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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVELLING TO EUROPE We ogenli for TRAFALGAR, GLOBAL, and SOUTHDOWN TOURS Let us arrange your land ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 318-3201 The LetKbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, January 30, 1973 PAGES 11 TO 2U LETHBRJDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Stnrr Shopping Mall Lethbridgi, Alberto Phon. 328-7411 CURRENT STORE HOURS: to Man., Tuei., and Fri. Thursday to Closed Soturdoyi Symbol oi the West Passenger !rcir.5 rr.sy bs o fining or rne ;.i Southern A I b E r 1 n, scenes such as this abound ot whirls sioss across the Prairies. A shirl in emphasis frc-m rcil service to freight regies has nof efirr.inafecf j h e country grain elevator end small sidetrack ct centres such as Broxburn, ess; of Lethbridge. concert Feb. 13 The Alberta Heart Founda- ilc-r. u-lll hold its canvpaip kick- off concert Feb. 13 at the Letn- bridce Coilepate Institute au- dttcrium. reiiorniinc the concert vrii] tv the Princess Patricia Cana- dian Listht Military BtL-.d of Calgary aid the LCI 52V? Sttzie Hironalta. the k'ttr.riEr.or.'s officer. Ticket for the concert, start- ing at can be ob- ai the LCI, Letharidge C o m m u nity College. Eaton's. Leister's Mu- sic, and Musiclacd B: 51 each. The foundation i; also look- inc for canvassers to on the Monday Heart Biitz Feb. 26, Mrs. Hirmaka said. "We need 600 cajivar-sers but pn far TV? have only got 500.'' Edna said. "We need men canvassers. So far most of the people have lined up are Most of the money the foun- dation receives goes to re- search into cause5 and pre- vention of heart and blood ves- sel diseases. Gty spends tax surplus The city had a S13S.OOO tax- ation revenue surplus last year and city council Monday found four ways to put it lo use. Rather than borrowing S25, OPO for renovations to the pro- vincial court, a similar amounl will be taken from the surplus for the V.-nsger Tom .Vutting emphasized that the province pr.y for the renovations uitirna-o'y through i.it-reasod rents for turee years en the court facilities. Another STcV.V-J will be used to icr the lana at 6th Ave. and St. S. on v.'hlch the now ffro will be K? wii; b? for extra erst? in corstructior. of the new headquarters ar.d training fa- cilities at ti-.e Xo. Fire" Hall or. the north sMe: ssfl.noo sill City may abandon land servicing role official Lethbridge Mayer Andy Andersen mads if al[ official will again be Heart Month. Mayor Anderson and Edna McMuliin, campaign chairman for the Alberta Heart Foundation, a'ispIcy the proclamation signed at ciry hall by the mayor Monday. council Complaints spur licence study ART DIETRICH DfNTURE CLJNJC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 Sth Si. 3. A renew of Ihe licence fee structure for certain home oc- cupation businesses will be con- ducted by ihe administration at the request of city council. Alter filing several letters and hearing delegations protest- ing the fee structure, council voted Monday to reconsider the structure for music teachers, kindergartens, day care cen- tres and home occupations for the handicapped. The strongest opposition came from music teachers ar.d kin- dergarten instructors. Arthur Putb.nd. reprosontinr the music teachers, called the horbitam and unfair." but said they had no quarrel with the principle of the licence. "There are about :0 or 3D teachers vho are not reg- istered ar.d who cio net pa> a fee. All of ihe teachers who are registered pay the fee nnd t'le rest siiouW." Mr. rutland Aid. Ycra Ferguson sivg- gested if the registered teach- ers knew of other teachers who are not paying the fee they should let the city licence in- spectors know. "It's your obligation to re- port these Aid. Bill Kergan added. Margaret Doyle, who runs Niutbg confirmed her Mr. Nutting said the f50 fee, is for a home occupation in only s telephone and of- ficer- is set up. The fee is for a honiiKocupation in which SttXi fee acd pay no the home is used for "other Cltv Manager facets of the the Dick and Jane Kindergar- [ea in her house, also refers to the licence fee charged as "unfair." This year, she has been billed S1CO.' Mrs. Doyle said kindergar- tens run in churches have only to pay business Fluoridation more costh DURING ACTIVE TV's JANUARY CLEARANCE oi'erWa titioridjtion plan: in "11 nf more f iscite on fiuondaung the citv s conjunction with the city s wat- vvater was defeated two lhan square tee: m fioor or supply, city council was told a--o area, and correclionarifs or Council took no action on the delicatessens remain :n the by- By comparison. City Munsg- ni.