K TMrty.Two THE WESTFTEM) (S. J.) LEADER
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1952
tion was announced at the Atlan-
ever, the iron ore was considers
inferior and the original compan; GOP Women Charles H. Frankenbach of 856
tic City meeting of the association
last week, when Roy H. MacBean
lost its investment, not realizim of Cranford WBB elected president, j
that the ore was better suited fo
a rarer metal: titanium.
This metal is twice as heavy a:
Open Ike Shop' Dorian road, has been re-elected
for a sixth term, as director of the
The kingdom of God is within
National Association of Insurance
aluminum and about half as hea
You May Not Know TRENTON — A combina t i o
as steel but has the highes North Jersey headquarters an Agents. Mr. Frankenbach's selec- you.—Christ Jesus
strength we'ght ratio. It has man] "Ike Shop" will be opened in New
air, marine and general militar; ark today by the New Jersej
After teaching chemistry and uses. At the present time it
physics at Central City High priced at about $5 a pound in
School, Neb. Mr. Dahlstrom went sponge state.
Women's State Republican Club.
Mrs. 0. Blake Willcox of En
glewood, president of. the club
In every state
to the University of Chicago where
he later studied under a fellowship Dr. Dahlstrom directs researcl said the headquarters and shop is
with the metal as well as with th
provided by the National Lead Co. pigments which arc obtained fror located at 60 Park place, near the
In every city
From 1930 to 1933, ho was a re- titanium. These pigments mak Hotel Robert Treat. Mrs. C. Col-
search chemist at the Brooklyn white paint and make it possibli burn Hardy of Orange will be i In town and country
plint of National Lead and in for a painter to cover much mon charge.
1934 he spent one year in the St. surface with a most lasting finis
Louis plant working in every de-
National Lead Co. produci
partment and in the various labor- paint under the trade name "Dutch
Boy," was one of the earliest com> will also be open in the evenings.
Always doing research in the panies to use titanium to produce
The headquarters and shop wi
be manned by volunteers and wi
be open doily from 10 a.m. unt
5 p.m. Later in the campaign j
In smart resorts
All over America.. you'll see
to the NEW
The "Ike Shop,", patterned aft* well dressed women wearing
titanium division, Dr. Dahlstrom white paints and supplies man) a similar enterprise in New York
became assistant director in 1938 leading paint manufacturers with and other cities, is a non-profit Naturalizer's
and director of research in 1943 at these pigments, "Titanox," for use outlet for jewelry, hats, shirts and
the Sayreville plant. At the pres- in making paints. ties, boosting the presidential can-
ent time he is technical director for Before titanium was used as ar didacy of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
t/r'vMnttiat reeeirch activities in the titanium division, directing re- ingredient in producing paint pig-
* ' - * - ' " « , a relatively new metal Also available at the headquar
rch activities and development ment most of the white paints con-
only recently has been ex- and engineering, holding this posi- tained zinc oxide, lithopone or ters will be literature, buttons,
' (rent ores in it* pure state, tion since 1948. auto stickers and other materia
' • white lead. At the Sayreville an for Republican candidates.
| t t the vocation of Roy Dahlstrom, Although titanium was discov- St. Louis plants, the pigments are
-'technical director for the titanium ered in 1789, it is never found in made and from there they are Principal headquarters of the
;iiviiio» of the National Lead Co. the metallic state but is obtained shipped to paint companies all ove Women's State Republican Club is
Mr. Dahlstrom, who has been from minerals which contain iron. the United States.
the National Lead Co. since The chief source of titanium in the An interesting sidelight of the Who seeks for heaven alone to
received his Ph.D. degree in United States is the Adirondacks titanium research was the devel- save his soul may keep the path,
•4 the University of and National Lead also has titan- opment of titania gems which have mt will not reach the goal; while
Bora in De Soto, Neb., ium mines in Florida and Nor-'more fire than diamonds and gain he who walks in love may wander
prepared for the teaching pro- way. The titanium quarries in the more brilliance under artificial far, yet God will bring him where
• t Peru State Teachers Adirondacks were originally open- light. Dr. Dahistrom's name ap- he blessed are.—Henry Van Dyke
ed «a a source of iron ore; how- pears on this patent and many
Fact is, ifs just in back of
[iQeilega ia Nebraska.
others. . ' \
These gems were- 'discovered
titanium division, Dr. Dahlntrom
makes frequent trips to plants
H I M : AAAA-C, 4 I*
, • » » • , deck Calf
— a n d w e hope you will
when researchers made large crys-
throughout the United States. At
Now Open to 5 M V « YOU! tals of titanium dioxide to study
its properties. When these large
crystals were formed, a new use
the present time he i s visiting a
plant in Nevada and a t least once
our rear entrance in goir
year travels to Germany to visit
was discovered for jewelry.
diverse products including linseed
he National Lead Co.'s titanium
The National Lead Co. produces ilant there.
Dr. Dahlttorm lectures frequent-
through to Broad Street
oil, castor oil, many of the parts
on this metal. He belongs to
for batteries, lead .pipes, valves nany technical societies including without obligation.
and plumbing supplies. Their American Chemical Society;
plants are located throughout the .merican Institute of Mining and
United States and in many foreign (etalurgical Engineers; American
countries. ociety for Testing Materials;
Among tne products manufac- Jew Jersey Professional Engi-
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