Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on December 22, 1975 · Page 14
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14 Santa Cruz Sentinel Monday, December 22, 1975 I -' -, . V1""''! --aft mm 5 3i8frMrtA'' .sWv Ends With Light Rain Vital Statistics FUNERALS The body of a young woman was found lying in two feet of The body which was clothed in pants, tennis shoes and a rain water in the San Lorenzo River today. Police report a fisherman jacket was found near the train trestle which stretches across apparenly hooked the body early this morning and called their . the river near the Boardwalk. The victim was described as in her ' office. There appears to be no signs of foul play and the body has 20s, white, with light brown hair. No identification had been been in the water only for a short time, said a police spokesman, made at press time today. Woman, 259 Found Dead A young Scotts Valley woman;-was found dead by her husband after she apparently committed' suicide Thursday, according to Scotts Valley Police. Judith Ann Butler, 27, 4110 Scotts Valley Drive, died of an apparent overdose of medication, police said. Her husband discovered her in their apartment late Thursday night A police spokesman said the woman had left a note and had been depressed over medical problems. Private family services were held today for her today. Rites were held in White's Chapel, and interment was in Soquel Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Shane Butler of Scotts Valley; her mother, Ellen Knight of Sacramento; her father, Marion Knight of Liv-. ingston; two sister, Marilyn Durkin of Sacramento and Janice Wilson of Santa Cruz, and her paternal grandmother, Emma Knight of Turlock. A native of San Francisco, Crime Report A 30-year-old man was Bobby Wayne Vanover, 4759 picked up for attempted rape River St. in Soquel, was picked ana assault with a deadly weap- up at his home by sheriff de-on after he reportedly accosted puties after a witness identified a woman in the K-Mart parking Vanover's license number, lot Sunday. Vanover apparently ap proached a 32-year-old Santa Cruz women in the parking lot after she exited from her car. He pushed her up against the car and she screamed for help.. , A witness said Vanover then walked away from her and went back to his car. The witness contacted a K-Mart security guard and the store manager who went out to investigate. Vanover was still sitting in his car and the trio approached -him. Vanover reportedly got out of his car and waved a knife at security guard David Marzolf, 33. He then drove away. Youths Injured In Auto Mishap - Seatbelts reportedly prevented serious injury to two youths Sunday night after their car went off the road and somersaulted down a steep hillside, said highway patrolmen. According to reports, Yvonne Danette Grimshaw, 17, 283 Hoover Road, got into an argument with her brother Greg Grimshaw, 15. She applied the brakes in an attempt to win the argument, said officers. The car slid on the wet pavement, went out of control and over the bank. The car rolled over numerous times on a steep hillside off old San Jose Road near Hilltop Road. The two were treated and Fire Calls she had lived in various areas' released from Dominican Hos of the world as her father, a pital. career officer in military ser-. vice, was transferred to various stations. She moved to Santa Cruz in' 1961, and was a graduate of; Santa Cruz High School and Cabrillo College. t She played the clarinet in the Santa Cruz High School Band: and was a member of the Santa Cruz County Pony Club. Two Navy Pilots Die In Crash ALAMEDA (AP)- Two U.S. Navy pilots were killed during a routine training flight when their twin-engine plane crashed' flowed at 106 Ridaeview court. Traffic control at Sunday, Dtc. 21, 197$ Santa Cruz Fir Dtpartmtnt 3:29 a.m. Public assistance call at 607 Front St. 10:34 a.m. Lockout at 125 Francis Court. 10:35 a.m. Public assistance call, River Street at Mora Street. 2:16 p.m. Resuscltator call at Palomar Hotel. Room 304. 3:47 p.m. Box alarm, Beacb Street at municipal wharf. Capitol Fir Department . 12:44 p.m. Overheated refrigerator at 4160 Jade St., Space 93. 9:48 p.m. Resuscltator call at 4275 Jade St., Apt. 3. 10:10 p.m. - Lockout at 4590 Crystal St. Scotts Valley Fire Department 4:15 p.m. Disnwasner over- At least one television set was stolen from Santa Cruz Appliance shop early Sunday morning, according to Santa Cruz police. The thieves apparently used a piece of asphalt to smash the store's showroom window. A passerby notified police of the broken window and the store's owner said at least one television, valued at $119, had been taken. A complete inventory of missing goods will be made later,' the owner said. oman Dies When Hit By Car A young Santa Cruz woman was killed when she dashed in front of a car near her River Street home early Sunday morning. Teresa . Ann Pryor, 22, 254. River St., died at Dominican Hospital approximately two hours after the