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Thomasville Times Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 9, 1971, Thomasville, Georgia No. 8512 226-2400 - - P.O. Box 650 Thomasyille, Georgia 31792, Friday April 9, 1971 Per The ROY children out of classes for the annual Easter the schoolyards seem deserted School Principal Lucile Jerger said she was well pleased with the response of parents and many who do not have children in who appeared to inspect the building and visit classes during open house they had there on the last day of school before vacation said she was surprised at the large number of parents with children who will enroll in the first grade next of them seemed interested in the classrooms and the teaching she said the two places which attracted the most attention were the two new portable classroom classes and the auditorium where the fourth grade classes were jammed together until the portable classrooms arrived recently and were put into Flags cans and American flags to be given away to residents of the Spring Cleaning 1971 area around Susie Dunlap School have been assembled and ready Walker Howard on cleanup April 17, said David project They are stored at Dunlap School headquarters for the Fires fires were reported in the city in the last 24. the first fire runs since At 12:25 p.m. a grass fire at 108 Augusta extinguished and at 1:31 p.m. a woods and grass fire on Pinetree Blvd. near Magnolia School was put Meet Newcomers Club is changing its meeting place next week to the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist Church instead of meeting at the Thomas County Federal Savings and Loan officers announced The meeting is set for the night of April 15. will hear Dan Trout of the County Chamber of and Mrs. Katherine Knapp talk about the 50th annual Rose Festival coming up will discuss the various way the chamber publicizes the Rose Show and Mrs. Knapp will review shows of the past and give a preview of what to expect this Minor minor traffic accidents were reported in Thomasville city police reported county school driven by Charles William Rt. 2, backed into a parked car owned by George 500 Junius at 7 a.m. in the 200 block of N. Madison St. No one was injured and damage was Patrolman C.R. Goff 5:43 p.m. autos driven by Graham Nelson and Eunice D. Rt. 2, were in collision at Broad and Munroe Damage was said Patrolman Butler who Overturns On U.S. 84 the State Patrol reported a truck loaded with concret blocks overturned on Hwy. 84 near the home of Rep. Henry Russell but damage slight and nobody Name of the driver was Only one other minor accidents was reported in the district served from the Thomasville Magazine the last issue of The Trooper Magazine published bv the Georgia Department of Public Safety was a picture of GBI Bentley of district supervisor of 11 counties in this area of being presented with the Peace Officer of the Year by ' Fire Chief Golden at the Exchange Club here In other little items sent in by the Sgt. commander of Thomasville State Patrol Post 12, it was announced that Trooper Vince Fallin is back at the Thomasville Patrol and that David Fielding was shifted to on Page 12, Col. Requested On U.S. War of Calley's memoirs His Nixon's Story of My and the case of Lt. Willaim Account of the Trial a have to be a congressional hearing 1.'), is an expansion of war of articles on Calley believe this is a Lai written by Sack for ' of highest national policy that the facts i be fully aired at the k they said in nation must look Calley they policy and ' duct of the war with such b ciples as ' In the they Nixon's announcement that aDEI PHIA - will make the ultimate fonner financial officers of ' - - - - Galley Penn a former ' n 1= A c T-r u A Street investment banker HANGS ON and lessened any respec two companies have been ' Hovers Near Tan Canh may have gained as a result by the nation's biggest these of secretly We consider the President Penn Central resources personal - tremely actions resulted in huge ' a losses and drove mm MMm A ' reorganization un- - n W FQ Court bankruptcy civil complaint filed wc have the in ll s - The secretary toward demagogy House and the L. Regler told reporters the high office of Republican have split think it would be the on whether President Nixon say at this time that the - a target date for as a ic date that was found guilty at - dollar was spelled POPE RECREATES and Democratic Whip The Pennsylvania Republican at least 22 Vietnamese in the action ' C. Byrd both say they be- made clear his belief that civilians three years ago at My I I President fonner of OPB withdrawal by Jan. 20, 1973 the 10 signing the joint Central finance last day of his am more pleased by are Phillip I heard in the than Don Edwards of R the White House said he Conyers of has no specific who along with of Don Cal Albert was one Minnesota Henry Oi and Byrd said in two Democrats at the Robert former to the betrayal news conferences conveyed a similar of and said no them the impression