Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 5, 1969 · Page 13
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 13

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 5, 1969
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RhMimofoid ortliritic •v Ot. WAYNS e. BRANDSTAOT Q — What is ostooanhrilis? aii>11iiiie be A — OcteoarUmiUs is a form prosrestT ; .Jut. a pbj-sieal (faerapUt and ottaeis. . Q — I have riieainatoid ailli- 9akk service BUDAPEST lUPD — On- iSoHiids like cctned over the lost of busioeu riUfc Uy doctor say* I ha** quicken ice snack fpurs oo my stable and that the resUuranl in ibe hotel must srin and heir it wiibool Arany Bika has put KMnimtie any medical help. What do ,oui5f»««x'««e« f '«« dmer's onier is not Ukcn before a good plot ; think? < A — Bone spurs of the spine done to sktw its cause no pain unless they press oc a DCFvc When this occurs. beat may sive some relief but nriU not cure Ibe conditkm. Host smseons advise a foskw opera of arthritis that is less ctipplins A — This usually besins with than iheumatmd arthritis. In mtnest and sliffiiess in the stme desRse. h is present in jainU and tncraased lalieabiUty. citiryaae who is over 60. Ad- The joinls are not only s«t)llenitkw that wffl relieve the pre*- vznoed cases arc characterized and painful to move but also hot sure and prevent any movement by pitoiiil sivUins of the joinU,iiind painfuLto touch. Much can of the spine. The spine is fated especially the hips, knees. q>)ne!be done to skiw Ibe prasress of h the best positkM for normal and finseis. U cant be prevenMhe di«ease but this U not aUvins andcripplins deionnity is cd or cured but much can be ample matter of si ^inc > pre- fbereby prevented. By DICK WIST Ibe sand nins out, his meal 00 the bouse. treatment mend? would you recom- WASHINGTON (UPl)-Here's: partially completed scenario leans out of the door, pobits a tomahawk at the driver and Hedlonds Dolfy Focis Wodnosdoy, AAor. 5, 1969-13 _ Icr a new motkn picture. "Badlsays, "Take this sUge to the I Day at lOgb Noon." a WestemlUule Biff Hon." •That isn't on our route." the A — Muscubr rheumatUm UfrooUer epic surrins John a vasue term that is often ap-jWaj-ne. RonaU Reasan, Piem pikd to fibrositis. Heat and pain UUen may sive some relief but are not as effective as they are ssainst other iheumatic di- fcose*. You may bat« to learn! Salinger and Spiro Agnew: Wdls-Fargs Stagecoach No. driver says. "It U TTie drvkr the Indian says, flags down a done to relieve the s}-mpiu>ms scriiMiaa. The treatment of this Q — I have recently hadito disregard the discomfort of and prn-ctit serious handicaps.|disease requires a team ap- tcmc titwUe hi the muscles ofithis noocrippling disease by Q — What are the s}-mp(omsii)n>ach involving a spedalisi hiimy right leg. Uy doctor says it of itaimatoid arthritis? Canliteumalic diseases, an orlbo-lis muscular ilieumalism. What busying jvunelf in projects. wwlhwhiloi 22 is making a nwthie nin! passing Pony Eqiress rider and i between Cbe>-enne and Laramie) gives him a message to take to with six passcQCcrs and a two-jtne WeUs-Fargo office in man crew. One of the passengers, an Indian who made his rcserva- tk>n in the name of S. Bull.i Laramie. Itave been diverted to the Utile Big Horn." the message says. -Please advise." The WeDs-Fargo agent takes] (he message to the O.S. MarsbaL •This is Ibe third stagecoach that has been hijcaked to the Utile Big Hon this week." the| agent says. "What do you intend to do about it?" "Tlut's out of my jnrisdic-] Uoo." the marshal says. "Why don't you lake the matter up with Gen. Custer?" "I've already done that." the agent says. "He tokt me to get ic touch with you." "In that case, ^-ou should write a letter to the Federal Stagecoach Agency in Wadiing- ton." the marshal says. Vpan receivmg the leUer. the Federal Stagecoach admbiistra- tor pays a call to the commissioner of Indian Affairs. "We've got a little problem here that seems to be ht your boiliwick," the administrator says. "Sony." the commissioner says. "The Indians along the Utile Big Horn are hostile and my bureau doesn't hava a treaty with them. "About an we can do is ask the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to hitercede for us as a neutral party and arrange to have the stagecoaches returned." We appreciate getting the stagecoaches back." the administrator saj-s. "but how do wc stop the hijackings?" "That sounds like a job for the U.S. marshal." the commis- sicner says. Alpha Beta's Man in Blue says: "At Alpha Beta youll ahvays find farm fresh proiluce...j7/tfs... fantastic total discount savings like the M0.28*on this page: smmtummn 12J78T0TM .MSCODinS SmcvM won Mitii Oiwble KsoMnts iWf MM oM ntiaci IH jw. 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