Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
7 Jan 1961

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7 Jan 1961

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Baltimore Afro Amrerican (Newspaper) - January 7, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland 69th year. No. 46 copyrighted 19 >1.7f fro am rican co. For a matter ->fomteu�yyrie4h> Owen front Nittori Mottoa a a a a a a a a 2jr ,1 docs 15 cents Side Quot Siino a Paull Ign Al ii =-5o who in fires in 1961 a a i errs new die has their marriage ended a Lani Asuncion diet news canoes etc., returning Senate lighters against the Fzli tipster wort a partial. Per Vii Avo a Viu suit i a a a a Sicre a lady in retirement haps Only temporary Victory scenes from yesterday and the Bat Leavas shoved into a ail an to a today on the the background in favor of afro sparkling feature regular business. The filius a it age apr first in. Hmm vow. Of cd Iii iia-19 >3 n Lilleh Buster forces were determined not to relinquish the fight if it meant the Issue would be abandoned Al Ogeth mayor has or. Lucky a Zugic very i a p a Piui hired to Lujo air a unlucky Page 3 a Victory for sen. Meat this moing a fail Al renewal mans Jem. Mont., a once neg Fiji los of Thor Baltimore civil service site Page 14 a a a or in this session. so far two measures Jaye Heen Proi Hisco to replace the two. Thirds majority stipulation of. Rule 22. Sen. Clin ill a. Olio sought tend won Nani consent for Laking Otic re issues win out Skilling a tvs to he Fra dec that of hic a air re a to run out this unanimous consent map Mere transaction ton A Anderson p., new mex. Offered a Resolution to it unit debate Quot by a three fifths 2 _ tna3ont> under the two a thirds Rule ring it yes .4? in to Lake Clamma in run car vict on,.e.f�7 votes would be requited ill. 6iii wh.&Quot., a Wjt Quot a a ? or or civil Curce. Commission pm a i have re the old. Polovi of prepare the Examina its at new rules a a including Rule 22 a in message Page 14 ditch requires a two thirds Hubert Lumphrey therefor the , a North Caroli n a majority to Jialu debate. A it to whether it was. Proper Mutal names new Branch that would have mii., then 01 for any commission employ a head Page 28 Nee to take an examination a Judd by Uil . It la Hyrc could Beno new ass air a Resolution in com. On Rule 22 until the opening , v a a my a / a a a t it a. A when asked How City civil san ice examinations Are Muf. By. Commissioner., said f Quot the Lily a Bartel give authority to prepare the a you Jomoc ram w Lula in Slapo Uinci Pic Sim Ives i f pie a oily Fco so Jutin it san. Wayne morwrdtore., said help from a wide variety of Mury Hirt. In Atvin a operation. He hip a a Quot to the forint of of Poopal of a miners who May be Ein a played by the City state or private Industry a a skid Tiow you if compel pc it hit shied Ohi Page 2. Quot Quot t a Ihre Firlie lie Bills two placed before the Senate and House of delegates Here Lukl. Second Day of the general Assembly a 90-Day meeting. Services for Rev. Frye 4thbalto.l placed. Cd ate Bui no. 20 in the Hopper which Mim inure uhf me Demeanour subject to a Fine of i the three a if Tea resp Luup Xmas Approver May Nev or gtd a , Tomc come ter rally around a stand c0fnes-d or station i. W Leatise i look a Nyji in it a in Iii . Long it i 11 a Atu Noii a Lime a a Youv old a Init my in Hail Init in a Uio i 1 Niru a. I it . I. Told lilt a ii he a tue a a item. To my err re Loim. Wisl. , Fla. While lieu m 1 1&Quot main a Vatu room i it Huju Pori Athin i Hie Tillee he Flo full Iuit it i it 1. A to oho Ponier. Ilion vent Loun Leli Pisono t w Midi a ill a . Lizul. Eoj his Al a ii in. To icon Anu Oil my. I Lioon in Aiu i in it with Drieth. a to the on a Jailer t 4. Split Runof Cafio base Baum sigh mrs. Marguerite Mays. Yre reported \ it Stodel a Quot be we Uit pn"yyta0�-Tntnit-Tfr-iha.--4>ai4it>g= a tafe or Toffi Tett Ara or Mayomy Rule Lirt i Ltd Settle for nothing 1 again until be win or accommodations to. Per of race Creed or color. he House Side an Iden. A less ,. A a if we get Beotes tins 5ii.trijngi it Reg we5hj again giants and . Williedell veal Tali try Cajete and said we re look i i a no Quot i Lio was Gwi fue in with Tho it i m a ii or. A my hut urn of built him to a edme with his Tyl clothing pointed me Mil a it a it in a Imelli a Sun Viali in on la Kij Pem do a tiles Fla Ling h Dlhy a. Tical was placed in by Adamson. Jerome Ai noon on a funeral services will be Johns hop ii Ospital held at 12 noon saturday at the body will lie in state a i 1 i Muity Adamson Cronje Iobbi Noii Fitchard t. Rom Bro mrs. Irma g. Dixon. . Welcome and he fir i Dis incl Baltimore Ucol Galion. This was labelled House bi1l 27. Conn. Ames meth Odis Church Foriom 5 pm Friday of today the . Inc Rev. Frank . Time for the services a Rye who. Died monday at the Kelson funeral Home speaking infavor5tu�e simple majority res Luls Werc Vance Hartke. D., . Dood. A. And the iwo thief sponsors. Until it was. Agreed that the Senate could Dot business Wilkous automatically binding itself to. The old rules the Jan / a i i in him . I new , divorce in Riri Hin Nii la inc int Hurt. A a giants Home Here late thursday. Milla Lohs. Giants. a rail to. I a augur action of president elect Jav. 2r John Kennedy was some. I Lou Vii ii i i Iii a. Tur wlm nor tril Vopai / i High la inc a a it Quot of of a Quot a it or enl his of full .hu.s7i v--1h in i a him kick the Pinion and Flim per in a Are a do lied tips Dat 0 a Quot it a �?~1"�?T a u.,. irmnr7rt. A 1. Ii r ill a try loft pvt Ltd la a approaches toy amp in has it mip a a. A. La in Hap Mihe homemaker. Mums the Woy to get extra cosh to meet those extra expenses. An afro Closs lied and will sell unneeded items quickly inexpensively. Just Cali a tk5-6015 \ 11348 n. Chi him St. There will be no review at the services. The Rcv or. Fryc whirr i. A sided a1 1706-Moreland ave., was 6d years of a. In served pastor Mohe a Ames Church six cacs. Prior to 1955. He was pastor ofom another Public accommodations Fine of from $15 to $500, sponsored by Welcome was placed before the body a a a mrs. Welcome Lias obtained 19 so for her Bill. They Are. Francis Gallagher 3rd dist. Ballo Maurice card what in jeopardy. Pending approval was a joint House and Senate 4omne-in Vaa Niia Shllie nfamnuc., \ i. I., aha a icim Sioui i. U a Cunt Ruurd no .1 she did Bol Kium Hon the ii Aiu it inn it a i a adn pled a h.e-. Ardsley methodist Church Ajjon. Sib dist Ballo Alan m. Pc riot of nine years Tro 111-hesnick.i.-Sill. Dist., Ballo. Johr 1949. Edgar Silver. Sib dist. Aogot tation a this and other Rowine business a Dong disposed of now. No major legislation expected until president his endow of his a stale of the Union message on Jan. 12. A he was chairman of the balls William Walsh. Al Noard of pensions of t h a a Logany c. 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