Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 14, 1972 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1972
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worry Clinic . Wednesday, June 14,1972 Ph.D.,M.D. Mm tfMwi «M tt to frtit , flft^fe aA^J^A* AAM * rVT TOOTr! CM tack ••« rcrMl M"»t" litll tfcey |«i tic eticl MMta|! TV mt rife aMKti ire "e«-H>Me4" M« AM ire IMPC CtMiy iMM hy fmMlNI WfM MM pMnMM flNR-flMH ! CASE U-NI: Eileen M., age Mlia young mother. "Dr. Crane," she began, "I peliihed your recent column in which you said too many phyticlam make a fetiih of weirt feeding. "I had become a neurotic Decauie I couldn't produce adequate milk for my baby. "So it cried almost constantly and didn't gain properly. "But after reading your ttlumn, I supplemented my 2 or ) ounces of breast milk with an additional couple of ounces of evaporated milk via the bottle. "That solved my problem entirely for my baby quit "Yet I recently saw several violent letters of criticism in our newspaper by both doctors and mothers: "They said you opposed sreast feeding! "If they had read exactly what you actually stated, they would have agreed with you. "For you didn't oppose breast feeding at all! You merely said to supplement it via bottle when a new mother doesn't produce awughofherownmilk!" DON QUIXOTE Many of you readers will recall the story about Don Quixote. He fabricated his own imaginary monsters which he projected upon the windmills .hat he met. Then he would boldly ride to Jw fray, smashing his lance against those windmills, which littorted mind had painted as villains! Well, that's what thousands of icwspaper readers often do •egarding the editorials and print features. They jump into a verbal attack on the editor or :olumnist without having :arefully read EXACTLY what was written! So they might properly be milled modern newspaper Don Quixotes. Many apparently educated Mople are thus opposed to luoridation of drinking water, laying fluorine is a deadly xison. But so is chlorine, though it us been used for generations to jurify city drinking water. (Most drugs are poisonous in )ig doses!) "Fluorides mottle the teeth," toy also loudly exclaim. But that's if you consume too nuch, which our very low "one part per million" in city water, invents. Besides, it's far healthier to lave your own teeth in old age, :ven if they are flecked with {ray spots, than to try to chew iteak with false teeth! "Pollution" of the atmosphere is another modern jugaboo used by politicians to xrral votes. But I was born directly across ihe street from the Steel Mills of south Chicago. And its smoke stacks have jelched sulphur, plus other wlluting gases for 100 years, yet our death rate in South Chicago (as well as Gary, Pittsburgh, etc.) is not Ugnificantly different from that anywhere else in the U.S. A. (Always write to Dr. Crane, Hoaklas BMg. Melbrt ladlaaa, ITttl, eacloslag a loag stamped, addressed eavelope aad IS ceati I* cover typiag aad prlatlag Mats wbea ymi sead for oae of ais booklets.) 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