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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Safety At Home While Mom's Away PREVENT you are one of Canada's thousands of working mothers, the drug industry's Council on Family Health In Canada advises you to write, the name and telephone number of your doctor, nearest relative, friend or neighbor; and the telephone number of your place of employment on a pad and place it beside the telephone so the baby sitter can find it quickly in case of emergency. TORONTO An estimated Canadian chTMren under age six are left in another person's charge while mother goes out to work this year. How aafe are youngstera? What can a working mother do to eeoure her children and the 'proxy" parent in charge of them are well protected against accidents while she is absent from the home? The drug industry's Council on Family Health in Canada suggests these measures that will work in safeguarding your children while you are at work: Impress upon the children that they are expected to re- spect and obey the person in charge, says the Council, a public service organization that encourages home safety and family health. Make sure the proxy parent understands that she must not leave the children alone at home, even for one minute. To help prevent potential poisoning, store all your cleaning agents and household chemicals out of sight and reach of the children. Direct the adult in charge to keep her eye on these things when she uses them, and replace them high in a cab- inet when finished. If medication is to be administered to the children, tell your baby sitter the exact dosage and frequency. Instruct her to recap the medicine and return It to IU proper storage place immediately after use. If she medication, the must be told to follow the same safety rules about keeping the medicine out of reach of the youngsters. To help prevent burns and tcalds, tell your baby sitter to keep pot handles turned toward the side or rear of the stove, to test the children's bath water before letting them enter the tub, to keep matches out of the children's reach. If there is a discarded refrigerator or freezer on your home premises, remove the doors or seal them against the possibility of a child getting inside. Children can be taught to put then- playthings away when they are through with them, if a place is provided for easy storage. This will prevent many an accidental fall over a toy left on the floor or stairs. Leave a, pad beside the telephone which shows the name and telephone number of your doctor, nearest relative, friend or neighbor, and the telephone number of your place of em- ployment. Make sure your substitute knows it is there. It may not be possible to foresee all potential accidents In the home, but a good start toward injury prevention in mother's absence can be made by carrying out the safety measures. -TuMdsy, Ottobtr 27, 1970 THE IETHSRIDGE HERALD 17 In And Out Of Town St. Mary's Anglican Church Women will hold its fall tea and sale on Thursday in the parish hall at 537 12th St. C N.. from 2 to 5 p.m. love fs... counting your blessings. Mrs. R. W. Cowan find Miss Edith Baines will receive thn guests. A pantry table will be In charge of Mrs. G. Sylvester Mrs. R. Cook. Mrs. H. Tyrer and Mrs. J. B. May will attend a table of hand- made articles. Catering will be In charge of Mrs. R. S. Rannard, Mrs. J. Payne and Mrs. M. Friend. Serviteurs for the aftern o o n will be Mrs. M.. Seaman. Mrs. N. Pennington, Mrs. J. McCer- mack, Mrs., J. Firth, Mrs. H. Pinney and Mrs. C. Hildebrandt. Treasurer for the after noon will be Miss G. M. Baines. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT IETHBRIDGE ElKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. _yv (Calendar (Jf oLo Preceptor Eta Beta Sigma P mil meet Tuesday at p.m at the home .of Mrs. V. W Tbornhffl, 52115th St. S. A card table bazaar will broblems and ended up running off with her leaving a wife and children. The banker's wife came back three weeks later alone. She was surprised to discover that the banker had already moved his secretary into their home. Last week the choir director turned out to be the town rot connection. Yesterday the superintendent of the old folks lome was arrested for running a bookie joint in the base- ment. I'll tell you the name of this town but I'll bet you you won't print it. It's---------, Illinois, -Just a Reader DEAR JUST: Your bet has no takers. If your facts are incorrect I might get a call from the state's attorney unless he's in jail, that is. Thanks for writing. Alcohol is no shortcut to social success. If you think you lave te drink to be accepted by your friends, get the facts, lead "Booze And You For Teen-Agers by Ann Landers. Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, tamped envelope with your request. WOMEN NEEDED TO TRAIN FOR Medical Receptionist Dental Receptionist Practical Nursing This U a homo study course which con bo completed In 16 weeks. High School Diploma not necessary to qualify. Training need not Interfere with present employment. Out of iown enquiriei welcome. WRITE GIVING PHONE NUMBER TO CAREER TRAINING LTD. Reply to Box 25, Lethbridge Herald. Urge Clean Up VERNON, B.C. (CP) Stop using our fresh-water lakes as toilet bowls, the British Colum- bia Medical Association has warned. A report from the asso- ciation's environmental health committee said weeds and min- ute algae are blooming in trou- blesome numbers as a result of feeding on sewage in the Okana- gan lakes. 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