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OUR HOME TOWN Congratulations arc extended to the 170 students of AM College who received degrees Saturday night in commencement ceremonies conducted at State Collage. - LasCr News THE WEATHER I . A S rllUfliS A R R A : OnPfal- Iv f a i r ll-rongh Sunday. High to(i;iy M low tonight 58. IJwt 24 hours: Las Cnirra 61-61; State. College liri-57. eleven inches of niin Fildjiy. Vol.. 78--No. 53 ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE LAS CHUCES. NEW MEXICO. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1950 CENTRAL PRESS PICTURES 24 PAGES--PRICE So Each Man Owes Debt To Society, Top Alumni Students Get Special Awards Outstanding seniors, alumni, and faculty at New Mexico AM were presented. with awards at commencement dinner Saturday. The dinner is sponsored annually by the Alumni club of AM. It honors the graduating seniors and is open to parents, faculty, staff, and friends of the college Certificates Given Certificates were presented to the outstanding senior In each oi the four schools at AM. Honored were Nell Loomis, Las Cruccs School of Teacher Education Richard Dale Summerford, E Paso, School of Engineering; Wil Ham Weir, Mesilia Park, Schoo of Arts and Sciences; and I3ucl Rhodes, Las Cruces, School Agriculture and Home. Econom ' Dr. Robert Foster was honorec as Outstanding Alumnus of th Year. A member of the Class oi ]919, he. is director of the Marriage Counciling service and training program for the Menninger foundation, Topeka, Kan. Head Of Program His wife is a former head of the Department of Home Economics at the University of Kansas. Outstanding Faculty. Member of the Year, Dr. Earl Watden, was also honored. He is dean of the Graduate school and head of the Mathematics department. Prr.sc.ntcd Certificates Dr. ,R. B. Corbett, president of the college, presented certificates to 50th and 60th anniversary graduates. Members of the Class of 181)8 are" Lottie Sweet, Bill Suth- ·{Sec Top Alumni, page 5) Climate Of Freedom Must Be Present For thinking Man docs not think unless he ivcg in a climate of freedom, 170 spring graduates at New Mexico AM were told at Friday eye- ning's baccalaureate by Rev, George W. Burroughs. Reverend Burroughs, pastor of the -First Presbyterian Church in El Paso, declared the unique contribution of Christ was His linking of heritage and Hope to the present, giving men strength the world had never known before. Koch Of ttlhrnlbir Popularly heritage is believed ,! be a. rock of Gibraltar, the speaker said. But, he added, it can be destroyed unless it Is fought for and sacrificed for. Freedom, he said, begets the responsibility to main to create it. Our heritage dies and hope never comes unless the heart of man gives it sustenance. No political theory, he pointed out, can stand ngninnt Communism, which is an atheistic religion offering hope. Spokts To 90(1 Reverend Burroughs spoke to an audience of 900 parents, friends, and faculty in delivering the baccalaureate address. The service was held in Williams Gymnasium after intermittent showers soaked Memorial stadium. . . The invocation nnd benediction for. tlie service were given by Rev. Nelson Wurgler, pastor of St. Paul's Methodist Church. Rev. Bancroft Smith, pastor of St. Andrews Episcopal Church, presented the scripture/read ing and prayer. (See Climate pf, page 5) . DeGaulle Clinches Wide Majority; To Be Invested Today As Premier A .