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Hope, Arkansas
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'«•., Vi spends be filne billiort do the construction ah schools. CLOSE our Alfc SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR K. 7.2809 CLASSIFIED Ad* Most Be In Office Day Before Publlcfttftt WANT AD RATES .All Want'Ad« ttt pByobtt (n «l»Qnj* M od» wnr be. accepted ov« the tetephdrtd ahd octonwdo- tien:«jtcbimtt allowed wlttt fhe im* derrtondinsj fhe occbunt It payable when-jfatement t»* rendered. ' •lumber • )f Word* Ip to 15 e fa 20 1 to 25 6 to 3d I to 35 6 tt> 40 1 to 45 46 to 50 drie, .60 .75 ..90 i.OS 1.20 1.35 t.SO Thres Dayi .90 1.20 1.50 . 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Oft* Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 Highway C7 Wot LUCK'S T ,^ FURNITURICO. £ /• Mft* of City Limit* We*l W*tef g«rfel* for Afk. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY YOU NEED LUMBER? 6lm*n*lon, Siding, 848, flooring, 10"-12" Rough boxing. C. §. WADDLE LBR. CO. , ' ', Phbne* 0 74&Q br* 7*4974 I WESTERN SHARES '«jf Olv*r*MI*d Income Fund Pr*<»tetu* tvtllabl* from -t h- M.S. BATES Phon. 7-MM ^ ;._- -75c per Inch 3 times 60c per inch 0 time » SOc per inch" Rate* quoted obove ore for eon- tecufive Insertions. Irregular or sklD- dote ads will take fhe one-day rote^ All dolly classified advertising copy will be acrepted: unfil 5 p. m. for, publication fhe following day. The publisher! reserve fhe right to rtvlse er edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject ony objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letter*. Croups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word The Hope Star, will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention °"*r FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Announcement 'fhe Star is fctithbffeed to afr bounce that the foUowlfi* are candidates for public office subject td the action 6f thl Democratic urlmary electlbn*: fat M*ydr> „ p. L. REf 710 H..M.-(OLIE) OLSQSf TALBOT FEILD, JR. ARKANSAS Michigan and Wake Forest in seballLead Real Estate for Safe For Rent BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom home and garage. Newly painted, one block of Brookwood School. Small down payment, move in 710 East 6th. St. NEAR High School at 509 Peach Street. Two bedroom and gardge. Beautiful Yard. Buy owners equity, Move in. See this today JIM COLE REAL ESTATE 7-6t OMAMA (#)- Western Michigan and Wake Forest, with two victo- '•ies and no defeats to their cred- t, today moved into the role of avoriles in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's world series of baseball. Western Michigan, taking a 5-4 hair-raising victory from favored Oklahoma A. and M., last night and Wake Forest, 10-0 winner ovei Colorado Stale, meet tonight at 3 in the double elimination tourna ment. Colgate (1-1), 6-4 winner over Monday, Jucie T3, 1935 1 Rourke studied the -big redhead!Shayne. "But if we don't turn fiffl^r "|TJ».».* Hr**r. T _. t_,_ I ' : . L - VW1JI something up, going straight to Will Gentry with the whole story." "All right. I'll go with you." (To Se Continued) WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate FRANKUN COMPANY June 13- IMo. Wanted FURNISHED Apartment 3 rooms. Private bath, also bedroom with .private bath. 1002 3rd., Phone 73184, 8 . Gt WHITE Lady to live in home and care for elderly couple. Call 7-3323 or 7-2633. 13-3t fEE-T-MltE - t, , - • Twrtnito Control Service .". Frjjtf IrtipecHort Owned 4 Operated by ' *»• <«> rl~ *, \, . . ,'. GRIGG . Service policy •109 SouHi Main St. .,__ 7-3445 or 7-2772 if #* •»* 4, „ ' j - . UNFURNISHED 4 room house. Hardwood floors, garage. Phone ,^'4426. io-6t SMALL furnished housn. 112 West Cth Street. Couple preferred. :o-st THREE large,.furnished moms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street. ;o-tf •BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED ,^ i For Free Inspection call . Mlddleprooks Jr. s 7-2822 or 7-3791 NICE 4 room furnished apartment. Also Garage. Phone 7-3497. . 