Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 25, 1972 · Page 28
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 28

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, April 25, 1972
Page 28
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. . . . ' Tuts., April 25 ·r****r+**~**** People the News ' : S6UTHAMPTON, England (AP).-- Actress Natalie Wood and':hpr ex-husband, aclor Hob ert ..Wagner, have survived a battering shipboard storm in which .Cupid may come out the Winner. ·.·Both were passengers aboard rhe;.'|iner Queen Elizabeth 2, which docked here Sunday (wo days late after being bit" by a freak Atlantic storm during its trip'from New York. 'While winds raged at 100 miles per hour, the G5,000-lon Cunard liner had to heave to f)f j24 hours. "It was the worst weajher I have ever experienced," Capt. Mortimer Ile- liir'said of line trip. ' ;Bji,t as the storm raged, Wagner* and- Miss \Vood-ctivorccd eight years ago after four years of.marriage--were having their iirjst.mceting since they parted. "Wagner saiti it was by chance. /"Timing is everything in H%" he said. "It just happened, and as a result we've been-very happy and hail a lo- vabje, enjoyable time." '. J We . love ' each other,' chimed in Miss Wood. ··-A possible remarriage? "Yes !· would think so, though won't be Wagner. it right now," added 'WASHINGTON (AP) - Former-President Lyndon H. Johnson, recuperating from a recenl heart .attack, returned lo Texas sooner-than the doctor wanted. "I would have preferred thai lie remain in Charloltesville," Dr. : ;' J. Willis Hurst said of Johnson's decision earlier this month to return from the University of Virginia Hospital to San'Antonio, Tex. "I know this man extremely well,' 1 Hurst said Sunday on NBC-TV's "Meet the Press" program. " . . He wanted to go to Ihe hill country." Hurst, Johnson's personal heart specialist, said thai during : the flight from Charlolles- ville to Texas that Ihe former president was always comfortable and that the trip was "se- re'pe all the way." Johnson, confined to the Army's Brooke General Hospital, 'was reported in satisfactory ^condition. .-.TEHRAN, Ivan (AP) - Km press Farah lias a bone lo pick with Iranian police. They arc "ill-mannered, in considerate and showed unnecessary favor lo royal motorcades and owners of large luxurious cars," Ihe empress said during a speech Saturday night (o the police Academy. Then in a sla'.emenl issued Sunday the shah's wife said she had repeatedly objected lo harsh treatment of Die public by police. "Qflen, when we are passing by. policemen push people, including children, away in their attempt lo serve us. This is no service," she said. There was no comment from police officialdom. But Ilicre was: a report that the police cadets cheered the empress. 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