By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated November 14, 1997 12:00 AM

Veteran screen star Kim Novak, 67, watched her momento-filled house in Eagle Point, Ore., go up in flames yesterday. A deputy fire marshall told the Associated Press that the blaze was probably the result of a tree that fell across an electrical power line. Included in the loss were scripts to such Novak movies as “Vertigo” and “Picnic,” as well as her computer, which contained her long-gestating autobiography. Spared, however, was the animal lover’s menagerie, including horses and llamas, as well as the star’s husband of 23 years, veterinarian Bob Malloy.