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TWA 847 Hijacking #304204

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 16, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Algonquin, Illinois) No. residents involved in religious pilgrimage from local church aboard hijacked Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) flight 847 and community's response examined; films shown. [Father Bob GARRITY - praises release, especially for return of Father William McDonnell.] Family of Simon Grossmayer said not telling his elderly mother he was removed due to last name with other hostages somewhere in Beirut. [Peter LAZANSKY - remains confident father Ed Lazansky will re- turn.] [Grossmayer's SON - comments on father's absence.] [GARRITY - cites need to support each other.] [PEOPLE - express camaraderie.]
REPORTER: Karen Boros

(Studio) Current status of hijacking detailed; United States and Israel said denying mil. options are underway.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

Boros, Karen;
Rather, Dan

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