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13 Jun 1964

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13 Jun 1964

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Detroit Tribune (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Detroit, Michigan10 volume 42�?number 2h Rurue. Detroit Public Library Jun 1 7 1964 Burton historical collection crusader for tha inv Nibia Divino rights of Mun saturday june 13, 1964 a a a Ltd Quot a. 10 the two Weathers by Andrew f. Fruehauf c.5. Tornadoes quakes myths burlesque of divine thoughts ideas Power sin pm a be a droughts hurricanes floods Devil s Adam eve lord gods Gen. 2 7, Etc excess rain heat cold of satan bound Jude Christian Al in on Christ scientist ideologies impure therapeutics education. The universe is 100? of thought cod s Christ scientists the real in atmosphere of love divine we the and move and breathe Quot and have our ce1ns Christian science hymn. Lust Quot fear Quot Quot fire Quot p. 586 5�si. Heaven within you a la be s s of Good saturates universe with heaven and eternal life a no births deaths sin matter hell and their father the Devil a Gigantic Adam eve frauds pm it a s Gen. 1 27 Quot male amp female Quot in one As Perch idles a Jesus and greatest Mary Baker Eddy s 40 plus of 89 years v. 31 Quot and god saw every thing that he ithe one re Al Parent creator a honoured by the cd la do is a Christ Jesus had made and behold it was la so very Good Quot �70 Gratiot Avenue. Detroit Mic in a it a it a sonic a it its single copy ten gents per y ear s4 olt it / Florida Alabama Mississippi a a a bos Ion u. Chaplain mobbed in Florida St broke i nun h in the three w e r e beaten Augustine. Fla. Trough police lines 300 negroes Man bin Start of a massive i w Hile integrator Inland a be Levison pioneers in education a James Meredith left and Harvey Gantt discuss their plans with the lawyer who succeeded in having them admitted to previously segregated Southern universities mrs. Constance Baker Motiey Asso Date counsel of the a act Legal defense and educational fund s 25th anniversary convocation held last week in new York City Meredith graduated in 1963 from the univer free Christian science lectures Detroit a Friday june 19, 8 p.m., fourth Church High school 20000 Evergreen Road a Ralph a Cessna. No collections Ever. State dems lag on rights a negro attorney charges Quot Quot Public letter Box Quot Detroit news May 24 to the editor the congressional reapportionment thru Gale in Lansing Between Michigan republicans and democrats has caused negro voters to begin a realistic i appraisal of the respective positions taken by these two major political parties on civil rights in Michigan during inc last two years. The reapportionment plan of the Michi see dems Page 2 Detroit Job count rises res sift of Mississippi. Gantt old the audience of his newly formed interracial committee to encourage More negro applicants to Clemson College in s.c., where he will be a senior next year. Bagwell photo w Ider front cameraman was injured when in movie earner i was slammed in is face. About a dozen helmeted Polt a and several dogs Fried to hold blk Fth Whites by about 50 broke through and fell upon a he negroes. Violence a Nib do h it n television cameramen turned in their Bri it Lichen in film the scene. One of the injured White i was identified i the Rev. William in Laud chaplain of Boston i my Cisily. Tom extent of his injuries was not known. The negroes had marched is a band of angry vim tuesday night and Alta 1 a in downtown St. Augu u Deg ration drive. Kohv to the to Ait of the 1 before the whiles broke Tillo. The demonstrators Lui redb. Toward i be negro Section sex of them fell tin ii s of Whites chased i in Ini Mil run attacks the March followed a t Oral judge s ruling in Jack Ville enjoining St. August officials from enforcing Ftp ban on racial demonstration let a Marlin Luther announced lie won return to the City wednesday Lead the desegregation drive b local did not Wail for him. A the parents get delinquency started by John c. Manning Detroit free press Mav 26 there has been much discussion in the last few Days about prosecutor Olsen s report on juvenile delinquency. Teachers judges politicians etc., have been loudly critical. See delinquency Page 2 Rell citing the strength of let a troite a economic resurgence unemployment declined to 47, u or 3 3 Parent of the labor Force on May 15. The May unemployment figure established a new eight year record Low Point. Thomas to Umill director of the m.e.s.c., said a previous Low record was 3 percent in decent her of 1955 when 45.00u were unemployed. May unemployment for the state at was 20.0011 Helow the april figure and represented 3.1 percent of the labor Force this was the lowest since the 3.5 percent reached in october of i�3. To Umill said. Detroit a Job holders on May 15 stood at 1,367,7u0, an increase of 10,300 Over the april figure figures of a year ago showed Detroit a unemployment at and Michigan unemployment a 131.000. June and july will see continuation of the entry of new work ers into the labor Force As schools and colleges close and re entrants into the labor Market