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VOLUME 41—NUMBER 13 GOD WILL NOT LET HIS ML. ~*H U.S. 'GO IT ALONE ! "U.S. CANNOT 'GO IT ALONE' IDEOLOGICALLY" MRA (Moral Re-Armament) INFORMATION Service, Feb. 18 j god VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: ' " by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++ GOD'S CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH "SECOND COMING" l-S WOMAN'S 'MAN CHILD, TO RULE ALL NATIONS WITH A ROD OF IRON'I (Revelation 12:1, 5). INCOMPARABLE PROPHETESS, REVELATOR FATHER, SON, AND HOLY GHOST'S GREATEST MARY, BAKER EDDY I— IS T-H-A-T "WOMAN" I (Matthaw 13:33) , GOD'S 'RIGHT HAND' THE MOTHER CHURCH, THE F I R S T CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, IN BOSTON, MASS. IS THE GIFT TO, AND GUIDE OF, MANKIND ! 'HEALER OF THE (Saa ALONE, Paga 2) "FLU HITS 15.000 HERE. SHORT OF EPIDEMIC" Datroit New*, Feb. 20 LAST WEEK'S ISSUE OF THE DETROIT TRIBUNE EXPOSED FLU AS F-E-A-R, ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.), MY-T-H-I-C-A-L PHENOMENA I AND THAT GOOD, INFINITE GOD, IS THE TRUE CONTAGION DEMONSTRATED BY CHRISTLIKE CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS) NON-CHRIST SCIENTISTS ARE RIP VAN WINKLES ! MORAL AND SPIRITUAL CRIPPLES I PRISONERS OF THE DEVIL I PERSONS OF DEFECTIVE SANITY, JUDGMENT, HONESTY, INTELLIGENCE I "FLU HITS 15,000 HERE, SHORT OF EPIDEMIC" An estimated 15,000 Datroitara ara ill with different kinds of uppar raspiratory virus disaasa, and probably another 15,000 have had it in the last weak and ara recover ing, City Health Charles P. Anderson said today. k > f * (SO "FLU," Paga 9) "ENLISTS MUNICIPAL OFFICERS TO SUPPORT CONSTITUTION" By Douglas Glazier, of Suburban Bureau, Detroit News, Feb. 22 William G. Kirby, a Grosso Points Farms coucilman and president of the Michigan Municipal League, is wag ing a personal campaign to win support for the new state < constitution from city and village officials throughout Michi gan. Kirby ravaalad today that the league is mailing all of its 434 member cities and villages samples of resolutions which would urge their local voters to approve the new constitution April 1. e • * "MARQUIS CHILDS SAYS: "UNIONS PERIL FREE UNIONISM" Washington, Jan. 28 Detroit News While the incident of the caracul skins may be only a pinprick in e time of massive troubles, it is symptomatic of the arbitrary power of the trade unions as it compounds the problems of American foreign policy. One aim of that policy has been to help preserve the independence of the landlocked country of Afghanistan, with its long border with the Soviet Union and its quarrel with its next-door neighbor, Pakistan. Afghanistan's prin cipal means of earning dollars, and thereby keeping up a trade relationship with the West, is through the sale of skins of the caracul sheep. Because of the quarrel with Pakistan this cargo is sent, not through Pakistani ports, but transshipped across Rus sia. Last fall 40 bales of these skins came as high-priority freight to New York on the Queen Mary. The International Longshoremen's Association refused to unload them be cause they were marked "transshipped via the US3R." • • • SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF - EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING 1 - 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!^. - jWy ♦ CkM—#«H«f -o • Mat*., OW:" wr Dtvtn. Crwiawr *.r TK. invmcfM. Triumphal* Olvin. RlfhH •# Man oATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1963 348 Released From Jail After Freedom Rides Threatened BUMF IIP i S*' tm nKpit dmi ' ■ ' < ISilPlllliflßFlPf vj • ffta L k - J •* Iffv. L • y „ m w.. i Boston's Mayor John F. Col lins, seated, took out his NAACP life membership here this week from Kivio Kaplan, standing, Boston industrialist. Mayor Collins purchased his Esther LaMarr Supports 5 Official Detroit reaction to five bills introduced into the Michi gan House of Representatives designed to combat the problems of unemployment and delinqu ency of youth came today from Mrs. Esther R. LaMarr. executive secretary of tl.v Detroit Commis sion on Children and Youth. "Mayor Cavanagh and I agree," ssid Mrs. LaMarr, "that this leg