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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I THI LiTHMIDOt HMALO November Gov't to appeal dismissal of movie obscenity charge WINNIPEG The irovince has decided to appeal the dismissal of meenity charges against the movie Last Tango in lays Attorney-General Howard Pawley. Purpose of the he is to seek clarification of the law relating to because at present the law is and it is important to know once and for all what is legally obscene. TONIOHT TOM McNICOL FROM WINNIPEG AT THE ALIC HOTIL Paul president of Odeon-Morton Theatres said he would have to consult his lawyers before deciding whether to continue with plans to re-open the film. Last Tango In Paris was seized May 23 from the Kings Theatre. Odeon-Morton Theatres Ltd. and United Ar- tists Corp. were charged with unlawfully and without lawful justification or exposing to public view an obscene movie. Provincial Judge John Eons dismissed the charges after a six-day trial. He ruled that considering other magazines and films already dealt with by the the movie may be within bounds of acceptability. Entertainers to meet You've got an chance of making this a great drink. Ont. Canadian entertainers and more than 200 representatives of Canadian universities and colleges will meet here Nov. 9-13 for the fifth annual Cana- dian Entertainment Conference. Nightly showcase concerts have been organized to allow entertainers to demonstrate the kind of show .they could offer in a campus en- gagement. Canadian talent will be featured in the which are open to the and in a Nov. 11 film show- for delegates only. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ARMISTICE BALL November 9 p.m. Veterans please wear your medals Music by For MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY TV highlights FRIDAY CRIME I CV 7. A racket is the target for Chase's men. CRIME 7 Ch. 7. A complicated case becomes even more complex as Manniz searches for a mobster's girl friend. SCIENCE The 7 Ch. II. A psy- chotic computer creates sinister images in order to frighten Rachel and Garth. Saafertf ud 8 Ch. IS. Tonight's program title is Members of the Ch. 7. Hawkeye writes another letter to his dad and tells of the zany goings-on at the camp. MOVIE Ch. 11 Two American pilots in a damaged plane that cannot fly but can taxi which is being pursued by a German tank in North Africa. Flip II Ch. 7. Robert Carol Lawrence and Slappy White are Flip's guests. Tony Bennett hi. U Ch. 13. Tony's Joey Heatherton and two music groups are featured. Taped in Hawaii. DOUBLE 12 2 Ch. 7. The first feature is Battle of and the second is Great DOUBLE 12 midnight and Ch. 13. First film is and the second is SATURDAY 11 Ch. 7. Canadian Junior Football. MOVIE Roads to 3 p.m. Ch. 7. Italy today as contrasted with the country liberated by the Allies in 1943. Wide World of Ch. 13. Equestrian Royal Winter demolition derby and ladies' gym- nastic championships are the featured. El Rancho Frontier Dining Room Charcoal Broiled Steak and Lobster and Continental Specialities served daily DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS Entertainment for your listening pleasure every 2025 Meyer Mwjnfli Drive 420 6ft St. Swrtft 324 Miyer Drive right to limit quantities. PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10th CLOSING WEEKEND TURKEYS Canada Grade Young STEAKS Capital 11b. pkg. Side Bacon Glintrs Suptrior Rag. or R.B.Q. I-29 Wieners Uffli Dippar Auirttd 16 oz. Viw Cmdi Cktin Graft. 14 fl. oz. til Cake Mixes 2 Vegetables 4 ORANGES TOMATOES LETTUCE L-MAHT WHITE OR MOWN 21 u. wt. M BREAD 4189' NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE 10 oz. MR- OF MAMA wv COFFEE Hb.nlvl.Bhi. CALENDAR OF THE ARTS Co-ordinated by the Allied Arts Council. Contact Bowman Arts Weekdays 10 a.m. 5 p.m. Telephone 327-28f3. CURRENT EVENTS Nov. Sculpture in Claresholm. Nov. Sculpture in Fort Macleod. Nov. Taylor Sculpture and U of L 8-10 p.m. Nov. Sculpture in Centre Village Mall. Nov. Yates p.m. COMING EVENTS Nov. Sculpture in Taber. CONTINUING EVENTS Until Nov. Prairie U of L Monday- 9 1-5 p.m. From Nov. Weaver Taylor Sculpture and U of L hours as above. From Nov. 16-Dec. Yates p.m. Sir Alexander Gait 1 2 p.m.