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IM WILIC INTEIiST · THI RUT CONCBN Of niis Associated fnn Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Features /OtUME ft),'NUMBER 720 FAYETTIVIUE, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1952 JOCAt Fayettevllle and.vicinity mostly cloudy with occasional rain »nd fhunder showers tonight. Much ' colder with temperatures frorri 30 to 31 degrees. Tomorrow partly cloudy and continued told. .Rainfall .09. High temperatures yes- · trrday 79; low 53; noon today S3. Sunrise .1:54; sunset 6:48. PRICE fIVI CENTS Seizure Fails To Re-Open Steel Plants Fayetteville Buildings Shake As Quake Is Felt Tremors Occur Over Wide Area In Oklahoma Texos And Kansas Also In Path; No Serious Damage . An earth tremor of some intensity was felt in . v cyetteville this morning. Telephone callers reported to the TIMES shortly after 10:30 that buildings in the business area "shook and swayed," and calls came in up to noon from residents who felt the quivering. A building near. East Street on Mountain "actually swayed," one man reported, while another sale « structure on Center Street just east of East Street shook sharply. "I was frightened," he said. Others reported feeling the swaying of buildings about the same time. The Associated Press reported * widespread earthquake shook Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Arkansas for 30 seconds at 10:30 Booster For Toft and cracked the building - i n Okla- this morning, · Capitol office homa City. Similar building damage was reported in' Ponca City. There were no reports o_~ injuries. The CAA station at Drake Field In Fayetteville said it had received reports the tremor was 'felt in Wichita Falls, Dallas, Fort Smith, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Ponca City and Topeka, Kan. - , . The · University seismograph; which was installed last August, recorded .the quake which Ob- s e r v e r Jim Case said was of "medium intensity, and apparently had its center 195 miles from here." He estimated it was to the west of Fayetteville, and said the needie swayed six inches from Ihe center and - that it showed the movement of the earth during the . quake was downward. The quake apparently ^started at 10:28, and continued for about 30 minutes in various places. . The AP said that this was the first earthquake in the Oklahoma area in 10 years, and t h a t there have been 10 or 12 tremors since 1889. William Schiever, chairman of the department of physics at the University of Oklahoma at Norman, said there were three distinct oscillations in the tremor at Norman. "Then the physics build- Good Neighbor Bulletin Dinner Is Held At Greenland Mrs. John Web;r, a Taft-for-president supporter, dons "a miniature "headquarters" booth to advertise her favorite candidate, and passes out Taft buttons to pedestrians on a downtown Kansas City, Mo., ttreet, Overwhelming Victory Won By Taft In Illinois Voting Fayetteville Group Attends Session In New Building A crowd of some over 200 persons attended a Good Neighbor dinner in the new dining room of the Greenland school last night. The mef|I \vas prepared and served by the parents and students of the school. 'A Jarfic group from Fayetteville attended. It was one of a series of Gond Neighbor dinners sponsored by the Fayettc- ille Chamber of Commerce. Lewis Johnson served as master of ceremonies, with ^e Rev. Al- 'rcd V/hiteley giving Ihc invoca- ion. Tho welcoming t a l k was giv-. en by Sheriff Rrure Crldcr. with response by Wesley J. Gordon. W. E. Brooks, superintendent of schools, pointed to the srov.'th in jreenland, and the 4 m i l l school :ax. He said n i n e mills of the 44 s for retirement of an old debt, but since it only takes four and inc-half mills to make the debt iayments, more is available for he.open f u n d . He said classroom pace has bc?n expanded from i,f)00 square feet to 24,000. square eet, and this does not include the new gymnasium. The school sys- em has added a workshop pro- firam and next year v.'ill offer a music program. A well equipped home economics collage ii being i used and a home ec teacher is em · \ ployed. Brooks said t h a t 44 per rent of the budget is obtained through local taxes, with slate money f u r n - ishing 52 per cent. AH teachers Washington- (AP) -The C I 0 ' s Communications Workers Union today ordered a nationwide strike against the Roll Telephone system. Union leaders ordered pieket lines thrown up around Bell instal'attons all over the ciwniry, A spokesman said he experts .100,000 workers to be affected by the action. Steel Furnaces Cooled ing just jiggled for ments," he said. a few mo- Tackett Wife At Truman- M'MathTieup Little Rock -(IP)- Rep. Boyd Tackett (D-Ark) said today he .'