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Detroit Tribune (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Detroit, Michigan10 a representing Quot our father Mother god Quot our Divino publisher Al Kif am crusader for Tho invincible triumphant Divina Rirs it i a if a % 10 volume 43�?number 48 saturday october 30, 1965 970 Gratiot Avenue Detroit Michigan a 48207 $ a copy ten cents per year $4.50 Christian science lectures free Detroit eighth Church Francis William cousins Church 20011 grand River ave., 8 ., mon., nov. 1. Dearborn Sylvia n. Poling Stout school 18500 Oakwood 8 ., tues., nov. 9. Detroit first Church Norman b. Holmes Community arts auditorium w. Kirby Between Cass and second aves., 3 ., Sun., nov. 7. Ypsilanti Lenore d. Hanks Church 8 ., tues., nov. 9. No collections Ever free press 10-26, col. 1"satellite Flop kills gemini 6 till next year blunders exposed evil via false gods sex alcohol tobacco soothing syrups Medicine wreck re Antioni impure anti Christ printed word and entertainment Devil serving i a a final blast is. Births floods lunacy satan thus exposed via negroes i catholics asiatics South american countries. Detroit news oct. 20 Quot positive climate urged Quot Liberal Council candidates lash politicking on crime Quot from our City county Bureau a Quot neighbourhood issues top All Cavanagh finds Quot by Joann Hardee chief of our City county Bur. Detroit news oct. 20 while one campaigning group of Council candidates talked of crime to an East Side homeowners association last night their counterparts appearing before a Northwest see crime Page 2 Quot a act aide raps influx of cubans Quot is negro s jobs key West Fla. A Washington Sun. Star . Oct. 17 key West Fla. Apr a negro protest and a congressional hearing Call came yesterday As cubans continued to swell South Florida s exile Colony. A a a in Washington the House foreign affairs committee subcommittee on inter american affairs said it would hold a hearing tuesday on the cuban refugee problem. Washington sunday Star oct. 17 Quot opinions of our columnists Quot Quot Richard Wilson a Quot peking outlines policy of destroying god via his Detroit Tribune my Christ science Messiah . To All nations is doing the destroying of the satanic unreal 1 the things seen temporal St. Paul a the evil i the human i the material i a merely shadowy a mythical mortal a thought Phenomena counterfeits i burlesque and fortunately see peking Page 2 flesh is. God s aids non Christ science fatal a Quot kidney victim loses Battle Quot Quot transplant fails girl Dies Quot Detroit free press oct. 13 Anniston Ala. Map a Jonnie Gail Honeycutt who always managed a smile despite her Long and painful Battle against a kidney affliction died in an Anniston hos see victim Page 2 n. Public official accused of harassment amp ridicule by a act or. William r. Keast to speak nov. 10 at great lakes building or. William r. Keast the new president of Wayne state University will be the speaker at the annual principals Day luncheon sponsored by the Booker t. Washington business association on wednesday november 10 at the great lakes insurance building 8401 Woodward. President Keast will speak on a invest in learning to improve darning it is the associations 31st annual principal Day luncheon. Tickets Are priced at $2.75. General chairman is Ernest Marshall of the Detroit Board of education. The fifth president of Usu or. Keast succeeded or. Clarence b. Hilberry now president emeritus. A native of Illinois. Or. Keast was vice president for academic affairs at Cornell University before coming to Usu. He received his b a. And pm. D. Degrees from the University of Chicago. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa the Johnson ians the modern language association bibliographical society and the National Council of teachers of English. He also served As a consultant to the Ford foundation and is an editorial advisor to the publishing House of Harper and Row new York City. City official Quot slaps association official or. William a. Keast Oil founder to speak at Solomon october 31king militant Philadelphia minister the Rev. Leon Howard Sullivan founder of what the Christian science Monitor called a one of the most exciting and helpful programs in America a will speak oct. 31 at King Solomon Baptist Church auditorium 6125 14th, at 4 The Peoples Community civic league 3630 Gratiot seeking to Start a self help Industrial training program modelled on Sullivan a successful opportunities industrialization Center Oil called the dynamic minister to Detroit to help them. Life Magazine cited him As one of americans 100 outstanding Young men in 1963, among other honors. A Parade led by bands color guards and Drill teams Start at 3 From Northwestern Field Down ferry Park to the Church where Sullivan will explain Quot the Nero has Learned to demonstrate registration campaigns continue Birmingham Ala. A following the dramatic Success of the a act voter registration project conducted throughout the state this summer