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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Wednesday, October 9, 1974 Household name in early '60s Academy honors Goldwyn __ LOS ANGELES (AP) The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will honor a famous Hollywood producer. It announced here that the theatre in its new headquar- ters will be named in honor of the late producer Samuel Goldwyn. In appreciation-, the Goidwyn Foundation will donate to the academy foundation, said Samuel Goldwyn Jr. Other details on the theatre will be announced at a later date. Former actor making comeback BRUCE PLAUSTEINER Wishes to announce the Opening of Lethbridge's newest Optical Dispensary, effective October 15, 1974 PROFESSIONAL OPTICAL LTD. 303 5th St. South Phone 327-7704 Specializing in: CONTACT LENSES Ask about system 2000 Computer fitted contact lenses New concepts i n SOF lenses EYE GLASS WEAR Exciting fashion from around the world such names as Christian Dior, Silhouette, Viennaline and Metzler Remember... for the finest in quality and service it's PROFESSIONAL OPTICAL LTD. 303 5th St. South, Downtown Lethbridge By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) He was one of the phenomena of the early '60s. He had the girls swooning, or whatever they did then, and his was a household name. But it didn't last and he drifted away from Hollywood. Today, at 36 (or maybe 38, depending on what biography you Troy Donahue is back in town. "My he says, "is to become what I was becoming." He looks like he has the raw material to make it, now. The boyish good looks are still there, with a dollop of addeti maturity that perhaps only intensifies his appeal. There is a look of sophistica- tion in his eyes, too, that wasn't there before. It speaks of a life that has been led, of sorrows, of ordeals. And, moreover, Troy Donahue has a few years of acting ex- perience behind him now. It's sort of a comeback, although he never was really away from acting. In the late '60's, his contract with Warner Bros, behind him, he was broke, in debt, sick and discouraged. He and his third wife (Alma Sharpe) went to New York. He did some acting, but really was growing up. He did a few plays and enough TV and radio commer- cials to support himself. He grew a beard, which made him impossible to recognize. He got interested in politics. He was away from Hollywood, land of his triumphs, for four bitter years. And then, one day, he got a call from Francis Ford Coppola. They weren't exactly old friends. Coppola, the man who directed "The had gone- to New York Military Academy two years after Donahue then Merle Johnson had entered. Donahue was the big foot- ball hero on campus. With his natural good looks, he was the envy of all the others. He en- joyed military academy life. "I spent all my time getting in he says. "I tried to jump six feet and run the ball the length of the field without getting tackled. I was also the dumbest guy in the school." Private Instructions SPECIALIZED COURSES IN Kung-Fu Swords double Advanced Weapons swords training Knives, Quan-do Nunchukas Snake spear (Plut more-for information call) ORR KARATE KUNG-FU STUDIOS 258A 13th St. N. Phone 328-1241 TROY DONAHUE BACK IN HOLLYWOOD Donahue was in the class of '54. Coppola, in the class of '56, was there on a music scholarship, playing his tuba in the NYMA band. "We knew each Donahue says, "but that's all. ORANGE CRYSTALS PANCAKE SYRUP FOOD VALUES PIE FILLING NABOB Regular or fine 2 Ib. pkg. MARGARINE Village brand. Lb. Pkg. CHEESE SLICES COFFEE INSTANT NABOB 10oz.jar INSTANT NABOB 6 oz. jar NABOB TEAM COFFEE CREAMER 11 oz. BABY CHEESE ROLLS LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. Regular size Bath Pkg. of 4 PEANUT BUTTER GINGERALE Purity or Jamacia Quart Plus FOODS PEAS Frazer Vale. 2lb.pkg. GREEN BEANS Frazer Vaie. 2lb. pkg. ICE CREAM Meadow Gold 3 pint carton TOMATO SOUP PANCAKE SYRUP LUX Liquid detergent. 24 oz. SUNLIGHT Powder detergent. Boban100% Colombian Coffee 1lb.tin CRYSTALS BEEF SAUSAGE flQo BurnsLb Uv HAMS Bums (Ready to whole, hahres or Lb TURKEYS (6-16 Lb. GROUND BEEF fit Regular fresh quality. Lb...................... %rir% RIB ROAST Prime rib Grade 'A' beef. Lb. YAMS California Canada No. 1. Lb. CRANBERRIES Spray A 00 JUMBO ONIONS