and William F. Ryan T New York around the Pope called the a final Vietnam did not state York and Abner Mikva ' Friday runaway when he briefed the West ni il commemorating the have leaders prior to his Democrat other of their address the very definite has hJp After morning and accused them from what was said Calley and writer John chapel earthly briefing also has advance for s schedule included the personalities Sen. Mark 0. a is in the Last Supper we cannot a longtime of St. Mary Major and he of the to attack if the date was by i -I ' Way of the Cross of the traitor weighs said he got no Byrd which under Hodge by Candlelight at heart of the in listening to think that is substantially acted as principal m During the service at but feel a shiver in adding is as I understood the adviser to Penn Mapr the pontiff was at the grave and for the President ComicS his kneel of it in such camouflaged and prostrate himself for that man if he so that the responded to Byrd's Heloise by the Penn Central of the been aren't quite by noting that 4 f Vietnam attacked proposals to set a filed for planned to carry a White House reacted withdrawal date as from the Colosseum to ic Inr to Scott's comments into the hands of the ruins of the Temple IS tor to the Hatfield is sponsoring practices and SKies through in which he to force all Ad avoid and Holy Thursday With fixed terminal out by the end of 197L Weattier concealed Pope wave and mild and Catholics leaving - Page 7. f f * * Jf the Conci and a i i A BAA OA Jk aI their control d Cl TG d G V I C G Kl ffH 111 n JUk I Im ft Mr I vi I I I I which the area churches will have Sunrise with various banks in observance of The following is - North sponsored rally of Viet Cong Targets of the shelling at made fy 1m roundup of Sunrise and Viet Cong troops defectors in the Mekong tacks included Da the Central and deposits Thomas County Ministerial Assn. will scattered harassing at- South Vietnamese 1,, at 6:30 a.m. with the Rev. J. Sedwick in South Vietnam said five and small arms ng by purchases night and today and and 23 civilians and the sappers were of made by two were wounded in by Enemy through Serv in the were not and other Sunrise Services at 6:30 a.m. The church highlands ' 30 Viet Cong and Dak To air by themselves and one mile SOUth on U.S. Highway 19. U.S. unit was attacked 25 moving under the cover of the central Services will be held for the northwest of barrage attacked of the South at the dealership at 6:30 Americans were the U.S. 20th Engineer Sth Infantry Division The Rev. Davis will be the featured and mortars 25 miles northwest of Khe 25 miles north of Easter Sunrise Service will be held at 6:30 allied air a dawn and the provincial tpr Dillon Presbyterian located on Dillon division were wounded Vi lhang m the Mekong will be the Rev Archie C .Id two Another 1,0 miles southwest broke up a ku Services at 5 a.m. with guest speaker the Rev. 12 ^^jroe. AP NEWS Viet Offensive The current North offensive in the central highlands is in the of one U.S. covering a much larger area than previous spring campaigns in the vast region Vici and Laos conif may he an to strate Lam 71!) the South Vietnamese invasion of seriously mine Hanoi's ability to strike and where it of their fire as at Dak in or Bon in Ihe time appear to be con an offensive -or the of one across two of biggest is among sonic Americans that the North will try to take over a in if for 110 other reason than to prove they can do sani one Ihe district town ol Pini in last week and came in the of one to the U.S. At least one more North effort a to tell the people of the re that isn't able to protect is a province that is one of least and placed U S statistics at or near the bottom ' in terms of It is a likely for such an people are highly independent who don't like Vietnamese and It lacks enough re troops to defend the U.S. 4th Division pulled out last the few Americans in are mostly helicopter units and other except for the attack on Nhon district town and oth er the enemy's pressure thus far has been confined mainly to Kontum Prov another huge rough prov ince just to the province of the Special Forces Dak Dak came under siege in years and of the bloody Dak where on Hill in November 1(K) were killed in five This Kontum is Fire Hase a mountain top outpost which helps guard the populated areas against in filtrating enemy has centered at Fire G since early according to responsible a battalion of the South Vietnamese 42nd wiis and a second was per cent wiped helicopter pilots attempting the survi vors told similar to that of the pilots Hying South Vietnamese to the having to be pushed off so the choppers could commander of one of the battalions was ordered off a helicopter at gun A 011&Scout chopper was so burdened with desperate soldiers that it into a tree while trying to take off. killing one an American commander refused to any helicopters for the rescue effort South Vietnamese flew They didn't ho the didn't
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