The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 15, 1960 · Page 12
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Delta Democrat-Times 12 Friday, July 15, '60 Tuesday Weld Says She's Doing Things More Quietly And Wisely By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer from Tuesday Weld, it's lougli to be a living legend at 16. 'I've had the worst possible publicity," she laments. "If I hadn't had the performances to follow up the publicity, I would have been dead professionally by now. Fortunately, I've been able to produce." Besides producing performances, she is also working on a new conception of Tuesday Weld. She arrived for our lunch-hour interview wearing a decorous beige dress and a prim hat. 'No, I haven't changed," she declared. "I'm still doing the same things. But I'm doing them more quietly." Summer Workshop In ArS Opens A! Allison's Wells ALLISON'S WELLS -- The first of a series of summer art workshops opened Tuesday under the direction of Robert GelinBS, member of the art staff of Memphis Slate University. Allison's Art Colony . president Tom Mason oE Meridian said this is the first of a series which will bring a number of artists to Allison's during the summer. This is Gclinas 1 third appear 1 - ance as a teacher here. His work has been hung in many shows in New "York a'nd across the nation. He has had two one- man shows here. Marie Hull and Malcolm Norwood of Jackson, Bod Richerson of Kosciusko, and the "Summit Group", Mrs. Halcolm Barnes Mrs. Bess Dawson, and Mrs. Ruth Atkinson, and a number of others will attend. The second summer workshop will open August 7. Townsend Wolfe of the Memphis Academj of Arts will direct. An exhibition of his paintings opened here Wednesday. Turner sighed. Her reputation as the jet-age version of Clara Bow and Lana got out of hand, she f ' t m I T lountv Aoenls To v v u n i f HIJV.IIIJ I V UNIVERSITY -- Twelve county agriultural agents from the North- Central Region will be at the Un-l County Agricultural Agents. Ivcrslty of Mississippi, July 15, (or, a short tour of the campus. Their ' S P ar ' °' * Tnwei study ||w Agricu)lurnl chemicals Divi- ion °' " lc D ° W Chemicals Co. It is under direction of the professional improvement committee of the National Association of From Oxford ihe group will Marshall, Mich., Halso M i l e s , iton Wallace, Dayton, Ohio, and visit tha Mississippi Delia, then' travel over into Alabama to make a tour of Hie Kiislone Arsenal at Huntsville. I.ater thty will visit points in Tennessee- ami Kentucky, returning to Purdue on July 27. group include Louuise Webb, Princeton, II!: Alvin Maley, Coun cil Grove, Kan.; Herman J. Vossen, Windom, Minn., Kenneth Wak- up, Maryville, Mo.; W. Rundall Peterson, Alma, Neb.; W. II. Brown, Caroll, Iowa; Michael Ma- Jeen, .Mound City, S. D.; W. M. Members of this study tour Clary, Tipton, Ind.; Thomas Martindale. Grand Forks, N. D.; Mar- Frederic Fickl, Mauston, Wis. Tlwsc county agents will be welcomed to iho Oxford community by John King, county agent of La faycttc County. They left Purdue, Ind., on July 6, and en route south have had on their itinerary the University of Illinois, the Lincoln Shrines at Springfield, Mo., and vision station KFBC for help la the Arkansas Extension Service at Liltlo Rock. They will conic directly to the Olo Miss campus from »' visit to tlic rice farms OIK! duck reservoirs around Stuttgart. POOCH WAS HUSKY CHEYENNE,' Wyo. (UPI) -- A Cheyenne housewife asked tele- finding her dog, which had cd the fence nnd wandered off In :ero weather. However,-no one wns too sup- prised when tho dog was found.,' none Ihe worse, a few liours later. It wns n H-pouixi full-blooded Alaskan Huskie. "All I had to do was show up at a party," she remarked, "and the next day.it was reported that I (1) was dead drunk; (2) stayed until the next morning; (3) did something terrible. Even if 1 walked in and out of the party, the same reports would be printed. 'I was young and trusting. I didn't realize there were people in this town who were unscrupu- ous and would use you to promote their own interests. But I learned. Now I never will go anywhere that I am not sure I'will know the people and what the affair is about," Tuesday admitted that part of the Weld legend was her own making. She was seen escorted by actor John Ireland, age 45. "But John wasn't a .date; he was a friend," she explained. "I don't place age limits on my friends. I wouldn't on my dates, either." She has also contributed to her reputation with her frankness in interviews. Liked Book "But people ask the most ridiculous questions," she protested. 'There was one TV interview in which I produced eight whoppers. Tt asked if I wanted to settle down some day and have a hus- and and children. I said no, that t hate children; they run . from me. And they do." | Tuesday is no dope. She was graduated'last month from high school and won't be 17 until August. She plans to take college courses, but by tutor, not on campus. "I've tried going to schools and it doesn't work out," she explained. "The other kids treat me like a-freak." 1-ventured that if she kept up her conservative kick she might be able to escape her reputation as filmland's Lolita. "I don't'wnnt that," she replied. "I might play the role in the movie. I read the book and loved \CRQSSWORD.~._ £y EugeneSbeffer HOItlZONTAl 44. depose l.fold 4. epoch 7. Tunisian seaport 12. lyric poem 13. aeriform fluid 14.over 15. duplicate copies 17. French cap 18. site of Taj Mahal ID.lall awkwardly VERTICAL l.not wi da- spread 2. axiom 3.dog(Sp.) 4. personality 5. declaim nolally 6. pretend 7. loquacious (colloq.) S. Cain's . brother 9. ennui 7-15 10. Adam and 11. Egyptian god 39. badinage 20. billiards stroke 22. before 25. high mountain 26. affirmative 28. public warehouse 29. tangled to. gether 47. 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