Well, the Jutes originally came from Germany, as did the Anglo-Saxons. I haven't seen any names based on Eotes, either, but then, why would the Germans change the name to an Old English equivalent?
Here's at least one German website which supports the Juta = Jutes theory:http://www.7brg.de/Vornamen/wvorj.htm
"Juta" is listed as being an alternate form of "Jutta", which is "zu den ahd. Namen Jiute, Jut, Jot (die Jutin, aus dem Volk der Juten)..." Roughly translated, an "ahd" (Old High German) name derived from "the Jutin", the Juten people (Jutes).
So, you were born in 1952 or 1953? That may actually make you older than (or just about the same age as) Daividh here on this board. :)