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   Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - August 10, 1982, Altoona, Pennsylvania                                 Altoona Mirror, Tuesday, August ll, HW P*gr 7  Bl AIU ffl  cinemas L-J  swg„ fjjpjy I Trucker Kills 6 During Rampage  WI OMESOAT LL SCATS *1.90 TIL 2:00 PJR.  CHEECH & CHONG  mm PKT. I  TIIINtiS ARK TtlKiH ALLOVER  A High Flying Comedy.  Evenings 7:35 & 9:35 Wed. Matinee 2:00 for SI.50  GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas (UPI) — Officials said it was hard to believe job-related troubles triggered a trucker’s methodical grudge "agenda that left six people dead, including four bosses, before he was killed by police  But a dispute over whether John Parish was shortchanged in his paycheck from Western Transportation Systems two weeks ago may have been at the heart of Monday s 25-minute rampage that ended in his death in a hail of police gunfire.  Parish had been labeled a "troublemaker" by a grocery warehouse and had been banned from making deliveries there. Several supervisors in the transportation company said, however, he was an "easy-going" person.  Three people were seriously wounded while two others were injured when they tried to stop  Parish, 46. as he moved from office to office In an industrial park in Grand Prairie, a city of 70.000 between Dallas and Fort Worth  Police said the rampage could have been caused in part by his estrangement from his wife or a possible medical cause, such as a tumor or aneurism.  Authorities planned today to interview family members and hoped to receive results of an autopsy on Parish, who was hit by seven or eight police bullets.  "But what kind of legitimate reason can you havf for shooting six people?" Police Chief David Kunkle said  "The man obviously had an agenda He apparently had grudges against everyone but the two women who just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time." Kunkle  said  Parish had been a trucker for 20 years and joined Western in September 1980 ami had no police record Company officials said Par lib felt he had been cheated in his pay and talked with supervisor Eddie Ulrich, 40, about the problem twice "Neither time did he show any emotions, any sign of anger or any indication he was going to kill anybody. Ifs hard to believe that’s what caused it." a spokesman said.  Ulrich was one of the first three people killed when Parish — armed with an M-l carbine, a 25-caliber automatic pistol and a 38-caliber revolver — walked Into the offices of the Western Transfer Corp subsidiary, discussed the paycheck again, then opened fire Supervisor Martin Moran, 30.  Grand Prairie, and operations manager Moody Smith. 58. Lufkin, also died before Parish drove to another Western office.  There, executive secretary Wyvonne Kohler. 45. Arlington, was killed and two other people — receptionist Ruth James. 19. Alvarado, and supervisor Burnett Hart. 42, Arlington — were shot They were in serious condition late Monday  Parish next went to the Jewel T warehouse — where he reportedly had been banned — and killed supervisors Dave Bahl, 28. and Rick Svoboda. 37. both of Arlington. Kunkle said.  Authorities say Parish stole a semi-trailer truck from Santa Fe trucker Carl Lowrance. 47, Mesquite, who said his foot was broken when he climbed out a truck window to ascape the gunman.  ULIANI'  DINNERS  Far over 45 years our hobby has been hie continuous search tor unusual foods An avalanche of food awaits you at Erotisms.. Qjnners. served with 33 or more varieties of foods Combination of Italian and French dinners. 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Duncansville RD I Dolores I Bookwalter. 149 Clover Drive, Hollidaysburg Connie L. Brunner 1902 1st Ave John F Bryan. Box 323-D. RD 3 Anna P Bulger. 306 Beech Ave.  Dee T. Burfield. 5824 Beale Ave. Thelma L. Clapper. 1415 Blair Ave., Tyrone.  David W. Corte, Manns Choice Shelly D. Da vert* tier. Box 202. Tyrone RD 2.  Margaret A. Davison. Dysart John T. Dobbs Sr., 740 Logan Blvd., Hotltdayaburg.  Harry M. Enright Jr.. 107 E. Hudson Ave.  Robert F. French. 1307^ 16th St. Almira Gardner. 713 Logan Blvd Helen K Gargano. Box 407. RD  3  Debra A. Golden. 1903 Hamlin I Ave.. Tyrone  I Edith B Harder. 2101 3rd Ave Jay E Hoenstine. 4909 3rd Ave Mary E. Hollobaugh, 303 Campbell Ave  Robert M Jubeck. 1208 Crawford Ave  Nancy Ann Knee. Gallitzin Donna M. McGary. 221 E Maple Ave.  Lee Ann McGarvey. Fallen-tlmber James A McNally. Lilly.  Anna T Mux Selman. Box 657-A. RD 2.  Karen Louise Nepa, Cresson Helen E. Nickum. Roaring Spring.  Michael D Pedick. Patton Judy M. Ritchey. Claysburg Erie S. 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