The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on May 26, 1978 · Page 3
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Satanist Says He Killed PrincipalAs Sacrifice To Deol PLAINS. Texas iLTI) An 18-year-old self- professed Satanist Thursday testified he killed his high school principal as a human sacrifice to a devil he worshipped since the age of 10. Ricardo Lopez testified in his own defense on charges of shooting Whitharral High School principal Malcolm Omar Tripp April 7, 1977 on the steps of the school. Tripp was shot twice in the back with a .32-caliber revolver. "The shadow told me to go out and make a human sacrifice because the devil wasn't pleased with the sacrifices I was making," riopez testified. .^Defense attorneys Patrick Abeyta and Willis VD Incubation Times Corrected Incubation times for venereal diseases were confused in Thursday's edition of The News. Gonorrhea symptoms Usually show up in a week to 10 days. Syphilis symptoms can take up to 90 days to show up, if they ever do. JThe News regrets the «rror. PA. Pol. Adv. by Mary J«« Oiriittnun, 2902 A»t. P'/i, Galmton. Taylor op<«ed their case Wednesd.v, admitting Lopez kiljd the 31-year-old educator but claiming he suffere* from "acute paraneJ schizophrenia," a legal (Jfense in Texas. Urder Taylor's questioning, the quiet, at tinv-s barely audible wit- nes said he lived i'pr those tjnes when he practiced his jersonal form of sorcery- He testified he could not resist his devil's order to kill anyone. He outlined ways to cast spells and call up devils and testified he once "hoped to death a friend of a relative." He said the friend died in a tractor accident. Special prosecutor John Montford, hired by Tripp's family to assist Hockley County District Attorney Bill Boedecker, challenged Lopez' testimony asking, "Do you need to be resworn now/then, to tell the truth, so help you Satan?" Police who arrested Lopez have testified for the state that he gave them a statement saying he had planned Tripp's death two months in advance. Lopez testified Thursday he did not remember having a plan to kill Tripp. The defendant, a 17-year- old freshman at the West Texas high school when Tripp was killed, is being tried on a change of venue from Hockley County. Prosecutors have indicated they will ask for a life sentence if Lopez in convicted. Lopez spent six months in a state hospital last fall before he was found competent to stand trial. Maybe they are holding this big, big bash at the airfield i They say the airfield isn't BIG enough! FIRST TIME EVER! COMING SOMEWHERE IN GALVESTON THE SALE OF SALES! , > WATCH FOR OUR FULL PAGE COLOR AD IN SATURDAY'S PAPER! fMNTOWSKY^ f / f Jljo QJalln-atiu' JDatly JNVlua «i"A Friday Morning, May 26,1978 Subftcrib* Today I say it with diamonds THE AMERICAN CANCER Society will present an antique auto show from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Santa Fe Building, 25th Street and The Strand. The Ball High Key Club will be helping to set up the show. From left, first row, Key Club members include Dan Hern and Bob Wallis. Second row, from left, are Tom Schwartz, Don Castiglioni, Scott Fish, Jason Levy, President David Richard and Joe Curtino. In addition, the Ball High Photo Club will sell souvenier photos. Admission will be $1 for adults and 50 cents for children under 12. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. The public is invited. (Photo By Mary Anne Wilder) Bank Time Deposit, Savings Plans Changed Changes in United States National Bank's time deposit and savings plans, which will be effective June 1, were announced Thursday by J. Grant Byus, president and chief executive officer of the bank. "A new money market time deposit will be ad- ded," Byus explained. "These non-negotiable time deposits of $10,000 or more, with maturities of six months, will earn interest at a rate equal to the discount rate on the most recently issued six-month U.S. Treasury bills. "New IRA and Keough account deposits with a maturity of three years or more will be