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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.nloy, July 21, 1970 THC LETHBRIDGE HERALD 13 Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am In a state of shock as I write this letter. I don't know what to think or where to turn. I am sending you a copy of the form I received from my daughter along with her fervent plea that I sign it. She has made it clear tliat if I refuse to sign the form she will dis- regard my wishes and do as she pleases when she is 21. The form, as you can see, is printed on stationery from the offices of two physicians whose specialty is psychiatry. I took this form to my family doctor who checked with the American Medical Association. The doctors are indeed prac- ticing medicine. The form reads as follows: "This is to certify that I fully understand that my daugh- ter, Miss-------, aged 19, wishes to have medical procedures performed so that her sex may be changed to a male. I hereby agree to whatever hormonal, radiotherapy and surgi- cal procedures are deemed necessary for this transformation. I am (am not) willing to accept financial responsibility for these procedures. Notary: State----------County: Signature: Ann, I have known for three years that my daughter is a Lesbian and I have learned to live with the heartache, but the thought of her wanting to have this operation is more than I can stand. I telephoned the doctors and told them what I thought of them and their form. Of course I will not put my signature to it. I am 46, divorced, and sell real estate. I haven't been a perfect mother but this blow has knocked the pins from under me. I have a married daughter, age 24, another daughter, 16, who says her sister is "sick" and a boy, 14, who says his sister is crazy. If you have any words of wisdom that might wake up this girl please help me, for God's sake. Mrs. No Name Mother DEAR MOTHER: This girl needs more than waking up. Individuals who so desperately desire to be of another sex that they are willing to have their bodies mutilate! are severe- ly -disturbed. The best authorities Of the transsexual operation are at the University of Minnesota and Johns Hopkins'. These author- ities are not enthusiastic about the results. When Dick Cavett attempted to drag me into a discussion of transsexual opera- tions on his TV show several months ago, I refused to discuss the subject in the presence of a transvestite who was consider- ing the procedure. I could say nothing supportive and didn't want to embarrass the guy who wobbled out in high heels, wearing a shoulder length wig and spoke so glowingly of his scheduled wedding to "a wonderful fellow." You can do nothing, Mother, except hope your daughter will co-operate in therapy that takes hold before she reaches her twenty-first birthday and can have the surgery without your signature. Drinking may be "in" to the kids you run it can put you "out" for keeps. You can cool it and stay popu- lar. Read "Booze And You For Teen Agers Only." Send 35 cents in coin and a long, self addressed, stamped envelope with your request. ABSOLUTE TRANQUIllTY-Jerry Sanders of Caldweli, Centennial Garden. Idaho, and his fiancee Charlotte Allen of Lethbridge visiting this area, enjoy the quiet beauty of the Lethbridge Nikko Yuko The site is a favorite for tourists ar J Ca cLocai Jva Of Original Pensioners and Sen- or Citizens will hold the regu- ar meeting at p.m. Wed- Conflict Among Immigrants Mainly On Child Raising TORONTO (CP) A main nesday in the YMCA. A good source of conflict among Can- attendance is requested. Enter- immigrants arises be- ainment and lunch served, tween parents reared in the Plans for summer trips discuss1 ed. Nor-Alon Family Group meets tonight at 8 in 418 13 St. "T. Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday p.m. n church auditorium, 1203 4 Avenue South. Everyone is wel- HEAT KNIFE Before beginning to cut rais- ins for baking, dip the kitchen cissors in hot water. This makes cutting much faster. MAIDEN citizens of Lethbridge were taken recently to Park Lake for the afternoon in the city transit system's new 52-passenger bus. Currently the bus is being used on week days by the community summer program to transport children to Park Lake. PUBLIC BINGO T6 GAMES JACKPOT IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Uprtairs) EVERY THURS.- 8 p.m. Women Say Stop College Money WASHINGTON (AP) American women demanding an even shake with men at all lev- els of higher education are ask- ing the federal government to close its con- tract purse to colleges and uni- WHOOP-UP DAYS WIG SALE EASY CARE WASH 'N' WEAR SYNTHETIC WIGS Visit us at the Youth-A-Rama Bldg. At the your own could win a wig FREE Regularly 29.95. No tickets higher than 22.50 Also At Our Wig Shop in Shoppers' World 23.50 FAIR WEEK SPECIAL RUBY PIERSON Shopped' World Ph. 328-2166 WIGS versities practising sex discrim- ination- A leader of a n a-1 i o n a 1 women's equal education rights group, Bemice Sandier of Silver Spring, Md., has filed charges under terms of presidential ex- ecutive Orders forbidding gov; eminent contracts to discrimi- nate by sex. ways of Europe and their chil- dren who readily accept the Canadian way of life, says a re- port issued by the Metropolitan Toronto social planning council. The report says children wel- come Canada's freedom in the school system and social life and the more permissive moral- ity, while parents continue to believe in the ethics of the Old World where the head of a fam- ily exercises far more power than in Canada. Rhona Swarbrick, teacher at Earlscourt junior public school, says many immigrant parents believe Canada's school system is responsible for the conflict between parents and children. About 80 per cent of Earls- court's student population of come from immigrant; homes. Miss Swarbrick says Italian parents particularly believe that schools should have more au- thority and teach children to work, obey and behave. BLAME MORAL, DECAY Many Italian families blame what they believe is moral de- cay in Canadian families as be- ing a disrupting influence on the Italian way of life. Kurt Danziger, a psychology professor at York University who completed a four-year study of family conflict among Toronto's Italian immi- grants, says the clash between parents and children is a bitter paradox. 