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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 22, 1959, Kingsport, TennesseeZzz. 17 who think Public food mkt. A Klaus foot John k. Williams parents teeters clash Over curfew Valleydale breakfast Bacon la b. A. Fields grocery save everyday in Everyway at your Sav mor food stores Ballard Pillsbury or Borden canned biscuits of 10 for hum co shortening i by lug knit Uili sekt i of hit Gilbert Soulli in Cerardi co. I Many Amei Ciui parents think there should be a Law to help them control their Tun Ngu youngsters. Sixty five per cent Tola us in n recent Survey hint they favored a Legal curfew. A curfew would tend to eliminate family disputes they said 1 on coming Home hours. But actually tar from eliminating conflict this sets ill one the teen agers themselves indicated i another poll last Spring that they favor codes of behaviour condition Flat they be allowed to help write the codes. Most of them Cut that parents arc too strict and too old fashioned to draw up it workable code on hours and general behaviour. A Legal pm cow , might be More enforceable than a voluntary code but it in t Likely Tinl officials would consult teen ers on determining curfew hours. Curfew has group App Cal Trie parents expressed the thought in this turnabout Survey that the teen agers would accept a Legal curfew because it would tic in with their desire to be like the rest of the crowd. Tills very desire was men Lonec repeatedly by the teen agers them selves As a Good reason for hav ing a Community code. However some of the parents comments indicate that teen aged sons and a ugh ters might not agree on the prope hour for a Legal curfew. Children can see and hear a that is Good for them by 1 wrote Joe a Davids of lather of one1 child in Cal Seville ind. The one third who opposed Legal curfews for teen agers Felt teen cars and parents should make their own family rules to fit individual i circumstances. tragedian of Miami fla., put. Can t regulate All youngsters under the same standards. Some arc. As mature or More so ciders yet others Are emotional babies and should be treated As i a cols parents split three to two on the question of whether teen agers arc worse than their parents used to be. Sixty per cent of the parents. Maintained that there is More crime and delinquency in their children s schools than there was when were teen agers. Oddly., enough fathers took a critic finally enjoys at least one quiz show by Charles Mercer new York 1 never in ought it would happen. I be found myself thoroughly in Joyine a television quiz show. It is be College bowl lbs to. Sundays. 5 . E5t in which teams of students from two colleges compete against each Oiler in the area of information and knowledge. There s no hokum about the program. Panel Moderator Allen Ludden runs a forthright show. Each week s winning team receives a scholarship for us school from the sponsor and goes on to compete against an other College the next week. The losing learn a s500 scholar ship Lor its school. What i enjoy most about the program is watching the faces and reactions of the kids. I also in Job observing How much purely Aca Dumic information i be forgot Len since i was in College 20 years ago. Ludden told me the of her that he requires a variety of ques Lions involving not Only pc Colic recall but relating information to reasoning Powers. The questions arc made up by a new York re searcher. Nancy fobs. Ludden. Author of two books on problems of the younger Genera Tion presided Over the radio ancestor of television s College enthusiasm for inc program among colleges and universities is tremendous he says. As far As he knows the Only College Ali Iii has declined to participate is har Vard. He docs not know Why. Inch More dismal View of their ill run than the did. Sixty sex per cent of the fathers Aid there is More crime now Ilian Hen pop was a boy. Only 55 per cent of the mothers greed. 1 Are its selves yet More mothers favored n be Al curfew than fathers. Mothers Otid 00 per cent for the curfew Lilly Only 0-1 per cent of the tit hrs backed the idea. More mothers than fathers also a posed n per cent of he mothers against Only 30 per Cut of the fathers. This was by aus six Pel cent of the fathers declined to give any opinion while ii the mothers had something o say. The parents who Felt there is More crime and delinquency among today s teeters mostly blamed at least other adults. A Boston Mother wrote unit in ice youth children were brought up stricter and with More respect or older Lucille Hopkins of Eugene ore., declared it in t the fault of the teen agers. Parents Ulm Educa tors arc More anxious to whine about juvenile delinquency than work at solving the parents who defender today s teeters generally Cut that there May be More publicity but not much More a illness. There arc always some troublesome children in any Genera said a Providence r. I. Mother. In any Case almost All parents 88 per cent arc pleased with the where a Licor own evil agers Are growing up. A typical answer came from mrs. Aimer Ardal who hns three children growing up in Fergus rails. Minn. All the neighbors arc Fine poo she said. Questions asked do you believe that there should be a Legal curfew time when teen agers must be Home Why arc you satisfied with the a Cleli boyhood in which your children arc being brought up Why is there More crime and a clan Quency in your children s schoo or among their classmates than there was when you were a teen Ager Why the important ingredient in mrs. Filberts Margarine is family Pride Margarine 3-lb. Can 69 Chase Sanborn a Fiburn instant coffees Goz. Jarw v miss Liberty Oleo Margarine 1-lb, gun Eatwell pilchards 300 can 19 salad dressing quart Jar Gold medal Macaroni 7-oz. Box 10 Hunt s peach halves can Seal Sweet Orange juice 1111 46-oz. Can v v Tony dog food Phillips Jfe be Franks 10 12-oz. Can w Dubuque potted meat 3-oz, tin fresh produce text luncheon meat 12-Qz. Can chef boy a Dee Spaghetti and meat balls for hot breads for sliced breads for vegetables far All the Good tilings you love Hie Sweet fresh Lasic of mrs. Filberts the Lender Way this Margarine culs Hie smooth Rich spreading the delicious Way it Inells. These Are the qualities the Filbert family insists Oil in every Pound of mrs. Filbert s Margarine. Made fresh Day mrs. Filbert s Margarine is always Sweet fresh eating. Enjoy it soon. Makes a proud pie crust Ever. For your baking for frying mrs. Filbert s is Llic family Cook s Best Friend. Look for in in the refrigerated Case at your store next Lime you slip. Wp1s.m.v. Fiuek wort More Gold stamp Jan. Special of to. First time Ever a full size 8-cup Cory Glass Coffee Brewer la Corona 4-oz. Tin Vienna sausage 10 Clorox laundry bleach 2 quart Alcoa aluminium foil 25 Roll 29 Sauer s pure Black Pepper 3-oz. Box 19 Bayer baby aspirin 25c shut s meats for babies 2 for 49c monday and tuesday double wort More Gold Stamps Sunshine Kristy crackers my. Box 25c Sav mor food stores

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