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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 17

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\ 18 Galesburp Register-Moil. Galesburg, III. Wed., Aug,.21, 1963 Instrumental Music Study Improves Basic Education Many important educators have climbed on the band wagon tor instrumental music in basic education, a major reason why the number of school-age musicians has increased more than 300 per cent during the past 18 years. According to the American Music Conference, school-age musicians are growing in number at a rate five times the rate of the total school population ... and now total 10,500,000. Dr. Maxwell Rafferty, superin- Helena Rubinstein Once-a-Year Beauty Sale BUY ONE ,..(,ET A BRUTV BOMS FREE! SAVE UP TO 50% f HAVE BEAUTIFUL UPS AND FINCERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE, REFRESH! til CD eg} t Pasteurized ra ce Cream Special fona Rubinstein ' Buy-. Fashion Stick. Lipstick and lip- liner in one. Dazzling shades. Free: New Nail Fashion. Chip resistant nail enamel in matching shades. 2 00 value HOWJ50 \ . ... BEAUTY TREAT...DEEP DOWN! Buy: "Pasteurized" Face Cream Special. 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Free: Heaven Sent Bath Powder. 2.50 value now 2.00 JUST NINE OF 30 EXCITING COMBINATIONS! limited time only 'prices plus tu fendent of public schools in California, is one of music-making's strongest supporters. Me says, "The Greeks and Romans believed music instruction was a basic academic subject, and so do I. Music itself even helps with simple arithmetic." Instrumental music is generally recognized as a contributor of more than just pleasant sounds, particularly in areas of thought- discipline, mathematical precision, perseverance and cooperation. !. Q. Elevated Rev. Joseph Mytych, director of music instruction for the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago, has said, "We have found in schools having a solid applied music program that achievement and I. Q. ratings are very decidedly elevated." The phrase "full development of the student" is included or implied in most educators' endorsements of music's place in the curriculum. Dr. Ralph W. Lanz, assistant superintendent of Los Angeles public schools, says, "The discipline children learn is transferable to. other subjects, often making them all-around better students." Interestingly, music studies in Space Age curricula don't.end at the door to the music room. Sometimes they go right into the science lab, further emphasizing a link between science and music. As part of a study of sound waves, seventh graders in White Plains, N. Y., designed their own music instruments. Guided by the science instructor, they learned the basic principles of sound and acoustics of modern orchestral instruments, using, among other things, paper-tube trombones, glsss and straw clarinets, and oilcan banjos. At New Trier High School in Winnetka, III., students became interested in the electronics of hi fr equipment and sound produc tion through a desire to record their own jazz sessions. A survey by AMC of scientists and deans of technological institutes further emphasizes the compatability of music and science: 32 of 46 respondents agreed that music helps lay a founda tion for scientific thinking. Cat in Trouble? Too Bad HAMDEN, Conn. (AP) — The Hamden Fire Department will rescue a dog in trouble. But not cats. "Once the department did go to the rescue of a cat," says Fire 11 Chief Paul Leddy, "but it was at the end of a long swaying branch and we didn't have an aerial truck. The boys decided that a little water would convince the cat it ought to come down." The cat came down, but the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals received complaints about turning a fire hose on a cat. Since then, no cat rescues. Dogs rarely get in such perilous situations, the chief says. HELP FOR LUNCH OR HOMEWORK—To tote those books, papers, pencils and sandwiches back and forth between home and school, a student needs a roomy case such as the one inspected by the above girl. Of course she doesn't mind a little bit of color on the bag, especially if the picture print is that of her favorite crooners—Alvin and the Chipmunks. Observing the colorful varieties of bags and school cases on display at Galesburg stores, students sometimes plead with their mothers to take a different bag to school every day of the week. Alabama, with an average rainfall of about 69 inches, is the wettest state in the United States. i 1 I 1 I •J 1 1 i 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I 1 1 T Jack s on the S quare Big Favorites of College Students Everywhere o -4* "EL a BLAST JACKETS These Ski Parkas are made of full bodied wind-shielding WHITE twill. u <0 WHETHER YOU ARE HEADED FOR THE HIGHEST PEAK, RELAXING AT THE BEACH, OR HAVING FUN AROUND THE FIREPLACE, YOU'LL DIG THESE PARKAS. Jack's Supply Store oi Located North Side of Square, Downtown Galesburg 2 ST" Comfortable In any kind of weather, and we have all kinds, even after down pour these jackets bounce back like magic. More for Your Dollar , i i i i i i i i. . i, . i. i Read the Want Ads •mini WHAT'S THE LATEST7—These Galesburg coeds ponder the ques- every mother of school-age children is confronted with at the start of each academic year. If the students are teen-agers or college age, then they usually have an important "say" in what they will wear at school. If the student is a first grader, like the one above, then mother has to do all the choosing for him— and later has to do most of the convincing that what she purchased for him is the thing to wear to school. As a rule, it's best to treat waffle batter like muffin batter: do not beat until smooth. Small lumps will disappear and with little beating the waffles and muffins have a good chance of being tender after they're baked. Lake County, Ohio, has more than 200 plant nurseries. his is SEARS Where You Sore 2.21 Now on Our Two Most Popular Men's Shoes with Genuine Goodyear Welt Construction 20% OFF! 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