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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Rock singer Bobby Dylan tour phenomenal success LOS ANGELES (AP) Singer Bob Dylan, whose lyrics became both the backdrop and an impetus to the 1960s protest movement, has ended his first concert tour in eight years. During Thursday night's concert, the son of a Ribbing, Minn., hardware dealer re- mained as much an enigma as ever, relying on his sometimes cryptic not the spoken communicate. Except for introducing his tour director, Bill Graham, Dylan spoke only two sentences to the audience of 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) and INVITED QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIIKIND INTIRTAINMINT Saturday, February 16 Upatain "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" Dowrataln "FRANKLY BROTHERS" I LABOR CLUB WBEKLY BINGO Every Monday 8 p.m. Cud Jackpot in 56 Numtore 101k Gme Blackout IB 56 Hunkers I ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH 11 Games Prize Money.........'.. Entry Card All Wood Cards ChHdrwi Under 16 Not AtoMd Bingo will alto be played In the club room for members and their Invited guests. Music Friday and Saturday Banquet Facilities Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. i Open Saturda] DON'T WAIT TILL THE LAST KNIGHT With Your INCOME TAX Avoid the last minute rush Let BLOCK slay your income tax dragons We're quick, convenient, and we double check for accuracy Don't put off 'til tomorrow what you can do toknight GUAMNTtt ttut iniemt ana penalty Canada's largest Tax Service With Over 6000 Offices in NotIh America Ml Am. S. 32t-3632 324 13th St N. 327-4079 Wirtdin to fc to S APPOINTMENT NtCtSSARYi SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "COUNTRY MUSIC" m color Starring Marty Bobbins, Barbara Dottoe West Friday, February 16. shows at p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" in color. Starring Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine, Stella Stevens. Friday, February 16, show at p.m. ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre LAND" in color Starring Charles Bronson. Saturday and Sunday, February 16 and 17. Sat- urday show at p.m. ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre -SHOWDOWN" in color. Starring Rock Hudson and Doan Martin Saturdays show at 7-00 and 900 p.m. ADULT. Theatre MAN WHO LOVED CAT DANCING" in cotor. Starring Burl Reynolds and Sarah Miles. Saturday, February 16 shows at 7-00 and 9-00 p.m. RESTRICT- ED ADULT. When he came on stage to thunderous applause, he re- marked: "Sure glad to be here" At the end of the first set of songs, he said: "We'll be right back Backed by his group, The Band, Dylan first gave out in thumping style. Then he stood on stage alone with his umam- plified guitar and harmonica and played such 1960s favorites as The Times They Are Achangin' and Just Like a Woman. Saturday, February LETHBRIDOE Government won't appeal film obscenity charges MINUS ONE CLUB VALENTINE DANCE Saturday, February 16th 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Polish Hall 8th Ave. 13th St. North Music by the "MUELLERS" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB Annual Masquerade Dance Feb. 23 p.m. Music by: Buchholz (from Calgary) in prizes Admtelon In eoatunw All OHwra Seek release of authors Entertainers Susan Strasberg, Lee Grant, Helen Reddy and Ellen Burstyn, left to right, read from "New Portuguese a book banned in Portugal, dur- ing a press conference in Los Angeles, Calif., recently. The entertainers are campaigning for the release of three women authors in Portugal on trial for the writ- ing of the book. All three feminist authors have the first name Maria. Actresses start campaign against censorship case Disneyland, Palm Springs, Grand' Canyon. Tours March 2, March 23, May 11, from .......................S266 16 days transportation and accomodation (twin) Reno, San Francisco, Fisherman's Wharf, Hollywood, Knotts Berry Farm, Disneyland, Palm Canyon and Las April Easter Holiday Disneyland Tour is liw is 11 days transportation and accommodation (twin) Reno, San Francisco Hollywood, Disneyland, Las Vegas Enquire about Expo 74 in Ai low ptr ptraon. 