Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 20, 1969 · Page 11
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Zodiac Killer Hunt Stepped-Up By DAVE SMITH The Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES-Law enforce- Fcar that he may not be kid- he killed Stlnc: To brer.k his ding cEiised California Atty. apparent pattern of previous m^oSfSorni 0 ^ T/'Tn' 5 t' C " '° «« « "^ ^ t o mudd "u,e men oincLrs ana California of-"Zodiac Killer Seminar" Mon-'phychiairic picture that had ticiais are intensifying the man- day of psychi'.rists and law of- 1 been dravn of him ! killer who | fleers to compile all Ihe psy-j Before Stine, all the victims with .each passing .day. . I Meanwhile, school busses in tern, the' killer siiot"and"robbed J-.dcno.ay. brings closer, the!all bay area counties have been Stine, a lone man, in the Pre- grisly-but unspecified deadline;put under close guard. isidio Heights district of San hP%vi r t n 33 · at ' ned ~ Wtol : A " *"-Points b"»etin warned Francisco. ne. win kill asam.' all school drivcrs . .,. I£ a Ul . e js it was after the second kill- 'ing that the murderer first phoned police. Four weeks later, he mailed a complicated cryptogram, in three parts, ..to the ^is^ssfssf^'^'^f^ er: Six and .a half months between the first and second, then two and a half months until the third, then just two weeks to the fourth. One since then. week has passed Or,, he agrees, the killer may already have claimed his sixth victim-- in a seemingly routine murder which could be revealed as his handiwork in a boastful letter that could arrive at some bay area newspaper any day. In the Zodiac's last letter to the San Francisco Chronicle Tuesday, he cfaimcd the murder of cab driver Paul Stine, robbed and shot through the head Oct. 11. The killer also twitted police for not finding him. in the area immediately after the killing. But it was the threat of his next crime that has galvanized one of the most massive man- I |^"'"--w» v.vi \ji OllUld licm Uj IVUCj the. bus in motion at all costs Instruct passengers to lie on the floor. Attract .as much attention as possible by sounding the horn,- flashing "the lights and, erratic driving if necessary." Lynch made a personal appea to the killer to surrender. "We will see," Lynch said, "that he gets help and that all his rights are protected. He is obviously an intelligent individual. He knows that eventually he wil be taken into custody, so it would be best that he give himself up before tragedy is written in blood. The killer's phone calls to police and his elaborately detailed letters to bay area newspapers--in which he. taunts police for their failure to catch him-- are viewed by psychiatrists as revealing several significant, possibly conflicting, , hunts-ami one of the greatest personality traits. wawpc m minim «-Jnpm in Cm-. ._ . * waves of public alarm--in San Francisco history. "School children are nice targets,"' the killer wrote. "I think I shall wipe-out a school bus some morning. Just shoot out the front fires and, then pick off the kiddies as they come bouncing out." CHIROPRACTIC 1. -Relieves piin--without drugs. 2. Restores health, without needless surgery. 3. Prolongs life, naturally, - . economically. He has a hunger for publicity which could indicate a person who feels he is neglected, that life has..passed him by, that he is looked down upon or despised, that his superiority is not properly recognized. 'He may have a deep desire --which he himself may not re- kins on the vines 1 . alize--to be caught and receive medical attention, but is unable to admit it or to forego the displays of cleverness which illustrate his unrecognized gifts. Inspector Armstrong admitted Saturday that the Zodiac's wil- ingness may even be the reason San San Francisco Francisco Chronicle, the Examiner and |troit schools, in the Army and at Wayne State .He has been an English instructor, department chairman, assistant principal and assistant superintendent. Greene's consultation will be beneficial in assisting participants in solidfying language arts programs for the CSC- Manual project. the Vallejo News Chronicle. The cryptogram described how killing people was "more fun than killing wild game in the forest because man is the most dangerous animaf. To kill something gives me the most thrilling experience. . ." Great Pumpkin To Find Colo. Patches Bare LONGMONT, Colo. (AP)- If Ihe Great Pumpkin descends on Colorado pumpkin patches this Knlloween he may. find himself alone with p a t i e n t Charlie Brown and Lucy in a bare and lonely field. Farmers in the area surrounding . Longmont, which, produces most of the pumpkins sold in the Denver area, said Friday 95 per cent of their crop was destroyed by pre-winler snowstorms which froze the pump^ The catastrophe, means most of the area's children who were planning to carve their own iack-o-lanterns may be buying hem pre-carved in Denver dime stores and the season's jumpkin pie fillings will most ikely come from cans. Dr. Marvin Greene Negro