The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 43
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 43

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 7, 1962
Page 43
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SHORT RIBS ine/ miD A muE WAUL. ABOUT so WGH ACROSS trtS TOWN. »iiiiVtig'«i«l«<iii it»-. ANVGOOO BR.1CK MASON COULD DO It IN AN AfT^RNPON'. FORWEBKS IT MAKES By Frank O'Neal JUST LOOK. AT TM^ WAUU WB BUlUT AND Alt BVEl^ Gt-X \9 AM OCCASIONAU MENTION IN SOME HISTORY BOOK'. VKAfOWWMAT? .1. we filVE too MUCt+ TRUE • W« »tnd lo. Modern literature, , producer Jerry Wald says, "Por- droma, fllmi and enterfolnment tend to preient the darlcilde with little attention to the. po*1»ive aspect* of human nature. Film nographic poifcords ore not art. And film sensationalism is not good motion picture malting., good drama or good entertainnriont," • ARE MORE CLOSE- MOUtkEP ABOUT THEIR WORK? -SUCCESSFUL • UNJSUCCESePULD PONT CONFUSE COURTING wiTHpATINQ! THEv ^RE NOT TttE SAME! , •«>^.VvMij*fWr*,fJ^wt?la:^In'any"cast, feeling H5» fw[» . *lra!ff»itf<»j er i^r(;)rfor;ypor*el^ doesn't make beite/,< for-jjood r«la^i'onshi]$i. 15 PANCING AlP •''0 SOCIAL ACCEPTANCE? . ' YESD MOD I'l © I'f-i In N\rT„ Nrw»f- SyiiH.. Inr. n\ Ani«ric« Yei. Dr, Alma Hawkins, head of UCLA's dance </epartment, lays that because dancing is a popular form of recreation, young people especially feel that skill in dancing is a must for social acceptance. Fac< ed with more social activity, more time for lei-, sure and recreation, a person finds creative outlets in dancing that may satisfy basic needs for sdcioi acceptance. Right. In dating, the main, if not the only, purpose is fun. In courting, you're mutually exploring each other as persons. You try out your feelings on each other. You open up as you would not do on a mere date. In dating, you're "just looking"; In courting, you really want "to buy.' MORTY MEEKLE Dick Cavdili

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