5 day Transportation and accomodation. All Now On Now SlgMwMlng BM-NorttMrn Star NORTHERN BUS TOURS LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 327-3536 LOS ANGELES (AP) "We want to make a noise we want to do for these women what was done for Sol- said Lee Grant, who is joining with other top actresses in a campaign to free three women writers on trial in Portugal. The censorship case of the Three Marias, feminist authors of New Portuguese Former radio veteran dies NEW YORK (AP) Dan Golenpaul, creator of the radio program Information Please, has died in hospital here after a long illness. Golenpaul, 73, created the program in 1938 and it ran on radio until 1952. A television version failed, radio being Ibetter suited to'the wit and conversational sparkle of the show's regulars Golenpaul chose Clifton Fadiman to moderate the show. John Kieran, Franklin P. Adams and Oscar Levant became regulars on the program. It reversed the normal quiz show-format by having a knowledgable panel field questions submitted by the general public. Show Times When you're in the mood For Something that's Exciting New and Different In Portrait Photography Give us a Call A. E. CROSS STUDIO ZMiii Saturday. February 16 PARAMOUNT THEATRE ON STAGE NIGHTLY "REVEEN" 8-00 pm PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9.20 JOHNATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL 7 40 9-45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9.20 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects JESUS CHRIST SUPER STAR 7 15 LAST COMPLETE SHOW FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT Sunday. February 17 PARAMOUNT THEATRE ON STAGE NIGHTLY -REVEEN" 8-00 pm PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects- 815 JOHNATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL, 840 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 815 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COUCOE CINEMA STUDENT TEACHERS 8DO BIG BUST OUT. 925 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8-00 RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT I He Pizza 329 5th Street S., Phone 329-3434 Enter Them 3 Waya! Enjoy Our Scrumptuous EAT HEM HOME DELIVERY or our famous... Spaghetti and Meat Balls We feature thick CLAM CHOWDER every Monday and Friday We dcfhrar after 5 p.m. Daily OPEN Monday to Thursday 11 am to 1 am Friday and Satin day 11 a.m. to 2 a Sunday 12 Moon to 12 KHdrright 329 -5th Streets. Phone Letters, a book banned in their native land, has aroused concern among members of the film industry who face their own censorship problems. Miss Grant together with singer Helen Reddy, actress Susan Strasberg and Exorcist star Ellen Burstyn appeared before a private audience last week They read aloud the writings Portuguese authorities have called "an outrage to public morals and good customs." "We think the act of our reading from this banned work and the act of your listening to it is by itself a participation against the Miss Grant told 125 actors, writers, directors and even a few politicians' who crowded into the elfgant home of Actors Studio founder Lee Strasberg. Songwriter Dory Previn, producer Roger Gorman, and comedienne Fanny Flagg were among the listeners. STORIES OF WOMEN Solemnly, dramatically, the four women read from the book not yet published in North America. Mostly the contents were stories of oppressed tale of death by abortion, an erotically graphic description of rape and a woman's thoughts before murdering her husband in bed. Shocking? Miss Burstyn de- scribed the works as "maybe as daring as Henry Miller." The show ended with a feminist rallying cry from the book: "Whores or Lesbians, we do not care what they call us, as long as the battle is not lost" Then the audience applauded vigorously, donated money and signed petitions for the freedom of Maria Isabel Barreno, Maria Veho da Costa and Maria Teresa Horta, who face a possible sentence of two years in prison. Although the reading was part of an international feminist protest already mobilized in other countries, Los Angeles participants stressed the separation of their defence of artistic freedom from militant de- fences of feminism. WINNIPEG (CP) The Manitoba government has decided not to appeal dismissal of obscenity charges against the film Last Tango in Paris, to the Supreme Court of Canada, says Attorney-General Howard Pawley Mr. Pawley said the government has been advised by its legal experts that an appeal would have little chance of success. 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