Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 18, 1973 · Page 17
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Galesburg Reflistef-Moil, GQlesbufg, HI. Wednesday, April 18, 1^73 J7 IMiic. if. Charles Mtnion, 7, John Lfni«y Fr«ii(tr, i. JH«n Corona, ». Hcftert W. MulHii, 11. These are numt«rs ol human vtetims attriliutd to Mouaed man itturderars in California. TlM maaa ilayer Is a muoh dttfarent kllltr than molt' murdffari who strlht hut oneir Naarly 90 par eint of the tim^ the vletim Knows the onaHimt slayer, hut the mass murdafit often ti • loner who strikes at itranieri, and usually without undaritandlhle motive. Dr. Ihervert H, rraalif, Harvard piyehiatriat and itOf dent of mufdtr. dividii muUi' >liiliyffl into four kindi. OM dMi'know the vietimi^ hii lamily; whieh in his parlneii he Mleves to be a MUMing crowd oMreising him. Aiiothar type is after a ftartloular hatad individual^ and hapMna to kill others who get in tnt way. New—But Wis Easier Now Than Century Ago A thlM typt haa sometlilng ohyaiologieally wrong witii his brain, and la a|)t to kill again and again m tpliodes of high stress diaries Whitman, who blaaed away from a University of Texaa tower and killed i5, had a brain tumor, The widely publicized California cases seem to involve the fourth category—generally paranoid schizophrenics at their worst {periods. This kind makes lists, kills one and Ju'st keeps going. "The illness isn't enough," says a. Stanford psychiatrist, "Something'-a breakdown, alcohol or other drugs«4)as to push them over the line. Once they act on the impulse, the next one is easier." Dr. Seymour Preshhach of the University of California, Los Angeles, says, "It's easier to commit mass murder than JOO years ago," Meaningful statistics are not available, but both New York and Washington police report a sharp Jump in homicides in which the victim probably did not Itnow the killer. But Dr. Pernard Diamond, University of California, Ber-i Iteley, a law professor as well as a psychiatrist, downgrades the sociological factors. Like most academic experts. Diamond also downgrades the role of narcotics, although drugs were involved in the Manson, Frailer and MuUin cases. "We can still safely say th^t those influenced by drugs are a tiny percentage of those influenced by alcohol," Diamond says. "It's a ratio of 10 to 1, or 100 to L" A Cobbles casual at an unbeatable price. A lively llttia casual with a lot going fcr it. Classic good looks, cheerful^olors, comfortable fit. And, a price that's Irresistible. 214 E. MAIN ST. PH. 342-1313 OPEN 9:30 TIL 9 EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY "The Sunshine Shop" CLEARANCE SPRING COATS Famous Label Misty Harbors, Youthcraft and Fashion Built, Drastically Reduced! Ragulorly to $50 NOW ^28 Ragulorly $55-$65 NOW.—- ^38 Ragulorly $70-$80 NOW ^48 Ragulorly $85-$95 NOW ^58 Big Selection Reduced Now Before Easter. See Tapestrys, Wools, Polyester and Wool Knits, Plus Discontinued Styles of Misty Harbor All- Weather Coats and Jackets Slashed for Quick Clearance. Truly a Beautiful Selection at Low, Low Prices. Plan Easter Egg Hunt Muriel Francis, Marty Johp* tQa, RlMnda Sswlcrs aid fsffy AiMirMii, from left, look over prlicf to bt airardod at an Eaitar fff bnit to be Aoid bound MWood Nige gchool April II from tim -M p.iii. thoy are part of a com- mlttoe planning the hunt, ivUcb li being aponiored by Woodhnll-Alpha Jaycee Women. Easter E^g Hunt Is Set At Woodhull WOODHULL - WoodhuU-AV pha Jaycee Women will sponsor an Easter egg hunt on the grounds behind AlWood High School here Saturday from 2:303:30 p.m. Rain date is April 28. Youngsters should bring a sack to carry eggs they collect, and pre-schoolers must be accompanied by an adult. Children from pre-schoo]| through sixth grade may participate in the egg hunt and Easter basket judging. Prizes, gifts and candy for the event have been donated by Woodhull, Alpha and Ophiem merchants. Childreil must register before the event to be eligible for prizes. Roy Willett reported that the VFW-Jaycee community celebration has been tentatively set for July 14-15 when Woodhull- Alpha Jaycees met last week. Ron VanDewalle, Cambridge, and a group from the Aledo chapter were guests. Terry Anderson reported that 50 trees have been planted in Alpha and Woodhull as a club project. Members voted to publicize the farmers' viewpoint concerning meat prices as a public relations project. It was announced that the community clean-up project being sponsored jointly with the Boy Scouts will be April 28 at 9 a.m. A $50 donation to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ward, Alpha, was approved. The Wards' 2-year-old daughter was seriously injured in an accident at her home two weeks ago. Honey Sunday profit was $300, and a pinball machine sold for $50, it was reported. The Junior Sports Jamboree was set for May 12; May 19 is the rain date. AlWood High School band, glee clubs and mixed chorus received superior ratings in a state music contest at ROVA High School April, 14. The AlWood mixed chorus was the only one in its class to receive Division I ratings. Classes are determined by a school's enrollment. Larry Olson is instrumental music instructor, and Mrs. Estelle Miller is vocal music instructor. Les Goff has announced that boys 7-15 interested In playing Little League baseball this summer may register at the Woodhull ball diamond April 29 or May 6 from 1-3 pjn. Parents' signatures are required at the time boys register and a $2 insurance fee for the season must be paid. Mrs. Anona Palm, WoodhuU, and Mrs. Ruby Whimpey, Alpha, attended a Delta Kappa Gamma meeting April 14 at Cambridge United Methodist Church. The program was presented by a Moline instrumental group, "The Grace Notes." 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