Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 12
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July 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfc •OOKCAIt MIAMOAR* COLONIAL MAHI WAOON WHftl MAPI! lIMfft OAK MODIHN Ki & '<" ( v* / ".i "%.' i ?!>", v \ ifc t jug|M',ul^^^* Jfc £.^~K *>*»* ;Sv ^ fh« Mopte Sunk* May B* Us«cf as 2 Stparat* B«dt Otiif n Styling In (Uid ind Foptboirdi! _ • Wi^^|J|^hZ*W' _^f i CHOICE! 8-Pc. BUNK BED OUTFITS with MATTRESS PAIR Included At This Low Price I i BEDDING BUYS • Guardrail • 2 Springs • Bunk Beds • Ladder • 2 Seo/y Mattresses Where have you ever seen o CHOICE of 3 Hand- iomely Styled Bunk Beds like these at O-N-E ROCK-BOTTOM'LOW PRICE! Nowhere but Bied- ermans .. . who scoured the markets to find not one, not two, but THREE popular styles frorn which to choose! Each group is sturdy, they'll take years of hard wear! 2 SEALY MATTRESSES Included $1 DOWN 7 HOLLYWOOD BED CHOICE H6ADBOARD LOW PRICE ,•*& PLUS These Low-Cost Bedding Buys! * •* ^ *"' : STUDIO LOUNGE Thii smart pillow-back Lounge convert-., into single, double or twin beds! 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NOW low pnctd at $59; ^ .>•" FLUFFY PILLOWS. . .. cuili cifiti curry TUFTLESS Mattress and Box Spring >»' ess: V* ADJUSTABU Metal led From* with purchoM of Mils Mt $1 DOWN What a Fabulous Slumber Sttl It'i TUFTLESS -you won't find button*, bumps or lump* to disturb your healthful sleep ... the firm mnerspnng unit if Cushioned With FOAM-kUBBER and th«n encastd in o romon strip* NYLON Reinforced eovtr for long wear! 5og-r«*i&tant, prebuilt bordtr, oir vt ntt ond hondlf* ore other features! To moke it o Bargain Beyond Compare, we've included o Metal Bed Frame FREE with every Ensemble purchased-in full or twin size -ONLY $59. YOUR MONEY BACK IN 80 DAYS Only BiMtemuint Dependable Quality gives you this cUicaJiiee . . Youi Money Back in 30 Day« U you cap not be (-omnletalv satisfied with Bledermani §«rvtaf and Quality Value*! Op«n Monday & Friday Nights BROADWAY and PIASA Dividends From Space Investments fly ULMAN Sctenre *-n-»re WHtor WASHINGTON — Billions of dollars already have been pour- pd Into space research and biirn- ed up In rocket launches; and In the next decade, the United States will spend another $30 to $50 billion on its space program. The financial investment is stagRpring: but. happily, so flre the benefits already received as well as the promise of future dividends. Our efforts In space have greatly advanced medical research. ftydrazine, a llo^jld missile propellent, has proved useful in treating certain mefttal | illnesses and tuberculosis. Space- 1 designed electronic equipment is being adapted to measure body i temperature and blood flow. Film I resistance thermometers, highly ! useful in medical research, are another development from the. I space program. The unexpected and important breakthrough from the one discovery of the medical value of (hydrazine alone cannot be cal- iculated in dollars and cents. I Pyroceram, developed for mis- Isile radomes (housing for radar i antennas), has made possible better and more attractive pots and pans for the modern kitchen. Satellite scan devices are being used in such domestic infrared appliances as lamps, roasters, and ovens, Better portable radio and television sets are available now because of miniature electronics and bearings used in and designed originally for satellites. New Material* -j There are new materials, fabrics, alloys and compounds t&at •are being adapted for consupv er commercial markets. Silicones used for motor ;insulation and subzero lubricants ! required for space are being Used in new glass-making techjii- Iques for countless products lor both home and industry. » Engines, automatic pilots, radar systems and flight equipment, developed for space already have been used to improve conventional aircraft. Missiles have been used to help build the St. Lawrence Seaway and are bringing down the high costs of quarrying, thus making economically available new sources of ore and hydrocarbons. In the future, mail may become almost as swift as telephone when guidance devices, now being developed, make possible 'soft landings necessary for Commercial rocket cargo $ n d passenger transport. ,< A new welding process using a high-powered electron beam will mean stronger and more fire-resistant buildings and homes in the future at more economical cost. Space research has provided new tools for .food and agriculture. Infrared blanching is a new and effective technique in preparing foods for canningiand j freezing. A new forage ImrveeU'r 1 based on principles of aeriody- inamics dveloped by missile? en- jgineers is a spaceage contribution to the age-old profession oi fanning. The development of new foods for growth in the confines of a space cabin may prove to be a valuable food source as the world population climbs and our conventional food sources ded$jne. Weather Modification F Weather modification is aapth- er promise of the space agepur- ther in the future. But bftter understanding of weather ,J?ro- 'ceses soon may make accurate, j long-range weather preditjtion . possible which would mean "Jnil- ! lions of dollars saved by %in.ij | able to know when to plant i crops as well as being abl* to avoid crop damage. |f The Army's work on an I radiation drug not only won invaluable in civil defense event of atomic war, bu would be a great protection;? f Diatomic workers in peaceful ur- suits. The axiom that you hav spend money to make mo amply demonstrated in the program which has opened |?ast new industries, thus increajjing the demand for workers land specialists, scientists and nicians to an all-time nil creasing employment and a) income. Thelne are some of the atxle rewards reaped from in space as reported by 'the House Committee on Seduce and Astronautics in The Wac- itcal Values of Space Expfera- llons. But probably the gre|test benefit may come in that<i as nations strive to conquer .space. the high cost o' space expfya- tion may force nations sic-lying to conquer that area to give/ up conquering each other. MAO ABOUT ATLANTA. 111. (AP) - |bhn White's interest in meteoriUf is more than mere curiosity. / The 52-year-old television A repairman Mas standing in his yard when he heard a whu, a thud on his head. A pebble-like meteorite bas mrnmg a hole in his cup aiMtnad cut his lit'ad. ; NUM While i-Uiigs lo the Mm* bean-sued meteorite as proof ( ijtudifo

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