PAGE TWO BT.YTIIEVn.I.E (AKK.) COURIKK WEDNESDAY, APRIL IB, 1W« Virginia's Ex-Governor Wins Congressional Seat By JOHN F. DAFFRON DANVILLE, Vs. WV-Virginia's Fifth District returned to its customary Democratic voting ways and elected former Gov. William M. Tuck to Congress in Tuesday's special election. It was the nation's first election since November in a normally Democratic district that bolted to Sugar Add Blamed /or Child Cavities SAN FRANCISCO Ifft — All the I dentists in the U. S., even \Vorklns , around the clock, would not be ubk 1 j to fill the cavities American chll-! dren get in their teeth. j That's the word Dr. Philip Jay. professor of dentistry at the University of Michigan, had for the California State Dental Associuiion j yesterday. ! Dr. Jay said the best remedy for j cavities would be for processors 10 take the acid bite out of sugar. If they could add something to the sugar molecule that would keep it from turning into acid while still in the mouth, people with a sweet tooth .could forget their worries about tooth decay, he declared. Pincher Pinched $125 Worth for Pinching Officer CHICAGO I/PI — A masseur who was accused of pinching a policewoman customer and was pinched J by her In return .was fined $125 in ' Municipal Court yesterday. The fine was levied by Judge Oscar Caplan against William A. Kritinar, 31, operator of a massage parlor. He was arrested last Feb. 25 by Policewoman Rita Meany, who testified she went to the parlor for a massage and to investigate that Kritlnar's massages were excessively amorous. She told Judge Caplan the charges were true In her case. He was fined for commlting a lewd act and disorderly conduct. Elsenhower. Tuck, 50, who walked out on the national Democratic ticket last fall, trounced Republican Lome Ross Campbell by about 4.500 votes In a total vole that fell short of 30,000. Tuck's majority was less than the district's usual comfortable margin tor Democrats in congressional elections. Nearly complete returns from all of the district's nine counties and two cities here near the North Carolina border showed 233 of 245 precincts B"ve Tuck 16,436 to Cump- boll's 11.942. Tuck's victory, was hardly a surprise, least of all to the loser. Campbell, a 43-year-old Independence. Ya., political newcomer and —-hke Tuck—a country lawyer, disclosed he hart congratulated Tuck and conceded the election at 9 a.m. yesterday—a sjood nine hours before the polls closed and anybody .started counting the votes. He uaid he'd made a personal survey and concluded he couldn't win. Tuck said lie plans to go to Washington to take Ills seat about m;, Tuesday. His election .shaves the Republican majority in the House to 10. When he Is seated, the division will be 221 Republicans, 211 Democrats, 1 independent and 3 vacancies. He will succeed Rep. Thomas B. Stanley (D-Va). who resigned from Congress in February to run for governor in the July Democrat- , ic primary. i St. Louis Labor Probe Begins ST. LOUIS OH—A federal grand Jury today begins an investigation into labor racketeering in the St. Louis area with special precautions to keep Identity of witnesses secret for their protection. The jury's session Is background- i suit^Bainst'"mRjor"'olJ "compnti'les ed by violence. Two union officials I involved In the Inquiry. Life Is Looking Bright for Blind Law Student CHICAGO f/Pi — Burton A. Kolman. a law student at DC Paul University, siiys as he sees it. "everything good is happening to me ail at once." His life Is looking bright, he explained, because (U professors at Dp Paul's Law School, where he Is a senior, told him he has the Highest schola-stic average in the school's history; (2) on his 2!st birthday last Sunday he was elected vice president of the American Law Students Association, and (3). 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