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"UMON SHOP FOE STATE WORKERS "TAXPAYERS: HOLD YOUR HATS" DWrtit Nkw •dit'l., Oct. 31 On tho political front, August Scholl# is massing AFL- CtO political workers in Cos Swainson's rv-electioo cam paign. On the economic front, a union affiliated with Hie AFt-OO is demanding coltactlee bargaining rights and a union shop for state employe*. Asa governor who never arid *W to Scholia Oev. Swaineon would be a handy man to have around when the State Civil Service Commission passes on the request of the Michigan State Employes Union (AASEU), neat Decem ber, for "formal union recognition." How far the commis sion has traveled that road already Is a question raised by Hebert C. Oreevonor, MSEU spokesman, whan he says "a groat deal of Informal collective bargaining" exists now in state government. • a e Dr. Mays (Continued from Page 1) Even people who have servants want servants who know their way around. Exceptional people in any field will al ways have work if their character is good and if they can get along well with people. I have never seen an exception al person competent in the areas mentioned above begging for a job in normal times. People do not hire you because you need a job. They hire you because you can do the job. One is not hired be cause he is hungry; He may be given a dole because he is hungry; but not a job. He gets the job on his ability to per form. You may be in debt up to your neck or very much in need of work ... it will make no difference. • * • Nurse (Continued From Page 1) In 1936, animal experiments published in the Journal of the American Dental Association showed that fluoride in minute doses is as toxic as arsenic or lead. In 1961, the Journal of Dental Medicine reported that one per cent of children and pregnant women who received fluoride tablets suffered ill effects. It is recognized that fluoride in water is more toxic than tablets. • • • Margaret F. Schiller, R.N., Chairman, Greater Detroit Civic and Health Committee ~8 TYPICAI DUPES OF DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE.~ ANTI-CHRIST "LORD-GOD"! M-Y-T-H-S! THE 4 EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES! CATHEDRAL OF TOMORROW, SUNDAY MORNINGS 10-11 Ch. 9 ZEALOUS PROTESTANT TV REX HUMBARD, PASTOR, "SAUL OF TARSUS" I FATHER PREACHED 52 YEARS "PSYCHOLOGY... FOR LIVING" (NOT YET THE CHRIST IN ITS SCIENCE, BUT HIGHLY COMMENDABLE). 9:15 A.M. Moo. thru Fri., Sot., 2 p.m., WMUZ, 103.5 FM: See Sunday TV, 9:30 0.m., Channel 9 Oral Roberts Heals Via Prayers! NOT GOD'S CHRIST SCIENCE HEALER OF NATIONS I REVS. HELMAR CEDERHOLM, G. B. VICK, BILLY GRAHAM ! CHARLES FULLER, NEGRO CLERGY I Christian Science On TV Later ♦ SUPPLEMENTING THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE JOURNAL. SEE THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY AND SATURDAY CHURCH PAGE OF DAILIES FOR Sunday & Wednesday, Incomparable Christian Science Church Services (WEDNESDAY, NEVER ANY COLLECTIONS) "LIFE MORE ABUNDANTLY" HEAR - AND THANK STATION - [HOW CHRISTIAN SCICNCE MASTERS / "THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU" RADIO—CKLW (»00 1ie.)— 9:41 AM. SUNDAYS WCHB (1440 It*.)—l2:4} PAL SUNDAYS WCHD (105.9 PM) 4:00 PM. SUNDAYS Christian Science Reading Room JOINTLY MAINTAINED DOWNTOWN 45 W. Grand Rivor at Gritwold * OPSM DAILY I A.M. TO 9 PM. EXCEPT WED., SUN. AND HOLIDAYS WED., • AJW. TO 7 PM. DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1962 2 FAYING Off! - WIST MW UMON MBUM TO OMNTI **P* THE LOCO HATETH AN UNEQUAL BALANCE f WIN THAT PENNANT KINO REGARDS TO WILLIE MAYS. AwArtm F*WW nir~r“. TAO Me to lti» Eck WWW May*. Harvay Kuann. at at: Kind r«RarA( and bMt •WAa* I Infiritlwlty yonn, occur# ng l» CMat. Andrew PnMbwf, PyWhMr, God's Detroit Tribunt.