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Detroit Tribune (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Detroit, MichiganVolume 43�?number 25 970 Gratiot Avenue , Michigan a 48207 saturday May 22, 1965 single copy ten cents per year $4.50the two Weathers by Andrew f. Fruehauf . Cod s Christ scientist a the real Quot in atmosphere of love divine we live and move and breathe Quot and have our being a Christian science atmosphere non Christ scientist prayers discipline. Alcohol tobacco d evil s empires of impure printed word i wreck re action entertainment Quot no business like the devils show business Quot a anti Christ a sex d evil s fertilizer of a l l evil tornadoes quakes myths burlesque of divine the of go to ideas Power sin in a be a droughts hurricanes floods civil rights litigation reported at record High Legal defense fund says cose Load up one third dogs in Manger clergy suspect 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 see two Weathers Page 2 free Christian science lecture sunday May 23�?detroit�?seventh Church 223 w. Grand blvd., 5 30 . A James Watt. Thursday May 27, 8 . A Ypsilanti a Church. Noel d. Bryan Jones. . Sentinel 5-15 no collections a Ever 4disaster exposes Devil Vietz via false gods sex alcohol tobacco soothing syrups Medicine wreck re action impure anti Christ printed word and entertainment Devil serving lieutenant governor William Mill Ken discuss sed party strategy with Republican leaders Joseph Belljr. And mrs. Bernice White both of Detroit at a recent Republican gathering in the 16th congressional District. Or. Bell serves on the Republican state Central committee where he is vice chairman of the finance committee. Mrs. White serves on the 16th District statutory committee which governs party affairs in the District. New York n. Y. The Case Load of the a act Legal defense and educational fund inc. A Legal of the civil rights movement increased by one third during 1964, marking a year of meteoric expansion. Some 223 separate groups of Legal actions 168 in 1963 were fought by fund attorneys according to the organizations 1964 Annna i report released Here today. Marked increase was also noted in the 13.419 peaceful demonstrators represented during 1961 �?28 per cent More than the 10,487 defended in 1963. In a statement summing tip the year of unprecedented growth director counsel Jack Greenberg predicts continued expansion of the Legal defense funds Effort to extend established rights Quot to All who arc denied their pledging his organization to an out fight against tokenism in civil rights or. Greenberg warns that a if tokenism becomes a Way of life it will become ingrained in. Law and in fact a part of our Constitution. This must never come to be a he asserts. The report discloses that in the 25th year since it was founded As a separate Independent tax exempt organization the Legal defense fund served As the Legal of virtually the entire civil rights movement by fighting 223 groups of cases in 15 states among them were 29 that reached the u. S. Supreme court enlarging its staff to 51, including 17 new York based attorneys working with 120 cooperating counsel throughout the South representing 13,419 defendants in demonstration cases and hundreds of others seeking Equality in every sphere of life raising and spending Over $1,400.000 in its Battle against bigotry. Attorney Genera named Pepsi s manager warns of racial violence this summer Public relations service new York May 17--u. S. Attorney general Nicholas Katzen Bach warned today that racial violence could flare up a in any one or More of 25 or 30 cities this in an interview appearing in the current Issue of look Maga Zic Katzenbach said that such violence would probably occur unless communities Quot face up to their slums Quot iry to solve their school problems and attempt to j i Mil jobs for unemployed Young people. Willi civil rights groups due in Mississippi again this summer i Katzenbach said that thing Sammy Davis or. A will not be tremendously diff rent than last he commented a there will be phony arrests and violence a blowing up a Church beating up a Guy. All this can happen. It depends on the pressure to and state authorities can put on klan Type a Katzenbach said he is worried about increasing Militancy in the civil rights movement. One danger of Loo much Militancy is hat it would alienate Liberal White support without which we can to do what we arc doing a he declared. In the interview Katz Ebah aimed criticism at clergymen who hush to join Southern Freedom marches but do Little for negroes in their own Home parishes. He commented in look a a these ministers who Are Quick to Fly to Selma Are less Quick to see the problem Back Home. They had better do something about it. If they done to the problems Are going to get exposes Devil via Detroit news Printer Robert Otis Wright 371 accessories after the fact printers Union methodist Church and an Ann Arbor Hospital Detroit news May 14 a Quot services for Roberi Otis Wright a Detroit news Printer since 1953, will be held at the Aldersgate methodist Church 10000 Beech Daly Redford township died in Ann Arbor Hospital Quot Quot Eisenhower again backs Johnson s intervention Quot los Angeles times May 10 new York up a former Republican president Dwight d. Eisenhower sunday again supported democratic president Johnson s moves in the dominican crisis. The former commander in chief of Allied forces in Europe told a news conference at the new York world s fair see intervention Page 2 Benefit readies $40,000 Mark Quot sex army chaplain summons parents to War on smut Quot the Mich. Catholic apr. 22 god s Detroit Tribune r. C. Part Way War on Devil animal magnetism anti Christ but be a is 1000% satan s multiplier of counterfeits burlesque