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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta New Book Planned For Music Tutors -Wodneidoy, Auguil 19, 1970 TH8 UTHBRIDGE HERALD CALGARY (CP) The West- ern Board of Music has ap- pointed Dr. Richard Joluiston, dean of the faculty of fine arts publications of contemporary at the University of Calgary, as editor-in-chief of a new scries of PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Pre-School Learn-To-Swim HENDERSON LAKE FAMILY SWIMMING POOL AUGUST 24th TO SEPTEMBER 4th, 1970 Monday through Friday from: (A) p.m. (B) p.m. 1. Registrations will be taken at the Henderson Lake Pool commencing Thursday, August 27th, 1970 arid continuing uri'til Sunday, August 23rd, 1970 from p.m. 2. Registrations will be limited to children between the ages of three and five years of age. 3. The maximum enrollment per class will be 30 child- ren. 4. The registration fee will be per child. For further information contact Mr. Tom Hudson, at Parks and Recreation Department 328-2341, Local 236. the The series will constitute a repertoire o f contemporary music for student use. Canadian composers will be invited by the Wsetern Board of Music, under the dirction of Dr. Johnston, to contribute to the series. "We plan to begin with two books for piano, Grades 3-5 and Dr. Johnston said in an in- terview. "We begin with Grade 3 because our composers cannot infuse much style in music of the earliest two grades. We want to introduce the current generation to contempo- rary sounds and techniques. Al- ready, the Western Board has published three books entitled Explorations for music teachers to use in giving their students a better understanding of contem- rarary techniques. Now this new series represents a next step: establishment of. a reper- toire of contemporary Canadian music for student use. We feel ,hal we are working fnr the stu- dents as well as for Canadian composers." Tlie Western Board of Music grew from the initiative of music teachers of the three Prairie provinces who wanted their instruction to meet a summer, pictures that you will treasure. Have them finished at Woclco, whe e you get the lowest price from Canada's highest quality pholo finishing plants, and remember at Wooico you pay only for the pictures you get, no coupons, no gimmicks. standard that the musical world would recognize. GEAHED TO NEEDS Working witli provincial de- partments of education and uni- versities, the organization de- veloped services geared to' the special needs of the area. Since 1936, its examiners have jour- neyed into remote, small prairie communities. The board has published syl- labi of graded examination ma- terials and grade books for use of students. Dr. Gerhard Wuensch of the department of music at the Uni- versity of Calgary will edit the first two books of the new con- temporary music series. "We do not expect these first books of contemporary music repertoire to be ready for at least a year or two, but the invi- tations (o Canadian composers to contribute will go out in a few Dr. Johnston said. Dr. Johnston is a former pro- fessor of music theory and com- position at the University of To- ront. He was a co-founder, with Dr. Mariiis Barbeau, of the Canadian Folk Music Society, a past president of the Ontario Music Educators Association, a director of the Canadian Opera Company and a member of the Canadian Association of Univer- sity Schools of Music. Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Thursdayand Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mail 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Consumers' Tap Water Hazardous WASHINGTON (AP) Th public health service said Mon day that 16 per cent of the pub lie water systems surveyed ii eight metropolitan areas and i the state of Vermont were sen ing potentially hazardous wate to consumers. The survey found that persons, or five per cent of th 18.2 million people included i the survey, were receiving tap water that extended at least oni federal mandatory limit for hi ological or chemical contamina tion. The federal study also found that 2.9 million people or 16 per cent of the study population wa: receiving water classified eithe: as substandard or potentially hazardous. "It may be concluded, on tin basis of the survey findings that, while the overwhelming majority of the people of th< United States can be assured ihat the water they drink toda; is safe, several million drinl water containing potentially hazardous amounts of chemica or bacteriological contamina said Charles C. John son Jr., assistant surgeon-gen- eral and administrator of the environmental helath service. The statistical areas were w York City; Charleston, W Va.; Charleston, B.C.; Cincin- nati, Ohio; Kansas .City, Sansas; New Orleans, La.; Pueblo, Colo., and San Bernar- dino Rivierside Ontario, Calif., and Vermont. SNAKES GET GRANT MORGES, Switzerland (Reu- :ers) World Wildlife Fund has given a gremt to In. dia to help set up a snake park ;o preserve species threatened jy slaughter for clothes, the WWF said here. The fund said several species