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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 'HE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Salurdoy, December 30, 1972 Lethbridge 9-to-5ers make it to fun but lonely Hour life er." Ihs opportunity, hut sorry she'll PnPf Ho' Thompson. Manitoba the r life where it's now or nevei nrstitS on a three-month said Hu-i, Symons, unofficial! be away for so long. Three Lethbridgei residents night club tour through North-: leader of the trio. she was enthusiastic have thrown off the nine-to-five j ern Canada and the Northwest .-if 11 be life for a whirl at the enter- Territories. tair.ment business. They have said good-bye to i wider recognition, family and friends and headed! "We've reached It could be the first step to Vi'e'l! have to do a lot or re hearsing and planning and psy- about fun job. but after seeing the North ater spending v.hile it'll he a lonely job too. all her life in the southern part of the country. Mr. Symons started playing that stage in coring ourselves up." owners safe from Around lift The three, calling themselves The Holidaycrs. started perfor- ming together in September at at the Holiday Inn when it open- ed in June. His first partner left in August and was replac- ed by Mr. Jlunroe. In Sept- ember they were joined by Mrs. L the Holiday Inn tavern. Dongwortti who had been per- They have been signed flt ,he and Ann Randall Ltd.. a Calgary Ajr Force Veterans club in the booking agency, to a three- ciw month contract. ,he Munroe wn] The Holidayers are handle transportation arrange- Dongworth, a singer-dancer- i and Mrs. Dongworth Marry Lethbridge residents may be lawbreakers, if regula- tions requiring ov-T.ers of bud- gie birds, hamsters, gerbite, canaries, and guinea pigs, to have a government stay on the books. permit corr.cdiene who has appeared care 0[ costumes and I in drama and musical theatre settings. in Medicine Hat and Leth- fhe Holidayers perform a without a government permu bridge. Harry jiurjoe, 36, a variety of including of the act states that no one born many of their own arrange- Charles Doherty, Lethbridge district officer of the fish aud v.ildlife division, told The Her- ald Friday that to his know- ledge. no permits have been issued from the Lethbridge of- fice to owners of "exotic pets." An appendix to the Wildlife Act has classified such pets as exotic because they are r.ot "in- digenous to Alberta." Section !7 or licence can "transport or Ballad' sineer' who was control or hare possession of near Foremost 2nd taught him- j men'ts, "accompanied by "an say exotic wildlife, or bird ot the ami instru- eiectric organ or electric piano, prey for any purpose. ments at age 25, and Mr. Sy- and drums. Mr. Doherty said that at mons, 33. a vcrsaiile musician-; _______________ present, fish'ar.d wildlife in singer birn in P.eeina who grew Lethbrirjge is not planning to j up "in Toronto starting music Air pollution system okayed Environment Minister Bill Yurko has announced the ap- proval of the air pollution con- trol system for the Intematiwi- cl Distillers (Canada) Ltd. plant in Lethbridge. The approval is mandatory, the Clean Air Act, be- fore an industry can start pro- duction in the province. The S12 million plant, now enforce the regulations. lessors at four. Is enforcement j They open a two-week stay at every time you get a new act, the Kitt inn in Thompson, Man- you don't go out swinging a itoba on New Year's Eve. you club." This will be followed by two weeks at Nipav.Ln, Sask. a j month at Ycllowknife in the] Northwest Territories and two-1 week stays at ahout hvo ether i centre-s returning south. j will study k drug He added that the police don't stop every motorist exceeding the speed limit by a couple of miles per hour. Grant Campbell, chief ad- ministrator of the fish and wildlife division has said that _... while it may be illegal to own I They are scheduled to return tion withheld immediate such pets, "we're rot doing any-1 April 1 to the Holiday Inn. the fede-al eov- thing about it." i The Holidavers finished at, m tse 6 eminent s announcement tnat iy be extended to than amphetam- Mrs. Jn-Ann Criiclifield cill serves as interview area Medical Associa- he gerbils, and hamsters are Tfce three were enthusiastic' on northern "The reaction of our fami- ur.der construction in north j as budgie birds and '-should Lethbridge, is expected to begin j be refiacd so that these com- OM-atioa next falL i men pels are deleted." specifically excluded, Mr. j about trying their sunny talents Campbell said the regulations were not aimed at these He explained that the resii- lies has been said Mr. lations technically had extended Symons. into an area for which they hadn't been intended Each The announcement by ftrier- Alcoholism counsellor us meet i'Ji By WARREN' CARAGATA Herald Staff Writer i There are more than 730 a'.