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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - October 18, 1970, Florence, South Carolina10-a sunday october ii to Jhn Nulty Florence mall these specials Good thru tuesday oct. 20th. Arrid extra dry 89 60z.can value Derma fish skin body conditioner 69 60z. Value Toni Home permanent regular 52.29 value 89 Gillette super stainless steel Blades 10 s value 99 Colgate Mouth Wash 69 12 of. Value listerine Throat lozenges 77 45 s value kleenex 3 for 77 tissues 29 value Modess tampons 1 11 value noxzema skin Cream 16 of. 99 european naturals hair colouring value 125 sunday Only gallon heritage House ice Cream Only 59 Good news for Claudia miss South Carolina Claudia Turner of Spartanburg receives the 22nd Millionth copy of Good news for modern to Day s English version of the new testament from chief translator or. Robert g. Bratcher of new York at a luncheon in Columbia. Through sponsorship of the Christian action Council and the american Bible society cooperating churches and groups will seek to distribute More than a half million copies of the new translation in South Carolina on nov. 15. Quebec continued from Page 1a accept ment s the provincial govern last offer and free the hostages. The provincial government offered to consider parole for 5 of the 23 terrorists Levesque blamed the Fly for the military occupation of opposition to the government motion in the House of com Mons debate was led by the conservative and the new democratic parties. Such opposition centers on the Clampdown on civil liberties under the act. Police May search and arrest without warrant and detain suspects without charges or bail. Robert Stanfield Leader of the conservatives suggested the government introduce a. Bill next week to Deal with terrorists without relying on the sweeping Powers of the War act. Trudeau. Promised to consider this. In outlawing the Fly the government provided maximum penalties of five years in prison and fines for anyone hav ing anything to do with the movement which wants Quebec Nixon campaigns for gop in Mary land Baltimore my. A Nixon made her first Solo 1970 Campaign swing saturday on behalf of Maryland Republican candidates while her presi d e n t i a 1 husband stumped through four states in the North East and Midwest. Mrs. Nixon said it was very exciting to be on the Campaign Trail again but expressed Relief that her husband was t on the line this time. She said she pre fers to Campaign for someone not quite As Wor wearing women surged Forward and she pressed the flesh before return ing to the chopper parked on the Lawn outside. The Baltimore rally at Friendship Airport Drew about 500 persons crowded into a hotel ballroom to meet mrs. Nixon and vice president Spiro t. A new s wife. Gubernatorial candidate Blair who is a former aide to Agnew took the Opportunity to Jab at his democratic opponent gov. Marvin Mandel As a Man who could raise taxes but witnesses describe hijacking Moscow a eyewitness accounts of the hijacking of a soviet airlines to Turkey said saturday the gunmen threat ened to blow Irp if the passengers tried to thwart the attempt. The incident thursday the first successful hijacking of a soviet Airliner was described in the soviet government new spa a per Izvestia. The account gave no Indica Tion the hijackers had Politica motives portraying them in Stead As common bandits we carried illegal Gold and Mori than in . Currency. An Aeroflot stewardess was tilled and a crewman was wounded in the attack. The hijackers were identified by turkish authorities Asko Royero Brazinskas and his son Almedas both of soviet Lithuania but the soviet press has not mentioned their names. Witnesses told Izvestia report ers that the elder Brazinskas landed a note to the stewardess about 10 minutes after Takeoff rom Batu i near the turkish Border and said give this to he the Izvestia account continued when she headed for the cock lit Brazinskas rushed after Ier. She realized what was Hap Jiening and shouted to the plots being Brazinskas forced his Way nto the cockpit brandishing a awed off Shotgun and shouted Turkey the stewardess was shot when she existed. Brazinsky s son jumped up of a front seat and ordered be 46 passengers to stay in Leir seats or Well blow up the three hand grenades Here attached to his Belt. Then the younger Hijacker joined his father in the cockpit province made Independent of the rest of Canada. The government motion is exacted to come to a vote Lay and Trudeau s Liberal y has Enos High votes in the House of commons to approve t. A Cherry red Wool jacket dress she spent about an Lour each at rallies in Hagers Owh and Baltimore shaking lands signing autographs and boosting the candidacies of i. Glenn Beall or. For Senate c. Stanley Blair for governor and George Hughes who s running or Beall s 6th congressional District seat. Mrs. Nixon journeyed by Marine helicopter the 60 Miles from the White House to Hagerstown in Western Maryland where several Hundred women had gathered in a Motel lobby. When Beall told the Crown 45 minutes later that she had a Ter. Tight schedule to maintain mrs. Of our could not Rais Eithe aspirations i i of non la i j Fate still Uncertain Eisenhower plug gop in St. Lou s St. Louis a inspection of a boy scout campsite and a political get together aboard the Mississippi River showboat Goldenrod highlighted a Campaign visit to St. Louis saturday by David Eisenhower and his wife. Julie president Nixon s Daugh Nixon said i just Don t want to miss a about 40 More Nixon stumps continued from Page 1-a Nixon also made mention of the Antiwar demonstrators at Lancaster pa., although he was met by a Friendly audience. At Teterboro the president urged tie great majority to reject the Rock throwing and obscenity shouting tactics of a Small minority and to speak up with their votes. This Small minority with its obscene language i t s Rock throwing has Given Many the impression that they Are the Nixon old a crowd in Teterboro. Don t answer in kind Don t shout obscenities Don t throw he said to cheers from the crowd. It s time for the great majority to stand up and be counted. One vote is