able to the consumption of
fluoride.
President Wins Award
NEW YORK—I>r. Eugene T
Reed, a member of the Board of
Directors of the National Asso
ciation for the Advancement of
Colored People and president of
the New York State Conference
of NAACP branches was the win
ner of an annual award given by
the Interracial Council.
Dr Reed, a Long Island den
tist. received the Janies J Hoey
award for interracial justice. s
10c
was called in Superior Court by
Judge Morris. This action caine
after Frinks obtained warrants
against Police Chief Leo LoVoie,
charging that the officer struck
him while Frinks was picketing
against segregation.
Mr. LaGarde and Brinkley
greeted Frinks upon his release
from jail. They praised Frinks lor
his courageous actions and told
him of pledges of support from
several organizations working lor
integration.
These included the Ghandi So-
Icioty for Human Rights and the
SCLC, both headed by Dr. M L.
King. Jr ; NAACP, and the Sou
thern Conference Educational
Fund. (SCEF), New Orleans.
Attorney G. E. Tillett had been
assisted in taking Frinks’ ease
to the higher court by William
A Kunstlcr, special counsel lor
the Gandhi Society, and by L«*n
Holt. Norfolk. Va . a member of
the legal committee of SCEF and
a leader in the National Lawyers
Guild.
Mr. LaGarde said the jailing of
Frinks had caused an upsurge
in the movement against segrega
tion and discrimination in Eden
top and northeastern North Caro
lina.
*‘We will not be stopped until
Fdcnton is no longer called ‘The
Cradle of the Colony’ but ‘The
Cradle of
clared.
At that time, Meredith took Ins
college credits, enrolled a Jaik
son State College for Negroes and
started trying to get into the Uni
versity of Mississippi.
When Meredith was 16 years
of age he had occasion to en
counter in his home town a pro
fessional man who was a gradu
ate of the University of Mississip
pi and had a photograph of him
self as a member of the Ole Miss’
football squad. Young Meredith
was impressed when he saw the
picture and got a burning desire
to attend Ole Miss.
Forum To Probe
Un-American
Activities
The place of the House Com
mittee On Unamerican Activity
in the life of this country will
be discussed at the opening of
the Global Forum's new season
Friday, October 5 at 8 pm.
The speaker is Frank Wilkin
son of Los Angeles, executive di
rector of the National Committee
To Abolish The House Un Ameri
can Activities Committee. In a
memorable brush with the House
committee he was subsequently
sentenced for alleged contempt.
Mr Wilkinson has spoken with
considerable effect before uni
versity audiences since his re
lease early this year.
The meeting will be held 'n
the Central Congregational
Church. Linwood and Hogarth,
four blocks north of West Grand
Boulevard. The floor will be opt n
for questions representing all
points of view on the topic, Why
The House Unamerican Commit
tee?
Two Negro Girls Shot
RULEVILLE, Miss—The NAA
CP has asked the Department of
Justice to investigate the wanton
shooting of two Negro girls last
week in retaliation for their
voter registration work.
The young women, Miss Mar
ian Burkes. 20, and Miss Vivian
Hilliet, 18. were shot through a
window as they sat in a house.
Dr. Aaron E Henry, president
of the Mississippi NAACP organi
zation and Medg*r Evers, field
secretary urged "tmmediate fede
ral action to apprehend and pro-
secute the guilty."

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