Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 31, 1961 · Page 5
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Shining Armor MEMPHIS (AP) - Police have ndoptcd new protective coloration for men who direct (rffic at night, Tliey slip on nylon vests of (louix'sccnt orange and while. When headlights hit them they stand out like n neon sign. LARGE SMALL DOLLARS .ate'st Bomb Is Very Dirty' ^YAS111^"GTO^' AP-Dr. Ralph app, nuclear scientist, expressed ·clief that the Russian superbomb vplodwl Monday was n "very dir'" one which would lead lo a inrked Increase next spring in uclear f a l l o u t in the Unitcd : fates. app, a nongovernment scien- st wlio has written books on tomic physics, said the nub of question posed by the great last was "bow dirly it was"-ml is liow much radioactive ma- crial it spewed into the skies, (o ill sooner or laler on the curlh.' However, U.S. Public Health e r v i c e authorities have ex- ressed Ihc view lhat the Hub- inn n u c l e a r lests will no', in- reaso fallout lo the poinl where hangcs in American habits, or liels would be necessary. There; lUlhorities have also s t a t e d , hough, that in the opinion o! mosl scientists, any increase in 'adialion may be a menace to some people, in present or future ;cncralions. It is expected (hat much of Ihc adioaclive debris from the Russian bomb blasts will be dclayedji n reaching the e a r t h until i pring. This is the reason: '[) e n j e s C h a r g e s Of Price Fixing Litfle money . . , big money . . . It doosn't matter about the size of your account. Northern Colorado Savings is interested in providing complete and convenient savings service for you. Tucs., Ocl. 31, 19G1 ttllKiaiJY TRIIHJNK P«s* 5 In Armed Forces Vlnson Serving Aboard USS Mac Donougli Jack K. Vin.son, boilorma.* second class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs, John J. Vinson of Hudson, is serving in the Atlantic aboard the quiilcd missile frigate USS Mac Doiiough, which is scheduled lo be commissioned, Nov. 4, at fioston, Mass. * The Mac Doneugh will operate 'rom Charleston, S. C., as a unit Siate Being Prepared for ASC Election "1 hate to complain about the new cook, but this tastes like witch's brew to mel" of the Atlantic Fleet Destroyer Force. Rlghthouse Completes Army Courst Second Lieutennnl Jerry 1,. Higlilhouse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I,. RlRlilhousc, 111. 1. Plallc- villc, completed Iho 10-wcck officer rotary wing aviator course al the U.S. Army P r i m a r y ' H e l i copter School, Camp Woltors. Tex., Ocl. 20. Lieutenant liighlhouse received basic flight instruction with Iho Raven (11-23) helicopter. He is scheduled to report to the Army William Morchead, chairman of (the Weld Cmmly ASC Committee, has announced Tuesday lhat a slate of nominees Is being compiled for election to community committees for 1M2. Community Agriculture Sla- bilization and Conservation com' niitlccmcn will be elected by * mail ballot. Petitions signed by 10 or more eligible voters, nominating persons for membership, must be received al Ihc County ASC office, 7Wi lOlh St. before Nov. 14. Any person nominated by petition but found ineligible, may appeal the finding lo tho county committee prior to Nov. 19. Army lasl April, is a 1050 graduate of Ciilcresl High School and * 19W graduate of Colorado St»t« Aviation School, Forl Thicker.!University, Fort Collins. Ala., for H weeks of ailynncfrlj;^ ^ ~ ^ ~ -- -- ~-helicopter flight (ruining. The l i e i i l r n a n t . who entered the Official Average Farmer 50.5 In a big nuclear blast, even one hal occurs in Ihe atmosphere bc- ow 35.000 feet, much of the debris is l n i r l e d high into the! NKVY YORK ( A P ) -- The presi-' slralosphcrc. l.ate ill the winter, dents of Colorado Fuel 5c troul a sorl of down-draft over the north'Coip. and Anaconda Wire Ca-! polar area pulls it down into thc'blc Co. Inc. have denied n charge atmosphere, where it can be car- lhal they joined four other elec-' OMAHA -- American farmers' i average age is now 50.5 years.' 11 has been increasing foi lhc| pasl half century. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Stop Indigestion 3 Times Faster CddPlllltmlerylllllcicil BELL-AhS Ilk. Itti nmliiliz(3 Urdu nu:h itcMic!i acidity Gik 'BELL-AHS tcdiy fcr iht'uttni Hewn [llifl. 