** Oct. IS Air MUM, Special Delivecy —6O cto Al vin Peril. Manafor, tan intciico Giants Regards to WilHe Mays and Harvey Kuenn. (Alee to Orlande Cepede, Oct. 17 Sic mail) “SPORTS IN BRIEF: "MAYS BATTING 1.000 WITH DOC" Free Praia, Nov. 3 Pactocs finally have determined whet's the matter with Willie Mays nothing. After three slays of tests on the Stn Francisco Giant star, the chief of medicine at Frisco's Mount Zion Hospital pronounced Willie "perfectly healthy." His health was e matter of speculation sine# ho col lapsed Sept. 13 in e game at Cincinnati. Said the Ac “H was simple exhaustion." The medico said that Mays condition is "superior to other men of his age." Not only that, but he can hit better than most, toe. • • e "POPULATION EXPLOSION MEANS STAGNATION" N. V. Trib. edlfl., Oct. IS For those who take the long view of things (end wo could do with more of thorn), thore ere sow more formi dable questions effecting the future of the world then the leaping and bounding increases In its population. The population explosion, end there is no better word, has been the object of concern end study by e meeting of the Planned Parenthood F adoration-World Population Emergency Campaign here this week. Various distinguished public figures, including nineteen Nobel laureates, have ex pressed their anxieties and appealed for a genuina recog nition of tha problem by government agencies. • • • There art all kinds of frlghtanlng statistics, but tha simplest one tails us that, at tha peasant birth ratas, the number of poople In world will increes# from 3 billion to 6 billion by the W**' this century. This means that tha human population r .»■ have to davota mora and more of its time and energy to feeding and employing itself just to maintain lift, and that social and economic progress, not to mention the other kinds, will slump off Into stagna tion. • • • "LATIN AMERICA AND POPULATION GROWTH" "WHAT PRICE EVASION ?" "Population Bulletin" Population Reference Bureau, Inc., No. 6, Oct., 1962 The Alliance for Progress is a co-operative effort of all countries in the Organixation of American States to stimulate economic development in Latin America during the present decade. It is built on the concept es self-help. • » * People are the indisputable measure of the need which exists in Latin America. In 1960, thara wera 200 million people in the region, most of them living in dire poverty. Population more than doubled in the first half of this cen tury. The greatest spurt in growth came during the last two decades. • • • If present growth rates continue unchanged, popula tion will almost triple In the second half of this century, bringing tha total to 592 million in the year 2000. Unless social and economic systems are modernized and vitaliied, what kind of an existence can Latin Americans expect? • * • Rapid population growth which checkmates economic growth has already brought some parts of Latin America very close to economic, political and social disintegration. If birth rates do not decline fairly quickly, death ratas might rise. • e e Once the people In Latin America begin to understand that their poverty and hunger ore directly related to rapid population growth, they will toko steps to regulate births. Briefly stated, this is the philosophy behind the Popula tion Rofaranca Bureau's educational program. • • • Parenthood (Continued from Bock Pago) GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE PRfcSENTS, FROM p. 2, Church A State, Monthly Review: (Sept., 1962) SATAN IN R.C.! - "DID YOU KNOW?" (HEW is the Fed. Dept, of Health, Education, Welfare). THAT THE VATICAN OPERATES ONE OF THE LARG EST REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT FIRMS IN THE WORLD AND THAT IT IS BUILDING A $75 MILLION PROJECT IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WHERE IT ALREADY OWNS SUBSTANTIAL REAL ESTATE. That tha Dept, of HEW is considering o giveaway of 79 acres of Federally-owned land at Hines, 111., appraised at $4.5 million to Jesuit Loyola University. That a POAU survey of top Federal job appointments rovaalad no pattern of sectarian bios. THAT HOLLAND KILLED ITS PUBLIC SCHOOLS BY COMMENCING STATE AID TO CHURCH SCHOOLS. THAT CHURCHES ARE OPERATING SUCH BUSI NESSES AS DISTILLERIES; GAMBLING OAMCS; PACK (Continued Next Column, Top) "" "" '*■■+. +m • --*.