•MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1956 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Industry Steps Up Air Pollution Fight ' ' By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Industry — which has spent around one billion dollars to offset its pollution of air and water — is stepping up the fight on all fronts: Including its unfortunate assault on the nation's nostrils. Most states now have • Itws on the subject of pollution as It affects streams and harbors,. A congressional committee this session Is expected to look into the matter on the federal level. Cities fight the problem. Foreign countries also are adopting American methods. -..'_.'. ..; Cities may perfect natgodsjof making once polluted waterra for drinking as far as .danger of disease goes and still have remaining problems of unpleasant tastes and odors in tap .water. Industrial odors can.be los'tly ,,;• they can.affect the value of t,eal|;"V estate and, as, in the case of. smok'e damage, for.example.,. ruin-the : 5ale of merchandise, - -; IB-Plant Problems Odors also create in-plant problems, as well as rucktises with the neighbors. ^Sometimes they affect the processing rot go-is, especially foods. More often have 8 .direct bearing on labor relations. With industrial expansion the problems increase. Some of -the , classic ones are steel mill slag, nonferrous metals smelters, chemical plants,, canneries, slaughter houses, brewing—not to overlook illegal distilling ol white mule. : With all of these, except the last, Industry has grappled with considerable success, using refrigeration, air conditioning; Improved ventilation and disinfectants. ''"'Since the'.war several firms'have made a direct assault-on the problem by producing chemicals that combine with odors-to make them Innocuous. . • . On Two Front* The problem Is attacked on two fronts.. Industrial odor control specialists say they' use laboratory methods to study the specific odors on Individual Industrial processes. These may call for different chemical arrangements/on special technique^ In. applications. . '_ Among the first to turn to -this were restaurants. Cities also use this' service' getting liquids which can be sprayed into .the exhaust stacks of sewage disposal plants! Air guns sprayed into the stacks of ships Improve their In-port social etiquette. : . The second special ^classification Is smoke odor control.'Penetrating fumes of a smoky fire often can do great monetary damage to goods than escaped the fire or water. . In one New York textile ware'- house fire cloth_ valued at $30,000 was contaminated with smoke and seemingly made valueless. For four days chemicals were sprayed In the storage areas through portable vaporizers. Specialists report It Was Love at Second Sight For Grace and Her Prince CHICAGO W1—dritce Kelly says her romance with Prince Rainier lU was love at second sight. Smiling happily, the honey- blonde actress told some 70 reporters and photographer: yesterday 'how she met and was courted by the handsome monarch of ttay .n...<. -.^w. .hi. Mt.nH. ry' after Easter. "I've been In love , before— but never in love, like this," she said. She met the prince at his palace In Monte Carlo last May, she said, but didn't date him and didn't feel at all romantic about him. It was a -different story Christmas Day at the home of her wealthy parei ts in Philadelphia. ''Prince Rainier had- Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Austin of Margate, N.J., Miss Kelly's aunt and uncle. After dinner the Austins brought him calling at the Kelly home. "Then it -apparently was love at first sight, or rather second sight," Miss -Kelly said, smiling. Sliowed Ring "Rainier ^ropbsed sometime during Christmas week after asking my father's permission." •She held lip 'her hand, showing the engagement ring of rubies and diamonds, and another gift from Rainier— a bracelet of heavy gold links with a pendant Monaco gold coin. • Tlje prince, 32, and Miss Kelly, 26, parted Saturday for the first time since their engagement. She is -en route to Hollywood to complete - a motion picture commitment. He is driving to Florida for Blood ClotStoos Perfect Record ATLANTA (IPt— Hugh Allen misted attending Sunday school for the first time In more than 34 yean yesterday. He suffered a blood clot on a lung and was taken to Emory Hospital for treatment. Allen, treasurer of his class at Decatur Presbyterian Church, figured he attended Sunday school for 1,766 consecutive weeks without a miss. the smoke odor completely removed from the cloth st a cost of »300. End advance for PMi of Monday, Jan. 9. deep sea fishing. Miss Kelly said Rainier will decide where-the wedding will be held, soon aftei April 1. ' "After we're married, my emphasis is going to be on our mar* riage," she said when asked about her future movie-making plans. -"n»rf.f Inly . n.«lnl»r will head of 'the. family...Shouldn't a husband always be the head? . . . No, I don't think European men are more romantic American men." She said an incident Monte Carlo ball in New Friday night upset her but did not cause a quarrel. A dark-haired woman rushed up to the prince tf the party and kissed him on the cheek. In New York yesterday, Senorlta Qraciela Lev! Castillo ot Ecuador identified herself as the who.did the kissing. She said the kiss was meant as-a token of good wishes and that she had known the prince several years. "Yes, I vas upset," Miss Kelly said. ". . . And I don't think that Rainier liked it-either. Rainier said that he did not know the lady who did the kissing." Movie Critic Award Made HOLLYWOOD (If} r- Francis 3. Carmody, motion picture editor of the Washington, D.C., Evening Star, Is the winner of the Screen.Direc- tors Guild's annual critics' award. George Sidney, guild president, •aid yesterday that Carmody was named as' "the critic whose reviews during the past year were judged to be the most percepUve and conducive to the betterment of motion pictures." Carmody will receive tht award in Los Angeles Jan. 99, Mama Knows Best CHARLESTON, W. Va. (;?}—Robert Thomas, 31, was hailed into Municipal Court,on complaint of his mother. Mrs. Ella Thomas -told Judge James A. McWhorter her son came home drunk, cut the telephone wires and ripped off the door of her refrigerator. The verdict: 30 days in jail on a charge of disorderly conduct. a reason to be happy! Money when you .need it! The things .that make life happier for you and~your family are available with one of our fully protected saving*, accounts. . 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Jean-Paul, a Quebec City, lawyer in his father's old firm, was elected as a Liberal member from the Quebec constituency of Temiscouata in a by-election Sept. 26. He got a majority of about 4,000 votes over Rainier Plans Florida Stay, WILMINGTON, Del. W)—Prince Rainier of Monaco leaves today on a motor tyip to Palm Beach, Fla., where he will spend 10 days to two weeks fishing and visiting friends before leaving for Hollywood to join his fiancee, actress Grace Kelly. The sovereign of the tiny Mediterranean principality spent a quiet wkend here and yesterday assumed the role of "just a humble citizen paying homage to a great man"— his personal chaplain, The Very Rev. J. Francis Tucker. The priest, a native of Wilmington, celebrated his 50th anniversary of entrance into religious life yesterday. Progressive Conservative Jean-Paul Berube. Some 20,000 votes were cast. Most of Nation Is Fair, Cold By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rain, drizzle and fog plagued the New England coast today as the remainder of the nation enjoyed fair, but rather cold, weather. Warm air along the coast held rainfall to a quarter of an inch generally although Worcester, Mass., reported S3 at an inch and Hartford, Conn., .42 In a six-hour period. Freezing rain drove Inland into New Jersey, eastern and central New York and eastern Pennsylvania. Warm moist air moved westward over this region to spread light precipitation as far west as Ohio and West Virginia. The temperature throughout most of the country, with the exception of the New England coas and the Gulf region, was about 32. It included most of the mid-continent an dspread westward to the Rockies. The Great Lakes was a bit colder, where temperatures were 15 or less. . Earl? Inventor Credit for the invention of the gasoline motor c&r sometimes is given to Siegfried. 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