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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBHIDOE HERALD Friday, January 31. 197S 1 Saturday thru Wednesdiy 1 BANANA SUPER SAVERS Merchandise on Sale tonight (Friday) 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday a.m. to 6 p.m. Limited Quantities Zellers Mallow Biscuits 20 oz. box. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE JOG Triple Pack Cigarettes Kings and Regulars. Limit 6 pkgs per customer. BANANA SALE PRICE.......... S2 Metal Storage Trunks Various sizes. Value to NOW 25% OFF Sound Machine Radio Solid State. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE Winter Coats and Jackets and Winter Boots For the entire family. BANANA SALE PRICE NOW PRICE Men's Boxer Shorts Sizes S-M-L-XL. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE I2 9 Hostess Potato Chips All flavours. Reg. 69e. Banana Sale Price Phentex 3 ply and 6 ply. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE Men's Boxed Tie Shirt Sets Sizes 15-16Vi. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE Discontinued Lamps Various styles. Reg. to BANANA SALE PRICE NOW 25% OFF Plastic Coated Shopping Bags Reg. Banana Sale Price 2'49 ALL HOCKEY SKATES Assorted sizes. BANANA SALE PRICE..... NOW OFF 3 Piece Modular Stereo Radio With twin speakers. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE. Misses' Knee Socks Acrylic and nylon. Size 9-11. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE Zelco Antiquing Kit Various colors. Reg. BANANA SALE PUKE Cushion Sole Men's Socks Ass't. colors. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE I50 Girls' Thermal Briefs Sizes 8-14. Reg. aec Banana Sale Price Triple Pack Boys' Briefs Fruit of the Loom. Sizes 4-6x. Reg. Banana Sale Price SKILLET RESTAURANT BREAKFAST SPECIAL 2 Slices Bacon. 2 Toast and Coffee. Rig. BANANA SALE PRICE 99 Big "Z" Burger 02 Beef patties with al 90 chips. Reg. 09 BANANA SALE PRICE 1 Hanimex 120 Slide Tray Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE 150 Scotties Rainbow Facial Tissue 100pak. Reg. 35e. Banana Sale Price Skillet Restaurant HOT DOG, SMALL PEPSI Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE Carefree Tampons 40pakreg.orsuper. Reg. BANANA SALE PRICE 1" Zellers County Fair in Ztllws Shopping Cmtrt on M.yor Magrath Drlvt. Optn daily to p.m. Thuraday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Talcphona 328-S171. Only a few remember great American actor By IRA BERKOW NEA Senior Editor CHICAGO (NEA) Who was Paul Muni, and how come so few remember him? By the standards of distinguished directors like Howard Hawks and actresses like Bette Davis, Paul Muni was one of the finest, if not the finest, American ac- tor of this century. Who was Paul Muni? He ran the toughest mob in Chicago, dis- covered how to make milk safe to drink, heroically fought in- justice in France, in Dayton, Tennessee, and in Mexico; conquered wrote great symphonies and was one of the world's greatest wooers. That is, he played, in order, Al Capone, Louis Pasteur, Emile Zola, Clarence Darrow, Juarez, Napoleon, Franz Schubert and Don Juan. Among many others. DIED AT 72 Why, then, is he so lit- tle remembered just seven years after his death, at age 72? In a recently publish- ed biography, "Actor, The Life and Times of Paul Muni" author Jerome Lawrence, co-author of "Inherit the Wind" which starred Muni on Broadway, wrote: "Was (Is) the public's attitude toward Muni a classic example of America's actor sickness? We all crave heroes presidents with charisma, sexy senators and governors, teachers we can love, preachers we can turn into fathers. "But mostly we want gods and goddesses on our stages, screens, artd TV sets: idealizations of ourselves. If the face isn't a male collar ad or a female blonde Venus, then we'want intellec- tual giants: mammoth IQ's, instant answers, PAUL MUNI prefabricated philo- sophies, packaged religion, magic, fairy tales, Santa Claus, Superman. "We idolize them; then we forge them." This fine, balanced book may or may not help to resurrect Muni, but at least it will bring him, for a time from behind the backstage of late late TV movies into a spotlight of sorts. Muni was the consum- mate artist, according to Lawrence who sat one night in a Chicago