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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE Tubiday, January 28, 1975 Lawrence Lamb M.D. Dear Dr. Lamb I missed your column on how to save teeth. I saw where another reader wrote you to say she used a similar treatment and still had her teeth 30 years later. I need that information. Could you tell us again just what we should do about loose teeth? Dear Reader I have received more than a thou- sand letters asking for that column from people who have teeth problems." My mail suggests you are not the only one who missed it. The original column was in answer to a young man, 33 years old, who was about to lose his teeth from pyorrhea. This is a common problem ing plaque and infected material from around the base of the teeth. Your dentist will have to do this for you. If you have a lot of pockets Your horoscope lyJemDixM WEDNESDAY Yonr birthday today: around the teeth he majTeven forced to fnvnllmna nn.1 tl.tr. want to remove some of the own resources and thrive this excess tissue to eliminate the lf vou on the pockets. The dentist who does tr.f anywhere near this type of work is called a Aside from a few mis- peridontist a specialist on understandings, relationships problems of the sort that an. a" affect the tissues around the s approach and VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. The direct route is neither the quickest nor the best. Intangi- ble rewards drift in your favor. Put aside some of your formality; get closer to those who are attracted to you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. Improvise! Resolve social and family differences with a creative, experimental idea. Go along with a joke or prank. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. You've got a great deal going for you, particularly public opinion. Make definite, formal explanations of what you want and how you plan to get it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21) Make a sale or settle uu. nit, vuv. uioviucia uraL loose and pockets develop lead to bone resorption can be of your true feelings, an issue as quickly as con- between the gingiva and the a factor. The first sign of bone (April 20-May 20) ditions permit. Friends and teeth. Food resr Ihere 'SIC.ITHINK SOME WK6I.ABS HAVE STOLEN All I KNOW THEV HAVE, MAKCIE! HELPMEET OFF THIS SHORT MBS STOP 60UNCIN6, SIR! I CAN'T HELP W 7 I'M REALLY GETTING WOPPIED ABOUT TME CONDITIONS IN THE' KINGDOM teeth. There are a lot of causes for this condition, not just one. There are good animal studies showing that a calcium deficient :diet can cause the bone to absorb and lead to loose teeth, infected pockets and the whole problem. Any of solve problems unconven- tionally, have a knack for figuring out what other people think. ARIES (March 21-April Whatever you were worrying about turns out to be trivial. Take calculated risks; there are no guaranteed courses of WHY SHOULD YOU WORfJY ABOUT SUCH THINGS fOPAY 58 POCKETS AND 57QFTMEM WERE M AND LOIS in our society. The teeth get the medical disorders that follow. Bring home a teeth. Food particles ac- resorption that later affects e s room associates scatter and leave cumulate and make it im- the spine and other parts of but not much you to carry on alone. Flex rincciMo tn toon thn tooth the body (osteoporosis) is ;'me- Social outings are your muscles; get clean ups possible to keep the teeth clean. Often these pockets become infected, adding to the problem. The bone around the teeth begins to dissolve causing the teeth to loosen and finally leading to losing the teeth if the process is not stopped. I recommended, and will again, that anyone with this problem should see a dentist. The young man who wrote stated that he had seen a den- tist who had told him nothing could be done about his problem. I strongly disagree with this attitude, as I know many cases where the problem has been controlled. Most modern dentists believe a lot can be done to save teeth in this condition. The first step is a good cleaning of the teeth, remov- often loose teeth. favored, but if you're not in Dental hveiene is imoor- demand> clean UP home. venial nygiene IS impor filPMINI Jl.I.... mi. tant. That includes how you care for your gingiva. Nutri- tion is an important factor and so is smoking. The program I recommended, while your dentist is cleaning up your teeth, is to be sure you are getting plenty of calcium in your diet. That means the equivalent of at least one quart of milk a day. Also take plenty of vitamin C. Some GEMINI You have breaks and luck corning to you. Be there to benefit from them and enjoy the stir you're'causing: Even- ing celebrations should include rest. CANCER (June 21-July Go ahead with additional pro- ject based on past guidelines. With reasonable diligence, you resolve even the fine details. Sentimental moods people have marginal vitamin w> With C deficiencies that contribute "uJj all your boldness and bravado, today's circumstance catches you off base. Chances now are awkward but eventually Flashback 1547 Henry VIII died. 15M Sir Francis Drake, English sea captain.and ex- plorer, died aboard ship in the West Indies and was buried at sea. to the problem. I know of many cases where taking 1000 milligrams of vitamin C a day in addition to proper dental t care, has helped clear up this work to problem within three months. This amount is not enough to cause any harm and may help a lot. Finally, if you smoke, stop. Tobacco in any form is hard on the teeth and surrounding structures. Send your questions to Dr. Lamb, in care of this news- paper, P.O. Box 1551, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. For a copy of Dr. Lamb's booklet on balanced diet, send 50 cents to the same address and ask for the "Balanced Diet" booklet. started. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan This is one day to get away from your usual habits and take a look at yourself and where you've gone. Push plans to final stages. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Put up with trivial an- noyances without reacting. Concentrate on building your public image and establishing contacts with influential people. