Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
11 Feb 1961

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11 Feb 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - February 11, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland John Sec Story in column i 69th year no. 53copyfijhtlmbjojamiwncaforall.rnsicrial Baltimore mb., jeer uary la 1961 .�. 28 pages ,15 cents. Rss president Kennedy says it firmly err a � v 9 i i i a % c. R. A inside a postman to ring Worth 30 years for Holdup suspect. Page 28 a historic snowfall on Baltimore warning sounded on zoning Laws Little Eva to last stand. Page 15 a graduation time in Baltimore High schools p Opp soft. City jail Board changes rules on visitors Page 14 a parking a banned on emergency Snow routes to. Or. Jgr 28 fire Routs 50 a Public Juk pledges to use his influence in school integration crises a in % a a a let Vav. Isi Lvi a pre Dawn three Milarm other persons in his Home at fire forced 50 persons to evac 540 Baker St., to flee in 32 hate 2 Homes in the 500 Block decree weather. A of Baker St. Thursday i. At.542,.mr. And mrs. Toy later in the Day a Tempo Madden and to four persons i. . I ital lmir4 Ennio nil i in. 9-�? rare disaster their Home 544. For the five victims was set mrs. Martha Johnson and la up in the in Urban league of i persons .548. Or. And mrs. Lice at 2404 Pennsylvania ave. Land mrs. George Jordon according to Western Anderson 550, or. To id police. Hie fire orig 352, Frank Richardson and mated in hic two Slov Home six other persons 534, or. Of or. And mrs. Jantes an and Coates and Derson at 548. And caused family and at 556, air. And damages to Heinie ranging mrs. James Hicks Anft Tami from 540 to 550 Baker a Ost it a there were no casualties. Ninth lieu at 546 Baker. The fire was attributed lot was Gln or. And mrs. Anderson to the Andason Home. � i Eji voted they were awakened Xii or can in re ported ?�0 to by one of their four children a a a/11/ap started around an electrical sh01,v l fore 5 iut a a f by Paygr Box and ignited wooden Jost occupants in the Block beams in the basement. Fspcnt-Lhc-iughuji4ui�?" go. President Kennedy threw the Power prestige of the presidency behind the 1054 school desegregation ruling wednesday. A fall students should be Given the Opportunity in of. A tend Putic schools regardless of their ?� or. Ken it lit do said in the first statement supporting integration to conic from the White House. Eisenhower at a news conference on sept. 5. ?i.v�. Said it made a Ono Clit Terence whether or not i endorse it Quot and added that his duty was simply to see thai americans obeyed the Constitution As the court interpreted. A president Kennedy made Bis history making comments at his third news conference when asked what he had planned to do to help new Orleans White families who wanted to Send their children to integrate schools a but Are afraid to do ?� -1 Quot i will at such time As i think it is most useful and most effective attempt to use the moral authority of position of influence of the presidency in new Orleans. And in other places. a of wanted to my kit s lure thai whatever i do or say does have some beneficial effect and. Therefore ii is a matter which we Are carefully ?� the president declared. A. The news conference was attended by some 150 including the afro Louis a Alicr. Kennedy said that at students in new Orleans should be Given the Opportunity to attend Public schools a regardless of their ?� the president emphasized school desegregation a ois in accordance with the Constitution. It is in accordance in my opinion with Hie judgement of hic people of the i Lilied Stales. In there is Nuqui Camion about that. Up v a or Kennedy continued a a specifically what vie could most usefully do in order to provide an implementation of the court derision in new Orleans thai is a matter be arc care i u i y considering. On the general question thei r doubt Iii my yid. A students Mould be permitted to attend schools in accordance with court . The broader quest Ion. Of course is regardless of die com i decisions. A. A believe strongly that every american should hair an Opportunity to have maximum development of his talents under the most beneficial circumstances amt thai is what the Constitution provide thai it what to along to believe. A Oon the question specifically of what we can usefully do in new Orleans in order to provide a More harmonious acquiescence with the court decision. I would Loci hint we could perhaps More usefully wait until we. Have concluded our analysis of it a he concluded. Meanwhile there arc reports that the govern Nunt is studying was of breaking a Hove tto Oncin ditto thit tvs an Vandal la met which has bogged Down integral Ion Al two new Orleans schools. President Kennedy did not say specifically what action might or taken hut the govern Iurii is a carefully considering hic matter. Presumably the Justice depart Mellow headed or. The presidents Bro her. Robert i it. Kennedy i ill take action soon against like new Orleans Segro icon isl president Kennedy a this is what i strongly believe. Mixed emotions follow a a s a Kennedy s school remarks comments Oil prudent Kennedy s school or it Coji Gali it it a remarks ran the Grey arrest Sta at theatre Hea Seq Kab f c4 cd d yup an emergency re a James Williams and loin of Vic re provided by . Red Cross. Persons still needing assist Gamut of a motions from warm approval to vigorous Infin Matron. New Orleans Prince Edward county has had it ions to some 118 Days hive passed sine a Horae � Alexander Spriggs 37. 