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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December 9, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Results Of soccer ENGLISH games played 1 SCOTTISH 0 Stoke 3 Division 3 Queen's PR o Aberdeen 1 Rangers 2 Arsenal 1 Alrdrleonlans 0 Hibernian 2 Luton 0 Arbroath 0 St. Johnstone 0 Everton 2 1 Ayr 2 Dundee 2 Derby 2 Celtic 2 Dunfermllne City 3 Sheffield U 2 Dumbarton vs Kilmarnock, 3 Ipswich 0 Dundee U 3 Clyde 3 Newcastle U 0 3 Morton Ham 2 Leeds 1 Partlck 2 Motherwell 2 Coventry 0 Division II Alloa 0 Raith 3 Notts C 1 Brechln 2 Queen's Pk 0 West Brom 1 Cowdenbeath 4 Stirling 5 East Fife 1 Stenhousemuir 1 Falkirk 2 Forfar C 1 Aston 0 Millwall 1 Orient 1 Norwich 1 Cardiff 1 Hamilton 0 Clydebank 1 Meadowbank 3 Albion 1 Fulham 1 Oldham 3 Bristol 4 Queen of S 1 Berwick 3 St. Mirren 1 Montrose 3 Hull 1 Sheffield W 4 Man United 4 Southampton 2 York 1 4 Portsmouth 1 R.A. III 1 Chesterfield 0 Brighton 2 Southend U 0 DIETRICH DENTURE 2 Blackburn 1 Grlmsby 2 Halifax 1 Hereford 2 Swindon 1 304 5th St. 0 Gillingham 2 Ph. 327-7244 1 Bournemouth 0 Port Vale 1 Bury 0 TONIGHT thru SATURDAY the "VARIATIONS" At The MINERS' 733-13th St. N. Members and Invited Guests Only. THE ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL AND THE LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY Presents... "THE JAZZ SCENE" IN CONCERT WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11th Theatre Public Library NO ADMISSION CHARGE Resting Adam Holland, one of a group of young dancers performing The Nut- cracker at Lincoln Centre in New York, rests on a practice bar during rehearsal. The two-hour ballet to music by Tchaikovsky runs untilJan. 5. 'Bargain night' concludes Oregon pornography sales DRUMS BAXTER BAXTER PEARL 4 PIECE SET ZZ5 4 PIECE SET 669 SONOR 4 PIECE SET '625 Also a stock of Ludwig, Premier, Rogers and Raven Drums and accessories. Downstairs at: LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 327-2272 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) "bargain night" in many adult Last Wednesday night was bookstores as shoppers stock- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "SUPER' FLY Ron O'Neal. In color. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, December 9, 10, 11. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER Theatre "CRAZY Peter Boyle, Paula Prentiss, Fred Williamson and Eli Wallach. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, December 9, 10, 11. Monday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. theatre "THUMB Tuesday. Wednesday. December 9, Monday shows at and p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT (WARNING, language may be offensive to GIBSON GUITARS AT PRUEGGERS 530 sth street south 'URGE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM' Phone 329-3151 COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDQB PUBLIC SWIMMING, SKATING and MUSEUM DM. DM. DM. Dw. DM. DM. DM. 16 FRITZ SICK Swim (adults only) Swim Swim (adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) Swim Swim p.m. and SWIM (Adults only) p.m. STAN SIWIK Swim (adults only) 1 p.m. .Public Swim p.m. ana Swim (adults only) Swim (Adults Only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (adults only) p.m, Public Swim p.m. and SWIM Swim p.m. Family Swim SWIM (Adults only) HENDERSON PARK ICE SKATING Skating PUBLIC SKATE p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE Public Skate Skate Preschoolers Free Skating p.m PUBLIC SKATING Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skate CIVIC ICE PUBLIC SKATING Skate Skate p.m. Public Skate SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. ed up before Oregon's antipor- nography law went into effect at midnight. Prices plunged for films, books, and an incredible variety of other erotica as midnight neared. A photo magazine was marked down from to and a paperback book, regularly sold for one dollar. And there was much, much more. One last minute shopper drove the price for two books down from a total of more than to The shopkeeper refused to sweeten the deal with another magazine. "I don't mind breaking he said through a wilted cigar. "But I ain't takin' no loss." Since January, 1971, there had been no restrictions on sale of pornographic materials to adults in Oregon. Voters restored controls by passing Ballot Measure No. 13 in the Nov. 5 election. The new law prohibits dis- play or sale of pornographic material to adults. It expands the definition of prostitution to include activities in any massage parlors and makes promotion of prostitution a felony. The law, passed by a narrow margin, was opposed by most newspapers, civil rights and political groups, the Oregon AFL-CIO, a. few church organizations and the American Library Association. Most district attorneys in Oregon said there will be no sudden "crackdowns" or flashy raids, and a few say they will prosecute only after