Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland 25 Mar 1961
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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - March 25, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland
A a 4. A a i re a a state also _4.__ / j a by Rufus Wells Lait of Serif a you Carl Ess the examination qualify in every respect but if you Are col a red it chances Are you will be washed out in the ?� that to How. A coloured accounting clerk was explaining the run around he re calved when trying to get ? Job with the City or slated the determined Young Man was interviewed More than ten times for jobs and once was told that he was too qualified and a would no to be Happy with a clerk to Job. A a College trained he had worked in accounting for the . Arm and for private business firms. He made High scores in exams for City and state jobs but was never employed. His Casa typifies the a interview roadblocks that so effectively maintains t h e racial pattern in City and state agencies ostensibly operating on a non discriminatory basis. Applicants for state jobs Blue Streak edition it in a a in in 69th year no. 70 copy Labud Imi by Ajro american co. Tor All material previously printed in the current National edition Baltimore my March 25, 1961 . Tragedy claims two Mother says 4 i a Gerrymander Bill irks City leaders by Max Johnson a 4 Annapolis a sponsors of the Bill to reshape Baltimore to six legislative districts said thursday. Their intent was to be fair. Some Baltimore lawmakers screened and Given a is queried say it Isno to going by the commissioner of per sonnet to office then referred to agencies where Job vacancies exist. The Agency director is Given the names of Ive Quali. Fled persons. Ile Calls each in for a interview and has the Power to select any one of the five without regard to Quot their standings in the examination. A it is at this Point coloured Job seekers contend that the color bar comes into play. The City works under similar arrangement with tests being Given by the civil service commission. Hiring agents for the City departments of payroll disbursements. And assessments have not yet selected a qualified coloured Pierson. A a the equal employment opportunities ordinance prohibits racial discrimination in hiring yet it is virtually impossible f o r qualified coloured persons to get jobs in certain City and stale agencies. The equal employment opportunities commission in its 1060 annual report. To get out of the City Dele gation committee a principally because leaders of other City districts were not consulted. Sponsors of the Bill include two members of the James ii. Jack Pollack organization in the fourth District and a supporter of the Thomas do Dalesandro group which is one of two actions in the third District. The Bill was introduced March 14. And As of thursday evening it was still in the City delegation files. Its introduction brought bitter protests from Many residents of the fourth District who charged that this was a. move. The of Chivens Quot pointed oui that the fourth District now has a 58.6 percent registered coloured vote and a 41.4 percent registered White vote. Noting the new distracted boundaries proposed they charged dial this Bill would Cut the coloured vote registration to 52.8 percent a and increase the White registered vote to 49.2 percent. These disturbed citizens argued that there Are disjunct so in Baltimore where their own representatives in which the catholics can elect catholics where the polish people. Can elect members of their own race1. The fourth District they contend should be allowed to remain so coloured citizens can elect their own representatives in any realignment plan offered a rather than have their voting Power diminished. A t a the Bill 895 proposes that 1. The 17th Ward which is 99 percent coloured be taken from the. Fourth District and added to the first District r 2. An upper sector of the 15th Ward where the residents Are of both races be added to the fourth District instead. This would include the 2nd to 5th 9th to 12th continued on Page 2 j. I a charming Sher re y 0 u n i native balt Morean dances in Paris 21 a music master Errol Garner talks of hic Congo. Civil rights and music Ielusic. Music. Page 17 a Catholic training schools Plait to integrate rites set a a for sat a of really done to know what happened. I was Down on the a Page 32 Eastern Shore. Of a Warden Price says there is integration Al City jail Page 32 a Kennedy attacks segregated civil Var observances. Page 16 awes reports it statement / the worst is Over a smiles of Pital this week where Winslow was mrs. Mary Mallory and son Winslow reported in Good shape after opera a Mallory i3, came at University hos Tion to close a Hole in his heart. Bermuda youngster 13, coming on a of think he just blacked oui. They were Quot separated hut he loved his ?