The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 22, 1952 · Page 15
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 15

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
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THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1952 -*- PAG£ 15 fim , LADY COPS nave shapely limbs and know what to do on a beat, 12 New York City lady police- rehearse a choias number for a Policewomen's Endowment association. (International) KE OF FIVE armed members of a hbluup gang, including their "mad dog'' leader, are captured at gun' in a Providence, R. I., diner before they can pull their guns. Shown with some of the 10 state troop- d Providence detectives who captured them are Harvey .Bistany (front right), 50, the leader; Den- jjLylwyn (front left), 30. and Manuel Orfae, Jr. (front center), 35. Bistany, sought for a Brooklyn ';oSca robbery, was questioned IrTcorinectibn with the murder of Arnold Schuster, but a Kew York ie official denied that he was wanted in connecUon with that slaying. , (International Soundphoto} •aham Prophecy All Wet, She Says RpatllHI 1=Y i * * . ' tPt»l* B iSB^S %£ a MOSBY. LYWOOD — SUE)— Stomach fr.Samia Carnal wriggled into to crash the movies > and announced ever>'body's fibs about her. is. she announced, neither a ancer nor a bather in olive Egyptian beauty proclaims r.ow a dramatic actressSvho : a couple of Texas.oil nd puts ice—American-style er highballs. ' y ou!d like to be a-;dramaUc = in Holiy\vood," said Samia a dramatic toss of her long, br!>-yn hair. "I act. in movies am not a beily dancer," .she d. "I am Oriental dancer. aniebody made* that olive oil oir.ebody call us Abdullah abdomen, too. People look at ke I'm donkey. Thoy ask me lo Take Off U.S. Hay 31 IS —!>— Gen_ Dwight D. ower will 'turn over his and to Gen. Matthew B. sy Ms;.- 30 and take off for i'.on May 31, it was an- today, ilied supreme commander, •Ures June I to become an candidate for the Tleiiubli- •raideptia] nomination, will -ish his post • u> : . Ridgway at csl ceremony at headquar- 'ay. now in Washington on 'm>m Tokyo, is f to arrive ^1 have Wednesday and =">• 10 go over the supreme command with Eisenhower « formally take over Fri- fcch is Memorial Day. W is due in .Washing- cL^? 61 ^ 6 ^° W ^ T e P° rt ^ruman and become citizen. As a five- r'er, he will reactive duty. how I cut my toenails, round or square. I tell them I have five fingers like you. I am not deeferent." Samia arfti her stomach arrived here-ito dance for the movie stars at Giro's. She Was with her husband,' Texas millionaire Sheppard King, who took her away from it all and imported her to the U.S. They decided to wed, as followers of tender romances \VH1 recall, after a two-hour courtship over champagne in Paris. Since then she feels she is not being: recognized for her art. "In Egypt belly dancer has beeg fat stomach. She just stands and \viggles. She does not know what to do with her hands," explained Samia. "Samia moves everything at once," husband King added. - "I .never wear girdle," Samia "continued. "I try girdle for five minutes and take it off. Girdle only for fat woman. I think I am the only one in ' Hollywood who doesn't wear one. " "I must have little bit stomach for dance, so I can move it. I cannot' eat before' my show, though. If I have one sandwich, you ciin see it. • "But tell movie w stars to keep stomach.? not so strong, but, little bit "soft. Sexier." King reached across the nightclub table and clutched the hand of his brown-eyed bride. "We've been married nearly six months," he sighed. "Billy Graham, the evangelist, said we would not last six months, but we're still going full blazes." Mine' Found !n Discgrded Picture CHICAGO — (u^ 1 —Jack Shore's good news is bad news for some New York art experts. Shore, a Chicago arc dealer, paid S100 for a painting shunned by other bidders at a Manhattan auction, recently. The * painting was identified later as an original Lucrezia Gorgia worth S15&000. EANDERA —(UJ»J— Sheriff John . Faris said today that Zarl ifat- hews, 'a 29-year-old, sbc-foot tall ranch hand, has been, charged •with* murdering his three-and-a-half- year-old stepson with, his fists. District Attorney Tim Weatherby said at Kerrville tha't after the boy, Clinton Lee Clark, died, Mathews: clubbed a dog to death and blamed it for the injuries that killed the boy. Faris said ^athews had been. moved. from- the Bandera jail to Hondo, the seat of Medina eountj-, because the whole community \vas aroused ajjd he was afrauli the ^ izens might try to take the law into their own hands. > Clinton Loe was killed Sunday near the town of Tarpley, Tex. A Tarpley physicaln said it was a natural death, but an undertaker became suspicious and called a justice of the peace. An autopsy performed in Snn An.cor.ib.' showed Clinton Lee died of a ruptured liver and hemorrhage of the stomach. Sheriff Faris arrested Mathrw.s Monday. He WKS charged with murder with nialsce and Weatherby said a special session of the grand jury would'Consider the casr. "I hit Clinton Lee- with my hand in the stomach,":'.- MaLhews told Bandera County Attorney Glcndo_n Roberts. "I picked him up from the floor with both hands and hit him in the stomach., I just don't knew how many times I hit him." He said it ail started when he whipped Clinton Lcc in the bathroom. He said he told him to put his najamas on and he "sassed" him/It was then, he said, that he picked him up and hit him. U'eatherby said that Mathews first tried to blame the boy's injuries on the dog he clubbed to death. 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