Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 19, 1973 · Page 30
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30 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tlmif., April It, lf7J Century of grime removed from cathedral '\ NKW YORK (AP) -\Easter worshippers at St. Patrick's Cathedral will pray this year under a spruced-up ceiling cleansed of Loarly a century of been vacuumed, painted and grime, lampblack and lint. repaired over the last nine The 90-year-old landmark's months with the aid of six towering, vaulted ceiling has miles of steel-lube scaffolding. CATHEDRAL INTERIOR RESTORED -Panoramic view of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York shows the altar and ceiling of the famed church Wednesday following an $800,000 restoration that removed 90 years of accumu- lated dust, grime and lampblack. The cleaning job, started last June, was finished in time for this year's Easter observance. (AP Wirephoto) Ex-POWs to get chance to meet Berets who tried to free them Never store herbs and spices near the kitchen range. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Former U.S. prisoners of war from the Son Tay prison camp near Hanoi will have the opportunity to meet the Green Berets who tried to free them in an abortive 1970 raid, thanks to a Texas billionaire. Lex Byers, an executive of the Greater San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, said Wednesday that computer tycoon H. Ross Perot is flying the 60 Green Berets and 200 ex- POWs and their wives here for a celebration April 27-28. Byers said the former prisoners, now at various U.S. military hospitals, chose San Francisco for their meeting with the Berets, now stationed at bases around the world. The Berets -- handpicked and secretly trained for the special assignment -- made a helicopter raid in November 1970 on the prison camp 25 miles outside Hanoi, but all American servicemen had been removed from the camp. Military leaders defended the raid against congressional criticism, saying it was essential to boost prisoner morale. Bycrs said the two groups will be housed at a luxury hotel CROW AGENCY, Mont. -When dealing with other ethnic groups, particularly non- Indians, Crow Indians seem to make a point of consistently being Into for appointments, whether social or economic. This trait Is referred to jokingly ns a result of following "Crow time." and honored with a noontime downtown motorcade. 'Plans also include a public luncheon and several private functions. Perot, who is footing the bill for the entire weekend, in 1969 sponsored a charter flight that unsuccessfully attempted to deliver Christmas presents to POWs in Vietnam. There was "° 1""«"» «ked by: no estimate of the cost of the reunion here this month. (Advertisement) LOSE UGLY FAT OR PAY NOTHING Slatl losing weight lod«y OR MONEY BACK. MONADEX is a liny tablet that will help curb your desire lor e«cess food. Eat less-weigh ess. Contains no dangerous drugs and will not make you nervous. No strenuous exercise. Change your life . . . start today. MONADEX costs i3.00 lor a 20 day supply and $5.00 or twice the amount. Lace ugly fat your money will be refunded wilh SKAGGSDRUG CENTER 1013 llth St. -- 2626 W. 10th St. Mail Orders Filled FARM MACHINERY AUCTION SATURDAY, April 21 -- 12:30 p.m. for Floyd Allmer Estate Lillian C. Allmer, Administrator 14 miles east of BRIGGSDALE to Co. road 107 (wooden water- tank corner) 7 miles south Va west or 36 miles east of EATON, 1 mile north, Va west. TRACTORS TRUCKS: 1946 Chev. % T pickup "6" w/2 sets of stock racks; JD 5010 Diesel, cab, duals, 1700 hours; JD "A" -new rubber; Int. Mw/Farmhand F-10 loader, hay head. MACHINERY: 1967 JD 95 ]«' combine; JD 55 combine; Owatonna 12' swather; Oliver PTO 12' swather, pull type; MM 16 hole 8' grain drill; JD LZ grain drill; JD 2-row corn planter, lister type; Oliver grain drill; Richardson adflex plow; 15' Graham Hoeme; 10' Noble plow; J--14' Miller bars; 20' 3 bar Graham Hoeme; Krause 16' one-way plow; 30' 6" auger w/gas engine; 2 sub- soilcrs; bale loader; old machinery; Scrap iron; Tires; Tools; Many items too numerous to mention; Some household goods. HORSES: Vi Arabian Vi Quarter Horse, 3 years old, broke; Vj Appaloosa a, Vj Quarter mare, 5 years old, broke, colt at side; Welch pony, broke. W-W FARM RANCH AUCTIONS The scaffolding was erected to shore up the cathedral on Kifth Avenue against the shocks of .nearby construction. While it was up officials of the Archdiocese of New York decided to use it for the $800,000 restoration project. Workmen removed up to two inches of soot and dust, much of it attributed to the deposits of countless candles. When the project officially came to an end Wednesday, Terence Cardinal Cooke praised "the original beauty and majesty that many of us had never seen." Bill would aid college students WASHINGTON (AP) - College students would be eligible for $872 million in federal aid to help them attend