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VOLUME 40—NUMBER 51
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE:
ITS ANSWER FOR TODAY'S DEMANDS" -
A MAGNIFICENT LECTURE BY AAARTIN BROONES
C. 5.8., OF BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF., GIVEN AT
EIGHTH CHURCH, CHRIST, SCIENTIST, SUNDAY
AFTERNOON, NOV. 4 OVERFLOW ATTENDANCE !
by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++
'AN EQUATION FOR EVERY HUMAN NEED'!
THREE TIMES, MR. BROONES APPLIED THE WORD
"EQUATION" TO THE MUCH LOVED SAYING P 494 OF
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXTBOOK, MUCH USED BY
CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS, AND OFTEN ENGRAVED ON
THE WALL OF BRANCH CHURCHES:
(Sm LECTURE, Pag. 21
WELCOME TO INCOMPARABLE
THANKSGIVING CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
(11 A.M. EACH CHURCH.)
GOLDEN TEXT: PROVERBS 10:22. THE BLESSING OF
THE LORD, IT MAKETH RICH, AND HE ADDETH NO
SORROW WITH IT.
GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE:
"FEAR NOT LITTLE FLOCK, IT IS YOUR FATHER'S
GOOD PLEASURE TO GIVE YOU THE KINGDOM" (Jesus)
OF HEAVEN, AT HAND WITHIN YOU'! E-X
C L-U-S-I-V-E REALITY OF GOOD! NOTHING*
N E S-S OF EVIL !
• * *
FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES.
MONDAY, November 26 DETROIT FIRST
CHURCH COMMUNITY ARTS AUDITORIUM, W. State
U., W. KIRBY. 8 P.M. PARKING VIA PUTNAM.
THURSDAY, December 6 DETROIT FIFTH
CHURCH WHITMORE RD. and SECOND BLVD., 8 P.M.
RALPH W. CESSNA.
NO COLLECTIONS EVER.
"THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD"
by (Catholic) Fulton Oursler
IN THE DETROIT FREE PRESS DAILY.
THE WRITER IS FINDING THESE SERIALS VERY
INSPIRING. THEY ARE NOT NEW, BUT ARE MOST WOR
THY. * *
"REPUBLICAN GEORGE ROMNEY"
Photo on cover of Time Magazine, Nov., 1962
AND, O, WHAT AN INTERESTING BIOGRAPHY.
AND PICTURE OF HIS CHARMING FAMILY (2 daughters
son not shown).
MR. ROMNEY HAS "CHARISMA, THAT INDEFINABLE
QUALITY OF LEADERSHIP, FORCE AND
SPIRITUAL MAGNETISM THAT DEFIES PAT
EXPLANATIONS."
Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, "CHARISMA":
"A QUALITY OF EXTRAORDINARY SPIRITUAL POW
ER ATTRIBUTED TO A PERSON OR OFFICE CAPABLE
Oc ELICITING POPULAR SUPPORT IN THE DIRECTION
OF HUMAN AFFAIRS."
SATAN TAKES DEVIL'S 'DIAPERS TO DEATH'
DEPUTY FOR 30 YEARS!
"CLAUDE SIMMONS. UNION OFFICIAL." 43
HACKENSACK, N.J., HOSPITAL DEVIL'S IN
VOLUNTARY EXECUTIONER ! "AFTER A LONG
ILLNESS" VIA SPIRITUAL MALPRACTICE !
(N.Y. Trib., Oct.) "Hackensack, N.J. Claude
ISonny] Simmons, 43, Vice-President in charge of contract
enforcement for the Seafarers International Union ... had
been a member of the SIU since the union was founded in
1938 ..."
DEVIL TAKES GOOD HEBREW FOR 30 YEARS!
HARPER HOSPITAL,
THE DEVIL'S INVOLUNTARY EXECUTIONER!
VIA SPIRITUAL MALPRACTICE!
A CERTAIN GRADUATE 'OVER YONDER TO
CHRIST, SCIENTIST DIVINE SONSHIP I THE R E A L .
OF THE ONE AND ONLY R-E-A-L PARENT !
"OUR FATHER-MOTHER GOD, ALL-HARMONIOUS
THE DEITY OF THE F-l-R-S-T CHAPTER OF
GENESIS, WHERE GOD l-S GOD I THE GOD AND
FATHER OF CHRIST JESUS ! AND MAN—
(See HEBREW, Page 2)
SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF
- EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION
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OF TARSUS, 90 YEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE,
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CLERGY I LAYMEN. LEADERS. MASSES I
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For The Invincible triumphant Divine Right* of Man |
MTURDAY, NOV EM 1 Ti 24, 1962 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
So. Africa Campaign
Begins On Human Rights Day
Urban League Equal Opportunity Day
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From left to right: Atty. Julian P. Rodgers,
Jr., who presided over the banquet; Mr. Charles
T. Cole, member of the Detroit Urban League;
Mr. J. L. Hudson, Jr., president of the J. L. Hud-
Son Cos., Mr. Frank G. Armstrong, vice president
Negroes Vote Republican
Greatest Change Since 56
'The Republican National Com
mittee was greatly heartened in
viewing the big city election re
turns to find that Negroes had
given the GOP its greatest support
since 1956.” So spid Congressman
William K. Miller, chairman of the
GOP National Committee.
In checking out the election re
turns in New York City, Detroit,
Philadelphia and Cleveland,
Chairman Miller found that Negro
voters had voted contrary to the
belief of political s.rategists and
columnists who predicted that this
vote would be solidly and over
whelmingly Democratic.