hotel room recently and spoke about his subject. "I had hoped that this book would not only be a loving tribute to Muni the actor, but I wished it to be a kind of textbook of -he said. Indeed, Lawrence dedicated the biography "To young, learning Ac- tors: the Munis of tomorrow." Lawrence gave an ex- ample of of preparation which Muni i brought to his perfor- mances. He recalled that Josephine Hutchin- son, who played Pasteur's wife, had said, that one of the 'mistakes young actors make today is to think they can go onstage or on camera and do whatever comes into their minds. And it probably isn't as good as if they'd had a line or musical score in their heads beforehand. Muni prepared an entire symphony. The bills for his research at the Los Angeles County Hospital were quite sizeable. It was Muni's meticulous physical preparation which gave him his biggest break in the English language theater, after spending years in the American Yiddish theatre, said Lawrence. When looking for the actor to play Al Capone in Howard Hawks thought of Muni. Hawks remembered seeing Muni in the Yid- dish theater in a moving scene with his back to the audience, where he was such a purist he'd even made up his hands to fit the character, said Lawrence. TOUGH TIME Hawks had a tough time convincing "Muni to take the role. Mum ten that he couldn't play that kind of man because he wasn't that kind of person Muni had, according to Lawrence, a deep integrity which attracted him to roles of people he could respect. 10UTOF EVERY 2 CANADIAN ADULTS ARE OVERWEIGHT! Newspaper TV, radio combination break ordered It's a fact. Today, more people are eating or drinking so many calories that they weigh more than their desirable weight. However, in practical application, good nutri- tion is simple. It consists of eating a variety ol foods in order to provide the many nutrients we all need but not over-indulging. Following a sensible, wholesome diet is essential. But to help speed the loss of excess weight, Naran has formulated a special weight- control regimen. The whole plan is included in every package. An exclusive liquid formulation thafis taken with grapefruit juice, a vitamin supple-, ment to help maintain good health, and a comprehensive low calorie weekly food menu. Follow label directions and take as needed. Naran is a simple, easy regimen that can help you lose excess bulky fat quickly before you start on your long-term weight-control diet. If you are not completely satisfied with your first purchase, just return the empty carton for your money back. The Naran liquid into pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle, Take 2 lablespoonsful twice a day as needed. one vitamin pill per day as dietary supplement. the daily Naran Food "ton Menu. WASHINGTON' (AP) Newspapers in the United States will no longer be allow- ed to purchase radio or televi- sion stations in the same market as the newspaper, un- der a change in Federal Com- mtmications Commission (JCC) rules. And an FCC order has directed that existing new- spaper TV combinations in seven cities and newspaper radio combinations in nine cities be broken up by Jan. 1, 1980. The commission said it studied all such newspaper broadcast combinations in the U.S. and ordered the breakups "only in extreme situations where there appeared to be a monopoly on the expression of views on issues of public concern." The commission has been wrestling with the problem for nearly seven years and has been operating on-a case-by- case basis. The FCC said its major concern was diversity of ownership as a means of enhancing diversity in program service to the public and viewpoints presented to the public, rather than in terms of the strictly anti-trust approach taken by the justice department. BREAKUP SOUGHT The department has petitioned the FCC to break up several newspaper broadcast combinations in major cities. The commission said the idea of diversity of viewpoints from antagonistic sources is at the heart of its licensing responsibility. "It was unrealistic to ex- pect true diversity from a commonly owned station newspaper the FCC said. "The divergency of their viewpoints cannot be ex- pected to be the same as they were antagonistically run." The commissioner said owners of a newspaper AM- FM combination