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VOLUME 41 NUMBER 42~ THf TWO WEATHERS: by Andrew F Fruehauf, CS +++ Droughts, Hurricanes, Floods* DEVIL'S ADAM-EVE LORD GOD'S! (Gen. 2:7. etc.) EXCESS RAIN. HEAT. COLD OF SATAN BOUND: EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS CRIPPLES! IMPURE: THERAPEUTICS! EDUCATION!... THE UNIVERSE IS 100% OF THOUGHT I 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! - "FEAR" P. 586 S&H. HEAVEN AT HAND WITHIN YOU ! E-X-C-LU* S-l-V-E R-E-A-L-I-TY 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 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 40 PLUS OF 89 YEARS I V. 31: "AND GOD SAW E-V-E-R-Y THING THAT HE |THE ONE R EAL PARENT! CREATOR HONORED BY THE C-H-I-L-DL-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS!) HAD MADE, AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS [ I S ] VERY GOOD" ! 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"STREETS UNSAFE, COUNCIL CHARGES" "ASSAULTS, VANDALISM REPORTED" "MAYOR, EDWARDS, ASKED TO APPEAR" Free Press, Sept. 14 SATAN, SIN, S-E-X - LUST! - ADAM-EVE PAGAN-INFECTED, "LORD-GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.) MYTHS!!!. RAMPANT! DELUDED CLERGY, 'SAULS OF TARSUS,' AWAKE! S-E-X IS OF THE DEVIL! - 100% - "YE ARE OF YOUR FATHER, THE DEVIL, AND THE LUSTS OF YOUR FATHER YE WILL DO" ! A MURDERER, LIAR, V-O-l-D OF TRUTH IVOID OF S AN-I-T-Y ! REALITY I— M-Y-T-H I]' Jesus in John 8: 43,44. GOD, ADDITIONALLY, VIA HIS DETROIT TRIBUNE: E-X-C-L-U-S-l-V-E-N-E-S-S OF GOOD, HEAVEN AND ETERNAL LIFE DEMONSTRABLE! -TO "THE PURE IN HEART"! - (See COUNCIL CHARGES, Page 2) "TRUMAN OPPOSES WHITE-NEGRO MARRIAGES" GOD'S DETROIT TRIBUNE: THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHER, AT THE AGE OF 71, has n-e-v-e-r been a father i and thanks god he HAS BEEN SPARED THE DEVILISH FOLLY AND SOUL-SCORCHING BURDENS OF HAVING AND REARING OFFSPRING ! THE DEVIL'S ADAMS, *VES, MURDEROUS CAINS, JUDASES, KNAVES AND FOOLS ! THE EGO AND PSYCHOLOGY OF HU MAN BIRTHS AND PARENTHOOD I REPUDIATED BY C-H-l-L-D-L-E-S-S CHRIST JESUS' PLANNED HON PARENTHOOD I— "CALL NO M-A-N .. FATHER" ! but, if the writer were a father, he WOULD ADVISE MARRYING ONLY A GENUINE CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST, WHITE OR COLORED I CHARACTER, SPIRITUALITY WOULD BE THE CRITERION I (See MARRIAGES, Pege 2) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1963 ASK NATIONALMOU RNING DAY FOR BOMB VICTIMS ■MI mi Jj W - >• * Jyr H■ 1 1 I -■I 11 Federal Court Upholds Voluntary Integration Adopted By Georgia County School Board ATLANTA, Ga. The US. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals this week cleared the way for the first voluntary school inte gration by a deep-south School Board. The Court told Constance Ba ker Motley, Donald Hollowcll and Horace Ward. NAACP Le gal Defense Fund attorneys, that it has set aside a temporary restraining order blocking l'nte KKK Posts Notices In Oak Ridge As Discrimination Protest Ends OAK RIDGE, Tcnn. Stick ers saying “ A Ku Klux Klans man Was Here" were glued on posts around the Multimatic Laundry during the final hours of a 2-day vigil protesting the laundry’s discriminatory policy. Glueing the stickers, wara thraa Klansman who arrlvad in a car with a licanse plata from naarby Blount county, hotspot of racant Klan activity and sita of Highlandar's Smoky Moun tain Workcamp, which was des troyed by a mysterious fire fol lowing a raid by sheriff's dep uties. One of the three Klansmen ‘.pent an hour and a half inside the laundry, returning to the car only once for his white robe, which he donned as he re-entered the building. Joe Young, owner of the laundry, has refused to negotiate and has obtained an injunction r gainst picketing on his proper- However, the picketing, which Ann Arbor CORE Members Jailed ANN ARBOR Five students of 51 persons arraigned on loit ering charges stemming from a sit-in Monday night at City Hall elected to go to jail Tuesday night. The five, who said they were University of Michigan students, decided not to post $25 bonds, but to remain in jail over night to dramatize their protest against adoption of a controversial hous ing ordinance. 970 GRATIOT, DETROIT, MICHIGAN, 48207 gration of the formerly all-white high school in Glynn County, Ga. This order was secured by lo cal segregatiortists on August 27th, the day before opening of Glynn Academy on an integrated basis. The Glynn County School Doard had mada history by vol untarily ordering school integra tion. Negro parents called in the started on July 27, has contin ued on a city right-of-way ad joining the laundry. It was on this spot that the 2-day vigil was held. Fifty-six participated. To explain the protest action, the vigilers carried laundry bun dles as well as placards. In early July, Oak Ridge de segregated 16 local eating pla ces. BI^ —_ZIZHZHIT ' r ~ "" President Kennedy meets with National Chairman Chariot 0. Mortimer, chairman o f Conoral Foods Corpora tion (cantor) and othar load art at tho launching of tho The Honorable Julian P. Rod gers, Jr., Judge Common Pleas Court was "robed" by Common Pleas Judge Charles Farmer after the oath of of fice had been administered by Governor George Romney, left. The robe was a gift of the Wolverine Bar Associa tion. Rodgers graduated from De troit's Northwestern High School; studied at Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia and the University of Michigan: received a law degree from the University of Detroit. Rodgers, a native of Mont gomery, Alabama, is Presid ent of the Detroit Urban League Board. He was, for merly, an asssistant Wayne County Prosecutor. Rodgers is a