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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 14 1960 TEN CENTS PAGES
37TH YEAR, NO. 38 SttQTEEN

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Grand Jury Scorches PoIicet..


The Dade County Grand Jury --

reported that bOUts is flourishing 'SH I
la Dade County REV. JONES DIES

In a scorching final report' the .....
jury called tn City; Manager Mel- AT 74
Tin Reese to order a vigorous police -
crackdown on boWL If It The Rev GranviHe Jones, 74. :i
tent effectivethe Jury said of 1821 NW 73rd St.. died at his
Reese should bring charges home early Sunday morning af- itcr
against the officer' responsible a ton?' Illness. I'

The report climaxed a three
month study prompted by revelatkms Rev Jones was a pioneer Mlamian SHAY
that the numbers racket having spent more than I
b rampant in Negro areas. fifty years here II. was pastor
of New Bethel DapUst Church.
Several Negro members of the Liberty City for some time, bjt:
police force charged at the same: resigned in 1958 because of falling
time that the operators of a health.
$100.000week numbers play
10 The body will be taken to the,
were paying out per cent for
police protection. home at 9 o'clock tonight and
will be at the church Saturday
The Grand Jury confirmed' the from 9 am. until 2 pxn when .
earlier findings bat morale is funeral services' win be held. -- -.r..a

low among Negro patrolmen because He is survived by his wife, In {)bs -;rm cf National HoaJta -'of Fletcher Paschal and his.. AU C.::: Grove; Community, 68tb
white superiors have discouraged Mrs Albertha Jones, a son Walter ) Week, 0:? auxiliary to the Stars. A surprise guest artist will end !St!) ave Srrvl<<,. 3rd ave.
them from making bolita a daughter Mrs.. EJva Ferguson Datle Coun'y Academy of Medicine -, add to your evening's pleasure. end 12th st Edge's. 3rd ave and
arrests.Police a number of grandchildren wi!) present "Doctors Dilemma Tickets may be!" purcnesed from 8th t, Bunche Park Opa Locka.
Chief Walter Z. Headley and other relatives. '! ," a cabaret-dance. Sun- the wives of the doctors, dentists lie sure to read the" next week's
challenged tho Jury on some I da. May IS 7 until 11 pjm. 1720 and pharmacists. They are also Miami Times for further infor
points. of its report on bolita and I :NW 7Oti *t Minimum donation I available. at the following drugstores :. mation
said he didnl understand others. advance $1 SO, at the door $1.75. I : '
3 MEN ROB ,
Mrs II 11. Green
is president
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1 don't know why the Grand Off-street" parting available on I Economy: 3rd ave and 11th at.,
99th and 47th and Mrs George K Sands general
27th
Jury would say we doa, have terrace IlrowncvUle. ave.
adequate Mason with Negro officers SUPER MARKETThree \ Enjoy the soothing saxophone st; Dew Drop, 1727 Grand aye.;. 'I chairman,
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or that they fear to make
bolita arrests" aaid Headley men each armed and
The Negro officers are represented .wearing red bandannes over their Direct Ruling Asked in School CaseA I
at staff meetings, and faces, robbed a super market at
we>e questioned them Indivi 2120 SW 32nd Ave. Tuesday federal Jjtdge has been asked --.
dually about bolita." the Chief nteixt They held their guns enth to rule thatnr Negro rupil may CONVICTED OF Miss Isabella Present 41. guest
aid. employ and NltCJllMn.I] attend a white school in West I at the hotel pleaded guilty taprostttuHon >
cleaned' the row of Palm Beach without pursuing all PANDERING and said that sto
and ran cut of the store frocrdure under Florida's Pupil, I promised to Up Jlend.'OQtor
Milton II. Anderson, a bellhopat "
To Probe Alignment Law. any business he steered her way.
Charred with robbery of a Lincoln Pan American Hotel and Two detectives! posing as elirntt -
The asked by William
rui'nf: was
Read fruit store for $110, preacher of the gospel" got
M Holland Sr. West Palm I were steered her wsy. She
two men and three mixed up with the law this week
Voting women were Mach who has was given a Mtaoended sentence.
arrested attorney waged a and although he took his illblelto I said
f Hir-v..ir battle' to have his 10.' HenderMm he has 11
court he had to pay a fine of children to support and earns
Records Beach police caught the groupas ycer-oM son admitted to a white $50 for pandering II i only :;M a work st the hotel. It.es .

