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• . . .. * -A. VO»MK 41—NUMBER 38 THE TWO’ W aTHERS: by Andrew F. Fruehauf, 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 i IMPURE: THERAPEUTICS! EDUCATION!... THE UNIVERSE IS 100% OF THOUGHT! God's Christ Scientist-THE REAL: "IN ATMOSPHERE OF LOVE DIVINE. WE LIVE. AND MOJ/E, AND BREATHE/' AND HAVE OUR BEING ! - CHRISTIAN SCIENCE HYMN. LUST VOIDED! - "FEAR" P. 586 S&H. 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-FVE 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 40 PLUS OF 89 YEARS ! V. 31: "AND GOD SAW EVERY 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 t-l-S-l VERY GOOD" ! HEAVENLY CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LECTURE Detroit (Fifth Church): ARNOLD H. EXO, C. 5.8., Church, 17425 Second Blvd., 8 p.m., Tues., Aug. 27. NO COLLECTIONS EVER. "OLE MISS LOSING 54 FACULTY MEMBERS" Oxford, Miss., Aug. 16 (AP) New* GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: GOV. BARNETT S CHICKENS COMING - HOME TO ROOSr! HOW CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS ARE MADE, NOT "BORN"! THE 'HELL' OR "FOOL'S PARADISE" OF NON CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS PETERS OUT' ! AND THE MORAL AND SPIRITUAL CRIPPLES ! CRY OUT, AS DID SPIRITUALLY BANKRUPT, HE BREW, APPRENTICE FOR THE RABBINATE, SAUL OF TARSUS, BEGINNING AWAKENING TO PAUL'S APOSTLESHIP ! "LORD, WHAT WILT THOU HAVE ME TO DO?" ANSWER, SECOND HALF 20TH CENTURY: MAKE YOURSELF ONE OF GOD'S HONEST, S A N E, PERCEPTIVE, INTUITIVE, DISCERNING, CHOSEN A GENUINE CHRIST, SCIENTIST I AND APPRE HEND THE O-N-E, REAL UNIVERSE I— SUPERSAT (See OLE MISS, Page 2) "PITTSBURGH HIT BY FIRE" - $250,000 The State Journal, Lansing, July 27 [Of Non Christ Scientist Adam-Eve L-U-S- T- M-Y-T-H!] PITTSBURGH (UPI) A general alarm fire hit the Neville Chemical Cos. at the Neville Island industrial com plex in the Ohio River early today causing an estimated $250,000 to $300,000 damage. The blaze, which broke out about 2 a.m., was brought under control about six hours later. A resin kettle which boiled over was believed to have caused the blaze. It took 11 fire companies and a number of civilian defense workers to bring the blaze under control. At one point about 250 men fought the fire and kept it from spreading. At least five persons, all firemen, were injured, none seriously. They were taken to nearby Ohio Valley Hospital and treated for smoke inhalation and first degree burns of the hands and face. * * * ANOtHER 'PITTSBURGH'! "GRAND BLAN<j MAN DIES IN FIERY CRASH" The State Journal, Lansing, July 27 SAGINAW (AP) A man was killed and 6,000 gallons of burning gasoline were spread across M-47 in Saginaw County today when a car driven by a Grand Blanc man collided with a gasoline truck near here. ■ « * D-EVII-M-Y-T-H! NO N CHRIST SCIENTIST! "4 TEEN-AGERS DIE IN INDIANA CRASH" The State Journal, Lansing, July 27 MOUNT VERNON, Ind. (AP) A speeding passenger ♦rain slammed into a car at a rural crossing today, kM * •ng four teenagers en route to work in nearby corn ie s. * * * The Louitvill* A N»»h»ill« •ngin* hit jh« r«»r «nd Os the auto, sending it end-over-end Into a ditch. oATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1963 Birmingham Riot Avoided As Bomb Hits Negro's Home Marks Names New CCR Aides Detroit's Human Relations Group Gains 2 Members Two new members have join ed the staff of the Commission on Community Relations (CCR), Detroit’s human relations agen cy. They are Mr. Arthur M. Ford, Jr., and Mr. Thomas W. White. Moth have been assigned duties as investigato.s in the Commis sions Field Division, it was an nounced by Mr. Richard V. Marks, CCR secretary-director, who said: “In this position. Mr. Ford and Mr. White will work under the supervision of Mr. Joseph C. Coles, Senior Community Rela tions Investigator, who is in charge of the Field Division.” THOMAS W. WHITE ‘‘As stated in our Ordinance, Mr. White and Mr. Ford will investigate claims and reports of tension, conflict and prac tices of discrimination because of race, religion, origin or an cestry. “If they find the situation they are investigating to be unjust or discriminatory, they will seek to correct it through ne gotiation and conciliation Mr. Marks concluded. This staff division also has the enforcement responsibility for the Fair Neighborhood Prac tices Ordinance. Mr. Ford attended Western High School in Detroit and grad uated from Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. He will continue to study at Wayne State University for a