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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, June 13, 1974 The Herald------------------------------ Youth Lighthouse in concert It was teeny-bopper night at the Exhibition Pavilion Saturday as most of the young people at the Lighthouse concert were 16 years old or younger. But as usual Lighthouse presented a polished, professional performance Often re- ferred to as Canada's Chicago, Lighthouse proved again they have a style all their own. The ingredients that make up their unique sound are: guitar, bass guitar, flute, baritone and tenor sax, trombone, trumpet, violin, cello, electric piano, drums and an abundance of talent and heart. The unfortunate part of the show was the per- formance of a group called McLean and McLean. Their music was old, which was all right, but it lacked a personal touch. One could hear the same thing in almost any bar in Alberta. If McLean and McLean are looking for success, perhaps they should develop a style of their own. RICK ERVIN photos GULF VACATION GET-READY SPECIAL Change Motor Oil Supply and Install Oil Filter Lubricate Chassis Inspect and Rotate Tires Examine Brake System 6 7 8 9 10 Examine all Lights and Signals Examine Exhaust System Examine Windshield Washers Examine all Filters and Belts Pressure Test Cooling System 1 1 Examine 12 13 14 Shock Absorbers Examine Differential Lube Level Examine Auto Trans- mission Lube Level Test Engine Electrical System Now is the time to get your car ready for summer driving with an oil change, a grease job, tire rotation, and brake examination-all included in Gulf's 14-point Vacation Get-Ready Special. You can do it all right now at participating Gulf stations. Only for most passenger cars. Gulf's normal dealer guarantee of 90 days or miles, whichever comes first, applies. Make an appointment today where you see the Vacation Get-Ready sign. 14-Point Special ON1Y Use your Gulf Travel Card or Chargex. INCLUDING PARTS AND LABOUR suggested price. For most passenger cars. Offer expires July 27. Not your average service station. School honors I students Agnes Davidson y; School held its annual awards day last week g Each >ear a special day is set aside near the V end of the school term for the purpose of recognizing students x: who have contributed to school activities Miss D-'.vidson. for the school was named presented her namesake scholarships as she does year were Darren M o r o z and K a t h y S Tanaguchi. both Grade fi who were named best all-around students John Thompson G r a d e fi. w a s- S recosni7ed for good sportsmanship an'i Tyler Manden. Grade 4 g: for f-reative S Other award-winners include Katnna Tudor. Grade S. who the I. H Bus-sard Cheryl chton improved student in Division 1 and Robert ff e most student in appointment LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By CAROLYN SALNDERS Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Jackie Williams woke up with the ringing of her alarm clock A quick glimpse at it told her that it was seven lime to get up. Jackie unconsciously calculated that she had had seven hours sleep, she knew that she couldn't be tired Looking outside. Jackie discovered that it was cloudv and decided to wear pants Thirtv minutes later, on her way to work, she noticed that the neighbors had painted their house "Not a bad colour." she thought As she entered the office she greeted her colleagues and then got right to work The was average nothing particularly exciting happened The walk home was a brisk one. it was past five and supper would be It felt cooler outside and she donned her coat As she walked by the neighbor s house, a middle-aged man rushed out the front door. exchanged salutations and continued on their separate ways Jackie subconsciously wondered where the man was going few more steps and she was home Perhaps I could stop here and explain the reason for writing this mediocre tale It is admittedly lacking many details and is seemingly themeless. but it docs indeed serve a purpose You see it occurred to me the other day that we be living, but noi necessarily be alive If you take a moment to look up She word "alive" in a reliable dictionary, you would discover !lv.: "alive" has several meanings It is npt just mere existence n is a total experience Just like Jackie, we probably tend glan--e at