.-ould officially open his campaign for governor at Arkadclphia in mid-May. The Nashville congressman added, however, that "everywhere I go, starting now, I am j r u n n i n g for governor." Tackett lashed out at what he called the Truman-.McMath tieup in an address before the Arkansas Dental Association, which closes its four-day convention here today. Tackclt berated the "three- C's--centralized government, corruption and Communism." He said he woul avoid personalities and confine his campaign to matters of public record. In regard to corruption, he said he was "ashamed of the activities within my own state." reported. The school system is operated under a set of written policies which look forward to the Chicago - (/P) - Sen. Robert A. future, .he said, and the people Ta^t. r 9f^..Ohiq scored'' an over- have /ully supppfted the school whelming- victory in yesterday's Illinois Republican primary election. In Suspect Wanted Here Escapes In Oklahoma Makes Escape While With Officers At Henryerta A Van Burcn man arrested in Oklahoma by Arkansas police who pursued him follov.-inTM the burglary of a Washington County liquor store escaped Monday afternoon; it has been revealed. J a c k McAllister, X, charged here with burglary and grand larceny in the robbing Saturday morning of Jack Holt's Trading Post l i q u o r store, escaped from two Oklahoma officers at Henry- have at leak an A.. B. degree, hei c l ( ; a i ok| a- Sheriff Bruce Crider Bell Manager Clyde Shih- Icy in Faycttoville said this afternoon he had no in- forma t ion concerning t he strike order reported from Washington. Dr. G. N. Wilson spoke on co- i operative projects Greenland the GOP presidential popularity contest, Talt snowed under his two major opponents-i Harold . F,. Stassen and Gen. · Dwipht D. Eisenhower -- dupli- ; eating his primary victories last j week in Nebraska and Wisconsin. 48 of the 50 delegates to the GOP national convention in July-which represents his greatest delegate victory in any primary to riate this year. There was a possibility that two delegates who favored candidacy of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower might win in downstate Illinois. The primary results are not binding upon the delegates. With more than two-thirds of the precincts counted today, Taft led Stassen 6 to 1, and Eisenhower 7 to 1. Eisenhower, who was not officially a candidate in the presidential preference primary, placed third in the GOP voting on the basis of a write-in campaign. Running without opposition as j the Democratic presidential candidate, Sen, Estes Kefauver of Tennessee piled up H hujie vote., There was a small total of write- j ins for Gov. A d l a i Stevenson of Illinois in the Democratic column. Airliner With 37 Aboard Crashes Tokyo - W) - Japanc.v sources I said a Japan airliner caivying 37 I .persons fell into the water 150! miles southwest of Tokyo today. Rescue reports were denied by ; the U.S. Navy. The Japanese Mar- ! itime Board reported all were picked up by the 'U. S. Minesweeper Heron or Firecrcst. The. Navy reported neither ship had | picked up anyone. .' The rescue vessel Titania ar- -- , , rived at the scene tonight but ma y hit parts of Texas, I^uisiana, i Norrcll ( D - A r k ) said today found no trace of the crash. " ' Three Americans were aboard the plane. The newly chartered Japan Airlines identified them as and told of securing graveled and 1 graded roads in the c o m m u n i t y through t h e cooperation o f t h e people of Ihe area and County Judge W i t t Carter. He said Sheriff Bruce Crider, whose hone is in Greenland, contributed $100 f o r this cause, and t h a t the city of i Greenland made a donation. Neighbors donated land for widening the roads," he said, "and neighbors gave." He *po ;e highly of the