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Thomasville Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Thomasville, Georgia 63 226-2400 P.O. Box 650 THOMASVILLE, GEORGIA 31792 MONDAY MARCH 15, 1971 PER Changes Over To The ROY Answer Four Fire firemen made four fire runs two of them to false 4:46 p.m. a false alarm was turned in for 404 the other p.m. for 1111 Wright St. Firemen found no fire at either p.m. firemen were called to 101 Junius where a guest in the home of Roy Trefftzs inadvertently dropped a butane cigarette lighter and it rolled under a catching the bottom of the sofa It was out when firemen Damage was 10:50 p.m. a house caught fire at 404 Fern St. Damage was minor and the cause of the fire was still under investigation But No Patrol here reported only seven minor accidents on highways in the post none with Newspaper at Susie Dunlap 6th graders are putting out their own printed by pupils in 6-4. It even has a crossword such as these at East Side where the 5th graders the teachers there are giving points to the At the end of 6 weeks you get your If you had enough you could buy extra recesses or a kick at a girl or I wish we could Guess Or under knew a guy that was so that if he fell down he was out of Lincoln married a woman named Mary She came from a high-class family and was very Some one asked President Lincoln why the Todds spelled their name with two Lincoln one d is good enough for God but the Todds need Or what do you think of your foreign How would I I've never had one Or you know the astronauts space suit cost I wonder how much it cost to clean Or remind me of the restless and you make me Those are by Charles Dollar note left over from last City Commission Supt. Roland Clayton was explaining the for sewers in the city which is being shared on a 50-50 with the federal government which granted the city 463,000. The total amount comes to for the Clayton informed and he needed a notion to make the deal Lilly made the always van ted to make a million dollar Set On Road County Commission meets in special session at 10 a.m. to complete the road priority lists to be sent on to he State Highway session of the City originally set for to hold a public hearing on the Urban Renewal was delayed at Urban Renewal Department's until next Monday the regular meeting of the the same meeting the City is expected to the city's new budget and later City Manager Juford McRae and Police Chief R. T. Alley are expected to pay raises for policemen and firemen and to the some promotions in the PoUce Department to fill Hit By Diane 9, of 602 W. Jackson was lightly injured when struck by an auto at College and ackson at 4:14 p.m. driver of the auto was Gary E. Inman Robert H. who said the giri crossing at the intersection and was struck by the right fender of the was taken to Archbold Memorial Hospital for and treatment of abrasions on the face and ear lit was not Mishaps In other minor accidents were reported in the city er the 8:18 p.m. yesterday at Jackson St. and Hadley tos driven by Thomas E. 402 Warren and R. 204 Robin Hood Patrolman Bishop said no one was Both 3:08 a.m. Saturday James Madison Addison of lost control of his vehicle and it struck a gas pump Truck Stop on U.S. Hwy. 84. No one was d Patrolman Butler who At 6:18 p.m. Saturday at Madison St. and Albany tos driven by Walter E. Rt. 2, and Mayfield Melrose Patrolman Bishop d no one was 4:35 p.m. at Hansell St. and Smith Ave. autos driven Adolphus Bass of Atlanta and Helen H. Rt. 2, Patrolmen Louis Jackson and David Alien said no was L. EDWARD KELLY something and edition of the Thomasville marks a milestone in this newspaper's it has been produced by the method of the most sophisticated method possible future editions will use the same basically Many in the are yet to be worked but the emphasis is on high-quality printing and clarity of has been a rough weekend for all departments of the especially the as they closed out the old method of printing and changed over to the new they continued to produce the daily they had to learn the whys and wherefores concerning BEEN no advance ballyhoo on our are proud our newspaper is now being printed by space-age Coming in addition to black and white will be plenty of photos in full changes will be noted in today's edition and you will be seeing many We think all them will enhance the newspaper's appearance for the enjoyment of our always has been a highly progressive newspaper endeavoring to stay in step or ahead of changing times and Offset is just another of our steps a desire to give our readers and advertisers the finest product a result ol the dramatic today's edition was late going to For this we apologize and ask your MAKING the change-over to the has closed down its own mechanical It has contracted with a new known as Printing to produce is a new located at Madison and South in a remodeled building originally built for and occupied by the old Crystal Ice an has been designed and equipped as a printing It plans to print other tabloids and similar in addition to the OWNERS L. and John D. Kelly and L. are also the principal stockholders of the which publishes the Thomasville of which L. Edward Kelly is president and and John D. KeUy is secretary-treasurer and Daniel L. Kelly was manager of the Enterprise and continues as on Page 8. Col. 3) To Sponsor Petition For County War Boston photographer Stanley Forman felt the wrath of a woman liberationist while covering their seizure of the Harvard University School Viets Launch Heavy S. Viet Vietnam Vietnamese troops launched heavy artillery