Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 7
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PsvcH.ATR.sT TELLS ARMY- \; _ , Nominate Stepdads 'Father of the Year' How to Reduce Psycho Discharges r CHICAGO «i-A piych!atrl«t aiierted Thursday that combat cowardice ai welt ai bravery muit be "recognized and taken Into consideration" If the armed force* are to maintain their morale. Dr. Eric Bell Jr.. of Naihvllle. Term, hit at any psychiatric theory that there are no cowards pectant" attitude toward each patient. The piychlatrlit mnde It clear ho expected the patient, deiplte hli anxieties, to return to com* bat "of hl« own free will." . · · · · IT WAS demonitrated, he went on, that many psychoneU' soldiers. Bell contended the "true Con- or bad men-- merely "ilck men rotlcs "can and do make good who need psychiatric help." · · · · "COURAGE CERTAINLY li not the absence of (ear because no one who Is normal li tree from fear In a situation In which his life Is endangered," he said Bell, Instructor In clinical psy . chlatry and neurology at Van' derbllt Medical School, presented a paper at the annual con ventlon of the American Psy chlatrlc As«n. He declared the practice of psychiatry was a "frustrating experience" throughout World War II, but much Improved In the Korean conflict. Army directives In World War II. he said, made discharge from service mandatory for any soldier diagnosed as having pay ·choneurosls. At a result, he went on, "nearly ai many men were being dls charged from the Army as were entering through Induction »ta tlons." * · · · BELL ACCUSED all branches of the armed services of exhl bltlne a "strange, Illogical type of thinking" during W o r l d War II, In that they recognized heroism with various medals and honors but were "unwilling to recognize the quality of coward He said some line officers, un willing to discipline such acts of cowardice as throwing away weapons In combat, would "pass the buck" to the medical depart ment. The man Involved would be sent to a psychiatrist far from the combat zone. Ai a result, he said, "tens of thousands of them discovered their symptoms were sufficient to excuse them from their labors, the uncertalntlei and dan- !«· of *».",,, . "WEAKNESS WAS rewarded by honorable medical discharge," he said, Two major changes dealing with the psychiatric problem made a "tremendous difference" In the Korean conflict, he said, cutting sharply the rate of such discharges, Psychiatric cases were "evacuated forward" to the combat xone and the psychiatrist, stationed In the combat Tone himself, maintained a "duty «x- C.O. Carrier Div. 15 Soon to Move Here Nominations already received for the Father of U' Year, an- eept of the nature of man" Is nua i contest conducted by The that he has "an Intelligence to decide between right and wrong" and a will which "can choose good or evil, bravery or cowardice, God or Mammon," As a result, he went on, "It Is absolutely necessary to utilize fully and,to Improve, the system of treatment of psychiatric casualties that was used In the Korean war." Independent, Tress - Telegram, list several stepfather* who have won the love of their stepchll^ drcn. "I think my stepfather Is the grandest man alive," wrote one Bellflower girl. "He gives my brother and myself everything we could want from a father. He works long hours to provide us with a good home and sees to It that we have good clotheslbe honored by being pictured In and a good education." - line Sunday Independent, Press- The Father of the Year will (Telegram June 9. He also will Earl Eisenhoiver Ribbed on Budget CHICAGO (UEl_Earl Elsen- hower, youngest brother of the President, was about to cut a ribbon opening a new sports store Thusday when someone In "Cut a budget?" asked Elwrv howcr, a suburban newspaper executive. "Not a chance. My name Is Earl, not Edgar--I cut the crowd suggested he call the ribbons only. Budgets are In ribbon "Budget." Ilke's line." receive a trophy presented by tho newspapers. · » · · ANY FATIIKR In the area s e r v e d by The Independent, Press-Telegram Is eligible. Nominations should be made In n letter of 50 words or less and mailed to the I. P-T. 6th St. and Pine Ave., Long Beach. They should be addressed to the Father of the Year Contest. Deadline for making nominations Is midnight May 26. INDEPENDENT--P«gt A.* SMilw C4lf, M, M«r IT, 1*17.. Persons making the nomlna- Jons do not have to be related ( :o the nominee. Several penonr. already have nominated minis. ^ era and schoolteachers wh( work with youth groups, " " IN FURNITURE APPLIANCES' tint, tkm *~ M . . In t«w» U4 «l» bMl *Kt iwto. DIXIE -- 1830 E. Art««U Hlk. LMW »!«« -- UtnMl Bunau WASHINGTON -- The Navy said Thursday that Rear Adm. K. W. McKcchnle. commander of Carrier Division 15, will shift his flag to Long Beach from San Diego, effective July 1. The USS Boxer and USS Princeton, which make up the division, previously had been assigned Long Beach as home port. Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel and Rep. Craig llosmer were Informed that the move will In volve about 12 officer* and 30 men In addition to the admiral. The Navy also anounced that the seaplane tender USS Curtis. soon to be reactivated, also has been assigned Long Beach as Its home port. Reactivation of the Curtis will get under way In June and require about three months, the Navy laid. Gty Share of Gas Tax $997,798 Long Beach's apportionment of gasoline tax funds for the current fiscal year totals J997,- 798.43, state highway engineer G. T. McCoy notified city officials Thursday. The city's budget wtlmate of funds from . this source was $928,660. Apportionments of revenue from five-eighths of one cent of the Mate-collected tax are made on a basis of population. Receipts from three-eighths of one cent must be spent for mijor street construction, and the balance for maintenance. · · · · FOR THK qUAKTKR ended RlHrch 31, the city's share Is $236,556.42. Revenue from t.ie second quarter of thr calendar year will be allotted next fiscal year. Total apportionment! to all cities this year amount to $28,219,354.63. an I n c r e a s e of 52.192.736,08, McCoy reported. Fourteen new cities with a population of 220,053 were Incorporated during the year. · Syrians Aid Algerians DAMASCUS W -- Syrians have contributed more than two million pounds (stout $560.000) to a "Support Algeria" drive last year. The fund was handed over to « committee of anti- French Algerian rebels by President Shukri Kuwatly. OPEN M O N D A Y AND F R I D A Y 9:30 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. $45 to $55 men's sport coots save 40% to 69% 24.88 Rich rugged textures In the season's newest fabrics from the world's finest mills. Forstmanns -- English Imports -- Fine Domestics woven from 100V. Australian wool -- new Silk and Wool mixtures. Medium to dark tones in muted-stripe loden cloth, neat all-over patterns, Ivy herringbone stripes, popular small checks, rich plaids. In tans, brown, blues, dark grey, medium grey. 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