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VOLUME 41—NUMBER 23 ALA. COMMISSIONER "BULL" CONNOR IS DEFENSE WITNESS IN BIAS TRIAL "END OF WAR INEVITABLE - TOYNBEE" GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE*: ,rolf F ** Pr * SS ’ M#Y 2 by Andrew F. Fruehauf, C.S. +++ MY DEAR SON, ARNOLD: AMEN ! WARS ARE MYTHS !!! "THE NEW HEAVEN AND THE NEW EARTH" (Rev. 21:1) SUPERSATURATE THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE ! IMPLIED IN GENESIS F-l-R-S-T CHAPTER, WHERE GOD l-S GOD! N-O-T THE SATANIC, ANTI CHRIST, ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS ! M-Y-T-H-S ! BURLESQUES I— DECEIVING THE SATAN BOUND, THE ADAM-EVE NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY, LAYMEN, LEADERS, MASSES ! GENESIS F-l-R-S-T CHAPTER _ IN THE LIGHT OF CHRIST JESUS TOGETHER WITH THE CHRIST SCIENCE FULFILLMENT OF THE PROMISED 'COMFORTER/ REVEALING 'A COMPLETE AND FINAL REVELATION/ WHICH THAT 'WICKED AND ADULTEROUS GENERATION' COULD NOT BEAR" ! REVEALS E-X-C-L-U-S-l-V-E-N-E-S-S OF A "VERY GOOD" UNIVERSE! PERFECT! "FINISHED"! (See WAR, Page 2) "55.000 NEEDLESS DEATHS YEARLY?" N.Y. Trib., May 1 GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: PNEUMONIA TAKING MORE THAN CANCER' I NON CHRIST SCIENTIST M-Y-T-H-S ! OF SATAN. SIN. S-E-X! HUMAN BIRTHS, D-l-S-E-A-S-E, DEATH ARE ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS I N-O-T-H-l-N-G-N-E-S-S i "SECOND COMING." CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH. IS GAINING STEADY MOMENTUM IN ACHIEVING THE CHRISTIAN WORLD ASPECTS OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST! - REVEALING THE PERFECTION OF THE ONE, R-E-A-L UNIVERSE I— IMPLIED IN GENESIS F-l-R-S-T CHAPTER. (See DEATHS, Page 2) "A LAWFUL MOVE FOR WRONG REASON "DEM RECOUNT CYNICISM" GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: "EVERY MORTAL A LIAR" (Romans) 'OF TWO EVILS, CHOOSE THE LESSER'! OF THE SATAN BOUND THE NON-CHRIST SCIENTISTS WHO ARE THE MOST FLAGRANT LIARS? WHO ARE THE MOST FLAGRANT VICTIMS OF THE ANTI-CHRIST, SATAN, SIN, SEX BIRTHS 'FLOODS' LUNACY ! TREASON !? LABOR I ROMAN CATHOLICS ! AND OTHER SATAN BOUND 'CHRISTIANS'! HEBREWS VICTIMS OF THE SATANIC MINORITY OF HEBREW LEADERSHIP, WHO EXPLOIT S-E-X FOR WEALTH ! AND PROMOTE VIOLATIONS OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS ! AND ADULT AND JUVENILE DELINQUENCY ! PART 2 TYPICAL DEVIL'S DUPES, 'SUCKERS/ DEPUTIES, SABOTEURS OF DETROIT AND MICHIGAN - WALTER REUTHER, EMIL MAZEY, 'BRING THE BOYS BACK HOME' LUNACY ! AFTER DEFEAT OF JAPAN AIDING THE REDS' BUILDUP ! GUS SCHOLLE, LYNN BARTLETT, AND MACKIE, CONSTRUCTION ROAD COMMISSIONER, WHO LOVES HIS LANSING HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION EMPIRE— TOO MUCH— FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD I SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF - EXQUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING! - AND EXPOSURE OF THE M-Y-T-H-S _r_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! LAYMEN I LEADERS I MASSES! k (.presenting Dlvin# PwWlg j, #r Crusader For Tho Invincible Triumphant Divine Right* SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1963 Si J < i • ? i f[ REV. F. L. SHUTTLESWORTH 1 IpPlrWl; REV. W. T. WALKER Detroit Church Council Honors Dr. R. C. Hertz A Citation of Appreciation was presented to Dr. R ich a r and C. licit/. Senior Rabbi of Temple Doth El. on May 5 at a festive dinner honoring the tenth an niversary of l)r. llertz’ service in bis present post. The framed ci tation was signed by Dr. Allan A. Zaun, Council president Dir. C. Merrill Lenox, Council exccu tisc, and Dr. Ralph 11. Read, president of the Detroit Pastors’ Union. (Continued on Page. 4) Liberian Diplomat Barred At Cafeteria RALEIGH. N. C—The S & W Cafeteria, objective of a CORK desecration campaign- on April 30 refused to serve a diplomat of Liberia and her nephew. The diplomat is Angie Brooks. Liberia’s assistant secretary of state who had come here to talk at North Carolina State College, her nephew is Joseph (Jutland, a student at Shaw University. The ir. nager told them, as he had told CORE groups in the past, that he reserves the right to re fuse service to anyone. CORE’S campaign has been di rected at the S & W Cafeteria in Greensboro as well as the one here. In Greensboro, in fact, the campaign against S & W and the Mayfair Cafeteria became a ma jor local issue resulting in mass protest demonstrations and a boy coit of dwntown merchants. COURTROOM SEGREGATION OUTLAWED lend To Jailing, Beating, Dragging to Force Jim Crow ATLANTA- Ga The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Commit tee (SNCC) hailed a Supreme Court decision outlawing racial segregation in courtrooms. The nation s highest tribunal ruled that "state-compelled seg regation in a court of justice Is a manifest violation of the state's duty To deny no one the equal protection of its laws.” The SNCC office here said "at 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICIPGAN BIRMINGHAM. Ala. Judge W. A. Jenkins ruled that Negro leaders were guilty of criminal contempt and sentenced them to 5-days in jail and $50.00 fine each, sentencing to begin on May 16. There was no finding of civil con. tempt. An unusual feature nf the t.