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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Thurlday, December 9, 1971 Shopping hours .8.. confused a 11 y JIM lUYim: .Mivcd I'p Vtrllrr OonfiiMon IT: mis supreim-. Nut siiopni-" but also for And after Chri.-tmas is over, and New Year's "ay is over, shoppers arc tit IK- even mere fonfust'd shopping dcrwntov.-ii .-pccially if downtown carry out Ihcir voiced plans. But. first things first. Let's deal will! Ihr shopping hours in prior to Christ- mas. Some city merchants arc planning en opening unlil 0 p.m. starling Monday, Dec. The oil} bvi.r.v is quite explicit th'y can't legal- ly do it. Retail stores cannot legally oix'n bryiind f> p.m. until Tuesday. Dec. M. All major .stores and some Independents will be open from 9 a.m. lo it p.m. Tucs- Tl'ey will be open Ihr fame hums allh'iuph seme businesses say tin1" plan lo open until 0 m ne.-day, which would be con- trary'to the diy hjKiw Thursday, Dec. 30, all stores will be own until 0 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31. thev will close at" or r> They will remain Saturday, Jan. 1 and Sunday, .Jan. 2, getting back to rec'i- lar hours ffor p.wliile at least) iMcnday, Jan. 3. Several stores haven't de- cided v.'hat t'ours thev'11 be open. In summation: majra- stores and stores in shopping mal's will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. from Tuesday, Dec. 14 to Thursday, Dec. 23, closing be- tween and 6 p.m. Fri- day, Dec. 2-1. Major stores and independents not in shnn- Thirteen Fri- lay. Dee. 1-1. IT'jy will re- ping malls will close at nain open p.m. Wed- j or f, p.m. Saturday. Deo. ID. Some independents will open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues- day, Dec. 14. others will op- erate their normal hours the week of Dec. 13, some will open late starting Monday, nesday, day. Dec. 15 to 17. Woolco, Sears and Zcllers and merchants in Centre Village- Mall and Col- lege Mall uill remain open until 9 p.m. Saturday. Doc. 1 Dec. 20, some will stall late 18. Eaton's, Kresge's. Wool- I opening Wednesday, Dec. 22 worth's a.nd tbe Metropoli- i and a few will hold to normal tan p I u .s rnos! independents j shopping hours. will c 1 s c at or B p.m. I Safeway and L-Mart will be Saturday. i cpen 9 to 9 p.m. Mon- All the major stores and i day, Tuesday and Wednes- stores in the College Mall and day, Dec. 20 and 23; 9 a.m. to Centre Village Vail will he j R p.m. Friday, Dec. 24; go- open 9 a.m. to 9 pm. Mon- ing back to regular hours day, DM-. 20 to Thursday, Tuesday. Wednesday and .Dec. 23. Friday. Dec. all city re- tail stores will IM; closing be- tween 5 and fi p.m. They will remain closed Saturday, Dec. 25: Sunday. Doc. :'i; and Mon- day. Dec. 27. They will reopen Tuesday. Dec. IK until or 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. to 30; and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday. Dec. 31. IGA mil be observing the same hours as Simpsons- Sears. Confusing? Sorry about that. But wait until next year when independent merchants announce what hours they will be operating. In Wednesday's Herald sur- vey, various merchants indi- cated they will close Mondays in the New Year. Some say it's crazy to close Mondays, and they plan to close Wed- nesday afternoons instead. are going !o open Fri- day nights and others are go- The Christmas ing lo close Friday nights. Are you comin? Fourteen Christmas Seals near final quarter Seals campaign moved step closer to its objec- tive today when donations to- talling S5% were received. Thi.s brings the total to date to which represents 72.5 per cent of the objective. The total is behind last year at tbe same time bv The Kinsmen say: much more research needs to bo done be- cause one in 10 Canadians suf- fers from seme respiratory dis- ease. From preliminary indica- tions in tlie downtown area. some stores are going to bo closed Mondays, some are go- ing to be closed Wednesday afternoons, some are going to he closed Friday nights and some are going to be open Monday to Saturday with one or two nights of late shop- ping. It has been suggested that if they're not careful, some are going to be closed per- manently. Fifteen WIN A BOOK The four pictures above comprise the fourth of five groupings 1o be printed in The Herald. Those who are able to name all 20 books from which the pictures were taken are eligible for a prize. Enfry forms are available at the Public library or individuals may Sixteen keep their own list. Anyone 14 and under may take part in the contest. Pictures one through 12 have appeared in The Herald the previous three Tuesdays. The last group- ing will appear next Tuesday. Deane resigns his post as U of L arts, science dean This column is published every Thursday to provide publicity lor youth group meetings and outings. It is hoped the column