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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 28, 1960, Racine, Wisconsin Racine set Nat bulletin Auff. 28, info Sec. 1, pare 5 a fellow needs a car to win a girl say some teenagers. The idea is portrayed in left photo by Rita Tempesta 17, of 1924 Howe St. And Richard Nagy 17, of 4416 Durand ave. Right photo automobile decision for parents should students own Auto engines fascinate some teenagers and owning an automobile provides an educational experience some argue. Working Over their Auto Are Nagy left and Ferraro. In High school Lii Glicr licensing age for Drivers. And Many High schools and universities throughout the country have already totally banned the driving of aulos to school grounds but those who have studied the problem on a More scientific basis believe a general restriction not the Best solution. This is indeed a Mobile a a. To ban driving for All youngsters is unfair to Many who Are capable and careful. The critical Factor is not necessarily age. It s More Likely to be personality and Man tally. For instance Many students who own cars and make poor grades would got Low Marks car or no car. Some of them want a car because they make Low grades just As some turn to delinquency when frustrated in conventional avenues to Success. High school principals in wealthy communities report that cars Don t usually hinder studies where Well heeled parents Bear operating costs of vehicles their off Spring drive. Robert l. Milliken a South Dakota state College counsel for the unmarried male under or compared grades of South 25 is insurance. He pays double for minimum insurance Dakota male freshmen with cars against grades of fresh editor s note this article has been prepared for Phi Delta Kappa professional education fraternity by John Corey former Newspaperman and now a member of the department of education and Public relations director of appalachian state teachers College Boone . Pal of Park students had cars. And what of Clos vice principal observed annually. High school believes the failing pupils a jolting 8, per that the High school car owner up to .$400 his penalty for in without cars. When Slu causing .$125 million in prop t ends with similar ability were erty damage and bodily injury compared there was Little Dif combination of time car owners must work and the time they spend driving their cars takes too big a time Lump out of the for students to handle their school program adequately. Legally the schools cannot prohibit the students from driving to school. Mills therefore believes that the Ling he estimates that on any cent had the use of wheels can actually Joy ride himself schools ban autos this and other studies some " put out of an education. He some companies Knock frence in Grade averages. The average College student s in and maturity Are 10 i higher of course than the a Many teenagers take part time after school jobs to support the maintenance and operation costs of their automobiles. One of the types of after school jobs is illustrated by Terry 1 Curraro 17, above of 1827 Howe St. Dents drive to school. He Points out that some Are family cars driven to school Only one Day a week in Case of bad weather or because of the distance students live from school. Should Junior own a car while in High school parents make a crucial decision when they answer this even Day about 8 per cent question. And it s not to be of Park High school Stu avoided. In our Mobile society Junior s almost certain to bring the matter to a head. His arguments May boil Down to this used cars Are inexpensive nowadays. Machines that actually run can be bought for less than 5100, not much More a Idaho High school Prici than a bicycle. A year triggered a Chain walking to school from his of car Grado Distant suburban Home pains Clation ships when he reported him. And to knows ifs even f " night a Stu More painful for mom and dad v to chauffeur. A Cess to a can be educational Orade and caring for,., one s own Auto a " to a tonal. It s like tailing an i " Lve cars to school course in science. A " l to what s More this is the " i pm i d wheel age. Who walks that s for squares. Alcor our Odom is there a Parent anywhere who has t heard the All my was t hosd/7o/ s friends do argument Bull i i a i Junior Nav not put in so of bpm not Lito a Thor a wind up quitting school per cent off the Premium if rage High schooler s. Hair who n of i a " it tics to the youngster has taken a drive All of this Points up the fact 01 Man n w hit of set a Job so he can keep the or education course but rates 1 ? lion Assn. M a a. Mimun la ,.no in ,.1 whether a High schoo Young Survoy the opinions of p in. . Frightening. A pals , teachers pupils usually find their car a rate car depends largely on the in 2. Can he maintain and , if you As the Parent can an and pupils 01 in slates. Upkeep and operation costs among youth some observers div dual. How would you judge the car without devoting less War an objective yes to these among results of the Nea s much higher than they e.\-think, indicates that Young him Lime and interest to study i. ,. To id 2 / month canvass 95 per cent peeled. One source puts the sters Are generally too Imma i i. Does he look upon a car 3. Can he generally be a. Junior s i be a Safe bet with a car. If not when a vehicle in his hands is As dangerous As a loaded gun Horn fire holi ovo hit the i pm " to Ciufu. Une Sluice Puis Ine sters Are generally Loo Imma i. Does he look upon a car 3. Can he generally front must he the rent in of educators believe that cais minimum yearly expense for Ture to drive aulos much less primarily As and trusted to exercise judge Ine in Cir a can and do drag grades Down a car at about $1,000. J own them. In some states Opin not As a status Symbol offer and make Wise decisions a William Condit a los an one of the major Cost items Ion leaders have called for a ing Power and prestige you re not around Many words his most compel Init motive a vehicle increases social prestige. Girls go for boys with cars. A student without wheels feels like a nobody. Junior Tirc snails n Good Case. Put Check him hell Proli ably omit one important negative Point. Too often Good grades and cars Don t mix Burbank. Calif Law Ciao ugly awaiting surgery at Burbank Hospital attendants by his lengthy absences from his bed. Nurse Betty Loyola told police Burnis l. Winford was missing on four occasions. Upon his final return she said Winford s room sni Elled of alcohol. She notified the administrator and was in Kiti in in can Swea fsr soft a id l j or Ops a cd e Pic Salty m h and in Vino in rep Dick , White 36 to. That s the opinion of Many educators across the continent from California to new cd to discharge the Alicel at once. Car owns student a Racine principal Harold r. Mills of William Horlick High school thinks that if a student owns a car the car begins to own the student. He explained that often limes a student works so Many hours to finance the car s operation that he neglects his Homework. Leroy Ludeman Princl bul Winford 37, refused id leave. Miss Loyola called police. They look Winford to jail. He was released Friday on $26 bail pending trial sept. 20 on a charge of drunkenness. Long sleeve Pullover George Dewey hero of Manila was the Only Admiral of the Navy of the United states. 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