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VOLUME 41—NUMBER 33 THE TWO' WEATHERS: by Andrew F. Fruehauf, (£ 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 I God's Christ Scientist—THE REAL: "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIV? AND MOVE, AND BREATHE," AND HAVE OUR BEING < CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN. HEAVEN AT HAND _ WITHIN YOU ! E-X CL U- J l-V-E R-E-A-L-l-T-Y OF GOD'S HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE - NO BIRTHS ! DEATHS, SIN, MATTER HELL AND FAT M R YT TH H E s?r VIL - GIGANT 'c'ADiM-EVE FRAUDS M-Y-T-H-S ! Gen. 1:27: "MALE & FEMALE" IN O-N-E AS PER C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S JESUS ! AND GREAT LST MARY, BAKER EDDY'S MORE THAN 40 YEARS! V. 21: "AND GOD SAW E-V-E-R-Y THING THAT HE ITHE ONE R-E-A-L PARENT! CREATOR HONORED BY THE C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS!) HAD MADE AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS (-I-S-J VERY GOOD" ! '3 BOYS WANTED 'TO DO SOMETHING BIG' "TEEN 'GENIUS' DERAILS STREAMLINER" Los Angeles (AP) Free Press JulyTl GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: • AND 0-N-L-Y THE GOOD IS R-E-A-L I THE OFFSPRING OF LUST THE DEVIL'S ADAMS, EVES, MURDEROUS CAINS, JUDASES, KNAVES AND FOOLS ! THE EGO AND PSY CHOLOGY OF HUMAN BIRTHS AND PARENTHOOD ! ARE OF THE SATANIC, M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L, GHASTLY FARCE OF MATERIAL Iso-callod] EXIST ENCE" ! p. 272, S&H REPUDIATED BY C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS' PLANNED N-O-N PARENTHOOD ! AND DECLARED: "I AM THE WAY, THE TRUTH, AND THE LIFE ... NO MAN COM ETH UNTO THE FATHER EXCEPT BY ME" (See BOYS, Page 2) GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE MIGHTY ANGEL POWER AID TO MAJOR LEAGUERS - A 'WARM-UP' VS DEVIL IN RELIGION, POLITICS, ETC. SANDY KOUFAX OUTSTANDING MAJOR LEAGUE PITCHER - "N.l. AGREES HE'S IN CLASS BY HIMSELF" "KOUFAX IS NOW A THINKING PITCHER" SANDY KOUFAX GIVES DODGERS PENNANT HOPES! "LEFTHANDER BOASTS 8 SHUTOUTS IN 14-3 MARK" (OUR FAT MAIL TO HIM - APRIL 6 -35 c) WALT ALSTON, MANAGER LOS ANGELES DODGERS "THE HALFWAY MARK w "DODGERS QUIET ALSTON CRITICS" By Ed Rumill, Sports Editor of The Christian Science Monitor, July 10. (See MAJOR LEAGUERS, Page 9) WALT ALSTON, MANAGER LOS ANGELES DODGERS "THE HALFWAY MARK "DODGERS QUIET ALSTON CRITICS" The typewriters that not too long ago were demanding ♦he resignation of Walter Alston, are currently blanketed a significant silence. And even though the Dodgers led ♦he National League by throe full games at the all-star in termission, you heard few words of praise for the gentle manly Alston, thoir manager. Christian Science Monitor. • • * SEE BACK PAGE FOR REVELATIONS OF - EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING I - 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 I LEADERS! MASSES I ‘V'/' y Right. SATURDAY Jt’LV 20. 1903 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT MICHIGAN 48207) Washington Freedom Train Set Survey Finds Vast EMPLOYMENT AGENCY BIAS IN DETROIT Jrm -If St. Paul AME Church, at Chene and Hunt Streets, was ♦he top church in the NAACP Membership Campaign which ended Friday, June 14th with a report of 1,360 members and $2,973.00. Mr. William Steele, of St. Paul AME Church was the top individual solicitor in Joe Louis Scrapbooks To U Os M ANN ARBOR Ninty-thrcc handsome half-leather • hound i scrapbooks covering the career of heavyweight champion Joe j Louis from 1935 until 1941 have| New York City Rocked By Sit-Ins And Pickets New York, N. Y., New York City, known throughout the nation as a citadel of human lights, has suddenly been rocked with a series of anti-segregation demonstrations, pointing up the city’s unhappy record in the areas of housing, employment and school desegration. In the Bronx, pickets have been walking since Saturday, July t», in front of the White Castle diner at Allerton and Boston Hoads. It is damanded that the White Castle chain grant equal employment opportunities to minority groups. At this moment, the chain has 7 non white employees (all in unskilled jobs) in a total of 12(> employees. The petitioning is for 25 minori ty-group employees. The re- Gadsden Protests To Resume GADSDEN, ALABAMA —Anti segregation demonstrations are expected to resume in this Northern Alabama industrial city this week. Negro protest demonstrations were halted two weeks ago when promises of negotiations seemed to develop. Members of the Student Non violent Coordinating Committee, CORE, the Southern Christian leadership Conference are work ing with local citizens to form the Gadsden Movement. Movement objectives are: com plete integration of all public and private facilities; upgrading and hiring of Negroes in private employment and industry; and the formation of a bi racial com mittee. A spokesman said, “negotia tions and talks have been fruit less. We must now renew our program of non-violent direct action." . . the entire city, having report ed 564 memberships and $965.