AT, WOT. M, *• RESERVES YOUR GIFT WATCH "'DREIFUS $4950 Serviceable $i.OO Week $7150 Bracelet SI.50 Week $4750 Accurate §1.00 Week $5975 Enchanting S1.25 Week $7150 Accurate §1.50 Week 43975 Charming 75c Week $5500 Automatic ?!.00 Week $3950 Masterpiece $1.75 Week *175 Handsome Year to I'a $64°° Exquisite Dependable $1.00 Week '$1.25 Week Heauliful Accurate Tiny 51.25 Week S1.50 Week 52.00 Week NewTaxAreaOffice Personnel Sworn In »T. LOUIS Ml.-— Intensified efforts toward quick action against tax dodgers WM pledged yesterday at an installation ceremony tor of- fte*n of a new Internal revenue dMrtet composed of Missouri, Ar- kaaua and Kansaa. Edward H. Foley, underscore• tuy o* (toe treasury, said the re- of^wjiaed internal revenue bureau hae T«stly improved machinery for preventing frauds, both by tax flyers and employes of the bu- l-eau; . He *poke at th« Installation of Norman B. Eshelman, who was named last week as commissioner of the new three-state district. Among others who were sworn In were: Gustave F. Koehlrn who becomes St. Louis Director of Internal revenue succeeding collector Donald Gunn, whose Job has been abolished. • •.. ,- ;.• : . . . Edwin 0. Booltwalter, who is Kansas City director and formerly was internal revenue agent in charge at Wichita, Kas. Olln s. Godwin, director of the Little Rock office who had been acting collector in that city. Lynn R. Brorlrick, Wichita direc. tor and former collector ttttr*. . Thomas M. Chapman, former chief cashier in the collector'* of- flc« here who become* assistant d4»Met commissioner for •ollso- Koo. Earl f. Waters; former assistant internal revenue agent here, who wilt be assistant district commissioner for auditing. George E. Gibson, former assistant district counsel at Indiani- polla, who will be district counsel here. . ' : . •.;'.' . . . John B. Duhlap, former commissioner .of internal revenue who wa» named yesterday as district commissioner for Texas and Oklahoma under the new setup, presided at the installation ceremony. Federal Judge Roy W. Harpel administered the oath of office to the new officials. • • , . ' . •:. In accepting appointment. Eshelman said the 'honesty and integrity of each employe must be above suspicion." He added each would in turn receive "proper recognition for'difficult tasks well done.", Eshelman had been internal revenue agent in charge here for 11 years. He is a civil service em- ploye. - 'erry Returns To Sea, So Does O'Brien MONO KOWO (*h-The f«rry Lee Hon« came out of drydeA toaar nd Michael P»Mek O-BrUn vu DO the move >g*in. : O'Brien hoarded tfru LM Hone n Macau Sept. It. Immigration of- icera at Hone Kong said hU papers weren't tn order and they wouldn't ft him land. He went buck to Mian,' but official* couldnt let him off there either. O'Brien has logged 41 round trip* »f «0 miles each between Hong Kong and Macau and 19 days In drydock. The perpetual passenger says he an American. .The U. S. State Department mys he isn't. FWends are trying to get him cleared for South America. How to Draw Alexis Smith's Ire— Refer to Her as 'Cold and Statuesque' e By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD W>—How to drnw fire from Alexis Smith—call her "cold and statuesque," "I see red, when I'hear those two words," she told me. - "I've been trying to escape them for years.'* She Is finally making some pro- Duress. But she has had to use a 'Combination of jujilsu and'smol- dering love scenes to do It. .The Jujitsu came in "Here Comes the Groom," the Ding Crosby flicker of a couple of seasons' ago. Alexis played a society matron who unbended in,a most alarming way. The climax was a body-throwing match with'Jarie Wyman. "Although I was never told about it, ;I'm sure many at the studio bad trouble visualizing me in (he role," she commented. ;'After the picture came out, people kept telling me, 'Great work, old girl; I didn't know you had it in you."' 1 She happily went into another picture In which William Holden and Edmond O'Brien battled for her hand. "Although It wasn't exactly a sexy role, at least I wasn't 'cole! and statuesque,'." she said. Now she gets a complete change of pace in "Split Second," which she plays a gal with physical tendencies; Set watchers say that sl-.e has a love scene with Stephen J-lcNally that will sizzle the screens —;F it gets .by the censor's shears, vh'ch is doubtful. Shs was directed in the scene by a:onetime crooner named Dick Powell, Alexis said she got stuck in the "cool category during her nine long years of duty at Warner Brothers: "Just about my best picture there was 'The Constant Nymph, 1 she recalled.. "That's what got me typed. The studio couldn't think of me in any other kind of role." ", The nctress -admits -to" being a "dirty blonde" in the'shade of her hair and she has resisted any efforts to make her do or dye.' . "In my early days at Warners," she said, "they claimed I would lave to change my hair to be sexy They thought I would have' to be redhaired, but 7 wouldn't change " wore a wig whenever they wante different hair color." Man Sues State For Deer Damage .LITTLE ROCK W)—R. E Rnssel of Thornton believes that Arkansa deer are the property of the stat of Arkansas and that as a.reai] he should he paid for the damag one did to his. automobile.. Russell has filed a claim for 13 damages which he savs were in flicted to his automobile when doe jumped In front, of his car on Highway 19. between Rison and Pine Bluff on Oct. 13. Russell said (he deer was killed and that he took it to Pordyce, turned it 'over to a deputy sheriff arid notified a game warden. His formal claim says that he considers he is "due damages from the owner of the deer, the-state of Arkansas." The.State Claims Commission Is scheduled to meet tomorrow and will consider Russell's claim then. Come ki Bigger, single, SMOOTH bead shave* closer and fescc* lhaa «ny odter method— wet or drf. Cone* tm •*• ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 205 W. Main Phone 4451 Emergency Hay Shipment Due MEMPHIS (/?>) — A *17.000 ship ment of hay. consigned to drought stricken Mississippi and Tennessee farmers. Vas scheduled to arrive here yesterday. The 450 tons of hay was shipped down the Mississippi River from Lacrosse, Wls. Red Prisoner Killed TOKYO (/P, — A Communist prls oner of war \vas found dead on Koje. Island 'Sunday, apparently killed by another prisoner in a grudge tight, the U. S. Army re ported today. An investigation u underway. 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