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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ---------Wednoidoy, Moy 13, 1970 THE LETHDRIDGE HIRAID 7 The Broadway Beat Lauren Bacall Draws Rave Notices By WILLIAM GLOVER AIJ Drama Writer NEW YORK CAP) Lauren Bacall calls this surge of Broadway acclaim just a start, a comment both faintly echoing and loudly daring. Yet to know Miss Bacoll is to believe. "I feel for the first lime in my life that I'm accepted for the woman I am, the sultry-voiced, slcc-cyed star asserts. "It came at a time when I needed it. I earned it. And I intend to fight for it." Miss Bacall has ascended to queenly reign over the theatri- cal season by virtue of rave noliccs, subsequently certified with a Tony medallion, for her virtuoso vibrancy in the sellout musical Applause. And though she fervently speaks of fresh opportunity henceforth, a wary detach- ment from over-indulgence in adulation is evident. She re- members, particularly, those movie years after being dis- covered on the cover of a fashion magazine. "When you've been in the business for a while, you learn a good deal. I don't think that even after a lot of SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair TheaHe "HELL'S ANGELS '69" in color, starring Jeremy Slate and Tom Slern. Wednesday, May 13. Show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE DEVIL'S 8" in color, starring Christopher George, Fabian and Leslie Parrish. Wednesday, May 13. Show at p.m. Adult Not suitable for children. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SLAVES" in color, starring Stephen Boyd, Dionne War- wick and Ossie Davis. Wednesday and Thursday, May 13 and 14. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. Gel More Out oF Life Take Ihe Family to a Moviroposals then. Universities Commission Termed Government Arm EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Universities Commission has become an arm of govern- ment instead of a buffer be- tween government and univer- sities, Dr. Max Wyman, presi- dent of the University of Al- berta, said here. "1C Hie commission is to ade- quately represent higher educa- tion in Alberta it must develop a capable staff and become more oriented to the needs of universities." Dr. Wyman was presenting a brief by the university's gen- eral faculty council to a public hearing of Ihe Worth commis- sion on educational planning. "The universities' commis- sion. has no representation from the universities them- said Dr. Wyman. "What is required is a great- er involvement of the univer- sities in the commission." The brief said it is possible that university budgets will Great Saxophonist Dies NEW YORK (AP) Johnn Hodges, the alto saxophoni who was a mainstay with th Duke Ellington band for near: 40 years, died here after h collapsed in a dentist's office. Hodges, 63, was ranked as on of the great early soloists i jazz. With his slow melod: tone, he shaped his passages a style that was immediate recognizable by thousands of E lington fans. as he was pic named, was born in Cambridg Mass., July 25, 1906. He wa largely self-taught as a mus eian and received his first saxi phone from Sidney Bechet, ft legendary New Orleans J22 man. Hodges joined Ellington group in 1928 and was a Dow Beat poll winner in every yea Struck By Car On Highway HANNA (CP) Robert G Heuscher, 28, of Calgary die in hospital about 5ifc hours afte he was struck by a car whil hitch hiking on Highway 3 about 30 miles south of here. HCMP said the driver of th car drove Mr. Heuscher to hos pital in Hanna, about 120 mile northeast of Calgary. An inquest has been orderec MANY BATTLES More than 400 battles an skirmishes were fought in Ken tacky during the United State Civil War. Today's Showtimes CAPITOL- True Last complete PARAMOUNT Short Last complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Alice's Midnight One complete- GREEN ACRES DRJVE-IN- Eye For An One complete Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 Bth Avc. S.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) OLLEGE I NEMA COLLEGE MALL 318-6300 TONIGHT and THURS. One complete show at p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 2 DAYS "ALICE'S RESTAURANT" at p.m. "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" at p.m. WINNER OF THREE ACADEMY AWARDS i DUST1IM HOFFMAN VOIGHT "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" at p.m. COLORi, United Artists SECOND FEATURE I ARLO GUTHRIE RESTRICTED ADULT ALICE'S RESTAURANT" COLOR by Dctuio United Arlisli i ol p.m. from 1940 through 1949. Re- cently Hodges completed a long tour of the Far East with El- lington. He is survived by his wife, Ethel (Cue) Hedges, who collab- orated with him on some com- positions, and a son and a daughter. triple every five years and the people of Alberta must decide whether they will support lha goals set for universities by government. If support was lacking tho goals would have to be modi- fied by restricting enrolment, lowering educational standards, raising tuition fees or by some conbination of Uiese. The province must announcs a long-range financial plan for capital expenditures on univer- sities, said the brief. Then, ths universities commission, in co- operation with Lhc universities, must translate the financial plan into a long-range physical plan. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 Slh SI. 5. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lelhbridga ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. FAMILY STARTS FRIDAY the ruler ol the WALT DISHEY production' KIDS 50c ANYTIME PHONE 71100 HDflfCf I U REEN ACRES D KIV t' IN JUNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH-.CdUTIS'HIGHWAY TONIGHT and THURSDAY 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES GATES OPEN p.m. SHOW STARTS p.m. Between them thev held the strangest gun in the west! ANEBfE FORANEBfE HI EMBASSY PICTURES RELEASE w COLOR ROBERT IANSING GLORIA PETITT NO. 2 HIT 'ROBBERY7 STANLEY BAKER JOCYLENE SMITH TODAY and THURS. WINNER OF BEST ACTOR AWARD "JOHN WAYNE" in "TRUE GRIT" The strangest trio ever to track a killer. EJOHN siESBIiSMBP FAMILY WAYNE GLEN CAMPBELL KIM DARBY SECOND FEATURE BIO ONE WITH THE BIG TWOt TECHNICOLOR TONIGHT Und THURS. 2 Shows Nightly At And p.m. 8 the new freedom of the screen RESTRICTED is all about." ADUL' 0 s An lirgo Premier Production DONALD SUTHERLAND 3P ELLIOTT GOULD-TOM SKERRITT toStoti ffllttVH SHIi DU.'lll UMrmB'irai Color by WARNING 'Thli film contain! icquencei of gory surgical Optra- tions." COMING NEXT 7ABRISKI POINT7 ;