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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 18, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaPoliceman Barbecue set today Florence police department s annual pre thanksgiving Barbecue dinner and Turkey shoot is schedule wednesday according to police sources. The annual affair sponsored by the police club is a Benefit from which the proceeds Are used for Upkeep and maintenance of the police clubhouse and fir ing Range As Well As for other charitable endeavours in which police participate. The dinner is being held wednesday at the pee Dee shrine club near Florence municipal Airport just off . Highway 301, North. The dinners will be served starting at noon and sales will continue until the Supply is depleted usually about suppertime. Also at the shrine club begin Ning at 11 ., will be the shooting matches for turkeys. Guns targets and shells will be furnished but India urls May South Carolina for 1971, and first provide their own Shotgun if they desire. Last year the Barbecue and Turkey shoot was moved to the shrine club from the police club House on Black Creek for con Anco personal Teniende of the general Public testimony. Plates also will be available on a j the reign eng my Lai continued from Page 1-a could not swear lie saw him shoot. All three who said they were members of Mitchell s company at my Lai. Said they did not see bullets from Mitch Ell s gun hit anybody. Sledge and Olsen recalled tuesday by defense attorney Ossie Brown testified they had heard Conti say at it. Hood oct. 13 he Mitchell tried to get me killed in the Field and i Don t care if they hang him it. Mcpherson a. Capt. Ernest Medina com Mander of Charlie company when some of its platoons swept through my Lai appeared with his lawyers at a 90-minute closed article 32 military equivalent of a civilian grand jury hearing. Medina 34, of Montrose colo., said he was pleased the army has reopened its investigation of his Case and said his attorneys would present More evidence at future. Hearings to prove the army s charges against him Are baseless Medina is charged with Claudia Turner featured on program miss . To speak at Church Calvary Baptist Church of Florence will hold a stewardship emphasis service thursday at . In the Sanctuary. A possibility for any civilian miss Claudia Turner miss j deaths in my Lai and also is charged with murder and As Sault with a deadly weapon. The army had announced in August that article 32 hearings testimony ends in trial Here re runner up in the America pageant 1970 will miss be featured in a program of songs take out basis. Miss South Carolinas is attending Converse traditionally it has been held College Spartanburg on a on the thursday before special thanksgiving but this year it is plans Christian on the Medina cases were completed but last week suddenly said More hearings would be required to examine unspecified new evidence. The hearing could result in Medina s court martial or in on wednesday due to conflicts of court schedules police said. Music scholarship but to Transfer to the he conquered the his piece by piece woo Imp adults Only color the Darlington Cinema shows . University of South Carolina where she will major in Elemen tary education. Miss Turner is presently Mak ing personal appearances for the miss America pageant j throughout the Southeast last year. Miss Turner started Little theater s production of the sound of she was also the spa to Spartanburg weather girl and originated her own radio talk show youth in announcing with All the trimmings Henny Penny next to Golden Angus Steak House Timmonsville Highway dismissal Lim. Of charges against testimony in the trial of a Florence Man charged with six counts of violating the National firearms act was completed Lere tuesday in . District court. Judge Charles e. Simons jr., presiding Over the one week Erm of Federal court set Wednesday As the time for resenting arguments to the nine Man three woman jury selected to decide the guilt or innocence of Warren c. Davis. Davis operator of Ivey s dress and Pawn shop went to he stand in his own defense tuesday. During his testimony Davis stated that he. Sold All the guns to Robert c. Sides under the impression that the latter was a licensed gun dealer. It was revealed in testimony monday that sides purchased the 17 weapons in question including three rifles four shotguns and 10 pistols or revolvers while working As an undercover agent with the alcohol tobacco and firearms division of the . Treasury department. The purchases were made Between june and Pec. Davis said he met sides at the Home of Jack and Barbara Horger near the Small town of Cope in Orangeburg county. Sides denied monday that he met Davis at the Home of the forgers but said he had been to the Home. Sides stated he met Davis Only at the Pawn shop in Florence Davis testimony was backed by mrs. Horger and s. M Terrane of Yorktown va., identified As being in the roof and Sheet Metal business. Terrane said sides had been drinking on City news briefs consumer education course is scheduled i e inc. Now a consumer education course will be conducted at the Poynor Community school for adults according to mrs. Ernset s. Allen director. Running for five weeks on monday nights Only the course will be taught from.7 to . And will cover six main categories food clothing and shelter cars health and appliances family Security the Law ways to handle Money and ways to shop with supplemental j lessons in each area mrs. Allen said. Mrs. Allen said the program includes f i 1 m s t r i p s and audiotapes and is a full detailed j curriculum covering 39 areas of i concern to