13-6t For Soft) The Negro Community By Helen Turntf Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Horn* Southern California) yesterday, meets Oklahoma A. and M. (i-i> at 2 p. m., and Arizona (1-1, 6-0 winner over Springfield College,) plays Colorado State (1-1) at 6 P. m. USC and Springfield were eliminated yesterday. Western Michigan wrote a biz- zare finish to yesterday's four- game schedule that had seen Arizona's Carl Thomas tie an NCAA strikeout record of 15 for Ihe top series performance. . Behind 4-2 going into the bottom of the ninlh, Western Michigan got its first two batters on via walks. Then came the weird ending as Bill Lajoie allempted to sacrifice. He bunted to third baseman Jim Woolard, who threw past first Eightfieldcr Mel Wright fielded the ball and threw home—the ball hitting Bronco coach Richard Erickson on the head. .The Aggies, failing to call time, rushed toward the fallen coach, and the three base runners scampered home. Erickson was stunned only a moment. • Thomas, who struck out '13 Oklahoma Aggie batters last year while losing a 14-inning game, 5-4, alertly. "First time I ever knew you to toss in a hand before the showdown." "First time you ever saw me holding such a lousy hand. Let's ;o see Gentry." "I'm ashamed of you, Michael hayne," exclaimed Lucy with rec flags showing in tear-stained cheeks. "Tim's perfectly right. A hundred things might happen." "What, for instance" demanded Shayne harshly. "Lucy's right." Rourke surged to his feet. "We've still got 50 minutes. And something may happen to upset whatever plans he had made for the Allerdice woman. I'm going to phone in and see it there's any dope." Shayne lit a cigaret and leaned sack moodily while Rourke called his paper. He said "Hi, Ed Any Qklahoman Wins Boys Tenrts Title FAYETTEVILLE, UP) — Second seeded Billy Buckley of Oklahoma City shipped top-seeded Don Brewington of Shawnee, Okla.. 6-3, 6-0 in the boy's division singles finals of the Arkansas Boys' tennis tournament here Sal- uray. Buckley and Brewington tool the boy's doubles championshi \ilh a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Nici news yet on the driver of the car that went off the Causeway" He listened a moment, and Shayne knew by his expression that there was no good news .Then the reporter stiffened abruptly and exjelaimed,' 'Wthat- Say that again, Ed." He listened intenlly, his brow furrowed, thin face hardening perceptibly. He nodded after a long interval of silence, said emphatically, "I'm interested, Ed. In anything that comes up on any of this. I'll be at the same phone or you can get a message to .me from here." He quietly replaced the receiver and looked down at it for a moment, then turned with a soberly preoccupied expression to announce, "You didn't stay there NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn Chicago >few York Milwaukee Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Pet. GB 43 13 .768 33 24 .579 10'i 29 27 .518 14 28 27 .509 14': 23 30 .434 18>< 22 3p .423 19 21 29 .420 19 18 37 .327 24'; , Hdlm of Kans.as City. Mo., .anc Alex Sheshunoff of Magnolia, Ark Billy Stout of Shawnee defeats Freer Serrett of Little Rock 6-3. 0-4 for the junior division single title. Serrelt teamed with Lynn Fry of Topeka, Kan., to win the junior doubles championship by beating Joe Zareter of Fayette'- Ville and Bill Skillern of Albuquerque, N. M., 7-5, 6-3. Series strikeout mark set by Frank Quinn of Yale University in 1948. Lefty Lowell Davis struck out 10 as he pitched four-hit ball and his Wake Forest team to victory Funeral services for James OVer Colorado State. Wake Forest Hamilton will be held Tuesday, Mcored. four run's in the first in- tame back this year to tie the long enough, Mike. Should have series SU'lkPnnt -rrtnt*lr c*/i+ u-./ l?» n »t r ... n .'t n .3 '—*M 11 _ , .. . Yesterday's Results Chicago 9-2, Brooklyn 5-6 • New York 8-5, St. Louis 3-6 (second game' 13 • innings) Philadelphia 12, Cincinnati 8 (second game postponed, rain) Pittsburgh 5-5, Milwaukee 3-6 Today's Game's Milwaukee at Cincinnati (n) Only game scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE waited 'until they opened the luggage compartment of the gray " sedan. Shayne asked just as quietly "Why, Tim" "Because there was a woman locked in there. Tied up with New York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore W L Pet. GB 38 20 .655 32 19 .627 2'i, 33 22 .600 3i/> 30 24 .556 6 " 25 31 .446 12 22 32 .407 14 22 34 .393 15 18 38 .321 19 June 14, at New Light CME Church nin ,6 °" three hits, two walks and ropes. Dead of c'ourse when m P v in Nashville at 2:30 p. m, » hit batsman to give Davis a took her" out. The brief descrin ™- 0 ~~. : C "^1 0 1 to > vork on - t ion coincides with the one I saw ...T h ^ Sen ! or <£ oir . of L 0 " 0 ^ 6 Ba P-LT!!L f0 K, r , th . ? ame yeste-rdax was in the tourist cabin, Mike. !