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VOLUME 41—NUMBER 11 "NO U. S. TAX MONEY TO HELP SUSTAIN JIM CROW" - Roy Wilkins DEAR PRES. KENNEDY - BE COMFORTED CUBA - GOD'S INFINITE GOODNESS EXCLUDES UTTERLY THE EVIL! THE HUMAN I by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++ THE MATERIAL ! ARE MERELY SHADOWY, MORTAL T-H-O-U-G-H-T IMAGES ! ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" FRAUDS! MYTHS ! "U.S. DETAILS CUBA 'SPYING' TO FIGHT BUILDUP CHARGES" "SOVIET THREAT IS DISCOUNTED" "McNAMARA REASSURES NATION ON ARMS PERIL"- 1% hr. TV Free Press, 2-7 WASHINGTON The Kennedy Administration Wed nesday gave the nation a graphic and detailed report on the Soviet military buildup in Cuba since last summer in an effort to quell charges in Congress that a dangerous Soviet force still remains on the island. (See KENNEDY, Page 2) FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES. FRIDAY, Feb. 22, DETROIT Fifth Church, Whit more Rd. and Second Blvd. WILLIAM MILFORD COR RELL 8:00 P.M. C.S. Sentinel, Feb. 9 DETROIT NEWS, Feb. 7: T "CUBA THREAT REMAINS. ) CONGRESS CRITICS INSIST" 'McNAMARA DENIAL STIRS NEW ATTACK" , "BASES INTACT. KEATING SAYS" GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: THOSE TV AERIAL PHOTOS CERTAINLY REFUTE SENATOR KEATING ! AS IS ASSUMED IN THE COL UM!N OF THE NEWS, BY TOM JOYCE "NEW BUILDUP IS 'DISPROVED'" ROMNEY REFUSES PLATFORM TO SWAINSON! WED., FEB. 6, 11:00 PM. WIRE TO GOV. ROMNEY THE HON. GEORGE ROMNEY, GOVERNOR LANSING DEAR MR. GOVERNOR: I REJOICE OVER YOUR DE CISION REGARDING PLATFORM APPEARANCES. YOU AND THE PUBLIC ARE BEING DIVINELY PROTECTED. GOD BLESS YOU, YOURS, AND YOUR ADMINIS TRATION. Andrew Fruehauf SWAINSON PULLS 'FAST ONE' ON STAEBLER. ET AL. WHO IS 'ON THE SIDE OF THE ANGELS.' AND HOW MUCH ? BOTH ARE MORAL AND SPIRITUAL CRIPPLES! STAEBLER'S MUSTACHE IS THE DEVIL'S COMPENSATION FOR HIS SPIRITUAL IMPURITY, IMMATURITY, IN NOT SUBMITTING TO THE HEAVENLY DISCIPLINE, (See SWAINSON, Page 2) SEE BACK PAGE FOR F.IVELATIO.MS OF - EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNA* 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 1 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 D.v.n* Ri,n,, Mtn SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1963 Gov. Romney Proclaims 1963 Centennial Year Governor Romney Tuesday pro claimed 1963 as Emancipation Cen niunal Year in Michigan. At a Detroit reception held in his honor by the Michigan Div ision of the American Negro Emancipation Centennial Auin ority, Governor Romney read the following proclamation: "One hundred years ago a great president issued a great proclamation. Abraham Lincoln thus cftectively voiced for tnis nation the foundations on which we have built the cause for lib erty and equality of opportunity for all. "Today as we celebrate the one hundred and fifty-fourth an niversary of the birth ad Lincoln, let us pledge as citizens of a free nation that we will do more than merely recognize the sym bolic significance of the centen nial of the Emancipation Proc lamation. Let us pledge, not merely this year, but in the years ahead, that in the spi-rit of Lin coln we will strive to make our practices always equal our prin ciples. "If we are to realize Lincoln's dream of a society in which we all can live and work as broth ers and as equal and self-repect ing citizens we must encourage greater personal responsibility and greater personal moral in tegrity. Not since the Civil War days have we faced such a threat to our way of life, a danger brought about by the decline of religious convictions, moral strength, national purpose and .responsible brotherhood and cit izenship. "To the extent that we pos sess or lack these qualities, we will win or lose our struggle for survival." Elliott Seeks Key GOP Post; Re-Affirms Full [quality Arthur G. Elliot, Jr., has announced he would like to demonstrate his organizational talents, proven on a county party level and in a gubernatorial campaign, on a state party level. The special administrative assistant to Governor George Romney will solicit the votes of Republican delegates to the February 15*16 state convention in Grand Rapids in hope of succeeding George M. Van Peursem as head of the state GOP. Van Peursem has announced he will not seek re-election. Election to the 521,500 statj job would be another leather in the political cap oi the 4U year o;d Elliott, who successfully di rected Romney to the governor’s chair—the first such feat lor a Republican in 14 year's of Mich igan political history. n! v • • JflHI ARTHUR ELLIOTT In 1952, lie was elected pre cinct delegate from Pleasant Kidge. then the largest precinct in the slate. Elliott and his door todoor crew turned out 95 per cent of the potential precinct vote. This was the political beginn ing During his four-year tenure asi chairman, Elliott demonstrated 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN - ■s•■ ■ f f, ■■•*• ■ .zJ'.Vy <w > \ \ fraMT ; „ '^lP^mlißI 1 * >■"- ffipp 1 i WM, jSEmmt ■ fflH|H I I I | § ■ I b 1 sis l **'; ■ Dr. Broadus Butler, assistant to the Dean of Wayne State's Liberal Arts College, shows a Nigerian Chief's stool to Mayor Cavanagh and Arts Commission NAACP Seeks NLRB Ruling To End Trade Union Prejudice WASHINGTON, D. C—ln fur-, therance of its stepped-up cam paign to enlarge job opportuni ties for Negro