advantages from a w a t e r l i n e from Fayeltcvillc and said he hopes West Fork obtains w a t e r and cas through lines running from Fayetteville. Bob Williams, president of the School Board was interviewed by Johnson, and Mrs. Waller. Brooks spoke as a representative of the P. T. A. Harrcll H a l l , chairman said today. The escape was not disclosed u n t i l last night, and the sheriff's office here was not notified of the escape by Oklahoma police u n t i l , this morning. McAllister."' who" 'had pleaded evilly al Siilwclli Okla., to a charge of transporting liquor in a Andrew Montoya closes the cold blast valve, on n furnace tlove ns banking otfcratlnns bcgnn al t h e United Stales Steel Corporation plant in Chiciicn. Allliouch Ihe government took over the fteel In- lustry, p l a n t s were closed today. First Annual Fat Barrow Show To 63 Held At Sales Barn Friday With Sale To Follow The first annual fat barrnw | mals offered, which will average show and sale of the Ozark F e d - j 2as pounds, and business men will j i * M f rnething extra, with the cx- | trn 10 go to the boys and thn llvc- Future Farmers nt i be held Friday at the dry state, was taken to Oklahoma City Monday a f t e r n o o n for a lie eration of America wil Washington County Sales born, with the show of about 00 a n i m a l s scheduled for 10 a. m., and the sale In the afternoon starling at 2 the Fayetfeville Chamber of Commerce, with the sale supported by stock buyers to keep the animals for their basic bid. Jake Davis is In charge of providing thn basic bidderr,, and another committee fs headed by Lynn Smith. John I. Srtiltri Is'chililrmairof tne'Afrlnil- ***-WNii»-.Oi««.- tw Itri Is'chfc i Commit! ttetS'of the Chamber at Commerce, with I.. O. Graham. commercial establishments of the ,,w ci '- v - A caravan, under the suprr- dclcctor test by Adair County i v i s i n n n C l l n l Walden. will le,ivn Sheriff Bob Crittenden and Slate TM° '"""·Action of Church and Investigator Bill Thornc. He was ^ c n l c r slrrels at 1:15 p. m.. Friday i in be represented. Marshall questioned in the burglary of two ! fnr t h c s ' llcs b:m '- ·'""' "lijiness Truman Order In U.S. Court Union Members Chorg "Lockout" As Most Gates Remain Closed Pittsburgh, Fa.-WVThe major pan of the nation's steel industry slood idle loday dcr.pit?. seizure of Iho industry by thi United Statss government. Steeiworkers, xvuo .ailed nil a midnighi sirike t«;m- rd the situation a "lockout." Steel companies blasted President Truman's seizure order and two major firms. Republic and Voungsto-.'-n. went into Fi-dml Court, to fight the order. Their attorneys appeared befnr; Federal Dislrict Judge Waller M. Bistain late ibis morning to seek an in- j u n r t i n n . The American /lag was ordered flown over all steel plants today by Secretary ot Commerce Sav.-- ycr, appointed by the president to run the plants. Notices were posted that the plants ere now rovern- mcnt property. It remained to be seen whether the steel companies would corn- ply with . the presidential order- to go back Into production. Few had moved to re-open at neon today. The companies contend that, their rights under the fourth and f i f t h amendments of the Constitution--parts of the Bill of Bights --are being violated. The fourth amendment (;uar«n- tces against u n l a w f u l search and seizure. The f i f t h guarantees against citizens being deprived of' wopcrty without due process of. aw. .The "Big Six" steel, compjniej gave no signs of resuming operations, beyond admitting maintenance men this morning, Other steel firms said "orderly" resumption of operations, requiring re-heat-^ Ing of the big open.'hearth lur- nacw, will .Ufa some time. " ' Some smaller companies opened this .morning and moved to The federation is composed of resume f u l l production as «oon as vocational agriculture students j possible. But U. S. Steel said only from Washington, Benton and maintenance men have been call- Mndlson counties, with I I reboots I ed back to work. At plant after Heck I plant across the nation returning O k l a h o m a stores in which safes were broken open. En route back to S l i l w e l l , Sheriff Crittenden said, thc two o f f i I ccrs took McAllister's h a n d c u f f s | -- -' o f f to allow him to eat at a cafe. : r As the three l e f t thc cafe the | bdVS prisoner ran, and no trace of him ' had been found (his morning, j A d a i r County Judge Joe M. I Lynch wrote Sheriff Crirler this morning, saying McAllister was removed from the Adair County jail w i t h o u t the court'.