Call for Student Power at Wayne State

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Fifth Estate # 30, May 15-31, 1967

The long-denied files of Wayne University students’ political and personal activities were discovered last week amid a protest about the lack of student involvement in the decision-making processes of the University.

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“Master Jesus on Venus” Claims Detroit Group

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Fifth Estate # 39, October 1-15, 1967

Probably one of the most unusual groups ever to meet in Detroit is the Aetherius Society headquartered at 20771 West 8 Mile Rd. The Aetherius Society is a worldwide non-profit organization which was organized says Miss Edna Spencer, head of

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Austin Burton Runs for President

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Fifth Estate # 39, October 1-15, 1967

There may be no smoke signals on the horizon or the beat of drums within earshot—but the United States has a candidate for President on the Indian ticket, once he is accepted into the tribe. The candidate is Austin Burton,

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Stoke in London

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Fifth Estate # 39, October 1-15, 1967

London (UNS) By Mail — Stokely Carmichael participated in the International Congress on the Dialectics of Liberation in London at the Round House. During his stay here, he also spoke with Black people from Asia, Africa and the West Indies.

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Prairie Flowers Growing Wilder Every Hour

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Fifth Estate # 39, October 1-15, 1967

Minnesota has by far the largest acreage of wild grass of any state in the nation, U.S. Bureau of Narcotics figures show. Last year county weed inspectors reported that they had discovered 1,723 acres of Cannabis in the state. To

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King Asks for Viet Vote

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Fifth Estate # 37, September 1-15, 1967

ATLANTA, GA.—Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has announced a nationwide campaign “to give Americans an opportunity to vote on the Vietnam war -through the time honored institutions of initiative and referendum.”

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Playgirl Caught

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Fifth Estate # 37, September 1-15, 1967

Playboy magazine’s June Playmate of the Month, June Gibson, was convicted August 23 on a charge of prostitution in Hollywood, California. The platinum-blond Miss Gibson was arrested in an apartment July 12 with another woman and a man. In the

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A short statement by an eminent American

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Fifth Estate # 37, September 1-15, 1967

Editor’s note: The following article appeared on the Religion Page of the Detroit Free Press of August 19, 1967. It refers to the creative use of natural rhythm. A leading doctor and editor of the national Journal of the American

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Work?!

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Fifth Estate # 284, July, 1977

THISTED, Denmark—Police are looking for a jobless worker who bit off the ear of a labor exchange official and left it wrapped in paper with the handwritten message: “This is your ear.” The victim was Arne Jensen, head of the

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The Secret of Work Revealed

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Fifth Estate # 284, July, 1977

WASHINGTON, DC—A noted New Jersey physician of social malaises, Dr. Maynard G. Krebs, recently told a federal panel investigating the causes behind the current epidemic of job refusals, “The less you have to do, the more you must ask a

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