Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
1 Apr 1961

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1 Apr 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - April 01, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland De. Note a the Story of the crucifixion is one of the most important in christianity. What appears below is an account of that event written in Modem Day language As of it had happened today Good Friday. It is presented with reverence in the spirit of easier \ by la tire amp in. A i a Judas Iscariot the Man who betrayed Jesus Christ his former Friend for 30 pieces of Silver has hanged himself. Flash a gov. Pontius Pilate says he has word the religious Leader will Rise from the dead sunday morning ordered the Tomb scaled. By staff correspondent Golgotha hear Jerusalem a despite governor1 Pontius pilates to last minute efforts to save the life of the religious Leader Jesus of Nazareth a mob of More than a 1.000 # persons today witnessed him crucified on a Cross along with a two thieves at Goliath a. Strange circumstances surrounded his death. Neighbouring towns were thrown into panic As an the arca for Miles around. At press time this evening. It was disclosed that the famous Temple at Jerusa inn was destroyed. Eyewitnesses stale that the veil was torn in shreds by too mile an hour winds. According to the latest reports. Many persons believed to have been dead and buried for hundreds of years were seen walking the streets in the holy City. Tombstones in outlying cemeteries have been overturned. A hundreds of citizens say the dead still rising from their Graves. At the time the condemned religious Leader died. Although it was mid afternoon the sky was overcast and darkness of night had already come. A a a Karly this morning it Friday tile chief priest continued on Page Blue Streak edition 69th year no. 72baltimore, md., april 1,1961 32 pages 15 cents vhf. � v a. %. A a a a craves quads plan for easter a � Quot a Vav a i i v � or a to it a a to a a a a ii a a says no on rights Bill by Max Johnson a. Gallagher id. 3rd a. Annapolis �?".�?owe had. , another sex Moor of mapped a designated plan of the Bill a owe might have got action with certain persons ten the Bill through. At least designated to speak briefly on. There would has a been a very the Bill. Close ?� a Othis plan had the a still another sponsor. Mur Proval of All concerned and Ray Abramson id. 4th d., we were proceeding according to the plan. It a Othen everything went haywire. Alexander Stark 5th do a Ballo i had this to say a Oit s a shame. There was a lot of work done on that Bill lining up commitments it a to Balto was speaking Here these Are typical of the wednesday explaining the comments fron several sudden death on the floor of general Assembly members. The House of delegates of a As House Bill"579 was killed by a voice vote on the floor of the House tuesday. Principals who had honed the Bill to the blamed an unscheduled speaker a for the. Sudden death of the Bill. They charged v that this speaker who used almost an . timetable. Bears race tag Baltimore Urban by discrimination and Qon Spir Newal and housing Agency to Ady to discriminate in re secret marketability Anniv neural programs Here. A. I Sis for proposed residential in hic Joplin j hogans Remol renewal a project \ has kicked up a storm willed includes i a Telegram from the Jana up to Ith Sidcot John f. Kennedy Duir Viil racial Public accommodations Bill that had been petitioned out of committee the Day before. A oif things had Belike we4- had planned a Saia Francis it me the Pettio floor i or. Luchs a. Bitler. Or. Butler Dies at 69 is 2. Claims that coloured families Urc being forced from renewal areas with no return safeguards in fact with Home Price harriers Ami racial blocks aired at limiting their return. 3. Renewed contentions by Rha is refusing to accept an open occupancy clause in contracts with developers because it condones racial discrimination. Long Sho item in felled by escaping Gas a Page 32 Baltimore saw the first blood shed in the civil was planned parenthood both on feature Page. Services held for dry Quot Albert 0. Held Veteran basis of tue new outcry is the Market analysis summary which became Public wednesday after it was revealed to the City Council to judiciary committee. The analysis by Morton Hoffman economic and or Baa Quot fir marked the a overwhelming upset a planned or. Armand Butler a Delisl Paffie s major ill Quot of the proposed 69. Practising dentist Here to Onmi Irver Rovn St by Mary Stratford Quot and Don Harewood Washington a owe had arranged with Perry Wilkinson Prince Georges and speaker of the House for a Roll Call vote a or. Stalk told the afro. A but after the planning � was so far upset we knew a Roll Call vote would have made us look very bad because we could see Vee had lost Manv of 69. Practising dentist he Reolo Lumi of Home for Vinic families. For 41 years died at his pm so fryc a is to Home 3200 Windsor ave., on winners Page 20 tuesday evening. The body is at the Nutter j a nor fill funeral Home. Funeral j � Vallui. We or. Butler was a a live of Savannah it a. The j son of Tho late Nathan but a tor and Sarah j. Brown. Mrs Brown made her Home Here would in a Baltimore with / k Many tile death of a 17-year old j merits epileptic who was killed by. A owe had wanted the Roll steam in a locked room of j Call vote. Just in the event an empty cottage at Cedar i the Bill did t pass we would Knoll school touched off a know which of the delegates probe by the District Wei to try to vip Over Al the fare department wednes of next session.1 a a a Day. Quot a � a a it Quot a owe done to know yet what House Bill 579 . Win result from tav Colv ration,1. Gerard m. Shea deny a person service in a Ca in 1946.