The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 19, 1980 · Page 6
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 6

San Bernardino, California
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Wednesday, March 19, 1980
Page 6
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S"iiSlti(2 THI SUN W.., Mrh 19, 19W Electrician pleads guilty to five torture slayings TORRANCE. Calif. AP) count of murder in the A Rdondo Brarh eloc- rape-torture slayincs of trician pleaded guilty five teen age girls. Tuesday in South Bay Mu- Roy Lewis Norris, 32. nicipal Court to five also pleaded guilty to two Slain attorney, wife were beaten to death 'VENTURA AP) An autopsy shows that attorney Lyman Smith, reportedly in line for a judgeship, and his wife Charlene were beaten to death last Thursday or Friday, police said Tuesday. The bodies of Smith, 43, and his 33-yrar-old second wife were found in their bedroom Sunday afternoon by Smith's 12-year-old son Gary, who had come by to mow his father's lawn. He lives with his mother, Smith's first wife. A neighbor, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Marvin Lewis, said he stopped by Friday night to tell White he looked like a "sure thing" for a judicial appointment to be announced soon. "1 thought it was kind of odd that both of their cars Were parked outside," said Lewis. "I rang the hell, but no one answered .... "My God." he added, "they were both dead then." counts of rape and one count of robbery in a plea bargain to avoid the death penalty and in exchange for his testimony against an alleged accomplice in the case, the district attorney's office said. Prosecutors said they agreed to recommend a sentence of 45 years to life for Norris for his guilty pleas and future testimony against Lawrence Sigmond Bittaker, 39, of Burbank, who Is in custody facing an assault charge in connection with a nonfatal attack on a Manhattan Beach woman. Sheriff's spokesman Chet Ballew said 500 candid snapshots of young girls were found at the residences of the two men, and a special task force have identified about 300 of the girls and determined their whereabouts. But he said authorities were still trying to identify four of the photo graphed women. Norris confessed to the following five slayings: Lucinda Schaefer, lfi, of Torrance last seen alive last June 24. Andrea Hall, 18, of Tu- junga last seen last July seen last Sept. 2. sept 2. 28 Jaqueline Leah Shirley Ledord. 16, "Jackie Gilliam. 15, Lamp, 13. of Redondo 0f Sun Valley last seen of Redondo Beach last Beach last seen last last Oct. 31. Baja benefit features Cantinflas, Cintron SAN DIEGO CAP) Mex'can movie actor Cantinflas and Conchita Cintron, one of Mexico's early female bullfighters, will appear in Tijuana March 30 at a benefit bullfight for the Baja California flood victims. At least 20 persons died and hundreds were left homeless by heavy flooding last month. During the 1940s, Cintron, a Peruvian-born blonde, was the darling of the bullring at age 15. Fighting from horseback, she appeared in the Tijuana festival in 1944. LTU Hair Makeover Friday, March 21, meet Jimmy Weiss, hair designer to many famous fashion photographers. 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