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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, December J, 1971 THE LETHBBIDGE HERAID 17 Ann Landers Poisoning statistics show kitchen can be dangerous DEAR ANN I ANDERS: Our 14-year-old ibuRhlrr BUly looked depressed and seemed unsually quiet all ihrough .tarn She at" almost nothing. I knew something was wrong and I hoped she'd tell me. She didn't, so ai bedtime I went to her roomWl asked what was the mate. She broke down and confessed tearfully that she had done a terrible Hung She started a rumor that a girl in her class who bad been absent for two weeks was away having an abortion. Tire absent girl returned today and someone told her about "the rumor. She became so ill she had to be taken home. Betty is a wreck. She says she doesn't know why she did it. She will do anything to get it off her conscience. What CAN do' You know how hard it is to put down a false rumor once it gels started. Please advise. Need Counsel DEAR N.C.: There is only one way to get this matter straightened around. Betty should go at once to the girl and her parents, confess that it was she who started the rumor and ask them if they can possibly forgive her. She should then go to each person to whom she told the lie and confess that she made up the story. I agree, false rumors die hard- because people who slart them rarely have the courage to confess. I hope your daughter learned a lesson that will stay with her the rest of her life. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a good cook but I'm no ma- gician. I can't wave a magic wand over a four-pound roast and make it big enough for a family of six plus three extra people. Why can't my husband get this through iiis lead? Clyde works for a big company and someone is always in town, either a customer or a purchasing agent. He also has a couple of free loading brothers who have a habit of dropping by Clyde's office just as he is leaving for home. They tag along and of course I have to ask them to cat with us. What else can I do at six o'clock? When it's the brothers I open up another can of beans and add more potatoes to tha hash, but when it's a customer or a purchasing agent I have to give the kids peanut butter sandwiches in the kitchen. I think this is very unfair. Is it unreasonable to ask a husband to phone first? Even a half hour's notice would help It would at leas', give me a chance to comb my hair. I've asked hin: a dozen times. Maybe if lie sees himself in the paper he'll get the message. Thanks, friend. Sue-Prized DEAR SUE: From now on put the burden on Clyde. Tell him if he brings home unexpected guests you aren't going to do one Uiing different the meal will be served as planned, and (lie kids will stay at the table. No apologies, either. Just a small announcement, "Smaller portions, even-body. We have unexpected guests." But about your hair, Kiddo. You COULD comb it just for HIM, couldn't you? "The Bride's Ann Landers' booklet, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about weddings. To receive your copy of this comprehensive guide, write to Ann Landers, in care of your newspaper, enclosing a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope and 35 cents in coin. v Please send inquiries and requests to Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 60611. Ily SUSAN IIKC'KEK OTTAWA (CP) Don't lei ycur child become a poisoning Klalislic Ihis year, says tlie cdu- service of (lie federal food and drug directorate in il.1; publication Dispatch. In tbcp-e were more than poisonings, accidental in- gcstions and contacts reporled by 2'J1 poison control centres Korasr, Cauarts. Children under five years of age accounted for almost 70 per cent of cases re- corded. Where Poison control centres in Can- ada in 19U9 reported in- cidents of ingcslion of c h i 1- dren's headache pills, the ma- jority of cases involving chil- dren aged two and three. To reduce Ihc probability of dcalb or serious illness from sucli Ihc food anil drug directorate set new regu- lations i'l March, 1970. for the packaging of children's hcarl- iiciie tablets. Manufacturers now are re- quired to package Ibis product in quantities not larger than location was indi-! 2-1 tablets of Hi-grain strength. most of these incidents occurred in the kitchen between tiie hours of four and six in the the publication says. Thus a child could only ingest 30 grains by eating the contents of one bottle, an amount not considered likely to cause fatal 'Children are hungry at this i consequences when eaicn by a lime and mothers may be un- child cf two or three years al- aware of what the youngsters are doing when thev are preparing a meal, "fn the mornings, the bid- though the child could become Children often get into medi- cines other than headache tab- room and bathroom arc areas lets, including tranquilizers, an- whcre frequent poisonings end algesics and sleeping capsules, accidental ingcstions occur be-j "Take every precaution when cause people have medication i you have small children in yosir on tables, bureaus and vanity tops. ''During the day, while moth- ers are doing their household cleaning they arc often interrupted by a rhiging tele- phone or doorbell and they leave open bottles of furniture polish, drain cleaner or liquid bleach where curious little chil- home and ask your pharmacist to dispense prescriptions for tablets or capsules in a vial with a child-resistant the article says. "These closures require a certain amount of manual dex- terity and strength which is not usually present in children up to tiie age of four or five PANTY HOSE PUT-ONS Do wear gloves when you wash any hose if you can't remove sharp rings or if you have rough fingernails. Betty Shops Inspire Your Christmas Giving LOUNGEWEAR GLAMOROUS In Floor length and short. In ny- lon and satin, plain and floral print, wilh Kodel fill. Plain style, decorated with em- broidery or lace. Shades are pretty in pink, blue, yellow, coral. Sizes 10 la 20 and 38 to 44. from Use Your Fashion Credit Cnrd Your Passport to a Worlr.1 of Fashion. tetty shop i betty shop COLLEGE MALL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-2809 PHONE 328-5025 C I J If fI Calendar oj- local li Friendship Lodge LA to the UTU will hold its regular mec-t- ing at fi p.m. Wednesday in Ihc IOOF Hall. Members arc asked to please return raffle tickets and bring donations for the bazaar. The annual tea and bazaar of 1 ths Friendship Lodge is to be held in St. Augustine's Church Hall, Saturday. Featured at this lime will be a pantry table, aprons, fancywork and a white elephant table. Old time dance classes will he held in Tahcr from 8-9 p.m., wilh western square dance classes from 9-11 p.m. on Thursday in the Dr. Hammon 1 school. Vie Dash of Lcthbridgc will be instructing the latter part of the program. Everyone welcome. This is being held in conjunction with the recreation department. LA lo ANAF will hold an ex- i f'cutive meeting Thursday in 1 the club room. The Oldman River Potters1 Club will hold its annual pot- tery display Sunday from 1-5 p.m. in the main gallery of the Bowman Art Centre. It will continue throughout the week to Dec. 12 from 2-4 p.m. Fea- tured will be gourmet cook- w a r e, vases, oandlcholdcrs, oven ware and primitive pieces fired in an outdoor fire. Tha annual LDS wild game supper will be held Friday at the Legion Hall, Pincher Creek, at p.m. Tall tale telling j and other entertainment will be i featured. Speaker will be Don j Walpcr. Christian Science testimony meeting will be held on Wed- nesday at p.m. in the church auditorium, 1203 4 Ave. S. Everyone welcome. The Y's Moncttcs will hold a meeting in the YMCA at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Members are requested to bring items for candle making. i 13th SI. und 5th Ave. North Westminster Shopping Moll FALL CLEARANCE OF CARPET and DRAPERY! ACRILAN HARDIWIST In 1-1 exciting shades. Mode for heavy Irnffic Reg. 12.95 yd. NOW ONLY....... SO. YD. 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