they eroeed the causeway. school f fFedera' __ ___ ____ _____ not an ordaifted minister, butpraehes
Stolen dresses were also found Lathe Judge Entett Choate set,
Washington Moving quickly car police said 'he me f'r a hearing onthe .is-. sue at 2 pn. May 20 in the at various churches on
under the new! I960 Civil Rights Palm Beach County Courthouse. Sunday
Act Any General William Hog.en -
has asked to inspect voting ?w..
records' in four counties in four ; .'
southern states
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In letters to the. county registration C s R
boards Rogers said:
This demand .is. bated upon Information -
In the possession of the
attorney general tending to show
that distinctions on the basis of
!d
race or color have been made ,
with respect to registration andvoting I s

within your Jurisdiction. II ill1
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The Justice Department said
that while thousands of Negroes
live in the four counties, none
are registered' to vote. The coun. I a
ties are McCormick County SC.
East Carroll Parish La.. Webster
County, Ga. and Wilcox
County, Ala.

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Lincoln Mae IAckaawas dead .
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last Saturday night s t l(
She was struck by aa auto \
while riding a bicycle u she at- x rV ,
tempt to cross NW 22nd ave. l
and irrth at.

Dade Potic Office Set. L. C.
UulBns said that witnesses told
hum that the woman bad crossed
187th st, the Paknetta by-pass

and crossed over use east lane .
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when the car hit hat IB the west
lane. She was throw Up on the Probably! the largest funeral ca ded around the church be- decked coffin being taken from F--; c'1 r-t Cad seats U
hood of the car sad wto the ever held in Miami was that of C r.njig st coon, but D.body was the church by members of the and t.srl ca the outside du /
windshield. Oscar L. Range prominent mortician &dJ'.ed to the small church Florida Morticians AtsocJitioo f"!9 urvc.:
Lark C. Taylor of 1MOO W. who wu burled from St. untu the many honorary pallbearers who served u pallbearers At right is a portion of ,
Dixie J1 way was Ue&tifUtf M James AMZ Church on Tuesday and family were seated. At right y pan of the bandreds more than pieces sc.by .
driver of the ear. afterncen. 'I, An estimated 2,060 people were who listened to the service admiriag"Wn 1 acqual*
charges were filed1 pending Thousands of admirers of the!I unable! to. get into the church. outside the church. tances Atom Mi
tux person. able young busln flKaaa 1 t, Top Lit shows the- flower'+I Bottom left is a portico of those pM 4


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Wanted: 'Physically Hospital Meeting the hospital, 4700 NW 32nd tvt.

