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' UP 1 *** ' n. MOM STAR, HOrt, ARKANSAS Wednesday, April! 3, IMS* md Has fidcdTV to Stay ._3f> (A—"1£ yfiu can* ^in^em.' That is the " the movie ' ' " g'not entirely i*«vttk>i»lrtg for the pas fiut in the last IV in m Jetting ready to em Medium. lilblarer* in this much fanfaf „ entered the TV ,— Hhree year* ago. The its probed highly profit * (luttibla's subsidiary .ns^.now has five Series theater, Rin Tin Tin *•— 1 -"- < theater, Jungle --, Theater Theater deal has .-^.moneymaker, since ir> dramas arc sold to on for reruns, isaejr'took an even bolder -_,lh lils hourlong Disney- he cheated an expensive irtly'"'based on the vaiu- "ns he has In the studio tie produoer claims hc out* to make money, „,„. his'' hour-long Dlsney- 'iU'show a profit in the long 'Mb his- forthcoming daily Se Rd»v.key Mouse Club Well; It has already at- 'million dollars from •'. i , .^...,y laidjnhe entered the T. V. til, primarily to attract interest ^'i (theatrical ventures. He has .J&&. Mts "20,000 Leagues irTihe Sea',' is "a big hit, and to its Circus Coming Here April 18 com The "Aero-Stylites," Death defy- if aciialists, who pciform djn«or- acrobatic feats' 400 feot the 150 's doing it. tame 'out with the value of P e(1pl J Rofie " Bro. Circus tq play /«,. «u«o««^ c here for'one day stalling Apiu 10 tor theaters. spohsorcd by the Lions club .' _ Rek. The company "i'Y,. „ "T ,._ that,it might give up. and 8 ' 15 »• m 'theatrical movies cntirHv on making TV Two performances will be given daily - rhatinpc and night at 4 00 ., Century-Fox, long a tVfgainst any truck with TV, Jumping into the field. The »>fcJcon*erting its veteran .Avenue^ lot in Hollywood . nr plans to enter TV ' that similar to Discny n __.,.edly t will fill the flour time on NBC Sun" k * Warner* has an^qnced v - ,.,,Jj. .start TV production lir'ieriei «s,'first project. Indians and Braves Series Favorites By FRED DOWN United, Press Sports Writer DEATH Of A LEGEND Copyiraht I»S4 tj Will Henry. Uteii by erfifUtmtnl •ilh Hondo* Hmt, IK. Diiliibvt.d by NtA Sirrfrt. By WILL HENRY WILL HENRY grave. Chiang Visits Shell Torn Quemoy Isle Pv WILLAM MILLER TAIDEI, Formosa, (UP) Gefi| eralissimo Chiang Kai-shek visited shell-torn Quemoy island fdur miles from the Communist-held maniland today for his first sight A china since he fled to Formosa*more than live years ago. if n., hi? first visit to the off-shore island Chiang was closer to the mainland than at any time since the Chinese Communists overran' ft&p lh Missouri trauTNo hma. He sent more than six surelv not 18 The trevh,'*** n'f you wnen we nnea up tnem Dlu hours there although Nationalist Ws . gkin its lack of blard th/ bellies? " demanded the latter bel source ssaid the Communists shell- ( tousle of his blond hair a 1'bore' lige , re " tly / I' 1 ««dn't see n ? Y ed Quemoy today for the third clear witness to that A „ d |er lead being put to use County boy, he wore the uniform L CtoI £ slared , ,. ^ ck at h ' m ' of thn Sivlh MI B ,n,,H n m,J. „„* that ho was Winking rapidly. tHE STORY: When the gutr- name or rank in a common, open rilla bands operated along the Karisas - Mirrouri border during the Civil War, Jesse James tries vainly to join them. Sue cets comes at last when he Is ; ijccepted by "Bloody Bill' An- 'dersoris raiders. Chapter III loyalty to the South of any of the' galloping through Cane Hill, Into outlaw'band, save for Frank's bob- the Cherokee Nation. The tiny ' tailed tour with Prices original front j er town was to empty. To command of State Guards, had quict Too late, they realized that ,, enlisted in the regular Confederate , ne wind i ay .behind them. What Army and been transferred to camc with that wind( blowing sud-, \ Louisiana. Of the fading hierarchy c , Gn]v upon their sta rtled rears, of border irregulars, only Jesse was " a long column of Jennison's Cl tlfl Q Vi n *i«4 . ftiird r\f r T > r\f\f\* O ^ )\ ;1 .... « i , Aprl» 73, IMS MOM STAR, MOM, ARKANSAS .v- f V. i .... i ul D °raer irregulars, oniy jessu .. ]onB column of Jei ! under, buried without memory of and a hard . core of Todd - s and w « a thKans-is Cavalry hamp or rank in a common, ouen Ar,^™.,, ,..:.u,-..