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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THl IETH8RIDOI Business licences required In SO days, the city -nil! be- gin licensing all businesses in Lethbridge. A bylaw to that affect was passed by a six to three mar- gin by city council Tuesday. The action amends the fire prevention bylaw eliminating the requirement that a fee be paid for a fire inspection per- mit. The licensing fee is on a vari- able scale, depending on the busineGS and has been estab- lished "to create uniformity and equal application of the City Manager Tom Nut- ling said. He said the fee w'ul go to- ward paying for services pro- vided only to certain businesses. The consumer has been ac- counted for in the bylaw under a provision which requires a li- cense applicant to hold a cer- tificate of proficiency for his business. Aldermen Sieve Kotch, Ed Bastedo and Cam Barnes votert against the bylaw. AH. Kotch said he is "annoy- ed when everyone and his dog Is imposing taxes on businesses. It-is redundant lo have three one .each from the federal, provincial and local governments, be said City Solicitor John Hammond said the license fee is to pro- tect local businesses. "Without i fee, the door is left open for anyone to come into Lethbridge and open up a business." he Mid. The bylaw also allows for periodic checks to see that peo- ple operating the businesses ere qualified, he added. Education Week Alberta will mark Education Week from March 6-10. Education Minister Lou Hynd- man said the dates were set early to allow those interested to begin making preparations. Education Week la usuaDy marked by school open houses featuring tours, displays, pro- grams of student talent, demon- stration lessons and various other activities designed to ex- plain the constantly changing methods of school operations. Charlie Bauer retires Charlie Bauer, teletypesetter monitor In the composing room of The Herald, retired Dec. 31 after 18 yean with the com- pany and more than 90 years as a printer. Mr. Bauer was born in 1906 in London, England and came to Canada seven years later to settle In Kitchener, Out. area. He accepted We tint job printer's apprentice in 1922 UK Kitchener Dally Telegraph, which later amalgamated with the Kitchener Waterloo Daily Record. In 1927, Mr. Bauer began working it the Brandon Sun. After 23 years, he moved to the Moose Jaw Times Herald. In June, 1953 he became part of the Lethbridge Herald staff. Mr. Bauer is well known both locally and across Canada for his itses, which hive won Mm trophies and recc at the National Show of t e Cana- dian .Rose Society in Toronto and in south Alberta shows. Mr. Bauer and his wife Flor- ence plan a trip to Victoria, B.C. to visit their son and his family. Turkey CHRISTMAS UKRANIAN STYLE Traditional clothing and food art a big part in the Christmas celebration, which was marked on Friday on the Julian calendar. Preparing for the Christmas feast of 12 meatless dishes are, foreground, Kateryna Kozak, Orest Romaniuk, Karhy Opyr, Vero, Sieve and Maria Romaniuk, Mychajlo Kozak and Bohdan Romaniuk, all of Lethbridge. The traditional dishes Included, pyrohy (dough filled with cheese, sauerkraut or mashed Kutia (wheat, poppyued and Kolach (a special braided Chrislmai bread) and Holubiti (cabbage -Walter Kerber Photos Wyihnyk MEETING PLANNED The monthly meeting of toe Travel and Convention Associa- tion of Southern Alberta will be held at the old courthouse in Fort Macleod Wednesday at 2 p.m. Monty Cake Kolach MR. GUS HEGLAND formerly of the Style-Rite Barbershop has transferred hit to GREGGY'S BARBERSHOP 410 13th Street North, and to welcome all hli old and new customers at hit new location. GUS HEGLAND AGT won't expand decentralization TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely tha monu- ment to honor your loved ones. Wa will ba pleased to atilst you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "We hav- been Satisfying for Over 60 Years" 335 Ith St. S., Lelhbridge Phone 327-3920 By JOE MA Writer It is not economics] to sta- tion marketing or building and industry consulting service per- sonnel In Lethbridge, Alberta Government Telephones said to- day. Southern Alberta Is being ade- quately serviced from Calgary, AGT public Information super- visor Jerry Brice told The Her- ald in a telephone interview from Edmonton. "Basically, residence phone extension installation in Leth- bridge has a 48 hour x said. "In outlying areas, there is a five day maximum. However, for installation on complicated equipment, the waiting period will normally be 30 days." Mr. Brice gave AGT's posi- tion when the Herald told him that in many cases, the install- ation of telephone extensions was referred to AGT Calgary whereas such a simple, routine service could be provided local- ly. "Our marketing representa- tive from Calgary tours southern Alberta every two weeks, spending two days in he said. your present situation, it is not economical for AGT to station a marketing representative in Lethbridge." LCC negotiating with resort for 1972 outdoors program MESSRS. MAX E. MOSCOVICH, Q.C. THOMAS SPANOS, Q.C. and PAUL MATISZ, Q.C. announce that on January 1st, 1972, MR. SAUL S. MOSCOVICH, Q.C. having retired from the law