PACE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1960 Handicapped MondayThe The agenda includes election of
board members, election of officers .
Physically limited men and annual meeting of Christian annual association
report
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women who have definite skills held membership.
Hospital Inc., will be
and Job knowledge. I
Christian The Employ The Physically
Hospital Opens Handicapped Committee Is organizing -
a county-wide registration -
of all physically limited
people who want to wcrk. This
Own Blood BankStart action does not mean that jobs
are immediately available for
everyone It does mean that the
Is trying to find well-
committee
able to the entire community -
Your Account qualified people to meet local
regardless of race, color or crHd"NY' : ')
needs.
labor
This Week Johnn C. Fullmore Jr., its By creating an immediate
administrator "Our board of directors
placement pool of the most """ .
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Complete facilities for- recelv considers It a privilege to qualified workers the committee I !
inc blood donatkns were Inaugurated donate the 4;ace and other fat"litiN intends not only to meet local I
Saturday, May 7 atChristian : to the Community Blood
labor demands" but to retain i' c 'i J ,
"'tnk. a non profit organization .
Hospital in its new the confidence it has built up[ 4.p1
butiding at 4700 NW 3rd ave. I which lends blood without question w'-'h employers In the area. I
This important addition to the to any and all who peed It" David J. Light EPH committee -
hcn>ital'. regular services will "We hope the public will take president Hid: "We have no
function as a branch of the John fill: advantage of cur effort to k'arcry cf untrained and semi
Elliott Community Blood Bank. keep pace with the daily increasing -I skilled workers We want to expand
Hrurs for donors will be .8. am. blood needs of our commun our registration of them
to noon on Saturdays and Sun- I ity" alro 1f000 ..r. It is mere difficult -
days and 3 pm to .8 p.m. on Under the Community Blood to find Jobs for the unskilled -
Wednesday evenings. As the Bank system there is no charge so We hope to encourage
blood! donor traffic increases the -and na fee paid to donors. them to register and then go to
schedule will be expanded to as*I I Credits fcr blood donations can be one of the counseling agencies"
sure prompt' attention and a mini- deputed In a personal or organ where they may be trained to -Ita.... -_..:, ".......
mum of waltinr.The I isational account for future their full potentialM
hospital's director' of, needs: they can be used to replace If you have friends relatives The Mays III,h Schcc) produced The project contained data
tunes Mrs. Virginia Gore, R.N., blond received by the donor or neighbors who are handicapped two first: pr.ze winners in the lowing a comparison of pulse
and Miss Bernice Parker, ItN..! or anyone he chooses, wherever and looking for Jobs have owcr jun.or division: : : of the r:."C3 cf boys and girls in an 8th
have received special training at j leafed: or they can be donated anrifts them mail a simple statement Including .xth annua) South Florida Science grade class: at the Mays school.
the Community Blood Bank during to unfortunate people who their name, address telephone Fair which was held at the It showed the maximum and
the past month Additional have no other way of replacingthe number Jcb skills and I Dinner Key auditorium a few m.nmum pulse; rates in the
nursing perrnnel will be fadoc.Irlnated .I blood which has saved their phypJrul dfcabilMy to Dade Coon. 'weeks ago.Shirley group the average for the group
In blood bank techniques Uyf'l.Fur1ht't'. tips Employ The Physically Oliver and Roberta Edwards and the difference between ana.tnwe
the winners. Mrs. pulse rate for sex and
*> donors discover the were
many convenience inferrnation concerning Handicapped! Committee 2600 W
M D Pratt who worked tlreJessw'tt The effect of exercise on
age
of the new location. the blood bank at Christian Ho. Flag' St. Miami 35, Fla
; the made Itpossible : rate was also shown in this
"Christian % two girls puUe
Hospital's blood pltal .fe available by rhotrag NE A follow up interview will be
bank like all the rest of our 5-OtMll or the John Elliott Cnn arranged for everyone sending in for their victories projectLAMOUNT
splendid facillMiw! will be avarf- munity Blood Bank at FR 9-8341. such information I ...

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w2):) bring low-cost post-high for those mho wish to enter occupations -
choo education to Dade Coun. immediately after
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The Fine Arts Conservatory 'cvcral groups Adults who wish I The credit standing! of D a d e
apeclaLzing in musk, dance and t" take rounca on a part time County Junior College is sound \JL 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
art announces that its director, basis high school graduates of and work done there will be 3B
Ruth Greenfield will be teach-i previous years who wish to continue transferable to other colleges and
tag a limited number of piano their education and current universities
student on Saturday. The school. high k'hooladuatf'l who THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
is in tile YMCA Building Iccated plan to enter college this Fait I There are no entrance exam!.
at 5770 NW 15th ave. I nations Any Dade County resident a
Several types of programs are with a high school' diplomais
Ruth Greenfield, a native MI- available The university parallel eligible to apply for admission
amian. studied both in this coun
try ad in Europe. After receiv A I Fresh Meat-Low PricesWould
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Company of Miami and the Ring

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JAX EDITOR GETS MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA .4iIIII
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BIGGEST VOTE SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1960 PACE -j

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/ BY ELUOTT J. PIEZE' FOR NEGRO FAMU STUDENTS PHIL- bici(


