Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on July 9, 1978 · Page 6
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Santa Cruz, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1978
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6 Santa Cruz Sentinel Sunday, July 9, 1978 Lion Mauls Man On Film Set Senior Citizens Gracious Retirement Living PALOMAR INN 1 344 Pacific Garden Mall, Downtown Santa Crui Our Famous Dining Room Soon to Re-open Catering to Residents And Tho Public Alike million worth of damage. Three lions that escaped from the ranch during the flooding were shot by sheriff's officials. Marshall, who produced "The Exorcist," and his family now live at the ranch. He said he was forced to sell his four Beverly Hills area homes to continue production of the movie, which is now 80 percent completed. "There was just no turning back," he said. "Roar" is about a Chicago family that travels to Africa to escape the "city jungle" and tries to live among wild animals. bers have been victims of attacks 48 in all by some of the 150 wild animals lions, tigers, jaguars, cougars and the like that were gathered at Marshall's Soledad Canyon area ranch, 30 miles north of Los Angeles. Although the injuries are covered by insurance, Marshall said, the resulting delays have sent production costs including maintenance of the animals soaring. Friday's accident occurred as the crew was preparing to resume shooting which was halted in February when floods destroyed sets and caused $3 100 ROOMS 100 H ATIIS A beautiful way of living close to downtown stores and transportation plus many fine restaurants. Send for free brochure or rail 423-7000 OFFICE SPACE, MEETING ROOMS, AND BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE ACTON (AP) - A film production manager who unwittingly gave a 525-pound lion an attack signal while the animal was being trained for a movie role was recovering Saturday from 4 1 2 hours of surgery after being mauled, actress Tippi Hedron said. Miss Hedron, star of the movie "Roar" and wife of the movie's producer, Noel Marshall, said Doran Kauper was conscious and reported in fair condition at Palmdale General Hospital where he was admitted Friday with lion bites to the head, throat, chest and thigh. "His injuries were acute," said Miss Hedron in a telephone interview from the 30-year-old ranch manager's bedside. "There's a danger of infection and he's on antibiotics. He can't eat or talk." Kauper, who is also assistant director of "Roar," walked into the area where the lion, Togar, was being trained and inadvertently bent over giving the signal for Togar to attack. "He (the lion) was doing was exactly what he was supposed to do," said Marshall in another phone interview. He added that during filming, a trained stuntman would have been prepared to make his escape as the lion attacked. Friday's incident was the latest in a series of mishaps that have plagued "Roar" since it began production more than 2'i years ago. "It has been a bummer," Marshall said glumly. He, Miss Hedron, his 25-year-old son John, who is also in the film, and other crew and cast mem- Cherry Pests Could Spread In California SACRAMENTO (AP) A finding of destructive cherry fruit flies in eastern Shasta County has prompted fears that the pests could invade commercial cherry orchards farther south, state officials say. State and local inspectors will go to the site, a small orchard at Montgomery Creek about 30 miles northeast of Redding, next week to try to determine the extend of the infestation, the state Food and Agriculture Department said Friday. Maggots of cherry fruit flies have been found before in Northern California counties, but this is the first finding ever reported in eastern Shasta County, the department said. Past findings have prompted quarantines of fruit from the area and efforts to eradicate the fruit flies. A quarantine is in effect for cherries from the Willow Creek area of Trinity and Humboldt counties, said department Director Richard Rominger. He urged drivers to avoid bringing cherries into California from Oregon and other Northwest states, or taking them from the Willow Creek area elsewhere in the state. Rominger said officials fear the flies could invade commercial orchards of San Joaquin County, where the cherry crop is valued at $14 million a year, and Santa Clara County, where $1.46 million worth is