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K •**« Proposals to Increase House Fail WASHINGTON i AT" — House loaders have quietly but firmly rejected all proposals to increas'.' the si/e of llv House in order to prevent some states from Ins- ing seats beiviii.se of population declines. The effect of the decision may be (hnt the House elected in m:> may conlain dnxens of membcr.s chosen in •i, l ;iie\vid<: district voiin., 1 . Of Ihe :>."> .-'ali'vwhose c.ingres- sional de-le^a 1 inns will increase or decrease in ihe next House if the si/e of ihal V>dv is not enlarged, only |;| have enacted redislrietinj. 1 In two ei those II! states action has no) be- n u I laws. Mile I'^jslaii come linal. The oilier; presumably are ; waiting to w.' what Congress will .do. or have encfiiintered polilical obstacles in (heir redislrie< in;; cf- iforis. Among !hem are iVu.ssa- ehusc.'IK Pennsylvania and Illinois, wilh a lota! of III! se.-it.n in Russia, N. Korea Sign Defense Pact Weather ATHLETE'S GOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS, If not pleased with strong, instant- drying T-4-L, your 48c back at any drug store. Watch infected skin slough off. Watch healthy skin replace it. Itch and burning are gone. TODAY at GIBSON'S REXALL DRUG STORE the the ;ress if the ni/e of is no! change;!. All ] may he elecle-l jn statewide con ( tests. I Several plans ln ,ave some stales I mm losing seat.-: have been proposed in the House but (he current ,i'illook is that none of them will gel anywhep--. One propo-;,il. hy Rep. F rj ,-.k •C'helf, D-K.v.. would jncroasi. ESTEE ; r MOSCOW f APi-Soviet Premier .Khrushchev announced today the Soviet Union and \orlh Korea have signed a mutual defense pact to counter ;. growing threat of aggression hy South Korea. He said the recent coup in Seoul .established "a regime of open military-Fascist dictatorship." "The threat from the military- Fascist clique is growing. R "is known (hat this clique has an army of (iOO.tlOO equipped with American weapons." Khrushchev- added. : "We consider il our duty to,' jwarn the aggressive forces tliat if i ;an allack is made on the Korean' ; Democr.il ic Republic., then the Soviet Union will look upon attack as an attack noon itself." Khrushchev made the announce' ment at a Soviet-Korean friendship meeting in Moscow. Publication of (he pact, seemingly means that the U.S.S.R. is {openly replacing Communist Chi- Ina as North Korea's chief pro-ij f)s lector. It was Communist Chinese "volunteers" who intervened in the Korean War. The Soviet Union always claimed it took no part in that fighting, although Soviet-built M1G fighter planes and weapons were used on the munist side. Continued from Page One 70s southeast and southwest. Northeast and northwest Arkansas; Cloudy to partly cloudy and continued warm through Friday with scattered Ihundershow- er.s. High lodr>y low to rnid 90s. low tonight mid to low 70s north- cast, mid (ifls to 70 northwest mafteiTof FACT THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. i Albany, clear 'Albuquerque, cloudy Anchorage, cloudy Allanla, clear Bismarck, cloudy Boslon. cloudy Buffalo, clear' 8 Chicago, clear Cleveland ; clear Denver, clear this ftes Moine.s, cloudy Detroit, clear • Fairbanks, cloudy Fort Worth, cloudy Helena, cloudy Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, rain •luneau, claer Kansas City, rain 91 57 Bfi 84 74 71 fi2 75 R5 78 77 G8 92 85 85 86 09 92 79 90 90 91 87 72 .01 .04 .22 Com- The Quality Name in JeMies and Preserves Look For ZESTEE When you are Shopping af your INDEPENDENT GROCERY in July. Each delicious flavor is made from pure fruif and fruit juices the season. Manufactured by Colonial Mfg. Co. Oklahoma City. Okla. Ben C. Ames Co. BROKERS Terminal Warehouse Little Rock, Ark. APPLE JEUY !i ,* .i f - Rocket Causes Little Alarm BEIRUT. Lebanon (AP> _ Israel's new space rocket drew headlines in the Arab press here today but the newspaper reacted with less alarm than expected. Some .said it should teach (he- Arab countries a lesson in international cooperation. A! Jarida noted that the mete orologiea! rocket was sent up Wednesday from a secret Israeli launching pad as Arab countries girded for a fight against Israel's plans to divert Jordan River waters for irrigation. The Israelis insist the rocket is strictly a scientific tool and not a military weapon, but the leftist Al [Shaab noted Israel also has its own nuclear reactor. Louisville, Memphis, cloudy , Miami, cloudy j Milwaukee, -clear jMpls. St. Paul, cloudy , JU New Orleans, clear B9 New York, cloudy 74 Oklahoma Cily, cloudy 95 Omaha, rain ;jj Philadelphia, cloudy 79 Phoenix, clear 102 Pittsburgh, clear G5 Portland, Me., clear 47 70 4!) 