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Military to Ask U. S.
To Pay Costs in Japan By th« Atiociattd Pr«»» The Defense Department will propose to Congress soon that the Government pay part of the cost of American occupation forces in. Japan with a simul taneous reduction in economic as sistance for that country. Japan now pays the full cost of occupation, as a defeated power. The department announced to day it recommends beginning the new program on July 1. A department spokesman said estimates on the shares of occu pation costs to be paid by the United States have not yet been completed. 'Steam-Scrubbing' Oil Helps Improve Quality LI1TLE ROCK, Ark. —Re searchers have found a way to “steam-scrdb” rice-bran oil to improve its quality. Extracting the oil from rice bran—removed in milling — by a pressing method was not effective, and the oil often developed a rancid odor. The scrubbing method separa rates the fatty, acids associated with oil rancidity between ex traction and refining. Rice from oil brings about $400 a ton, or a total of $10,000,000 for the oil contained in the 1950 rice crop. t Stalin Prize Revoked After Opera Is Criticized By the Asiociattd Pr«« MOSCOW, May 14.—Moscow papers announced yesterday that a Stalin prize awarded to Com poser Herman Zhukovsky for his opera, “From the Depths of the Heart,” has been revoked. The Prize Committee asked the Council of Ministers to take away the prize on Friday after a storm of criticism hit the opera, which concerned life on a Ukrainian collective farm. Prime Minister Stalin and members of the Politburo saw it after it won the prize. Two weeks later Pravda ripped it to pieces and said it was full of flaws. The Prize Committee agreed the crit icism was just. Pilot Scoops Up Chicken Reporting an attack on a ware house in Eastern Korea, the pi iot of an American Corsair fighter said he flew so low he picked up a chicken in the air cooler of his machine. 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They’re for me!” VIC RASCHI is a pitcher you always expect top perform ance from. Vic gets top “per formance” from Camels. Vic says, “You can’t beat Camel’s flavor—and Camels agree with my throat!” JIM KONSTANTY was 1950’s most sensational pitcher, the envy of every manager in baseball. Jim says, "With me, mildness is a must. Camels have it — and they have grand flavor, too!” rl THE PAST two years, the smokers of America have made many cigarette tests — to find out the truth about "mildness.” They’ve made sniff tests... puff tests... and the thorough, sensible test — the 30 day Camel mildness test. They’ve seriously tried to find out how, mild a cigarette can be. And they’ve gotten their answer! In these same two years, according to latest pub usnea ngures, i^amei nas in- - creased its lead as America’s most popular cigarette by many billions of cigarettes a year! These figures show Camel with its biggest lead in 25 years of cigarette history! More people have found what they want in Camels than in any other cigarette mildness, pack after pack... and rich, full flavor, week after week after week. No other cigarette has Camel’s fine flavor, the flavor of costly tobaccos properly aged and expertly blended! And no other cigarette offers this conclusive proof of mild ness— proof based not on a sniff or a puff, but on steady smoking: In a coast-to-coast test of hundreds of people who smoked only Camels for SO days, noted throat specialists reported not one single case of throat irritation due to smok ing Camels! Doctors in every branch of medicine were asked... “What cigarette do you smoke, Doc tor?” Again that question has been asked of doctors all over the coun try, doctors in every branch at medicine. Again the brand named most was Camel! According to this repeated nationwide survey: More doctor* smoke Camels tli** any other cigarette 1 I— B. J. Reynolds Tobtcco Company, Wimton-Sslem, N. C. 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