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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas December Attack was act of revenge ROME the attackers who killed 12 holiday travelers and wounded scores at Romes main air port were apparently avenge Israels air strike against ftp headquarters In police said Three of the gunmen died In Fri days assault on Israels El Al airline and on TWA and Pan American police The attack wounded 74 Two wounded Americans died raising the overall Rome airport death toll to including five A note found on the lone surviving terrorist The tears we have sh ed will be exchanged or The war has started from this An additional three In cluding one were killed and 47 people were wounded in a near simultaneous attack Friday at Schwechat Airport in Alfred a police lieutenant colonel and head of Schwechat Air port told The Associated Press that it Is clear that the two at tacks were but there was no firm evidence of a link on Riccardo Romes deputy police told the AP the four ter rorists who attacked Leonardo da Vinci Airport were without a doubt Austin couple saw attack woman injured by debris AUSTIN AP An Austin cou ple ducked behind an airlines counter in Rometo escape ter rorist gunfire and but the woman suffered shrapnel wounds that required ac cording to the mans Joan Weindorf was injured when she and her Ronald Wein an IBM were caught in the Friday attack at Leonardo da Vinci She suffered shrapnel wounds to her right leg and said Linda Weindorfs former Carsner said Weindorf called her home Friday morning to tell their that he was all He didnt want us to see it on TV Carsner As Weindorf related the incident to the couple was prepar ing to board a flight to Brussels when the shooting started and people were just falling right and And then somebody threw a He said one of the ter rorists was approaching him with a gun and he thought he was going to be Carsner told the Austin Ronald Weindorf was not injured but flying debris from a grenade explosion struck his Carsner was released Saturday from Gemelli hospital officials The Weindorf s left Austin for Europe 7 for a combination businessvaction trip and had plan ned to return about Carsner but their countries of origin were not They call themselves the martyrs of Palestine and it appears that it is in reprisal for the bombing in where also several women and were he On Israeli jet fighters raided the base of the Palestine Liberation Organization in killing at least 60 CBS Radio broadcast what it said was an interview with one of the men held as Asked if he was a member of the the man interviewed Asked where he got his instruc he Al Fatah is the mainstream PLO group led by Yasser When asked why the attack was the suspect said Because Israel we kill CBS did not identify which terrorist was inter The two survivors were under heavy guard in a Vienna hospital With stomach and chest A Vienna police spokesman said no one to our knowledge had talked to the In a man who said he belonged to a PLO faction headed by Abu Nidal claimed the faction was responsible for the Vienna and Rome There was no way to confirm the An Italian news on Saturday quoted unidentified judicial sources as saying the lone surviving terrorist in Rome told officials he and his accomplices belonged to Abu The report could not be con firmed Military aid tops billion WASHINGTON AP Sfnce 1950 the United States has provided more than billion in military aid to 113 about half of the money in according to government The trend is away from loans on ordinary commercial terms and toward either outright grants or loans at subsidized interest says a report by the General Ac counting the investigative body of As this trend the United States Is faced with a rise in actual costs to provide assistance to various countries and at the same time the need to reduce federal expenditures in the budget said the 30 made available to reporters last It estimated that as of last debts outstanding in the United States for military aid amounted to billion owed by 43 Of billion is guaranteed by the The biggest borrower was Israel with followed by Egypt with billion and Turkey with The biggest grants went to Viet nam over Until the the government usually gave arms to its paying the manufac turers Then lending money to the allies became the more usual with the loans guaranteed by the United Interest rates were many countries were borrowing heavily for other pur poses as well and many got into trouble with their According to an earlier last 30 there were 22 coun tries overdue on million worth of military debt million of it owed by Since the the government has made almost billion in payments due to defaults on guaranteed the report The debtors have repaid about million of the report Under a law passed in no new aid can go to any country in default for more than a Armistice signed Factions end bloody decade Syria AP Leaders of the three most powerful Moslem and Christian militias in Lebanon sign ed a Syriansponsored armistice pact Saturday meant to end nearly 11 years of civil strife that has killed more than The 23page peace document was signed at in a ceremony held under the auspices of Vice President AbdulHalim Khaddam of Druse chieftain Walid Jumbaltt signed for the Pro gressive Socialist Justice Minister Nablh Berri for his Shiite Moslem Amal and Elie Hobeika for the Lebanese Forces Christian I am so Its all Berri referring to the civil war that has engulfed Lebanon since April who oversaw three months of negotiations that eventually produced the signed as to show that Syria will act as the pacts state run Beirut radio The three warlords met separately with Khaddam before the signing He then convened them in a onehour conference at his their first such con The four men emerged from the closeddoors con ference to an adjacent conference hall where more than 35 Christian and Moslem invited from were Reporters and photographers were called The signatories shook hands as their senior aides kissed and exchanged CurUs Matties Reagan sends Soviet urges Afghanistan withdrawal Hurry in and save on brand floor and demo models LOS ANGELES AP President Reagan interruptedhis California Vacation today to renew his call for an end to the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan and to record a televised greeting to the Soviet people to be broadcast by staterun Soviet televi sion on New Years While condemning the Soviets role in what he called six years of utter hell for the Afghan people since the Soviet invasion of their country in Reagan again urged Moscow to set a timetable for military He also offered to serve as a guarantor com prehensive Afghan settlement leading to restoration of an indepen dent government Reagans weekly radio address to the nation underscored continuing differences betwen the United States and the Soviet Union over But the agreement for an unprecedented exchange of televised New Years greetings demonstrated both sides continue to toward an superpower Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev will address Americans at the same time Reagan speaks to the Soviet people on New Years Although Reagans message was recorded im mediately after he delivered the radio speech officials said the text of his remarks would not be made public in MONDAY TUESDAY ONLY END OF YEAR 19 COLOR standard walnut finish 19 COLOR 12 channel remote walnut 25 COLOR 12 channel electronic dark oak 25 COLOR 12 channel electronic dark oak Prerented Sets with 2year Thomasville Broyhill Vaughan I Kmcaid Williams Alan White Stratolounger Mason Tyler SALE Everything in our store will be on sale at price of regular retail price 2 DAYS ONLY 25 COLOR two dark oak 25 COLOR cable ready two dark 25 COLOR TV cable dark 35WATT STEREO complete with tape Prerented Sets with 2year No down Easy terms screen size measured diagonally Living Room Suites V2 Price Bedroom Suites Price Dining Room Suites V2 Price Stratolounger Recliner Va Price I Al L PRICES RETURN 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