The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 4, 1997 · Page 51
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SPEAK OUT BOOK BANS: "I was incensed about the [local] debate whether to ban The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. I can understand banning porn, but a classic? School is a place of discovery, not forced Ignorance." Eiko Clark, 17,12th grade, Charles Wright Academy, Tacoma, Wash. TOO MANY RULES: "I live in the Missouri Ozarks. Many teens here would like more outside activities but are so restricted that it makes being a teen unbearable at times." Chris Giambrone, 16,10th grade, Forsyth High School, Branson, Mo. HANGING OUT: "The [local] movie theater no longer allows people to 'hang out.' Where do we go? We value our freedom just as much as everyone else." Micaela Bombard, 15,10th grade, Harwood Union High School, Duxbury, Vt. MEDIA LIMITS: "V-chips and Internet restrictions are pointless, because there will always be a loophole, You'll go to someone else's house orturnofftheV-chip." Nick Hill, 17, llth grade, Fort Morgan (Colo.) High School PARENTS' RIGHTS: "Parents should have the right to install a V- chip to block offensive TV shows (for] kids 10 or younger. There should be restrictions on the Internet; some things teens don't need to know." Khyla McNeese, 15, ninth grade, Louisville (Miss.) High School ; You can order copies of this special issue with the original survey. The price includes shipping and handling. Specify "Teens & Freedom." Send your request and a check or money order to the address below. AUow 6-8 weeks for delivery. 1 5 10 $2.50 $6 $10 Rocht Uboratories '' A Mgntw otto Roche Group Roche laboratories Inc Nutley, New Jersey 07110-1199 v flocne jocfitofius KC M r-y^;s «tw> Pads. Creams. Gels. Cleansers. Your son has probably tried them all. But if they haven't gotten rid of his acne, maybe it's time to take him to the doctor. Your son may not want to go. And, like many young men his age, he may even downplay his acne. But he does want something that works. Look how hard he tries with treatments that haven't worked. Only a doctor can decide which acne treatments he needs. Maybe your son's acne can be cleared up. Take him to a doctor. Brought to you by Roche, a leader in dermatology FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ACNE, CALL TOLL FREE 1«888-CLEAR UP Have your son check us out on the internet! http://www.facefacts.com USA WEEKEND • May 2-4,1887 8

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