Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 16, 1973 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

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By The AtMctited Preii The calendar today linked observances of three of the world'i major faiths as Chita- tians were in the second day. of their pre-Easter Holy Week, Jews prepared to begin celebration of Passover at sundown and Moslems observed the anniversary of the birth pf the Prophet Mohammed. Roman Catholics carried ol-. ive branches and palms on Sun- , ; - ' · · · -. · ·. : . · , . · " j..- ' '·· ·$· ' :#· ' ' ·".-. ' · . · / ; · ? / · ; · . · · · ' · · . · ; ; ,;;; .v.. : · . . · :' . i " ' · - , ; . . . . ].... - . J ·'.'.?$»:·'.. · . " ' - . ' ' . ' . ' ' ' · ' ' ' . · · / ' , ' ' " ' ' Mrti..Ailrtil«,lt73 GREELEY (C«lo.) TRIBUNE r links holy observances of three ma jo r world faiths iy as they commemorated UiniidesUirway'iiow cover the ofiieeii AraWi and Jews in the ''Contest and rttellion" are not Jess discipline goes contrary to President and Mrs. Nixon ob- Thousands of Israelis ftoct day as thty commenioratei Chri»t triumphal entry into Jerusalem five days before his crucifixion. ' ''" ' In Jerusalem, more than 5,000 pilgrims-including 'poor .Arab villagers, high prelates in scarlet and monks in simple robes--retraced Christ's path into the Holy City in the sixth Palm Sunday under Israeli rule. · j ' A busy highway and a moun- tainiide stairway'sow cover the path Christ took..Boy Scouti Kept back crowd* of onlooker* as the devout walked, singing, in half a doten languages,, into the old walled city of Jerusalem. A group of American Baptists clapped as they sang "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore. "* Israeli police on horseback kept close watch on the pilgrimage, which passed without in.-. cident despite increased tension Arai* and Jews in the IKjie' Wuifi"' VI celebrated. ·nijiss befort more than 15,000 p«jions who .crowded into St.' Peter's BSsiliea in Rome for the' beginning' of Holy Week. Miiiions mote watched the two- hdia sendee on/television, ."in a is^mihute homily, the P^e said the world's youth sliould look to Jesus Christ if they seek to'Ujansform society. 'Contest and ra^elilon" are not ways to bring ·iout-change, he said. . VV' · : The Pope blessed and distributed olive ' branches and palms--symbols of the branches spread before Christ on his entrance to Jerusalem-to scores of cardinals, prelates and youths. The pontiff praised young people for their desire for .peace and love but said reck- less discipline goes contrary to Christ's teaching. ' ·· "In Christ is the way, the life, the peace, the love," said the'Pope. "He is the key to our existence. His generosity is the model for all humanity." After mass, the Pope delivered his noon blessing from his balcony as thousands of Easter Week tourists packed St. Peter's Square in the warm sunshine. . · · : President and Mrs. Nixon observed Palm Sunday at a service at the White House conducted by the Rev. Edward Victor Hill of the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los, Angeles. The Jewish celebration of Passover lasts eight days and was expected to be extra joyful this year because Israel is celebrating Us 25th anniversary as a nation. Thousands of Israelis flocked to the countryside and to the beaches. Many families gave their homes a thorough spring cleaning. Devout families burned all their leavened bread, replacing it for Passover with the unleavened matzoh eaten by the Israelites during their flight from Egypt through the desert 3,000 years ago. SKAB65 SKflGGS ; pUwv ·*%*·«·* · WULTJ VWAMWS · jm fjj^f- IXnttlfi of 60 ChCWdui^ ^^^1 . aiBk ^m multiple vitamins. · ^^aw WITHOUT · · COUPON 1.79 p COUPON KP.RW*!2i*SS: 15 ounce bottle shampoo by Alberto Culver. WITHOUT spray. WITHOUT · ·»- 9 VOLT · ... o BATTERKS ready volt e » O O t r n o s i f radios. WITHOUT COUPON 2 COUPON for 99c I I DuBARRY HAIR CARE SPECIALS! LIMITED TIME INTRODUCTORY OFFER i2'/2 oz. o AA I Size Z»UU ROYAL SHAMPOO For silky, shiny, more manageable hair ROYAL Balsam Pr otein I%W !*' 111 For treatment of damaged SHAMPOO i""" 8 ""' Fr " h c fragrance. ROYAL CREME RINSE One step, comb-in, deep conditioning - , WED., KUil^a9i^--·-- «* Dis penser P* | _:^^^'* M ^^^ ' ·'"^^ -COUPOHAi SAVE!; Revlon re-vamps the nail! Introducing 'Lady in the Dark' nailshades The lights are out.The pale nail is passe. An exciting new era in nail enamel begins. Today. Because Revlon's just re-invented the deeper, richer-colored nail. In 9 sizzling new Superfrosts, 1.3S each. And if sinfully rich cremes, starring these old-flames of them's: Raven Red, Ultra Violet, Russian Sable and Rosy Future. I.2o.each. brand. DOWNTOWN -1013 ]1th St. Op«n»».m. Kit p.m., Mtn.thru Sat. i^lo 4 p.m., Sj«W«Y WEST 10th ST; STORE -- 2626 W. 10th St Open V a.m. to 10 p.m., Mon. thru Sat. » a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday ounce size lasting ' WITHOUT

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