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Air Pollution Control
Calls for Local Laws,
President Declares
President Truman today de
clared the question of the proper;
control of air pollution is a local
problem, but the Federal Govern
ment should lead in establishing
A message from the Chief Ex
ecutive was read by Interior Secre
tary Chapman at the opening of
a three-day conference devoted
to air pollution. Being held at
the Wardman Park Hotel, this is
the first of its kind uftder auspices
of the Federal Government.
“There is an urgent need to
bring to bear on the problem of
air pollution all the scientific
knowledge at the command of in
dustry, Government and scientific
institutions,” Mr. Truman de
Called Serious Problem.
"With the increasing indus
trialization of the United States,
contamination of the air around
us has become a serious problem,
affecting all segments of our pop
ulation. Air contaminants exact
a heavy toll. They destroy grow
ing crops, damage valuable prop
erty and blight our cities and the
countryside. In exceptional cir
cumstances, such as those at Don
ora, Pa„ in 1948, they even shorten
human life.
“The health hazards arising
from air* pollution, as shown by
the Donora disaster, are especially
important. We need to find out
all we can about the relationship
between air contaminants and ill
“It is my hope that the exchange
of specialized information which
takes place at the United States
Technical Conference on Air Pol
lution will contribute toward
prompt initiation of corrective
Loral Laws Urged.
The President said each locality
should study its own situation and
draft laws adapted to local condi
tions. But before this can be
done, “standards for evaluation
and control of air pollutants need
to be established.
“The Federal Government should
take the leadership in doing this
part of the research job,” he de
“I trust that the recommenda
tions made by this conference will
aid in the shaping of a compre
hensive plan for the study and
control of atmospheric pollution.”
Police Cars Get Radios
Takoma Park Police headquar
ters now can call its own squad
cars directly by radio without
using the Silver Spring Fire
Board's dispatching system. A Ta
koma radio unit went into opera
tion this week to give the city’s
three squad cars immediate con
tact with their station.
Spicy Dessert follows a bland meal as surely as contrast
makes good eating. Keep this list handy: A spice cake served
with fruit. A spicy hot gingerbread "shortcake" with poached
apples. Spiced nutmeots over ice cream. All mighty tasty! Now—more ideas for
the table and the home. --
Whip 1 cup cream with Vi tcp. vanilla
and Vt to V4 tip. almond flavoring.
Fold in 2 cup» drained chopped cling
peachet, Vt cup thredded coconut, a lit
tle cugar. Serve cold in ecooped-out
•ponge cup cakes.
I find these are
wonderful little
desserts w'hen I
make them with
canned Cling
Peaches from
These peaches
are “best buy" news right now—be
cause this year they’re plentiful—
lower in price, and better than ever.
Brighter, plumper, juicier peaches
—with extra-delicious rich peach
flavor. Serve Clings great golden
peach halves or slices straight from
the can for refreshing easy desserts.
You can get California Clings in
your favorite brand.
Hare Yourself A Time!—Cook
something really different—say a
savory Chop Suey or Chow Mein. I
can tell you the easy way to make
them. Get those wonderful LaChoy
Chop Suey Vegetables or LaChoy
Bean Sprouts from your grocer
plus LaChoy Soy Sauce and crunchy
LaChoy Chow Mein Noodles. Fol
low instructions
on the LaChoy
label—and enjoy
delicious, inex
wsnsive, out-of
the- ordinary
food. Homemade
LaChoy meals are on the table in
less than 15 minutes but if you’re
in a real hurry get the prepared
LaChoy Chinese Dinner that’s
ready to heat and serve.
For monu-intpirotion I'll tend you •
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I Vs Good To Know that my own advice to you—to clean your re
frigerator with baking soda—is just what the experts recommend. Yes,
t22 leading manufacturers say that soda is the way to
keep a refrigerator really sweet and clean. As for me, I
know no finer product than Arm & Hammer or Cow
Brand Baking Soda. This pure bicarbonate of soda
purifies and deodorizes so completely, in its own effec
tive way, that my refrigerator is sparkling clean with
Just one weekly soda bath. And soda leaves no grit—
never mars or scratches. Soda is safe with food—keeps your refrigerator
safe for food yet its protection costs less than a week. Do try it!
Wipo insides of refrigerator with toda on a damp cloth. Wash
ice troyc in eada solution — 3 tablespoons to quart of water.
Wfien Man Meets Salad make the introduction with a zippy salad
dressing, and stand by for second helpings. Yes, men do
love a zesty dressing, and 1 can tell you an easy, quick
way to fix one. Just blend 2 teaspoons Colman’s (dry)
Mustard with a little water. Add to an 8-oz. jar of your
favorite prepared salad dressing. Pine cooks everywhere
•ay this famous dry mustard adds that extra zing that
puts a salad over. You’ll enjoy this, too. Combine your
favorite salad fruits, and for a change—serve them with
1 teaspoon Colman's Dry Mustard Vk teaspoon salt Vs cup lemon juice
V» cup salad oil 1 egg yolk Vs cup sweetened condensed milk
Combine mustard, salt, and lemon juice in covered jar. Add remaining ingredients; shake vigorously.
