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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta C THE lETHBRlDGE HERAID Momlc.y, Aptil 3, 1972 >r sues Paramount YOIIK (Al'l Alllhor Truman I'ajwle IKIS filed suit for nssiinsl. Paramount Pictures lot .ilk'Scd brcadi of coiHrac't. Capole claims tint imclor a contract wilh the movie com- pany signed latt Sept. 21 lie was lo deliver a screen version of I1'. Scott Fitzgerald's Tile Crcat Uatsby to Paramount by Jan. 15. 'lie said he received SM.730 on Civil service emplovces dcl'v order ALOAXV. N Y. (Al'l 'Hie Civil Service Employees Asso- ciation ordered a strike today bv New Yoik state cm- ptcsyces, delving a comi order and a last-minute con- n-act oiler by the stale. Ticket lines were set up at E e v e r a I menial institutions acrrss the stale vhcn the strike began at midnight Friday nighl. Bin Che menial hygiene depart- ment reported that Iherc were no significant staff shortages re- forted at any ol its facilities Picket lines also appeared nt Attica slate prison ami prison guards on tile, night shift at El- miroi were ordered Id stay in the prison overnight. signing the contract and to receive :tn additional later. The suit said Cnjiotc had fin- ished ami delivered 00 jier rail ol the script before he fell ill on Jan. li. lie was confined to bed until Jan. IH. the suit says, but the. remainder of the script sent to Paramount Jan. 24. The author said lie was !n- formcd by Paramount after he recovered from liis illness that it was terminating the contract because of breach ol deadline, lie said Paramount (old him another author was hired to finish the scripl. LOS Cary Grant lias advanced a step his cffoiis to gain par- lial custody o[ MM six-year-old dnughlcr Jennifer .Superior Court Judge Jack T. ftyburn ruled Ivrc that Jen- nifer may stay in California wilh Grant next month while her mother, aclrcjs Dyan Can- non, makes a film in New York. The year-old tyrant has asked the court to award him jcint custody of Jennifer so that she may stay with him when Miss Cannon's film making duties lake her abroad. A hear- ing on the request lias been set for June 27. In the divorce four years ago, custody of Jennifer was lo Mtts Cannon on cou- dilion she not lake the child out of California. ATTACKI A REPORT ON MEN DRIVERS liobcl UBourdaii, all of (hem. Rrnd The left Turn Smasher, Glim Pujher, ond clhcr types this Scilurdtjy. IN YOUR IETHBR1DGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE PHILADELPHIA (AP) A federal appeals court has reaf- firmed the right of Yoko Ono, wife of former Eeallc John Lennon, lo lake custody of hei eight-year-old danehter by a previous marriage. In a ruling Thurday. the 3n' U.S. Circuit Court of AppcaL, upheld last October's ruling bj the U.S. dish-ict court in the Virgin Islands, which held in favor of Mrs. I-ennon in the cnslody dispute. The daughter, Kyoko, Is be- lieved in Vhe custody of lier father, Anthony Cox, who ob- tained a o.tvorce from Yoko Ono in early In ils ruling, the circuil courl rejected Cox's contention lha the lower court lacked juris diction ia awarding Sirs. Len non custody. I'oiicr. pay off TORONTO fCP) Viii- cent Lombard! of Toronlo gol hunself into Iroublc at a police slation Jan. 27 but it was Ihe police wlm had lo pay him off. Mr. Lombardi was in a loan company office when the staff was held up by a robber who got SI. 135. As a witness, lie was asked to 50 to the police headquarters to look at pic- tures of suspects. He sat on a chair. When he got up, part of his pants didn't. Police investigated and found the chair had a crack. Several tailors estimated Ihe damage and the police commission Thursday bought Mr. Lombardi a pair of pants. TOP MALE FIIM STARS George ScoM (top who won Hollywood's best- oclor slotuetle lost year, and four others, was nominated for the best ador Oscar lo be presented in April. Left lo right, lop: Topol, an Israeli acior uses no first name, for bis role in "Fiddler on the Scoll, nominated for "The and Poler Finch, "Sunday Bloody Sunday." Below: Gene Huckman, the cop in "The French Connec- and Walter Matlhau, nominated for "Kolch." Short Canadian criticism from newspaper inimul hearts for humans text on surgery horizon c" INKVA (Keutcrl dirts may be used for trans- .anting into lutnnms one; day. J'lic forecast was made hy a Catling American lienil special- t, Dr. Edward B. Slinson of ic DcHicsda Heart and Lung islHulc in Maryland, in the of- eiitl magazine of Ihe world Icnllh Organization. "The use of animal hearts ml other organs for biological cnlnccmcnl in humans looms n the surgical he lid. "Thus, Uie already apparent ogistk1 problems ol supply find G ma ncl of donor organs, which arc partially solved nay in future be relieved by using non-humaji species." Dr. Slinson forcast furthei strides in immunology ist on- ible recipients to loleralc Drafted tissue and the pioblc-ir >r the body rejecting alien tis- ;ue. Heart surgery has come of ajjc, he said. Today more Hum 30 persons will Tiinsplaulcd hearts are stil alive, The longest surviving pa jonts have lived three years willi llicir new hcnrls. Mcclinnicnl hpart.s, however, :iave not yet readied a stale wh en they en n use d for transplants. Al present, they are likely lo be helpful only for .cnipornry relief in a case of a icai-t failure which could cured liy other ineans- .Slinson said hopes raised by nicclKinical heart devices nave, proved unrealistic, altho- ugh a totally iniplaiilablc heart device might even- tually be achieved. Forl, A Foi-l. Simpson road sat FOBT ST. JOHN. B.C. North Peace MLA Kd Smilll says in Forl St. John, British Columbia, that construction will slart this year on a road between Fort Nelson and Fort Simpson. Mr. Smith said thai Premier Ber.ncll and B.C. Highways Minister Wesley Black have agreed lo fund the project, through provincial channels. The road, when completed, would provide a second major transportation link lo residents of Ihe western Northwest.Terri- tories. About M miles of the road arc inside B.C. Tile federal governmcnl has a 1 r e n d y started construction on the 120 miles inside. Ihe. Northwest Ter- ritories, hut abandoned it when B.C. did riot, proceed the I project. NEW YiIKK fCP) A ser- ies of short Canadian films being shown here has drawn criticism from Ihe New York Times. Some strange things happen on the way to a tough car. The Corona 2 litre .Some reasons why tlic Corona 2 lure Is so tough: Tnil body construction. 2 litre? oviThciid Ufl lip. engine. I [envy duly suspension. Heavy tluty battery starter motor. Heavy duly heater. Power assisted front disc brakes. And il comes with :ill its limirv cxinis nt no extra cost. TOYOTA Bill ToyJita cars arc sold and serviced from coast to coast ln_Canada.and_throughout.the world., IFTHBRIDGE ICARDSTON I MILK RIVER ITABER lMad36 Toyota Tel. 327-3165, 327-3711 I Box 760 Tel. 653.32J2J Box 299 Tel. 447-3838, Bo Capitals lutbUAY Five Nighls A Fye Openc-r Weff; World ul Efghl IrlS HalirJ WE HAVE THEM Sony 12" COtOR The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have got to see if to believe it! 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