^?', <3 f a .Y. e !. t°Psoll, fill dirt A. L. Park. May ,15-1 Mo TWO BEDROOM: home 1% bloc from Brookwood .School at 81 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf TWO FRAME homes, with acre o?»Vr Close " in> low down Payment SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Ph. I orip 7.37flfl i\/r«.. in t "n*-- one 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo CABIN on Little River.. Phone 7 3506. 8-6 • Experienced • Mechanics New & Used PARTS A SPECIAL! SAVE or Gol. 26.9 If « 29.9 smiE it & Salvage Co. &A* _ *k. • _ ^ Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner- •prlng work- Cobb Mattrejg Co. 810 South Wublngton. Phone 7-2U2I. MOVING? Long Distance Moving All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf HOUSE moving, reasonable rates Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone . n e ist Church will rehearse Tuesday Forked by a five run outburst by they found a motel' key in iifr^f Ti, nn 1/1 ~* n.nn ICnlffa+n nx/n*« TTOo ;« +1,- ii_i..j •_ . .. j*«wfc*-i /\cjr jn night, June 14, at 7:30. over USC in the third in- pocket." Although Colgate got only Senior and junior choir will re- two tnird inn ing hits, GuyiMartin, hearse Tuesday night, June 14, at f ocked a 345 .-foot triple with the "Mrs. Allerdice!" Yesterday's Results Cleveland 10-7, New York 2-3 Chicago 1-8, Washington 0-4 Baltimore 7-0,. Kansas City 2-3 Boston at Detroit, postponed rain SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Petition for Continued from Page One ment which is a part of the control and -management of county property for the use of the county does not extend to making a contract in the name of the county with an individual a partnership, corparation, municipality or other political entity by the terms of which the county engages in business for profit. And since Ihere is no authority for making such a contract it follows that there is no authority to use the county road equipment in carrying out such a contract." That notwithstanding the decree of this court, the said U. G. Garrett as such County Judge of Hempstead County, Arkansas, has failed, refused and neglected, and still refuses and neglects to carry out the decree and restraining order of this court in that he has continued an violation of said decree and said restraining order and is now contracting with various individuals, firms and corporations to do and perform work for hire, using the county equipment, in utter disre- Legion Plays FoukeTeam Tonight at 8 * Hope Legion baseball team will play the Fouke Hornets tonight at 3 o'clock at Fair park. The Hornets have won their last two games by wide margins. Their ace hurlcr. Red Clark, will be on the mound. Thursday night the Nashville Cubs will come' lo Hope for a return match. In the last meeting of the two teams the Hope boys woru, in the llth. inning. ** Chattanooga Memphis Atlanta Birmingham 7:30. bases loaded. Senior choir of BeeBee Memorial OWE Church will rehearse Thursday night, June 16, at 7:30. Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Church will rehearse Tuesday night, June 14, at 7:30. Top Racng Horses May Be Matched INGLE WOOD,. Calif, -iff Shayne. "He had her tied up in the trunk while he 'tried to collec the money instead of hiding her put as a hostage until'Me did get "That's what it sounds like. He [must have been awfully sure you follow instructions. No. 427 meet Tuesday night, June 14, at I against' he regular, meeting place. Asking "" members to be present at 8 Boyle The two, America's Nashua I Belmont nine up in the trunk of a car off into without a Mobile Little Rock W L Pet. GB 38 27 .585 33 26 .559 2 26 29 .5,54 2 34 28 .548 2\> 2 32 27 .542 3 .30 31 .492 6 26 33 .441 9 18 40 .281 19", P redthe Continued from Page One vorld. The bigger cemetery is the ewer one. More than half a cen- Swaps more death tonight chalked *"9.BOO against Michael Shayne. If tried to ' be sma ^ and up Yesterday's Results Atlanta 5, Nashville 4 (10 innings) Birmingham 7, Chattanooga 3 (10 innings) New Orleans 1-8, Little Rock 3-6 (2nd game 8 innings) Mobile 6-2, Memphis 1-3 Today's Games Chattanooga at Birmingham Mobile at Memphis Nashville at Atlanta New Orleans at Little Rock COTTON STATES LEAGUE El Dorado tw ° 842-K11, SERVICES OFFERED .... RALPH Montgomery Market! custom slaughtering. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Funeral Directors 7 dXV8 A WEEK OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur ance'. , . Ambulance. 