The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 10, 1953 · 32
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Thirty-Two THE ROSTOV DAILY GLOBE FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1953 A 1941 block of partly imper- Australia's phosphate rock now rorated British stamps sold for $420 is imported exclusively from Nauru, at a recent London auction. 'Ocean and Christmas Islands. I I OPEN MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY UNTIL 8:30 P. M. j II NOW'S THE TIME FOR SPRING OUTFITTING :' III fih, I Special! W- FL Pi A j Also Navy Blue ? ( 'A i J University-Styled for the -' : 1 i I I YOUNGER MAN . j : V jj I Sizes 34 to 42 )7"7 : V, 1 ': Mi includina Lonas I ' i H 1 ;i Iji; 11 end Extra Longs j jf . J ? 1 U 1 $4450 I .1 III A Hard-to-Believe Price j f j ; ,J !j j for a Hard-to-Believe if I L ff ' Suit! But seeing is be- if I j! ) lieving. Come and see for j"f 'tf '! j yourself how much you jt;' fc ' 11 can get for how Unlet -i . 1 CuceM cD j I UNIVERSITY SHOP-) j 1 II 1 Jftif m New Ytrit , J tvt' " 41" Thtrttmtk St. t B -way, Warren St. atf W jj! Hedy LaMarr Becomes Citizen LOS ANGELES. April 10 (AP Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler, better known as Hedy Lamar, actress, gets her United States citizenship today. Miss Lamarr, 38. who came here in 1937 from her native Vienna, is among aliens from 34 countries who will receive citizenship in court ceremonies. 1 U i) ! ' S Barry to Discuss Work of NLRB Joseph C. Barry, field examiner with the National Labor Relations Board, will speak Tuesday evening at the Labor-Management Center. He will discuss the Taft-Hartley Act and the work of the National Labor Relations Board which administers the federal law. . He will open a new series of conferences, to be held for six weeks at the Center, 620 Massachusetts av. Director of the Center is Re,v- Mortimer H. Gavin. S. J. Lectures are open to the public. London is installing signposts pointing out the city's finest viewf JEAN JOLOTTA of Newbury, port High School, winner of Katharine Cibbs School scholarship. Other winners are Isabelle N. Mc Donald of Gloucester High School and Margaret Doherty of Winches ter, senior at Marycliff Academy. WE HAVE SIZES 1 to 12 AAAAA to EEC AX A33 TREMONT ST., BOSTONV-Al WIIIRUWY $10.95 Bin Calf itk Rrt Calf Trin. M Calf n Sua Call Itm. AAA, te C Slit! 4'a I. 10 NEW FOR SPRING Pleasurable, Carefree . Comfort Pump .. "WHIRLAWAY" NEW LOW PRICES 995 and 51095 largest and most couplet stock of ENNA JETTICK shoes In New England SEND FOR FREE FOLDER Under the Weather Wind Off the Sea Beginning this month and extending through Summer, the strip along the New England Coast will benefit from an onshore wind known as the sea breeze. This is the breeze we beg for and often do not get during prolonged heat waves. It penetrates only a short distance inland, sometimes less than a mile. When the prevailing wind is strong, the sea breeze will not develop at all. The sea breeze is caused by the difference in temperature between the land and the ocean. The land, of course, heats faster. The warm air rises and increases the pressure aloft. This pushes the air at higher altitudes out over the sea. Air must now come in to replace the warm air that rises from the surface. This moves in at low levels from the , ocean. It is cool and comforting. Normally, this would be direct east wind. The revolution of the earth deflects the wind to right (in the Northern Hemisphere) and what we wind up with is a southeast wind. This may be at its maximum in early afternoon when surface heating is greatest. -S. B. ran innn pi r r"-L FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1953 MINIATURE ALMANAC APRIL 10 Eastern Standard Tim Sun Rises 5:1s I High Tide. 7:4(1 am Sun Sets :20 " , . 8:17 Pm LenKth of Day.l3:0a I MoonBisM. 3:17 am Hoisht of Tide . 10.1 ft am. 10 ft om Turn on Headlights at 6:50 cm Moon's Chances New Moon. April 13 3:09 o. m. First Quarter, Anril 20. 