Clipped From Star Tribune
JUST ASK: I 1 Chief Elmer Hart, 10228 Queen Av., Bloomington: Bloomington's curfew law reads that at any supervised school or reputable organization's activity, minors must go directly home after the function. If they do, we don't enforce the curfew. Our curfew is 10 p.m. Should curfew laws be enforced for minors? Minneapoli Tribune photo-interview by Russell Bull A Mi " "1 . Mrs. Dave Haeg, 9953 Harriet, Bloomington: Chief Wayne Bennett, 5925 Wooddale Av., Edina: Yes, it should be enforced all over . our state. It's the parents' responsibility to see that their children are home at the proper time. I think it's a definite must to fine the parents if their children are out after curfew. Yes. Edina's ordinance says that children under the age of 14 cannot be on the streets between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless accompanied by parents. Between the ages'of 14 and 18, they cannot loiter. t. Lorraine Arle, 10820 Irwin Av., Bloomington: Children under 16 found pn the streets after curfew time should be" taken to jail and held there until their parents call for them. The police should give the parents a lecture on first offense and fine them the second time. Chief Don Wilkes, Spring Park, Lake Minne-tonka: Our first curfew rings at 9 p.m. for kids 15 and younger and another rings at 10:30 for youths 18 and under. They must be off the streets and out of business places on school nights. ' The curfew is 11:30 on Friday and Saturday nights.