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May 31, 1956 Alerted Buffalo police await arrival of Canadiana after fight at Crystal Beach …expected trouble flared on later voyage Youths Riot at Crystal Beach, Fights Continue Aboard Boat – Dozen Arrested, Six Injured in Wild Disorders by Bill Callahan and Paul Jayes A riot involving whites and Negroes broke out at Crystal Beach yesterday and erupted again last night aboard the Str. Canadiana, which sails between Buffalo and the Canadian amusement resort. Nine Buffalo youths – five Negroes and four whites were arrested by Ontario Provincial Police during the afternoon melee at the park. Buffalo police arrested three others when the Canadiana docked at the foot of Commercial St. shortly before 11 last night. Six persons went to hospitals, and many others suffered minor cuts and bruises. F.L. Hall, Crystal Beach’s general manager said the disturbance was “not a race riot.” However, Cpl. J.E. Legate, of Ontario Provincial Police at Crystal Beach, declared it was “strictly racial.” Dozens of frightened young women left the Canadiana here from 11 o’clock trip. Disheveled and hysterical, and some with torn clothes, they told of a nightmarish ride, with packs of teen-agers roaming the boat’s decks and starting isolated fights. Seven knives were confiscated by Ontario police after the afternoon riot. They charged the five Negro youths with unlawful assembly. The four white youths, accused of creating a disturbance, were released in $500 bail each. Violence Starts On Afternoon Trip Violence flared on an afternoon boat trip to the amusement park, and after the three-deck ship docked, another series of altercations started. Tension centered around the park’s main entrance at Erie and Derby Rds. Nearly 400 persons milled around the first aid station there. In the following half hour, about 50 of those in the throng began hurling bottles and fist fights broke out sporadically. Seven knives were confiscated by 40 Provincial Police who rushed to Crystal Beach from stations at Port Colborne, Niagara Falls, Wainfleet and Ft. Erie. However, witnesses reported seeing many knives and other weapons during the riot. Five of those arrested were Negroes and four white. Of the hospitalized, three were white and one Negro. All are from Buffalo. Arrested at Crystal Beach were: Maxwell McDullough, 20, of 231 Grey St., Durtis Daley, 15, of 329 Pratt St., Reginald James, 18, of 146 Pine St., James Carswell, 19, of 60 Maple St., James Pickens, 19, of 413 Madison St., Peter Geuia, 22, of 48 Carolina St., Michael Guzzio, 21, of 245 West Ave., Anthony Pinto, 22, of 43 Virginia St., and Leo DiGuillo, 19, of 138 Dorchester St. Taken into custody at the Canadiana’s Buffalo dock last night were youths identified as: Richard Jenkins, 17, of 160 Dante Pl., William Brown, 16, of 352 Pratt St., and Eddie Howard, 15, of 69 Walnut St. Lt. John D. Duggan, of the Franklin Station, said the Canadiana’s mate held the three on the boat after shipboard fights occurred. No charges were placed against them immediately. Hospitalized were: Vincent Palladino, 18, of 736 West Ave., most seriously injured, admitted to Douglas Memorial Hospital, Ft. Erie, with bruises and lacerations of the head. He was kept for observation. Frank Campanelli, 26, of 118 Goethe St., lacerated left wrist, treated at Millard Fillmore Hospital, Buffalo. Charles LaMarca, 22, of 178 Congress St., lacerated scalp, treated at Columbus Hospital, Buffalo. Jarvis Jones, 35, of 173 Waverly St., facial lacerations, admitted to Millard Fillmore Hospital observation. Taken to Columbus Hospital by Buffalo police who met the Canadiana at 11 last night were: Kileen Lipp, 13, of 134 Conard Ave, Cheektowaga, back injury, admitted in fair condition. Carol Winkleman, 15, of 301 Beach Rd., Cheektowaga, released after treatment for bruises of the right leg. Both girls were injured when trapped by brawlers Three special policemen and two Provincial Policemen were at the park when the main melee occurred. They found themselves unable to cope with the situation and quickly called for aid. Woman, 35, Attacked By Girls on Midway Several other isolated altercations flared later. At 8 last night, several Negro girls assaulted a white woman about 35 years old and punched her in the face. Cpl. Legate said that incident occurred near the park’s bingo building. At least 10 persons required treatment at the park’s first aid station. Their names were not released. F.L. Hall, Crystal Beach general manager, said it was the “first time in 64 years of operation” anything similar to yesterday’s riot had occurred. Buffalo Police Meet Boat at Dock Here A row of nightstick-armed Buffalo policemen met the Canadiana when it returned here shortly before 8 last night. However, no trouble occurred at the dock at the foot of Commercial St. Between 15,000 and 18,000 Memorial Day celebrants were at Crystal Beach when the fights broke out. A boy and girl, Negroes, were injured in
The Zodiac Insists He Has Killed More (November 12, 1969)
