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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Radio-telephone plan for north OTTAWA (CP) In the Northwest Territories commu- nity of Baiter Lake it's easier to hear the Voice of America by shortwave than to reach some- one by telephone in a neighbor- Ing community 200 miles away. Thai's the reason behind a new radio-telephone pilot proj- ect undertaken by the commu- nications department. The program, storied last April, Is intended to set up ra- dio stations and a radio-tele- phone network to link selected communities in the Keewatin DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th SI. S. Ph. 357.774J Dlstrlct, N.W.T. and In north- western Ontario. FM radio stations will be set up at Baker Lake, N.W.T., and Big Trout, Ont. The Baker Lake station will begin broadcasting later this year. The one paid employee is a local man trained by the CBC. Programming will con- sists of local efforts and taped material from outside sources. Paddy Gardiner, responsible for the territories part of the project, said the radio-telephone network now is operating be- tween Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Rankin Inlet and Whale Cove. Eskimo Point will even- tually join the grid. There had been no reliable method of contact between these communities before Mr. Gardiner's team installed radio _ "The People Who Take Time to Build The Bost" Bring you the finest in Stereo Compon- ents now ovailable at: JACK'S RADIO TV SALES SERVICE 302 13th St. N. Phone 327-4979 MINUS ONE CLUB DANCE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. POLISH HALL 13th St. and 7th Ave. N. Music by "THE WESTERNERS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONtY Christmas Party? BOOK NOW We guarantee satisfaction Entertainment Friday and Saturday In the Dining Lounge Sunday JAZZ SCENE" (Toum (Elief Street from Paramount Theatre V V LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT 4. TONIGHT! SATURDAY! HIS, HERS and MINE NEW YEARS FROLIC TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE Members and their Invited guesfi Lions Club of Lethbridge 19th Town Country S1AAA CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO pi 11C A EXTRA rLUJ BONUS PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE Tine firsl card wilh all numbers covered (blackout! will receive the grand prize of In Ihe CQSB of more than one block oul ihe winners may "play- THE 550 BONUS PRIZE ft Tlio "L" Bingo has been called The "X" lias been called (or Ihe firsl "H" Down ihe "B" row, down llie "O" row and across I ho ccnlro for Hie first "Square" all numbers filled down tho "B" row, down the "O" row, across the top row, across the bottom row Thf> horun prizes will bo awarded lo ihe firs) correct according lo llie rotalion ol numbers called in thr? cnse of lies, will bo split. Bonus prize win- ners will havn thrir cnrds refunded to them lo continuo playing for tho J1000 blackout bingo CARDS ONLY Here are the numbers to dale: 1-23, O-69, 1-30, 1-20, 1.26, N-40, G-54, B-B. B-10, B-2, O-68, O-74, N-3I, O-7I, G-55, G-58. N-36, G-S1, G-57, B-l, 1-24, G-47, 1-27, B-15. 1-17, 1-19, N-37, B-3, O-64, N-44, O-67, N-41 N-43, N-35, 1-29, N-45, B-M, B-7, N-32 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: G-49, 1-10, B-6, O-62, 0-77 AHdilioaal i.umbois, plu> all nomuon already eallpd will bo pulillihod Saiurday la the lolhbrldqo Horald. WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phono 327-8670 immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS transmitters in local council halls. "You have to understand that we're there at the request ol tho local Mr. Gardi- ner said, emphasizing Eskimo participation in the project. The radio stations and the ra- dio-telephone networks will be enLirely Eskimo or Indian-oper- ated. Donna Pace, responsible for the Ontario end pi the project, said there now is a telephone link between Fort Severn, Sach- igo, Round, Big Trout, and Sandy Lakes. "It's made for ail sorts of changes, especially [or busi- ness, or dealings with Ihe gov- said Miss Pace. "They can't put people