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Detroit Tribune (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Detroit, Michigan4 10 volume 43�?number 18 Detroit Michigan saturday april 3, 1965 the two Weathers by Andrew f. Fruehauf is god s Christ scientist a the real Quot in atmosphere of love divine we live and move and breathe Quot and have our being i a Christian science hymn. Sex lust atmosphere non Christ scientist i prayers discipline. 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A Arnold h. Exo. Christian science Sentinel p. 524, mar. 20 five for Detroit and environs april sunday april 4, Detroit a sixth Church a 14730 Kercheval ave., 3 . A Arnold h. Exo. Tuesday april 6, Ferndale a Church 2101 Livernois ave., 8 . A Arnold h. Exo. Sunday april 11 a Birmingham a Derby Junior High school 3 30 Georgina Tennant. Friday april 16, Detroit joint lecture a Palms theatre 1 . A Georgina Tennant. Friday april 16, Flint joint lecture a Annex 1 . A James Watt. No collections Ever i leaders pause to Honor mrs. Liuzzo civil rights leaders paused tuesday to Bury the latest in a Long line of dead a a White heroine from Detroit. Then they went Forth to begin anew their struggle to have men judged by what they rather than by what they Are. The leaders joined Detroit and Michigan dignitaries in a Flat roofed Brick Church on the North West Side and heard a roman Catholic priest Tell them a a a we Hurt. America hurts All of us who have any Pride in what our country stands for. America hurts. Those who wish us evil must the Eulogy a and its internal charge to March until Quot love and truth Quot conquer Quot hate and deception Quot a was delivered for mrs1. Viola Gregg Liuzzo 39, a Mother of five. Mrs. Liuzzo was slain by a Rifle Bullet last thursday night As she drove along us-80, ferrying marchers from Montgomery to Selma Ala. H vote Bill sen Ervin too much Powell too Little Quot by Andrew j. Glass of the Herald Tribune staff Washington . Trib., mar. 24 Ervin a Judas Pilate alias Devil sen. Sam j. Ervin jr., d., n. C., sitting on the dais of the Senate judiciary committee and buttressed by piles of Law books yesterday for hours on end Denoun see Powell Page 2 u. S. Supreme court s pet Quot news of the churches Quot mrs. Murray hit for Quot filthy Quot talk Quot Devil s eve by Kenneth Dole the Washington Post mar. 20 god s Detroit Tribune second coming Christ science Messiah i purification i sanity i imperative i the free thought society of America would like to see the name of Madalyn Murray dropped As Ono of the complainants in its suit to abolish tax exemption for churches. See pet Page 2 senior citizens housing confab to open april 5 leaders of Church fraternal social service labor and other groups arc invited to attend a one Day workshop on the topic of housing for senior citizens. The workshops will be held As follows april 7 a Consumers Power company 4600 Coolidge Royal Oak. Just South of 14 mile Road 34 mile e. Of Woodward ave april 8 a Lincoln Park. John f. Kennedy memorial recreation Center 3240 Ferris Lincoln Park. A series of 4 such meetings were held throughout the state of Michigan in february. The interest was such that the panel has been asked to present the same information to interested people in the Tri county area on the above two dates appropriate housing for senior citizens is a problem receiving the attention of state National and local organizations and Public agencies. The cooperative Extension service an educational Agency is coordinating efforts of several agencies to provide this one Day seminar on senior citizens housing needs and financial assistance programs available to communities for housing senior citizens. The program team will include representatives from the Federal housing administration housing and Home finance Agency Public housing administration and Community facilities administration. Representatives from the Michigan commission on aging and local Bankers will also be present. . Braced a president Johnson right announced from White House arrest of four Kun flux klan members in Alabama. With president is j. Edgar Hoover director of the Federal Bureau of investigation. Hon. Hobart t. Taylor named principal speaker for negro College dinner the Hon. Hobart t. Taylor associate counsel to the president will be the principal speaker at the dinner which will inaugurate the 1965 United negro College fund in Michigan. The dinner will be held at 6 30 ., Friday april 9, at the Statler Hilton hotel. It is expected that More than. 500 Volunteer workers will attend. Or. Taylor a former assistant Wayne county prosecutor in Detroit has served in several governmental capacities in the past four years before appointed to his present High Post by president Lyndon b. Johnson. Two of the 33 colleges represented in the fund will have major representation at the dinner. Or. James a. Colston president of Knoxville College the fund president assigned to the Michigan Campaign will speak and musical interludes will be provided by the Tougaloo College choir. Other speakers will include William t. Gossett general counsel for the Detroit Law firm of Dykema wheat Spencer Good now and Trigg and National chairman of the Unco Richard e. Cross chairman of the Board american motors corporation and chairman of the Unco executive committee in Michigan and Lee Hills executive editor first time conference termed Friendly Frank Montgomery Ala. A for the first time since he became governor governor George c. Wallace met with a delegation of civil rights demonstrators tuesday to listen to racial complaints. Both sides agreed the meeting was the 80-minute conference took place with delegation essentially the same As one which failed in an attempt to see the chief executive following the Selma to Montgomery March on the Capitol building where Wallace has his offices. Wallace has contended All along that he would meet with any responsible groups of alabamians but would have nothing to with a outside in the group tuesday was the Rev. James Bevel an aide of or. Martin Luther King who listed his address As Birmingham although in the past he has listed it As Atlanta. Dressed in his usual garb of overalls and Skull Cap Lavaf was asked How he came to be included in tuesday s meeting. A a in Man alabamian i pay traffic fines Here All the time a he laughed. Although Wallace did not make a statement after the session his press Secretary Bill Jones scribed the meeting As a a Friendly Frank the group consisting of 15 negroes and one White carried a petition demanding removal of the state poll tax an a Send of police brutality a More Liberal voter registration opportunities and appointment of negroes to state policy making boards. The group also demanded that negroes be immediately appointed to the Alabama Highway patrol. It was the patrol with the Aid of Dallas county officers that turned Back the first attempted Selma to Montgomery March with clubs and tear Gas. The Rev. Joseph