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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lElHCRlDCt HERA1D Ihunduy, April 20, I97J blues show illie Ail-Stars Zcnhnid p here II to g u KH 11 m iiui: llri Malt Writer i'.i my hK' 1-m d.iv1 night atu il up. I Willie nucl llic ivsl liis five piece Chicago All-Stars b.uul played and sang the lilucs as j il really is lalkin', "roi'k me nil nijilil long" blues. Wilh Ihc exception of drum- iner Frank Swan, the pvonp I walked onlo Use stage from an- i ollu'r svlieu (lie; hUii's snug lo revival Die guts nt lite black jieoplo. Krnnk Swan is considerably younger Ihati the- icsl. bul equally capable 01 the blues portraynl. Gru 'welcomed by local officials A LMVcmnient de- lately scrap TTraili' welcomed by Dr. ;i. P. l.nrM'n. superintoiulent of jic LeLhbridye public school jyaieni J Mniistor Lou Hynri-1 man'. od in the legisla- ture lliat be ihc last i rear in utiich CIrnde I' sUidcnts 7-ill have to wrilc Hie provin- :ial Dr. said for the last. .wo Grade 9 students i iiave been wriiing only a pscu-[ Jo-type departmental exam dur-j jig the spring, and not a regu-1 ar achievement lesl. I "Tlie results of these exam lialionp were used only as gni- Jance Cor llic local teacher, (hey had lillle to do with de- termining tlic final he laid. "They weren't serving much tf e purpose in determining a student's score so I piess they won'l bo loo much of a Dr. Larson said he iuisn'L ie- ceived any information f r o m Ihe government on Ihe testing program which will replace tlie deparlmenlals. Mr. Hyndman told the legis- lature the program, which go into effect at Ihe be- ginning of Ihe next school year, will monitor the quality of edu- cation in the province and pro- vide information on (he educa- Local INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES Uv, LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 ir Floor 517 4fh Ava. S. Phone 327-1541 youths elected Clair ForcsleU. 18, of L-cih- bridge has been elected presi- dent of Youth Across Cnnada with the Mentally Retarded. The group, a youth section of the Alberta Association for the Mentally Retarded, also elected Kita Maynard, 20. of L e t h- bridge as secretary-treasurer. Tlie elections were part of youth activities during the as- sociation's annual convention in Red Deer. The youth section is planning a provinc i a 1 conference in I.ethbridge during Whoop Up Days this summer. tion value received for tin1 tax It will measure sluuents" per- formances in certain skills on n representative sampling hasis. "By this means we can Icll whether education standards within the province ave point; up, down or remaining steady." lie said "Tlie Cirntln 9 diploma will also discontinued, as it is no longer o[ importance in a job market where few students leave school after Grade 9." Mr. llyndmrin said by elimin- ating Grade Alberta joins Ihe rest of Can- ada. Vienna j Choir movie Friday The Walt Disney production Almost Angels will be shown at. the I m m a n n e 1 Christian School Friday at 7 p.m. The 93 minute film concerns the pranks involved while train- ing the Vienna Boys Choir. Coffee and doughnuts will .he served. The public is invited, and ad- mission will be charged at the door. Tlic blues iiilnuluced lo Ihr ;nidicncc .nl tliu Exhibition ravilkm by a wailing lianucm- ica. soon joined by llio di'inns, guitar, piano and bass, in se- quence, in an np-tcmpo instru- mental. An indication of the au- dience's real appreciation pf the performance came soon aitei1 when the pianist, on an old up- right with Ihc front removed, pounded out a boogie woogic- lunc called Wrinkled. Then Willie look over and told tlie story of the bines in song. "You can cry the bines when your baby tins left you. Then you cry Ihe blues ivhcn she curnes back." There happy bines. "Crazy 'bout My Daby" and sad blues, "Little Red Hoost- er Tlic spotlight was relinquish- ed lo the guitar player, shall go nameless. It's better that way. You could put the name 13. B. King lo Ihe voice without much trouble. A truly beautiful perform- ance. Preceding the Chicago All- Stars was a young Canadian group from Vancouver called Iligh-Flying Bird. IL Ihe usual four-piece ef- fort guitar, bass, drums ami electric piano and car pierc- ing. The group showed some promise of good things lo come with their own compositions of Troubadors and April, April. The laller piece revealed some unusual chord progressions which were a welcomed varia- tion. j A group of seven young men from New vill spinel ll.iy II In in U'llihmlgc as pail of a lu Canada .