7:40 o. m. Eastern Dayluht Saving Tim Full Moon. Amil 29. 12:20 a. m. Last Quarter. May 6 8.21 a. m. Predicts Telephone of Future Will Be Carried Like Watch ' PASADENA. Calif.. April 10 i AP The telephone of the future? Mark R. Sullivan, San Francisco, president and director of the Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company, said in an address last night: "Just what form the future telephone will take is, of course. 4ure speculation. Here is my prophecy: "In its final development the telephone will be carried about by the individual, perhaps as we carry a watch today. It probably will require no dial or equivalent, and I think the users will be able to see each other, if they want, as they talk. "Who knows but what it may actually translate from one language to another?" BOYLSTON AT ARLINGTON AGAIN MORTON'S LEADS THE FIELD WITH THE BEST SPRING FASHIONS AT-THE LOWEST PRICE! 1 tmmAmimmm mmm A GIGANTIC VALUE RECORD BREAKING fj FR1. TILL 6 SAT. 9 TO 9 P.M. -X:fl ' ' 1 K IN OUR 2nd FLOOR SUBURBAN SHOP ' j j X. i- X. S at vi, ; Weather Reports FORECASTS (Official. V. 8. Weather Bureau) BOSTON And VICINITY Cloudy and mild with showers this afternoon and possibly some thunderstorms in the late afternoon or eve ning. Highest temperature this afternoon in the middle or upper 50's. Showers and mild tonight with lowest temperature in the upper 40's. Considerable cloudiness and little change in temperature Saturday. Southerly winds increas ing to 20 to 30 miles per hour this afternoon and becoming squally in thunderstorms late this after noon or this evening and shifting to northwest early Saturday. MASSACHl'SETTS Shower and scat tered thunderstormse and mild this afternoon. Showers tonight ending west portion late tonight and continued mild. Consider able cloudiness and cooler in the interior Saturday. Windy this afternoon and tonight. CONNECTICIT, VERMONT Showers and scattered thunderstorms this afternoon ending late tonight Continued mild. Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday. Squally winds this afternoon and evening. RHODE ISLAND Showers and scattered thunderstorms and mild this afternoon. Showers ending tonight and continued mild. Considerable cloudiness anQ cooler Saturday. Windy this afternoon !and toniEht. .r.iv HA.nrHiHE consiaerame cloudiness and mild this afternoon with showers and scattered thunderstorms beginning this afternoon and ending at night. Little change in temperature tonight. Considerable cloudiness and cooler Saturday. MAINE Increasing cloudiness and mild this afternoon with showers and scattered thunderstorms beginning this evening and continuing tonight. No so cool tonight. Mostly cloudy with scattered shewers and cooler Saturday. OCEAN WEATHER E ASTPORT TO BLOCK ISLAND Small era I' warnings displayed from Eastport to Block Island since 8 a. n. today. Increasing southerly winds becoming 25 to 35 miles per hour this afternoon becoming gusty to 45 miles per hour in thundersqualts in the late afternoon and evening. Winds shifting to northwesterly over south portion late tonight and over north portion Saturday morning. Cloudr with showers and thunderstorms thij. afternoon and tonight with showers continuing north portion Saturday. Good visibility except lowering to poc- in heavier showers. FIVE-DAT FORECAST The temperature in New England dur ing the next five days Saturday through Wednesday will average two to six de grees below normal. Cooler weather over the week-end and then continued rather cool for the rest of the period. Some normals for the period are as follows: Boston 47. Providence 48. Nantucket 43. New Haven 45. Concord, N. H. 42; Burlington 42. Portland 41. Eastport .'19, Greenville 36 and Presque Isle 38. At Boston the. normal maximum tem perature during this period is 54 and the normal minimum temperature 39. Precipitation during this period will on the average total over two-thirds of an inch with rainy period at the be-ginaing and again at the middle of next week. . BOSTON TEMPERATURE Mean Thursday 52 Departure from normal 7 Departure this month iSfi Departure since Jan 1 ..4426 BIISIUS rKtlll'II ATION Total 24 hours to 7:30 a. m. today. . 