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VOLUME 41—NUMBER 35 THE TWO' WEATHERS: ty Andrew F. Frueheuf, C.S. +++ Droughts, Hurricanes, Floods: CIVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD COD'S! (Gen 27 etc.) EXCESS RAIN. HEAT. COLD OF SATAN BOUND: EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES! IMPURE: THERAPEUTICS I EDUCATION! ” 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 I - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN. LUST VOIDED! 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 I Gen. 1:27: "MALE A 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. 31: "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 I] HAD MADE, AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS l-I S-J VERY GOOD" ! "CRASH. FIRE FUSE CARS AND KILL 6" Pittsburgh (UPI) Free Press, July 10 GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: PATHETIC. BUT, FORTUNATELY, MERELY ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (x) M-Y-T-H-S I OF NON CHRIST SCIENTISTS! PERFECT GOD, CREATION, OFFSPRING, HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE, SUPERSATURATE THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE ! ABSOLUTELY INVULNERABLE TO 'THE THINGS SEEN, TEMPORAL' (S». P»ul) THE EVIL I THE HUMAN I THE MATERIAL I— i (See CRASH, Page 2] 'EXCESS STOCKPILES INCREASED UNDER - AND DEVIL'S ADAMS OK ~ MORE LEAD AND ZINC EXCESSES I Human Events, July 20, p. 16 'sß BILLION ... - OVER HALF IS EXCESS!' GOD VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: HUMAN B-l-R-T-H-S. PARENTHOOD PROMOTE VIOLATIONS OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS! - UNTIL CHRIST. SCIENTIST. "REBIRTHS"! - THUS BEGINNING APPREHENSION OF THE O N E, REAL UNIVERSE ! OF SUPERSATURATED HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE ! GENESIS F I R S T CHAP TER ETERNALLY V O I D OF THE SATANIC, ANTI-CHRIST, ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) (See STOCKPILE, Page 2) HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS ARE MADE. - NOT BORN I * "SCHULER'S LOSS SET AT $500,000" St. Joseph (AP) The State Journal, Lansing, July 9 ST. JOSEPH'S RESTAURANT FIRE - OF KITCHEN AND SATAN BOUND, ADAM-EVE EGOS I - FARCE" ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) M-Y-T-H-S ! (See SHULER, Page 2) DEVIL TAKES "TWO RECENT GPHI GRADS - _ DIE IN CRASH" "THIRD GIRL ALSO DEAD FOLLOWING HEAD-ON COLLISION ON JEFFERSON" Gross* Pointe News, July 18 GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: "ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR GOOD TO THEM WHO LOVE GOD, TO THEM WHO ARE CALLED ACCORDING TO HIS PURPOSE" ! PRAY, LISTEN ! AND, "IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO IOR WHAT) CAN BE AGAINST US?" (St. Paul) (See DEVIL TAKES, Page 2) SEE BACK PAGE FOR DELATIONS OF - 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 I ADAM-EVE. MURDEROIJS CAIN, JUDAS - "GHASTLY FARCE" - FOOLING SAULS OF TARSUS. 90 YEARS PIUS RIP VAN *. - "LORD-GOD" - NON-CHRIST SCIENTIST CLERGY I LAYMEN 1 LEADERS I MASSES I Oi»li»« Rights .f NUn SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1963 Children Move To Front In Construction Bias Protest ■ it le IHHI V MSSifl 1 I 1 Mfe - Intergroup Relations offic ers of Region IV, Housing and Home Finance Agency, who attended a week’s confer ence in Washington to be Angola; Africa's Unknown War Death Toll Now Over 75,000 A war of utmost ferocity is being waged by a NATO power in Africa. For more than two years, now, the impoverished dictatorship of Portugal has tried to contain a rebellion in the northern province, Angola. The death toll, which rises da ily, has passed 75,000; more than 225,000 refugees have fled to the neighboring Congo. For Angolan rebels, this has been a shoe-string war. Initi ally, rebels fought with ma chetes and ancient elephant guns. Their next step was to seize arms from the slain or defeated Portuguese. Early in 1962, rebel leader Holden Ro berto announced the arrival of the first shipment of arms from Algeria. Today, Angolan na tionalists have been given a Jewish Community Aids Rights Drive CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Lead ers attending the National Cath olic Conference for Interracial Justice were told here today that the American Jewish Com munity has developed a ‘‘sense of urgency” in actively aiding the Negro drive toward achieving equal rights. In a prepared address as the representative of the Jewish community. Rabbi Balfour Brick ner, Director of the Commission on Interfaith Activities of the Union of Hebrew American Con gregations, told the Catholic Conference that ‘‘While many ‘Christians’ and ‘Jews’ did not and do not like having the pre cepts of their faith hurled so realistically into their faces, es pecially by colored people, so long as the movement maintain ed its clearly religious tone, even those who opposed to it could find no legitimate basis for protest. Union Bias In Ohio In Cleveland. Ohio, union plum bers continued a self-imposed work holiday in protest of hir ing two nonunion Negro plumb ers. About.9o per cent of the city’s plumbers remained away from their jobs. In Baton Rouge. La., desegre gat i o nos public schools moved quietly into its second day under a federal court order.