� thus spoke mrs. Mildred Andrews of Easton my. When slip arrived in Baltimore to make funeral arrangements for her son and daughter a Law. Both of whom urn a found shot to death. The bodies of Andrew Mcguire. 34. Of the 2000 Block Druid Hill ave. And his estranged wife Mabel to. Were found in a Florist truck Al Warwick ave. Near Fayette St. Shortly after mid night wednesday Western District police listed the shooting As murder suicide. A continued on Page 5 the jewish people can elect business woman says we be never in trouble before a Owen the led. Exemplary lives up to now. We the never been in any trouble before. Within itself it is not very pleasant. It was a Little junk. We were helping neigh Bors who were hard up a we did no to realize what was ?� a mrs. Beatrice Travis 45, 4315 Fairfax lid., co a defendant with her husband Aaron p., 48, in seven cases a charging them with i a ceiling stolen goods was talking to the afro on wednesday. Mrs. Travis was found guilty in criminal court last it week in two cases of receiving stolen goods. Air. Travis was convicted on four counts. They arc be on $1,000 and a $2,500 bails respectively pending sentencing which awaits a probation department report. Mrs. Travis could draw a maximum sentence of six Vears. While or. Travis could get a 12 year term or both. Chief judge Emory in Niles who presided at the trial said he wanted to Sec a report on the couple s background before imposing sentence. A a a the Travisee Are a to Well known in the business world. Until they lost their lease 18 months ago. They j shoe store in the 3100 Block a. North ave. Their Enterprise won newspaper publicity because they started on a shoestring and d styles at reasonable prices. than Ruthm the cases broke last Montt she and her husband had plans to reopen the store about May i. However she is now employed As a for lady in charge on the laundry department at a Liberty Heights ave. Dry cleaning establishment. Or. Travis has found work As a shoe Salesman she said. Also awaiting sentence in connection with the Case is continued on Page 23 i a gets guard the Only witness to the slaying of Andrew Blinky Blondheim is in Safe keeping. The fact that mrs. Agnes Mclaughlin being Kepi under wraps to protect her from possible harm was confirmed by police on wednesday. A tile ii year oct clerk who was on duty when of Blond Hrha. �?"4c death in a Holdup at his liquor store has moved out of her Home in the 2000 Block Bolton St. And is under constant police guard. Last week end police would neither confirm nor deny reports that mrs. Mclaughlin was in hiding. When an afro reporter sought to Contact the witness. It was Learned that mrs. Mclaughlin had not returned to tier Bolton St Home. Ai efforts to reach her at another address also failed. Mus. Mclaughlin a font into hiding after or. Blondheim was shot in his stole at North ave. And Mcculloh St. The Light skinned gunman continued on Page 23 Winslow James Zuill Mallory. A 13 year old Bermuda boy is improving at University Hospital where last week physicians sewed up a Hole in his cart Ruthc size of a 50 cent piece. A a of did no to know the Hole was there. I Wasny to sick. I played football Cricket and baseball a Winslow told a reporter. A his Mother. Mrs. Mary Mallory close by at his bedside added a othe Hole was discovered last september when he had a Chest a Ray for school. The patrolman Quot Marvin to when Annapolis a gov. J. J he approached the truck lie Millard Tau to is expected j saw a Man slumped udder to Issue a statement on i the steering wheel with t of Iii Iii Ai. A Vit Iii r in of. A a i provident i of it Jacl within mood streaming from the might become ill later on South s a patents to Mas with ,1 l n it Java j Rig lit Temple. Them while he , Sana or a n. A the body of a ionian u he the . Re in i . Chair Bead lying on the Narh mrs Mallory said her Swanum. <l1-� rim Nissim the fight knee was in. The and their Only child had plenty j governor appointed to study lining seat. She had been of Energy ale Well and i a Dos Pili. Said thursday a l,1<�? i Temple. I Malemut us uni be Muir was lira of Frt a i i ii h t v i a pleasing Quot to those inter noun Tod Dent on Amra at a Quot or the operation to Quot Jame l in lie welfare of in � Quot Quot � a n Tapual at 12 47 a a Lair some >1001 -2 a Inch in life if the Hole was not ?