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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 411ied Arts Council 3ossibility at Pincher JUNIOR CITIZENS OF THE YEAR Lieutenant Governor J. W. Grant MacEwan pays tribute to Junior Citizens of the Year, back row, from [eft: (Dr. Debbie Titsworth, Lana Spreeman, Linda Easthope, Cathy' Bluda, Barbara Palm, Karen Easthope and M. M. Williams, execu- tive vice-president, Calgary Power. Front row: Debbie Easthope, Donna Blvmhagen, Shawna Glen, John and Mark Easthcpe and Donald Ouel- lette. Youths demonstrate courage, leadership Cathy Bluda helped save lives CALGARY Lieutenant- Governor J. W. Grant Mac- Ewan recently paid tribute to nine young Albert a ns, a Med- ley youth group, and a south- ern Alberta family who has been named Junior of the Year for 1972. The Alberta Junior Citizens program recognizes young peo- ple who have demonstrated courage, initiative and leader- ship. It is sponsored by the Alber- ta Weekly Newspaper Associa- tion and the investor-owned electric utility companies in Alberta. Lieutenant Governor Mac- Ewan presented the awards during the annual convention of the AWNA at the Calgary Inn. Each winner received a cer- tificate from the utility com- pany serving his area, a cita- tion signed by the lieutenant- governor and a Canada Savings Bond. Six of the nine individuals and one group award were from Calgary Power's service area. Cathy Bludn, 16, of Grass- land, was named Junior Citi- zen for her actions in helping save the lives of three traffic accident victims. Cathy volunteered lo escort the three injured persons to hospital after the accident anc applied inouth-to-mouth resus- citation to one of the victims during the entire trip. Cathy's prompt action is credited with saving the life of tlu's woman. District doings Sunday School IRON SPRINGS (BINS) The Iron Springs Unite Church Sunday School will re- sume Oct. 1 with an India Pow-Wow to be held from a.m. until noon. A new Sunday School teacl er, Mrs. Ronald Koenen, wi take over. Teachers include Mrs. Fie cher Baskin, Miss Marci Noble and Mrs, Craig Miller. CGIT banquet IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Iron Springs Sunsliin Spreaders CGIT group will b gin its fall activities with Mother and Daughter Banqm to be held in the basement i the Iron Springs United Churc Sept. 20. Provincial CGIT presiden Miss Judy Blakeley of Lot: bridge will speak. Miss Janice Jorgenson wi be president of Ihe group fi the coming year. Mrs. Cra Miller is the. leader. Donna Blumhagen, 12, of Bremner, was cited for her dis- plhy of leadership qualities as e assumed responsibility for lusehold chores for her fam- Donna cooks, cleans and ires for her three younger sters and brother. Still she anages to maintain good arks and attendance at "liool and earned an athletic rest for sports activities. AVES CHILDREN Debbie Tilswcrrtli, 17, of Dids- ury, was recognized for her uick-thinking action in saving iur small children from a fire, 'bile babysitting the children, ebbic discovered a fire in one oom of the house. She quickly oused the children, removed hem from the house and sum- moned help. Debbie then closed the door 3 impede the progress of Ihe ire. Hes prompt and calm ac- ion helped to save the children s well as the house. Barbara Palm, 17, of Rim ney, received, her award for extensive participation in com iiunity activities. Barbara has served as editor of her schoo >aper, as a member of "Read or the Top" team and on stu dent council. Miss Palm taugh Sunday school, aided with Cub and sang in a teen choir. Sh las travelled to the United Na tions, New York, and Toront as a representative of her com munity. She is an honor slu dent. Lana Spreeman, 17, of Olds was honored for her oulstand ing performance despite a sary board has announced the library, now retocaled in its lew quarters in the basement of the now town hall, will open Friday, Sept. 22 from to 8 p.m. The board has spent all sum- mer repairing, sorting and shelving the books. An excel- lent assortment of new books has been added Parents are urged to bring their children. Library hours have been sel at 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays ami from to 8 p.m. Fridays. Studebaker cars until 1955 when they took over the Ford dealer- ship which they now promote. Manager is Joe Ulrich and shop foreman Is John Ulrich. Sieve Ulrich controls sales and Martin Ulrich is shop tech- nician. Body work Is done by Alex vlimavicius, with the firm for 14 years. He is assisted by Handy Rinaldi. Also on the mechanical staff is Marsh Ulrich. Service work looked after by Frank Lu- cente and Henry Ulrich. Salesman for the firm Is John Binda of Coleman, a former mine worker. award GRANUM (HNS) Patrick George Cisar, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Cisar of Granum, was recently given a award by the proprietors of the Alberta Hotel, Granum, on behalf of the Alberta Hotelmen'g Association. He is majoring In physics at the University of Lethbridge. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone Taber keeps trying By ROSS GIDB Herald News Service TABER The Town of Ta- ber has a new bylaw designed to regulate and control the hours during which retail stores may remain open. Third in a series of bylaws which have seen difficulties In local provincial magistrate's court, this one was passed by a six-to-one majority. Voting against the passing of the bylaw was Mayor Arthur H. Avery, "to be whose opposing vote two weeks ago prevented a third reading at that council meeting. The two proceeding bylaws wore "thrown out" by Provin- cial Judge A. H. Elford due to inconclusive provisions. The court action came after charges were laid against a local store for remaining open for business after the approved closing hour of G p.m. Satur- days. Closed stores knocked by Nantoii businessman By GREG McINTYRE Herald Staff Wrilcr NANTON A Nanton busi- nessman has rapped business- COUNTRY NEWS These Are The letfibndge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY tAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUIL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. OEUA WOOIF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Paulin Juhnr................ Phone i Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising men in small communities be- tween Lethbridge and Calgary who fail to service the travel- ling public by keeping stores open evenings. Howie Armstrong, a variety store owner, told a meeting of the Travel and Convention As- sociation of Southern Alberta at Claresholm that tourists are angered when they arrived in places like Nanton, Claresholm and High River to stay the night and find Hint all the stores are closed. "The town of Nanton has j foughl for industry for years i without success and here have something already and we're kicking it Mr Armstrong snld. He said he has voiced his concern to local businessmen but to no avail. John Ncal, president o TCASA, agreed with Mr. Arm strong, saying that once a trav eller has not found stores open in a community, he or she wil not stop there again. Frank Smith, executive vice- president of TCASA, alsc agreed. He said Ihe touris business is becoming increas ingly competitive each year. Win the Great White Bird Remember too, that your money will likely be earning more than it is now. So come on over! Canada Trust is one of the nation's oldest institutions, created even before Eaton's and Canadian Pacific. Yet you'll find we're not only up to date, but well ahead with modern services like our Phone-a-Loan Service. To get a loan you just call us, and we make all the arrangements by phons. Here's your opportunity to win a luxurious, all-white inside and outside 1973 Ford Thunderbird. With evory you deposit in a savings account at Canada Trust between September 22nd and October 16th, you get an opportunity to win this beautiful white Bird. For example, if you deposit you get ten opportuni- ties to Our present customers can also participate by making new deposits. Canada Trust This offer, and the contest rules, are available only at Canada Trust branches in Alberta. Lethbridge: 3rd Ave. at 7th St. S. Edmonton: 100th St. at 101A Ave. Calgary: 8th Ave. S.W. al 2nd St. Market Mall, 3625 Shaganappi Trail Red Deer: 4928 Ross St. Medicine Hat: 3rd St. at 5lh Ave. S.E contestant shall be entitled to no more than one hundred opportunities to win. ;