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fHf PUBLIC INTEREST K fHI FIRST CONCERN . OF THIS NEWSPAPER Associated Prets Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Features VOLUME 90, NUMIfR 181 FAYETTEVIILE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 1952 10CAI FORECAST^- ' * Fayetteville and vicinity moit-, ly cloudy with light rain or srtow and coltlcr tonight and tomorrow. Rainfall .07. High temperature yesterday 50; low 39; 11 a. m. today 39. Sunrise B:56; sunset 6:03. PRICE FIVE CENTS Job Is Explained By The President Allies Work Out Finance Program Reds Charge U. N. Massacres!?TM 5 j"£v * To Pay For Big President Truman (left) explains to James H. Doo'.itlle Ihe job he wants the famed flier to do as chairman of a special commission to make an investigation into air crashes a'nd crowded airports Doolittle, a retired general, led the first World War II raid on Tokyo. The President said in forming the commission that he has been "seriously concerned" about airplane accidents. ' i Curb On Marriage License Sales In Madison Asked Retrial Moves To Be Heard March 5 Set By Court A hearing on two motions for a roirial in the Fayctlcvlllc mayor's election/ contest was postponed today until March 5. ·Circuit Judge Mauptn Cummiri'gs had. set Tuesday, February 26, as a tentative date for the hearing. The date was changed because another case--in Chancery Court between Glenn's Dairy and the state Board of-Health--is scheduled to begin on Tuesday. Mayor Powell M. Rhes was declared winner in the election contest decision handed down February 1. Arthur B. Davidson, who contends he was elected -November 6 by write-in votes, moved for a retrial, and Rhea then filed a retrial motion as a formality. If the new trial is refused, Davidson has said he will appeal to the state Supreme Court. Wetbacks Cross Border--Into Marine "War" Tamp PcndlcLon, Calif.-i7P)-Five Mexican nationals escaped border detection and made their way over mountains into the vast, domain tha.t is Camp Fcndleton. There they ran afoul of the United States Marine Corps. * The Marines are fighting some mighty battles in their maneuvers within the camp. The defending forces flushed out the five weary, lost and frightened "wetbacks" near an air strip yesterday. The defending 1 corpsmen figured that their prisoners were spies of the offensive force, cleverly disguised. They quizzed the Mexicans more than .two hours before turning them over to the immigration authorities. Railroads Contemplate Big Spending Program Calf Stealing Serious: $100 Reward Offered During the past seven days six cows--four of them calves less than a week old--have been stolen from Washinglon Counly farmers, Sheriff Bruce Crider revealed today. He offered a $100 reward for · informatibri'Vlcading to the arrest and conviction of -the thieves. Four polled Hereford calves, ranging from one to four days old and subject to registry, were stolen from Oscar Wilson on the Zion Road this week, the sheriff said. In addition, a white Shorthorn yearling heifer was stolen 'from Sherman Case of Highway 68 near Springdaie. A sixth animal, Ihis The Madison Counly Grand Jury, in a report issued this week, urged a .series of reforms in the issuance of marriage licenses. The jury adjourned February 11, but the formal report'of the invesligalive body was nol made public unlil Ihis week. Chiuf emphasis in the rcporl wns placed on the sale of marriage licenses. The jury members proposed that the county clerk's office-where licenses are issued--be closed not later than 5 p.m Saturdays and remain closed .over the weekends. This would prohibit Ihe issuance of license's at night or o n - S u n d a y ' when - the courthouse is normally closed. In addition, the Grand Jury reported, several instances of 'the sale of licenses to minors .'as brought to the attention of the investigalors. This praclice, the jury members said, should be s t o p p e d through adoption of stricter regulations. The jurors proposed t h a t minors furnish birlh certificates to prpvc whether they are of legal age, brcught Student a whiteface grade yearling i " ntl if ""' ° r marriage age they '-' ' ·· - '· .jhould he- accompanied by their parents when applying for a license. A simple declaration by the persons seeking the license