70 54 GO f>0 53 52 53 04 57 53 72 54 75 GC .. 44 .. G7 4.22 61 .. G9 .. 09 .. 71 . 78 .10 50 .. 57 ,. 03 ... G2 .04 74 f!G T fi.3 .. 68 .. 54 ,. 53 .. The hot springs, for which the city of Hot Springs, Ark., was named, were believed to have been visited by Her- nanclo DeSoto in 1541. The first settler near the springs built a cabin there in 1807. Two years later John Percival bought the cabin and built others which he rented to visitors who came to bathe in the waters. In 1832 the government set the land aside as a reservation but it was not until 1921 that Hot Springs became officially known as a natiortal park. © Encyclopedia Brttannlca size of the House starling in 1963 I from the presently fixed 437 to 469. That would not protect any state from losing seats, and a't the same time keep the size of congressional districts relatively uniform, would require an increase to mor ethan 500 members. House leaders consider thai number too unwieldy Congressional leaders believe that once ihe state le«'wl;,tures are convinced 'hat lliero will bo no action by Congress, they will move swiftly with rcdjsiricling legislation rather than take political risks \vh;cii normally accompany state-at-lrage congressional elections. In states losing seats, ail members must run at-Iarge unless their legislatures enact rodislricl- ing law. In those gaining seats, only the added seats \vouM be .•ontested on an at-Iarge basis in the absence of redi.stricting. Portland, Ore., cloudy 67 M M 87 GO .. 87 07 ,27 86 70 .. 02 02 .. 74 63 .. 63 54 .. US 52 .47 M 74 .. 70 07 .08 Rapid Cily. cloudy Richmond, rain St. Louis, cloudy Salt Lake Cily, clear San Diego, cloudy San Francisco, clear Seattle, cloudy Tampa, cloudy Washington, cloudy (M—Missing: T—Trace) Urges Sincere, LasHng Peace VATICAN CITY (AP) -Pope John XXIII biti cr ]y lamenting Algeria's bloody rioting, today urged leaders of (he world to establish a sincere, firm and lasting peace. The 79-year-old supreme ruler of the Roman Catholic Church ;aid he was saddened by the news of the "cruel killings" in Algeria. He said he prayed they cease. Pope John, revealing grave anxiety for the situation in the world generally, spoke to members of the Pontifical Commission for the Apostolate of Laymen, one of the bodies preparing for the forthcoming Ecumenical Council of the Roman Cathoiic Church. Several cardinals, archbishops and bishops were present. Help for Poland WARSAW, Poland (AP)-The United States and Poland have signed a $115,000 agreement to provide Polisn medical students and doctors with translation of standard Amnricen medical text- oooks at moderate prices the U. S Embassy announced today. Showers Rip Coast, North Plains Areas By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Showers continued today across a broad band from the central plains to the north central Atlantic Coast. Hail, heavy rain and gusty winds hammered sections of north central and northwest Missouri, Kansas and south central Iowa Wednesday night. More than 3 inches of rain drenched Grinnel!. Iowa, and many sections along the Missouri storm belt. Both Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan., were 'hit hard by the severe weather. Telephone and electric service was disrupted streets and basements were flooded and traffic was curtailed. More than (our inches of rain fell in the area. Two funnel clouds which did not touch ground were sighted a few miles south of Topeka, Kans. Widely scattered showers hit the central and northern Rockies, the Florida Peninsula and along the north Pacific Coast. Mostly fair weather prevailed in other sections of the country. It was a little chilly again this morning in northern areas cast of the Mississippi River. Tempe>'- atures ranged from the 40s along the northern border to the 70s south of the Ohio Valley and central Atlantic States with 80s along the Gulf Coast and extreme southern Florida Peninsula. A •e Invited . c — TO VISIT — BETTER BUILT HOMES HIGHWAY 67 NORTH, TEXARKANA, ARK. ONLY $ 10 Down Built On Your Lot Anywhere 1-2-3-4 BEDROOMS Choose From Your Plans or Ours! $1 4OC.OO 1,495 And Up 220 Pound Self • Locking Shingles 15 Year Bonded Guarantee Tailored FINANCING Long Terms More Interior Materials Included In One Note GIVEN FREE ! I With Each House Sold During the Month of July - 2 Bedrooms of Sheetroclc. QUALITY IS STANDARD WITH Better Built Homes Call Collect... We'll Come See You! PHONE 22-8218 - TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS HIGHWAY 67 NORTH — P. o. BOX 1954 Sherwin-Williams PAINT Full 8 Foot Ceilings Completely finished on the outside Be your own inside contractor and save $ $ $ $ $ and To; BETTER BUILT HOMES I am interested in buying a BETTER BUIfT d would like more information iiNo Obligatiln Please Have a Representative Call on me ...... I Have a Clear Deed to My Lot ............. NAME .................................. ADDRESS ............................... CJTY .......................... STATE Telephone or Neighbor's Number ................ Directions If Route Number State Tax Take Sets a New Record LITTLE ROCK (AP)-A recort $21,287,218 was collected in stat income taxes during the 1960-U fiscal year which ended June 30 with corporation returns highci than individual returns for the first time in three years. The state Revenue Department said Wednesday that corporation returns during the fiscal year totaled $10,1118,117 while individual returns amounted to $10,456,101. Collections in the just ended fiscal year were more than $2.5 million above the $18,635,116 collected in fiscal 1959-60 and almost •K5, million above the $16,788,733 in fiscal 1958-59. Bike Kills Deer IONIA, Mich. (AP) — Irving YVolvcrton, 24, of Palo, Mich., killed a deer with his bicycle Wednesday. Wolverton told police he was riding his bicycle in the darkness when a deer dashed onto the road and they collided. Wolverton suffered severe cuts and bruises. The deer was killed. A conservation officer picked up the remains. To Free Prisoners SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —The South Viet Nam government says it will release 583 political prisoners in honor of the celebration Friday of President Ngo Dinh Diem's seventh year in office. [ Six Injured NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (API- Six persons suffered minor injuries Wednesday night when three cars of a sight-seeing train broke loose and crashed into -mother at Prospect Point i.ear the American Falls. General Comes Home TOKYO (APi-Lt. Gen. Robert W. Burns, commander of U.S. forces in Japan and the 5th Air Force, left for the United States today to become chairman of the Inter-American Defense Board in Washington. He will be succeeded about Aug. 1 by Lt. Gen. Jacob E. Smart, deputy commander of the Tactical Air Command at Langley Air Force Base iu Virginia. Thursday, July 6, 196t Negro Held in Cnmden Shooting CAMDEN, Ark. fAPi— Chnrl'c Myers, a Negro, is beim; held in connection with the fatal shooting Of another Negro at a cafe near Cullendalc Tuesday night. Officers said Curtis Oliver was shot to death after an argument \\jih Myers. Singer Seeks to Divorce Husband UTTLE SOCK f/YPi _ Mavine Brown Russell of the sin-'ing Brown Trio Wednesdav filed .suit, for divorce from her husband Tommy H. Russell, a North [,jjH(i lock lawyer and. former Ht'minis- trativc aide to Gov. Orvnl K 'aubus. The suit charger! «>'wnl j nf |jrr. nities and s-,id (he c uiple mtir- •'«1 Feb. 2. 1357. separated | ;lst Jhursday. They havj two young Mrs. Russell, formerly of Pino Arkansas Girl Scores in Contest DAYTONA REACH, Pa. (AP) !— Mary Anne Griffin of El Do- j rado, Ark., .scored !•; prints in ' the Miss Dixie Frolics by wmning .Ihe preliminary gown competition ;• Wednesday njahf in th(, contest for I ho title of Miss Dixie. Son Marino Helped i ) SAN MAiUXO 'AP'-The liny j republic of :',a>i Marino, continual- JI.V at peace shvo before th,y Mkl- |dle Ages, agree,! today 'o accept $224.000 from Britain for one day of war damage. After us yoius uf haggling wilh London, the Sun Marino Grand i Council 'P:irli-:ir;!«it> vo'ai 32-J.7 I to accept (he Hrilish offo,-. Corn- Immiist and Socialist member 5 I voted no. Catholic-Protestant Plan 0 NORTH HOLLYWOOD. Calif. , (AP) — A two-way operation between Roman Catholics and Protestants is suggested by Dr. E. ! Ezra Ellis, vice president of the. '• Southern California School of The; ology. ' He proposed that each January, during the "Week of Prayer for Christian Unity," that each group pray for t'he other that God's vi'l j be made manifest in (heir re• lationships and that each group ! make an offering to the poor among the other group Gof Auto Buck Bluff, her si'lcr Bonni. and brother .Jim J'.ihvard make up Ihe Brown Trio, which h;;.s recorded sever;)! bit. songs MALVERN, Ark. (AP)—Dennis Wheat bought a new car in 1950 and traded it in reluctantly for a newer model in 1955. ^. Several days ago Wheat saw Ste car on a lot and tried to buy it, but it had already been sold. Wednesday night Wheat attended a drive-in movie and won a car given as a prize. It was his fold automobile. July Is independent Grocers Month SALUTES... HOPE'S INDEPENDENT GROCERS HELP BUILD HOPE Fortune's

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