- permission while awaitinn sentence on ! people arc invited to join j parade, Under plan;: worked out r n m m i t t e w . livestock men w i l l m a k e a f i r m basic bid on the n n i - by of | the liquor transposing charge To Be Benefited By New Roadway W h a t about property values alone the.new H i g h w a y 71 bv-pass through South Fayetteville? Have less., of the University will JiidRc the I workers found Ihe -ales closed t h o ^ o E s on a point basis, and J a d l i - 1 and were (timed away bt com. tics of t h n sales barn will be m i l - j pany guards.' ,,,...,_ , _ . _ . , _ _ , ncpuh|) y stcel (n C | evelan( j It was "not feasible" to operate until the situation clarified. Steclworkcrs arriving with their lunch pailp at the gates of the U. S. Steel nnd Jones and Laugh- lln plants here in the nation's steel capital were denied- admittance. Only a handful of maintenance men were permitted to en- Izcil. Lcwb Johnson heads a corn- civic clubs of the city. Hendrix Okays Teacher Program Conway, Ark-(/P)-Hendrix Col: the first institution of higher l e a r n i n g in Arkansas prove a proposed plan for ap- the new ter. Fayetteville, wound up the program, which was broadcast over j Radio Station K G R H . from is j a ' l w i t h - 1 me," Judge j THI OBSERVER The CAA station at Drake Field iported just before noon today that a "few scattered tornadoes" Says Big G.M. Plant In Slate Much Nearer Washington- (IP) -Representative Women Condemn Early Of Little Rock-(/P)-A resolution ! condemning the release of crim- i inals before the expiration of their ! terms has been adopted by t h e : Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs. i Several long-term convicts, in- i eluding killers, have been f u r - loughcd from tiary , , i ...... - .......... , ....... ........ n ln ^ , .,, · Oklahoma and Arkansas this af- i amortization certificate has been I ''"» ' tcrnoon, but t h a t an earlier threat approved but not yet signed for a TM" 'I ·of tornadoes in Texas and most of Oklahoma, has been eased. Earnest G. Stewart, pilot; Ray- ' Thc station said earlier today that mond G. Clevcnger.'co-pilot and navigator and a passenger, Capt. H. L. Keed of Johnson Air Force Base. . Sold For Scrap Montreal-(/P)-The Empress the tornado threat was widespread over the Southwest. President Truman went on the radio last night to tell the nation I the government was t a k i n g over of i the steel industry. He Rave ' t h e Australia--once the pride of Can- I facts" about the labor d i f f i c u l t y fie steamship fl · · ''-·--·-·-· -for scrap to a British steel corporation. Jda's Pacific steamship fleet--has'' Tonitrht Clarence B. Randall, ·een sold for scrap to a British I president of I n l a n d Steel will Poultry Market -- The poultrj market today as reported by the University of Arkansas Institute nf Science and Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of th« U. S. Department of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas market ·bout steady, demand fair to Rood; trading active at the :«-rent Jcvll, very- light outside of the price range listed. Offerings rontinued liberal at all points. Prices paid f. o. b. farm, sale.-; reported up to i p. mi, toda.v, broilers and fryera ill weights, 24 to 26 cents, mostly 25 speak on the radio ( i n p. m., CST over Fayettcville's Radio Station K G R H ) on "These Arc The Facts, Mr. President." Faycttevlllc's' Western Union office has been on an off and on basis recently. Yesterday when pickets from out of town appeared, Manager F. N. Stuekcy said thc office would close, but it reopened after about an hour and was open for business today. fabricating plant which General Motors proposes ta build at Jones Mill, Ark. "It is merely a question of clearing up some technicalities." he reported. The certificate is to be is- islcn on foot. A f t e r his arrest thc state penilen- ! l h l ' V f i n B '" rcn m;ln wa * '"""-'I months. One didn't j n v r r t n :^ ur County authorities. s