accident. According to Santa Cruz City police, Augustine McKee Bap-tiste, 26, of San Jose was driving north on River Street when she said she saw a someone dart out in front of her car. There was no time to stop, she said, and her car hit Pryor. The impact sent the victim through the air and over a parked car, according to police. A witness said Pryor had been talking with some friends when she suddenly darted A gentle rain Sunday night warmed things up around the county, but total rainfall is still well behind the pace of last year. The weather service predicted clear skies tonight and Tuesday. Temperature range for the past 24 was 56 and 38. Veteran Actor Lundigan Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) - Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for veteran actor William Lundigan, who appeared in more than 125 motion pictures and a number of television series. Lundigan, 61, died Saturday at City of Hope Medical Center in suburban Duarte. Hospital officials said he apparently had died of heart failure after being admitted the previous day. Lundigan had been a patient at the hospital for some time, but hospital officials declined . to disclose the nature of his illness. Lundigan turned to television after a successful career in motion pictures that began in 1937. He hosted the "Climax" and "Shower of the Stars" series and later produced his own'Men Into Space" series. Among his films were "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain," with Susan Hayward and "Pinky" with Jeanne Crain. He also played in "Love Nest," "I'll Get By" and "Down Among the Sheltering Palms." Lundigan is survived by his widow, Rena, and a daughter, Anastacia, 20, both of Los Angeles. Funeral services are scheduled at the Church of the Good Shepherd at Beverly Hills, with interment at Holy Cross Cemetery. Rainfall reports for 24 hours ending at 8 a.m. today, and including the season's total (since July 1) followed by totals for last year at this time, were reported: 24 hrs. Santa Cruz Capitola Soquel Aptos Rio del Maf Happy Valley Scotts Valley Graham Hill Mt. Hermon Felton Empire Grade .61 to date .32 5.90 ,38 .46 .38 .42 .80 .70 .60 .52 4.24 5.06 4.25 5.00 8.15 8.02 7.15 7.91 Bonny Doon Ben Lomond Boulder Creek Swanton Davenport .55 NA 10.40 10.30 8.95 9.21 5.86 9 5.15 63 .45 .44 .54 73-74 9.80 8.43 9.42 7.17 7.95 11.85 10.84 11.25 12.64 8.34 14.08 15.50 12.55 11.60 10.31 55 IRVIN M. SMITH & SONS chapel of the fouR seasons, JENKINS In Santa Cruz, California. December 20, 1975. Mrs. Mary L. Kenkins. Wife of the late Harry L. Kenkins of Santa Cruz. Survived by two sons; Elwin W. Jenkins of Santa Crui and Harry L. Jenkins also of Santa Cruz. Also survived by seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Nativ of Colorado, aged S3 years. Graveside Services will be held Tuesday, December 23, 1975 at 1:30 p.m.' at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno. Irvin M. Smith & Sons CHAPEL OF THE 4 SEASONS in charge of arrangements. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Interment in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno. Contributions to The Cancer Society . preferred. ' 1222301 FUNERAL COUNSELORS 1050 Cayuga Street Santa Cruz, CA 95062 (408)423-5721 Harris, Gallup Polls In Conf ict Mary Jenkins PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) In contrast to a recent Harris poll, the Gallup Poll reported today that Republicans Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan both lead Democrat Hubert Humphrey in direct presidential confrontations. The Gallup poll was based on, nationwide interviews with 1,078 registered voters. It gave Ford a 51 per cent to 39 per cent lead over Humphrey, and Reagan a 50 per cent to 42 per cent lead over Humphrey. The Louis Harris survey, released three days ago, was based on nationwide interviews with 950 persons described by Harris as likely voters. It had Humphrey beating Ford 52 per. cent to 41 per cent, and Reagan 50 per cent to 43 per cent. The Harris survey was conducted Nov. 24-Dec.l. The Gallup survey was conducted during a four-day period beginning Dec. 5, the day President Ford returned from China. : Castro Answers President Ford MIAMI (AP) - Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro, responding to President Ford, said Monday his government will never "renounce its solidarity" with Puerto Rico or Angola. Castro, speaking at the closing session of the Cuban Communist party congress in Havana, said he doesn't care if Cuba does not establish normal relations with the United States "for the next 100 years." Ford told a Washington press conference Saturday that Cuba had ruined chances for a possible renewal of ties with the United States because of its military support of Communist-supported Angolan rebels. Earlier, Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger had warned that Castro's support of Puerto Rican dissidents was endanger ing the possibility of renewed relations between the United Statee and Cuba. White 138 Walnut Avenue 423-4800 BUTLER - In Scotts Valley, California, December 18, 1975. Mrs. Judith Ann Butler. Survived by tier husband, Shane Butler, Scotts Valley; her mother, Mrs. Ellen Knight, Sacramento; her father, Marion J. Knight, Livingston, California; two sisters, Mrs. Marilyn Durkin, Sacramento; Mrs. Janice Wilson, Santa Cruz; her paternal grandmother Mrs. Emma C. Knight, Turlock, California. Native of San Francisco, California, aged 27 years. Member of Messiah Lutheran Church, Santa Cruz. Private family services conducted at White's Chapel, 138 Walnut Ave., Santa Cruz, California, Monday, December 22, 1975, at 11:00 a.m. Interment in Soquel Cemetery, Soquel, California. 