Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
6 May 1961

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6 May 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - May 06, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland F b Blue Streak special 42,000 on City i s list a a by Rufus tolls Are Baltimore taxpayers getting their Jno Tiey to Worter from the City to million Dol Lar a year medical care pro Gram or. It Walter Graham City comptroller who approves and pays the Bills tor the program Doest think so. Or. Wilfrid j. Davis director . The medical care Section said his staff is taking adequate precautions to Check for irregularities. Originally approved by the state Board health in 1947, the Baltimore medical care program provides Medicine and professional services for. Some 42,000 needy persons. The prepaid h operate by 4he Mem cd Sec amp a the c8y health depart meat. Last year the Section spent a total $193,000. To become eligible for City medical care a person must a be on the City welfare Rolls. He is then Given an identify Lee Martin suspended cation card and assigned to a doctor. It a a physician to is paid $7 a year for each patient assigned to him whether he treats the patients or not. One physician has 2,000 medical care patients and the City pays him $14,000 a year. Seven hospitals participating in the program Are paid $10 a year for each patient assigned them. Last year the hospitals were paid $340,032.86 for patient services and $50,000 for prescriptions filled in their dispensaries. Tile vast majority the 200,000 prescriptions dispensed annually Are filled by 14 pharmacies and four Boa Fng pharmacist fill Only one or two prescriptions a year. It a a the High Cost prescription drugs and the Loop Flash first Man \ 1 a a makes it into space Cape canaveral Fla. A Navy commander Alan b. Shepard jr., became America s first spaceman this morning Friday Shepard Rode a rocket to an Altitude 115 Miles and landed without incident in the target area 302 Railes Down the Atlantic missile Range the flight was made at 10 26 after a 2-hour delay caused by overhanging clo Damp Tobej Manl a Toto i Tuff blog throughout nitride. Than Cess Ful space shot put the United state Back. Fat. In space race and _ boosted sagging morale. Looking Down at Earth from space a holes inherent in such a vast j arc radioed give a Way program have j Uva Beautiful sight. A plagued the medical care plan since its inception. Tile program has been in a my group shocked a. V v a s a in in a v / .4 a in. � to in Quot in a by Damn hell a a what the hell that to what a Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone company executive asked seven prominent ministers or. Lillie m. Jackson and an a act youth group wednesday. The delegation was shocked. Mercer Smith vice president and director the c and p Telephone company to personnel division made the remark when the delegation asked Bim to change its Jim Crow hiring policies. To. He was immediately challenged by David Williams vied president Jackie Robinson youth Council who said a that kind language is unnecessary in the presence clergymen and mrs. ?� or. Smith replied that he did no to regard the language As vulgar and did t think it offended the ministers or mrs. Jackson. 7% or or or 4 m in % % at Morgan president Martin d. Jenkins Morgan state College spaceman Shepard is scheduled to go to washing r.,0�?"----. Ton sunday to meet Prest j ves Ligated on three occasions Jent Kennedy and receive a and each time recommend hero s Welcome tons were made to improve the operation. Some these a he How % Aviv. 3&1 a a a 4 a Mother s concerns mrs. Ear line Mcnutt the 400 Block Cummings it. Is bending Over her daughter Charise six Vears old after the child was struck by an automobile at in Culloh and Hoffman its. Thursday afternoon. The child was taken to provident Hospital treated for cuts the Chin and bruises the leg. And released. Photo by Foj Junry Phillips recommendations have been put into effect others have in 1954. A