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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THc IFIHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, December 17. 1975 Telephone rate increase puts Lethbridge into high-cost league Bv GP.EG McfNTVRE Ilsralcl Staff Writer A Feb. 1 telephone rate in- crease will put Ltlhbridge in th.e hash-cost league with Cal- gary and Edrnor.ton. Alberta Government Te'e- has served notice of the'.hly increase to customers in the 'Lethbridge telephone ex- change area. Rales will go up because has passed the 30.- CCO te'.ephcr.e numbers mark, Gcrrv Brice, AGT public infor- n2Lon said in a telsphcr.e i.n-.ervie'.v from Ed- monton. Coaldale customers, on a spe- cial tell-free line to Lethbridge, are air etc v en the higher rate and v.iii r.'.: he affected by the February in.crea.-e. The lore t raies are for ex- changes with Vf> or less tele- phone numbers. AGi's rate approved by the Public 'utilities Board of Alber- ta in the last time there was a general rate increase. This increase only affects customer; on the Lethbridge ex- change. Larger exchanges re- quire more banks of switches and manpower and are there- fore more expensive, said Mr. Brice. Business telephones will cost Sll. lip from !9 a month. Multi- party business up from JJ5. Residential rates will go to from SS, arid multi-party residential to from are based on both ot offering telephone service, and the value to the customer. Higher rates in larger centres are justified on the grounds that there are more toll-free numbers available to the cus- tomer. Cost o! telephone service, con- sidered alone, however, is less to larger centres, said Mr. Brice. Six rate groups, according to n'.imber o' numbers on the ex- change, are: up to 500 tele- phone numbers, S? a month busi- ness, M.15 residential; 501 to 1.500, J5.50 business, re- sidential; to tO.25 business, W.65 residential; to S7.Z5 business. S3.80 resitiential; to 49 business, residential; and more than phone num- bers. Sll business, resi- dential. AGT provides the best rural service ot any telephone com- pany in Canada, said Mr. Brice. There are fewer rural custo- mers per line than in other pro- vinces, In addition, v.hen the new J2.5 million AGT building en 4th Ave. S. transfers to auto- matic electric switches in April, Alberta will have six electric offices more than all the rest of the provinces combin- ed, he said. Jlr. Brice said automation plus "prosrovsive top manage- ment" is for AOT raits hc-ing among the Iwtnt on the continent. A sample of rates for resi- dential tinc-i Z-.25 a monlh: II.C. Ktguia tA.lZ: anrj H-jrn- illon. Ont.' i5.4rJ. Kates for toil- free'falls in the United ter.d to he higher a rno.'Ah res: d t i a! in ki art generally, hi- iairJ, n fight and shots, witness says The trial of a man charged and testified that when he ar- wour.din" with intent, and rived at the Baird criminal causing in-: Baird told ham he thought he j sr Jack partv Lett- hridee, April 13th Miss Richardson, ta answer to a question from Crown Pros- i Sallow, ar.d Alraarxier A crown witness. Marie Richardson, who at the tirre of th.e incident was living ASKED TO LEAVE in 2 hotsfi rented by berse'f i During the cross examrna End Eaird. told the court that on the night o? April !Ws, 1972, several rr.em'r.srs of the Iron Crois motorcycle gang came to the Baird residence for a Sh Uon. conducted bv Defense Counsel Martin Hoyt. Miss Richardson said that before Baird went to get the shtfgun, he had asked the Iron Cross group to leave several tirries. She added that Baird and said that after they came Pat Alexander and Mi- Fitzpatrick had previously had chael Swallow, both members some trouble witn the Iron or the sro-ro. poured beer on Cross gang. others' She raid: Miss Richardson said two to'd them if this was weeks before the shoeing inci to go on that thev should i dent, Shallow arid several oth- ieave the'house. CT members _rf the group jad come tx> Baird's ARGLMKNT An beVPeeri Baird arr. several mem'ryers of the' c.