school if an emergency money bill gets presidential approval. The bill, passed by Congress Wednesday, would direct President Nixon to continue the existing student aid programs instead of putting most of the' money into a new one, as he had requested. The $872 million for student aid is-the same amount Nixon requested, but the bill provides only $122 million for the new basic grant program instead of the $622 million asked. The Senate originally voted to raise the money for the new. program to $385 million, but in conference with the House the higher figure was dropped in favor of the House version. Sen. Claiborne Pell, D-R.I., who originally proposed the new program, objected strongly to the conference agreement but accepted it because of what he said was the urgent need of the colleges to know what financial aid will be available for students now applying for the fall term. Pell said the allocation of funds in the bill would "destroy much of the effectiveness of the new program" for this year. He voiced hope Congress would greatly increase the funds for it in the fiscal 1974 budget. THE CLOSER HE GETS -- Ron Word, 26, of Chicago, looks at a picture of his fiancee, Grace Darlenc Torralba, and her family, in his Chicago apartment, Wednesday. The picture is iimMUIMHM^ ». VI* 1 'V »M^BTJJiia*iAj*i*^i' ; ftJ«l-'*«-*--~*«^'-^' as close as Word has come to the girl he will fly to marry on May 5, in the Phillipines. They met through a pen pal club, and have exchanged only letters and tapes. (AP Wirephoto) Pen pals to marry sight unseen By WILLIAM R. RUMBLER Associated Press Writer CHICAGO IAP) - "I've told myself at times that this is crazy and that I can't go through with it, but I will," says Ron Word. The 26-year-old productions engineer leaves May 3 for the Philippines to marry a pen pal he has never met. Word has been exchanging letters and recording tapes with 20-year-old Grace Darlene Torralba for 18 months. They also have exchanged photographs of each other, but attempts to make connections by telephone have failed. "About last December we found we cared for each other more than friendship," Word said of his fiancee, a medical student, at the Nagaview campus' of Philippine Union College. Her hometown is Legazpi, a small community on the main island of Luzon. "Never having met is kind of foolish,"Word said, adding that May 4 and then drive to Leal first he was uncertain about gazpi for the wedding, the marriage plans. He said he will have to return However, he said his con- to the United Slates alone be- viction was strengthened by the cause his wife will not be able responses of his parents and to get the necessary papers in friends. lime to come with him when he Word said his parenls "were is due lo return lo work, surprised, but surprisingly happy. My mother is worried about the cost (for travel) bul that was the only objection." Some of his friends seriously questioned the plan hut most accepted it, said Word, an em- ploye of National Tele- productions Corp. · Word "met" his future wife through a pen pal advertisement. He described (heir relationship as "very compatible." He said he admires her intellectual development, her beliefs "and her over-all attitude. She has a curiosity about everything, a desire for knowledge." Word will meel his future wife's relatives in Manila on Martha would rather testify In public NEW YORK V (AP)-Martha Mitchell has said she would rather testify in public than make a pre-trial statement in the Watergate case. But Sen. Sam Ef vin, D--N.C., says he would have to "meditate" before giving her the chance to be a voluntary witness before the Senate Watergate investigating committee which he heads. Mrs. Mitchell, wife of former Atty. .Gen. John N. Mitchell, has been called on by Democratic lawyers to make a pretrial statement .May 3 in a- series of civil lawsuits connected with the bugging raid on the Democratic National Committee headquarters in tht 1 Watergate complex.last June. "I'm very sorry they just want a deposition," she said in New York Wednesday. "I want to go on the Hill to testify publicly. 1 do not want a deposition because any written word can be misinterpreted. I want to testify publicly." Mrs. Mitchell has said she wants to defend her husband from being made a scapegoat in the case. On Wednesday night, the Washington Post reported Ihal a former Nixon aide has said Mitchell approved and helped plan the Watergate affair. 1200 ROLLS 1ST DUALITY filMMNTEEM mm Mm rt it In prten, M# ·«·» iri ·CMMt MdKfc 45-PC. STONEWARE SETS "TAHOE" PATTERN 39 YOUR CHOICE, REG. 47:95 : DURABLE CERAMIC WARE Smart, sophisticated patterns Oven proof and dishwasher-safe Colors sealed under glaze finish i Eight S-pc. place-settings plus covered sugar and creamer, vegetable bowl and | platter. Hurry in for this great value! UNDERSTANDS YOUR VIEWPOINT SPECIAL BUY FRAMED ART REPRODUCTIONS Many to choose from! 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