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wW # I,?e - P UBL,C LIBRARY Cruieder Per The Invincible Trivmphent Divine Right. o# Men VOLUME 40—NUMBEK 52 CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH TEXTBOOK! - BIBLES' LIBERATOR I- SHOULD BE IN THE COCKPIT OF ALL AIRPLANES!!! FLIGHT ENGINEER: "I GOOFED''! PLANE "DITCHED IN RAGING SEA; 28 DIE"!!! "SWITCH LEFT OPEN" I (N.Y. Trib., Nov. 15) GOO'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++ INVENTIONS OF 'NATURAL' SCIENCE NATURAL LY A PRISONER OF THE DEVIL ! BECOME FRANKENSTEfNS BECAUSE OF THE SLOPPY, 'COCKEYED' DISCIPLINE, PRAYERS, THINKING, LEADERSHIP, OF NON-CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS! (See PLANES, Page 2) FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES, THURSDAY, December 6 DETROIT FIFTH CHURCH WHITMORE RD. and SECOND BLVD., 8 P.M. - RALPH W. CESSNA. SUNDAY, December 9 DETROIT SECOND CHURCH 147 E. GRAND BLVD., 3 P.M. GORDON H. SMIXff FRIDAY. December 14 BIRMINGHAM CHURCH l9l N. CHESTER ST., 8:15 P.M. OTTO G. ZIEGEN HAGEN. NO COLLECTIONS EVER. "SIOO MILLION DAMAGE - "DEATH TOLL SIX IN GUAM TYPHOON" Free Press 11-13 PATHETIC, ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (x) FRAUDS! MYTHS ! MORTAL T-H-O-U-G-H-T PHENOMENA ! (x) Genesis 2:7, etc* GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: REV. (Catholic Fr.) ALVIN LeFEUR, ARE YOU STILL ALIVE? AND HEEDING JESUS' ADMONITION, "WATCH, WORK, AND PRAY" ? GIFT, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXTBOOK ONLY TRUE FRIEND OF BIBLES, CLERGY, ET AL ! NOT ACKNOWLEDGED. (See DAMAGE, Page 2) DEVIL STEALS 35 YEARS. PLUS! 808 FANCETT, AD FIRM V.1.P.. DIES. 34'! | Detroit News, Nov. 12 A THINKING SUFFOCATION! - FORTUNATELY. MERELY AN i ADAM-EVE M-Y-T-H! 1 HE WILL AWAKEN, IN DUE TIME. INTO THE ARMS OF GOD'S CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH, E-X-C-L-U-S-l-V-E-N-E-S-S OF HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE I— EXPOSING THE FRAUDS ! MYTHS ! OF MATTER, SIN, 'HELL, AND THEIR FATHER, THE DEVIL'! MERELY GIGANTIC ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS . MYTHS! (See DEVIL STEALS, Page 2) MORE ANTI FLUORIDATION GREATER DETROIT CIVIC & HEALTH COMMITTEE. INC. P. O. Box 6221 - Detroit 34, Michigan November 17, 1962 You will undoubtedly be interested in Ibn one ose resolution end questions concerning FLUORIDAT . Y were prep.red for presentation at a public Hearing in the (See COMMITTEE, 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. HELL. SIN, BIRTHS, DISEASE. DEATH. WARS. MATTER I ADAM-EVE. MURDEROUS CAIN. JUDAS - "GHASTLY FARCE" - FOOLING SAULS OF TARSUS, 90 YEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE, - "LORD-GOD" - NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY I LAYMEN. LEADERS. MASSES I SATUKDAY, DECE.V' in • 'King bias "Attitude Change Prime Need" Detroit Housing Commission Third S. S. Kresge Cos. Store Opens 1 he third S. S. Kresge Company giant K mart discount department ■ More to open within a week and the sixth K-mart now operating in the Detroit Metropolian area, held official ribbon cutting cere monies Monday morning Nuvem bei 26. 1962. The new K mart is located in Southgate at Trenton and Eureka roads, adjacent to the Southgate Shopping Ceifter. More than 150 persons are employed here. K-mart, a division of S. S. Kresge Company, one of the world's lar gest variety department store chains, a week ago opened its first two-K-marts in Detroit, one located at Plymouth and South field, another at E. Outer Drive and Sherwood. These three new stores combined employ over 600 pcrions with an annual payroll of approximately $1,500,000. Other Detroit-area K-marts are located in Garden City, Warren and Pon tiac. Participating in ceremonies opening the new Kmart were .Southgate Mayor Walter Berklich, Southgate Council President Ro bert L. Wittbold, Stanley S. ! Kresge, son of the founder and vice chairman of lhe board of S. S. Kresge Company; Harry B ! Cunningham, president of S. S. Kresge Company; and C. L. Yohe. ! vice president in cha rg e of Kresge s K mart Division Complete Figures On Negro employment In Federul Government Show Increase WASHINGTON. 0. C —Of the net increase of 62,633 jobs in the Federal Government during the period June 1961 to June 19(52 Negroes accounted for 10,737 or more than 17 per cent, according to final figures of a world wide survey made for the President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity and release today. Almost 5,500 of the increase were in jobs with salaries ranging from $4,565 to $10,165 a year (GS 5-11 while an additional 374 jobs carried salaries of $8,840 to $26,000 (GS 12 - 18) a year. In commenting upon the fact that the gain in Negro em ployment was principally in higher-level, white collar posi tions. Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson. Chairman of the Com mittee, said: ''This gain is a direct result of a concentrated effort to as sure that Negro population and our other minority groups are g.vcn an equal opportunity in government employment on the sole basis of merit and fitness. It has been achieved by intensify ing the government's efforts to publicize to Negroes the opportu nities in the Federal government to encourage those who are quali fied to compete on the basis of merit with all our other citizens. We have reviewed the qualtf.ee tions of Negroes in our lower grades to seek out those who may have been overlooked for pro motion. "We will continue these ef forts" he said. "In one sense we are simply providing a rightful opportunity to a segment of our population which can make even greater contributions to our so ciety. But in the larger sense we •re adding to the strength of j our nation by making better use of all our manpower resource* to meet the awesome responsibi lities which face us in the mo dern era." 1 Examples of (he upward move ment of Negroes in the one year period covered by the survey «n --1 Department of Health, Educa tion and Welfare — The number nf Nepines in jobs paying an n JtSarU, «l I increased from 2,b41 to 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN ■ ■ v : - Opening Day Salute S. S. Kresge Cos, officials pose in front of the company's new K-mart discount department store in South gate, Trenton and Eureka Roads, during opening day ceremonies Monday, November 26, 1982. Lert to right: Stanley S. Kresge, son of the founder and vice president of the Board of S. S. Kresge Cos., Harry B. Cunningham, President of S. S. Kresge Cos.; and C. L. Yohe, Vice President in charge of Kresge's K-mart Division. Confidence in the future growth of the Detroit area was a decisive factor in selecting Southgate for anew K-mart store operation, Cun 24 per cent. In jobs paying annual salaries of $9,475 to $20,000 the increase was from 68 to 78 —about 15 per cent. Post Office Department The number of Negroes in jobs pay- i ing annual salaries of $4,565 to; $10,165 increased from 4.213 to 4970—17 per cent. In jobs pay-' ing salaries of $8,840 to $20,000 the increase was from 14 to 22 —57 per cent. Treasury Department The number of Negroes in jobs pay ing annual salaries of $4,563 to $10,165 increased from 1,466 to 1 954 _ 33 per cent. In jobs paying annual salaries of $9,475 to $20,000 the increase was from 36 to 81—125 per cent. Department of Labor The number of Negroes in jobs pay ing annual salaries of $4,565 to $10,165 increased from 354 to 514 —45 per cent. In jobs paying an nual salaries of $9,475 to $20,000 the increase was from 24 to 48— 100 per cent. Veterans Administration —The number of Negroes in jobs pay ing annual salaries of $4,565 to $10,165 increased from 2,431 to 3.728—53 per cent. In jobs pay ing annual salaries of $9,475 to $20,000 the increase was from 56 to 141—151 per cent. In the case of this agency, part of the increase reflected by the data re sults from the shift of some posi tions from the ‘‘Other Pay to the Classification Act category in I the 1962 survey. National Aeronautics and Space Administration The number of Negroes in jobs paying annual salaries of $4,565 to $10,165. in*, reeased from 121 to 211—74 per 'cent In jobs paying annual sala ries of $9,475 to $20,000 the in-; crease was from 18 to 41—almost 128 per cent. Housing and Home Finance Agency— The number of Negroes in jobs paying annual salaries of $4,565 to $10,165 increased from 296 to 392—32 per cent. In Jobs 'paying annual salaries of $9,475 to $20,000 the increase was from 48 to 57— about 19 per cent. Although the Committee sur vey did not pinpoint it. of fices said that part of the ht tieasc of Negroes in jobs pay ing annual salaries of $4.1*65 to Presidential Edict Saluted By Secretary-Director Knox ningham said, lie also stated: "We are happy to bring some thing new in retailing to people (Continued On Page 4) $10,1(>5 could bo attributed to the intensified recruiting direct ed at yo un g. college caliber people among the Negro popula ton. In Internal Revenue Service; HEW for positions in the social security program; and NASA, a rapidly expanding agency, for positions connected with its space programs. The rate of gain in upper (Continued on Page 4) Mrs. Strickland Passes Funeral services for Mrs. Marie Strickland, who passed Tuesday night, will be held at the First Baptist Institutional Church Fri day morning at 11:00 a m with the Reverends Lee Clay and 1\ Jones officiating. Mrs. Strickland