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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April THE LETHBHIUUE Joan Wateri'ieid Debates on sex movies rage on When The Sting finally exits it will have chalked up one of the longest runs in local movie-house history. And from a film that seems to have offended none the pendulum will swing to a film that has activated protest from many. Certainly Last Tango in Paris has raised more hackles than the similarly controversial but cunningly touted The Exorcist. Tango got a respectful launching with a rave review from the esteemed critic Pauline Kael who called it" an extraordinary important film." From then on debates raged on the merits of a movie which makes the audience voyeur to frontal nudity, masturbation and sodomy. An Italian citizens' group succeeded in having the film confiscated temporarily on the grounds that scenes of carnal violence that last for several minutes go .beyond artistic The Catholic Church in Australia called on "responsible members of the community to boycott the film" The British Festival of Light group said it was determined to hound the film off the nation's But Father Domenico Grasso of the Pontifical Gregorian University upheld the film aesthetically and the validity, with some reservations, of the sex scenes. He concluded it was an appreciable work especially if people are mature, capable of grasping the idea And worthy of mention is the comment of Lord Harlech, president of the British Board of Censors who believes the film can be seen by civilized people without fear that it will degrade or dehumanize A work of art or classy pornography? The verdict is yours. Hockey permitting the second run of The Whiteoaks of Jalna will be set for 13- weeks on Saturday nights. If the mind boggles at a summer repeat of the CBC's 1972 financial and artistic disaster, take heart. Take heart and give due GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB REGULAR DANCE SAT., APRIL 20th p.m. Music by VINCE DITRICH Members and Invited Guests RED COACH LOUNGE presents nightly lor your entertainment HELD OVER LARRYFORD TAVERN 'Barney and the Beernuts' Thurs., FrL, Sat. AN INNS CANADA HOTEL Phone 327-3191 _____4th Ave. 7th St. S. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON-Mayfair Theatre "FIDDLER ON THE color. Starring Topol. Friday, April 19. One show at p.m. FAMILY. SATURDAY GHOST AND MR. CHICKEN" in technicolor. Starring Don Knotts. Show ot 2 p.m. FAMILY. FORT Theatre color. Starring Cicely Tyson, Paul Winfield, and Kevin Hooks. Friday, April 19, show at p.m. FAMILY Saturday matinee "SNOW Show starts p.m. FAMILY. MILK Theatre "SOYLENT color Starring Charlton Hes- ton. Saturday and Sunday, April 20 and 21 Shows at p.m. ADULT PINCHER Theatre "MAGNUM color. Starring Clint Eastwood. Friday, March 19. Shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. Saturday matinee "THE RAIL- WAY CHILDREN" in color. Show starts 2-00 p m FAMILY. Theatre "DAY OF THE JACKEL" Friday, April 19. Shows at and p.m SATURDAY OF AFRICA" in color. Show at p.m. FAMILY.________ _____ honor to film editors who can make a bad movie good, a good movie great. This time around Jalna has had the number of flashbacks, so confusing in the first screening, minimized if not totally excised. And if you hang in there on a Saturday evening you will eventually see chapi niKvTiiK LAST OF SHEILA- 745 STEELYARD BLUES 1005 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 745 GATES OPEN. 7 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Saturday Apnl 20 M III! VIIIK MATINEE SUPER DAD 200 SON OF FLUBBER 3 35 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 2.00 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT EVENING SHOW Shorl Subjects 7'00 9 15 Me Q 7 15 930 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT I'VHXMIM M THE STING 7-15 9 25 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 15 9 25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT 01 I I I.I I IM PAPILLON 6 30 9 30 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 6 30 9 00 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN (.III I N lil s IHIIW -IN I III. Mill LAST OF SHEILA 745 STEELYARD BLUES 1005 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 7 45 GATES 0DEN 700 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT modest but highly entertaining movie with Terry-Thomas. The local cast is a sterling one. Frank Pealherstone who yearly delights as the "dame" In Christmas pantomime is featured as the master minding brigadier. Fayr Robison is a veteran of Playgoer, Coaldale Little Theatre and Lethbridge Musical Theatre productions a-nd garnered a best supporting actress for her performance in Gently Does It. Hazel Skaronski will be remembered for her silent but hilarious aspidistra carrying performance in The Hostage; Bill Matheson has many credits in community drama, Cheri Baunton scored in the Playgoers