2nd & Ha zel . . . Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo HERNDON-CORNEUUS FuneTI Home and Burial Association Prompt Ambulance Service Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. jHopeStor Awnings Canvas Awnings .and metal awn Ings. Manufacture Venetian sands. Renovating old blindd Rug Cleaning. • • • COOPER-BLANKENSHIP ..,„Formerly Rijey Cooper 1815 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1811 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. ury ago the Army post was —.,., . ,, U1IC ; u !" ned ' mio a national hospital for May 23-lMo . lubercular members of the Amer' ican Merchant Marine. It seems, apart from the benefit of climate, an odd place to cure sailors homesick .for seas far ;e. See us be- away. But the vista of bending Junel3-l Mo. Brass on rolling hills reaching to distant mountains gives one the feeling of being aboard a ship straining toward a high shore. Many of the 951 mariners buried here must have thought of this before they died an inland death. Most of the graves have lost the identity of a name and carry only the tag of a numbered stone. Nobody cared t : o index them but the government. A few graves have rude, weathered wooden crosses adorned with a faded hand-carved anchor. Many of those with names bear, Scandinavian names. In a separate corner, lined u brever. rest four sailors from th mprisoned crew of the Germa raider Graf Spee, scuttled of South America early in the seconc World War. triple crow. on ch..l thn ,.;„., ^,-,,, . . ' man, she'd.still be alive. Monroe But it wasn't your fault, M to his dc 23-1 Mo Notice JESS Morris for custom slaughter- Ing arid processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. June S-l Mo. WE have purchasers for Homes— Business property: and Fatms If you want to sell or rent any of these propertys list with. ! FRANKLIN COMPANY ___ • .'•'..;•••• June l3-3t over Na hua in Kentucky Derby the only ti£ they met y tllne Swaps' owner, ex-cowpoke C. Ellsworth, yesterday ^isc that negotiations are actually under way for a match race with Nashua, with Hollywood Park the scene and the date left fm to ° thing about everything 's happened tonight. Poor old dumb 'Mike Shayne! He's not to blame. In his own blundering way he done his best." The self contempt in his voice was wither ing. "In the meantime, people are dying right and left ... all be- ip for you in the Business For Leose ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priceij. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Does any fraulein still wonde what happened to Herman Neu loff, born Aug. 8, 1910; or Otto Zeitsch, born April 1, 19lp? Well lere they tarry, eternal class mates, under the Iron Cross and urgeoning cactus plants. The older cemetery is the mailer one, It must have been tarted shortly after the fort was stablished in 1855. Here are buried a number of cavalrymen who rode to death to make the frontier safe. But time has destroyed most of their headstones. Who knows what man Jies below, and how he died, and why? Their true monument: The grea wide West itself. , Hospitably interred with them are a few civilian pioneers. There is also a small, boy's size grave lovingly outlined with pebbles, am bearing a headstone that says simply: "Charles." The grave is sunken, but flowers still bloorn upon it. Somebody remembers Charles. As I walked toward the gate a dove whirred up with a soft- feathered thunder. I saw two small eggs in the nest she had made in The two would race here nt J LUCy ?f an f d baCk and began to "• and one quarter 'at i!W Y eep sllentl y' tears cascading imrtr.,. n««u.. ...... 1£0 |down her cheeks in twin streams. Shayne glared at her for a moment, then said brusquely, "All right. Recriminations aren't any [.good now." To Rourke, he said, "So, where does that leave us" "We don't have to worry about la one o'clock deadline any more." ; Shayne got up to pace heavily "They'll go to' the motel and discover she and I are registered as LITTLE ROCK W) _ ArkansaJ Mr> 3nd MrS> Smith of Home - f>hnnl ^;^J,..