Lehi Calls Public Hearing On Qancing in City Taverns By EDNA LOVEREDGE LEHI — A public hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, April 15, regarding a city ordinance which now prohibits dancing in local taverns. Tavern owners met recently with the city council relative to this matter, asking that permission be granted to allow thir- type of entertainment in their establishments. Investigation showed that the city ordinances prohibited the sale of beer and dancing to be carried on in the same establishment. Therefore,'a public hearing has been set to review the ordinance and see if any change should be made. Jack Sly, president of the Lehi Wildlife Association, met with the council in its regular meeting this week, seeking permission to use the basement of the Memorial Building for recreational purposes when the National Guard moves into its own building. The council informed Mr. Sly that the American Legion had first chance on the use of the basement and referred him to that organization to work out an arrangement. A committee from the Hutchings' Museum Corporation met with the council and asked permission to use Wines Park for a carnival on July 24. Members of the council went on record as opposing this date as it would interfere with an annual celebration to be held in Cedar Fort. School officials of the Lehi Junior and Senior High Schools will be contacted and an arrangement sought to stop students from throwing paper and refuse along Main Street and Center Street up to the high school during their lunch hour. The council passed a motion to pay Lawrence Glather $925.69 for the new floor covering hi the library. Mr. Glather rushed this work to hrve it completed in tune for the open house in connection with National Library Week. The council assigned members to meet with the local Ground Observer Corps this week regarding the position of the local Post Supervisor. A motion to purchase lights for the Veterans Ballpark was carried unanimously. Lights will be purchased as necessary to light the baseball diamond. The creation of a city hospital board was discussed. Members of the council are to make nomi nations for candidates to this board at a later meeting. A general discussion followed regarding insurance rates offered by the Utah Municipal League. No action was taken on this matter. The mayor brought up the matter of a waterline to be installed on Main Street between Third and Fourth East Streets before the balance of Main Street is widened and surfaced by the State Road Commission. A discussion was held regarding sales tax. Investigation will be made as to whether this tax is being collected on a county or state basis. City licenses were reported on and a general discussion followed regarding several local business firms who have not renewed their licenses. These will be contacted. A report was also given on delinquent utilities bills by a local business establishment and arrangements have been made to get current with them.