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   River Forest Journal (Newspaper) - July 2, 1967, Chicago, Illinois                                ONtY A1.90 2 Line WANT AD Reaching Over Homes RIVER FOREST AN ADVERTISING SHOPPER MEMBtt OAK PARK Published by 'The AUSTIN NEWS ES 9-8600 Village 8-2545 Office: 4906 W. Chicago Ave. SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1967 Newsstand Price 10c TVI. i numoer HZ Irene Wa- 'ed Wanted Berlin Riots, VI ar Taking FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE... and the BEST JOB in TOWN Sears SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. NATIONAL EXECUTIVE OFFICES IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR: Secretaries Typists Comptometer Operators Receptionists (Light typing) Keypunch Operators EXCELLENT PAY CONVENIENT HOURS SHARING DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES OUTSTANDING BENEFITS Sears, Roebuck And Co. National Executive Offices PERSONNEL OFFICE 5th HOOR 3333 W. ARTHINGTON AYE! Corner Homan Arthington Avenues Hours: p.m. Monday rhru Friday PHONE 265-2810 An Equal Opportunity Employer Member Chicago Merit Employment Committee Attention from Middle East International Rioting and war in Germany centered around Berlin. This will draw our attention i temper- arily from the Middle East. Between' July 3 and 7 United States government official will. pass away and this will sadden our nation. mm F. HuthM Lynda Bird Johnson will, in a very few months, indicate that her romance with George Ham- ilton is over and that a new man with serious intentions has entered the picture. National ...Looks like New York is now getting the "movie but it in time be centered in Chicago and then move on to Phoenix. Glad to learn that a planned pilot piaia LO mdauittciuie uan flour" is being contemplated by our government. In view of the predicted shortage of food- stuffs, this is one in a chain of ideas I hope will be put into effect soon. It's aiwayc good to bring to the attention of our leaders, long range views on what will be needed by the population; what will happen the world around. As if the midwest has not had its share, mere tornadoes today and throughout the end of this month! National This is a year we will all remember weather- _ it o'll member it for the beautiful summer we're having and will have. The year will also be remem- bered for the many innovation in teaching, political news and drastic changes in radio and television. And for civil rights dem- onstrations and anti-war dem- onstrations throughout the sum- Satin's Synopsis A Cat's Eye View On 'People Training' Being a member of the highly intelligent cat family, and after having spent the better part of two years in the care, feeding and upbringing of a couple of "humans" whom I have al- necessity to keep peace in the consider themselves my master and mistress, I see myself as somewhat of an expert on the subject of "people training." (This, then, is an open letter to all of my fellow pussy cats to you uninformed my curriculum for bringing up humans.) TO FELINES EVERY- WHERE: Perhaps the best way to get across my mesage is to relive for you ghastly experiences I have had to suffer through in order to properly train my two humans. It all started when my hu- mans brought me home for the first time. Such going ons! Instead of a couple of adults, those two acted like juveniles. Not that I minded all that coddling and petting and such, but a good thing can be carried too far. I fi- nally put a stop to it with some well place claws. And this name picking bit was something else. Now what dignified black cat can go through life with a moniker like Why coudn't they find something with a lilt to it. But I've got accustomed to "Satin" and its not so bad after all. I kind of let my TH (two hu- mans) have their own way for the first few weeks so they could get the feel of things. Its a funny thing about they're a rebellious lot and have to be handled sometimes with kid gloves. I was able to get through to the distaff side of TH first- after all, the female of the spe- cies is a lot smarter and easier to train. Starting out with the most simple things, I was able to teach my TH the proper way to dangle a catnip mouse trom a string. I went through the usual antics and played for hours with this little toy before my TH finally got the nack of it. This got to be old hat after a fashion so I had to find some- thing else to amuse them. I tried them on the run of the mill with bells in them, balls of yarn and the like, before I hit upon the per- fect TH plaything. My TH had a rubber water spout on the kitchen sink fau- cet. One of them had screwed it on so tight I had to chew the thing of. But it was worth it. They now get hys- terical just throwing that thing around. Of course they're too lazy, or not smart enough to go get it, so I dash after it and bring it back to them so they toss it again. Us