-i ,•— A ,-fitteentn js.ansas uavairy. . Five miles south of Centralia, riding ram-rod straight with Frank at the rear of the retreating guer- Andersn's faithful remained. The .g ue rr il la horsemen wore) (To Be Continued) i-illa column, Jesse looked for Cole, Presently he saw him, jogging his bay, head down .and alone, some distance ahead. Cole glanced up as Jesse eased I the tolack down to match the jog- fi p '"trot of the bay! "And where were was'y ou wne n we lined up them bluo- consccutive day. Chian.i was a ccompanied by of the Sixth Missouri Guards, and n/r ^,, . r -"«.v. u .r 01 ;ne >j] Xln Missouri Guards, and i7 j u » •» i_ Mme. Chiang, and his personal was not noarlv so T n ,"p! ori in eus was really macl aboilt lt; hc r-ui^f „(• -*«cr /-i <?..- T i •. . s nul ncdrl .y so inteiestcd in ...---I* j,,_ f u-,..,!-., „„,„ chief of staff, Gen. Sun Li-jcn. ft was the generalissimo's first visit to the Nationalist Chinese Island outpost since the outbreak of th e"little war'' last September. It also is the closest Chiang has been to the China mainland since the Chinese Red armies overran mainland ?nd the generalissimo was forced to floe to Formosa. Chians and his party spent six the approaching stop as were his coach companions. He had, after all, seen Centralia many limes. But as the train slowed now, his blue eyes suddenly narrowed at&'the milling rank of horsemen blocking the station - nonce. He wasn't just horsing now. Somewhere in the back of his adventurojs mind, Cole Younger had a line. As long as he followed Jesse, and he followed him to the last, he never stepped across it., He had known about that line' The in Florshelrri- Lotbps slim...trim,;. and now _ M j ..... • i*"'v uirtv.i^ iiuiau aiung me cic ll,/\^ ! L^/^,l". Q "l m ^^P^°™' "It's Jesse James! which bombarded almost regular y by Chinese Red artillery on the mainland and nearby islands. The official Central News Agen- f , . ,, .-•--",—;—. smuu barefoot boyhood. He knew, fastening on the slender, ' noW) tnat u wouk , eut bctween ' youth sidestepping the Wm and Din gus James until the horse along the depot last horse was shot oul from und . 2O° cooler! 1 cr either one of them. thlT'hnt 0 ' 8 "^ hi f- sta ; -tled , When the kneeling troogers had th i? y £ M -" S °", S " J ust now slumped into the gravel, the North Missouri's tracks n t «,„ AT^_*U »»i i-_ _.-_u. ~, ! .. -, .. , T . . ™ = juai, jiuw siumpea into me gravel the North Missouri's tracks of the North Missouri's right-of- •vin a dispatch 7rom' QuemVsaid Mak£ F'ankinThim 5 ^" «, IS>ay ' his gun had been cold in Us Chiang wore a military uniform other Union soldiers taken off thp i 10151 "' He had always accounted or his inspection of the defenses train T BimDomt hv tL IhM for his fair share along with tho on the island which the Reds have'yenTng i?uer?"uaa Down IhP !™l" ° thers ' that was certain ' But hu vo w «ri tn o=^,,^ ..„„ +i,« —j ,„ y . ellln s,guerrillas. Down, the long ha d never shot a defenseless hu- he had never vowed to caoture "on the rnad to ib«rale- Fromosa Frank" G^e'VdT^T vFT l ma " belng ' A " d Chiang toured several outposts Bill AnrWenn mo^o^i ^ n ,?° . y i^ illed a dog. within range of the Communist Jy wh P n th P T^t f ^h • ' Up to Centralia ^e outlaw cam cannon, the dispatch said. He ai.o'^ ^edjts heav?.e^hT c^ss"^ . h fi '^ S ^ al %™£ , . was briefed bv tho rommander of he Quemoy garrison. • meadow LucyMarlow Has About the Best Teacher HOLLVWOOD MB— Lucy Marlow, a brown-haired beauty who wants 7S rode lhe the NO rr ti, » • i g y ^ fgathcre h,rH t , f"™ Fast of Lm Wn> thmwas « one ' It's a bit earU Toi Clcvclan 11 to ;be a movie star, has the best hour and Milwaukee fans to apply for Possible teacher—Joan Crawford. Moses TeHs of New TV . Development Today, the American pu^/ny. ~,".._*o j*.<,^.m a j i u atan. .uii un -\r , , is standing on the bunk of one of'the tight foot befoic hui,c hom - , T, the greatest scientific advances of, town ciowds A ciowd of 50,230' t -. the past several -hundred years saw the Indians breeze'"to a 5-1 TC .