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203; Arch Weave~ling, 202. HERCULES LEAGUE w L Dr. F~hno~ 79 49 Jenserfs Texaco68 60 Jewe~l Ckmv~ty Record 64 64 ROy's ~ 61 67 Spe~ Wash 57 71 PUT YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK WITH INSURED SAFETY CURRI DITIDI RATE: 4 WE OFFER ACCOUNTS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS; JOINT, TRUST, SAVE-BY-MAIL ARE READILY AVAILABLE WHEN NEEDED BELOIT BUILDING & LOAN ASS'N BELOIT, KANSAS FUNDS NEED THESE TWO PROFITp. o.u,,.. IMMEDIATE DeliVery O0 BILLION BLACKJACK THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL CONSTITUTES THE GREATEST GRASP FOR EXECUTIVE POWER IN THE 20th CENTURY The American people are heing~et up for a blow that would destroy their right to determine, for .the. resolves how.they will hve: What.is being piously presented as a humane effort to redress past wrongs~the "Cwil Rzghts" bill--m, m fact, a cymcal demgn to make even the least of us, black and white alike, subject to the whim and caprice of government bu- reaucrats. Unless American workers, farmers, business and professional men, teachers, homeowners, every citizen awakens now, harsh Federal controls will reach into our hom~ jobs, businesses, and schools, into our local and State elections. and into our municipal and State governments. $100 BILLION BLACgJACI( You should know, through this bill you are to be struck by a $100 Billion Blackjack--almost the total Federal budget. Your tax money is to be used as a weapon against you. That is t~e meaning of the Civil l~ghts bill: (1) It would amend every Federal law (hundreds of them) that deal with finandng so that each Federal department or foa~ency could make its own ~tions to manipulate Fe~_nd funds: Each Federal department or agency would define r itself what is 'discrimination ' and apply its own penaities (Sees. 60~-602). (2) It would empower Federal political appointees--through the use of the blacldkt, eancellat~en of contracts, foreclosure. and other punitive means--to use almost $100 billion a year to force our people to knuckle under to Executive dictation (Sees. 601-602). You should know this. TOTAL FEBERAL Ooilr#Ol Within its coverage the bill now pending in the United Stat~ Senate would: (a) Allow l~ople to be jailed without trial by jury (Titles I, II, III, IV, and VII). (b) Allow the government to hold Star Chamber m and to imprison those who disclose, without permimion, what went on behind its closed doors (See. 501). (c) Deny an individual the right to freely meek employment without Federal interference as to race or r~iglon--it would deny this right (Titlea VI and VII). (d) Deny the employer the right to hire, fire, promote and demote without Federal interference as to race or religion--it would deny this Hght (Titles VI and VII). (e) Deny to School Boards (public and private) and to colleges the right to determine, unhampered by the Federal govern- ment, how their students and teaching staffs should be handled--it would deny this right (Titles IV, VI, and VII). (f) Take from local and State oflldals fheir right, without Federal interference To handle local and State elections (Title I); To regulate local parks, swimming pools and other reereatioanl faciliti~ (Title III); To regulate hotels, restaurants, motion-picture houses, stadiums etc. (Title II); and To regulate employment practices (Titles VI and VII). II I I THE IlY~JTEilg WO#B: OI$~BINIIIATIOII The bill now pending in the United States Senate would (a) Allow each Federal department and agency to determine for itself what is and what is not "discrimination" (Titlm V, VI, and VII)--the bill, itself, does not define the word. (b) Allow each Federal department and agency to determine for itself what is and what is not "race" and "religion" (Titles IV, V, VI and VII)--the bill, itself, does not define either word. Therefore, there would be no uniformity of interpretation. What might be classified as a "discriminatory practice" by one a~W~', might not be so classified by another agency. WITillil TIlE ~0¥£#A~£ OF Tills BILL, FEBEBAL ¢OIITIIOL WILL EXTEND TO-.* FARMER~ u to: 1. All Federal farm programs. $. Employees and tenants. $. Member~b!n in farm or~nization.~. EMPLOYEES AI~O LABOr UNION MEMBERS, as to: 1. Seniority in employment. ~. Seniority tn apprenticeship programs. $. Racial balance of job classifications. 4. Prdere~tial treatment of minorities. 6. Membership in unions. BUSINESSES AND BANKS, as to: 1. Hiring, firing, promotion, and compensa- tion of dmployees as well as their terms and conditmns of employment. 2. Racial balance of office staffs and job clarifications. 3. Employee facilitie~ 4. Approval and foreclosure of loans by banks. HOTELS, MOTELS AND I1£STAURANTS, as to: !. Rental of rooms. 2. Service of customers. 3. Hiring, firing and promotion of employees. ~: The outHn~ appearing affect those persons who fall within the categories to the extent described in the i0 bills ("Titles") em- bodied in this package of legislation subject to minor exceptions. Detailed analysis may be obtained from this Committee. If you wish this bill defeated, you can defeat it: Write your Sen. ator~ both of them. Write them, now, today, and tell them you oppose it. Tell them why. There is no other way. If yon want this bill stopped, write your Senators, now, and tell them so. HOSPITALS, as to: 1. Medical and nursing staffs. 2. Technical, deriesl and other employe~. 3. Patients' beds and operating rooms. SCHOOLS AND TEAOHEII~ as to: 1. Handling of pupil~ 2. Employment, di~harge, promotion m~! compensation of faculties. $. Occupant- of dormitories and use of facUifies. *FREE BOOK "Unmasking the Civil Rights Bill," a detailed analysis of this bill may be had from this oommittee. Single copy... Free More than 1 copy... 10e eaeb THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE FOR DAMENTAL AMERICAN F