limited use found for ceiling lights; experts endorse them for the living room, but not for kitchen or laundry
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Last night, at the Electric Women\'s Roundtable in The Herald Tribune auditorium, experts spoke and put the central ceiling lamps in place.
Although it is suitable for general lighting in the living room, it is criticized as inadequate when used alone in the kitchen or laundry room, as most of the work is done around the room.
A version of the file to view the full article in The Time Machine appears on page 28 of the New York edition on May 14, 1947, with the title: limited use of ceiling lights;
Experts are recognized for the living room, but not for the kitchen and laundry.