40 - Â· Northwait ArkanÂ»a'i TIMES, Thurt., Aug. 10, 1972 FAYtTTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Label It'People Gap' Instead Of Generation Gap ' ' By 1 NANCY . . Â·/ Tho_YoiilH Sorylrn ' lV?uch' 6f llie n Ijflk'of' a ''"gencr- n gap" Ihcsc days appears to tte ' unfounded, according to a'rec'ont survey' of college and high school " students. While -there Is'a wide'varicty of subjects which divide the nation's youth and 'their elders, the kids polled seem to have reached an understanding with Ihe older generation. : 'A. .vocal minority. '.stresses a difference of opinion on such mailers ,. as morality,' values, styles of dross, politics .and drugs, but in general the.youlhs and -their parents are -meeting each other h a l f , way.- Perhaps it is. the uncertainly of a future gap: between today's young people and Iheir own children that has tempered the current -division.- : ' Â·Â·Â· Â· Â· ' ' A 'substantial majority of 65.5 per cent, or two out of every three kids polled, say they have . no 'trouble relating to their parents' generation. , ., Â· A "generation gap" Is the widest in the !. Northeast' and West but contrary to popular opinion the distance is greater between higli school students and .their -parents than; college students, and theirs.-- . '''.'."'' Furthermore, . more Iwaii- 25 percent of those polled say 'they- relate lo their grandparents "very. well" and nearly 50 per cent r-elate to them "fairly well." '"Â·-Â· ' -.. ' , MOST DISTANT When asked on what matters they and the older generation are most distant, Val Schronen, 19, of Dayton, Ohio, responds, "Hair, dress, and sonie- 1 ; moral codes." "Drug use', as i a , social and not legal issue and the use of marijuana. Also 'sexual permissiveness," declares Susi Yaffe, 22, of 'Santa Ana, Calif. "They think' everyone-., with long hair is a hippie," says 'Vincent Rienzi, 16, of Nutley, N. J. "Freedom, music, writing, entertainment in general, fashion styles of all types, attitudes lo- ward politic.5, " sex, Â· dru'gs, respect for older, people, ".are the topics of disagreement expressed by Kimberly Korman, 17, of Fraingham. Mass. - ADMIRE More -Iha'n half of 'the youths queri.ed, report, that . t^ere is someone in .particular of .the older generation whom (hey especially admire. , "My sociology teacher, he has a good head and is very open-minded," rehinrks'Aliceri'McG'rath, 16,'of C h i c a g o . "My grandfalher because of his individualism and self-made philosphy," adds M i c h a e l King, Â· 17, of Framlngham. -Â·Â·Â· : : Â· "President Nixon," says Fred WalscJi, M, of Â· Mclairle, La., "He is a very strong man, he does: what he^ says.he's- going lo do and doesn't cry on Icier vision."-And John Wayne" wins the respect of Kerry Pearson^ 18, qf Ft. Â·La'uderdatei Fla., bocaiise "he,believes : in what I belleye In --!America."' IN THE FUTUItE - tt^o out 'of five 'youngsters polled don't foresee'another generation gap in Ihe future between ' themselves - and t h e i : r children but a large percentage, 38'peb'cent of the boys and 30 pei; cent 'of-th'e girls, express un- certainty'about its development. : The kids', responses, while often centering around/^the issues .'that, have recently defined the generation 'gap, also reflect individual ; differences common lo all Â·age-groups regardless .of their' .gfcnerjtipni Suggesting that H'"is aifiefe'nces between 'Â· individuals and : not 'generations' that is : significant', Sam Veltri, 22,.'of pulley, N;J.", says,' : "The ' m e a n i n g I of independence and .rights of /a person in-America"-is'the issue aL.stak'e. And there have been differences about that idea since this- v dernpc'racy'i.was fqimded. TEEftACERS ON WHEELS : ByMlCHAEL'LAMM Dear Mike: Â· '.'Â·' There's a dry, clicking noise coming out of the exhaust system of my, .1970 Abbassador. I've just had Ihe exhaust-pipei muffler', and: tailpipes^ changed and I thought that would.take care of it, but it : still has ' this loud click on acceleration. What gives? , . . - . : , '..' ' .. CLICKY ' Sounds like 'a loose exhaust manifold' or ;Wear i; in/your heat- riser valve pivot, where it passes through the'manifold."' Dear Mike: : Â· / . ' Â· Â· Â· " The front of my ancient but very faithful 1957' MGA roadster b o b s - u p arid down Hike'a cork whenever I drive over- bumps. The car has big lever shocks up front, and these can be re- For Teens Frank Fads About Sex For Teens ,IJy JOY STIIXEY NEW %YORK (AP),,~ Mario Tlmmd , plans t o ' w o r k lehlnd Â« camera us a professional; '(i.'..'. photographer iomcllmo in tho future, but ag !ho High''School'Cove? Girl for [072 she's keeping busy In tronl of " SEX.'AND THE TEENAGE GIRL, by Carol Bolwin (Lancer--95 cents) . , - Curiosity ^bout 1 sex begins early in life and many young swingers in the new, generation are asking'why they should wait for lomorrow or 'marriage to learn about it. . Â· .'