25 of at at by Dr. to yester-l yester-l go to as Her eat in she the h . ! X "I m H ' ..,.,,.'1 ,, i. i- i- w . i,': F, Si .. ,,t 1 ,V T i (O T, i i ill it ii i ..-r ..-r ..-r ii iL.f . ,rs l : ; v:r,::: f I Susan Hayward Weds Floyd Chalkley. Surprise Ceremony Held Here Yesterday eTop Secret Affair Susan Hayward Wed In Phoenix Ceremony By PATRICIA SMITH TITIAN-haired TITIAN-haired TITIAN-haired Movie Star Susan Hayward chose a Phoenix judge's chambers yesterday for her J marriage to Floyd Eaton Chalkley, Carrollton, Ga, attorney. The couple obtained their marriage license at 4:30 p.m., and were married a half -hour -hour later by Kimball. Miss Hayward had hoped to escape recognition bylm . . in ketnm . using her real name, Eythe Mar- Mar- rener. SHE WAS recognized Immedi ately by employes In the county clerk s office. She listed her age as 37. Chalk ley, formerly with the FBI and now an investigator for individual firms, is 47. Earlier, Superior Judge R. S. Stanford Jr. waived the three-day three-day three-day waiting period. The brief ceremony was, wit nessed only by Judge Kimball's secretaries, Mrs. Dorothy Harrod, and Mrs. Ada Henrie. WHILE Chalkley made a quick trip to a floral shop to purchase a white carnation for each of them, Miss Hayward called Hollywood Columnist Louella Parsons from the Judge's chambers, fulfilling a promise to give her the story first. Although startled by the pres ence of two of The Arizona Republic Republic staff, she was gracious and co-operaUve. co-operaUve. co-operaUve. "Our main home will be In Georgia," she said, "although I'll commute to Hollywood for pic tures." Her latest film, soon to be re leased, seemed to keynote the oc-j oc-j oc-j casion. It's called 'Top Secret Affair." BEYOND saying. "We have friends here," she did not reveal the reason for being married in Phoenix. She wore a powder-blue powder-blue powder-blue silk sheath and duster, and matching shoes. The Chalkleys will honeymoon in New Orleans. The star, who formerly was I KapubUc Photo, Jsck Karle Justice of the Peace C Stanley , to obtained a divorce In April 1956 She also was awarded the custody of their twin sons. Both events were marked by long, bitter Uti- Uti- gation. Chalkley was divorced In Chi cago in 1950. Pupils Offer Conduct Code CEDAR GROVE, N. J. (AP) Seventh and eighth graders at the grammar school here have proposed a "code of teenage be havior" in hopes of avoiding "ob vious supervision" by parents, The code bans dungarees, ex cept on gym dates, ends dances by 10:30 p.m., and advises teen-. teen-. teen-. agers to avoid single dating. The youngsters also agreed to limit phone calls to a "reasonable" "reasonable" 15 or 20 minutes, return at an agreed time from dates, and sleep 10 hours a night If they ate seventh graders, 94 hours if in the eighth grade. MicfaTto Defends Guard Alabaman claims Pentagon In died when tad, southwest the Their escaped fatal here and son, t senior from was fishing a two from ally, south In Penasco. had fatalities. cer of half Nogales i Hills, Moscow.