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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - July 01, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland
It a i tells his views la e streaked Iti 0 on key topics Story in column i Erica a t t a a 0 i,69th year no. 98 copyrighted Imi by a fro american co. For Alt new rail a previously printed in the current National edition Baltimore adv july 1,1961 Nickic Mckirk 32 pages scents Jolt � a women Puzzle i area Goodman tells views by Max Johnson Philip Henry Goodman who will become mayor if mayor j. Harold a Grady is appointed a Federal judge gave an insight this week of How he would run the City. In an exclusive afro � interview or. Goodman City Council president expressed his views on five key topics of major concern in Baltimore. He gave his thinking on i. Urban renewal 2. New Job rapport Untiet 3. Civil it Igov a t. Ult Tai s. To Ftp fart program a a the Litov few with or. An 10-year tradition jeopardized police Yule parties May be at end 4 inside a a Philip Goodman by native bal Tomtan srlnrff2 do i presi Sento ule City Conn liniments were being made i Cli is a graduate of the o the new Federal judge i University of Baltimore ships recently authorized by i school of Law. And has Congress. I been a practising attorney this has prompted reports 1 since 1937. Hat the two new judges a in he was elected As a Ihori Zed for Maryland will i councilman from the fifth be named any Day now. I District Iii 1951, and in a ii 1954 won election to the it has Long been general i state Senate from the same opinion bordering close to i District fact that mayor Grady will i or. Goodman was re lie named one of the new a elected to the Senate and judges. Began a second term in they Are presidential ap-1 january 1959. Ointments for life at $22,500 i in May 1959, or. Good a Vearis Man won election As presi mayor Grady was one of i Dent of the City Council the first key supporters of la running with the Victori president John f. Kennedy i team of Grady a during his pre Fri econ Cam i Graham and Goodman la Paige no in Maryland. A i belied the �.3 ?� the president has shown ii prior is jars term in consistently a fond re Mem the City Council and for Brance of his key Campaign i a period afterwards. He supporters. Was wrestling coach at City Law provides that the la College. City Connell president serves i or Goodman is a Mem Fis acting mayor in Bijj ii Ber of Many civic and mayor s absence and Lane in suitable organizations Over the Job should a he and his wife. Mrs. Ber mayor leave in cell die Goodman have one this Means or. Goodman i Gilbert and live at As City Council president. I c country blvd. Will succeed mayor Grady j. _ _ when he resigns to accept i a that Federal judgeship. Talc sets Parley a Adreion jobs and racism a amp to amp a in a a y0k by a Terest to afro readers. Frs from sections of the country Are scheduled to meet saturday morning with by. Herb Mangrum of a december Day last year in w. Baltimore a Trail Illy Clad Little 11-year-old girl stood motionless before the desk of a ?" woman. The cold and hungry child was exceedingly dirty. She wore a threadbare coat and sneakers. Her hair was matted. When offered a Pencil by the sympathetic officer the child smiled for the first time then sat Down and wrote this note. A owe need food and Wood and cold. My father is dead. I want to get a Bastek. A of have a brother and me and that to All. A of have lived. With my grandmother a every teen been bom/1. With Mont probe ssh by too and Quot cold for the family stove. Because of the Quot poor boxy the child was made warm comfortable Snoap by the Story is True. It happened that Way in the Western District station House. That was yesterday. What about Joday tomorrow or this Christmas under the new municipal court system poor boxes in the City to nine station houses were eliminated. The effect of their disappearing is being Felt around the. City. _ _ these Are some of the effects i i a j. Needy persons who must wait Days and weeks for help from the department of welfare Are being turned away from the station houses. In the past funds from the poor boxes a Cre used to help needy persons until other agencies had time to act. 2. Unless Steps Are taken to rectify the Quot error there will be no police department sponsored Christmas parties this year. A Moon lighters beat the High Cost of living in Baltimore by holding two jobs. Read Carey Reynolds to penetrating article on feature Page. A operation Fitz John who profits from it. Story on editorial Page. A latest in the Worl of sports. Page 12. A fatal beating of Stepson nets Man three � years. Storf a Page 32.