16 AUSfIN fMton.) MffAlB | Jon. 8, 1959) WORRIES — Nationalist Chinese Vice President Chen Cheng, above, thinks Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's decision to step down as president may hurt the nation's struggle against communism. Chen is regarded as Chiang's most probable successor. Jailed Reporter Gets Over 500 Notes of Praise JERSEY CITY, N.J. fAP) Marie Torre, who went to jail rather than reveal the source of an item in her radio-TV column, has received more than 500 letters praising her for her stand. This was made known Wednesday by the 34-year-old newspaperwoman's husband, TV producer Hal Friedman, who visited her at the Hudson County Jail here. Friedman said his wife had received only one letter critical of her position. Missei Children She missea her two infant children, Friedman laid, but it otherwise cheerful. Miss Torre shares with other prisoners the candy and fruit sent her by well- wishers. Friedman was accompanied to the prison by Ogden Reid, former president and editor of the New York Herald Tribune, and several personal friends of the columnist. Miss Torre writes for the New York Herald Tribune syndicate. She chow a 10-day jail term rather than reveal the source of an item she wrote about linger Judy Garland, saying she hoped the move "will lead to legislation protecting a newpaper- man's sources." Just such legislation was offered the House in Washington Wednesday. Bill Introduced ' • Rep. Francis E. Dorn (R-Ky> ! introduced a bill exempting news-| paper, radio and television report- trs from being compelled by federal courts to reveal their sources, «cept in cases affecting national •ecurity. Dorn said his bill would extend to the federal courts a recognition of newsmen's privilege already provided by law in « states. 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