Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
21 Jan 1961

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21 Jan 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - January 21, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland 69th year no. 52 Baltimore md., january 2l7l96f a Vuk % a a a . 28 pages 15 cents v mrs. Lee a for estate Dallas f. Nicholas executor for the estate of mrs. Erma Bruce Davis was Correct in musing to Honor the demand of mrs. Lena King Lee judge Anselm Sodaro decided this week. The statement came in a four a Page opinion handed Down in circuit court no. 2, on wednesday and brought to an. End a year of litigation Between the executor and mrs Lee which has Cost the estate an approximate $1,200. The suit hinged around a paragraph of the will of mrs. Davis which said Quot i hereby. Give and bequeath tot my dear friends Robert ?t Lee and Lena King Lee his wife All of my s silverware my Crystal and Amber Blue glasses one pair of pure Jade earrings arid the right to select any pieces of Personalty not specifically bequeathed herein ?� # mrs. Lee also an attorney elected to interpret the pieces of Personalty As the major part of the estate from real estate to ban k 1 funds. Mrs. Dims died in january la i960, leaving the will which was probated by or. Nicholas in the orphans court of Baltimore City. Or. Nicholas filed an inventory of personal estate totalling $13,409.99. A a a Ai Nekr thi who i r Davis directed that All t ii c rest. Residue and remainder of her estate provided her husband. Carrington l. Davis predeceased her be sold and converted into Cash by her executor. She stipulated that from such proceeds a Cash to bequest of $500 be paid id the Owca of Baltimore and the remainder to Clarence 0. Lewis. Ill of Washington Lur godchild. Or. Davis died on october 27. 1958, so that the bequests to the Owca and the child became operative. V a Robert r. Lee also Dice prior to mrs. Davis and mrs. Lee his widow presented or. Nicholas with a list of 32 elections which she claimed As personalities. Y among the elections were. 70nxr b0.\rd tues Jan. 2l�? the Davies Home Al 18-1 of no Mucci Illola st., a Dodge Auto a a it?�1 room out Delegate Blair Mobile and. A personal bunk11 a. Montgomery account. Inside a More data on the colourful inauguration of president Kennedy with All its glitter and Glamour a Page 3 a group proposes old northeastern police station be turned into a boys to club Page 7. � a judge signs warrant to Send a a Dawn strangler1 to Gas chamber Page 28 a would you Eikemo meet a a Cotton picking Chicken Plucker adult education does t Cost. It pays a new gift for Douglass All these interesting features on the feature ?"15 a father Croll files suit for divorce Page 14. A a letter from a Mother that pulls at a Oier heart a Page 5. %. Friendly greeting to a. By Cliff Mackay Athens a. A Ohi Char ?� a How Are you getting along Holmes a these Oft repeated Balut uts of Friendly concern came As music to the ears of 18 a year old of Marlayne Hunter and 19 year old Hamilton e. Holmes a neared the end. full week of integrated ing at. The University Georgia. A Cisar Alan of Imen Lna wednesday la. Jul wild mob attack on Tho dormitory which houses miss Hunter was the fact that wednesday for the first time since their la school no trailed behind Fie two Stu As 35th president la unmarked cars of Bureau of i Vestiga agents continued to cruise through the Campus land Pinkerton detectives stand unobtrusively on Juard iat the women to dormitories. The promised i he number of policemen had to continue John Fitzgerald Kennedy takes Cash of office As 35th president on the Parade route 24 hours before the crowds came below freezing temperatures in sharply reduced from for the rest of itch Day and the estimated future of 400 possibly Over tile weekend Khz paroled Early Friday morning As the monday. City Shook off the effects off the second Snow storm of the there Werk several by Moses. Newson and a Bill Slater Washington less than 24 hours were to pass before the official be season. Moves. Believed a Ible ginning 0f the historic presi on the Baltimore metropolis1 tan which denial inauguration program. Washington. John Fitzgerald Kennedy Hie nation to. Ward the promised new. Frontier today. Leadership of Hie urn i s a most powering nation incomes air. Kennedy s today at noon when supreme come chief Justice Karl Warren administers Hie oath of the a presidency. Washington wine a coat of Sno tins momentous occasion. Some of the glitter was taken Trout the pal Ane and the crowds found hic going even tougher than sex peeled but the inauguration went on without major hitch. The whole world