partnership, they will now continue the practice of low under the name of Moscovich, Spanos Matisz BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS 424 7th STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Costs of a summer camp pro- grain in the West Castle area, miles southwest of here will announced at the Feb. 2 meeting of the Lethbridge Com- munity College board of gover- inors. Negotiations are currently un- derway between the college and Castle Mountain Resorts Ltd., owners of the West Castle ski resort and outdoor recreational facilities. Resort manager Dan McKim proposed charges in October for college use of the facilities dur- ing summer 1972 that were too high, said LCC information of- ficer Gordon Colledge. The college faculty is current- ly preparing a counter propo- sal but will be presented for board approval at the Febru- ary meeting ami to Castle Moun- tain directors. The summer camp program started in 1970 with 60 students in two week hiking, climbing, horse back riding and nature study expeditions Into the Rocky Mountain area. The summer camp, open to anyone for per two-week session wu a credit course in the college's liberal education department. A larger enrolment Is expect- ed this summer. The college rented corrals, sleeping and cooking facilities and other resources from Cas- Ue Mountain Resorts. Likewise, the building and In- dustry consulting service in Cal- gary looks after southern Alber- ta's needs when new buildings are built, when industry installs sophisticated types of telephone equipment, he said. Lethbridge will be one of the first cities in Canada to have a SP-l electronic switching equip- ment, to be installed In the new million dollar telephone building scheduled to be in ser- vice in the second quarter of 1973. SP-l, with facilities for abbre- viated dialing, conference call- ing and call waiting, B de- veloped by Northern Electric. Besides Lethbridge, the only other cities in Canada which will nave such facilities are Ayl- mer, Que. and Calgary. "The SP-l will have an ulti- mate capacity of tele- phone Mr. Brice said. "This will be good until 1977, when another major review will be taken." The number of telephone lines in Lethbridge and adjoining areas is steadily increasing. In the city of Lethbridge, there were lines, includ- ing main telephone sets each with its own number in December 1971. In the 34 Lethbridge district William D. Peterspn, B.Comm., LL.B rnH Kenneth J. Purvis, B.A., LL.B wish to announce that effective January 10, 1972 they will be associated In the practice of law under the firm namei PETERSON PURVIS SUITE 1-321A 4th ST. S. UTHMIDGE, ALBERTA Phone 358-9666 OFMCI 5125 4Jth AVI., TAHR, AIBWTA 223-4224 areu, there were an additional lines including main telephone sets. The number in December 1968 for lines in other areas of south- ern Alberta was not available, hut the dry of Lethbridge had lines, Including main telephone sets. The number of pay phones in Lethbridge increased from 189 in 1968 to 194 in 1969, 196 in 1970 and 204 at the end of last year. In Lethbridge, long distance callers requiring operator assis- tance can reach the operator within 10 seconds 96.6 per cent of the time, Mr. Brice said. "The service in southern Al- berta is among the very best in he said. CHARLIE BAUER Warrack to speak Lands and Foresta Minister Allan Warrack will be the fea- tured speaker at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge East constituency Progressive Con- servative Party of Alberto. The meeting will be Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. in Sven Ericksen'i Family Restaurant. Mr. Warrack, MLA for Three Hills, is expected to speak about the role of bis depart- ment in the new Lougheed gov- ernment- Trie meeting will elect 19 new officers in the local constitu- ency association and voting del- egates to the annual provincial Conservative convention Ed- monton Jan. 28 to 30. Lethbridge East Tory presi- dent Herb Axford said policy resolutions will be invited at the meeting here to be taken to the convention at Edmonton. The meeting is open to the public. JUST DIAL 3280111-3280222 NEW PHONE NUMBERS PHOTOGRAPHERS Lethbridge 710 3rd Ave. S. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 St. S. Phone 328-1771 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invltotimt Announceminti (14 Hwr Strvlci If N.ctiwry) Thank You Canh MatcKn Wt provide Complimentary PenonalTzed Head Table Place Cards with each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING OMOTOSKI Were tougher7ways. JANUARY SNOWMOBILE CLEARANCE '480 Travelcraft Sales Ltd. 9 only moto-tki moaeh. (new machinet) at lew ai 9th Street and 2nd Ave. Seuth Phone 327-4064 The Following Lethbridge Businesses Will Be Closed ALL DAY MONDAY IN THE COMING YEAR Bert Mac's Cycle Ltd. 913 3 Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Lethbridge Honda Centre 1117 2 Avt. S. Phone 327-8889 i Yamaha Cycle Sales Service Ltd. 21 St. and 2 Ave. S. Phone 328-6977 Thank You For Your Patronage In The Past Year! LEISTER'S ANNUAL JANUARY RECORD SALE MONDAY '3 off TUESDAY Vz Price WEDNESDAY ANT REASONABLE OFFER LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Building CONTINUES THROUGH WEDNESDAY-LARGE SELECTION OF RECORDS-ALL VARIETIES ;