The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1956 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6,19M BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAfSl THREB- Chinese Mental Patient Returned To Red Homeland WASHINGTON (AP) — After six years in a Missouri mental hospital, Liu Yung-ming is being returned to his home in Red China. His government had charged that the 36-year- old Chinese student was being held against his will. Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw York Cotton (12:3* quotations) Mar 3385 3390 3381 3390 May 3325 3329 3320 3328 July ........ 3119 3182 3112 3119 Oct 3069 3019 3055 3067 Dec 3049 3056-3035—3««New Orleans Cotton Mar . ... 3384 3391 3384 3391 May . . 3326 3331 3328 3331 July .... 3179 3179 3178 3178 Oct 3060 3080 30'51 -3069 Dec 3047 3054 3iHO 3046 The immigration servke announced last night it has received approval from hospital authorities and from British officials in Hong Kong to deport the student. The deportation order has been pending since 1951, on the ground Liu no longer was studying at the Unl versity of Missouri. The service had said earlier it had been balked by inability to get a Hong Kong transit visa. This has now been arranged, it said, and doctors-at the state hospital at Parmington, Mo., have reported the student is now well enough to travel alone. He has "received Chicago Wheat Mar .... 210>/2 2111/2 21054 21oy B May . . . : 20T/8 208& 207y 8 208 Chicago Corn Mar ..... 129'/ 2 130'/ 8 129'/2 130 1 /, May .... 132% 134*. 132% 133% Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 239 240% 238 'A 240 '/i Mar .... 242% 244% 242'/ 2 243% May .... 2447 8 246'A 2441/2 245Vo July .... 243% 245 243>/4 244% New York Stocks A T and T ............... 180 Anier Tobacco ............ 81 Anaconda Copper ..... ..... 72 163 126 56 44 93 36 48 45 ; 65 10 Standard of N J 151 Texas Corp .'. 124 Sears . 35 U S Steel 57 Beth Steel. Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen Electric .Gen Motors Montgomery Wa N Y Central . Int Harvester Rrpublic Steel Radio ..... .'. Socony Vacuum Studebaker Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 (ft— (USDA) — Hogs 9,500; higher; mixed U. S. No. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ib 11.50-12.00; No. 1 and 2 around 190-225 Ib 12.25; about 50 head 12.35; moved grade 230-270 .Ib 10.50-11.75: 270-310 Ib mostly No 2 and-3 9.75-10.50, lev to 10.75; 140-170 !b 10.75-11.50; SOWS 450 Ib 8.75-9.25; heavier sows 8.00-50; boars over 250 Ib 5.50-6.50; lighter weights: to 7.50. : Cattle 700, calves 400; sprinkling stockera and low grade slaughter steers and hellers; most of which cattle of quality to sell from around 14.00-16.00; steady; occasional sales commercial cows up to 13.00 and extremes above; odd head young heifer type cows to 14.00; scattering utility to grade 11.00-12.00; canners and cutters 8.50-10.50; some 7.00 and below on , inferior shells, common and me' dium stackers 12.00-15.00; utility 23 00-29.00: P. is-v; his 1 " ~"~~ prime 30.00-33.00; commercial to good kinds 16.00-23.00. maximum benefits" from lus treat ment, .they said. To Sail Jan. 1 An immigration officer will accompany Liu to San Francisco, from which he will sail Jan. 8, the service said. He was committed to the hospital in 1949 alter his case was diagnosed as schizophrenia. The Chinese Reds charged Dec. 15 that he was held in the hospital as a means of preventing his return to Red China. That charge and other developments indicate'' to some persons here that Red China has launched a new propaganda campaign designed primarily to counteract world public opinion against itr continued "detention of 13 Ameri cans. Personal Income Hits New High WASHINGTON If) — The Commerce Department said today that in November personal income rose to a record annual rate of Sl'l'.V Billion dollars.. That was about two billions higher than in October. For the first 11 months of this year, the report said, the public's income was at an annual rate ot 302 billions, some 15 billions higher than during the first 11 months of 1954. For the most part, the rise in aicome was due to higher industrial payrolls. Half the rise took place in the automobile industry and a quarter of it in manufacturing of other things. ELECT1B3 -r Earl McGregor this week-was installed as noble grand of Blytheville's Oddfellows and Mrs. Mary Warren, in joint installation services, became noble grand of the city's Rebekah chapter. (Courier News Photo) 12 CITY (Continued from Page 1) sonnel and allowing persons of "questionable character" to frequent taverns are other problems. Let Us Know "Our two aims are to keep, pur boys on the Job and to.establish good relations between them and the city of Blytheville," he said. "'We want our boys to walk with their heads UP and, be friends, not-enemies If our airmen cause- trouble; let us know." , Bill Sommerville, city-county sanitation inspector, was more specific as to reasons why establishments had been placed off limits and why others had been warned. He said his inspections had revealed dirty floors, unsanitary toilet facilities, lavatories and improper 'cleaning : of utensils and equipment. Certifying, along with other, that local lay; enforcement conditions are improving was Frank Hass, chief enforcement office for the State Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Said Bass, "Lately we have not had adverse reports' from the Blytheville area. It appears that local officials are keeping things 'well in hand." County Druggists To Be Installed George A. Hipp of Leachville and Phillip W. Ball of BlytheviUe will be installed as chairman and vice- chairman of District No. 15 when 'the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Association holds its annual nistallation banquet at .Little Rock, Jan. 15. Legislative committeemen to be installed from the district are Prentice E. Holder and Harold Wood, both of Blytheville. Wade Willis of Magnolia will be the principal speaker at