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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta New rules announced for joint productions OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- dian Radio-Television Commis- sion today announced guides for joint television productions in- volving Canadian and foreign interests. The new rules will allow cer- tain joint productions to be con- sidered Canadian under com- "HOSEA" Saturday, May 27 8 p.m. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE mission Canadian-content re- quirements. Under the new rales, different limits are set down for joint productions with Common- weallh and French-language countries and other foreign na- tions. .0 qtianiy as Canadian, at least 30 per cent of the total cost of co-productions with groups in Commonwealth and French-language nations must be spent on Canadian participa- tion. Where a full series may not qualify under this rule, certain SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ACT OF THE HEART" In Technicolor. Starring Gene- vieve Birjold and Donald Sutherland. Wednesday, May 17. Show at p.m. Aduit. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "STRAW DOGS" In Color. Starring Dtistin Hoffman. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 17, 18, 39 and 20 Wednesday show at p.m. Restricted 'adult. TABER Tower Theatre "KIDNAPPED" In Color. Starring Michael Caine. Wed- nesday, Thursday and Friday, May 17, 18 and 19. Wed- nesday shows at and p.m. Family. L.C.I. SPRING CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE CONCERT AND STAGE BAND TUESDAY, MAY 23rd 8 p.m. I.C.I. AUDITORIUM Adults 50c Tickets at Leisters or L.C.I. ALL PROCEEDS TO THE BAND UNIFORM FUND programs may be considered Canadian under the following conditions: -In a series of 13 programs, eight programs will he coira dered Canadian where 20 per cent of the total cost of the se- ries is spent on Canadian partic- ipation. a series of 13 programs, four programs will be consi- dered Canadian where 10 per cent of the total cost of the se- ries is spent on Canadian partic- ipation. In countries other than Com- monwealth or French-language nations, programs will be consi dered Canadian "where 50 per cent or more of the total cost oJ the program or programs is spent in Canada on Canadian participation." The commission said that, in addition to these requirements there must be "significant in volvement" by Canadians in the "artistic control" of the co-pro duction if the show is to qualify as Canadian. There must alsc be Canadians among the show's 'principal performers. Artistic control is defined by the commission as "those func- tions directly involved in deter- mining the form and content ot a program including, but not limited to, concept and writ ing." The commission also said that joint venture including the federal government will be con- sidered Canadian. A single show or series of programs produced for a federal or provincial gov- ernment department or agency will also qualify as Canadian. Under current content rules, the CBC is required to carry more Canadian content than the private CTV network. The CBC is called upon to provide 60 per cent Canadian content in the prime time hours 6 p.m. to midnight as well as the whole program day. This year, the CTV network is required to carry only 50 per cent Canadian content in both prime time hours and the over- all program day. This was to rise to 60 per cent beginning Oct. 1 but the CRTC has proposed that the limit for prime-time viewing be dropped to 50 per cent from 60 per cent. The requirement for the over-all program day still be 60 per cent. LONG HAIR BANNED SAIGON (Renter) The mayor of Saigon, Col. Do Kien N h i e u, has ordered police to enforce a law against men wearing long hair. In the Centre of Things WED., MAY 17th VIMY LOUNGE 'VINCE DITRICH' SAT., MAY 20th BEAVER ROOM 'SUNSET 4' FRI., MAY 19th BEAVER ROOM 'THE METROS' SAT., MAY 20th VIMY LOUNGE 'THE METROS' Royal Canadian Legion s GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. ALL NEXT WEEK-DIRECT FROM SCOTLAND BY POPULAR DEMAND-DENNIS CLANCY AND ARTHUR SPINK For Your Dining Pleasure TEAK OUT is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY from p.m. to 10 p.m. Our Licensed Premises Feature: if FINEST STEAKS LOBSTER TAILS Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. A HUMAN HANDOUT A man holds out his hand bearing food for sea 'gulls which wing in at his feet at surfside of Oearwater Beach, Florida, along the Gulf of Mexico. TODAY'S SHOW TIMES PARAMOUNT "The Godfather" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "The Ways of Women" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CIXEMA "The Ten