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"TOUGHS WILL BE BOYS "BTS TRIP JARS 16 DELINQUENTS" By Warren Stromberg, Mar. 26, Free Press • • • MOST "COME FROM LARGE FAMILIES"! GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: by Andrew F. Fruehauf, CS. +++ WE REITERATE: THE FOLLIES OF THE SATANIC, M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L, ANTI-CHRIST —PSYCHOPATHIC ADAMS, EVES, MURDEROUS CAINS, JUDASES KNAVES AND FOOLS ! THE EGO AND PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN BIRTHS AND PARENTHOOD ! REPUDIATED BY C-H-I-L-DLE-SS CHRIST JESUS' PLANNED N-O-N PARENTHOOD! - 'MULTIPLYING LIKE RABBITS'! - SATAN SIN S-E-X RAMPANT, SMOTHERING POTENTIAL' SPIRITUAL PERCEPTION OF SUPERSATURATED, INCORRUPTIBLE, UNINVADABLE, OMNIPRESENT HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE ! - ETERNALLY, (See BOYS, Page 2) FREE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURES. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, PLYMOUTH CHURCH 1100 W. Ann Arbor Trail, 8:00 P.M. FRANK T. HORD. C.S. Sentinel, Mar. 23 GOOD FRIDAY FRIDAY, APRIL 12 PALMS THEATRE 2lll Woodward Av«., 1 P.M, MARY WELLINGTON GALE - (Joint Locture). NO COLLECTIONS EVER. "AIR CRASH, AUTO WRECK .. . 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Director; Field Head Named STAFF PROMOTIONS BY CCR Detroit School Millage, Bond Issue Defeated Voters may have been protest ing interracial relationships in tue Detroit Public School sys tem wnen they voted overwhel mingly to defeat two school pro posals. There had been a strong appeal made in the Negro com munity to withhold ’ lax money trom Jim Crow schools.” The 12.8 mill special tax pro posal was defeated by a 3 to 2 vote and the S9O million dollar scnool construction bond issue proposal was rejected by 2 to 1. a million cut is lacing De troit schools. Hie siogan “No Tax To Help Jim Crow” has been widely puolished by the national office oi me NAACP and all of their s mourners and friends have been asked to pay Federal Income faxes under protest because fed eral funds arc being used in the South to maintain tnc status quo insolar as segregation is con cerned. However, the Detroit Branch, NAACP opposed the forces led by the militant Reverend Albert B. Clcage, Jr, pastor of Central Congregational Church, in an at tempt to bring economic press ure to bear upon the Detroit board of Education as a means of causing the Board to recog nise that inferior school condi tions in the Negro community would not be tolerated. The Reverend Cleage, Contri buting Editor of the Illustrated News, a bi-weekly publication that denounced the millage and bond proposals, debated the is sue publicly many times with school teachers, representatives of the school system, labor lead ers, and members of the Demo cratic party. At one time during the high ly controversial campaign, Rev erend Cleage was scheduling two or more of these debates in the same day. The Detroit Public Schools cannot, because of Michigan law, schedule millage election. The special 7.5 mill operating tax approved by Detroit voters in | April, 1959, and first levied as of July, 1959, will expire auto matically June 30, 1964. Gov. Romney called Tuesday for an urgent meeting with De troit public school officials and legislative leaders to clear the way for a possible special school millagc election. In order for Detroit to hold a special millage election, the Michigan Legislature would have to pass a special act. If per mission were then granted, the school system would have to foot the bill estimated at SIOO,- 000. 6 Jailed After Pine Bluff, Ark. Hotel 'Sleep-In' PINE BLUFF, Arkansas. Mar. 2(> Six young Negroes—mem bers of the Pine Bluff Movement —were arrested Monday night, March 25 for ‘ loitering” when they refused to leave the lobby of a segregated hotel that had refused to honor their reserva tions The six—Ruthic Buffington, Mildred Neal, Shirley Baker, James Jones, Leon Nash and Spurgel Hicks, all former stu dents at Arkansas AM. AN. College suspended for partici pating in anti segregation dem onstrations—were arrested in the lobby of the Pines Hotel. According to Bill Hansen, a field secretary from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Commit tee (SNCC) who has. been work ing with the Pine Bluff Move ment since demonstrations be gan here February 1, the six had entered the Pines Hotel at 8:00 Monday with reservations obtain ed by Hanson for “Leon Nast and a party of six.” The hotel refused !• honor the reservations, Hanson said, and the six Negroes decided to re main in the lobby until they re ceived accommodations Pine Bluff police arrested them near midnight that same night. 