t h a t they are. of age should nol be considered sufficient, the jury held. The state's laws regulating Ihe issuance of waivers--which waive the state's three-day waiting period--should be followed carefully, the jurors advised. Waivers should be issued only according to law, and in ^keeping with the c u s i o m s of '"our :ighboring counties," lhc report said. Defends Record Made By Americans In Japan heifer, was taken from the farm of Mrs. Paul McKimm on Highway 45 oast of Fayetteville. HurbisWill Play At U. A. Student Senate Sponsors Concert Jose Ilurbi and his sister, Am- j paro, will play in Fayetteville at I the University Field House the night of ?1arch 10. They are being Communists Say U. N. Practices Prison Brutality Some Progress Made In Negotiations To End Struggle Munsan, .Korca-W)-Thc Com- nunists today accused the United Nations of "barbarously massa- .·ring large numbers" of prisoners ! n the U. N. prison camp on Kojc Island. "The latest massacre f u l l y testifies to the brutal I n h u m a n i t y with which .your side treats our personnel captured by your side," said Col. Tsai Chen-wen. The Reds had been expected to inject into the truce conference the Monday riot in which 69 Korean civilian internees were killed and 142 wounded. In an adjoining tent at Panmun- jom the Keds accepted the U. N.- proposed monthly troop rotation ceiling of 35.000. Previously the communists had insisted 30,000 men was sufficient. However, the Reds clung to their demand that only five ports of entry on each side be opened to inspection by neutral teams during an armistice. The .U. N. Allies insist on inspection at six entry ports. Other Minor Items Col. Don Darrow said that after an agreement is reached on ports of entry "there still are quite a number of minor items. But they should not present much difficulty Communists become the staff officers Kerr Said Looming As Possible Challenger Of Kefauver If Mr. Truman Does Not Run May Be Rival Candidates unless the obstinate." However, aren't even ^3isciissinp" 4 \h'e" biggest issue of all in the truce supervision controversy-whether the Reds may. build and repair'mili- tary airfields during an armistice. Despite the Red protest over the Koje Island riot, staff officers! working on prisoner exchange plans made some progress Saturday. They have reached- virtual agreement on all but the key rjuestion- whcthcr prisoners should be forcibly repatriated or given a choice. (By The Aitoeiatld Prenl A showdown fight for the Democratic presidential nomination appeared in the making today between Sen. Estcs Kefauver of Tennessee and Sen. Robert S. Kerr of Oklahoma--provided President Truman decides noj lo run. But Gov. Actlai Stevenson o f . Illinois and Vice President Barkley ; slill were prominenl in Ihe speculation. Kcrr gained strength by apparently lining up Democratic leaders ! in his own state behind a "favorite son" campaign. Senator Monroncy (D-Okla) said he would not oppose ' Kerr, and Gov. Johnston Murray ' is expected to issue a 'statement supporting him. ' Carl V. Rice, Kansas n a t i o n a l ' commitlccman and a Kerr backer,! has claimed Kcrr will.gain Okla-' homa's 24 delegation voles and enough olhcrs to have 200 before convention time. i Test April 1 | This first big test between Kefauver and Kerr will come in Ne-: braska's primary April 1.. Kcrr's chances depend partly on when Truman announces his plans. The Oklahoman says hc will back Mr. Truman if he runs. Ke-', fauver says hc will seek ihe n o m - ' inalion regardless of Truman. ! Senator McMahon (D-Conn), a i Truman supporter, said Slcvenson ! and Barkley were lhc two leading alternates to the president. i Campaigning in Ohio .yesterday,'. Kefauver suggested " C o n g r e s s ! Sn"Sse" l rgs'TMhfoLgh Ihe 1 UU^Rock-Ott-Howard Glad-* aid of a Budget Commission work- ^ C|1 t Little not-k, n member of the inn with Congress. Hc praised t h c i Arkansas Public Service Commls- prcsident s stand on Korea "TM J Howard Gladden W. I. Purifey Gladden And Purifoy May Seek Office Of Attorney General said, "'Our foreign policy is right in taking a stand with the nations: of Western Europe." But he added: "When we give aid to foreign nations we must explain what we expect in return--a unification of military services." Tad li Crilicil