Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 9, 1968 · Page 15
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 15

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1968
Page 15
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, May 9,1968 Columbia ;r Has Reopened for Classes '.'." NEW YORK (AP; - Besieged "Columbia University reopened ','jts doors today amid chaos and controversy and a two-century-old tradition of formal class- ''room teaching apparently ended 'for the rest of the semester. Columbia College, the 25,000- student Ivy League university's oldest and largest unit, decided Sunday to end formal classes almost four weeks before the Official end of the term May 29. Some other units of the university were expected to follow Columbia College's lead but it was not known Immediately what they would do. The confusion was heightened by rebel students who renewed their two-week-old protest by calling for a boycott of classes. Minor scuffling broke out at several pots this morning as staff members and unsympathetic students walked through picket lines set up to enforce the boycott. Fewer than 200 students manned picket lines before a dozen buildings. Henry Coleman, the acting dean of Columbia College who was held inside his office for almost 24 hours when the student protest began April 23, predict* ed the university "will not be back to normal this semester." The classroom doors swung open today for the first time in 10 days. The student protest began over construction of a gym* nasium in a park buffering Negro Harlem and the university and over a government-oriented defense project partly sponsored by Columbia. The gymnasium project has since been suspended but that apparent victory for the rebel students has obviously not end* ed their protest. The rebels now claim to have the support of 5,000 students for their boycott. They issued a bulletin today listing more than 50 "liberation" classes in such subjects as "avant-garde litera- MK <Mfl STUB, MMd Bf DflMt Takes Over Local Plant B'B SUPER 7-450! A ^3^ «*ru Snowdrift 3 LB. CAtf MIDWEST PURE ICE CREAM '/ 2 GAL. CARTON SPEAS Apple Juice 29C QUART FOLGERS Coffee .79(5 BOUNTY Towels 3 JUM301 nn ROLLS I • U U JELLO 10 BREAD J LOAVES § m \J \J HAMBURGER Buns SALAD BOWL SALAD Dressing 0 QUARTS I • U U KRAFT PURE Grape Jelly Qieoz. i nn \J GLASSES I • U V FROSTY ACRES Cream Pies PQr 4 U U V - B. N. Holt photo with Star camera SIZE KOUNTY KET Beans 6 a-1.00 LITTLE FRISKIES liver Flavor Chicken Flavor Get Second Cat Food '49ft OH Buy 2 Lb. Box AUNTJlMIMA WHIII CORN MEAL 5 LBS 450 NORTHERN NAPKINS Box1 OO Sugar 10 a 1.23 Drinks CARTON PLUS DEPT. 450 SLICED SLAB Bacon NO. 1 2 1 LBS. J| 15 GOOD & TENDER TBONE Steaks *7ir ARK. MAID Franks 2. 89 NO. 1 RED Potatoes 10 >> Carrots . 19* BAGS JHrVJF Cheer GIANT BOX 79« KALAX Bleach GALLON 49 P Eggs LARGE WHOLE HOG Sausage 3-1 GOOD & TENDER Chuck Roast -45* FRESH KENTUCKY WONDER Beans Lettuce GUY AHERN, Manager, Wynnewood Products Company 3 ArkanSOnS •*•••.! S ill Killed in War WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department released the names Monday of three Arkansans killed In Vietnam, two in hostile action and one a non- hostile death Those killed in action were Army He. Danny R. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. West of Fort Smith, and Marine Cpl. Paul A. Harrison, son of Wilbur Harrison of near Huttig. The Hope Industrial Family gained a new name recently with the acquisition of the Southern Haswood Plant facilities by Wynnewood Products Company of Texas - The plant Is now operation, working two d in addition to turning out particle board, they are presently evaluating the existing plant equipment with the thought in mind of replacing some of it with some new and modern pieces. ^ ^ L Guy Ahern has been trans- Montgomery LG. 24 oz. BOTTLE We Deliver Phone 7-3361 ferre'd from one of the other Wynnewood plants to be the manager of the local plant. Mr. Ahern will be living In the Corn- pany owned house in Oakhaven and plans to move his family here soon. The company manufactures a high quality particle board that Js used for core stock by the furniture manufacturers. Devil « s Tower in north^t era Wyoming was toe ftrst national monument to be established in the United States. GROCERY _ AND — MARKET 223 South Main St. Hope, Ark. FRESH & LEAN Ground Beef ALL MEAT Bologna .45 BALUN SLAB SLICED LB. FRYERS FRES « DRESSED LB. /O V ••^•^^^*' > ' 8S '***^" ^^F BOLOGNA 3 u».1 .00 -M^srea^ LB . 59tf GROUND BEEF 3^1.39 PORK CHOPS 2-1.29 DECKERS SAUSAGE-ED 5 LBS. 1.00 SOLID OLEO 7*1.00 GRADE "A" LARGE EGGS LET US PROCESS YOUR MEAT IT MAKES A "DIFFERENCE" WHEN IT IS QUICK FROZEN. FRESH SLICED Calf Liver .49' AHOJHER SERVICE OFFERED ief Us Cure and Smoke four Hams & Middlings EATWELL Grated Tuna J1 CANS NEW CROP YELLOW Onions TEXAS Oranges FULL JUICE m£^4 DOZ. ^icf PRIDE OF ILLINOIS Cream Corn 4 f\m>A CANS MnC _— _jiWV KRAFT Grape Jelly _i JARS JOHNNY FAIR Lettuce Sugar 10 LBS. $1.23 HUNT'S Peaches 3 ? Va CANS $1 SHOW BOAT Port & Beans .CANS FOLGERS Coffee LB. CAN Carrots 1 5C PKG. DEC. BOUNTY Jumbo Towel 3 F °R $1 SALAD BOWL Salad Dressing MARKET BASKET Milk 6 TALL CANS$1 SWEEPSTAKE Mackerel 4 CANS Lemons 396 ~fm K ~ZT*f Moore Bros Strvinj You Slnet fill PR 7-4431—W« Dill w ?t K) I Grade A White Eggs Heavy Smoked Cooked Picnic Hams # LB, White Bread LOAVES FOR Fresh Dressed Fryers LB. Fresh Shipment Crackers 1LB. BOX 18 oz. Jars Bama Apple Jelly 4 1 .•. FOR -•. Skinless Winers LB. BAG Borden's Pure Ice Cream Shasta Can Drinks CANS FOR Fresh Pork Ribs * By the Piece Bologna Good Lean Pork Chops LB. Brisket and Rib Stew Meat Low Calorie Bor den's 1 Ice Milk 72 Pound Sack Corn Meal Pound S Flour Pound Carton Pure Lard

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