continuing voter registration campaigns arc being conducted in Birmingham yes Sumer and Montgomery w. C. Patton a act voter registration Field director reported this week. In Bessemer on one of the Days that the registration offices arc open lines began to form at 6 30 a.m., two hours before the office opened. Although the registrars worked the entire Day or. Patton said they processed Only 307 applications. In Birmingham More than 1,000 persons waited in line patiently on oct. 13 to be registered. According to newspaper reports the ratio of new registrations has been 10 negroes to one White person. Federal examiners in Montgomery requested a act assistance in speeding up registration. A act efforts have been successful in turning out record numbers of prospective new voters and More than 2,000 persons have been registered since the Federal examiners arrived. And to protest but in Philadelphia now we recognize that he must also prepare himself and written up in the october readers digest the reporter the Christian science Monitor the Wall Street journal and other publications the Oil program stresses giving negroes new Job skills in areas where the demand for trained help is greatest but also to inspire negroes with Hope Confidence and a new Way of looking at themselves and anew 7 Point program planned Schenectady n. A plans have been announced for a special seven Point program to implement the new York policy calling for the elimination of racially imbalanced schools in the state. At a special meeting of All a act branches at the annual meeting of the new York state conference William Booth state president Frederick Jones state education chairman and miss june Shagaloff director of education program announced that a program would involve both statewide and local actions. Commenting on a recent u. S. Supreme court decision upholding the authority of the new York state commissioner of education to order school desegregation in my veme n. Y., miss Shagaloff stated a the supreme courts action at Long last clears the Way for Swift and firm implementation of the state policy that racial concentrations Are educationally harmful to All children and must be the original my veme complaint was filed by the a act. Five other no act complaints Are now pending before the commissioner and plans Call for the reactivation of these complaints and the filing of others based on the supreme court decision. A Osier aspect of the program which will involve Community action. Demonstrations and Littica Tion include urging the commissioner of education to i Vestiga e do Facto school segregation else where in the Sente and firm implementation of the state desegregation policy. Life. Quot Here they Shew you what other negroes have none a one of his thousands of students said shyly. Quot for the first time they make you realize that you Are of Oices first 500 graduates finishing eight week to one year courses in such Fields As Power sewing and restaurant practices. 80 percent were placed in Good jobs immediately a figure the readers digest called phenomenal. S new York a the slapping of mrs. Alfreda Brewster of the a act Branch in Rockville Centre Long Island by an official of the Village has been denounced As a the despicable act of a cad Quot by John a. Morsell assistant executive director of the National association for Tho advancement of coloured people. Mrs. Brewster was slapped by Robert b. Sassen chairman of the Village Board of zoning appeals at an official hearing on a proposed Urban renewal program for an area predominantly occupied by negroes. Mrs. Brewster vice chairman of the Rockville Centre tenants association was a member of a delegation protesting the proposal on the ground that it required wholesale removal of negro families without providing acceptable relocation. The attack occurred on the night of oct. 18 when mrs. Brewster asked or. Sassen to keep quiet so she could hear the speaker. After an Exchange of remarks the Man slapped her. Mrs. Brewster immediately filed charges and Sassen was arrested. In a Telegram to gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller senators Jacob Javit and Robert f. Kennedy and other officials the tenants association charged that As a result of their protest negroes were being Quot harassed area to organize new York a plans for organizing a Branch of the National association for the advancement of coloured people in the Watts area of los Angeles were announced Here this week by Gloster b. Current the associations director of branches and Field administration. The Branch in the riot torn area of los Angeles is being organized under the associations new organizational program authorizing the establishment of multiple branches in Urban centers. M i s s Gertrude Gorman an a act Field director has been assigned to work with Norman Houston president of the los Angeles a act Branch and other local a act officials in organizing the Watts Branch under supervision of the association s West coast regional director Eonard Carter. Organization