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN * ill ■ m* \ ■t mk \ ■ J. Paul Austin, president, The Coca-Cola Company, At lanta, Ga., will be honored as a "Good American" by The Chicago Committee of One Hundred on April 6, during ceremonies at McCormick PI., Chicago. A native of LaGrange, Ga., Mr. Austin has been as sociated with the Coca-Cola business since 1949 when he joined The Coca • Cola Com pany's legal department. A graduate of Harvard University and the Harvard Law School, Mr. Austin practiced law in New York City before entering the Navy in World War II as/ an intelligence officer. He saw/ combat service in the South* west Pacific and was awarded the Legion of Merit. During 1945-1949, the "Good Ameri-L Police "Manhandling" Charged At Station ATLANTA. Ga. March 26 An Atlanta-based Southwidc anti-segregation organization has complained to Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen. Jr. about “manhandl ing” and “continued harrass ment of Negroes” at the Union Train Terminal here. The telegrammed protect fol lowed a Tuesday, March 26 inci dent during which a uniformed Atlanta policeman “manhandled a Student Nonviolent Coordinat ing Committee (SNCC) worker Wm. Patrick, Jr. Nominated As County Head Detroit Councilman William T. Patrick, Jr., Tuesday was nomin ated by his fellow Councilmen for the chairmanship of the Wayne County Board of Super visors. The desig nation virtual ly assures him of the chair manship since the hoard tra dition all y elects the council nom inee as chair man in two of every three years. kftviF If elected April 9, Patrick will become the first Negro t« serve as chairman of the 11-member board which runs the county. His nomination was made at an informal council caucus. Patrick who will get sls a day for board and committee meet ings—the same pay as other supervisors—is finishing up a term as chairman ot the Ways and Means Committee. can" honoree was engaged in the practice of corporate law. Mr. Austin was elected vice president of the Coca-Cola Ex port Corporation In 1954 and was placed in change of the African area. Since 1954, all of Mr. Austin's positions with Coca-Cola have been elective posts. In 1958, he returned to New York to become executive vice president of the Export Corp., while a year later, he was elevated to the presidency of that unit of The Coca-Cola Company in 1960. Upon be coming president of the Atlan ta-based soft drink firm in May, 1962, Mr. Austin remain ed as president of the Export Corp. He is 48 years old, mar ried, and the father of two your.g sons. simply because she was using the so-called ‘white’ facilities at the train station.” In Ins protest to Mayor Allen, i SNCC Chairman Charles Me- Dew asked the mayor to ‘ take I immediate steps to assure that 1 all Americans can travel freely in and out of this city.” SNCC officials here said that Ruby Doris Smith of Atlanta, a member of SNCC’s Executive ! Committee, was accosted by a policeman in the lady's lounge j at the train station. The police ! man asked her what she was, do’- ing there and "if 1 knew where I was.” Miss Smith reported. “I told him that I was in the Cnion interstate train station in Atlan ta,” she said. "You can’t stay in here." the policeman told her. Miss Smith said she then left the station to see if a taxi she had called had arrived. When she turned to walk back inside to take her seat, the officer asked her "Where do you think you’re going?” she reported. She told him that she intended to go back inside and sit down, and the po liceman "grabbed my arm and threw me up against the wall.” "1 asked him if I was under arrest, and he said ’What do you think?’’, she said. The policeman then put in a call for additional officers, in eluding detective R. E. Little. Lit tle conferred with the policeman who had detained her, and the latter said ‘*C»o on. Get out!" Miss Smith s,aid she then went back inside the station, took her seat, and waited until the cab she had called arrived. Miss Smith said she was re turning to Atlanta from a two week tour of Mississippi, where SNCC has several voter repistra tion projects. She also spent some time in Knoxville, Tennes- ! see where she participated in a demonstration against a avgre-1 gated theatre. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 Coles, Cowley Longtime Members Os Commission W f ✓ ■BH^h i .i bAm mV 4 JOSEPH C. COLES The Commission on Community Relations, (CCR), today an nounced the promotion of two staff members to supervisory positions. Mr. David C. Cowley has been promoted to assistant director, and Mr. Joseph C. Coles will head ti e Field Investigation Divi sion of the CCR, Detroit’s hu man relations agency. Mr. Cowley, who formerly headed the Field Division, will fill the vacancy created when Mrs. Beulah T. Whitby, the form er assistant director, retired in September of 1962. Mr. Coles has served on the staff as a Community Relations Investigator since 1946 when he i was appointed to the Mayor’s In terracial Committee by the late Mayor Edward J. Jeffries, Jr. “I am very pleased to have Mr. Cowley and Mr. Coles in these positions.” said Mr. Rich ard V. Marks, CCR secretary director. “This gives us the op portunity to build on their staff experience, as well as their widely varied and valuable hu man relations background.” “In filling the Civil Service position of assistant director, the CCR asked that a competitive examination be given that was open to all members of the staff, municipal employees and persons in the community,” Mr. Marks stated. “Mr. Cowley heads the Civil Service list of eligible and avail able applicants and has been cer tified to the position. “In this position, he will assist in the planning, coordination and evaluation of CCR activities in cluding the program develop ment and operation of the three staff divisions: Education. Field Investigation, and Research and Information." Mr. Marks said Mr. Cowley, who holds a Mast er of Social Work degree from Wayne State University, will also supervise graduate social work Mississippi Nightriders Attack Negro's Home GREENWOOD. Miss. A mid night shotgun attack last night on the home of Dewey Greene, Sr.—father of the second Negro to try to enter the University of Mississippi—was protested very strong! by Charles McDew, chairman of the Student Non violent Coordinating Committee, today. McDew wired Attorney Gen eral Robert F. Kennedy:- These nighttime attacks on our staff and on Greenwood citiiens must be stopped. We u- r ge vou to act immediately to insure the safety of all cit izens in Mississippi, particular ly thosa active in voter regis tration. McDew also protested the shooting to Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett: Last night, nightriders at tacked the home of a Green wood citizen. The lawlessness in your state c ennot be toler ated any longer. We urge you ATLANTA, Ga. Mrs. Ooretta Scott King, wife of the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Con ference, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave birth to a 9 pound, 6 ounce babv girl today. This is the couple's fourth child. The other children are: Yolando Denise. 7; Martin Luther 111. 5; Dexter Scott, 2. io< students doing their field work in community organization, a responsibility for the training and work of three field investi gators, connection with the Fair Neighborhood Practices Ordi nance. "Mr. Coles’ experience in in tergroup relations work, his knowledge of the community and his ability to negotiate difficult human relations problems will be fully utilized in this position,” Mr. Marks said. Mr. Cowley has also partici pated in various human relations workshops, including the one* on police-community relations spon sored by the Detroit Round Table of Catholics, Jews and Protestants and Michigan Stale University. Chief among the organizations oi which he is a member arc the Trade Union Leadership Council, NAACP, and the American Civil Liberties Union lie lives with his wife, the former Donna Gullett, and their two children, ages 2 and 2. at 16519 Griggs. Mr. Coles has attended Paine College in Augusta, Georgia, and the Howard University Law School in Washington, D. C. Active in community affairs, Mr Coles is president of the De troit Inter-Alumni Council of the United Negro College Fund and serves on the Michigan Civil Service Commission's Hearing Panel Board. He Js a life member of the NAACP, and belongs to the Coun cil on Political Education and the Booker T Washington Bum ness Association. He is married to the former Ruth White. The couple resides at 1901 Orleans. The Commission on Communi ty Relations seeks through edu cation, negotiation and research to achieve equality of opportunity in all areas of life by removing barriers to understanding based on race, religion or nationality. DAVID C COWLEY to use your executive powers to guarantee the safety of all citiiens in Greenwood, Missis sippi. Last night about midnight, George Greene, a Greenwood high school student who has been working closely with SNCC’s voter registration drive here, was driven home and immediate ly after he entered the house, two shotgun blasts shattered the front door and bedroom window. No one was injured. Green's eldest son, Dewey, Tr. is petitioning the Federal Court to enter Ole Miss. Robert Moses, director of SNCC’s statewide voter registra tion program, said early this morning that the shooting might have been an attempt to intimi date George Green from work ing with he voter drive. Green said- “I do not intend to stop my work with SNCC until all Negroes arc registered to vote in LeFlore County."