Â· Carol Botwin's outspoken book on this .subject discusses and describes the facts of life from A to Z, but with stern warning -- as a lecture from big sister. Girls' are advised, to stop and think before getting involved in a situation that can result in bitter 'aftereffects and burdeh ; some problems. Is it merely a quest for; iddnlity, popularity, trying''to ..please- a ' b o y ; anger at Â·'parents?' In' other : words, donlt- take : the ' mallei", of' sex lightly. - ' ! ' Â· Â· ' Â· ' . ' Â· ' Â· ; ' The Â· a'u't li or : ahs w e rs. va't'ious questions that .haunt- girls' in adolescence ai.id gives examples of Situations that can lead into or away from a sexual situation. She mentions the merits of. good grooming, sensible dating behavior, the differences in- the Body structure of male and female. Some of the discussions are intimate enough to cause Ihe most modern of p'arents to blush, though today's kids probably will Â· not. For clearness, scientific terms are generally substituted for t h e vernacular. This book with all ils frankness should, however, lune girls into . the facts of life', and, perhaps, keep them from turn- ing'on too soon. HELEN JOSEPH filled 'with special fluid. I've refilled them 1 but :the bobbing continues. Is there any way to repair these : shbcks, and if so how? . Â· Â· -- - . ' : ' : - , . ' . - BOBBY ! They can't be overhauled you have lo replace them^ Each unit.costs about $50. (You can write .to-Mike Lamm at Room 601, 50 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10020.) Cover Girl: Likes Both Sides 01 Camera tho camera at present.' : : .;;. In nddlilbiv ! lo -'.'having- Â·Â· her picture oiv t h e \ q o v c r ' q t l Co-Ed Magazine's October 'issue'-and being foaliircd Inside alpjig .with the .other finalists,-'the ;; 17-yoar- old Cincinnati-girl has just been I apd visaed 'relatives-In GeVma- ny nbl ioiig Â«gp',...- . ' . . . " ' i V , . ! '^'Tha. ktds "niy ago 'there seoinciTmoro home tind family- brlcntedV hot' 1 ns inaUiroIRS we are," she rechlls.- "Here tecn- a'gcrs .'seem, move: JndcpeiwjeHt." ''As fd'p the girls'.she met here vfip''.wcre also cdmpellng'in th'd contest, 'slid -found .Ihcve, \vns basically a strong simiiailty. "1 _ ,, _, a leading model 'agen by hero. ' ' " v !, ''Â·''E'vcntu'all I. will 1 go ' t college v but I had alread decided to lake a yeai' ) ; out before .starling, 1 ' say's -i the b r.o w n - h a i r ed.beailty^who graduated from high scliqpl in June. Â· ,'Sh'o' Â·'- Vvon 'Â·'Â·'.$ 1,000 e d u c a t i o n a [-scholarship in addition to a new- waVdfqbe in tlie contest sponsored by-'Cp-Ed and Noxell Corp; "It's all so exciting. I^can't grasp any ; of this; at all; [that any .of it has .happened.;!? _. when I s e e ' m y . f a oe on the magazine it will all. hit-me,' she adds.."This |s my first trip to New York, arid what 1 a'way lo come here!" . ' ;'Â·'; BORN IN BERLIN 1 '.Ena-Maria, who was born in Berlin and came to this country with ; her parents when she .was 2, still speaks German fluently think We' all have the. same kind 6f- ; cohcenis arid a,re nlljn- tdroatea.; in the same lliirigs," she notes. She" believes 'that tliere'is no generation gap per'se; but-thai there Is (igapjiv. personalities and Comrmimpatipn , In Â·-.Â·many families. """/' .'Â·'CONFLICTS' "There . ' a r e , 1 Sbrifllcls in growing' up .and..everyone has Â·fee||ngs Â· that Â· differ ! from her parents 1 ';;"'explaihs''Ena-Marla, Â·who lias a younger brblher. '-.-'I believe' .I'm. 'actually' closer lo my mother and father th'an riiy friends; are to theirs, even Jhotighv.'thdy don't argue. , as '- ' fop Records Of The Week TOP RECOEDS OF: T ; H E WEEK as compiled by Nancy Gilbert, .based' on reports of leen-agers themselves,:are: ; Wayne' :'Newton'si';,."''Daddy Don't^Valk So Fast"'.breaks into the Number 1 .spot this week. "Alone Â· Â· (naturally) Â· Again'.' .by Gilbert, O'Sullivan moves into second posilion, followed by the Looking Glass and "Brandy."./ N E W - ADDITIONS: J i m Croce's first single, "You Don't Mess Around With Jim," Is perfectly polished and should be a hit all the .way. - .Â·'Â·.' -Â·;'Â·". Argent is. the group that evolved from-;the old .Zombies, and deserve to he.proud-of this already'giant in England, "Hold Your Head Up.": , - , "Baby Let Me Take.You In My Arms" is tlie. follow-up to Detroit Emeralds last big. one, ''You Want It You Got It." T h e . R o l l i n g S t o n e s newie, '-'Happy," features-Keith Richard, .doing lead vocal honors. , . ' , . . - Â· - . ' Â· Â· " 0 r_d i h a r i 1 yHhe.teeti-ager "wears,"'6nly mascara and.eye shadow., to ,accent :H er startlingly-blue eyes. "But if I'm 'gpinBito be in contact -with' more people I add., blusher and lip gloss.-" 1 ;'.'Though " s t i l l .Ioiig,' hei- hair, parted down the. mid die arid-,'worn straight; lost fbiir inches when it was/styled .in a". Ne\v" York' saloif during her visit here,/'I \yasireally scared .when he started cutting,-" . she admits'... Â· Â· - . Â· Â· . ' Ena-Maria, who ,is 5 feet/5. ^eights;-110 pounds. : "At least I did before New'York,'" ! she la\]glHs.- !: ."Ive been doing a lot of .exciting things like going ho tliealor, but enllng Is on op.of \)v) list,",; .Â· Sho wns orlginnlly considered acting Â«s n .career. As. n no'mber of Thpsplnns in hlgn school she was Â·luriont_dlrecto; of "Oliver" and Slrcelcm Earned Desire" anil sinned In Tyanmllon." 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