Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
22 Jul 1961

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22 Jul 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - July 22, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland Over 700 chances to win Kash v i. A v i mrs. To Jureit Popo 221 n. Fremont ave., is toil week to crazy rash contest $25 win Attr. A Mother of five a children # Ages 5 to 15 years she held the Kol Ossil. Krait Kash Al Bol with the renal number x 60949022 a. A also hashing is on the Towie to newest and Best a Hon teide Efelio Fie Winner i and a $2.50 Winner. Mrs. Plunkey gunning 610 Conway St Wile of a confectionary owner looked in her husband to Cash Register and picked the Lucky Dollar Bill with serial number # v a 31114242 b out on tuesday. Melvin Anderson 1802 w. North ave., real estate dealer and shoe repair store owner also discovered a Lucky Dollar Bill in his Cash Register. Its serial number was x 04100679 a. % Lucious Small 1818 Brunt St won $2.5�jronilis-Librasc tag number 9679. All winners received prizes promptly when. They presented Lucky Bucks or their Auto registration cards at the afro office a Short time after the tuesday edition of the afro came out colossal number 80886634 a la Ftp a thin wet Luis num Beth Worth $25. Of you have it com to that to off let biker noon monday and Cost of your Monty. Othor crazy Kash numbers Worth $10 Tach will by found on it Page 3 of this edition. I a but this is not the Tad. The afro to or. Greenback is ready to give away More and More Cash in crazy. Rash contest any time you discover you have a Wincer. Today Friday he is somewhere about town distribute la Bills for afro Reader who like Cool a Cash. Now Here to How the crazy Kash contest works. I every tuesday and Friday the afro to or. Green Kash Dollar Bill and four crazy Kash Dollar Bills. The colossal crazy Kash Bill to be circulated today Friday is Wolfff $25,&Quot and the four crazy Kash Bills Are each Worth $10. The serial Cumber of the Kolos Sall crazy Kash in a this Story and the serial numbers of the other Bills will be found of Page 3. Check the serial numbers. Of your Dollar Bills against the number printed in this paper. U. They correspond to any of he numbers printed in this edition of the afro. A come to our office before noon monday and collect a your free Cash n a % the wonderful part about the. Contest is that you can win free Cash even if you do not have a of the wily a a a now Here s How this part of the contest works i of the number of your Ai to License corresponds to any four consecutive numbers of any of the Bills you can win $2.50 by present fear no. 104 Baltimore md., ji28"pag$t 7l5 cents Grady asks Clever coming for a new provident by James a. A Mancia formula under the state and City would each contribute 30 cent $2,400,000 of $8,000,000 needed to construct a 300-bed provident v he Spital was pealed in a of port made Public today by mayor Grady to Northwest Hospital study committee. Twenty per cent of the re Malnig fund $1,600,000 Woald come from Loans ten per Erat $800,000. Would be obtained a from the. Federal government and the other ten per cent Woald come. Through Public donations. The report a dramatically underscored the need for a i new provident with the warning that an a extreme emergency to does exist at the Hospital and added so failure to implement the recommendations. To re a a Page 2 a of Ara Clever coming Back with determination in her voice. Miss Gloria Wilson Chicago attorney made this statement thursday after she and a companion mrs. Jenie Armstead had been arrested while seeking service in a downtown restaurant. Charged with trespass lag the two a Kago visitors were dismissed i Central police court by judge Joseph g. . -. The arrests took place Early thursday morning at the Maryland Square restaurant 305 w. Franklin St., which does not serve coloured patrons on the premises. After leaving a downtown movie the visitors who Are attending the 35th aim Tual Ess of the metropolitan spiritual Church of Christ ind topped at the restaurant a with Quot mrs. Armstead to Young daughter. A they sat Down and after a wait of several minutes principal held on Washington a of sincerely believe she is ?