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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta _ PACE 7 Silver anniversary this year Some of top never won an Emmy LOS ANGELES (AP) Shir- ley Dinsdale received the first Emmy award as outstanding television personality. Her award was one of six Emmys handed out here Jan. 25, 1949, amid little fanfare. Twenty-five years later, the silver adversary Emmys will be presented amid much fan- fare and on ABC television Sun- day, May 20. For the first time, the entertainment and news Emmys will be presented in separate telecasts. The news Emmys will be awarded Tues- day, May 22, on CBS. As many as 56 Emmys could be awarded on the entertain- ment than were handed out in the first four years. Miss Dinsdale, a 20-year-old ventriloquist with a dummy named Splinters, beat Mike Sto- key for the first Emmy. But Stokey's show, Pantomime Quiz Time, was named most popular program. A special Emmy went to Louis McManus for his design of the winged Emmy statuette. Harry R. Lubcke, then presi- dent of the Academy of Tele- vision Arts and Sciences, picked the name, derived from NEED A PRESCRIPTION? WE OFFER PROMPT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 7 DAYS A WEEK! Cards Accepted! "The People's Drug Store" 419 13th St. N. Ph. 327-3445 Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 9 jargon for an image orlhicon camera tube. FEW AT START For the first few years, the awards were few and direct- such as best live show, best ki- nescope went to West Coast local stations. By 1951 the .networks had taken over completely as tele- vision became a national me- dium. The top personalities, as re- flected by the Emmys, were Ed Wynn, Milton Berle, Gertrude Berg, Alan Young, Groucho Marx, Red Skelton, Sid Caesar, SERIES HOST Leslie Nielsen, familiar to Canadian television viewers for more than two decades, will act as host for Tom Brown's Schooldays, which made its dchut on the CBC-TV net-- work last Sunday. Filmed in nineteenth century costume, and at appropriate sellings for each of the five episodes, Nielsen will background the historical significance of Ihe programs. The scries is based on the classic novel by Thomas Hughes which was written in 1857. For The Fishing and Boating Enthusiast YAMAHA OUTBOARD MOTORS NEW Colourful and Dependable, Precision Engineered. Available from 2 to 25 h.p. See Them At YAMAHA CYCLE LTD. 1519 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-6977 Imogene Coca, Jimmy Durante, Lucille Ball, Edward R. Mur- row and Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. In the early 1950s, live dra- matic programming began to appear and the awards struc- ture was expanded to include them. Action-adventure made its en- try in 1952 with a win for Drag- net. Some personalities were con- sistent winners. Art Carney, Perry Como, Don Knotts, Rod Serling and Dinah Shore, for in- stance, won five Emmys each. Lucille Ball won four. TOP SHOWS IGNORED Some of the best and most popular performers on tele- vision never won an award. Ed Sullivan, who presided over his own variety show for 22 years, never got an Emmy until he was voted a Trustees Award in 1971. By then his show had been cancelled. A history of the television me- dium could be constructed from the list of those who've never won. Among them: Johny Car- son, Jack Paar, Judy Garland, Arlene Francis, Steve Allen, Ar- thur Godfrey, Jackie Gleason, James Arness, David Janssen, Ben Gazara, Peter Graves, Richard Boone, James Garner, Jack Lord, Mike Connors and Efrem Zimbalist Jr. The three stars of Bonanza, Lome Greene, Dan Blocker and Michael Landon, never got as much as a nod from the nomi- nating committee during their show's long reign. Bonanza never got an award, nor did many of the most popu- lar shows. Among them: Naked City, Ben Casey, Route 66, Star Trek, Dr. Kildare, Hawaii Five- O, Mannix, Ironside, or The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Quality control You won't have many problems if northAmcnOiin moves you. Our Qu.thty Control programs prevent most of them. But if somfflhmg docs h.ippen, you've got recourse. You'll have a phone number to call. Anil ,nn influential man in Qunlily Control to talk to. He'll gel the wold to the right people, and your problem wilj be taken cart; of. norlliAinnIran's Quality Control Dcpailmrnt has the muscle to things clone. Think of it as friciul 111 high MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" 640 6th ST. S. Phone 327-3146 Friday, Mcsy 25 Q Let's Make a Deal t (0 Movie: St. Valentine's Day Massacre 0 Another World ID General Hospital O Hollywood's Talking 0 Klara's Korner ID One Life to Live O Secret Storm O Galloping Gourmet fD Our Lives O Ed Allen C3 Somerset GO Dinah's Place 0 Mike Douglas (23 Take 39 ID Three on a MatCi. O Another World O Edge of Night CD It's Up to You (D Dating Game G) Split Second IB Anything You Can Do Q Joker's Wild Q Family Court C7) Drop In 0 News 01 Bewitched Q) Buckshot O Pentecost Easier Special Q Hollywood Squares 0 News [D Password 0 News CS News (D News (J3) News Q Hee Haw CD News O Movie: Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation CB Beat the Clock (D Truth or Consequences Brady Bunch ID Brady Bunch Q Sanford and Son CD Sonny and Cher fD Partridge Family O All in The Family CD Room 222 O MASH 0 Carol Burnett CD Odd Couple CD Movie: Kung Fu O All in the Family CD Love American Style 0 Medical Centre O Tommy Hunter ft, FBI (g) News O Dean Martin QD News 0 Tonight Show ID Movie: McClintock fa News CD News C7) C.TOC News CD News O Crossfire (D Double Feature: 1. Bonnie Prince Charlie Two for the Road Q Movie: Lisa XX 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY III 4 DR. Green with black vinyl roof. 360, R. 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