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THIRTY-ONE YEARS OF SUCCESS t (Thomas Offers Only a Professional Office Treatment) THE THOMAS Air-Conditioned Office SUITE 1050-52 WASHINGTON BUILDING Cor. N. Y. Ava. and 15th St. N.W. NA. 9562 Bent for Uea and Women P-M.l Sat* 9:30 AJ1. to S r.M. Separate Det Bonn: 9:80 AM. to > New Pakistan Premier Calls for Plebiscite On Kashmir Question •y lh* Associated Press KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct. 22.— Prime Minister Khawja Nazi muddin says he hopes to settle all differences with India peacefully, but insists the future of Kashmir must be decided by a vote of the Kashmiri people. Both India and Pakistan want to control the princely state. In his first speech as Prime Minister, Nazimuddin declared yesterday that Pakistan only sought for the Kashmiris the right to hold a fair, un-pressured plebiscite on their future. United Natiqns efforts to arrange a plebiscite have failed, but the case is still pending in the Secur ity Council. Kashmir—like Pakistan—has a majority Moslem population, but its Hindu Maharajah ceded the state to India in 1947. Indian troops and an Indian-sponsored government now control the Kashmiri capital of Srinigar. Addressing a public rally, Nazi muddin endorsed all the foreign and domestic policies of his prede cessor. Prime Minister Liaquat All Khan, killed by an assassin in Rawalpindi last Tuesday. Nazimuddin said he would con tinue to push for full co-opera tion with the United Nations and friendly relations with all coun tries. Pakistan is for common wealth alliance with Britain and friendship with the United States specifically. The biggest dispute with India. Nazimuddin said, centers around Kashmir, and it must be settled first. New Indian Party Urges Reunion With Pakistan NEW DELHI, India. Oct. 22 (IP). —India’s newest political party wants a chance in government, a new national foreign policy and a reunion of India and Pakistan into a single independent nation. This program was adopted yes terday by the new All-India Peo ple’s Party (Bharatiya Jana Sangh), It elected former cab inet Minister, S. P. Mookherjee, party president, to head its fight against the ruling Congress Party in the coming national elections. Mookherjee said Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru’s foreign pol icies had cost India all her friendsi among the world’s nations. The new party, he added, believes in democracy and opposes all to talitarianism. Maine District Voting On Seat in Congress ly tha Auociatad Prm BANGOR, ME., Oct. 22—A three-way fight for a congressional seat goes to the ballot boxes in the 3rd district today. The seat was left vacant by the death of Representative Frank Fellows, Re publican. The big, largely rural district has been solidly Republican since 1932. Thus, on the basis of past performance, the G. O. P.’s Clif ford G. Mclntire, 43. of Perham has & decided edge in the special election. Mr. Mclntire, Aroostook potato grower, is opposed by Mrs. Kath erine M. Hickson, 49. of Bangor, a former Democratic national committeewoman, and Independ ent Ralph M. Dyer, jr., 39, of Hampden. Sharpest issue in a dull cam paign has been the long-suspended Quoddy tidal power project. Bazaar Articles Asked Articles for a bazaar to help the building fund of the new Atonement Episcopal Church are seeded, Emily P. Alexander, pres ident of the church's Woman’s Auxiliary, announced today. Per sons desiring to contribute call Hillside 7820. The bazaar will be leld at 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday at the church, Fifty-second and East Capitol streets. Woman Reports Attack By Man as Husband Slept Police today had under arrest a man charged with raping the wife of a next-door neighbor while her husband slept beside her in their bed. The man, Willie Reed, 31, col ored. of the 1300 block of South Carolina avenue S.E., was sched uled to appear in Municipal Court today on the rape charge. Police said the 19-year-old wife said she was awakened last night but did not at first realize it was the intruder. When she did, she screamed, and her husband woke up and chased the man out of the house. Police arrested him shortly afterward. The young colored couple roomed at the address. The hus band, 24, is in the Army. Takes Hospital Post JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Oct. 22 (JP). —Dr. Ralph C. Greene of Martlns burg, W. Va., assumed new duties today as chief pathologist at the 400-bed Johnstown Memorial Hos pital. Dr. Greene was former chief pathologist at Newton D. Baker Hospital at Martinsburg. Paris Lavishes &, Free Luxury on U. S. Travel Agents Sy the Associated Press PARIS, Oct. 22. — More than 1,400 members and associates of the American Society of Travel Agents today began an on-the spot check of what they have been selling tourists—gay Paree. American delegates from more than 700 firms and several hun dred travel agents from other countries poured into the city throughout the week end. A lavish week-long program of sightseeing and entertainment—all free—was promised them. French sea and air lines and the national railroads