Valley News from Van Nuys, California on August 24, 1977 · Page 42
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Pig*12 Section4 N W S * VALLEY NEWS Van Nuys, Calif. Wtdiwday, August 24.1977 National weather outlook UPlTetephoto Pacific storm system spreading cloudiness with coast from San Francisco southward. On the na- some rain into the Northwest is seen in this satel- tional weather map below, thundershowers were lite photo. Fog and low clouds extend along the also expected in the Ohio and Tennessee Valley. /. E A r - E ? S E P V ' C E r C « E C A 5 r ' c 7 A .v E S * 8 - 2 4 - ^ 7 r\ L O W E S T T E M P E R A T U R E S 70 U P I W E A T H E R F C T O C A S T t Sebastian Cabot, stage, TV film veteran dies in Canada SEBASTIAN CABOT Suffers fatal stroke VICTORIA (UPI) -- Veteran actor Sebastian Cabot, who was well known for his beard, courtly manners and his girth, suffered a stroke Tuesday and died, his wife reported. He was 59. Cabot's wife, Kathleen, said her husband suffered a stroke at their Deep Cove home near Victoria and was taken to a hospital, where he died. It was his second stroke in three years. The 280-pound actor also suffered a stroke in July 1974 and was hospitalized for three weeks at the Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria. Born in London, Cabot came to the United States for the first time in 1947 to appear in "Love for Love," on Broadway. His second, and final trip wag in 1954 to play the bearded Wazir in the movie version of "Kismet." this time his beard had become much a trademark as his weight. . This was followed by several television series and he became immediate success for his roles the portly butler in "Family. Affair," and as a detective in the "Checkmate" series. He also wasl featured in "Stump the Stars," the "Ghost Story." The bearded actor was proud ot his rotund figure. "I like to think myself as a rather dashing figure, like Falstaff. I've weighed 280 pounds since I was about 20 years old, and I like it," he once said interview. In addition to his wife, Cabot survived by his three children, Annette, Christopher and Yvonne. Newsman Luther Voltz dies Veteran reporter and editor Luther Voltz, who worked at newspapers on both coasts and was a copy editor at the Valley News for 10 years, is dead at the age of 68. Voltz died Sunday at his home in the Cocoanut Grove section of Miami, where he had lived for the past three years. The exact cause of his death was unknown. No funeral services are scheduled. Voltz was born in Jackson, Miss, and came to Miami as a boy. He started his newspaper career as a copyboy with the Miami Herald and served as city hall reporter, sports reporter, city editor and editorial page writer for that paper. He also served as managing editor of the Mobile (Ala.) Register and a writer for the New York World Telegram and the Miami Daily News. An authority on city government, Voltz wrote a Herald story in 1949 that was entered in the the Congressional Record as evidence of the need for a federal slum clearance program. Voltz also co-authored a two-part series in Collier's Magazine in 1950 titled " F l o r i d a ' s Struggle W i t h the Hoodlums." In 1960, Voltz moved to the West Coast and worked for three years on the Los Angeles Examiner. In 1963, he came to the Valley News as copy.edi- tor, a position he held until he left the paper in 1973. Voltz then moved to New York, where he worked briefly for the Wall Street Journal before retiring. He is survived by a daughter Jeanne of New York, a son Luther M. Jr. of San Juan Capistrano, and a half-brother Dr. William Meyer of El Campo, Tex. His former wife, Jeanne, formerly was food editor for the Los Angeles Times and is currently food editor for Woman's Day magazine. VOLTZ Macy parade architect's funeral slated NORFOLK, Conn. (UPI) -- A funeral for Edward Armitage Hill, a Macy's Co. executive who supervised the colorful. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York' is scheduled for today. Hill, 78, died Friday in a North Canaan Convalescent hospital. He joined R.H. Macy and Co. in 1932 and worked there until 1967. r^/Wt/^a ohom/^ro Wealthy oilman Jack Pollard succumbs receive snowers cmcAmmTM-.^*TM a ,* TM ^1^TM 1*^HOS^ The Gulf Coast from Florida through Eastern Texas was pelted Tuesday with showers and thundershowers. The pattern existed from the Tennessee Valley and Applachians westward through the lower Great Lakes and into the Central Plains. Light rain and showers entered coastal Washington and Oregon and spread gradually inland. There was an expectation of this front developing heavy precipitation throughout the Pacific Northwest. It was the first significant rainfall in the area since mid July. A few thundershowers drifted across northern Arizona mountains. Elsewhere, skies were generally clear to partly sunny. Cool temperatures were on hand for residents of North Dakota and north- e r n M i n n e s o t a w h i l e m i l d readings were recorded in the northern and Central Plains, across the Great Lakes and into northern New York State. Seasonably warm weather was in store for most of the remainder of the nation. Dense fog developed over much of the southeastern area a nd Temperatures By United Press International Temperature and precipitation table for the 24-hour period ending at 4 a.m. Pacific time, as prepared by the National Weather Service in San Francisco: High 71 90 Albany Albuquerque Atlanta . Bakersfit-ld Bismarck Hi 77 8K 87 MM B4 Lo Boston . Rrowrss Pep. .13 .01 Buffalo Charlotte Chicago 77 Cincinnati 70 Cleveland 74 Dallas . . . : . . . . !M Denver 86 DesMoines 81 Detroit 7S Duiuth 65 Eureka fil Fairbanks S6 Fresno . . 102 Helena . . . . . . . 7 S Low 58 60 66 61 60 64 61 38 51 60 68 47 Pep. .46 .14 .01 much of the Northeast had partly cloudy skies. California had typical midsummer weather with night and morning coastal fog or low clouds and the possibility of showers near the northern border with Oregon. Temperatures ranged from the 70s at coastal points to higher than 100 degrees at inland stations. The low reading today in the 48 contiguous states was 34 degrees at International Falls, Minn. The high Monday was 107 at Junction. Tex. Local temperatures High Low Burhank 84 68 Chatsworth 89 69 Northridge 86 66 Simi 80 61 Thousand Oaks 82 64 Van Nuys 86 66 Hi Lo Pep. Honolulu 89 77 Indianapolis 79 R3 -Kansas City 78 65 .14 Las Vegas 102 80 1-os Angeles 84 68 Louisville 84 64 Memphis 03 74 Miami SS 75 .20 CHICAGO (UPI) -- Jack Pollard, 73, a multimillionaire oilman from Houston, Tex., died Monday, apparently of heart problems. Friends said Pollard complained of chest pains before being taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He was pronounced dead on arrival. A chemical engineer, Pollard owned oil wells in several states and also held real estate in Houston. He was a member of the Board of Rice University. Vital records Funeral notices · FUNERAL DIRECTORS · FUNERAL DIRECTORS FISH, Bernice Clara, of Van Nuys. passed away August 21. 