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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta college cinema 20th Avt. tii Moyor Mtgrith Dr., 326-6300 NOW SHOWING AT P.M SEEN ANYTHING t UlimtWU'VE-SEENr United Artists RESTRICTED ADULT Know about WBIEAB FRIDAY ond SATURDAY "Phil Letkbridge" AT THE MINERS' 733 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "MUSIC UNLIMITED" FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "LINEMEN" Members and their guests only! 4 4 CARD5TON Mayfoir Theatre "THE CULPEPPER CATTLE COMPANY" In color. Starring Gary Grimes, Luke Askew and Bo Hopkins. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 'April 12, 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT Not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "CANCEL MY RESERVATION" In color. Starring Bob Hope and Eva Marie Saint. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April and 14. Thursday show at p.m. FAMILY. PINCHER CREEK-Fex Theatre "NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA" In color. Winner ri an Academy Award. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 12. 13 and 14. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" In color. Starring Goldie Hawn and Edward Albert. Thursday, Friday and Satur- day, April and 14. Thursday shows at and p.m. ADULT. Exploring the northland Anne Murray, whose recording of Snowbird was a big hit, gets a taste of life in Canada's snowy north at Churchill, Man., while on a CBC radio tour. Anne and singer John Allan Cameron are well braced for the driver's "Mush" order to a dog team. Film morals defended By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Hav he movies gone too far ia the depiction of sex? Certain reactions from th public and from the governmen rould indicate that they have Jut producers' chief Jack Va enti argues: "Pornography is more talked about than seen." Court decisions against Dee; Throat, including one tha ?ould confiscate the film's prof is, have revived the belief tha Demography might be stoppec legal means. After a series f Supreme Court decisions tha abolished most censorship, ppeared that there were no re- traints on film-makers. The Nixon administration has roposed that Congress adopt a ew legal definition of obscen y, with the aim of cracking own on hard-core pornogra hy. The definition: an explicit representa .on, or detailed written or ver al description, of an act of sex al intercourse or violence indicating a sado-masochistic exual relationship an ex- licit, closeup representation o: human genital organ." ANGO DRAWS PROTEST The reaction to Last Tango In 'aris has also indicated ihe ublic's concern about obscen- ty- Although not comparable to )eep Throat, Tango presents stronger language and more sex COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM SCHEDULE FACILITY IS Tri., Apr. 13 Sot., Apr. 14 Sun., Apr. 15 Won., Apr. 16 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 Swim (Adults 12 1 p.m. FREE Moms and Tots Swim 4-6 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Hour Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 p.m. ICE Skate 10-12 8-10 Public ICE p.m. p.m. GAIT NOTfc There will be no "PoWie Skating" at Henderson Partc Ice Centre Ftiday evening, April 13 from p.m., tier Saturday afternoon, April 14, 1973 from p.m. Abo, there will to no "Beginners" or "Public Skating" nt the Civic Ice Sunday afternoon, April 15, 1973 front JrOO-S.-OO p.m. due to previous booking commitments. EFFECTIVE APRll IS, THE ADAMS ond CIVIC ICC CENTRES WU BE ClOSEO FOR THE SEASON than have been heard and seen in a major film. A cover story about the movie in a news magazine drew letters of protest. Transamerica Corp., parent company of United Artists, was so concerned over the'reaction to Tango that it removed the Transamerica trademark from the film. The man in the middle of the obscenity controversy is Va- lenti, a former aide to Presi- dent Johnson. More than any- one, Valenti began the era of freer expression on the screen. He introduced the system of rating films for their accept- ability for young audiences. Valenti says he doesn't be- lieve hard-core films are on the increase; they're only being talked about more. "I estimate that hard-core pornography amounts to no more than three to five per cent of the total box-office he said. "There has been a stable market for that kind of film." He added that one of the con- cerns of public officials is that Deep throat has become cmc. "Mink-coated ladies" are now attending the film, and its fe- Burr plays papal role in drama HOLLYWOOD (AP) Ray- mond Burr, the star of tele- vis ion's Ironside detective series, will play Archbishop An- gelo Roncalli in an Easter irama about a little-known in- cident in