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IT'S GEORGE ROMNEY BY 7 5.000!!
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VOLUME 40—NUMBER 49
"BIRTH RATE UNDERCUTTING LATIN AID"
N.Y. Trib., Oct. 9
"SAYS ALL FAITHS SEE NEED
FOR BIRTH CONTROL"
N. Y. Trib., Oct.
Americans of all faiths have recognized the need for
working together to control the growth of population, form
er Secretary of State Christian A. Herter said last night.
"Th* inflexible popular notion that Catholics and non-
Catholics are locked in a hopeless controversy on birth con
trol no longer fits th# facts if indeed it ever did” Mr. I
Herter said in an address at the annual dinner of the Plan
ned Parenthood Federation World Population Emerg
ency Campaign, attended by 800 persons at the Hotel
Plaza.
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"MY VIEW: THE WAY OF MEDIOCRE IS HARD"
By Benjamin E. Mays
Detroit Courier, IT-3
COD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE:
by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++
REV. MR. MAYS REMINDS ONE OF JESUS' PARA
BLE OF THE FIVE WISE AND FIVE FOOLISH VIRGINS
ALSO, THE CURSE ON THE LUKEWARM, GIVEN IN
REVELATION.
It is hard to get people to understand that the world is
hard on the average and the below average man. Nobody
wants to hire an average person. Industry tells you quickly
to bring me your best. The government makes it plain that
its examinations must be passed. College presidents never
or seldom hire a teacher with an average record.
(See DR. MAYS, Page 2)
FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES.
FRIDAY. November 9 BLOOMFIELD JUNIOR
HIGH SCHOOL, 8 P.M. RALPH W. CESSNA.
SATURDAY, NovemberJO DETI&IT SEVENTH
CHURCH i- 223 8 P.M. RALPH W.
CESSNA.
SATURDAY, November 10 PONTIAC CHURCH
164 W. Lawrence St, 8 P.M. HERBERT E. RIEKE.
C.S. Sentinel, 10-27 C.S. Sentinel, Oct. 20
NO COLLECTIONS EVER.
WE THANK THE NEWS FOR Ist PAGE USE
"BECK. FRUEHAUF CLEARED IN LOAN CASE"
New York, N-2 Detroit News
Former Teamster Union President Dave Beck and Roy
A. Fruehauf, former president of the Fruehauf Trailer Cos.,
of Detroit, were acquitted here last night in Federal Court
on an eight-year-old charge that Beck accepted a $200,000
loan from trucking firm executives in violation of the Taft-
Hartley law.
NURSE WARNS VS. DEVIL'S FLUORIDATION. {
From "As Our Readers See It:
"THOROUGH STUDY NEEDED
BEFORE CITY FLUORIDATES"
Free Press, Oct. 5
OPEN LETTER to Detroit Common Council: Our com
mittee is concerned about attempts to fluoridate the water
of the City of Detroit.
We strongly urge that you give full consideration to
such points as these:
(See NURSE, Page 2)
"GULLED AGAIN ?" M ,
Detroit Courier, editorial, Nov. 3
The Kennedy Administration has just leaked a story
out of Washington that the President has made the tma
decision to issue an executive order barring racial , * cn ™ l
nation in federally assisted housing, and it looks like Ne
groes are going to be gulled again.
It will be recalled that during the 1960 prcs.dcn .a
campaign Mr. Kennedy promised to issue such an ° ,f ,lj
soon as he got into the White House, with a stro e o
pen," and scored President Eisenhower for not having done
so.
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.
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OF TARSUS, 90 YEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE,
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Representing "Our FatWiMih. r. . _ •335l*VA
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1962
CAMD OBTAINS RELEASE OF
ANOTHER MONROE DEFENDANT
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Fourteen years of Democratic
rule comes to an end January 1.
1983 when George Komn ey,
wealthy industrialist and novice
politician, takes over the reigns of
executive slate management Irom
the tired and often shackled hands
of John IJ. Swainson.
Governor-elect Romney, making
Ins first hid for statewide elective
oil ice, defeated incumbent Swain
son in a highly dramatic and hard
fought campaign.
Students Pawns of Off-Campus Agitators
In New Mississippi Integration Incidents
NEW YORK—The latest series
of supposedly spontaneous stu
dent demonstrations at the Uni
versity of Mississippi can he blam
ed on off-campus agitators, The
Insider s Newspaper said today.
White Citizens Councils and
other adult groups throughout
the state have been smuggling
car trunkloads of firecrackers and
other disorder devices for stock
piling in dormitories and frater
nity houses.
POOLHAU OPERATOR
Attempts To Bribe
Police; Arrested
Herbert Moss, 57. of 34(13 Mc-
Clellan. operator of a poolroom
at 9312 Mack, was charged with
bribery of a police officer Mon
day in a warrant issued by the
prosecutors office.
Patrolman Jerry Lambert and
Ronald Wisniewski of the Fifth
precinct were investigating the
poolroom for minors, when they
observed Karl Tyrone Holt. 17,
shooting pool in the establishment,
which is a violation ot City Ordi- 1
nances which state a youth must
be 18 years of age to visit in a
public poolroom. \
Patrolman Lambert said whuej
his partner was writing a ticket
for Holt, Moss approached and,
asked if the ticket cojildn t be
stopped He called the officer into
,he restroom where he produced
*slß and placed the money on s»‘
soap dish and said, ‘ The money I
970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
GOVERNOR-ELECT GEORGE ROMNEY
Swainson, as expected, rolled up
an impressive lead on the strength
cl early returns from the Metro
politan Detroit area, a veritable
Democratic stronghold since the
days of New-Dealing Roosevelt,
but Ilomney steadily closed up
the gap as the night wore on and
suburban tallies began to trickle
in.
