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When Spring arrives at San Remo, Italy. Colorfully cos
tumed peasant lads and lassies on one of the novel floats that
featured the annual Spring carnival there. © underwood & underwood.
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Miss Jean Culvern of Ker
shaw, S. C., who has won first
place honors for the beauty sec
tion of “Taps,” the Clemson
College year book.
© AsMcl.ted Press Photo
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Note this Splendid Metal Casket shown above. Lined
with Silk Louisine. Made of Armco Ingot Steel. The latest
in Burial Cases. With a Complete Funeral—as low as $295.
Remember, the Old Time Undertaker charges up to
$500.00 for the same thing. Chambers gives all for the one
price, including the Free Use of Chapels, Cars and All. There
Is Nothing Else to Pay For.
W* Claim We Produce the Finest
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Celebrating a century of
Greek independence. Offi
cers of the Grecian Army
dressed in costumes of an
other day for the centennial
© Associated Press Photo.
THE SUNDAY STAR. WASHINGTON’. U. C.-GRAVURE SECTIOX-APRIL 27, 1930
r \jeacher of half the D octors of I^^urope
... he recommends
yeast for \
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GERsMANY’S most beloved medical figure
—Geheimrat Dr. Friedrich Kraus, Pro- tL*
fessor Emeritus of the University of Berlin!
Half the great doctors of F’urope, it is said,
have studied under Dr. Kraus. For 20 years
he headed Germany’s most important clinic. f
For three great health troubles—constipation ' -,-r^
and disorders of digestion and the skin—Dr.
Kraus urges the remarkable/oo</, fresh yeast. WW ** '
“Until recently,” he says, “few people Jg.
realized that constipation is injurious to the iBB?S? :
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forming pills often were depended on. Little jk jfkk
was done to correct the cause of the condition. B
“Yeast stimulates the intestines to normal, ,^B
healthy Regular iH
Normal digestion is restored. Skin disorders S * /", ’‘.J " '*
such as pimples anil boils are combated.” Jf ■
hollow this great physician’s advice ! Every
day eat 3 cakes of Fleischmann’s Yeast. Each
cake is rich in two precious vitamins—Band I).
At grocers’, restaurants, soda fountains. —«
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doctor was consulted he said he thought yeast
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Chou risi, Professor of Medical Pathology at the * shoulders! writes Clifton Prince 0/
University of Rome, "Yeast invaluable treating Worcester, Mass. “I was the most miserable ffwg j
disturbances of the intestines, of digestion and of the skin.” person alive . . . Seeing a cake of yeast » y 'JsuF/
under a microscope convinced me. It was
I)r. Pall Terser, noted internal specialist, says, "the ere- full of living yeast plants! I started to eat
anon of the sunshine' vitamin O by irradiating yeast should it and the result was miraculous. Since th-n
)>e a boon to millions who are indoors most of the dav. Vitamin all my family have eaten it. A doctor advised
O builds hard Ixines and teeth and helps keep them strong. it for my grandchild. My son eats it as a
Because of its richness in vitamin I) anil vitamin B, yeast is a laxative and tonic.”
source of renewing energy and endurance.”
O i#JO. Standard Brand* Incorporated
Ftrischmann’s Nran (with the familiar yellow label) is thr only veast that contains "sunshine vitamin "
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l Amphibian gliders appear on
the coast. Here is one of the
new “sky floaters” taking off
near San Diego, Calif.
© Associated Press Photo.
111 say It's Good
\ OU’VE never tasted the equal
of Monocacy Valley Sugar Corn.
It’s the cream of the crop —sweet,
juicy, tender corn packed fresh
from the stalk. Famous for its deli*
cious corn - on-the-cob flavor! Try
this better corn today. Ask your
dealer for it bv name (pronounced
MO-NOCKA-CV). The Monocacy
Valley Canning Co., Frederick, Md.
* Tested and approved by
Qood Housekeeping Institute
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Consult Gude Bros. Co. about the flowers for the
' bride and the decorations for the home or church. 121?
F St., 1102 Conn. Ave„ 3103 14th, 5016 Conn. Ave.