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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta It THE IETHMIDGI HSRAID frlAiy, April 3, Poll Takeii Of Youngsters Early Marriages Unwise, Say U.S. Youth "Even though feel ma- tee enough for marriage, they are usually not." A 24-year-old Califomian said that when asked her opinion about early marriages among young people. Another Wisconsin lass echoed that feeling: "Marriage is something deep and wrioue, and young people can't mine this." Wefl, apparently, young people do realize this, a recent National Gilbert Youth Poll of over youths across the country shows. The results of this poll reveal that most of our nation's youth don't buy the promised joys of early connubial bliss 53 per cent, in fact. Only 25 per cent indkated they "were willing to risk the rigors of an early marriage nd a wary 22 pef cent re- used to comment at all. A strocg sectional feeling ;ss obvious. In the rela- vely urbanized areas of the S'ortheast and West Coast, feel- ings against early marriages were 43 per cent and 46 per respectively; is the North >Btnl ind Southern states, be reaction wai am emphatic M per cent and 57 per cent against. DO YOU FAVOR EARLY MARRIAGES? Yes M Moll Fmole -17 17-i! 19-21 Opposition to early marri- ages increased as those polled got older: The reaction of youth under 18 was 45 per ceot against; in the 19-21 group the reaction was 54 per cent, and the over-22-year group res- ponded with a resounding 65 per cent against. Asked Ip define "early age for X per cent placed H at age Jt. Twenty-hra per cent said age 17, and 13 rr r.. J-amily living Banff, jasper Seek Help In Push For Autonomy v 11 The Southern Alberta West-j era Dancer's A s s o c i a tion (SAWDA) will hoH its 14 An- nual Spring Festival, Saturday at p.m. in Catholic Central High School. Featured caller will be. George Scnrill from Medicine Hat. Women are asked to please bring' a lunch. All square dancers are Mlcome. Southminster Circle Square dance club cancelled its square dance this Saturday only .in favor of the SAWDA Spring Festival which is being held in Catbohc Central School. Fort Madeod square dancers are cancelling their square dance this week, in favor o Spring Square Dance Festi val Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. Faith Rebekah Lodge No. 93 and Alpha Theta Rho Girls Club No. 1 will meet for church )arade in Sotithmirjsler United ;liurch at a.m. on Sun- day. The Alberta government has been atked by the people in the tnwnsites of Jasper and Banff to help them prepare and sub- mit a proposal to the federal government allowing the lown- sites to achieve local self-gov- ernment. Hugh Craig, president of the Waterton Lakes- Chamber o! Commerce, was not available for comment on if or when Waterton Lakes wants local self-government. Residents of 'the Banff and Jasper communities have ex- pressed a desire to have their townsiles made self-governing municipalities of Alberta. In a resolution introduced by Ed Benoil (SC-Okotoks-High passed in a voice vote in the legislature Tuesday said the legislature. should endorse the efforts of the people to ob- tain local self-government in municipal matters. The Lethbridge Old Time Dance Club is sponsoring a dance at the Assumption School (24 St. and 14 Ave. S.) on Sat- urday at p.m. with live music .of the Westerner's Or- chestra in attendance. Every- ooe is welcome. A reminder to all Anne Campbell singers, Teen Clefs and Southminsler Junior Girls Choir members that a dress rehearsal is to be held at tbe Yates Centre Saturday, at 3 p.m. Food Experts At Meet Food preparation experts from over 30 major food manu facturers and processors vril demonstrate new products a Food A Rama '70 to be hel earrjr age. Said OK New Ywfc girl: "People need'time to know themselves before they can communicate with a wife or husband." Or, as California lass commented: "I think a girl is too immature betov IS to face motherhood. She's not ready to settle down." Some of the more obvious reasons were barely voiced. For example, only 13 per cent indicated lack of fJMnaj-tal pre- paration ac' grounds, and only 5 per cent considered the pos- sible to their educa- tion as a dumping Mock. Thirteen per cent of females opposed to early marriages were socially oriented enough to oppose it because it re- stricted dating; or, x succinctly put by one young swinger from Michigan: "Have fun' before marriage." Of the JS per cent who con- sidered early nuptials O.K., 32 per cent were represented by enthusiastic 17 -18 year olds, while tbt under-17-year respon- dents clocked in at per cent. The pod revealed that 