really amazing the effect this little bit of therapy has had on my TH. One of the most difficult parts of people training is in speech. You have to put up with their baby-talk and slang and only with patience can you get through to them. Again the female half of my TH was the first to break the language barrier. She and I are now able to carry on an intelli- gent knows exactly what I want. Buy my male human: that idiot can't even the expres- if V V Like when its time for me to go visit my friend Charley up- stairs. (I take my TH along in order to keep an eye on them and let them play with Char- ley's With just one simple meow my girl-type hu- man knows the time is- here. But her mate is another story. I've got to do everything but open the door for him. And in the morning, boy do I have my problems with him. I've got to lead him out of my bedroom (I let them sleep with me) and into the kitchen. I've trained him well enough to fix his own food (if you can call the stuff they eat to- mato juice and coffee) and I allow him to prepare my mouth watering breakfast. This comes only with months and months of instructions. You've got to watch constantly or they'll try to slip something over on you. This people training is hard work, but rewarding. I've got them established in a pretty good patera now, and only once in a while do I have to resort to punishment, such as sinking my claws into a leg when my TH fails to respond to my teachings. I don't go in much for the punishment routine, but I am of the "speak-softly-but-carry- sharpened-claws" school. For the most part I reward the pro- gress of TH by purring affec- tionately and rubbing up again- st their legs. But actually, I suppose I don't have to tell you fellow fe- lines how to raise your humans. Psychologists, in Conducting tests, have found we are a cut above other forms of animal life. An article my TH read to themselves recently (they didn't know I was listening) had this to say: "Tests... by researchers sug- gest that cats are too intelligent to show off like monkeys, be led down blind alleys like mice in a maze, or panicked into bolting toward foods like so many hungry dogs. "As a result of this intelli- gence. on the part of the cat, science has, more often than not, wound up chasing its own tail." They didn't have to go to all that trouble of conducting those tests. We could've told them long ago that cats is smarter than people. International .The re- cent meeting of the UN with Kosygin was a prelude to changes in ruling powers in the Kremlin which will surely come about. ANSWERS TO LETTERS "Is the Ouija board a bona- fide means of obtaining infor- mation through ESP abili- D. G.. West Side. Yes, if the experiment is done when both persons work- ing the Ouija board are blind- folded and a third party takes down the letters involving the message. When the two per- sons working at the board watch their hands, I believe that most information then comes from their own wishful thinking and not from an out- side source. "My husband had a success- ful business on the South Side which he sold and then moved to the North Side. In five years he went bankrupt. For the past five years he has been with an establishment of five men. All are successful except my hus- band despite the fact that we advertise a lot and he does have a pleasant personality." Mrs. E.R.G., North Side. It is my impression that your husband's business will now take a turn for the better and that after two more years he will be firmly es- tablished. "I have a legal case which has been pending for two years. Do you think the settlement will come Mrs. M. S., South Side. It is my impression that even though the settlement will come in February, 1968, that it will not be too satisfac- tory to you. Please remember that my impressions are not legal advice but clairvoyant impressions. x "My husband will be retiring soon since he is 60. Should we sell our two-story house and purchase a small one before he Mr. and Mrs. F. G., North Side. It is my impression that yon will not sell this house and that you both will be most happy that you did not when November, 1968 arrives. "My dog died two days after having an upset stomach. I could not get him to a veterina- rian in time. He was given the best of food and care. I am heartbroken over this loss and wish I knew what caused the death." R. S., North Side. It is my impression that a heart attack took place and that it was not cancer. Again, this is not medical informa- tion, but clairvoyant impres- sions. ATTENTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS! OUR MID-WEEK DEADLINE Due to the holiday July -4th our deadline will be. FOR WEDNESDAY, JULY 5th Cancellations or copy changes............12 NOON placing new copy for Thurs ..........3.00 P M. Our Papers Will Be Delivered On Thursday, July 6th RECORDS 1614N.PulaskiRd Phone 227-1072   

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