Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 3, 1962 · Page 6
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t GREELBY TtlBUNE M«L, Dec. 3. 1%2 the ordinary atoms, and ?eu ran! fix) out. ! Radioactive isotopes have boen used lor Mich ta%ks in hundreds of instances. vas,tly expanding kuowiedge of life processes. OK- tabolnm. and the means to fashioning more effective drugs Use of Radioactive Atoms Called Boon of Atomic Age »r ALTON L. BLAKISLE! jmedicine. agriculture and Indus- NEW YORK AP) - Many of try. ·the greatest boons of the atomic Because of their radioactivity.\fu*i. Max. dir exanipleT con- age have come through its tattle- they can be traced wherever theyj ceKlrales in the thyrwd gland, tale atoms. go \vhat happens to a drug taken a " i radioactive iodine is used to , ^ These are the radioactive into the body? How does it work? ' 3 * am radiation at cancerous tis- atoms. or isotopes, created in Where docs it go? Is all of it, or sue " tllc thyroid. great abundance and variety in just part of it active? I Half a million Americans a year atomic piles. They have literally "Tag" the drug with radioactive! ri ' ceivo radioactive atoms for : produced revolutionary changes in atoms, substituting for some of !iiagnu ' i! ' aad treatment of dis- 1 .---- leases, atomic specialists estimate. In agriculture, atoms made radioactive have helped produce more effective fertilizers, weed killers, plant growth stimulants, and p»licides. In industry, the tattle-tale atoms are detecting leaks in pipe lines, measuring the wear from friction of engine parts, and forming the heart of precision instruments to control industrial processes. In one year recently. 595 American companies estimated their savings from varied uses of radioisotopes,' and it added up to $40 million. I'nlil the atomic chain reaction was achieved, scientists, doctors and engineers had only limited $a£O;1 supplies of radioactive isotopes- made by bombarding ordinary materials in cyclotrons or atom- smashers. Now they are a big an-1 vita business. Some highly useful at MISTft MfGEt lie A louiajtMte canM Us voice Tbe VatkM M pn» ·* »*,) ckarl - v "^ *TMt ] y- «'"*"! * Saturday tkrt tte "* "Yes. dear. 1 GOT the promotion to vice-president, but I m afraid I didn't read the fine print in my new contract, toms are produced in the chain reaction itself; others by exposing chemical elements to the bomb- * ^^^HMfii GUYS DRINK MILK because it's the one drink that sticks with you all day long! Milk "charges" a fellow with energy... helps him keep up with a heavy schedule. That's because it's loaded with sound food value. Enjoy . other beverages, too, if you want. Just be sure you get at least three glasses of cold, fresh milk a day! DENVER MILK PRODUCERS Tife Dtiftf Famitfs Mo Suff/tf frisk Co/oftcfo Milk For Christmas them ln!o radioactive forms. The main supplier of radioiso- opes is the Oak fudge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Since 946, it has shipped more than 160.000 packages of 100 types of sotopes to research centers, hospitals, industries and jobbers and suppliers In the United States and abroad. Open Friday Nlghtl Frtt Ticket BULAWAYO - Three employees of a Bulawayo clothing manufacturer won the $21.100 State Lottery prize--with a free ticket. Fo. every six tickets bought an . ebrated their win, all agree that the money will be put away anc that they