OCTOBER 20, 1947 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.)' COURIRH XE\VS // City Editor Observes UN Action, T/ien Writes Home MOTE: Chart** Ratht, M-year-old editor of the Sauu Kerald, cam* down to the United Nation* a few days ia Hod out whart mad* it tick and report- t»ek to th* folks who fa Midair l*wis' bom* town—ecerie \a hit novel "Main Btreet.- tk» toUewin» "Memo to Bauk Ctnirfc" aath« tella what ba round . htt TMt to th* UN headquarters at like success.* BY C8AELES KATME »— = J (WrKtea (*r U* (Jail** fr***) i''_ . Lax SCOCBB*, N. Y., CM. ». Representation »>—r>* had thru day* at the . ,. _ In House Faces Change After '50 WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. <UP) — Population trends may |lv« California more representative In Congress than any other state except. New York aft*r the 1950 ceruui, K»p. E(J»-«rrt H. Re«s, R,, Kf.ru., aid Saturday. chairman ol the House Post Nations now. Three dajrc »t county fair and you know ev- Tthinc including th* name of the il' taking ticket* it the ferrit Mel. Thr«* day* at the UN and mlr* limp a> a rat. Th* bait war to get confuted •out It U to attand it . still, r« tot MOM Impreuions. For In- anee, the who!* thing strikes me ' j sincere. I don't think this Juet an art, Mayb* thU 1« ttrlct- baekwaeda philosophy but the acne* of (triped-panu, top-hat rplomaU who oow ^rotoool like atar from a apoti(« and the easy r ot informality here mak* it loofc ThanV a fwiinf of Unilon hire Dd aaoattanat rrtrrtodj- free>M Lite the othar m*min( wh«n :uana V. Klaaler,- the Breioruulan el*|at«, J»T« out with the "war- chart* atatn. A .vjrt or leetrle ahock went through the air. '« (reatbtaofne* became It gives \« et&tomera what they came to Mr. Dulles was playing with a aek look of hair at that point . It increased mt loo, that the jaertcan t>restige has come down pole awajrt. There li aome feel DC. I think, that the YarJts aren't Mag arerrthlnc right either. Uay- e that'a a pxxj thine 'or us to :ndw. Un. Rooaevelt tlioufjit so who: he told m* the oth«r day that the r. at paopla are aearccly a»'ar« of h* (reat power of their nation i the world today. Incidentally, etttag the interview with Mrs. eveit was , one of the high oinU of m}' vUit. . . I-waa aupposed to report back rV fiat, how this bminesa Is going nd me whether I thought the world government Idea Is a ood one. Frankly, I don't know. It's plhg to be a tough one for the Frilled World Federalists people to ~~ Moat .people out here say it's ^practicable now. It may be trial •chinery isn't what the UN needs. |'s a matter of people. It bolls ... to the Individual delegates ind probably back to peoples all • tha world. . . t The TJnlted Nations delegates may theraaelVM into something. ne of the critics call the UN a atlng aoctety which, they aaj', Bid. If you ask me that's its h. It'a the basis for under- OcrVe and Civil Berrtoe Oommlt- tee, based his claim on Kureau of Oanaua figures for 1MQ and estimate* for July !, 1M7. At pre«nt, New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois have more ROUM numbera than OaUfornia. But th* 1MT *t«t« population put California wty ahead of IlllnoU a* far a* Congressional representation is concerned and only one behind Pennsylvania. Under new apportionment «tl- mates, New York's House members would drop from 45 to 4J; Penruly- vanla, K to 11, and Illinois X 10 25. California, on the other hand, would Jump M to 30. If picsenl trends continue, California's population V.-111 hf still higher by 1950. Other »Utej which would |jaln in repr«*ent»tion axe — Florida, Jrorn six to ntven; Indiana, 11 to 12; Maryland, six to seven; Michigan 17 to 19; Oregon, four to five, anil Washington, six to seven. Other »tatw losing representation would be: Arkansas, from 'seven to six; Kentucky, nine to eight; Mississippi, seven to six; Missouri 13 to 12; New Jersey, H to 13; North Carolina, 12 to 11; Oklahoma, eight to seven, and Tennessee, 10 to 9. iRANBPA'S FULL OF Gunman Obtains $800 In Ice Plant Hold-Up MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Oct. 20. (U — A gunman staged a bold holdup nt an Ince company hrre last night 'and made a getaway with $800 In cn.sh. Police report-fid early today they had made no arrests. They said J. I. Walker, cashier for the Southern United ice, Co., told them of the robbery. Police quoted Walker a* saying the gunnmati entered the company office last nl£ht and a£ked for change for a (10 bill. Walker said lie opened the money drawer and quickly the gunman pulle<l a pistol and said, "I'll talce that." British Cabinet Members Confer / King George Tuesday To Open Settlor* Of £<ew Parliament BY BRUCE W. MUN'N (United 1'rru SUff CorrespomlMU) LONDON, Ocl, TO. (UP)—King George formally