-wjn fo'loTred. she said, at Eaird and A! Cecil Fhzpat'rick. who also lived at the Baird wer.t th.e Ktcher.. and retij-ned with let them in the house; Baird was in the base- :'h the '.ho'.giT-1; at a i'ior.. thjey toM to .-ii. that over. hs Rlc'rardsor. said e: SwaL'oT? walked up to rouse; iiairn was in Tne gro-jp started retiUlUllOHS. OlllCer ing Iron Cross crests off the Ice fishermen re SAD HOLIDAY TIDINGS Ralph for -Vis Lethbrldc-j cf the Alte-ro A-.-.C'.lcilcn, holds a step Icddsr for employes Re-. so he cr, "XWA.S" lign. XMAS stands for "X 'isn ccove is posted necr Irteriecticn cf 5t'r. St. end 6ih S. fo rs- drivers thar Kai fcon Lirri. 76, of 324 6rh S. received a broken pelvis s'ruck by c car A'cn 27, cf Li-n rerr.ains in Sf. MichGd's Gere.'c! in condtticn. hJ." zxr.'iich, and i dared Bsird to shoot. 1 Eiir'i. Fitzoair.clc. and Pat AlszarjJer ten v.ent the kitchen where s i flfht broke and shoV were taken from Baird wall, which Bai-d aryi other of his red uirt up. "They seemed pretty hostile, Richardson to-ld the cwjn. TATOOS When Baird came out of the basement, and asked what thev were doing, of the members of the motorcycle gang told Eaird that if he have th.e gang tatoos on srrn covered up by next morr.-ir.g, bis back be broken. Eaird, PJcha-dwn, vrveral others atleraied Provin- cial Court some tirrie later at the request of the Iron HAND-MADE SCENE- 243 St. .1. ere of fcjr CT Lake for walleye She to'd the court that wa.-, the shcitgun were ntzpatncK, wl-u'.e effuse witnesses w! and hsd Baird do-ra 1 speus ice fish fj Trie uriseasorabiy prolonged cold vreathjer may mean the sp'-rt kick-off several earlier thian it5 norrriai January starting time, says a local! sporting goods store manager.! Several sp-ecdcs of fish may fining may r.oc, be fast, but the coality of fish is eiceilent to Mr. SomerviHe: and Scope Reservoir, ea.v perch, y.rjtefish rr. ay tskeo Pricesl Cold weather time may be used by ore per-, ice So.j-J-.en. lakes son. s for the return of the sports: Multiple ice fishing lines ,von. be s-r- in such FI manner that the operator i.- never more trian IV; feet from any of them st any given time. Es'i fLrtiing r.'.'i-.t be vrlth a slip of paper the fUhing licence number o n'jrr.rx-rs of the v be of ;tre feh- they awi keep in their pv-.ev for each f.pecies for v.-hicr. they are Ice fishing v.tJr.h may prove productive for the esrly- ice fisherman are S'jtier-.-oir St. Mary's ervoir for northern pikt; HOOVER BUY OF THE WEE MODEL 6306 KNIFE 1.-, '-'9- ager of St. ssid people a have piMed 'riiff. store rlncii Us'. TrWay. wiil peak thU Friday." he said. "If we get any fcn a day on Frithy a--vd I'll 'rx; ts- ''the bi? Mr ave Uen making A rt -t empty tirw storei report average F.airr) of beer snd hard Crash survivor IT IS NOT Later Than You Think You Can Still Scsy Merrv Christmas iite a year. WITH FLOWERS improves more said Mr. Wright., for the two Ttj-. main will The sole of the two-1 open frorn am. to car collision Satirrdsy near j p.m. six days a week while Fort U "coming: northii'le store rywrs are around f.sys l-'j p.m. during v.eek and T. ,J. Walker. j a.m. to 'i p.m. on Eatur- "But she's not out of danger I day. yet." Walker ssifl. rtore will be open fte Walker ss'd girl day before Ciris'.maji or the would remain day txrfore Yesr's sir.ce I pitaJized for "a tog time." i both holidays fall on a Monday. Poiniella Plonli Ajal'. Cut i Muir.i Corwaei i A COMPLETE RANGE OF PRICES IN ALL LINES! FRACHES FLOWER SHOP 322 4lh PHO STREET SOUTH NE 327-5747 ;