Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 14, 1960 · Page 12
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 12

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 14, 1960
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4 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, December 14, 1960 AKTHRms CALLED NATION'S CRIPPLER Arthritis, known as the nation's number one crippler, affects almost Kverj- family. Therefore it's important that you know some facts about this disease, says the Iowa •State Department of Health. There are two main types of arthritis: rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Rhuematoid arthritis is a generalized disease of the entire body that produces inflammation of the joints. In its most cnnimon form it is slowly progres to complete crippling and invalidism. The course it takes depends on the aature of the arthritic condition and the sufferer's own constitution. The proper care of arthritis requires that the doctor treat the whole patient, not just his rheumatic twinges. Quack remedies can be dangerous, and often cost the patient exorbitant fees. The doctor will help the patient get into the best possible state of health, while he gives special attention to inflamed joints. The treatment of osteoarthritis often leading to crippling* It! is long and often discouraging, but more often affects younger adults, usually appearing before the age of forty. Osteoarthritis is more often iound in older persons. It is a form of arthritis which attacks the bone and cartilage in the joint, usually attacking those joints that undergo the greatest wear and tear. Arthritis is a condition that may -appear from time to time in one's life as a mild or occasional discomfort, or may press on relentlessly strict adherence to the doctor's plan of treatment is the only way benefit can be expected. The doctor can do much to lesson discomfort and retard the progress of the inflammation, with the solid cooperation of the patient and the family. The USS Enterprise, christened September 24th, 1960, is the world's largest ship on the first nuclear- powered aircraft carrier. DEKALB'S CORN CROP REPORT MAP—1960 (Based on reports of observers of the DeKalb Agricultural Ass n , Inc.) able ed The 1960 corn crop which started out slowl to ripen quite fully in a long, warm fall. Before f nearly everywhere. At harvest, the cprn crop sliowcu an ^ffie "conclitioii of the crop improve was no single large area of drouth damage such as of en OLCI II*. I cto m ut unt| , ]t steadily from the time of the first U. S. D. A. estimate of *07 Jiillio' »™ ^ lllctiol wcrc Ohio, In- reached the 4J4 billion mark in October States with muc h above avc ag V°\ ]t , r , corBia a ,ul_ (liana. Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Michigan and South Dakota , t it co , uc . Xorth Carolina in the south. Iowa and Illinois, which produced Jj ot the tion slightly above average, with Iowa leading on total bushels. BRIGHT GIFT State News Letter- (Continued From Page One) ware and $1,102 for Mississippi; Iowa ranked 28th. Staley Rc-Eleotcd. Orcn Lee Staley of Rea, Missouri, has been re-elected president of the National Farmers Organization (NFO). The action was taken at (he NFO's annual convention held in Des Moines. The NFO also reaffirmed its plans for an all-out holding act on by July 1 of next year to force processors to the bargaining table. Staley said this would be a "no- buy no-sell" campaign; in other words said Staley, farmers not only would withhold thelt 1 from the market but \ to buy processors who i lective bargaining (or, .Staley also nmiounccjl is gaining strength In \, areas. He disclosed (he Farming Bargaining which has a member^ proximately 2,000 milk is coming into the NFO. the National Dairy As< cated mainly in Wisci ing the NFO. The N Association has about 20,000. men-M On November loth it! S. Marine Corps «u 185th Birthday. * Light up his Christmas with the crisp colors and sparkling patterns of some of these handsome sport shirts. From $2.98 i n inn it 11 in mm i II ii ii i nut OPEN NIGHTS — December 16,17,19, 20, 21, 22, 23 . WI*HtMMtlllllllllllllMlttlMtlllllMHIIIMIIlIIIIIIIII(MltMIIIIIMIIIIt|lll|IUMpltIllllllllllltllUlllllliniMMIIIItM Anderson's Clothing 'On the Corner" Phone 86 4-3313 Postville, Iowa NEEDS FOR 11-13 YEAR OLDS TOLD &Wbe*L Idea/ CARDIGAN SWEATER Your favorite man will thank you. warmly for this handsome cardigan sweater with contrast trim at low V- neck, cuffs and pockets. ALSO— Slipovers with Shawl Collars or Boat Neck Styles $995 10 $]5<>o Wide choice of Color combinations OPEN NIGHTS — December 16,17,19, 20, 21, 22, 23 { The needs, concerns, activities, interests, and organizational memberships of 11 to 13 year old boys are revealed in a preliminary report received by the Northeast Iowa Council, Boy Scouts of America from the national office of the organization. Scout Executive Thomas W. Mooney ll of the local council told of some of the findings today. The study wa srecently completed for the Boy Scouts of America by the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan. The findings