and tank attacks against a South Vietnamese base in Laos today and threw up a wall of antiaircraft fire against U.S. helicopters supporting the field officers ground fighting was reported Vk miles southwest of Fire Base the headquarters of the South Vietnamese 1st Infantry Division's 1st The base is about nine miles southeast of U.S. helicopter was shot down and several others were But sources said American gunships knocked out seven enemy medium tanks six miles north of Lolo after the tanks opened fire on the base with 85mm said two 150mm artillery pieces at the base were slightly Gen. Pham Van of the 1st Infantry said the North Vietnamese were moving two regiments into the region around the Asked if he thought they would attempt to take Phu but they will try to do something south of Lolo and they must move some troops south of Lolo to defend Highway 914." is east of winding Highway 914, one of the main arteries of the Ho Chi Minh and is the main operating base for South Vietnamese troops sweeping the westernmost section of the said was hit with about 3(X) rounds of 85mm rockets and mortars Sunday night and Initial reports said three South Vietnamese were killed and six but at least a score more wounded were unloaded from helicopters at Ham a forward base on the DRIVE - Adm. Thomas chairman of the Joint Chiefs of said Sunday the South Vietnamese strike in Laos is about at the and has North military He said the operation was worth the cost in and and the suffered by the North Vietnamese was Underway Ga. prosecution urges upon the jury today the conviction of Lt. William Calley Jr. in the slaying of Vietnamese civilians at My start of summations by Capt. Aubrey Daniel comes on the third anniversary of the day that Calley received his instructions for the next day's fateful assault on the 27-year-old, balding first lieutenant is charged with the premeditated murder of not less than 102 human the trial judge ruled Sunday Calley can be convicted of murder if the jury finds he killed even a single ene of penalty for premeditated murder is life in prison or The jury of six officers also could return the lesser verdicts of guilty of which has a maximum sentence of life or voluntary manslaughter with a maximum of 10 Kennedy at first had also included involuntary manslaughter with a maximum of three years but reversed jury could also find Calley innocent on any or all of the four that he killed 30 at a trail intersection in the 70 at a ditch east of village and caused the death of a child and a dressed in will recount the testimony of nearly 100 witnesses over the trial's four-month lawyer George the 70-year-old former judge of the U.S. of Military Appeals said his summation will take two to four Daniel has the option of following Latimer with a closing jury of one four majors and one captain will receive a long list of instructions from Judge Kennedy Tuesday or then begin deliberations in foot room a few steps from tihe court newest fraternal Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 3427, has voted to attempt to secure necessary signatures on petitions to call a referendum on the was announced today by James E. Murphy Eagles and Gary ' They Ihe vote taken at the last last to said we do not favor of liquor in feel it is an project for voters of both Democratic and The group seized the building March 6 it The University presented said officers of the a restraining order last which they have have conferred Forman is chased by one girl who had tried leaders in him from taking pictures of TO Decatur County ( and surrounded by a few more of the girls petitions to get to the m m m ^T I B n I of printing petitions to get WW I I I I I the hands of 13,692 voters in If would be about A A I 0m and Murphy said IM IW K 1 General Assembly passed before adjourning makes it possible to vote individually on Northern Ireland of the outlawed Irish This now makes explosions and the publican possible to hold such of ammunition intended to An clay only sophisticated Soviet and factory which recently laid apd does not automatic weapons iso workers was bombed the whole new tension to today in a rural area 30 would cut down on Ireland from The plant was Murphy forces acting on a Pensively damaged but the city option unearthed 4,()00 rounds be necessary to for submachine guns Three young British the 7,549 registered some for the russian Ka- unarmed soldiers were imide the city rifle which has been f their bodies piled on this 35 cent by the North Vietnamese lane 300 yards from sign petitions The cache vote on at a deserted to 2,642 according to is a most sinister official registration list officer ammunition appeared to been manufactured in or at least packaged members and about eight in terrorist blasts issued Jan. 5, said the the emphatically not between both the the Roman CatLic as well as between rival to help us on page 6, col. 3) Galley's Trial this of women and be sequestered for the took Charlie Company since the trial to sweep through 12. hamlet, a collection of was the leader of The soldiers which carried not of Company's but on My a women and to be bristling with was testimony they 48th Viet Cong to deatte herded to the testified he stood with the of the company in conceded that he March 15,1968, his men to kill at orders for My Lai but said it was on Ernest the specific He being at the trail lieutenant and or even knowing testified those the killing of every claim of obedience thing in My will be one of the LT. WILLIAM he specifically forbade for the jury to
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