--_ . PARIS, May 31 Gen. Charles DeGaulle Saturday cinched a wide majority in the French National Assembly for his investiture to'day as premier. The Socialist party gave its members the privilege of J a free vole--and half of them swung behind the general. This would give De Gaulle about · ' ' - his Judge Sco£gm Hears 21 Crises Involving Youths 50 Socialist votes and bring assembly total to less' than the _ freedom, he said, begets the j 40 Q votcs ] 1C \ v ants hut well over »j on iponsibility to maintain it --and | t]lc onlv ccr t a j n opposition of 150 I , _ :. ^..,,,,,..!. rfTM r1( ne r, ml I Co|i]m)m . gt j e p u L l c s TllC Social- 1" ists who do not support De Gnullc could possibly abstain, thus beefing up his majority. District Judge W. T. ScopETln heard 24 cases involving juvenile and minors Thursday while sitting in Juvenile Court. Twenty o the cases dealt with t r a f f i c viola The motor vehicle code violators rt-cre Riven varied sentences rmg inp from fines to suspension o licenses. To Accept Posts The Socialists alHO voted to permit their members to accept posts in DC Gaulle's cabinet and several wore almost certain to be given to Socialist deputies. The vote in the Socialist caucus removed the last snag to be DC Gaulle's investiture. The National Assembly has been called inlo extraordinary aessions Sunday. No French premier has ever been voted into office during a Sunday session. Support Do Gaullo Closely following the Socialist decision, the "30 or sr followers (See DeGaulle, page 5) Two of Inn youths were glvci sentences on an assault rec- a charge jail charge and two others omniittcd to Springer on of violation of probation. Robert Durio Is Given Certificate For. Work Done Robert Durio or 607 W. Hartley, i senior nt Gallaudct college, the national college for the deaf, was lonored at the school's Annual Awards Day program held recently. Seven Special Events Are To Spark Summer Program Stillborn Baby MyslerySolved Tlic mystery of the body of a new-horn haty found, near Apo- dnca park hist March wns solved with the arrest of a yonng unwed Las Cruces girl. She was to be arraigned Snlurday. Deputy Sheriff Archie Archil- leta charged the girl with violating the rules and regulations of public health In falling to report the hirlh and doath of a child. Bnhy' Stillborn Authorities said the baby was stillborn. The girl has admitted having placed the body in a pair nf blue jeans and buried it In n shallow grave. Tlie jeans came Inlo view when high winds blew the covering sand off the body and was discovered by a p a s s e r b y who notified the authorities. Investigating Case The "sheriff's office have been ' Investigating the case since the discovery of the body. · Best Flight Ever, Says LONG BEACH, Calif., May 31 I/Pi - "Far nnd away the finest first flight I ever mnde." Thnt was how the pilot felt about the maiden flight of the Douglas DCS Jetliner, capable of carrying 17B persons across the United States In -Hi hours. Cruised Around The four-cnglncd DCS flew 2 hours and S minutes Friday. It thundered off Municipal airport, cruised over the ocean and landed at Edwards Air Force base, Calif. After the flight, pilot A. G Helmerdlngcr, 48, said: "Of all the Douglas transports I have flown, the DCS is the greatest. The plane handled so well we were able to accomplish much more than we had originally programmed." Top Of BOO MI'H The DCS has » top-rated apcc of BOO m.p.h. It flew sboul 36f m.p.h, It has a maximum rnng of 3.DOO miles. Us wlngspan U 139 feet 9 inches, length 150H feel nnd tall height 42 feel. Mrs. Gabalon's Funeral Serivcs Pending Here Funeral services arc pending at Nelson Funeral home for Mrs. Clara F. Gahalon. 68, a native of Rodcy, N. M., who died Friday evening at Hill. . She is survived hy Uirce sons, Thomas and Albert of Hutch and Manuel of Los Angeles; two daughters, Isabella of Hatch and Lena of Las Cruccs; font- brothers, Sam. Tony and George Sa- jardo. all of Rodcy and Daniel of Laa Cruccs; one sister. Annice of Rodcy; 13 grandchildren and gi cat-grandchildren.. Man Is Charged In Wile Stabbing A family stabbing Friday after noon resulted in a charge of as sault with a llcadly weapon being filed against Charles D. Conwa by city policeman Gabc Guzman Conway plead guilty Saturday rorning before Justice of Peacr Bcnnie Chavez nnd was boum vcr to District Court. Bond wa et at ?750. Jnablo To Work Conway told the policeman tha he had been staying at home am aking care of the children whil lls wife. Johnnie; was doing a hi if "stepping out." He said thi (Sec Man Is Charged, page 5) Coolies Sponsoring Special Program In City