-ial was the calling to the witness stand by Legal Defense Fund at torneys of Eugene "Bull" Con nor, Commissioner of Public Safety and an avowed "tough" segregationist. He was examined Augusta Vote Drive Registers 3500 Citizens South's Oldest Newspaper Asks Peaceful Integration AUGUSTA. Ga.—The NAACP here reported this week that 3,500 additional nersons have been registered to vote during its eight week old voter registra tion campaign. Rev. R. L. Postell. chairman of the Association’s effort, which is still in progress, added in his report that mobile registration has been a key factor. Under this arrangment. the books have, been moved from community to community for the purpose of registering potential voters. The NAACP branch here has provided transportation, b lock workers and general leadership against a backdrop of another drive to secure use of public facilities and school integration. In a public meeting of the city council, Rev. C. S. Hamilton, president of the branch, has call ed for open use of public accom modations in the city and sur rounding Richmond County. NAACP youth members have conducted picket lines around Muncipal Building since then and the Augusta Chronicle, the South’s oldest newspaper, has called for peaceful integration. Nine State Anti-Bias Meet Held la Virginia NORFOLK, Va—A massive as. sault on token integration in the Mid-South was mapped at a meet ing oi civil-rights leaders here recently. The t wo• and a y conference at Virginia State College (Norfolk Division) brought together key people from nine Southern states. Many of these came from the Deep South to share experiences with leaders from North Caro lina, Virginia, and Maryland. They took part in workshops on voting, civil liner tie*, job oppor tunities, and how to end segre gation in schools, housing, and public facilities. There were also four general sessions. "The Mid South is a symbol of the tragedy of success,’’ Mrs. Ella J. Raker said in a summary .at the closing session. "We have succeeded in achieving little goals and satisfied ourselves; we failed to see that we have only scratch ed the surface.” Ibost speakers and resource persons warned participants not to wait for someone else to do least “three” incidents of court room segregation had involved SNCC workers. The anti segrega tion group maintains direct ac tion and voter registration pro grams in five deep South states. Two SNCC workers. Jesse Har ris and Luvaughn Brown, were jailed for 40 clays in the Hinds County (Jackson) Mississippi Pri. son Farm after they refused to move from the "white" section of by Mrs. Constance Baker Motley about an application for a parade permit which had been made by Revr.-end Shuttlesworth. Judge Jenkins did not allow Connor to testify about this. Mrs. Motley pui on the stand Lola Hendricks, a member of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, who testified that she went to Commissioner Connor's office to ask about a pr-mit prior to the demonstra tions and was told by him, "No, you'll not get a permit in Birm j&m * " £ ... m . J 0 E. L. Butcher, center, secre tary of a national oli compa ny's Education Committee, meets in Pittsburgh with Dr. John T. Blue, left, of Virginia Nat'l Police Week Plans Finalized Kennedy's Foreign Aid Bill Attacked By Negro Leaders NEW YORK—President Ken nedy’s African section of the j the job—but to get out and do it for themselves. "If we want liberals in office we are going to have to make them votes,” said the Rev. C. T. Vivian, of Chatta nooga, the keynote speaker. Mr. Vivian is a leader in the Tennessee Voters Council and an advocate of nonviolent direct ac tion (N. V. D. A.) lie stressed that N. V. D. A must be combined with political, legal, and economic ac tion— th.it all must be used to gether. "We changed the law and really changed very little in the segregated pattern*’’ Mr. Vivian declared. "Laws grow out of a cul ture, so now we find that we must change the whole culture from which the laws grow. There must be a full-scale assault on the status crow.” James H. Curtis, minister of the Uniterien Chwch of Nor folk, celled upon the group to "never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty end truth end compassion.... You will change the earth." a county courtroom The two were sentence*! for *‘c onte m p t of court.” burlier th.it same year. SNCC worker Mrs. Diane Nash Hevcl had served ten days after she was cited tor contempt when she refused to move from the •’white" j side of a Jackson courtroom In Albany. Georgia on Mar. 26. 