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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnurtday, May 7, 1970 THE IETHBRIDSE HERALD 13 StMfcft, Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Is there such a thing as homo- sexuality among cats? We have a mafc Siamese who wants nothing to do with female cats. He has been given many opportunities to make Mends with any number of attractive, healthy girl cats but he ignores them all and chums, up to the males. At first we thought it was funny. Now we arc concerned that he is not normal. Please let us know if our suspicions are correct. Carolina Problem DEAR N.C: I checked with five veterinarians and came away with three different answers. One veterinarian said, "Yes, your cat may well be a homosexual if he has a hormonal imbalance resulting from castration." Another said, "Cats can be become neuro- tic if subjected to neurotic people. A melancholy cat might turn gay." Another said, "Homosexuality is a natural phe- nomenon which occurs in all species, especially cows." Two veterinarians said, "There is no such thing as homo- sexuality among animals, if we mean by homosexuality, the aberration as it occurs in humans." I'm inclined to accept the word of the last two doctors. How far should a teen-age couple go? Can necking be safe? When does it become too hot to handle? Send for Ann Landers' booklet, 'NeckingAnd Are The Mail your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd., 245 St. James Street W., Montreal 126 enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped self-addressed envelope. How To Tell ITie Difference." Send 35 ents and a long, self- Ask Ann Landers. Send for her booklet "Love Or Sex And How To Tell The Difference." Send 45 cents and a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope with your request. Businesses Discriminate., Says Labor Official By ROSEMARY SPEIRS TORONTO (CP) Canadian businesses discriminate against women by making only about a third of managerial career op- portunities available to female university graduates, George Cook, research officer for the (Calendar cLocal -Jva The board of directors of tl Oldtimers Pemmican Club will meet in the clubroom at 8 p.m Monday. A full attendanc would be appreciated. Major Jack Ross Chapti IODE wiE hold its regula monthly meeting at the horn of Mrs. .Agnes Nicas 131 4 Ave. S. Friday at 2 p.m. Regular monthly meeting the Ladies Auxiliary to thi Associated Canadian Trave lers will meet Friday at 7 p.m at the Park Plaza. Fort Macleod square dancers will hold their wind up danc for the season on Friday at p.m., with round dance prai tice at p.m., in the elemen tary school. All square dancer are welcome. Lunch will be i the form of a smorgasbon Women are requested to brin a casserole and cups. The Pensioners and Senio Citizens Chinook Branch, affili ated with the provincial and na tional pensioners organizatio will hold their annual banque on Friday May 22 at p.m in the Eagles' Hall. Provinci? When she's too old for bedtime stories, will she remember grams and grandpa...and all the folks back home? Right now she loves to look at their pictures (n the family album. Of course, she's got to hear their excited voices as she phones to tell them about her new puppy. Sooner than she knows, there'll be many more happy times to share by long distance. Her first date, her first long dress, her first corsage. Keeping in touch by long distance is the warm personal way to maintain family ties. And, something else she'll Is that rates are so much cheaper if she calls after 6 and all day Sunday. Happy times mean more when shared the long distance way! ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES and national officers will be present as well as several dis- tinguished guests. A special pro- gram is being arranged for this occasion. Membership and ban- quets tickets can be .obtained from Sandy's Jewellery or from the secretary at the Ladies Auxiliary meeting or by phon- ing 327-3264 or 327-4625. Tickets must be purchased by May 18. Transportation will also be ar- ranged for the banquet. Southminster Junior Girls Choir will not have a practice on Saturday. Members are ask- ed to please be at the church at a.m. on Sunday and at the regular practice on Mon- day, at 4 p.m. The board of directors of the Lethbridge and District Oldtim- ers' Pemmican Club will meet in the club rooms on 9th St. S., at 8 p.m., Monday. Other mem- bers of the club are welcome to be present. (Jf Open house and Mother's Day Tea will be held at the Dorothy Gooder School on Sunday from 2-5 p.m. Convenor is Mrs. Emily GwaUrin. MARRIAGES HOLD LEAD TOKYO (AP) Marriages are outdistancing divorces in Japan, the health and welfare ministry reported. It said there was a marriage every 32 sec- onds and a divorce every two minutes and144 seconds. federal labor department, said here. He said the top Canadian companies which list manage- rial job