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December 17, 1927     Arkansas Catholic
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T that nothing is! ~ J i ban that Cathlic i ~ I~ ~ i(~~lt ~i#)~ i'" Jk A ~ A Cathollc P.p.. h . i ltholic literature I rgemayCirculation,have everyas _ti ~ Perpetual Mission.----, g which in~truet~ i ~ Pope Leo XIII. ! Strengthens and=~ - i .... i ~ . i rlstian virtues, i Nd~ j:ilI ~!! _~ -" --, c ouar&an m ev.rl, --JENEDICTUS pp., XV i ! home"--Our Motto, ! i i The Official Organ of the Diocese of Little Rock, Arkansas LITTLE ROCK,ARK.,DECEMBER 17. 1927 14 To A Star -:- . -:- + Y~ATHAL CANTY of olden times has lost enlightened age. Even elling" is taboo. has now gTaduated into become either palm- araerology, or astrology, all calculated r,o make the is getting something. Y. into astrology came a young friend who that it was not a form lling, but was based up- Study of the stars and ~n to human activity. She that after my first visit Armed, there- name and my own in- I telephoned for and ~n appointment with the as- Ushered into her living:- the feeling that I was the model rooms I expensive department replicas of American faultlessly arranged in right places; and there a single one of those that give a room the of its owner. The con- ross the hall and gossamery in geor- followed by a stiff- astrologist her- as her room seemed to bodily out of the it of an exclu- she herself might have of the show window of an establishment and business-like, she girl and called to me. to a small room, across of which was a ma- d with astrologi- The starched lady s.at me, placing a large, on a small table be- ~kneSs that was inspir- day, she i.mmediately in hand. After the hour and date quickly covei'ed one numerals, circles. ~l figures. She that she was arrang- s as they had,been at of my debut into a few adroit ques- the facts of my early .ts, brothers and sis- informed me, coin- -----~--~_~__--~ I guying vs. Earning Health ]s one of the thing~ rich land poor alike desire Mr. Rocke- feller as well as his chauffeur. Miss Mary Spencer, nationally known health specialist, makes sonic very wise remarks regarding health. "The philosoplw underlying the 'buying' of health is all wrong," she declares. "Health cannot be bought in bottles or boxes or pink pills; it cannot be bought through blue-light treatments nor from naturopatKs or chiropractors; it does not come through carrying a kidney-bean in one's pocket or wearing camphor about the neck; it is not acquired through adopting the hot water fad or the raw vegetable fad or any other health fad. Health (like happi- ness and friendship and all the better things of life. cannot be boughtit must be earned. Health is earned as a byproduct of sane living. If one start~ouD with a good mind and a good body, or, if the necessary cor- rective work has been done to insure a good body, there is no reason why we should not maintain good health through adequate attention to diet, exercise, rest, recreation, cleanliness, out-door life, ventilation and exercise of the necessary precautions against the contraction of communicable dis- eases. "It means that, often, the ambi- tious must give up something of work for diversion and play, for friendships and normal social life; that the book- ish mvst forsake the latest best-seller occasionally for the out,-of-doors to the courts, the links, seashore or just everyday open road ahead; that the adolescent and those who are beyond those years but who worry with adol- escent fears about the extra p'ound or two, must eat perhaps more wisely instead of starving; that the worrier must do the best he can and forget, and that all must