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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THt IETHBRIDGI HESAtO V Turidny, Mnrch 28, 1971 MAIUIl Vinir hirlhdav unljn: is a of jux-alor finiraui1 am! Broader simlily. Kffmls M si' provemom MH'.vod not By JEAN6 DIXON skins with unfi'miliar e o p 1 e and lions, efforts lo force improve- day C.U'llll'OHN (Dec. 22 .Ian. 101: Your life pattern proceeds, ,ilh no great option for change For fxpansive projects on equipment. VisiWe'backers. SAC.I'ITAIIIVS (Nov. CANCKIS (.lime 21 July 321: i 2ij: The inevitable reaction to Be consistent in your own long. I today's influences is to sav ratine programs. Defer refinan- cing efforts. Cater to the foibles of peojile you like. LKO (July Aug. Since nolxdy is at liis best to- into i day. make allowances, how tie- 1 gixxl a performance you can get from yowseU. Tend your OTII ca- tietxis. give otliers a break, and or save some expense. April VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept. 221: 1 oL-.ier o( watching ought to come ;i; a i o n first under soniouhal confusing i I circumstances. if there is not a clear choice. L1BIIA (Sept. 23 Oct. 221: You learn what is real and what isn't in business or career cf. forts. Home life also meets whatever limitations sroni'10 (Oct. Nov. A few good questions can get yon endless circular discussions bother? Deal cauliously inelUs. AtlUAUHJS (Jan. 21) Feb. IS i: The slory you hear may involve factors link n o w n to your source.s. Check it ail out before vou ad. Evening should something a bit too brash, and lie misunderstood. Ask your. durations tomorrow or tlic next I bring second thoughts. 1 I'ISCKS 19 Marcll 201: You will sec that your caution is a good idea. Rome serious ideas need further development, get busy and think UKETOTHINK) UlHat 1 TUMBlEWEEDS-By Tom K. Ryan WC.AUSB ITS NOT INPIAN THATS WHV N'OTJ IT'S ALSO NOT KOSHER, CRICKET OR COUTH I! Organic gardening Andy scntls n complete 22- vulume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Jamie Anne Dcffaff, age 10, of Spokane, for her question: What is (he purpose of organic LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. for Dour Dr. I.LI ml) 1 am suf- apparently healthy men, It is femng from rheumatoid spondy- easy lo litis. I am a male, years victims and have been suffering with this for almost two years. I am in constant discomfort, 1 thought this affliction was ways of the bone joints, but understand why are often accused People started talking about organic gardening just a few years ago. We learned tliat il has two'purposes, both 'hem pleasant. One. it helps the pa- tient earth to control our messy pollution. Two, it gives us healthier vegetables that taste extra good. The word organic can be mysterious because it has several different meanings. In this case, it means nature's way of growing living plants, ttrasc i The idea seems very up-to-date because most of us only just NO, VOU MAY NOT WBAR THEM INTO RATTLE ANP THAT'S FINAU of IILVJJI vi jinn. malingering when they urst about u But complain of their illness. Since this strikes the age group that is commonly involved in mili- tary duty, it is a persistent experience a lot of muscular I problem in the armed services, soreness, especially through lit is difficult to tell whether the shoulders. My spine hurts'" the entire length, reaching my left hip joint. The pain in the spine is most evident when I arch my back or twist the tody trunk. I do exercises ar.d Ihis back pain is cine to anxiety, emotional stress and other fac- tors, or wrrthcr it is really the beginning of rheumatoid spon- dylitis. Later x-ray changes are seen seems lo keep me Umber, but j in the joints between the sacral over exercising will make me feel worse in the long rim. The physician has me on med- ication and this seems to help the inflammed hot feeling in my back but it tends (o make me constantly tired and without energy. He says he will put me on cortisone if I want to try it, but hasn't pushed the medica- tion, and I haven't tried it, you please explain what this arthritis i.s and what meth- ods are available for treatment. Am I doomed at this early agei type you complain of is a com- portion of the lower spine and the iliac portion of the pelvis bone, hence it is referred to as sacroiliac artliritis. It can and docs cause trou- ble along the entire spine. At first Uie pain may be restricted to tJie low back nrd the hip, but as time goes on it is common for it to involve the rest of the hcgan long before people gave it the name organic gardening. Ages ago. our ancestors wero wandering hunters. The first ones settled down to mako a living were farmers and gar- deners. They worked'very hard to till the soil and sow Iheir seeds, lo save their crops from droughts and deluges. In spite of the hardships, they knew that the earth was their long-term friend. And they strived to work in partnership with nature, learning by trial and error. They didn't know it. but actual- ly they were the first organic gardeners. Gradually, they learned about the seasons and cycles of na- ture, They recycled their waste materials to fertilize their that the soil However, we soon learned that at least some of those cun- r, r.g chemicals ivere dci.dA' dangerous. DDT and its rela- tives polluted the world and threatened every living crea- ture. Meantime, the soil grew hungry for its favorite old fer- tilizers. These natural wastes were piling up or being dump- ed, creating more poilut i o n problems. This is when sensible people started talking about or- ganic gardening. It. with na- ture, recycles our wasles and rewards us with better vege- tables. You can get in on this mod ern organic gardening, even vou have only a flower pot or a w'indow box. Make sure there are no phoney fertilizers in your patch of soil. Refuse to use chemical short cuts to shoo away enemy bugs. Study what each kind of vegetable and copy nature's ways to help it to do its best. Questions cniWiRn of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 755, Huntlngton Beacn, California (Copyright Chronicle) Publishing Co. 1D72) BlONDlE-By Chic Young DAewooo, THERE'S A _V BARBER IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD