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10c VOLUME 41—NUMBER 34 THE TWO' WEATHERS: by Andrew F. Fmeheuf, C.S. +++ Droughts, Hurricanes, Floods: DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD GOD'S! (Gen. 2:7. etc.) EXCESS RAIN. HEAT. COLD OF SATAN BOUND: EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES 1 IMPURE: THERAPEUTICS I EDUCATION!... THE UNIVERSE IS 100% OF THOUGHT 1 Cod'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-X-C-L U- S-l-V-E R-E-A-L-l-T-Y OF GOD'S HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE NO BIRTHS ! DEATHS, SIN, MATTER, HELL AND THEIR FATHER THE DEVIL GIGANTIC ADAM-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 EST MARY, BAKER EDDY'S MORE THAN 40 YEARS I V. 21: "AND GOD SAW E-V-E-R-Y THING THAT HE ITHE ONE R-E-A-L PARENT I CREATOR HONORED BY THE C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS I) HAD MADE, AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS [-I-S-] VERY GOOD" ! DEVIL TAKES LUTHERAN 'EVE' FOR 45 YEARS! BRAIN WASHED. HQRSE AND BUGGY BELIEFS! PURE. HONEST CHRIST l-SCIENCE-TO S-A-V-E! ARDEN PLACE HOSPITAL, THE DEVIL'S INVOLUN TARY EXECUTIONER ! VIA SPIRITUAL MALPRACTICE I M.D.t, NURSES, CANNOT LIBERATE THE VIC TIMS OF THE FOUR EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIP PLES I AND THEIR 'PHONY' ADAM-EVE "LORD (See DEVIL TAKES, Page 9) DEVIL TAKES HEBREW "EVE" FOR HALF LIFE 1 CHRIST REJECTION, VIA BOTH FIRST & "SECOND COMING" OF JESUS IN GOD'S CHRIST SCIENCE MESSIAH, "SCIENCE OF SCIENCES" OF THE UNI VERSE ! ? HENCE, SATAN BOUND AFFILIATION WITH ALPHA ZETA OMEGA PHARMACEUTICAL FRA TERNITY AUXILIARY ! DEVIL'S WHITEWASH MEDICINE ! IN CONTEMPT OF THE TEN COM MANDMENTS ! 'INVITING' PREMATURE DEATHS, BLUNDERS, DISASTERS, PEARL HARBORS I KOREAS ! BAY OF PIGS CUBAN FIASCOS ! (News, 7-13) Services for Mrs. Bella P. Katzman, who died in Sinai Hospital, will be held in the Ira Kaufman Chapel . . . Born in Greensboro, N. C., . . . was a member of the Vera Bramson chapter of the Organisation for Re habilitation and Youth Training,. ..." "PARENTS OUT AT BAR. 3 GIRLS DIE IN FIRE" Detroit News, July 15 By Max E. Simon, of our Suburban Bureau Pontiac. GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: PATHETIC ADAM-EVE M-Y-T-H 1 A-L-l-A-S SATAN, SIN, S-E-X LUST, "LEGALIZED," OR NOT AWAKENING VIA SUFFERING SATANIC, PSYCHOPATVS’C M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L ADAMS, EVES, MURDEROUS CAINS, JUDASES, KNAVES AND FOOLS I— THE EGO AND PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN BIRTHS AND PARENTHOOD 1 RE PUDIATED BY CHILDLESS CHRIST JESUS' PLANNED N-O-N PARENTHOOD ! TO TRUE, ETERNAL BEING, CHRIST, SCIENTIST I (See GIRLS DIE, Page 2) v "DWINDLING U.S. GOLD SUPPLY" Crisis in Offing"—[The Devil Says.] By Lawrence Fertig Detroit News, July 15 GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: SUBSTANCE. SUPPLY ARE INEXHAUSTIBLE! - DEMONSTRABLE VIA GOD'S CHRIST SCIENCE MES SIAH, JESUS' "SECOND COMING" ! UTILIZING "THE LOGIC OF EVENTS" AS PER CHRISTIAN SCIENCE TEXTBOOK - SAVIOUR, LIBERATOR, OF BIBLES 1 CLERGY ! STATESMEN ! EDUCATORS! POLITICIANS I MANAGEMENT I LABOR I M.D.* ! E-V-E-R-Y ONE I— INFINITE, MAJESTIC SPIRIT IS SUBSTANCE N-O-T MATTER I— MORTAL T H-O-U-G-H-T MYTH ! (See GOLD SUPPLY, Page 2) SEE BACK PAGE FORREVELATIONSOF EXCLUSIVE REALITY - ETERNAL PERFECTION OF GOD'S CREATION - YOUR TRUE BEING - AND EXPOSURE OF THE M-Y-T-H-S - DEVIL HELL. SIN, BIRTHS. DISEASE. DEATH. WARS. MATTER! ADAM-EVE. MURDEROJJSCAIN. JUDAS - "GHASTLY FARCE"-FOOIING SAULS OF TARSUS. 90 YEARS PLUS RIP VAN WINKLE. . - "LORD-GOD" - NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY! LAYMEN I LEADERS I MASSES I *’* * OWIn. Right. offSl DETROIT TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1963 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT MICHIGAN 48207 5 MILLION WORKERS NEEDED; NO PLACE FOR UNEDUCATED 11 a »/ itt» Moves On Bias Washington, D.C. Wayne l State University of Detroit has become the first educational in stitution to join the Plans for Progress program of the Pres ident’s Committee on Equal Em ployment Opportunity, Vice Pres ident Lyndon B. Johnson an nounced Thursday. Following a meeting here of the committee, of which he is chairman, Vice President John son said: “This is a significant step on the part of this great urban uni versity, which has always been i concerned with its environment. [ We are sure that other of our j major universities and colleges will join Wayne State in de- ! veloping positive voluntary pro- j grams to promote the concept of equal employment opportun ity.” Hobart Taylor, Jr., executive vice chairman of the committee, said a concerted effort would be made to sign up universities in every state. “These institutions can be of immense help in promoting e quality through their own ac tions and through influencing the communities in which they arc located,” Mr. Taylor said. Prior to the signing of Wayne State, the Plans for Pro gress program had been con cerned mainly with industrial and