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Daily Review (Newspaper) - April 18, 1986, Towanda, PennsylvaniaAreo f elks program k Page three a a a Aba playoffs Are under Way Friday Page eighties Tumu 106th year no. 42,145 Friday april 18, 1986 25 cent Reagan says bombing right thing to do Washington it apr the Reagan administration on thursday defended its bombing raid on Libya As a absolutely the right thing to do Quot in a Long term fight against terrorism and said it would be Good if the attack leads to the overthrow of Moa mar khad Afy. Meanwhile in Libya embassies warned westerners to stay off Tripoli a streets As Arab anger seethed Over the . Bombing raid. Explosions and anti aircraft fire again echoed through the City. Reacting to a new spiral of International violence president Reagan called the slaying of three British hostages in Lebanon a a tragedy that demonstrates that a terrorism is something that we have to Deal with once and for All All of us Secretary of state George p. Shultz stopped Short of Athens re 2 dwelling destroyed by Bill Ralph the Home of Garry and Linda Arnold Athens re 2, located just off the Battle Creek Road near bump Ville was destroyed by fire shortly after 10 . Thursday. A neighbor Thomas French says he was having a cup of Coffee when he glanced out of the window to see smoke Curling from under the eaves near the Chimney toward the Back of the Arnold House. French immediately called the Rome fire department and then went outside to get a closer look. Outside he found flames had already broken through the roof. When Rome firefighters arrived the Structure was fully involved in flames. Assistant chief Jan Park immediately called for assistance from Litchfield and Warren township fire companies to help contain the fire. See a fire a Page 12 saying the United states hoped the attack would Lead o the ouster of khad Afy As Leader of the North african country but said such a result would be a fall to the at a late afternoon session with reporters in his office Shultz said one of the messages intended by the . Attack was that a the praetorian guards that surround khad Afy and intimidate people Are not Invulnerable. So they were a a there is considerable dissidence within the libyan military Over khad Afy a and what he a doing a Shultz said. Asked if the . Warplanes had tried to kill khad Afy the Secretary of state said a we did no to have a strategy of saying that we wanted to go after khad Afy but Shultz made Clear that the Reagan administration hoped to capitalize on internal opposition to khad Afy. Asked if the United states was attempting to foment a coup Shultz replied Quot if a coup takes place that Sall to the Good. We know that there Are lots of people in Libya who think Libya would be better off if khad Afy were not there. And there Are lots of people not in Libya who think another administration official speaking on condition he not be identified said a we know that several army units in the first couple of Days after the attack the official said some of the soldiers marched on Tripoli and that some units of the air Force Loyal to khad Afy a went after that column and dispersed a note found by the bodies of the slain britons on a Mountain Highway outside Beirut claimed one of the three British hostages had been a Cia agent and said the killings were in retaliation for the British supported . Attack on Libya. Presidential spokesman Larry Speakes said he did not know of any ties Between any of the victims and the Cia. Another briton was seized by gunmen in route to the Beirut Airport and a previously unknown group claimed responsibility. See a violence a Page 12 terrorists strike against the . Rome firefighters Randy Rosenberg and Phil Jewett Man a Hose line in a futile Bat the to save Athens i 2 Home yesterday. Daily review photo by Bill Ralph Gutierrez invasion was mistake by . Donahue the ill fated Bay of pigs invasion 25 years ago was a the worst mistake Ever made by a . President a according to a Waverly Man who was an attorney and University professor in Cuba at the time. Or. Jose Gutierrez who fled Cuba and the Fidel Castro regime in 1962 said that the attempted invasion by Central intelligence Agency trained cuban expatriates was doomed from the beginning. A they Castro and the military knew it was coming. They expected it a he said. He said that . Planes were sent in a Day or two before the inva Sion to bomb airports including one in his native Santiago de Cuba and other strategic targets in order to keep the cuban air planes on the ground at the time of the Landing. A this was a big mistake a Gutierrez said a it gave Castro a lot of he said that after the bombings the police and the military be Bay of pigs vets support contras Gan searching Homes door to door and rounding people up the Cia had planned that once the cubans and mercenaries landed at the Bay of pigs and began fighting that other cuban nationals would join them in the revolution and overthrow the marxist government. But that was impossible according to Gutierrez. See a fighting a Page 12 by the associated press terror struck Back against the United states and its friends on three continents thursday in an explosion of vengeful fury ignited by the american bombing of Libya. Terrorists Quot executed three kid Nap victims in Lebanon tried to blow up an al al jetliner in London and tossed firebombs at . Targets in Tunisia. In City after City around the world angry crowds swirled around . Embassies and screamed their hatred for a a a s a bomb disposal squads scurried around european capitals in response to threats. American embassy staff members were being airlifted out of Sudan. In Libya it self nervous westerners looked desperately for ways out of the country. And in Moscow in a possibly ominous development the soviet Union summoned foreign ambassadors and formally asserted its right to free passage through the seas and air around soviet aligned Libya a move that might signal Kremlin intentions to move naval vessels or other military equipment into the tense Mediterranean. The Reagan administration was clearly braced for further shocks. A we Are prepared for an increase in terrorism a White House spokesman Larry Speakes said in Washington. But he said the . Leadership believes its bombing of libyan cities tuesday will a in the Long run reduce the risk to americans from terror attacks. In Lebanon retaliation for the . Raid was Swift and bloody. The bodies of three Kidnap victims a identified As writer Alec Collett 64, and teachers Leigh Douglas 34, and Philip Padfield 40, All britons were dumped on a Highway each shot once in the head. A note found