Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 29, 1968 · Page 13
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 13

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Frtrarr », INI IMAILBAO hardening of the of the bfaifl fun in What are the grig f Would a blood indicate this kind of A-4laf deflifig of the artef ies Inns ift families only to the ktcnt that long life funs ift family. It is usually a eralteed process, so the first sign is often "pipe stem" arteries in the wrists or the nooeaf aficfi of calcification in he arteries on an X*ray film. n artery, even with advanced hardening* causes no symptoms as long as it is function- ift* When the opening in the •diseased vessel in the brain •becomes so narrow that the Ibis,*! can't flow through read* lily or when a brittle artery be- I comes plugged with a blood Iclot or breaks, the victim has I symptoms that may be mild I (little stroke) or severe (apoplexy). The nature of the symptoms varies widely, depending on the severity and the part of the brain affected. A blood count would not be helpful in establishing the ! diagnosis of arterial brain damage. Q-*Wfi8i is the dllfetefiet bslweefi coftcussioti of the braift and a eewtjtat hemorrhage? can a daetof ten the difference without X fays? , A«A h««vy t>tow ofi the head (concussion) may cause some crushing of bfata tissue, hemorrhage or a skull fracture, tn the milder cases, with no hemorrhage or fracture, the victim may lose consciousness for only a few seconds. On coming to, he may feel f me and go on about his business. This is dangerous because after a few hours he may lose consciousness again, fall and incur a more severe il j H fy> ,,, This is bemuse the brain, like any other tissue, swells ft R owin g an ltt iury but, since within the skull the room for expansion is very limited, ths e swelling may interfere with the brain's blood supply Such a person should remain quiet for several hours. A person may have a cere- •!i J? em orrhage associated with his concussion or from a stroke or a gunshot wound. A 4, „ depends on the patient's history and physical findings rather than an x ray to make the diagnosis unless a skull fracture is suspected. Q-I am taking Vasodilan and Dilantin for poor circulation in the brain. Could these drugs cause drowsiness? A— These drugs would be more likely to have the opposite effect. Your drowsiness may be a result of your circulatory disease. [nttrptiu Atsn.) Mrt (MR) STMf nWU Ijf tiffin rHI TMrfHH at low budaet prices i^w -^ I.*****.I.. /.. I I *••«••**•*( -;SA*BtmJl : W • BACON WILSON THICK SLICED $119 Agricultural l*t«niler» itrvlu (Man N»,667G06» «vell*M« af ytur C»uMy4«l*««l«n Oflli*. 2 LBS. 1 FRESH LEAN rloin Steak Pltate stnd jrsi/r questions end comment! to Woyne G. Brondstodl, M.D., in core of ihit paper. While Dr. Bronditadt cannot answer Individual Ittttn, ht will answer letttrt of genera/ interest in future columnt. First "Tap«" In 1862, during the Civil War, Gen. McClellan had his headquarters at Berkeley, then called Harrison's Landing, Va., and it was here that summer, that Gen. Butterfield composed "Taps." Sl/PCt M4MC7 0M 7-4591 FrM DWfvwy Here Is a house plan tor a Comfortable, three-bedroom house with two baths and medium- large rooms, It will provide your family with plenty of room tor Informal living In the combination kitchen-family room which opens into the carport. The carport Is shown for a single unit, but the roof could easily be extended to make a double carport. With the car or ctrs left in th« driveway, this covered area will be Ideal tor outdoor activities. The central conditioning system and the water heater should be located in an outside storag* area. This location