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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - February 1, 1979, Galveston, Texas Expels Nationalist Chinese Spokesman Thursday Morning February 1 1979 Chr fiaKuBton 9A TAIPEI Taiwan UPI The Slate Department expelled Taiwans No 1 spokesman in the United States to avoid any em barrassment during the visit of Vice Premier Teng Hsiaoping Chinese and American sources said Wednesday Gene Loh director of the Chinese Information Service in New York for nine years was helieved to be the first nationalist Chinese ever expelled bv the United States Although the ostensible reason for Lohs ouster as an undesirable element was his criticism of policy H is no coincidence that he was expelled right before Teng Hsiaopings one source said Both American and Taiwanese sources claimed Peking pressured Washington into the move The State Department ov feared Loh would organize mass protests against Teng and it wanted the expulsion to be a warning to Taiwans ether representatives to behave themselves or risk the same the sources said The State Department reportedly based its ex pulsion order on a column Loh wrote for the New York Daily News Dec 26 criticizing the switch of diplomatic recognition from Taipei to Peking As Taiwans principal spokesman Loh had issued many statements since the diplomatic breakthrough was announced Dec 15 He urged in the newspaper article that American citizens press their elected representatives to help in making sure that Taiwans security needs are amply Loh 54 svho was believed to be at the top of Pekings blacklist of critics in the United States said In all my various interviews with radio television and newspapers 1 told them nothing but the obvious truth 1 cannot see what is The expulsion was covered up in Taiwan to avoid public demands for retaliation but the sources said the nationalist government may retaliate at the end of February when Embassy staf fers will begin working under a new organization called the American In stitute Doll Show Registration Scheduled Today Friday MARGARET HOFFMAN was honored Friday on her retirement after many years of service as Santa Fe Tax Assessor and Collector by friends and co workers Roy Wollam left Superintendent of Schools presents her with an award while Clarence Hoffman looks on Mrs Hoffman who began work in 1949 has always been active and plans to stay that way The mother of two sons she now is the grandmother of two She enjoys visiting the sick reading and keeping up with current events Staff Photo By Bill Barry See This Sundays TV Guide for all The TV Listings CHAPLAIN COLONEL WALTER A HARGRAVES USAR Retired was recently decorated with the Armys Meritorious Service Medal for service during the period of Apil 1974 to Feb 1978 A former pastor of the Central Christian Church in Galveston from 1959 to 1966 Rev Hargraves retired with 27 years of combined active and reserve duty During World War II he served as Hospital Corp sman in the Navy During the Vietnam con flict he served as American Red Cross Field Director in the Delta region of that country At present Rev Hargraves is pastor of the First Christian Church in Brighton Colo The 2filh Annual Doll Show sponsored by the Galveston Recreation Department is open for registration between the hours of 9 and 6 today and Friday The doll show will be held Saturday in the Mcnard Community Center No entries or registrations will be accepted the date of the show Entrants are asked to bring their dolls to the community center for registration The doll show is open to the public Prize ribbons will be awarded by a panel of judges for first second and third place in each of the 24 catagories For the HHh consecutive year a grand prize ribbon will be awared by the judges to the most outstanding doll selected from among the 24 first place winners Judges for the 1979 doll show are Mrs Paula Shipley Mrs Viola San derson and Rose Bennett Further information about the doll show is available from the city recreation department at 7002139 Its the billing that soon takes the cooing out of new marriages WE ALSO REDUCE COPY is 763ieee FARXIKIGONOUR LOT KONSUMERS FOODMKT 172845th 7638893 Stocks Suffer 3rd Loss Amid Gloomy Economic News NEW YORK UPI Stocks suffered their third straight loss and worst in two weeks Wednesday amid threats of domestic oil curbs and a possible slowing of the economy Trading was fairly active The Dow Jones industrial average a loser Tuesday plunged points to the worst loss since it fell points Jan 16 The Dow has lost points the past three sessions Despite the loss the Dow gained points for the month the best January since it soared in 1976 The New York Stock Exchange index surren price of a share shed 34 dered to and the cents Declines topped Cotton Statement Thii Day This Week This Season Last Season i3179 Receipts Other Ports Total 28i642 79 The following quotations are supplied through the courtesy of Rolan Mosle Allied Chem KMart 24 Alum Co Am 51 S Kroger AmerAir LigMyrs 36 Vi Am Can Litton Ind 19s Am Cyan 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US Steel IBM 308 i WestrnCo IntHarv WestrnUn Int Nickel Wstnghse Int Paper Woolworth Xerox JohnManv Zales 16 i Kaiser Aim 183i Zenith R Kennecntt LOCAL INTEREST The following quotations supplied by Rotan Mosle are on stocks of par Ucular local area Interest because of the nature of the organiiatkra or the fact it is locally connected through holdings or operations In this Bid Asked AmlndFncl 18i 19 i AmNtlFncl 12v 12j AnheusrBusch 26 i 274 iAnico Growth Anico Income vContlTelUtl XonnGenlns 3Gv 37 fGrtSthrn 55 t 56 i Mitch Energy Nail W Life 8t 84 iPenzOfshr 12 Stewart Infor 23U 24 161 I1 USNatlBcsh EXPORTS Foreign G a t Britain France Continent Africa S Ame n c a Middle East Orient To t e I Fa reIE advances to 445 among the issues traded at 4 EST Energy Secretary James Schlesinger ignited the selling when he said government curbs may have to be imposed by April 1 unless Iranian oil production improves DOE said gasoline prices could rise 9 to 12 cents a gallon in the next two years Big Board volume totaled shares up from the traded Tuesday Composite volume of NYSE issues listed on all exchanges and over the counter at 4 totaled shares com pared with Tuesday The American Stock Exchange index skidded to and the price of a share shed 16 cents The National Association of Securities Dealers NASDAQ OTC index lost to At 4 ASARCO was the most active NYSE listed issue up 1 to 19 Exxon which raised its dividend payout was second off to 51 Gard nerDenver which recently agreed to merge with Cooper Industries was third up 100 Doctor Loses Court Appeal 482i213 167i951 5i691 183i861 Domestic I By Container By Rail By Truck Destroyed By Fire 150 TOTAL FLOUTS 51621 1li952 Galveston Stock Statement This Day TOTAL BALES Last Year This report provided through the courtesy of the Galveston Cotton Exchange and Board of Trade AUSTIN Texas UPI A psychologist facing million in damage suits filed by two former patients who claim he seduced them lost his appeal Wednesday of a court decision holding him in contempt for failing to answer questions about sexual encounters with other patients Dr John Abell appealed the contempt judgment to the Texas Supreme Court contending the demand that lie answer questions detailing sexual contacts with other patients violated the rights of privacy of him and his patients Tne court without written opinion denied Abelis motion for habeas corpus however refusing to overturn the contempt judgment He has been free on bond in each of the cases since being held in contempt Nov 16 1978 by District Judge Jim Dear Two former patients filed the damage suits against Abell claiming he gained their confidence during counseling sessions then had sexual intercourse with them in his office Polly Durham is seeking million in damages in her suit against the psychologist and Carolyn Craig is million Their attorneys had filed interrogatories in district court asking Abell to tell whether he had killed hugged fondled or had any sexual contact with other 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