Baltimore Afro American in Baltimore, Maryland
27 May 1961

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27 May 1961

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Baltimore Afro American (Newspaper) - May 27, 1961, Baltimore, Maryland Father # 28 f biased son s death slur in column i 69th Yeai no. 88 Tad in Brano a Bicas cow Loran but Otal no Ploit Tler Pnat id la it Imbt in Floral Baltimore md., May 27, 1961 a a l a i k a 32 pages 15 cents inside / 1.0sg and Shorf of shorty shorts. Palt a 4 a wion Barest plans housing project Page 32 a Cut grass or pay $50 Fine t. Page 4 3. Citizens cited at a act state conference a a a a a a a a a. Page 7 rename or. And mrs. Alvan s. Standby sift of bold on soil Annisor airy. Lameda in death testimony that a father gave his 4-Year�?old Stepson i a judo Type blow to the head thereby causing is death was preset feed Iii homicide coutral Central tuesday. Testimony was also Given that James Manuel Marks or. 28, of the 200 Block Bridgeview re. Struck i Chad j. Buie last March be Catte the boy tripped Hias he walked across the live ing room to answer the Tele phone. Throw his Mil Mer Northwestern District 507eofs r. Clayton the Rev. W. L. Clayton pastor of Macedonia Baptist Church was returned to office As president of the United Baptist missionary con i Nuon and Aua Larles of Maryland the $3ui Imphal conference meeting Herx the Tetef a Electie Aln Law All Ether a Fidali re tuned to Eulce. Ute Rev. Matthew solve pastor of Concord Baptist Turch wag named to succeed the Rev. John l. Tiht As director of Relig fam us Aube. By Eliz Abeir Oliver chief a municipal court judge t. Barton Harrington ordered the defendant held without bail for action of the � Irand jury. An autopsy report introduced by assistant state to attorney Abraham Adler attributed the boy to death to a head injury. Detective Robert Goe testified that or. Marks first said a omy wife told me something had happened to Michael and that his head was swelling. He said he had fallen Down the Steps. A of Hod no Money Lor a doctor. When i went to bed he was still playing. A Ohe Laid Down with me for awhile and then i put him in a chair. When he fell out i thought to was sleeping. A when i found oui he was trying to get his breath i called my wife and told her he Wasny to doing so hot. There a was a scar under his Eye so we took him to a doctor re to detective Coe said that aft the doctor discovered or hat the boy Baa been beaten. Cobitt Odood of Page-5 or. And mrs. Alvan Syl vaster Stanley 2525 Mcculloh St., have been compan ions since childhood so Long a me that they have almost gotten what it w As about la other that attracted in. Of waver As they observed ii 50th wedding anniversary on May 24, they looked ack and decided that being enable doing things for each other cherishing their love through the years is the were married at the m or Parent tar. And or. Marks pleaded innocent m Reg faster St. In East Balti More on May 24, 1911, when she was 20 and. He was 25. Now he is 75 and she is to they slate they Are just As Happy now As they were then As they were when they were a Ojust kids skipping to sunday school 0 # to Mark the Golden wedding Day in their Book of Many Many Happy memories they Are having a gala reception at the masonic Temple Eutaw place and Lanvale St., sunday from 4 ?t to 7 . For some 400 or 500 of their friends. From 7 30 to 10 30 ., they will have open House at their Mcculloh St. Residence. A grand occasion for Ihbe two of them they will look their very Best mrs. Stanley in Gold lace with Gold slippers and or. Stanley in a Tuxedo. Gifts of Gold and cards of congratulation have already begun to flood their Hovic Fot or. And mrs. Stanley have. of people with a Host of Baltim oreans. Their associations have been confined mostly to their separate churches and the masonic Lodge. A mrs. Stanley has been a member of Waters ame Church since 1904. Or. Stanley j 0 i n a d first Baptist Church and was baptized the sunday after the Baltimore fire feb. 4, 1904. The Rev. Or Tilley who is pastor of new metropolitan Baptist Church resigned the Post since to is leaving the state to take a position at Shaw University Raleigh . The Rev be will be published on monday May 29th because tuesday May 30th is memorial Day a National it Holiday. Don t Forg to pick up