.. .. RELEASED FROM SAYS:
ATLANTA ULTIMATUM ---- -
GIVEN formal charge must bo filed first, .
I then the arrest" follows The die* ..........
ON INTEGRATION JAIL
advantage to the police la that it P ,)
$ What I is truth? Truth I.' that
"It's the last chance this court Is often difficult to conduct a : which leads us to God. Pontlu
can five the legislature of Georjrla -j significant 'Investigation .n asuspect Tallahasse.-Five members of Pilate asked this question as hefaced
to avoid what come.** when tho suspect la at Tallahassee CORE were released
mar Truth In the form of the
and can't bo from Leon County jail today after I
Those mere the words of Federal large questioned by beloved Jesus (John 18381, jet
police. With tho In seerving 50 days for "disturbingthe
Judge Frank A. Hooper, when suspect custody he knew it not.
he postponed' on Monday, putting i for 72 Hours, the 'Investlga.tlon peace." I
school integration into effectIn i is mucH more simple' and can I) Patricia and Prisdlla Stephens, There are many who search for
Atlanta until May 1961. be much more thorough John and Barbara Broxton and truth and the sincere ones will
I William Larklns, Jr had all reach' their goal "Ask and It
Judge' Hoper said he would However the State Attorney. chosen jail rather than go free I shall be given you." (Matt 7:7.)
issue a ruling to delay the effective -I office has handed down this new on bail pending an appeal of their
date until next May, and i ruling, and so It will undoubted. case. They are the only student I Where shall we seek truth?
would require that the ruling I'y remain This, new ruling 1e leaders of the sit-ins who have I Truth' lim in character. Christ
attfr to both the 11th and 12th I should prove very popular' with I actually done so. did not simply speak truth; hewas
grades as of the September, 1961 I those persons who are prone to I truth; truth through and
school yearBelieve break the law but very vnppu JAIL AN OPPORTUNITYPat through; fee truth Is not a thingof
'tar with 'law enforcing officials. Stephens on leaving jail words, but of life and being.
it or not. that was the said; "Jail was an opportunity (F W Robertson.)
action of a southern Judge on a IT'S ALUMNI REUNION TIME rpM for us We had time to think to
matter that has proved delicate The seed of truth .Is within
most It's Alumni reunion time at renew our faith in America and
to the south and of all Booker T Washington! < High the power of nonviolence, to rededicate each of us. waiting to be nourished
places In Atlanta the capital of School on Tuesday June 7 and e111o a ourselves to the task of and watered through noble
state where many veteran observers Frfdav. June 10. And what a ending discrimination. need. enabling u to grow spirt.
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are of the opinion thai time it l il coin to be In this Eric O Simpson editor of the "We want to thank the bun. sally towards God. This veryaerd.
integration is leas likely to succeed rear of 1M! <>. three dam will Florida Star and candidate for duds of people all over the according to Demosthenes
than in many other placesin return to celebrate reunions.The the Civil Service Board District country who extended sympathyand represents what we have within
the deep south. <>urelves of the image of God.
annual reunion prcyram will 2 in the May 3 primaries failed support, We hope that we
Judge tHooper has set the pace be held on Tuesday afternoon to get in the runoff but piled up shall not fail their trust." This i.. reasonable, for God is
and a rood example for many June 7 at 2 o'clock In the Hooker an amazingly high vote of 15.141 James R Robinson, CORE executive -I I One truth Is one and we, being
other Federal Judge to follow. T Washington audltor inn. which if the highest number of secretary, said "The faith made in the image of God are
Here's that The ela of 1950 will celebrate shown in Tallahassee is
hoping other conncientious votes a Negro has ever received' a maJor absolutely one.
judges will see the rears" out of the memorable walls in the history of Florida factor In the growing pressure
light and do likewise. In tile tb Inri reunion after ten years to change Woolworth policy nationally Kn wta<< this, and profesjfngallegiance
meantime the people await the nutf ehool The' claw of 1940 Sinon !lowed' a statement. The chances are good to the teachings of
the results of Judge Hooper's win observe Its wcond deunlon, say.ng: that we shall win. And much of' Chrwt. how can many of His follower
ruling after 50 rears nut of the memor. the credit for that success will 'I dine to the untruth of
able wall and the das of 1930 1 wish to thank the thousands go to these gallant students. racial segregation The answer is
GERtTEIN. SCRAPS LONGTIME ha. Ih! third reunion representing cf titena who placed faith and CORE is arranging a speaking I believe, that the segregation
POLICE 30 years after graduation confidence in my ability and integrity tour for the Tallahassee students. I words and action differ Thus
POLICY
<< to cast their vote for
me
I they deny' Christ because they
Dade's State Attorney Richard Miss' Sallie L. Stephens" a in an attempt to elect me to such i nfifw se truth far truth as wenave
Orstein made a move this week ,I member of the faculty of Sun- : an important office .and I noted before "is not a
land Park; EJementarv School in particularly wish to elect only those candidate who
to scrap a longstanding police express my thing of words, but of life and
arrest procedure" which' he Ft Lauderdafe. and a member of deepest appreciation to the various give us the assurance that they I bIng"It
Infringes on civil rights says the class of IPSO will be the Individual organizations and will assist us to attain these ,
I mtaeiftal esker for her elsss. groups that worked in my campaign goals" we wt h to protect Ourselves
PoHce in the Miami area, have R rre.*ntatve{ been told to not arrest suspects 1940 and 1930 will alt re.i ways" plans for the formation of a vot (;(KI's Truth. let us take advice
without placing a specific charge pond on the annual program i ers' organization In Jacksonvilleand of Horace Mann who said. "Keepone
against them Th4"Mat routine will be followed On the bank of the confidence' Indicated that a meeting of I thing farvere in vtn.th -the.
1 ''mmediately after the program that Negro citizens haw placed precinct leaders win be held and If you do this though
The action was directed toward in him. Sfantwon said that he mrtlme soon. it may seem tf1 lead you away
halting a police custom of will lend his support only to Simpson said he felt he could I from the (....MEr. of men It will
holding a suspect for Investigation REUNION BALL JUNE 10 those candidate who will give lave pulled more votes if he hadbeen f surety conduct you to the throne