grand jury action. The ticket seller at a local theatre said the theatre will continue showing X-rated movies. Show Times PARAMpUNT THEATRE CASTAWAY COWBOYS: 10-20 ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR: 8'30 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 8'3Q FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: LONGEST YARD: 9'25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: 9'15 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: MACON COUNTY LINE: 7-35 9-50 LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT British theatre holds strength on Broadway By RICHARD F. SHEPARD New York Times Service NEW YORK Less than two years before the United States observes the bicenten- nial of the American Revolution, the British are once again occupying New York, at least the part of it that is called Broadway Theatre. About a third of all shows now being staged here are British in origin, whether transplants of London produc- tions or American cast reproductions of London originals. Among the seven import shows now on view are such hits as Equus, Sherlock Holmes and Scapino. Most of the current crop of British imports has come from two of Britain's subsidiz- ed theatres rather than from the commercial West End. Sherlock Holmes and London Assurance are the productions of the Royal Shakespeare Company. The National Theatre of Britain originated As You Like It, Equus, the short lived Satur- day Sunday Monday and the recently closed The National Health. It will also do The Misanthrope on Broadway in March. The Young Vic, associated with the National Theatre, came up with Scapino. Among the shows deriving from nonsubsidized British Theatre are Absurd Person Singular, My Fat Friend, In Praise of Love, which opens shortly and the recently clos- ed Good Evening. The reasons and the effect of the British activity draw varying interpretations from those involved in bringing the plays here. Kermit Bloomgarden, producer associated with Equus, said, "It's much easier to see a finished product and bring it in than it is to originate one here. There are not that many originals around here that I want to do. Each one of us who is doing a British play here found one we liked It's not just that we all decided to do English plays this year." David Merrick, who will br- ing in The Misanthrope next March and has in the past sponsored a number of British productions here, said, "I haven't been able to find any good American plays." Merrick noted that it costs more to do an American original than a British import, because the import usually is accompanied by such things as sets and costumes. The British influx is seen as a help to American actors, rather than a threat, by Donald Grody, executive secretary of Actors Equity Association. "This is an opportunity for increased employment, not a said Grody, ex- plaining that the "alien area" is a sensitive one among ac- tors. Hoarse Harrison sings in Toronto TORONTO (CP) A news release on George Harrison's current 26-city North American tour quotes him as saying the biggest break of his career was leaving the Beatles. The remark took On credi- bility during Harrison's two concerts at Maple Leaf Gardens Friday night, when he seemed to be doing his ut- most to change his image as one of the now-defunct Beatles. What the singer-songwriter- composer lost in the process was the response from the au- dience that used to accom- pany every appearance by the group. A few songs Harrison in- cluded from the Beatles era were noticeably changed. Some of the lyrics were re- vised, but the main difference was a new sound to the familiar tunes, resulting from the revamped backup arrangements from the eight- piece band working with him on tour. NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT at the COALBANKS INN 312-5th St. S. LARRY BRANSEN CHRISTMAS I BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS NOW ON SALE At the following il I TUC1TDCO ALL InCAInCO EATON'S MAIN OFFICE 2nd TORONTO DOMINION BANK Cojlege Malt Paramount Theatre Main Office next door to Adult Books Youth 15-17 Years 7.00 Children up to 14 Years 3.00 paramount TONIGHT TUES. First Show Starts at p.m. WUTDISNEr PRODUCTIONS' G0WBGY STARRING JamesGARNER tea MILES AND Robert GULP Released oy BUENA VISTA DISTRIBUTION CO .INC W4 Walt Disney Productions KIDS 75C NYTIME j Waft Disneyfc The paramount TONIGHT thru THURS. AT AND P.M RESTRICTED ADULT BURT REYNOLDS "THE LONGEST YARD" TONIGHT TUES. at and p.m. If you enjoyed "BILLY JACK" and "WALKING Then this is your kind of movie! RESTRICTED ADULT Samuel Z. Arkoll presents 3 Mai Baer production Macon County Line color bv CFI an American International release 28th ANNUAL ROTARY CAROL FESTIVAL MONDAY, DEC. 16th P.M. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH 10 Church 2 Bell Choirs University Madrigal Singers Salvation Army Band Collection for UNICBF relief. TAKE PART IN THIS COMMUNITY EFFORT! ;