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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LFIHBRIOGE HERALD Wedneiday, December 20, 1972 Banks open Saturday morning Local firms set holiday hours medics! denial prac- ha', e '.heir sched- ules for ihe o approaching City close v.eir rerjisr Fndsy e'." e n in t o; 6 p.m. L.I: i Friday, bu: from 9 a rn. A bank mar.ager loM Tr.e Herald "i'.e specie' hours were '.he of a si-pu- latior. in Ir.e ihar- lo riser than ciy hid o op-o- or. or face four-da'.' hoL-iiv cre- ated fay Mcn'Jay. Boxing Day. TueECay. zr.d our norms! closing sched- he said. open icr norms', hours Vr'edresday. close at. 8 p.m. Dec. 29 ar.d re-coen a: nomal tirr.e 2 rcr- schedules be resumed. The o: banju Till he charged z-. '.Tel! for the urn Ner.v Year's M-eeksr.l th.tir p :r.. tiir.e bur re-oix-n from They "ill re-rr.'rn their nor- EZeiiEL p.m. Dec for the remain closer! until Jan. 2 v' again st their normal Limes ar.d follow their j normal schedules. Special Ehoppirg hours will re in effect Ln the Centre Vil- lage College shopping until Saturday. Stores in both at 9 p.m. Saiurday. Village Mall stores ".ill a: S a m, Wedr.c-yJay for a and remain un'.U 5 p.m. Normal hours bo in effect from Thursday through Dec. Cer.tre Village Mat] i I' re o on for o u F ir. ess Jar.. 3 at 9 a.m. for another special1 ard uill remain open un- ti! 0 p.m. roJese Shopping Mall operate at Lheir normal hours Wednesday and ending Dec. 30. They v.-'.U re- open Jan. 3 Et their regular hours. dov-Tto-AT! stores will cloj'-a 6 p.m. Saiurday EJid re-cpen for normal hours r.efday. Regular hours re- Li effect until Dec. 50 the stores v.ill close. Tr.ey v-H re-open at tretr romial hoiirs -Jan. 2. There h-e postal earner delivery Saturday ar.d the pott rffice Trill t-e ocen from 3 a Co I p.rn. There sriM te r.o costal service on Chris trass or Day normal scr- vice resun-Jiig V.VJrcMlay. .Normal postal wicket service v.ill be in effect Dec. 21. hut th-jrc re m carrier de- hvory. HT-.ICHS v.ill their r.orra2l scr.cduics Jan. 2. Lethbridqe Judge's Court ar.d Ire v.ill te clw-ed for Christmas: Box- i.Tg Day ar.d Xe'.v Year's Pay. Regular hours in erf'.-ct the facilities are open. v, ill he no dairy bome- delive on Eox- ;ns Dav o- Year's Dty. iCTvic- v.rl in ef- fect frorr. to 20 and will re; :me after Year's en Jan. 2 .Most local cilnic-i v.ill close Friday and nesday. Tr.ere v.ill be doctors 1 en call from each clinic while trey are Clinics wiU close again Dec, 21 ard re-open Jan. 2 lor the New Year's Holiday. Doctors from each clinic 'ATU again be on call. Most city dentist offices will follow I he closing schedules of the me-dical clinics. There will be dentists on emergency call during the holidays. If a dental problem arises and a person is unable lo reach his demist he should contact the emergency rcom of one of the local hospitals and the "on-call' dentist will be The Herald v.ill rnrt publish en Christr.ias or Year's Day. City police, the city Tire de- partment and the RCMP will operate on their normal sched- ules viith full sLaff comple- ments. Funeral plans completed for accident victims PARADE HOMES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Wed., Thurs., Fri., 7-9 p.m. 1906 Lakeside Road (2 doors N. cf Vd'ooleo's Main Entfance) PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 358-8535 Fur.era! for tho seven victims cf last Satur- day's near Macleod have been com- of the were Indiaji Tne bfji-j of the seventr. 48-year-old Roberr Ross Csmpoeil. bec-n stn' to his r.oine-tov.-n of OuMvjk, sii viho rlied the -xere Ada Mae Fox. i 32, snd hey daughters Li. Norton. 11. ixd Etck-.- Mar.'. 9 Er.d Mr-. Fox's Her.ry A'.or.c- 73, anr his v.ife.. LWL-C 71. for the were tfj trils at St. Miry'; v.itr. hiiriil fo.'- Li the Eiv-d ter.'