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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta No alimony follows Lawford divorce LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Film actor Peter Lawford, 51, was divorced Thursday by his 23-year-old wife Mary, daughter of Laugh In televi- sion comedian Dan Rowan. Miss Rowan, who filed on grounds of "irreconcilable dif- asked for no alimony and waived her rights to inherit from Lawford after his death. In a split of community property she was given their luxury automobile, their dou- ble bed and dishes and silverware which were wedding presents from her father. R.A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SulteB 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge LOS ANGELES (AP) William Conrad, the star of the Cannon detective series, will receive the 1974 Bambi Award as the most popular U.S. performer on German television, CBS said Thur- sday. The award to Cannon is given by the German televi- sion magazine Bild Und Funk. The Cannon series now is broadcast to 50 countries, CBS said. MESCHEDE, West Ger- many (AP) Concert pianist Branka Musulin, 54, a fre- quent performer in the United States, died of a heart attack New Year's Day, police said. She was stricken while swimming in ahotel pool in this central German resort town, police said. Monday, January 6, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Brando land gift has lien Tonight thru Saturday "Vic Nichol" at the Miners' 733-13th St. N. Members Invited Guests Only Kelowna native flays Canadian film label SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE MECHANIC" Starring Charles Bronson. Mon- day, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 6, 7, 8. Mon- day show at p.m. TABER Tower Theatre "SCREEMINQ TIGER" Starring Wang Yu. Monday, Tuesday, January 6, 7. Monday show at 8'15 p m ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "OUR TIME" Starring Pamela Sue Martin and Betsy Slade. in color. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 6, 7, 8. Monday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR'CHILDREN. By VICTOR STANTON Kitchener-Waterloo Record STRATFORD, Ont. (CP) In the view of film-maker Julius Kohanyi, there prob- ably has been too much con- cern in recent years in labell- ing films made in this country as "Canadian films." Mr.. Kohanyi, a native of Kelowna, B.C., brought up in Hungary and living in To- ronto, said in an interview at this year's Stratford Film Festival that "film is an in- ternational medium." "Any film that is a good film or a great film or a bad film is an international film. "When you get a film and it says Fellini Satyricon, it doesn't carry an Italian flag with it. It just carries the name Fellini. The same with (Ingmar) Bergman. A Berg- man film doesn't have a Swedish label." Over the last few months Mr. Kohanyi has been produc- ing a series called Sprockets for CBC-TV which, in his words, "pays homage to those people who choose this coun- try as their place of work." "They don't necessarily have to be identified as Cana- dians because their'films, if they're good enough, will go universal." Mr. Kohanyi himself ex- perienced the proof of this in November when a film of his was picked as one of the best in the 1974 Chicago Inter- national Film Festival. The film, called Games and presenting a look at the Royal Ontario Museum through the eyes of a boy who finds him- self locked inside the. building after everyone else has left, will be featured on Sprockets. Mr. Kohanyi, who is largely self-taught, has been making short films independently since I960, many reflecting his interest in art and 'pre- dominantly focusing on people and events within his home community. In Sprockets, which will be aired Thursdays at 10 p.m. for 26 weeks beginning Jan. 16, the emphasis is on work being done by independent film- makers, those who, as Mr. Kohanyi puts it, "don't have to pay homage to anyone." STARTING TONIGHT IN THE TAVERN "Tom Kurt" WITH RENO AT THE ALEC ARMS HOTEL U of L Student Union presents... West Coast (LA.) Jazz Rock Artist CHARLES ORENA IN CONCERT TUESDAY, JAN. 7 P.M. YATES MEMORIAL THEATRE Tickets: U of L Student Union, Leister's-, Kelly's, Ray's