The Times Record from Troy, New York on November 23, 1955 · Page 22
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THE TIMES RECORD, TROY, N. Y., WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 23, 1S55 Mohammed Ali Favors American Way New York (INS)--When Mohammed Ali was Prime Minister ·f Pakistan he switched traffic from the left side of the r»ad to the right, in the American style, §nd used the word "flilibuster" in a parliamentary debate. "Filibuster!" snorted his opponents, after looking it up in the dictionary, "he'll be introducing chewing ,gum next." But Mohammed AH, now back tor his second tour of duty as am. bassador to the United States and delegate to the United Nations, makes no excuses for being pro- American. "Old-fashioned diplomacy doesn't pay dividends any more," he told International News Service. "American-style frankness and outspokeness is taking its place." Then he described an American political convention he once attended for the benefit of slim, beautiful second wife, Aliya Saadi. As a Moslem, Mohammed Ali may have more than one wife, but his quiet marriage recently, to Aliya, formerly his social secretary, stirred up a storm of controversy in Pakistan where the ancient custom of polygamy now is under attack. Mohammed All quietly ex plained that a Moslem prefers about it?" he asked, "I hope'not; polygamy to the Western custom of divorce, since it allows the first wife to maintain her status cuss it." and dignity. tacked." Now that he has explained the matter, the ambassador hopes it won't be raised again; especially in Washington. 'Will Americans ask questions I hope it won't be mentioned There is really no reason to dis- Aliya will be his. official host"Because I respected my first ess at the Pakistan Embassy in wife," he said, "I have been at- Washington. Mohammed Ali's first wife, Hamida, is in London to visit their sons at Marlborough College. Aliya has lived in Can- ada and visited the United States before. The ambassador loves to talk about the United States, which he admires, and in even a briel interview his conversation can range over such varied subjects f o r e i g n policy, television, American political customs, race relations, the philosophy of success and. photography, which appears to be one'Of his hobbies. During his firt turn of duty as Pakistan's ambassador to the United States he visited in 44 very good thing because it kMpn states. In keeping with his be-jthc people i'lformed. The only lief in outspokeness, he offers his opinions freely. On U.S. political conventions: "When I got back to Pakistan that was one of the things I was interviewed about. I think all the danger 1 see is that tome people tend to play up to the tuncn." On Pakistan foreign policy: "There will be no change in our policy in our cooperation with "KITTEN FLANNEL" SPORT SHIRT - - . . . $5 A finely made Manhattan shirt of super-soft, washable/ "Kitten Flannel." Various plaid treatments and a whole raft of sol id'shades. Certain to please a man! Wells t Coverly WONDER-WASHING ORLON SWEATERS . - $8.95 Magic Orion that feels like cashmere . . . washes like a charm . . . won't sag, stretch or shrink. Wonderful array of colors! Orl.n Orion CMt $MS Swnlir ... Wells I. Coverly MANHATTAN COTTON PAJAMAS - - $3.95 A great selection of masculine strip- Ingi in a good broadcloth. Cut ond put together for a man's blissful c o m f o r t during the nights after Christmas! Wells I Covert) noise and the excitement is a the free world, even though there good thing; it is sort of a politi-ihave been changes in Pakistan, cal safety valve." | Tne new pr j mc minister was as- l-'ted with me in workin, ou gallons on television, it is », the policy of cooperation." Wells Coverly * Men's Wear Specialists KENROYD CRICKET FLANNELS Soft, supple West End CM c k c t Flonnel . . . very good to the touch . . .and to the eye. Tailored by KENROYD, who if generally regarded as Artierica's top tailor in the medium price brocket. Presented In.the most-wanted coloringi . . . and in trie most- Wanted shades. 65 CLIPPER CRAFT FLANNELS A man who chooses to pay around $50 for a Flannel suit . . . will do his purse and person a fovor by choosing C I I p p t r Craft! They hove style, a good brand of tailoring, and sturdy, pliont fabrics. And you get the PLUS value of Wells Coverly ·ervices . . . Including our ikllled FITTING SERVICEI F L A N N £ L S U I T S mm! ALL WOOL MELTON SURCOAT - - $25 One of the best fitting, best Jooking jackets that a man could receive . .. (and one of the best BUYS!) Rugged Melton with light, warm Flufflit* lining. A good choice of colors. Wells Coverly WARM PIG PALM GLOVES , - $3.95 A soft, nice feeling mixture of Wool ond Raccoon. The pig palms will give him a good grip on the steering wheel! A top glove buy! Wells t Coverly WELLS COVERLY ALL WOOL OR VICARA ROBES - . - $15.95 Soft, washable, marvelous Vicara ... or warm pure Wool . . . both ar« tremendous robe values! P l a i d s , solid shades and combination effects . . . RIGHT to a man's tast«! Wells ft Coverly

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