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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - July 13, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePogo 24 the stars and stripes july French Cabinet named includes leftist gaullist Paris a a new govern ment expected to help president Charles de Gaulle Engineer the promised educational and social reforms demanded during the Secretary of stale for National education. Two new Low ranking Post were added to the 28 posts plus that of Premier in the preceding May upheaval was announced month old Cabinet. This was done Friday night. There were few by dividing two state secretariat changes from the last one. The 30 new ministers of state delegated ministers full minis ters and secretaries of state were picked by Premier Maurice Couve de Murville with de Gaul be s approval. Education Post changed the highest posts remained essentially in the same hands. But the education portfolio one of the most volatile jobs in today s French Cabinet went to outgoing agricultural minister Edgar Faure. He replaced Francoi Ortoli who was boosted to econ omy and finance which Couvee Murville vacated when replacing Georges Pompidou As pre Mier. Faure a Premier during the fourth Republic reportedly did not want the Job but agreed Totake it at de Gaulle s insistence. Closer touch the new Cabinet contains three new Young leftist gaullist who were expected to keep Degaulle in closer touch with the currents of the May june upheaval. They were Philippe Malamud new Secretary of state for the Public function Michel Inchauspe new Secretary of state for overseas departments and Terri tories and Jacques Tro rial new ships into two Man jobs social affairs and foreign affairs. No new functions were added to the titles of either of the two new jobs. . Million in heroin new York up agents reported Friday the seizure at Kennedy Airport of heroin valued at up to $8 Mil lion and the arrest of two Argen Tine women. Seizure of the huge drug ship ment came thursday when Cus Toms officials arrested the two women arriving on a flight from Rio de Janeiro. A search of the pair official said revealed each had eight pounds of the drug strapped Toher body in one Pound bags. The women were identified Samaria Avelina Gonzales de Rossi a 28-year-old married school teacher and 40-year-old hair Dresser Nelida Lucia Burgueno Mainardi. Both were being held in lieu of$100,000 bail following arraign ment in new York. Grief stricken new York City policemen restrain France Pacheco 18, As she tries to reach the body of her Fiance Manuel anger Figueroa 19. Associated press photo taked adn Wendt Navy Helm in Europe by Bill Neal staff writer London is Waldemar f. A. Wendl Ber commander in chief of naval forces Europe in monies Friday in the embassy auditorium Here Gen. Lyman l. Lem Nitze supreme Allied command Europe was among guests included . Ambassador am mrs. David. K. E. Bruce vice adm. Sir Peter Hill Nort Ovice chief of the Royal staff. Adm. John s. Mccain since % 1967 was presented the Disetti gushed service medal by Len Nitzer for his guidance an leadership of . Naval Force in the european area during thl Middle East crisis the Arab israeli War the Torp doing Cyan crisis of 1967."mccain takes Over next Montull As head of the . Forces command in the Pacific which ii eludes the joint military command in Vietnam lie has a Soi Navy it. Cmdr. John Sidney Mccain Iii who is a captive in Admiral s successor ii Europe is former Deputy chief naval operations for plans policy in Washington. Rifleman kills 5 in Bron continued from Page i police searched the five Story building but failed to find the Man. They concluded he had escaped through a basement connecting three buildings on the lock. Foreign country aids Garrison continued from Page i Tion established Contact with one of the assassins an uncovered information about a trip David f e r r i e made to Dallas for an alleged assassination Tion waste Cia pre said the Assassin initiated by elements of and by a handful of extremely powerful individuals in the Industrial Complex of he would not elaborate who the individuals Are. On Garrison said country Learned nature of the the foreign of the True assassination while its men were on another intelligence Mission in the United states. He described the information he obtained As containing More specifics than his office had dug up. Garrison said that be cause the foreign country has a larger and More professional operation its agents were Able to follow up More details especially in Dallas. Garrison asserted that the for eign country had penetrated some of the pre existing Force used in the assassination while its men were on another Intelli gence Mission in this country. The assassination was accomplished by two major Compon of them was an element of the Central intelligence Agency. There is no reason to Indi Cate that the top commands of the Agency knew about it at the time. They knew of course by Sunset and certainly it is recognized that. Subsequent assassinations have been stand Ard intelligence other component was a handful of extremely powerful individuals in the Industrial com plex of the Southwest of the United states who had pre exist ing relationships with the Centra intelligence Agency. But the real Point is that i corroborates not merely that president Kennedy was killed by an organized conspiracy in which an Agency of the .government was involved but also that the . Government has been doing everything it could to conceal this the District attorney said according to the newspaper he was making the disclosure because of indications of an other Cia inspired Campaign in magazines to discredit his investigation. What at first appeared senseless massacre by a berserk gunman a have been the out come of a quarrel Between to the suspect and at least two of " he victims a police officer told newsmen. Police records Sizow tha trogers had been arrested Here twice in 1963 for felonious As Sault and two years ago for grand larceny. The assault charge late was dismissed. The weapon was described by police As a ,30-caliber automatic carbine. They based their description on an examination of 1& spent police official said the sniper apparently began firing from the Street and then moved to the upper floors of the build ing. The victims were identified a Jose Rivera 18 Efrain Castro 21 and Manuel Angel Figueroa,19. Police said Figueroa was dead on arrival at nearby Lin Coln Hospital and that Castro and Rivera died at the Hospital. The injured Man was identified As Robert Ronan who was treated and Friday a dozen friends of Figueroa sat Cross legged on the Street and mourned around a makeshift altar at the up where Figueroa fell. The Alt was a Rosary draped parking meter to which a wooden Cro and plastic statue of Jesus via attached. The shooting scene was East 138th Street in a Large negro and puerto rican area of the South Bronx. The shooting came the Samije Day that Angel Angelof. The cen1tral Park sniper who killed 24-year-old girl wounded fun persons and then was shot death by police was buried i Potter s Field. Angelof used a re Volver in his shooting eight Days ago. Thursday s violence Bugai about 6 30 Guy took somebody 011 of action that was walking front of the House said witness describing the phase of the witness whom Pojo would not identify said the gunman was wearing a funny Shade of Green shut. Later three Hunt to a display windows of a men store directly across from the building. I did not know what happening so i fell on the flow said a Man in the store i senator alleges plan to Whitewash lb9 Era _ m t. M i _. In ithe writing of America Suas r e g a r d s the work o n administration should i the historians and should not distorted by a propaganda my the taxpayers expense but if the history is " Williams added it 1 that Johnson has a biggest spendthrift t u. J Cupy the White Voiiso that Dollar is . Johnson s attitude Towa 9 Vietnam War did not i promises that the i Gnu u i soaring

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