-oieil by Ihe liutai-y Clubs o[ Canada and Zealand. Tin1 educational exchange trip was lakc-n by ;i group uf Alber- lans in 1U71, when a visit was lo Australia and New Zealand. The men arc. o[ LU ious pro- fessional occupations. They will spend Ihc evening (if May in a joint meeting with the Kasl I I.cthbridge Uolaiy Club. The group will coiHinnc lo Medicine Hal May I'J. Rl'T CAN IT R1CAD? The highest speed Miillicnm Iplecomnuinicatioiis facility can transmit the cnlirc Icxt of Ihe works of Sliakcspearo. in five iniuules. Mullicotn is serviced by Ihe Trails-Canada Telephone ovstem. Garbathon' pick-up set St. 011. A 10 hour garh.Uhun. spon- sored by Vnrsity Chris- tian Kellovisbip of Canada, he held in I.ellib r i d i1, lied j or 327-OU71 pick pledge forms Lurry Kirkpatrk'k at 'I2r. S. or by phoning 32G-93GI) The gai'hallion will start ai ill of It) to 15, and will work until (i p.m. for the maximum of 10 hours. The pcdgc lie for Deer. Kdmonton April 'J'J. Tlie non profit, mlerdumnn- inalionnl organization is trying to raise money lo pay tor a camping ludge in Alberta for junior "and senior high bfhtml' u'illi subscriptions solicited .sLud'-Mils. university and .schools from the public. o[ musing members, interim-: Lionnl imivci'iiiiy stuclent groups and adulL Tbc local garbathon will start at the College Mall Shopping Centre? with participants pick mt; up garbage along the Coulls and 201 Ii St. S., idom; St. to Highway 3. Tiie clean up will move oast on Highway 3 lo the I.elhhridge Kesciirch Station and uost as far as time permits, fVCF members ;md nnv the hours tlie partinpaiU works, BYU Young Ambassadors here tonight o The roadways, ditches and fences v.ill be the object of tin pickcis' ut'.cnlion. 'rite majority of Ihe "litter crillcrs" will be from IVCt'' c iili.s in llic University of I.clli- jriclge, Lctlihridge Inslitutc, Winston Churchill [ligb School, Kale Andrews Sdiool and the Gall School of Nursing. The local inter varsity bud- ficls will also he assisted by unds raised through the garba. tlion. tci askctl to Sweepstake wins Three Lclhbridge and district people have won consolation prizes of in the Canadian I Derby Sweepstake. They arc: Joyc Sanderson, j Box 157, Halston, Alia; Bill Ramage, 1010 10th St. S., Leth- bridge; and F. Bludoff, Box 97, I Creslon, B.C. HUD ALBERTA'S BIGGEST CASH PRIZES Here are the winners of the second Early Bird Draw in the Canadian Derby Sweepstake, held April 19fh. There are two more big Early Bird Draws for and the final draw August 12th for SECOND EARLY BIRD DRAW WINNERS APRIL 1972 EDMONTON OBAW A 111 Prize-G. Slotkburgsr, Edrnonlon 2nd PriJC Peorl Kjamei, EJmonlon 3rd Prize- Lloyd and Chrii Abel, Dowson Creek, B.C........... Consolalion Hugo Woelfle, S 285 Comolnlion J. F. Van Doorm, Edmonton S 785 Consolation E. MacPhee, Dartmouth, 285 Consolalfon Joyo Sanderjon, RaEilon 2S5 Consotarion Bill Ramage, Lethbridge S 235 Consolation Harry Ellit, Edmonlon S 2BS F. Bludoff, Creslon, B.C....... J 2B5 D.RAW B III Priie M. McGlamo, Vancouver, B.C. 2nd Priro J. F. Herman, Camrose 3rd J. M. Lindsay, Edmanlon Caniolalicn Andy rViOrneau, Caquillam, B.C. S Conlolalion Elsie McDonald, Manning Consolalion A. J. Klasscn, St. Albert Consolalron Bmerion Walih, Edrnonlon Consolalion T. Winchester, Edrnonlon Consolalton J. Rover, Edmonton S 285 Cosolation D. M, Kuleba, Edmonton 285 S 285 2B5 285 S 285 -GET IN AND WIN WRITE YOUR OWN TICKET NOW! Buy 5 and get one FREE with our SIX PACK: YES, I'D UKE TO WRITE MY OWN TICKET! e for llcksi TO, fO LIKE TO WRITE MY OWN TICKET! at 50 ji'.T ticket, r- DERBY S'.VEEPSTAKE- Telephone..... 1-372 CANADIAN DF.HBY SWEEPSTAKE PO. Bo ff Special FOOT STOOtS Padded vinyl fool sroals. 13" high. 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