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To City Subseriberij H you fail ta gst ydur Star pledse telephone 7'3431 by 6:30 p. hi. dHd 8 Special Zdftt&f will delivep youf paper-, ttftife For . • ',«>-' Wfi • •, i, jy'<•% ^.^ff RtfMlfff '">4,v_4 ,.,/«?*-, Sefi €ettmm at BeHarn sf This Paga 59TH YEAR: VQU & — NO. 304 l<a e««M& 1 f$ II, W» HOPE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 19SS School Leaders Stymied in Fight lor Segregation By THE ASSoeiAtSb School segregation leaders, sty' mied by federal court orders ill Virginia and Arkansas, appealed to individuals today for support in Operating private all ' white schools. _ One thing Is clear; Any private vhool system will have to be opera led without any kind of state •support. Nol so clear is whether the federal government will help rebuild schools as the bomb-ravaged high schol /'in racially troubled Clinton. Term. Virginia's plan for operating private white schools with public teachers was tossed out the win' ••dow Wednesday by Federal Judge t ihn Paul in HaiTlsotiburg. Ho id the practice violates the U. S. Supreme Court's integration ruling 1 . Paul declined to rule a'n'NAACP request to reopen Warren County High School and two Charlottesville schools because the state law Which closed them is being tested in the Virginia Supreme Court. After hearing- the court order on publicly, paid teachers, Att.v. John S Battle Jr. of Charlottcs- « illc indicated he would seek loney from private sources to pay teachers find thus remove them from the court's prohibition, He said the money probaMy could be raised by tuition charges. "This is our only chance," he said. Gov. Orval'E. Faubus of Arkansas said he would start a nationwide appeal for c6n.;ribulions to help operate 'private, segregated schools. A federal judge has ruled in Arkansas that private classes <9 ' Continued on Page Eight Me*t>*f: the AH6tist«j PKH & Audit Bureau »t A». N»? Paid eittl. » met, wdmo J;pl. 36. 1»SI 16 Polio Coses in Stole This Year LITTLE ftocK (APi - pblio cases have beeil reported in Arkansas this year, including a hew case of paralytic type Jfl Craighead County last Week, fif, A M. Washburtt of the statd Health Department said the Craighead patient had not received polio innoculalions. Baptists to Talk Over Private School LITTLE ROCK (AP)—The president of Ouachita Baptist College Said today the A r k a d e I p hin school's Board of Trustees would be called into emergency session soon to consider establishment of a high schcol academy, at Little Rock. "Ouachita has been studying for press" f or 'all extended or perm a S, to Press tor Continuation ot Cease-tire By JOHN M WASHINGTON (AP) — Th6 United States will press Red Chi* na in diplomatic talks at Warsaw Friday to extend its scVen-day QUehioy cease-fire, A State 'Department spokesman desdrlbed this today as a purpose of the "Warsaw talks. The announced Red cease-fire is scheduled to end Sunday. Press Officer Lincoln White told o State Department news conference that "we have no information" to the effect that the Reds intend to prolong the suspension of hostilities. He was asked whether the United States is doing anything 'to One Arrest Liquor Still Is Seited borscy fiiti-ng, aged 41, a resident of Lewisvlllc Jtt. 1, was ar* rested yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Jack Ariietl nnd Bob Husler nhd Federal agents' on charges of manufacturing moo'hshlne liquor, Officers seized a 50 gallon capacity still and 100 gallons'bf mash. Weather Experiment Station report for 24-hburs ending at 7 a. m. Thursday, High 83, Low 67; no precipita- Stion; Total 1958 prccipita'Uon ^through September, 46,17 inches; during the same period a year ago, -53/80 inches. A .R K A N S A S — Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and a few