Lowery who acted As spokesman for the delegation said the group was received a cordially and a we asked him Wallace to give his leadership in building Bridges of communication in our state a Lowery said. A we told gov. Wallace he is our governor. We Are hopeful he will use his cat Power of leadership to bring peace to our Wallace a office said the governor received the be gelation a petition a and reiterated the fact that his office is always open to alabamians regardless of race Creed color or National car endorsed affirmative action of compliance by construction projects Hobart t. Taylor publisher of the Detroit free press and chairman of the 1965 Michigan Unco Campaign. Reverend a. A. Banks jr., pastor of the second Baptist Church will deliver the invocation and Benediction. Service awards will be made to several Campaign workers for valued voluntary activity and the 1965 Campaign quota will be announced. A a for futher information please Contact Fred a. Huber or. Two 1 6178. The commission on Community relations has endorsed and has transmitted to the mayor and City Council a recommendation that the City of Detroit adopt an affirmative action contract compliance program for construction projects that will ensure equal Opportunity practice among firms bidding for City construction contracts. University reinstates students Lawrence kans. A after a meeting of More than two hours with representatives of the National association for the advancement of coloured people the Congress of racial Equality and Lawrence ministers University of Kansas Chancellor w. Clarke Wescoe yielded to demands to reinstate 110 students suspended for protesting practices of racial discrimination during two Days of demonstrations on Campus. All the groups supported student demands. Addressing a rally outside the University a administration building following the meeting on March 9, the Chancellor also said Steps would be taken to end any Bias in student housing in advertising accepted by the student daily newspaper and in placement of student teachers. He said the University would negotiate with the students on other demands such As establishment of a policy against Covert racial discrimination in fraternities and sororities. A act mourns the a Astaff member Daisy new York. A former a act staff member and longtime member of the a act Board of directors mrs. Daisy Lampkin died this week at the age of 83 in her Home in Pittsburgh. In a Telegram to her husband William Roy Wilkins a act executive director stated Quot to the civil rights movement her passing Means the loss of a Stal. Wart supporter and a courageous mrs Lampkin had devoted her entire life to the cause of civil rights. Prior to her election to the a act Board of directors in 1949 she had been a Field Secretary for the association beginning in 1927. During the years when the organization was building she introduced the now nationally used idea of local membership campaigns and was responsible for organizing hundreds of branches and youth councils across the entire nation. Mrs. Lampkin was also Active in the National association of coloured women having served As National organizer chairman of the Board and vice president. She also helped the late Mary death of Lampkin Mcleod Bethune organize the National Council of negro women and Early in her career worked for women a suffrage with the Lucy Stone league. For Many years mrs. Lampkin was an officer of the Pitts. Burgh co Trier. She was also Active with the links and Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Or. Wilkins and Gloster b. Current Nacco director of branches and Field administration will be among those to a tend her funeral on monday March 15, at Grace presbyterian Church in Pittsburgh. Car actions positive in race cases Detroit March 23 a Orchard lanes Bowling Alley in Pontiac has offered a prime time space to the Pontiac Community Bowling league for the 1965-66 season the Michigan civil rights commission announced today. The commission had issued an order to Orchard lands requiring it to offer time comparable to Lime offered to White leagues of similar size. Negotiations Between Orchard lands and the league has resulted in a contract being offered for monday nights during the 1965-66 season. The claimant has indicated that this time is acceptable and indications Are that the contract will be signed tomorrow. The civil rights commission also filed today in circuit court in Wayne county a petition for enforcement of its own order in the Dearborn City Hall bulletin Board Case requesting that mayor Hubbard appear and show Causa Why he should not be ordered to comply with the commissions order requiring that he discontinue posting on Public bulletin boards materials which a would tend to degrade or humiliate or defame or hold up to Public ridicule and contempt the negro in other commission action 27 claims alleging discrimination were dismissed for reasons of no probable cause to credit the Alle. Nations and 14 claims were closed As satisfactorily adjusted. The 14 eases in which adjustments were secured included 1 employment cases 3 Public accommodation cases 2 housing cases a a 5 cases involving Law Ensor rent agencies. Rev. Louis Johnson of the and hoc committee for clergymen concerned with the elimination of discrimination in employment presented this recommendation at the March 15 committee meeting. Rev. Johnson stated that continued and widespread discrimination which present barriers to employment Opportunity in Many of the skilled trades is injurious to the health and welfare of the total Detroit Community. In order to move toward the elimination of this discrimination the clergy committee recommended that the City of Detroit adopt the following implementation procedures 1. That the a affirmative action equal Opportunity contract clause required when Federal funds Are used be adopted As the single Standard nondiscrimination clause in All of the City a contracts for building construction. 2. That each bidder for a City construction contract be required to submit with his bid a racial inventory of his employment. 3. That prime and sub contracts for City construction be awarded Only to bidders who have been certified by the appropriate City Agency who Are in compliance with the a affirmative action equal Opportunity clause. Taking note of the significant i role which the and hoc clergy committee has played in urging adoption of a similar program by the Detroit Board of education the commission unanimously endorsed these proposals and urged that they be adopted As City policy governing All appropriate City agencies. As part of its program to ensure that equal employment opportunities be made available to All citizens regardless of rce the commission on Community relations is constantly seeking ways in which to guarantee the non discriminatory operation of All firms which transact business with the City of Detroit

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