will like Vise continue to Umill conclude Rowan in civil rights revolution Washington d. C. A in. S. Info tuition Agency director Garl t. Rowan cautioned civil rights advocates against concentrating exclusively on Street demonstrations while ignoring the other forms of protest saying that the Battle for human dignity is Complex and must be bought on Many Levels. A tear Gas and fire hoses in Alabama Church Tuscaloosa. Ala. A police used fire hoses an i Tea tuesday to rout negro demonstrators who took Refuge in a Church and hurled rocks bottles and furniture at the officers who surrounded them. A while policeman and his remarks came during a commencement address at Howard University Washington 1. C. Declaring that the rights do ministrations of recent years have a jarred the conscience of America Quot or. Rowan said that even this form of protest has not. Been sufficient to bring about the ends that Are sought. A men differ in both emotion and intellect you Cun convince one with moral suasion whereas you must shame an tiie government official slated. Quot you can move one Man with the inconvenience of a pick to line whereas another responds More quickly to the Force of Law that represents a new Standard Man with the human Lone of Boycott while another will a a permanently moved by thei son Lily and the intellect of a Well educated Man or woman or. Rowan said that there is today a need for a Quot master teacher Quot in the area of human behaviour. Equal service push by arc continues d evil s Empire of labor non Christ scientists of. Of his society you can move one a gang ruins 8 houses in labor strife Detroit news May 26 Philadelphia May 26. Map a about 100 men swinging clubs axes and s1 do hammers swept through sight houses in a nonunion project near Independence Hall yesterday causing $15,000 damage. See labor Page 2 eleven pickets arrested a t South african Mission to in new York a eleven pickets from civil rights and other groups were arrested last week As they staged a sit in at the South african Mission to the i n. The a sit ins were protesting political trials and mailings in South Africa. Quot take your Core and Naal i civic and human relation groups throughout the slate have been asked by the Michigan civil rights commission to inform ill Public that Public acco Moit i Lions facilities in Michigan not he denied anyone on the lib is of religion race color m a i Onul origin. More than 30 negroes were injured during Tho outbreak of via Leme that erupted when police refused to permit an anti segregation March in the downtown area. The clash was the first racial violence in Tuscaloosa since the University of Alabama accepted its first negro students last year despite Quot a stand in the school House door Quot by gov. George we Al lace three other negroes have been accepted for classes this summer. Police arrested 9<i persons in chiding 15 Juvenio s who w e limed Over to juvenile court. The others were charged with a variety of offences including in Law ill Assembly loitering and to sisting arrest and disorderly Eon duet several volleys of tear gos and bursts from wafer hoes were burled into in be Church. Negroes p o i. I of the first african a Baptist Church choking on the acrid Gas and rushed into tvs Dow town area lilo is . Police tried to contain t h c n without Success. Then officers began searching alleys and streets for the demonstrators an estimated 5oo negroes we packed in the Church before the planned downtown demons Ion. Protest marches have Bee held daily in this Hama town 500 Miles South we of Birmingham but Marche a have dispersed upon police in Ders in previous demons ratio Quot we can t turn Back any More Quot the Rev. Y. T Rogers told the mass meeting tuesday. Rogers was nested outside la Church when he a red to Lead demonstration toward a i. Downtown area. The group led by Rogers a halted by police chief w. M. Marable. Rogers told him he planned to March despite be Parade ban police said. The Chiel grabbed the m Volt and forced him into a a Maitin police car and he was hauled i jail police began forcing to other negroes Hack toward i Church. Taunting police As Thuv i treated the negroes return v to the Church which was rounded in officers. The i 1 Idle cd. Bomb in Mississippi registration do a i red Supply area razed in smashing Viet Victory Quot Detroit news Tay Ninh South Vietnam june 5. Apr Jungle trained . And vietnamese special forces wiped out a vital communist Supply area along the cambodian Border in a hazardous three Day Quot scorched Earth Quot operation that ended last night. See reds Page 2 Quot luxury softens up our allies in Asia Quot by Jack Anderson subbing for Drew Pearson free press May 29 Washington a one unmentioned Causa of our setbacks in Southeast Asia is that american Aid has often corrupted and weakened the men it was supposed to build up. See luxury Page 2 and get out of Here a spluttered South african ambassador mat Thys Botha to reporters. He was said to have been in touch with us ambassador Adlai Stevenson in an Effort to avoid an International incident. Stevenson had neither help nor advise and the demonstrators were finally a rested