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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CRTC hearings ginning 3 OTTAWA (CI'l The Cnna- (liiin Radio-Television Commis- sion May issued a list of 2110 applications In considered at hearings beginning Oct. 3 in Edmonton. Most of Ihc applications, which cover every province from British Columbia to Mani- toba, plus the Northwest Terri- tories, ore for simple renewals of licences and are expected to yet routine ap- proval. Others could produce debate, such as two conflicting appli- cations to set up an English ra- dio station at Drunks, Alia. Kacti proposed station would broadcast at 1340 on the AM dial. Monarch liroadcasting Co. T.ld. of Medicine Hal, Alia., to build a station there with 1.000 walls day-Urnc 230 walls night-time. The other application, by Dinosaur Broadcasting (1937) Ltd. of Drumhellcr, Alia., is for a sta- tion broadcast strength of watts daytime and 250 watts night-time. Dinosaur Broadcasting Ltd. is also applying to oneralc an English AM radio station at Calgary, with watts of power day aiid night. SEEK NEW STATION'S The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has submitted five appli- cations for new radio stations including an Bl-watt French FM station in Chilliwack, B.C. The other CRC proposals arc for 40-watl English AM stations at Cieanvater, Coal Harbour, Rogers Pass and Sorrento, all in BriUsh Columbia. Roger R. Ctiarest of Edmon- ton, applying for a yet-unm corporate! company, is seeking permission for an English AM station at Fort McMurray, Alia., with day-lime power of watts ami 500 watts at A JO.OOO-aml Eng- lish AM stalion for Dser, Alia., is licing sought, by Park C'ountv Broadcasting Ltd. of Red Deer. Wilfrid L. Horfon of cville, Alia., has applied on hc- of it still-unincorporalcrl company to set up an English AM station at Saint Paul, Alta., waits power night anil day. A proposal for n co-wall FM slation in Baker Lake K.W.T., to hroadcasl in Eskimo ami Knfilish, lias lieen submitted Donald G. Ingram of Baker Lulic on behalf of a society lo be incorporated. The hearing will also con- sider applications to huild leic vision stations to rebroadcas programs of otiier stations The proposed rebroadcasting stations include: Fmllvale, CBAUT, Trail, B.C., by to CBC. Kelly Mountain. oaclcasUnR CBUAT by tlm CBC Nakusp. ins CIIKL-TV, B.C. by Arrow Lakes TV Society Nakusp. Salmo, B.C. Hebroadcaslin the proposed Kelly Mountain station hy the CBC. Savonp. ing Kamloops, B.C hy the Savona Community As sociation. R1VEII KILLS 7 TEHRAN, Iran (Reuler) Seven persons were drownc when the rain-swollen Hive Sajadehnid flooded three lages near Ampl on Iran's Cas pian coast, said press report, published Monday. THE GARDEN OF OPTIMISM Sunrise Ranch Coaldale Phone 345-3517 New Potatoes-Corn AND OTHER VEGETABLES SPECIAL THIS WEEK GLADIOLUS ______________Wednndny, Auguil 53, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HEBAID Tracing river into an ocean QUICK SNACK Oppost- lion leader Robert Slnnlicld. prolcctctl from Itip Prairie sun hy a top hat, hitcs into a pancake at a fair in Hud- son Hay, Sask. on the week- end. He was in .Saskatchewan on a pre-filnctinn campaign trip. An election is generally anticipated sometime this fall. Hy I'AUI, VV. HAItVIvV .III. Associated I'rcis Writer COHVALLIS, Ore.