off any- more because of poor commu- nications." Reports of the project have attracted numerous applications from other isolated commu- nities, but the department has yet to decide how far it will pursue the project. Mr. Gardiner concedes that communications satellnes such as the Anik eventually will su- persede, radio-telephone links. "But, that won't be for a number of years in the future; ar.d besides not evary commu- nity will he served by the satel- lites." At the very least the project will prepare northern commu- nilics for the flood of commu- nications the satellites will bring, Mr. Gardiner said. Along similar lines, the proj- ect's radio stations may develop local broadcasting patterns to serve as models when television is made available by satellite. One Baker Lake resident pre- dicted that "you won't see any- for three months" after television becomes available in the community, sometime in 1973. GERMAN, CANADIAN QUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., NOV. 18th P.M. Music bv "RAYMOND CANADIANS" MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME 9th Avenue and Street North college cinema ZOtt Art. fr Mayor MaynJi Dr, 328-6300- ADULT TONETE and SUN. Joseph E.Levine Presents An Avco Embassy FUffl "They Call Me Trinity" SHOWING SUNDAY ol p.m. only ECKANKAR The Ancient Science of Soul Travel TIME: p.m. Saiurday, Nov. 18 PLACE: Boy Scout Hall 217 12th St. A South SPEAKER: MR. RAY FRETENBURG of Vancouver Western Canada Area Representative FREE PUBLIC LECTURE ELKS PUBLIC BiNGO 1251 3rd Avenua South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 1A GAMES lOlh GAME JACKPOT IN 53 NOS. IN 54 NOS. IN 55 NOS. If no Bingo called after 59 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 48 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED] PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Tonight Alberta Ranch Boys SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mciyfair Theatre Wall Disney's "RKflKXOUS AND BROOMSTICKS" In Technicolor. Angela hnnsbury, D.ivid Tomlinson mid Roddy McDmvn'l. Saturday. November .18. Shews at ami p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre Walt Ilisney's "NOW YOU SICK HIM. NOW YOU DON'T" In Technicolor. Starring Kurt Russell, C'csar Romero mid Jon !''lynn. Saturday, November ]Jt. Shows lit and p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Wall Disney's "HKDKXOHS AND IIHOOMSTII'KS" Tn Technicolor. Slarrinc Angela l.anshury. David Tomlinson ami Roddy McDnivall. Saiurday, November in. Shows ill nnil p.m. Family. Sunday. November 10 nt p.m. "IW2: Till', MOON.SIirNK'WAII" In Mel.ro- rolcr Atlull Nol Suitable For fliilihi'ii. TABER Tower Theatre "DUCK YOU SUCKF.R" or "FISTFUL OF In color. Sl.irrini! Hod Slcipcr and .lames rohiirn. Satur- day, November in, Shows at and p.m. Adult Not Suilable For Children. Sunday, November 10 nl p.m. Double fenluro horror .show "WHO AUNTIH TiOO" This Dr. .Ipykell and Sisler Hyde" In color. Adult. Movie producer looks to Canada Saturday, Novimbir II, 1972 THI LETHBRIDCI HERALD 7 I Snowmobile ban urged SOUTHAMPTON, England (CP) Aflcr 14 years in the British film and television in- dustry, Canadian director Alan Gibson is looking lo Can- ada lor his next project. He believes the film will be the first authentic Canadian western, taking a tilt at some of the fondly-held myths about the old frontier days. The Great Western Show- down looks nostalgically at the Canadian pioneer era and "reveals some fascinating facts about life on the old the 34-year-old Gib- son says. "Among the most surprising Is the fact that the Indians were often better educated and spoke better English than the settlers who came from European stock." Until that project gets under way next spring, Gibson is busy with a new British tele- vision serial, The Capone In- vestment. Set in the peaceful English countryside near the film stu- dios in Hampshire, the story centres on the ghost of mobs- ter Al Capone looking for a legendary fortune he is said to have amassed from the dian subsidiary of his illicit liquor empire. The hunt is for a million nest-egg reputedly