Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 15, 1972 · Page 16
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 16

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 15, 1972
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1C GREEU5Y (Colo.) TUIHUNE Sat., April 15, 1072 By CARL C. CRAFT Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP) - House subversive-seekers summarized and defended their past year's probes in a 55,000-word report today that a critic claimed contains "thousands of totally unsubstantiated libels." The House Internal Security Committee claimed credit for wblicizing Communist fluence in antiwar demonstrations. "In the future, otic lias reason to believe, fewer innocent citizens will swell the ranks of mass outpourings concocted by o ur Communist enemies," wrote Rep. Richard H. Ichord, D-Mo., commillce chairman. While Students for a Democratic Society and tlie Black Panther Party are withering JUDGES P R E P A R E TO SELECT STAMPEDE Q U E E N AND ATTENDANT--Judges ^;who will select royalty to reign over the frSOth Greeley Independence Stampede July ;. ; l-4 met last week to finalize details for the ;:Queen's Contest. Judges include, buck row 'i'from left, Wayne Foster of Nunn, president · ; jof the Aims College committee; liny L. Dc- ·· Boer, professor of speech communications at · the University of Northern Colorado; Julie Shade, queen of the 1957 Independence Stampede; George G. Gales, retired UNC ICnglish '·'· professor; front row, Mary M. Connell, 1961 queen; Nora Kingsbury Masters, member of the Girls' Rodeo Association; and Marjory Yost, Mrs. Colorado of 1950. Other judges are John Mariani, UNC art professor and Donald A. Car]en[er, district judge for Colorado's 19th judicial district. The nine-member judging committee will select a queen, lady-in-waiting and an alternate Saturday, April 22. Applicants, who will compete in horseback riding and interviews, will be judged 30 per cent each cm poise, voice and beauty and 10 per cent on horsemanship. ^ Space Shuttle An Economic Boost to Cape, Vandenburg y/alkinq on Air :j MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) 4f Timothy I). Eason was flanked by two sheriff's deputies and was shackled in hand- Cuffs as he was ushered into a judge's chambers to wed 20- year-old Susan Marie Plant. ~ . A f t e r Ihe ceremony, Ea.son, 31, was returned lo jail to await sentencing on his conviction for aggravated robbery, lie faces up to 29 years in prison. On his way back lo the Inck- up, Kason said lo the deputies, "Man, if it seems like 1'rii w a l k i n g on air, it's because I 'Lot of Good' Nadar Says Of Investigation Into ITT FT. CARSON, Colo. (AP) -[officials" by 1'IT officers hnp- Nader, consumer advo-jing to steer the Justice Dcparl- calc and vocal critic of many facets of government, said Friday he believes "a lol of gone!" may come from the Senate Judiciary Commillcc'K investi- been gallon inlo International Telephone and Telegraph's relations wilh Ihe Justice Department. ment away from pursuing its antitrust case against the conglomerate. The result, Nader said, corruption of the Nader said it already has bc-| li!l '. v men ;llic ' omc clear "Ihcre were im);1 se, said, "I proper secret contacts of high people's failh in tlie political process." Nader, addressing 2,tOO inili- this large Army think a lot ol ;ond can come out of the ITT ,HILLSIDE SHOPPING MALL modification of (ho govcrn- ncnt's procedures for handling n n t i l r u s t actions, he said. One such change would be to make public the details of pending consent decrees, the method of- .cn used lo settle cases out of :onrl. This approach, Nader said, would fiive ciliv.cns an oppor- unity to comment on whether .hey believe the terms of a lending consent decree are in lie public interest. However, he added, "f don't MENU FOR SUN.DAY, A P R I L 16 Beef Tomalo Polynesian with Hot Buttered Rice B5c Roast Prime Ribs ol Beef, nu jus, a generous cul ol aged beef ^ 1.89 Carrots wlIh'Mlnt Glaze ? 20c Green Beans seasoned with Bacon 26c Cherry Coke Getatln Salad 25c Purr's Fresh Fruil Salad 30c Carrol Cake wilh Cream Cheese Icing 30c Chocolale Angel Pie 30c Serving Hours: Monday Ihru Friday, 11:00 to 7:00'' p.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 8:MO p.m. Snlurday and Sunday | continuously serving 11:00 a.m. lo 8:00 p.m. episode." Thi! case what it termed organizational in Lambing Rate Low HELENA, Mont. -- The present national rale of lambing since committee probes in 19G9,renliated grab-bag of officialjis % iambs per 100 ewes per Critic Rips Subversive Report and 1970, Ichord added, devel' opmcnt of the pro-Maoist Revolutionary Union which the panel investigated last year shows "the birth of revolutionary groups is constantly recurring and requires our eternal vigilance" But Rep. Robert F. Drinan, D-Mass., in dissent, said the report sets forth "grossly irresponsible libels upon the groups which led last May's Washington peace demonstrations, the