workers, the Na tional Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People to day (Monday. Feb. 11) called up on the National Labor Relations his skill in organizing a grass roots campaign tliut paid real div idends for his party. Despite stitf Democratic opposition, me county nnniiucc pioaucod a near clean sweep of 24 out of 27 contests. Asa fellow Oakland County del egate, Romney learned to respect Elliott's hard work and organiza tional ability. On May 17, 15H>2| Elliott was named by gubernator ial candidate Romney as campaign chairman. Elliott's campaign staff was completely Integrated. Negroes served in key secretarial, admin istrative and stragety assignments. All ethnic groups were represen ted. Elliott stated, "the future success and growth of the Repub lican Party in Michigan lies in its responsibility to serve all of the citizens of the State. The Repub- j lican Party is a citizens party without regard to race, color or .*eligion of its members. We shall pledge our full support of the principals of equality, equal rights, equal protection, and opportunity under the law for all citizens. We resolve to eliminate discrimination based upon differences of relig ion, rece, color or national origin. We shall strive to eliminate all barriers to equal oppc. tunity in the field of employment, educa tion, housing and public accomo dation. We support and will im plement the civil rights provis ions of the new state constitu tion, including the creetion of the Civil Rights Commission." President Lawrence A. Fleis chman, as the Detroit Chapter of the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History pledged $50,000 for pu-rchase Hoard for a ruling that: 1. A union which discriminates against Negro employees can not qualify "as the appropriate bargaining agent for employees in a bargaining unit"; 2. "No bargaining agent may be certified by the Board if it violates its statutory duty of fair representation by segregating em ployees on a racial basis, ex cluding them from membership, or discriminating against them in their status as employees in DROP 3 FROM SUIT TALLADEGA, Ala.—The State of Alabama has dropped three of the defendants from its law suit to cripple integration work in Alabama. The Rev. Norman C Jimmer son, Miss Joanne Grant and Carl Urudcn were removed Irom the ease by Judge William C. Sul livan in State Circuit Court here. GOP SCORES WHITE HOUSE EMANCIPATION CENTENNIAL FLING "The holding of a cocktail party at the White House in order to celebrate the Emancipation Proclamation centennial, ih in ex tremely bad taste." This was the commen of Grant Reynolds, legal counsel to Re publican National Chairman Wil liam E. Miller, upon the announce ment by the White House that 800 guests would be officially en tertained the evening of Feb. 12, Lincoln's birthday. Mr. Reynolds is a practicing attorney of White Plains, New York. In an unprecedented strategic meve, Jack Gibbs, candidate for SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4 50 of African art for the new Gallery at a fund kick-off meet* ing Sunday, at the Institute. —Photo by Sonny Edwards the unit"; and 3. The certified bargaining agent be required to give all the employees "opportunity to deli bc ate, discuss, and fashion the employment terms on an equal basis," including the right to participate in the election of officers of the union. Natl Negro History Week ’* ' ' 1 - ; X ; “ ’ V’ The United Committee on Negro History held its 38th annual national Negro his tory Week Ceremonies Sunday, Feb. 10 at Wayne State Uni versity's McGregor Memorial Auditorium. Shown, left to the Republican State Chairman ship, caucused with Wayne |Ucc llTctTon Friends Urged To Pay Income Tax Under Protest NEW YORK Koy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary, this week called on the Association members and friends throu h out the country to pay their Federal income tax this year under protest against the use oi lax funds for segregated instil i Hons, facilities and services. This action is designed to den • castrate to President Kennedy the need to "issue a single sweep ing Executive Order which will stop, once and tor all, any at. i u'l grunt.', loans, sudsidies an 1 supports to states which refu to obey the Constitution an 1 which use this money lor segre gated and discriminatory activ ities." .Mr Wilkins empha si / e and "that everybody should pay hi.i taxes, but every taxpayer has the right to make known his ob jection to the use of his taxes in ways that undermine the Con stitution of the I'nited States" The NAACP executive advised every person paying his income tax between now and April 15 *o enclose a statement protest ing "the expenditure of any of his payments on programs in states which segregate and dis criminate." MAHALIA JACKSON IN TELEVISION SERIES Mahalia Jackson, internationally renowned gospel singer, sings five spirituals in the second of a two part series titled "And Joy Is My Witness” on "Lamp Unto My Feet" Sunday, Feb. 17, (10:00- 10:30 a. m. EST> on the CISS Television Network. right, are: George Edwards, De troit Commissioner of Police, Dr. James Nabritt, Dean of the College of Law, at Howard Uni versity, and Mr. Louis C. Blount, P-esident of Great Lakes Me tuat Insurance Company. County Delegates in his attempt to gain support for his bid for the GOP key pest.