Consumers. A fee of j will be charged she said. Basketball film a free film on the fundamentals of basketball will be 1 i i j shown at the Florence family saturday at 10 and 11 Bob Danner Myca director said the film has been approved by Many Florence basketball coaches. Who s who John f. Rhem or. Of Florence is among is Wofford College seniors named to who s who among students in american universities and colleges. Rhem son of or. And mrs. John f. Rhem of 1025 e. Edisto wednesday november 1970 3-a 40 Dill from National saw of at 40 the alleged meeting Day at Cope. While Davis was on the stand he prosecution asked about prior court convictions. Davis said he was convicted in 1968 for a session or conspiracy to possess stolen goods in Florence Bounty. Also he said he was convicted in Virginia on a charge of transporting stolen oods across state lines. Mrs. Davis testified for her husband also. She told the jury hat she was responsible for keeping the store s records and hat she just did not have time enter the sales in the record wok. She introduced a second record Book showing the entries or some of the sales but admitted that the record was Nade after agents sized her permanent record Book in a Setareh on dec. 11. Mrs. Davis also said that she did not know records were required to be kept on the Sale of personal guns explaining that he weapons sold in june july and August to sides were the property of her and her son and not the Pawn shop. The weapons sold in december she said were Fig Urvi show High for wednesday i Olard net invalid Conill Metal api forecast fair and mild weather is forecast Over most of the nation wednesday. Rain and showers Are slated for the Mississippi Valley Section from the Gulf coast extending up to the great lakes area. This precipitation band is being pushed toward the Eastern coast by a cold front surging Down from frigid weather in Canada. Pee Dee weather higher temperatures due increasing cloudiness with Ris in be Temner one ing temperatures is forecast for were not entered in a rec re Toa according to Book because she was under the impression she had seven Days in which to do so. The woman testified that Atco agent Billie i. Abercrombie told her on the Day the search warrant was served that she should get her records up to Date. She said Abercrombie who had been to he store earlier in the year to explain the meaning of the 1968 act told her someone would pick up the completed records at a later Date. Abercrombie denied such a statement in reply testimony. The Case is expected to be completed with final arguments wednesday. In another Case judge Sim Mons agreed to accept a change of plea for Heyward Loraine Easterling 47, of Hartsville charged with transporting a stolen Auto across state lines. Easterling. Who earlier had entered a plea of not decided to change his plea to guilty. He was sentenced to two years in prison suspended to four months and a Fine of the . Weather Bureau report last night., the High will be in the mid-60s with the Low tonight in the Low 40s. Winds will be southeasterly 7 to 14 Mph. Tomorrow s Outlook Calls for a continued warming with High temperatures in the mid gos. This warming trend will continue As the High pressure front entered along the coastal states continues to move eastward Over the Atlantic. Winds in the pee Dee will turn to the South and South East today to help in the warming. Weather information for the 24-hour period ending 7 . Yesterday. Temperatures highest 59 Normal High 66 lowest 32 Normal Low 42 mean 46 Normal mean 54 below flood stage and Halle change is expected for the next 24 hours. Lake Levels a t. Nerf Lake Clark Hill 321.2 feel Aboul titles later icon Myrtle Beach and Ormano Ocean drive Georgetown Light add 45 be Hortwell 648.j feet about 12 minutes Murrells Inlet and . My i Pool. Lake 435.7 feet about 6 feet below full stage. Lake Marion 74.8 Felt 2 feet below full stage. Loke Moultrie 74.1 feet about of feet add 35 minutes Hawleys Island add 20 minutes. Myrtle Beach Ocean drive tides revival services to begin today revival Sevics will be con ducted at Rumsey memorial pentecostal free Church at Coles Mo-3 Mo-5 0 precipitation j Conway 7 16 3.9 yesterday 0 this month .69 j Effingham 1-1 u 5.7 total for year 32.62 Normal or month Kingstree 12 16 231 pee Dee 19 16 11.9 humidity River statement 7 82 1 . 7 . 50 no rainfall was reported during today Sunrise Sunset . Moonrise . Moonset past two Days. All Rivers remain the Well wednesday nov. 18 thursday Friday nov. 20 saturday nov. 21 sunday nov. 22 High Low High High Low High nov. 24 wednesday nov. 25 italian Comden Cheraw Woody s Barbecue a. we Cater to groups during the week phone 562-3347 or 493-5438 Pamplico hwy., Florence Lay away now Cannon s Cycle Center River bulletin pm stage Date Hgt Cage prec 23 17 2.3 1.3 0 30 17 8.7 will Baptist Cross roads according to i Rev. W. C. Osborne pastor. It was related to the court each plus five years probation. Beginning evening that Easterling transported a y.30 y Rev Herbert to j j general supreme Dent 1969 Cadillac from Hartsville to Manheim pa., and attempted to sell the vehicle at an Auto auction. Easterling s attorneys told the court that the defendant in is working toward a degree in i lists he did not know the car history. He is the Secretary of the Wofford College student Council a member of the president s advisory Council a member of the scabbard and Blade and the Blue key. Two arrested two men giving their addresses As North Carolina have been arrested in Florence on charges of possessing burglary shows at phone 662-2931 g. P. F. 11 Airport Universal Pieciuk go

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