Leader Visits Manual Project, CSC Dr. Marvin L. Greene, superintendent of Region Five for the Detroit Public Schools, will spend Monday in Denver and Tuesday in Greeley in conjunction with the Colorado State College - Manual High School project. Monday he will meet with Manual teachers and the Citizens' Advisory Committee at Manual High School. Tuesday he will meet with the CSC faculty and students and then present a public lecture in the College Center at 4:40 p.m. The subjects he will be discussing are "Preparation of Language Arts Teachers" and "The Special Language Arts Programs for Minorities in Detroit." Born the son of a traveling minister in Alabama, Greene was .educated in the Detroit schools and earned three degrees from Wayne State University. He has taught in several De- Accident Darkens La Salle LA SALLE -- Electric power was cut off for the town of La Salle, some of the surrounding rural area and part of Evans Sunday night when a car struck a Home Light and Power Co. utility pole on the north of La Salle. The accident occurred at 9: p.m. when a car struck the utility pole in the median strip. The pole carrying a 12,000 volt distribution primary from the La Salle sub station of the power company fell and power from the sub station itself was interrupted. Home Light and Power Co. work crews had the sub station back in service by 9:57 p.m. and power was restored to most of the affected area. The power line was repaired and back on the line by 11 p.m. and the area on the north side of La Salle again received electric power. Details on the accident were not immediately available. Arlington Planning Carnival on Friday Plans for an annual school carnival were completed at a recent meeting of the Arlington Elementary School Parent- Teacher Society, held at the home of Mrs. Steve Teglovic Jr. Attractions at the carnival, to be held at the school at 6 p.m. Friday, include a candy booth, a Christmas booth and numerous games. Strikes Hit Great Britain Mon., Oct. 20, 1969 GREELEY TJRJBUNE Page 11 LONDON (AP) - Strikes in public transport, the coal mines and the automobile industry hit Britain today. Guards on the subways pulled a lightning one-day strike which tossed several million commuters onto buses and taxis but mostly onto the streets and a highly unaccustomed walk to work. The guards are demanding mileage bonuses equal to that edge given the motormen. Coal miners completely shut 15 down Yorkshire's 70,000-man collieries, some in other parts of England, Scotland and Wales. They overruled their own union's agreement with the National Coal Board and pledged to stay off the job until their complete demands are met. Vic Feather, Trade Union Congress general secretary, moved into another punishing strike in the automobile industry by convening the principals in the scven-week-old Standard Triumph walkout at Liverpool. It has thrown 30,000 workers off the job and cost the firm $16.8 million in lost sales. LONDON--Labor is opposing Common Market pacts. MOSCOW -- A park here is named for Ho Chi-minh. L (--ara. of .Jn BORQMAN We wish to extend our sincere thnnkn and appreciation for the cards find flowers and all oilier kind expressions of sympathy at the tinio of the death of 1 our loved one. The family of Albert Borgmun Hunting Guide Dies in Wyoming Of Knife Cuts MERNA, Wyo. (AP) - A 19- year-old Farson, Wyo., hunting guide has been found dead of ;i knife .wound, apparently suffered while cleaning an elk near the south fork of the Dry Beaver, 10 miles northwest of Merna. A search party of about 85 men found the body of Kirk Brown Saturday next to the elk. A physician in the group said the youth died from loss of blood from, a knife wound in his leg and from exposure. Brown had been reported missing late Thursday after a day of hunting near Big Piney. Mail Carriers Strike Again For Second Week ROME (AP) - Millions of letters, packages and postcards piled up in Italian post offices today as mailmen went out on a four-day strike. It was the first of a series of walkouts that will affect more than five million Italian workers this week. The mailmen struck for two days last week. SAIGON -- Women here have more daring styles. Two Fires Reported In Greeley A fire caused an estimated 53,100 damage at the home of Jim Carter, 2305 E. 16th St., at 3:22 p.m. Saturday. The fire was believed caused y a short in an electric drop cord and was located in the vail between a bedroom and lathroom. Firemen put it out vith pump cans. They reported there was $2,500 damage to he building and .$000 damage o the contents. At 8:52 a.m. Sunday firemen verc called to the apartment of Jim Pascavis, 2181 28th St., vhere there was a fire in a closet. Cause of the fire was unde- ermined. It was put out with a pump can and smoke ejectors were used for 45 minutes to clear the smoke from the apart- nent. About $250 damage to the building and $300 damage to the contents was reported. NEW DELHI - India plans Is own news agency. 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