1962. live people—one Negro and | four whites—were bodily dragged SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS V PE)r?f>ft^S4.SO inham. I'll picket you to the City Jail." The trial took place in a tense courtroom which included Rev. Martin Luther King and South ern Christian Leadership Con ference officials Ralph Abernathy, Fred Shuttleswot-th end Wyatt Tee Walker. The evidence put on by Birin ingham City Attorneys J. M. Breckinridge and Earl M cßee sought to prove that Negro dem onstrators had violated an in junction against unlawful picket State College and Dr. Tilman C. Cothran of Atlanta Univer sity following the educator's receipt of faculty salary sup plementation grants to conduct I Foreign Aid Bill is creating ris ing resentment in the American Negro community. Roy Wilkins, chairman of the ; call committee of the American i Negro Leadership Conference on J Africa, and executive secretary i of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored • People, has asked the President to support an increase in the I S3OO million foreign aid request | for African nations. Speaking for the Leadership Conference. Mr. Wilkins said, "the realistic need is for increased dollar aid’’ to Africa. Further. Mr. Wilkins re jected the theory “Leave the problem of aiding the emerging independent African nations pri marily to their former colonial masters.” (Continued on Page 4) PARENTS PICKET BOARD MEETING BUFFALO. N. Y—Negro par ents picketed the Buffalo Board of Education this week protesting the Board’s failure to carry out New York State’s official policy calling for maximum school de segregation. Members of the pieket line sub. sequently attended the School Board meeting where the Board was called on to immediately adopt a city wide plan of desegre gation without the necessity of appeal to the courts or to the State Commissioner of Education. from the Albany Superior Court by deputy sheriffs when they tried to sit together. SNCC work er Charles Sherrod, who hail tried to take a seat in the front or ’’white" section, was knocked down and pulled to the rear. When SNCC worker Dob Zell nor • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hayden, and Ter I.iursen, all white, tried to take rear seats with Sherrod, deputies picked them up and •.t? : 10c, I ini’ and parading issued by Jud;<> Jenkins on April 13, specifically by demonstrations on Good Fri day, when King and Abernathy were arrested, and Easter Sun day. NAACP Legal Defense Fun 1 Director-Counsel Jack Grecnbo ; said the conviction of Rev. M - tin Luther King and ten of Ivs supporters in Birmingham Corn ty will be appealed immedi ately to the Alaoama Supreme Court. a Negro, market stwey. Each educator will receive $2,500 for devoting nis talent to a a forth-coming two-month sum mer study. Open House At Local Precincts Police Commissioner George Edwards said plans were finalized by ten committees for the ob servance of the second annual "National Police Week” May 12 1 and 19 Highlighting the week will be open houses at all precinct sta tions except No. 1 (downtown). One thousand three-color pos ters. downtown store display win dows. 50.000 Police Week pro grams. 2,500 bumper stickers and a display of police vehicles on the Old City Hall site will help promote the week. "1 would like to see every man, woman and child in Detroit visit his local precinct station during these days." Commissioner Ed wards said “It is through commu. meat ions that we can improve relations.” The Police band will give a special concert Friday, 11:30 am to 1:30 p. m. on the Old City Hall site. Each precinct station (except No. 1) will have a display and give scout car rides and building tours. Hours arp 1 p. m. to 9 p.tu. Monday through Friday, 10 a ni. to 6 p. m. on Saturday. An estimated 40.1KK) persons visited 12 precinct stations last year. This year the Department will present medallions to widows of officers killed in the line of duty. The ceremony will be part of the memorial Inueheon for widows and orphans on “Peace Officers’ Memorial Day” which is May 15. (Continued on Page 4) dragged them from the court room. Mrs. Hayden was ptillcd over three rows of seats. Earlier this year, two SNCC workers were also forcibly re moved from an Albany court room. SNCC workers Zellner and liar, iis are now part of SNCC's Wil liam Moore, Freedom Walk and currently enroute from Chatta nooga, Tenn. to Jackson Mua.