Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 36
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 36

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 36
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PAGE 36 TUCSON D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, I960 r There Just Aren't Enough --Citlun Phsu KOREAN NATURALIZED Three-year-old Dorothy, a Korean adopted by Mr. and ..Mrs. Frank Sherwood, became a naturalized American .today at a ceremony in the Federal Building. She Is '. , shown with her mother here. Wash and Wear Suits Superbly Tailored- Reasonably Priced from $42.50 148 NORTH STONE AVE. Outfitter* to Gentlemef "The Daily Investor" tclli you how to m « k e "o u r money vork for you. Fortress Concept Termed Obsolete LQS ANGELES-- (fl--America, says Vice Adm. John T. Hayward, 1 needs » flexible defense "because j the developing technology may, at I any time, nullify a specific dei fense." | The admiral posed these two j questions before a recent news ; conference here: How can the Russians defend themselves against a submarine firing Polaris missiles at them while lying submerged off the coast of a Mediterranean city- Naples, for instance? How can the United States defend itself against a Soviet missile submarine off the coast of Mexico? "Fortress America," he said, "no longer exists." By DOMINIC CHOLLA | As far as Mr. and Mrs. Frank i Sherwood are concerned there j just aren't enough children to go round these days. And that's why one of their three adopted children is Korean and another is Navajo. "But they need homes, too," j said Mrs. Sherwood, "and that j perhaps is the main reason why i we have them." j Three-year-old Dorothy is the j Korean in the family. She came to the Sherwood home at 514! E. Lee St., when she was 10 months j old. The two other children, a Navajo, now 6, and Joanna, 9, a blue-eyed American blonde, preceded her. Today Dottie, at a ceremony in the Federal Building, became a naturalized American citizen. Right now she doesn't know what it is all about Someday, however, she will. "We'll let the future take care of itself," said Frank, * mail carrier. The Sherwoods think there is less racial discrimination in the Southwest That's why they were not the least bit reluctant about raising « Korean and a^ Navajo in their home. "If we lived back east I don't think we'd want to adopt anyone but white Americans," said Mrs. Sherwood. "But in this part of the country our two will fit in nicely." "Dottie is of a different nationality and in thit respect she's no different," maintained Frank. "As for when she grows up, we'll let the future take care of itself. She'll fit in just as well then as she is fitting jn now." The Sherwoods got Dottie through an adoption agency in Portland, Ore, The agency is operated by a wealthy farmer who has taken an interest in Korean children of mixed parentage. Dottie is of American-Korean extraction. "We tried to adopt children through local agencies and did not have much success," said Mrs. Sherwood. "We kept get- ting put off, possibly because our income wasn't high enoujsh or our home big enough." 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