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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Serve interior B.C. communities Cablevision firm granted licence OTTAWA Central Interior CableVision Ltd. of Prince has been granted a licence to serve the DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOaACK CtrWM Dwtttf Mechanic _ 904 Sth It a. 927-7244 British Columbia communities of Prince Williams Lake and 100 Mile the Canadian Radio-Television Commission said today. Applications from Northern Cablevision Ltd. and Spruce Cablevision to serve the same were denied. The CRTC granted the cable licence for four ELKS PUBIJC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIIK1ND Mey COUNTRY May RANCH May RANCH SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre GARRET AND BILLY THE in color. Wednes- May 15 show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre AND in color. Starring CUff Gorman Wednesday and May 15 and 16. Wednes- day show at 8'15 p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TAB ER-Tower Theatre in color. Starring Gene Hackman and Al Pachino. May 15 show at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT -RED COACH LOUNGE- presents nightly for your entertainment We would like to thank our many patrons who made our Day such a mounding success. TAVERN Next 4thAve. STthSt.S. Phone 327-3191 HOTEL The Jean Jungle Will 2nd Centre Village Mall BODY SUITS ANNIVERSARY SALE 2 DRESS SLACKS Regular to 23.95 Anniversary Sale 9 98 or 3 pair for '20 SELECTION OF T-SHIRTS LONG AND SHORT SLEEVE TOPS For and ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE Romombor our nimo says But we'ri so much morel years is the normal imposed ownership and pro- gramming controls. It approved of a company proposal to distribute shares in the firm through public issue and commission will expect the licensee to ensure that the shares sold through the public issue are widely and that as large a percentage as possible of the shareholders of the company are residents of British A company proposal that 50 cents per subscriber per month be used to finance local programming also was applauded by the CRTC. But the CRTC said in its decision that such programming not be used by the broadcaster with commercial content nor sold to The license limits non-Cana- dian television. licensee is limited to the distribution of one non- Canadian commercial and one non-Canadian non- commercial television station only. The commission denies the carriage of additional non- Canadian commercial television Conditions of the licence also call for deletion of commercials from received from broadcasting stations not licensed to serve Canada and their replacement by suitable May 1174 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD-7 Wilson rejects ballet troupe ban CANADIAN ROLLER DERBY May 20th p.m. EXHIBITION PAVILION AdmlMion Bleachers Children off on sale at Dougt or Lethbrldge Exhibition Office CANADIAN ALL STARS V9 BALTIMORE WASHINGTON CATS for First International Roller Derby League PLUS HALF TIME GIRLS RACE Watch Holler Derby every Saturday ofl Channel 13 at 3 30 p m. Stratford play Enjoy your at the RAINBOW HOTEL Great Montana SPECIAL Single Doubte No Gasoline Shortage Shown above are Dawn Greenhalgh as Princess of France and Brian as Navarre in a scene from Stratford Love's Labor's one of the many plays theatre fans will see as the Stratford Stratford. begins its 22nd annual season of June 3. Fued started over film LONDON Prime Minister Harold Wilson has turned down a request to bar the Soviet Union's Bolshoi Ballet from a spokesman said today. Wilson was asked to ban the visit of the dance troupe in June because the Soviet government has refused to allow Valery formerly of Leningrad's Kirov to emigrate to Israel with his wife Galina. The Committee for the Re- lease of the Panovs and the British actors' urged the government to ban the Bolshoi visit. But the prime minister's private Lord said in a letter to the committee that Wilson is not convinced will improve the Panovs' by banning the ballet. Show Times PARIS The joint Canadian-French film Sweet entered in the Cannes Film Festival that began Fri- has brought a sour ex- change in Parisian news- papers between Canadian ac- tress Carole Laure and the movie's producers. Paris dailies Le Monde and Le Figaro have reported Miss Quebec wants the movie banned be- Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Members and Invited Guests Montana ANNUAL CANADIAN DAY'S May 20th May 18th SOCIAL p.m. Elks Patio-Pool Area May 19th PANCAKE 8 a.m. Gateway West Mall 12 Noon Woodland Park May 20th DRAWING FOR PRIZES. 1 p.m. Mam Street Registration for prizes in Kalispell stores all three all events FREE to visiting Canadians. Most Stores taking Canadian Money at Par. Direct from England CJOC proudly presents I THE BIGGEST TRIPLE EVER IN LETHBRIDGE I From England MANFRED From New York City DoR'lHtettM GREATEST TRIPLE BANDSTAND tvtr ll LMfchrMflil May p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION Advance tickets available at MUSICLAND and SHOPPERS DRUG MART aleo available at the door. cause she considers some scenes pornographic Miss who also star- red in Gille Carle's La Mort d'un Bucheron of a filed a court ac- tion here recently to prevent showing of the film and has critjzed Yugoslavian Dusan for not cutting scenes she considers pornographic. Le Monde says the Vincent Malle production company has taken legal action. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7.00 9 10 BLAZING SADDLES. 7.35 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9-10 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects. 7'20 9.20 LAST DETAIL 7.35 9.40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA LAST TANGO IN PARIS' 7-QO 9 10 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS' 7'00 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN STUDENT NURSES. 9.30 PRIVATE DUTY NURSES ONE COMPLETE SHOW- 9.30 GATES OPEN 8'45 RESTRICTED ADULT green acres drive-in TONITE and THURSDAY RESTRICTED ADULT NURSES They're learning fast TONITE TOURS. Adult Not Suitable For Children Coarse Language May Be Offensive I 2L31ZING SADDLES paramount cinema TONITE THURS Adult Not Suitable For Children COLOR STAMIO ELAINE GIFTOS- KAREN CARLSON-BRIONI RARRftL BARBARA LEIGH-RENI SANTONI-RICHARD RUST-LAWRENCE HIT DUTY NO. 2 IN TECHNICOLOR Gates Open p.m. One Complete Show p.m. COURSE LANGUAGE THROUGHOUT JACK NICHOLSON THE LAST DM'AIL college STARTS TOMORROW AT AND P.M. SREATEST LOVE STORY OF ALL TIME SET AGAINST THE MUSIC AND TIMES OF THE ROARING '20's ADULT MATINEE MONDAY Only at p.m. Poromoum DflVID PflODUCTIOn Of fl JRCH ClflYTOn Rim fTllfl FflRROUU ADULT MATINEE MONDAY Only at p.m. HRRen BIRCH ynm WRmnon d BRUC6 POSITIVELY ENDS 'LAST TANGO IN with MARLON BRANDO ;