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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaThursday sept Mur 10, 1970 9-b reds said poised for major South Vietnam thrust Saigon a a senior Al i lied commander said wednes a North vietnamese Force i equal to five divisions is poised i for a thrust against the popular Ted coastal lowlands in South i Vietnam s Northern provinces. I the announcement was made As North vietnamese and Viet i Cong forces stepped up their at i facts in the Northern sector of court delays smut report publication commission member Charles Iii. Keatingjr. Charged the re recommendation inc re peal of some 100 Federal and estate censorship Laws goes be Lyond its authority and ignores Congress mandate to find neans to control pornography. He also charged the commis Sion has acted to hinder Ham and make it impose b a of him to write adequate dissent Ling views to the majority re Ort. The recommendation for re Ial of All . Laws against Elling or show is obscene urns books and other material o adults was favored by 12 of the 18 commission members he Aid. The commission report also Ido redly recommends enact sent of Laws against exposure if children to pornography and against its Public display or use unsolicited mail advertise Lents. One of Kea ins s lawyers said the is acting on his own to get a a blurt injunction against the re has already been vowed by the House is keeping president Nix Jan s staff advised. Orthe restraining order issued . District judge Oliver Asch prohibits the commission in publishing or disseminating the report before a hearing sept. 18 on heating s Mot on for preliminary injunction against publishing the report. The final step would be a per manent court injunction Ether against publishing the report or against publishing it without meeting some or All of keat objections. Keating charged the commis Sion report ignores Congress mandate when it created the commission three years Aeo to determine whether More effective controls can be devised against pornography. The he sad completely ignored this in tent of Congress and did pro Duce a document we cd made a Sham of the Congress r concern involving traffic in of sch it and Keating said also he was de Nied Access to Basic material for his dissenting View was Given Only 150 pages while the majority report runs to nearly 10.000 and that he was to have had his report in by 5 . Thursday. I his action is filed against the j commission All 17 members a i pointed by former president j Lyndon b. Johnson and w. Cody j Wilson the commission s exec live director. Patrick enjoys Luck of Irish London a the Luck of the Irish paid off wednesday for 66-year-old Patrick Man who arrived in England with Only a few cents in his pocket and now has o Malley married with four grown children won his Fortune for a Penny cent on a British soccer Pool. J Marlboro adds Black Deputy Bennettsville Moultrie Robert Boston began his duties this week As Marlboro county s first negro Deputy sheriff. He is one of seven deputies working under sheriff Jack Weatherly. Two. Jailers and two secretaries also work under the sheriff. Prior to joining the sheriff s department Boston had worked since 1952 with the s. C. Highway department. He has lived in Bennettsville for a number of years. A native of Clarendon county Boston lived for a time in West Virginia where he at tended Public schools. He completed his High school work at Marlboro training school in Bennettsville More recently he has at tended classes at Chesterfield Marlboro technical education Carter in Cheraw. He holds a meritorious Public service award from the South Carolina Highway department. South Vietnam. South vietnamese it. Gen. Hoang Xuan Lam did not fore cast the tune of a new communist command offensive but other Allied commanders have been predicting an enemy drive in late october or Early novem Ber when the monsoons hit toe North. Lam is commander of the 1st military Region embracing the five northernmost provinces. He said 15 North vietnamese regiments of to five been detected in the 1st Region. At full strength a North Viet namese regiment would number 2.900 men. The Force de scribed would total North vietnamese units Are usually under strength however and the 15 regiments probably would not exceed Lam said the North Viet namese units were concentrated in the mountains near Laos and waiting for opportunities to Advance into the coastal Low lands. Their prizes would be such population centers As Quang Tri City and Hue the ancient Impe rial capital now nearly rebuilt after the destructive tet Offen Sive of 1968. Other enemy objectives along the Northern coastal Region might include Danang Tarn by hoi an and Quad Ngai City. Lam s assessment of the North reported by the govern ment news Agency Vietnam press came As the North Viet namese stepped up their Shell Ings and ground assaults against Allied bases in the Sensi Tive sector. Two new attacks were reported in Quang Ngai province in the Wake of the severe setback in the sector suffered by South vietnamese forces tuesday. In that attack North vietnamese troops shelled and assaulted a District Headquarters and a ran Ger Camp killing at least 34 South vietnamese troops and one american advisor and wounding 42 South vietnamese and three . Advisers. One of the new attacks hit at an american artillery fire base named Stinson Headquarters of a unit of the 198th infantry Bri Gade Miles Northwest of Quang Ngai City in the other assault enemy troops struck at a government outpost 18 Miles Southeast of Quang Ngai City the capital of the province. In the two attacks two South vietnamese soldiers and three civilians were killed and two South vietnamese soldiers and 13 american servicemen were wounded according to Field re ports. Enemy Losser were said to be 10 killed. To counter the massing of enemy forces the United states kept up its bombing Campaign. . B52 bombers staged three raids against the Northern provinces and six More against the to Chi Minh Supply Trail in Laos. At least three bombers participated in each raid for a total of some 27 individual strikes. In Cambodia die Large scale drive by government troops to open Highway 6 North of phenom penh As far As Kampong Thorn was reported stalled by Road barriers and blown Bridges. The troops reached Only about six Miles North of Skourn the jump off Point some 40 Miles North of phenom penh. One clash was reported by the cambodian command. In that encounter lasting hours government troops fought against North vietnamese forces on a Road Between siem reap and its Airport five Miles away. A government spokesman re ported nine soldiers killed on each Side. 72 hours to go on our Bowling Ball Sale Sale 16" Reg. 19.99. Tornado Bowling Ball. Made by famous Ebonite for Penneys. Comes in 10, 12, 14, 15 or 16 Pound weight. Sale 17" Reg. 21.99. Regency Bowling Ball. Blue red charcoal Gray purple or Avocado. In 10, 12, 14 or 16 Pound weight. Don Carter Bowling Glove 2.99 men s Bowling shoes. Soft leather uppers cushioned Heel pads 11.99 ladies Bowling shoes. 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