Monday Dude Fellows, noted country music star, will hold a free show and parade downtown at 12:30 p.m. Monday, prior lo his appearance that evening at a show sponsored by tlic Military Order of tho Cootie, for the benefit of hospitalized veterans. Fellows, hcadllncr of the show called Krossroad Kapcrs, and his whole gang will present their afternoon outdoor performance In front of tho Fnrmcr's and Merchant's Bank building on North Main Street. The evening performance will he a two hour show starting at 8 p.m., at the Town and Country Seven "special events" are rhc-lnled as highlights of t h e an- lal Laa Cnuws Summer Rerrea- jn program, Rudy rei'tor, nnnotincet.1 Saturday. The program, a joint, project ot ic city, the county, and Ihe Las nice* schools, is slatrrl to begir Wcdnesdny, June -I and to nn an 8-week period. An orients- on \\orkshop for recrontion su crvinorn will be held Mondny and icsday cvrntnps at 7 o'rlock in be Alamcda Junior High band !om. The first of the bonus a c l i v i l l c s ,ill be a band concert in Pioneer park tho evening of June 19. Hill ing, baud director at Alamcda unlor High, will conduct. On June 27. the annual swimming meet will talio place at tlic Municipal pool, July 1 giant fireworks display laca park. Ouldoor Concert. A second out-door band concert will be presented on July 10. with Bandsman Kins in charge. July 18 is the date set for the yearly water carnival at Municipal pool. A tennis tournament will he held on July 18 through July 21, and near the summer program's end. and arts and ciafts exhibit will display work done as a part of the summer's activities: the exhibit is set for July 22 through July 25. (Sec Seven Special, Pngc B) Durio waa pre.ienlcd with , n Buff and I3hic Corl if irate for hia work an assistant business manager of the student paper. Funeral Mass For Felix Vargas Is Said Saturday New Mexico's Employment Is Up For April Over ill! employment, in Now Mexico's non-agricultural Indus- Ties -set H now April record at ^12.500 wage iinrl salaried work- era, according to M. F. Micrn. chairman-executive director of the Employment Security commission. This figures exceeds by 2.SO.O Jie March revised total of 210.000 and by 8,000 Hie employment recorded in April. 1057. Tito :tO diiy inrrrn-ie of 2,800 reflects gains In n i l major Industry group* except mining and transportation Very UUIp Cliimjffl In t h e Las Cnirrs iirra tin ivurall hiljor market underwen very l i t t l e change during Hie 3 day period ending April 13, Total employment, placed » 25,400 compares with 2!i.;i7!i on month earlier. Modem Ic expan sion of both farm and nnn-furn activity was foreseen for lh months of May and June, wit uon.stniclUm lending. Total tin employment w i t h i n the urea comprising Dona Ana, Limn and Sierra counties, was estimated nt 1.- (Scc New Mexico, PIIRC 5) Science Course Starts At AM More than ISO New Mexico , high school juniors iiml Bmlors S w i l l attend the first, a n n u a l Junior ngineers' and Seientifils' Sum- ier innllLuto MES8I) Juno 1-14 t NcW'McxIco AM. JESKI In a serious effnrVltvholp Indent* understand what dcioncc nri engineering arn about, Dr amps Weiss, mrmhor nf I h e A A V jicnlty find local director o: KSS1, pointeri o u t . Some 170 Receive Degrees 70 s cms. --- " ~ " iniMMn- jihniit n hitrhwav system nothing about a highway system lo get you lucre, and inns that have sanitary plumbing when you slop for the night." Most Las Crucens Spend Relatively! , Quiet Time Memora|Da»1(fedMnd|SSss: Business Is Apparently On Upgrade Las Crurens spent n miller r|iii»t Memorial tiny IM comparison to the rest of HIP nation. While the holiday death toll ·ontinues to mount with indica- ionfi Tor a. new record for the three day period, no serious ,icrl- dcnts wove veporU-d In the urn throur.h noon Saturday. Minor Mlsnaps Several minor t n i f l i ' 1 mishit-ps were reported hut g r u r r n l l y the area residenls look advantage of he bright, sunny shies for family lenirs, golf and swimming. Practically all Imslness f i r m s