brought the delegates here without charge. Luxury hotels will entertain them without presenting the bill. Lead ing restaurants are ready to show off the best dishes of the French cuisine. Though too polite to mention it, the French hope all this will pay off with more Amreican tourist dollars spent in France next year. The drop in the number of trans-Atlantic visitors to the Riviera this season—estimated at around 25 per cent—-caused some alarm among hotel-keepers and local travel men. Skyrocketing prices were blamed mostly. Are you overlooking a good meal buy? With women who ora on Iho lookout for ways to cut food costs, sausage is becoming pop ular os a dinner dish—sausage with fried apples end waffles, sausage with corn fritters, sau sage with buckwheat cokes, sau sage with grits, etc. Most people think of sausage as a breakfast meat, but there are many delicious ways to serve sausage fordinner. And even the best sousage — and we think that's Jordan's Sausage — costs so little compared with ether meats. It's all pure pork, made and seasoned in the old country style—by the packers of Jordan's famous Virginia hams, and Jor dan's old-fashioned hickory smoked bacon. TRY r6 BACON SAUSAGI HAMS ESTABLISHED AT SMITHFIELD, VA„ IN 1840 FO* NAME OF NEAREST DEALER WRITE TO BOX 324, RICHMOND, VA. A NATURAL AID IN ARTHRITIC PAIN AND DISTRESS The benefit of delicious, natural Mountain Valley Water has been shown in most observed cases. From Hot Springs, Ark., it is delivered right to you. Phone ME. 1062 for o Cote Today Write 904 12th St. N.W. Mountai Water Callouses Fast Relief—Pain, Burning, Tenderness On Bottom Of Feet You’ll quickly forget you have theee foot trouble* when you uee soothing, cushioning Or. Scholl’s Zino-pads. Separata Medi cation* us included for speedily removing callouses. Ask for the Callous D- Scholls Zino-pads C. G. Sloan fir Co., Inc. Auctioneers - Appraisers Large Storage Sale Modernistic Bedroom Suite, Walnut and Mahogany Bedroom Furniture, Solid Cherry Secretary, Pair Mahogany Credenzas, Fireplace Braises, Inlaid Sheraton Mahogany Secretary, Small Inlaid Lady's Desk, Drop-leaf Tables, Chests of Drawers, 3 Crystal Hanging Fixtures, Upholstered Davenports, Lounge Choirs, Sets of Mahogany Dining Chairs, Oriental and Domestic Rugs, 9 File Cabinets, Mahogany Bookcases, Table China and Glassware, Bric-a-Brac, Radios, Paintings, Prints, Mirrors, Lamps, Toys, Bicycle, Beds, Box Springs and Mattresses, etc. at Public Auction at Sloan's 71513th St. Wednesday October 24th ot 10 A.M. By order of the Union Storage and Transfer Ce. and Many Private TERMS CASH C. G. Sloan & Co., Inc., Auctg. Established 1891 WWDC Plans Broadcasts For Blood Donor Drive Station WWDC will interview blood donors and soldiers from Korea in a series of broadcasts to help the District’s blood donor drive next Saturday. The broadcasts will be direct from the blood center at 1730 E street N.W. WWDC staff mem bers also will donate blood, the station announced. The station is asking listeners to make appointments to volun teer their blood on Saturday. Spiritual Basis Cited For All of Life's Good Health, happiness and security all rest on a spiritual basis, Thomas E. Hurley of Louisville, Ky., declared yesterday at a Christian Science lecture in Con stitution Hall. Mr. Hurley, who spoke under auspices of the Christian Science Churches and Society, said people are looking in the wrong direction for these things when they accept "the empty promises of material ism.” Britain Ends Summer Time LONDON, Oct. 23 (JP).—Sum mer time ended in Britain yester day. Clocks were turned back to Greenwich mean time The best painters use FOR 16 TEARS! The 9£TTii Hearing Aid fMix docto* Open Thun. Etc. Until 8 F.M. DRAKE HEARING CENTER 601 13th St. N.W. Room 223 RE. 1977 ' • • GOOD So Many Ways! .&*1 APPLES New Crops are In and Now At Their Juicy Best at SAFEWAY DELICIOUS 3,b.29‘ DELICIOUS 3,29C STAYMAN »,jq. Eastern Cooking or Easing Jm YORKS ilk2«c Eastern Cooking or Eating_|V 4n V DELICIOUS 2 35' JONATHAN » for eating or delicious pies - j b V BISQUKK For Biscuits 20 oz. 4%"WC pk* x/ Libby's CORNED BEEF 12 oz. can 45 SWIFT’NING Shortening % 95c CLEANSER 2 Hot. JCc cans P&G SOAP Laundry 2-15‘ Planters SALTED PEANUTS IVORY SOAP Large 2takn 29c R & R Boned CHICKEN Solid 6oz. Pack can m im NOB HILL at the coffee mill j Freshly roasted—freshly ground—Nob Hill Is too fresh to need a costly vacuum can. All this saves you from 5c to 10c a pound. NOW! try EDWARDS Instant COFFEE al these LOW PRICES! Sore 5c off Regular Price 78* Sort 15c off Regular Price URGE WALNUTS Hz? * 45' PASTE AEROWAX-45* RED POLISH E,,*-113° TUNA FISH -36° NOW! tiy famous UINCH BOX Sandwich Spread #9/) SPECIAL price ON PINTS Peter Pan PEANUTS Dixie 7 Vi oz. Jumbo gl. 25 IVOIV FLAKES Safe—Gentle 12Vioz. pkg. 30 IVORY SOAP Medium 3m;d- OC eke. M I iMOKED V BONELESS BUTTS Smoked lean tender pork at its best. Whole Only Somerset CARNATION MILK Evaporated SAUSAGE MEAT ARS '»■ 47e SAUSAGE LINKS JBS * 65° These prices effective until close of business Wednesday October 24, 1951, in Washington, D. 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