the affair which is to be held at the Marion Hotel. Union college, Schenectady, New York,'.was the first non-sectarian college in the United States. Chartered in 1795, it was the first college west of the Hudson. For True Light Church Members of Consolidated 'and Regular Baptist Conventions have scheduled a Bible Institute for True Light. Baptist Church here Jan. 9 through Jan. 12. .' Pastors, preachers, deacons, Sunday school workers and WMS members ' are to attend the program which begins at 7 p.m. each day. Rev. M. W. Williams,' former Bible teacher of Arkansas Baptist College, is among those -who will lead discussions. There is no admission and the meetings are open to everyone. Moose Goes to Town SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich, (.fl— A moose has been added to Saillt Ste. Marie's long list of visitors. Deer and bear frequently stroll into town from surrounding woods. A moose was spotted only three blocks from downtown. It was the first one seen on city streets. While Firemen Fight Fire, Truck Is Stolen BOSTON (Si— Whiie firefighters were battling a night club blaze in the theatrical district early today, someone stole one. of their big fire trucks. The thief abandoned the ladder truck when it crushed against a fence at the Botson Common. He couldn't make a full swing around the corner without a tiller man to steer the rear end. . The blaze caused 540,000 damage to the Stage Bar. Dist. Fire Chief John" Flanagan, who estimated the damage, said the blaze was caused by a carelessly disposed cigarette. Wants Teen-Age Ban LOS ANGELES W! — Teen-agers should be prevented from driving after dark, says Dr. Elmer Hess, president of the American Medical Assn. Dr. Hess, of Erie, Pa., said in an address here, "In my part of the country most of the after-dark accidents involve teenagers." He also blamed elderly people who poke along the highways as a major cause of accidents. Funeral Mass For A. Blanchard A funeral mass for Avery Blanchard, Blytheville grocer who died ,xt a Little Bock Hospital Thursday morning, will be said by the Rev. Amos Enderlin at Immaculate Con- ;eption Church at 9 o'clock tomor- iow morning. Pallbearers will be Leo Bomblaski, Danvl Lunsford, Clyde Dooley, Pete Thompson, Johnny Hocot, Ralph Caudle and Brad Daniel. Howard Funeral service is in charge of the burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. Quemoy Shelling Means Nothing, Radford Claim* TOKYO M) — Adm. Arthur Badford, chairman of the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, arrived today from Formosa and said the artillery duels in the Formosa Strait between Chinese Nationalises and Communists "don't mean anything." Radford, homeward bound from a world tour, told newsmen, however: "I don't know what the Communists plan to do," He said before leaving Taipei that he feels the Chinese Communists have a "greatly increased capability" but ,that they aren't looking for a "tough fight." Radford has been talking with n. S. and Allied miliary officials on his tour and looking at some po- tention trouble spots. He is scheduled to meet with Japanese leaders and visit South Korea during his five-day stay in this area. Negro Deaths Rebecca Makon Services" for Rebecca Makon, who died Wednesday night at her home in Luxora, have been postponed from Sunday at 11 a.m. until Monday at 1:30 p.m., Home Funeral Home announced today. Bites will be held at Gospel Temple Baptist Church, Luxora. WEST GERMANY HOME FOR RUSSIA? - The Falkenlust Castle near Bonn, Germany, is considered most likely to become the Soviet embassy in West Germany. It would become the seat of the newly appointed Soviet ambassador to the Bonn government, Valerian A. Zorin.. HONOR FIRST RFD MEN—In anticipation ot Rural Free Delivery's 60th anniversary in 1996, the Men's Club ot SbepbenMown, W.Va, honored three pioneer carriers. > Shown with the first ' RFD "mail wagon" are, left to right; Ben Hartzett, at Shephcrdstown; Melvm T. Strider, of* Charles Town, and Charles Morgan, of Sbepberdstown. Cities are » Jefferson County, where RFD started in 1996. Strider was the nation's first RFD carrier, working from OvtfJa. Jn WOS nine routes were added and Hartzell and Morgan had the first ones oat ot ShepnenMown. Hartzell designed and had built the first RFD wagon, before which they are sitting. It include* a stove, because he almost troae to death in the winter ot 3(803 when ttxr rop*"—T TO"*" ""• DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page 1) agriculture, in 1952. Into BllKons Sen. Russell (D-Ga) said in an interview that any "crash program" such as he thought the Eisenhower administration is likely to suggest "could require appropriations running into the billions." He referred particularly to proposals for a soil bank, under which farmers would be paid in cash on surplus crops for taking some land out of production. He • said he might support a soil bank proposal "after I find out what the . costs will be." Present farm 1 programs, he said," are costing a billion or more dollars a year. . Rep. Abernethy (D., Miss.) told the House yesterday that any program Secretary of Agriculture Benson submits will wear "the gaudy garb of partisan politics." Oldest Officer Is 99 LONDON Wf—The Salvation Army's oldest officer, Brigadier. Hannah Lord, observed her 99th birth- today. Her son Commissioner Herbert Lord, directs Salvation Army affairs in South Africa. Starting Jan. 9 In Ihe Courier News -NOTICE- TO families who depend on Fast Aspirin Relief You get extra economy when you buy St Joseph Aspirin in the giant 200 tablet bottle for only 79|!. That's less than I4t a tablet for the best aspirin relief possible. And too, you can be sure of having St. Joseph Aspirin on hand when you need the fast relief it brings. Sp why pay more? Do as millions do; get the best for less. Be sure to buy a 200 tablet bottle of St. Joseph Aspirin for only 79f today. The DONUT SHOP 2008 W. 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