35» It n:|iitl. Slrd [Kill to BELL. AKS Or)a:»b'.i|. K. Y. fx lihiril fm uraalt. Buying or Selling A Home' Call Ed Hoff BROOKS REALTY Office EL 2-6570 Residence FL 3-4374 His time is vouril ricd to earth by rain. U.S.,'Soviet , tudy Berlin .D. Procedures WASHINGTON (AI')-A Department spokesman said Men-.case. trical cable manufacturers in a price fixing conspiracy. ! Tile six companies were accused by Ally. Gen. Louis J. Lcf- kowilz of violating New York an- lilrusl laws in dealings with the New York City Transit Authority, l.cftkowifz said he would ask the State Stale Supreme Court lo try the day "(he matter of identification procedures" at the Berlin Ixirde" is being discussed in Moscow by His complaint charged the firms won more than $1 million worth of contracts with Ihe authority 1O19 EIGHTH · · U · · GREELEY · · · · Current Uate On Savings "It has paid'to save here, since 1908" U.S. anrt Soviet rcprcsenla!ives".|over the last sis years in such o This Elalcmenl by Lincoln manner lhal Ihc a w a r d i n g Vhite, department press officer, it a news conference came amid sports lhat the United States had amounted to a "lottery." Tho complaint named CFl Anaconda, General Cable Corp. U[«Jl L3 U J r t l lilt; 1MIIUU O l d l U a I L n U i ' · decided to try to make a bar-l^lps Dodge Copper Products ;ain with Russia which could in-jCorp.; tho Okonite Co., Inc., volvc U.S. Bgrecmenl lo show of- subsidiary of Kennecott Copper icial identification documents to an1 \j nll j :d slalcs S ' ccl EasL German police. Richard B. Slciiuiieli. ; White declined specific com . of Anaconda denied any collusio ment on these reports, but said °r concert of acl.on. Our pro lalks continued in Moscow Sun-! ucls have alw .^ s been P"« d ' j ai L 0 "^_ Berl ! n iS5Ue ' 'fair' irels^and'ou'rbidT to" l! ·····^^^^·^·^^·^·ltransit nulhority have been al II WHO NOW IN PROGRESS! Our Annual · Pre-Chrlstmas LOTS OF NEW TOYS ADDED! Toys with retail values up to $6.95 Now Only same prices as (o our olher cus 'tomcrs," he said. I Leonard C. Rose, president o Colorado Fuel t Iron, said company "denies all charges of wrongdoing of illegal conduct. Several months before the state of New York began its inquiry j into this matter wn had stopped] .manufacturing electrical power i cable because it was so small and nsignificanl a pnrl of our Roeb-i ing Division." · Rose said Ihe sales to the au-| horily amounted to $38,000 and vcrc made "strictly in accordance with UHJ law." Officials of Ihe olher companies; ssucd similar denials. I AM 495 STOCKHOLDERS . . . 413 are your neighbors in Weld County. 39 are your neighbors in Colorado outside of Weld County. 43 reside from California to New York. The average number of shares held is 133. I AM EIGHTY EMPLOYEES . . . your friends and neighbors, fellow homeowners and taxpayers. I AM A TAXPAYER . . . in 1960 1 paid $481,000 in taxes. I AM A BUSY MEMBER OF YOUR COMMUNITY . . . lighting your homes, businesses and streets, refrigerating, heating and cooling your homes, cooking, washing, drying, and oh, so many other chores -- for only a few cents a day. I AM THE HOME LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY . . . your investor-owned public utility. 1 AM REDDY KILOWATT . . . your electric servant. HOME LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Money for Transport WASHINGTON - Americans spent 51 billion dollars for cars. gasoline, tires, repairs, services, and roads last year. CLEARING THE DECKS for our new sfock of Christmas toys. We need Ihe room -- now. So, come in and save. Stock up for Christ mas for your kiddies . . . for your grand-children. 88c each . . . while they last! SHOP for best EARLY selection USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS DEPENDABILITY DOESN'T HAVE TO BE DULL Any 1962 Dodge, full-size Dart or compact Lancer, is proof of that. E^ery one has a rustproofed body. Quiet, new high-speed starter that puts less strain on the battery. Every one will go 32,000 miles between grease jobs. They are swift automobiles, too. Dodge Dart accelerates 1% faster on 5% less gas than last year's comparable model. Our compact Lancer corners flat, handles neat, leaves the weak sisters cold. Drive THE NEW LEAN BREED Of DODGE NOW ON DISPLAY AT YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER ] WELLS MOTOR COMPANY, INC. * 1108 Eighth Avenue

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