Masters Degree in this field. While in Syracuse. Mr. Ford was a counselor at the Hunting ton Family Guidance Center. Mr. White, who attendedo pub lic school in Grosse Point, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Wayne State Univer sity. Ho is working on a Masters Degree in Sociology at Wayne Stale. He has worked for the Wayne County Bureau of Social Aid and the Detroit Civil Service Com mission, and has been a substi tute teacher with the Macomb County school system The Commission on Commun ity Relations seeks through ed ucation. negotiation and research to achieve equality of opportun ity in all areas of life be remov ing barriers to understanding based on race, religion or nation ality. \ ■ ...... yff 1 -fig' A w ARTHUR FORD, JR. SINGLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 t ■b “ ?Jt' ’ r K% V" LmA jmL ~Wpmr» v i idiiMMilliil "W T“| fa Jy •• S- Vice President Lyndon John son, Provost, Arthur Neef (left) of Wavne State University and Hobart Taylor, Jr. (right), ex ecutive vice chairman of the President's Committee on Eq ual Frnnloymont Opportunity, found time on Johnson's brief Arrests In Clarksdale Mount CLARKSDALE, Miss. Daily anests are occurring in this Mis sissippi Delta town where the campaign for equal rights is be ing pushed. As of Aug. 15 those arrested total close to 100 per sons Efforts at picketing and sit ins are hampered, however, by a sweeping state court injunc tion prohibiting racial demon Calloway Given Appointment By The Michigan Doll Telephone Company ha s announced th e transfer of Augustus J. Calloway. Jr. to its headquarters public re lations department and his pro motion to the position of assist ant customer relations manager. In his new position, Calloway will have responsibilities in Michi gan Bell’s customer relations ac tivities throughout the state. lie will coordinate activities with community leaders and com munity-demonstrations, speeches, telephone office tours and film showings. Calloway was promoted and given added responsibilities last February in the Company's com mercial department. Ilis trans fer now to the public relations department and his latest pro motion marks another milestone in a telephone career that began more than 23 years ago. Calloway joined Michigan Bell in 1940 and has served with the company continuously since then except lor two years during World War 11 when he was on Segregated Registration Resumes In Jackson, Miss. JACKSON, MISS. Voter reg istration hooks, arhitarily closed since July 9. have been reopened here but with obstructionist tac tics still being used to slow down registration of Negro applicants it is reported. Although more than 100 Neg roes have lined up for registra tion since the reopening of the books, only one, as of Aug. 14. has been qualified by the regis trar. Among those rejected was Mrs. Victoria Simms, chairman of the voter registration campaign, who was kept waiting from 9 o’clock in the morning until 3.30 in tha visit the campus Thursday (Aug. 15) to officially sign the University's Plan for Progress. Wayne State University became the first college or university in the nation to prepare a Plan for Progress with the Presi dent's Committee on Equal Em strations. Most pickets remain on*thc streets less than five min utes before they arc arrested. Despite numerous protests to local Fill agents and the Justice Department, police continue to use cruel and abusive tactics on those arrested. Female prisoners have been torccu to cut grass with sling blades in oppressive heat. Food has been withheld Another Michigan Bell Bl - •'X; Mr. A. J. Calloway active duty in the Air Force in 1943 46 He became manager of the company's branch business office at 1413 Gratiot in 1950 after serving as an outside rep resentative in the commercial department. afternoon before being turned down. Machinery has been set in motion for a statewide "protest election” to be held two da>s before the August 27 run-off in the gubernatorial election. There are actually only around 23.000 Negroes currently registered to vote out of a potential of more than 400.000. The plan is to urge a write in vote for a Negrg candidate for the governorship of Mississippi. Booths will be set up in each of the Negro churches in every com munity in Mississippi. 