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Post by WelshChappie on December 13th 2016, 5:07 am

Galaxy I have something for you to check out if you don't mind.

I've received an email from a friend and fellow Kane enthusiast and they've discovered something extremely interesting. In a published newspaper report stating that Larry Klein was a member of theatre group 'the Lamplighters' in 1969 and was employed as the stage set designer in the production running at that time, 'The Mikado'.

Any chance you can dig into this and find out if it is 'The' Larry Klein?

If it can be determined that this is Him then this would be huge.
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Post by WelshChappie on December 13th 2016, 3:16 pm

Galaxy, heres the actual page lnk:

https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/39016301/
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 13th 2016, 6:30 pm

WelshChappie wrote:Galaxy I have something for you to check out if you don't mind.  

I've received an email from a friend and fellow Kane enthusiast and they've discovered something extremely interesting.  In a published newspaper report stating that Larry  Klein was a member of theatre group 'the Lamplighters'  in 1969 and was employed as the stage set designer in the production running at that time,  'The Mikado'.

Any chance you can dig into this and find out if it is 'The'  Larry Klein?

If it can be determined that this is Him then this would be huge.

Here they are, just for the sake of reference -



(Hayward Daily Review. 10/12/1969.)



(San Mateo Times. 12/10/1969.)

A cursory search didn't yield anything other than some variations on the articles above. I'm not sure how I'd be able to confirm that these are references to Kane short of actually corresponding with somebody who worked for the Lamplighters during the period in question - I'll keep digging, though.

Kane was previously employed as an M.C., so an interest in theater doesn't seem too far afield of what we already know.

A very interesting find, regardless.

EDIT: credit to Gregory Haugevik for discovering these.


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Post by WelshChappie on December 13th 2016, 7:21 pm

I know it's not plausible G to ask You, or anyone for that matter, to categorically say one way or the other.

I don't have access to the actua published paper archive so I was kinds hoping it may have offer a tad more specifics. Something like, " Klein, who resides on eddy St. designed the stage sets that were fantastic"
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 13th 2016, 7:28 pm

WelshChappie wrote:I know it's not plausible G to ask You, or anyone for that matter, to categorically say one way or the other.

I don't have access to the actua published paper archive so  I was kinds hoping it may have offer a tad more specifics. Something like, " Klein, who resides on eddy St. designed the stage sets that were fantastic"

Hope my post didn't come across as snarky, as it certainly wasn't intended that way. To the contrary, I actually think it would be a worthwhile endeavor to review the names of the individuals mentioned in the articles above to determine if any of them have an active presence on social media...I doubt it, particularly given their ages, but who knows? At this point that would probably be the only way to get a definitive answer on the matter.


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Post by ophion1031 on December 13th 2016, 8:03 pm

WOW!!!! That could potentially be a huge clew!
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Post by ophion1031 on December 13th 2016, 8:05 pm

"...it will feature new sets by Larry Klein..." to me that sounds as if the Klein being mentioned was a known set designer or had at least done some work in the past designing sets. Maybe not though.
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 13th 2016, 8:19 pm

ophion1031 wrote:"...it will feature new sets by Larry Klein..." to me that sounds as if the Klein being mentioned was a known set designer or had at least done some work in the past designing sets. Maybe not though.

according to this, he was a contest winner...



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Post by ophion1031 on December 13th 2016, 10:14 pm

That one is a little hard to read... can't figure out a way to zoom in on it.

Nvm, I squinted and read it haha. This makes sense that he would use Klein at that time because I don't think he was using Klein much then and probably wouldn't want to draw attention to "Larry Kane" or whatever name he mostly used in that area. Sorry, I am half asleep and not making sense. Derp!!
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Post by WelshChappie on December 13th 2016, 11:55 pm

Galaxie500 wrote:
WelshChappie wrote:I know it's not plausible G to ask You, or anyone for that matter, to categorically say one way or the other.

I don't have access to the actua published paper archive so  I was kinds hoping it may have offer a tad more specifics. Something like, " Klein, who resides on eddy St. designed the stage sets that were fantastic"

Hope my post didn't come across as snarky, as it certainly wasn't intended that way. To the contrary, I actually think it would be a worthwhile endeavor to review the names of the individuals mentioned in the articles above to determine if any of them have an active presence on social media...I doubt it, particularly given their ages, but who knows? At this point that would probably be the only way to get a definitive answer on the matter.

No you didn't come across that way nor did I become.... OFFENDED! Ha! That word again that is disallowed as an action because someone may not agree with a statement made.

Anyway, I would malfunction in communication if sarcasm and irony were made illegal tomorrow.

