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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, September 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Ottawa orchestra prepares for tour By JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Arts Centre Orchestra opens its fifth season next month, with travel plans tak- ing it to Mexico, the U.S., On- tario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. It toured Western Canada last season. Scheduled for Ottawa are 36 regular concerts, including six family-night and six student concerts drawn from the regu- lar schedule. The orchestra will also perform Handel's Messiah at special Christmas season concerts. In October and November, the 46-member orchestra un- der the musical direction of Mario Bernardi will tour the Quebec centres of Sorel, St. Hyacinthe, Chicoutimi, Jon- quiere, Riviere-du-Loup and Joliette. In December, it will play in Hartford, Conn., and two con- certs in New York Carnegie Hall's international series. In January, it will perform at the St. Lawrence Centre in Toron- to. Next February, it will play in Barrie, Welland and Hamilton, Ont., and in SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SLEEPER" in color. Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, September 23, 24, 25. Monday show at p.m. ADULT. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "HARRY IN YOUR POCKET" in color. Starring James Coburn, Michael Sarrazin, Trish Vandevere and Walter Pidgeon. Monday, Tuesday, September 23, 24. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THIEVES LIKE Starring Keith Carradine and Shelley Duvall. Monday, Tuesday, September 23, 24. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre "THE WORKING GIRLS" Monday, Tuesday, Wed- nesday, September 23, 24, 25. Shows at and p.m. ADULT. Notice of Public Hearing (ISSUE No. 1) EDMONTON, ALTA. OCTOBER 22, 1974, A.M. The Canadian Radio-Television Commission will hold a public hear- ing at the Holiday Inn. corner of 107th Street and 100th Avenue, Ed- monton, Alia., to consider the following matters: LETHBRIDGe. ALBERTA Southern Alberta Broadcasting Limited. 401 Mayor Magrath Drive South, Lethbridge. Alberta. Applications to amend its broadcasting licence for CHEC-FM Lethbridge, Alta. as follows: PRESENT: PROPOSED: Fequency: 100.9 MHz 100.9 MHz Power: 245 watts day watts day and night Antenna: Omnidirectional Omnidirectional change the location of the antenna. 401 Mayor Magrath Drive Location where the appications South, may be examined: Lethbridge. Alta. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Southern Alberta Broadcasting Limited, 401 Mayor Magrath Drive South. Lethbridge. Alberta. Application for renewal of its broadcasting licence for CHEC-FM Lethbridge. Alta.. expiring March 31. 1975. 401 Mayor Magrath Drive Location where the application South, may be examined: Lethbridge. Alta. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA CableVision Lethbridge Ltd.. 1018 3rd Avenue South. Leth- bridge, Alta. T1J OJ4 Application to amend its cable television broadcasting licence for Lethbridge. Alta. delete the reception and distribution of: a) CHFM-FM Channel 240 Calgary. Alta. from Channel 7 add the distribution of: b) FM Stereo Music on Channels 234. 244. 254. 274 c) Local originations on Channel 7. 8. 10. 11. 13 d) Local origination and movies on Channel 12 add the reception and distribution of: e) CHEC-AM 1090 kHz Lethbridge. Alta on Channel 13 change the distribution channel of: f) KCFW-TV. Channel 9. Kalispcll. Montana from S to 9 9) K72 AM. Channel 72. East Butte. Montana from 9 to 5 h) K78 AH. Channel 78. East Butte. Montana from 11 to 3 0 CHEC-FM. Channel 265. Lethbridge. Alta. from 5 part-time 10284 increase the service area to cover Coaldale. Hardieville and the western part of Lethbridge change the location of the headend site Location where the application may be examined: CableVision Lethbridge Ltd. 1018 3rd Avenue South. Lethbridge. Alta. TU OJ4 INFORMATION ON APPLICATIONS AND HEARING Right to comment: Are you interested in an application mentioned in this notice? If so. you can submit an intervention to support modify or oppose the application. To do so follow this procedure: a copy ot your comments to the applicant by registered mail or personal delivery to be received on or before October 7. 1974. another copy to the CRTC to be received by tins same dale. sure lo anacti your postal or messenger receipt copy Jot trie Director-General o) Licensing of the CRTC. giving proof that the applicant has received his copy. Viewing of documents: Anyone can view the applications at ine office ol fbe CRTC. 100 Melcafle Street, Room 1607. Ottawa. Ont or at the. local address given in this notice Dor examination ol the application. Procedure al Hearings: Bead the CATC Rules ot procedure to find out ifhe Bights and obligations ot the parties to a hewing. Copies arc available from Mormatlon Canada. iWlorrnatton: For additional Wformatlon on the applications al the hearing, please contact the CRTC writing or by phone or Guy letotovre, Otredor- CRTC PwWc Nottoe 1974-44 Licensing S58 Canadian Conseil de la Radio-Television Radio-Television Commission Canadienne Sackville, N.B., Antigonish, Truro, Halifax and Wolfville, N.S. It will tour New- foundland in May. A tour of 11 cities