Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 16, 1977 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1977
Page 9
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December ifi. 1977 HOPK t AHK » STAK By The Associated Press Formers in Texas are talking ,,Jio:it a mysterious "Phase II" of their three -day-old strike while their counterparts in fol- i-iracio complain of what they des(nbed as spj tactics by the U.S. Department of Agriculture With all the talk, however, (here was no indication Thursday that the strike was having any widespread impact despite scattered reports of demonstra- ii.Mis and rallies in several states Gov. .U. Exon of Nebraska said Thursday he had arranged a conference telephone call for today with Secretary of Agriculture Bob Bergland and other governors to discuss the strike. is farmers talk of Phase II; counterparts complain of \spv tactics' !!!*?._ P . r !» S! _ *-*°n said he acted at the re- Phase II. but it will be more Conservation Sorvu-p ha.< h«*n c ,..,, .„,-., „. * * Page Kxon said he acted at the request of "several" Midwest governors and that (he governors of Missouri. Kansas, Colorado. Wyoming, Montana, Smith and North Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa were invited to participate. Oeg Rystad, a spokesman for the American Agriculture group organizing the strike in Texas, promised a more militant "Phase II" but would not elaborate. "We're beginning to see more militancy on the part of the farmers," said Rystad. "A lot of people thought farmers were nice, gentle, hayseed-chewing kind of people. We're not going to alert a lot of people about FEDERAI^-STATE LIVESTOCK MARKET NEW SERVICE Hope Thursdays Sale CATTLE: Estimated receipts 880, last week 2790, year ago 970. Compared to last week, slaughter cows 2.00 higher.' Slaughter bulls, 1.00 to 2.00 higher. Feeder steers, firm to .50 lower. Feeder heifers, 1.00 higher. Supply 19 percent cow, 2 percent bull balance 260-700. Good and Choice feeders. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS: 400-550 Ibs. 33.50-36.50. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial 22.50-26.50; high dressingUtility 26.50-28.00; Cutter 19.00-21.00; Canner 18.0018.50. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 1040-1685 Ibs. 27.0031.25. Feeder steers: Choice 265-400 Ibs. 42.50-47.00, 400-500 Ibs. 40.00-45.00, 500-650 Ibs. 39.00-43.50. Good 240-400 Ibs. 39.0H3.00. 400-SOO Ibs. 36.0039.00, 500-600 Ibs. 34.00-36.00. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice 260-500 Ibs. 33.00-37.00, 500-600 Ibs. 33.00-36.00. Good 260-500 Ibs, 32.00-35.00, 500-600 Ibs, 31.0032.00. REPLACEMENT COWS: Choice 3-6 year old 545-850 lb. cows 24.00-28.00. Black GOPs meet at LR UTTLE ROCK (AP) - The state Black Republican Council will conduct a meeting of black Republicans and independents in Uttle Rock today and Saturday. State Republican Party Black Council Chairman Elijah Coleman of Pine Bluff said the meeting y?QUld, be on organizational development, the recruitment of black Republican candidates and the "re-in- volvement" of blacks in Republican decision-making. The Black Council formerly was called the Minority Division. However, the name was changed to make it possible for the national Black Political Council to pay a director's salary in Arkansas. —Looking for something? Try the want ads. HERBERT BURNS MEN'S WEAR JACKETS JEANS no- \onni\c.:. you drscrve ill 'AMERICA'S FIRST 14 OZ. ALL COTTON BLUE DENIM JEANS AND JACKETS THAT: Neve i shrink out of si/e Resist shriveling, wrinkling am! puckering Gei softer sooner Stiiy stronger lonyei Fit iind fade beautifully Backed by a full one year warranty With the *trBuin-in Edge. Phase II. but it will militant." In Springfield, Colo., home base of American Agriculture, farmers expressed outrage that the local office of the federal Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Sorvu-e has been monitoring its activities. "Is this the ASCS or the CIA"" asked Gene Schroder of CampM. one of American Agriculture's founders. Maxine Unart. head of Springfield ASCS office, said Thursday she regularly sends newspaper clippings to Washington. She also said she has occasionally been asked to submit personal observations to the securitv section "Ihe se<ur,!\ v>'tion itist wants iii be Informix! of what is gi'ing on at the crass-roots iev • el." she saui "It's normal procedure The\ are '.-onoermM about the farmer's uiu;ht, and about Mr Ken;land s salet\ " Gram prices fluctuated a few ients on the Chicago Hoard of Trade and Mercantile F,x- chanico. but volume was normal And livestock movement at markets in Illinois was reported normal for the end of n week. The Illinois Corn Growers As sociation held its annual meeting Thursday in Peorta and ignored the strike, although the group went on record as favor- ins higher prices. SCHICK PRICES GOOD THRU Sunday Dec. 18th 900 Watt STYLING STICK Mo4*l ST-2 The Schick* Styling Stick dries, styles and makes curls. 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