and symbols see War on smut Page 2 receipts from ticket sales for the record setting May 9 Benefit performance by Sammy Davis and Dick Gregory at Detroit a masonic auditorium have reached nearly $46,00 1, according to Malcolm i. Denise Ford Moli a company vice president and or silent of the Detroit sponsoring committee. The Benefit under the general auspices of americans conscience fund will help restore churches and Homes destroyed during violence attributed to racial to Mark Evers death with ceremony new York a the National association for the advancement of coloured people will Mark the second anniversary of the death of its Mississippi Field Secretary Midgar Evers wit i a graveside memorial service sunday june 13, in Arlington com chary outside Washington. D. C. It was announced this week. In making the announcement Gloster r current a act director of branches and Field administration said the association s fast coast branches Are being invited to Send representatives to the or Remony. Or. Evers was shot to death from ambush in front of his Home in Jackson. Miss., on june 12. 1963. Byron de la Beckwith a White fertilizer Salesman who was charged with the killing is now fice on Hail after two trials ended in Hung juries. One of those planning to attend the ceremony is or Eversz brother Chari s. The present a act Mississippi Field director. Joseph Ned Rlander of the Fisher theatre and a member termed the Gross receipts a undoubtedly the largest in Detroit history for a single night theatrical Williams Freedman said returns Are still coming in from individuals who sold Small blocks of tickets and that the final figure May lie in excess of $40,000. Or. Denise called the record ticket sales and standing room turnout a a tribute not Only to Llie performers who donated their time and talents hut to the metropolitan Detroit Community As a co chairmen of to Detroit committee were Walter a Routher Law president and Richard e. Cross chairman of american motors Fuller takes office Alexander Fuller vice president of the Wayne county Al Cio and newly appointed member of the Michigan employment so eerily commission will Lake his oath of office in governor Romney s office at 2 00 pm wednesday May 19. Supreme court Justice Otis m Smith will administer the oath in the presence of governor Romney. Other commissioners and friends of or. Fuller. Or. Fuller was appointed by governor Romney and his appointment was confirmed last tuesday by the Michigan Senate. He will take office As a Democrat and representative of la Bor succeeding commissioner Tom Downs who has served in that capacity longer than any other commissioner Ever Serr fix up Campaign underway the Ralph Bunche Council inc. Will k i c a off its annual clean up fix up Campaign with a Parade and Community festival saturday May 22, 1965 beginning at 9 30 . At Adalaide Park. Highlighting the Parade will be float honouring the clean up f i a up Queen and her court a keep Detroit Beautiful with mrs. Martin Naimark president of the mayors committee mrs. Naimark will Crown the Ralph Bunche Council Queen during the cer Monics. Marching groups from explorer scouts boys scouts. Junior lock clubs mounted police leading the Parade Ralph Bunche councils float a float from the Mic Itigan consolidated Gas company department of Public works Franklin settlement Drill team r. Jay teen club and several ears representing Block club organizations and churches from the Community. The Parade route is As follows assemble in Adalaide Park Clin ton at Jos. Campau North on Mcdo Gaii to Vurnor Hwy East on Vurnor to it. Elliot South on it. Elliott to kerch Vai East on kerch Vai to Van Dyke North on Van Dyke to Charlevoix to Elmwood South on Elmwood to Hunt and disband on Lacara playground with cer Monics and program v. Nicholas Hood announces candidacy Rev. Nicholas Hood. Minister of the Plymouth congregational Church 514 Garfield Street. Detroit announced today he will be a candidate for the Detroit common Council id the election this fall. One Hundred citizens of Detroit were invited to have lunch with or. Hood on monday. Mav 17, at the pick fort Shelby hotel at 12 00 noon for the purpose of contributing $1 00 for the filing fee and the Cost of their Loach Louis e. Brownjr. Detroit a Louis e. Brown. Jr., has been appointed manager Public relations services for the Pepsi cola bottling company of Mic Itigan it was announced by William r. Barnes vice president and general manager. Brown 32. Who joined the company in 1960 As a sales representative previously was Spe Cial markets manager for the state of Michigan. He is a former account executive with radio stations Schb and Wilb and one time advertising manager of the Detroit courier newspaper and originally began his business career As a histological technician after receiving a Bachelor of science degree from Dillard University new Orleans in 1953. Before that he graduated from Northwestern High school Here. He spent two years in the . Army As a sergeant in the far East command and was honorable discharged in 1956 after Tours of duty in Japan Korea and Guam. Lie is a member of the National association of Market developers and the National association of radio announcers. His Hobby is music he plays trumpet and bongos and is a jazz Buff. His wife Joan and their four children Marilyn. 7 Pemela. 6 Louis Earl Iii 5, and two year old Karen live at 2613 South Ethel St., Detroit. The Browns Are members of St. Andrew and Benedict roman Catholic Church. He is the son of or. And or Louis e. Brown. Sr., of 6111 Vancourt Detroit. His father is superintendent of the grand River-15th Street station. . Post office. His Mother Mattie is founder and director of the Peter pin Nursery school inc

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