Commandments" Gates at p.m. Show at p.m. ADULT IN HIS OWN WAY LONDON Denmark; lias afli'ucd lo increase restric- tions on salmon fishing in the northeast Atlantic and this in turn may reduce C it n a d n 's hopes of'gelling a complele ban on salmon fishing in liie north- west. spokesman said the in- creased to which Den- mark subscribed, was approved U Hie 1'1-coiuilry Northeast At- 1 a n t i e Fisheries Commission I ,l week. It prohibits a hiftli- t is salmon catch over an orea ot about square miles around feeland. proposed a complete high-seas prohibition in the northeast to be imposed in tages over a period of four >ears but this (ailed to obtain majority approval, the spokes- man said. But D e n m a r k, a major pursuer in the Atlantic, did agree to the ban on Hie box" around Iceland which won majority sirppcrt and the 1 commission is satisfied this will e helpful in salmon preserva-1 tier, However, the Danish "conces- sion" in the northeast may make Canada's demand for a complete prohibition in the northwest Atlantic more dii'fi- cull lo sustain, the spokesman The Northwest Atlantic Fish- erics Commission meets in Washington this week to consi- the Canadian proposal I which is linked with Canada's internal decision to ban certain salmon fishing areas in the Maritimes and to buy out com- mercial fishermen involved. D e n m a r k and the United Slates have agreed on a phase- out of the high-seas salmon hunt over a four-year period around Greenland. The spokes- man said Canada does not think this plan is good enough and would like to se3 a complete prohibition immediately. Birth control for pigeons GALT, Out. (CP) City council is considering birth control for local pigeons. The suggestion was made by Karl Gardoiiy, president of. the Canadian Homing pig- eon Society, who said contvol Seed would curb pig- con population without caus- ing The society considered wild pi nns a hazard in passing on disease. _____Wednesday, May 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 foam in trouble is 'lill a possiWlily ttat lias won wide iiitprmiliraial ap- the'wa.hin.uoi, may endorse tin; (iiniicliiin bul v.nj the tlic spokesman Den-. added, mark may win a bit more M'm- ri patliy beeaua1 of and the Canadian plan may not ho riitiliel is', [he- Canadian ptyenimenrs action to prolir.-t the Atlantic: sannon fisheries D2NHJRE CLINIC rOPS A. HO5ACK Certified Ccrltil WlThanic Suite 8-304 S'.h Jt. S. Ph. lr.'1-t.rV..- PV r 5 C' f F- t r K. .li iWt'WliiYL? at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. TWO-WEEK ENGAGEMENT HIT NO "For a. Few rs ftee IN COLOR CLINT EASTWOOD Mniinee Thurs. and Fri. al 2 p.m. All Sects 52.00 Malines F.nt., Sunday end Mcnc'a-' AM Foals 52.25 Eveninns ot 8 p.m. All Seals 9 PASSES and GOlDuM AG; CARDS NOT VALID FOR THIS SHOW 3 I.'OTE: SATURDAYS, SUNDA'iS KOIIDA'.-S 3 Shows at p.m., 500 p.m and p.m. (3 PABMBW PIClUKtS IS PROUD 10 (SOtBE IKE RETURN CF IKE GRLTFESF FAMILY EKtEF.EIKKEBT OF All IIMEI FAMILY TONIGHT and THURS. ONE SHOW ONO.Y AT 8 P.M. BIC 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 51 NUWSERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 26 NUMBERS IN 57 NO5. IN 53 NOS. If no bingo colled after 58 nos. we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND 'GUFJSTS DOWNSTAIRS PVlflEllBiWtfcBCii'.A-J for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, MAY 18-SHEMOS FRIDAY, MAY 19-SHEMOS SATURDAY, MAY 20-RAYMOND CANADIANS RESTRICTED ADULT UaysQ m LAST TIMES TONIGHT AT and P.M. Vv'AYS OF WOMEN... their many ways of love...laughter...lust... STARTS TOMORROW at and p.m. College Shopping Mall Mayor Magralh Drivo 327-7123 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CiTY OF LETHBRIDGE AD E yreblmsiP HiU.iL B.B Sponsored by the Community Services Drpartmcnt of the City of Lethbridge nncl the Royal LUesnvir.rj Society, Albertu and Territories Branch. WHERE? FRITZ SICK POOL 5th Avenue and 11 th Struct South, Let'.ibiidgc WHEN. May 26th, 27th and 28th June 3rd end 4f.i, 1972 GENERAL INFORMATION 1. All applicant lor ll'i) mini: (n) hi? 17 year? n[ cc-c R.t.S.S. Droiun Mu.iailion C.R.C.S. R.L.S.S. In'tnicV, AwoiH Y.M.C.A. f.i'nlor Av. (c) present n current nvclirnl L-rllCrnli'. 2. RoBistrolicm (ocs SI 7.00 per which m- eludes oil 3. Tlw coursi? svill ion on frkioy t-vi-ninn, r.nil oil doy Salurdciy nncl Sunday, on tlir i. Applicotioii may lii> rbl.-ini ,1 ul llio Community Imi-nl, 122 itii Avi'nuf Soulii cnid nl the F'il.- Sick I'nrl. Tclfphnno fern! l.-ir ini.nmnl V n. 5. NOTE: DEADI1NE FO3 CCCCIIT OF AITIICATIONS IS F5I. DAY, MAY 19, 1972. fe-ffiitfMfsaisauaftHa A comedy geared I for laughter witSiaeaitchin 1 tiie back seat. m VAJyvI: STEPHEN LEWIS-BOB MICHAEL ROBBINS r TECHNICOLOR' ;