^ " yo "" g , glrl w ^° ldolizes that may soon become a reality miveidict over the Chicago Whitr Sox 1 Soulh ? m Matron (Crawford). millions of American homes This'while a turnout of -43.fi.in «,«, ii^l T . he P' ctui 'e shows Lucy's disillu- Woild Series tickets but the In- ••" " "" dians and Braves certainly wasted !ed ou ' nei --•••• •.«»•-»;» t>o « marvi no time living up'to their advance j believe movie star. She was tl: notices as the majoi league ppn-! 81151 " 1 ^ actress who appeared at nant favorites. . | premier in early scenes of " Both flashed sound puchmij anii Star Is Born '" Her brief P erf °rm- dangerous long-ball punch in then openers yesterday to start .off on she landed a - contract at Columbia, she is playing her biggest millions of American homes This'while a turnout of -4.3,6-10 saw tho achievement is Phonevision, a prov- an c project j — -«-v", w ^» ^ i nas j ocij in ithe ed and tes ' cd form of subsciiption • an hour show which 1 televlsion ' that mav do morc to ipe toased'on .former movie' v V ard raising the American educa- ^, J1 The company has released J 1011 * 1 - cultmal and entertainment Of'Its old cartoon shorts to leve)s than any othei single factoi ^j f, " " ' • ' of-thc past. • ^rsal-International entered , T £ ls statement Was made today IT field three years ago. after I by Perl 'y Mnses of York Furmtuie eing one series, the studio Co / local dealer for radio and tel- IWl»ed itself to making com- fl isl ° n lc «lvers made by the Zen- ils'for TV. RKO has not en ith Radl ° Coiporation, in whose Ifrodtfction, but rents out' laboratories Phonevisjn was poi- Urf'-'its* Pathe'Jot In Cuh/er" fe ^ ted , ' b»TV producers I According to Mr. Moses Zenith latest report is that. MGM ha«. developed the .first workable iftV a leao into V. nosaiblv . pay :? v syslem in Ameiica, where Braves lally in the eighth inmnij'.,""^ 8S Sh , e « lscovel 's with tho niri of ,n n i,,» r'h,,. . T,., ls rcal -y a wicked woman. as she discovers her idol leap into V possibly P av ' lv system in Amenca, where and Washi i oi its vast HUCUO b / th e piogiam viewer pan make!famed out ome oi its vast bvua •putside producers, |ay's Pol f|l Known lew York PETT /ne Oliver r (YORK (*)—Ben .Alexander ' town the other-day, look„-/ much like Frank Smith, itpcky, red'faced, genial cop Mhe f slight touch of hypo Ja, whose wife and two kids Mm busy down at, homicide ie shopping lists,, Jly. t jpe Fuday's colon "Dragnet 1 was recog everywhere he went, And |Iy, New Yorkers we,re no il than anyone else, your partner,' Fank' cab driver. 'pull the package' on n asked a knowing out of the side of his ;ers on the street' asked if with the aid of loolue Chun Tan ner's hbnier 'to defeat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 4-2. In other games, the Kansas City Athletics made a successful Ainci ican League debut with a C-2 triumph over the Detroit Tigers before a crowd _pf 32,844 including former President Harry Truman; the Boston Red Sox beat the Baltimore Orioles, 7-2, behind Frank Sullivan's five-hitter and the Chicago Cubs walloped the St. Louis Cardinals. 1.4-4. New York At Philadelphia, Pittsburgh at Brooklyn and Washington at New York were direct payment lor those high-) Bob Lemon, a 23-gpine winner quality TV programs which hc and h.-st season, picked up riis'it where his'family • select. Just what this|he ,l«ft off bv.pitchim; n fivo-liittor discovery means to American tele- and Ralph Kiner weighed in with vision owners is so great that it is bis first homer as an American not even possible right now to en vision all of the advancements it might bring,. However, Mr; Moses said, here are just a few of the realities that this new discovery holds for us 'if the Federal Communications Commission, now closely studying Subscription Television, gives H their approval Tcxarkana Man Named SHREVEPORT, La. t/V) B. R. MqCarley of Tcxarkana has been Crawford, who has lasted longer than any star in Hollywood history, is naturally a starlet's ideal. When 'Queen Bee' started, Lucy said to the star: "I'm new at this, and you know so much. I wish you would criticize me." So Joan took Lucy under her wing. Its been quite an educa- patrols back-country la ne s clock. As usual, the s vanished. And, as usual, waited their chance to regather and strike done, [again. Tnc c hance did not come, in an or-(By the fall of 1864 the raiders un- were forced to the last resort — the attaching themselves to some unit „<• f * i'- lu" dazed of the regular Confederate Army. of Centralia gathered to The mii they chose was tne M1 *. tne soldier dead. Shortly, souri Corps of General Sterling n stunned silence, the price, produce d- mattocks, Jesse| second now on]y to shovels. Within the Anderson and Quantrill in the row of -,,Jn ? ^ P W ?^ guerrilla command, led his follow- low-of tiooper bodies was .spaded ers into Price's regiment late in I September. Riding with the regular cavalry of fabled fellow - Missourian, Jo Shelby, he was in time to see George Todd killed leading a charge in the October raid on Independence. The follo ; .v- Man Charged With Slaying Wife HOT SPRING, Iff) —. George ----- . Overb'y, charged with first degree ing month he .saw the bearded murder in conection with the head of Bloody Bill Anderson death of his wife, has been bound i speared upon a telegraph pole in ever to a Garland County Grand Missouri City, where he fell in a Jury' and may be sent to Little raid designed to cover price's re- Rock'-for mental examination. "•—-•• •- -'The! - 48-year-old Hot Springs aluminum worker appearing in circuit court here yesterday with out an attorney, waived a pre treat to the south. The 'guerrillas, Jfollowing Shelby and Price in their desperate attempt to cut their way through three and walked only throe as he scored an easy victory over a team that beat him in two of three last season. lion. "I've learned all kinds o: things," the young actress re marked. "She knows everything about lighting. Miss Crawford—she says to call her Joan, but I stil can't get used to it—can stand in a whole bunch of lights and know which one of them is not focused correctly. "I'm amazed at how she make? every minute count. Whenever she isnt busy on the picture, she's i handling some business or answering fan mail. She answers every letter herself. "I've learned a world of things about wardrobe. She went with me to a fitting and showed me thing? «~* uj.i an.uiijc.J-, WcllVUU a pi L'- at-LCJJiJJL IV u U L UI£U Way UUUUgXI liminary 'hearing. He did not enter to Texas, got only as far as White a P lea - . | Hiver, Ark. There Quantrill pro- Prosecutor H. A. Tucker said he posed to abandon the regulars and had petitioned circuit court to send strike for Kentucky. Jesse flatly Overby to the State Hospital at refused the defection. Quantrill de- Little Rock for mental examina-! parted with his followers that tion. I same evening. His brief ride into fust thi'ii 'ifti V omo Vic but T the a-! led Ught *i* V>**** *** t j v*. .1 L. All 1. i\ (141U ,HQ3 WWl.il elected Aikansas vice piesident of a : '° um llor the Red River Vallpv Assnpintinn P'i'Vf-land's ' r the fast nmng ., c, U Sn th h.l the Red River Valley Association. F. B.'Webb Jr. of Shreveport, La., was re-elected president at a meeting yesterday. They don't bothej to make distinction between the actoi a ii_al cop They just have a eral feeling of 'heat and away." Occasionally,, as a bobby Irvcks >o uin homes u, t'->o s,o ml All •u'lVi ui>re off Viruil winivn- m 1954. . At Milwaukee the fans were treated to even more spectacular l.oroics. Klus7.p".ul--i t'trealonrrl to kle loose won't wrin- when you lift your arms.' 1,880 Stricke nby Polio in 5 Years •^^^l^T e ^^ -™Kr1m'l 0?° £S anj when he blasted a wo-run homer.! today revealed the toll polio ha U'S^iTnlcs 10 "? 11 i!''T! r"V b )- aken ln U i C Stale in S« P«t i a 21 lend Ben But .. ver got that rajnjJQut Vjsack." during one whole ^Frank had had that diffi- elevators, son\«9flp san?— almost by dum." in . Wfto does it,' says ( 'thmks he's dpin'g It t time.' - " been an actor mpst of -he was a jghll^ per old silents^rthis con ,«,„„,,.