thunderstorms northwest this afternoon and east and south portions tonight. Colder lo- nig'ht with lowest 45 extreme northwest to 65 . southeast portions, Friday partly cloudy and rather cold with highest 62 to 72 some lime the possibility of a high school in Little Rock." said Dr. Ralph Phclps. "Recently we have had many requests from members of our denomination in Little Rock to help them with education for their children during the present situation." Phelps said a number of churches have made informal offers of their facilities. Students of both races here have been shut out' of public hjgh schools by Gov, Orval E. Faubus, who closed the schools against racial integration. A private corporation is preparing to open segregated white schools but 'no definite starting date has been announced. Last night, the board of deacons of Little Rock's First Baptist church voted to make the church's educational facilities available to Ouachita. Contact e.d at Arkadclphia, Phelps said he had received no official word of the church's action. "However," he added, "I km calling a meeting of the board members within the next three or four. •days" to consider setting up a high school. First Baptist Church has two. buildings which could be used for educational purposes. The Second Baptist (Church) Interim Preparatory 'School will open high school classes Monday (for church children. The Rev, Dale Cowling, pastor, said classes would be held from 8; 30 a.m. tb 5 p m. five days a week in the church's Educational Building until the public schools reopen, Ho said the school would be nent truce in the Formosa Strait region. He said a cease-fire, had been and continues to bo the purpose of the Warsaw talks nnd added "of course we are pressing and have been pressing from the out- Asked whether this meant specifically that the United States would be exerting pressure when •U.S. Ambassador Jacob Beam meets with Red Chinese envoy Wang Ping-nan at Warsaw Friday. White spid; "Of course we'll be pressing (for a cease-fire QX'- tension) tomorrow — that's our whole purpose." Arkansas Regional Forecast + By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TNORTiHWlEST ARKANSAS — Considerable cloudiness with scal- tcrcd shosvers and a few thunderstorms this afternoon and tonight; Friday partly cloudy and cool, Saturday partly cloudy and cool, High tills afternooij n^ar 80; low tonight 45 extreme northwest to losv BOs Arkansas Valley Other sections of Arkansas; Considerable cloudiness Ihis afternoon and tonight with scattered show •j>rs and a few thunderstorms to- Tiiglit, cooler tonight; Friday partly cloudy and rather cool. Saturday partly cloudy and rather cool. High this afternoon upper 70s to low 80s central, near SO north- cast, low to mid 80s southeast and southwest; low tonight low to mid O'Os contra!, southeast and southwest, upper SOs to low 60s, LOUISIANA —Considerable c'loudjjic-ss through ftriday \vi'th Scattered showers and thundershowers west and north 'tonight and extreme south portions Fi'j- clay. Turning colder Friday and in northwest late topigh, ' , set up to operate 175 days term. this Says Louisiana Can't Oust Demo Leader WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic National Clicurm.an Pahl M, Butler said toclay Camillc Gravel Jr, will continue as the party's Louisiana national commilecman despite his ouster vote by stale party leadersj in a row over Ihe segregation i?sue, Butler said, "the State Central ELSEWHERE THP ASS.QQIATEB PR5S Albany, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Atlanta, clear Bjsmacck, rain •loston, cloudy -High 159 82 77 70 57 55 86 Chicago, cloudy Cleveland, clear • Denver, clear Des Moincs, clear Uotraiti cloudy Fort .Worth, clear Helena, siiow Indianapolis, Kansas Cily, L.QS Angeles, ,ouisviJJe, cloudy