Senator Taft of Ohio, compnign- ing in Vermont fcf'thc'Repflblle''n" ;ion, today snld friends had RUK- i;cstcd · lip. run for attorney general. Gladden, a former FBI agent and former administrative assistant to Governor McMath, has been on the Public Service Com* mission since 11)50. * .He. |ndicalcd;.that U ho. rieeldn in'malto (tic" race he'd here by Senate the University Entertainment Committee as its concert presen- lalio'n of 'Hie year. The Hurbis, in New York at present, will play al Dayton, Ohio, Indianapolis, Ind., Springfield, Mo., t'ayelteville, Wichita Falls, Texas, and Ihen go direclly lo California. Known prominently in the musical world and as a motion picture player, Iturbi is known widely also as a conductor and recording artist. His home is in Beverly Hills, Calif. He is considered lops' in technique among pianists. He has become a recognized composer in Ihc last few years and his works are being played hy many symphony orchestras. His "Soliloquy" and "Fantasy" are full Wasnington-W-The_ n a t i o n's | | cnglh| , nd hc has a | so composed railroads may spend $2,180,000,000 in the next two years :" " " cars and locomotives it earnings! permit and materials are avail- j able, says an industry spokesman. William T. Faricy, president of the Association of American Railroads, told the Interstate Commerce Commission y e s t e r d a y 200,000 freight cars and 3,405 locomotives will be needed. Coronation Uatt Discussed i London-fA'f-Plans to 15 Persons Killed In Plane Crash I'usan, Korea-(/Pj-Fiflecn persons were killed and 20 injured when an F-84 Thunclcrjet struck a power plant, then caroomcd into a hospital and four houses yesterday, an Army spokesman disclosed today. The crash scene was at Sadukni, about 12 miles northwest of this Southeast Korean port. Col. T. C. Green of Austin, lire.from PSC first. Two days apo Flop. Will tarn T. Purifoy of Camden said he WRS considering becoming a candidate for attorney general, but that he hadn't made a decision. Atty. Gen. Ike Murry is expected to presidential' n6rhlnatlon, said the administration foreign policy Is "as likely to produce .war as peace." He said he would reor- i ganize the State Department if I elected. In other political developments: 1. In New York, Taft was challenged by commentator Tex j run for ^vci-nor. McCrary to continue their tele-1 vision debate nf Thursday night i in which tempers flared and t h c i studio audience ; booed and cheered. McCrary said he did not call Taft a liar, as the senator had charged, but had merely commented that Taft was "careless with the truth" it) his book, "A Foregin Policy for Americans." McCrary is a supporter of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower. 2. In Washington, N. C.. Taft's S o u t h e r n campaign manager, Representative fleece (D-Tcnn), told a Lincoln-Washington Day dinner the people" arc prepared to In Canada Three-Yeor-Old Token From Home drive out of the national capital "the minks, the pinks and the stinks." 3. Senator Carlson . r "rM C nh ) n t " ld L.. Republican , Montrca1-(/Pt-A Mdnaner stole three-year-old Barbar Ncmcroff from her home last night and left n note with a maid demanding dc- nf $50,000 ransom today lo Mistakes In Building Air BasesCharged Arms Project 50 Divisions By End J)f 1952 Is Aim Of Western Partners Lisbon. Porlugal-r/n-Thc Ali Inntic Allies lay down today. 3 plan In tap western taxpayers for 300 billion dollars for antl-Com- munlst arms--a sum they believe can be scraocd up without bring-/ Ins economic ruin. iffi ' . The cost will be spread over the three years ending with 1054 and n equal to S7SO aplecf for each of the 40n million people In the 12 original Atlantic pact nations. The Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is expected to endorse the plan today. Months of study bv economic experts--the sn-called 12 wise men hr.adcd by U.S. Mutual Security Administrator W. Avercll Harri* man--went into its preparation. /J! the governments involved were consulted repeatedly. The plan forms an economic liRhtrops Jar many of the hard-tip European nations. M a n y - h a d ' to Increase their arms spending, and Ihc 1054 armament goals were reduced slightly, to make ends meet under the plan. . , It set down ways and mean* -to finance an army that Is