Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
g _ THE LEIHBfUDGE HERALD Salurday, Docember 30, 1972 Ginger New rock resembles Bogart H I G H LIG H IK HAL MCCLUKE AVD.VT, Isrrrfl lAPj Ted Ncx-iey, supenftar? Some are already cr-mparins the 2'3-vear-old rock singer to Began. Xreley was a virtual unknown without' film experience v.nn Norman Jev.i n signed him to play the title ru e in" the film version of Jesus Chris: Superstar. The succeesful opera was ceins shot here in t're middle of Israel's blazing Ne- ge-v Desert. Slight of buiid uith- a beatific smile and a wispy beard, the young singer looks the part. Xeeley came to Jev.lson's at- tention 'for his role in the rock opera Tommy, by The Who. He later played Jesus in the Lcs Angelc-s 'production of Super- star. "The role of Jesus required a great deal of reaction, -.vh-.ch is the rasa difficult art in motion pictures." Je'.vison said. "It is the same skill that Eogart had and McQueen has. ROLE CHANGED LIFE Xeelev. soft-spoken arid somc-- ivhat shy, admits he is still rather numb. He told of the arbitrary re- strictions imposed en any actor portrayins the Christ role and said it'had affected his own life. "I had a terrible temper, and I still must -.vatch he said. 1 find I'm more patient and I believe I have learned to he more tolerant. "I also notice I watch my ac- tions in front of the children here on the set." he added. "I don't want to do anything out of character." Xeeley, raised a Southern "A few years ago 1 might have felt sacrilegious treating Jesus like an ordinary man. But I've read a lot of lit- ei atun f tM rr 11 1 ed H "i'dn t t r' 1 it a nan J Kir lit. en 1 r i tr-'n T m i'n i N k [K. t o' hr t I I t o rf' t tc coi h -i t t COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF IETHBRIDGE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS ACTIVITY PROGRAM CHILDREN'S FREE RECREATIONAL HOCKEY Civic ke Centre-. neon) Januc-y 3, 1 973 Thursday, January 4, 1973 Mor.day, Jsnjery 8, 1973 Tuesday, January 9, 1973 Adams Park Ice Ce'rVre: r. r) January 3, 1 Thursday, January 4, 1973 Monday, January 2, 1973 Tuesday, January 9, 1 973 Henderson Park ke Centre: r.ecr) Tuesday, January 2, 1973 Jor.uary 3, 1 973 Thursday, January 4, 1973 Friday, January 5, 1973 Monday, January 3, 1973 Tuesday, January 9, 1973 SCHOOLS GALBRAITH, GILBERT PATERSON, 5T. PATRICK'S Recreational Basketball, Volleyball, etc. (FREE) Wednesday, January 3, 1973 p.m.) Thursday, January 4, 1973 f- rr..) SIR ALEXANDER GALT MUSEUM FREE p.m., Wedr.eiday, January 3, 1973 and Tnu.-sday, January 4, 1973, j NOTE: ptsaie rsfer !o the regular Fu'lVc o--i 11-e Cily Ricrsallcr.sl SATUIUMY SPOUT: NHL Hccki-y, n p.m., Ch. 7. The St. Louis Blues J. meet the Maple Ix-afs in Toronto. DRAMA: 1'olicc Slirsron, p.m., Cli. 13. Locke's as- Eistant is accused of making a wrong diagnosis hut the hody i disappears before the autopsy. COMEDY: panford and Son, p.m-, Ch. 13. Fre 1 uses Archie Bunker's tactics to get rid of a Puerto Rican neighbor. i MOVIE MUSICAL: "Gentlemen Marry 9 p.m., Ch. 1. Tv.o sisters arrive in Paris where they have been promised a joh in the Folies Eorgere. MOVIE COMKDY: 9 p.m., Ch. !3. Doris Day plays an industrial spy in this 1S67 spoof of the cosmetic trade. MOVIE DRAMA: "Forever My 12 midnight. Cli. 13. A fictionalized biography of Emperor Franz Josef and Empress Elizabeth of Austria. MOVIE COMEDY: "The a.m., Ch. 7. A maLac'or-turr.ed-singer tangles with Barcelonas' most cele- brated courtesan. SUNDAY SPORT: Football. 