- 50. He is pictured with the Reverend A. D. Evans, pastor of the church; Davis Harris, also of St. Paul, receiving tro phies from Mrs. Alma Parks, who made the presentations. been donated to The University of Michigan Historical Collec- j tion:’.. The notebooks illustrating the the eareer of the “Brown Bomb i action to the picket lines has astonished New York civic lead i ers. Roving bands of whitp teen agers sporting rebel flags have jeered and physically attacked the demonstrators and a number of arrests of hecklers have been made. Pushing, spitting, kicking, | Molotov Cocktails, and screaming abuse have characterized the as- ( sault on the pickets. The lines have grown and there has been ; a strict adherence to the prin ciples of nonviolence on the part of the demonstrators Bronx COKE has announced its inten tion to continue the picketing ' until its demands are met. Both Mayor Wagner’s and Gov [ ernor Rockefeller's offices are ! the sites of extended sit-ins by demonstrators demanding equal employment opportunities for Negroes throughout the city anti , state funded housing projects. The sit-inners have vowed to stay in both offices until they get complete satisfaction. Demonstrators have staged a dramatic stand in at the Rutgers Street housing development on New York’s Lower East Side. Six demonstrators, lying in the path of cement trucks, have been arrested in their effort to halt construction until the city grants equal employment opportuni ties to minority groups and act ually hires a substantial number of non-white workmen. The second demonstration .is being staged in front of the New Down state Medical Center. At this site, another city-fund ed construction operation, pick cts have been arrested for pas sively blocking the entrance to the site in an effort to halt con struction operations. It has become more apparent f each day in New York that the city and state must take vigorous | action to improve employment opportunities for its non-white citizens. The demonstrations are at least bringing this issue home: to the North. Mrs. Parks is the director of Detroit's newest presentation of experimental improvisational theatre. The play, "Spoofs in Spades," will open at the Con cept Theatre, 401 Adams, cor ner of Brush, Friday, August 9. or" were given by John Roxbor ough, Louis’ manager during these years. The lead which re sulted in the acquisition came from John s brother, C har 1e s Roxborough, a prominent Detroit lawyer. Beautifully arranged, the scrap books consist of clippings from the principal papers of the coun try as well as sports columnists’ comments on highlights of Louis career. Eight of the scrapbooks are devoted to Louis fight in 193(j with Max Schmclling, Hit lers fair-haired boy, a German national of Aryan descent, and another eight cover the second fight with Schmclling in 1938. In the first fight Schmclling knocked Joe out; the second time Joe knocked out Schmclling in the first round. The headlines — "An Aryan gets licked” and Hit ler comforts Sehmellings wife' —indicate the political overtones of the fight. At the time of the second fight with Schmclling, Joe was world champion and was defending his title. Commenting on the unusual donation, Robert Warner, assis tant director of the collections, said. "Joe was as important a sports figure as ever came from Michigan. One of the all-time boxing ‘greats', he held the heavy weight crown longer than any other champion. No other major sports figure is represented in the Collections. Louis’ full name was Joseph Louis Barrow. Born May 13, 1914. in Alabama he was one of eight children on a small tenant farm. He was four years old when his father died. His mother remap | ried and in 1926 the family came to Detroit to try to better their fortunes. Joe, who hadn t had much schooling up to that time,! attended Duffield School in Dc troit. Louis' sister, Vunies Bar-1 row, received a master’s degree in history from the U-M in 1941.' Close Registration in Jackson, Miss. JACKSON, Miss. All voter registration in Jackson has been suspended for a period of 30 days. With some 1.500 Negro citizens applying for registration in response to the voter regis tration drive, Circuit Court Clerk H. T. (Buhha) Ashford an nounced on July ft that there would be no more registration SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 5 OTHER CITIES ARE INCLUDED Racial and religious discrimi nation by private employment agencies is "shockingly wide spread'' despite state laws lor bidding bias against job ap plicants on grounds of creed or color, the American Jewish Con gress charged in disclosing the findings of a survey ol 385 cm ployment agencies in six majoi cities across the country. More than 90 per cent ol all the agencies covered in the sur vey—3sl out of 385—agreed to fill telephone requests lor a "white Protestant stenographer" although prohibited from doing so by state law. the group re ported. The survey covered private commercial employment agencies in Detroit, Mich.; Los Angeles and San Francisco, Cal.; Chicago, 111.; Boston, Mass.; and Phila I delphia. Pa. The findings ranged ; from a low of 89.5 per cent in Los Angeles to a high of 97 1 per cent in Philadelphia, ai cording to Ephraim London, chairman of the Commission on ' Law and Social Action of AJC. ; The