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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Cd High Point Enterprise. Thursday october is 1174 what Young people think youth likes fast food chains by Nancy Gilbert the youth service with the rising Cost of food it would be no wonder if Many people did no to frequent restaurants. Nevertheless of the 484 High school and College students polled there were quite a number who said that they did Dine out a and often. Sixteen per cent of those polled said their family ate out either once or twice a week while 23 per cent said their families ate dinner out Between three and four times a month. Some preferred the sort of places their families generally frequent. They were As follows a Nice restaurants usually cafeteria style a says Anna Schupbach. 16, of Clever to. Quot fast food chains a says Kathie Ishler 15, of Lemont. A. A Middle class places usually family claims Laurie Toman 18, of Mayfield Heights. Ohio. Pizza places Taco joints or cancer researcher reports getting Quot really hungry once a Day during childhood and adolescence May enhance a person s chances for Good health during adulthood a cancer researcher reports. A variety of studies have shown that animals on caloric ally restricted diets appear to have less cancer and degenerative disease than animals on unrestricted diets Van r. Potter pad cd Mcardle laboratories University of Wisconsin says. But the researcher admits. Getting people to reduce food consumption let alone fast would be difficult. Of you buy a Thomas Organ Lawrence Welk will help you learn to play it Lawrence Wert has compiled a special music program that every member of your family can enjoy. There Are hundreds of songs for preschoolers to adults and you la be amazed at How easy they Are to play on a themes Organ with color Glo. Come in and Ewe a Thomas Organ today. Moore music Sii we Al us a in Ltd a i if Tom mfg Mcdonalds a says Kristie Williams 13 of Clever to. Quot Burger King a a a Mcdonalds or pizza hut. I guess that about says it All a says Bill Gold 15. Of Clever to. A Nice inexpensive places which Are cafeteria style a notes Jerry Wilson 17, of Jefferson to. Quot Nice moderately priced sit Down Friendly atmosphere Type says hot pm Emmet. 15. Of Dallas. A any cheap place where the food is acceptable a claims Dick sorrel 18. Of Bloomfield. . Seventy five per cent said that on occasions they go to the Many fast food chains that Are available. Thirty three per cent said they go to these places a fairly often a 31 per cent say they go Quot once in a while a 19 per cent said a very often and 13 per cent said the rest gave no answer. To the question a do you think fast food chains serve their purpose or do you think they could be improved upon in some Way a came the following responses a i really like them As they Are. They Are fast and cheap and serve pretty Good says Mamie to Manning 20, of Republic to. Quot they serve their purpose for sure. They get your food to you in a hurry and its pretty Good notes Sally Cooperstein 17, of Clever. To. Quot i think there s room for improvement. The food is not that Good and some that i be been in Are not clean either a says Tammy Hinchey 17, of Clever to. A they could be improved upon. In some that i be been in. The food is cold and Greasy when it should be hot a notes Greg Brown 14, of Billings to. Quot they Are the perfect answer to a Guy who wants to buy a meal for a girl and Hasni to got Money a says Steven Watking. 16. Of Stamford. Conn. No jail break for him Kingston England was a Peter Mcmahon 24, made the mistake of having two attractive girl friends. One live too Yards Down the Road to the left the other lived too Yards Down the Road to the right. Both wanted to marry him. Peter decided that the Only Way to break with the two of them was to get sent to jail. So he stole a neighbors car and was caught driving out of town in court he valiantly pleaded guilty to taking the car. Driving without a License and anything else he could think of. Poor Peter he received Only a years probation. Hey mom 8x10 color portrait �?�if�?�1-41 last Chance before Christmas birth age 3 absolutely free Over age 3-48c one per family please portraits must be picked up by the Parent. Friday 11 00 a.m.-7 00 . Saturday 11 00 a.m.-5 00 . Saunders Hobby and to land College Village shopping Center student run bus line is most successful system St. Louis a the Chunkey red bus with the giant yellow fireman a hat on lop yes fireman a hat a looks like a Cross Between a Disney world creation and the delusion of your local fire Marshall after his fifth Martini. Actually it is the rolling Stock of perhaps the most successful Campus transportation system in the nation the Saint Louis University a fire line. This self supporting student run bus line costs the students nothing to ride preserves them from the dangers of hitchhiking and is being used this fall by More than 3.000 kids each Day to travel Between the univer sity s sprawling Urban campuses in Midtown St. Louis. Currently there Are three of these Apple red behemoths trundling through the St. I Ouis Street and University administrators and admitting that they seem to to the Long sought solution to the growing transportation and of course it took a student to find the answer. Entrepreneur Larry Kuntz a 1973 marketing graduate created the fire line transportation service last year and achieved Success where Only dismal failure had resulted previously. Breakdowns and the Long Waits undid past attempt at mass transit for students and saw them return to the streets with raised thumbs. Not so now. Engines receive i overhauling by students and there s no shortage of Drivers to assure that the buses will make their appointed rounds on schedule. The student a strap hangers love the ride making new acquaintances having laughs munching peanuts Courtesy of the fire line from a big wooden barrel behind the Drivers seat and grooving on the stereo Rock music t speakers in All four coners of the bus complemented appropriately by the psychedelic Interior decor. A everyone wins. And the students get to class on time. Always on duty. Work in Comfort in our easy care easy clean Vinyl Utility oxfords. White in women s sizes 5-10 our regular 4.97 duty shoe 333 Poncet in effect thru novt Stoer 3. 1974, open Hio s. Main at Wardjr Gable sales 6 piece Vaughn Bassett Early american design. Includes Dresser Mirror Chest night stand headboard and foot Stool regular j65000 clearance of dinettes Stoneville dinettes showroom samples save 50�/< now $359 00 Claude Cable sales company i a j 2017 Logan Street High Point . Of Little til 919 886-5116 or 886-5117 in 9 c 4j n flu i to j n 2 my to of Al o my in 4 a 11 "9 4 z -4 i o 0 it 7 ranch last Days Samuel Hyman s 44th anniversary Sale Quot save 20% on ail Diamond solitaires wedding bands fancy Stone rings with diamonds sapphires rubies emeralds men s and ladies Stone amp birthstone rings 20% a a silverware International Sterling Lunt Sterling heirloom Sterling 20% 33 1/3% off open Stock and sets China save 18% 20% on sets amp open Stock famous Brand names Crystal dept. Save 20% 30% on 72 patterns of Crystal Lay a Way for Christmas at Sale prices 09r us i in in High paint 136 South main Strei hours 9 to 5 30 Dait

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