committee the scheduled House x delegates invest. Rt�rsrmsr1 Ligated the program Quot p0rtd\taformortracks tor commit Ujj Martin for the rest j a Sles coff q i my Solute the action was subsequent Grain. At . Pantie and an 1961 i i Sou to Mug Julu i i Al to the week old revelation i est l. Stebbins director Dairy electric refrigerator t t j that the half mile Ace the Ute health. Johns hop Ojen path cd arc i Quot after consultation with president to committee on half the 20f5 members voted 1 a. Inner. Frt to Niv to i inn Ira i ions scene Aiea. ,. For May loth president s group indicates i a Morgan track team had concealed facts relating to his ineligibility for athletic participation Over a period three years. Marlin admitted to athletic director Eddie Hurt last wednesday that he had drugs falsified his academic record1 when he enrolled at the col 1 Ieese in 1957. 1??o american newspapers at the Post office officials m employment upper to reject the applications Ihorn annual Monkin. A Al i ii us Raj. La coloured Supe i Usui s. The heated Exchange occurred while the group was asking or. Smith to hire skilled workers As linemen installers. Repairmen Cable splicers radio and television technicians without regard to color. In reply or Smith who said he is in sole charge the Telephone company to personnel division in Maryland added Ler Junu a. I t a ill la y i diem Cam according to mrs. Jackson and the clergy to what the Bell do Lyon want me to ?�. A Tuffe dictionary says cation invoke evil upon the use a Odom no and Imp Ecate Means i �??� according to the to curse damning one is i Ford dictionary in Impre therefore profanity. 5 Rev. Edward ii. Carroll pasto Ruf Sharp Street memorial methodist Church told to Aero thursday a i think whenever a business executive uses that kind tangling to c clergymen and women lie reflects his own upbringing. Previous to using the words what the hell it he. Also said a Damn Quot a a a a Rev. In Kita it is Kraham pastor Knox Prysby. Crimin Church said a the language the it Ami p Telephone vice president was in lilting unbecoming Ami unnecessary. � i wonder lie would have use the same hell and. Damn to in add Sung a delegation White clergy and w Linen i doubt . I shall hem the line pie bet my the Telephone company tin.? . It # a mrs. Lillie Jackson told the Aero the behaviour a c and in. Telephone official was shameful and uncalled tor. At least two i in the Penn relay ins Jim ills ii a a a a. I gluten Ica Miu it pc Lyme relay victories the advisory committee or no the 3 shows. A. High a avs i Folso recommended thai 0 the thursday show � a �iw.ma#1 in Fri it cite Ntinos til in a. Utu. R i registering at should be prohibited except Morgan. Lee stated he was a in instances emergency a freshman enrollee not phoned in. 1 Vasich your 5 High a Tient needs. Cake baking contest. Housewives Are urged to bring their cakes to the Transfer student. As a trans. Nevertheless some pm Vii Washington flour Booths no till til 111lotl Iliff pts Taw Bem required to. clans still phone rout be pre and �0 2 an Hume the Lars. Ill Iii Vii Luici v main out athletic compost scrip Lions to the pharmacist Day Between 12 30 pm. And Gen for one v car � it . 5 p m. A. Hight suspected Gam As the team to Anchorman in some instances the pre-1 asprj2cs totalling $50 two them figures in a a a n both the sprint Medley ascription is telephoned to a Ujj g0 j0 three lop win it 1954 police bribery scnda1 i on a is Quot ers. Arc scheduled to Ai _ a a a preliminary heading to food demonstrations will Iai to answer charge a it. Be by mrs. Jean Harris crating a lottery hum a afro sales representative Loundon county. \ ithe Rie Identa for rail. Tee Espial employ Imnel. A headed by vice Ite Sidcot. i Johnson. In Glen in the Pic Luie win tin civil service commit Mun. Which had in in sent a rec gain shot cml a a a Hev a Tedmond i. Meade pastor Bra a Baptist i continued on rage 5 hew Burh project plan draws criticism i on continued on engr 22 it continued on Page. 2 Mcmechen s daughters share $93,000 estate Chamler Sowins top honors at i univ. no. Law school in orphans court this week. The amount the estate is the estate being admin Likely to increase in ast to Rcd by Bis daughter mrs.1 much As or. Mcmechen a1-< priv it m Blake was Esli so had real estate holdings. A Mats at s when she in Wheeling a. Va., and had s hied administration papers1 debts owed Hun. Ile owed no a month ago. A the inventors his hold with the exception a o a a relative Ami friends the is rraesmtvaluats4looo� late will be shared equally a nine u s savings bends. 