verc closed In oh.servancc of the lolldnv. Fu gas, rral sen-Ices for Kellx Var. Uis CTtirrs were conduct ed Saturday at 0 Health chiiiTli w l l h Sat"/, officiating. Mr. Wednesday in a lor Lady of Father J Vargas died i l hospital. nmv Almul It "Rather than trying- to nitii'i ipc.rior atiKirnla to choose Hfl n t i f i c and ciiRinTrinp carrors.' lortor Wclaa said, "we want slu louts lo know w h a t thr, vririou: inmrhf-s inrludr. and what is in ·lnrlrd in Ihft collPRc prcRraiu Rosary services "·ere. held I day evening in the Nelson Funeral home chiiprl. A native, of Mexico. Mr. Varga: had lived in the Las Crlices urea for the past J!) years. Beside:! wife, .loscfa, ho is survived hy one son, .TOKO of I.ns Crimes; three daughters: Mrs. Mariano Evnro o McFarland, Calif.. Mrs, Auelin. Apodaca and Mrs. Lupc Ontivero:- both of Las Cniccs; 28 grandchil dren nnd 31 great-grandchildren. e J u a n , , Nrslnr Apo- Silviriu Cabrera. A i m s t i i r i I r a and Herculiuo Kenalev Pallbearers w les, Jjibmo Iiiii:; ttnnz. To Visit Grave ALAMOGORDO, May 31 Ml The grave of Eugene Manlov Rhodes, famous writer of cowbo. Stories, will he visited June 8 I) former New Mexico governor !· C. Dillon. Dillon will be union n group of Rhodes' friends an relatives to make the annual i w l l h pmphfisis Irniiinds of the t r r h The memorial services at Hill- ·rest comolery for t h e win- heroes verc well a t t e n d e d . Pools in Ihe area wore jammed is hundreds soughl relief from (See Most Las, Page 5) Nl-'.W YOHK. May :il O't The uitinn's I'conoiny I'nu'i^ivl ba'.ler- ed hnl unbowed this week from its tnitphrsl ftpring KINIWUI In Id vrars. Krnm now im. m a n y !nsl- ncHHinrn (olt, Llm going HhouM he smoother, Odds were against any HUr^ini; pickup in the n e x t two month*. Kor IKLSIC indufarlc* lilic i i u t o m n - bilos i i m l iiti'ol, s u m i n n r i;t mii 1 - m n l l y it slm'U sCfisnti. (Set- business Is. Pfiji" 0) State's Police Chief Says We Are Lucky n thr slndy iral ureas." HtmitMits will iilRo I c u r n what liry should m n s l u r in hiRli school f they expert t o ' p m r t i i p thr rol- i?pc proRram of tlicir choice. Dally Sclirdulcs Daily srhrdiilcs fir Mm JPISSI studrn'ls will Inc.ludc class mrpt- ·nps, laboratory srBMnn.K, rrcrcn- t i n n . and pvrnim? InrtuiTs. Alno rdulnd arc f i r l r l trlpn. Imllvl- duitl con nr.nl iriR* hy A*M in.tliuc- tor. 1 :, iiiuf spcctiil cvcnl«. For Provided Saturday K;ia CntrcH Kiwanis rluti .van l n n d v i M t r n t l y omitted from a Hat nf scliolrit-Hhlp donors for the first a n n u r i l .Junior KnRlnoors arid Sui- cntistH Sumnipr I n s t i t u t e (JESSI) to be held nt New Mo.xico AM June 1-14. in a report hy tho college's News -bureau. kiwanlann. together with L»« Cniecs Rotary ""'' the Mr.silla Valley dlviHifn of Kl Paiifi 1CKM-- tric ro.. have mmlc it pon.sihl Air Reservists Complete Class A total of 23 I'*s CniiTR Air reservist* hnvr just romplpli-d I h p PTonii aemcfilor of a spccliii- r in U. S. Air . SANTA KIO. MII.V 31 1.1 iinliiv I hnl. I h c Mrmorlnl ilny I r n t f i c him heni Ihc h ever experienced on New highways. W i t h till hnlidny period Iwo days old. Ihc s l a l o had cil no fatalities, hut Roach i rd Ihere wis some Inch great deal of work cm II ni.l S»t- day hnll- grlmrtgo to the western mithor'fi I scholarships lo be * , » grave, which lies w i t h i n the houn- j the 30 high school Juniors of darics nf Rnngo. White Sanda MlHHllc ' nlors planning to i i l l r n d tho I n - 'ntltutc. izcd t r s l n i i i g Force- inaiingcmcnl and admlnis- I rat Ion. This marlts the end of Air Reserve a c t i v i t y in Las Cru- tinl.il September 8. when regular u n i t meetings will he' resumed. I n s l r u c l i o n a l phases of Ihc . inrac. which consisted of 21 two find one half hour sessions, were handled hy Major P a u l C. Cox, ind t'apt. Roy Harmon. Appli- ·nblc film. I r a i n l n g aids, and local information releases were ro- I n n t c d liy 1.1. .lack Scarlett, flli-hl I n f i i r m a l i o n olflccr. ObloctlM, Of Coirrso M a j o r