The Pasadena Board of City Directors has postponed until June 18 its examination of a study of the comparative pay of men and women city employees. Recommendations for board action to increase the pay, training and promotion opportunities for women to bring them up to those of men have been presented by the Commission on the Status of Women, which completed its study last month. The board’s discussion of the issue of comparable worth will fall on the opening day of a weeklong annual convention in Pasadena of the National Assn. of Commissions for Women. The Pasadena commission will be host group for an estimated 200 commissioners from across the nation and 200 Southern Californians.