�? was welfare Quot trap Conrad mate. Died swiftly Friday. He was scalded severely by 300 degree steam it and boiling Waler under 441 pounds of pressure which is i caped from a broken pipe. I the Coroner said Conrad third degree hums and epilepsy. Officials Al the school for j delinquent children were \ a puzzled Over the Circum stances of his Deal. But they denied anyone was to blame for the incident. 17ie\ analysis further Breaks Down the housing Hilo rental units and into location parcels. Of the total 3.000 to 3.600 ser lets Are set for i pm a i for saturday at Grace Prysby juju 6x w66k jibe area he remarked 2.mi Tyrian Church where lie was j to 2,500 for while families a member of the Cliola and no the Bah afro Honor Jam 1.000 for coloured. Trustee. I Boll will he published in next this is the Overall i our commit pastor c tev. Bob s edition Ert Newbold will officiate to. Ask Juk to halt brutality j to Ai nor Jackson. Miss car. J r Oval Fremont arca of Buji Anes hounded by i. Royal we. Cathedral St. Ami Howard St., on. Die East millinery and is. Mary to 51. On the South Fremont ave. Ami Pennsylvania ave. In Hie West. And Fulton and Druid Lake drive to the North. Coloured ill time Ltd jew now represent. 13.37ft of Hie f 19.502 area Householder continued on Page 23 continued Page 2 meeting railed to protest Pollee brutality. Pollack forces say no redistricting now Kevin Market with a Feather on Hie Side grown-ups1 fun for the Annapolis Graves quadruplets. The three girls have on samples of the kind of flowery frilly a chapeaux Katherine Mary red red roses \ which will be seen on the towns ladies to the easter Parade while the boy has on a Dapper plummet hat suitable for a teen Ager. Annapolis a Ohe urged legislative districts. = us not to go ahead but to or. Stark to statement a break up action on Redis came after James la. Jack a tricking at this time because \ Pollack. Baltimore fourth it might be District political Leader had to of in f i r i p or Alexander Stark a. 5th collared his affiliates in the part knt investigation 1�?o f81 7 was started after the Mies lure afternoon minute meeting. Lion of whether the Dov inca Lin new pans on As this caucus broke up. I House Bill 895 which props Amr. Pollack designated or. Continued on Page 31 is to Timorisi Stark As the official spokes Man for the group. The a Ohey to to or Mark re area do s w figures in present in a 10-year it period in the area ,. 200 to 250 Homes for Sale. The meeting attended by at $15,000 to $20,000 for Whir a act leaders of the area families and hundreds of students 400 Homes for Safe of i. And local residents was 500 to for coloured it ailed by Medgar Evers to families protest die treat Mem by i who to i 250�? a1 Ciu Lee i a glum Al per Mew a room each month for while who sought to attend the families and Inal. Wednesday of nine Homes Al $27 icon limed add at i juju a room Yaeli on Page 2 continued on Page 2 Lern Manider Hill an editorial i what s cooking. Erred to in stating Quot he quads spend second easter at Home with 8 Sisters Brothers by Elizabeth m. Oliver sunday. April 2. Will Mark the second easter for the Graves quadruplets of Quot Annapolis. living ? age in this arca of from California from their like to enjoy whatever die self styled godfather Gerard Aller a native of Europe and at Ballet instructor. Bunnies easter bonnets for the three girls and an easter hat for the boy a Nacri a wifi Anyiwo family serves. Him Marie. Katherine Mary Karen Mao and Kevin Mark Are their names. A it a they Public meetings open to All Icv a Teft Bah Nafther t Tow twi of a plan to spin Jhc Day dinner for the famed the institution. a Broth floods will be nothing City Council every monday 5 City Council Chambers. City Hall. State real estate commission. Meets regularly at end of month. Ii siding. Sex sir la a coming events. Ii the Cpru a from Annapolis Arr to be our did a face Ahre. Then the plan to Vadis Lwirt the file. And let i the Coloru Vole i Lite fourth District a dead for la session of hic general assemble. This then is Good news. Hut not to Good As to Jill m. Urged us not to go ahead a into foolishly believing that the Mem pm will not he made was or. Pollack again pc to ctu.1. A a to 1 Idiz become cd Iclene that hic Poi la Ive Loi is of f Sli Unherr by Civ v mild like to see the fourth a Jordo or Somme vote and Nti Zens a. Committees could gel to. La Gerri Maudenna Kisic e dead for Tim be aether on redistricting lie the political hic stains arc to going to let it n it Imp. Pollack would tie for main Huned forever. ?�. When it revived tilt voters of the fourth i i it to a a asked what All ibis meant will have to fight again to protect themselves from who i in terms of further action on. Who would Eon Limie to the political thrones. Til ii ii Nampa is Rev iii1 now Thal tic v tors of Lluc Cut have scan i acc anon or Stark stat 1,App a Quot a chips they will realize the Only Way to Mak. C j it a it. Certain it never happens to turn 0 new March 26-May 14. Works of religious Art from the 6th Century to the 19th Century will be Dis played in at Survey of the Basic changes that occurred will he introduced asking1. In the. Conception and repro that. The Gay. . Sol a Atefi it fire a fed Quot til Quot i think that a Resolution Caile Quot. Ors. Cia Jib they. A a made the Cuil of Quot Hilum Bodung arrived arb now 18 months old and continued on Page to eau at Quot Kai Bloy Nila t j March 27-31. Comr Back with a plan next _ opportunities commis of Gold week revival by the ?�sion wednesday. April Rcv to r Green at St mat. Or. Pollack a chm i22_i in j Qai ourt building a. A. A and of Etta us. Continued on Page 13 j a continued on Page 20 Quot Quot Quot a a Quot 1 Quot a. A a a a a a k i e 4 a a a a Tow Fiji to Ivy to tor a two tipi cat ?t 5-6015. 6031 ii end 1813. Of re it in twer Call i. 5-2s32 or la. _3j&2ijuflg_your-Phqiftijo-1ha_ City desk

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