of a he Branch will be completed by i the end of the year or. Carter predicted. Plans for establishment of multiple branches in Kansas City. Mo., and Omaha. Neb., were also announced by or. Current. Multiple branches have already been established in Dallas and Houston. Texas. Rev. Sullivan a new idea since copied by government programs Oil gives a pre jobs training to applicants who need Brush up work on Reading writing and arithmetic and perhaps personal Hygiene and speech help. Detroit s Oil is Well on the Way with a trustee Board of leading members of the Community buildings at and Pul Ford donated by Charles Helin of Helin Tekle company advisers who include directors of vocational education in the Detroit schools interested applicants for training and Volunteer teachers in several of the skilled Fields in which they Hope to train. But they still need Money for training equipment and machines and they can still use Many More people both supporters and trainees. Regular league nicotine Are thursdays at 7 30 Martens recreation Center. Mack at it. Elliott. A. W. Bush president Irma Craft executive Secretary. Denied their right to Freedom of speech and redress of grievances by their Public the committee called for an investigation of the Village government. A please help us restore peace Mutual respect and free discussion in Rockville Centre a the message concluded. In the Light of conditions in Rockville Centre it is not surprising than an individual would see fit to express his bigotry in an act of violence Quot commented or. names new Board new York a seven men prominent in education business Law and civil rights have been named to the Board of directors of the a act Legal defense and educational fund inc., judge Francis e. Rivers Board president announced. The new Board members arc Peter l. Buttenweiser director of instruction at North Carolina advancement school Winston Salem n. C. A. G. Gaston prominent Birmingham. Ala., businessman whose cute rpm uses include a 65-unit Motel. 70-unit apartment House $1.5 million insurance company and a Bank with assets totalling More than $8 million. Or. Percy l. Julian of Oak Park 111., founder of Julian laboratories inc. And laboratories Julian de Mexico s. A., both subsidiaries of Smith. Kline and French laboratories. Damon j. Keith senior partner in the Detroit Law firm of Keith Conyers and Anderson and prominent civic Leader. Burke Marshall former Bead of the civil rights division of the u. S. Department of Justice now in private Legal practice. Or. David g. Salten executive director of the federation of jewish philanthropies. New York and former superintendent of schools in new Rochelle and Long Beach n. Asa t. Spaulding president of North Carolina Mutual life insurance co., the largest negro owned insurance company in the nation. It was founded As an Independent Organ Zaron by a group of distinguished a act Board members in 1939. And now handles an estimated 90 per cent of All civil richts litigation not handled by the Justice department. The Board of directors under judge Rivers is responsible for Overall a policy of the Legal defense fund. Jack Greenberg director coun Sel. Is the funds chief administrative officer. Civil rights commission issues formal complaint Detroit a special a the Michigan civil rights commission today authorized the issuance of a formal order and a Public hearing in the complaint of Freeman Moore is William j. Pulte and in the complaint of Harold Crawford is Bud amp Leeds restaurant. In the amended complaint approved. The commission charges that the Beech Grove investment company. William j. Pulte inc., and William j. Pulte discriminated against or. Moore a negro because of his race when he attempted to buy a lot in an Oakland county development owned by one of the Pulte controlled corporations. When the commission attempted to investigate or. Moore a complaint the companies asked Oakland county circuit court to prevent the investigation. Judge Frederick Ziem dismissed Pultey a request for a restraining order in september. In the formal complaint authorized today the commission claims that refusing to sell a lot and to negotiate for the Sale and building of a Home because or. Moore is a negro constitutes illegal discrimination in the enjoyment of civil rights guaranteed by Law and the Constitution Quot including but not limited to the right to acquire and Pur Chace real property and the right to full and equal accommodations advantages facilities and privileges at places of Public accommodation. And the right guaranteed to a prospective purchaser of reel estate by Rule 2 of the Michigan corporation and securities commission to have a person acting a a broker refer an offer of Purchase to the owner for consideration by such commission rules require 20 Days notice for a Public hearing. The Public hearing will be scheduled following receipt of an answer to the complaint which is required within ten Days after it is served

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