The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California on November 22, 1973 · Page 96
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The Van Nuys News from Van Nuys, California · Page 96

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37-A-No.Eait 3 6-B-North 3*.B-W«rt 37-A-l** T H E N E W S VNCI Van K'uys .' -- Thursday, November 22, Viola Lawrence, Pioneer Woman Film Editor Dies Viola Mallory LaAvrence, Hollywood's first woman f i l m e ditor, a Critic's Award winner and Academy Award nominee, died Tuesday after a long illness. She was 78. M r s. Lawrence, who first edited films in 1915, received a Critic's Award for her work on "The Eddy Duchin Story," and was nominated for Academy Awards for her work on "Pal Joey" and "Pepe." The New York native edited films for Universal, First National and Columb i a S t udios and then moved to the Samuel Goldwyn Studio, where she edited Goldwyn's first sound picture," "Bulldog Drummond." Machines Taken Business machines valued at $600 and $50 in change were reported stolen Wednesday from the offices of Laura Horwitz Bookkeeping, 5000^ Lan- kershim Blvd., North Hoi lywood, authorities said. Eight Persons Surrender in Burglary-Fence Case Eight persons, indicted by the county grand jury in connection with a i?I m 1 1 1 1 on burglary-fence ring which operated m Burbank, Encino, West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills, surrendered yesterday in Los Angeles Superior Court. A ninth person indicted on another charge also surrendered. Named in ithe secret indictments returned by the grand jury were Thomas Coy Sr., Thomas Coy Jr., Edward Bangert, Leon Weissman, Eddie Salvatore, James J. Layfield, Judith Layfield, Dennis S t r achan and Theresa Cameron. All of the suspects ex- Comic Allan Sherman Dies at 49 in Hollywood Comedian Allan Sherman, whose "Hello Mother, Hello Father" routine m a d e hi m an instant recording star, died Tuesday. He was 49. Sheriff's deputies said Sherman collapsed while entertaining friends in his apartment in West Hollywood. His physician, Dr. Charles Kivowitz, "stated he had suffered a respiratory failure." the Sheriff's Dept. said. Sherman, once the picture of a jolly, fat man, entered a hospital at his doctor's urging in 1965 to lose weight. He reduced from 230 pounds to ]90, once remarking, "If charm consists of fat, to heck with it." S h e r m a n 's smash recordings in 1962 of a young boy's exploits at "Camp Granada'' brought him from obscurity into the national spotlight -and e a r ned him numerous nightclub and television appearances. In recent years, Sherman continued to produce satirical recordings and appeared on the college concert circuit. MILE-LONG WIRE A gram of pure silver can be drawn into a wire more than a mile long. cept Mrs. Layiield were charged with receiving stolen property. She was charged with possession of heroin and amphetamines. Salvatore and Layfield also were indicted for burglary. Dep. Dist. Atty. Steven D. Ogden said the grand jury indictments culmi- n a t e d a one-week investigation into the burglary and thefts of an estimated $1,000,000 in jewelry from 15 homes. Ogden said that sheriff's deputies began an investigation into the aiieged operation after receiving an anonymous tip. Armed with search Avar- rants, deputies went to the suspects' homes and recovered several thousand dollars worth of stolen jewelry, including a pair of diamond earrings valued at $7000. Ogden said the burglary-fence ring operated for more than a year and hit only expensive homes, i One of the victims was television actress Carol Wells Doheny. The nine surrendered to S u p e rior Court Judge Sherman Smith yesterday afternoon and he scheduled trial for Nov. 28 in Department 133. All were free on bond except Strachan. It was explained that because he was not represented by an attorney bail could not be set. 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