^ Louisville Praised For Integration NEW YORK. N. Y. Louis ville has outlawed without viol ence the color bar in hotels, restaurants and entertainment places and has integrated its public schools, busses, parks and swimming pools. The current issue of Look Magazine praises Louisville for showing “a way” to the South Although Louisville still must tackle other civil rights issues, the magazine pointed out, it is still “the first big city south of the Ohio and the Potomac to outlaw racial discrimination ” And Look continued, through the Louisville Human Relations Commission, composed of whites and Segroes. it is taking steps to iron out the remaining pro blems. 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT MICHIGAN 48207 SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 briefed on their new respon sibilities under the President’s Executive Orders on equal opportunity in housing and modern training base by the Congo Government and are be ginning to receive arms former ly used in the struggle for control of Katanga. The Por tugese have most modern wea pons at their disposal, includ ing planes and helicopters. Por tugal receives weapons from the United States under the NATO agreements. Some shells recovered from sites in Angola indicate that American supplies have been used for suppression of the Angolan revolt. Primary victipis of the w*r have been the African peasants. Some sections of Northern An gola are practically uninhabited today. Portuguese planes and land patrols have killed thou sands of peasants in attempts to flush out partisans. Others are perhaps more fortunate in be ing held in the newlybuilt con centration camps in the Capo Verde Islands. Refugee villages have sprung up on the Congo side of the border. Many Angolans, deeply at tached to their land, secretly slip across the border to take care of their gardens. A number have been killed and wounded by hidden land mines placed in the jungle paths by the Portu guese. FCC To Probe Biased Southern TV Coverage New York The Federal Communications Commission will launch an investigation of integrationists’ claims they are not getting equal time to pre sent their views on Southern television, The Insider’s News letter reported. The first blow expected to be struck will be news of an ear lier, hushed up Federal probe of Mississippi’s radio and TV coverage of James Meredeth’s admission to the University of Mississippi fall. The Newsletter said that com plaints were filed and a report prepared last year, but public hearings were postponed at the request of hard-pressed Depart ment of Justice officials, fear ful that FCC action would lead to more trouble. Complaints against Southern stations are based on the FCC doctrine which holds that when a station editorializes on any controversial subject, the op posing view is entitled to a fair hearing over the air. Mis sissippi broadcasters have an swered demands for equal time by claiming there are no inte grationists in the state. Now pressure from civil rights groups Interested in stemming the flow of segregationist pro paganda (allegedly centering on pseudo religious programs) may force the commission to make a public statement. The effects of any new FCC ruling are expected to be two fold: 1) Broadcasters will interpret it as an attempt to interfere Aaron Henry In Again Clarksdale. Miss -Civil rights leader Aaron Henry and 51 oth er Nefroes were arrested In an anti-segregation march on the city hall. employment. From left to right: William E. Hill, How ard D. Roberts, DeHart Hub bard, Napolean P. Dotson. Little aid comes to the re fugees from the outside world. A handful of missionaries ex pelled from Angola provide what relief they can. Among these is Dr. Iro Gilchrist, raised in Angola, now working under the auspices of the Emergency Relief to Angola (ERA) pro grain of the American Commit tee on Africa. Gilchrist operates from Leo poldville. He periodically drives his station wagon into the bor der villages for field relief. -. Behind the suffering of the African population of Angola lies Portuguese refusal to recog nize freedom for Angola. Dic tator Salazar maintains that the territory is an “Overseas Pro vince”, not a colony. The US Government is sympathetic to the Natiftnalist cause, but has provided no direct aid to them. Portugal maintains a powerful lobby in the United States, as recent hearings before the Sen ate Committee on Foreign rela tions revealed. Experienced observers gen erally agreed that the Portuguese cannot win the war in Angola, especially since the Addis Ab ada Conference on African unity agreed to give all possible help to the rebel offensive. with their right to editorialize and an imposition of Govern ment views on channels of com munications. 2) It may make pro-segrega tion station owners think twice before endorsing a cause. • *>■ r/.f •• ;• •$* *£ . . ,£• A ••'•.■ ?'