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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta RCs protest movie version of Jesus Christ Superstar ROME (AP) "Blasphemy! shouted conservative young Roman Catholics as the wife of Italian president Giovanni Leone and other leading Romans arrived for the premiere of the movie version of Jesus Christ Superstar. 1 Police barred one girl from the benefit showing Monday night because her handbag was full of tomatoes. The Teatro dell' Opera was "1251 3rd AVENULSOUTlT EVERY THURSDAy 8 p.m. 18 GAMES NIW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Numbor Limit) No one under 16 years allowed PL'BI 1C UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS. ------------WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT TRIO" Fn., Jan. RANCH BOYS" Saturday, January Shearer and the LampLighters" Country Four" Community Services Department City Of Lethbridge MEN'S GYM SWIM PROGRAM Civic Sports Centre Complex 11th Street 5th Avenue South The program will consists of moderate physical exercise and recreational games in the gym, followed by a refreshing swim in the Fritz Sick Pool. searched after anonymous telephone callers said bombs had been hidden in it. No ex- plosives were found. Scores of the Catholic youths demonstrated inside and outside the theatre. Police arrested about 20 persons but let them go. The Committee for Defence of Christian Civilization called the film of the Broadway rock musical "an outrage to Catholicism and Christianity and a blasphemy to the person of the Divine Redeemer." But Mrs. Leone, the critics and even priests among the first-nighters praised the movie. It "does not diminish the message of Christian said Mrs. Leone. The Vatican has not opposed the movie, and some songs from the stage production have been played on the Vatican radio station. FLYING AGAIN WASHINGTON (AP) Air National Guard and Air Re- serve training flights, ground- ed Dec. 22 by the United States fuel shortage, are being resumed, the Pentagon said today. Spokesman Jerry Friedheim said resumption of flights was made possible by an increased allocation of dai- ly military fuel consumption by the federal energy office. 9, THE LtTHlRIOOE HERALD 7 Lift travel ban on cellist MOSCOW (AP) Cellist Mstislav Rostropovich has been allowed to go to Paris, Soviet officials said today, ending a three-year travel ban imposed for his open support of novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn. An official at Goskoncert, the agency that arranges tours and concerts by Soviet performers, said Rostro- povich has left Mos- cow for Paris but would give no details. It was not im- mediately known here if the cellist is on concert tour or a private visit Rostropovich, 46, among the world's most talented cellists, was forced to cancel a series of concerts at the start of 1971, including performances in Paris, Washington and New York. Informed sources said at the time that Rostropovich was banned for a year from trav- elling, a result of the musician's November, 1970, letter of support for Solzhenit- syn, the Nobel Prize-winning writer who has been a fre- quent critic of the Soviet regime. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK CtrtHM Dwital Mvdwnle 1-304 SI S Ph 327-7444 No worries over movie -Director William Fnedkin, left, has a word with producer-author Blatty during the filming of "The a movie that ran more than double over rts million budget, but nobody's worried at Warner Bros, studio where it was made. Returns from 25 cities after one week's run have led studio officials to predict it will be the biggest grosser in the company's history. TV actress Hope Lange dislikes housewife roles By JERRY BUCK LOS ANGELES (AP) Hope Lange has just finished a TV movie in which she plays a WHEN. REGISTRATION FEES Wednesday evening from 7.00 9 30 p rn JanuAry 9 February 20, 1974 27 April 10, 1974 All gentlemen interested m taking part may register in gym no.1 of the Civic Sports Centre on opening night Wednesday, January 9, 1974 starting at 6 30 p.m. Running shoes, gym shorts, T-shirt, a bathing suit and towel are the recommended equipment items 00 for 7 sessions for 14 sessions SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES For further information, contact the Community Services Dept's Office at 328-2341, Local 256 CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "NICHOLAS AND ALEXANDRA" Academy Award Winner in color Starring Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman Wednesday, January 9 show at 8-15 p m ADULT MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HOSPITAL" m color Starring George C. Scott Thursday and Friday, January 10 and 11 Thursday show at 830 pm ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "EMPEROR OF THE NORTH" in color Starring Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnme and Keith Carradme Wednesday, January 9 show at 8 15 p m ADULT, NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN TABER Tower Theatre x "CAHILL, US MARSHALL" in color. Starring John Wayne. Wednesday, January 9 shows at 7-00 and 9 00 p m FAMILY SAVINGS YOU WONT BELIEVE Sale continues while quantities last 4 RACKS OF WINTER COATS 75 ALL TOTAL CORDUROYS MOUTON COLLARS SKI JACKETS, Sizes 36-46, Reg. to YOUR CHOICE EA. I