Miami, Milwauke, 'cloudy C6 §8 69 ba 77 Gl 78 48 77 bS 79 64 8d 09 55 £9 78' 65 JBS 70 77 04 51 (15 &1 1® ,85 8Q 04 55 Pr, ,J? ,77 Committee," (puller said. n B' a .1- o n cloudy -59 5J Npw Oilcans, cloudy .85" 71 cloudy - -7ft ,5S, r ' ' < Committee hay no authority to move Gravel! from the post. "Mr, Gravel is stii Ithe Democratic national committoema!) frorn Louisiana, and he will remain in that post until the con^ elusion of the I960 Democratic Na"---' Convention unless proppr removal National Rouge. Wednesday, f.he Democratic State Central Cojfirnittce of Louisiana voted 69-301 to oust Gravel as state Rational commiUeeman Grave}, a j}3-,vear-oJd -'Alexandria, lawyer, hap supported the na« tional partyjg ciyil rights platform and had expressed a personal be-' Jief that segregation is morally wrong, I , The state' committee elected 'lo\ M. T.a.lbol, jjin investment and estate manager, to su?eeod prayel, Grayol he would fight the? . a.Uem.ptcdj oustej- iby taking Ills case bcfo|p ihe tee in perember, Premtt Man Dies Rest in LQGQ! HQMQ Pair Going to Georgia to FaceMurder OKLAHOMA CITV (AP)— A 43- year-old ex-convict told a biarre story yesterday of a killing in Georgia which ended with dumping of the body on an Arkansas mountainside.' • .William Hoyt Leclford accused Lorainc Stanga, 28,- of .setting up her 1 boy friend; Virgil" Glc'n "Gi'ayi of Lawrenceville," Ga,, for a robbery which resulted in his death. Mrs, Stanga said Ledford should lake full blame. The Iwo will bo returned to Georgia for trial in the slaying which took place in Cedartown, Ga., according A to Lcdford's stal«- menl, .* f The armed pair was arrested In Lcdford's blobdclstained automobile at nearby Bethany, Okla., Tuesday, Ledford said Mrs Stanga, whom he met in an Atlanta hotel, suggested robbing Gray and brought him to her apartment, where Ledford was waiting, last Saturday night. Gray resisted and Ledford said he knocked him out. They (hen took $21 from him and placed him in • the trunk of the car. Ledford said they heard a noisq in the trunk as they were p a s s I ng through Cedarlown and the woman said they would have to dispose of Gray, "She handed me the ,25 caliber pistol, . .and J shot him twice," Ledford said, Ledford said the trunk and drove on, He said the woman suggested dumping the Six Weeks, No End in Sight at Little Rock LITTLE HOCK (AP)—The end of the first six-week school approached today with about ',000 high school pupils still looking for some place to attend classes. W. C. Brasheras, newly hired superintendent of the Little Rock Private School Corp. said yesterday that he did not know when the private schools would open. "There's still a lot of'prelimi- nary work to be done," Brashcars said. -• ... , Neither Gov. Orval Faubus, principal backer of the private school plan, nnr DR. T. J. Raney, president of the corporation,- would speculate when classes might begin. Faubus yesterday announced lhal he would send a letter, asking for funds to finance private schools, to all persons who' have written or telegraphed him sup? porting his integration stand. 'He sai dthe letters would be mailed in a few days. Students at junior high and elementary schols finish their first FIX weeks of work tomorrow. Rci' port cards are distributed at 6- week intervals in 'Litllc Rock schools. The exodus of Little Rock students to schools in the Pulaski County District a pea red near an end, - Five school in the county surrounding have admllcd a total of 878 displaced stdcienls, but County Supt. E. F. Dunn said yesterday hat no more could be accomo- dated unless he could find addit- GUIDANCE (INERTIAL) LIQUID FUEL (KEROSENE TYPE) OXIDI2ER (LIQUID OXYGEN) ACCESSORY POWER'SYSTEM VERNIER ENGINES (PROVIDE CORRECT TRIM) SUSTAINER ENGINE (FOR SECOND STAGE) , ADAPTER (JOINS STAGES) BOOSTER