Worth one Hundred obscene at Teterboro and an earlier Stop in Burlington it. Nixon faced vocal protesters who pleaded in shouts and signs Stop the in Burlington where a few stones were tossed his Way Nixon said i heard some of the Young people Here and outside shout Stop War Well that is what we Are trying to in each Stop Nixon began his speeches by praising Republican candidates and sunday Only Sunbeam bread 2for51c Florence airlines to Charlotte leaves Al . . . From Charlotte leaves Al . P. M. 662-7593 talking about local issues but shifted to discussing t h e administration policy o n Vietnam because of the dissenters. He barely started his Speed at Teterboro when the Antiwar demonstrators Only a Small minority in the crowd of in an air plane hangar began to chant one two four we Don t want your obscenity War and other slogans. Nixon was drowned out by the noise when his supporters began to out shout the protestors with we want after the shouting subsided Nixon told the audience that shows them that the silent majority is not going to be silent any it was after several More interruptions that Nixon got to the Central theme of his speech in which he told the crowd to vote nov. 3 for Republican candidates for Congress. In new Jersey Nixon urged election of Nelson Gross who As state gop chairman played a key role in helping Nixon win the Republican presidential nomination. Nixon said Gross has the momentum and will go Over the top in his Campaign to unseat sen. Harrison a. Williams jr., . He said that As senator Gross would help us not Only to achieve peace in Vietnam but also to achieve our goal of a full generation of in Vermont Nixon plugged for re election of Republican sen. Winston i. P r o u t y against a Challenge from former democratic gov. Philip ii. Hoff. He credited Prouty with urging action to see that there will be no fuel shortage this Winter. Nixon spoke in Burlington in snowy weather before an Airport crowd of several thousand. The grandson of former presi Dent Dwight Eisenhower arrived with his wife saturday morning. They were met at Lambert Airport by gop officials including atty. Gen. John c. Danforth St. Louis county supervisor Lawrence k. Roos and 2nd District congressional candidate Phillip Hoffman. Part of the Nixon family s Jush for Republican candidates a the nov. 3 election the Eisen Hower trip promoted the Senate Campaign of Danforth against incumbent sen. Stuart Symington. I Ankara Turkey a the state radio announced sat urday that the lithuanian born father and son who hijacked a soviet Airliner for political Asylum in Turkey had in custody of the special Security Branch. The broadcast did not say if this meant Koro Yero Brazin Skas 46, and his son Almedas 18, would be returned to the so Viet Union As Moscow is de manding or allowed to stay in Turkey. There was no word either Danforth and his aides took David and Julie by Auto to the Beaumont scout reservation in Eureka mo., just Southwest of St. Louis. Inspecting about boy scouts on hand the Eisenhowe ers were Given red White and Blue neckerchief. The group moved next to a meeting with Danforth Campaign officials aboard the Goldenrod. Rom the court in Trabzon that s studying the Hijacker s re quest for Asylum and Moscow s extradition demand. The heavily armed Brazin Skas forced a Domestic flight of he soviet Aeroflot line carrying 51 persons to land at the Turk ish port City of Trabzon thurs Day. The stewardess was shot dead in the hijacking and three other Crew members were wounded. All of the except passengers an the serious wounded Pilot were flown Bac to the soviet Union Friday an the hijacked plane an Antono an24, was repaired and flew of of Trabzon saturday. The elder Brazinskas a quoted by turkish press report As saying he and his son woul rather die than go Back to rus he said they had pulled the first successful hijacking of soviet plane to have my Sor educated in a free Senate Survey finds gasoline much alike Detroit a Advertis no claims to the contrary the brands of regular Gaso Ine Are substantially As alike As aspirin sen. Philip Hart d-mich., said saturday. The results of a . Senate Urvey indicate that the con Umer is Well advised to buy least tar Treever he finds it the cheap jest As Long As the service suits Hart said. F investigators of the Senate and monopoly sub Ommittee Hart is chairman went to Phoenix los Denver Pittsburgh Detroit and Flint mich., to col act gasoline samples at various lying station pumps. The Sam is were forwarded to a gov Ament Laboratory in new Cumberland pa., Hurt said Premium gasoline was not tested. A total of 24 brands of regular gasoline were tested and All Fel within the 91-95 octane Range Hart said. If All gasoline have essentially the same performance characteristics it raises a Seri Ous question As to whether a Shell dealer for example can be legally required to buy his gasoline from Hart said. Off Brand stations he note buy their gasoline from big company refineries and sell the same Gas for less. As far As the consumer is he said gasoline s most beneficial additive would be Competition among the refi firework Stvtz i Luruth St Vaughans Folh Alt. Markit Jordan s furniture co. Florence s largest discount furniture store your Sealy posture edic dealer Pamplico . The _ Home town Bank Why such dedication we have Only one Home Florence bigness for the Sake of big Ness does not interest us. The thing that interest us is to utilize to the fullest our As sets perform Ance influence and Dedica Tion to make Florence and the great pee Dee a better place in which to live to that end you have heard us say Many times that we Are totally geared and dedicated to the heart throbs of Flor ence and the great pee Dee and where Dollar profit is not won t you join us we believe you will find the relation ship pleasant and meaningful. Something to think about we invite you remember at the guaranty you have a Friend thank you Bank and Trust company Foi in sunk main office Cheves at Coit St. Phone 662-0474 downtown Branch Irby strut Branch 5-foints Branch 119 Street 17li w. Palmetto St. F Orence South Carolina member

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