European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Nov 19 1967, Page 5

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - November 19, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseI to the stars and stripes fag 5 Kennedy plane presented to smithsonian Washington a the Kennedy family delivered to the smithsonian institution Friday the air plane Caroline in which John f. Kennedy barn stormed the country in winning the i960 presidential Blue and White con Vair 14f new into Washington nation Al Airport from new York City with Sens. Robert f. Kennedy of new York and Edward m. Ken Nedy of Massachusetts and other members of the family and former Kennedy a Brief ceremony Robert Kennedy formally turned Theair plane Over to s. Dillon Pip a or Secretary of the pleased Kennedy said his family was very pleased to have the Opportunity to present the airplay that Means so much to so Many to the National air an space museum. This was John f. Kennedy Sailplane the senator said. He flew it Over the unite states seeking the presidency in time of brother of the late presi Dent said the plane brought Back Many memories of that Challenge and of the Friendship developed. One stipulation he added jokingly that he and his brother Edward were Mak ing one stipulation in giving up the Caroline that the smithsonian permit them to use it every four air plane was flown later to Andrews air Force base where it will be disassembled and removed to the smithsonian s aircraft restoration Center at Silver kill Caroline will remain in storage there alongside the sacred cow president Franklin d. Roosevelt s plane and other aircraft until the proposed air and space museum has Bee built for their permanent Dis Caroline built in 1948, was named later for the presi Dent s Young daughter. Film stars marry at Las vegas Las vegas up european film stars Olinka Berova and Brad Harris were married thurs Day in a Las vegas strip wed Ding , 34, of Burbank calif., has starred in 23 european slim blonde Bride 21, has eleven movie Berova a native of Prague is the first Eastern european Ever to Star in a major Western film. The Blue eyed lond starred in the vengeance of she released by 20thcentury-Fox. Gremlins in the files a deserter in an a Hospital it. Hood Tex. Up the Grem Lins who snarled the army s files and gave pfc. Joe a. Smith an 18-Monthleave May have evened the score by sending another Soldier Home for two weeks and then classifying him As a deserter it was revealed Luxor Matloka officers at it. Hood were trying to find . And mrs. R. E. Nowell of Kennedale Tex., said their son Ronald applied last Spring for a Transfer out of a Vietnam bound combat unit because his brother Marine Cpl. Ernest r. Nowell is currently serving in regulations allow such an application if a family has two sons in the service. The Nowells said two months went by and nothing was heard from it. Flood where the records Are kept. Ronald filled out a new application and the army sent him Home for two weeks. Just before his leave was up. He was badly injured in a traffic Accident in fort Worth and was admitted to cars Well fab Hospital near fort Worth. The Carswell authorities notified ," mrs. Nowell said. I guess the wrong people got the after his old outfit left for Viet Nam Ronald got a letter saying he had been classified absent without leave. A month later another letter came fro the government saying he had been officially declared a deserter. An feb agent showed up at the Nowell Home. The frantic parents talked to Carswell again and said the Hospital redouble efforts to let the army know Ronald was in a Hospital on a military Reserva a Hon and had made no attempt to go 1 awol. Earlier this week pfc. Joe a. Smith turned up claiming it. Hood put him on leave and left him there for 18months. He spent the time making $130 a week As a logger in California plus getting the army s $92.50 a month allot ment to his that one the army said it is not beyond the realm of wants a discharge. Nowell in t going anywhere. He i scheduled to undergo surgery at cars Well and will be there until at least after Christmas. F another decade9 needed in Spain Madrid up Generalis Simo Francisco Franco extolling the Virtues of his 28-year-oldauthoritarian Rule Over Spain said Friday that he would need10 More years to perfect and Complete the ideals of his re Gime. The 74-year-old Caudillo speak ing at the official opening of his newly constituted Cortes legis lature said we have taken a historic leap of incalculable con Francisco Franco sequences but we will need still another 10 years to perfect and Complete what we have , dressed in his Khaki general s uniform stood in the Neo grecian Cortes building be fore the 560 new deputies their families and official observers to reiterate the Virtues of his again dashed Hopes of those who wish that in the twi Light years of his regime he would democratize it along West european lines. An ideology in the european nations in the 18th Century and another brightened by the revolutionary struggles of the 19th Franco asked rhetorically in his typical Monotone Are these the formulas that should Orient us in the 20th Cen Tury Franco emphasized the Nee for Spain to continue on the path along which he has led it an repeatedly ridiculed the idea that any opposition should be institutionalized. They Are mistaken those who think that a process of political institutionalization should begin with the fracturing of the social Unity by the establishment of multiple political parties fran co said amid widespread applause. No change should affect the maintenance of the principle of authority Franco said. With out Well established authority and an ultimate supreme Power there is no peace nor order nor Law. Political authority and social Progress those Are the pillars of the organization of our state he said. Franco repeatedly compared Spain today to that of 30 years ago at the end of the turbulent Republic destroyed in the civil War. He repeatedly emphasized the Unity and peace his regime had brought Spain and attacked an attempts to interfere with it. The Best proof that our mis Sion is fruitful Franco said is the permanent action that the communists undertake to disturb our internal peace and our nor Mal evolution in order to take advantage of certain minorities under the pretext of defending a democratization of the Rome visit mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy shakes hands wit father Anselm Moynihan the prior As she visits the Basilica of St. Clemette in Rome. Associated press photo looking warily Over their shoulders Cia ties of student leaders insist by Jean Heller Washington Al staff members of the National Stu Dent association insist they have broken All ties with the Central intelligence Agency. But they re not quite sur whether the Cia has broken All ties with Asa does t take Cia Money any More the staff insists. So far As they re concerned the whole affair is Over except that they can t seem to Anak a persistent Specter of Theda that dogs their footsteps. They tend to laugh when someone wonders if there is a Cia agent lurking about the Halls keeping tabs on every body. But they do admit it impossible some say even Likely. One staff member in a moment of humor looked squinty eyed at a colleague and said you re the one Aren t you no sorry replied the accused. I m and so it has been for the Pas nine months Ever since it was revealed that for 10 years unbeknownst to All but the highest Asa officials the Cia had Chan need $3.3 million into the 1.3 million member organization International programs. Asa president Edward Schwartz says he suspects the telephones May be bugged. Assume that every Telephone conversation i have is a Confer ence Call Schwartz said. I never leave around lists of names that i would t want any body outside of Asa to see said Floyd Turner. I m pretty sure there s a Cia Man and an Fri Man on our payroll said Mary in u Gates the organization s press officer. Sometimes i wonder if the Caiman knows the Fri Man and if the Fri Man knows he s Chuck Hollander the head Fonsa s Campus drug education program explained that part of the reason for the Cia obsession is that nobody will let the is forget its past. I go onto a Campus somewhere to talk about i -. And by the time 1 can it the students off the subject of the Cia i m exhausted he Asa staff tries not to dwell on the subject of the said in fact we avoid it As much As , even nine Mouths after the scandal broke Asa still Hasan occasional disaffiliation be cause of tie a involvement after the University of Michi Kan pulled out this fall the indent government Council presi Dent Bruce Kalui said in school had taken the action partly because of the taint of the Cia on Asa

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