ENGINE (2 CHAMBERS'.FOR . FIRST STAGE) ],466 PRICE ional teachers. -v, ? ~ 'Dunn alre'ady has added eight they (hen closed •body where it was found by hunters on a logging troll 30 jni/es northeast of Fort 'Smith. Pojice said Ledford wps on parole from the federal penitentiary in Atlanta Efe waived extradition. to Georgia but his cornpanion re. fused to do 50, f ' teachers to Jiandle the exjra , pu- least three" mor'eif he could find thorn. Teachers under contract to the Little Hock school district are not available, They continue to draw pay during heir enforced'idleness, Despite Dunn's pessimism on availibility of teachers, the private school organization said it has plenty of teacher applications to assure opening of schools once Ihe physical machinery is set up. Brashears said, hwcvcr, thX no teacher has yet been put under contract by the private group. He said none would be officially hired until all applications are examined and checked. > Eaney said money continues to come in from Arkansas, other states and a few foreign countries He said the letter appealing for lunds, which will carry his signature as well as Fpubus', should not be taken as an indication that spontaneous contribuious have dwindled or haled, Bancy has consistenlly declined to say exactly how much money has been received since the group first appealed for funds last week. He said there has not been tinic to make a complete accounting. District MYF Rally Planned The Hope District fl^YF }s hav- in gits Fall Rally at the first Methodist Church at 'Hope Sgtur> day 4 Oct. 11 ^ 5r30. T^e theme will be "Vocations" wiih Jhe Roy. Jghnny Has^jer,' ponferpnge diree> tor * of youth ' ivoj'H .as principle speaker, '- , Of ^ddltienaj jntei'e^t Will be hq folJowt ," Pej-ldns. qnd -Mrs. J. T. 5o\yden of l-}opei classes conducted, by McCarty Held for Jury Action HOT SPRINGS. Ark. (AP) -Joe McCarty, 39, was ordered held for Qrand Jury action following a hearing yesterday pcfoi;e Municipal Judge M, C, Lewfs Jr 'on a first degree niurcler charge, McCarty is charged in the Sept. 29 sjaping of Johnny Hill at the home of ff ill's estranged wife, (Mrs. Hill, mother of two small children, testified that she and hoi husband h.Pf} agreed to a iation several shot to death, THEY-CALL IT "THE'BEAST,"—this fs n diagrainmhllc view' of ihe.Air Force's inlercoruincntal ballistic'mihsilu 'Pittin, as .sketched by, L. ,1. Herb, Aviation Woolj miigaxino ailist. The 'I'itnn .is now gcllinji handling and checkout tests at, C'apc Canavo'ral, v f ! l''|a. Fir.sl firiiiH is. oxi^i/tccl.rin Oclobgr,^The i)U- by-lO-fpo't.Mwo-slsifiu, SftiiO-niik'-rangi' missile travels at muix- lli!in^2'l,'000 feet put; fccdiidi' H Is jjeslgned lo varry a three-Ion, package 6t r nuclonr hgfo.fir fiom.JJu>;ivor to Moscosv in lcs,s than'' ^U minutcs.^ln fael, Tit.'in',U> so :iwo»onje\vcirko*rf'iji7t dubbud iW»"Phe-'Beast.V .U" ii' exiwUM'-lhirt'-/^^'.!! iJlK'UTbJ'TtaUilVMiIng vehicle for the "Dynnsoar" Kli(ler, wlik'b'may bccomg America's first manned space ship. Altbovish Tilnn uses many parts of the Atlas, its design i.s more advanced than that of Iho USAK's Or.st 1CBM missile. H was designed and built at Ihe Martin Ciiinpiiny's Denver plant, • " 2nd Class, City Can Appoint Marshal UtTI,K ROCK rAPWA ictand class city can' tlt-clnl'd Ihc cjlty marshal's Job nppdlnUVc, rrttlw thhn clcctviei HIP attorney general's office ruled yesterday, The oily of Stamps recently 'made stich n decliiratloh nnd the LaPnyett<! County Kloctlohs Comitilsslon sub' sotitiently refused to accept \tttt*' (Ions of two Independent candidates for i\\6 post. Rain Strikes Large Part of Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More rain full in sections of the Midwest tt^day in the wake of violent storms that struck areas in Missouri, lown and Texas The country's main wet belt *".,« -M during the night was in the North I the Applan Way Catholic World Mourns Death of Pope Pius By EUGENe LBVIN'" '.