spine all the way to the neck, fields. They knew that the soil It also will affect the joints remakes these trashy u-nstcs svliere the ribs join the spine. Pain in the shoulders of the to a life of constant discomfort and possible stiffening of my back? Ucar Header Hhcmmttoid spondylitis is a form of rheu- matoid arthritis of the spine. It often affects young males and frequently begins in the lat- WhIAr OO YOU TVllNJt April 4 on a fraud charge and to April 13 on four charges of criminal negligence. The trial date on the fraud charge on nine claims on the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission in April, 1970, will be set April 4. Dr. Craig will appear in pro- vincial judge's court April U for election and plea on four For a few years, some garden- j charges of criminal negligence. ami it is possible that you crs got bumper crops the ensy i The charges were laid in the may have long periods free even though the vcgc-i deaths of four persons um try, when people wanted easy ways lo do things in a great hurry. Man marie chemicals were invented to wipe out weeds nnd pesky insecf.s. More chemi- cals were invented to add quick End easy feiliUjx-rs to the soil. No fair tun'isperin' if yo' tncKin' hitr. into doin'sumpthirv got Uv right nag him into ARCHIE-By Bob Montana symptoms. nder- tahles lost some of their tasty] going treatment, for drug addic- i flavors. I lion. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. GOREN (6 AT TM Chjuia Tritaftt) Both vulnerable. S ou it A 10 72 V 54 3Z 0 K J 4- AKQl WEST EAST fc Q A K J9S 5? cards while each of his opponents only one-half of his part- nership's assets. Capitalizing on this edge frequently in- volves an early application of pressure against one defend- er while he is still in the dark js to his partner's holding. An apt illustration of thia principle is provided in to- day's taken from D re- cent team of four contest. South became the declarer at four spades. The ten of dia- monds was opened at both tables, dummy covered with Ihe jack. East with the queen, and South played (he ace. One declarer crossed over to the king of diamonds and then led the deuce of Fpades. Hast followed with the five and South played the ace lillin? 'i queen. A dia- mond w.15 ruffed in duiumy and the ten of spades led. East put up the jack and after his partner showed out, he proceeded to cash out two more tricks in the suit. South was able to dispose of one heart on dummy's high dubs, but in the end he was obliged to concede a heart for the set- ting trick. At the other table, after winning (he first trick in tha closed crossed! over to the king of diamonds, but insfead of playing a small spade from led Ihe ten. This produced a ti.-i- malic effect, at no additional cost. that his opponent was about to take a the somewhat natural play ol covering with the jack. Declarer played the nee and obtained a rich har- vest when contributed thn queen. A diamond was nailed with seven of spades and now when the deuce was led, East who retained the K-9-S was restricted to two trump tricks instead of three. If he put up the nine of trumps, South's eight-six of spadts became to dislodge the Icing, and the other to pick up the five. In all, declarer lost two spades and one heart Some may argue that East should not have covered the ten of spades when that card was led from dummy. How- ever, it should be noted that the temptation was much harder to resist than when Ihe deuce was led at the other table. In other words, resourceful declarer had nothing to lose hy making tht> play which placed the maxi- mum pressure on his oppo- nent. Terminally-ill pa lien Is .should he allowed to die WOfAEN.THKTS I HAVE UKE A A STAfAP NEEDLE IN A IN MY V HAYSTACK; HANDBAG.' ANOTHER WALE CHAUVINIST IDEA ARCHIE, VCOft BRAIN SHOULD AS YOU T'LL BET YOU ME WHERE IT Hl AND LOIS-By Dik TORONTO fCP) Patients who are terminally ill piiould bs allowed to die in pence, Health j Minister Richard Potter of On- tiirio j Participating in a radio panel j Dr. Potter said he disturbed, when he was in practice, to pee a special medi- 1 cal team rush to the bedside ot a dying pal lent on hearing an emergency call. "You see patients with chronic illnesses (hey can't pos- A i blv re cove r from but they can'r die peacefully without someone jumping on their pnd pumping their hearts trying to them. I think we go overboard on this kind of Ihiiig." R o n Brownnrlcro, assistanl but need not prolong life by un- usual or heroic means." countries sign pact on trafficking GENFVA (Renter) An in- IcrraJonal protocol detailing naw measures to fight drug trafficking signed in Ge- neva Uxlay by 3l> countries. The agreement s a three-week conference of drug exports from more tlu'n ICO countries to update and rein- force lite convention srrc clary of the Ontario Medi' on narcotic drugs! llio principal M! Association, in an inter- i treaty in 'he field of interne view today: "What Dr. Potter j Liona'l drug control. sf.id reflects Ihe opinion of the Among the amendments lo majority of physicians, there i.s the IftJl accord, which was felt SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Neal no doubt about that." to have been outdated by the He referred to the Canadian increased spate of drug abuse 1 Medical Association's Code of j n round the world, is one that i Etliics, which says: "An ethical physician will allow death lo occur with dig- nity aTid comfort whpn rloath of Sicily appears lo he incvita- would make extradition for drug trafficking automalic rather than merely desirable. Other key modifications will give the Geneva-based Interna- An clhir-al physician may lional Controls Board new support the body when clinical ers lo deal wilh illicit produc- dcath of Ihe mind has occurred lion of opium. Until now it has supervised only the world's il- licit supply of this product, from To visit France> which heroin and morphine arc derived. BUGS BUNNY PARIS TAP) Queen Juliana and Prince Bcrnhard of the Netherlands will make en offi- cial visit to France June 19-22, i the Elysee today. Palace announced ATTENDANCK HOUN Regular Sunday attendance al West German churches has dropped by nearly ono-third 1 since the early ;