bombs charged out of the university's main gat§ to attack thousands of Eight thousand riot police in green waiting ribt'police.
of students hurling fire- po, Chung, Iri and Kyongju.
- Wilson Butte's 16,000-year-old arti- facts were first discovered during a 1959-60 excavation led by archaeolo-’ gist Ruth Gruhn. Some scien- tists, however, remain skeptical of Gruhn's findings. • -“There’s one- thing-on-which any first lady must be a stone wall: The first lady is first of all a wife." she said in a speech delivered to about 1,000. Circuit Court of Ap*- • pellato court bad ever rearii^ concldilon.'; • The ormed serri^’ right to bs M disdiarges. Sanun Afy: , The leat Ung edge of another sto rm ■ ■ western border ‘Thunday aftomoon. the voles, ho ently, r Vrias nddqd, "Perhaps it’s easi' AOchael puk^s pledging a better re- needs in November," said Dukakis er, we can get along in the same lan- ^lationship^ith Cogtral America and spokesman Leslie Dac^h._ , guage. Reagan bad U fend off White House aides and oth- also basic personal rights every pro- ‘"'^ted to discuss her role as ers while Reagan has ' nicuperated sident should not be denied." she said “''Stlady.andshechosetoteli 'herau- from a variety of medical procedures, “As a wife. Reagan bad from a variety of medical procedures, including the surj^ry he underwent ns much right to a normal recupern- '®-’^^jy PE-B^9P^‘^-Tcnnzo_she_is_fir8t In .i.looc — u ** and foremost a wife and that she in July I9M to remove u malignant tipn as any other husband. “The problem seems getting worse," Tribal Land Use Com- mission membcr Emalinc George sold.
- Gruhn has returned to Wilson Butte with her husband, Allen Bryan, after n 28-year hiatus in hopes of si- lencing the doubting Thomases. « m '^^^^Cm'atfbn^wetyfronrtfa'nferlt^^qld-fae better to . spouses of participants in the World Gas Conference meeting i_n Washing- ten.._,. as White House chief of • staff.” ; Regan wrote that her interest in as- ' trologylcd her to take a direct hand in- tho preparation of the president’s schedule a'hd the timing' of,, 'among other things, the signing of the. S.- Soviet treaty eliminating medium- range nuclear weapons from the su- perpowers' arsenals. oh bomosezual coadud : has been upheld by the courth: Bat'' -the ^po&le-court, in-acaseihvid V'L- area, said tto Arinys'r^- . Tho storm produced warm tom- — — pefa Ui W-aad-strong-gusty^inds— thraughout Muthem,ldnho. j Morning fog opd cloudy skiorikopt , temperatures 20 degrees cooler in tli« ' . That helps.; ; Republican George Bush traveling to -Recent polls show the vice pro- Dukakis' discussion with Arias* _TIew-York state and north . I believe my husband has hardest rol6s The firs t lady 's press socrotniy,. tumor growing in his'.colon, ns well as "No first ladv need mako nnoloirips t akes care of him (tho president) d s -dunng-lhe-ietupere Uuii fpr Jookingpu't'husband’a.per-. - Mostly prunings, old furniture and full trash bags, the dumping has really begun to offend tribal leaders since piles of waste were re- — cently disctn'crcd-near old-burial grounds, -hunting and-fishing4iroas: and protected sites like the Cedars just west of the did Fort Hall townsite. • , BOISE-(AP) — The Idaho Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the use of testimony from a preliminary hoaring in a later criminal trial where the witness was not availoblc to testi- fy ■- - - Because of the rather informal and- prcliminary nature of a. wepbovice: \ Pfivaio room In llconsod Country SMo Living Conior' -j J!
^ — bomba tried to march' to' comm'unisf "Students took two captueff'onicera] North Korea on Friday as riot.police away with their and their fired volleys of teor gos to drive them fate was not known. About 6,000 students, yelling anti- • Running clashes were reported ^encan slogans and shouting Thursday in at least eight provinciri TJmte our fatherland, tried to march cities between police and students try* out of Yonsei University m Seoul ing to reach the coital for the m Urc K- ' ' head, for the Jjorder.30 m Uea to : the 'More than 200‘'studi? Other stu; rlqf.troopers battled to drive them dents trying to r^ach the campus ba^ into the schoo l. erupted ot tho school Thursdey when henks and glowed orange when e fire. Stqdcnte armed with wooden and to prevent them from assembling. Vt.iy, irinar-nf^l^i V-ilp Tnf g*— Walsh-lnntifipri TIS Hjfitri ct Judge' was limited to the soi l’s-upper layers. “We've twojuries for one trial of the fired Na- ' found that there is’still a lot hero;" , tional Security, Council aide and his A lot of sweat and diri was ex- former boss. pended before the, archaeologists Walsh, who also proposed a joint coul3 reach this optimistic conclusion, two-jury trial for arms dealers Albert Gruhn, Bryan and their fo'ur pereon, Hakim and Richard V.
White supremacist says he’s conspiracy target BOISE (AP) — White supremacist ' Keith Gilbert says he isn't about to apologize to onyone'fo? And-ha-maintains-that-his-prison these people to shut me up and get me out of town," he told (J. District r Rynn, shb'rtly afler he was sentenced to an extra 16 months State receives AIDS grant BOISE (AP) - The Idaho Department of Hcalth and Welfare has receive d a 8.000 grant fromj Lh^federal J^ent V^ trol to establish new programs for prevention of acquired immune de-.
ficicncy' syndrome among Hispanica, American Indians and blacks.
full- Justice 'Stephen Bistline agreed wasboard-certified inthespecialities- scale trials, in which both sides stage .
with the result, but said he would o£podiatrics or surgery.