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Crut.d.r For Th. tn.incibl. TriumpK.nt Divin. 'C uiQU VOLUME 41—N "THE TRAGuIY OF TODAY'S TEENS" "UNWED GIRLS ROCKET U.S. ABORTION RATE TO 2 MILLION A YEAR" FrM Press, June 14 • • • GOO VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: by Andrew F. Frueheuf, CS. +++ MORE OF 'THE DEVIL USING SCRIPTURE' ! (Lincoln, Shakespeare). O, THE SATAN BOUND CLERGY ATTRIBUTING S-E-X TO ME ! (Billy Graham, father of five ... I) SATAN, SIN, S-E-X LUST BIRTHS 'FLOODS' LUNACY! TREASON! JESUS: "WOE UNTO THEM WITH CHILD! BLESSED ARE THE BARREN, THE WOMBS THAT NEVER BEAR" ! "THIS WORLD SHALL PASS AWAY" ! DAMNED M-Y-T-H ! (See TEENS, Page 9) "JACK MANNING SAYS: "WE'RE UNDERGOING HIGH SEWAGE MARK IN OUR READING" Free Press, June 20 * * * GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: AMEN, MR. MANNING! HOW DO THE DETROIT TIGERS SPEND THEIR EVENINGS? TO COMPETE WITH THE N.Y. YANK GOLIATHS, YOU NEED TO LAY OFF OF THE GOLIATHS' VICES ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND LUSTFUL ENTERTAIN MENT ! THE ANTI-CHRIST, ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS I M-Y-T-H-S I N-O-T-H-l-N-G-N-E-S-S I JESUS' "MY FATHER'S BUSINESS" 'HEAVEN AT HAND, WITHIN YOU' ! IS APPREHENDED VIA CHRIST SCIENCE PURITY, DEDICATION, CONSECRA TION, WITH THE AID OF WARRIOR ANGEL MICHAEL TO DEMONSTRATE CHRISTLY MANHOOD I IN THE SPIRITUAL "WARFARE WITH THE WORLD, THE FLESH, AND THE DEVIL"! FORTUNATELY, MERELY ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS ! MpY-T-H-S I N-O-T H-I N-G N-E-S-S ! 'THE THINGS SEEN, TEMPORAL' (St. Paul) THE EVIL I THE HUMAN I THE MATERIAL! (See MANNING, Page 2) HELL, FIRES, DEVIL - SATAN'S FIRES HERE. VIA CIGARETTES I * * * BOSTON. MASS. FIRES - '40% OF CIGARET-SMOKING SLEEPERS' I Christian Science Sentinel, June 1, "Signs of the Times, GIVES EXCERPTS FROM A SUPERB EDITORIAL IN ZIONS HERALD, NEW ENGLAND METHODIST MONTH LY, BOSTON, MASS. * * • "SIGNS OF THE TIMES" Probably no single person in this country has waged a more relentless warfare against the cigaret than Dr. Richard H. Overholt, director of the Overholt Thoracic Clinic of Boston. ... Speaking at a dinner of the New England Baptist Hospital recently, Dr. Overholt made an exceedingly prac tical suggestion that smoking be outlawed within hospital walls. * * * THE TWO' WEATHERS: Droughts, Hurricanes, Floods: DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD GOD'S! (Gen. 2:7. etc.) EXCESS RAIN. HEAT. COLD OF SATAN BOUND: EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES! WHITEWASH THERAPEUTICS I M-Y-T-H-S! THE UNIVERSE IS 100% OF THOUGHT! God's Christ Scientist—THE REAL: "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIVE, AND MOVE, AND BREATHE,” AND HAVE OUR BEING ! - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN. HEAVEN AT HAND WITHIN YOU ! E-XC-LU- S l-V-E R-EA-L-I-T-Y OF GOD'S HEAVEN AND ETERNA LIFE NO BIRTHS I DEATHS, SIN, MATTER, HELL AND THEIR FATHER THE DEVIL GIOANTIC: AOAAA-E FRAUDS M-Y-T-H-S I G»n. 1:27: "MALE A FEMALE •N O N E AS PER C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S JESUS I AND GRE EST MARY, BAKER EDDY'S MORE THAN 40 YEARS V. 31: "AND GOD SAW E-V-E-R-Y TH,NG ITHE ONE R-E-A-L PARENT I CREATOR HONORED BY THI C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS I] HAD MAD , AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS l-l-S-J VERY GOOD" ! SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 More Than 125.000 Marchers Bring NEW DAY HERE Every seat in Convention Arena was filled and the crowd . . Negroes will occupy posi tions in the commercial and political areas of life in our community that they have never been seriously con sidered for before. The tremendoud participa tion in ‘‘Freedom Walk” has shown the world that in the global awakening to united, progressive action Negroes in Michigan have not been left behind. The political and economic unity develop Housing Survey Touches Dilemmu Information gathered during and since the march of Sunday, —June 23 by a survey of Sunday National Homemakers Guild, Guild., indicates that although housing is one of the fields in which there is great concern open occupancy does not appear, to a sizeable portion of those questioned, to be a practical so lution. One respondent put it this way, “I have been offered an oppo utndy to purchase a GI home in Warren, Michigan and where as I feel that it would altogether benefit my children to live then formative years i:i anew house I it seems unwise to subject them to a continual atmosphere of hate even though I have been •sstired that the state police would take steps to guarantee the safety of the family. "1 have no objection to Negro neighbors. 1 do not believe that the value of my property is di minished if 1 live among my people. "In other American cities I hava scan beautiful developments planned, developed, constructed I and occupied bv Negroes. In »ome of these places children up to fifteen years of age have lived their entire lives in a home at mosphere that is typical of the American Standard of living. “These people concerned them selves with adequate housing for their families. They did not wait for the white population to ad just habits of many generations and accept Negro neighbors. The educational process goes on and the example set by those oc cupying the new communities plays a great part in bringing the realization that Negroes take pride in their homes and their communities, their children and their schools. But most of all their children enjoy the advan 1 uges of living in a home that | contains modern fixtures, large, i dry basement* and yards to play ' in." 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT, MICHIGAN ing at the grass roots in the Negro community as the re sult of Sunday’s demonstra tion is amazing. No more will picket lines protesting racial injustices at super markets be ignored. No more will the racial apol ogists be shoved down the collective throat of the Ne gro community as leaders. Elected officials will no long er be able to pretend that their staff appointments of Aajl J h| ji§K ":i\- overflowed In front of Cobo Hall *ind around to ... 1 * . * - on % CFI [B ; ’i s S| I , IH*! fit ft fnfejb i& t^SR mW Sip .> I ®v >, mbhJßL*, th«r side and back of tho Hugo waterfront build ing. -phot., by Fkuh*r wnu^n. Negroes who are “in a mi nority among Negroes” (a very, very small minority, indeed) have any meaning to the Negro community. It has become “uncom monly clear” to Negroes as individuals just who. among the alleged Negro leaders, will tell them the truth and fight lor their freedom and justice, and who will sell them out and apologize for discrimination. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 Benefits vs ill come to ev ery citizen in the stale oi Michigan because it is now apparent that the subtle pre judice so frequently encoun tered in inter-racial relation ships, especially in politic. 1 and commerce, is readily recognized and is not accept able. Investigation of some na tional and local organizations operating in Detroit that are not fair empoymelnt con cerns is in an advanced stage. Negotiations ha v e been attempted for two years or more. In some instances they have failed. Action h..s already started in that area. The "NEW DAY ' is here. The status quo is altered. Detroit will never be the same. An altogether new sit uation must be reckoned with.