meant to include 30 front line divisions and 20 In Immediate reserve by the end of 1052, with planned expansion to some 88 divisions by the end of 1054. Httwork Of AlrbiMi Included In the plan is a network of all-bases reaching from the Arctic to the Equator, cprr)- munlcalions, ships, tanks, 'guns, ammunition, uniforms, barracks and such like. The plan also provides: NATO governments must" put airfield construction ahead .of many other budgetary Items to make sure the nearly 200 air bases In West Europe 1 are finished on lime. . . . . . . * ; *JV. Arms production to be speeded. . National resources--men, ma-' chinod Metals nnd materials -need to be used more efficiently lo stretch., ihln . supplies. Coal steel and metal production need to be boosted, and the Allies are . urged to avoid scrambling with TM° ih " '° r KS " e " W ma an Ashcvillc, JN. u.. uepUDiican i ','""·; · - · - · , " , , , ' ; , i c f i i i ic ..nf »,,r n »t«t A i rally there is no mystery flbout i the shoe department of a.Montreal j «l'» is ""t completed, where Eiscnhowci stands on pun-! department store. | Senators learned (hat lie issues -- that hc already has! The child's parrnls, Mr. and said "as much as some party p l a t ( Mrs. Moe Nomcroff, were away Hunt rsnld -today the 'United States "Is paylnc through the nose!' for n ."lot of mistakes" on a .multi-million dollar program of overseas airh'ascs. ; Hunt is chairman of a Senate Defense Investigating Subcommittee digging inlo charges o' waste and extravagance In cor.' ! ,,.,,,,,, slruction of the secret air bases in j Some of the Allied nations short North Africa and in Greenland ] of manpower need to review Immigration policies so they can ust other countries' surplus men--such as Italy's two million unempolyed. Muit IncrMi* Earnings The European nations need to increase their dollar earnings. One suggested method Is to hurry construction of the air bases which would bring more U.S. spending in Europe. The plan emphasizes more at- tcnlinn hc given to new weapons TI. , i , . ., , . --a clear reference to atomic pos- Hunl Mir testimony so far in- 6 jbillUcs. The experts think some dicntes t h a t the Greenland base, of Ihese weapons will cut down near Ihe North Pole and known by the code name'of "Blue .lay," had cosl more than $100,000,000 and near the North Pole. "We hope these public hearings will make military and civilian leaders iroro alert and on their Iocs In the future," Hunt said. Public hearings arc suspended until lale next week to allow .attorneys and Investigators to cull through a number of critical reports by experts on the overseas projects, only partially complete. , .,,, ..... ,, ........... ,, ....... ,, , ..... J t ..... , ............ ^ ........ ...... ..... ...... .. Texas, commander of the U. N. j forms and more than some sue- I from home when the man entered Civi! Assistance Command for the cessful candidates for president." T, , ,,, . , . , ,, ,. . Kyongsang Namdo District, said Tokyo-W-A high i U. S. A r m y | t h e Amcri , an pilol anri K Kor6m legal officer said today American soldiers in Japan have committed amazingly few major crimes and "I doubt thai our record can be matched by that of any other military occupation in history." Col. P. T. Chaplin, provost marshal for general headquarters of the Fart East Command, said there has been a steady downward Irend in Ihe number" of major crimes since lhc occupalion began. His statement answered recent blasts of criticism from the Japanese press and Diet Parliament for alleged crimes commilled by U.S. occupalion forces. The Weather-- Arkansas--Considerable cloudiness with no important tempcra- civi | ians were killed. Among the dead were at least two women and a baby. One estimate placed the properly damage at $100,000. Engineers Oder Aid In Highway Agency Reforms Little Rock-(flVA group of o- fessional engineers wants to take the lead in ousting politics fror the state Highway Department. Meeting here yesterday, the Arkansas Society of Professional '" - Ihcir home. They defied lhc ransom note warning againsl calling police and officers searched for (he child and her abductor. Police declined dclails of the note. The Ncmcroffi; secluded several thousand workers were recruited nt "premium pay" for this far north airbaso, vhcre