„ doesn't exactly But J»e finds recognition nala even more' gratify- [ hanpen to be in some £en says, "three'* al- tw« hpo4s ' " ' Angeles cops on narcotics arrests In one place, he recalls, a, worji •an was giving the detectives i hard time at her door until sh saw Ben. Then she said, "Oh Mi- Smith, • why didn't they say yoi was here. Come on in," .Another tjme, a belligerent adol escent said to the two real dete tlves: "I wouldn't let you guy take me in I'll go with Mi Smith J never saw him hit anybody ' There was another type of reac tian/'frpm a cop, which Alexaodei hasn't y?t figured out Coin, through a stop sign one day, he was trailed to a gas station by a motorcyle cop. The cop pulled ou his .book pf-tickets, walked over took one look at Alexander moaned, "Oh, my God," and roared pff on his «5,000 MEN WANTED! Ufe Insurance Compony is QMi 1 men are eqrning the >y were formerly lawyers, I^MVJMP* cm^ salesmen. We train, swperyise yojy. Coll or write Herbert '- ' '•*'- D ,ack, jfRenklin •»-"« hittei batted 323 Atlanta'last session in his first appearance ;it the plale prumptly tied the score with his pinch horn tying a major league roc eV - ord Fleet Bill Bruton then singled and scored the tie-breaking run when Hank Aaron tripled off the right centerfield fence. Aaron tsl lied on Bobby .Thomson's saerifice fly. The victory went to Warron Spahn while ex-Cardina} Qerry Sta ley suffered {lie defeat. years. The announcement followed the official announcement at loft | Ann Arbor, Mich., that the Salk for \accine is safe, effective and potent. The Health Department said that polio struck 1,880 persons and Killed 108 in Arkansas during the Uist five years. That is an average of 376 cases and over 21 deaths a year. Tho department reported these figures for the period: Three hundred, thirty-seven casos and 17 deaths in 1950, 466 cases «nd 20 deaths in 1951, 385 cases entry the and 29 deaths in .., thue IUPS jn the sum rally in.* for 10 snap a >2 deadlock Elmci V.ilo, pinchhit!fin& winning Pitcher Alex Kellncr, drew a walis with the bases tilled to force in the tie breaking run .and two more (allies followed on pinch-hitter Don Boll wag's single. .Ewell -Blackwal hurl 324 cases ""• . same evening, nis onei nae 11110 Mrs. Overby 46, was shot at her the land of the blue grass, with home Friday, Tucker said. She its swift oblivion under the guns died Saturday morning. The pros- of the Union guerrillas of Edward ecutor quoted Overby as saying Terrill in Spencer County, Ken- the couple had quarreled after re- tucky, is schoolboy history in the turning home from visits to seve- Border States, ral taverns. . Frank had gone with Quantrill, . and so had Jim -Younger. Cole's Statisticians estimate the Unit- dour older brother Cole, himself, ed States will have more than. 63 sickened by Centralia and evi- million children under 18 by 1965. dcncing the only documentable FLORSHEIM ,f t Here's a Summer shoe that stands out in style—with (lie breezy bonus of perfect perforations that arid a new accent in ventilation. Slip into a pair of these fresh new Florslicim Vents and put new coolness on a handsome fooling! 95 - $17.95 cases and 19 deaths in 1954. Ten cases, with one death, have bten reported so far this year For the corresponding period o, 19.)4, there were 22 cases and two deaths. , .. The combined U. S. public and piivate debt rose from 493 n M Athletics and was aided by double plays Ned Gdivu was ioser, Ted Lepcio, \yho hit only eight lohiers-. »IV last season, hit two and drove in three runs as th dollars in 1945 thiee dollars in, 1955. jielded 19 runs and 23 hits in two games. Dee Fondy drove in five runs — •- " .....j no ,,n- with a double and a single and Sox handed the Orioles iheirj Ransom Jackson homered as the second straight defeat. Sullivan, a j Cubs • virtually duplicated a 134 5 game winner last season did the opening day rout of the Cardinals •est for the Red Sox, limiting Bal jmoic to five hits and ttiityng out our b*Ueis. ' Jt was the «eeo»4 straight .jyhjch last year .Paul