-_4_ ... -n'ttcirisaS I QtpoH " Pounds, under Derby_conditions NAACPWarns School Dists. in Arkansas Hot Springs Greenville Pine Bluff Vicksburg W L Pet. GB 26 18 .591 26 IS .591 24 20 .554 2 gard and disobedience of this court's said decree and restraining order; that the said U. G. Garrett as County Judge, is continuing-his operations in the same manner, doing and performing work and labor and by the same terms as befor this decree and restraining order Jn utter violation thereof. That ' m further violation of thi court's decree and restraining or der, he, the said U. G. Garrett a County Judge of Hempstead Coun y, Arkansas, has entered into a fictitious, evasive and fraudulen contract in an attempt to circum vent the decree and restraining or der.of this court with one Arthur Anderson his secretary, to rent and ease this expensive and intricate •oad machinery to the said Arthur Anderson, for the shocking ridiculous and inadequate rental of $1 00 per year. That bond nor other safeguard has been provided for and that this contract is fraudalent and is a sub- trafuge and is solely an unlawful attempt to circumvent and nullify the said decree and restraining order this court heretofore made, and is therefore a fraud upon this court and is void. WHEREFORE, the plaintiffs, J 99 91 =,o ~ Luck anc! Tom D "ckett, as tax- 99 % "^ ?'''=!£??!" °f Hempstead County, Ar- 22 22 .500 4 12 33 .267 14 Lehman Wins Sales Contest for Maytag The Maytag Company has an- lounced that Ralph Lehman of Le-p .man Auto & Home Supply in Hope as been named a winner in their ccent 3 month sales contest just oncluded. Mr. Lehman was one of the Hop 35 salesmen in Western Arkansas during March, April, and May. Winners were judged on the basis of the quantity of Maytag appliances sold during that period. Mr. Lehman will leave for the Maytag factories along with thot, other 34 winners on a charterer* bus from-Little Rock on Sunday, June 12th. A similiar bus load from Eastern 'Arkansas will be taking the trip at the same time. While at the Maytag factories, a full schedule of events has been planned. This will include a guided tour of Maytag's Automatic and Conventional Washer plants and the famous Maytag Dairy Farm and Blue Cheese plant. A sales training course and instruction 01$ Maytag Ranges, Freezers, and Dryers will also be included. The group will have their first opportunity to preview a new line of 20* inch and 36 inch Maytag Gas ranges soon to be introduced on tha market. The schedule of activities will bo climaxed with a banquet at the Newton Country Club on Tuesday, June 14th. Mr. Fred Maytag II will preside at this banquet, assisted byj I Maytag's General Sales Manager. Mr. C. G. Ely. This trip will mark the first tima in history that such a large group of Maytag Dealers and Salesmen from Arkansas has visited the Maytag Factories. Special recognition by the Company's Executives is being planned for the occasion. school districts were the Arkansas Conference of the N i Lu" H ° vv>H they know Jt was tional Association for the Advance"P" 18 ^ ar ' there>s nothine at a11 * rtient of Colored P eop i e Saturday c ° nn * C ? ? ou with the S ra X s* to announce' plans for racial tote or WIth he *" grahon by September or face aw- L " The y'" Se t my license num Yesterday's Results Greenville 6, Monroe 2 Hot Springs 11, El Dorado 0 Pine Bluff 14, Vicksburg 3 Today's Games El Dorado at Monroe .Greenville at Vicksburg Pine Bluff at Hot Springs AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 9-1, St. Paul 3.3 Toledo 4, Denver 2 (second game postponed) Omaha 7-0, Charleston 1-2 Minneapolis 6-1, Indianapolis 5-4 Houston 6-4, Dallas 0-5 San Antonio 4-11, Fort Worth 0-14 Tulsa 4, Shreveport 3 Beaumont 5, Oklahoma Cith 4 10 innings) WESTERN LEAGUE suits. her.' «« t MA «,-,„- Co mmittee of the But that won>t be before to State NAACP meeting for the first morrow morning, Mike." Rourke' lme since the May 31 U. S Su- VOIce was harsh wl th urgency jir<*mf» *VIMI»+ r.« . .. ^ i *<Vmit.,_ £• j.t. i. *• i - .. ...** * , segregation ruling " Yo "'ve got that much time." for immediate integration " For what" a four point program " For ^nding out what cooks den P Ht o designed to speed the r e process. For solving three murders" Mn Sta ' ement> issued a «- "Three" Shayne stopped to re- i°',?M m v, ee . ting '. stated that U ar d him oddly. "I can only think ' HclpWontad rAiraiD AT ONCE-Rawleigh Dealer in S. Hempstead Co. or Hope. See Sales Manager, PO Box • 2467, DeSoto Station, Meni- his, Tenn, today or write Raw- Jeigh's, Dept. AKP-641-F, Mem-j tho dry parched grass, and knew j>Ws, Ml OPW AIR-CONPITIONM 13-U that as soon as I was gone she 'would return to that nest, and that out of this old hon\e of death new life W9uld hatch and fly. A cemetery is a pleasant place —if you aren't