after a 4 hour sit. I a crowd of 45d pickets chant-1 de Freedom slogans and songs on the Madison Avenue pavement while the angry South african representatives were do Riding on their course of action j demonstrators then marched a mile to the United nations for n rally. La on Davis president of local 119� asked a Why Are we sup Posedly powerless to Stop the flow of Trade and investments to South Africa while we were ahle to organize a total blockade of Guba in a matter of Days a James Farmer told the do Mons orators that Quot the noose destined for the neck of Nelson Mandela must hang Aud Quot must be transformed into an economic Nooci around the neck of the apartheid other speakers included actors Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee and Bishop Stephen Spottswood. Rev. Donald Harrington introduced the speaker. Legal defense fund receives big boost Newyl Ork a announcement o an Anonymous gift of one half million dollars a the largest single contribution in civil rights history a was made last week by Jack Greenberg director Corni Sel of the a act Legal defense fund. Founded by the a act. Hut now separate and apm to the Law Gal defense fund serves As the Legal Arm of the entire civil rights movement. Its attorneys represent the association. Core. . Inv c and others seeking civil rights. Or. Greenberg said the gift was made in anticipation that Quot Lens of thousands who will pro sumaly he arrested in future non violent demonstrations will need Legal the commission has asked tie various groups to help distil nit a brochure which advises ii urls As to what recourse la Quot May take if they Are denied sen ice based on the above conditions. Burton i. Gordin. Executive director of the civil rights Cool Mission stated today that ten thousand of these brochures we a now in various tourist inform Tion centers. He added further however that the local groups i were being asic it i to participate i in publicizing the program for the Benefit of citizens who it to not visit tourist information cd n ers. The civil rights Commissi it a has mailed to Oxer 20,000 lice. Sed operators of hotels Motel restaurants a notice which Musl he posted staling that Public to comm Odaion arc to be provided ail persons equally. The commission staff is starting to visit i j cd neos in various an a Rhrou Hout the slate to explain the it a courthouse Canton. Miss. A a monday by a bomb tossed at which quarters civil rights \ two negroes asleep inside the building were not injured. David Dennis assistant program director of the Council it of Federated organizations coot which has sponsored the local voter registration Campaign said the bombing was reported to local authorities the Fri and the Justice department in Washington. police said they knew no thing of the incident and the Fri would not comment the second Freedom Day held two weeks ago in this missis Ippi own. Was i by 55 arrest. Unlike the first Freedom Day. February 28. When some 350 negroes marched to the courthouse this time police prohibited marching even by Small group. However 25 negroes reached the by err and succeed Viii cow was shattered it cd Anlon s Freedom he iter registration workers Jec Tives of the commission to a in going them. Or Wordin stated that he proc Dur a. Intent of the civil rights Connus i Ion is to carry out a persuasive program lather than a punitive one. He was firm however in i declaring that any Licensee who denies service to a legitimate purchaser will he subject to i a a compliance process of the civil rights commission. The go registration f f a men policemen armed with nights aka and Shotgun turned a c the marchers cml 75 Yards Ftp it i mount Zion Baptist Church where they had assembled under the leadership of Rev. H. Elton Cox. Twelve of the marchers there upon decided to Eha tenge Chepo lice barricade and were promptly arrested along with two a ministers who were act in observers and Edward hoilao., who was attempting to take picture of the arrests. The others arrested were i prospective registrants hut a dents who intended to picket a courthouse. Fifteen of them a it sized As i hex left pleasant arc Baptist Church. The rest a picked up As they got out ars in front of the court hoi. With their placards. One void Mckinley Llam Blein. Was Beal by police while being arrested that evening a car return to to Tugaloo College in jacks was halted by a g a n g of i a Whites one of the assailants a tempted to pull the Driver i and strike hint Wilh a nigh stick. However after 15 minut of threats the car was permit to proceed. One of its Passeggi was a pakistani Hamid or Vasch. The following night Atli Williams a highly respected not Gro storekeeper was halted on a dark Road by two policemen and beaten he finally fled info the Woods civil rights worker. George Raymond helped him to get safely into town. Library 964 Tosick. Ion lit it Iii by r.-. By v i Iti of it or to Ori inc n us 4\s it of not i it a if y m loll 1111 of Iii lot in in a to y of is. To a int a i a in Ito Lii i hat in vol a a �4. No of h melt a tt1 g. I Art sly Rovi. It a lit a lion in a if rur on Art at

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