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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaBuenos Aires hit by rash of bombings Buenos Aires a a rash of terrorist bombings broke out wednesday the 15th anniversary of the revolt that toppled dictator Juan Peron. I Arontt a lorning fru thursday september in to 3-d two priests nominated Massachusetts voting eyed in no Surprise primaries the big brinks hold up this kind the company likes As Edgar a. Jones left president of brinks inc., holds up a Check presented As a Reward wednesday to company courier Robert e. Denisco 34, in Chicago. The latter shot and wounded a would be Hijacker aboard an Airliner in san Francisco. Denisco also gets a week s extra vacation and a raise in pay but has to pay for the Bullet he expended. Led Zeppelin soars Over beatles As world s top pop music group London api the beat band that has made Only three Les have finally been de Jap records in Britain. The As the official who s who and throned. J ties were second. J of the quartet that revolution a. I to those Over the age of in Britain the poll is regard year ago such As Mungo Jerry i As the of trial when c ind t off soft machine or Joe Cocker. Names like Frank were nowhere in sight. Sinatra sized modern music when they the upheaval in the pop scene j practically everyone with Long the Melody maker itself de Twan ged their Way out of a Liv was the result of an annual and a guitar or Organ May cleared shattering the Serpool cellar in 1962 were by the Melody maker Britain s sound the same. But the election Walls of the pop establishment pushed out As the world s lop pop group wednesday by the British fans who put them up there in the first place. Named As the new leaders of the pop world were led Zeppe Lin a four Man British Rock leading musical i results showed How much the have crumbled the new up pop Field has changed in the wave has finally taken Over thousands of readers of the Pasi year for the kids who listen noting that musical to he music. A total of 17 bombings were attributed to extremist pro Peron groups. Peron who now lives in exile in Spain was ousted by a civil i a n a i 1 i t a r y coalition that marked this Day for homage to the liberating revolution which deposed him. In the Only explosion causing injury one fireman lost an Eye and his right fingers while an other suffered damage to both eyes. They had tried to remove four bombs hidden in a Down town building. Damage was slight to most Sites where the bombs exploded but one Bank suffered extensive fire damage to its installations. The naval Center the jockey club and the Homes of several top military leaders and businessmen were among targets. One bomb exploded on the Stair Well outside the office of the associated press which is located in the downtown building of la Nacion a major morning newspaper. The explosion broke one window and a Light Covel. In ceremonies marking the anniversary of Peron s fall Jose Rafael Caceres Monie the minister of National defense de 3osited a Floral Wreath before he grave of the late president Lonardi who commanded the revolt against Peron. Homage also was paid to Jen. Pedro Eugenio Aramburu who replaced Lonardi As presi Dent two months after the re Volt. Aramburu was kidnapped and killed by Peronis sympathizers this year. Associated press writer Boston mayor Kevin h. White won the democratic nomination for governor of Massachusetts tuesday in the biggest Battle of primaries in six states that produced no major less nominations of two Catholic priests Are so rated. White lost his Home town but in the four Man race won by More than votes Over the party endorsed candidate Sena president Maurice a. Donahue. Gov. Francis w. Sargent was unopposed for the Republican nomination. Four democratic senators won renomination Edward m Kennedy of Massachusetts. John 0. Pastore of Rhode is Rev. R. F. Drinan defeats rep. Philbin land Henry m. Jackson Roffis Washington and Joseph d. Tyd Josiah a. Spaulding former Ings of Maryland. Hubert h. J g0p who won Humphrey easily captured the the nomination to face Kennedy democratic Senate nomination has said he will not make As is in Minnesota to Start a political sue of he Chappaquiddick weekly have voted the beatles into first place for the past eight years cast ballots in the pools. The poll was scattered names that even the most de Vout fans had never heard of a these prices Good All week we Are authorized to take food Stamps we Reserve the right to limit quantities Frozen foods Green collards 35 10 of. Pkg c Green Mustard 35 10 of. Pkg c meats Columbia Bacon l8. 59 beef tripe la. 29 spare ribs la. 39 Chuck roast la 59 end Cut pork chops beef liver la. 43 Chicken liver la. 45 rib brisket Stew la. 49 produce 10 la. N. 1 Irish potatoes 23 butter Beans 23c or by the Bushel Crowder peas 2lb 29c or a Bushel Corn e ears 23 c cabbage la 4c Che boy a Dee 15 of. Can Spaghetti meatballs 35 Dreher pure lard with 5.00 or More order 4lb. Pail Happy kids. Peanut butter 32 of. Jar 77 mazola Oil 1qt. Jar 79 fag Rice 3 la. Bag 49 Rolls pkg. 10 grits 5lb. Bag 49 Patmore flour 10lb. Bag Jack s Short cake cookies Flor Ien Tair deodorant 49 a record called hot rats by Frank j former Leader of the mothers of the year s top album British disc jockey Ann Nightingale condemned most of the new music As Boring in Owmer priest weds sex Hun new York a . Michenfelder who left the to and preen Jan Catholic Priesthood with j Vatican permission last Gebru Subtle unoriginal the world s new top Fem Lelary after becoming one of the Singer was Canadian Folk artist Best known . Priests in