To my horror, on Page 6 of “CR Consumer Reports,” which many of you probably found in your mail, there is a picture in color of a toilet bowl filled with what looks like pills.
(In fact, they’re not pills. The ultimate message is that Consumer Reports provides you with valuable information about products you might purchase, such as toilets that clog.)
After my husband of 54 years died, I stood in line at Walmart to deposit his pills under the watchful eye of a policeman. When more pills turned up, I took them to the police department on the ground floor of the State College Municipal Building. Ferguson Township and Bellefonte police offer the same valuable, courteous and professional service.
Marian Trygve Freed, State College
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