olijri'llvc of Ihc I r a l was in liccp Air Ucscivo pel ncl ablest of cnriciit II. S. Air Force nianagcment and a d m i n i s - t r a t i v e pnirtices, Iheiebv m a k i n g Air Reservists more e f f e c t i v e In these and other Air Force spe- cialities In event of recnll lo active d u t y . I.t. Col. -Kuril SorroiiTMii. commander uf Ihc Inrs! Air Reserve mill., has announced Hint he will he a v a i l a b l e through the summer r n m r l h s to any local Air Reser- v i s t ' n e e d i n g assistance or i n f o r - mation. Ho will also nsHlsl newcomers to the area who desire to n f f l l i a l c with Ihc local unit. Colonel Sorcuson resides al OTO Townscnd Terrace, lelcphonc ,IA onfuir.iiuvnt i»rf|i-crs Inv I his. nnd part « lved i A "We've Iiml reports of N ciilcnts w l l h perennal hut no fatalities." Kon Saturday. He said Ilinl on Friday, slide officers Issued about 5UO t r a f f i c clfallonn around the s t a l e , "and this is a conservative cstlmalc." "We're going under t h e theory Hint It Is h e l l e r lo have a live person w i t h a cllntioii I l i a n n dcnd person w i t h o u t one," Roach H i l l i n g Iliinl The chief said the policy i ..,, , ling hard at violations p i ' Hi- j will not he a popular Mr i It would c o n t l tin- is- i day period ocvci thclcss. ng ! "We're mil going to w e a k e n on in ' It," he Hiild. "We've got to ilny with It." The d r i n k i n g driver was a spc cial target of t h e enforcement police also were kci'plliR an out for Hie drivers wlio wr-n lioring highway dlrccllnll sign: Was Coinlilcnihln "I don't luiow ho en ilrlvcrs we got lion, hut It wiin cor il ;it Ing Colorado State miversity president pointed ovit. 'U'hon ynur mother carried you ho i-h;inrc of her survival, and of inrs. wus incronscd bennuse aomc- ir had developed a whole nrsennl if u-ondur tlnigs and a family trt-o of nntibiolica to combat her ' lhifs:«. Snmrnnc had trained i tm-tnr nnd mirse to attend her. KM! conslnittcrt n hcwplUl for h t r iin'iiu'iit, an ammiliince 'to taltc ili'.'i-G. short wave, radio rom- U'iii-ion lo spppd the proceBs In -Miu'rc.riicy, and so on nnd on." Onn't V«y Knr y. PHHI and present. also hns pn)vi('ed in America a imvrvo- Inus fOIK! production and distribution Hyrlpiii, tenchcra nnd pliy- -;ii'jil plants for education, hlgu- wnya tlirsc and othrr thinpa which no individual Vonld pny for. Doctor Morfffin fluid. "Conlnnplnte for n moniPiit," lio urffcd. "tho f u t i l i t y of your utmost t-ffoi'ts If thin wcnlth of Ihn n u t ion were not availublc tn ntnrl with, nnd surely you will nprcn i Unit it ennnot HP . oth^nrbn. You tin pot more than you pay for." Not Only TuiiRHiIti Wealth, tho educator fpld'AAM'a RraduatiiiK clnsa, doca not involve only thi; lanplhlo things -- minwi unit inltb. hoiipfR and highway!'. triM-tors and thrillers. It is also tho rosH'vulr of trnimnl minds nnd hamls. the intangiblo of an orderly 5ot-l«Ly, nf constitutional povr-ni- mrnl notunlly conaltttited and In oporalion. "In .short," hn ttnM, "It. Is tlin slorkpili' of a nation's wealth t h a t luMthrr was crcnled nor nccumuU- ted by you; wraith t h a t is all tho more vii I liable because of Its hy a h i l i t y to arrve you UlQ i n s t a n t you need il. Him* To Hi-pay? How ran graduates repay this (Son liJiu-h Man, page* G) Veterans' Group Thanks Backers hlrf fluid. The hpiivy t r n f f i r limd wa« KC ^·111 over N*'\v Mi:xiru, Ko.' iald, with both if the M l a l I Sec HUb:'H 1'ollro. piijjc Si Funeral Services For Mrs. Hughes Scheduled Today Funenil HCM-viccs for Mrs. .1. .1. HiiRhcs. 70, Ian CnicM. will ,I)C hclil at 3 p. ML t o d a y in Crah- ,m's chnpcl with Rev. .luck Do- Vore of tlic First Unpli.il church officiating. Mrs. Hughca. n resilient of Uin Cnicca for the pusl 10 yeniH. died Wcdncsdity. She Is mirvlvcd }jy a d:ulKlHL'i\ Mm. Koyslcr Shnrpc. I.a» Cruccs; two suns: Jnnica O. of \ja Cmccs. nn.l W. 0. of Lemon Orovc. Calif.: A brother: U. L. Sptncc of Slur- ceon. Ky.; n .ilsler. Mm. HcrUm Brewer of neallyvlllo, Ky.. anil Iwo grandchildren. Pallhcarcra will include W. T. Johnson. J. K. LnndU, linhcrl K. Rl«ner, W. R Schneider, A. D. Socolofnky nnil E. Hurion Wnl- Ince. Hurlul will lie In Masonic cemetery. Dallas Claims To Have Solved Old Problem Of 'Egghead' Vs. 