1977. Survived by daughter Joyce Fish Lancto; brothers Bertram, Leslie and Roger Fish; sisters Florence Dusty, Mary Trundy and Ethlyn Foster; three grandchildren, Eugene; Allan and La- Chelle Lancto. Services Thursday, 2:30 p.m., at Pierce Brothers, Van Nuvs. · FUNERAL DIRECTORS Utter McKinley 783-490t Extended California forecast SAN FHANHSCO (TI'Ii -- California extended fonv.isls Thursday Ihrouph Saturday Northrrn California -- VanaHr clouds with slight vhanrc "f showers extn.-:r.«- north a;nlfair I'isowhtTf :m w.th coastal foe and Inw rjfmds mainly r n p h l s a n d rr.orr.i::es. TVm;ier:i'.urvs nc.i- nnrrr.-ii iiichrs' in tiir tii.ls along the toast ;u:d rr.os:!;. * ;:;Uir.'i valleys l»ws in ihr 50s ::rar thiToa%i::d ;:i :hf upper 50s and fif)s inland Central California -- i-'airi-jjrvpt coastal foK-'«nd I.VA- -·!·'.,-·] ;::,::TI]V r.icht.-: .inrf mornings T«'Tn- prnitur'-.- :var :,.inr.;ii H;c::«-st in the yppei »Jls and 7s :.-.,- the .-iav. ,i:d rrjisllv !Hs inland valleys. Lowes: in the 50s except in the 60s to low 70s in the San Joaqum V.-ilk-y. Southern California de.sert areas -- Fnir with seasonably warm temperaturc-s Highs 92 to 102 upper deserts and Owens Vailey and 100 to 110 lower deserts. Lows 55 to 6.5 Owens VaIk-v 62 to 72 upper deserts and 72 ;o SJ lower deserts Southern California coastal and mountain arras -- Fair weatherexx-cpt night and morning low clouds near the coast Highs ranging from ntar70 a: 5e.-iches to S5 to 95 w;lr7T!r ,- m i arl( j valleys. Mountain highs 7"i j.i 85 with lows in the upoer ·5f»s and ,Vs Southern California forecasts By United Pmx Inl»rnat!on»l Southern California: K n r '.«i;(Y «-.r» -i? Trj'iTrs- mc 1"-A- i ;nji: ir. -..-.:.n .J-'M- Siipht rhar.i-e "f af:-rr.i»;i ;hu:)fk-T^r)n-Ai-r- r, nv-;ntair.s inrt i-n- IcTior;)C.'5inli«isv Vi' mil' h i i ·:::;« ·T.-iTuTX'ib.jriK'.'. los Amrlrv M'Trinc inu- i Jmid. o'lM'-rvi'iw- I;nr TJ«J.JV Hivris IT; ^rid '·('s Co»l«l Vallovv Mi-i r; : . .mr-i: j.-.v I"-;'!- .-n-d interrardiate V«llry*: Kariy tnuiTunc J'-e .'iri Mountain arr»: I . 1 , " - i . ) . ! - . . . f i . j . Vnllr j K.nr Interior «nd dr«rrt »«·«%: Jv^irrnir f.'nr 1'*lav Point f onrrpticrn'nMi-v;i';iri)»iH''T j,:eh f v ^ r i wniTInvcMoriy S in J", knots with 1 to 2-frwit wind wavvs in thfaf:crni«oTi t«iiv lri«-l'-)2-f"olsii:!h- westcriy swoHs Morninc 'K.W clouds w«h tr.ostiv sunny afternoons San Frnundo and San Galw] Valifys Mid rnominc low clouds ^nd ]T.I] fop. iihcrJ.-]se fair iMay SljjirnlywiirrTn-rdayswii San Bernardino Vallry: F^rly . !· I-A- »-]niads. ftb -T-A-IM- lair u-cUy SJighlly wamt-r 3ays with high~ XaIn95. Santa Barbara and Vpntura ^Tf-;j MnmiTif: 1nw f 1'MJdji ami in. '··d^y Hichs raniriric: fr«.m nf-sr 7(1^1 1hc l-arh-s !.-.). ,iji v.0 ·w-^rrr!-r inland anvjs Santa Monica Bay area. Ixinc iVvKJi ^r»d )r- ^T.CO ("f.uTily TnctTfipnhl^n arr-x Mominc l'w rlr-uds^mhrrn-iwr fsir tM,\v Hich? ranRiriK Jrrm lr.u-cr Tn.t at br-ar hf-s M, IOWCT *((^ w.imict inland UTi'Jt'f. Imperial Cnarhrlla anr3 IxrATr rolcir.'tdii Hivcr V n i i . v MusiK {;jir i.-«^y with Miehl rh.-gnct- of ,;f-TT««.n 1hijTiriTslii.i»-iTs 3J)t:h.-.:V. 3d.-, Ant«-lTr Valley ^nd MojaVr ] w-vf-r }".