f u r l o u g h expired. The Federation, at its 55th an- n u a l convention here yesterday, also resolved to urge the governor, the legislature and all public officials to curb waste and oxtrav- out "an order Lynch wrote. M c A l l i s t e r was arrested early Saturday morning near Stilwell by A r k a n s a s Trooper Leonard ·Jones of Siloam Springs and Hay Holmes of Springdale, Arkansas : 'f" 1 highway w i l l benefit the prop- revenue agent. Thc two officers, on ! erly," H a m m o n d said. "This is patrol near the O k l a h o m a border, i ''specially tiro if the property gavn chase to McAllister's car owners will lake lull a d v a n t a g e of when he f a i l e d lo heed their order ln1 '""·'·' highway and improve and lo stop. He was arrested a f t e r his h r : i l l l i fy l h r r land." speeding car was wrecked when a ! Al M "nd'i.v n i g h t ' s City Council t i r e blew out. The A r k a n s a s o f f i - ! m r r l i n K p r n p o i t y owners PX- ''. C P U n _!·- cers said a second ma-.-, escaped i m TM' ] f TM h r l i n f """""·'" "'"Jt " uo1 5 while t h e y were chasing McAl Unlike Republic, the IT. S. Steel | Corporation bellwether of the in- ,..,,».. dastry. gave no Indication that the The Hendrix Board of Trustees! cla - v re-'uming operations-was yesterday approved a draft of Ara m!lttcr "' policy. kansV p a r t ' i n the Ford Founds- ." Tr e action came to late lajt experiment. The p r o g r a m ' "'Rht, we haven't got organized was adopted Monday by a .16- j ' c t-" a U. S. Steel spokesman said, member state P l a n n i n E C o m m i t - 1 Hc sa ' ' resumption of opera- by construction of the new route? ! The hp.-id of the Fayetleville Board of Realtor.--, II. D. H a m - : ,:,,,,·- moiid, t h i n k s the n-w slrip nf ' p.-ivemcnt w i l l increase the value " f "it"'JoMM "hj"ml n 1!!n ii . ! t ( ' n - Tnjs 'cTM "' all Arkansas "mi- j tlon!1 woult f "' gradual proc??-It would he rm opinion t h a t ; , nROK stm mus , p u t l n c l r npprova| j the reverse of the gradual cooling : "n it. . | down of furnaces and furloughlRS Under the new p r o g r a m , °^ mcn ' n the few days ahead, 'of \ year's internship and four years 'hs s t r i k e deadline. i of college study would be requlr- i ed tn q u a l i f y a teacher. in thc i were ci cct. Property values i Little Rock Teachers To Talk Unionization agance in state government. . | Little Rock-//P)-Mr-mbers of the L i t t l e Rock Classroom Teachers Association are to meet w i t h a union o f f i c i a l Friday lo discuts ,.;,,,,,:,, ,, , , . , . , .. :,, i '"" "" ' "'-1 " l l ' n 'i-'«K'"u.-. : a f f i l i a t i n g w i t h the American Ferl- r rating plant at which it will cast pilgrimage veered off the h i g h - , eration of Labor The ,' n j, ,, a l u m i n u m parts for t a n k s d u r i n g ; way and overturned yesterday, j spokesman is I r v i n ' n K u e n / l i o the defense emergency. It could ; k i l l i n g IS and i n j u r i n g 25 near Chicago n a t i o n a l "orrolsnMroa" be used for automobile parts in Calcmacn, I I miles southeast of Hirer of the A m e r i c a n F-cl-rition peacetime. [here. i of Teachers. " ' ', Good Friday Services Scheduled At Church Good Friday services, sponsored $h ° W ' S I A vaudeville show, vor," scheduled for sued by the Defense Production Administration. j 15 Farmers Killed [ General Motors has proposed a I Vcra Cruz. Mexiro-W)-A truck ' 3.3 million dollar a l u m i n u m fab- ! loaded w i t h farmers on a religion n,nii . ?r?m I rom I t nr-ld In tne First j n c nf lr . p P T A v , i n h ,, h( , w n ( h f n d a y attrmooM , the u r i i a l tim?, 2:15 p. m.. tomor- lock. The mvocat,TM : ,-ow m thc rvhool a u d i t o r i u m . ^^^^^:^^ » ' "«' P-- ance. and r e a d i n g s of th" o v r n l " ' at C a l v a r y on t h a t Good Friday of K i v n by the Ilev. A n u m b e r of the arriving workers telephoned newspaper offices a ( iid radio stations for latest information in the tangled situation.. Thc workmen who were turned away congregated in small groups to m u l l over the "strike off, but ; no work" situation. "Bubbling They re-hashed .