will make it easier to service the equipment. There- is also storage space for lawn equipment and other items. The formal living room maybe entered from either the foyer or the family room. The two bathrooms are designed back to back to save plumbing costs,. The laundry equipment FOLGERS Coffee 1 LB. 3 LB. PRIDE -OF- ILLINOIS Corn Bread LARGE 20 OZ. LOAVES BRIGHT -STAR Flour LB. BAG FIRE-SIDE Crackers 2 &491 Scot Tissue 2 ROLLS 25P NO-I.RED Potatoes 10* 39' MIDWEST Mellorine CARTON Candy & Gum 0 BARS I UP FROSTTY-ACRES FROZEN ttrawberriesi 4" StiSs J^® GODCHAUX Sugar lQLBsl.15 NORTHERN PACKAGE TALL CANS RED-SEAL HUNT'S Peaches PLAIN chili I 3 TALL i nn CANS I.UU 2'/ 2 CANS 00 is located in the bedroom area, Just outside the central bath. It opens into a "working" hall four feet wide. Automatic laundry equipment makes this location practical and most efficient. The main bathroom is compart* merited to double Us usefulness. The front compartment contains a wash bowl, dressing table and a wheeled laundry cart, as well as two closets. Each of the three bedrooms is of a comfortable site and hag extra large closets. If you would like to study this house plan, call or write the Hempstead County Extension Office and request Extension Plan No. 651606. The Negro Community By Ester Hicks Phone PR7-4678 or 4474 THOUGHT FOR THE DAY Every man is a volume if you know how to road hlm.-Channlng. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Spiritual Five singers of Bluff City, Arkansas will sing at the Antioch Baptist Church Sunday March 3, 1968, at 7:30 P.m. Mrs. Laretha Williams,; Sponsor. v « *-. »•, *", *t V! /-F'vttWto* Order of the Eastern Star Zoran Chapter No. 4 will hold their meeting at 6 p.m. Friday, March 1. We are asking all members to please be present. SIMPSON-LOWE VOWS EXCHANGED Mrs. Lucille Simpson of Hope, announces the marriage of her daughter, Judy Kay to Ralph Lowe, son of Mr. Marvin Lowe and the late Mrs. Lowe. The couple exchanged vows February 10, '1968, in San Pedro, California. The only attendants wore Mrs. Sandra Lowe, and Cpl. James E. McFadden, sister and cousin of the bride. The newlyweds are at horn* In San Pedro. Scot Towels 3 LARGE 4 JUMBO 1 ROLLS I- 302, BOX SUNKIST CALF-NAVEL Oranges PARKAY LB, NICE 4 LEAN Ground Beef .49' !*|CE 4 LEAN Club Steaks 69' LARGE- CALFORNIA Lettuce GOLDEN YELLOW Bananas .* DOZEN LARGE NO-l-GRADE SLAB SLICED Bacon . 59' WHOLE HOG GOOD-TENDER Sirloin Steal LB. f Cf Hams WHOLE OR HALF •mV LB, LEAN LBS. Ground Beef COTTON BOWL Bologna FRESH CUT OUT Neck Bones 3 ,1.49 Stew Meat HEAVY SMOKED 3 LBS. 1.00 Ham Hocks C t\rA SUMMER 5 95v Sausage BRISKET 3, 95(i 4.J.OO 1.39 STICK Good Leon Pork Chops Baby Beef Chuck Roast Lb, 491 Baby Beef Rib Steak , 69C Old Fashion Hoop Cheese i^ **' Carrots B AN AN AS GoldenYellow LEnycE RED POTATOES TEXAS ORANGES 19£ Lemons 10 i.j?-?i>. ,-'-.r'T" -- W>** Head 10 Lb Bag DOZ 491 Cello Bag Ooz. 391 KRAFT APPLE GRAPE- APPLE STRAWBERRY- APPLE BLACKBERRY- APPLE RASBERRY Jelly 4 1802. tfl Glasses 4l I Pride Of Illinois Golden Cream Style Corn Del Monte Cut String Beans Trellis Eng. Peas 6 303 (1 Cans 4> I unts Peaches Large fOO 2/ 2 Size Cans M Large White Eggs 39C Doz. Oelsey Bathroom Tissue U Rolls 4> I Midwest Mellorine Royal Red Tomatoes 4 303 QQfi Cans 03V Maxwell House Coffee Lb. Can 69C Cleanser Babo Maxwell House Inst. Coffee Mussel Man's Apple Sauce -; Cand Snowdrift Shortening - Smooth Sailing - Topstar - Payday Butternut And Milk Shake Big Top Peanut Butter Miracle Whip Salad Dressing 49C a Vleto^mes? woman carries from her Saigou home Crisco Oil 49C iottle Wi OiLIVIR PHONE 7*4404 11TS, MAIN ST. HOPS, ARK,

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