Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 8, 1969 · Page 17
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 17

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, October 8, 1969
Page 17
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By MARTIN V/EIL The Washington Post BALTIMORE steamship Long in the Atlantic - The 511-foot Lines now is Ocean, laying transatlantic 1,000 miles of cable ,it loaded here on the Baltimore waterfront. The ?20 · million cargo picked up was 2,000 tons of 1% inch steel, copper and _ ". " wire and tubing. It included 90,lindrical Transatlantic ' · s Being Laid transistorized electronic am- crn Electric factor, iwhere'it.was men spliced in the $100,000 amplifiers spliced to the tubing. They cost $100,000 each. It all adds up 'to about one- third of the world's sixth .trans- Atlantic cble. miles from Green made, to docksidis,. where it was to.the; edge of the Continental hitches that could cause prob- CABLE LAYING SHIP - Impressive bow of Long Lines has special sheaves for grappling and splicing cnble. (Photo by Harry Naltcliuyan, The Washington Post) W I N D I N G CABLE -- Miles of cable to being taken out.and dumped'Oiv the floor make a giant whorl as it is wound around of the Atlantic. a spool in the hold of the-Long Lines prior. : . GILBERT. PHARMACIES, Filling : rrescrlpHons Sinr.o 11)09 ' CEAand U N I O N PACIFIC PRESCRIPTIONS All four Gilbert Phnrmac'cs now fill CEA proscriptions, UNION PACIFIC ]ircs(-rip- tioiis,. and all other t h i r d party: proscriptions. This Milk- Cose Won't Hold Water '.CHARLOTTE,. N.C. (AP) When a bottle, of milk sets on a porch, who owns it, the dairy or the resident? The resident, a slale prosecutor decided Monday,^ and therefore prosecution of a case charging a hippie with taking milk belonging to Biitmore Dairy was dropped. The prosecutor said the defendant would be tried later on a new warrant |g charging him with taking t h e j g milk from the resident. '" plifiers, vital in keeping cable- borne voices from fading. Scheduled for completion next March, the cable is to run 3,500 miles along the ocean bottom, from Rhode Island to Spain. Half of it is being made here, and half in Europe. But Long Lines, owned by an American Telephone and Telegraph Co. subsidiary, will lay almost all of it. Aided by the new amplifiers, [he cable will carry more than 720 simultaneous messages, about twice as many as all existing cables. The first of the cables was laid in 195G. Telephone Company .officials are depending on the new cable to bring aobut a 25 per cent reduction in transatlantic telephone prices, ATT president C. C. Duncan said. Milk Output Lowest WASHINGTON - U.S. milk output in June, 10.8 billion pounds; was the lowest for that month since 1934. And June was the 15th consecutive month in which production had been below .that of the corresponding month a year earlier. LAFF-A-DAY Wed., Oct. 8, 1969 GKEELEY TRIBUNE Ps«* If ' © K i n « F « . . U , "Not married? Then, why do you need the money?" Woman's Age Secret From Her Banker · NEW YORK (AP) - Women between the ages of 21 and 35 are much more comfortable applying for now that they don't have-to disclose their exact age. The ZIP credit application system in effect in banks across the country has eliminated this distaff bugbear. The ZIP system is a "rate. yourself" credit application devised by Motivational Systems, Inc., of New York. The company creates and designs self-eval- uatlonal credit (omul and' other, marketing ancK motivational, r* $eafclnmaterial'used'by banks; and'otKsr institutions.' ZIP presents the : necessary- data required'from'the custom-; er in A-B-C category form/giv-: ing a multiple 1-2-3-4-5 choice on: a short, fold-over brochure type- application. . -. ' The borrower merely, circles the number that applies to' he/ in each'category. Other egorics include:·· 18-20;.. 36/5;. 40-64' and 05 and over. There are, similar, categories · for marital; status, monthly income, years- with current employer,-etc. The- total '· box score ot numbers; quickly fixes her loan or credit standing. NEW YORK (AP) -- A siz : able segment of the U.S. baby population is deriving its initial |lized, disposable bottles. Wilhj :his- system the. nurse or young mother lias no formula to mix, no empty bottles to sterilize and and no bottle-warmer to fuss with. At feeding time she just takes the sealed bottle out of its case, removes the cap and attaches a nipple. Coining soon--from Ross Laboratories, Columbus, Ohio--is a pre-filled, disposable nursing nourishment from a new gener- bottle of sterilized glass with its Planes For Dusting LOS ANGELES -- The aviation industry is manufacturing small planes specially designed for spraying or dusting crops.' One is a new type of the "obsolete" biplane. ation of pre-filled, factory-sleri- OWM "built-in" sterilized nipple. lized glass nursing bottle?; lhat When the nurse removes its pro- need no advance "fixing" anditective cover, the nipple is al- are used only once. The Glass Container Manufacturers Institute reports that more than.half of the nation's 5,000 hospital maternity wards are using "instant" feeding formulas that come, ready to serve, in vacuum-sealed, steri- ready in place. Tiny holes open automatically to let in the air, so the liquid will flow freely during feeding. 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