nearby claimed they were . And British spies and had been a a executed by a Arab commando cells in reprisal for the attack on Libya. Collett was kidnapped 13 months ago and the Douglas and Padfield last month. Arab anger has been directed at the British government because it allowed the United states to mount the air attack on Libya from a . Air base in Britain. Soon after the bodies were found a British television cameraman was abducted by gunmen in Beirut. Eighteen kidnapped foreigners including six americans Are still missing in Lebanon. In London thursday an Alert Security guard foiled what could have been a terrorist massacre. The al al airline guard at Heath Row Airport found a bomb in the false Bottom of an Irish woman a hand Luggage As she tried to Board the israeli airlines flight 016. Shuttle parts returned Miami apr cubans who fought on their homelands beaches 25 years ago thursday solemnly marked the anniversary of their failure to overthrow Fidel Castro at the Bay of pigs then rallied boisterously for the contras battling Nicaragua a government. Jeane Kirkpatrick former . Ambassador to the United nations led More than 2,000 people including invasion veterans Federal state and City officials and retired . Intelligence operatives in the dedication of a Little Havana museum commemorating the invasion. Is. Kirkpatrick saluted them As a the first contras Quot and said a there Are Many lessons to be Learned from the Bay of pigs. A is. Kirkpatrick a favorite among cuban exiles because of her Strong anti communism said Castro a Victory at the Bay of pigs has been followed by soviet military Aid that poses a real and present dangers to our Security and that of the other nations of the a in communist Nicaragua we can see already that Fidel a reach is extending to help leftist rebels in neighbouring Central american nations is. Kirkpatrick said. She also warned that libyan strongman Moa mar khad Afy has advisers in Nicaragua teaching terrorist tactics to latin american leftists. Is. Kirkpatrick also read a letter from president Reagan expressing admiration for the Bay of pigs veterans and sharing their Hope for a democratic Cuba. To a loud ovations she said americans must demand that Congress step up Aid to the nicaraguan rebels. A we would not like to let this Day go by without sending a Clear message to the United states and especially to the Congress that 25 years ago today we were abandoned a said another speaker invasion Veteran Julio Gonzalez Rebull. A we the Freedom fighters of the 1960s, urge you not to make the same mistake with the Freedom fighters of the 1980s.�?� i r. Jose Gutierrez Cape canaveral Fla apr a Navy Salvage ship on thursday brought to port parts of a Wing Landing gear and fuselage from the destroyed space shuttle including a piece with a a challenger stencilled in Black on it officials said. The shuttle destroyed after liftoff Jan 28, had its name written across both sides of the Forward fuselage next to the Crew compartment and on its right Tail. Experts were examining the recovered material to identify How it fits into the mosaic of wreckage being assembled in a hangar. A we done to know precisely what this debris consists of until the experts get a Chance to look at it a said it. Cmdr. Deborah Burnette adding that there were no reports of further recovery of remains of the seven astronauts killed in the disaster. Strong Atlantic currents slowed the work of the search flotilla and Navy and coast guard divers for a second straight Day. Investigators Are preparing an official Accident report to be presented to president Reagan by june 6. The National aeronautics and space administration has not said How Long underwater recovery work will continue. Objectives of the search include Crew remains pieces of the Crew Cabin and the segment of challengers flawed right Booster below the Bottom joint. The predominant theory is that the disaster was triggered by us perhot gases and flames escaping through that joint during Exchange student finds teens Here have familiar interests Janek Zeglinski of Germany who is spending the current school year As a member of Towanda area High schools senior class has found that teen agers in our country and his Are pretty much the same. Janek is in the United states As a participant in the american scandinavian student Exchange Asse International program. He arrived in this country in August and will return to Germany at the end of his school year Here a few weeks after graduation. Janeke a father is of polish descent and his Mother is German. That explains his last name a Zeglinski a he the lines sue Corie the 19-year-old�?Ts Hometown is near the City of Frankfurt. He describes the area in which he lives As being Rural but not As much so As is Towanda or the Home area of his Host parents Tom and Marie Vogel who reside in Powell Zanek a desire to come to the United states was sparked by visits some of the other youths in his neighbourhood had made to different countries. His wish to travel to a Distant place coupled with his knowledge of the English language made our country seem appealing to visit. In Germany he relates students begin learning English in the third Grade their first experiences with this a a foreign language coming through the teaching of rhymes such As a humpty German students Are taught the a spoken word initially and delve further into the study of the English language in the fifth Grade. The first four years of the German school system Are considered the elementary Levels. More advanced studies Are taken in the fifth and sixth grades and As they approach the seventh Grade level students choose from one of three study area to pursue the More difficult of these preparing them to Advance to a University following their graduation students interested in attending a University attend 13 years of classes before advancing to these Post graduate studies. Janek states that German High school students Are required to take More subjects than Are his current fellow classmates in this country. There Are also fewer sports activities associated with German schools he note and no bus transportation is provided students he believes that German studies Are somewhat More difficult than those Here. The entire school Day in his country is devoted to class work a we have no study Halls a he states the Exchange student from Germany has a great interest in music and particularly enjoys playing the piano he is continuing to take piano lessons while in this country during his free school periods he see a Between a Page 1h> Janek Zeglinski. German Exchange student

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