-igain the pres- tomorrow, ident's rpeech that blasted the in- nirht at Root Auditorium, h a s . dustry's position in the dispute been postponed, u n t i l Ap«l 17. nnr | some of them sane: because of the observance or Holy "We're just wild about Harry." ueek. it has been announced by j The m"n displayed every will- the \ \ a s h i n f l o n School P a r e n t - . mgness to "work for thc govern- I earhoi-3 Arsociatmn, sponsors of rnenf and appeared perturbed at Ihe production. Because of t h e the closed sates, postponement, . t h e regular m e c t - l "This looks like n lock-out to me," said fine. "I'm soini? to sec the union Grievance Commutes about thij." Naval Reserve Radio Station Can Operate In Emergency nl p 0 ,.j, 0 ,. nriir ;ij ,. h _. In The Family." There w i l l a!?o [,r. three musical n u m h o r s by p u p i l s nf the rchonl, includui,-; r n ncrnrdton solo h v . Dorothv M e i l f t m , th" Ji nior Choir Eisenhower Believed Returning To U.S. Soon With j Union the New Heat-Inn Denied New York-W)-Thc U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied petitions by condemned Mom spies Julius and Eth»l Rosenberg strike of Western ,-cs holding operations of the telegraph company almost al a standstill, and a tie-up of telephone facilities looming, raycttevlllo may soon f a l l hack for thc first time on thc Naval Re- servo radio station. The Naval Reserve--Organized F.Icctronics Company 8-0--is authorized to assign men to active duty, and h a n d l o omorgon for « new he«rln| on peals. their ap- (such i from , sages during an emergei a complcto telephone and telegraph facilities. So, w h i l e n o r m a l communications may he out, Fayetteville will not be cut off completely from the rest of Ihe country. The naval u n i t , located on the top floor of the Kason Building, can contact ,, ,, other Naval Reserve or Navy sta- I and national message by the same route. Under the Navy's emergency , c o m m u n i c a t i o n p l a n , rcserviftr. ( ran he called in w i t h t h e i r radio c equipment to meet a wide variety | "I emergencies, r a n g i n g from t o r - 1 nadoes and floods to Ice jtorms Thc R e t a i l M c r r h a n t s C o m m i t tee of the F a y e t l e v i l l e Chamb.-r of Commerce has endorsed, the service, and member b'lsinef^:; will cloi.e from ! in 2 p. m., Friday. ' An F.xTiilivo Board meeting n 'the P.T.A., w i l l h? held d u r i n emergencies. Both i and portable receivers are lions In principal cities and c a n j f i x r d equipment work through a m a t e u r radio oper- j transmitters and alors In other localities. ' a v a i l a b l e Rut when Ihe Navy says "omer- M. Peter Estes, commanding of. ; gency messages." it mean. Just fleer of the comnanv sVll 1 h ! l l Q h r t l l l r l n t K n i . A*.m M I i n I - .. t i. _ ! . . / . - _ . . . . . . - " . ' . ^.".'. Part Rullfirri Limn. Perii-f/iVPo-iu'K ' "··"· HI-MI} nn-.-,srtui;s, u means just i fleer of the cnmnanv snld t h u I i-imn. rcni-i/o-rciii . emergency mes- t h a t . Should other communication afjornoon t h a t the omVrgoncv com" ««« reportedly r a l i f l c d ^ncv co^lS g ' s l ( ¥ m « S " n U l l , i ' " u " r t ' F l r k ' l h l i " " l n ( r i " l n n Pl»n can bo "cii^lH South A m e r i c a n rountrV., breikdiJn o rZL,TM v" n , r ' ", m " f \"** w ; hpn i ""/TMrrt from city o f f i c i a l s , county l u « l a w i M a m c part with o breakdown of I necessary. You can get a return officials or utility heads. United States la... nich'.. Co n the m u - thc · i n l p r m i s - ' i n n . 2:.in lo S:4.i p. m., I in Mrs. \V;ihhurn's room. I Small Arms Production In Germany Approved Wiesbadrn, Germany - i/Pi - The Allied Mich Commission has au- thorised German companies tn produce 65,000 small-caliber rifles and ft,000 small-caliber upbrt pistols, a spokesman of Iho German Marksmon'i Ix-agiu disclosed to. j day. | Washington - (/Pi - All slims pointed today toward confirma- ' ; lion of a report that Gen. Dwight ! D. Eisenhower Is coming home ! soon to campaign for the Republi- ' can presidential nomination. One strong indication was lack of denial from any quarter that he hns mailed a letter asking to b« relieved ns commander of North Atlantic T r e n t y Organliation forces. r.rklni Mfttn Vote* Benton. Ark.-MVBontm voU-s yesterday approved Instillation of parkins meters in I special election. The vol* wu S7S (or; 1J( .

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