«t ij*3^ HAIR SCALP CLINIC The International Association of Tnchologists. a non-profit organization devoted to further education in problems of the bair scalp, now has a clinic in Van Nuys. If you have problems of hair loss, baldness, scaling or excessive oilness. phone (213) 3963707 tor an appointment. 14733 Oxnard St. Van Nuys Stanton G. Hale dead at 67 ri ( i. H.slr. )v;ir'i n.crnl^r of Carter H.nv]-. }in]- Sion-s. i n . P;-j(if- if TclcphnJir an'i T-J ( i r ra;,'.'i '. ;,r.A Southern CaJjf'irrjia ]vii-d7, ",. J i - i j Tuewiayal I TLA Medxai ("(-r.t-r io]- Jowinpa 3e7i0hy iiiniess. I J e w a s f l T Funeral plans were stil) pending, at-- cnrding lo Pieree Brothers Morluary m nearby Beverly HiJJs. The prominent f^,rporate exennive retired two years ago as hoard chair- man and chief executive officer of Pacific Mutual Life Ini]ra:icf Or He joined the firm in ]'»(;.', ; , s pn-sident and direci/r. He had also serve(3 as director of Western Bank Corp.. Tnited California I'-ank. The James Irvine Foundation, Jxjs Angeles Chamlx^r of Commerce, California State Chamber of Commerce and the American Cancer Society Inc. ART SALE ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS ALL PAINTED by PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS $Q O «J7 FANTASTIC VALUES!! NOTHING OVER MOST ARE PRICED FROM $6 TO $25 SUNDAY .............. AUGUST 28th THE AMERICAN LEGION 5320FAUBROOKAVE. ·/» Wk. north of Ventura §1. WOODLAND HILLS ""VT" Come forty for f esf Se/ecfion 5 HOURS ONLY 12 noon to 5 p.m. PRESENTED BY UNITED ARTS 70 INC. FREE ADMISSION FREE PARKING IN REAR Of LOCATIONS THE COMMUNITY FUNERAL DIRECTORS NOBLE CHAPEL SANPERNANOO 361-7U7 GATES, KINGSLEY 4 GATES CANOGAPARK H8-3354 ETERNAL VALLEY MEMORIAL PARK MORTUARY NEWHALL 345-3292 Meyer-Mitchell VAN NUYS Steen Cupel N.H. 785-8617 762-1141 VAN NUYS CANOGAPARK 785-0132 340-J301 GLEN HAVEN MEMORIAL PARK MORTUARY 13017N LOMZCrn S»nF«rn»«do It»-S211 LORENZEN MISSION CHAPEL V.r g. V.rs Donald D Lorer.JCO Way. Private rites held for character actor Eddy C. Waller Private funeral services for retired western character actor Eddy C. Waller of Sherman Oaks, in show business for 65 years, were held Tuesday at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills. Mr. Waller worked for- all the major studios be-, fore retiring three years ago and appeared with such stars as J o h Wayne and Alan Ladd.- He died Friday at the age of 88. Services planned for Cliff Erbes Funeral services for Cliff Erbes, Reseda resident for 25 years, will held today at 3 p.m. at" the Forest Lawn Church, of the Hills, 6300 Forest Lawn Drive, Hollywood^ He was 65. Before retiring Mr. Erbes was a grip man 42 years for Warner Brothers Studios in Bur^ bank. Mr. Erbes is survived by his wife Myrtle and sons Glen and Kenneth. He is also survived by brothers Roger, Jack and Dan and sister Betty Zelezny of Santa Barbara. He leaves one grandson. Coupon ····w/this coupon (AND A PURCHASE OF S1.00 OR MORE) two packages HAMBURGER BUNS or HOT DOG ROLLS (Adults only--1 coupon per Family) EXPIRES 8/30/77 cow.«uwrrEo FSATUK GCXDDCNLYAT Weber's Dolly Madison Millbrook Thrift Stores com $ · DoUy Madison JtflLLBROOK Features a Complete Line of Bakery Products "SUPER-LOW" PRICES 4 Locations to Serve You 111609 Shtrman Way L No. Hollywood G021RtMdaBI. I RtNda J IWebers We Gladly Accept Food Stamps 1346 StnFtntmdoRd StnFtmtndo 13253 SifeoySt No. Hollywood

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