Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
10 Jun 1961

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10 Jun 1961

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Baltimore Afro Amrerican (Newspaper) - June 10, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland Bute Sisters forced to flee Cuba a. We Story in column la Blue Streak edition 11 a a. J my Erica 69th year no. 92 a 1$61 by afro a quran co. For an Materia. Previously printed is tee current National cd lion Baltimore md., june to 1961 a a a a a a a 32 pages 15 cents is. I forces took Convent forty three members of the oblate Sisters of Providence have been ordered out of Cuba by the Castro government. The nuns reached Friend ship Airport last night from Miami and were greeted by a group from the order. Oblate oldest order of coloured nuns in the u.s., is 131 years old. The order has conducted schools and a Convent in Havana Cuba since 1900. An estimated too children snare enrolled in the five schools. The total value of the equipment seized by tie Cas fro regime is about $1,000,000. # sketchy reports reaching the states Are to the it fat that Castro forces occupied quarters in the Convent. And schools and confiscated the possessions on april 28. It was Learned that Che Castro government demanded that the Catholic schools abandon then Gus teachings and follow the government line. Reports hat he nuns were molested by troops were not a firmed. Mother William Superior general of the order Here in Baltimore said a a she had Iio a info Rinamon to ii Ide this week methodist i chirp a plus list of Dele out to methodist conference of Morgan Page 7 graduations the afro photographer visited graduations this week Ond there s o Page of pictures inside Page 17 teacher loses divorce Lauriau Tftrdmatjujgambwa-7o Send uhf Maurn Nofen s Copf Roi african Cordino will offer o most at Washington s notional shrine of the Immo curate Conception of 4 p.m., sunday june is. Deloit in Page 6. A methodists near that effect. However it was. Reported that students in the oblate Convent schools mostly cuban were forced to return to their Homes and abandon their religious training. She said the soldiers moved into the schools and Convent and placed the nuns under virtual House arrest. When the Castro forces refused to let the nuns use cuban Money to buy air plane ticket., the Mother Superior sent them checks. The nuns have been taken to the Mold Crouse. Our lady of mount Providence in Arbutus. Some of them will be sent integration vote to the 30 schools the order Odit Church. I members of the Washington annual conference of the methodist Church Aie expected to vote today Friday for or against integrating with the northeastern jurisdiction now All White. Some 280 delegates including one ministerial and one Layman representative from each of the 140 conference churches will cast votes at this afternoons session on the Moi gun state College Campus. The it curation invitation from the northeastern jurisdiction was extended to the Delaware Washington and North Carolina districts which together compose the Quot Baltimore area of the meth operates in 14 slates and the District of Columbia. At its annual conference last week the Delaware con Haap head lawmaker arrested by miss. Cops Jackson. Miss. A a i by earlier Freedom riders Vin Itaf student from wish and who were served in bus Nigton la presi tent of i terminal restaurants in Sev the new York City Branch of i Era Southern cities including tee a act and a while new Montgomery. A. York stale soc Blyman figy were arrested in were Freedom rid their arrival cars jailed this week As Jack son courts cracked Down on i continued on Page 13 Ferince voted in favor of integration. The Washington conference has its say today and the North Carolina con Lerance Voles next week. Usu Bishop Edgar a. Love resident Bishop of the Baltimore area presides Over each of the three conferences. Predictions arc that Tho Washington annual conference will witness extended arguments \ throughout the business session Bote a for and against the Transfer. A special Resolute or committee was appointed wednesday to study the Transfer proposal and to word the Resolution Quot the be put before the delegates members of the committee include the revs. Edward i. Carroll. Ramsey Bridges. Kelly Jackson and mrs. Beryl Williams. The question of Transfer of churches from the All coloured Central jurisdiction has been before the world wide methodist Church since the creation of the Central Juristic Iron in 1956- or. Antoine r. Browne Well known City school teacher lost his fourth for a divorce in Superior court. Thursday. Judge Edwin Harlan dismissed the 40-Ycar-old educator s divorce suit. In refusing to dissolve the couples 22-year marriage. Judge Harlan also ordered or. Browne to pay his wife mrs. Lucille s. Browne 40, 2200 Block e. Biddie St., $100 monthly support. The Dunbar High Sci tool Leader was also ordered to pay his wife a attorneys fee and court costs. Or. Browne must