National Peace Action Coalition and the People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, and upon the peace movement in general. "Here we learn of bank accounts, provocateurs planted at government expense, "Trol- skyitcs,' and the whole undiffe- may result in a think I he full out at all." story has come DKTHOIT (AC 1 - President Leonard Woodcock of the Unilcd Auto Workers says ho has accepted a long-standing invitation from (lie Russian metal workers union ;inii plans lo visit lb(! Soviet Union in July. Woodcock tilso said lie plans to make slops in Poland and West (li'miany, but Mint dales for the trip have not been f i r m ed up. The [JAW chief mndc Ihe an- noiincrmenl Thursday after inccling wilh memliers of Ihe Inuring inniiiland China labk, tennis learn. He said he (old Hie he was also interested : i n visiting I l i u i r country. The manned space shuttle irogram will give an economic )oost lo Cape Kennedy, Fla., and Vandenburg Air Force Base, Calif., areas caught in :he economic downdraft of cuts in the moon program and the aerospace industry. A f t e r the two bases were designated Friday as sites for aunching the new space vehicle, officials of the Iwo areas began calculating the extent of their reprieve from economic hardship. California Gov. Ronald Reagan said, "The space shuttle program will mean hundreds of millions of dollars to California's economy in terms of jobs and payrolls." O f f i c i a l s estimated (hat roughly 7,000 jobs at Cape Kennedy might be saved by the project. Cape Kennedy, the launch site for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's manned spaceflight program, and Vandenburg, already oslah- .ished as the major U.S. mili- .ary rocket launch site, were chosen from 150 sites which originally applied to be dosig- inted Ihe launch site for the shuttle, which lakes oft as a ·ocket and lands as an airplane to be used again and again. I n i t i a l investment in (he project will be 550(1 million at Van- ienherg, GO miles from Santa l!arbara, and $150 million at liipo Kennedy in the center of Florida's east coast. K u r t Debus, director of .he Kennedy Space Center, explained that Saturn 5 launching 'acililies already in place Ihere w i l l need only minor adaptation .0 switch from Ihe Apollo moon program to the .shulllo flights. Major modifications lo the Ti- years ago. Another proven rocket launch base, While Sands in New Mexico lost out on the project, Gov. Bruce King of New Mexico said, because of the decision to use solid fuel boosters which must fall back inlo the ocean after launch. lioslilily to dissent." The peace-group hearings and tills parl of the report, lie addel in a S'A-pagc general attack on the committee and its activities, "make a mockery of the 1st, 4!h and 9th amendments to the Constitution and, in my judgment, disgrace the House of Representatives." Ichord called Drlnan's position a diatribe and said it is "apparently consistent wilh the intent of Congressman Drinan to collapse the committee from within." In a separate five-page minority view, the committee's four Republicans--John M. Ashbrook of Ohio, Roger H. Zion of Indiana, Fletcher Thompson of Georgia and John G. Schmitz of California--expressed support for Ichord. "The minority is keenly conscious of the heavy burden borne by the chair (Ichord) as this committee is confronted from many [juarters by a well- organized, highly vocal minority of professional antagonists who now scout from an advanced observation post of harassment within our very periphery," they wrote. The current committee, formerly known as the House Un- A m e r i c a n Activities Com- jniltee, is "in no respect .. any less dangerous or wasteful today lhan it was 20 years ago," Drinan said. year. Government scientists are trying to improve tins rate and have set as a possible ultimate goal 800 lambs per 100 ewes, AMUSEMENTS // '/' America's Brightest Midway 11 \l I · April 12th thru 22nd ^Hillside Center Hillside Mail * \s--..-! Fre« Discount Tickets from All Merchanti Inn .'! facilities nt Vandenburg will be needed, he said. Debus estimated that the cur- rcnl employment at Cape Kennedy of 15,nOO--about 2,600 government and the rest civilian workers--will drop lo about 7,000 in 1974 witli the end of the Apollo scries and next year'f Skylab program. But b a r r i n g a new program, they would have gone too. Now the 7,000 figure is expected to be maintained by s h u t t l e tests beginning in 1078. The Cape employed 26,1)00 six VALUABLE COUPONS ON OUR... C K.C. CLUB With baked potato or (rcnch fries and Stockade toast. Coupon Expires April 30 · Good tor I Dinner · Rcg ' M ' $119 SAVE GROUND SIRLOIN PATTY · COTTAGE CHEESE, · JELLO Coupon Expires April 3D Good for l Dinner j n · · · 69 Reg. BJc STEAK SANDWICH WITH FRENCH F R I E S or BAKED POTATO Coupon Expires April 30 Good for 1 Dinner Re °' '·°' HALF POUND GROUND SIRLOIN With baked polalo or frcnch tries and Stockade toast. 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