718. 20th is. Was released from the my. Penitentiary where he served Ihre years for a Crim he did no cd Merit. Ort oct. Try 1960, a was granted full Pardon by governor Tawes. Repeated efforts to find a Job to support his wife and two children have failed. He s qualified As a construction worker and knows How to paint and hang paper but he says a of wish things would break so i could support my family. I Don t ask for an easy Job. I be worked hard All my life. I m willing to work hard. Pm Strong. I can to act should Call red Cross after five hours of debate Headquarters at Hopkins the Senate thursday night by it was lit to a for Clunan continued on Page it Volc j010, the senator Oil a Rich -2-nomination of or. Robert Oakley of Texas. Weaver to he the nations or Weaver about chief housing officer. With organization who it also voted to notify the f pin us f by i president immediately of its american Cliv w i a a attorney no Public schools in two years Sjule Willie John a. Pm to a fast k and Roll mum most a. Nickelet to Fame in tin i re in Iron Fig a a in Evett Ina in., Lac in court tins morning i Friday i. I when flir hearing Iii lie put your for Sale sinn unit w e this is reel a where there is lots of Trail in a in the at up want ast Section. To place your and. Phone mad Grinj ii in. >28 x. I Ata by St. � i / action. Tee or the attorn cd Genera � it ear i do i lid a idas subversive. Was w la to pics Lent ?i it int hued on Page a a a l by i Iii Palisin. Ill Akk rg1 1nl Quot or asking him m Imti. ,. Washington a a a a a 1 hopi Ai � lading in i Foo. A int or an Impi Airai v be. In Hie a a a. la mime Robert Weaver. Presi Dent Kennedy s nominee log a be administrator of the Ilous Ujj ing and i Louie finance Coin millet1, won the commend by comparison Luau icy. � m a in. Looked bad Iii his Effort to plight. Id ins great olm e a Llu a Iii to in an c31/c in a a in a to to prove Weaver Guilly by us Tureaud continue ii Lerol of the end to olo cd a enl 11 in i u Juu Jurij. A Itji i in ii Willie 10 social Ion. His questions were a Oas a Lawvor. Involved in v-1 Hun it i 1 1 j1 t a a Quot i a Al a it it bit us. a pc orly i,. ,1 it Ltd in a ihmw.l1 a. V.,. � to aver told in inv did nut l it in r Man hut .1 a Zrna Flor a m m us Quot courts. I cannot Lommell on in Noti Sirj or Ion win pm. � of. A a a. I. I i a All. It i i 1 i a my is and a it d a Aliet Milieu won me commenia 1 m in in i in Mhz or. "ii"i"il.,.in ii --1 thai of Iii a Murr Quot in Quot in t us Miuwa run a sea univ l Iii i Sll a in i a a it it a a a Quot a a. I i i i i � i v4.i i., i. I Lio n in or i. i i e. Needs help to Bury first Day of bearings on his Notini Jontion. J senators Paul Douglas of la a Linus. Joseph. A. Clerk a of Pennsylvania. William prox mire of Wisconsin. Maurine Neuby Ger of Oregon and Mother of 9, polio victim # a 1 i. 1 i Ain x expect him to keep. His i a a Promise Aud we Are surf in a. will. We Are willing in in it Foj rmm5 i r r?., operate in any a to that end. It Mitzi sued in Page Ciu Ward v. Lamg of Missouri,.j Quot t � a. Democrats and Jacob k. 370�??o Are Lii re any Aero read new Obi a of Marur Tirui finn. of new York. Ltd it Lott a who it an help sup a it Amil Wei us a installs inc tawn it Rush of Onnic Liui. Ami. Thu frs in a l Iii al1 of a to ,ut1l a us Glenn of Man land. La � it a of it it a Lam Jan 17. So Ini Nily i add Alibi icons openly Suqi Orcil v 1�?t re a jul ii ii in Vinic River a Sui Render thai Chi l r Weaver in hic hem . He went Job Hunting. Washington mini min and the dam egg a Sparkm in my each. Win to thursday the local to i a Alabama win Lull arc of 1 1 ,0jo 14bu Ilion inc it re a ported a it being Opok Etna Tel lira tax Jar York and informed him he nominee was very Friend a a Eiith St no 1 in a in Empro tor death of his wife y in ins old meld. Death and other to Agit Weaver. Ile limited his pics to Perry w Waski ii ensure olm Unn to ill a the Lair i or to 1 mfg we or ? to. A a a riving the Rev. Or. Rte liner Republican nut Luna i. Imam Queeman hum missis a url. Pm Sippi Atid . Ira Tornai was me on Leader Vas eulogized Mon Day As a Churchman who knew where to a find god and institution which represent god littwin. Ile was faithful to Lins his Power Fri i ail ?� or. Howard. 84. Cd Sud the Iti Urh was no Plawin v we in cd Lay mrnik for him to Tiro to his Quot no apj>aron0.v of a heart at-around.,Oca to Tom e or self of Twat Jim said the Rev a junes of Fri pastor if a mourners paid t=-al4liodn.t. -3jblich pfc 4, v Quot to to a a whirr Imp a no Iriondo Yaj Chi hts 4 a Oile a a it a loader in pod it a or exit exalted rut ties. Hat Mal orders and cuts san Reynolds spoke of. Whirr Olga in at inns nut Huy a Howard As air a counsel Hurt la was a place Lur Hun we Csc men could find soil Onlin cd on Page 27 a Oil to forgot to Duy the afro of my Way Jio Mii a a on of. It i. A if Home u pot Tjay Leevirt Call out Clit it v Aubrey Rve. Now residing Al thi Home a of Bis oldest Jar Gluer. Or Mary Howard. 1812�? Milton axe. Has seven children v ii o need. A eve Viking Fie. Came immediate cry Foj Ball i More but lie has no Money to. Help solve hic problem of food. Clothing rent for his family. Iii fad. Liev of Jive in Home and l ti�rhe4�. of their of n. 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