-5 p.m. ANNOUNCING Towne House Men's Hairstyling Ave. S. directly across from the new Safeway Store WILL NOW BE OPEN Thursday and Fridays until p.m. SATURDAY DISCOUNT BOMBSHELLS ONE DAY ONLY WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. MISSES BOOT SOCK With lining and roll-down cuff. Our Reg.price 1.00 SCARF AND BERET SET Acrylic So warm for these cold days 1.44 WINDSOR WAFERS 2-1.00 ibs. I LADIES FLANNEL PYJAMAS Colourful floral print. S.M.L. Our Reg. price 3.98 MEN'S CARDIGANS Acrylic. S.M.LXL Our Reg. Price 5.49 CHRISTMAS CARDS Box of 51 RECORD PLAYER Price '.77 KRESGES Byelection at Regina REG1NA The byetection in the constituency of Regina Lakeview will be held Dec. Premier Allan Blakeney announced today. The riding lost its represen- tative in the legislature when Liberal MLA Don McPhenon died Sept. 17. Standing in the 60-seat legislature now it NDP Liberals 14. Two candidates have been nominated already in Regina Lakeview Don Keith for the NDP and Ted Malone for the Literals. RADIO and TV LISTINGS are tistod by the Radio and viston Any variation In program scritd- uto is due to teat-minute changes by the stations and is not the responsftttity of The Lethoridge Herald. CHIC FRIDAY NIGHT Jack Neuleld News Paul Tessier 12-00 Roy Rennik FRIDAY NIGHT 5.00 Probe 1220 6.00 World at Six 6.30 Stan Bailey Show 8'00 John Charles 12-00 Steve Pisko SATURDAY 6-00 News SATURDAY Buryl John Oliver News Paul Tessier Roy Renntek CJOC Jack Thys Sports 10-05 Qord Whileheaa News 3.00 John Charles 5-15 Soccer Results 5-40 Sports 5-53 News CHilC-PM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dell-0 6pm -10 p.m. Don Hedman 10 p.m -12 midnight ConcertSr Overtures and Encore's. SATURDAY 6 a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m and Encores Don Hedman FRIDAY NIGHT 6.00 World at Six 6-30 AS It Happens 8-03 Between Ourselves 9-00 Music West 10-00 News. Wthr From the Capitals 10-15 Five nights a Week 11.00 News 11 03 Major Progression SATURDAY 6 03 Sounds Like Saturday 8-00 News 6 45 Notice Board 5 p m.-1 a.m. Dell-O SUNDAYS 6 a m -1 p.m. Overtures and Encores 1-2 p.m. me uasthaus Hour 2-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6pm -12 midnight Overtures and Encores CBR 9.00 9.10 10-03 11.03 12-00 12-10 News The Glums Family Favorites This Country in the Morning Time Signal This Country in the Morning News Our Native Land TBA College Football Jazz Canadlana Don't Miss Reading The LetHbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT with your copy of Thi Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. FRIDAY 5 00 Hollywood squares 5-30 CJOC News Chase Mannix 8-00 All In The Family 8-30 M A.S H. 9.00 Tommy Hunter 10-00 Flip Wilson News P.M. Battle of Neretva The Great Escape SATURDAY 6 30 Uncle Bobby 7 00 Pmochio Wizard of Oz Cartoons and Children's Movie Yogi's Gang Goober and the Ghost Chasers Jeannle Canadian Jr. Football Sports Week 3.00 Wrestling Vacation Canada Bugs Bunny CPCN-TV LethbrMge Channel 13 Ch. FRIDAY Mod Squad 5 55 News 6.30 On The Buses The Starlost Sanford and Son Movie. Death Race Tony Bennett in Hawaii News News Double Bill 1. Charlie Bubbles 2. Marooned SATURDAY 7-SS Thought for Day 8-00 Joshs and the Pussy- cats 8.30 The Jetsons Star Trek Amazing Cnan 10.00 Archie 10-30 Waterville Gang 11-00 Puppet People Fantasia 12.00 Buckshot Wrestling MacDonaid invitational Stakes 12-30 Musical Friends Outdoor Sportsman Sports Digest Wrestling Roller Derby Wide of News KRTV Great PaMe Channel 3 Ch. FRIDAY HM Haw C.B.S Special The Long Winter of Hank Aaron 10.00 News Tonight show SATURDAY 3.00 CGF Telecourse 7'00 Scooby Doo My Favorite Martian Jeannie 9.00 Speed Buggy 9.30 Josie and Pussy- cats Archies r KPM Oree FRIDAY 6 00 News Truth or Consequences Brady Bunch Odd Couple Room 222 Adam's Rib American Style News Grogs SATURDAY News Bugs Bunny Yogi's Gang Fat Albert Fimstones 11.30 Bailey's Comets Lidsville Pink Panther Inch High Addams Family Emergency Plus 4 Butch Cassldy Star Trek Jetsons Lassie Barnaby Jones Lawrence Welk Ok Wli Super Friends Lassie's Rangari 8.30 Goober and the Ghost Chasers 8-00 Brady Kids Magic Superstar Movfe American Bandstand N.C.A.A. WWe World of Sports Star Cher ;