-,'• , J ,. CASTKL ''GANDOLFO, 'Italy, ?• (AP) — Popo Pius XII'will'fdlurn-.-" In death Friday lo his tlnllvu ;Homo, lo It oin stale at the VaUr j lean nhtl bo burled In St, Pclor's v basilica, ,,,' ; " ( * fa ills death early today,' tho'lifih, I;Q rtiillclpnled for hours, sent tt Wdve .' of shock around Iho world ,\ and >,;•,, brought widespread expressions ,b£> *.| tribute from polllcn land church '& leaders ouslde the tron Curtain, ViJ lie was 112 and had served JO J years iis the supreme loader the Roman Catholic Church, He will g'o back to that anddlit/^ ... ,u |jy n molorcado 1 ,alona'?^vl Way. . -- /^v^i'sif iborne 'Central stnlus. Thunderstorm? rumbled across areas from south em Wisconsin through lown mi. moved southwnrd during the curly morning hours. Damaging wine and hnll storms were .reported ir extreme northern Illinois, Wind gusts up to 70 in. p. h. up rooted trees and power lines along the Wisconsin-Illinois border. Hal pelted purls -of Chicago a a the thunderstorms swept, southward More than two inches of rain drenched Grand Rapids, Mich., in n 90-minute period. Partly cloudy skies nnd lumper- ntures .near 70 degrees were Core- cnsl for the seventh nnd decisive game of the World Series in Milwaukee. Heavy rain Worth, Tax , doused the Fort urea Wednesday before h,e was* Salvation Army Drive in Good Start The Salvation Army fund raising campaign'got off to a grand start Tuesday morning at a breakfast in the Diamond Cnfe- <I9 persons wore present and received workers kits after inspirational talks toy Copt, Hoy Marshall of El Dorado and M, Clarke Garrison; Service Unit Representative of the Salvation Army. •The solicitors were cheered heartily by the report given by Guy IS. Basye, large gifts chairman. He reported, receiving thus far $-153,00 which represented abotit 80',; of his assignments, tie further reported that he had received 100' V cooperation in his division. He hoped to complete his assignment by Wednesday. Mrs, CJino Pranks and Ray Turner, co-chairmen' of this year's campaign, urged their workers to complete and return their kits as soon as possible 1 . A highlight of the meeting was the presentation of awards of ap* preciation to <M'rs, Fralnks, Mr- Turner, Mr, Bqgyc apt! Elmer R. Brown for their untiring efforts in behalf of the needy through the program of the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army Service Unit here in Hope is striving to reach a goal of $JJ,UOQ this year accord*, ing to Jlinrnip Jon.es, chairman.' One thousand dqljur? of the goal was reached Wednesday, Oct. 8, All Around iy The Stat Staff Butler Links Governor to Fascism HAYS, Kan. fAP) — Dcmorratlp National Chairman Paul Butlur said yesterday thai many of Arkansas Gov. Orval Fadbus' stale-' m,onls "have carried a- lingo of Fascist totaliarianism.' "We completely, repudiate everything Fautaus has said concerning the integration issue," Butler said. However, he denied that he hud accused the Arkansas governor of abbotting Communist propaganda. Published reports quoted Butler as saying he believed Fau'bus was ''an aider and abettor ot Communist propaganda" through his stand against racial integration in public schools, Butler spoke earlier at the Uni. yursity of Wichita and later talked informally with reporters and students, lie said some o{ his .state* mcnts concerning Faubus may navu been misunderstood. The Democratic Party spokes< said it wns quite possible sorn,e delegates from Old night,' with amounts ranging from one to six Inches. Two persons drowned in flash floods which followed tlie downpour. Tprnudoes skipped across northwest Misouri, striking Grant Cily", a town of about 