other firms. The companies pledge equal employment op portunity measures supplement ing requirements of President John F. Kennedy's executive Order 10925, which established the President’s Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. Vice President Johnson also announced that four new’ indus trial firms have joined the Plans for Progress progam and that four others will sign in the very near future. The four firms joining now* employ some 300.000 persons. They are: Am erican Motors Corp., Continen tal Can Cos., Inc., The Great At lantic and Pacific Tea Cos., Inc., and the National Biscuit Cos. With the signing of American Motors, the Vice President said, all major auto producers in the nation are now participating in the Plans for Progress Program. Mr. Taylor told the Committee that The Great Atlantic and Pa cific Tea Cos., with 148,000 em ployees, is the third firm to join the program that does not have government contracts. Chicago Demonstrators On Hunger Strike CHICAGO. 111. Nine mem bers of an inter racial team en gaged in a sit-in at the Board of Education here, protesting segregated schools went on a hunger strike to “intensify our involvement with the cause.” It is alleged that present neighborhood school zone lines in Chicago foster segregation. The members plan to continue the sit-in until the school board does something about this. A school board meeting is sched uled for August 14, but the group is asking a special session on what is considered “this highly important issue.” According to a spokesman, the August 14 date is too late to make any meaningful chang es for the coming school year. The spokesman, Jack Harkins, said that action by the school board is mandantory under a new Illinois law designed to pre vent de facto segregation. He charged that zone changes made at a bodrd meeting last Wed nesday achieved the opposite re sult and called for a rescinding of those changes. Miss. Youths Picket Barnett ATLANTA. Georgia, July 16- Mississippi Governor Ross Bar nett’s appearance here before the Atlanta Citizens Council was prefaced by a demonstration by members of the Atlanta Youth Council of the NAACP and na tive Mississippians. The pickets carried signs read ing: “Go Home” and “Comc:‘ Let s Make Mississippi A Part of tht Nation!” ■ ... \- j Jr. ; i .v ; \ % ' m : AA M . , IS l Nw. ■■ . a- -- - m‘ IL* jAw A FAMILY AFFAlß—Mar tin Luther King, Jr., Presi dent of the Southern Christ ian Leadership Conference, obliges his sister, Mrs. Christ ine Farris (left), and his mo ther, Mrs. Alberta King, with an • autographed copy of his latest book, “Strength to Love”, during a special auto graphing session at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church where Dr. King is co-pastor. The new r book, published by Harper & Row is dedicated Danville Food And Clothing Drive DANVILLE, Va. The be ginning of a “massive drive to collect food and clothing” for the wives and children of demonstrators held by police as the result of their activ ities has been announced here. “There are many families where one or both parents arc in jail,” SNCC worker, Avon Rollins said. Recent an ti-segregation demonstrations here were broken up by po licemen with fire hoses and clubs. Rev. L. G. Campbell, Ex ecutive Secretary of the Dan ville Christian Progressive As sociation the local group co ordinating protests here —said “We are making a special ap peal to all friends of justice for small and large packages to be sent to 226 North Un New Jobs, Upgrading At Montgomery Ward BERKELEY. Calif Monh gomery Ward Department Store has hired 43 Negroes and 9 other minority group members since May 18, according to a spot check. Duran Bell, said that negotia Hons with tne personnel depart 1.825 ROTC CADETS Fort Benning. Ga. Approx imately 50 civilian educators from universities and colleges throughout the Southwest visited here recently to observe 1.825 ROTC cadets training at Harmony Church. to his mother and father, Rev, Marti! Luther King. Sr , also co-pastor of the church. The event was the first such auto graphing occasion in con nection with the current book, his second, which is a col lection of 17 of his sermons based on the ideas and beliefs he preaches in the non violent movement. The great Negro leader, who also authored “Stride Toward Freedom” following the suc cessful Montgomery. Alabama, ion Street. Danville. Virginia.” Campbell said staples like flour, canned and powdered milk and canned vegetables are needed for immediate dis tribution. In Atlanta. Sandra Hayden. SNCC staffer, said “the needs of hungry wives and chil dren ; n Danville must be met if we expect democracy to come to the south.” Spokesmen for the Danville Movement earlier called for a boycott against products made by Dan River Mills. The plant employs 25 per cent of the city’s population. Move ment leaders feci that Dan River, a powerful economic force here, can take steps to help end segregation in the city. nicnt at the store followed a 10-day picketing demonstration in May. “We are especially pleased that over half of the 28 Negroes re cently hired are in sales posi Hons and that two Negroes have been upgraded to supervisory positions,” he declared. Almeda County Superior Court Judge Caldecott called for talks between Montgomery Ward and CORE, set a monthly schedule for follow up negotiations for a three month period and there after as needed. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 bus boycott, remarked that this would be the only plan ned public autographing ap pearance he will make with his new book. He is presently working on still a third book, which will be an expansion of his much-publicized “Letter From Birmingham Jail.” and the experience he encountered while there. Photo By: J J Alexander. Jr. Atlanta, Georgia Anti-Bias Steps For Employ men 1 Serv ice WASHINGTON. DC. Sec retary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz has announced new steps on the part of the Department of Labor to assure that the 1.900 local offices of the Federal- State Employment Service arc operated on a racially integrat ed and non-discriminatory bas is. The new actions involve amend ment of Title 20 of the Code of Federal Regulations, in which are outlined the “Policies of the United States Employment Service.” Under the amendment, three subsections will be added to Section 604 8. Chapter V titl ed “Service to Minority Groups.” These relate to equal counsel ing, testing, selection, and re ferral services; to denial of re ferral services to employers spec ifying requirements relative to race, creed, color, or national o igin; and to State Employment Service cooperation. The changes have been an nounced in General Administra tion Letter No. 711 of the De partment’a Bureau of Employ ment Security. The letter re quires of the States compliance with the new amendment, and restates an earlier order requir in g non-discriminatory person nel practices throughout the Service. nMsmBH 10c Skilled Jobs Go Unfilled ANN ARBOR People with out high school diplomas are in rough shape when it comes to the acid test of the labor mar ket, Seymour L. Wolfbein, di rector of the Office of Manpow er. Automation and Training, U.S. Department ot Labor, said at The University of Michigan. “Two out of every three peo pie unemployed don't have a high school diploma,” he said. Wolfbein spoke at a guidance workshop session sponsored by the School of Education. A high school diploma is be coming a requirement for an increasing number of occupa tions,” Wolfbein noted, in spite ol the growing need for this level of education, the U.S. De partment of Labor has estimate 1 that about 7.5 million young persons will be entering the 1„ bor market during the 196<i's without completing high school "About 1 5 million young men and women without a high school education, who may be entering the labor market in 1964 and 19f>5. will be compel ing for jobs. Many of these young persons will not even have completed grade school ” “One out of four dropouts was unemployed in 1962." Wolfbein said. “This is one of the high est unemployment rates for any group in the labor force. Unless these young persons are able to -ecu re additional training, they will probably be come the nucleus of the iutuie hard core‘of unemployed wore ers.” Wolflwin said many dropout- I occur because the vocational courses are not up to dale and sensitive to what industry needs. | Noting the need for skilled manual workers in the country, Wolfbien said, "We need live million more of these people and we are not getting them. We need just as many manually tal ented as we need academically talented. We need to endow the vocational school with the stat us we want academic courses to cs to have. “Don't underestimate the skill ed blue collar worker. He gets relatively high wages and is in I tremendous demand. If some j thing doesn't go off at Cape Can , avera it is not so much the ' scientific formula* that went wrong. Its the translation of those formulas into working models.” Ex-Cop Goes On Trial The trial date of Patrolman. Doyal Johnson. 31. of 14820 F.ls worth. charged with assault with intent to kill has been set for Sept. 30. The former vice bureau offi cer is charged with the shoot ing of Kirby Brown. 32. of 3035 Baglcy last May 16. Brown suffered a gunshot wound of the abdomen. The shoot ing climaxed an argument after vice bureau officers attempted to raid Brown's home. He pro tested that Patrolman Johnson trespassed on his property. Brown has recovered. APPLICANTS SOUGHT WASHINGTON, DC. The Commandant, US. Coast Guard has announced that there are still openings available in the Officer Candidate School class that wil convene on September 13. 1963. Upon competion of 17 weeks training, graduate* will be com missioned Ensign in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. College seniors and graduates may ful fill their military obligation through the Coast Guard Officer Candidate School program For further information, write Commandant (PTP-2), U S. Coast Guard, Washington. D.C.