member of the Coordinating Council on Hu man Relations of the City of Detroit and the Michigan State Bar Grievance Commit tee. NAACP Legal Defense Fund when segregationists enjoined the School Board. US. District Court Judge Frank \l. Scarlett granted the order sought by the segregation ists stating that Glynn Academy would “suffer irreparable injury by reason of disorganization and demoralization ...” Judge Scarlett also cited “ra (ial tensions in Brunswick (site of the court) and elsewhere at this particular time.” However, the Appeals Court disagreed after hearing argue ments of NAACP Legal Defense Fund lawyers. This made it possible for the six Negro youngsters to trans fer from all-Negro Risley High School to now integrated Glynn Academy on Monday. Other NAACP Legal Defense Fund attorneys assisting on this case were Norman C. Amaker and George Smith, both of New York City. SSO million United Negro College* Development Cam paign at tho White House (September 12). At the loft it Dr. Frederick D. Patterson, founder and first president XiLE COPY, TEN CENTS; PER YEAR $4.50 Registration In South jlncreascs See '64 Election Boost To Kennedy NEW YORK An expected in (rease of 500,000 Negro regis trat ions in the South has civil rights leaders predicting that President Kennedy will pick up important voting strength in Dixie in 1964, The Insider’s Newsletter reported this week. Since 1960, when Negro voters provided the margin of victory for Kennedy in South Carolina and Texas, upwards of 250,000 Negroes have registered in 11 Southern states. Between now and election time in 1964, Negro leaders say at least another 250,000 will be registered for a total of about 1,750,000. While Kennedy cap tured only 50 to 70 per cent of the Southern Negro votes in 1960, they forsee him getting 90 per cent next year. If this happens, the President could win Tennessee and Florida, which Richard Nixon carried by small margins, as well as Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina ami Georgia. The latter were Kennedy states which some pol itical experts have tabbed for Barry Goldwater picking. Only in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana is Negro registra ton too small to help the Pres ident. Kennedy's aides have written these states off anyway. The Newsletter said. House Strenghtens Civil Rights Bill WASHINGTON A House Judiciary subcommittee Tues day completed tentative approv al of ail but the thorny public accommodations section of Pres sident Kennedy’s Civil Rights Rill. The subcommittee gave con ditional approval to three sec tions of the bill and announced it had cleared a fourth late last week. Several sections were broad ened significantly. Chairman Emanuel Cellcr (D., N Y.) said an effort would be made Wednesday to com plete the job by acting on the most controversial part of the bill the proposal to outlaw discrimination in the use of hotels. restaurants, theatres, stores and other public accom modations. A significant sign of Repub lican support brightened prospects for approval of the publ'c-accommodations section. of the United Negro College Fund, and at the right Dr, Luther N. Foster, president of Tusk ogee Institute end current president es the UNCF. The B mancipation 10c I WASHINGTON A group of i indignant senators Tuesday ask ed President Kennedy today to set aside next Sunday as a day ot national mourning for the four Negro children killed in the Birmingham church bombing. A quiet funeral was held for Carol Robertson, one of the four girls killed, Tuesday. At press time Wednesday mourners were gathering for the funeral of the other three victims, Denise Me nair, Addie Collins and Cynthia Wesley. The request was announced by Senate Democratic whip Hu bert H. Humphrey. In a Senate speech, the Minnesota senator bitterly denounced what he termed th e “southern estab lishment” of business and pro fessional leaders who have “in vited. yes, incited” racial vio lence from economic profit. There was no immediate White House roily to the request. Julius Hobson, Congress Os Racial Equality, (CORE) direc tor in Washington, said more than 3,500 persons would march from the All Souls Unitarian Church in Washington to the White House on Sunday. Hobson said CORE officials were planning similar mourning marches throughout the nation. Humphrey, in his speech said responsibility for southern ten sions also '‘must be shared” by northern leaders who “have at the very least acquiesced in the the policies of racial degradation and humiliation.” If ilk ins Jrial Postponed JACKSON, Miss. The trial of Roy Wilkins, arrested here on June 1 during the height of anti-segregation demonstra tions, has been postponed until next month. The trial was or iginally shedulcd for Sept. 9. Mr. Wilkins, together with the late Medger Evers, end Mrs. Helen Wilcher, wes arrested while picketing in front of • store on the city's main street. They were charged with re straint of trade and released on SI,OOO bond. The charge car ries a maximum fine of SIO,OOO. Although the statute on which his charge was based has been in effect for many years, this was the first time that Jackson authorities had used it in con nection with anti-segregation demonstrations. The statute was specifically designed, and until Mr. Wilkins’ arrest, had been used exclusive ly tor cases involving attempts to lix prices or to injure the reputation and, therefore, the business of a merchant by a com peting merchant by slanderous attacks and other harassing techniques. Centennial campaign will pro vide funds to help Improve the educational end the phy sical facilities es the 32 Southern Colleges comprising the UNCF.