anniversary production of Black Comedy and debuting with Playgoers are Fran Rude and Winnifred Smith. The show is total family entertainment and offers the chance for a good laugh; a rare opportunity in the entertainment field these days. There have been occasions in drama and music festivals when the adjudicator has thrown away his notes and abandoned himself to the pure joy of the performance. Such was the case when Jerry Pokarney's L.C.I, band topped the honors at the Canadian Stage Band Festival in Edmonton. An immediate, spontaneous ovation greeted the youngsters and Tommy Banks who's no slouch in the field erupted into this band is better than mine." How is such a thing created? By a fine musician such as Jerry Pokarney who can communicate his knowledge and Now it's on to tht national competition in Toronto. If the funds can be raised. Can they? The kids, parents, the Pokarneys have swung into action. There's a bottle drive Saturday; a concert planned. The ideas are popping to get the necessary and well- deserved bucks. Now is the time for the community to get behind the effort. It has happened in the rural areas; will Lethbridge be indifferent? Dig out a dollar or a dime, and there are areas where the digging can be a little deeper than that! The kids aren't looking for a hand-out, just recognition of the talent and discipline that has taken them on the road to national recognition. You can help them along with your donation to the L.C.I. Stage Band, care of the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. And you will... won't you? INCENTIVE OFFERED The highest rate ever offered to a writer was to Ernest Hemingway for a 2.000-word article on bull fighting by Sports Illustrated in 1960. Melina Mercouri homeless exile Actor sent to prison BOSTON (AP) Mark Frechette, 25, star cf the film Zabriskie Point, was sentenced yesterday to six to 15 years after pleading guilty to the armed robbery of a city bank last August. Sentenced with Frechette was Sheldon Bernhartl. 31. a fellow member of the For I Hill commune in Boston's Roxbury section. Both were arrested inside a bank last August after a third member of the hold-up team. Christopher Thien, 15. was shot and killed by police Attends Concert PROVIDENCE, R. I. (AP) Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was among thousands of persons in a capacity crowd here at a Frank Sinatra concert in Providence Civic Centre. Fiery film star hates Americans NEW YORK CAP) Actress Melina Mercouri says she has become "totally anti- American" because of apathy in the United States about conditions in Greece. The fiery film star said yesterday she is a homeless exile after seven years of campaigning against her homeland's ruling junta. "So many things have happened to she said. "And the thing that is terrible for me too is that I am married to an American man and I hate Americans. True, although I have many fine friends here I've become anti- American, yes, totally. They did it to me." Miss Mercouri, who lives most of the time in Paris, is here with her husband, Jules Dassin, making a film about a bloody student uprising in Athens last November. Official reports listed 12 deaths, but underground reports, she said count more than 300 fatalities. Welby tops TV ratings NEW YORK (AP) The most widely-watched television program in the United States last week was Marcus Welby, say A. C. Nielsen ratings made public today. The lowest-rated program was NBC's broadcast of a Sunday Stanley Cup playoff hockey game MATINEE SATURDAY ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT Z P.M. DAD FLIPS OUT! WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS TECHNICOLOR C 1973 wall OiMietfroaucliiins CO-HIT Walt DiSn sorio t C196? Wall Disney Production! EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL YOUR ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE 'Where the Action Is' NOW APPEARING in the OUTRIDER TAVERN Enjoyable listening to songs by "The Gypsies" 5 to 7 p.m. and to 12 midnight (nightly) in the AZTEC LOUNGE and Organ Stylings by "TOMPAPROSKI" in the in the FRONTIER DINING ROOM For your dancing and listening pleasure "HARRY BAILEY" at the Keyboard and Organ CABARET "Magie" CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Con- tact Bowman Arts Centre, Weekdays 10 am -5 p.m Telephone 327-2813. QURRENT EVENTS April recital: Nicolas Kynaston, First Baptist Church, 3 p.m. April Heather Scottish Concert. Paramount Theatre, 8 p.m. April Playgoers' Breath of Spring. Yates Centre, 8 p.m COMING EVENTS April Music Recital, First Baptist Church, 3 p.m. May Pot Show, Bowman Arts Centre Gallery, 10 a.m.-lO p.m CONTINUING EVENTS To April Drawings and prints, Joan Hall: Bow- man Arts Centre Gallery. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays. Sir Alexander Gait Museum: Monday-Friday p.m.. Sunday 2-5 p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT at the legion UJ an m _ _ r; OC g a a ;