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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETH6RIDGE HIRALD August family life by MAUREEN JAMIESON A C A T i 0 N twitterpation has come and gone in our and I'm back at resting up for 11 months and two weeks before we sally forth once again. Next with a little we may even make it as far as Coaldale provid- ing we've receovered ftom this year's jaunt to Disney- land. Getting as they was half the fun. We forgot to load the groceries into the developed an oil leak a few miles out of and lost the highway only three times. A pretty good run for the JamiesoTi clan. Most aggravating part of the trip the family speed freaks was the fact that one car pu'ling a trail- eight passengers and gets overtaken by absolutely everything including a three-year-old on a tricycle. Disneyland was everything 1 expected it to including entertaining and expensive. Oh I know Great Aunt Mag- nolia calls it anyone who antici- pate paying out money at that kind of place is purely smok- ing his opium pipe. Mind compared to ev- erything else we saw and did it wasn't really that expensive. And worth more than the money w a s a brilliant dis- covery I made in the field of child psychology. Having test- ed this exciting technique in the teaming crowds of Dis- I now plan to bring it out and dust it off at fu- ture fairs and other bun- struggles. BINGO AUG. 6th JACKPOT NOS. ALARM Gold Card Pay Doer Cards ether Regular Cards 75c or Gold Cards Pay Double 5 for SI 13th St. ond 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed I found that if I keep a whole Blew of tickets clearly visible in my hot little the mountains will all come to Mohammed. Once the kinder see those enticing lit- tle bits of they stay glued within viewing distance at all times. Not once did I find it neces- sary to waste time rounding up strays or calling hysteri- cally for the police. And not being the martyr looking for a lost cause to never again will I be sucker- ed in to letting the little dears bold their own tickets. Another thing I learned on vacation was that every campground in the U.S. is bounded by a freeway on one train tracks on another and a busy truck route on the third. On the fourth is a clutch of perpetually revving up and badly in need of oiling. All these camps sport what is known as a recreation shack housing a TV set. Even though you only plan to stay the stations are rigged to 'keep you pinned to the camp for an extra month or two. By the time Startrek is finished. Kung Fu is on and you couldn't drag your chil- dren away from the set with a karate chop. Anyway by now your time has expired and you find yourself paying for another day's stay. this can work to your advantage. You can give in crawl into your trailer bed and spend two weeks in restful relaxation doing noth- ing. Or you can go out and paint the local town pale pink. Unless the potato _chips run your loving children won't even notice you're missing. Really our whole trip was just grand and we all had a tremendous time. We even agreed with one lone ex- ception on the high point of the which was me tweezing slivers out of the back of my Willyum's lap after he had sat down on a rotting bench. Winner unlikely in cat-dog battle Purr-fectly content a seal-point Siamese belonging to Val strikes_a pose for Herald photographer Bill Groenen. Miss who bred Siamese for 10 years before being over- whelmed by her claims the battle between ca1 and dog-lovers will probably never be resolved. Christine worries about her looks The Family Y will be con- ducting tennis lessons for be- ginners and advanced players Aug. 7 to 10 to 11 a.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. Registrations will be accepted at the Y and in- terested persons may contact Wayne Bowes at 328-7771. By JUDY FLANT3ER Washington Star-News am Chris- line Jorgensen. I always should have been Christine Jor- gensen. I always will be Chris- tine says the form- er George Vfilliam Jorgens-en who was born a male 47 years ago. It's been 20 years since Miss Jorgemsen underwent me of the first sex which converted her -with much fan- in a throaty goes in and female with for large gold cosiume jewelry and paints her finger and toe- nails bright explains that she is which she differentiates -from a homo- sexual and a transvestite. homosexual has a dream interest or a real in- terest in people of his own sex and would never consider sur- gery. He likes his sex life the way it is. A transvestite is a person with a reasonably well- defined sex who wants to wear fare into a woman GI clothing of the opposite sex. It's becomes blonde read the headlines on the front ____ page of the New York Daily Dec. Now she's matronly and worried about her looks. In she's thinking of hav- ing another operation a face lift. she in- structs the pictures with daylight. Full face and with a flash only. I my dear 47 years old and I don't want to look 47 years After years as an entertain- er in she's started a new as a and she's in town this week for a convention of the Interna- tional Platform Association. Miss who speaks not a sexual it's behav- the average person having a preponderance of those of his or her own sex. I was about v.ell on my way to going to the op- posite The operations were several over a two- year openings and a vaginal passage.'' Her bosom comes from hormones same kind they give to womed who have a hyster- which she will take as long as she lives. The operation didn't include the transplant of a uterus and ovaries think in the future I have my share of male ad- she says. To what is a stock question about She has a slock answer. She says and said four times the other each time to a different reporter been engaged two times and I've been in love two but I wasn't in love with the men I was engaged to and I wasn't engaged to the men I was in love As for Miss there will be these transplants. Jorgensen explains it in so obviously she will not j of everyone having both male i be able to have children. 'But' and omt i THE BETTER HALF By Barnes of L own BEGIN YOUR BETTER TO-MORROW Earn Qualify Easily THROUGH SECRETARIAL TRAINING ENROL NOW DAY SCHOOL A.C.C.C. DIPLOMA COURSES an amazingly wonderful future fust waiting for you. Welcome it the way you Are you going to bo satisfied with just a Or do you want a really SATISFYING REWARDING Do you want to use all your natural abilities to earn what you Now is the time to make this With the tightening job eomploto training is a APPROVED FOR STUDENT LOANS r HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 203 F. W. WOOLWOftTH AITA. I Nams Address Telephone send without yeur free iittraturi on your Day School Couriei. j the office and ask whether they'd rather hava a punctual employe or an cheerful BINGO RAINBOW HALL M01 5th Av.. N. AUGUST 7th at 8 p.m. First Jackpot in 58 Noi.