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LODGE TO PLACE AT COLUMBUS STATUE TODAY Italian Sons and Daughters Daughters of America to Honor Discoverer 500 AT FLOOR SHOW Ball on Program for Tonight; Elections Tomorrow Two To render homage to Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of Amer ica, members of the Italian Sons and Daughters of America will place a wreath at the statue of their countryman in city park at li o'clock this morning. The action was voted near the close of a business session yesterday afternoon. Louis P. Manzella, chairman chairman of the general convention committee, was delegated to arrange arrange for presentation today. He said John S. Aldisert, Pittsburgh, state president of the organization would present the wreath. A band will provide music and members of the national board of counselors, and the state council will participate participate in the ceremonies. 1 Nearly 500 spectators attended the theatre party last night in The Abraham Lincoln, headquarters for the convention. In the afternoon five buses filled with delegates visited visited the Tower and spent several hours on the mountain top. ; Jimmy Long and his Ambassador's provided the music for the show last night. A . Program Given ' This program was presented: "Hello Everybody," entire ensemble; "Two in One," Betty and Gerard Ream; "High Kick Specialty," Cherries and Trudy; "St. Louis Blues," Carol Joyce "Accordian Specialty," Monde; " .Tas It?" Ginger Ginger Lee; "Tarn Impression of William William Tell Overture," Marie Shaw; "Tango Moderne," : Adoree and Adoree; ' "Acrobatic Taps," Tiny Harris; "Comedy As You Like it," Joe Reed; "Melody Parade," Bob Magee and Eight Beautiful Parade Girls; "The Three Stooges," Magee, Read and Adams; "Bugle Call Rag," ensemble; "Accordian Specialty, Monde; "May West Impersonation," Ginger Lee; "At the Prom," Cherries, Cherries, Trudy and Magee; "The Tops in Magic," Rosini; 'Comedy Boxing Bout," Betty and Gerard Ream; "International Finale," entire company. company. Jimmy Long and his Ambassadors Ambassadors provided the music. On the national' board of counselors counselors are: Angelo Piala, V. James Roslin, Reading; John B. Fortunato, Pittsburgh; Dr. Ferdinando Colletti, Reading, and Dr. Gaetano La Rosa. ' On the state council are Charles Azzaro, Calogero Fastuca, Louis Biolotta, Raffaele Ludovici, Freder - ico Anesin, Matteo G. Albert, Frank Morett, Frank Martin, Louis P. Manzella, Armando Lombardo, Vit - torio Frediani, Joseph Anthony, "Louis Sateriale, Ermanno Carletti, John S. Aldisert, Joseph M. Scar - pello, Domenico Russo and Michael D. Buonocore. There will be a ball in honor of the delegates tonight in the hotel. .Election and Installation of officers will take place tomorrow afternoon.