Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1972 · Page 3
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Astronauts on Way to Hawaii ABOARD USS ' TICONDEROGA (AP) - Apollo. 16's moon heroes steamed toward Hawaii today after completing man's fifth moon-landing expedition, a journey that commander John W. Young said pushed back "the last real frontier, the frontier of the unknown." Young and fellow crewmen Charles M. Duke Jr. and Thomas K. Matlingly 11, were deposited on the deck of this carrbr Thursday after- a pinpoint splashdown in the.South Pacific. During welcoming ceremonies, Young said the mission was one of discovery that had uncovered basic . knowledge. Pushing back the "frontier of the unknown," he said, is "essential to the survival of humanity on this planet." President Nixon telephoned congratulations, promoting Duke to. the rank of Air Force colonel and Mattingly to commander in the Navy. Young, a Navy captain, was promoted after one of his three earlier space missions. All 'three were in excellent! health after their 11-day journey. The landing was 1,500 miles south of Hawaii, and the astro 1 nauls will stay aboard until the Ticonderoga moves early Saturday to within plane range. of Hawaii. They'll fly into Hickam Ail- Force Base at 2 p.m. EST and transfer to a C141 jet transport for the 8%-hour flight to Ellington Air Force Base' near the Manned Spacecraft Center, in Houston. They are to arrive at Ellington at 11 p.m.. Saturday. Scientists and 'geologists' at the center's Lunar Receiving Laboratory eagerly await the 245 pounds of rock and soil samples gathered by" Young and Duke duriiig 7 1 , hours in the moon's Descartes . Mountains. . Most-experts, and the astro- na"ls themselves, feel that locked in some .of the rocks is eviuence that the moon long ago was wracked by volcanoes, an'd'-that these eruptions played a : major role in that planet's formative years between ·! bil- fipn.:ahd 4.5 billion years ago. '· This would be valuable infor- mation in. understanding the]earth's atmosphere to a splash- early history of the moon and down within about a mile of the perhaps our entire solar sys- Ticonderoga. tern. Just 39 minutes later a hcli- Tlie Apollo 16 command ship copter had picked up the astro-; Casper ended 1.2 mitlion miles| Ilauts ailti transported them to; of travel and America's 26th inan-in-space flight Thursday when it blazeti back through the carrier. Below decks, doctors gave the bearded spacemen !hc first Fri., A p r i l 28. 1972 j:;KEEr,EY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 3 ! : . ( of a series of medical examinations. "They look Ip be in good ( physical condition," reported Dr. Charles LaPinta. "They are all happy about being back and are anxious to Inve some food and something lo drink. AndJ: they would all like to take " : showers." For their first meal back onH earth, the astronauts had filet'"' migrion, souffled spinach and.-:, stuffed potatoes. Ault Bv MRS. GRAYCE ALLEN AULT -- Tuesday .Progress CFWC met in the library club room with Mmes. Harvey Maenuson, S. L. McDonald and Paul LaBorne as hostesses. President Mrs. Wallace Melton opened .with the club ritual. "Current Youth Trends," was roll call topic answered by 13 members. · · : It was reported films the club had ordered sponsored by Federation of Women's' Clubs have been shown in elementary grades in Ault and are reported to be'excellent. Film titles are "Youth Can Save the Land" and ."What America is Doing About Conservation." These films will be shown next week at the.Middle School in Pierce. .An official call to the Northern District convention by district president Mrs. Robert Burgess was read. The convention is scheduled for April 22 in.Loveland. Mrs. S. L. McDonald was elected delegate to the convention. "Youth Music," was the program for the afternoon and Mrs. McDonald presented Mrs. Lo'rrin Barfoot, instructor of elementary music. Mrs. Barfoot introduced boys and girls on the program and accompanied their selections including vocal -solo "Tanto Sospirero" by Nancy PUler; vocal duet "Peppermint Hill," by Teresa Lacy, Nancy Filler; sextet 'selection "Cruel War and Traces," by Debbie Remenga, Penni White, Allison Stohecypher, Lorri Barfool, Nancy and Teresa. "God Made Our Hands," was sung by the six girls joined by Cindy Pacheco, Barbie Hemenga, Lori Barnhart, Steve Zack, Larry Honstein, Alan Kinoshita, Mark Geib, Loyal Gallatin, Jim Ball, Don Martin. Refreshments we're served from a fable centered with floral -arrangement flanked by tapers. Mrs. Mellon presided at the table. Mrs, Joe Chick will be the hostess on April 25 at 7:30 p.m. Country Coterie was received · by Mrs. Fred Hoffner for an afternoon dessert on Thursday. Canasta was played and awards were received by Mmes. Arvid Wahlquist, Elton Doughty, Beth Kleber and S, R. Spencer. Mrs Stella Clark will be the hostess on May 11. Senior Citizens completed 25; hospital arlicles .instructed b y j Mrs. Reuben Olivas at last! week's meeting. Mrs. C. R . i Patterson presented pictures taken of members when! Woman's Society was hostess to| the group. Cafeteria luncheon was attended by 17 members. Mrs. Otho Wykert enterlained at' an afternoon parly when gucsls were Mmes. Claurte Evans, Jacob-Hasbrouck, S. L. McDonald, Harvey Magnuaon and members of NaMolay club. Dessert was served and laler contract bridge was played. High scores, were rrratle by Mmes. McDonald, J. H. Burrough, Wallace Mellon. j Mrs. Arden. While received; Baptist Women at the church.; The afternoon was spent mak-i ing name tags for National! American Baptist convention to be held in Denver May 10 through 14. M r s , J. .E. Humerickhouse gave the. wor- ship'Service on the topic "A Christian' Finding Enjoyment jn Work." Jeremiah is the Bible book being studied, this month. 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