will perform a dual purpose, as a reminder for members and an invitation for other youths to join in on the leisure-time activities. All notices should be ad- dressed to Are You The Herald, Lethbridge, Alia., no later than Tuesday preceding Ihe Thursday the event is to be announced. THUItSDAY, .Dec. fl, at p.m., members of the Lethbmjge Army Cadets parade st the 20th Ely. Build- ing at Kenyon Field under the new command of Lt. D. D. B o d e 11. Transportation provided. Boys 13 to 18 years welcome to join. For infor- mation phone LI. Eodell, S27- OSM. The army cadets will be going on a citizen- ship tour of Calgary on Sat- urday, will return Sunday, Dec." 11 and 12. THURSDAY, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m.. No. 11 Squadron R.C. parade will be held at the 20th Field Bat- Icry at Kenyon Field. Transportation will be provided by military trans- porl. For information Lt. Bullied at 327-1H6 days or evenings. THl-liSDAY, Dec. 9, at p.m., Navy League Ca- dets Corps No. 50. will be pa- rr.iiir.g at the Ship located at IKh Avo. and 17th St. S. Any boys II lo 13 years of age are welcome to join. FHIDAY. Dec. 10, at p.m., 3rd Lrlhbridge Brownie Pack is holding a talent night at SI. Basil's School auditor- ium Lt p.m. All arc wel- come. SATURDAY. Dec. 11, from fi to 12 p.m., Winston Chur- chill High School v.ill hold I dance with the Siddhartha from Spokane, at WCHS THURSDAY, Dec. 16. ill p.m. L2thbridge Army Cadet parade. SUNDAY, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m.; annual Christmas Ves- por service will be conduct- ed by the McKiUop United Church CGIT. More than 100 girl; and leaders will partici- pate. Everyone invited to at- tend. Coalclale man sells cattle to buyer from Scotland By KOX CALDWELL Staff Writer mainly because of difficulties j that management arts Is a Pliillip Deanc, the dean of arts and science at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge, has resigned j relationships with other members of the faculty. Prof. F. Q. Quo has been named as interim dear, until aficr only five months in the! 30- position Two assistant-deans have Dr. Deane lold approximate- alsojran appointed: Dr. Iv 3W students and faculty members, who gathered in the Heplcr. chairman of chemistry and Phil Butterfield, chairman good program." The university's current fi- nancial dilemma also contri- buted to the resignation. my way and would destroy the university in the process." He said he was resigning "for the good of the univer- sity." "As dean. I was faced with "r Iiave decided to withdraw the iielv job of making staff! my personality from these per- rats because there is not I sonality he said, enough money to keep HLs resignation is effective; By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer Confiraialion was received Tuesday for the first sale of a complete Aberdeen Angus fe- male show herd from the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto. Frank Slezina of Coaldale, owner of five Angus females and John Boake of Acme, own- er of one of the animais, re- ceived1 the cheque for payment of their show herd Wednesday, to complete the first such sale for the show. The cattle will leave Toronto by air Dec. 16 destined for quarantine in Scotland, tbe property of John C. Graham of Glasgow, a member of the Fyfe and McGroutlier Group. The sale was a private transaction. Mr. Graham apparently came to Toronto on a tour pre- pared to buy some female An- gus cattle. "He wanted big, large framed Mr. Slezina. "He packed our females out of 100 being shown at the Boyal an'1 claimed they suited his breeding pattern the best." Mr. Graham said he had good bulls but needed good females for breeding purposes. He was looking for animals which would produce good carcass weigh; and gcod rates of gain. Mr. Kbzir.a said the cattle were bought on speculation be- cause present regulations pre- vent any Canadian Angus cat- tle from being registered in the Scottish Angus herd book. "Mr. Graham thinks he can get then- registered in a year or two, especially once officials get a lock at said Mr, Slczina. He said he sold them mainly because Itc wanted to help im- prove the Angus breed. "They were actually replace- ment anima'.s for my herd in Cc-aldalc but I decided to sell them v.hen I knew they would help tbe entire he said. j Dec. 31. However, he plans toll ,.j ratunr inavp mvcpif i remain at the university in a r 41 nf nhilnconhv i uouio rainer nnscii mam concourse of the pmio-opnj. i 1 teaching capacity "until I can during the noon hour Vvednes- i Their appointments are also j'iw t, that he was resigning j for a sbc-month period. Uvahthrsame situation lastj day, was resigning j for a six-month period. In his politically-loaded state- find another job.'' Public meeting Friday for information service A number of federal, provin- cial and municipal agencies are attempting to determine the need for a single information service in the city. As a result, a public meeting has been ceiled for Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Uie Lethbridge Family Y, Doug Walker, editorial page editor for The Herald Trill be chairman of the meeting. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS IINED WATER HEATERS S120 AND UP Phona 328-2176 Presentations will be made by Cam Bracken, director of the provincial department of health and social development; Ken Spence, speaking from the ment, Dr. Deane said, ''I have been told by some people that I Ihey don't think I am fit to be dean. I have been lold Uiis to my face. "I feel like an orphan who I has been hired to write a 60- I chapter book and has been un- fairly judged on only three chapters of thc rough i copy. year in Quebec and didn't feel he could handle i it two years in; C a row. There have been reports from within the university that P Dr. Dean's educational inCHtlOll TOl ories and practices had alien-: ated a large segment of the! 717 7 T7 i faculty and student body. and J UKO were causing dissension in the The hypothetical solution is to establish one office which can refer such people to the I appropriate, agency for the re- j of the main rea- "The tension was so bad hero Dr. Deane was hired on a 60- during October you could feel month contract. quired service. I ssid one spokesman. (Dr. Deane) The Japanese Garden in Leth- recdved spccial ALBERT suggests CROYDON COATS sons he decided to step down volved in most of it." 1 j Ideas will be sought from thc i was that ha met such strong I Ken Runge. students' society communication elsewhere. The local approach is to avoid thrusting an agency on the pub- lic for its use without first get- ling the sanction of the com- munity, Tony Tobin, director of preventive social services said. The basic problem seems to be that a person seeking a spe- j cific service gets shuffled around from one agency to an- other and finally gives up, he said. Glidden Paint Centre CHRISTMAS SPECIAL SCOTCH PINE 1 CHRISTMAS TREES 7 fool tree with 147 tips complete with stand and packing box. j Reg. 32.95 SPECIAL 2595 Open All Doy Wldneiday Plui Thun. and Frl. Til 9 p.m. Until Christmas. Glidden Paint Centre 318 7th Street S. Phono 328-4595 community at large and from j opposition to his proposed man- j president, said it was unfortun- the Lethbridgc Community Col- lege, the University of Leth- hridge, the hospitals and the Health Unit. agement arts program. "I opposed by many peo- generated into personality ccn- ple whose judgment I respect and yet I am still convinced Disease was not cause of Reesor Lake Hsh deaths Examinations have s h o w n j Mr, Wobeser reported that was not thc cause of, disease doesn't appear to lie a death of many fish in Reesor causal agent for the deaths. Lake at Elk-water Park this] He said it is possible the fisli mention from a five member jury which travelled across Canada to rate the value of outstanding urban accomplish- ments. Twelve Canadian cilies re- ceived the official stamp of ex- jljcls jcellence and were presented "Lately, debates have been tha fest ,Eelies of hitter on a personal for urban velopment. I ate that the situation had de- 1 "It is unfortunate that this kind of thing had to happen." Dr. Deane told the gathering (hat a senior faculty member had accused him of "having a Caesar complex and scid that I v.'ould stop at nothing to have Five cities, including T, e t fo- b-ridge, received special men- tion for their projects. FAST BEAT The wings of a hummingbird eaks 80 Limes a second. I STYLED FOR THE SOARING '70's Our collection includes the belief, double-breasted also the tional fly-front models. All have xip-out borg linings and double-lined sleeves. PRICED AT "5Q.95 t to AT MEN'S APPAREL 331 3th STREET SOUTH OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. summer. Dr. G. Wobeser of Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon performed an an- alysis on some trout taken from Ihe lake, anil found no sign of disease following bactcriologi- il examination. He also found no infectious processes in the fish. died Iwcause they were liound. Apparently the area in which the fish dying was lacking suitable gravel to stim- ulate spawning. Tie said it is also [Kissible tJie fish experienced thermal shock from moving in'o warm, shallow waters from cold, deep i areas. FORTOTS Adorable new floating soap toys. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COttEGE MAIL 328-1525 Gifts Wigs Perfumes FURNITURE LID. 542 13th St. North Phone 328-1151 Chesterfield Suite 4 pieco Modern Murray in bluo tweed and floral, includes Sofa and chair hi-back chair footstool. 399 .95 ROCKER RECLinS 19 95 PRICED FROM............... 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