The Anniston Star from Anniston, Alabama on July 2, 1986 · Page 7
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Page 7A The Annislon Star, Wednesday, July 2, 1986 So vie Is gi vc firs t display of new jet fighters to West 4 0 HELSINKI, Finland (AP) Six headquarters said.. Previously, theMiG-29 had been seen only in drawings in the West. Military experts say the plane is capable of speeds of up to 1,500 mph, and that it is capable 61 intercepting "low'ftying targets" such as cruise , missiles. They compare it t6 the U.S. F-l? fighter. V- 'J v MiG--4tes firilt MiG-29 planes, examples of the test generation of Soviet Jet- figftters, arrived at an airport in eastern Finland to go on display for the" first time ia the. West. , , The MiG-29s, codenamed "Fulcrum" in the West, arrived at the Rissala airport on Tuesday on a foiir-day official visit, Finnish Armv M 1 0 ANNISTON EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, P.A. ARTHUR F. TOOLE. Ill, M.D. 'ill ill iii. i wm ., : - f I . . t ANNOUNCE8 THE AS60CIAXIQ,NOE SIGSBEE W. DUCK, W.D. 411 EAST NINTH STREET ' ANNISTON. ALABAMA 36201 TELEPHONE (208) 236-4426 The family of Henry Gay Smith would like to express our appreciation to our relatives and neighbors for all the food, beautiful flowers, visits and prayers at the loss of our loved one. A special thanks to Rev. Howard Gibbs, Gray Brown-Mortuary, Barry Kughn, North Weaver Baptist Church, West Weaver Baptist Church, our wonderful neighbors in Pokagon Park, Weaver, Masonic Lodge 700. '' Pope John Paul II waves flag in Bogotapolombia, near site of guerrilla siege . ' ' . i ' Pope scolds Colombian leaders May God Bless each of You Daughter Louise Hutton Grandchildren Great Grandchildren 5 mm palace reception of about 300 people by president-elect Virgilio Barco and. 12 former guerrillas recently elected to Parliament, welcomed the pope to a country which he said "repudiates the sad threat of drugs, terrorism and nuclear weapons." The government says about 70,000 people have been killed in fighting between guerrillas and government security forces and by guerrillas attacking civilian targets since 1976 Colombia has about 20( 000 leftist guerrillas in six groups, all aligned ideologically with Cuba, the Soviet Union or Maoism. Right wing deathsquads have killed an estimated 2,000 persons in the last' seven years. IN THE LAST three weeks,-guer-rillas have set off 15 bombs and invaded four churches and seminaries to harangue congregations about the duties of the government and church to the poor. The pro-Cuban National Liberation Army, .known as ELN, claimed responsibility for most of the attacks which have centered in Cali, Pereira and Medellin, three cities the pontiff will visit. As a result, about 20,000, along with ' army tanks, have been called out to help police with security during John Paul's visit. The pope, talking with reporters on his plane en route to Bogota, ruled out taking a personal role in mediating the conflict between the government and guerrillas! The Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces and the "April 19 Movement, known as M-19, both had appealed for the pope to mediate the conflict. About 90 percent of Colombia's 30 million people are Catholic and the church's influence is great. By TOM WELLS Associated Press Writer . BOGOTA, Colombia - Pope John Paul II told Colombian leaders in an unusually harsh address that violence, crime and an unjust distribution of wealth hindered ' development of this overwhelmingly Roman Catholic country The pontiff, beginning a weeklong trip that will take him through areas rife with guerrillas and right-wing death squads, arrived Tuesday from Rome on his first visit to Colombia. It is his seventh to Latin America since becoming pope in 1978. The pontiff was scheduled to celebrate Mass today in Bogota at a football stadium and a huge public-park, anf tens of thousands of people were expected to attend the public religious services in the capital qity of 6 million. During his meeting Tuesday at the presidential paJace, the pontiff urged government leaders to con and smile, during the GRAND OPENING of our Portrait Studios. 2- 8xl()s 3- 5x7s 15 wallets NOW ONLY I t I $795 ibOODOIl Paper publishes; Molo toy story f(Rtg1295) Includes 95ff deposit. CHILDREN OF ALL AGES, ADULTS AND GROUPS. Visit any of our new. Portrait Studios during our Grand Opening and take advantage of this very special offer a 20 portrait package for just $7.95 (regularly $12.95). Our new studios will be open every week to catch you at your best but a deal like this tan't last forever. So hurry, hurry, hurry and smile, -smile, smile. 95c deposit per advertised package. $1 sitting fee for each additional subject in same portrait. 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