paid at a rate of 8 percent," he continued. U.S. National Bank will also add an eight-year investor certificate that will be paid at a rate of 7.75 percent. The minimum deposit will be $1,000. Time deposits of $100,000 or more will still be negotiable, Byus noted. "These new savings plans will allow the small investor to earn higher rates on their funds," he concluded. f Classified Ada } Get FAST Results! I OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES TAKE (if TO ONE YEAR TO PAY COMH »M AH* POII9HKI lit. To the Doctor, the Lawyer, the Butcher, the Baker, the Candlestick Maker, and Everyone Else Radio Shack introduces the most important, useful, exciting, electronic product of our time. The $ 599 personal computer. The new TRS 80. See it today! THE SURPRISING TRS-80 CHECKLIST EXPANDABLE? Yes. no hassling with major modifications Just add from a variety of peripheral options EASY TO USE? You don't have to know a thing about computers The user's manual makes it simple. /LANGUAGE? Y TRS-80 uses BASIC, a simplified computer language. /REAL KEYBOARD? Y Yes. A genuine 53-key professional type ,12" VIDEO DISPLAY? Y Included 1 High-resolution screen with brightness and contrast to adjust to lighting variations /SOFTWARE? Y Programs lor home, business, personal finance, education and entertainment available now and more to come , PERIPHERALS? Y Available' The hardware you need to make the TRS-80 rnto the system you want' /SERVICE? Y Fast TRS 80 service is available through any Radio Shacli store - we service what we sell' , DEPENDABLE? Y We're famous tor reliability and have been in business since 1921 /INSTRUCTIONS? f Our tnstructton manual h»s been acc/»*.T!S i rf fey our customers- both novices and 'pros /CREDIT PLANS? Y Yes' Master Charge and Visa (most storesl PROFESSIONALS? TECHNICIANS? Yes. they're using it to keep records and save time BUSINESSMEN? EXECUTIVES? They think it's the best thing since the cash register. HOME OWNERS? HOBBYISTS? They've been quick tofmd uses we didn't dream of STUDENTS? TEACHERS? TRS-80isthequick- est way to grasp data processing. It's true. TRS-80 is on demonstration and available from stock now at every Radio Shack store in this community! $ LEVEL-I WITH 4K RAM * 599 LEVEL-II WITH 4K RAM 698 LEVEL-! WITH I6K RAM S 889 LEVEL-II WITH I6K BAM $< *$599 system in stock, others may be ordered now. 988 Until the world's largest electronic chain designed and built the TRS-80 microcomputer there were only two ways to go Build a computer from parts and pieces as a hobbyist Or buy or rent a computer for your business or activity The cost was often in the tens ol thousands of dollars And what you got was probably more than you required. Radio Shack had a different idea to take the mystery out of computers AND dramatically reduce their cost, without sacrificing the essentials The result is TRS-80 More TRS-80 computers have been delivered to satisfied users than (as a safe guess) ANY other equipment of its kind Unlike many others. TRS-80 is not |ust for fun and games, it's profes sional It has its own 1 2" screen —it's not just another add-on to a TV set. And it's available from stock, not just another undeliverable advertising claim BeM of all. you can take \\ to any AC outlet plug it m and put it to work Our people can show you iisoenefits and unprecedented affordability Please come in to your nearest Radio Shack store And prepare to be very, very pleasantly surprised' EVERY TRS-80 SYSTEM INCLUDES: • 12" Video Monitor • Power Supply • 53-Key Keyboard •t Realistic' Battery AC Cassette Recorder • 2-Game Cassette • 232 page User s Manual GALVESTON TEXAS CITY GALVESTON • Weingorten Shopping Center 59th Street & Broadway • 4717 Seawall Blvd. DICKINSON • Pine* Point Plaza 1-45 at F.M. 517 TEXAS CITY • Tradewindi Shopping Center 915-20th St. North Order The TRS-80 toda at Most s ,ilso ,iva<i.it)lt' , De.iiots Look !< <n you' np-q l *ho i ' l » DIViS'ON O c TANDY PRICES MAY VARY AT INDIVIDUAL STORES

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