Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on December 6, 1973 · Page 27
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t y ir',7''' rrr'T'r Pre-Marriage Pacts Invalid SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A spouse is entitled to support from his or her partner regard-ess of premarital agreements, the state Supreme Court has ruled. i The decision in a Santa Barbara County case Wednesday held that a pre-marriage agreement is invalid once two parties enter into a marriage contract and cannot affect any support award after dissolution. The case involved Lolita A.-Higgason, 73. identified as an Armour heiress, and William H. Higgason. 48. who were married in 1969 and divorced in 1971. The unanimous decision noted that shortly before the marriage each waived any interest in the other's property or estate or in the right to support. The high court ruled this agreement was invalidated by the marriage contract. Higgason, a waiter when they married, became seriously ill 1 w Seascape 610 Clubhouse Dr. Rio Del Mar Now featuring "THE KAY MANN TRIO" 7 Nite A Week For Your Dining & Dancing Pleasure Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Served Every Day. Including Our Famous Dinner Buffet at Reasonable Prices. DINNERS -Serving Weekdays 5:30- 10p.m. Sat. & Sun. 5:30 10:30 p.m. For Reservations 688-3213 lunfikon fashion show . . . Fridays 12:30-1:30 p.m. c. li AM. 2P.M. Every Friday 1602 Ocean St. 423.5747 Kung Fu started in China many years ago as a means of exercise, mental control, and self-defense. Now you, too, can study Chinese Kenpo Kung Fu and Karate in a modern studio from certified instructors. Clasi.f for M.n, Woman and Chlldnn Spaclal classes far woman in saiMalansa Wu Shodan Karate Studio is proud to announce the opening off one of its newest studios in Santa Cruz at 15 1 5 Mission St., Near Day St. GRAND OPENING A FREE DEMONSTRATION "" FRIDAY, DEC. 7 at 7 p.m. at 1515 MISSION ST. Kung Fu, Karate and weapons will be demonstrated Also anyone present at the demonstration shell receive a free past for an introductory lesson at no obligation. OR stop by any of the following Studios and get a Free-Pass for an introductory lesson. HOURS - Mon. - Fri. Noon to 10 P.M. Sat. 10-4 Shodon lardofle Sfludios 1315MIlon St. (Hoar Bay St.) 427-2791 1 jm M lmf and incurred large medical expenses. Mrs. Higgason, who was declared an incompetent person in 1969. had her husband moved out of the house in March of 1971 and filed for dissolution. The husband asked for support. Superior Court Judge John Westwick granted the divorce, but said he did not have the authority to award any support payments. Higgason appealed and the California Supreme Court sent the case back to the lower court judge to award support if circumstances merit it. Civil Rights WASHINGTON (AP) Arthur S. Flemming, former cabinet officer and university president, has been nominated by President Nixon to head the Commission on Civil Rights. Golf Lodge call th latatt in fachinnc - shown bv best . . . relax & enjoy the show. - f thru the holiday season!. Remember: Colonial Inn for Prompt Service & delicious inexpensive lunches! On the nite scene, Colonial Inn presents: the "NIGHT PEOPLE" Every Nite, except Sun. & Mon. Be sure to see this TOTAL Musical Croup, playing all your favorites, lite' or heavy! also fpaci'oliia in f aeching children Soif-tonfidonto ana Sott-eotoma. 1226 Sequel Ave. (NaafSoabright) 426-880O - -m A M. A A m jt Am, Astronauts9 Health Excellent SPACE CENTER, Houston ( AP) The Skylab 3 astronauts are in excellent health and nearing peak "work efficiency after three weeks in space, the crew physician reports. Dr. Jerry Hordinsky says he sees no present medical reason that would prevent Gerald P. Carr, William R. Pogue and Edward G. Gibson from completing their record JMJay space mission. "They're adjusting well to weightlessness and they are in excellent health, both mentally and physically." Hordinsky told newsmen late Wednesday. Hordinsky monitors medical data, from the space station and holds' a medical conference by radio with the astronauts each night. Hordinsky said the astronauts have not settled into a pattern of work efficiency as rapidlyasthe Skylab 1 and 2 crews did. He blames this on a heavy work load and a lot of repair jobs in the first 10 days of the flight. "They got behind schedule early and became frustrated and