Obviously, something went
amiss in the Democratic cam
paign this year. Some armchair
Outside sources also have pro
| vided bumper stickers reading
•‘Mississippi P. O. W.” and are li
nancing- a Reb e I underground
newspaper that is being dis
tributed to students.
Negro student James Mere
ditch has been the victim of har
assment In which students living
in the room above him move the
furniture all night, in shifts.
The students have also been
made the pawns of the Federal
is yours, if you will stop your
partner from writing the ticket. ’l
Tlie officer said he picked up
the money and placed Moss under
arrest. He quoted Moss saying: “1
was afraid of being forced out,
of business by so many com
plaints against my poolrom—that
is why 1 offered the money.”
OUT-STATE MAN DIES
A 51-yearold Birmingham,
Alabama man was visiting his
daughter, was dead on admittance
to Harper Hospital Sunday after
he complained ol severe chest
pains.
He is Lennie Pertcet, of
11th Street North. Birmingham.
Police said Mrs. Mary Williams.
25, of 19251 Dequindre. Informed
them that her father had not been
ill. She said he arrived in the
city last week.
export say il was beeau.se of the
pitiful employment reeord built
up during the Swainson tour of
duty; some say it was because
they were tired of the Denis
‘taking lor granted" the vote of
the large Negro populace.
Whatever the reason. George
Koinney has two full years to
make good his campaign promises
of better leadership and more
lobs. We, personally, leel that he
will.
agents, according to the News
letter, The Justice Department
proposed to appear as prosecu
tion lawyer when arrested rioters
were scheduled to appear before
the student-run Judicial Council.
Only University authorities, who
arc seeking to ferret out resisters
and are backing responsible fa
culty members in their efforts
to "get back to keeping school,"
are speaking for the good of the
students. The Newsletter said. '
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SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50
Jay van Covington, 19, Out
On SIO,OOO Bond
NEW YOHK The Committee
to Aid the Monroe Defendants has
secured the release on SIO,OOO
hail of Jayvan Covington, 19year-,
old Negro youth of Monroe, North
Carolina. CAMD Secretary, Berta
Green announced today.
Young Covington is a particular
target of racists in the area be
cause of his conspicuous role in
the efforts to integrate the muni
cipally owned swimming pool and
in the anti-segregation picketing
initated hv Freedom Riders in
Monroe* in the summer of 1961
Following the racial strife on
August 27, 1961, when a mob of
thousands of white-supremacists,
with police encouragement, at
tacked anti-segregation pickets,
Covington was arrested on frame
up charges. The nature of the
charges was not even known to
the Negro community until the
youngster had been held in the
Union Counry jailhouse for 20
days. On March 29, the twentieth
day, Covington was shot in the
jail by a guard who alleged that
he assaulted him and tried to
escape.
In ihcn was revealed that the
F. Gregory Named To Top
Labor Department Post
\y - 11 ’ Mi .. •.
Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz (right), swears in Francis A.
Gregory. Assistant Superintendent of I). C. Public Schools as
Assistant Director of Manpower Development in the Labor De
partment's Ofiice of Manpower Automation and Training.
Secretary o£ Labor W. Willard
Wirtz announced today the ap
pointment of Francis A. Gregory
as Assistant Director for Man
power of the Labor Department’s
Office of Manpower, Automation,
and Training.
Mr. Gregory has served since
1951, as assistant superintendent
for Industrial and Adult Educa
tion of the Public Schools of the
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young civil-rights, -fighter w ■.
charged with breaking and « a
tering, conspiracy to break and
enter, larceny, resisting arr t
and trying to escape. An addition
al charge of “secret assault” u| n
a filling station was held in ab y
ance. In a typical Union trial t
which the whole courtroom y I
officials displayed open hostility
to the defendant and defense ati r.
neys, Covington was sentenced to
V-1(j years
A principal point in the bi cf
of Attorneys Witt and Scupi I r
reversal of Covington's convict i ;i
is Union County’s intentional dis
crimination in the selection of
juries and the systematic exclusion
of Negroes lroin juries. Their in
spection of the grand jury l:-t
showed the designation “col.” in
the margins alongside the nan; s
ot colored persons.
Since the prosecution has re
peatedly postponed the trial of
the three “kidnap" defendants
for well over a year, CAMD is
appealing for financial contri
bution. Checks should be made
payable to CAMD, 168 W. 23 St.
New York 11, N. Y.
District of Columbia, lie is cha r
man of the Superintendent's Com
mittee on Human Relations.
In his new position he will be
responsible for promoting th
training and retraining of the
underemployed in the Nation .
work force. He will develop stand
ards and policies for manpower
development and direct the fieid
operations of the Office of Man
power, Automation, and Trainin
Mr. Gregory is a native of
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He was
educated in the Philadelphia and
Washington. I). C. public schools,
holds a B. S. in electrical en
gincoring from Case Institute ol
Technology, a M S. Degree n
electrical engineering from the
Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology and is a candidate for a
Ph 1). in education at Western
Reserve University.
Prior to assuming his duties as
assistant superintendent with the
D. C. Public Schools he served a
a teacher and athletic coach. Voca
tional High School principal, and
Technical High School principal
in Washington, D. C.
PEDESTRIAN FATALLY HIT
Mrs Ruby Bryant, 50, of 221
Erskine. died in Mt. Carmel Mercy
Hospital Saturday of injuries she
suffered Friday night when she
was struck by a car on Woodward
near Seven Mile road.
Police said Mrs. Bryant was
running to catch a DSR bus, when
she w-as struck down by a auto
mobile driven by Dennis S. Janda,
23. of 24695 Willowby. East De
troit, who was not held.

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