workers drew from S3 to $8 an hour lor lhc firsl 40 hours weekly, and Ihcn time and a half up to 70 and 80 hours a week. More than $3,000,000 went lo workers while aboard ship before Ihcy even reached lhc Ihcse weapons will cut manpower needs and eventually lead to revision of present arms programs. The entire plan underlines the idea that a substantial German. contribution in men and.material Is needed to reach the arms goals the Allies have set. The NATO Council yesterday took a big step in this direction by approving the French-sponsored plan for a Eu' ropean army undrr which Ger- "»» l i v d "^ ginccrs the Icchnical resolution" offered services of a five- for'frei'chl j several sketches, dances and suites I lure changes this afternoon,' to- ! the plane 0 H" if earnings i for " ia "° and °. rchc£l; ' a - I night and Sunday. | looking for I Property Owners Still Far Apart OnShengCase South San Franclsco-f/l'J-Thc Soulhwood district, which last wcek.vo'. I against admitting a Chinese family, found out last night it is not an all-Caucasian Queen Elizabeth in late August o r ; neighborhood. The disclosure was rnc. I have put up with you." Hc described, himself as a "ha|..i haola--a half Hawaiian." He said his wife was full-blooded Hawaiian. » : "She Is no', as fair as you," he Kite Is Loser In Air Battle Albuqucrquc-MVThcrc was a , minor air battle over Albuquerque ' m n n committee lo any rcsprnsl- ycslcrday. ! ble citizens' group r.tlcmpling lo James Harrcll and Lewis Kirby ! clean up highway administrate were flying a kite when an air- j abuses. plane swooped low. After several i The abuses were brought to dives, the plane-succeeded in scv- j light In the recent Highway Audit "iSlj'r .L' 00 ," lQc . 1 ?', slri , n f- at " i Commission public hearings. Harold Kngslron of.Little Rock, president of the engineers, said n. H. Dikenhorsl of Morrilton, chairman jf lhc HAC, had assured him lhal organization of a citizens' committee is being planned. Large Area In Path Of Rain And Show Chlcago-Wi-Raln and snow hit wide areas of the country today as themselves and .referred inquiries j site. to the police. j H u n t said Ihc watchdog group Officers said the kidnaper brokci also cxpccls to pry deeper Into In aboul 10:30 p. m., and forced | protests that French officials in lachcd fo lhc five-fool box kite. Kirlland Air Force Base of- larrcll and Kirby arc Ihcir kite. arc selli-g your neighbors down the river. The mailer of an apology for Shcng came Up. A man yelled, "We'll accept HIS apologies." The meeting broke up without irly September arc being con-: made nt o bitter, disorderly meet- sold quietly as hc lookcd^nvcr the any action after Felix C. Surmonl sldcred by the British court, the | ing of 200 persons who met In a Dilly Express snld irida'y. The church ' c o m m u n i t y ccnlcr np the paper said the queen Is expected I roquet'.' of lhc 2fl property owners to decide' on a date within weeks. Strike Is,Ended Snn Frnnclsco-M'J-Cnblc three j who voted to admit Sing Shcng to the Irncl. A tolnl of 174 .voted against Ihc former Nnllonnlist Army officer, now nn airline me- cars, irollcys nnd bunes arc rolling ;i?«ln on San Francisco streets, A «lrlkc which hurt Immobilized the municipal transportation system for v the past three days ended at ' ' . . . . , . . , j .... ..,, ,., u l , v ,, , , v i . . i M « ,lll,v 1 1 W U U I I I I I I L T r C H X ^. OUrmOni U n || n u l - n J - J /.., ,, xr it. audience. Hc said he was a dls- read a statcmcnl opposing the £' J 1 * 1 TM^ f r TM No . r ! h abled war veteran who purchased , Shengs as neighbors. «niithi..«i«,n,,i i n m m,. his home In 1040. After l i v i n g ! "Mr. S h c n g requested an there n year, hc said hc rented the \ opinion. He received one," Sur- home and moved to nenrby crtmmunlly. Colma, a chnnic. "I like It here. That's why I Ini vested my money. The property Dclmnr B. Shcplcy, dressed in j values hnve nol deflated hnvc Army pnnts am' n field Jacket, 11 hey?" , ,,,,,,, stepped to the speaker's stand last The tiudienco applauded when hc color, nationality, mont snld, After the meeting, Hogcr Hous- sllle, a local businessman, raid hc was putting hid $17,000 house, largest In the tract, up for sale to day "to any southeastward northern parts Into Iowa of Missouri Dakota and and Illlrols, Heaviest falls were In Northeastern Missouri nnd W e s t Central Illinois. night and mid: "You've had me among you for some time, You hnvc put up with finished, Before Shcplcy jpoke, n spectator shouted to (ho ·(tponjors; You regardless of I r or creed." "I do nnl wnnl to continue living wllh n bunch of bigots," Mouj- ncpubllcan sllle snld, Hon, Brotherhood Oppmei Tilt ! , Albuquerque. N, M.