Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 2, 1968 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

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-c*y THuRdiy, Miy 2,1988 Columbia to Study Changes Proposed By BOB MONROE Associated Press Writer .NEW YORK (AP) - Colum* bia University's board of trus* tees, meeting in special session oh the campus crisis, agreed to* day to .study basic changes in the university structure and to consult with community leaders on the fate of a controversial gymnasium in nearby Morning ment from leaders of thVp'ro* tod set aside for "reason and Side Park. .. test, reflection" by all concerned. wjjfj^MAWWjuwJ^^sjssjvwjwsJAV The board took the action aft- Columbia had called off class* er conferring with a 12*member es in most of its branches again executive committee of the fac- today after new fighting flared ulty named Tuesday and Wednesday between police and charged in a general faculty protesting students, resolution with restoring order At least 11 persons, including to the strife*torn Ivy League five policemen, were injured campus. when about 30 police charged a The action by the trustees, chanting, hostile crowd attend* aimed at two key demands of ing a rally by the university the protesting students who gate at Amsterdam Avenue and have disrupted academic life for 116th Street. One student was nine days, was coupled with a arrested, request that "all students and The clash marked the ninth faculty resume their scholarly day of disorders in the emotion- activities so that the presence of charged protest that has virtual* the police can be ended." ly paralyzed the university—a There was no Immediate com- day which the administration HOPE (ARK) STAR, Printed Uy Offset This Is Evidence of Hall Damage UPTON TEA THE "**/**" TEA 48 COUNT LB. 3T28, 63 HUNTS & ~^ ^ PEACHES^ 3&.1 oo • MRS. TUCKER Shortening ^P CARTON ^"W > f W 'fi'i nn OTHER CROC ERIES - EXCLUDING TOBACCO LIMIT 1 49 LB. BETTY CROCKER Cake Mix 3 I oo BOXES JL IMacaroni & Spaghetti Milk 6 TALL 1 00 CANS JL MELLORINE MIDWEST 3 I Moore I Strviiff You ^^ • -.t ; •( fan l!fi< PR 7*4431—WtDtlivtr *$i Ground \ 8 Count Package Hamburger Buns 00 Shasta Assorted Soft Drinks DEL MONTE Pineapple Juice 7 - I oo CANS M HEINZ Hot Dog Relish & Hamburger Relish YOU SAVE 40c ZEE Towels 3 JUMBO "JOO ROLLS M. CLOVER LEAF Dry Milk 55* 5 QUART BOX — Calvin Caldwell photos with Star camera Cecil Cohea, who lives G miles grazing oats and wheat in this dered as stunted and may cause Northeast of Blevins, shown in condition", said Calvin Cald- nitrate poisoning of cattle when his oat field which was com- well, County Extension Agent. re-growtH starts. (3) One or two pletely destroyed by hail over the The recommendations from test animals may be used to weekend. Oats were almost waist Dr. David Ibsen, Extension Ve- graze the area at first. Dr. high last week. All farmers in the ternarian, are as follows: Ibsen further suggested that sam- northernpartoftlempsteadCoun- (i) Any immediate grazing pies be sent to the University of ty had the same type of damage, should be done with caution due Arkansas for toxicity analysis. "Farmers have been asking ques- to bloat of cattle. (2) Grain in tions about the possibility of this condition should be const- HERSHEY- MILKY WAY & SNICKER Candy JL W EARS PRIDE OF ILL. Tomato Juice GOLD MEDAL 2 -7 OZ. PKG. 12 OZ. BOX 35 BRIGHT STAR FLOUR 25 a 1« 9 NORTHERN TISSUE 4 COUNTRY GENTLE WHITE Fresh Dressed Fryers Snowdrift Shortening White Bread | Quart Kraft Dressing I i Grade A Large White 3 Doz. SI iced Slab Bacon I ^•r Ibs. JL 00 Large 2^ Can A Pork & I Beans Trees on Gene Fender graft's 4,000 linear feet of poultry house try houses, crops, gardens, tim- farm approximately 3\- miles roofing on his farm. "There is no ber and other property in this NE of Blevins were completely way to accurately estimate the county", the County Extension stripped of leaves by hail. Ex- total damage to dwellings, poul- Agent said, tensive damage was done to the ( Large Size Cans Pet Milk 00 FRESH & LEAN Ground Beef i 2 ~ 95' CURED Hams ,E OR SM 55 WHOLE OR SHANK LEAN TENDER Chuck Roast .49* Bananas VINE KIPENED Tomatoes t- if j GOOD & LEAN & TENDER Sirloin Steak LB. 79 GOOD LEAN SLAB SLICED Bacon NO1 GRADE LB. 59 WHOLE HOG Sausage FRESH MAID FRESH GREEN Onions & Radishes •™ Mef Lettuce^ . Jf 5 CENTER CUT Pork Chops LB. 69 ,**. Ham Hocks LEAN Su, 100 LEAN Stew Meat 4 .1°° K.Y. Beans i SUNKIST Lemons .*LN«f CF f I Rib & Brisket Big Fat Juicy « ^^ • jj • ^w % * (HENS 29!! f \ 8 Pound Plastic Pail Pure Lard Delicious 8" Frozen ( r rozen f^ Apple Pies ,3 00 ( Delicious Broiling | Steaks 691] Pine trees in the Friendsliip ground is what is left of a mass area were busy repairing houses, area came in for their share of of honeysuckle vines. farm buildings and cleaning up damage from the hail. Lithehuo- On Monday residents of this debris. 0, 0 n« S i M «tt* | Super Suds «fcfe»«

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