50 by his our Gnu fillers. Shares in the Banc scr in addition to mrs Blake. Building at 14 e. Pleasant St. Rcv include mesdames Mil and 1> shares Liberty dred l. Allen . Tuskegee Hock a valued at 51.220. Ala. Gcorge cauda Chester. A and Catherine Avilton the balance the is this City. Concerning tier also resulted in convictions "f"�"�1 to a District police Captain and another officer. Confiscated in the raid tuesday at a a stable on a horse Fahn were s0.d0u Cash numbers slips and. I Quot -. Adding machines. The opera who is Well known for her accused by Luttum l Quot lion was described As the preparations nue service agents in i biggest Ever broken in air 1>es. Ning a s4.a million b v Ginia. She will show to operation. Othello 14�?use everyday foods to take ton. 50. And Charlo a a a is Hie Monotony out food pc Anderson. 4h. Quot a a Groon firm raiders into the stable tightly sealed. In v apprehended the. Defendants none whom Honor was Julius resisted arrest though a Cha Iii Lim. Ii. A senior ii Cuk tav .38 Caliper revolver mount Gilead. N Ile was i .m.-Ivu. ,.f on one the i ghz named editor in a chief hed by agents a Ltd tables. The North lathe farm. And amb i were t both formerly d m i the police bribers-1.��?� which i in Rel Ollil new ii. Toned i i Bai i i a or. I Ujj i a i i m i a a a ii no Winni it til i i i it i ii at to i mss � Noi Iii in it Una la s i achieving or highest the Cliv sunni j. Restaurant at 209 la die Arv a to Muntler was still me median St. I elections. A Yulfo 1o a ter Mac tins 6. Homes Anil establish week what to do about the at 1501-.ll Park ave. Proposed i to Lei i a Fin the the i Royal improve it. To Al. I Ieni ii la iban men. Association termed the renewal Aiea mimed ionic Nitter s Arii end Tow committee s recent Bui for this Ai Ca in this announcement that revisions a a. To project which would allow Jins promo Al is cym some Costah Lisments to stand and slap not provided for in the Orlgia in >0l,face for it utterly Aal plan. Has drawn Sharp a i a continued on Page 6 j Alexandria. Criticism. A i in. To lib it t/ailimoie.1 a Hail la new a1 and housing Geniv s prop t. Hoti Iid a by Lam ens St on i two the iis. Ave. Brevard St and Belton is on lie a a get i it Dii ii St nit Hie a huh. Ami met Ltd Lull St to the . To continued on a Tuge 16 Cynor nominates Plainfield lawyer to Superior court Flash see Coupon Page 20 for Owen Mission to afro cooking school and Home service show at the coliseum May 10th or Lith one Washington who main continued on Page 2. A ote a a Shojin court i Kiwi. Trenton a gov. Meyner i i Mumtaz nominated William Iii. n i l j. A a in Plainfield to by men. to i by Isis it Quot a in Onur coloured Jurist Lluc ficus have Jirojt hired that 0�?z n,0 Jersey Superior pm establishments should for or. A a Norli Rorm i to1�l to aside each week for news tips my Newt photos. For hts tipi cell my. 5-015, 4019, 1811 end 3. no Enswor cell to. 3-j024 or we. 5-2522. Bring your photo to the City desk. I i newsmen caught do tilt Dor Hinr a. Ai. I i act in on i in and � i i u up Paud w a Timi a a i a a a. I it it Enlal Linin Wiki � he Scalcon i. Houses and Oiler at Mou jaw 1219 27 Lindon ave. Tih. Candidate tor the High 7. Tavern at la ?t2 Linden get to judicial Post held by a a. Coloured person in this stat ii. Tavern at 1333 Linden Lias been on the staff the ii dle Rind in beverage 4. Ii a ii in oui Al 1333 Liu undid i Imon Ince 1940. Den ave. A a

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