1222301 Film Pioneer Lee, 84, Dies across tne street toward a par- jir i cj.. her JLicu oaiuiuay in hilly countryside about loo miles north of here, the Alameda Naval Air Station reported. Victims of the accident Sunday were Lt. Randall Fraley, 29, of Canton, Ohio, and another man whose identity was withheld pending notification of relatives, said information officer Lt. Steve Schroeder. ; Don't Make a Move!! without Our Hostess Gifts arid Information ore the Key to Your New Community. CALL: DAYS 427-1717 EVES 688-4163 ; APTOS SCOTTS VAUTT, WELCOMI NtWCOMtRS! the this coupon (a let us know you rt here. Name L Address. City . : ltsehtthtWikMneWaioi Netlttt oN mt. I wsula tilt subscribe to the Santa (rui Sentinel. I el'toey tubtcribe te the Santa Ctui Stntintl. I ill ut ceupoa and moil te Clrcule lien Otat., Santa put Stntintl 7:26 o.m accident near 880 Graham Hill Road. Soquel Fire Department 6:55 p.m. Rescue victims In auto accident near 1681 Old San Jose Road, minor injuries; to Dominican Hospital by American Ambulance. Felton Division of Forestry 10:05 p.m. Stand by for PG8.E power pole repair on Ice Cream ' Grade. Zayante Fire Department 3:15 p.m. - Roof fire at 7515 E. Zayante Road; minor damage. iwonaay, doc. it, i Santa Cruz Fire Department 6:03 a.m. Fire at Goodwill clothing box on Union St. capitola Fire Department 1:48 a.m. Auto accident at Wharf Road and Highway I; not needed. Scotts Valley Fire Department 8:55 a.m. Mutual aid to Felton Fire Oeoartment, tanker sent to structure fire on Prospect Street In Felton. Live Oak Fire Department 7:52 a.m. Resuscitator call at 1770 17th Ave. 9:51 a.m. Open burn on 34tn Avenue. 10: 15 a.m. Open burn on Brom-mer Street at Thompson Avenue. . Felton Fire Department 8:40 a.m. Structure fire at 338 Prospect St., building totally in- I voiveo. rtuon uivmon or roroiry 8:15 a.m. Assist Davenport Fire Department in structure fire at 6 Ocean View.. 8:40 i.m. - Assist Felton Fire Department in structure fire at 338 Prospect St. 11 :12e.m.-Truckflreatll2l.ee Road. . Davenport Fire Department 8:15 e m. Structure fire at 6 Ocean View; partial destruction of store. A 57-year-old transient was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon after he chased a young man with a knife Fri-' day night. Harvey Fox was picked up by police after Gerald Brayson, 131 Liebrandt St., reported Fox had approached him for money on the wharf and had become abusive when Brayson said no. Brayson said Fox went into a liquor store and then came out and began following him. He said the man chased him for a while and then pulled a knife and said "I'm going to cut you." Police arrested Fox a short time later. Five airplanes at Skypark Airport had their tires slashed sometime Saturday night, said police. Airport Owner Jim Dahm said he came to work that morning and discovered the flat tires. The planes belonged to Roger Ames of Los Gatos; Chuck Hackbarth of Oakland, Bill Skillman of Felton, Charles Allen of Santa Cruz and Dea McClade of Scotts Valley. An alarm scared off a potential burglar as he tried to get into the River Grove Park Grocery Store on Highway 9 in Felton, Sheriff deputies said. The thief apparently tried to pry open a front window. Thieves broke into the poor box at the Santa Cruz Mission Friday night and got away with an undetermined amount of cash, police said. The thieves also took a rug from the chapel. ty that was taking place in house. Pryor worked as a clerk in the Santa Cruz Safeway, according to the county coroner.., Funeral arrangements are pending at the Ferguson Mortuary. Edythe Houston Died Saturday Services for Edythe L. Houston, 87, will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. from White's Chapel, 138 Walnut Ave., with Dr. Roy Kraft, pastor of Twin-Lakes Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in In-glewood Park Cemetery in In-glewood, Calif. Mrs. Houston died Saturday evening in a local hospital after a lingering illness. A native of Passaic, N. J., she came to California in 1921 and lived in Southern California for some years before moving to Santa Cruz in 1955. She was a member of Twin Lakes Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, H.G.Houston of Santa Cruz; a grandson, Ronald W. Robinson, of Redondo Beach; a granddaughter, Loree. Ann