Minner, winning pitcher in lust year's triumph, scattered nine hits yesterday and tilso collected three hits. Rookie New Hudson Hornet Hollywood hardtop-available with new W-Q engine, or the famed Championship Vbu see more...ridellimes better..are twice ' In the newliudson Hornets,Wasps, Ramblers .j ,, englnoj Hudson's new low hood and high space-gvld? power, with slanted mounting to give you 'fenders improve forward vision, let you drive new anti-sway safety. All Hudsons handle so n-,._ ,T . m/o »i -L easily that driving is fun again. And you enjoy new Double Strength Single Unit car cou- struption — twice as rigid, twice as strong, more relaxed. The Hornet V-8, Hornet Championship Six, and Wasp have the largest wrap-around windshields in the business. There's a new Deep Coil Ride featuring springs with three times usual cushioning , twice, as safe. Hudson stays new longer, is better trade-in value. The most beautiful performers of them all! Hudson Hornet • Wasp Rambler * Metropolitan are products of American Motors See "Disneyland," great new otV- family show, ABC-TV netwprk. Ch«cS( TV listing; far time and station. TOLE TEX COMPANY I4fT Tijl|P ITIilT •« ^ 4tf*3vS i m, Dulles 7 Method /Keeps Him in Trouble By JAMES MARLO W Associated Prest New* Analyst WASHINGTON (VP) ' -_ Secretarj oi State dulles has a handy Supply of fires and frying pans. He keeps hopping from one to another; Ills thi way he does things that get$ him into it. A- month ago, someone in his Stile De par tm ent "leaked 1 the Yalta papers' to a newspaper on the very dayDulle s said they could not be released because tney involved national security. Then he ordered that they be released generally. His tactics in that case will be examined next week by a Senate committee. The 'democrats are sore at him for his Yalta performance. Now h^'-in another uproar for the Way hd treated Edward j. Corsi. This time both Democrats and Republicans are. on his back. .One Democrat, Rep. Ccllcr of New ,York, intimated he does'not think much of Dulles' spine. He said f "I could make a .better backbone out of a banana. ' The: Italian-born' Corsi, a specialist on immigration - problems, is a Republican who hot ,'only ran foe ; jmayor in New York City- but campaigned for • 'Dulles- when,, the latter unsuccessfully ran 'for the Senate. - '.''..•-. • -, : '•:•''.-." '•. • Dulles brpught Cpr'sl here three months ago as his.'special aid oh immigration problems. At that time Dulles called Corsi "my bid friend* and said 'he. was .the •.."best- qualified man' .for the-job'.' PLAYS ON-Proving you can't keep a . •Haii<Ji>before.4he Chicago Rotary Club. At feft is Ollie Jones, '' ' -'' - : '''^ : . •''•• a Rotarian. . I gunfire. Last week Dulles dropped f .was;., pounced, on by Rep. Corsi. How come? .*W—*' /Y~»'T1.1\ — _'_ _'/ ' it. _. .. . . J.t. » u '. t T'l-in Cfofra T\oi-»ov! Congress has/but•.restrictions; on Wafer':.(b)p.iO one .of .jhe authors immigration; . evfen : : -on- ••• refugees- O f, this country's basic law whicn f t*otn /»r\?vim »i'M»eT*i • *P1^*» '"TTf D<4*«lt/^iim>* ..i'2 - ' Li. x' •!" -•' ' * ^- ^^ i'_.._ i! - • The State Department explained .. .. ...,.._ —, „ - ----- Corsi really had only been hired from communism.: The Eisenhower- puts' /.quotas' "on' immigration. for 90 days. Corsi shot back it was administration, is . coinmitte'd to Walter- sa.id Corsi' has ibeen a tne first time he had heard about lo'ffiening up the law, Corsi; soon metjibfar-qf Communist fronts. Cor-|the 90 days, that he 2ouldn't have after coming ;here, • recmrhended. s i ,'deriie.d It. Walter .kept up his taken the job if he had knownthat. Had the State Department found our Corsi was a scurity risk? No, TO : MAN Stopped By Salarv-'^esfrictiohs By prdinary standards '-you. are rated' a success. Yet you know that in your prtsenfppsition'ypu will never .have the opportunity to show what you .can really do ancVea'rri. , ^-,,Today, due to expansion .of busines'si; Mutual of Omaha can offer • T you an opportunity, to make, a business connection with no restrictions on earning power. Mutual of Omaha is. nationally advertised and the largest organization' of its kind in the world. As our representative, ypu would bfe in business for yourself — but you would make no capital investment, carry no inventory, have no rent or payroll to meet. '...:''' The man chosen will be" carefully: selected' ^and professionally appraised for strong sale's potential./ He' will -then be sent to our National Sales Training School -at our expense and will receive a salary during his training pejuqd.