adjourned the «ec- oncl session of parliament under the labor government today preliminary to the opening tomorrow ol a new session lo grapple with economic problem* threatening to undermine th* national existence. Left Wing Laborite* w«r* demanding action lo strip th* comer- tlve-domlnaled Howe of Lords of 1L« Inst remaining legislative powers in the session opening tomorro*'. They sought to prevent the upper house from delaying the labor government's program of nationalization and other Socialist meanuret. The cabinet met at No: 10 Down- Ing Street today for a final lerlnw of the speech with which the King will open the new m»etiiig of Parliament, which has been on » protracted Bummer vacation. Written by (he government, the speech will list the main legislation to be introduced. Tile uaUonallzalion o( Iron and «tc«l was almost certain to be put off until IMP. It was because of the postponement that the Left Wing l*nborites were pressing for reform of the House of Lords, Informed sources said I ho government had decided against mentioning any lord* reform bill in the King's speech, although Health Minister Aneurin Beran, L*ft Wing leader, and several other ministers favored It. The l*ft Wingers nevertheless Intended to raise the l.wue on the,floor or the House. King George will ririe In itate to parliament tomorrow and peraoua open the session. TodaT, however, his ipoecli, while like tomorrow's was written by the government, was read by Lord Chancellor Lord Jo- wltt. Praising the United Slate."; for efforts to increase European production and vorlc! trade, the speech WHS largely H review of legislation passed during the concluding session, "My government has been fully aware that our own difficulties cannot be overcome except In conjunction with nther governments," the king said. "They therefore warmly, welcomed the Initiative of the United Slates in seeking to promote Joint action by the government ot European nations to increase production and extend International trade, and they have given thU their strongest backing/' Scientists Suggest Silver Smoke Screen to Control North's Climate SCHENKCTADY, >>'. Y., Oct. 20 (UP)—General Electric (iclcnllsls announced cxurrlmenls with n silver fmoke screen today that might change the climata of tho Northern United Stales. Dr. Irving LaiiEnnilr made public partial report on .the use of smoltc naklng machines whose man-mafic •loudg may produce rain, snow and irovldc moisture for Irrigation. The smoke. ti> be made from silver odlne particles, may be used to modify the climate of all the Northern states, the report said, The smoke, Dr. l.angmuir said, would be generated on the ground by special machines. The ".silver smoke" would rise, penetrating the :touds In what Is cnlled "seeding." Each particle, he said, may become a snowdrop, provided the smoke drlfU Into below freezing clouds, which are not themselves frozen.' The report said that considerable w»ter could be stored as snow on mountainsides for use later in Irrigation projccls. Mountains in the states of Washington and Oregon weru riled *s favorable sites. At the same lime, the experiments were linked with methods for com- batting Ice on aircraft by which planes would be able In 15 minutes to clear n hole In an icing cloud The experiment* Involve, the seeding of super-cooled clouds with dry lee pellets, thereby clearing the standing—these words. BeMde.5 it seems to me If we can keep them talking nobody is going to be fighting. There Isn't time for both. . . Maybe the UN is a little like our Minnesota co-operative*. Everybody is supposed to put something In. Then everybody hopes for the big patronage check. The check here is: Keeping the peace. . . cloud or part of it. Since an icih& cloud IE always super-cwled. and Its moisture is always liquid, even Ihough below freezing, Hie dry-ice technique is naturally adapted to Icing clouds, the G. E. report said. When a super-cooled cloud Is dry- iced .the rate of lateral spreading is approximately tliifc miles an hour on each Klclo of the seeded cloud, so that a line can be c.vpccted to grow a width of at le^st five miles an hour, the report raid. Annie's Got Xo dun WINDER, Oa. (UP)—There's an Annie Oakley in the city directory here but she has declined membership In n newly-formed Women's Gun Club. i Wroru Track • CAMDEN, N. J. (UP)—Racing Is Jockey Henri Mora'i career. Th« faster he goes the mor« money he makes hut not olf the raca track. He was arrested by Camden Bridge police on » charge of driving 60- mile.s an hour over the span without a license. He was fined $25. Equitable Lifelnsurance Society of United States See RcpreMntatiT** GUY TREECE JOE ALEXANDER, Jr. 115 W. 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