33 per ceot who favored eariy roar. ton school, special mention was awarded to Henry Giesbrecht, industry and buyers, will con- man. Agr.es Flaws, and Dallas Witt- tinue from 10 a.m. to Prize winning posters wiH be It is not open to the general forwarded to Calgary for judg- ing in the provincial contest THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "If you're thinking obout THAT for a second ear, ygu'd better start looking around for a second wife fo ride in Ul" TOP TEN riage.fett that age, m itself, was not important One percep- tive young respondent train Maryland said, "I know kids who are mature at. IS, and 1 know adults who are immature at 3ff years." Another 25 per cent earl; marriage vac a suf- ficiently individualistic thing'to accept if that vac what tbe sople involved reaBy wanted. Another 13 per cent fett .that it depended upon tbe personal sxpenences of the persons in- volved. One Nebraskan.'said, "If they're mature and deter- mined enough, they'll have a happy marriage." Gilbert .Youth Research's sur- vey of young people is based CD a national probability sam- ple of several thousand young people, age 14-29, which is pro-' jeotable to tbe entire youth population of the country. (Newspaper EalerBriM Asia.) i i _ FAU HEADGEAK-Mole models some, examples of the fall fofhkjm-in. men's hats in New York. At top left is Christian Dior's basket weave plaid wirh bigger crown and wider brim. At lop right is Dobbs' beaver with wide brim and matching band. At bottom left, the Gamebird with .shaped brim and feather lei band. At bottom right, o shaped casual style in tan corduroy. I In And Out Of Town Greeting the guests- at the door for the Strawberry Tea and.bake[ Sale sponsored by Chinook pensioners and Senior Citizens, affiliated with tbe Provincial and National Pen- sioners and Senior Citizens Or- ganization, being held on Satur- day from 2 to p.m. will be Mrsl Rosa Millidge and Mrs. Laura Marty.. Serving, tbe guests will be Mrs. Vera Helen Grieve, Mrs. George Mrs. Beatrice McKague, Mrs. Nellie MacDonald and Hits. B. WaKren. Mrs. Edith Gaboon and Miss, Marilyn Gaboon will be m charge of the kitchen ar- rangements. A s s i s t ing Mrs. Irene Paffin "and Mrs. Jessie Brown on the.bake table will be Mrs. Elizabeth Birth and Mrs. Martha Korean. Mrs. Marion Goddard, na- tional secretary and Mrs. Dora MacDonald, provincial presi- dent and members iupmtuliug Sister Branches of Peuskam and Senior Citizens, hi area as well as Toronto, are ex- pected to be out-of-town guests. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Srh St. S. Hi. LElSTfR'S IKA.ll. OKDHKI Tkk Mtmtom yew wnrl mi tmd n. You'll rtccivi yovr march for only 15< on Onbra end vmter. U 1. UT H H-TN 1. MIOOI OVM TROWUD WATIK-Simofi t Oorhmkel 3. SMI IT IN THE SKY-Norman Omnbavm [34. COME AND GET 5. INSTANT KAHMA-Jorin One lennon lOVt GtOWS-TS. Ughthww 7. I MUST HAVE BEEN UlND-Th. Collators I. HOUSE OF THE RISING Pmk f. THE RAPKK-Th< Soggen 10. GOT TO GO BACK TO YOU-Tommy Janet COMING EVENTS APRIl 4th- SYMPHONY BAIL Sporiwred by Symphony Women's league APRIL 5th- SPRING SING 70 ANNE CAMPBELL SINGERS APDIL 15A- IUTHERAN FESTIVAL CHORUS PVORAK'S STABAT MA1ER Yatti Ctntre APRIL 21, 21, 23rd MARY WIDOW Catholic Central High StnMl JUDY'S DRESS to become a collector's item. The dress worn by Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz" gets an auctioneer's tag at the MGM studios. The vast collection of set decorations, antique furniture, props, vintage cars, carriages and other treasures used by the movie company over a period of 56 years will go on sale May 3. I LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. I PARAMOUNT THEATRE BIDG., UTHBRIDGf NAME ADDRESS Special Beginners SIX WEEK TRIAL COURSE TO POPULARm ACCORDION ORGAN GUITAR DRUMS Only one mere day to take advantage, of these EXTRA-SPECIAL Roll-End Clearance Prices on Coutw coniiiH o( 6 IMMIIS, 1 wttV A A OJC all muiic tupplied and an initrumcnt wppli'd for home NOW ONIY That'] Right WE SUPPIY THE INSTRUMENT PIANO LESSONS ALSO AVAILABLE Enquire About Our Rerrtal Plan Pruegger's Accordion College Ltd, S30 sili St. S. 327-7SM WALL-TO-WALL BROADLOOM AND OZITE INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET All Merchandise Guaranteed FIRST Quality! The Selection is Great The Prices Are, Too! And Don't Forget You Can "Charge It" at Woolco Any porehow of carpet from this sale entitles yew to ONE entry for o eharxe to WIN a ir x 16' Ozite Futuriitk Rug or o 12' x 16' At. Home Rwg. Draw for'BOTH wiB be made at p.m. tomorrow. Doily o.m, to 6 p.m.; a.m. to 1 p.m. r and p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;