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Even at double the price, New York City's $100-a-day rainmakers won't stop making rain.
That's the reply University meteorologist Wallace E. Howell '36 sent today to the management of Palisades, N.J., Park which offered him $200 a day to end his rainmaking chore for New York.
The amusement park just across the Hudson from New York complained that rain-either by Howell or nature--was hurting business. Howell telegraphed the park management, rejecting the offer saying it "would be a fraud."
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