the life of the man who became Pope John XXIIL ABC's A Man Whose Name was John, is to be shown Sun- day, April 22. The one-hour show teUs of an incident in Turkey during the Second World War when Arch- bishop Roncalli was in- strumental in saving a boatload of 647 displaced Jewish children nnn Nazi persecution. Archbishop Roncalli. then apostolic delegate to Turkey, obtained baptismal certificate which served in lieu of pass- ports and put the children un- der the protection of Portugal. Burr, who had several au- diences with Pope John in said: "He was a gentle man with great and his in- hience was felt far beyond the confines of the Roman Catholic 3wrch. Next to Jesus Christ, lie has had more effect on the world than any other person riho ever For the rote Burr, a native of lew Westminster. B.C.. urxkr- :ent extensive makeup banges. His hair was clipped foort and bleached white. The pe of his eyebrows was al- crcA and he was given a Ro- man nose. male star has been covered In news columns and TV talk shows. This kind of "social ac- ceptability" could possibility in- duce the courts to approve of Deep Throat. Concerning Last Tango in Paris, Valenti commented: "If Brando h ad not been in the film, it wouldn't have achieved such hit status." Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT "The Great Waltz" One Complete Show No Short Subjects Family PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Poseidon Adventure'' Last Complete Show Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN "House of Dark Shadows" "Night of Dark Shadows" One Complete Show dies at Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Funer- al services will be held Friday for, Frederick W. Kemp, 80, former chairman of the Can- adian Manufacturers' Associa- tion who died Tuesday. An ardent curler and hockey fan, Mr. Kemp has served as president of niairy Eumuniwii sports organizations and had been a director of the Edmon- ton Oil Kings Hockey Club. He was a life member of the Alberta Curling Association and the Edmonton Exhibition As- sociation. Thursday, April 12, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL in AZTEC LOUNGE BALLADS by 'CARM' CABARET "MAGI" Thursday ond Friday Everyone admitted FREE Saturday cover charge per person in the FRONTIER DINING ROOM Playing for your dancing pleasure Fridays and Sat- urdays from to p.m. 'HARRY BAILEY' (at the keyboard) Also playing for your lis- tening pleasure Sundays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The first Canadian coins, sil- ver 5- and 15-sol pieces, were made in 1670 by Louis XIV of France for his colonies in North America. HAS STRIPE Haddock, a fish of the cot family, is characterized by a definite, heavy black line run- ning lengthwise along the side. TOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR W RADIO AND TV 302 13th St. H. JACK'S Starting Tomorrow paramount cinema Daily at p.m. Art. 327.6100 HELD OVER AND MOVED OVER FOR ONE MORE WEEK! FAMILY Once uponatime there was singing and dancing and all the world was in love! The joyful, wonderful story and music of Johann Strauss! MOM UN ANDREW L STONE'PRODUCTION PANAVISIONft METROCOLOR. MATINEES SAT. AND SUN. AT P.M. green acres drive-in LAST TIME TONIGHT Mayor Miyath Dr. Count Hwy, 327-1100 2 BIG HORROR. FEATURES 2 "HOUSE OP DARK SHADOWS" "NIGHT OF DARK SHADOWS" In color In color FRI., SAT, and SUNDAY THE HOTTEST THING ON WHEELS RAQUEL WELCH KANSAS CITY ADULT WETROCOLOR lAffCMOJ SECOND FEATURE "A TAUT AND TIMELY HOLLYWOOD NETORTM MGM4 SKVUKKED CHARUON HESTON YVETIE MIMIEUX Gates open p.m. One complete show p.m. Finishes tonight at the Paramount then moves over to Paramount Cinema for one more week! MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. Matinee at on Wednesday Once upon a time there was singing and dancing and all the world was in love! The Joyfuf, wonderful story and music of Johann Strauss! FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AT P.M. paramount 8ft An. ENDS TONIGHT DAILY AT P.M. Feature Starts of p.m. No Short Subjects ADULT paramount cinema 327-5100 LAST 2 DAYS LAST TIMES TONIGHT At and p.m. WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS HWNAUDBwAictarf TWENTIETH CENTOWf-fOX STARTING TOMORROW Matinee Saturday at p.m. paramount The gold or the grave. 2 Deluxe Shows at and p.m. 2 Family Entertainment tlQHN UfHBNE HNN'MHRBRET ROD The young wiaow could lead them to either: WAIT DISNEY'S 'THE WORLD'S GREATEST ATHLETE" in Technicolor lethbridge Collegiate Institute Presents ROGERS and HAMMERSTEINS CAROUSEL YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Monday, April 16 AH seats Students night Tuesday, April 17, Wednesday, Aprl! 18 Thursday, April 19 AH seats, Tickets available at leister's 1C) or at door ;