� this was the statement made by the attorney for mrs. Alice l. Rhodes principal of William Benning elementary school who is charged with Petty larceny and attempted Petty larceny. James Taylor her lawyer Jk-2t Senate confirms a i Duncan Weaver Washington without any objection the Senate thursday confirmed he nominations of Siphn b. Duncan As commissioner of the District of Columbia and it George l. A Weaver As assistant Secretary of labor. There was no debate on either nomination. Stated however that he did not feel free to make any other statement in connection with the Case until All the facts Are in. A a a a Prince Georges county police said they arrested mrs. Rhodes 52, at the Penn mar shopping Center in Forestville my. July 14, on a complaint they. Charged that Sheet had taken a half slip from the Astore without payment. \ it a hearings Stet for mrs Rhodes 5329\ames St., be in upper Marlboro my. On aug. 29. She is free on $100 Bond. � y school superintendent car Hanson stated the investigation of school authorities into the circumstances has not been completed Andars. Rhodes has not been suspend continued on Page 2 said they were approached by an employee who told them they could not be served. Mila Wilson said she then or Ftp across the Street to Call the toilet and returned to the restaurant to wait for them. She said the tried to Call the a act but was not successful when the police arrived miss Wilson said a sergeant told he a Othey done to have to serve you. They can refuse to serve anybody they ?� the women were placed under arrest and taken to Central where they posted $108 collateral each and Wert released for trial that morning. A a # in dismissing the charge judge Finnerty said he did not want to blemish the record of a fellow lawyer. Miss Wilson said she refused to leave the restaurant became she thought there was a state Law Here similar to Illinois which makes it a criminal offence against the owner to refuse serf acc to anyone in a Public place. Sgt. Joseph Bierman one of the arresting officers claimed that miss Wilson was a laughing and creating a disturbance when he reached the restaurant. Miss Wilson denied this charge. The police officer also said that the trespassing ordinance had been read to the visitors and the arrest made continued on Page 2 inside 4 a the great pretender first in series on fake lawyer. Page 15 a food in free state Freedom is a question of color. ,. Page 4 a explosion wreck a East Baltimore Home a a 4 ter Heater blamed. Page 28 a Philadelphia Nipa a the mood of Ute 52nd annual convention of the a act which closed Here sunday was one of a impatience with the slow Pace of drove off at a High rate of a Fry ear old High school girl is reported in a state of Shock after being kidnapped by a Man driving a late Model convertible and driven to a Remote Howard count area where she was criminally assaulted. The girl told Howard county police that she was forced in the car at Park Circle and a Druid Park Lane al>3ut 8 30 . July 17. She was returning to her Forest Park Home after visiting a brother at a local Hospital. To the girl said the Man summertime is the time to sell your a Quot flow la to Meeds to to for extra Cash. Hie a Low Cost afro classified and for � Quick �?.satisfying results. Phone my. 5-6015 i if a summer chore gets done As at Day this week watering the Lawn was Quot Tractive. Gwendolyn Lane 208 w. A. Chore Many Baltim oreans did no to Mosher St., lazily Waters Lawn at her Minier of you like your weather report Home. The 18-year-old �?t61 Douglass with a smile miss Lane says a she High school graduate is a Salesgirl asked the Weatherman a today to High at a downtown 5-10 Storey with the is expected to be 88. She is the Daugh weather at or near 90 degrees every. Ter of or. And mrs. Bernard line. A dancer to world integration in american life and the invalid excuses for that Pace. Roy Wilkins ted association to executive Secretary,.declared. Speaking at the mass meeting at Tindley methodist Church sunday afternoon. Or. Wilkins said this mood was reflected by both1 youths and adult delegates to tee convention from both the deep South and the North. These delegates he said Are proud of the accomplishments of inc association � a but they Are determined to accelerate its activity., in every phase of the civil right struggle a a a a to coloured children continued on Page 2 it Speed and prevented her from getting out when he slowed Down for two red lights. The lights changed As they approached an a he drove on through she said. The attack occurred on a dirt Road off old court re. In Howard county. The girl described her assailant As a White mum she said the