quietly. will continue to live u · Lebanese port. Cub Scouts During the meeting Thursday light in the Jackson School Auditorium, Cubmaster Emmett UacKenzie Jr. and his Assistant Cubmaster, Jack Thompson, presented the following awards to members of Cub Pack 250: Den 1: Webelos, Mike O'Dell and Chuck Panons; gold arrow under lion, Randy Rehn; silver arrow under lion, Randy Rehn; I Yr. Pin, Carl Speaker; Den I: Webelos, Lowell Pierce and Ricky Rickard; lion badge, Lowell Pierce; gold arrow under 1km, Lowell Pierce; 1 Gold and 1 silver arrow under bear, Robby Benson; asst. denner, Robby Benson; 2 Yr. service star, Robby Benson; denner, Greg Johnson; I yr. serv. pin, Bill Parker Den 3: bear badge, Randy other one is given fre. The three men are D. G. Greathead, ol Hillside, C. J. Curran, of EloaDa -- " -- ·"·"*-· *«««/ and F. Simpson, of Abercorn TM m P« n ; w°" badge, Bruce Street. Although the winners eel- Wells; S old ""*. Randy Thomp- · · ·· - son; 1 Yr. service star, Alan Miller; Den 4; asit. denner, Fred Russell. Den 5: wolf badge, John Simon, bear badge, Dale Helzer; 1 golc and 1 silver arrow, Lanny Hel- ·; 1 gold arrow under wolf, Greg !)16 Eighth Ave. Ph. 352-3084 After Hours Phones 353-0737 or 352-9479 , ... . . . . * cl . 1 KUIU mi i facilities of this To wnsend: 1 Yr. and J Yr. r ... Ricky Derluon; 1 Yr. pin, Lanny elzer; 1 Yr. pin, Glen Newton; on book. Glen Newton; denner, ike Mooso; astt. denner, Jthnll mon. Den 6: 1 silver arrow un-1 ;r wolf. John Rutledge; 1 silver ·row, Ted Buel; 1 yr. service ars, Ted Buel and Gary Peter-|| Den 7: Denner stripe, Ken Wt ca£ now aava you money on Larson. Den Chief awards: Gary chn and Jerry Karbs. One or both parents must be resent for the cubt to receive icir awards. During uniform inspection, Den won the pennant again for pre- ?nting the best dressed cubs. A skit entitled, "Peddler John nd His Magic Elixer," was pro- uccd by Den 3. The cubs alio isplayed a pioneer town they ad built containing covered wa- ons, pioneer gum and powder orns. An old time com-ihelling contest was held at the close of ih; meeting with the boys in Den J inning first place. Truck Insurance your Truck Insurance, If yo art a dry-product trucker ani haul within the atatei of Colo rado, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kama and Nebratka, FMiniil made In all states. Ratei slightly highe In some statea not lilted above Outside trip insurant* able. Chtck with us. Noe Insurance Agency JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS! Coupon F R E E 8 50 MOR-VALU STAMPS Clip this Coupon Good only Dec. 4 and 5, with any purchase! F R E E GILL n'p'r'. * n £w g A e TM 0 vi! le Val !?L w "r Mor - Valu Stamps? ALL C H A K I T A H L E ORGANISATIONS--get the gift you want and jret free stamps for your :: g . r( S^, Ge J;, al i. lhe i n f o r m a t i »n at Mor-Valu Gift Center on the balcony at Hlbhs Clothing Co. Mor-Valu Stamps are available at these stores: Basey's Fashion Shoes Ideal Pood Market Giil Farmers Service Branen's Food Market Kjley Clflaners Cameron Coal Company u , , 8th Avenie Chevron MMwla * s Jmlr * Ennes Dairy 9th streat Chevron Public Market Stall's Food Market Herb's Cash Grocery LASALLE Hosey's Food Market HUDSON Greeley Chevron 8th Ave. tnt 15th SI. Kills ClothiNi Co, · Kin? Mnrch Food Market EATON Johnson's Qrocery AULT West Fails To See Change in Soviet, Thant BALTIMORE (API - U