on a charge. before actually The annual' reunion ball will him the assurance that they will able to devote more time to of Ck-d"
filing the charge.As be ".Id." Friday night. Juno give the Negro people fair. just campaigning He added however,

I see this new procedure 'It 10 at 10 o'clock at the Harlem and equal treatment and assist in that he will begin laying plans In

b........ unfortunate I" a large Square Ballroom Invitation will' and providing job them with equal rights. cffice.the near future for his bid for It Pays to Advertitcl
assure fw the mfr and women be in the mall beginning May 1*., opportunities

whose duty It M to enforce the As usual any one who has not Simpson said "although I have
law. Thla procedure of waiting received his Invitation by May I lost the election it I. a victory -- ---
until. a formal' charge has been 2* I Is asked to kindly call .In per. for us. in that !it shows we are on
filed against a suspect bef.re ar. eon or phone the downtown of. our May to becoming a united
rooting him, simply' give the flee of the Miami Time at lilt lcpe! in! the struggle for equal
ouepect mere elude NW 3rd ave. FR 223M and
time to the rights and flntt class dtlzt'ftJIbJp.ADd. Those
law, and oven leave the area In alumni peronnel, will supply him "
he added "now is the
order to with Invitations for himself and
prevent arrest In
time far
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IM to act with
ether wade, 'f. police officer friends.. You may also make your than 13000 of mare who
Hoe ,....... to ouepoct that a certain table reoervatleno at tho same tdra us united<< in one
..,..... equal rights we can
has committed' mur. place Funds raised from the
dor. under the old procedure sponsorship of tho reunion ball ue cur voting strength to help

that polka could arrest that .ueI I I will go toward the AlumnTo annual i live inI
poet and hold him for 72 hour scholarship award. It'o re.union .,
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for Investigation of murder. I, time at BTW June 7 and 1>
During those 72 hour, on Invrttlgatlon I Jon 10 We'll be looking for you I
|o conducted and. If It .le and you e'i
determined that the suspect did |
oommlt, a murder, the formal ,
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charge la then filed against him.

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SATURDAY MAY 14, 1960 of Negroes live in the four countiesMcCormick, S. C.;
PACE 4 East Carrol] Parish, La ; Webster, Ga., and Wilcox, Ala., JUST BROWSIN'

not one registered to vote. By PAUL R. HENRY
aia&it The McCormick County Attorney called Rogers a
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"Ifer." He said they had four registered-three registered -

ii1t in1c; last week and one last fall. "None was refused, because marine Wonderful Triton U.makes S. nuclear a historic tub.

none ever applied before." trip around the world covering
In Preston, Ga, where there are 1296 Negroes of 1,519 miles undersea in 83 days
Office at 111? N.W. Third" Awe. MIAMI' Florida-Fhene FR 1-2211 said she 10 hours and IS minutes undeected. -
the clerk of the Supreme Court
voting age,
Plant at T40 N.W. Uth Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 .
doubts there 12 who could ( JaJlr '.
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H. C. SIGI8MUND REEVES, Editor Somebody's lying. Senator Humphrey of Minnesota -
Garth C. Reeve Managing Editor and Buelneoa, Manager has withdrawn from the
residential race. Too much
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Kennedy.
FIRST NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN
ONE YEAR ".!to SIX MONTHS t.75 THREE MONTHS .70
The general public Is listening
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