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Doan's give happy relief and will help the 15 miles o kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste fron your blood. Get Doan’s Pills. 'Win-Peace' Parley Tonight to Attract 800 Delegates Approximately 800 delegates from national and local organizations will assemble at the Commerce Depart ment auditorium at 7:30 o’clock to night for the first session of the "Win the Peace” conference, which is scheduled to continue through Sunday evening. Senator Taylor, Democrat, of Idaho will be the principal speaker tonight and, according to conference headquarters, will attack Winston Churchill's proposal for a British American understanding, which he is expected to describe as an "anti Soviet alliance.” The conference was initiated by Bartley C. Crum, member of the Anglo-American Commission on Pal estine; Jo Davidson, sculptor and chairman of the Independent Citi zens’ Committee of the Arts, Sci ences and Professions; Julius Ems pak, secretary-treasurer of the United Electrical, Radio and Ma chine Workers of America, CIO, and Paul Robeson, noted colored singer and actor. Sixteen members of the House and two Democratic Senators—Tay lor and Kilgore of West Virginia— are listed as sponsors. Delegates assembled today amid charges and countercharges on Cap itol Hill as to whether the confer ence was Communist-backed. Representative Rankin, Democrat, of Mississippi said it was sponsored by a "bunch of Communists,” and Representative Marcantonio, Amer ican Labor, of New York said it was 1 a citizens’ attempt “to win the peace and make it secure for democratic forces of the world.” One of the listed sponsors, Repre sentative Patrick, Democrat, of Ala bama publicly withdrew his name but later wrote the conference that he was convinced its aims were “wholly American.” Rally leaders said speakers would i include, in addition to Senator Tay lor, Senator Pepper, Democrat, of Florida and Representatives Coffee, Democrat, of Washington; De Lacy, ■Democrat, of Washington; Sabath, i Democrat, of Illinois, and R. J. Thomas, vice president of the CIO limited Automobile Workers. Topics will range from atomic energy and Big Three unity to price control and rights of minorities. NARFE Meets Tomorrow The National Association of He-; tiredTederal Employes will meet at] 1 p.m. tomorrow In the National Museum, Tenth street and Constitu-1 tlon avenue N.W. THY AMY ONK OF THESE FAVONITE APPETIZING WINES Today, it is no longer necessary to reserve wine for festive occasions. You can enjoy wine with every meal when you buy Savoia wine. For Sa* voia wine is available at a price so low that you can afford to serve It daily. Make every dinner at home a joyous occasion by serving mellow Savoia wine. J>. FAVA FRUIT CO. i-' V, Bonded Winery, Maryland No. 5. Phone Plaza 2840 POTOMAC WINE & LIQUOR CO . . . Distributors . . . Phone Atlantic fe&io Pikes Peak Auto Races To Be Resumed in Fall By the Associated Pres* COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., April 5.—The Pikes Peak automo bile races, famous for many years as a Labor Day attraction, will be resumed this fall. Revival of the contest, subject to the sanction of the American Auto mobile Association, was announced by Robert Donner, who was presi dent of the Pikes Peak Hlllclimb Association when the races were discontinued in 1941 because of the war. -30-Day Charge Accounts Invited— pinafore and dress I by PICTURE MODE California fashions Enchanting two-piece outfit. Crisp sheer white organdie' pinafore, eyelet lace trim. Con trasting ric-rac and gay colorful felt applique flower cut outs, over a fine cotton pastel dress. Pink, blue and maize. Puffed sleeve and eyelet trim, both with tie-back sash. Sizes 2 to 6. S6-95 Set 1225 F ST. N.W. i Exclusive Infants and Children s W e arm WOODWARD & (LOTHROP P“°« »1STRICT 5300 10™ 11™ F aw G Street* choose yours buttoned chin-high . . . gently upward curving . . . or wearing a choir boy bow . . . and count on approving masculine glances . . . there is something so pleasingly poised about ARMY DAY PARADE 2 P.M. 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