But anyway Galaxy, as always Mate, anything you can\do find will be both useful and appreciated.
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Post by Richard Grinell on December 14th 2016, 1:04 am

San Mateo Times; December 10th 1969, Copy and pasted
Wednesday, Dec. 10. 1 969 G S Potpourri Is Tradition To Savor Beverly Sills, the superstar of bcl canto smgmg and Marilyn Home, who with Joan Sutherland, has ushered back the Golden Age of Song, will -both appeal- in concert next year under the auspices of John Kornfeld. The former will sing at the Opera House on April 27 at 8:30 p.m. and the latter will 'be at the Masonic Auditorium on January 24 at the same hour. antasticks' Goes Black "The Fantasti'cks." the musical iiit now in its fifth year of San Francisco performances, will play several extra performances at the Ghirardelli Theatre late tliis month. In addition to its regular brilliant lyrics in al: music hls- :ory. Al! of the Lamplighter favorites were on stage with the exception of Peggy Overshjner. The sets by Larry Klein and Jerry. Gere were excellent with the first scene depicting Titipu and the second the castle from Ruddygore. The whole shew was a labor of love for the entire cast and its enthusiasm communicated i itself to the sold out house. After a rousing rendition by Georgia Prugh of the "Champagne Song" from Die Fleder- '.aus the cast paraded through the theater to the lower lobby where patrons were served champagne. All in aH. a gala occasion for the Presentation auditorium and .one which sets the mood for the "ore " "Patience,' 1 "Io!anthe,"il970 season which will include By MARION RUSSELL The Lamplighters' Fourth Ann u a l champagne gala added excitement and festive hospitality the Bay Area holiday season with the best Gilbert and Sullivan potpourri yet. It is a tradition to be clutched to the breast and nurtured so that it becomes as much a part of the scene as the Nutcracjer Ballet. Under the apt directim of veterans Orva Hoskinson, Ann MacNab and Gilbert Russak, selections from solid favorites such as ".Mikado" and "Pinafore" were interspersed with lesser known but equally delightful numbers from "Ruddy-

San Mateo Times October 17th 1969
The Lamplighters, San Francisco's resident Gilbert and Sullivan Repertory Company, will open a brand new production of "The Mikado" tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. at the Presentation Theatre, Turk and Masonic Streets. Directed by Arm Pool McNab, it will feature new sets by Larry Klein,

Contact the Lamplighters for info at mailto:info@lamplighters.org
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Post by ophion1031 on December 14th 2016, 1:53 am

I'm almost positive that the Larry Klein we are looking for is this guy...

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0458859/?ref_=nv_sr_1

"Since joining Dick Clark Productions in the mid-70's, award-winning Larry Klein has produced numerous shows spanning multiple genres from series to live awards shows, such as 'MTV Music Awards' and the 'American Music Awards'. Along the way he has also produced live events such as 1985's 'Live Aid' on ABC and 2004's 'Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope' for NBC. Along with his television credits, Larry has been behind hundreds of corporate dates, major festivals, fairs, and casino events. For the last 20 years, Larry has spent his time living between Los Angeles and Turks and Caicos. Larry's passion in life is working with talent and his biggest honor was being featured on the cover of Turks and Caicos Magazine in Summer 2015."

Here is a photo of him:
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Post by Richard Grinell on December 14th 2016, 2:03 am

Good find, another dead end. However serial masturbator and petty criminal becoming artistic designer I suppose was a stretch.
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Post by ophion1031 on December 14th 2016, 2:15 am

It's still possible! Never close the door all the way unless you can rule somewhat out 100%. That's my philosophy anyways. But then again, I pick my nose more than any person on the planet, so don't listen to me!
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Post by ophion1031 on December 14th 2016, 2:16 am

Plus, I might be wrong. I'm pretty damn sure that is the same Larry Klein, but not certain.
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 14th 2016, 4:11 am

ophion1031 wrote:Plus, I might be wrong. I'm pretty damn sure that is the same Larry Klein, but not certain.

Eh. My only reservation with this is that Larry Klein was (and is) an extremely common name. Is there anything tying this guy to the San Francisco Bay area?

As there's nothing in Kane's past to indicate an interest in artistic design, I agree that this 'lead' is a bit of a stretch. Having said that, Kane *did* have a background in the performing arts so it's possible if not necessarily probable that this translated into a broader interest in the world of theater.
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 14th 2016, 4:17 am

Galaxie500 wrote:
ophion1031 wrote:Plus, I might be wrong. I'm pretty damn sure that is the same Larry Klein, but not certain.

...My only reservation with this is that Larry Klein was (and is) an extremely common name...

