Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
Page 11
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PHONE •IIDIRMANI HO 2-9271 TODAY for Mil Shop. At*Moitte Service Our earptt representative will bring over 200 samples of thli and other fin* corptt to your homo any day or evening at your convenience . .. obiolutoly no obligatroni tnoriv CARPET 3 ROOMS Wall-to-Wa I in 100 WOOL or NYLON fiOP I >l'"| 30 Sq. Yds. NO MONEY DOWN Terms As low As S1O Month Now you can carpet your ENTIRE Living Room, Dining Room and Holl with luxurious 100% Wool or 100% Nylon Carpeting at this ridiculously LOW price! All padding and labor is included in the cost, too! And wait 'til you see it! You'll love the rich, luxury textures . . . the delightfully thick pile . . . the decorator tweed colors! 12' widths only. Larger or Smaller Areas Carpeted Complete with Padding and Labor • vlC* Fabulous Values at NO MONEY DOWN... Liberal Credit Terms! 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It's Biggorl 23" screen with flatter surface to insure sharper, undis* torted pictures! Ultra-slim with giant-size picture that is Transformer Powered for best reception no matter -where you live!/ 1-Yeor Parts Warranty, $5. Beautiful slim-* line styling, the Swivel base, extra. 5 Year \ Picture Tube WARRANTY INCLUDED j on )'K''ii PIUS FRii 5-Year Warranty en Admiral Etched Circuits Admiral Wide-Angle New 19" Portable TV 95 Featured In •orgoln Carnival of Voluoil 79 NO MONIY DOWN Nevtr 10 large o picture in such a small cabinot and the flatter surface insures •harper, undistorted pictures! Pull 172' sq. in. viewing area of viewing pleasure! Golden Signet Tuner far added sound clarity! 1-Yeor Parti Warranty, $5 extra 5-Y.or Picture) Tube Warranty Mudod on »ro-lo*od lotli of Alton ENIOAOWAY euul RNAfA New Step in BigMohole Project Seen WASHINGTON. D. C. - An area planned tor th*> drilling experi- nents of the Mnholp projpct will surveyed nrxt month. The survey is a preliminary st*t> f o- ward the drilling of H hole through he earth's canst. The survey will be conducted in a ten-mile-squatr area off Guada- upc Island. This area has been narrowed down from a much Ian?T area originally surveyed off the Mexican coast. It was learned here that this Pacific area is now "pretty definitely" planned as the site of the experimental drilling In early 1961. The experimental drilling will test equipment and theory before the big drilling when the earth will be pierced to its mantle, a layer about three miles below the earth floor in this part of the Pacific Ocean. However, the area to be surveyed may not necessarily be used for the final drilling of the Mohole. • To Make Survey The survey will be made from the Orca, a ship of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla. Calif. Willard Bascom will lead the survey. He is project director of the National Academy of Sciences' AMSOC Committee, which is running the Mohole project. The survey is designed to "reconfirm" the proposed experimental drilling site, a member oi the Mohole team reported. In this area, the mantle lies about three miles below the ocean floor. Present drilling 1 equipment can go this deep. If the drilling were done on land there would be few problems. But the mantle is deeper under dry land. Thus the drilling must be done from a barage. The drilling rig must go through 1,200 feet ol water before it hits the ocean bottom. All the foreseeable problems- such underwater currents that may bend the drilling rig and surface currents that may move the drilling ship — have been met on paper. "Mathematically," the experimental holes have already been drilled. The figuring fills the office ol j the National Academy of Sciences' I AMSOC Committee, the group j leading the project here. The theory and the math will meet their test next year in experimental drilling. Besides testing theory, the experimental drilling will explore the depth of sediment in various spots. The drilling will also de^ termine whether Mohole should j b > drilled at or on top of a ridge j in the ocean or a valley. I To Drill Shallow The preliminary drilling will be shallow. It will not come near to piercing the earth's crust. But the preliminary drilling is expected to give man new knowledge about ocean silt and to bring up some material from the earth's upper crust. Up until now, scientists have relied largely on outcropping, earthquake waves and explosions for information about the interior ol the earth. The slender Mohole drill may change that. Cores taken from the hole should shed light on the origin of the earth and its evolution. The cores may provide an uninterrupted record of the earth's development for two billion years. The project takees its name from the Moho, an irregular dividing line between the crust of the earth and its mantle. The crust may be as deep as 32 miles below continents.. Under the crust, the mantle extends 1.800 miles. The mantle's rock is believed to be ir a plastic state. In the center of the earth is a nuclear or core with a radius ol :',160 miles. SEARCH FOB RARE ORB RESUMED IN GUIANA The government of British Guiana is renewing its prospecting for merumite, Georgetown reports. The probing for the rare mineral used in the manufacture ol chromium and chromium compounds IB being jdone in a 35 mile long area I along the Merume River. DREAM BOAT DOMES TRUE! Uwk lato the •I Uur U>nv»nJaat •OAT - FINANCINQ IUMMV aU4IUt MIUSTATES FINANCE W. »U Mile* tt. Mots HO MU«

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