also make arrangements with the Proha Uon department to adjusted support payments. According to mrs. Brown s Lier deserted the family when the House rent was six months behind. To was snowing and the landlord was getting ready to put us out a the Street we did no to Randw where my was and we did no to have the attractive Young woman wept aloud while telling How her Mother scraped up rent Money including Selling her brother a bicycle on his attorney. Franklin i. Freeman. These payments Are nearly $2,000 in arrears. The master Index file in circuit court shows the of pc have aired their marital linens on three different occasions in the past. Divorce actions involving Antoine r. Browne is. Lucille s. Browne were filed in 1952, �?T54, and �?T58. Mrs. Deshields Mold judge Harlan of an Early morning incident before her parents separated. My father came Home very late one night woke my Mother up and Aske Ber Jyh Ere had she been Al mrs. Romona b. De Sll Leubs 19-year-old daughter of the couple of Jessups. Md., the two Day pulled her out of the bed Ore her gown and beat her. A the then came in our Rod ref and at then Jesse Specter her fathers attorney asked her How could she remember he alleged Lod Deats. So Well when she was ii or 12 years old at the time mrs. Deshields tearfully answered. A mister there Are some tilings you never before throwing out the Carn on Natianiel up comb. 32 a year old convicted a Dawn . In the Gas chamber tonight Friday. Prison officials reported Friday morning that tips comb was awaiting the end calmly. will pay with his life for the rape and murder by three East Baltimore women in late 1958 and Early 1959. Tho Tiai Igler been standing in the Shadow of the Penitentiary death chamber since february of last year. Thais when criminal court Joseph l. Carter and James a Cullen Fui Iii him guilty of the series of crimes which made fast Baltimore women Jit Tel y for four divorce plea. Judge Harlan a hearing. With tears flowing Down her face mrs. Desh lews Remarke a i have never seen a i ism judge Harlan her a it a Quot As a although All witnesses rites set Monc of for or. Benjamin the methodist Church lists nearly to million members in Tho United . Tho majority of funeral services for or. Bruce v. Benjamin 40, 3605 Grantley rd., will be held monday at to a.m., at the Walbrook Trinity presbyterian Church. Walbrook. And Ella Mont St. Burial will be in the Baltimore National cemetery. The physician died Early wednesday morning at Johns Hopkins Hospital where he had been confined since May 31. Or. Benjamin had served As chief radiologist at provident Hospital since july of 1956. A native of now York City or. Benjamin was born Jan. 7. 1921. A a voice Case that Wasny to tragic. And in be never seen one were interesting including the complainants brother Viverez Browne of Washington. In a convinced the daughter is telling the in asking judge Edwin Harlan to end their 22 a year marriage or. Browne said he was a forced str Ger i to j h leave their Fulton Ava. Home in 1954 because of my wife a cruelty and vicious continued on Page 13 he attended Public school in that City and took bloc mils to Osegi Egatz i travel facilities. The District of Columbia. Student is Reginald a Green. 21. The son of or. And mrs. Charles n. Green sr., of 4120 e. Capitol St. Be. Or. Green a Junior in the school of theology at Virginia Union univ Cisily in Richmond was arrested wednesday by Jackson police Althof a railways bus terminal. To was a graduated from Washington a Dunbar High school in 1959 and last year was one of the participants in the sit in demonstrations Pinili Atco by Union students to desegregate downtown Rich lunch counters. Coloured members Are in the his undergraduate work Al continued on Page 7. I continued on Page 2 fou re in fast company when you use afro classifieds to buy and sell. Results happen in a hurry. Whatever the. Need try classified. Rales Are Low. Phone my. 5-a0i5 tue is Toni of wo., death warrants was Sig Ioctl last month when the supreme Bench turned Down an api Eal bled und Eti the Post conviction act. The court of appeals turned Down a motion for a new trial tasty Arr As the a Dawn stranglers prepared to walk the last Ensign niacin Johnson or. One of Thieo Nava go Duffes 3 get commissions at naval Academy by Herb Man grim in a packed humid Field House at the naval Academy wednesday president Jolin f. Kennedy asked 7w> Annapolis graduates to a play a constructive role in the do Lnu. Son of or. And a mrs. I James la. Shelton of 2219 Zelop Mcnol of National of Douglass St., be washing Ion. Follow org gradual Iii Cyri a a nonies in Wjt is announced that Ensign has been recommended to Lea ii in the foreign languages dry mile two More men moved i into the Shadow of the lethal a Liaina judge Carter wednes Day sentenced two men to death. Gcorge t. Young 30, 2700 Block Parkwood ave., will die for he Noemi or rape of a 2 year a id Blond Mother i of two children. A i Russell j. While . Told judge Carter March 17, that Young us employed labourer. It urn it led tile Atla k while to it friends carried Olf several items from the Apar Meiu in a mid Day Rob Bey. A a rile two hic ii were later Eon Virled it in robbery and sentenced toll years in the penile Lipary. Joining void big on death Row . Was Philip shorty. 