Commission carried out sur veys in the six cities outside New York during February of this year. Commenting on the findings, Mr London declared: "The fact that the agencies ac cepted the order without even commenting on its illegality further indicates that requests specifying job applicants of par ticular races and religions are) placed regularly by employers." Mr. London said the data con tained in the survey had been submitted to the various com missions administering fair em ployment laws in the states covered. "We are gratified that these commissions are making renewed efforts to curb these abuses," Mr. London declared. He revealed that following the Detroit survey, the Michigan Fa«r Employment Practices Com mission called a meeting of local employment agencies and work ed out a non-discrimination agree ment covering order-taking, clas sification, referral proceedings and employer contacts, j In Detroit. 53 agencies were called and 46 gave usable re sponses. Os these, 913 per cent said they would fill the discrimi natory request. Mic higan has had an anti-discrimination law cover ing employment since 1955. The AJC leader cited the ex ample of a Detroit employment agency that explained, “Our code for white is ‘IS.’ ’’ One IvOs Angeles agency said: “VVc can not write white Protestant’ on the request form. We would have to say ‘all-American girl.”’ A San Francisco agency suggested j the term “someone to meet the public’’ eould be used to evade the state anti-discrimination re quirement. One employment agency in Boston replied that, while it could send an experi enced white stenographer to fill *hc job. it could not ask the girl’s religion since this is still a free country. "Freedom Now" until after the primary election, i In an effort to discourage regi stration by Negroes, the regi stration office disqualified most of the applicants, slowed the pare of processing applications, removed the seats from the area where citirens waited their turn, and otherwise sought to 10c Large Excursion To Go From City “I have a dream this after* noon. M arch on Washington 100.000 Strong", had barely dud from the lips of the Rev. Martin Luther King. Jr, president of the Southern Christian Leader ship Conference, at the Coho iiall Walk to Freedom Rally. <m June 23rd. when plans were be ing formulated in Detroit to Walk in Washington, to protest again -t racial relationships in the Tin ted States and the possible lili buster of President Kennedy's civil rights recommendations ad vanced to Congress last month A spokesman for The I : '•<»- dom Train Excursion Connin' toe said, ‘‘our first meeting con cerning the Freedom Train 1\ cursion was held June 24 About July Ist the District Manag *r. Passenger Sales, of the Ba'i more & Ohio R.R.. gave a ten tative commitment contingent up on his consulting the traffic de partment of the company. The ok. came shortly thereafter "Dt. Martin Luther King and the Southern Christian Leader ship Conference; Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth of the Alabama Christian Movement ior Human Rights and Southern Conference Educational Fund. CORE and SNCC have been notified of the Wednesday, July 17 meeting at Wisher Y" and I am sure they expect big things from Detroit. "Cocrdination Conference ofti eers will be elected and iho campaign lor as large a f.iin as possible from Detroit will ;o I into full swing at once.” Full Time Task Force Launches Attack In East NEW YORK. NY. Task Force Workers, volunteers from various sections of the nation, assembled July 15 at Judson Me morial Church for a final orienta tion on their summer program. These volunteers will be working on a full time basis in the com munities of Newark. New Jer sey and Bedford-Stuyvesant. in Brooklyn, New York with the CORF, chapters in these common iti e s The summer pro gram in both of these common itie> in which the task force will be involved concerns; 1 An attack on slum land lords with the aim of not only preventing rent gouging but al so insisting on adequate build ing maintenance and upkeep. Through establishment and co ordination of tenant councils and block units, a community struc ture will be advanced to pur sue this community program. 2. The second phase of the community program will apply direct action techniques to sit uations of employment discrim ination. The program will focus attention on the acute problem of the job shortage in Newark and Bedford-Stuyvesant which *o far has fallen hardest on the shoulders of minority group work ers. A special role in commun ity protest will he provided for the numerous young people, both Negro and white, who have been denied employment. This effort to illuminate the critical job shortage in these communities should underscore the necessity for local perticb petion In the national March on Washington for jobs end civ il rights, August 28, celled by national civil rights end labor leaders. prevent them from registering. Although long lines of persons daily sought registration only two or three were qualified by the registrar in any. single day. Mr. Ashford also announced that registration would be closed 30 days before the general election.