-2nd Jackpot in 59 Nos. Free and 25c per 5 Cards 3 Fret Games Door Prize No children Under 16 Yean Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association CASH BINGO O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN OLD TIMERS HALL A SIM Blackout Bingo played for till won every Saturday plus Jackpots JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cords for or 25c each Next to No. 1 The Weekenders' Trailer Club met recently at Lundbreck Falls for a campout. An open house will he held Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. in the Coutte Civic Centre in honor of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Coover on the occasion of their 50th wed- ding anniversary. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. No by request. n Harold Shaw acclaimed growing membership at a re- cent meeting of the Memorial Society of Southern held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 920 20th St. S. Mrs. local branch delegate to the annual confer- ence in reported on the number of young people showing an interest in the so- ciety. Members and friends would like to thank Mrs. Haszard for her interest and fine j and express their regret at the unfortunate accident which has caused her much discomfort during the past few weeks. Murray son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shapiro of has recently re- turned to Canada after com- peting in the 9th Maccabiah Games held in Ramat a suburb of Tel Israel. As top Murray help- ed capture a bronze medal for the Canadian basketball squad. NOW YOU ARE FINISHED SCHOOL And Desire too learn r Profession WHY NOT BECOME A HAIRDRESSER We haye 3 fully qualified full time instruo- treses and we teach all phases of beauty hair styling and tinting and permanent waving. You'll enjoy our new remodelled and school. A professional beautician high- er than the average income and nitiei are unlimited. Starting Now nil Alberta Beauty School This Coupon 1 405 5th St. Uthbridge For More NAME J lftw Tuition Flying high Fla. Eastern Air Lines may have to add a postscript to its slogan The Wings of Man. It just graduated its first woman pilot. Barbara has been commissioned as a second offi- cer following her graduation Friday as the first woman pilot among the airline's more than male .flight officers. She will be part of the regular cock- pit crew on Eastern jets. A second officer is a fully qualified but also serves as the flight monitor- ing the aircraft's engines. Miss Barrett entered East- ern's flight training school after 10 months of flying cargo planes for Zantop International Airlines in Mich. She said she decided to be- come a pilot after visiting the cockpit of an airliner during a vacation in Spain five years ago and took her first flying lesson the day after she returned to the United States. By JUDE TURIC Herald Staff Writer Dum a skittish white explained Val was the latest ad- dition to her interesting col- lection of cats. was stray that I happened to but the others are intermediate stages of offspring from the time when I was still breed- ing she said. A breeder for 10 Miss Ayris explained that she gave up the hobby because it had become over- started off with one nice and had a friend suggest that cats get lonely by themselves. So he gave me another Siamese which happened to be a ferrrale and soon there were lots of Miss Ayris pointed out who was an intermedi- ate stage of breeding a red point and displayed a fascinating coat of black and orange. FRED'S MISTAKES is a female who was named by in the neigh- and is also the mother of several kittens I have in the house. She man- aged to get out en me and the Fred's are toe end she com- mented. The other cats which had by this time gathered around her were Siamese and answered to the names She- ba to Canada from Tasha and Siam. Miss Ayris. who's interest in cats originated in child- said that most people consider cats farm animals. either 'do something' or they're thought of as being useless. SIAMESE COMMON it depends on where you are and what kind of at- titude there is in the area con- cerning she continued. people are willing to pay an awful lot for a rare while others think is about top price for a cat with She added that the strang- est feline she had ever seen was a cat with wavy far and next to nothing on its tail. it looked for all the world like a drowned rat. But apart from domestic the most common of breeds is the Miss Ayris said the battle of dog-lovers and cat-lovers will probably never be re- solved. DOGS TRY HARDER simply a matter of personal perference. Actual- cats are independent crea- tures they're but on their terms. It's a situa- tion where they seek atten- tion when they want it. dogs are more exuber- ant and seem to try harder to please. They tend to in order not dis- please a she said. The belief that cats can- not be trained to do said Miss is not ex- actly as abs- ence had a Siamese which re- trieved play tiger-tails. you get down to it she smiled not sure whether I trained it to fetch or it trained me to Her all of which hava been spayed or are fed a mixture of commercial cat foods and dry foods. foods on the market offer a balanced al- though some owners prefer to feed their pets on table scraps. It really depends a lot on what a cat has been brought up on whether it en- joys canned or table foods. Additional vitamins are not a bad idea if you feel your cat is not getting a good nutri- tional She added that general cat care includes supplying ade- quate especially dis- temper and provid- ing some form of particularily a running activi- ty. say apart- ment or closed-in house should have a floor-to-ceiliag post to climb. Most people know scratching posts are and these posts are similar to them. Besides it saves on furniture Miss Ayris said that she strongly felt cats should be altered. other an al- tered cat has a longer Ufa doesn't get into fights and roam as she said. no problem with unwanted batches of and no problem with males who tend to She said it is also a good idea to train cats to stay in the house at to problems with the End to reduce the chances of having pets fight or become injured by cars. Miss Ayris also cautioned people who are considering a cat as a to decide wheth- er they want a kitten or a cat. appeal to every- one. They're nice to they're frisky and fun to watch. But they do grow up and become self sufficient cats. Caring for a grown ani- mal is quite F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A and 13th St. N. Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Cards far l.OO or Each Three 7 Number GamM JACKPOT Free ana Cordi DOOR PRIZE Gold cards pay double money Children under 16 not HELP US TO HELP The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Household CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP -SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 Iff AVE. WSb ;