harvested. Semi-annual sale for men. 29 to 45 off mens suits Search Continues For Lost Plane Heroic Rescue LA Copter Crash Injures Woman LOS ANGELES (AP) - A 25-year-old bus driver and a helicopter pilot have been credited with saving an Avalon woman who was trapped in a Catalina Airlines helicopter after it crashed into the sea near Los Angeles Harbor. Georga Grace Wyatt, 33, was listed in serious condition Friday at San Pedro and Peninsula Hospital after the helicopter dropped into the ocean. She was being treated for inhalation of gasoline and sea water. Coast Guard officials said passenger John Roeder of Avalon, who was listed in good condition at the hospital, and pilot Steve Haines, who was uninjured, may have saved Ms. Wyatt's life. The helicopter apparently lost power as it approached the harbor on a routine flight from Catalina Island, Roeder said. The craft, he said, plunged into the ocean tail first and flipped over, but was kept afloat by air bags. Roeder, a driver for Odyssey Bus Lines which serves Catalina Island, said he and Haines pulled the semiconscious Ms. Wyatt a publicist for Odyssey from the passenger compartment, where she was trapped under a seat. Roeder said he forced the emergency door open and waited until the craft was partially flooded before handing the woman out to Haines. But they were unable to get her onto the overturned helicopter and could only hold her with her head above water, he said. The three were picked up moments later by the privately-owned 18-foot sailboat Ole, which was in the area when the crash occurred. They were transferred to a Los Angeles County lifeguard vessel, which brought them ashore. Federal Aviation Administration officials and other agencies were investigating the crash. Each week, about 450 to 500 persons travel to Catalina Island from Los Angeles by helicopter or airplane. search Saturday near the Grapevine and Gorman south of Bakersfield, she said. Ms. Nelson said about 20 planes and 36 people were expected to conduct the search from the headquarters here. The search was extended to Southern California because authorities believe the plane may have traveled that far after leaving the Mariposa area Tuesday night. The CAP is searching the Yosemite area because of reports the plane headed northeast after takeoff. The five aboard had spent the Fourth of July at Yosemite National Park, authorities said. Their plane was reported overdue Wednesday morning when it failed to arrive in Long Beach. The pilot of the plane, Gregory R. Parker of Los Angeles, did not file a flight plan, authorities said. Also on board and missing are Parker's wife, Deborah; Kathy Hobson of Sacramento; Don Bryant of San Lorenzo, currently living in Marina del Rey; and Sally Barrett, hometown unknown. Now selection of vested solids r Vmf,J L fvP Ji s W plaids, checks or seersucker (W; A Aftv Choosefabricslikepolyester ; Jy t t y V riVvT cotton, textunzed polyester J j 'v' . "Yv t'l l' Ifft IN or polyesterwool All M V t fl f s Cff$ JtyA terrific fashion details In f f-A T$ ' . ifA regular short and long Ml f fa d Vi f -a k JH v n it Mf- vir Men's dress Amr shirt special. (kr r Combine neat fashion colors with a H, -1 l -Ljf no-iron, polyester double knit for ns A. Ja "A an 'ever-fresh' dress shirt look. XsNk. .$mfr Ns:!cs. 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Amy Gannage, the infant daughter of Robert and Christine Gannage, was born at home last month with Marianne Doshi, 31, in attendance, said Sheriff George S. Whiting. The baby was not breathing and her heart was not beating when she was born, said a South Bay Fire Department spokesman. The spokesman said fire units rushed the child to Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco shortly after the birth, where she died several days later. Miss Doshi, arrested Friday, attended California Polytechnic State University for four years, but allegedy did not have a midwifing license when the Gannage baby was born, Whiting added. A registered nurse, 33-year-old Cherilee Virgil of Moroba, was also arrested Friday for investigation of practicing medicine without a license in the home delivery of another baby. Whiting said. 11 Sale 6.99 !9 Reg. $9. Multi-colored striped golf shirt is easy- IK 1 f J -Xi4 "2S' I care polyestercotton knit with button placket v' , I and chest pocket. S,M,L,XL. 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