invested by one of Capone's henchmen in Britain to conceal it from the prying eyes of U.S. treasury agents when he sold off the Canadian interest in the ille- gal business. Gibson's return to Canada later will be his first since he left in 1957 after an eight- month stint at the University of Western Ontario. He was born In London, Ont., but rarely stopped any- where long enough to call it home. "My father was a brigadier in the army, which meant that we were constantly on the move, mainly around Nova recalled Glb- ron. a burly Fix footer. When he came to Britain, he studied acting at the Old Vic in Bristol. Bdcall captivates London audience LONDON (Renter) Lauren Bacall made her British stage debut In the Broadway hit Ap- plause. Thunderous clapping and roof-raising cheers greeted the American actress at the cur- tain of the Bitish production of the musical m which she sta- red for more than a year In New York and latar on a rec- ord breaking'U.S. tour. Miss Bacall captivated the LAUREN BACALL cheered first-night audience with the brilliance of h er personality and talent in a role created on the screen by Bette Davis. MEMPHIS, Term. (AP) The fune-al of rhythm-and- blues song writer Raymond Jackson, 31. the top names in the "soul music" in- dustry to Memphis. Luther Ingram, who recent- Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Salnrday Spccial Matinee------- "Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny'' One Complete Show Family "Fiddler on Uie Roof TVo Complete Shows Family ''Fiddler on the Roof One Complete Show t amily PARAJIOL'.VT CINEMA Snlurday "Funny Girl" Two Complete Shows Family Sunday "Without Ap-iarcnl Motive'1 'HASH'' One. Complete Show Hr.O'iclcd Adult CINEMA Saturday Spcci.il Santa and the Ice Crenm Bunny" Two Complete Shows Faiv-ily Slmrl SiibitTls II: 10 "They Call Me Trinm" Uisl Complete Show Adult Mimlny Mahncr "Sanln and Ihf Ice Crcnni Bunny" '.Vl.'i One Complete Show FaniiK Slmrl Subjects "They Call Me Trimly" One Comjilcle Show Acliill ly topped the charts with a Jackson song, It Loving You Is Wrong, I Don't Want To Be Right, performed it at the fu- ne-al as a tribute to the young writer. The Staple Singers, for whom Jackson had been the guitarist on Respect Yourself and I'll Take You There, also sang. Jackson died of injures re- ceived Oct. 28 when he was critically burned in an accident at his home while using gaso- line soaked rags. NEW YORK (AP) Norman Pawlak, a musical composer known as Norman Paris, got permission to surrender Jan. 3 to serve a 30-day prison sent- ence at Allenwood, Pa., lor in- come-tax evasion. Pawlak, 46, had asked that he remain free until after Dec. 21 because of musical commit- ments. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baker Earl Tennant Frank Day-Mike Schmidt Jack Sunning OTTAWA (CP) The Can- ada Safety Council urged Thurs- day that the use of snowmobiles on all public roads be banned by provincial and municipal governments. The council said in a ncMr: re- lease that 1971-72 in- dicate the problem of "careless and thoughtless use of snow- mobiles" Is not being tolvrf. Seven of every 10 persons killed in snowmobile accidents during 1971-72 were driving on public roads at the time of the accident. Last winter, 116 Canadian! died in snowmobile accidents. This, says the council, li two deaths less than 1970-71. paramount Showing Tonight Thru Wednesday lih St. Idlh AVE. South, 327-5100 Last Five Dayi Showing Doily rt B p.m. Including Sunday! FAMILY college AWL ft Mayor Mayaih Dr., 328-6300. SUNDAY AT 2.15 P.M. ONLY college cinema STARTS MONDAY 20rh Art Mayor Dr, 228-6300- FIRST SHOW AT 7 SPEND IT, LEGALTEND IT, WMEEL DEAL IT, NURSE IT, CURSE IT, REIMBURSE IT A Film by 'ALLEN FUNT His Second Candid Camera Movie ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN RICHARD BRIGLIA GARRY SHERMAN HIT NO 2 United Artifti "LADY LIBERTY" In Color wilh SOPHIA LOREN STARTING SUNDAY AT P.fvf. One off them is the next victim. One Is the killer. We challenge you to guess who. JEAN-LOUIS TRINTIGNANT DOMINIQUE SANDA STEPHANE AUDRAH ENDS TONIGHT IN BARBRA STRIESAND OMAR SHARIF ;