tuesday to five Star edition of the Balti More afro on monday at your favorite afro Amer ican newspaper offices will be closed on tues Active in All departments of the Church. Mrs. Stanley is not an officer but or. Stanley has been trustee and treasurer of his Church of years. He is among the oldest members. However in the masonic Lodge both Are officials sad associated with All departments. They make two trips a year on Lodge business and have just returned from Chicago and Seattle Washington plan to go again soon. Mrs. Stanley is. A member of the order of Eastern Star Annie s. Banks chapter. He is a member of the Corinth Anthian chapter masons no. Nil in on Page 16 gins his fourth term in of fice. He w As elected president in 1958. The Conven Iron closes to Day Friday. It Quot. More than 6id0 persons attended from the 88 churches in the state. Meetings were held at cos Al Tabernacle Church Wal Crook and Rosedale Sis. With the Rev. William Tapscott. Pastor and his congregate in hosts for the 4 a Day Conff Cnoc. The opening session came monday with the pre a convention program at the Macedonia Baptist Church at 7 30 . Odell Smith assistant to Southern front Woodums a bus not allowed to Stop for sick t 27 Freedom riders arrested sym pit hiring couple fined. 800 after mobbed a mobs strengthen demand for jus tace or. F. D. Patterson says a so tons agree Alabama brings shame on . It u.8. Attu Iiley of mat am Csc to Quot i but ing off Quot period Kab. A Ala. Police chiefs named in suit. Attadi More Freedom riders a new Busload of Freedom rid--er5, including four White College professors and three coloured student arrives in. Montgomery Ala., under guard of police and the National guard. Center with glasses is the Rev. William s. Coffin or. At left partly hidden is or. David f. Swift and behind him wearing glasses is or John d. Maguire. Montgomery Ala. One minister was shot though not seriously wounded and ten persons including five ministers and four educators were arrested Here thursday As a week of tension neared its end in this Quot Cradle of the the Rev. F. S. Seay sr., of Fleer of the Montgomery in it movement in was shot in the wrist by a group of White teen in a passing car. The methodist minister 62, reported a Bullet struck him As he left his suburban Home on the Eastern outskirts of Montgomery. The pastor was unavailable at his Home later in the Day for further comment. A a meanwhile in Washington. Atto Raay general Robert f. Kenned withdrew the greater portion of United states marshals who were sent to Montgomery saturday to quell the violence which broke out at the local bus station when the Quot Freedom riders Quot arrived. A total of 666 marshals have been housed at the nearby Maxwell air Force base ready for action in the event they were needed since sunday night when they prevented. Trouble at a Church meet log of the a Freedom continued on Page 16 solons agree Ala. Jail la Shames . A i by Louis Lauher Washington a Nipa violence directed against Quot Freedom riders Quot in Birmingham and Montgomey Ala., last week wis generally condemned by Northern Eastern and Western members of Congress and de nation pays tribute f to miss Burroughs Washington Ferencek the revs. Joseph approximately 95 ministers attended funeral services held for miss Nannie h. Burroughs thursday. Nine of them paid her Oral tribute from the pulpit while ethos among an audience of nearly 800 came in silent . Speakers Al the three Lour service held at 19th St Baptist Church included the two contenders for the presidency of the National Baptist convention. A whatever their other Dif Jackson and Gardner c. Lay Lor agreed completely on the greatness of miss Burroughs. Miss Burroughs who founded the National Trade and professional school for women and girls and was president of the womb no to convention. Auxiliary to he National Baptist convention. Died last Sattre Day her body Lay in state at the school in Northeast washing continued from Page 2 pored by ?� a a a sen. Estes pc Fauvor dem., Tenn told the Senate tuesday that atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy had no Choice but to Send . Marshals to Alabama to prevent violence. Quot the ugly passions which have distorted reason and Taw in some cities in Alabama Quot senator Kefauver said Quot have Given birth to a violence resulting in most serious damage to our great nation not Only Here at Home but throughout the ?