in e hurry. ,M v, wUd be to schoolP f two 'hat need solving," ltni n J—.1.. I ''That'^'o *Krt r*f>.1 ...1 . . - ' immediate inte- boards would There's the girl who was stran- Jack, Bristow. And now Mrs. be sou e ht w «h against school districts Sha y" e shook his head 1 of « s ^ know who I did that with my » *lrU.' U * w*,..wwj. V4*Otl4i;iS|-*»*»**Vl . in ^it re /- USC J? " act in good fait h " Th ^'s absolutely nuts She was m Jmt.atmg the integration proc- mixed up in this to her teeth eS P' , ' , The Supreme Couvt ruling left integration to individual school dis- :r»cts under supervision of federal courts. The Black Sea may have been so wiled because its waters appear black heavy winter fpgs. • iM°WUin lions lisa are known as mmas, cougars, peters, panthers and cateamounts. be she killed the girl . , Bristow. You simply .don't know " * to ° W arftKin "Then-lets start finding out." Timothy Rourk« got to his feet fast. '^Remember me telling y ou that the name Allerdice seemed to strike a chord The Colorado Springs 3-1, Lincoln 0-0 Sioux City 3-1, Pueblo 1-7 Wichita 4-, Des Moines 1 DeaihToinn French Racing Disaster 79 LE MANS, France (UP) _ The death toll in Le Man's 24-hour endurance race climbed to 79 today but officials pledged the annual speed classic will be held ? ^ext year "as usual." Authorities said they feared the inal toll of the bloodiest catastrophe of racing car history -might reach 90. At least 105 persons were njured, and 76 still were in hospitals. The victims were killed when a German Mercedes-Benz ricochet- d at 180 miles an hour from anoth- r speeding car and plunged- into >acked .spectators, exploding liKe high velocity shell. Pope Pius XII sent a special Apostolic blessing today to the victims of the accident, which took the aspect of a national ca- kansas, and plaintiffs in the above styled cause pray that the defendant U. G. Garrett, as County Judge of Hempstead County, Ark., be toy this court cited and punished for contempt, and for other proper relief. DENMAN &. DENMAN ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFFS Integration in L, R. Two Years Away * LITTLE ROCK (/P) —Despite a varning of possible court action iy the Arkansas Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, ra- ial integration in Arkansas' capi- al city apparently will not take lace for at least two years. School Supt. Virgil T. Blossom las said that integration in Little lock's public schools will begin n the high school level when ant* ther high school for the city is ompleted, probably in 1957. The state NAACP has threatened to file lawsuits against school districts which do not "act in good faith in initiating the integration process" or fail to announce integration plans by next September Jacksonville to Hofd Test Alert LITTLE ROCK (m Nearby Jacksonville, site of -the new Little Rook Air Force Base, plans lo iold a civil defense test evacua- Between 4,000 and 5.000 persons are expected to clear the ares* within an hour, providing their** own transportation. The alert is scheduled for 6:30 p. m. 4, ion Wednesday. ors the annual "Prix d'Endur- nce" (prize of endurance) said here would be no halt to the an- ual affair. But there were strong ndications there would be more afety precautions in the future. The main complaint was that 'they're making the cars too fast lese days." An ordinary stock car ersion of the silver-grey Merce- es death car is capable of speeds n excess of 160 miles an hour. The Mercedes, driven by 50-year- d French driver Pierre Levegh, •ashed into Lance Macklin's Austin-Healey on the straightaway o f htejagged oval track, bounced high in the air and exploded, raining shrapnel onto the crowd of 250,000. WANTED TO BUY • USED GUNS • GAS HEATERS REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE and PAWN SHOP • fxpert Repair Service—All Types • Home and Industrial Wiring • Installation—Fixtures & Outlets • 24-Hour Service—Call any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CO. 114$. Elm Phone 7-2629 tastrophe. . The gruelling endurance rare gether with the sum ol > name to u with something I've rea<| in paper vecwitlyi l^et'i 0 «iown was won by an ashen-faced Briton. Mike Hawthorn, who had asked that it. be halted. He and Ivor Bueb, alternating al the wheel of a Jaguar, were victorious, but Hawthorn said, he was sorry he won. It wg» the most tragic rare? of <wy IJ^," Hawthorn said Wday. 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