'Moron' Officials of veterans' organizations sponsoring the Memorial Day services at Hilicrest Memorial Cemetery Saturday, expressed enthusiasm for wha't they called a record turnout for such an occasion. They teemed the observance :i "huge success." These same officials said they i wanted to go on record us thank- PC- : ing Mike Campilgna, who ninde md ! the main address; all those who ·c I p-irtlclpntcd in the program, and Ig- | the ninny people who turned out i f u r the mcmorinl services. SiM-clnl Appreciation lspvclal appreciation was expressed to the following orgiinb.allon.1 who took part In Friday's cereinnnlcM: the Organized Reserve Corps. National Ciunrd. Veterans 1 of Foreign Wars. American Legion. Plsahled American Veterans, the Legion and VFW auxiliaries, the Hoy Scouts, the Girl Scouts. Civil A i r Patrol, Chamber of Commerce, Las Cruccs High School , Hand, nnd to the Sun-News (or i p u b l i c i t y prior to the affair, . ( IlALLAS. May 31 Ml The Dalian public school sy.-.lcm believes It has found the wiry to allow brilliant student* to use their talents fully without placing the "odd hall" Klfln on them. Thc syslcmwidc p r o g r a m groups pupils of high academic j aptitude Into the same class tec- lion. This Isn't d i f f i c u l t In Dallas, where each school has been RCC- tlons of the same clas/i. Can't Tell Kgghnul Hnl on the schoolyard ,ln athletics and In social affairs, you ctm't tell a budding egghead from any other youngster. School officials telievo tho v . i l - . v *.. . ue of the synlem In proved hy the broke set fact thai COO high school seniors | volved t h i s f a l l will he receiving college- level i n s l r u c t i o n and will not f i n d II loo d i f f i c u l t . Old ITolrlcm Tlic p r o b l e m Dallas c d m a l o i s believe they have solved In as old public e d u c a t i o n I t s e l f : IT". ... .,,'hl pupils held back and forced to m i n k time while teacher d r u m med f u n d a m e n t a l s Inlo the re- Hlndcr of the duns. When they first tackled the problem 10 ycill'H ago, authorities studied the operation In cities where bright (Undents il together In ,, , ,, single school. Hut thouc plans uprooted neighborhoods, ·ocliO Hen. In- children from thel J and ·h In . ,.-l and" o f t e n ilnced the pupils In the Kill" category, llsi I'nlil Oft The grouping nf "high an c a p t i t u d e " p u p i l s In Ihc (c.-tion of a grade is ilnl in d m l l n r p t n g r n i n s lutvc been hy other »ystcms. u.-ti'd ll\lt Uallas offl, lal Ihclrn 1 In "Hi! of Uie very llrst which has "paid olf" hy onnhllns these Hlndentn to receive college- lovcl math, chemblry. physur. nnd languates In the f i n a l year of high school. Kqimlly Imjiortnlit And equally linpnrlni the program h i l l l l a n t «nd feel that both Ihc student alike and creates no ho it, they hcneflts avoragc ·Illicr g r i n i p . The I r r l l l l n n l il i p p o r t u n l l y to piogicH:i own pin o, u n h i u n p c l c d dower s t u d e n t ·nigc sludiMll h for expression : iirllihlcr s t u d e n t s has been rv moved. No More ('la*M There lire no "moron clashes" In tho Dnllas system. There Is no stair-stepping o! groups. Students who do not o/nthly for the "hl,th academic aptitude" secttons »ic ilgned \vlthoul refeicnce lo illtli'H lo the other sections the F/cc/ Reserve. Group Meeting Slnlcil June 4 A meeting' of the 1'lect Reservn nssn.. will be held at 7 p. m- Junn 1 In the Confei-cnce room. Navy lleuilqunrlcrs inilMlnn, ,W h 11 a Sands Proving Cliound. All Navy and Marino enllslcd dcvclopiui-nt peisonnol on active duly, retire,! .etiltoii of the | ,,. ,,,, the disabled list arc InvlUil to attend. Work Has llegun On Juarez Track. ;,, JUAIUIii. Mexico May 3t 1.1''-- llround-hrcaklng ceremonies for thu Jl.S million Cnmlno Real race track In Juaroa wcro held Friday.