irritable at times," he said. "But with that period behind them, they're climbing upon the proficiency curve." A full day of experiments was on schedule for the space travelers today, although an earth resources pass over the United States had to be deleted because of bad weather over many of the targets. Also on tap was more viewing of the comet Kohoutek as it speeds toward a Dec. 28 swing around the sun. They conducted the first ex- tensive observation of the comet Wednesday with came r a s and electronic instruments. Hopefully, the data will reveal much about the composition of Kohoutek. mm DREAM INN SHOP WottonvWe 1 260 No. Main (To mn 4 County Shopping Confer) 722.9515 ,mAklA.AAAAAm.mlA.A. A Tree In While landscapers and yard -owners may be faced with just the opposite problem, Mrs. Joe M. Nail found herself with a nine - foot tree in her "bug." A con BYU Warns About Dress PROVO. Utah (AP) Brig-ham Young University says students who violate dress and grooming standards will not be allowed to take final examinations and could receive a failing grade. BYU President Jallin H. Oaks authorized the action Wednesday in a letter to faculty members. "There are too many violations of general grubbiness, mustaches below the comers of the mouth, sideburns of excessive length, mini-skirts, and other immodest apparel," he said. "But the primary violations are young women wearing jeans on campus and young men with hair length over their ears and shirt collars." When they apply for admission to Brigham Young, operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), students must promise to obey dress and grooming standards. The Mormon Church educational system states. "The attire and grooming of both men and ooooo- oooocr Id I M o 3rd week of the world's most delicious Grand Opening 1 uy We'll give you 4 the purchase off 24 am. e. t n Have a parfait party during the 3rd week of the world's most delicious Grand Opening. We'll give you four plastic parfait cups and spoons and (the recipe) when you buy 24 ounces of any of our 31 wonderful flavors of ice cream. Yummy! OHer good at this jtor. only. BASKIN-ROBBINS ICE 1601 41 st Avenue Capifola f Boikin-Robbint. Inc. 1973 Printed in FilULi u nELumfln ny.nn.nE Bl If CI B)AI ' JW a-- m u AufVh Amuutr jj 9IIVIIWWHH A AA.AAA Her Bug vertible top eased the situation somewhat but Mrs. Nail had better hope for gentle turns and high bridges. ( AP Wirephoto) Students Violations women should always be neat and clean." For women: "Dresses, sweaters, blouses with skirts, slacks or modest pants suits, not to include Levis, are the only acceptable women's wear for attendance at classes. Women's hemlines are to be of modest length." For men: "Slacks, polished cottons, or Levis with sweaters, sports shirts, ties, sport coats and blazers. Beards are not acceptable, mustaches are not encouraged, but if worn should be trimmed above the comers of the mouth. Long or bushy sideburns are not acceptable. Hair must be styled so that it does not cover the ears and must be above the collar in the back." Indictments STOCKTON (AP) - Two inmates of the Deuel Vocational Institution were indicted by a San Joaquin County grand jilry in connection with the Nov. 27 stabbing death of a guard DALLROOM DANCING CPDES HALL -216 Evergreen St. SATURDAY, DEC 8 From 9 p.m.-1 a.m. Music By Jimmy Dal Porto -PUDLIC WELCOME- Semi-, Formal Dress Donation $1.50 KJ parfait cups with ounces of ice cream. Thurs., Dec. 6 thru Wed Dec 12 CREAM STORES U S A. TAI I;; BCP Production ttfwr et C S-0tk'nf COffy In Coto rsPLUS(PO).W" A nikimD inuurn'7 & TIMES: "TAIL" a Tim fOKXEt" 9: JkAAAJkl Thursday, December 6, 1973 Santa Cruz Sentinel 27 MGM Opens Grand Hotel . LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-Energy-saving rules were ignored for the evening as a glamor-studded audience attended the official opening of the MGM Grand Hotel, a $106 million project billed as the world's largest resort spa. A myriad of lights shone brightly Wednesday, as a crowd of many hundred onlookers spotted such Hollywood stars as George Raft, Fred MacMurray, Jane Powell, Barbara Eden and Howard Keel drive up in vintage automobiles. The movie theme was retained for the symbolic opening in which a ribbon of film was cut with a "clacker." used in the film industry to identify the scene being filmed. Inside the 2.100-room edifice, which had quietly opened for business