may satisfy the KCC order by selling the newspaper, the AM station, the FM station or both stations. The TV divestiture order may be met, the FCC said, by selling either the new- spaper or the TV station. Waivers to the breakup cider will be granted if a proper showing is made, the FCC said.. There is no fixed federal policy on newspaper ownership of broadcast licences in Canada but the Canadian Radio-Television Commission has turned down a number of applications from newspapers wanting cable television licences in their home cities, a CRTC official said Wednesday. Each application is considered in- dividually in the absence of an over-all policy, the official said. Orchestra director to resign CALGARY Handford, director of the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra for the past five years has announced he is resigning at the end of this season, one year before his contract expires. The orchestra management announced he will be replaced 'by Franz-Paul Decker, now conductor of the Montreal Symphony who will act as musical advisor and prin- cipal guest conductor for the remainder of this season while Mr. Handford remains as conductor. Mr. Handford refused any comment on his resignation and it was accepted by the board without comment. Orchestra president Mrs. F. R. Matthews said "as of Feb. 15 we are absolutely broke." TV highlights FRIDAY COMEDY: Hee Haw, 6 p.m., Ch. 9. Johnny Russell and Lawanda Lindsey join the regulars for an hour of hilarity. COMEDY: Hot L Baltimore, 7 p.m., Ch. li. Jeannie Linero and Gloria LeRoy star as a client of Suzy's drops dead and the hotel residents have the problem on their hands. VARIETY: Smothers Brothers, 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Tom and Dick are joined by special guests David Steinberg and Olivia Newton-John. COMEDY: p.m., Atari Alda as Hawkeye is confined to quarters awaiting court martial for punching Frank (Larry Linville) in the eye. MUSIC: Tommy Hunter, 9 p.m., Ch. 7. Tommy and his regulars are joined by singers Ed Ames and Lynn Jones. CRIME DRAMA: Manhunter, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. Ken Howard must find the killer of six men who have drifted into a harbor on a ship. MUSIC: Midnigh't'Special, 12 midnight, Ch. 9. Helen Reddy hosts a program featuring many well known artists of today's music scene. PEPSI RADIO AND TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Televii The Lethbridge Herald, CHEC 1090 MONDAY THRU FRIDAY F'arm News News, Weather, Sporls News, Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 Minutes to the Hour and 20 Minutes After Saturday Canada Winter Games Countdown News, Weather, Sports CJOC 1220 Friday Night Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News News. Weather. Sports News Soccer Results Sports News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off On Monday thru Friday Saturday Concerts Overtures i Encores Concie's Carousel (All Night) CBR 1010 Friday Night As It Happens Music West From the Capitals Five Night a Week Major Progression Saturday Sat. Play Back Sat. Sports Play Back Sat. Folks Family Favorites Danny Finlkeman Time'Signal Inside from the Outside Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta Pick of the Goons Met Opera Music From the Middle Cdn. Figure Skating "Pepsi Cola proudly introduces the Fridge 40" only forty ounceBottlB on ITS "markL_____..... specifically for your fridge. New light weight bottle with twist-off closure, packed in a convenient lake home carrier. KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE 0) O Hollywood Squares (D Password O News (D Trulh or Consequences O News ID Let's Make A Deal (D News O News (B News Q Movin On (D News O Hee Haw Truth or Consequences ID Swiss Family (D Hot L Baltimore O Petrocelli O Sariford Son HI Dr. In The House 09 Movie: Amy Prentiss O Chico The Man ID Odd Couple O All in the Family ID The Smothers Brothers O Roekford Files O M'A-S'H ID Baretla O News Special ID Canadian Figure Skating Championships Q Tommy Hunter O Manhunter O News IB News ID Movie: Village of the Damned O Tonight Show National IB News O George Hamilton IB News O Movies: 1. Matchless 2. Demarcation Line O Midnight Special ID Movie: David Copperliold ID Rock Concert Saturday Morning m Farm News O Telecoursc