�?z 5 knives note in liquor Case is reversed what was the motive behind the triple stabbing of two state employees and a clerk in the 2500 Block of w. Lanvale St what message did an alleged suicide note now in the Possession of Western District police contain these and other facts May be answered at a hearing in Western municipal court on july 17. On that Date two women and a -36-Ycar-old Man who allegedly tried to take his own life Are scheduled to appear it before judge Howard l Aaron. The action of the liquor Board which approved the Transfer of two. Taverns dislocated by the Urban renewal Agency s George St. Lions Christmas in july a not at All municipal court system. Last year but this was the Type of Christmas party funds from station House poor boxes paid for before they were eliminated. The decision to do away with poor boxes was made under the new 3.000 children attended a party in Western District producing scenes such As one above. The traditional parties for underprivileged youngsters May have to end. _ a act Steps up fight to Here Are the five topics put to or. Goodman and his thinking on each Urban renewal a of strongly believe and have always actively supported. And will continue to support a positive and id various Urban renewal pro members of the National executive. Board of the negro american labor Council at the Headquarters of the brotherhood of sleeping car porters 217 w. 125th. St. The conference originally Guam for the City of scheduled for Washington. M0rn is important to Reb hut skilled to new York will a a incr Ltd who Florn Mcalinn discus s the discrimination crisis among coloured workers in Trade unions. Industry continued on Page 2 a and government. Bitita a on a Large scale the physical Structure of the City in order to insure a Happy in 1960 the Western District was Host to 3.000 children at a Christmas party. Western District Christmas parties have been an annual affair for nine years. In addition to witnessing first rate shows the children were presented gifts. The spreading of Christmas cheer did not always Stop with the theatre party. With the help of individuals civic groups and poor Box funds needy families throughout the Community Quot Quot were Given food and clothing. A a # a the scene at Western continued on Page 2 end color bars by Quot we arc 43 per cent of the in a series of proposed in population of the inner City mediate Steps of action the of Baltimore. We want a fair a Ach also called or at of by a Superior court judge wednesday. In overturning the Hoard s approval. Judge a Gilbert Brendergast ruled in favor of citizens clergymen and Church groups opposing the transfers. The ruling knocks out the Transfer for tile "511 ?� .509-m.x. Fremont St. Which had Quot been permitted to move a to the Corner of kid Midson i Ami Fremont aves. Also affected is the Quot olde located at go n. Fremont ave. The liquor Board the near fatal stabbings jolted residents in the Lanvale ave. Arc shortly before noon tuesday. Lug. Do Zelop Juenal was Truus a Tho sight of Hrcar Irr Jurety persons careening along the quiet tree lined Street was witnessed by a group of Nursery school children among others. As a result of the stabbings miss Jean Dorsey of the Lanvale St. Address is. Recovering from a Stab wound of the heart Al lutheran Hospital. Her condition remains critical. For More than an hour. The 22-year-old woman a nurse at mount Wilson Stair Hospital was a heart Beal away from death. Proportion of Utility company jobs a with this statement the a act ministers youth groups and interested citizens called for an intensified protest Campaign against the Baltimore Gas and electric company and the c and p Telephone company. Least 1,00ft jobs for qualified coloured applicants at both Utility firms. At a Call meeting on thursday a steering com has granted permission for. A this tavern to move across ,. 1jpes or heart lie Street Milo 607. I my pm ,-. Each tune it. Was started by a surgeon who held two fingers in the wound to step the flow of blood. Hospital authorities re today i Redavi ministers it in Kim ast. Of local churches and mom. "1,0 personally visited the hers at adult admiration i Fca said. He overruled the a a a zip. Will picket from 12 noon to Board Bec Ause it had ported that miss Dorsey was 2 . In conjunction with or onto the transfers oui Oisin Shock when taken to lie the a act Jackie Robinson sympathy for the owners emergency room. Youth Council. Rather a an 00 he basis fit the Vouge Nenn Lcy to Aro inf 0.vcnicn r a 1 a i a a Moises Fraiman Mittic set up plans for has been picketing the bus As required by chief of resident in surgery i. A ministers picket line around Hie downtown office of the Gas and electric co. And c and pm Telephone co. I Friday and saturday. Two More judges quit jurors unit in protest Ness establishments since Good Friday. 