Waits to Sec How the 35th president of the United states will conduct the nation s affairs in. I this critical period in history. Quot atm Ltd the Snow did somewhat Dampen the ardor attached to the ceremonies it did not halt the pfc Quot the route of the. Parade was cleared of Snow with the help of Hoo men and pieces of equipment volunteers and the regular Snow Sci lion the ?t la was estimated i hat the Snow forced motorists a a abandon Ait estimated 10.000 cars on City streets. A As or. Kennedy ascends to the presidency Dwight David Eisenhower great promised Snow had not yet general and president for started to fall. Y i Ltd Ign a years Betonie a. In most of the activity was Vale citizen ending decades concentrated at two spots of creditable service to his those marking the official country. Starting and ending Points for duly oho other mail Iii our the inaugural Parade. History colourful throw Oil n. Roosevelt assumed us High one of ukr was the Cap. I St a in a l ,. The. For John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Id building where or. Kent am it it it International be Denim Iii men a pwn a i /. 11 a c a it is As now thurs Dix i Iorii or Civ would Lake Over Ali Filc m if Spanish amen arca Dunk the storm. 0l?e Quot As Talps a p. Ing and the Akui was w Alt la reins i Hie no Mil at ,.ainvar. A in to sum or pm b started thursday and i n to a link As Busy Workins put on Jan the oath on huh. Ii this morning Friday Gati omits leaders were Subj Jtj Tajna touches in pie Para the other was Hie fresh Pepsi Cut elect Kenned r the rest of the Day. The continued on Pace 21 Ilion for the big Day. The dented Rev my my a Hind two in shilling this limb position. A Lovely lady at the inaugural Ball will be mrs. Josephine Rogers of Baltimore shown Here in Lier gown of imported Gold lame Over Satin. She will be % the guest of attorney David e. Sloan of Washington. Mrs. Rogers is a Baltimore social worker. A whats cooking in Baho. Public meetings coming events carded for the rest of the Day the prediction is for gradually Clearing skies cold and wind. Tre storm a forced the closing of All Sty and Paro. Chica schools. Also closed were Coppin and Towson state teachers colleges. Public and parochial schools were also closed Iii Arundel and Baltimore counties. T clerics s for tent City zoning Board tues _ 0 Lee. Iii. County l1qi or Board a thurs Jwj address Hie Maryland a Day Jan. 24. I p.m., room Oune ii education Al. Its or. Nicholas pc ice ted Lix Hall. Tinier meeting at the Enoch tile elections of. The grounds planning commission1 Pratt Library 400-Cathedral-that these rems Ware not in meets every wednesday 2 st., at to a rn., Iii room i ail nor so intended p.m., room 4f. Municipal Delegate Lee. Who is chair the Baltimore ministers his group Hopes to be Able to when Why Mem loads it Amu or be dentin Rev my my Maud. Two Jyz winning this High position Miles away on it used no. Precede pts. A be Tina frill Stis the first Catholic to lip a a elected and his margin of vie Between these i Ahne Lory. By popular vote. Was nit Xinu were the mores the smallest Iii the nations of empty bleacher. And history chairs Liev inn i eve cry Kennedy. Airn in. Ai in Stiedler. Jim be i a a a h a Yalta e id Pill they Ispir wipe Amill ill a i out Tonii Dilig bored War la some Minier or. Oft spot lie contemplated nor a continued on Page 2 Tho Public libraries in tic Aliarte s pleas fur Eirv also cloned Down and an its cooperation a re com Vil of food clothing Ami nun a project Are falling on Cut pal it i. A or Uci responsive ears. Vinnay. Nan. continued on Page 2 two run rations ii a v e conc actions. Rights unit Nike budget Obj a but Tebei i a l Quot i get in to a be near to Lur Pic a a Ibe known mid in kirov n Iii rails Tim not fat Iii _ i it v i. I i 111 a forts to Aid the 27.000 How share Troppens Mclim Edl a run my Ami a Fayette counties nut chants. Bent on i ims Liim a i r Al it pm la ears id mid., i i pidgin a pne Al ii neg Mulier i in ii in s m e t lad re i. A Unter cd. Ski Pei Man his Carn i in polities unit Public service follows in the ted Steps Okins illustrious two radio rations i a pc comic cimons. Ain non in in in a Ludl it a la risk uni. Agreed to Ijuro Adrast aph Alv Hie items will Aid the Lei a who. Re Ett a is As i he Alliance continues its Nessee tenant tanners and new pie id. In a a a a a n Hera la mph Ken nil a Conti Mied on Page 21 continued on Page 19 id mrs. Joseph p. Kennedy a tis paternal Grazidi Alhar Iii. Al Quot Ible and Bine flags served Iii Bolti boosts of use i aunties caught in Hie them in cause they Dami to or i Obj r Nui it it m.i>n1,.i ? 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