-.tter. :-.v or Tom Nutting said, the cost _ to i he city of paying part of. Contrs ot tie the of fluoride city solicitor was inst-ic- >.v !x- (o busittcsfes PC nnd ss.iHXi a ;o an i-oulr. be affo.-tod by tlw year. bylaw to allow confoctionnrifs and dclicaiessons to st.iy otvn i 7 a.m and The chance was rocoinmend- 1 by a group oi '-T independent By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer A motion that the city get out oi tie Jand sen-icing business was tabled by city council Monday. At tjie same time, the second oi an expected five requests from a local de- i veloper for the city to live j up to the terms of a letter I confirming the cosr of land servicing was also tabled. Aid. Vera Ferguson, vrho sub- mftfed the motion, said the pol- icy of servicing new subdiv- isions was developed when the city ouTied most of UK land. Since that is no longer the case, private developers should be responsible for servicing, in- stead of taxpayers' mon- ey to subsidize Aid. Ferguson said. Recent problems related to servicing hare caused a great deal of stress to tie. adraiiui- rration and Aid. Fer- guson said. I One of those problems csme i before council Monday, brought by representatives of HaiCo Manufacturing Ltd. The company spokesman said the city should honor a letter received by the company last August from the assistant to the city manager in which a 554.50 per front foot cost to ser- rice a 15 acre subdivision in 1 southeast Lethbridge was con- firmed. About CO lots were sold on that cost estimate but no ser- vicing was done, the. spokes- men said. I rTnen an agreement was mailed from the ciry lo HaiCo in a clause hsd been included which imuld raise the cost about SS.PM above the original S196.000 estimate, the spokesmen said. i 'City Manager Tom Nutting; said no public company will allow estimates ra remain val- id after days and the esti- mate for HaiCo was more than nays old. He said estimates done by the city were low by 15 In 3 sinul.tr case. City Sol- icitor John Hammond snui the letter with the wrong estimate did not consii-.ute an agreement. On the matter of the discon- tinuing of the city's part in servicing. Mr. Nutting said there are 100 city employees and fl million worth of equipment in- volved. Tne resolution will be pd at a special meeting of coun- cil Friday. Busiiiess tax holds at present 8 per cent City cottncii voted unani- mously MotHEy against rais- ing the business t.ax to nine cer.t uis yesr from eight per cex in 1972. The reccitimeDded in- crease, from the cny man- ager, to provide S62S. 000 in -werjue to the city. The revenue at skirt per cent T.ll be about S558.MO. The :or tl.e rwo mended tax hike was ti other casts "fs been escaha'Jng but triat t business tax has h< constant." Aid. Steve Kotch said is opposed to raising business tax because increase will just be pass aionr. to the he Council rejects Grey Cup protest For UK second tune in weeks. council has refused to support a local minister in his opposition to the telecast- me of the Grey Cup football came on a Sunday. This time, the vote was clos- er, however, rornia; out riree in favor and three against Aid. Bill Kergan's resolution lo send a lerlpr to the CEC snd the commissioner o: the Canadian Football League protesting the day the came is played Rev. Ken Jordan of the First I'niir-d Ch'jrch arp-oachori council to suriport act-or. because '-corrjrerc-.alism on Stindays may de-r.y a peat -itrnber o; people LV freedorn of worslup The issue cses fa.-ther thsr. the o: the Grey Cup game. Mr.Vor- dsn said. "We are spying that if the other no: around pec-tile come 10 A'era Ferguson voted against the resolution, said. "It appears they fait us !.o quit e very-Jung else CQ Sunday so there h noth- ing left to do except go to church." Aldermen Chick Chichester. Cam Barnes and Vaughan Hembroff were not at the meet- CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE WEDICAl DENTAL BLDG. Lower level PHONE 327-2852 DOWNTOWN Will Be CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY (January 3D FOR ANNUAL STOCK TAKING Re-opening for business as usual Thurs., Feb. 1st! ihe bylaw by F.leven Stores Ltd. who have kept two of their jt.'dets opon --i hotirs a Charges ap.iinst 7-Elcvcn have txvn by t h c Tlic prooers askod ilist IV c.ilegon- of neighlxirhood scores in (lie bylaw, which puts n.i E. S. P. FOX Certified Denial Mechanic FOX (Lelh.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 304 Mtdical Dental Bldg. Phone. 327-6565 FINAL DAYS OF STOCK REDUCTION SALE JUST A FEW TAPE RECORDERS LEFT........" ONLY 4 HAN1MEX 35 PROJECTORS n1 off SOME EXCELLENT BUYS ON 35 M.M. CAMERAS Some Just One of a Kind LARGE SELECTION OF GADGET BAGS ALL REDUCED MAKE NO MISTAKE! DW nDmA but Thfl oddrtti it 1224 3rd Avc. South Opposite the Elks Club Phonf ;