The Zodiac Insists He Has Killed More (November 12, 1969)
In a letter to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Zodiac says he's responsible for seven victims, rather than the five originally thought. Scan courtesy of the San Francisco Chronicle. [Transcribed by me. Please note any errors you find in the comments.] "'I've Killed Seven,' The Zodiac Claims" San Jose Girls May Be Victims By Paul Avery The cryptic killer who calls himself Zodiac broke silence yesterday to claim credit for two more murders - possibly the young teen-age girls savagely stabbed to death in San Jose three months ago. "Up to the end of Oct. I have killed 7 people," Zodiac bragged in two letters addressed to The Chronicle in which he taunted police for having failed to catch him. Both letters were postmarked San Francisco. As proof the letters were from the true Zodiac and not an imposter, the mass murderer enclosed another portion of the piece of shirt he tore off the body of San Francisco taxi driver Paul Stine, his victim last October 11. The tidy printing, apparently employed in an effort to thwart police attempts to trace him through his handwriting, was sufficient proof Zodiac was the author. Comparison of the latest communiques with previous letters showed without doubt they had been written by the killer, as usual with a felt-tip pen. Beyond leaving several cryptic clues indicating that the newly revealed killings occurred last August, possibly in San Jose, Zodiac's latest correspondence - a long, rambling letter and a contemporary greeting card - revealed nothing as to who the two victims were. Their identities, however, may be concealed in another cryptogram which accompanied the greeting card and, as before, seemed offered as a challenge to cipher experts. Homicide detectives have forwarded copies of the cryptogram to a number of experts and expect it to be deciphered within a few days. They, too, feel that the new victims' names, or some other definite information regarding a specific double-murder or pair of separate murders, may be hidden among the strange symbols Zodiac puts down on paper. At the moment, the few tenuous links between the murders of the two San Jose girls and Zodiac are: - Zodiac hints the two just-disclosed murders occurred in August. Deborah Gay Furlong, 14, and Kathleen Snoozy, 15, were slain last August 3. - Zodiac used a long, thin-bladed knife in his attack at Lake Berryessa, repeatedly stabbing a young girl (who died two days later) and her companion. The bodies of the two San Jose girls bore some 150 knife wounds each - from a long, thin-bladed knife. - Zodiac's letter contained five cross marks which possibly refer to five attacks. Comparing these markings against a map, one interpretation that can be drawn is that they pinpoint Lake Berryessa, Vallejo (where two attacks occurred), San Francisco and San Jose. The girls were murdered in San Jose. - Zodiac tends to strike on weekends. And, in the Lake Berryessa stabbings, the savage attack came during broad daylight. August 3 was a Sunday and the attack occurred before dusk. Despite the circumstantial evidence, the police officer in charge of the San Jose investigation does not think Zodiac is the killer of the girls. Chief of Detectives Barton L. Collins is personally convinced that while the young girls were killed by a madman, it was a madman other than Zodiac. DOUBT "I don't think he's [Zodiac] connected with the case at all," Collins told The Chronicle yesterday after inspecting the latest letters from the killer. "If it was, he would have claimed credit long ago. "Zodiac is obviously an egomaniac. I cannot see him committing the brutal murders of these girls without wanting everyone to know," Collins said. Collins also pointed out that in the Lake Berryessa attack last September 27 Zodiac left at the scene the dates of his previous attacks. August 3 was not included. "It would simplify my case if it was the Zodiac. There'd be more evidence to work with. But it just isn't ... not in my book," Collins said. Some detectives assigned to special Zodiac squads in San Francisco, Vallejo and Napan even wonder if the killer's latest claim is a lie - a deliberate attempt to bait them and make them chase a wild goose. They cite "at least one lie" in his latest letter - the part where he once again insists he watched from a hiding spot the search in the area where Stine was shot to death in Presidio Heights. 'FALSE' "That," said Chief of Inspectors Martin Lee, "is a lot of ... poppycock. His description of the search activities is false. He wasn't anywhere around there. And it is preposterous that he was stopped and questioned by the officers. That just didn't happen." Police are carefully checking Zodiac's letters word by word looking for some clue that will lead them to the killer. Somewhere, they feel, he may have slipped and written something that will eventually bring about his arrest.

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