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QuJiLind nslI on MoAerAAy met A e i~tn* IU, IJ.OC Onrt'CT HOO Men's Cool Lightweight Rayon Suits • - a . : ■ - - ■ ■ fv- • We have been able to secure a good assort ment of 2-piece crease-resistant rayon trop ical suits to keep you comfortable in hot weather. Easy-fitting skeleton-lined coat— single or double breasted models—in navy blue, tan, brown, gray and slate blue. Sizes 36 to 44 in the group—in regulars, shorts, longs—but not in every color and model. W&L—S»rlk Bvildwi . . , Mtstauimt Cloikint Skip Renewed Persecution Of Missionaries in Red China Reported TOKAY. May 20 'QDN >.—Omi nous signs of renewed persecution of foreign missionaries by Chinese Communists are reported by trav elers from China. Father Patrick OConnor of St. Columbans, Nebr., National Catholic News Service correspond ent, says two church leaders re cently were arrested in Central China on trumped-up charges. He declines to reveal the locality for fear of reprisals against mission ary personnel in that area. Father O Connor say* u i* too early to predict whether these ar rests presage a wholesale Com munist attack on foreign missions But he does believe the slow squeeze being applied to mission aries points to such a conclu sion. Since V-J Day. Father O Con nor claims. 47 Catholic mission aries have been killed. 29 died in prison, three died after release from prison and 13 have been miss ing so long they are presumed dead Of these 22 were foreigners and the remainder Chinese Many priests remained in North China during the war while a few Prot estants had returned to their sta tion* when the persecution began he says However. Father O Connor be lieve* that no missionary has been reported tilled since January iHI when the anti-Chmtian campaign eaaed up. apparently on order from the Communist high command The Catholic News Service cor respondent reveals that formerly a common charge against mission aries was that they were Japa nese spies. However, that charge is now outdated, he adds Sev eral missionaries have been ac cused of cutting out a baby * eyes and heart. Some 102 000 old-age pensioners in Eire who had been receiving $2.50 a w*eek recently got a raise to $3 50 Dublin reports For some classes the increase a ss over $1 a week Conferees Still Deadlocked On Reorganization Bill from Yesterday t L*s! Idttttm. Senate and House conferee* this afternoon failed to reach an agreement on the bsii to use Presided' Truman broad powers to reorganise the Government subject bo congressional veto They set another meet .ng *or Tuesday The chief stumbling block is whether only one branch of Con gress can veto a reorganisation plan. The House bill provide* that both branches must vote aga.nst a plan to veto u The Senate bUl permits defeat by the vote of only one branch. ..\\V $n°cbp KEEBLER Woodward & Loihrop - North Builoing and Give You a More Casual Summer Look from Shorts to Sheers . Lucky you, the summer finds you in Paddle ' and Saddle's imaginative out-door clothes . . . wonderful, wonderful fabrics, "Wrinkle Shed'' Dan River cords and fine seersuckers in exciting pedal pushers, bras, shorts, halters, skirts and slacks ... at mild prices ranging from $1.95 to $4.95. Doubly lucky you, if your luggage (or wardrobe) contains Betty Hartfords, be your preference for de mure cottons, Miami spun or Bemberg rayons, lawns or dotted Swisses. All are done with the infinite care traditional with Betty Hartford. All with the "important little touches" . . . tiny stitches, grosgram belts, fine laces ond eyelets, deft color schemes. In myriads of "individual" styles to fit a miss, a half-size or a petite miss. Priced at $8.95. Paddle and Saddle Sportswear $1 95 t0 $4-95 Betty Hartford Dresses $g95 W9L—North iuildiot • • • Sportiwtar, Third Floor mu it o» loom An 1 Men-Handsome Featherweight or Bold-look Pastel Shirts For julep coolness, try a Fruit of the Loom shirt of feather weight cotton with removable-stay collar, barrel,cuffs. ^Pastels of blue, gray and ton. Or, if you prefer the bold look (os so many well-dressed men do), see these with spreod collar, French cuffs in pink, helio and white. Sizes 14 to 17, sleeve lengths 32 to 35. All shirts are Sanforized (residual shrinkage less than 1 %). Not Shown: White Cotton Broadcloth Shirt with fused collar and barrel cuffs or neckband style with French cuff. Sizes 14 to 17, sleeve lengths 32 to 35, $2.69 Rayon Ties in knits and satins, $f ond $1,50 WBL—Nnrtk MmlUmf . . . Tkt Mtn’t Sknp, Pint Pl—r $295 For a Boy's Graduation A Handsome Cheviot Suit ©f wool w«ll-cut in either single of d o u b I e-breosted styles S»zes 14 to 18. In navy____ Whitt Drtts Shirt of fine cot ton broodcloth, Sonforned to pre vent shrinkoge of more then 1 %. Neck lize* 12 to Q5 14Vi_-_ * k Tim of dull fin**h novy rayon --- W8L-S"tk MmiUmt . . . r*# <«k' #*•#.