Thant, ecreiary-gcneral of the Unltec Nations, says Western leaders lave not responded to a change in he political climate of the Soviet Jnion. "Western leaders saw the world s a battlefield between two an- agonistic systems, militanlly ex ircssing the principles of gooc mil evil," Thant said Sunday. Thant, in his first speech since icing elected permanent secre ary-gcneral, spoke lo 1.600 per ons at .Johns Hopkins University Thant said Soviet policy has be unme much more flexible since Stalin's death, but the Western nations, at least In part, have re used to recognizo this change. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS \u» \\ G I F T P I - W R A P 1 T R I O VALUE 3 Jiltincl,,, to.i«U,!l, ·U ...... r H.IU.,1, till wt.p 240 i»,U 98* tv«ry!hln| rsr tha OMIef f 1102 Eighth Avinut , it ow* reUn^the MMitlr I* taht pit to «m Catirtx pMtUt att next Suutiqr dtttif Pope Rested, Sees Crowd §f JAMAS ML LOMft «·«*·*!/ ^» a^^^y. * » «* u-tMwr I^H w rvpc mpM to VATICAN CITY (API - Pope £^ W jj£j£ \^^T^ J^*^ S!^.'^*^""'John XXUI made a IrM nMk aad teemed m pnd tpiriu. Ht Buhep* bvt iar Ute exucil itt- appearaiice at an open window railed his anna vifvouilv · his tioos and KurfaU tw«Utd th. of hi. fourth-fkMr apwine* Suo- uwal Sunday beowbctioc trf ta* ttra|. day after a w«dc «f illotu. He crowd, which h. had act want*)! The pontiff ittd tea up brW). . , watchtof crowd k St. to dbappoi*. Friday and Saturday, P«tr'i Square aad aaid he it al- The Pope, whooe atonach d» haadlinf MOW fccunrnts ready rt»»^i«3 Mi health. order and aarniia had caused Mat. to his priraU chapel ·.J Good health, wfcidi threainH dacp nocora in the Vatican, im- followiaj the couKil tawioai «tr JMvcM.il about lo roturtt- pIM that he hoped to be well a clot*! circuit Thanks, Folks, For making our Qrand Optning a hug* SUCCMS, W« appreciate your Interest, and hop* that wt can Mrv* you In tht ntar future. You are Invited to como In anytimo to soo th* latest In floor coverings. The Winners . . . 1. D.ni.1 NMlp,, 2121 W. 12th St. R.J. - 20 tq. ydi. Arm. itfwtf Tomro Flooring. (Hit titirmtt 42,700; ·ctuclly 2. Mr*. I. W. Swank, Gclrton -- 9x12 ft. of Vinyl Cushion rlor. 3. Lydn Ginth.r, 702 35th AY.. Ct.--COKO Toblt, 4 Chain 4. Nora Hurt, 1462 10Hi St. -- 100 i«j. ft. Curon Aeoustkal Til*. 5. Al RMf)tw«y, Eaton -- 60 tq. ft. Flattie Tilt. 6. I. R. Cook, 1624 9th St. -- 32 iq. ft. of Twtolitt (Formica). 7. Jo Livtnfood, 629 14th Art. -- 1 qt. of ViniHoi. I. Kothtrint Yott, 3302 12th St. M. -- 1 qt. of Vinqfloi. 9. Mn. T. N. Glo, Carr -- 1 qt. Vinaflot Floor Finish. 10. Margtry Jaqutt, 1125 W. Mulbtrry, Ft. Collins -- 1 qt. of Vinaflot Floor Cororina.. Brumley's Floor Coverings Cornor of 9th St. at 14th Avo. Mtom 352-3393 A WINNIR FOR SUM · FROM THIS STORI IfVIM **(r||T G R A N D PRIZE ·TVVII ***H«|T SWEEPSTAKES WIN TH£ FAMILY GROCERIES FOR UP TO ONE YEAR DIC. 1 THRU DIC. 11 · t PWKMtfl MICHIAIT lUlttlt 110 IIBl flv *· FREE GROCERIES 6004 IH PRIZES · r 1 wit" FREE GROCERIES «» l» (It t« fit «HI ^issiSsir SPECIALS MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY KRAFTS PURE, 10 Or. Glaiw [ G R A P E JELLY 2~29c ' · ----^--!»TMiia«a«a«a»a«a»aiiiiiii] BORDON G!,ACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 49c M A Y F A I R POTATO CHIPS Ib. 39c GREAT WESTERN SUGAR Powdtr«dor ·rown SNOW WHITE SUPER MARKET i ·*i-i*n! I5MI20

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