islative package, called the Michi gan Youth Opportunities Propo sals, clearly represents the think ing of leading professionals in the field of youth services in Detroit and Michigan. They are also solidly supported by the youth- serving agencies of our state." Two of the bills propose to establish’ a rehabilitation camp and regional detention facilities for delinquent boys. The remain ing three are geared to treat the problem of youth unemployment. "One Os the employment bills" stated Mrs. LaMarr, "will es tablish programs throughout the state modeled after Detroit's successful job upgrading efforts for school dropouts. This effort involves in-school training end subsidized work experience lead ing to the greater employability of the unemployed 5c..00l drop out." The Michigan Youth Opportuni ties Proposals will complement »»iul implement tnc Federal Youth Employment Oppui.unities Act of 1963. &?: Si ' ; • BTm jlsjl M v jfi * Sm£ fig | diS jusfi JKLjST . Wmm wm 1 hm# Dr. Norman Drachlor, assist ant suparintandant In ehafga of school ralations and apacial sarvicas of tha Datroit Pub lic School systam, apoka ra cantly at tha Bookar T. Wash ington Trada Association 'tuncboon. Plct u r ad abova. Setting the Pace 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN membership on the occasion of the Boston NAACP's 50th anni versary year. Mr. Kaplan is national NAACP life member ship chairman. Youth Bills labor Dept Booklet Praises Emancipation Proclamation Holiday WASHINGTON. D. C—Secre tary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz has announced the release of the booklet “A mer ic a is for Everybody” as a Department of Labor contribution to the national commemoration of the 100th an niversary of tl.v signing of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Lincoln. In releasing th c publication, Secretary Wirtz stated: “The American Negro has made tremendous strides in the past 100 years. It has been a most difficult path. To say mere ly that the Negroes’ progress has not been easily gained is a passive and indefensible euphem ism; when the truth of the mat ter is tl.’at every step along the way has been hard-won... every tout ct progress has had to be chopped laboriously through' a jungle of prejudice and dis crimination. from loft to right (seated) oro Dr. Remus Robinson, mombor of tho Board of Idwcatlon; D.-achlor, Chariot Harris, af> filiatod with tho Boy Scout of Amorica movomont; Tho Rtv. Carlyslo F. Stewart, pastor of P o o p I o'o Community Church, Baltimore Movie | Drops Color Bari BALTIMORE, Md. Charles McDew, Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Com mittee (S.NCC) wired “congratula tions” to 348 Morgan State Col lege students and memoers of tnc Civic Interest Group (CIG) who successfully integrated the Northwood Movie Threatre re cent#. In past weeks, at least 450 student were arrested at the theatre. Clarence Logan. Chairman of Maryland Civic Interest Groups, haiu tne theatre had been the scene of protests since ’53. SNCC Chairman McDew ban wired Balti more Mayor Philip II Goodman on rcbruuiy 19— when 218 were in ill protesting the shameful jaiiing of Morgan State students ....We urge you to use the in liuence of your office to drop fraudulent charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing against tnese students. McDew, w». o ueaug the Atlanta based SNCC, also wired SNCC’s support to the jailed students. His telegram, sent .o uiObC in jail in care of CIG head Clarence Logan, read: "The Student Nonviolent Co ordinating Committee supports Morgan State students coura geously acting for their rights. We congratulate you on your efforts end have friends on the East Coast to stand ready to act if necessary." In (AUfcnta, McDew said the SNC(/ office had contacted stu dent groups throughout the South to ‘stand by” for possible luture action. At least two groups, he reported, had sent telegrams of support. They are the Atlanta Committee On Ap peal for Human Rights, and the Nashville Student Nonviolent Movement. "The victory is yours, McDew wired Morgan students and the CIG today. "As long as students in Atlanta and Nashville cere about students in Baltimore, then the movement against