-. He will be thoroughly field trained upon his_roturn. ' ^ ."_. If you feel that you have practically "reached the- top in your present work and you honestly believe that your annual income .should be much higher, write Mr.'- Armistead/ c/.o yMutual of !>;Omaha, 719 Main, Little Rock, Arkansas; giving age, family status, and past and present employment. . An. interview appointment will tne>l • be : arranged; -. ••'•;'. ••" ' :•'. •"'- " the department said, he wasn't being released for security reasons, that a security check on him wasn't even finished. Dulles was lambasted by New York Democrats and Republicans alike for what they said was a. retreat under the pressures of those who want heavy restrictions on immigration. Dulles said, he "reiterated his confidence in Corsi" and offered him another job which had nothing to do with immigration into this country. Sinatra Wins Praise for His Acting By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (/P) — A year ago Frank Sinatra stepped onto the Hollywood Pantages stage to accept an Oscar for his supporting, role in "From Here to Eternity." Today the crooner, once considered a faded star, has completed his return to the top rung in show business. In recent months he won new critical praise as a crazed assassin in "Suddenly" and snagged the coveted role as Nathan Detrot in "Guys and Dolls." He can virtually name his price in any night club in the land and is dickering with two networks for a TV show. And he proved with "Young at Heart" that he can still sell a million records. How does he feel about his recent success He discussed it as he lunched on meat balls, salami, sliced ham and cheese in his dressing room on the Goldwyn lot. He said he had made no comeback. "I don't mind the term, he remarked. "I t d oesn't hurt my feelings, and it makes my story sound more dramatic. But ! don't think it's true. Maybe I 'wasn't active in pictures. But I was still making money. I could draw as much salary and in some cases more than I had before in night clubs. "They've used the same term with Judy Garland. But she didn't make any comeback. The talent was always there. She just wasn't working." » Sinatra feels that his career troubles started during his contract at MGM. ... "I knew I would never get out of sailor suits and Army uniforms unless I left there," he said, referring to the many service musicals he made. "So I took my money and got out. They owed me umph, including onetime bobby $250,000. I settled for half." | soxers. who swooned over him a He admitted that his personal decade ago. Now wives and moth- problems had an effect on his'ers, they have remained loyal to career. He underwent a stormy him, still writing fan mail although HELLO, STEW PIDD!-Thc gent above is Stew PWd, chief 'chaiacter in a series of safety ''cartoons In Wireco Life, em- ploye publication of American 'Steel & Wire Division of U. S. Steel. He has just been brought 'to "life" by Arthur J. Beiler, Wireco editor, and brought to Cleveland, Ohio. Stew Pidd was constructed in the Duluth •works. Wired with a speaker in his chest and- given voice by a tape recorder, he gives eight-minute safety talks. courtship and a stormier marriage with Ava Gardner. "Nowadays I hear records I made three or four years ago and I wish I could destroy the master in more subdued tones. Many others were irked by the crooner's new fortune. During his dozen years . as a star, he has made an uncommon amount of About 7 million of America's 54 J /2 million children under 18 are orp hans or live with only one parent. records," he said. "It was all