in Mich- igan, Illinois, Oklahoma, and Indiana is scheduled for late next February, followed by a week in Mexico City and other Mexican centres in March. Two new Canadian works are to have their premiere performances here during the piece by Charles Wilson of Guelph, Ont., which was originally commissioned by the CBC for an arts centre orchestra performance this summer in Kingston, Ont., and a piece by popular com- poser Gait MacDermott to end the season. In addition to the orchestra concerts, the arts centre is ex- panding its music program in the 1974-75 season, with six Sunday afternoon chamber concerts, instead of five in the 1973-74 season, and 10 recitals by Anton Kuerti of Toronto playing the complete 32 piano sonatas by Beethoven. A series of organ recitals is also being arranged. Six artists and groups will be presented in the second an- nual series of recitals and concerts designed as a show- case for rising young per- formers. t t SHOPPERS DRUG MART Centre Village Mall Phone 328-84 Open Every Evening until p.m. Except Saturday till 6 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays On guard Dressed in black pants, glistening boots, bushy bearskin busbys and scarlet tunics, post-secondary students hired by the Canadian Armed Forces for the summer stand guard on Parliament Hill during changing-of-the-guard ceremony. The show takes place every summer morning, attracting up to tourists. Lethbridge Baton School BATON TWIRLING LESSONS Commencing Wednesday, Oct. Registration at St. Patrick's School Gym 8th St. and 10th Ave. South From P.M. Or Call 328-5727 (Call after 4p.m.) Instructor Ina J. Harris Solos Dance Twirl Strutting Two Baton Basic Strut Fire Show Times Monday. September 23 PARAMOUNT THEATRE CHINATOWN: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: (No Short Subjects) ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: NOT NOW DARLING: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN WORKING GIRLS: CANNIBAL GIRLS: ONE COMPLETE SHOW: GATES OPEN: RESTRICTED ADULT Prayer is the key to abundant living. Come To A Free Public Lecture On Christian Science "PRAYBR PCWIR by Albert B. Crichlow. a member of The Christian Science Board of Lectureship TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 P.M. In TIM Public Library Christ Jesus did not debate. He pravert unrt fits fortoarrs THE JOHNNY JONES SHOW from Tennessee Countfy wid WoBiwn SEPTEMBER 23-28 at the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT THE EL RANCHO PRESENTS In the Aztec Lounge The Calypso Songs and Stylings "THE BAREFOOT MAN" In the Outrider Tavern From Chicago: The Uptown Country Musical Stylings of "DARYL PETTY and BERTIE LEE" In the Dining Room Harry Bailey at the Keyboard all at the MOTOR HOTEL 327-5701 526 Mayor Magratti COMMUNITY SIRVIC1S D1PARTM1NT CITY Of LCTHBRIDQC PUBLIC SWIMMING. SKATING AND MUSEUM 25 Urn.. 30 fffRsm Swim Only? Swim Swim Only) 1200-1-00 PTI. Public Swim Swim (AflvUS Only) Swim SWIM om... and f AMILY SWIM 6 SWIM (ADULTS ONLY1 00 p.m. HJMRSM J SKATING 00-J130 o w Waiter Dave dances with tray on head By JIM CARNAGHAN Sarnia Observer POINT EDWARD, Ont. (CP) When waiter Dave MacLean serves beer, he serves it with a own. Dave, a native of Fred- ericton who moved to the Sar- nia area from London, Ont., last June, puts on a little show for the customers at the Village Inn. When the lights are low, the volume is turned up on the juke box and Dave appears with a tray of beer glasses on his head and starts to dance. He performs to swing, rock, polkas, you name it, with a partiality for fast numbers like his favorite, Proud Mary. Dave developed the act in London, he said, more or less talking himself into it. "I used to tease the a go-go girls that worked in the bar, saying I could dance better than they could, even with a tray of beer on my head." They challenged him to prove it, and he did. He has come to grief twice, he said, both times when he was bumped by a passing customer. But there are other occupational hazards. Dave is susceptible to hay fever and, with the pollen sea- son, he must face the possi- bility of an ill-timed sneeze. Dave's act surprises many of the customers because of his size. He is six feet two inches tall and weighs 265. But he is as graceful as a bal- lerina with the tray balanced on his skull. But he still plans to restrict his performances to four or five a night. He doesn't want to upstage the bar's regular entertainers. MAY CUT GRANTS NEW YORK (AP) A Ford Foundation spokesman says inflation and a depressed securities market may force the philanthropic organization to cut annual grants as much as 50 per cent. The spokesman said Sunday that the organization's assets have plummeted to billion from S3 billion in market value in the last vear. R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-Sth St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TONIGHT thru WED. WOR GIRLS THESE GIRLS DO EXACTLY WHAT YOU THINK THEY DO IRLS Gilis MM t.m. ON CHnMi stew it p.n paramount cinema TONIGHT thru Thurs. at and p.m. In the best tradition of sophisticated British comedy. RESTRICTED ADULT BJLLFRlStR JQWSiKtS BARWRtWlNDSOfl college cinema TOMGHT thru WED. at and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN HBO NOIMriHEY WOfT Ml! DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY ;