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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta World Championship Tennis Roy Emerson (top) and Rod Laver (bottom) compete for top prize money in exciting World Championship Tennis commencing Saturday, June 9 at p.m. on the CTV Television Network. In all, thirteen games are to be aired including singles and dou'bles in elimination, quarter final, semi-final and final matches with the big- gest names in tennis from across the world. World tennis series Commencing Saturday, June 9 at p.m., CTV begins tele- casting the first of thirteen tournament matches of "World Championship Tennis." Many of the greab players of the world compete in singles and doubles for elimination, quarter final, send final and final matches. This is one ol the richest and most rigorous competitions in pro-tennis his- tory and CTV brings you all the events right up to the con- clusion of the action. There's solid strength from top to bot- tom in the line-ups, offsring contrasing styles and stiff com- petition. CTV sportscasler Fergie 01- ver is joined by Mark Cox of Great Britain as commentator for the events. Mark Cox has played in WCT matches for the last tliree years, winning well over in tournaments both in North America and Europe. New fire engine for paramedics makes long lour HOLLYWOOD (NBC) The program's new fire engine completed a mile cross-country trip with its arrival at Universal Studios re- cently. Special ceremonies marked the occasion. Julie London, Robert Fuller, Bobby Troup and Kevin Tighe, stars of the NBC Television Network series, were on hand to welcome four firemen who ended the month's trek by de- livering the fire engine, donated by the Ward LaFrance Truck Corporation for use during film- ing of' the series' 1973-74-sea- son episodes. The fire engine crew were greeted by more than people during their trip, which started in New York April 16. The paramedics gave rescue demonstrations in many cities and appeared on several radio and television stations to em- phasize the need for the emer- gency paramedic programs. TOTAL VIEWERS The Ontario Educational Communica t i o n s Authority's Channel 19 had a total of 700 regular viewers in ISTi, Redd Foxx TV Father of the year HOLLYWOOD (NBC) Redd Foxx, star of NBC Television Network's "San- ford and Son" series, has been named 1873 TV Father of the Year by the National Father's Day Committee in New York. Foxx lives with Ms wife, Betty Jean, and their daugh- ter, Debraca, in Toluca Lake, Calif. Father's Day, by act of Congress, is celebrated the third Sunday of each June, and is annually proclaimed a national holiday by Presiden- tial proclamation. This year, Father's Day is June 17. CBS records chief fired NEW YORK (AP) CBS fired tlw president of its rec- ord group yesterday and ac- cused him of charging more than worth of private bills to the company. The executive, Clive Davis, president of CBS-R e c o r ds Group, which includes Colum- bia Records, was paid in salary and special compen- sation last year, CBS said. The company brought a com- plaint in Manhattan Supreme Court accusing Davis, 40, of im- proper use of company funds, including billing CBS for reno- vation of his apartment and the cost of a bar mitzvah. CBS said two other employ- ees of the CBS records division were dismissed earlier, follow- ing investigation of irregular- ities relating to Davis's dis- charge. Davis had held his position since July 1971. PAOt 3 Sunday, June 3 ID Farm News Ardile's Fun House Christopher Closeup Pebbles and Bam Bam This is the Life Thought for the Day 4-H Clubtime 0 Lamp Unto My Feet Revival Fires __ University of the Air IB Window on Britain Gospel Hour Day of Discovery Rathryn Kuhlman Gospel Hour NFB O Face the Nation IB Rev. Solbreckfcen fD Make a Wish B Faith for today 0 Consultation 8 Day of Discovery Curiosity Shop (E> Roberts 0 Meet the Press O Wolper Special Q Camera 3 IB Under Attack ID Bullwiukle B Crossroads Issues and Answers 0 Danger is my Business IB Hex Humbard Ql Movie: My Friend Flicka 0 American Enterprise Debate O Reach for the Top (7) District 1 B Simon Locke, M.D. 0 Sports Spectacular fB People's Church m Great Roads of America B Country Canada ID Duty Bound gYcuMi Confrontation Rural Report B Caledonia Pentecost Presents Tennis Classic 4-H Clubtime 0 Sports Chollenge IB Marketplace ID Dr. Einstein at Lunch B Going Places IB Pendulum Sports Illustrated Love ID Montana State Low I i I 1 I i Income Organization I Untamed World I Sixty Minutes Garner Ted Armstrong I Medical Explorers I Lassie i Movie: The Perils of Pauline I Audubon I '.7ild Kingdom I This is Your Life I Workl of Disney I Irish Rovers i Lawi-er.ce Wdk Disney World I Let Them I Adam 12 The FBI Beachcombers Gunsmoke The Protectors IB Mountbatteri B Black Beauty ID Movie: The World of Suzre Wong 0 Mystery Movie B Tom Browi-'s School Days IB Mannlx B Strauss Family IB A Touch erf Grace 0 Night Gallery 0 MASH IB W-5 B First Person Singular O News 0 Mission Impossible B O: Al1 People ID Bobby Goldsboro QJB New.; (TO Newt B Nations Business ID News QO CJOC NCTM IB Oil Report 0 News Insight Question Period 8 Water World Tfavdure IB Mcrv Griffin B Untouchables STRAUSS MELODIES Some 150 Strauss melodies will be heard during CBC-TV's new seven-part series, The Strauss Family. DEPARTMENT STORES BIG VALUES on QUALITY FLEETWOOD TELEVISION This lovely set features a solid state 85 chassis with total color lok and plug in transistors. Provides a cfear bright pic- lure with a minimum of adjustments and repairs. Handsomely finished in a walnut cabinet. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We Reserve the Right To Limit Quantities. COLIEGE SHOWING MAIL 2025 Mayor Mograth Drive KPMTMENT STORES IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;