segregation will continue," he said. The Student Nonviolent Co ordinating Committee is an At lanta-based student anti segrega tion organization. SNCC Field Secretaries work on direct action programs and voter registration projects in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and Ar kansas. Probation For Pastor; Woman Starts Blaze By Isaac Jones The Rev. Frederick Douglas, 82, of 5288 Sccbaldt, pastor of Macedonia Church of God in Christ, 7324 Central, was placed on four years’ probation and SSOO costs. * * • Mrs. Rose Lee Dorsey, 33. of 3287 Meldrum, was charged with burning an occupied building and preparation to burn a building Monday, in a warrant issued by the prosecutor's office. and modorator of tho mooting; (standing) Fred Harris, a teach* or in tho Detroit Public School system end chairman of tho Detroit Branch NAACP Educa tion Committee, end St. Clair Billups, principal of Sampson School. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 New Division Manager .Mm -HMMP m fps » jggr m iHfei S' BBi B Charles (Chuck) Miller, of 16165 Princeton, has been nam ed divisional sales manager CIVIL RIGHTS NEWS NEW YORK A total of nine New York City CORE members have been arrested on trespassing charges as a result of sit-ins involving a case of housing discrimination here. Joseph A. Lawson, a Negro, was told by the owner of an apartment building that the apartment he wanted was “vacant but not tor rent.” Later, a white CORE member applied for the apartment and was told that it was avail ; able. * * • ROCHESTER. N.Y. ln a sit-in which began at 3:45 A M., members of Rochester, New York CORE and other community leaders protested police brutality in that city. | The sit-in took place in the Rochester police station and : has continued for several days. According to a CORE spokes : man. “We will continue to sit-in at least until Sunday until our demands are met.” * * * ATLANTA, Ga. After three members of the Stu dent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) were turn ed away from a Howard Johnson’s restaurant here recently, SNCC Chairman Charles McDew told Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., that “Atlanta will never join the front rank of Ameri ca’s cities until every vestige of racial segregation has been removed.” * * * NEW YORK A recent direct action employment project of Brooklyn CORE is featured in a five-page pictor ial article in the March 1963 issue of EBONY magazine. Photographed by Bob Aldelman, the article titled “Civil Rights: Northern Style.” tells of the successful integration of a Brooklyn Bakery chain’s 600-person work force. * * * TALLADEGA Ala. At the request of the State of Alabama, hearings on a temporary restraining order against anti-segregation demonstrators here have been continued until March 13 to give the State “additional time to amend its plea.” * * * GREENWOOD, Miss. Samuel Block, field secretary for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, report ed today that four Negro businesses on the same block as the SNCC office here were burned to the ground last week. Block said that Mrs. Nancy Brand, a worker in the SNCC office here, reported an anonymous telephone call in which a man’s voice asked her if s v ? ever came to the office. When she said yes, the voice taid, “You won’t be going there no more. That’s been taken care of.” * * * NEW YORK. N.Y., The first New Yort fair employ ment. boycott campaign to cover the entire, vast metro politan area, ended saccessfully on February 21 with an agreement between National Dairy Products Corporation and CORE. Not only docs the agreement include specific provisions for monthly consultations with CORE review Sealtest for hiring of Negroes and Puerto Ricans, but it provides progress in minority employment.” Also, the company agrees to “furnish CORE a list of names, addresses and telephone numbers of minority persons presently employ ed ... and minority persons as they are hired.” Negroes and Puerto Ricans will be employed in several job categor ies previously barred to them including salesmen, route men and clerks. 10c of its new central city division by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Cos., cf Detroit, Inc.