a day earlier, another huge crowd ignored the outdoor festivities, intent only on the click of the dice and the whirr of 923 slot machines. Even as the ribbon was cut. workmen continued to put finishing touches to the hotel-casino. One of them was busily completing the name ''Dean Martin" on the hotel's huge sign. The singer opened a 13day stand at the hotel. The MGM Grand, which will have two major showrooms, three lounge rooms and a 300-seat motion picture theater, represents a major shift in emphasis for the movie-making BRING YOUR DE5T GAL TO US VE'LL FEED HER RIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT 4:00.8:30 SHRIMP & LOBSTER NEWBURG ROAST BEEF AU JUS DEEP FRIED FISH FILETS PIZZA, FRIED CHICKEN CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE I ALL YOU V WANT j 7iroci:v sr. 2 Hitlllirul Thrillers "STATE OF SIICI " -C- Once Sightly 9:45 "Z" -PC- Oncv MtfhlU 7:iiU dJlp ENDS SATURDAY Boy, Hava wa got a vacation for you . . ...Where nothing can possibly go wor- "9-m with YUl BRYNNER RICHARD BENJAMIN & JAMES BROUN PLUS . Charlton Heston in I ' rfiwuiic nuu ii ... I II MMwwmm tif itJi- 1 41 f II Gold r 7:00 lO:l 5 ; -.TT.. I d0i l "West World" 7 & 10 Sew 0,h " " 5.!o?Y Jk Wmne ' "Soylent" 8:25 OMLT . ioth "" fS23Si ' rTlWiSim 1 1 WinterDreams tTO.WlLRirSSfit i l-!Jj5 Plut "10VI 4 PAIN & m r r m mm m I I M w . k p .mm uu ikssj; a m .... r ..."..-k company, which has been divesting itself in recent months of its studio lots and film distribution facilities. MGM intends to make only a few movies each year from now on. Spokesmen for other hotels in this Western tourist center, 'All You Can Eat' For $4.50 A Day KELLOGG. Idaho (AP) Despite rising food prices, miners can still get "all you want to eat" for S4.50 a day at Pat's Boarding House. The house is operating at full capacity again and Mrs. Ira Tatham. the operator, says the promise of all you can eat is almost correct. "Because of the high prices of steak, there is a limit of one steak per person per meal." she said Wednesday. "I give them mostly roast beef, roast pork, ham. turkey, chicken, potatoes and hash that's what we're going to have today." Two roomers have been with Pat's since 1952. They lived cheaply then. "In those days, a man could eat for $3 to $3.50." Mrs. Tatham said. The boarding house was built during World War II by The Bunker Hill Co., the Coeur d'Alene Mining District's larg- OVER 40 GREAT ITEMS HELP YOURSELF LUNCH M0H.-SAT. 1.59 FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Agr Admit'ed PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Materiel May Not Be 5uitob!e for Pre-Tenogers PG ristrichd Parent or Adult Guardian R NO ONf UNDII 1 1 1DMITTI0 (Ag. limit may vory In certain areas) - 8MPAA OPEN 6:45 Fllmad In San Jota FREE SUNDAES 1 Sf dinner p 3rd MONTH II E 8:40 Only (PG) 11 f - W E ..CH plAM$ . . ; H 7:15 -9:30 JL DRIFTEg" (tj M m9 m arlcalay, ledl "STEEL ARENA" ONCE 8:30 And "WRESTLING QUEEN" 7:00 10:13 Both "PG - W AT Am. ..mmmmm mmmW mm mmmWmm. mm Jmm ' ' ' m ' 1 : ' A. which already has more than 26.000 hotel and motel rooms, welcomed the opening of their newest competitor. The ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday was the start of a month-long round of parties to mark the opening of the hotel. est employer. For many years most rooms were filled. Two years ago, when metal prices were low. miners scarce and profits slim, it had only five roomers and nine boarders. Now Pat's Boarding House has 27 roomers and 55 boarders and the company has a workforce of 1.940 mining and processing lead.silver.and zinc' "I raised the price of meals 25 cents just recently," said Mrs. Tatham. "It was the first increase since 1971. Maybe I should have raised it more. Miners are a hungry lot." CO-FEATURE GRIMM'S FAIRYTALES" (X) CHEERLEADERS 7:30 FAIRYTALES 9:00 Una -t-rT8t. SCREEN I 7.00 A 10:00 She's 6 feet 2" of Dynamite! At 8:30 Godfrey Cambridge In co;.iEiiitfg CHARLESTON BUUZ TECHT-COlCR- from Warrw Bnx, A Warner ComrTxjncatons Company Efil' SCREEN II At 7:00 A 10:30 A FRANKOVICH production Carats Liv GfM lllmann : Kelly Uiui Hub Albert ; Barnes FromCaiJMrlC'lKS IPG! At 8:45 GODEHW1 in A FRANKOVtCH PRODUCTION BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE PG 4T1.339Sj if g Mi-J 1 UJ3U4IU' J TECHNICOLOR Bf "' HkUlMIMTak IS- A Warn CaawvKUI.aMCainaaiii

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