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NOtTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMIS. FayttMvill*, Arkanio*. Thundoy, February 31, 1WJ Industrialists And Scientists Tackle Way To Clean Up The Air,- Answer Would Be A Godsend To Housewives, Slaves To Dustrags New York-(/P)-How 1o clean up | And if they come up wllh an the air is the problem. 31 was answer it will be a godsend to In; tackled this week by some 250 industrialists and scientists. numerable housewives who are slaves of the duslclcith and the ALL TABLE LAMPS 1/2 Pricu 2 KROEHLER LIVING ROOM SUITES Reg. $159.50 $9 These Prices Good February 29 Only! FREE! $12.95 Table Lamp To the Lady With Our Number in Women's Day Treasure Hunt SEE IT ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW Register at Chamber of Commerce Link Way Stores Co. 24 E. Center Phone 162 cleaning rag--and 1o innumerable sufferers from respiratory infec-1 lions, w h i c h includes almost j everyone some time or other. | , The Manufacturing Chemists Association is tackling the problem at the moment But a^nost everyone who starts a fire, in or out of business,.or who stirs up the dry soil in the .more open spaces, is involved in n way. The chemists report steady progress is being made, with industry spending millions of dollars to abate pollution. The problem has two facets: The responsibility ol industry to halt or abate the pollution of the community's air. and the need of industry to protect the health of those, working in i'.; mills and factories. . The public sils in on it, too, both as a sufferer from pollution and also as the one who.ultimately :iays for the equipment used to orcvcnt industrial air pollution-since equipment costs affects the price of goods to the consumer. Modern ways of tackling air oollution are pointed out by Dr. Hamhctt P. Hunger of the Ballelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, Ohio. He told the chemists' conference, about them as Hhcyapply not only to industrial plants but to railroads, public buildings, in- f i n :rators and commercial boiler plants. Three principal types of air contamination arc heavy dirt, fine ^articles and noxious v gases. At Battcllc, Dr. Mungcr says, they've just developed a "directional dirt- fall collector" that not only tells how much dirt falls but from which direction it comes. They're adding a 'new directional wind-hour meter to tell how many Ijours the wind blows from different directions. Thus the culpri! can be tracked down, or induced to operate when the wind normally, blows another way. Â· ' In the design stages is a meter for measuring and recording the concentration of fine particles in the air. It is expected to distinguish between black or tarry particles and light-colored ones, similar to fly ash. "The newer techniques make p c _ . i b l c the study of the concentration of Â·!Â· contaminants at various altitudes as well as at ground level," Dr. Munger .says. "Farsightcrf company officials can study meteorological condition;, above a new plant site before the shovel starts excavating for the building foundations." Down in Atlanta, Ga., they're OPENSEASON! MAP YfAK WOMEN! It's your day. Your day lo hunt bargains he wijl bÂ« amazed you found. Check his siie in socks or sheet and the size coat he Wears, then we will bÂ« able to humbly help you, the boss of the house, fit your mate. P. S.--Just to put our salesmen in their place, they will wear aprons all day tomorrow. Come in and get a laugh as well as a bargain. DUPONT NYLON HOSE PAIR FOR $ 1 Â· Double Sole High Heel Â· 54 Gauge Wrap Â· All Sizes 10 to 13 Â· Nylon Reinforced Toe Heel Â· All First Quality Â· Full Color Range DUPONT WATER REPELLENT WINDBREAKER ONLY $ 3 Â· Zclan Treated Â· Vat Dyed, Sanforized Â· Approved for Rcpcllcncy by Better Fabric Testing Bureau Â· Colors Tan Grey Â· All Sizes attacking Industrial cleanliness at Institute of Industrial Sanitation siiys Indus.ry hns huge lenses from destructive waste of products and spoilage which can be corrected or prevented and the Institute is tackling some of these problems on a fee basis. - The majority of television stations are in the states norlh c[ the Ohio River and extending from the Atlantic to the Western plain area. jTest For Horse Meat Simple--If You Happen To Be A Chemist And Have A Laboratory Columbus, Ohio-W)-'.!avo you been wondering i/ that succulent hamburger is cow . m e a t or horse meat? Well, if t h e riucsUnn bothers ynu c'lmiRh, you can test j o u r own meat nnd find out. ThM is, you can if you have the equipment and ma- terial. Whiil docs it take? Time for one thing. I I . D. Hrain, chief bscu-rioliislsl of the Ohio Agriculture Department's laboratory, ran make a test ir. about Â·IS minutes "Hut, normal procedure," he *aid, "Toulrt require apprnxlmale- !y one and n n r - h y i f hours to test the HUM I thoroughly." li then filtered through fiber. Then comes t h e ' a n t l s e r u m , ' I t . obtained by tnjcetlnf. e x t r a c t ' e | f f : And, you must havo chejnkvilf, i ^-rie meat Inlb II rabbit. After IncliiriliiR one railed anilscrum. | two or three weeks, blood It taken Herd's how Drain does It: j f i o m the rabblf. The blooo contain? i", , He lnkÂ» 50 grams of meat h e - ' 1 " i-ntihody which will react wflgf !? wishes to lest. To It he adds inn tl)c Â«all-mra( solution. . cubic centimeter* of a salt solu-! It will react unÂ» way If It (i lion. 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