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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Noisy white man's gadgets making Eskimos rgo deaf VANCOUVER (CP) .The, use of noisy products of the v.liite man's world in the Arctic is causing a hearing loss among Eskimos, says the head of McGill University's otolaryng- ological department, Dr. J. D. Baxter. In a report presented to the annual meeting of the Canadian Otolaryugological Society, Dr. Baxter, who heads the Mon- treal university's oiolaryngolog- ical department, said a signifi- cant hearing loss was found among 97 of 156 Eskimos ex- amined in tha Baffin Island area of the Arctic. "The men arc worse than the he said in an inter- view later. "The men have been using high-powered rifles for years and their hearing loss was much more noticeable than that of the women, who don't do much hunting." He said another factor was the increasing use of snowmo- biles instead of dog teams in Arctic. "The sound levels o( these machines reach 120 to 123 dec- hcls. Eighty decibels is con- sidered detrimental to hcar- ng." He said extreme hearing loss was found among Eskimos at Pangnirtung off Cumberland Sound or. Baffin Island, v.'hsrs Young affair all the way NAPA, Calif. (AP) It was a young affair all the way. Leroy A. Young of Young Realty Co. sold the property of George A. Young on Young Street in Middletown, Calif., to William A. Young and Olga A. Young of Glenn, Calif. Young said it was strictly coincidence that it was a "Young" deal in all respects. None of the Youngs are related and Young Street is not named after the buyer or seller. Eskimos were reported to spend 10 to 16 hours a day on snowmobiles un hunting trips lasting from four to 10 days. Dr. J. M. Fredrickson, a re- searcher at the University of Toronto, said industry for too long has ignored the effects of load, sustained nciss en em- ployees' hearing. "Industry doesn't test the hearing of employees who work daily in dangerous levels of sound he said. "Man- agement doesn't want to open a can of Dr. Frederickspn said it Is difficult to decrease industrial noise but companies should en- sure that workers are protected against it. MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) present! "Bogus Boogie Band" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. to a.m. FULIY LICENSED HEELS ARE DOWNFALL HOUSTON, Tex. (Reuter) A "policeman" was arrested here when spotted wearing high heels with a patrolman's uni form. The "policeman" turned out to he a woman barber stu dent. She was arrested by a policeman for impersonal ing an officer. BY BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Tho U.S. film Industry has under- ;one a sweeping change, result- ng in more stable management mt less of the chance-taking :pirit that marked Hollywood's jokJen era. An Associated Press survey o! he decision-making structure of 'SOLDIER'S SOLDIER' Gen. Creighton F. Abrams, nominated to tie new Army chief of staff by President Nixon, has been described by his collegues as a "soldier's As commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam for the past four years, Abrams has been in charge of turn- ing over conduct of ground war to the South Vietnamese. Thurxlay, ;un. it, THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Sweeping changes in film trade he seven companies switch major. U.S. movie discloses a drastic huw iiim [Jiojecls reach fruition. UnUl the 1950s, nearly all movies by the major companies originated within the studios. The go-ahead decisions were mado by a single dicta- torial Warner, Dar- ryl Zanuck, Harry Conn, Louis B. Mayer, or others. That's all changed. Nowadays, few movies are in- itiated by the studios them- selves. Nearly all are "pack- put together by in- dependent producers, usually in- cluding completed scripts, directors and stars. No single executive wields life-or-death power over film Canada's 105th birthday celebrations open July 1 SPORTSMAN'S CAFE HP 92 NORTH MAIN I KALISPELl, MONTANA, U.S.A. NEW HOURS1 NEW MENU! NEWLY REDECORATED1 6 p-m. if BREAKFAST DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS DINNERS if SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU H Anything on the menu can be fixed to gol I GOOD FOODI FAST SERVICE! REASONABLE PRICES! Passport Photos Candid Picture Framing Pholo Supplin A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phciw 710 3rd 5. Phono 326-0222 FRIDAY and SATURDAY VERA SINCLAIR AT THE r A LABOR Milt CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS Friday "TAMREX" Saturday 'ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! MINERS 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL Th- June 22 Frf., June 23 Sat., June 24 Sun., Juno 25 Men., June 26 LIONS POOL June 22 Fri., June 23 June 24 Sun., June 25 MOT., June 26 Public Sw Public Sv Public Sv NOON HOUR SWIM mming Public Sw Public Sw Public Sw Public Sw Family Sw NOON HOUR SWfM Public Swimming mming mmir Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Public Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming Swimming HENDERSON POOL Thurs., Juna 22 June 23 Sot., June 24 Sun., Juna 25 Mon., June 26 Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming Public Swimming p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m, p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. T6 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 56 NOS. IN 57 IN 53 NOS. IF no trngo called after 57 not., we will conlinut for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY JUNE 22 BARNEY AND THE BEER NUTS FRIDAY-JUNE 23 BRIDGE TOWN TRIO SATURDAY-JUNE 24-----CUFFS COMBO By MICIIELE TETU OTTAWA (CP) Fireworks and street dancing July 1 will begin this year's Festival Can- ada, Ottawa's month-long cele- bration o! Conacia's 105th birth- day. "I just hope people will have a good time and learn to know their national says Ruth Francis, festival promo- tion director. The festivities begin 31 days of cultural, sporting and recrea- tional activities, planned by the cities of Ottawa and Hull, gov- ernment agencies and private organ! zatioiis and co-ordinateil by Ihe secretary of state. Attendance at last year's fes- tival was difficult to estimate, but National Arts Centre sales last July were up 20 per cent le tourist bureau serviced 22 cent more people than the revious year retail sales 10 per cent higher, said liss Francis. This year the festival has more promotion and a larger ludgct. CAN WIN TV Ottawa residents can win J elevision set by submitting thi name of a friend from else vhetv in Canada. The first o our draws will be made Juce 23 and each winning couple will bpcn air Astrolake Theatre will tffer jazz concerts, fdksingers or choral groups, plus an hour of classic silent films-all free uf charge. Other planned events include rydroplane races, a waterski how, sailing regattas, canoe and tennis championships, a fes- ival of Canadian and interna- ional films, a craftsmen's mar- tct and an antique car parade. Today's Showttmes PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Living Free" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Puppet on a Chain" Last Complete Show OREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "The Gang Who Couldn't Shoot Straight" "Heaven With a Gun" One Complete Show rejects today. The studios ar- iyo at decisions after consider- Uon by several top men. EEK FINANCING Some producers come to the tudios with partial financing-- rom banks, corporations, indi- idual investors and so on. Oth. rs seek toial financing from he studios. In cither case, the ilm companies exercise consid- erable control over casting, mdiiet. schedule and edit- ing. After a period o! freedom to edit their own movies, directors now are finding companies re- jataing control of the final prod- uct. This has brought squawks "rom film-makers, particularly :hose who have seen their works altered by the bosses at MGM. Despite the protests, studio con- trol is getting lighter. "I think the new system is working says iudepend ent producer train Winklcr. "You can get much quicker decisions from tho companies oday. The top management Is more positive about what they want to do. They're cor.centrat- ng on fewer projects and they ;ive you less interference than Defore." Another produce, who pre- ferred to remain anonymous, agreed, but with reservations: "The new system is safer, you don't have single bosses making ruinous decisions like Cleopatra. But you can't succeed in the film business by always playing it safe. "Those old pirates who used to run the movie business with iron hands were high rollers. They gambled for long shots with new stars and new kinds of entertainment. There's none of that gambling spirit in the exec- utive suites of the studios today." "ROBERTS and AKAP Professional Tape Recorder! and Slereo Compononti Available al JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. phone 327-4979 MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM Presents THE BONNIE JEFFERY TRIO from Winnipeg THURS. FRI. SAT. RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING at and p.m. "A KNOCKOUT POLICE COLOR BY BE ELSATHE LIONESS WAS BORN FREE... NOW HER CUBS ARE LIVING FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT MATINEE DAILY AT P.M. TODAY and FRIDAY at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE TONITE and FRIDAY at and p.m. Will keep you hanging on the edge ofyourseat I ALiSTAIR MtcUAMi PUPPET ON A CHAIN The hilarious comtdy about dls-Organiicd Crime. IHE GANG 1HAT couumnriHOor THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in the LOUNGE Songs by "RIA" In the CABARET "THE TREE" from CALGARY THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY if THURSDAY EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE FRIDAY AIL LADIES ADMIITED fREE MONTE CARLO DANCE ACADEMY IS SPONSORING A Dance-A-Thon SATURDAY, JULY 1 with all proceeds to CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION Name of Sponsor Address.............................. Telephone Pledget Number of hours and amount per hour. Mail this coupon ro Carlo Danes Academy, .535 13th SI. N. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN GREEN ACRES HSTROCOIM MGM Q HIT NO. 2: "HEAVEN WITH A GUN" TONIGHT thru SAT. GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. WHICH SCENE WILL YOU MAKE THIS SUMMER? Not communicating? When the convene lion itcpj, dancing should start. Dancfng brings you cloie, nothing eomei closer. Are you always on Ihe of fun end friencft on ihe ouliide looking in limply because you can't dance or aren't confident social- ly? Rediscover what it'i like to hofd iome- one fn your again. Unwind, Relax lose your uptigMi. impossible to luifoln an argument on tha ctanea floor. Try Dancing Try it. Dancing you Icgether emotion- ally and Thii vaccIJcn bo pre- pared la meel exciting pccpla (heI would fovB to ba your Id our pvrt ihow you iht best available. "Air Condilioned Ballrooms" 327-1442 535 13th St. N. 'CTWCC (LimiKd Time Offer) Lelhbridge, Alln ;