2 forts Zens aware of the Lack of in a. Said a Quot cardiac arrest or emphasizing that the Ivans shortly after miss a. T 1 orc Voro a a Dotson Foll la 111. R. Intensified Campaign Rf-1, wire Awn on u in. Is to make All coloured Cill Lam s ,.hm liquors outlets judge Bren Vav a opened a Lour centimes their Lair share it jobs., surd Levi a a Ltd a to accomplish this Sun i the of Are to other out j t f ventricle doctors Dav july 9 has been set As i is Iii an area of two City a us Titis mow . And to permit. Churches. Ministers Are he. Transfers would he i Itolar �. Lug asked to inform their i by George it. Collins up it two More supreme Bench judges announced thursday they will resign their honorary memberships in the grand jurors association. Judge Allen spid he is withdrawing because he is in Complete disagreement with the All White group to con i stent to refusal to Grant and congregations of the Stua Hon. Church members will be asked to apply for jobs. Send their adult children to apply. File complaints on instances of discrimination a a a 3. A request to Lith the he added following a 45-minute Long emergency out Era Tim miss ,. Dorsey complained of a Chest Quot even if the two owners a lodges Anselm soda and i10 cd to jurors by cause a a a a it it Vomna Nies for a i Surprise request by Reeves leaves him Only committee Post Joseph Allen told the Al to in Cut Jug their member Thuv will Cut o f heir Mem Send 6s Sodaro and a. Be ships in protest of the As i Capwill by of lowing the cd. Sci Alan s segregated mein amp c ser by to Oak hrs. Barship polic it. Juju a j0<scph l. Carter. In announcing his dropped his affiliation judge Sodaro said a the Day after the association Quot i thought i had made my. Rejected or. James m. Pair position Clear when i signed i and Earl Roger or. On he fled number of jobs to be opened to coloured employers spokesmen for the Nanci continued on Page in lost their will still be enough liquor outlets in the a t George i Quot Russell jew Al t Piney. Represented mrs. Anne Brown and Providence Baptist Church Odili Orient in the appeals. Ten ministers one Prum and server Mizens groups to ind the plaintiffs in opposing the transfers t by Louis Lautier. Washington Nipa i a in a surprising move Frank d. Reeves asked president Kennedy wednes newsmen late wednesday afternoon that the president will Send a withdrawal to the Senate immediately and will make another nomination for District of Columbia com Day to withdraw his Nomina missioner "expeditiously.�?� Tion to be a member of the three member. Board of District commissioners. The president replied in a Ile gave As his reason for requesting withdrawal of his nomination a belief that the Senate District of Columbia committee Felt that he should not serve As District commissioner and demo the letter sent by supremo Bench judges to the association condemning its policies and urging it to change. Quot i think it a terrible thing so urn resigning. Maybe someday they will Wake basis of color. Chief judge Emory in Niles tendered his resignation monday. All 15 supreme Henri judges Are expected to sever their association with the group. Cratic National committee or. Reeves Renotos the j Man at the Sanije Linier a dear Frank letter that he i Man. Hut is no longer a part non paying position of demo two members 0f the com cratic National committee Mcc it senator j. Glenn afro out monday spectacular . Shot puts up 3 satellites. Hie United states hurled Ai its Middle River Plant. The first atomic Battery into this feat gives american. Scientists a significant Lead space thursday morning a. 0vfr j ussj., in the race to part o a triple play a which harness atomic Power for one rocket put three a Piu a l ill�s-.imo-5eparatc�ijmt5-t>u0n a is the Tirso time Hie to it i vat. The transit a Tellic that made la raised to 43 the it the Oben heart Type operation was the second performed by the lutheran Stair a Lear. A Oung woman who \ As ribbed in the heart last a has since recovered a a a a whim Rill staff was lighting to Sale the Lite miss Dorse a a jew Fri away. Donors were Al Viag to save the lives of two Oiler Pel soils miss Vivian Brigham. 30. tile 330u Block of Pitt lid Randallstown sustained a continued on Page 2 would comply with the re quest. A Pierre Salinger White House a Ress Secretary told of the Kennedy a administration. He resigned his White House a Post when he was nominated As commissioner. Be la of Maryland and Jack Miller of to who both republicans at the hearing on the continued on Page 3 to enable afro employees o take the Holiday off. Tuesday to paper will be printed and distributed on monday. Take or afro with you on your Holiday and enjoy a Safe sane fourth of july. Carrick the atomic Battery number of inned states sat j to orbit was developed by a Chua placed in orbit the Johns Hopkins ?. Officials reported thai the to applied physics Laboratory atomic Battery was function in Howard Cownty mom my and that Clear signal in Battery was developed and were being transmitted by built by the Martin company i All i Hijeck packages. Y in a a a need help maid or mph Ankru Al orb or Enapp Offtor a help wanted a afro l and. Will reach just the person you need. Him Ione my. 5-6015
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