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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Henley trial prosecution wants change of site by Jim Barlow associated press writer Houston Tex. Apr prosecution lawyers plan to Call a Rio average citizens to testify in their Effort to have the trial of Elmer Wayne Henley moved to another City. Henley 17, is charged in six of the 27 deaths of teen agers general in Bolivia saved from peasants by Isaac a. Levi associated press writer la Paz Bolivia apr troops skirmishes tuesday night with angry peasants protesting food Price increases and rescued an army general the peasants had taken prisoner earlier in the Day a government spokesman reported today. Information minister Guillermo Ulacia said two peasants were injured in the fighting near Cochabamba in Central Bolivia. He said the peasants who Are protesting recent too per cent increases in the prices of Basic foods made a an attempt at resistance and the troops were obliged to react. But they took care to cause As Little damage As in addition to freeing Gen. Juan Perez Tapia he said the troops cleared a 30-mile stretch of Road Between Cochabamba and Santa Cruz in Eastern Bolivia. The route is one of several the peasants barricaded with tree trunks and Large rocks to Block the movement of agricultural products to la Paz and other areas of the country a heavily populated Highlands. Several other roads were still blocked. The embattled peasants failed to carry out a threat to blow up a Gas pipeline Between the East bolivian oilfields and main pumping stations. The state Gas company said the line was working normally. The army said the peasants took Perez prisoner tuesday in the town of Pinata 32 Miles from Cochabamba when he tried to convince them to pull Down the barriers that had been thrown up on the main roads from agricultural areas in Southern and Eastern Bolivia. The food Price increases were ordered by president Hugo Banzer. The army sent 14 armoured vehicles and 18 truckloads of troops to free the general and open the roads. The weather killed Here Over a three year period in what police Call a homosexual torture murder ring. Don Lambright an assistant District attorney said a we plan to use people As witnesses who done to have any connection with Law enforcement agencies or the news Media. Just the average citizen who is the Type of person who would make up a District court judge William Hatten said tuesday in a pretrial hearing he had no Choice but to delay Henley a trial after lawyers for both the defense and the prosecution said Henley could not get a fair trial anywhere in the Houston area now because of publicity. After an hours testimony tuesday Hatten dismissed a defense motion to throw the whole Case out of court because of prejudicial publicity allegedly generated by police. Henley was arrested after he called police and told them he had shot and killed Dean Corll 33, at Corll a suburban Pasadena Home. Corll a death was later ruled self defense. Police say that Corll was the instigator of a homosexual torture murder ring and that Henley and another defendant procured Young teen agers a mostly their friends a and then participated in some of the killings and the burials. Henley is standing trial first in the death of Charles cobble 17. The other defendant David Owen Brooks 18, is charged in four of the 27 deaths and will stand trial later. Business notes Belk Beck changes Belk Beck co., with stores in Burlington and High Point has announced nomination of four to the group office staff in Burlington. A to jaw a Cia destroys watergate tapes Washington a Cia director William e. Colby says the spy Agency has destroyed All but one of its tape recordings made during the period of the watergate affair. In a Telephone interview tuesday night Colby said the Agency has Only one tape about watergate matters. A sen. Howard Baker asked us if there were any other tapes that bore on the subject and we done to have any others on this subject at the moment. We had periodic destruction of our tapes a Colby said. A transcript of the one tape has been entered in the record of the Senate watergate committee of which Baker a Tennessee Republican is vice chairman. The Agency provided the transcript to the committee. Baker confirmed in another Telephone interview that he had requested any Cia tapes bearing on the watergate affair but he declined to say what he expected to find in them. The senator said the Cia was cooperating and he expected to obtain something but he did not know How much. He confirmed that he had talked to Colby about the matter Over the weekend. Colby said he would give Baker the tape of which the committee already has a transcript and added a anything we own he can a Over the last 15 years we have made tapes but periodically they were torn up the Way you tear up old notes or old checks after income tax time. And we have not made any tapes in the past year a Colby said. Baldwin Gibson Petty Jenkins Wayne Baldwin has been promoted to group merchandise buyer and coordinator of the menus Wear division. Faye Gibson has been promoted to group merchandise buyer and coordinator of the ladies fashion and sportswear division. Harold Petty has been named group personnel and training director. Dan Jenkins has been named advertising and sales promotion coordinator for Belk Beck stores in the Burlington area. Horn National Heath to sch vice no a a us of ii of commute in forecast Al it rioted v cd. I,.1,1,0 not l�q.