2.5, 1700 Block n. Bradford Avor he was Lohnis guilty of the president speaking Eil Quot Quot in. From notes delivered the / a a a. Is Slang states Ali Orney. In address before 10.000 Perit a a Omrey entered i a cml aide to be in Penis idd Colv Simian s Home later he Shook hands with each of the 95 men who graduated with distinction and looked on As were conferred on c63 in signs 58 Marine corps , 47 air Force i and 14 lieutenants. End Clit announced Onti nixed on Page 20 criminally and robbing a 77-year-old Blond woman of s40 in Imay of last veal. As told the n Llinat ii he same Block where he continued on Page 2 Bardel Wilson paroled among those awarded Navy commissions were. Ensign Mack or. Son of mrs. Mary k. Johnson of cobble Stone re. Glen in bizarre slaying Case Ham. .. Ensign Willie i. Hovd. Son son. Was a among tin of mrs. Georgia Tillman Ltd of paroled liar Ciel Al Anivale .St., was sentenced to the Maryland in icentary to ten years in he bizarre in 19.55 for i Hilvig Lur Meei idea Atli of the girl 17 years ii ail. Helen Delore John his Junior with whom he he Iliad by keeping company. us a i Raj old Man has 4215 n. Kerby .-avc., port-1 month. Licen Paro Leil pm Piui a land Oregon i Wilson a married Man at county Lii to. And Ensign Jon a. Shel the time living Al i7t2 i goes to work to better itself by Garey Reynolds to o others a thursday were Percy Sutton. President of i Ute Law a Jock City Boneh of be Naapi a and, Slat assemblyman Mark . Who. Fou Wood tee route taken a we want to get this neighbourhood out of hic Low class up to the first class where we belong. I consider he people in this Block first class mrs. Lillian Harris who works 91 hours a Dav and returns to her neighbourhood and continues to work to help get it the 1500 Block of Argyle pc a up to Par was sex tons and the child neglect. Like so Many other mothers she has wondered what could be done about ridding the neighbourhood of these conditions. A possible answer came thursday night with the opening of the Long abandoned Enoch Pratt Library Branch Pitcher St. And Fremont ave. Win can Tanga. Permission was gained to open the old Library Branch As a temporary recreation Center. There has been Assurance by the Library director that if sufficient support is mustered the building might be used on a permanent basis. The. Group which Calls itself a aggressive neighbors did a Borough House clean ing Job on the old building past 13 years decided to do something about getting do. Cent facilities. At Summers end. Mrs Ruffin called the Baui no re Urban renewal and housing Agency and asked what was on record for renewal in the Argyle ave. Area. nothing was scheduled. Mrs. Ruffin told tee renewal official what was on her mind howl and or. Momiu sat Dovon will the group to . We it ii lift Vii Yuul talked it Liuti it recalled Sih. Said Allun meetings they have a a had since were a Moi it on As was the first one. Do slay Lim of Uhall Ria live i Ltd a i ii a a Inglis of May 22. . Cival cd ii is i sati ii Bluit pin Duteil j a Pai ked Lour Rwm flu a i Hie i ase a ainu to trial in j Niter Al that year. Judge k in Mii Mienl in trial and s def i cd Lii at he had shot die girl by in it make. As la iry i were Liam Liim a Ulii in i Star. A list of the tilings that were. Wrong Uilah the neigh. Mal re a Nav Vii Iii Iii Iii boyhood Diawn up in. Elm Hoodoo Ditinno eluded Imp lil had Broo nip Orn Cial liked Hli an. . relations. . Tue Case broke on june i. When Llic Quot Tadly Detlow posed Buczy o the gul.,was a.sliore., near the i Olonia River. Bridge in Charles Coli nov to off a mrs. Harris like Many other mothers in the neighbourhood. Has seen tee willed conditions the dirty a1-"leys. The cluttered streets. The opening of the now Branch at North and Pennsylvania aves. With Abe Kielp of an Urban renewal official. A j. I. I l the absence of decent Stef Quot Young a neighbourhood work alien for their children the or who talked with the Enoch landlord tenant rela Pratt Library liar Clori de p a a a a the opening of the building was not an overnight thing. La really began about a year ago when mrs. Clora Ruth Ruffin. M536 Argyle "avr.�?o\vho�?ohsd_7giveh of her own time to provide the children with recreation for the Beard and old her he would have a Man come out to talk with her. The Man was or. Young. A meeting was called in february of this year of Al residents in the Nighbor Aiki. Us building was to i Vor body in the neighbor Bood in the torm of a layer an open Book of a plan to mint Jug. \ co Linued on i age 2 i a a v f a tecl file sic. La id been. Samv May Early Iii the chose Liere Vivus ail ind Eutimi that she might have been he victim cont much on Page 21 r

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