Lucille Ball auction dispute settled<br />
Actress' lifetime achievement awards to go to daughter
An auction house selling Lucille Ball memorabilia says it is returning the actress' lifetime achievement awards to her daughter.
Heritage Auction Galleries says a deal reached Saturday will return the awards to Lucie Arnaz Luckinbill, Ball's daughter with first husband Desi Arnaz.
A sale of dozens of other Ball-related memorabilia will happen Saturday. Items up for bid include a Rolls Royce and love letters to second husband Gary Morton.
The deal announced Saturday ends a legal fight between Luckinbill and Susie Morton, who married Gary Morton after Ball's death in 1989.
A judge agreed to stop the auction Friday but imposed a high bond Luckinbill couldn't meet.
She has said the awards will be displayed in a museum honoring her mother.
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