- cohoL'cs in Lelhbridge and 90 1 Health Minister Marc i cent o[ jobs> Ottll cr.de said the government r problem, the skid ro'.v alco- holies, the native pejp'o, ex- convicts, and transient giris Vi.ho otlen up before the courts. Every morning, Mrs. Crltch- SAD AND GL.-UJ to the cell block in correctional said ''Our committea hasn't family is b'j.h about the trin GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT (LICENSED) 1517 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE HOLIDAY HOURS New Year's Eve (Dec. 31) 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Year's Day (Jan, 1) 1 I a.m. to 3 a.m. NEW WORLD RESTAURANT (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. looking closely at and tranquilizers but we aftt-r v.'mle involved in a crime. (charged and held in police cells She then gives the people or.' for court the next rnornj.gt are tvsp rr-on'p In alcchol or drug-related charges, c-n alcohol or drug-related c L p and others with alcohol involved charges, or are drunk when z "T.-.e Mrs.' Holiday Hours New Year's Eve (Dec. 31} CLOSED AH DAf YEAR'S DAY (JAM. 1) CLOSED ALL DAY REGULAR HOUSS STARTING TUESDAY, JAM. 2 HAPPY NEW YEAR HENRY YEE, HAROLD GEORGE PHILLIP JACK end JOHN clang the staffs of The cr.d Golden Restaurants like lo lhank all iheir cus'crners for pc'rcr.age cvsr past year and are looking for-vard to serving you in ihe coming PHONE EARLY FOR DELIVERY OR PiCK-UP SERVICE said Dr. Hugh Ar- j Per cent category, "fun--' Alc'jho- crimTnal code offence is com of chairman of tion within socirty, ar.d if they ijsm Screening Test, ii milted. the AMA committee on alcohol- get involved '.vith the lav.', it is answered honestly, can give v.'ren her ca.-e-, at cor- isrn and drjg "Until j on impaired charges." j her enuugh iniormation to judge are re- then, we cannot make any i jt is through the impaired I if a drinking problem exists laacerj from rec- ine.aningful comments." charges that the Alcoholism j ar.d the severity of the to them that thvr Tr.3 amphetamme controls, i Commission makes initial con-1 lem. icr.me up to the office, or sl.e which are" supported by the tact with these alcoholics, many ]f they are to appear in court, i will suggc-s; that they see an- r_( medical profession, include res- [of whom refuse to recognize grjts in court, and if they other asency, such as Native to cope and how w 'i of their lives drink- -.'l the oce f.r, tell any- tricting the drugs to six disord-' that they have a drinking prob- are found guilty and go to jai! 'Counselling, the Salvation the- biggest i-_n alco- the last i has a drink- crs ar.d filing reports with the 1cm. _ most dcTn't have the mor.tv department of national health Much cf Mrs. Critchfield's [0 pay th-2ir fines-she yss. cut! .'..ji she comes in and v.-rjifare or, ail prescrip- i work is taken up with ilic other j to the jaj] she crr-i-ct Knt of the j both group therapy, ar.d one-to- pro'S-arn 'of AJcohollc; Anor.yn.' treatment. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lh St. S. Phone 328-1778 We Are Pleoied to Announce Thor we ot9 now official Dealers tor L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies For the 151st Quorum of trie 70't We hove o Inventory of Eooki ond Suppllel, wilh parkirg to maVe your shopping convenient to you. rare i A prov-incial judge in Hudson said he bridge says he favors the pro- "Jth j j: cccaiions smce it came unto ei- vision of aosOiUte ar.d co..di- tional discharge in .sentencing i cornmsntLng on re- but he feels it should be used ]Xjrt3 that judge-, ir rarely. Alterta have difftrtr.t Provincial Jolge Lloyd ta'irjT-j to whether aijso'uU Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. Presents (2nd GENERATION) Serving South Alberto for over half a century (1922-1972) A SPECIAL NEW YEAR PROGRAM and conditional should Ixj granted. rs! "Although the wording of the r.o legislate! Ls somswhat confu.-- ir.g, I ir.terprct it to mean cha recreation won't affect The provincial r.evj policy f-.-r m'j.-i'ipal reert-aUon will r.ot affect brldre, the cit; 's scn-lcc? f'ri'iay. Boh was i.-.g on tin by Ite- Minuter Horst Serirnirl that the bos re- rmved some on municipal rnore planr.irjg the local level. "The r.-ay '.-ut sorr.': the red tipe, rr.skir." "P i? f