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OCTOBER 10, 1974
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Juvenile^ crime statistics and
? commentary on today's youth.
criminologists maintain that if
established patterns of juvenile
behavior remain constant, more
than 70 percent of our present
youthful offenders will become
It appears certain that without.
parental guidance, the r
criminologists' forecasts could
become reality. Law
enforcement officials readily
agree . that the burden of
responsibility should rest
squarely on the shoulders of .
parents; pointing out that most
crimes involving juveniles could
be avoided if parents had cared.
Teenagers are involved in
rape, robbery, burglary,
aggravated assault, shoplifting,
theft. and arson. Even more
depressing, an alarming number
of iuveniles arp rnmmittina
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serious crimes in association
with adults - and teenagers and
subteens alike from all economic
backgrounds are experimenting
with and trafficking in mind- ,
j YOUR ROLE AS A
!? # ?- PARENT
There's no "pat" method of
raising good kids - it's often
exasperating, but always
Parents who care, raise better
citizens - caring simply means
taking an active interest in your
children's - activities; being
forceful but understanding;
being willing to accept their
pitfalls and being ready to listen.
In short, bridging that "long, long
chasm" between your time and
theirs which they call the
Some of these new apartment
buildings have walls so thin that
when one lady peels onions the
people next door cry too.
Get Rich Quick
A few people know how to get
rich quick ? they're able to determine
when a piece of junk
mind iiuu an anuque.
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The $1 penalty.
Your bank may be imposing a $1
your checking account drops belo
minimum And that's in addition to
per-check service charge It could
extra-Si2 per year The easiest.wathis
penalty is affecting you is to lc
latest checking statement, or call \
It may have already cost you $1
No penalties at Wbchovia.
You can have free checking if you
$100 minimum balance or use Wa
Ready ReservAccounMo. maintain >
balance If however, you do not ta
of these opfrons the per-check c-ha
The Forsyth Mental Health
Association and the Pfafftown
Jaycees are finalizing their plans
for the Third Annual Mental
Health Bike-a-thon to be held on
October 20 at the Winston Salem
Approximately 1500 riders are
expected to ride the 25 mile route
at 1:30. The ride will begin at the
coliseum; go north on University
Parkway to Stanleyville; south
on Hanes Mill Road; west on
Beck's Church, Murray, and
Walker Roads to Old Town; south
on Bethania, Reynolda, and
Bethabara; through Wake Forest
campus and back to the coliseum.
The Pfafftown Jaycettes will
serve Hawaian Punch at each
check pbiftt. *
Community effort Is
imperative in making the bike-athon
a success. The public can be
involved either by riding or by
sponsoring one or more riders in
his neighborhood. Many
urgtuiizauuus are giving mum ui
their time to make this a sate and
enjoyable event. The 230th
Support Battalion of the North
Carolina National Guard will
provide six radio equipped jeeps
and twelve men to maintain
constant communications along
the route. The Winston-Salem
Police Department, Forsyth
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County Sheriff's Department,
and the Ranger Patrol will aid in
the control of traffic for the
safety of the riders. The WinstonSalem
Rescue squad will provide
men at each check point; an
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emergency vehicle will be on
hand as well as Dr. David Nelson
of Forsyth Emergency Services,
Hawaian Punch and prizes
have been contributed by R.J.
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Reynolds Foods and Bocock
Stroud. Prizes are awarded on
the basis of the most money
turned in by the rider in each
category. A stereo will be
awarded to the rider under
sixteen and a $100 savings bond to
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the most money by October 28th.
Watches will be given to the
runners up in each age group and
to the rider with the most unusual
bike. Trophies will be given to the
oldest, youngest, and fastest
rider. To encourage family
participation, the -tartiijy who
turns in the most money v^ill be
awarded a $50 gift Certificate
from Thruway Food Fair.
The Winston-Salem Polar
Twins will be on hand to sign
autographs and get the riders off
to a good start. They will give
away 20 free tickets and 1000 half
price coupons to riders who finish
for their opening game of the
season to be played that evening
beginning at 7:45.
Sponsor sheets are available at
all Wachovia Banks, Eckerds
Drug Stores, recreation centers and
schools and, colleges in the
area. Get your sponsors early
and let's all raise money and Bike
for Mental Health,