-MVPrMl- P. Kennedy of the od of Railroad Trainmen say* his union will oppose Sen. Robert A. Tail's old for Ihe presidential nomlna- Five Cut From Staff Of General MacArthur the maid to dress the rhlld, theli carried the little girl o f f . McMath Is Available For Third Term Draft (From thr Awtoriatrd Prrss) Little Rock--Governor McMath j costs, declared last night that hc is nol candidate for a third 'erm. Rut Morocco, site of lhc North A f - 1 N c w york-l/Pi-An aide to Gen. rican bases, nrc insisting upon ; DmlRlas ,\i ac Arthur says the for- laxmg U. S. materials and equip-1 n, cr Fi , r ].; as t c rn commander has mcnt ship|..-d in for lhc jobs. 1 been forced lo cut five members Assistant Secretary of the Air ! from his eight-man personal staff, r'nrcc Edwin V. Hugeins testified | The Army says the reduction is that eventually all the air base! routine. construction will be handed over! Mac Arthur's aide, Col. Laurence lo the French, although the United ! K. Bunker, said last n i g h t ' t h a t States is paying all cnnstruclion he grinned and observed thai "I could be drafted." McMalh, spcakin/j to the A r l . a n - j ·sas Retail IJardwarc AsiKidatinn, Indirect!; criticized Ihe Highway A u d i t Commission for rcfusnp to j allow state attorneys lo qucslion wilncsscs al ils rcccnl public hearings. The governor said a thrcnt lo personal liberties can hc seen in "investigations by quasi- judicial hodics which refute to give a person lhc righl lo defend himself." The commission, Ihc stale Highway rejected McMalh's It is U. S. policy not lo own foreign real estate on which · lhc bases arc being construclcd, he said. o r d e r s Irorn Army Secretary f r a n k Pace, Jr., came through February 12 directing that the five be transferred within 60 days. Bunker added that. In addition (o the five, the resignation last month of Lt. Col, Al hony Story, thi general's former pilot, also Politics Charged In w v n ^ cs t n g ton , , he ATM, ^ the staff reductions h«d been TrOOOCri DiSmilfal m " (1! ' n linc wim treatment ac- MVV|/VIJ irijinujoi corded to other five-star generals ,, , ,, , ,_ _, , who--like MacArthur--were · not Halon touge U.-MVnismlssal ; JssiRncd to any spcd(ic duty , , of 12 lo 15 stale troopers was an · . cco'inmy measure and not polilical j revenge, says Superintendent E. | P| n np (~rn«h Victim P. Roy of the Louisiana Stale Po-! L 10 " 6 *-' _ . . Investigating lice. One of Ihc dismissed troon-! Reported FrOITl Lincoln nl, ei-5, David Wallace Chrnnaull, I cross-examination of witnesses on the ground t h a t the wHnrsscs were nnl pn d i n ) . The commission In- viled Hie governor lo nppcnr as n witness, bul hc dec-lined. Frank Whilaker. Alpcnii. w a s elected prcildenl of the hardware Rrnup, and L. B. Unistcd, Para- goulrt, wns named first vice prcul- riMil. New directors Include B, P. Napier, I'dyr-Hcvlllc, .lohn Colciultl, Jr.. Mnitnoll*. nnd Henry f'rnnk- linr Jonrshorn. Deparlmci request f o r l c h a i R c d he had been fired because he refused to contribute to the po- l i l l c n l campaign of Judge Carlos Spaht, Gov. Karl Long's unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate.' "That Is ridiculous," Roy retorted yesterday. "Just a statement from n sorehead. No man on the force was asked to kick In, A man might have been asked to volunteer some funds, nnd some ol those dismissed, I'm sure,.did contribute to Judge Epnht's campaign!," The Associated Tr«u reported today that a Lincoln Navy officer, Lt. Mack Honey, son of Ralph Heney ot Lincoln, Route 1, was killed yesterday In the crash of » naval tra'ncr at the King Ranch near Klngsvlllc, Texas. Lieutenant Hcncy win one ol [our naval airmen I* die when the twU-engIno Betthcnft plan* crashed. Two other-men were Injured. Efforts by the TIMES to locale the Lincoln olfkcr'i today were unsucctMM

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