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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 WOMEN BRING HOUSE No No They Vote in a Delirious Burlesque Session at Capitol Presiding ably when women took over Utah house of representa tives was left Mrs Ed J McPolin wife of actual speaker of the house Mrs II Roland IVitjeii of Monroe wBo delivered opening address and Mrs William J Cayias from Salt Lake Children Arent Sausages O Dont Try to Stuff Em By AVGELO PATRI Ambitious mothers bring trouble on themselves and their children when they overdo in struction in matters that are outside a youngf childs interest or ability to use and therefore understand The average fiveyearold child is not ready to learn to he can count to a hundred if he wants to Sometimes he just wont open his mouth when he is asked to recite He gets stub born and nothing will make him answer even though he knows the answer very well He is a very good child obedient polite and well liked by everybody He read or to master the use of j has just this one fault He wont numbers and he should not be i recite if he doesnt feel like it asked to do so But he wants to learn his letters He is very bright Goose He can recite Mother he can repeat the stories he hears on the radio ADVERTISEMENT AhhI Can Breathe Again When your nose fills up with a stuffy head cold or occasional con gestion put a few drops of Vicks Vatronol in each nostril and get comforting relief almost instantly Vatronol is so ef fective because it works right where trouble is to soothe irritation relieve stuffiness make breathing easier Try it Get Vicks Vatronol Nose Dropsl Theres one more thing that bothers me about him He wets the bed What can be done to cure him of that and also to get him to answer when he knows the answers so well Let him alone and stop bother ing him with learning numbers reciting stories and answering quizzes He is not a mental sausage to be stuffed with use less knowledge nor a trained monkey to perform for the plea sure of his elders He is a little child developing as nature in tended him to do and he will be a fine child if allowed to grow in his predestined way He will be unhappy his dis position will become soured he will dislike school and all that pertains to learning if he is crammed Just let him alone and leave his instruction to the teacher She will give him all that he needs in the way of learning by The Brll Inr By GKU K RKTIIKR Give the women a and see what happens Two minutes after Utahs house of representatives ad journed at 3 pm Wednesday the seats were refilled with a flutter of color Their places were usurped Their wives streamed in for a 30mirute session which began with polite iipniar ami settled down to serious presentation of bills PresentHtion and discussion hid nny lurkingrrprrscntative squirming in anguish And a lot of them wore hidden im in the overhanging visitors galleries because we saw em The Oavel Fell Occupying the presiding chair was Mrs Ed J McPolin of Park City wife of the elected speaker the heckling gallery in terruptions were quelled by a prompt bang of the gavel that shook the rafters and scared the assemblage into tolerable peace and quiet Before her were 38 wives from all over the state IT being absent All of them were fillrd with earnestness and ideas These peppered the air so rapidly with I moves and sharp retorts that naming them is impossible Mrs X for example fol lowed Mrs Rep Y up the aisle and puller her back to her seat for a roll call When a verbal vote of yes seemed unanimous a determined representative in the corner barked No loudly and messed things up She Voted Vo She always voted No to the despair of the ciinir Incidentally any time Speaker of the House McPolin wants a day off his wife will be welcomed as a substitute Shf was wonderful Mrs Rep D Homer Jersen of Emery asked consideration of this bill When two autoists going in different directions ap proach a stop light it will be unlawful for either one to pro ceed before the other has started A standing placed this on the skids to the senate with the irascible NO member shouting in vain a Putting on Brakes Mrs Rep Walter B Daly of Panguitch presented another live bill makingit unlawful for any bar to serve onions and liver wurst between 7 am and 7 m and this was promptly amended to include barbora and beauty operators from partakingdur ingthose hours This oo will be embossed and sent to the senate The hottest argument arose over a fish debacle Mrs Rep A B C related how a Russian told a German why he couldnt catch any fish in Russian ponds Russian fish he said are trained to keep their mouths 1 shut I Hot Debate i i This brought Mrs Rep H J K to her feet With tears in her voice she declaimed of the ignominy of Russian fish beingtrained and schooled while nothingwas done in the school ing of Utah fish to preserve their lives Several passionate brief speeches followed on the sub ject Trouble was narrowly averted when one pretty rep resentative moved that Mrs Rep P D Q be iiiadc to make up her mind what she wanted to say before she began talking about Mrs P D Q shot up to demand with pathos How do 1 know what I think before Ive heard what I have to say Totally exhausted with their state labors the feminine house dashed off for a cup of tea My gosh breathed one of the men representatives who had kibitized in corners do we actually put on a show like thai when its serious business And off he went for his own cup of tea Its only fair to give baby the baby foods he prefers Money back if your baby doesnt like Clapps better than any other baby foods the first week you try jMrs Leriiml Jnrman of Ilraxunt irovo left and Airs M Phyl Fnnison of Sail road nmvs papers while business went on txarlly as some of male members of house have heen known to do New Mothers Get Good By IDA JEAX KAIN Its an outrage three months after juniors arrival new mothers find their figures takingon a definite spread in right leg Three times with each leg is enough for a starter with 3 counts added each day up to 12 times Position Standing on knees on bed or floor bend forward Movement Stretch Dramatic designercolor to compliment your costume1 Soft suede platform pump with distinctive silhouette bow trimmed with a knot of bronze Leads 39 SOUTH MAIN STREET 2415 WASHINGTON BLVD OGDEN AM on mad vden I spite of a good girdle Right I and rest heafl on folded arms at first they felt so gloriously knees and hiPs in vertical Ilnc flat this change in measure ments is completely baffling What happens Soft muscles have an affinity for fat When tone is not restored to the over ly stretched abdominal muscles they become flabby and tend to accumulate fat A good girdle at this time lends needed support but strengthening exercises to re store tone to the muscles them selves are a downright neces sity Ask your doctor for special exercises to be taken during the first Uvo weeks after the baby is born Here are three which may be started thr third or fourth week depending on your strength Position Lying on back on bed soles flat on bed knees bent anus down at sides Movement Raise abdomen and hips from the ted and fling arms bark overhead Lower to first position Repeat not more than five times the first day and gradually increase the count adding a strong inpull of the abdominal wall after hips have been raised Position Lying face down on bed head resting on folded arms pillow protecting breasts legs straight down Movement Lift loft leg up in the air knee straight and hold If your back is normally strong swing the leg over to right side Back to position and repeat with straight out and raise it back and up as high as comfortable at the samp time pullingup and in with the abdominal muscies Return position and repeat with other leg Three counts with each leg and increase ac cording to strength Copyrlcht 1010 Kint Features HOROSCOPE By KITA DEL MAR Thursday for everybody En courage new 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