. Tr.e Al'vf.w t'lr.fl Tzx-Jxs; L-I S-.. Paul's Cerr.etery J-ur.ers! i'. S-. en the reserve at II a.m. The Foi family victims are survived by Jcnas Duffy Fox. Mrs. FO.T'S h'osband, arjd two sons brcthers. Jeffrey Bruce Foi and JcKeph Craig Fox. i The SUuxling Aloses are i vived by three 6OD5, five daugh- ttn. 4o grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren. The only slirviver in crzs'n 13 EL'Tiie Starjdijig Alone, seven- grarjldaughter of the Standing THEY'VE GOT FT These students al 5t. Basil's Efe- Jney ore. The youngilerj hove olio bsen collecting food School realy have the true spirit of Christmas- and, later this week, everylhing will be furred over (o for the past few they have been moVing and the Salvation Army for distribution- pairing fcyi lo give to fhose aren't cs forlunale ci Messiah tonight Tr.e Southnuroter Church choir's prodijctiot) o! Haixlel's Messish vrill iv; on Cnan- r.el 2, csblevision, trxiay at 3 p.m. Tuesday's Ksrald incor- rectly rep-vrirf the sr.owiria as chiTT.el IS at 7 p m. Settlement terms for teachers in southland expected this iveek for the settlement o{ likely recommend a Eettlemer.t ?.choo! rJi-.-Isicrji in Ire ri'v have ij-ye rish'. to teacher ccntracts in 12 South- this vreek, said prev said arxyjl th-t pro- to rsJTe f'lr.fij em Alberta school di'nsions, ident Ray Clark; of Eurdett in a vincial 1571 over pro- could this week, letter to the LAthbridge count> cali-jD finance plans helrl up gram. bridge have, school progress in teacher con'ract told. Talks cover teachers in A t h r e corciliation' the rural sohwl dJvL-lons soijth An Alherta School C1 7 I s extract; of Valcan. -V.ter to hC'llOOl VCHr 1 Talks over RCT i.ontracts for Tiiesdiy schvil 1VD ar.d 12j v.iU nx-tive ar. least 1 school in tr.5 Ci'.y of much on a Sa- 7 1, 1 Lethbririse ars sko sis a 1073 as Itev did !K2. COllltl CliailffG School trustee in r.r, a '--iv.-oi-r, the Alberta1 Talks over neT contracts for Tiiesdiy school 'ieacr.ers arid the 3.VD ar.d 12j v.iU nx-tive at leust So' A'Jxrrta Au-1 school tochers in the Ci'.y of much mor-ey on a bs- thoriLes Association iret in TijCT'Iav Erf today. hard the P u ii i i c f Mi.'Jsler Lou j.u .'n._i-wi the ASTA Siid 7rr.w Southern AU-ArU B. "COUNTY FAIR" 2 LB. ASSORTED CHOCOLATES ASSORTED CHOCOLATES Q "7 I iU f a D. "COUNTY f AIR" 12 OZ. CHERRIES lOWHEY'S 14 OZ. MARASCHINO CHERRIES Q T F. SMILES 5 1: 3.84 in Zeller'i Shopping Centre on Mayor WcgrDlh Telephone 3J3-317I rnirjlTtrrr 'hal a I f I ctnt in f ,IfimirP hinds v.ill apply to to ytsr "O f> I txLlf Li.-jn tocher's r-'-pn- cd'JC-aijos :n .Ji.i. s. r-6 ASIA said Mr. H-.T.drsan M'.-i'.fl-.a-.lon fe :r, I he fr..- iKi [feat lh': yei" U r.avr Uen [0 qrarr. o: fce- a.5 nearly as a fatso [or educa'.ion prog-air--; LT Lfttl-brrldgfe o: en- 25 p'jpih tcachc.- jr. each ar.d 24 'P'ir'i a-e at mr'Hr.a In the ASTA that E-r'y-! corr.r.-u'.tet au- and at the fe'jS 'W from Ihft Tiirin ----l-.-rjl rt.-.-.-i-m a: WillcrJr e. Jan. 20 15 'Arm thh yesir. b'jt t-.-j Province study r.'X iloied. student transportation tiai s.-.d i! tr..-; -.choo! in corn'irJty v.-'.jld LUrrally A 0, turn expire -when try; ichool :.Tr. a ar.d s'.ij- cslion i.'j a dr- operation fro.'O t.-ar.-.ryjr'.cd U> boards school div-Isiou at Tarx-. He pro-i'-xj! a lo the E LhrrAiijhout Ir.': V f'orly Mi.'e, r.67'. commJilee from' I.'nlfarm Ir.'.al a. tfx? a revt'jd trar.v 75 to coj.-.'.y hs- a Eroxr.u.Ti of portion finarxjing [orrrjUJa." in the oyjniy. Tr.-e t'.Trf: ir. tho soy.i in program 2 corrx; to rxj 'io'i'e of closure bv received hy '-fA fxrtr.- hudgettd the r.oa-.ty iaid pa-Ct scr.oo! pro- arxl trjstee rX rjrjpart- IK asksd fw in tr.c- rr.'.r.t cd pro-.-ide; study. the of a Meam.Wlft. a'. of in f-'f.-.r'< OTi ,LT.i'.ion oq the in Lrie IV7-V co'jr.ty. 74 program. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 3i4 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 HA An Exhibition of Original Oil Paintings Presented By HOUSE of FINE ART {Permanently locafed at 409 5th Street South) and for your Chrlitmai chopping convenience, ws are also [oeated in COLLEGE MALL until DEC. 23rd. "A Speciul Gift for that Special Person" "An Original Oil Pointing Will lost A lifetime" We will remain from 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m., December 22nd ot our Downtown itoie, ond 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. thru December 23rd at Collego Moll ;