Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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I IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE 1973 THE LETHBKIDOE HERALD 13 ivkat Oblivious to prohibitive beach people settle In for a night on Vancouver's Stanley Park beach. Secret of youngsters have been seen sleeping on city in warm despite Murder victims frequent visitors at candy shop By JAMES P. SERBA New York Times Service Aug. 13 They used to hang around D ea n Corll's candy shop. They includ- ed boys from neighborhood and runaway kids from other towns. Dean was twice their age but he could fit in with them and speak their language. He'd give them motorcycle a'nd some of them wked for him before he quit the candy busi- ness and took a utility company job. are just some boys be picked up and I helped said Wayne Henley. he wrecked hit tolled and brought them down here and buried DIRECTS POLICE Wayne was showing the pollce where to dig. He and David both charged with mur- have led police to the shal- low graves of 26 teen-aged victims of sadistic homosexual abuse and murder in one of the biggest mass slayings in American history. The grisly spree ended last Wednesday the police Henley shot his a 33-year-old man who he and Brooks said had been leader of the three. But the police do not know when the slayings began. Hen- says he had known Corll only about two years. the other confess- ed had met Corll at the candy store several years but he told the police that Corll had talked of. killings prior to that. The candy store was In a lower middle-class white Hous- ton neighborhood called The Heights. Many of the suspect- ed victims lived an area where some 150 to 200 juveniles are reported missing each year. In more than juveniles are reported missing each year. there are more than one million re- ported missing each year. The first two victims to be through dental re- were Charles Gary Cob- and his Marty Ray 18. Both had dropped out of high school and had gotten an apartment three doors down from Cobble's par- ents early this summer. They had been hired by a roofing company two days be- fore they disappeared on July 25. Both called their paretns the next morning and said they were in trouble. .Young Cobble's parents reported him missing to the irjhce. The Jones youth's parents aid not. Last Wednesday young Cob- ble's body was found in a sub- urban boat storage police said he had been strangl- ed. Young Jones' body was also found there. He had been shot twice in the head wiUi a .22-caliber the police said. Frightened and bereaved par- ents of some of the suspected victims have accused the Hous- ton police of neglecting to search for their massing sons. The police contend that they are understaffed and swamp- ed with missing juvenile re- ports. Henley and Brooks all came from broken homes and had little education. All were described by persons who knew them as being polite and Two neighbors at Corll's last address said they could not be- lieve he could murder anyone. BACKGROUND OBSCURE Corll's background is some- what obscure. He was reported- ly born in Fort Ind. He served for one year in the army at Fort in 1954 and 1955 before getting a hardship discharge. He is be- lieved to have moved to Houston in the early possibly earlier. His parents have separated and remarried. His and sister said at his funeral Fri- day that they lived in Colorado but would not elaborate. His father is an electrician at Bay- lor Medical College in and neighbors said they had visited each other several times a weejt. David Owen Brooks told the police he met Corll while visi- ting Houston from his home in Beaumont several years ago. Brooks told the police that he had lived with CorlLJrom time to time after that. moved to Houston with his Alton who had separ- ated from his Mrs. Mary Chandler. She now lives In Tio- and said she had not seen David for four years. David was married a few months ago. His is reportedly pregnant. BOAT CAPSIZES JOHANNESBURG Twelve including eight women and two are missing and feared drowned after a small boat capsized in heavy rain while crossing a river near the village of Bela Vista in southern Mozambique the South African Press Association reports.