Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 22
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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22 Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 Philadelphia Teaches Sex In Schools By LEE UNDER PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The teacher spoke about the human body and told how babies are born. Some of the junior high school pupils reddened, a bit embarrassed as they avoided the sly glances of their classmates. Others snickered. Most, however, took the subject seriously and listened intently. Sex education is an important part of the curriculum of Philadelphia's junior and senior public high schools. What sex is taught to children 13 and older in segregated classes? Either all boys with a male teacher, or all girls with a female teacher. The Philadelphia Board of Education has been teaching about Mute you, -Met Miclcelbenvis COLD CUTS^e^f "marriage problems and social hygiene"—a more high-sounding description of sex — for more than 25 years. Teachers don't preach, they describe. They don't moralize or condemn. They don't advise or suggest, they tell children who want personal answers to personal questions—which teachers can't handle under state school laws—to see their parents, clergymen or doctors. "We try to develop an attitude so youngsters will make up their own mind," says Benjamin L. Stackowski, director of the division of physical and health education. Dorothy R. McQueen, Stackowski's assistant, says full discussion of marriage problems formerly was confined to the senior high classes—with pupils generally 17 and 18— "but we have found this age level is too late." The health education course, last revised in 1950, is being reviewed so younger boys and girls can be reached. Philadelphia public school pu­ pils get hygiene once a week, for 45 mlrfutes. Sex is only part of the course. They also are taught about foods, diet, first aid, exercise, community health. and and Were New Windsor Home Greets Family Guests NEW WINDSOR - Mr. Mrs. Raymond Anderson family of Emerald, Wis weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Swanson, and visited other relatives in this area. Mrs. Delia Anderson returned Oct. 10 from a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Smith at Moline. Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrn Carlson relumed Friday from a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pollard at Palmyra, Mo. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Add Vegetables To Bland Italian Squash Hamburgers Mashed Potatoes Zucchini Medley Bread Tray Upside down Cake Beverage Zucchini Medley V\ cup butter or margarine 1 large onion, cut into thift strips 1 pound (2 medium) zucchini, sliced into thill rounds 1 small green pepper, cut into thin strips 2 large tomatoes, each cut into 8 wedges 1 teaspoon salt V\ teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoons sugar V* teaspoon allspice In a skillet (10 inches of larger) melt butter; add onioH and zucchini and mix Well with butter. Cover and cook gently, stirring a few times, just until zucchini Is tender — 5 minutes or so. Add green pepper and tomatoes; sprinkle with salt, pepper, sugar and allspice; mix well. Cover and cook just until tomatoes are hot through. Makes 6 servings. Free Train Ride for the Kids RIDE THE MINIATURE TRAIN LOCATED AT THE BENNER FOOD STORE ON FREMONT AND SEMINARY. FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ALL THREE GALESBURG STORES, Thursday, Friday & Saturday Train Rides - 10 A.M. ta 6 P.M. Each Day LOWER FOOD PRICES SHOP BOTH HI-LO FOOD STORES IN GALESBURG BUTTERNUT Coffee GERBER STRAINED BABY FOOD FOR 2-LB. TIN 3-LB. TIN Swift's PM Coral Brand M.19 *1J9 IVORY SOAP PERSONAL SIZf 4 *, 29* CAMAY BATH SIZE 2 For 31 £ ZEST REG. SIZE 2 » 29< IVORY Liquid 22 OZ. BTL. 65c c TURKEYS -39c REG. JAR CUDAHY'S MAYBELLE RAGGEDY ANN Small Whole—303 Tin GREEN BEANS 2 » 39c 8 Lb.. $|00 COLORED OLEO 1 • ••• • BRACHS OAK HILL Chocolate Covered PEACHES CHERRIES 49c POST TOASTIES TM 4 for $ l°° 14 " 0Z - B0X RAGGEDY ANN 2Vi Tin RAGGEDY ANN 27c SIZE CORN FLAKES 19c 12-OZ. PKG. 39c CERTIFIED RED LABEL Sauer Kraut 300 Tin 10c BAGGIES NEW GARBAGE SIZE 20 count 59c RAGGEDY ANN Apple Sauce 25c Salad Dressing & 39c Lean Boiling Beef lb. 29c Boneless Beef Stew _Jb. 69c LEAN TENDER BEEF SHORT STEAK ........ lb. 69c Fresh Bulk Oysters. _ pt. $1.19 FLAKO Shortening KORN TOP SMOKED (READY TO EAT) u mure WHOLE HAM lb. 41c FULL SHANK HALF 45c SHANK PORTION lb. 39c BUTT PORTION lb. 49c CERTIFIED RED LABEL FLOUR RATH MULBERRY SLICED BACON 2 a. 59c ALL MEAT BOLOGNA Lb. 39c 49c GOVT. INSPECTED WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS WITH $3 FRESH MEAT WITHOUT 23c ORDER 29c ORDER FRESH GROUND HAMBURGER » 3 LBS. FOR $1.25 SIRLOIN STEAK PIN BONE CUT 79c SIRLOIN STEAK CENTER CUT 89c 25-oz. Jar MEADOW GOLD Cottage Cheese 2 d!: 29c CHEF'S DELIGHT Cheese Spread 2 -Lb. Box ^egS* U.S. NO. 1 NORTH DAKOTA RED Lb. lag WITH $5.00 GROCERY ORDER SWEET POTATOES »10c POTATOES WITHOUT GROCERY ORDER-*49c MUSCATINE SWEETS

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