are based upon individual interviews conducted by trained adult interviewers with 1,435 (11-13 year old boys) selected from all over the United States by prob ability sampling methods. The Boy Scouts of America sought to learn all it could through this process. This a companion study to one conducted for them by the same research organization five years ago dealing with 14, 15 and 16 year old boys. These are in a sense the ""summit years" of being a boy. They are generally full of activity and fun and come just before the tensions and complexities of adolesence. Some of the study's findings? Forty-one per cent do not belong to any organized club or group such as the Boy Scouts, Y. M. C. A., Church, or school clubs. Fifty-six per cent do not belong to any kind of organized athletic team or program. These living in big cities and rural areas are least likely to belong to club groups. Those who live in small cities are those most likely to belong to club groups. Among the boys interviewed, 25 per cent are Boy Scouts. Eighteen per cent belong to school clubs, eighteen per cent to church clubs, and four per cent to clubs other than these. Activities for their own sake and experimentation with new activities are clearly strong needs for this age. I Out of 38 typical activities listed, less than 50 per cent of the boys have experienced only 11 of the activities. Among allvwho participated, the level of expressed enjoyment is exceedingly high. Only gardening drops below 80 per cent and that to only 70 per cent. Forty-four per cent belong to national activity clubs including the Boy Scouts. Even for those activities actually experienced by very few 11-13 year olds, such as water skiing (9 per cent), sailing (12 per cent), and skin diving (13 per cent), the proportion who have participated and liked the activity plus those who think they would like it (if they had a chance) brings water skiing to 64 per cent, sailing to 71 per cent, and skin diving to 65 per cent. Sixty-five per cent are concerned or worry about achievement, about "passing" or making the grade This is true despite the fact ways of earning some money—not allowance—in or outside of family, but for 70 per cent of these, this requires six or less hours per week. As they dream about their future adult occupation?, one sees more clearly the extent of unreality in their expectations. Sixty-three per cent plan (now) to be professional men, with engineers, doctors, and scientists leading the parade; twelve per cent to be professional athletes and players; five per cent plan to be business men. They are deeply dependent upon their families. When they grow up. 53 per cent desire to be like some relative or member of their immediate family. Thirty-four per cent pick their own father as the image; twelve per cent pick sports. TV. or movie stars, and nine per cent pick popular heroes. sixty-six per cent of them spend less than one hour per day on homework. In contrast, 90 per cent of them spend one hour or more per day watching television and 41 per cent confess to three or more hours at the TV set. Fifty-four per cent h„vo some Workers applying for social security disability insurance benefits must provide medical evidence to support their claim. The physician, hospital or institution where you were treated can fill out the necessary medical report for you. Your social security district office will provide you with the medical re- thatiP° rt form - The United States Marine Band the oldest military band in the country, played its first official concert on March 4th, 1801 at the inauguration of President Thomas Jefferson. There is nothing like wool for light weight 41 weather protection. The CRUISER cuddles cltj keeps you warm and snug — yet it gracel allows for movement in the active man . ..Oil large swing and one small inside pocket . ,,si'| lined 100% wool. Sizes 34 to 48. Brown or Grey Regular or Long lllirillllltlllllllllllllulM>llllllllllllllllllllltlllIMIIlllll1IIIIIHMIIIIIMIIIIIUM<lllllillrlliilliii OPEN NIGHTS — December 16,17, 19, 20, 21, 22,1 4IlllllillllllllllUIIIMlltllllllllllltlllllllMllllfltIIIIItlll1llll1MIIIIIlllllMIIIIIIIIM1lllllinllllll V » w s B a s * S s? 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He gets the CHAMP HAT of his own choosing . . . and you get his genuine appreciation! $9.95 OPEN NIGHTS — December 16,17,19, 20, 21, 22, 23 Anderson's Clothing "On the Corner" Phone 86 4-3313 Postville, Iowa DECTON — By — ARROW Truly Wash and Wear Convertible Cuff Wear Buttoned or with Cuff Links # 65% Dacron - 35% Cott|| % Chip-Proof Buttons - Won! Come Off. We ran out of sizes last week but have i| shipment. All sizes available. Sleeves Neck — - 32 to 35 14y 2 to 17 *6. 95 Also ARROW W & W at m lltlllllllllll|lll||lllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIItllllllllllll«»*<" ,,lltll> "' OPEN NIGHTS — December 16,17,19, 20, 21,' """"""""" , """»» ",,,,.,.,,,,,.,,. iiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiitiiitiitii ,,,111111111"""* And Phone 86 4-3313 erson s "On the Corner Clothii Postvill*'

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