of reptiles wei'e on the decline because of the ashion trend for snakeskin. COLLEGE MALL 'PHOHE 328-6300 Starts Tomorrow R TIC LEGEND TIE HERO ADULT MATINEE THURS. and Sat. Only al p.m. WINNER JOHN WAYNE IN THE ROLE THAT FITS HIM LIKE A ABJtjx Production _ 7ohnWayne is Oiisum Ceorge-BenJolTCon-Bruce Cabot Glenn Goibett'feuTC Knovvfes-AndievvPrine-RicI uid laeckel Lynda txecut'rve Producer Michael Wayne Written and Produced by Fenady Directed byAndrewVMctaglen- raWamerbros LAST TIMES TONITE "HOW IHE WEST WAS WON" In Color with Gregory Peck Garbo Featured On British TV LONDON (Reuters) Five movies starring Greta Garbo are to be shown on British tele- vision for the first time starting in November. The BBC listed Ihc films as Camillo, Ninot- chka, Anna Karenina, Queen Christina and Grand Hotel, all made between 1932 and 1939. Martha The Nurse Toddy's Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects "Cheyenne Social Club" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Out of Towners" Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "How the West was Won" Last Complete Show GUEEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Dr. Zhivago" One Complete Show HOLLYWOOD (A P) Martha Kaye leaves in Oc- tober for her sixth annual five-month duty tour in Viet- nam. As an entertainer? Not primarily. "If there's a sol- dier sitting around with a guitar in the eveiu'ng, I might sing a few she says. The wide-mouthed, rau- cous, comedienne goes as a surgical nurse. "There are no jokes in she notes. A registered nurse since 1936, she's Lt.-Col. Martha Raye of the Army Nurses Corps Reserve and serves with the Special Forces, the Green Berets. Where does she serve? "I can't tell you. That's all classified." WOUNDED TWICE Twice she has been wounded by shrapnel, but she makes light of that. "The wounds weren't seri- ous. Once in the foot, once in the ribs. I've had worse hangovers." The 54-y e a r -o 1 d enter- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" In Technicolor. Starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman and that 'Kookie Blonde' Goldie Hawn. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. August 19, 20, 21 and 22. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre The World's Most Honored Motion Picture "BEN-HUE" in color, starring Charlton Heston and Jack Hawkins. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 19, 20, 21 and 22. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS "69" In color. Starring Tom Stern and Jeremy Slate. Wednesday, August 19. Show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "NORTH TO ALASKA" In color. Starring John Wayne, Capucine and Fabian. Wednesday, August 19. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre Wednesday is Buddy Night. 2 admissions for the price of 1. "THE BIG BOUNCE" In color. Starring Ryan O'Neill and Leigh Taylor Young. One day only Wednesday, August 19. Shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie PHONt 71100 rtDllfC III RE EN AtREsDKIVt-IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-COUTTS HIGHWAY I TONIGHT AND THURSDAY j i WINNER OF (j ACADEMY AWARDS1 I DAVID LEAN'S FILM DOCTOR ZHilAGO ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. REGULAR ADMISSION GATES OPEN AT P.M. STARTS FRIDAY Dazzling! A vivid experience. thrillinglA cliffhanger in -LA.Times FRAKKOVICH-STURGES PRODUCTION M3ROONGD Pansvlslon EafifmamJOIW from Colombia pictures Hit No. 2 "AFRICAN SAFARI" talner speaks teitantly of the lesser known nursing side of her twin if she fears it will sound like publicity talk. Martha began nurse's training on the side while still in vaudeville with her parents. For 4'A years, while mak- ing movies on this same lot, Paramount, she worked two days a week as nurse at nearby Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. It's the third war for Miss Raye, who enlisted in the Nurses' Corps in 1939. "I went as a nurse but, being an entertainer, could do she said. After the Second World War anct Korea she became a reserv- ist. LT.-COL. MARTHA ItAYE Twin Career LARGE AREA A British Crown colony, the Fiji Islands and atolls are scat- tered across square miles of the southwest Pacific. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lethbridgt PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY-8 P.M. NOTICE ANNOUNCES J STUDENT FILM-MAKERS I IN CASH AWARDS J Enter FAMOUS PLAYERS' Student Film Awards. Apply Mr. D. Gow, 715 Seymour Str Vancouver, B.C. Deadline for entries is September MOVIE GUIDE FOR FURfHER INFORMATION PHONE 327-5100 10.' a.m. to 10 p.m. cinema TODAY thru THURS. When they take you for on outof-towntr, thty ally you. KIDS v 50c ANYTIME FAMILY PARAMOUNT PCTUSIS JACKLEMMON SANDY DENNIS 3 SHOWS A NEIL SIMM STORY THEOUT-OF-TOWHERS p.m. COLOR nr MOVIEIAB Imagine these two cowboys inheriting the one placd in the west everyone j wants to get their hands on... "The Cheyenne Social Club." NATIONAL GENERAL PICTURES PRESENTS JAftES STEWART HENRY FONDA THE CHEYENNE SOCIAL CLUB SHIRLEY JONES SUE ANE LAJHCDON Hcimtnsoin STARTS TODAY MATINEE SAT. P.M. EVENINGS AND P.M. j ;