car was a while Chevrolet convertible. A \ the girl Suid tee Many accosted her and asked for directions to a Street she had never Beard of. Then he got out o the car and grabbed her. She screamed and cried out As he dragged her into the car and drove off. A the girl a senior at Forest % continued on Page 2 Sherry voting airs her views on Fobes Bergere snails love Tawes gets protest says patients need Freedom or. Charles Ward superintendent of Crownsville slate Hospital gov. J. Millard Tawes and a group of 18 citizens residing in the Hospital area Are scheduled to meet in the gov Enior Troffice at Annapolis late this week. The conference emerges from a protest raised by the citizens who complained last. Week that patients Are a1- Lowed to roam the area. A woman said she had been frightened by a patient outside the Hospital grounds. They appealed first to Anut Arundel county commissioner Louis a. Boehm and then to the governor. On a Edneida or. Ward told the afro that he has arranged for the group of citizens to visit the Hospital to learn More about the situation which he termed a not at All ?� he said a owe careful with patients who have Freedom. We never recommend them for Freedom unless they Are Safe. A Oit would be a mistake to put up a Fence around the ground. We done to need a Fence. A a a othere has to be Freedom in the treatment of some patients. They cannot continued on image j. By George Collins miss Sherry Young Baltimore born modern dancer and Toast of the european continent is Home. A Sherry was granted a six Day emergency leave from a starring role in the famed Fobes Bergere which has set Paris aflame since March. The Farmer Douglass High school student returned Home to attend funeral services for her father the Rev. Abraham Young who was buried wednesday. The dancing Staj jetted in tuesday from Paris and is scheduled to return sunday. Sherry was the subject of International attention in april bemused of her role in the folder where a Hundred dancers perform simultaneously in various stages of undress a ranging from costumes to a Mere smile. A a a although the. Per age near seasonal Normal a Torr Rances evoked Wile for the next five Days the raves from critics and fans alike they earned a cold Eye of disapproval from her parents devout christians. The late Rev. Or. Young capsules the family a to reaction in this manner a Oshey to it doing what she likes but she is worried because she i tows we done to ?� weather temperatures will aver to to mourn the passing of Ber father. A a a at the Home of her Mother mrs. Louise Young. 2429 w. Lafayette ave. Sherry gave the afro hoi opinion on a variety of subjects a from dancing is the nude to the cold War. A this is the interview q. A Sherry when were you bitten by the show business Bug ?"a Long time ago when i was very Young i Sav a continued on Page 17 Eugene big daddy Lipscomb says his farewells to tee Colts goodbye to big daddy or Charles Ward it funds his action weather Bureau predicted. The five Day forecast is warm Over the weekend with copier weather next monday and higher temperatures again in the Middle of next week. Rain amounts will average three quarters of an. ?t thundershowers Are forecast for the weekend and the Middle of next week. Normal highs will Range from. 80 to 88 degrees and Normal lows from 65 to 71, except the mid fifties in the mountains to. Lipscomb trikes sudden Trade to r pm Pittsburgh steeled in stride big daddy Lipscomb loft stride and the next morning Colt coach Vrh Ewbank his Baltimore Home we docs he was driving to the steel told the Ato thursday that Day and drove to the Colt cts work. Tan p Slippery the Trade was a id minute Camp in Westminster. My. Nock in Pennsylvania. A a development. A a i a they the idlers i de. However this week. Sher scamp by who sad she is known in to report for work. Parisian show circles As the of when he arrived he Lipscomb Mas those tup and no a a Black Pearl a and a Oil Learned that he was in the along with Madison ,. That to what they wrong Camp a he had been Nutter for pass Catcher canted. We needed a Good traded to the Pittsburgh Jimmy orc tackle. Joe lev tack c am a flanker on the a r l 1 o a Nannt at link oboe i a Panther a considered adoring compliments was Given a queenly Welcome by1 Hor family they gathered Steeles a few hours and Center linebacker a in Dick Campbell continued on Page to daddy took the change

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