He indicated that the GOP did
not accept the pre-election theory
that the Negro vote was wedded to
the Democrats and made plans to
stimulate voting for Republican
candidates. Congressman Miller
said: "Our election plans to go
after the Negro vote paid off! A
team of national committee staf
fers working closely with cam
paign committees in states and big
cities produced an impressive
result.”
Philadelphia - 24tii ward. Nixon
20.6 per cent. Scranton 34.1 per
cent; 32nd ward Nixon - 16.3 per
* S|| . |N STUDENT AND HIS ATTORNEY John Thomas
Avent left lead petitioner in the Durham, N. C. sit-in case, is
.hown on !h. step. o* tho U. S. Supr.m. Court with Jock Gr..n
bera, Director-Counsel of the NAACP Leo.l Defense Fund who
,rouod tho Durhom cose, before the high Court lost wook. A.cnt,
, senior et Nort Ceroline Coll.go, com. to Washington to h.er
the oral arguments in hi» case. _____
cent, Scranton 37.1 per cent; 47th
ward Nixon 18 6 per cent, Scran
ton 35.9 per cent
(Continued on Page 7)
NAACP Backs Hill
The Board of Directors of the
Detroit Branch NAACP recently
issued a statement fully endors
ing the campaign of the national
organization against racial dis
crimination in trade unions. The
local NAACP Board also express
id full support of the Associa
tion’s Labor Secretary, Herbert
Hill who has been made the ob
ject of criticism and attack by
some labor leaders.
The Detroit Branch NAACP
Board added, however, that the
present difficulties should not
I negate any of the basic common
interests which have historically
joined labor and the NAACP in
their cooperative relationship.
The Board said further that the
1 present clash shall in no way al
ter tho good relations which the
Detroit Branch enjoys with or
j ganized labor in this community.
“Happy Thanksgiving"
of Burroughs Corp.; and Mr. Ramon Scruggs,
who receivc-H an award for "exercising dynamic
leadership, leading to the equal extension and
utilization of community facilities for all citi
lens." (See story on Page 5)
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SOUTHERN LAWYERS are honored by National Lawyers
Guild and presented with certificates by Detroit Circuit Judge
James Montanto (right). The. Southerners, all cited for their coura
geous and intelligent conduct of case s against segregation, were
(front row, from left) Lc.n Holt ad Ed Dawley of Norfolk, Va.;
Ernest Jackson, Jacksonville, Fla.; John M_ Coe, Pensacola, Fla.
(hidden by Montante); and (back row) Alexader P. Tureaud and
Benjamin E. Smith, both from Ne.w Orleans, La.
Harry B. Cunningham (left), President of
the S. S. Kresge Company, presents a Scroll of
Recognition to Aaron Gershenson (cr.nter) and
William Gershenson (right), prominent Detroit
planners, developers and investors, as a tribute
to their successful and expedient efforts In com-
■ ’:;
SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50
"U. S. Speaks Against Apartheid;
Yet Votes Against Sanctions"
A campaign urging the U. S.
Government to ‘take dynamic ac
t ion. including economic sanc
tions," against South Africa will
reach its first climax on Human
Rights Day, December 10. accord
ing to the American Committee
on Africa The campaign is aimed
at ending government - enforced
segregation (apartheid) through
international pressures on Ver
woerd’s government.
Initiated by Lutuli and King
The campaign grows out of a
document, App ea I for Action
Against Apertheid, initiated by
US leader Martin
Luther King and South African
Nobel Peace Prize-winner Albert
.John Lutuli. More than 150 inter
nationally-know personalities have
endorsed the document. The focus
of the campaign is contained in
a single statement: "The Apar
theid Republic is a reality today
only because the people and gov
ernments of the world have been
unwilling to place it in quaran
tine.’’
Call for Action
In an accompanying statement,
the American Committee on
Africa asks citizens and govern
ments to take action. The list of
suggestions includes: "Refuse to
i buy and ask dealers to refuse to
pitting and turning over to tho Kresge Company
the super K-mart discount department store,
largest in the nation, at Plymouth and South
field, Detroit.
The citation is the first ever presented to
business leaders outside the Kresge organisation.
(See Story on Page 4)
carry products from South Afri
ca;" organize public meetings on
December 10; picket appropriate
places—including, when applic
able, docks where merchant ships
involved in South African trade
arc to be found; urge ministers
to devote their December 9 ser
mons to noting the violation of
human rights in South Africa.
"The courage and determina
tion of opposition forces in South
Africa must be supported by
us if they are to grow in ef
fectiveness," argue the campaign
sponsors. They then quote nove
list Alan Paton to the effect
that: "Only the intervention of
the outside world can save us
from starvation, choas and death."
(Continued on Page 7)
Negro Leaders
j Confer On U. S.
African Policy
The nation’s 100 top Negro lead
ers will convene at a three day
summit meeting the weekend of
i November 23, at Columbia Uni
j versity’s Arden House -Campus in
; liarriman, New ' York. Led by
such leaders as Mortirt Luther
King, Jr.. Roy Wilkins. Whitney
Young, A. Philip Randolph, and
j others the Conference will exam
ine critically the role of the
American Negro community in
U S policy in Africa Specifical
ly. it will be the opening effort
on the part of Negro leaders
to create a program that will
involve a stepped-up interest of
America’s 19 million Negroes in
(heir own political influence on
their government’s policy in sub-
Sahara Africa.
The specific areas of Africa
with which the Conference will
Ihe concerned are: the Congo,
| South Africa. Southwest Africa,
j Angola. Mozambique. Central Af
rican Federation. Konya, and the
|J.gh Commission Territories. In
addition to the specific areas of
Africa, one of the principal top
ics of the Conference will be:
‘‘American Negro Participation
in Government and Private Over
seas African Programs; Racial
(Continued on Page 7)

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