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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOLLAND'S DRAPERY SHOP largest Display Of DRAPERY MATERIALS In Western Canada 325 - 7th St. S. Ph. 327-4475 The Letttbrldge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Launderette Free Bi-Monthly Draw far dry cleaning with this ad 3 Ave. * 12 St. B S. Attended Mon. thru Fri. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 24 TO FRIDAY, MARCH 30 Academy Awards on CBC-TV Tuesday History of Oscars recalled Oscar, the American film industry's gold-plated symbol of achievement, has smiled upon many of Hollywood's stars in the past More honors are to come on Tuesday, March 27 at 8:00 p.m., when CBC-TV presents the 45th annual Academy Awards, live (in color) from Hollywood via NBC-TV. Since 1929, a few performers have been honored on several occasions for their talents and abilities. Katharine Hepburn, the only actress to receive three Oscars, won the statuettes for her roles in Morning Glory (1932-33); Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (1967); and The Lion In Winter (1968). Six women have won two Oscars each in this category. They are Bette Davis, for Dangerous (1935), and Jezebel (1938); Luise Rainer for The Great Ziegfield (1936) and The Good Earth (1937); Vivien Leigh, for Gone With The Wind (1939), and A Streetcar Named Desire (195ttt Ingrid Bergman, for Gaslight (1944), and Ana-stasia (1956); Olivia deHavil-Iand, for To Each His Own (1946), and The Heiress (1949); and Elizabeth Taylor, for But-terfield 8 (1960), and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff? (1966). Miss Hepburn holds top honors in the number of Oscar nominations, with 11. Right be-Wnd her are Bette DaVs (10), Greer Garson (seven, including one win, Mrs. Miniver in 1942), Deborah Kerr and Norma Shearer (five, with Miss Shearer winning for The Divorcee, in 1929-30). No actor has won three Oscars in the best actor category, and only three have captured the Award twice. They are Spencer Tracy, for Captains Courageous (1937), and Boys Town (1938); Fredric March, for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931-32); and The Best Years Of Our Lives (1946); and Gary Cooper, for Sergeant York (1941), and High Noon (1952)., Tracy has received the most nominations: Nine. Next comes Laurence Olivier with s e ve n (and one award, for Hamlet, in 1948), then Richard Burton with six. March, Cooper, James Stewart, Marlon Brando, Paul Muni and Gregory Peck have been nominated five times, the winners being Stewart, Brando, Muni and Peck. Arthur Kennedy has also received five nominations, but only one for best actor. In the supporting ranks, there have been four winners: Walter Brennan, with three Oscars, for Come And Get It (1936), Kentucky (1938), and The Westerner (1940); Anthony Quinn, two, for Viva Zapata (1952), and Lust For Life (1956); Peter Ustinov, two, for Spartacus (1960), and Topkapi (1964); and Shelley Winters, two, for The Diary Of Ann Frank (1959), and A Patch Of Blue (1965). Brennan, Arthur Kennedy and Claude Rains are tied for the most nominations (4); next in line are Charles Ccburn (who won for The More The Merrier, in 1943) and Charles Bick-ford, both with three. The'-ma Bitter ieads the ladies with six nominations. Ethel Barrymore is next with four nominations and one award, for None But The Lonely Heart (1944). Tied with three each are Celeste Holm, Agnes More-head, Anne Revere, and Claire Trevor. Helen Hayes is the only performer to win in both acting categories. She was named best actress of 1931-32 for The Sin Of Madelon Claudet, and the best supporting actress of 1970 for her role in Airport. Major nominees for this year's Oscars Hollywood's best known stars have been nominated for Oscars at this year's 45fh Annual Awards presentations to be telecast live Tuesday, March 27 at 8 p.m. on CBC-TV. Major nominees for the year (centre) Marlon Brando and James Caan, and (clockwise from upper left) Geraldine Page; Eddie Albert, Shelley Winters, Maggie Smith, Sir Laurence Olivier, Liza Minelli, Diana Ross, Michael Caine, and Peter OTooIe. RECORD OF THE WEEK SIMPSONS oears "DONT SHOOT ME" I'M ONLY THE PIANO PLAYER ELTON JOHN ___ MCA RECORDS Retard Dept. STORE HOURS: Open doily from �:30 a.m. to 530 p.m., Th wis. and Frt. until  p.m. Centre VtHave Mod. Telephone 32R-9231 ;