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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Grant resolves dispute over custody, support LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Film actor dry Grant, (7, re- portal to Superior Court that he beg ntolvM longstanding ar- gument with Mi former wife, Dyan CSDDOD, over cus- DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC HOES A. HOSACK CtrHflid Dtnlol Mechanic MI. tody and support of child Jennifer, 9. Superior Ooort offleWi nld Thursday mat Judge William Hogaboom has ordered a com- plaint by Grant bia tor- met wife taken off toe court calendar. Grant bad complained tha Miss Cannon had planned to take Jennifer out of California in defiance of a court order. Re ate asked ttat be ex- cused from paying month ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 14 GAMES JACKPOT IN 59 NUMBERS BONUS JACKPOT IN 54 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWIDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE, SAT., JAN. 15-CLIFPS COMBO CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. AND 13th STREET NORTH Weekend Entertainment IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" Members and Invited Guettt COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE GENEVIEVE E. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE January 12, 1971 Booking! for the Centre will be accepted from the Community Services Department at 328-6116 between the hours of a.m. p.m. Monday through Friday. The Centre will generally be open for the purpose of producing and rehearsing between the houn of p.m. p.m. as required. Arrangements for tours of the facility and extended hours of operation can be made from the Community Services Department two weeks prior to the planned event. R. M. BARTLETT, Community Services Director, City of 1 OPIN SATURDAY Don't FIDDLE AROUND figuring your own INCOME TAX hurt, your ImproUim... A on it DONI NOWI M WnWUIt D M tit It don h M MTMMM V im IT TO HOCK. W.TI foil, M Inr t'i MMi to poa 3d Kxbyl OUAIANIII1_______________ Wl tnrinli. mnr If onr tmn Hut CM yw mr I Canada's largut Tax S.rvlt. With Ovtr 1000 OfflcM In 815 THIRDAVE. SOUTH 9-9 Wtekdavs, 9-5 Saturday 3J7J7U NO APPOINTMINT NICIIUKY supply payment when Jennifer ta In fall care. Grant's lawyer, Harry Fain, told the court Gnat now is sat- isfied Mia Cannon Intends Teacher jailed hi drug case EDMONTON (CP) Omaya Al Kanny, 29, of Edmonton high school teacher was con- victed In Alberta Supreme Court of importing narcotics into Canada and sentenced to seven years to penitentiary. Al Kanny was arrested last Aug. 4 after a customs March at the Edmonton International airport found four bricks of hashish inside a hassock includ- ed in hi< baggage. Police esti- mated the street value of the hashish at Mr. Justice Peter Greschuk said he didn't believe Al Karmy's explanation that be had received the hassock from a friend in Jordan and did not know the hashish was inside. lo remain In California and tho they can aettle me Mpport quet- loo amicably between them. Grant married Mits Cannon hu fourth wife, in IMS and they were divorced in 1961. Misi Cannon retained custody of Jen- nifer, Grant's only child, but the girl was allowed to stay with her fatner on holidays apeotfied by the court. HpIiYWOOD CAP) Toe Motion Picture Academy will honor Charles Chaplin with an honorary Oscar, and the 82 year-old movie great Is ei- peeled to make his first trip to the United States in 20 yean to pick up tbe statuette m person. Daniel Taradash, academy president, said Chaplin, who lives in Switzerland, has ac- cepted an invitation to fly to Hollywood for the April 10 cere- monies at the Los Angeles Music Centre. The award, voted by tbe acad- emy's board of governors, cites Chaplin for "He incalculable ef- fect he has had in making mo- tion pictures tbe art form of this country." German Canadian Club 6th STREET and 9th AVENUE NORTH REGULAR DANCE SATURDAY, JANUARY 15TH P.M. Music by "JACK BLECH" MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS OUR ANNUAL MASQUERADE DANCE WILL BE HELD SAT., FEB. 12th UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 teaton) Dale Reubart (piano) Yatei Memorial Centre January 19, 1972 8.30 p.m. Admltiion: Adulti S2.00 Student! Tlckttii Minlc Switchboard Unlvtnlty Campin Switchboard Operator Univenity fail Campui SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Moyfoir Theatre "CROMWELL" In Technicolor. Starring Richard Harris and Alec Guineas. Saturday, January 15. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BIG JAKE" In Technicolor. Starring John Wayne and Richard Bowie. Saturday, January 15. Show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE-Cinema Theatre "THE OBLONG BOX" In color. Starring Vincent Price and Fabian. Saturday and Sunday, January 15 and 1C. Show time each night p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "KING OF THE GRIZZLIES" In Techni- color. A wildlife feature. Saturday, January 15. Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, January 16. Show time p.m. "THE BROTHER- HOOD OF SATAN" In color. Adult-Not suitable tor children. TABER Tower Theatre 'JOE" In color. Starring Peter Boyle and Dennis Pat- rick. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, January 15, 17 and 18. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. fotvrdiy, January II, 1971 THI UTHUIDOI HMA1B 7 RICKIES IS BACK Comedian Don Rlcklet retumi to o regular television ipot in the Don Ricklei Show, tickles, ihown above with Louise Sorel who plays his wife, Barbara, portrays an advertising executive and family man. He previously was the host of o TV variety show. Parking meters run taster during severe weather WTNKIPEG (CP) Win- nipeg's parking meters dieat the customers Then the temperature drops. Louis Bjore, parking meter foreman, Bays studies by his department show the meters run one or two min- utes fast in the space of an bmr during severe cold. Since the tuning devices are set to run two minutes over the hour before tbe vio- latreo Hag' pops up, not many motorists get short- changed. But a traffic de- partment spokesman says Arson charge bearing set RED DEER (CP) Ronald Bruce Johanson, 29, of Red Deer, was charged with arson In the setting of 21 hay and straw fires in the dirtrlct be- tween Sept. 4 and Sept Z4 last rear. He pleaded not guilty and preliminary hearing was set for Feb. II. parking commissionaires have been told to give "at least two minutes' leeway" until It gets warmer. Prime Minister's Dinner gauge of popularity TORONTO (CP) Liberal party officials said today the annual Prime Minister's dinner here March 1 could be a gauge of Prime Minister Pierre Tru- deau's popularity in an election year. "Everyone Is going to be look- Ing at the attendance this said a party official, "but we're confident we can match last year's turnout." More than persons at- tended last yeaf s fund-raising event, sponsored by the Toronto and District Liberal Association. PARAMOUNT "High, Wild and One complete show Short Subjects "Skin Game" Last Complete Show Sunday Short subjects "Skin Game" One complete show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Cany On Again Doctor" Last Complete Show Sunday Short subjects "Carry On One complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects- "Something Big" Last Complete Show Sunday "Down So Long" "Let's Scare Jessica" One complete show Moke this Sunday an experience in Gourmet Dining at the El Rancho Motor Hotel! SUNDAY BRUNCH SERVED 11 a.m. lo 2 p.m. Chaict of Hot Cakts, Ham, Sausagos or lacon and lovongo. 1.35 AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT IOOK IARIY1 AAQTQft HOTEL PHONE 327-S701 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE Make buslnen a pleasure Our Business Men's LunchMn sorvid Monday to Friday a.m. lo 2 p.m. CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baktr Earl Collins-John Ttnnnnt Frank Day-Mikt Schmidt Jack Bunning Film TRANSPLANT Tto tint succeatful transplant of an internal kidney place more than U years ago. FUR RETURN Trappers m North Bar, Out., area harvested approxi- mately worm of fur Lift YOUI PHILIPS DIALER WITH SERVICE SCI THI MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A I" If' C RADIO AND TV M 102 13th IT. N. MINUS ONE CLUB WILL HOLD A SAT., JAN. 15th 9 p.m. lo I a.m. POLISH HALL 12th Street North Muiic by 1HI WfSTERNERS MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME! DANCE MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FOR THE OLDER GROUP TONIGHT FEATURING "VIBRATIONS" AND APPEARING IN THE Lounge "WOLSEY GREG" Tavern "ANYTHING GOES" 1ta E1 Entrance) Motor Holtl li p.m. la 1 a.m. new llcinied lo ..rv. liquor in REFRESHMENTS COLLEGE STARTS SUNDAY ONE SHOW AT t P.M. Fgnmoait Pieties Piesett I Bate B. In, Jr. Praklioo. "LeftScttre Jessica M Barton Heyma Kevin O'Connor Gieichen Corbet Alan Item HIT "BEEN DOWN SO LONG IT NO i LOOKS LIKE UP TO ME" ADULT PARAMOUNT TONIGHT thru TUES. at and p.m. Showing Sunday at p.m. James Garner .Ski FOR LAUGHTER! ODD PATIENTS, CUTE PARAMOUNT TONIGHT thru TUES. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. at and p.m. ADULT Last Times Tonight Tonight ot ond p.m. DEAN MARTIN BUAN KEITH "something big" CJOC PRESENTS ONE OP CANADA'S TOP GROUPS FROM TORONTO LIGHT HOUSE Ft SKIP NOKOP MUL HOFFIRT KIITH JOILIMORI HOWARD 1HOM LARRY SMITH 10UIR TACKMIN DON DINOVA MIKI MALOWI 101 MclRIDI DICK ARMIN RAIPH COU SUNDAY, JAN. 16th P.M. DOORS OPEN P.M. Exhibition Pnvillion Advance Available Al Mutlcland Marcel's Smeknhop leister's Tlckiti Available at the Door ;