Case in point -

http://relationshipscience.com/larry-klein-p3553797

http://www.marinscope.com/archives/dead-man-s-wake-set-in-mill-valley/article_6e43c085-dece-57de-beec-87f07b470c35.html

"A lifelong theater devotee, Klein majored in stage direction in college and toured with a production of Edward Albee’s “Zoo Story.”

He worked for more than 30 years for the San Francisco Opera, as associate technical director and later as technical director. He also served for three years as the stage manager for Lee Sankowich’s production of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.” Currently he is the technical director of Marin Ballet.
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 14th 2016, 6:24 am

Galaxie500 wrote:...
Kane was previously employed as an M.C., so an interest in theater doesn't seem too far afield of what we already know.

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Post by ophion1031 on December 14th 2016, 8:04 pm

Exactly, it is a common name. I have no idea if the Klein I posted is the same guy. Did some research on the guy but didn't find anything that makes me believe he is the same guy. He started working in the business around the same time it seems, but I didn't find a link to the bay area.
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Post by Galaxie500 on December 14th 2016, 8:44 pm

Yeah. It's one of the things that makes researching Kane such a colossal pain in the ass.

Anyway, I'm pretty sure this is the guy we're looking for -

http://www.marinscope.com/archives/dead-man-s-wake-set-in-mill-valley/article_6e43c085-dece-57de-beec-87f07b470c35.html
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Post by ophion1031 on December 14th 2016, 10:01 pm

Galaxie500 wrote:Yeah. It's one of the things that makes researching Kane such a colossal pain in the ass.

Anyway, I'm pretty sure this is the guy we're looking for -

http://www.marinscope.com/archives/dead-man-s-wake-set-in-mill-valley/article_6e43c085-dece-57de-beec-87f07b470c35.html

So this is a completely different Klein? Not Kane, not the guy I found?..... a family member's suicide kinda sounds familiar. Didn't a possible Kane relative commit suicide?

EDIT: Nvm, I was thinking of Mabel Clare Cain, who was stabbed to death. Got that mixed up, and she probably wasn't related to Larry.

EDIT 2: Says your Klein had worked in theater for over 30 years so that answers my question... I think you got the right guy. Kind of a bummer that it didn't turn out to be Kane. That would have made things really interesting.
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Post by Rocketman on December 15th 2016, 2:13 pm

I really like the work you are all doing on Xen. He might be the best suspect to come along in quite a while even with little info on him.
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Post by WelshChappie on December 15th 2016, 4:02 pm

Galaxie500 wrote:Yeah. It's one of the things that makes researching Kane such a colossal pain in the ass.

Anyway, I'm pretty sure this is the guy we're looking for -

http://www.marinscope.com/archives/dead-man-s-wake-set-in-mill-valley/article_6e43c085-dece-57de-beec-87f07b470c35.html

Researching Him can be extremely frustrating yes,  try submitting a FOIA!  It literally took almost Two Years to get His arrest record etc via the FOIA.  I filed the first one literally asking for the record of a Lawrence Klein, who assumed or used alias of Lawrence Kane etc etc and because this was my first ever attempt at Filing a FOIA, I hadn't added or shown proof of individual being deceased and the FBI officer kindly write back stating my request had been received but before they can proceed they needed proof of Death. So I reply "Sure..." Then send death and burial details for a 'Lawrence Cane' in Naveda. I bet they read it and though someone was taking the piss!
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Post by WelshChappie on December 15th 2016, 4:08 pm

As I've always said, it was Miss Betts who was crucial and instrumental in the third FOIA being successful because She gave me a document for Lawrence Cane which had the all Important FBI No. associated or given to Lawrence personally.

I will always be grateful to Sandy for that and refuse to take any credit for securing the documents I did without acknowledging Sandy and Her help.

It became much easier when it was known He was legally called Kaye after the legal name change. Up to and including the time that THE FBI replied sending His Info, nobody knew of the name change and that Kaye was His legal Name.


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Post by WelshChappie on December 15th 2016, 4:17 pm

Rocketman wrote:I really like the work you are all doing on Xen. He might be the best suspect to come along in quite a while even with little info on him.

Well I know one FACT that cannot be argued nor disputed regarding Xenophon as a suspect and it's this:

He is the only suspect, bar none, that has a piece of PHYSICAL EVIDENCE linking Him to The Zodiac Crimes.  That is in the form of the positive witness Identification. No other suspect or POI, and there have been twenty-five hundred of them over half a century,  has ever had a single piece of physical evidence linking them to Z.

Mr Anthony does which makes Him, for me, the man on whom I will focus above all others including, that is, Mr Kane.
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