... than pan-browning alone to give gravy an appetizing deep brown
color. Just add a little Kitchen Bouquet. With Kitchen Bouquet you’ll
make your gravy a rich brown color /every time—
and nothing could be easier to Use.
You get extra-delicious gravy, too, with Kitchen
Bouquet. It is no artificial flavoring, but a blend
of 13 choice vegetables, herbs and spiqes which
help to bring out gravy’s true meat taste. For more
than 70 years Kitchen Bouquet has been dear to
the hearts of good meat cooks. Try it yourself — today. Kitchen
Bouquet costs so little and with it you’ll always have the Joy of mak
ing gravy that’s gloriously rich-brown and extra good tasting.
... In the good morning hours when you don’t have lunch on your mind.
With Kraft Dinner lunch-getting is a matter of minutes. Couldn’t be
easier or quicker to make this delicious . a n
macaronl-and-cheese. You see, this is i] /
special macaroni that cooks to fluffy
lightness in just 7 minutes! Then a few
seconds to mix in a little milk and but
ter or margarine and the good Kraft HyT
Grated that comes in the package. And if you have the time and want to
trick it up, combine it with other foods. Either way it’s a thrifty, fast
meal-maker. KRAFT dinner luncheon
1 package Kraft Dinner Hot pm Tomato wedges Parsley
Prepare Kraft Dinner as pkg. directs. Pack firmly Into 4 greased individual ring molds. Unmeld
an platter, fill centers with peas. Garnish plate with tomato wedges, parsley.
And—Kraft also offers you this
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New Yorkers Seek Rainmaker's
Mercy After 6-Week Soaking
ly th« Associated Press
NEW YORK, May 3.—Personal
to Dr. Wallace E. Howell, chief
rainmaker, New York City:
Take it easy, will you, doc?
In one form or another, this
plea went up today from baseball
fans, golfers, rheumatism-sufferers
and a number of other citizens
who would like to see the sun
It may be just coincidence, but:
Last March 14, when the city
hired Harvard's Dr. Howell to try
his hand at artificial rain-making,
everybody was moaning about the
water shortage. New York was
, being called "Sahara on the
Six weeks later the shortage
isn't over, but hardly a day has
gone by that New York hasn't had
rain, snow, sleet, fog or all of
them in combination.
Last week end the Giants and
Dodgers were rained out—not for
the first time.
Yesterday, the publicity-minded
management of Palisades Amuse
ment Park, across the Hudson
River in New Jersey, offered to
double Dr. Howell’s $100-a-day
salary—if he’d call the rain-mak
ing off.
“Perhaps science can develop
something that would eliminate
clouds,” wired the owners, whose
usual crowds have been staying
home out of the rain.
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The New York Post interviewed;
j citizens at random, found the ver
dict four to one against rain
j “If this stinking weather we’ve'
been having is due to artificial
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Ter pains and aches as bad as
imine!” said a writer to the Daily
Dr. Howell has tried eight times,
to make rain, usually by “seed-!
,ing” the clouds with sodium
| iodide. Rain has fallen each time,
but Mr. Howell won’t take credit'
—or blame.
Farley a Grandfather
NEW YORK, May 3 OP).—James
A. Farley, former postmaster gen-,
leral. became a grandfather yes
terday. A daughter was bom in
Doctors Hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
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beth Mary Farley.
North Cleveland Heights
Opposes Home Rule Bill
The North Cleveland Heights
I Citizens’ Association last night op
posed passage of the Kefauverj
home rule bill.
A summary of the bill's provi
! sions was presented by W. A. Gal
I lahan, vice president. Following
this, James S. Beattie of the
Washington Board of Trade, spoke
against the bill.
“No so-called home rule is really
ithat unless it includes the right
i to vote for President and Vice
President, and includes represen
tation in Congress,” Mr. Beattie
| concluded.
The meeting, conducted by J
B. Dickman, was held in the
; Hearst school. Thirty-seventh and
Tilden streets N.W.
| —
PTA to Hold Bazaar
The Oyster Elementary School
PTA will hold its annual bazaar
from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow m
the school. Proceeds will be used
by the PTA for school needs.
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Dr. Potter to Give Talk
On 'India' at Library
Dr. Pitman B. Potter, pro
fessor of international law at
| American University, will speak
Ion “India, the United States and
World Peace” at S:30 o’clock to
night in the Whittall Pavilion
of the Library of Congress.
Dr. Potter, whose talk will be
presented under a grant from the
Taraknath Das Foundation, re
turned recently from six months
in India, where he served as visit
ing lecturer at the University of
New Delhi.
Park View Businessmen
Choose Carl K. Lane
The Park View Business Asso
ciation last night elected Carl K
Lane president to succeed Max C
Other officers elected by the
meeting in the City Bank. 3608
Georgia avenue N.W., were Harry
Bord, first vice president; Joseph
Salins. second vice president; Irv
ing Titlebaum. recording secre
tary. and Adam Offenbacher
One-fourth of Iowa's counties
bear names of Indian origin.
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