2,000 south nf the Iowa border. Properly dairr Hlrolch bouthwesl to •Pnrnell. A small Iwisler struck a rural area near Newton, Iowa, damaging buildings. No injuries were report yd*- in the slnrms. Light'snow fell at Cut Bank, as cooler air from Canada inbred southward into the north-' western section ut the- coun try. Temperatures dropped below 'freeing. , The colder a*ir eastward and was expected to move into the Northern Plains. Showers were indicated in the northern tier of states from the Rockies to the lower Great Lakes region Snow flurries were forecast "from- extreme northern Minnesota through parts of the Da- kolas and Into the Rockies, iSkles were generally clear in the 1 Far Wesl. Fair weather pro-' vailed in most of the eastern third of the country. H, Qrren., aged 70, of T PrhpQtt, died, Wednesday at & Jjopefj-esl Jiopie. H.e jvag the' lather if Phlps , Qwen, vec'ej Plpplcd. fjeyadg County sludge. Surveyors' include three ot J4 Qrren of New Qrjea,n$j of Hapoleonyjlle, I Pi n%$> " ''" Si and Mrs, A, J. $ayjs Nfoli? of mgelJflg J!U?$ . with sups ' will cud a<, 9, 3,5j: ' a 'plate, BQId Knob to Get " One of the j^ost important groups In the git/ met, earlier this, week .and. Pjpcted officer,? ,, , , heading the Cjty fanning goard'ig Qor- 0. W. do ',i &yess a,s Tarpley, vice chairman ness at to a new • busi- opens and Froflt Street Qift shoe in' irls scjectcd and ad to the school; at #o,rd.Ui C r o}lege . is the first., year gjrjs tq a sister. Mrs. W, C, Sutton of ' .Suttaii, ' Services wil ifee held at •? at Laiwbuj'g faybus op stgte Paroles , pv. 4rJ fivenan, assisted , Hev. BMnvrt .rMni'k nf ci., ..,„,. ffftltflJlJCJMJgHWX wmwKkAff alvy lusEds ;b v rpports seeing a huge sweet potato gro,wn i)y -Charles #. JVfat- ' tico on Mr. ShUla, Foster, daughter of, iJ4rs. Vincent Fpstcr, has accepted .a bid'a{;4 is now u to" Chi , Omega sorority is a freshman at' College 'pf Ya. .Margies rj§nmui" of -Saratoga " man 'hat South stales might walk out of the eonvemon in I960 but ho said his "wouldn't mean Democratic defeat ,in >ho presidential President Truman showed it not necessary to parry all the solid South 01 even New York to wit] the presidency." Jfo >said ho made 1 no statemmt that the entire deep JSoulh would evenually leave the party, "I .don't believe it will, 1 ' he added, lu a speech at a Sixth. Congressional District rally ut liays, But- Jor cited a recent s'atomun by GOP National Chairman Meade Alcprji hat persons 65, _years old ur older would, be af>kVd tu form senior Republican'plubs, and commented:' "Whether it be, 1 better medical cijire, iflpw adequate housing for tfie agod, increased public assis- jance, sQciai security, improved nutritio.nal standards, or aid to yio disabled, the < J?p,ubiiea,a rec- orcj has been a . Prison Sentences Are Reduced IRS to Probe Mistake on Faubus 7 Tax LITTLE HOCK CAPJ-A regional director of Ihc Internal Revenue Service is due litre today lo conduct an Invosligaion of a procedural mistake in an examination of Gov. Orva) E. Faubus' personal income lax returns for 1055-5(i-fi7. B. Frank White of Dallas was assigned by the 1HS Washington office to take charge of the inquiry, , Faubus claimed Tuesday thai government was tryin glo intimidate him by assessing extra income taxes against him. Jfe showed a Jellcr from the JRS Little Hock office which indicated the government plaiinoci to charge fair rental value of th« mansion, salaries paid to servants there and mansion maintenance crponsc to Faubus' personal account, Faubus, after revealing the tav move, announced that he had received a second letter withdrawing the first, Curtis R. Mathis, district dirou- or of internal. Revenue here, said he had written the second letter as soon as he learned of Uic first mo Mathis said UK. sciKljng of the first letter