Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 4, 1975 · Page 26
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 26

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, April 4, 1975
Page 26
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2.A— LUB3OCK AVALANCHE.JOURNAL— Friday Ev.nm 9l April 4, I97S U.S. Officials Worried About Portugal By JOHN F. BARTON -WASHINGTON (UP I) American officials -are worried about leftist oriented political upheaval on the Iberian peninsula, once the bastion of arch conservatism in Portugal and I leaders are gaining. Originally pleased with the'in Portugal now is that the — [overthrow of the former coloni-.armed forces movement which al Portuguese regime, Sccrc- is substantially dominated by tary of State Henry Kissinger officers of leftist tendencies has now is alarmed at the influence now appointed a new cabinet in that Portuguese Communist, which Communists have Spain. many of the chief portfolios." "What seems to be happening Kissinger told a recent news become a sham, and in which parties are getting Into dominant positions whose interests we would not have thought are necessarily friendly to the U.S." Sen. James Buckley, R-C- N.Y., said in another news conference the Kremlin-domi- latecl Portuguese Communists are a threat to the North AUnntic Treaty QrKanization and the ability of the United States to carry out its Middle ICast policy. The United States used bases TOP TEEN'S — Selected as teens of the month for March at Iheir respective junior high schools were, from left. Handy Lincisey. Henry Martinez, Dorothy Walker and Judy Adams. Randy and Dorothy attend O. L, Slaton Junior High and Henry and Judy at- conference. "We are disquieted by an evolution in which there is danger process that (in the democratic Portugal) may Portuguese Islands as controlled refueling n the Azores rioints. for its airlift of supplies [or Israel in the last Arab- Israeli war. "What must be emphasized is lhat if Portugal is lost to the West, ow Middle Eastern policies and goals become irrelevant, as we will be stripped of the power to implement them," Buckley said. "I cannot understand the seeming lethargy in the face of this truly world shaking Por- Theme Chosen For Floydacla Miss Pageant A-J Correspondent FLOYDADA — A theme of "Saturday in the Park" has been chosen for the annual Miss Floydada Pageant and the first annual Little Miss Floydada Pageant slated for Saturday, April 12. The event will be at 7:30 p.m. in the Floydada High School Auditorium. Tickets are SI for adults and 75 cents for students. Out of town judges will select the winners. Narrator will be Mrs. M'arjor- ie Hollums. Entertainment will be by Christy Stringer, who will deliver several musical solos. A total of 21 girls are entered in the Little Miss Floydada Pageant and 16 will compete for the MJss Floydada title. TEEN HONOHEBS — Among junior h i p h school students selected as teens of the month for March from left. Toby Nunez, Trina Foster, Karl Lusk, Sandra Reyna, .loe Villegas and Nellie Gome-/. Toby and Sandra attend Thompson Junior High; Trina and Karl attend Strusgs Junior High and Joe and Nellie attend Matthews Junior High. (Staff Photo) OFKRAS MERGE j PHILADELPHIA (UP11 —' Philadelphia will have a new opera company next season, the Philadelphia Opera Company, formed by the mercer of the] Lyric and the Grand opera j companies, which have competed for 12 years. j BIGELOW CARPET Quality Carpet For Less! PAUL GRAHAM CO. 1415 AVE. N 765-6607 discover the secret of SANSABELT® comfort! The secret of Sonsabelt slocks lies inside the waistband; a bond of triple-stretch webbing thai flexes with your every movement. Gently, but firmly, it keeps you tucked-in and feeling good all day long. On the outside, luxury fabrics, careful tailoring, and innovative styling make you look as good as you feel! See these comfortable Jaymar Sansabelt slacks at both stores! 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General Francisco Franco, .he Spanish chief of state who has ruled with an iron hand since 1339, is 82 and in frail health, rumored to be suffering from Parkinson's disease. Although Prince Juan Carlos was named by Franco in July 1969 as the future king and chief of state, it is not certain the transition will be smooth when Franco dies or becomes incapacitated. tVSBOCK A VALA.VCHE-JOURNM. EVENING K\enln( Edition of the Lubbock Avilmchf Journal. Primed »! S1)i >nd Avenue }. Lubbsck. Ttvu 1940S. Phote 7tt-8itt. Second Cliti jw!U{« pild il Lubtxicb, Ttais. HOMB DELIVERY ByTtieMontk Mornlnj, Evening.Sundiy K.K Morning & Sunday J.50 (Cveninf. Sjturday, Sunday.... J.Sfl Morning Only ' J.M tArnlng, Saturday Only l.M Sunday with Daily SI li + 6l Ur 1.2o £vcnln£0nly us Sunday Only II.42+Sc lav Lit MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 Yr. (Mo. 3 Mo. 1 Mo. 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