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ROME (AP) - Red Brigade
terrorists struck again yesterday in a
bold street ambush, gunning down a
Christian Democrat Party official in
Milan on the eve of a state memorial
Mass for the assassinated Aldo Moro.
Police said Tito Berardini, secretary
of a Christian Democrat district office,
was shot in the legs by a four-member
hit team as he left home for his job as a
bank clerk. His condition was not
Lateran will become a fortress of
mourning today ss Italian officials,
foreign representatives, Pope Psul VI
and other dignitaries gather behind a
massive security net to pay tribute to
Moro, whose body was found Tuesday
after he was held 54 days by Red
Brigade kidnappers.
Italian authorities reported no new
leads in the hunt for the killers of Moro,
a former Christian Democrat premier
who was expected to become president
of the republic. But at a trial of Red
Brigades members in Turin, testimony
pointed to an unidentified terrorist
collaborator in the Italian Interior
Milan police said Berardini was shot
by two men and a woman who stepped
out of a car and fired seven times with
pistols. As the 42-year-old politician fell
to the ground, the assailants grabbed
his briefcase and sped away with an ac-
complice who had waited in the car.
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AN HOUR later in a telephone call to
a local news agency, a woman claimed
responsibility for the Red Brigades. A
second telephone call led to the finding
of a "communique" which denounced
Berardini as one of the most active
Christian Democrat officials in Milan,
Italy's financial capital.
Berardini was hospitalized with

wounds in both legs, but no fracture. He
was the seventh "kneecapping" victim
in as many days in Italy, and the fourth
this week in Milan.
Italian papers said the series of
"kneecappings" may signal the start of
a "more frightening second round"
promised by Moro's kidnappers, coun-
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French take suspected
German terrorist in Paris
Authrities said Wisniewski - ranked
KARLSRUHE, West Germany (AP) 19th among Germany's 20 most wanted
- French police have arrested a terrorist suspects - was sought in con-
suspect in the terrorist slaying of in- See FRENCH, Pages
dustrialist Hanns-Martin Schleyer -
most prominent of West Germany's
terror victims.
Schleyer was killed last October by
terrorist kidnappers who held him six
weeks in an unsuccessful bid to win
freedom for jailed comrades. They also
staged an aircraft hijacking that was
foiled at an African airport by German
CHIEF FEDERAL Prosecutor Kurt
Rehmann told a news conference
Friday that Stefan Werner Wisniewski,
25, was arrested Thursday at Orly Air-
port in Paris before boarding a flight to
Zagreb, Yugoslavia. He was deported
the same day.
The German newspaper Die Welt
quoted police as saying they belived
Wisniewski shuttled between the Mid-
dle East and Western Europe. But the
report gave no indication of his mission.
Interior Minister Werner Maihofer
told a television interviewer the arrest
was of "fundamental importance" and
said he believed "the greater part" of
West German terrorists had fled the
AN AIRPORT policeman, suspicious
of Wisniewski's "obviously false
passport," made the arrest, Rehmann Wisniewski

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Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25

The 90th Psalm is "A prayer of Moses the man of God". It is
especially appropriate for New Year's, birthdays, and
funerals. The Eternity of The Almighty is contrasted with the
brevity, shortness, frailty and evil of man's life. "Before the
mountains were brought forth, or ever Thou hadst formed
the earth and the world, even from Everlasting to Everlasting,
thou art God." God has not created us with minds capable of
comprehending that which has no beginning, nor end. Why
"kick against the pricks"? Why not acknowledge our
limitations? It could be the preparation needed to learn to
"Trust in The Lord with all our heart, and lean not toour own
understanding". - Prov. 3:5.
Man's time and days are "As a sleep; like grass which
groweth up; in the morning it flourisheth and groweth up,
and in the evening it is cut down, and withereth". God "turns
man to destruction, and sayest, Return, ye children of men".
Return to dust. "Return unto the ground - For dust thou art,
and unto dust shalt thou return". - Gen. 3:19. God's word is
being fulfilled unto Adam whom He warned not to disobey
orders regarding eating the Forbidden Fruit! Five times in
three verses - 7, 9, 11, - Moses mentions the anger and
wrath of God because of "the iniquities and secret sins of
man set in the light of His countenance!"
This Psalm is frequently read at funerals, or parts of it, for
often these verses are skipped that reveal the real cause of
death. Would it not be more appropriate to constantly
remind ourselves of the anger and wrath of God against the
"Iniquities and secret sins of men," and then rejoice because
Christ took our place and endured the wrath and curse that
we might be saved? And might it not stir us up who believe

with a greater zeal to win the lost to the Savior? He came "to
seek and save that which is lost". - If you do not believe
these things, or take part of God's Word for "myth", you
certainly are out of place in a Protestant Christian Church!
Mr. Unbeliever, is it "myth" that men return to dust? Do you
expect to escape such an experience? Is Gen. 3:16 a "myth"
where we read "Unto the women He (God) said: I will greatly
multiply thy sorrow and conception; in sorrow shalt thou br-
ing forth children?" Ask any, or ask all women who have
travail in childbirth if this statement of God in Genesis is
"i ,nly could, I surely would, stand on the rock where
Mose.. stood." Think these words are from a Spiritual.
ProbaLly the basis is the passage in Exodus 33:19-23 where
God placed Moser in the "cleft of a rock" and covered him
with His hai"d as Als glory passed by Doubtless it is also the
basis of the beloved song "Rock of Ages, cleft for me, let me
hide myself in Thee." It is bad, it is too bad, it is two thousand
and more bad, that some of our modern clergy are telling us
that "The Rock of Ages" is out of date! Gentle Jesus, it would
be a favor done such prophets if "a millstone were hanged
about their neck, and they were thrown into the sea!"
With the background of many experiences in his mind's
eye, and having confessed them in the first part of his prayer,
Moses then prays to God in the 12th verse: "SO TEACH US
HEARTS UNTO WISDOM." Note he asks Godtp be their
Teacher to the end they might have wisdom for the use of
their swift passing days. "The fear of The Lord Isthe begin-
ning of wisdom."

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