was a "huge but honest mistake." jj e said the error had buen made by Lewis p. Cren- shavv. a veteran of n years the IRS. Before that, the church will — ni . ranged a thrcc-hohr period'for thb'Jf-p| body to lie in stale today-In.'i' Hall of the Swiss In the Palace here, where he en and died. . L ( _ This was the first sltige ftrelah^ orate mourning riles lasting nf" 1 "" days. A week or so later the C lego of Cardinals will meet In cret tq name a successor to Pope who gave the church one,, its most briliianl leaderships,' Bencdelto .Cardinal Aloisi-mascU||^. In was elected by the cnrdlnalsij",^ today as papal chamberlain '.lo^ adminisler affairs of the "-church"'i^ until a new pontiff is chosen/^'j"4£ Plus suffered a stroke Moi : Tday r i t± ; and another Wednesday. .^-.i'-"-.; 1 /'*' For hours he hovered In deatl)'Jj,V| agony. Then, while mill 1 ' 1 " 1 "'" around the world prayed).lid , nl ,'):52 a.m. (9:52 Wednesday) In UiQ-pnpal"summp'rrlS residence in this hill ' " '''- * miles south of Home. ->- v ,«»,{ JSugenio Pacelli, the 201 st pope;;-|| was the leader of the million Catholics In t one .'oJtvthe $$ most burdensome limes ''In Hhe|-"^ 2,000-year history of ,tlie. cliurch,'^',', He wanted lo be known ,as • thcS ,.. "Pope of Peace" but' when r ,\)iV./1 was elected March 2, ~'~. ''' ''*'. world already was on 1 'the eve "of'^ World War IT.;Ahead were,t'hev|0 years of onslaught agpinst V r "'- i: — tsn by communism, ,- .f ' - . ^ ,_,,-• Already all Iha 55 qnrdinals who - f vij arc able were preparing for, nine days of ritualistic,! Mrs, Susqn Jongs, 74 ( Fgrmsrly of ' Dies Mrs. Susan. 4pn Jonts, agoci 7i died Wednesday in a Little Rock i'«st home. She \ya.s a former resident of Hope. Surs'ivors in^ud.e a daughter,, y Jcwus of ytu e flock, a bro*. cr, J. R. IBarjiajn of Hot Springs Ihe funeral and the grand conclave that will elect the next pon-"V' ti/f, „ ' ' The cardinal?, princes ot ._ r ^ a cluirch, will make the selection,V^ Their choice most likely will' one of their number, though it-' could be a prolate not a cardinal, Pius was the Hrst popo to ,die r . ?; ^, nl this papal summer rcsidcnc"e'',;/f, and the first in 200 years'to'die outside Home. Changes therefore' are necessary in the traditional"J^ ritual. But Pius already had pro-'V*® vided for that contingency in .i'j regulation issued in 1D45 said that if a popo djed Rome he should bo returned ,-,-„ Vatican City in dignity and dcco-"j-,j rum, ' • : f^/.j Later today cardinals in th^ %^ Homo area were lo meet to-mnko v arrangements for the motorcadeV-vl which wltt bring the Pope's "body, '4j| alpng the Appiun Way to Rome, ' The time of the procession,, not, yot announced, but a relfabje'tl informant said it would, foe Friday afternoon. Msgr, Guido Dante, prefect',q?f| [jtican corcrnonics, said the'bgdy-fl'lf would lie in state in Caste) GaruS'^ dolfo for three hours before ,-.}ts ,4s removal ' _'''"" The full mourning period is ..... days and at the end—presumably »-^|j| icxt Friday Oci. J7—th,o body wiJJ T' ije entombed in the grottos -Qi't St, Peter's, in a place 'ot (ho^ Pope's own choosing, Pius 'XW'» had asked to lie alongside PjlvjS.-'.. X, whom e canonized, as u sirnt'-'i n 3951 The cardinals at thpir today also will arrange for "interregnum,"' the period tween the death of a pope and ,„- -.„.„ election, of a new onq, Dyrjng Iliisll-jS period the direction of en}er — -- t -- i! -' 8S affairs of the church will largely on the shoulders of Cardinal Tisserant, The secret conclave for ing a new popo is to be heVd' soon as possible after 15 days lowing the death of y pontiff., Injuries pqfol to Ft, §jnjth Youth FORT SMITH, Ark. :ny Log}, 17. of npar Fort Smitjh.y« died, in a hospital here of injuries suffered, in a ' - "

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