openings in the Cana- dian Careers Directory won't even interview females for jobs unless the positions are listed as being open to women in the directory. The most recent directory cir- culated on university campuses by companies looking for gradu- ates had listed vacancies but only of these jobs were open to women. "We train women but refuse to allow them to use their abili- Mr. Cook told a study group on job discriminations at a conference sponsored by the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews. "There are honest sexual ad- vantages a woman has that can be used to increase a com- pany's productivity. Women are a natural resource that busi- ness is exploiting in low-paid positions but is not developing for better jobs." Mary Lennox, president of the Traffic Employees Association, said women are not going to stand for this sort of discrimin- ation much longer "and changes are going to come much faster than most men think." As head of an all-female union of telephone operators, she said she sees "a great deal of exploitation and under-devel- opment." Miss Lennox said she resents it that she never finds a top female executive on the otlicr side of the bargaining table dur- ing labor negotiations. "I often sit in rooms like this w he n I am the only woman there. I am becoming a token, like the one black man who gets invited to parties." However, Jack McLean of the Bank of Montreal's marketing department questioned whether women have been relegated to a minority position "or have they automatically assumed it." "If women don't like where they are why don't they he asked. "What are women doing to show they want something different, other than these silly radicals called fem- Told some companies'hesitate to hire women because of high absentee rates and turnover, Mr. Cook said a study of ab- senteeism among male and female civil servants in Canada showed little difference. MOST IN POLITICS RAWSON, N.D. (AP) Of the 10 residents in Rawson, eight are municipal officials. "If we lost any more people, we wouldn't have enough to fill the city Jerome Sunby, auditor, said. The only people who don't hold a town job are the auditor's mother, Ingeborg, and the 13-year-old son of Alder- man Neil Heggen. SPRING UNIFORM SALE All standard size uniforms for nurses, hairdressers, waitresses, etc: 10% to 20% off JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 405 5th STREET S. (UPSTAIRS) PHONE 328-3631 CLEANING THIS WEEK ONLY DRESSES ONE PIECE, SHORT SLEEVE OR SLEEVELESS. SPECIAL THRIFT CLEANING BY THE POUND. REG. 5 Ibt. 2.00 SPECIAL THIS IS STRICTLY A CASH AND CARRY SALE BENJAMIN'S CLEANERS-TAILORS 317 10th STREET S. PHONE 327-5771 ,49 MOTHERS DAY PERM SPECIAL Regular 10.00 NOW This special good fill Saturday, May 16th only Similar tavirvgi on higher priced permi ween 6 BEAUTY SALON 416 5th Street South Phone 327-3494 for appointment Next to Capital Theatre Give Appliances the Perfect Gift FROM Remember Our GIFT WRAPPING SERVICE DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave.S. Phons 327-5767 NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phont 328-4441 GENERAL ELECTRIC ELECTRIC IRON Model FR20, power iprqy, steam or dry. Black handle with water level indicator. Polished aluminum with 39 iteam venti HAND OR STAND MIXER Full-powered for heavy mixing yet light-weight for portability. fingertip controls, 2 position bowl fray. Your choice of Avocado, Harvest or White at low price. Model M50. 39.98 Automatic Toaster It'i of the most reliable toasters ever made. Toasts fa your taste every time. Handles and base stay cool. Hinged crumb tray for easy cleaning. 5 ft., attached cord. Mode! T34. HOYT'S LOW M QO 24'80 Electric Kettle Hcovy Heel conduction with polished nickel chrome finish. Automotic overheat ihutoff with manual reset. Attached cord. Model K43. HOYTS LOW PRICE ELECTRIC FRYPAN Controlled heat cooking for kitchen con- venience. Solid aluminum construction for even heat- Ing. Vented lid. High polish exterior finiih. Molel S3. HOYT'S LOW PRICI 19.98 ELECTRIC DELUXE AUTOMATIC COFFEEMAKER Carefree stainless steel body and pump. Nicks! chrome ex- terior. Makes 2 to 9 cupi to whatever brew strength you select. Re-heati without re-perk- ing. Wide top opening for easy cleaning. Model P410. HOYT'S IOW PRICE ELECTRIC GRILL AND WAFFLE BAKER PORTABLE MIXER Used at closed grill, open double grill or waffle baker. Thermo- static control. Batter overflow grooves. Model Gl. HOYT'S LOW PRICE Three speed control and beat- er ejector up front on bandit for convenience. Easy clean beaters without centre post. White. Model MF31. HOYT'S 4 C QQ LOW PRICE I OPEN THURS. AND FRI. UNTIL P.M, STEAM or DRY IRON on Iron that combine! tconomy, ond at- tractive Eaiy to fill ond imply. Mod.l 34.98 JUST SAY "CHARGE IT Mom IOW PRICI 13.99 Hoyt Chnrgt Account Valid ot all 3 Heyt Stores DOWNTOWN 606 3rd Ave. S. Phont 327-5767 NORTH-LETHBRIDGE 324 13th St. N. Phone 328-4441 ;