The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 15
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AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD 4 f Thursday, Jon. 15, '59 13 EYEFUL, NOT EIFEI— Piercing the sky over Tokyo is this newly completed TV tower. It. is 1,092 feet in height, making it 100 feet taller than the Eiffel Tower which it resembles. It serves four stations. The observatory level is 377 feet up. Strong Element Is Produced by Scientists WASHINGTON (AP) - Government scientists have produced the first casting of molybdenum, a metallic element which has excellent strength at high temperatures, Th» Interior Department de- «ribed this at a major metallurgical breakthrough of importance to space and missile programs. Simple Casting Marling J. Ankeny, director of the Bureau of Mines, said scientists at the agency's Albany, Ore., laboratory had produced a simple cylindrical molybdenum casting. He said the metallurgists now are trying to improve techniques so intricate shapes can be created by the process. He said such intricate Items would advance the development of missiles, rockets and satellites, giving the misilo engineer greater flexibility of design and a cheaper way to construct vital components. The strength which molybdenum ' has at high temperatures is needed for certain applications in missile parts. The metal increases the hardness and strength of steel. Destroyed Crucibles But its high melting point — 4,748 degrees Fahrenheit — destroyed the crucibles used in earlier attempts to cast it. By comparison, pure iron melts at 2,795 degrees. Her» Is how th» casting was made: Under remote-control conditions, a high-density electric arc was used to melt a 30-pound charge of molybdenum in a water-cooled copper-lined melting pot. Series of Troughs The intensely hot material was poured through a series of troughs into a rotating graphite cylinder that forced the metal to the walls of the rotating mold. There the metal consolidated, froze and produced a hollow molybdenum cyl inder 4V4 inches wide and 8 inchei long. The United States haa about 90 per cent of tho world's known molybdenum reserves, moat of 1' In Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Cali fornia, New Mexico and Nevada Grimes Recovering From Operation • DES MOINES tB— Burleigh Grimes, 65, one-time pitching ace in the National League, was re ported recovering Wednesday from a hernia operation at Iowa Methodist Hospital. Grimes has been living on hi farm in Missouri since he retiree recently. He managed the Brook lyn Dodgers in 1937-38. Later hi scouted for several major league flubs. Grimes' wife is the former Ine Martin of Des Moines. In the United States, not counting Alaska and the territories, there are C22 million acres of forestland, about one- third of all tho land area of the country. Of this total, 162 million acres are classed as "noncommercial." This includes alpine, scmidesert and other areas not suited for commercial growth of timber, (parks and other public areas. ^ gaeyoloptdt* Britannic* STORE HOURS-OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.-SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. . i ™ W« fteserva fftt fttSht to Umlf Quantifies NATIONAL'S 3-STAR * * *CORN-FED BEEF! ONLY NATIONAL DARES OFFER YOU A DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ON ALL YOUR MEAT PURCHASES THESE ARE NO ORDINARY STEAKS! Specially Selected by the Geo. A. Hormel Co. ROUND TENDER, JUICY, DELICIOUS ^^^••^^ fciP^» NATIONAL'S 3-STAR *** CORN-FED BEEF HORMEL VALUE - tfcri SIRLOIN VT.BONE Hi or PORTER HOUSE NATIONAL'S 3-STAR *** CORN-FED BEEF Bacons 49 C BEEF WHOLE m 4* . GroundBee* 4Q< $ U AR "RS Cut and Wrapped for Your Freexer at No Extra Cost. FRESH ALL MIAT HEADLESS and DRESSED Herring HIND QUARTERS 1C CUT and WRAPPED for Tow f REEZER at NO KTRA COIT Lb. .. NEWPORT-Sweet Tender •••BH^^^k. •••••MB MBMMK _____ STOCK UP! SOLID PACK-Red Ripe No. 303 17-oz. Cans SAVE TODAY! JOifl .Htmsr) " GARDEN FRESH' CUT GREEN or CUT WAX No. 303 15'/2.ox. Cans ^WgSJK! 5 ^ •^••••"••••••••'^^^^^^••••*>3<<*^.\i»Xv:*X^gg^mfm VELVEETA KRAFT PROCESSED CHEESE SPREAD FROZEN FOODS DEPT. STRAWBERRIES 5 ,0.0, $100 pk?i. • BERRY HILL SIBB'S—Froze. Sliced hi Sugar Apple Dumplings 3% 69' 'GARDEN FRESH COR CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL No. 303 16-ox. Cans You Can Be Sure of the Finest Quality Fruits and Vegetables at NATIONAL! SEEDLESS-White or Pink U. S. No. 1 PH VW ip ^HAf 96 Si*. H • • * 1^1^ CBC Thin • •*• for Skinned WASHINGTON - STATE Bushel 9"il98 Box 3CCULC33—wmre or Pink GRAPEFRUIT FRIDAY-Shoestring BEETS No. 303 16-oz. Cans Delicious APPLES Vi CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY "STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS" CRISP and Stalk CRUNCHY Bird SEED Witt Sun Flewtr Setdi CHAMP =K.-! 5 f ss- ••.?» SSLf-s»^»'«Kjf ^ u*niinnkii ** 7 ^ wwivino or SALAD MACARONI , , ,3 P7 j£ 35 C HATCOOIL , , . ^ »f w PRUNES .... SOUP M.XIS BSPTrTw Bi«.. .6 NOODLE or ^^ . *• ^ _ SALERNQ Hf INZ D«iry BUCK Jar TOMATO VEGETABLE „ *<«• C ^« R "W HEINZ FIRST PRIZE BUTTER COOKIES Sf 31' TOMATO SOUP . 3 'S? 35 C WJWLE SYRW . l c UNH-WU . . 'Si PILISBURY'S—BUTTUUIU _ 65° PANCAKE MIX ., ^ 21 C UPTON'S TIA FIRST PRIZE 33* 24-ot.

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