11 a.m., Ch. 7. The AFL Conference final. DOCUMENTARY: Challenging Sea. 4 i'.m., Ch. 13. The mysteries of the ocean are explored in the return of this half-hour series. REPORT: Canada, p.m.. Ch. 7. A ysar-cnd review cf agricultural activities ar.tl a look at prospects for farming in 1973. MUSIC: Music To See, 5 p.m., The McGill Chamber Orchestra performs Haydn's Toy Symphony. CRIME DRAMA: "Two For the i p.m.. Ch. 13. i A TV-movie about a pair of ex-cops tracking a mass murder- er. FAMILY: of Disney. 6 p.in-, Ch. 7. A repeat o! a nature drama in California's Sequoia National Park. ADVENTURE: The Beachcombers, 7 p.m-, Ch. 7. This foreman to fire people and he's fired so mariy there's r.o or.e to for him so Nick can't h's SI'OItT: Sugar Bowl, 7 p.m., 11. Pcnn State meets Oklahoma in the 39th Sugar Bov.l at New Orleans. COMEDY DRAMA: Anna and ths Kins, p.m., Ch. 7. Arm and the King bow out v.ith a show on rights. HISTORICAL: The British Empire, p.m., Ch. n. The cultural and religious cor.stquences be-lwesn British and native customs in Africa. VARIETY: Julie Andrews. 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Emmy winner Keith Michci! pins Julie in passages from English theatre and literature. 'DOCUMENTARY: InsWe the World of Your Dreams, 10 p.m., Ch. 13, A British documentary discusses the mysterious world of di'-ams. SPECIAL: Hogmanay. p.m.. Ch. 7. Tr.e traditional Ecc'tish v.elcome to the New Year with co-hcsts Joan Water- field and Maurice Mcl-'arkne. on the progrnm ure Stuart Christie, lun Bu.-r.c'.l, the Gilchrist brothers, dancers ar.cl fritnus. SIOVIF-: DHA.MA: a-m., Ch. 7. Tnc adven- tures of a timplc-mir.ded Parisian muts and prostitute s child. MONDAY SPORT: Cotton liowl Festival a.m., Cli. 11. Tlie 17th annual Cotton Bov.l Fesival parade from Dallas. SPORT: Kose I'arailc. 'J-.ZH a.m., Cli. 7. Sith annual To'jrnament of partd" from Calif., with John Wayne as grind murh-ai. SPORT: Uov.i. 12 n'icn, Ch. 13. meets Texas in the Cotton Eowl at Da'.b'i. SPECIAL: New Year's p.m.. Ch. 7. Gov- ernor General Roland Micl-.or.cr r.Sini'.er Pijrrc Trudeau exterd Nev; Year's to Carii'inr.s. SIOVIE DRAMA: "OCilJl-n p-m., Cli. 13. A man's battle over poverty to Ijt.ome a grsst virjUm-.t then decides to beconie a SPORT-. Rose Bowl, p.m.. Ch. 7. USC meets Ohio State in the Rose Dov.l at SPORT: Oransc lioiv, C p.m., Ch. B. NoLre Dame rrj'.e's Nebraska in the !9th Orange r ..i pane at Miami. SPECIAL: Nev.s I'.eiori, H p.m., C'li. 13. C7CN staffers reviev.- rev.s events in MUSIC: Rcilin'. p.m., Cli. 13. Kcnr.y ar.J the First Etiitton in concert. Bob .Nnv.hart. p.ri., Ch. 7. ji'Jl o: Chrtstrnrs very v.-l.h hoi clay crowds Lnd the COMEDY: Partridge Family. S p.n., Cli. 7. Shirlsy to an tmorc'js CRIME DRAMA: P'-TI-, Cli. 7. Playing Canrr.n for a fo-.l is trivlty Vjiincss fir this SPECIAL: The Prine Minister, p.m., 13. Bru'.-e Phillips ar.d Circle Taylor in v.ith the Pl.I govc-ntrnc-nt policic-3 for t're CRIME DRAMA: Iif-n5ldf. If) p.m., Ch. 13. A retired cops plsa for h'-ip CiTte f.o 1: it; r.L; cl-j i.-.t.fi and lite Clef is to Ctr; MOVIE DRAMA: Grjr.KjrniV, Ch. 7. Tr.e story c; I-ot his to a cruel q'jesn rciipis OVir a city of TUESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: p.m.. Ch. 13. A v.riicr ar.tl his bc-.o.r.': ir.vclvtd in the far.'asy vvorltl of a v.i intsl-il the- for tr: b-.t harftiir.s. 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