ibe-|enemies, especially among the cause of emotion. No doubt about-press. Much of this was due to his it.' behavior during his hectic days When his turmoil with Ava was With Ava, when he resented any over, his outlook improved. He, (ntrusion on their affairs. looked toetter, sang better and felt better, he said. As he did when he left Tommy Dorsey's band, he made a clean 'But he has always had an ability to arouse antagonisms. The cause of this goes back 'to his early days in Hoboken. He has always been Experts estimate that traffic-accidents cost Americans $4,300,000,000 a year. break. He changed' agents and|a scrapper. recording companies. He cam-j, "You can't realize now what life paigned hard for the role of Maggio in "From Here to Eternity," won it and an Academy Award.. Many hailed Sinatra's new 'tri- was. like in those days," he said, speaking of his •bop'hpod in the ,de : p.ression,"'"We've had good times for <msny years. Besides, parents Stevenson at OddsWith Few Leaders By RAYMdNd LAMR {: WASHINGTON, (UP). —Adlal Stevenson found himself at odds with Democratic congreSglortk; leaders today on a key foreign policy issue, although some of them were applauding much that he said. ... -. -•'.;. /:/:; In a foreign policy speech from Chicago last night, the 1952 Democratic presidential nominee, said the United States should, not go to war over the Quemoy and Matsu islands but instead should ask its Allies to join ih a pledge to' defend Formosa. Where he departed most conspicuously from the Democratic congressional leadership line Avas ,in seeking to rule out U.S; defense! oi the Chinese Nationalist islands of Quemoy and Matsu against Communist attack Democratic leaders in Congress have gone along with the administration line that it may be necessary for the United States to join in defense of the islands but that this is a decision to be made by Mr. Eiscnhowwer alone, if and when an attack comes. Mofher Admits Killing Children MACOMB, 111. Ml— Mrs. Betty Thelen, 26, a former mental patient, has admitted slaying her three small children by suffocation, police said. . . "' Coroner Roy Louderman -•" sale Mrs. Thelen told him she stiff?;- cated the children yesterday "i'Tiy locking each in a piece of baggage. She told him, "They were sick, dying inside and there was no hope for them." They cried all the time, wouldn't mind her and wouldnt go to the bathroom, she said. Her husband Kenneth found the bodies of his daughter Kathy, 3, and his two sons, Terry, 2, and Jimmy, 7 months, when he came home for lunc-h. Mrs. Thelen said they had been in a suitcase and two small trunks for about three hours. Louderman said Mrs. Thelen, a have entirely different ideas on raising children. That's all to the good. "In my neighborhod, you liter-: ally had to fight for survival. The town -was divided roughtly into four sections — Italians, Irish, Jewish and Negro. Heaven help an Italian kid who wandered into the Irish part of town. "I had my first big fight when I was 9. I can remember rolling ,)n<the floor in a pool hall. I had plenty of other fights after that." slender brunette, had been in a private mental inttitutioti arid that she twice had attempted ftticidfe, She was 'held by autho'fitiei without charge pending further,-Jnvestl' • ' Nickel platlhi was- ftrst ed on a practical basis r* -•• -- „- < * ( M jjLJ»jri,i SJ TALLULAH COLLAPMf, " " " L«gal Notict '••••• •-^~ . -••:•-• • .;-. . -ji--,- BO, C iii rwr 1 V' t-Wtr c* v^TCfi w w vi.*. *. jjiJCj V^JEJ . uip ^tt|^JiAl03S : ',jAi tfhe fallowing nanhed'* or claiming aft ime" * hereby JioUfie shown on the s'tTbjo'ined (having ueeil-set-op^e* Amounts severally du4,£ NAME. 5 •'••••'.•,-'•• TOWN. OF FULTON) Mary Williams '., Hi Jones :.i.: .,;:•;!:•& Clnda Beard , s sv; Cinda Beard .........aafi; Florene Ellis .......'A",*:^...., H. JoneS .;.i?,.t;& Na'hty, BUWtett V.,.i.,,'.i.;'.,;;;,'i Henderson Jones ...'..,,... l .», ( Australia Aubrey ..i.in,.i,.i Hervey Adams .IA*.!:*;.;..*,. Charity Thomas ';..-.-:;.»i^i,-i Andrew Riven-..*., J. C. 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