*•«*. i» • »•„ TtONS. HOTELS; FOUNDRIES; THEATRES; PARKING inn. LALMMMS; MMH AND MANY OTHMt> AMO Ml CVAOMG THE 52% CORPORATE PROPITS TAX WHICH THW COMPETITORS HAVE TO PAY. That Hm caurtt an cwnMantly tifhtaning Hw lirv* T>r ;—* an at public lumM Hr Haa auppart of church* THAT CONGRESS HAS ESIN USING THE "SPECIAL PROJECT” OR "OEPSMSE" OR "WELFARE" LABEL TO TRY TO CONCEAL THE UNCONSTITUTIONAL NATURE OF LEGISLATION PROVHMNG FEDERAL AID TO CHURCH INSTITUTIONS. THAT CHURCH-STATE SEPARATION GUARANTEES IN STATS CONSTITUTIONS HAVE NOW BECOME AN OBJECT OF ATTACK BY ROMAN CATHOLIC ACTION GROUPS. Est All ts these «nd counties* other facto hove him re corded in CHURCH AND STATE within the past tlx months. If you want tho only comploto church-state Journal, hart it it. SUBSONIC NOW! 1633 Mott Ave., N.W. Waahlnfton 6, D. C. please send mo CHURCH AND STATE for ono yoor. 1 un derotand that my gift of $S or moro includes $3 for o tub urlption. ( ) Naw • ) Ranawal Nama Stroot City * - November I, 1962 MRS. ANNA - ROOSEVELT - HALSTED 32766 Bingham Lana Birmingham, Michigan Dear Mrs. Halstad: Wa anclosa substantially tha tamo high-poworod 'angal food' good for tha soul, tha body, and tha pockatbook • - that wa mailtd to your dear mothar soma tima ago, in cluding a markad copy of God's Detroit Tribuno, In which wa ran a copy of tha lattar to your mothar, and which, parhaps, you have already saan. Wa thank you for giving us tha comploto articlo of Draw Paarson's "Why Guintan Laborars in Cuba?" Tha writar is first and foramost a Christian Scientist voted far Woodrow Wilson, Woman's Suffrage, and Pro hibition! was haartily sympathotic with Franklin Roose velt's first two terms, but, like Tha Christian Science Moni tor, was opposed to third and fourth farms —but hearti ly supportad 39 I?) Destroyer deal in behalf of Groat Bri tain, and tha historic, marvolous, humanitarian "Land Lease" demonstrating, what tha writar has often refer red to, God's Messiah nation to all tha national •••>.- ' God's Detroit Tribune will spall out further "our Father-Mother God, all-harmonious" guidance of tho writor into his independent, crusading destiny 7O years of ago months ago —and in apprehending 'the naw heaven and tha naw earth' ! (Ravalation 21:1), their EXCLUSIVE reali ty ! and tha utter NOTHINGNESS of 'the things saan, tem poral' (St. Paul) tha evil I tha human I tha materiel I— tho writar feels ha can go on forever 1 Inspirationally yours, according to Christ "with you alway," "Second Coming" post-Lincoln martyrdom revelations (throwback to tho martyr dom of John tha Baptist I) 'Healer of tho na tions' ravalator of tho REAL I— NEVER need ing a healing in all eternity I Andrew Fruahauf, Publisher God's Detroit Tribune AF:mg Ends. "STAND FAST. MR. WILKINS!" Detroit Courier, editorial, Nov. 3 • • • Wo hope and botiava that Mr. Wilkins will stand firm ly behind Mr. Hill, who is busily exposing tho hypocrisy of powerful labor union bossas who talk liberalism and practice colonialism. Tha fact must be frankly facad that tha prasumptlon of tola employer guilt for industrial color discrimination is salsa, as every Negro laborita knows; and tha NAACP would bo derelict in its duty if it did not fight against bias, no matter upon whose toes K has to tread and who threat ens to stop supporting tho association in a huff. Power (Continued Prom Back Pago) MEAN IT. OH, HOW MUCH OF RUIN BECAUSE IN YOUTH WE DO NOT LEARN TO QUICKLY SAY "NO." * • • No is a positive declaration of independence of your soul. It is tha baromatar of your spiritual and moral life. It is a guaga and indicator of your strength of choree ter. In tha face of temptation, tho word most needed ia No." It has kept millions of young man and woman from drunkenness, sensuality and debauchment. Let "No" stand guard at purity's gate, Say It quickly, positively, unrelentingly. Say it whan you cannot think of anything elee. Say it with emphasis, and it will need no ex planation. Say it and moan it. Tho no-man, tho n*girl in the face of cheapness, lowering standards, temptation it • thing of beauty and peseeseet an insurance policy against tho fires that would destroy. Always be quick to say "Yet" to God, to duty, to tha coll of sorrow and calamity but a quick, positive, emphatic, unquestionable "NO" to temp ,#tkm - J.L.T.