Recordland and Box Office. SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SKATING, SWIMMING AND MUSEUM Jin- Jin. Jm. Jin. Jin. Jan. Jin. 13 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults p.m. Public Swim Swim 9Wim (Adults only) Public Swim Swim (Adults only) Public Swim Swim Swim 'p.m. Swim (Adults only) p.m. STAN SIWIK bwim (Adults only) Swim (Adults only) p.m Moms a Tots (Only) Swim p.m. Public Swim Swim (Adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swim (Adults only) p.m. Public Swim Swimming Swim p.m. Family Swim Swim (Adults only) p.m, Public Swim p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Public Skate p.m. ADAMS PARK ICE Public Skating Skating Preschoolers Free Skating noon Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skate p.m. Family Skating CIVIC ICE Public Skating Skating Skate p.m. Public Skating SIR ALEXANDER GALT p.m. NOTE; There wifl be no Public Skating at the Henderson Park Centre Friday, January 10 from p.m. ant Saturday, January 11, 1975 from p.m. due to previous booking "They don't have to pay the price involved in having large companies or institutions fi- nancing the making of films, paying homage to whoever picks up the tab. They can do what they want to do. "They can probe into areas where it might be stinko as far as the commercial people go." The series of half-hour pro- grams "will feature the work of film-makers who are in- novative, emphasizing the ex- perimental and the with content ranging from the purely dramatic to the uncon- trived work of a couple of seven-and eight-year-olds. Many of the films will pro- vide a brief introduction to the film-makers themselves. (Mr. Kohanyi took advantage of the Stratford festival's in- novative "day with the Cana- dian-film-makers" to obtain brief film interviews with sev- eral of them.) The "austere" budget for the series has not enabled Mr. Kohanyi to commission the making of any new films, al- though some money has been available to help finish the odd film which he has deemed worthy of such aid. Mr. Kohanyi described the films to be featured on Spro- ckets as "the kind nobody wants to even initiate, nobody wants to see exist." The fact that these films will have a weekly showplace on national television may be the result of many things, he said. "I think it's because of flak. It's the politicians' way, or some other people's way, or the CBC's way to pay off the consistent crying of the out- side film-makers who say, 'I have a right to this little country too. I too pay taxes.' "People who have safe jobs like at the CBC and in gov- ernment places, they hate flak because they want to continue on in their sleepy way forever. Instead of moving over, they'll just hand out a little." But although the series "may have started out as a concession, I'm going to prove to them that we don't eat humble pie." "We're going to use this as a showcase to prove to who- ever thought otherwise that, yes, we can produce better, bigger and greater for a tenth of the money that they re- quire for their half-hour shows." Dancers Featured as a pro- duction number on the Tommy Hunter show, Jan. 10 at 9 p.m.. on CBC-TV are the Illarion Dance En- semble. They perform the Hopak, a traditional Ukrainian dance. In the centre is virtuoso fiddler Al Cherny who is a regular on the show and on this occasion plays Ukrainian music from his own past. LOS ANGELES (AP) A 40 acre parcel of land donated to American Indians by actor Marlon Brando has a lien against it, Bran- do's lawyer said at the weekend. The lawyer, Lawrence Kar- tigainer, confirmed a report by KABC-TV that the will have to be paid by Dec. The land is in Agoura, about 40 miles north of Los Angeles. "It's certainly anticipated and was anticipated at the time of the gift that arrangements would be made for the payment of the trust Kartigainer said. "It's safe to assume that the In- dians will not. be called upon to make the payment." Brando bought the land 10 years ago as a tax shelter, the television station said. He paid in prepaid interest on the loan, the report said, but nothing on the Soccer scores LONDON (CP) Results of Old Country-soccer games played Satur- day: ENGLISH LEAGUE FA CUP Third Hound Arsenal