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December 13, 1986
I gave Cary Grant a parking ticket . . . illegally parked in a red zone in front of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium (someone inside had told him it was OK). At the time I gave the ticket he was not in the car but, as I was walking by to cite other vehicles sometime later, this voice said, "Hello there, young lady. I believe you gave me a ticket." A more gracious and charming man couldn't be found. We talked for 20 minutes. It was only afterwards that I thought I should have had him autograph the ticket.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1986
I gave Cary Grant a parking ticket . . . illegally parked in a red zone in front of the Pasadena Civic Auditorium (someone inside had told him it was OK). At the time I gave the ticket he was not in the car but, as I was walking by to cite other vehicles sometime later, this voice said, "Hello there, young lady. I believe you gave me a ticket." A more gracious and charming man couldn't be found. We talked for 20 minutes. It was only afterwards that I thought I should have had him autograph the ticket.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 1986 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
The late actor Cary Grant left the bulk of his estate to his widow, Barbara Harris Grant, and his only child, 20-year-old Jennifer, according to terms of his will filed in Santa Monica Probate Court on Wednesday. Grant, celebrated for his wit and charm during a career that spanned generations, died Saturday night in Davenport, Iowa, of a massive stroke. He was 82. His will gave his four-acre Beverly Hills estate and its contents to his wife, whom Grant married in 1981.
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December 4, 1986 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
The late actor Cary Grant left the bulk of his estate to his widow, Barbara Harris Grant, and his only child, 20-year-old Jennifer, according to terms of his will filed in Santa Monica Probate Court on Wednesday. Grant, celebrated for his wit and charm during a career that spanned generations, died Saturday night in Davenport, Iowa, of a massive stroke. He was 82. His will gave his four-acre Beverly Hills estate and its contents to his wife, whom Grant married in 1981.
REAL ESTATE
May 30, 1999
Barbara Hutton was not an actress ("Hot Property," May 16). She was the Woolworth heiress and was worth $80 million to $100 million in 1935. When she and actor Cary Grant married, the newspaper headline read "Cash and Cary Married." You were no doubt thinking of Betty Hutton, the actress who starred in many of Hollywood's big musicals. She also starred in Cecil B. DeMille's "The Greatest Show on Earth." JOHN S. CLAREY South Pasadena
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November 16, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Cary Grant's only child, Jennifer Grant, is writing a memoir, the first time she has offered an in-depth look at her famous father. The publishing house Alfred A. Knopf said "Good Stuff" would be released in 2008 at the earliest. Jennifer Grant, 40, is the daughter of Grant and actress Dyan Cannon, who were married briefly in the 1960s before separating and bitterly divorcing.
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December 3, 1986 | CATHLEEN DECKER, Times Staff Writer
Actor Cary Grant left the bulk of his estate to his widow, Barbara Harris Grant, and his only child, 20-year-old Jennifer, according to terms of his will filed in Santa Monica probate court today. Grant, celebrated for his wit and charm during a career that spanned generations, died Saturday night in Davenport, Iowa, of a massive stroke. He was 82. His will gave his four-acre Beverly Hills home and its contents to his fifth wife, whom Grant married in 1981.
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January 13, 1994
Savo M. Stoshitch, 79, retired architect who designed the Tam O'Shanter restaurant in Atwater Village and the Hermosa Beach City Hall and Police Department headquarters. A native of Indianapolis and a 1935 graduate of the University of Illinois, Stoshitch began his architectural practice a year later in Los Angeles. He served with the Army Corps of Engineers during World War II, building airfields and military warehouses in Australia, New Guinea and the Philippines.
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