BETTY RUBBLE, DEBUTANTE Betty Rubble will finally become a vitamin. In January, Bayer Corp. will begin shipping bottles of its Flintstones Vitamins that include Betty, as well as her husband Barney, their child Bamm-Bamm and other characters from the popular cartoon "The Flintstones." When Bayer began manufacturing the product in 1970, Betty was not included because of production problems with her figure but the company decided to try again to produce a Betty vitamin when a public outcry ...

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