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MONDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1963
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Silver Spring PTA
Dr. Belmont M. Farley, director
of the radio and press division of
the National Education Associa
tion, will speak on “Education in
Television” at a meeting of the
Montgomery Knolls Elementary
School PTA at 8 p.m. tomorrow
in the school auditorium. Frank
lin avenue and Old Bladensburg
road, Silver Spring.
Thrifty people now earn two per cent on their
savings accounts at the Union Trust Company. Accounts
from $5 to SIO,OOO are welcomed. Larger amounts may
be accepted at the discretion of a bank officer.
We invite you to come in and open a savings account,
at either convenient Union Trust Office. We supply you
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SOLDIER BEFORE AND AFTER OPERATION.—George W.
Jorgensen, jr., who underwent operations for a change of sex,
is shown as he looked when he served in the Army and now as
a strikingly beautiful woman living in Denmark.
Ex-GI Is Happy as Doctors
In Denmark Change His Sex
By tho Associated Press
COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Dec.
I.—Christine Jorgensen, 26, an
attractive blond, awaited happily
today her final release from a
Danish hospital where she under
went hormone treatments and
surgery changing her from a man
into a woman.
She will return home soon to
the Bronx section of New York
City, where she grew up as George
Jorgensen, jr., son of a carpenter.
The change took about two
years. During that time, between
trips to the hospital, Christine
was able to study color photog
raphy. She hopes to pursue that
profession in the United States.
“I’m happy to have become a
woman and I think many more
people who are unhappy as I
was before should follow my ex
ample,” she told a reporter at
Rigs Hospitalet, the Danish state
Was Clerk in Army.
Miss Jorgensen said she had
been called up for a few months’
duty by the United States Army,
but spent most of the time as a
clerk in an office.
Dr. Christian Hamburger, Dan- 1
Nation’s Dogs Endorse Rival;
Sales Soar to 793 Million Cans
CHICAGO (RN)—You can’t fool a
dog when it comes to food! He knows
what he wants and needs, and be
cause the Rival Dog Food Company
has given America’s dogs what they
want, sales of Rival have soared to
793,621,560 cans, with more millions
added to this amazing total each week.
All dogs like meat, so the Rival
formula calls for plenty of meat, en
hanced in food value with nourishing
grains and other essentials. This appe
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ish hormone expert, who directed
. the countless injections his pa
tient received along with surgical
operations by several leading
Danish surgeons, refused to de
scribe Miss Jorgensen’s treatment
I in detail.
He confirmed, however, that her j
treatment and her change fromj
1 man to woman would be com-,
pleted soon and that she would
leave the hospital then.
The boy-to-girl transformation!
1 was revealed in New York last
night in a copyrighted article by
1 the New York Daily News, which
said Christine in a letter to her
father said the process had taken
Nature’s Mistake Corrected.
The news gave these details:
After discharge from the Army
George enrolled in a New York
medical Institute to study the
workings of sex glands and hor-'
During a trip to California, the
youth met a doctor who told him
of sex conversion work being done
in Denmark and three years age
ihe went there, ostensibly to study
'color photography, and put him-
nation is naturally rich in the vitamins,
minerals and proteins which give dogs
flashing eyes, thick coats, solid bone
and muscle. Chlorophyllin is added to
prevent breath and body odors.
A recent addition to the already
huge, sun-lit Rival plant now makes
it the world’s largest dog food can
ning plant. Here, each step in Rival’s
manufacture is laboratory-checked to
assure a wholesome food that will
keep big dogs or small dogs, pups or
oldsters healthy and energetic.
AS A MODEL.—The New York
Daily News says this is a pic
ture of George W. Jorgensen,
! jr., now known as Christine,
as she appears today.
—AP Wire photos
self in the hands of Dr. Ham
The News said the elder Jor-
Jgensen learned of the change in
his child in a letter from her in
iwhich she wrote: “Nature made
j the mistake which I have had cor
rected and now I am your daugh
ter.” She inclosed pictures of her
self in girls’ clothes— a pretty,
very feminine-looking blonde.
“You see, I was afraid for a
much more horrible illness of the
mind. ... I want you to know
that I am extremely happy and
that the real me, not the physical
me. was not changed,” the letter
The News said the elder Jor
gensen called a conference of all
his closest friends and they all
agreed the right thing had been
At the Jorgensen Bronx home,
Christine’s mother confirmed re
ceipt of a letter telling of the
transformation and added:
“We are sure Christine George
will make out well as a girl.”
35 Killed, 400 Injured
In Johannesburg Tornado
By tha Associated Press
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa,
Dec. I.—An estimated 35 Negroes
were killed and more than 400
injured last night by a tornado
jthat flattened a flimsy mud and
brick squatters’ settlement, Al
bertynsville. on the edge of
The government’s strict racial
segregation policy was forgotten
as whites rushed to help. They
turned their car lights on the
wreckage. Then, by the hundreds,
they dug through the rubble for
hours to free the injured and
take out bodies.
Mayor Hymie Miller dispatched
! half the city’s buses to carry refu
! gees to police barracks and
started arranging accommoda
tions for nearly 4,000 homeless.
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Churchill Marks 78lh Year;
40-Pound Cake Is Served
By th« Auociottd Press
LONDON, Dec. I—Winston
Churchill went back to work to
day after a 78th birthday dinner
with his family and a 40-pound
cake shaped like the doughty
Prime Minister’s well - known
square black hat.
Mr. Churchill spent the birth
day morning yesterday in slippers
and lounging robe at 10 Downing
street reading cards and cables
from round the world.
At noon a crowd of more than
100, including some American
tourists, cheered him as he and
his wife left for a private luncheon
with friends. Beaming with
health, Mr. Churchill replied with
his famous V-for-victory finger
Tea back at Downing Street and
the* family dinner party wound
up the day.
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Youth, 17, Held in Murder
Os Norfolk News Vendor
By tho Associated Press
NORFOLK, Va., Dec. I.—One
of the greatest manhunts in Nor
folk’s history has been climaxed
with the placing of a murder
charge against a 17-year-old
Spartanburg (S. C.) youth.
The youth, Allen Carroll Pruett,
was returned here from his home
by officers yesterday and formally
accused of the brutal knife slaying
of 71-year-old news huckster
Harry J. Ganly.
Mr. Ganly's body, bearing nine
wounds in the shoulder, back and
chest, was discovered November
21 in a back room of his news
Police said the crime apparently
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