�0�0< cow Tolt Toto us a i Agraham is planning crusade in Norfolk sunny skies Norfolk a. Apr evangelist Billy Graham is tentatively scheduled to hold one of his religious crusades Here in either la a october or Early november. Graham definitely a has decided to come to the Tidewater area a Sterling w. Huston grahams crusade director said tuesday. The crusade will probably be held at Norfolk s scope a 10,400-seat coliseum. The evangelist will come Here from Rio de Janeiro where he is to preach in a 200,000-seat stadium the worlds largest Huston said. Mostly sunny skies should prevail Over Piedmont North Carolina today. Temperatures Are expected to continue above average for this time of year. For the High Point area the Friendship Weatherman expects Clear skies tonight with the Chance of rain near Zero. Tonight slow should be in the Low to mid 40s. Forecast North Carolina mostly sunny West and Cloudy East with showers or thundershowers Likely East today. Clear West tonight and partly Cloudy East. Thursday partly Cloudy. Highs today and thursday upper 50s to Low 60s mountains ranging to Low 70s Southeast. Lows tonight 30s mountains ranging to Low 50s Southeast. Highs thursday mostly 60s. South Carolina Cloudy and mild today with periods of rain and possible thundershowers East portion. Highs mostly 60s. Tonight and thursday partly Cloudy West portion and Chance of showers coastal sections. Lows tonight 40s Northwest to upper 50s coast. Highs thursday near 70. Three Day forecast North Carolina extended Outlook Friday through sunday variable cloudiness and warm. A Chance of showers saturday night and sunday. Highs will average in the 60s. Overnight lows will be in the 40s, except in the 30s Over Inland portions Friday morning. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 8 . Edt station thursday is forecast Calls for partly Cloudy skies and a to per cent Chance of rain. Thursdays High should be near 60. The Outlook for Friday is for Cloudy skies and warm with a Chance of showers. Today a High was expected to be in the Middle 60s, and last nights Low was 38. New coming soon to this area k0py.mt i if Quot cml it Ary in tort Hoer fruit a tart tacit my. In la int Mil us. Hwa Button of oration no Tiff Noko no Tim int a Attr tar i sumo con rot Porol soared of imn wit my a beaten be Nanc Boice real fit profits. Scad for Corfu fert fono Quot Hoft it. My Lotio nol front to do. 1304 inc Toio Al . Be. Imm watch for the downtown Survey coming february 3rd. It to 4 some straight talk about savings there have been More words printed and spoken about savings accounts in the last few months than we be Ever heard before. You be been bombarded with claims and advice of you Arentt confused its a Miracle. Well Here a some straight talk. We be always been interested in your savings. Its fully half of our other half is lending your savings dollars to friends and neighbors right Here in our Community to enable them to buy Homes. So you see your savings Are most important to us and to our business and to the Community we serve. And believe us we take great care of your savings dollars too. Each savings account is insured up to $20,000 by an Agency of the Federal government. And the interest rates we pay on the various types of accounts Are enough to make any investor Happy. So come in to see us today. Any one of our Friendly tellers can describe the various types of High interest accounts we be pleasantly surprised honest _ _ Piedmont use our drive in window. Or Park free in our big Lotf Call 883-4116700 North main cl-4-4 Asheville fog Augusta cloy Charleston cloy Charlotte fog Columbia rain Greensboro it cloy Greenville,. Fog Raleigh fog Savannah cloy Wilmington rain ii Mph 63 37 67 59 .80 69 61 .90 64 46 65 60 l.5l 61 36 58 43 64 48 t 75 61 .40 70 59 1.42 upholstery Plant new building completely conveyor Zed. Capable of 60 sofas i of chairs per Day. 8 acres for sex pension. Excellent labor Supply. Located in Central Indiana. Reply Box re 2 co enterprises you done to need a it of Gas to do a lot of work. Theres a lot of things we be been doing to Deal with the natural Gas shortage. There Are also a lot of things you can do. Right in your own Home. And it All boils Down to one simple thing. Use Gas wisely. Done to waste it. Done to think you have to turn your Gas Burner up High just to Fry a couple of eggs. And done to think your bathroom Mirror has to be steamed before the water is hot enough for a Shower. Fact is there Are a lot of ways you can save natural Gas. And our Home economics department is ready and waiting to Tell you How to do that. even come out to your House and give you a guided tour if that a what it takes. So Call your Piedmont natural Gas office and speak to one of our Home economists. Because the natural Gas shortage is affecting us All. So its important for you to save Gas and important for us to find new ways to get More of it to you. 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