�&Quot a senator Kefauver spoke particularly about the Quot brutal assault Quot in John Seigenthaler. A fellow tennessean and former newspaper Man. Or. Sergenti Walkr was sent to Birmingham by the president and the tor nay general to work with the Fri in investigating the outbreak of violence against the a Freedom after gov. John Patt amp san of Alabama would not talk continued on Page 17 in miss. By Samuel Jackson . The charges against Tho 2? Quot Freedom riders Quot arrested Here wednesday afternoon presumably arc based on their entering the terminal waiting room marked "while.&Quot. Newsmen noted upon in rival of the first bus that the waiting room labelled Quot coloured Quot was locked. Pasted on the door was a roughly scrawled sign which read Quot out of James Farmer National director of the Congress of racial Equality was among the 27 Quot Freedom it Erst arrested. All but too of Hie marshals Lave been ordered Back to their . Active Home , or. Kennedy said. Deputy atty. Gen. Byron whizzes White is in charge of the marshals. Arrested As they sat at a unch counter in Hie railway jus station Here were the also among them is the Rev. James Lawson of Nashville tchn., former Vander Blit divinity student who w As ousted last year for participating in sit Down demonstrations. A others Are Julia reverends ral i. Abernathy of Montgomery f. S. Shuttlesworth of Birmingham. And Wyatt tee Walker of Atlanta exc Cutie director of the Southern Christian leadership conference. The Rcv Quot or. Abernathy president of Hie Montgomery improvement and the Rev. Or. Shuttlesworth of the Alabama Christian movement for human rights. Also arrested Werp the Rev. William s. Coffin or. Chaplain of Yale University the Rev. Gaylord Job. Noyce professor at the Yale divinity school or. David e. Swift of religion at Wesleyan College in Middleton conn., and or. John d. Maguire assistant professor of a Clifon Al Wesleyan All White. Three students also were among the ten arrested racy Wirg George b. Smith of Yale. Clyde l. Carter and Jones of Johnson c. Smith univ Silv Charlotte. . A Aii. Aaron and Jean in Thompson. Both of new 6i leans miss Lucr Clia Collins. Fairbanks. Alaska c. T. Vivian. continued on Page 17by four Tiili arrests the group Lead purchased bus tickets for Jackson., Mississippi. Where 27 other free continued on Page i graduation Calendar m High schools sch Date god octet location Carver june i 325 Lemmel Ltd Mergenthaler june 2 55 poly to a a. Jtnie-5c 367 r Eastern june 6 725 a the armory Southern june 7 288 poly Western june 8 .164 poly Douglass june 9 400 poly Forest Park june 12 468 poly. Patterson june 13 3.s0 poly poly june 14 384 poly City College � june mfr 680 the Amory Dunbar june 16 208 poly tout 4.614 note Junior High school commencements will be held on the last Day of school june 15. At the respective schools at the time to be announced by the. Principals. All senior High school graduation exercises Are at 8 ., with exception of Carver which comes at 8 30 . And Mergenthaler at 8 15 a in. Colleges o speaker or. Horace m. Bond Dean graduate school Quanta u. Graduating class 68 seniors. Loyola v taws. Speaker 260 graduates. Iio Ard commencement 530 . Friday june 9. Vice president Lyndon b. Johnson speaker. Graduating , 700 seniors. Or. A a a it Bowie commencement 2 . Saturday. June 3. Or. Mordecai Johnson speaker. Graduating class of so seniors. A omd. State commencement sunday june 4,2 30 . Baccalaureate and graduation exercise Combine commencement 6 . Sunday june 4, on the Ever . Or. Ralphj Bunche undersecretary of the a Mfd nations speaker. Candidates for degree s 189.1 fms of my Coppin i of Nuneio to Cal. To a in. Saturday. June to. College commence mint. 6 . Thursday. June 8 in Pullen j Park. Secretary of Commerce Luther la. Hodges speaker. Gym. Speaker or. Benjamin f inc. Education editor of 2,700 graduates. North american newspaper Alliance. Graduating class. 66 seniors. Johns hoi i. A commencement to . Monday june 13. Edward r. Moi can state Murrow director United slates information Agency speak i i 6 . Monday june 5. Gov. J. Millard or. Graduating class of 301 seniors. V a \ a j a a a d a a a a a j a

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