Shaw, of Cerritos; a sister, Mrs. Grace Madison of Long Beach; and two great grandchildren. eS8TwmfbeMheid Agnew Charges Judge To Get Documents Graveside L. Jenkins Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno. A native of Colorado, she died Saturday. She was the widow of the late Harry L. Jenkins of Santa Cruz. Survivors include two sons, Elwin W. Jenkins and Harry Jenkins, both of Santa Cruz; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. Contributions are preferred for the Cancer Society. Penny University Sets Ceremony ' The Penny University of Santa Cruz will hold its first doctorate awards ceremony Tuesday afternoon at the Caffe Per-golesi. The afternoon university is conferring Ph.D degrees on Frederick Wolf and Roger Irwin, after they are examined by a panel of instructors. The ceremonies are in conjuction with Paideia, a Northern California network of alternative education schools. Rose Warren, gospel singer, will perform at the close of the ceremonies. They are due to begin at 3 p.m. PALM DESERT. (AP) -Film pioneer Rowland V. Lee, who produced and directed both silent and talking films, has died at his home here. . Lee died of an apparent heart attack Sunday afternoon. He was 84. Beginning his career as an actor, he turned to films after serving in World War I and . directed 22 silent films, includ-" ing "Doomsday" in which Gary Cooper first appeared as a leading man. Other silent film credits include "Barbed Wire" and "Cup of Life." .With the advent of talking WASHINGTON (AP) - The pictures, Lee directed more government was ordered today than 40 films and also wrote to give a federal judge documents that led to the charges against former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew in 1973. The judge will inspect the documents in private. U.S. District Judge June L. . Green said the government's ' claims that release of the documents would prejudice the ongoing investigation in Maryland were too broad and that she would make the decision on what portions can be made public. No date was set for the ' materials to be delivered. Two George Washington University law students, Roy Baldwin and Bruce Feder, are seeking the documents under the Freedom of Information Act. Jervis Finney, U.S. attorney for the District of Maryland, claims that innocent individuals as well as persons scheduled for indictment and trial would be hurt by the disclosures. HOUSTON - In Santa Crur, California, December 20, 1975. Mrs. Edythe L. Houston. Survived by her husband, H. G. Bob Houston, Santa Cruz; a grandson, Ronald W. Robinson, Redondo Beach; a granddaughter, Loree Ann Shaw, Cerritos, California; a sister, Mrs. Grace Madison, Long Beach; two great grandchildren. Native of Passaic, New Jersey, aged 87 years. Member of Twin Lakes Baptist Church. Services will be conducted at White's Chapel, 138 Walnut Ave., Santa Cruz, California, Tuesday, December 23, 1975, 9:00 a.m. with Dr. Roy Kraft, pastor officiating. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Interment in Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, California. 1222301 "The Personal Touch" WHITE'S CHAPEL 138 Walnut AVE. HOLMES' Inc. ij Funeral Directors Since 1880 Our Staff can be at your assistance 24 hours a day. If you have any, questions or if we can help in any way please feel free to call or stop by our office. "The one you would cciU, if you knew them all." 223 Church St. - 423-4725' Floristi n) Hie i WeH n wt the "red carpet" for you whom ono of owr Hoatottoe comas to cod. Ovor 40 loeol merchant oro eager to moot you ono present yow with lovoly fMt. Wo oIm Invito yow to Join Nowtomor Cluft ono moot Mono'. HOSPITALITY SIRVICI PHONI 426-4993 Wo eever the Oreeter Serrte Crvi Are le Salvo, Apt, Caefteie, Sequel, famo-Cra -Son Uronio Valley ana' team VaSoy. screenplays. He directed "The Count of Monte Cristo," "The Tower of London" and "The Big Fisherman" and worked with actors such as Cooper, Robert Young and Paul Lukas. A native of Findlay, Ohio, Lee is survived bu his widow, Eleanor, and a brother, Donald W. Lee of Los Angeles. Funeral services are pending. PUBLIC NOTICE iimimiHU NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL No. 27508 Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Santa Cruz. . Estate of MARY CECIL BARKHIMER, also known as MARY C. BARKHIMER, and also known as MARY BARKHIMER, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVENthat BOB BARKHIMER has filed herein a petition for probate of the will of the above named decedent and for issuance of letters testamentary thereon to said petitioner, reference to which is made for further par-- ticulars, and that the time and place of hearing the same has been set for Dec. 26, 1975, at 9:00 a.m.. In the courtroom of Department No. 2, of said court, at the Courthouse, in the City of Santa Cruz, California. DATED: December 11, 1975. RICHARD C. NEAL, Clerk By RUTH C.ERNST, Deputy Clerk J. 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