I York 1 Blackburn 1 Bristol R 2 Bolton 0 West Brom 0 Burnley 0 Wimbledon 1 Bury 2 Miilwall 2 Brighton 0 Leatherhead 1 Chelsea 3 Sheffield W 2 Coventry 2 Norwich 0 Everton I Altrincham 1 Ftllham 1 Hull 1 Leeds 4 Cardiff 1 Leicester 3 Oxford 1 Liverpool 2 Stoke 0 Lutbn 13 Birmingham I Man United 0 Walsall 0 Mansfield 1 Cambridge 0 Newcastle 2 Man City 0 Notts F 1 Tottenham 1 Oldham 0 Aston Villa 3 Orient 2 Derby 2 Peterborough 1 Tranmere 0 Plymouth 2 Blackpool 0 Preston 0 Carlisle 1 Sheffield 2 Bristol 0 Southampton 1 West Ham 2 2 Queen's PR 2 Stafford 0 Rotherham 0 Sunderland 2 Chesterfield 0 Swindon 2 Lincoln 0 Wolverhampton 1 Ipswich 2 Wycombe 0 Middlesbrough 0 SCOTTISH LEAGUE FA Cup Second Round Alloa I Albion 1 Cowdenbeath 0 Clydebank 2, E Stirling 2 St. Mirren 1 Forfar 2 Ross 3 Inverness Caley 2 Inverness Thistle 0 Inverness Clach 4 Stirling 3 Stranraer 2 Queen's Pk 4 Vale 0 Montrbse 12 Division I Clyde 3 Arbroath 1 Dundee 2 Dundee U 0 Duniermline 3 Dumbarton 0 Hibernian 2 Partick 2 Kilmarnock 1 Hearts 1 Morton 3 Airdrieonians 0 Motherwell 5 A I Rangers 3 Celtic 0 St. Johnstone 1 Aberdeen I Division II Brechin 3 Fife 2 Hamilton 1 Berwick 0 Stcnhousemuir 0 Falkirk 1 Raith 3 Meadowbank 1 IRISH LEAGUE Ards 3 Cliftonville 2 Ballymena 1 Bangor 2 Crusaders 2 Portadown 0 Glenavon 3 Distillery 3 Glentoran 3 Coleraine 1 Larne 0 Linfield 2 Division III Bournemouth 1 Huddersfield 1 Charlton 1 Wrexham 1 Colchester 0 Aldershot 0 Crystal P 2 Herford 2 'Watford 3 Grimsby 2 NIKANDRE ENTERPRISES Presents 3 GREAT GROUPS TOM NORTHCOTT ORIGINAL CASTE MASTERS OF THE AIRWAVES SATURDAY, JAN. to 12 Midnight CANADA WINTER GAMES SPORTSPLEX Tickets and Advance at the Box Office, Sportsplex. Elizabeth Taylor discharged LOS ANGELES (AP) Ac- tress Elizabeth Taylor has been discharged from Mt. Sinai Hospital after undergo- ing treatment to relieve pain for a chronic back condition, a hospital spokesman said. The spokesman said Miss Taylor, 42, underwent special procedures and tests, including an epidoral block. The latter process is used to dull sensitivity in a nerve and reduce pain.. The actress entered the hospital New Year's Day and was reported in good spirits after discharge late last week. She is due to be in the Soviet Union later this month to begin work on a starring role in a movie. The Bluebird. 000 loan principal. The interest was tax deductible. Brando turned over a quit claim deed and a letter per- manently renouncing all rights to the property to In- dian representatives last Mon- day. The deed was registered Friday with the Los Angeles County recorder's office, which means the Indians own the land and the mortgage. The note on the land is own- ed jointly by John Hamilton, a Los Angeles builder, his sister, Janet and brother, James Hamilton. In an interview, John Hamilton said the principal must be paid in full by Dec. or the land will be repossessed.. A spokesman for the Sur- vival of American Indians Association, reached in Tacoma, Wash., said the In- dians were aware of the mortgage note when the gift was made and they believed the money would be donated, although they did not know by whom, KABC said. PIPES FOR EXPORT TOKYO (AFP) Japan will export tons of pipes, worth million, for transporting crude oil to Iraq under an agreement signed between a consortium of Japanese steelmakers and Iraq National Oil Co. paramount NOW SHOWING Diily at ind p.m. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects: AIRPORT 75: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects: TAMARIND SEED: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects: RETURN OF DRAGON: LAST COMPLETE SHOW: RESTRICTED ADULT NOW SHOWING Daily it ind p.m. ADULTl Blake Eouiards film Julie Omar Andreas Sharif second quarter millionaire BUY YOUR TICKETS AT ALL ALBERTA TREASURY BRANCHES THE WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY More than in total prizes! 1908 lucky people wil win! Ticket sales close January 15th, 1975 Preliminary Draw January 31st. 1975 TONITE TUES. Diilyil md p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Brace LOT'S wi new Adventures as me Super Hero from Inter The Bmcc Uc Return of The Dragon J h'T. 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