0 Total this month to date 1.18 Departure frnm normal -.02 Total since Jan 1 22.60 ueparture trom normal .4-11.34 BOSTON DEGREE DATS Dearree-day units 13 Total this month 132 Total beginning July 1 462:1 Total at corresDOnrtmg dale last near. 4920 48-vear normal. corresiwindinK datp. 5280 iiumuj Kr.LS lilt III.WUMTV Recorded at 7. 30 am 78"!!, BAROMETER AT SEA LEVEL Millibars Inehe? At. 1:30 m 1012.1 20 89 At CM) am 1 111 1.3 29 87 TEMPER ATVRES Maximum temperatures for 24 hour ended at 1:30 a. m. Minimum temperatures for 12 hours ended at 7:30 a. m. i-ny mi lyO city Hi Lo on Minneapolis .41 29 Montreal 63 48 Nantucket . 58 47 New Orleans 63 53 New York . .81 44 Old Town . 63 2 67 Philadelphia 611 49 6 vi Phoenix .70 47 Portland. Me 61 51 Portland. Ore.54 ji rrnvinence 27 St I .mm 34 San Antonio 92 50 S'n rFancisco.57 36 Seattle 55 the largest selection the greatest value we've ever seen! LUXURIOUS FABRICS: PURE SILK SHANTUNGS POODLES FLEECES PASTEL COLORS: PINK YELLOW BLUE MISSES'! WOMEN'S! TEXTURED FA ERICS 100 WOOLS CHECKS AND PLAIDS AQUA BErGE GREEN JUNIORS' SIZES! X Tar. USUALLY '35 TO J58 WHY WALK ALL OVER TOWN Just feast your eyes -on these phenomenally low priced late season fashions,, the rich fabrics. Whether you're shopping for coat, a suit, a topper (or all three), there's a fashion here for you in the color rmd fabric you've dreamed about but never belore seen at this low, low price! I M s mi wit.- s r vV. .it fir? mnjm i r.:n run J .'I'll at AV. Itt W:7Mf,. a ft B fr7 u Albanv 64 Bismarck . . . 35 BOSTON . . 5R 'Bridgeport ..61 Buffalo 63 BurIinafn.Vt.62 Charleston. .74 Chicago Icoiumbus. 6 60 Concord. N H.63 Denver 33 Duluth. Minn. 35 Fort. Worth 66 Halifax 53 Hartford Hatteras Jacksonville .62 49Tamoa 63 6n Tampa 68 Hi finwahinarton .6.1 Kansas City 56 38Williston ...37 Lo Angeles 62 45 Worcester .. .62 Miami ......81 75 43 44 34 64 47 87 43 63 43 31 31 70 52 26 45 55 Boston' records for April 10 are 85, for 1932, and 26, for 1912. Odd Items From Everywhere Two Laconia. N. H., octogenarians, each named Fred D. Glines. who have lived a few miles apart! ior many years out never nave met. recently observed birthday anni versaries. When Clarence Finn of Albanv N. Y., was jailed for driving 42 years without a license, he said. "Well, I can't read or write, so I Know I couldn t pass the test. Marine Capt Walter E.-Domina USMC. of Swanzey. N. H.. an ex change pilot in England, will have the honor of being the only Ameri can to participate in the Royal Air Force fly-test at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. ' Antoine Schott-Halstem, 84. gave $308,500 to the Town Council of Thann. France, because "I'm too old to be bothered with money " ueipnis Higgins ot Dexter, Me., spends most of his spare time carving and coloring animal miniatures and painting oil portraits. He has wood-carved over 150 animal replicas and has a sizeable collection of still-life oil paintings, mostly wild animals and birds. RELIGIOUS SERVICES CHARGE OR BUDGET. PARK FREE AI THE FITZ-INN AUTO PARK, OPPOSITE MORTON'S TEMPLE ISRAEL 802 COMM. AVI. at Kanmort Sq. Friday, April 10, 81 1 5 t. M. DR. JULIUS MARK of Timplt Emanii-Et, Nsw York will dtlivir tlii annual JCSHUA LOTH LIEBMAN LECTURE "Concerning the Origin and Destiny of Man" IT UO'J L- . .J iLJi sawciay saie thoroughbred off the coat world! cashmere and woo! Luxury loomed by Northfield, tailored by one of our favorite makers specially purchased very specially priced! Tapered Pyramid silhouette with new modified fullness and deep-set sleeves that slide easily over suits. Iridescent taffeta lined for 3-season wear. Saturday only - a i r I V..-a ""W v- - ) Nude, Navy, Grey, Blue, Natural. Misses' sizes 10 to 20. a umors sizes J 9 to 15. SATURDAY AT 9:30 .ARLINGTON COATS THIRD FLOOR eaALL ARC WELCOME

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