� the lady Cubert compas. Sion ate association of Bermuda took care of the travel expenses to Baltimore and the $2.000�?"plus operation. Mrs. Winslow said she and her husband. Winslow Mallory or. A Mason by trader will repay the Money in Small payments. A to. Mrs. Died 35 in Bermuda. Winslow to former teacher. Mrs. Gwendolyn Dean telephoned her Uncle and,.aunt. Or. And doctors told a nor het4rnlfsr�-Inclaif--swtarmr049 have the operation soon. I Buxton ave Baltimore to they seemed to think Brake arrangements. Loc. The Treasury dept vows Complete integration by Don Harewood the Treasury Douglas Washington Lun a senator Viaer said lie was 111 s met Iii re boy. Who weighs 81 pounds it not permitted to release ans non Quot to later. Winslow will return Iii a few 1 further details i Al Hie scene police humid a ays to his a just in time i d ,. N .22 Caliper in Ole or with inn for his so i1111 Dill i Hallow a. Bands although or. Wallace will Scive As an economic advisor to the Secretary on fit a qualified coloured people in Mancial banking monetary a to give us Sigsn Olhs. And if we Haven gotten some Black purse. Commission have identical rim Tutti in Tofit Framl Louuse 1ji> asking that fall image he an i n7 Quot Quot Quot can � i Illume to Horrum St ii Quot most a Odd or the Al a �??t 1. Non provident a Chr mlle la Lens Quot As relative # # # to imn Hippo re and tilled for i Iii. The appearance of mtg am n the Iti senators a my v Mcguire in court on a ii the total it Iida Ich Weik proved Sinatr Rill 517 on Mal Cli 29 or no i tipi and a two photos. Monday Aller amending ii for nowt tips Call my. 5-6015,. To the suggestion of senator a the 1958 Huhm Green a 6019, 1812 and 1813. Of no an George w Della i Filkill. Pan Titi k Iii Wii Irh Lim. Wor Call i. 5-2522 or ?"pjcsidcnl of tin bodice Weir mind was leg. 3-tw4. Bring your photo to the so Tea or it a a by lot $3,000.00 1 ill thu name of Attil City desk. The Secretary Soltice and started into a recruitment program then criticize ?� this statement was Mode to the afro by a new frontiersman Robert a. Wallace recently named special and fiscal policy matters he will also serve As the employment policy officer for the department. In an interview with the afro or. Wallace was questioned at length about 4 out inned on Page 2 k on limed on Page it John h. Murphy 3rd named new president of afro what s cooking. Assistant to the Secretary of what he expects to achieve in his position As employment policy officer. Asked a what is the highest Post now held by a coloured person in the Treasury do Public meetings open to All / City Council every monday 5 m., City Council Chambers City Hall. State real estate commission meets regularly at end of month it. Coming events it # March of a 24 a a i payment As of now said. �?ogs-14 a at this Point he introduced Charles e. Lomax special assistant to Tho regional a commission it it a to n . Assistant to the regional i counsel of to Chicago and tor or. Lawrence doss., terns officer who is assigned 7 to the add division of in us office building. ?��fcii�?opss strict of Columbia at 8 m.-nightly at Lac Dos i. Carmel Baptist Church revival conducted by the Rev. , As Sociats minister. March 24 Daniel la ohls to puppets it John h. Murphy. Ill Arling president mrs a Lizabeth a Phillips v Vos Joh a. V Lis it Quot Mhz Mal m Dyson is i i John j. Olav for /. I it Llu Tzi r Mil 111 i Vimr Wallace said a or Loarl Niue by re lira i or Tel lit and is Rev Cut to members of the of it a tier Max and or. It Doss hold the Active it Vas l Rosi enl , Smittee and Advertis j committee two highest a posts for col the afro american com my director. A a ored in the Treasury do Pany Friday to become chair-1 new company officers i. Juhn , 4-t part mint and they arc pres Man 0j nut iniarc1 of ii named tuesday arc. Accounting a new assigned to the. In f a to my a mlle he. It la Kail it. Hub to rail Revenue service. T. # l Jiuu not Iii v4 noun Cea. # tia a Cir it memorial com Utcy h>t6rhowr years Quot re Isminy As Tnie lips. Vice president and opsnlsrsl"11�?t Church. 8-20 a w k and publisher. Treasure mrs. B8.trice Travis Quot we the in exemplary i yrs Sion a wednesday april 12. 2 m., Boarch qom Peoples court building Gay and Fayette amps. A the department has a fair the Rev. , Clark employment poll c y As of Speaks at Bethel ame now. T \ Church Lanvale St. And a recently you May have. I continued of Page 23 Fco continue con page14 i or. I. Arnett Memphy. Mrs Nae m in in. L1nnr who has held posts of Ute rotary. To it Vas Jiing it president Secretary or the a1 Iii their treasurer for 46 years will Cai in 40�?s, and John i continue As trustee a mein a Oliver. A e elected new Liv lint business mar ?t Niimi ices of the Washington afro am Ltd Vanuiter Nylon to him and treasurer of Arici Atco. A a min Linued Oil rage d --1.1. J we
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