>■*■ M .. B'« r./ &pPnr«P WF*y K; ' ... jL>-. jHEo|^H General Richard L Jones, former ambassador to Liber ia and an alternate delegate to the ’ eleventh General As sembly of the United Nations, has returned to the South Center Department Store of Chicago, with which he was associated for more than 23 years, a* assistant to the presi dent. 4 18 Hauled A way By Police • • • Mayor Wagner Sees Hope NEW YORK—Children as. young as two years old were used to block trucks Tues day in a continuing racial demonstration aimed at ob taining more construction jobs for Negroes. Eighteen, youngsters were carried away by police. Demonstrators used the children in answer to a Team sters union official's threat to smash through their lines. The 18 children, all under 13 years of age, sat down in front of a dump truck trying to enter the construction site of the Down slate Medical Center in Brooklyn They were picked up by po lice and taken to a precinct sta tion. The children looked on appre hensively as police approached them, but broke into grins when they were gently lifted into un marked police cars. None of the children were booked or held, al though those over seven were listed for the attention of juve nile authorities. John J. O'Rourke, heed of the city's 165,000 • member Team sters Union, had warned that his drivers would ''ignore civil rights pickets, whether lying or standing" if they tried to stop trucks from making deliv eries at construction sites. “We will not ally ourselves with frustrated malcontents who get emotional kicks by throwing themselves in front of trucks,” he said. The children, however, block ed the truck for several minutes until police could clear the en trance. “Naturally, we arc not order ing our drivers to run anybody down, particular childcn,” a a Teamsters spokesman said. The demonstrators demand that 25 per cent of the construe- Hollywood Rejects NAACP Demands HOLLYWOOD —a craft union flatly rejected demands by in tegrationist leaders lor increas ed employment of Negroes in the motion picture industry. Officials of Scenic Artists Lo cal 818 said the demand that each technical crew’ in the film in dustry contain at least one Nog ro amounted to featherbedding. The announcement was made jointly by S. B. Fuller and John H Sengstacke. lea ders of a group who last month purchased the 35 year old business landmark located at 147 East 47th street. Chi cago. South Center is the largest Negro owned department store in tha country. 10c tion work crews be made up of Negroes and Puerto Ricans Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller lest week stepped up the state's multi billion • dollar construction pro gram to provide more jobs, but warned it would take time to solve all problems. Police arrested 32 dcgionstra tors Tuesday. Mayor Robert F. Wagner said Tuesday night he was optimist ic that a solulion could be found to the problem, although it was a "knotty" one. . Wagner discussed the explo sive issue with civil-rights lead ers and construction industry chiefs for more than two hours. Sint is Spray ;1 1 ban y Offirv ALBANY, GEORGIA Rifle shots sprayed a room of the Albany office of an integral ion organization recently. Two work ers, asleep when the shooting took place, were not injured. John Perdew, and James Dan iel said that about 4:15 a.m , rifle shots were pumped into the room) The two young men said they heard voices outside and then a car speeding away, but were unable to identify the assailants. Perdew said a detective from the Albany Police Department investigated the scene of the shooting later in the morning, about 9:30 a.m. Perdew added that he would ask for police protection. Last September, field work ers were injured when whites shot into the home of a woman in Terrell County. Jack Chat field, a white student from Tri nity College, was shot twice in the arm about 45 minutes after he came to Southwest Georgia. An English student, Chris Allen, was also injured. Last summer, four Negro churches were burned to the ground in apparent reprisal against a voter registration drive. In the past month here. 22 work ers, including Charles Sherrod, project director, have been ar rested on a variety of charges. Six workers remained in a church for over a week when their arrest seemed imminent. They appealed to Governor Carl E Sanders to "lead us out of this sanctuary and accom pany us as we go into the com munity" to urge voter registra tion * * * Atlanta Judge Orders 101 To Face Grand Jury ATLANTA. GEORGIA Ful ton County Superior Court Judge Durwood T Pye has or dered Solicitor General Bill Boyd to prepare for present ation to a grand jury in dictments on 101 arrests result ing from sit-in case# dating back to November, 1901. The Judge’s order listed names of persons arrested, places where violations are al leged to have occurred, and arresting officers. The judge told grand jurors to indict violators of the state's anti-trespass law. passed soon after student sit in demonstra tions began sweeping the South in 1960 Violation of th law is a mis demeanor. usually not handled by grand juries All of the 101 sit-in cases were members of the Commit tee On Appeal For Human Rights, the Atlanta University Center student anti segregation group here. Last week the grand jury in dieted the Reverend Ashton Jones, a white California mini ster. on charges of disturbing public worship at an all-white Baptist Church hare.