'It was for the sake of their children, primarily, that the parents came to Canada. They wanted to give their children a better future in a new land. "But they didn't realize that the children would adapt far more quickly to the Canadian way of life than they could themselves. The children be- come assimilated into Canadian society mainly through the schools, and the parents tend to remain outside and cling to their old ways." But Prof. Danziger believes the rift between immigrant par- ents and their children is not any greater than what is known as the generation gap between youngsters and heir parents. But, he says, the conflict is of a different type, with the greatest difficulty of adjustment relating to the posi- tion of the father in the family. social worker who came to Can- ada 11 years ago, says child- rearing in Europe and particu- larly Italy is based on the as- The One Cent Miracle A Calgary housewife wrote to the Unitarian Service Commit- tee, "I won at a bingo Wednesday night and have add- ed 23 cents. It makes me feel so good to know that ,this small amount means 400 cups1 of milk will be given to those poor in- nocent USC headquar- ters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ot- tawa. sumption that hie is difficult and insecure and a child must be prepared for it. "Applying these same princi- ples to family life in Toronto in 1970 can lead to she says. "Italian parents1 are dismayed at the extrava- gant tastes their children have in clothes. Of course, the chil- dren are only trying to keep up with Canadian fashions, but this doesn't go down well with the older generation." BLUING USED Bluing may be used to tint the starch that is used on dark blue cotton garments. The By Elizabeth Bartman, District Home Exotic Japanese dishes cup rapesecd oil from Alberta products hit green peppers, cut In lights in Edmonton. These served at a products stalks 'celery, sliced thin- luncheon for Japanese gates visiting chicken bouillon cubes fa A wide variety of cup hot water and Canadian dishes tabsp. cornstarch the use of as many of our cup sugar cultural products as tbsp. soy sauce in hopes of interesting them in buying some of our products in cup vinegar lk cup pineapple juice 1 cup pineapple chunki A characteristic of Japanese cooking is that each food is cooked rather than with other foods. There may be some difficulty in finding some of the ingredients, for example, leeks which are a type of onion, mild in flavor. A certain Japanese Vz cup oil in electric frypan set 375 degrees. Cu pork into 1" cubes. In a large bowl, beat together' eggs, flour salt and pepper. Toss pork cubes in baiter until coated Brown cubes on ah1 sides ii heated oil. Remove brownec cubes and keep warm in 4 2CK saifun, is available from oven. Japanese or Chinese frypan temperature 350 degrees F. In remaining Rice, of course is the saute green pepper strips present accompaniment to the oriental dishes. The thinly sliced celery unti tender-crisp, about ten mhv home economist, who in preparing the foods prepare sauce. In some suggestions for small bowl, mix thoroughly perfect and sugar. Then Best results are achieved soy sauce, vinegar, pine- using the long cooking rice juice and chicken bouil- opposed to the Pour sauce over vegeta- "minute" Place stirring constantly until rice in a heavy saucepan Add the pineapple a close-fitting lid. Add and pork cubes; stir to water so that it is about with sauce. Heat above the top of the rice (10-15 gardless of the not try this Japanese the mixture to a boil, cooked on your barbecue. the heat and cook 10 OE BEEF, remove from heat and the rice to set for another chicken, or beef, In minutes. Do not remove the about lk inch thick by 2 during the process as by one inch. Marinate steam will for about 2 hours in this If you have trouble with sauce. rice becoming too gummy it tablespoons sake likely that you are using much water for the quantity tablespoons honey, or granulated sugaf PORK cup shoyu sauce 1 Ib. pork teaspoon ground ginger Vt cup meat on barbecue and 1 tsp. 3 inches from heat till Vi tsp. on one side. Turn and 2 on the other. BINGO RAINBOW 1401 5th Avenue TUESDAY, JULY 21st or 8 Ill Jackpot 53 Not.; 2nd Jackpot 55 Free Cardi-Cardl and Games, 25c per Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Games Door No Children Under 16 Years of Sponsored By A.U.U.C. GIRLS ARE SHELTERED Nevertheless, he adds, the lead of an Italian family is much more likely to allow his son to integrate into Canadian society than his daughter. Girls are sheltered in the family until hey marry. Nada Costa, an Italian-born THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "1 finally figured our why banks close at 3 o'clock ...They don't have any bathrooms." quality you trust...at surprisingly low prices! 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