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REASONABLY PRICED Beech-Nut Coffee owes its rare flavor to the mellow flavor belt YOUR GROCER IS FEATURING NEW LOW PRICES ON UFIU7 OVEN-BAKED nCINZ BEANS Urill7 COOKED V1EJra£ SPAGHETTI Down go the price* of Hein* delicious Oven-Baked Beans (all 4 kinds) and Heinz Cooked Spaghetti! Look for your grocer's money-saving display ofthese favorites! All of Heins beans are real Oven-Baked — made the way you like them best. Heinz long-strand Cooked Spaghetti is ready to heat and eat—a meal in itself and a delicious mixer with leftovers! Stock up on both these tasty foods, now within the reach ot everyone! HEINZ bPWTWs^*-“‘ ■ a quick facial cocktail- Soap and I lather of Woodbury ^ vitami„ D. ■ let your »k'n drlk Glamour Girl at 7 Skin-stimulating Vita min D in Woodbury’s has helped refresh your face. Go out and greet the admiring world. Your complexion is radiant! You look younger, love lier than ever! FEED the instant lift a Woodbury Facial Cocktail gives your beauty! Always, Woodbury’s Facial Soap has helped faulty skins. Now it con tains skin-toning Vitamin D in its lather... stimulates the skin’s healthy breathing. A simple cleansing with Woodbury’s is like a facial cocktail. Try it tonight. Again in the morn ing and watch your complexion bloom. Woodbury's now 10fk SKlN-STUaULATUM VITAMIN D MARXIST PARTY Aims Include Progressive Nationalization of Big Industry. BACKGROJND— Since seizure of 14 American and 3,British owned oil companies by Mexico, the republic's policies have been of international concern. A new chapter has been written in the formation of a "Mexico-for-Mex icans" party. By the Associated Press. MEXICO CITY, March 31.—A new "party of the revolution" came into being today to carry on the nation's Mexico for Mexicans’ program, look ing toward a society without classes in a Socialist state. The new party of lal?orers, farmers and soldiers is an intensified gov ernment party, taking over the organ ization of President Cardenas’ former National Revolutionary party. Barba Gonzalez, head of the old party, W'as named president of the new. Its "proposed platform, presented in convention last night, carries a call for ’’progressive nationalization of big industry" (like expropriation of the $400,000,000 foreign-owned oil in dustry). The taking over of the oil industry from 17 American. British and Nether lands owners brought vigorous United States representations asking how Mexico would pay indemnity, and to day there were indications of a pas sible split in Cardenas' hitherto solid congressional support. Congress Session Called. A special session of Congress will take up the oil question April 11. It was ascertained that before then at least 10 Senators were preparing to ask the President how Mexico would find foreign markets for the oil; what would the government do about the mining industry, likely to be hard hit by United States suspension of silver purchases and a drop in the world price, and how would Mexico pay for the oil properties. There has been speculation, without official action, that the oil companies might be paid in oil, although their spokesmen did not favor this; or that the company management might con tinue to operate the wells, applying profits to the debt. Should no way be found to open British and American markets, normal ly buying 60 per cent of Mexican oil exports, there is a possibility Mexico might conclude a barter or trade agreement with Japan, Germany or Italy. Program Revealed. The newly formed Revolutionary party, by its projected platform, would pledge the party to the Socialist doc trines of Marx, to retain the present constitution and democratic form of government, and work for : 1. Recognition of the ‘‘existence of the struggle of classes as a phenome non Inherent in the capitalist regime.” 2. ‘‘A democracy of workers • • • the Socialist regime.” 3. Equal rights with men for women, including the vote. 4. "Collective agricultural economy” through continued "breaking up of big estates” into "communal farm groups.” 5. Social security for farm, as well as industrial workers. The party also would urge war on monopolies and high prices, would seek nationalized education aiming toward a society without classes, and would foster opposition to "imperialism and the onslaughts of Fascism.” Economic Reaction Felt. The program was published as Mex ico began to feel the economic reaction from the oil expropriation and the declining silver price. The peso depreciated, since expro priation March 18, from 3.60 to the United States dollar to as low as 5 to 1 yesterday, strengthening some what to 4.70. This depreciation cut purchasing power abroad and yesterday the treas ury told other government departments to quit buying foreign machinery ‘‘until the international value of our money is normalized.” Stores in Mexico City have noted declining sales, attributed to the eco nomic reaction. PRESSURE IS URGED. Lord Newton Wants U. S. and Britain to Act Jointly, LONDON, March 31 UP).—Joint action by Britain and the United States in putting "pressure on the Mexicans” in the oil cbmpanies ex propriation controversy was urged yes terday by Baron Newton in the House of Lords. "Unless we can secure the co-opera tion of the United States the chances of our doing any good are remote," said Lord Newton, a former under secretary for foreign affairs. The Earl of Plymouth, parliamentary undersecretary for foreign affairs, gave detailed account of the dispute leading to expropriation of the $400,000,000 oil industry by President Lazaro Car denas. He said some of the claims made by the oil workers’ syndicate "can only be described as fantastic.” GAS STATIONS CLOSED. Mexicali Shortage Is Blamed on For eign Exchange Upset. CALEXICO, Calif., March 31 OP).— Gov. Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada or dered all service stations in Mexicali, across the international border, to close •today to conserve their fast-dwindling gasoline supplies for emergency use in farm machinery and pumping plants of the Mexicali irrigation dis trict. The shortage was blamed on. the’ foreign exchange upset following the Mexican government’s expropriation of foreign oil holdings. The majority of Mexican dealers do not have enough American currency to pur chase gasoline from the American side of the border. 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