970 GRATIOT AVENUE, DETROIT MICHIGAN 48207 ployment Opportunity. The Plan promises that the Univer sity ar.d the Committee will work together on providing i-q --ua I employment opportunity for all minority groups in both academic and non • academic areas.. because the prisoners have con tinued to sing freedom songs. Male prisoners, including Mis sissippi NAACP State President Aaron Henry, have been assigned to work on the city garbage trucks. Mass meetings and demonstra tion.', arc continuing. NA A C P Meld Secretary Charles Evers poke at a mass meeting recent ly where plans for further pro tests were made. In another development the Lawyers’ Committee lor Civil bights Under Law, formed last month b> President Kennedy, has sent a lawyer from New York, J. Robert Lunney. to test the state injunction against dem onstrations. Gift Saves Home For Ecorse Couple The home of an Ecorse couple was saved today, thanks to the efforts ol members of Detroit Local It) ol the Office Employ ees International Union. The money is to be paid to William C. Hague, to whom ’lhantes lost the title to his home when he detaulted on a S4OO debt. Hague is president ol the Ecorse siuool board, an Ecorse municipal judge and member ot the Michigan Employment Se curity Commission Appeal Hoard. The couple’s only source of income is an sß2a-monlh disa bility check. r l hainos, 55, has been unable to work regularly lor the last 12 years. Charles Evers Hits Negro Apathy Charles hvcia, brother of the .‘-lain Mississippi Negro leader Mcdgar M. Evers, accused North trn Negroes of complacency and laziness in the civil rights battle during a rally yesterday protest ing alleged racial discrimination in River nuugc and E corse. “Down South were dying to get the right to vote and you up here in the North arc too lazy and complacent to go to the polls and kick out the peo ple who are hurting you," lie said. Evers urged the audience to “stop blaming the while man for your troubles." "Until you eliminate your com placcny," he said, ‘ the passage ol all the legislative bills in the world won't do you any good. BIRMINGHAM. Ala. A bomb damaged a prominent Negro at torney’s home Tuesday night and 2,000 angry Negroes rushed in to the streets of the Negro set. tion screaming and hurling rock Police armed with rifles an ? shotguns fired over the Negrcx heads and marched against tl, • yelling crowds with their gun at their chests. One policeman was hit in tl head with a rock and taken to .1 hospital before the wild demo stration was brought under con trol. The bomb dug a hole ncar'v three feet deep in front ol N< ro attorney Arthur Shores’ dri\ way. It blew out three window in his eight room brick hon. , damaged his two cars, blew . 1 his garage door and damag- i the game room overhead. Shores, in another part c f the house watching television was unhurt. His wife and daug> - ter were at tne movies. Hocks flew like hailstones 1 the streets around Shores’ hoc and several shots were ftr> about tit) yards from a police roadblock Police scattered and moves! into the area, but apparent » found no one. Every available policemancs timated as at least 10U —w;i v rushed to the scene. More tha 3(J prowl cars roamed the arc 1 and an armored car pulled up in the midst of a surly crown The angry Negroes finally gave in to police orders to disperse and to tha piaas of the Rev. A. D King,* who leaped atop a car to beg the crowd to settle down. *UHI 1 ""-I Secretary of Labor W. Wil lard Wirtz today announced the appointment of Thomas N. Young as New York Region al director of the Labor De paitment's Bureau of Veter ans' Reemployment Rights, cov ering the States of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Young is the first Negro to head a Labor Department regional office. Vote Workers Jailed In South PLAQUEMINE, La., Twenty three persons engaged in a crash program of voter registration in this area remained jailed-in rath er than be released on bond, which ranges from SSOO to $2- 000 each. The $2,000 bond was set on Michael Lesser, first of the group to be arrested, in early August. He is accused of “disturbing the peace.” A few days later, Rob ert Brown was arrested for “speeding” on the front porch in Clinton. The other 21 were seized Au gust 11 aboard a ferry boat cross ing the Mississippi River. Some are accused of “disturbing the peace.” others with “resisting arrest." Some 300 residents have been subpoenaed for their trials. Four young people in the group were released as juveniles. Meanwhile, the summer task force continues to register Neg roes to vote in eight south Lou isiana parishes. On August 19, Jamas Farmer, National Director of CORE was arrested for taking part in a demonstration pretesting the lack of sawago facilities and water lines in the Negro section of Plaquemine. 'Freedom Now'