latin Joni Mitchell whose delicate i America was married on a comeback. Only Tydings ran into trouble but he overcame a stiff Chal Lenge from a conservative George p. Mahoney a perennial office seeker who benefited from a gun lobby Campaign Tydings is a prime mover for Strong gun controls. His nov. 3 foe will be rep. J. Glenn Beall jr., whose father Tydings unseated in 1964. Beall easily won the gop nomination Over two opponents. Two democratic governors were renominated Marvin Man Del of Maryland and Frank licht of Rhode Island As Candi dates for governor were nominated in Minnesota and Oklahoma As Well As Massachusetts. Tuesday was the last big Pri Mary Day before the nov. 3 Gen eral elections. There remains Only a Runoff for the democratic drowning Case. The defeat of two Veteran House democrats reps. Philip j. Philbin of Massachusetts and Geore h. Fallen of Maryland came As some Surprise although they had been listed As possible upset losers. Fallen 68, chairman of the House Public works committee was Defeated by Paul Sarbanes a 37-year-old member of the Maryland House of delegates. Philbin 72, a 28-year House Veteran and a self proclaimed conservative was unseated by the Rev. Robert f. Drinan. 47, an Antiwar candidate who took time off As Dean of the Boston College Law school to run. The priest noted that minis ters of other faiths have serve in Congress but if he beats his Republican foe John Mcclennon. He will be the first to nominations for governor Catholic Clergyman to senator in Florida sept. 29 and Hawaii s primaries oct. 3. This week s voting produced discernible National trend in another key Massachusetts House race. Mrs. Louise Day Hicks 49-year-old widow who with conservatives and liberals campaigned for More police both winning. The major Victo Protection in the streets won Ries seemed attributable More i the democratic nomination to to personalities than issues. Succeed retiring House speaker of special note was that Ken John Mccormack. Nedy. Who faced no opposition played on a 21 to miss Audrey Glynn a for-1 for renomination. Ran behind the democratic vote for giver confirmed the nor in Massachusetts and be made her a sen liner nun. Salon in Britain. Lanis a online a spokesman last year s Winner was third Joan came ninth. America s Bob Dylan marriage wednesday. Both had Hind his 1964 race when he was served in the Maryknoll order unopposed was i Michenfelder originally from v if ?.0fll of rec incl again named Best male St. Louis mo., now is a Public in. Kennedy had votes to cast for governor mean York. Followed by Leonard consultant in new i other Elvis where the couple Are living. Presley fifty and Paul me miss Glynn also left her order j name Blank. In 1964 there were Cartney of he beatles ninth. With Vatican authorization. Blanks again of. 608.791 ing 147.s61 voters left Kennedy s mrs. Hicks a City Counci member lost out to White for mayor in a 1967 Campaign she geared against busing of school children to achieve racial bal Ance. She seems assured of election in her overwhelmingly democratic District. Humphrey and Jackson easily Defeated two Black Antiwar opponents. Jackson. 58. Won by a margin he said was larger than he expected 85 per cent of the vote Over Carl Maxey a 45-year-old Spokane attorney. The Republican nomination was won by state sen. Charles Flicker. 44. A Bainbridge Island nursing Home operator. In Washington state s Only close House race. Republican rep. Thomas Pelly apparently staved off a Challenge by state sen. Joel Pritchard. Humphrey 59. Piled up nearly 80 per cent of the Vole against Earl d. Craig or. 31. A negro College teacher. A Light Republican turnout picked rep. Clark Macgregor 48, by a lopsided margin to oppose Humphrey for the seat being vacated by democratic Eugene Mccarthy polls show Humphrey running ahead of Macgregor in his bid to return to the Senate where he served 16 years before becom ing vice president in 1964. Minnesota republicans picked atty. Gen. Douglas head Over three Little known opponents to run for governor against state sen. Wendell r. Anderson who was unopposed for the demo cratic nomination. In Maryland Mandel 50, named governor by the Legisla Ture after Spiro t. Agnew was elected vice president Over whelmed four opponents. C. Stanley Blair former Agnew Defeated two rivals for the Republican nomination. Maryland democratic voters in a suburb of Washington b.c., raised the possibility of a father son House team by nominating Thomas Hale Boggs jr., 29, to the state s 8th District. His father is House majority whip and Long has represented his new Orleans la., District. Young Boggs faces rep. Gilbert Gude. Who was unopposed. In Rhode Island Pastore 63, overwhelmed a minor opponent. His Republican rival the Rev. John j. Mclaughlin 43, a Jesuit priest was unopposed. Licht 54. Had no opposition for the democratic nominal on for governor of Rhode Island. The gop nomination was won by state atty. Gen. Herbert f. Desimone 40. Walter j. Miska. 48-year-old Portsmouth Rug dealer won the Republican nomination for Rhode Island s 1st District congressional seat for the first Ime an a endorsed candidate Las captured the party s Nomi nation for a major Seal. We could t Call this a tub it s quite a dish. Now mrs. Filbert s soft Golden Margarine looks just As Good As it tastes. Because we be Given it a new designer styled Leaf pattern server that la look great on your table. And of course it s completely airtight to preserve mrs. Filbert s fresh Sweet buttery flavor. So there s still nothing better to spread on bread. 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