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Some U.S. officials were deeply skeptical. Speaking before Pompeo’s announcement, two senior U.S. officials involved in U.S.-North Korea policy voiced fears Kim was trying to drive a wedge between Washington and Seoul. At the summit, the two Koreas agreed on plans to resume economic cooperation, including working to reconnect rail and road links. They agreed as well to restart a joint factory park in a border city of Kaesong and tours to the North’s Mount Kumgang resort, when conditions are met. U.S. officials suggested Kim was trying to ease the economic pressure on him to curb his nuclear programs and to undercut the rationale for U.S. troops being based in South Korea by improving relations with Seoul. The United States has some 28,500 U.S. troops in South Korea to deter North Korean attack.
It has since been demolished and a car dealership stands in its place. River Walk designer Robert H.H. Hugman created this luxury home for… Last Sunday’s column began an answer to Marlene Richardson’s question about the life and family of Martha Jane Heath, who was the editor of the San Antonio Express “women’s department” from 1930 to 1935. H-E-B to hire hundreds of employees for new digital HQ in Austin Born in 1882, Heath built on the skills she had acquired as a housewife and mother to establish herself as what the newspaper proudly announced as “one of America’s foremost exponents of cooking and home economics.” Crafts, houseplants, bridal wear, hairdressing, party refreshments and “household leaks” all were in her purview. When a reader asked how to frost light bulbs for a party, she knew: Soak clear bulbs in a solution of alum in water, with dye in the desired color. Some of the unsigned items on Heath’s pages might have been rewritten from corporate press releases, such as a list of canned soups — recognizable as Campbell’s — with a recommendation to “serv(e) a different one each day.” There’s also some forthright promotion of advertisers’ products. In “Martha Jane’s Menus,” covering three meals a day for a week in the Sunday paper, brand names often were specified: AusTex chili products, Cot-O-Nut shortening, Imperial sugar, KC baking powder, Pioneer Flour, Rice Hotel Coffee, WearEver aluminum utensils and many more, some of which were advertised on the same page. The cooking schools Heath conducted in the “handsome, big auditorium” on the fifth floor of the newspaper building included the opportunity to view the Trades Exhibit Hall, “a permanent exhibit of products from manufacturers of pure foods.” While most of Heath’s recipes were made from scratch, home cooks of the time could try new convenience foods, and she incorporated them without apology — All-Bran waffle mix, Underwood’s Simplifry codfish cakes and other time-saving products. A feature on making an “outdoor picnic Mexican dinner” required minimal preparation: Boil a large pot of water over a campfire and drop in a can each of chili and tamales. Her weekly menus were aspirational, especially for Depression-era households.
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