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Brisk movements will overcome your tendency toward laziness. Your interest rises as you follow normal routines and orderly schedules. Home life is brighter tonight. MEANWHILE, WHAT DO WE 6OT ANY EXTRA ROOM IN YOUR FREEZER WE WON'T BE GPLLECTING THE NiXT TWO WEEKS. WE'RE TAKIN6 OUR ANNUAL WINTER CRUISE. DO WITH OUR BOGS BUNNY Ask Andy i HELP YOU ACROSS THE STREET.? BLONME Goren on Bridge BY CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF Neither vulnerable. South deals. NORTH K1098 WEST EAST 432 SOUTH 410 A532 The bidding: North East I 1 3 Pass 4 9 Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass South West 1 2 Pass 3 V Pass Pass Dble. 5 4 Pass Opening lead: Queen of feated two tricks, and West would have had an excellent score had she passed quietly and taken her profit: When she tried for more than she was entitled to, South de- cided that the 4-3 fit would not play well and corrected to five clubs. West led the queen of spades and declarer, Carol Klar of Houston, was not happy with her .contract. Even if she could bring in the trump suit without loss, it seemed she would have to lose a heart and two dia- monds. She won the ace of spades, cashed the king of clubs and led a trump to the ace, and matters improved when both defenders fol- lowed. Declarer led a low diamond, and West could not resist grabbing a cheap trick with the jack. Now the de- fenders could no longer beat the contract. Declarer ruffed the spade return, cashed the ace and king of hearts and the ace of diamonds, and exited with a diamond. East was forced to nd return a spade, allowing declarer to. ruff in Greed is one of the seven deadly sins of life as well as of the bridge table. In this hand from the Women's Pair championship at the recent win ACBL Fall Nationals in San Antonio, West succumbed to dummy while discarding her it in both the bidding and heart loser. play, and allowed declarer West should have realized to bring home an "im- that it was perfectly safe to possible" contract. No game contract is a particularly happy spot for North-South, but three no underloading the king-queen trump would be the best of diamonds, this play could depends only on not cost. East could then bringing in the club suit have avoided the endplay by without loss. North might winning the queen of dia- have been better advised to monds and later unblocking venture that game than to the king of diamonds under try for four hearts with such the ace, allowing West to a weak four-card suit opposite only three-card sup- follow low on the- first dia- mond lead. Except in the un- likely event that South was port. Four hearts can be dc- LTLABNER win the third diamond with the jack and cash a heart for a one-trick set. TERMITES Andy sends a complete 20 volume set of the Merit Students Encyclopedia to Bridgett Hofton, age 10, of Huntsville, Ala., for'her question: How do termites tunnel through wood? Termites regard wood as food and also as building material. They eat and build their endless tunnels at the same time. This is odd because wood is made mostly of a tough, indigestible material called cellulose. No animal large enough to be seen can feed upon it. Even the tunneling termites cannot digest it without help. .The world of nature in- cludes a multitude of living plants and animals and all of them depend upon each other, either directly or in- directly. Termites depend upon teams of mini organisms which are too small for our eyes to see. Nor- mally, these bitsy protozoa perform their duties by break- ing up the woody remains of fallen trees. They perform this everyday miracle by changing the indigestible woody cellulose into sugary glucose. Some of these busy protozoa thrive inside the bodies of ter- mites, and the termites could not survive without them. The worker termite has sharp pincer jaws to bite off bits of wood, which she swallows. In- side her- tummy, the protozoa convert the wood to glucose, which she can digest. Hence, for the termites, digging a tunnel through a log is just as easy as sitting down to dinner. However, if the wood digesting protozoa are removed or destroyed, the termites perish. This is not likely because their tiny helpers teem throughout the nest. When the broods of young termites hatch from their eggs, they are mini copies of the adults. The workers feed them mouth to mouth. So even the babies are sure to get their share of wood digesting protozoa. Then the tiny creatures soon begin chewing wood for themselves, and they shed their skins as they grow bigger. The termite nest is shared by hundreds and perhaps thousands of workers. There is at least one egg laying queen, a king and several princes and princesses. There also is an army of soldier ter- mites to defend the family against ants and other enemies. Some people call them white ants, though termites are not related to the ants. Their nearest relatives are the cockroaches, and their ancestors were on earth at least 250 million years ago. In the modern world there are 700 different termites, and 55 of them are found in North America. Qumtioiu ukid by chil- dren of nhould malltd Is Ask Andy, P.O. Box. 765, Huntingion Btach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1973) WHERE'S THE SUSAO POP MY COFFEE p-f SUGAR'S TOOEXPEMSIVE.SO WE'RE USING A SUBSTITUTE ARCHIE Pun with figures By J. A. H. HUNTER Each distinct letter in this addition stands for a par- ticular but different digit. Maybe it was that bottle! Anyway, .the column of A's provides a real clue, so this won't be a headache for you. What do you make of the HEAD? ARCHIE, YOU'RE IN THE NEW EXPERIMENTAL CLASS ON WE FELT PRE- COLLE6E WAS NCTT TOO SOON TO TEACH YOU TO THINK. AND REASON.' HAVE TOU FOUND IT HELPS ttX> REACH A CONCLUSION IVE DECIDED TO SWITCH TO HAGAR THE HORRIBLE HAVE BEETLE BAILEY (Answer tomorrow) Yesterday's answer: Phone number 6733. ZERO, I'M TO em you A CHANCE TO PRILL THE TKOOfS TOPAV. TAtfE OVER.' TUMBLEWEEDS R4CE IB HOKAY, GORLS (NADS 6OTTO HAVE NICE FiaiRES--, ;