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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD Wednesday, August 19, 1970 Youth Groups Perform In 'Professional9 Manner By BRUC1'] BARKOW Tlie Alberta Youth Orchestra and Youth Chorale Tuesday night regaled an audience of about 275 at the Yates Mem- orial Centre with now and old orchestrations carried off in a Dairy Workers To Vote The Alberta Board of Indus- trial Relations last week gave permission to the drivers, chauffeurs and warehousemen of Teamsters Union Local 987 to conduct a vote in south Al- berta to ask permission for the right to strike. A Union Milk, Division of Sil- verwood Dairies Limited, official said the labor organizers are asking the men in the union to vote for strike authorization. The vote will take place Thursday for the control area under Local 987, which in- cludes the area south of Cal- gary and the plants in the Lethbridge district Purity Co-1 ___ op Union Milk, and Palm i was most noticeabfo" Saint- Dairies Ltd. I Saens' Dance Macabre, which most professional manner. The approximately 100 musi- cians in the combined groups have studied for a snort space of weeks at the provincial government's summer music workshop at Camrose. One's first impression of the orchestra, was of fair amaze- ment that young Alberta ar- tists, in such a short period, could produce and compare most favorably with the well- known and tutored National Youth Orchestra of Canada. The 20-voice girls' chorale also displayed a fine blend of voices and diction in the two sections of number's it present- ed. Extremely well done by the orchestra, conducted by the very alert and knowledge able George Naylor, was Ka liedoscope by the young Cana dian composer Pierre Mercure A composition of shof themes calling for the most in tricate of playing (lie piece in dicated the many hours of in- tense training which went into this professionally executec work. The Little Suite by Malcolm Arnold revealed how intelli- gently the musicians and their conductor worked througl three moods and March. It was not until the final sec- didn't quite flow along with the dance rhythm. And the Capriccio Espagnol by Rim- sky-Korsakov really languished for more authority. The youth choir dirr-ted by John Pauls, assistant supervi- sor of music with the cultural development branch performec numbers vhich varied from sacred to secular to modern and even some jazz "hymn Prelude, Dance tion of works that the group seemed to be struggling. This OUT OF RESPECT TO THE LATE DAVID DOWD PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. Will Be Closed from 1 p.m. Thursday, August 20th, 1970 Perhaps their rendering of The Sky is Full of Clouds by Walford Davies was most im- pressive for itr feeling. Ar.d three little songs, The World is So Full by University of Calgary professor Luigi Zaninelli, were imbued with real sweetness, fine blend and lovely long phrasing. Like the orchestra, the fine young ladies had difficulties their last group. They seemed insecure (although never in pitch) and uneven in attacks and tempo in the number, Up, Up and Away. Nevertheless t h e perform- ances left one happy and satis- fied in a real music sense. Con- gratulations to these young people, and the Kiwanis Club of Lethbridge which arranged for their appearance. Lethbridge will be looking forward to hearing these young musicians again. Editor's Note Bruce Bar- row is an adjudicator for the Royal Conservatory of Mu- sic, is a registered music teacher in Lethbridge and was formerly organist-choir- master at St. Augustine's An- glican Church. Forest Reserve May Be Closed PATIENT Reid as a nwse displays a novel brand of bedside cade to her patient Lee Drew, who portrays Sebastian in> the rock musical Your Own Thing. The show, based on Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, opens Friday at the Yates Memorial Centre for a four-night public run. Performances will be given this Friday and Saturday, and Aug. 29 and 30 at 8 p.m. A student show will be given this Thurs- day at p.m. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Musical Theatre and produced by Dick Mells, the student summer show is directed by Mr. Drew and includes Kim Drew, Al Janzen and Ellyn Mells as principals. Tickets are available at the Yates box office, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. ANNUAL PICNIC Lethbridge and District Oldtimers Pemmican Club SUNDAY, AUG. 23rd P.M. EAST END HENDERSON LAKE Registered members and their families welcorrm Bring cups. Coffee Pop Ice Cream provided. Sports events for children and adults. Sports Centre Inspection Scheduled Friday Af temoon A final inspection of renova- tions to the Civic Sports Cen- tre is scheduled for Friday af- PIANO LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS and EARLY GRADES. 635 15th Street Seulh Phone 327-7031 ternoon, four days later than planned. The delay has been caused by problems in installing a fan .in one of the air-conditioning units. Without the fan no checks can be made on the air-conditioning, one of the ma- jor items hi the upgrading of Hie centre. Serious consideration will have, to be given to closing the Crov-'snest Forest Reserve if there is no major rainfall with- in the next three or (our days, G. A. Longworth, forest super- intendent said Wednesday. Open campfircs are now pro- liibilcd in the reserve because of the fire danger and all exist- ing fire permits have been cancelled. One small fire in the area has already broken out, but has been brought under con- trol. The Crowsnest reserve ex- tends south to Waterton Park Ford Site Sod Turned The first sod for the new Dunlop Ford dealer- ship at 16th Ave. S. and Mayor Magrath Drive was turned to- day by Doug Dunlop, the firm's president. Slated for completion by mid- December, the dealership will employ about 75 people. The annual payroll is estimated at Smith Bros, and Wilson of Calgary, contractors for the job, have site work already under way and a build- ing permit has been issued for the initial phase of construc- tion. and north to the Banff highway from Highway 3, starting near Burmis. Also effected by the ban is the Porcupine Hills area north of Cowlcy. Horticulture Show Set For Weekend The annual horticulture show of fruits, vegetables and flow- ers will be held Friday and Saturday in Lethbridge. Sponsored by the Lethbridge Horticultural Society, the show will be held under Ihe grand- stand at the Lethbridgc exhibi- tion grounds. Judging will start at 1 p.m. Friday and the displays will bs open to the public at 3 p.m. Friday, free of charge. The official opening will be declared at 7 p.m. Friday by Alderman Joe Balla, acting city mayor. The Gardener of the Year award will be pre- sented at that time. Other awards will be pre- sented to winners in various classes at 8 p.m. Saturday at Jie show. Entries for the show will be received up to midnight today and should be placed with the society's secretary, Mrs, Larry Dye, 2214 14th Ave. S., tele- phone 328-4679. Smoke Damage Safe WW I" Retail Prices Health Food Store 907 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-4994 15 MINUTES ONLY 9 A.M. OPENING SPECIAL THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLY! PANTI HOSE SALE PRICE 15 MINUTES ONLY A.M. TO A.M. THURS., FRI., SAT. ONLYI MEN'S PERMA PRESS LONG SLEEVED WHITE SHIRTS .49 Sheldon's Reg. 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