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Because of the world
wide shortage of fats and oils, most butchers j^now pay much more j than last year! You can help, and help yourself. ι Keep Tinning in mm fats! ADVERTISEMENT. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Η·1ρ 15 MU·· of Kidney Tub·· I Flush Out Poisonous Wast· If you have an e*c»ss of vMi in you? blood, your IS miles of kidney tabes mey be overworked. These tiny filter· and tube· are Working day and night to help Nature rid your system of excess acids and poisonous Vaste. When disorder of kidney function permits rlsonoui matter to remain in Tour blood, may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy. ε ting up nights, swelling, puffiness under eyes, headaches and dizziness. Kidneys may need help the same as how Sis, so ask your druggist for Doan's Pills, a Stimulant diuretic, used successfully by mil lions for over 60 years. Doan's give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from your Wood. Get Doan's Pills. Chance to Reach Top In Professions Slim, Western Seniors Told Seniors at Western High School! learned during their first "career j day" at the school yesterday that itj 1s not easy to get to the top in any 1 profession and that 75 per cent off theni will end up in jobs not usually considered "white collar" jobs. The day's counseling, which saw 18 top men from the business, pro fessional and industrial world speak, started with a noon assembly at which Dr. Harry A. Jaeger, chief of occupational information and! guidance service. United States Of fice of Education, did his best to. prove that it was hard to become a millionaire. "Don't make the mistake that the proper choice of a vocation always has to do with the money you may earn," he said. "It Is astonishing what people can live on and be happy." Figures Cited. He then cited figures to* prove his point. He said that only one out of every 35 persons could earn his living in the so-called professions— medicine, law, science. "All the others, 70 to 75 per cent, enter jobs for which mere is no previous training needed," he said. He told the 200 seniors not to lose the idealism that most young people have. He advised those who had a feeling that they should serve people to enter the nursing or teaching profession. To the girls, he said home-making is something to consider seriously. "It's quite a job to keep a husband happy," he said. Aioer Hearing υ ι. tiucgei, me seniors split into groups to hear leaders in various fields tell about specific job possibilities. Aviation Not Easy. For example Dr. Frederick B. Tut tle of the Civil Aeronautics Admin istration told them jobs in the avia tion field are not as easy as pop ularly supposed. Dr. Tuttle said their chances of becoming airline pilots are practically nil. In the psychology field Dr. Dael Wolfle, editor of the American Psy chologist, surprised the interested seniors by pointing out the best field for psychologists is in the teaching profession. ' Each conference was conducted by a student who handled ques-; tions directed to the speaker. Recreation to Be Topic Of Falls Church PTA The Falls Church Parent-Teacher j Association will meet at 8 o'clock,1 daylight-saving time, tonight in Madison School to discuss the sum mer recreation program. Speakers will be Paul Hahn, direc tor of the Falls Church recreation program; Mrs. Lee Johnson, PTA recreation chairman, and Mrs. R. A. Osborne, chairman of the Fairfax County Recreation Association. OPEN EVERY DAY, NOON TO 9 P.M. UNRESTRICTED PARKING A FINE SETTING FOR LADIES' BRIDGE LUNCHEONS Dlst. 9256 , FOR COUNTRY DINING NOR MANDY FARM, NEAR PO· TOM AC, MD. Wl. 9421. On the Potomac at f mjGS_ ^*mT*^^"*""^SBBSSSSSS3S^^S3EB CLEANED REPAIRED " *»« ED ST ORE Prompt and Satisfactory Service Guaranteed Glue Sizing and Full Insurance *,!α·ι on All Rugs Free υ.-. Protection on 4 SITAFY ' and RUG CLf "When ACID INDIGESTION comes, I say 'Beat it!' with TUNIS" •ays Capt. John J. Ayr·* of Hit Ridgowood, N. J. Folic· *7 eat coffee and cukt, caff et and « tandwich, coffee and doughnuts," tars Copt. Ayres. "And when acid inai gestion starts trouble, I Just slip «ne or tu* Turns in my mouth, and get great relief. . .fast!" When acid indigestion comes your way, get almost instant relief with Turns! Just slip one or two tasty Turns in your mouth. Nothing fast er, nothing surer. Turns neutralize excess acia double-quick! Sweetea louf stomach—breath and mouth, too. Relieve distressing gas, heart burn end that bloated feeling. And when upset acid stomach won't let you get to sleep, don't count sheep —count on Turns for a good night's rest. No soda in Turns—no raw, harsh alkali—so Turns won't over alkalize and irritate your delicate •tomach. Sever overmlkalize—always neutralize excess acidity with Turns! Get Turns today—genuine Turns for the tummy! 10* HnnAi IaK nwiwy kvii 3-rell ^ock«9«r · ^uortor ivicywfcifi Litton te Turn»' "DAT! 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