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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 - THE IETHBRID0E HERALD - Wednesday, January 77, 1971 Your horoscope By Jeane Dixon THURSDAY, JAN. 28 Your Birthday Today: A year begins of investment of time, energy, and concern in your successful adjustment to changing times. Create your own personal world as an island in the general culture. Emotional expression ranges in all directions. ARIES (March 21 - April 19): Take a conservative approach to today's conditions. Trying to help others only confuses their plans. Use care and courtesy in travel. Relax early. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20): Having patience while others dither gives you the chance to see the heart of the problem LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Light up, smokers but NOT in hospital Dear Dr. Lamb - I am re- shampooed regularly. The cuperating from losing two school at first admitted the lobes of my lungs. My question blond hair attracted the little ___i ---u-----,*� it,.___ ui,�i. ~u:i~i~~� e..j.i,..i.. ..... --------ct" � 1" and comments concern the per mission granted in hospitals today to smokers who pollute the air we breathe. WHY? WHY? WHY on earth is it allowed in the patients' rooms, corridors and waiting rooms With my bronchiectasis, I've had troubles with fumes ol smoking, bus and car fumes - all pollution, in fact. My husband paid extra for a private room so that I could avoid a smoking roommate and her visitors. I am forced to stay in seclusion here recuperating because of air the smoking visitors and patients in the sitting room and at the sofa outside my door. Why are nonsmokers FORCED to put up with this in light of today's evidence about smoking and its effects? Please don't feel I am a crusading fanatic against smokers -I'm not. It's just that I feel smokers are completely innocent or ignorant of nonsmokers' problems like mine and I feel that it's unfair in today's polluted world and it's time for a change. Dear Reader - You have reason to be annoyed. Our bastions of health are really not the place for cigarettes. I don't think smokers really recognize that many non-smokers with asthma, allergies and lung problems really cannot tolerate the fumes from their tobacco. This is a problem for patients forced to sit next to a smoker- as in airplanes. Since less than half the population now smoke, it would seem time to give the nonsmoker a break. * * * Dear Dr. Lamb - First I will say I am not biased as to integration. In fact, my own children attended integrated schools. This last year the schools where I live now were integrated and the children got along very well, but the little black children kept running , - -- "v-pfc I ujuuj1k--^ MUUIbl their hands through the lone can stunt growth. blond straight hair of the white alarm of parents. Believe me, the affected children all came biack children. Suddenly, it was proclaimed in the school that "black people never got lice ever." I am most interested. Could you please tell me if this is so? I have no intentions of making any pronouncements about it - I'm just interested in knowing. - An old grandmother. Dear Reader - I don't think any cause - no matter how just - is best served by ignorance, particularly in our halls of learning. Germs, most diseases, and pests cannot tell the difference in the color of a persons' skin - brown, black, yellow, red or white. Under the right circumstances, anyone can get lice from anyone else who has lien. I hope the day will come when all our people will have enough of the advantages of our advanced society that problems such as these will not be prevented. and set it straight later, Friends are not clear on what your views are. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): Resist temptation to take sudden risks. Haste, changes ol plans stir more conf u s i o n, cause a loss if you are not alert and keeping associates informed. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): You can get an argument or at least a differing opinion in any direction today. Appeals to your sympathy are deeper than appear on the surface; think about what you hear. LEO (July 23  Aug. 22): Tense people may distract you if you let them. This is a corner - turning day - the future doesn't fallow the grooves of the recent past. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Make appointments early or wait until tomorrow. Practical considerations could keep you busy all day. Don't involve others in routine decision-making. LIBRA (Sept. 23  Oct. 22): Associates tend to brood over what for you is past and finished. Follow an intuition further; check facts before doing much about it. SCORPIO (Oct. 23  Nov. 2H-You needn't invest with just anybody who comes along. Review your situation, resolve to make changes if you are not satisfied. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dcc. 21): Depend mainly on your resources, what you know from personal research. The temptation is toward speculative ventures, hasty moves taken for expediency. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22  Jan. 19): Perseverance against contrary influences serves little. Pressing for definite answers brings vague responses. Let well enough alone for now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 . Feb. 18): Never mind just doing something - first, get it settled what is to be done and why. Then all falls into order later in the day. PISCES (Feb. 19  March 20): If things are going moderately well, let this be sufficient; if not, be tactful. Allow for unseen conflicts, wait for inspiration. 1971 by Chicago Tribune Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Paul Gonwa, age 10, of Peoria, Illinois, for his question: What does the Milky Way look like? Human eyes see the Milky Way as a straggling ghostly white glow arching over the sky among the stars. On a clear winter night you can see it near the brilliant constellation Orion . ,_ _ _ I the Hunter. From there it loops arise in any group. They can down toward the southeast and northwest horizons. Telescopes Breast-feeding mothers cautioned about the pill By KEN KELLY Canadian Press Science Writer OTTAWA (CP) - A medical | refusing to prescribe oral con-controversy over use of contraceptive pills by breast-feeding xim ujUiauiau memcai asso-mothers came into sharp focus elation then published the report here with pediatricians publicly of its own expert committee, disagreeing with the Canadian headed by Dr. J. H. Walters of Medical Association. *  The Canadian Pediatric Society said in a statement that breast-feeding mothers should not be given the pill-It drew attention to animal experiments which show that a single dose of steroid, the basis of birth control pills, can produce sterility when the newborn reach adulthood and also The society's position, In ef- nS. ----- wiuuj xim suueiy s posiuon, in ei- ��w ^ WaS Vash off�=t. backed the report last Dec. incidents of lice eggs found in 1 " ' - " ' ' " vi, j"L ~00" "j i 9 to the federal government by the blond heads, much to the an expert committee headed by Dr. R. A. Kinch of Montreal. The Kinch committee sug- _ ------.. ,u1i1u a ire ivuitii i-vinmiiiee sub- from homes where heads were1 gested that the government re- GOREN ON BRIDGE pated. He abandoned BY CHARLES H. GOREN (s 1(71: By Tin CWUH TrllM*) East-West vulnerable. East deals. NORTH iNO MATTY*] BABY COUSIN ?/ tY#AT J --'-'T THEY'RE y DOING / 8^- HI AND lOIS-By Dik Browm SHORT RIBS-By Frank O'Ntol FROM NOW ON, NOU ARE NOT MV THRONE.1 BUGS BUNNY WELL, CAM YOU GET ME A JOS PLAYING IN AN ORCHESTWAT SORRY, NOTHINS today: see ME next /I ;