was of the Strickland Furneral Home. The 40th Anniversary of Princo Hall Lodge No. 24 and Priscilla Chapter No. 21, 0.1.5. P H.A., was held Saturday at the Masonic Tem ple located at 3500 McDougall. Achievement and Appreciation Awards were given to Char* ter Members, Life Mi-mbers and Officers o! both departments. Tho Hon. William O. Oreen, (right) SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 By Lee Ivory DETROIT, Nov. 26—The long awaited “stroke of a pen.” where by President John F. Kennedy, by cxc l ive order proclaimed, “Equal Opportunity in Housing.” last week struck down discrimi nation in federally aided housing, drew commendation from the De troit Housing Commission. In an exclusive interview with Robert D. Knox, Director-Secretary of the City of Detroit Housing Commission, Mr. Knox said: "Per sonally, I'm very happy that we tiave it now because it will be helpful in the non-Urban Renewal ireas." Mr. Knox, youthful bead of the City-owned housing develop ments (John W. Smith Homes, Edward J. Jeffries Homes. So journer Truth Homes, Brewster- Douglas Homes, Charles Terrace i Homes. Herman Hardens Homes, j and Parkside Homes), believes that the Presidential directive I will not hurt the builders and 1 contractors because “it is aimed at and affects all of the build j ers ” "What is really needed," Mr. Knox continued, "is an indivi dual attitude change.. .. The Exe cutive Order closes many avenues of escape, as it were.... "The Brickley Ordinance, how ever, and other similar directives Presidential Housing Order Welcomed By The NAACP NEW YOKE President Ken nedy’s long-delayed Executive Or der banning discrimination in fed erally-assisted housing was wel comed by NAACP Executive Sec retary Roy Wilkins as an indica tion that the Government has made plain •‘that the national policy of nondiscrimination be tween citizens, which has been recognized in other areas of I American life, applies as well to housing.” In a telegram of commendation to the President, Mr. Wilkins said that the order was welcomed "in the anticipation that it will remove longstanding barriers to freedom of residence." Not only Negroes and mem bers of other minority groups, “but all citizens who revere our constitutional guarantees of equal ity. must hail this reaffirmation of our nation's commitment to basic democratic ideals,” the tele-, cram said. have certainly made great strides toward solving some of the city's housing problems." In a broader scope*, practi cally echoing the words of the Director-Secretary. Whitney M. Young. Jr executive director of the National Urban League, sug gested that the Presidential ac tion he viewed primarily as "a long over due launching base for new. exciting and dispassionate'* drives toward a solution of lhe nation's housing complexities Mr. Young, in a later state ment. expressed regret that pro visions ol the Order do not cover the* government-insured savings program This, it was pointed out, excludes extensive funds now un der government insurance. Whic h can be used for conventional mort gage loans. Both Mr. Knox and Mr. Young recognize the Presidential action as a climax more important than any yet attained in the battle for equal opportunity for all Americans in housing, but they caution to make it work is a challenge to all whom if is der signed to benefit. The Prexidential order marks the culmination tt' years-long battle by the Urban League, shouldcr-to-shouldcr with other agencies with parallel concerns toward access for all to a decent fireside on which to re-forge the family fabric of the United States. The NAACP leader addition ally noted that "the order does not go as far in coverage as has been recommended over a long period of years by the NAACP and more recently by the United States Commission on Civil Rights and other responsi ble organizations." The order does not cover *‘con vcntionally” financed housing. Mortgages on new housing ar ranged with federal savings and loan associations and banks with federal insurance are exempted from coverage. "Even though the order does not cover all aspects of discrimi nation in housing, it is an im portant first step," Mr. Wilkins said. "We are calling upon our branches throughout the country to seek prompt implementation locally of all applicable require ments of the President's order. We will utilize the order fully and seek to have it broadened." P#»t Most Worshipful Grand Mastor of Prince Hall Grand Lodge, was principal speaker. With Mr. Green are: William L. Murphy. Worshipful Master of Prince Hall Lodge No 24, Georgina K. Fields, Worthy Matron, Priscilla Chapter; and Mrs. Jane Lett, Grand Worthy Matron, Princo Hall Grand Chapter, O. fc. S.