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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - November 24, 1982, Tokyo, JapanWednesday november 24, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes National 3 stateside Fri undercover agent indicted Washington a an Fri agent has been indicted on charges of transporting stolen jewelry and inducing two friends to commit perjury to cover up the crime Federal prosecutors have prosecutors said indictments re turned in the District of Columbia an nearby Alexandria va., also charged h. Edward Tickel the agent with making false statements obstruction of Justice stealing government owned two Way radios an breaking into the Justice department credit Union with intent to steal. Tickel was also charged with tax evasion filing a false tax return and making false statements to the internal Revenue service. Tickel assigned to Fri Headquarters As a$40,000-a-year undercover agent is an expert on office break ins. The agent a 14-year Veteran of the Fri worked As a member of the Bureau s technical services division until november1981 and has been described As the Bureau s Black bag expert conducting court approved office break ins and planting hidden microphones. Cigarette sales hit record High Washington a americans Pur chased a record 628.2 billion cigarettes in 1980, with Low tar cigarettes accounting for nearly 45 percent of the sales the Federal Trade commission has revealed. During the year the average american smoker puffed 11,633 cigarettes just Over a pack and a half a Day and a slight increase from 1979, the Etc said in an annual report to Congress on smoking data. For the first time the Etc said the average cigarette on the Market contained less than 15 milligrams of tar. These Low tar cigarettes accounted for a record 44.8 percent of All cigarette sales the commis Sion said. Advertising expenditures for cigarette exceeded $1 billion for the second year in a Row rising 13 percent from 1979 without adjusting for inflation the Etc said. In 1980, cigarette makers again spent the largest part of their and dollars 65 percent promoting Low tar brands Down slightly from 1979. No shots no school pupils told Miami up school officials in Northdale county scene of the nation s largest outbreak of measles turned away student monday who could not produce proof of immunization and sent them to special clinics to get their shots. Bob Adams a Dade health official said school officials were refusing to admit students who had not been immunized in a Effort to contain a 170-Case outbreak of Rubeola officials and teachers have lists of students who were not properly immunized As of last week and the ones who still Don t have the proper documentation Are being asked to leave school and get their shots Adams said. Walters to succeed Nimmo Washington up president Rea Gan announced monday he has nominated Harry Walters an assistant Secretary of the army to be the chief of the veterans administration succeeding Robert Nimmo. White House aides indicated during few weeks that Walters 46, had been picked for the Post. But before the nomination was official it ran into a Snag on Capitol Hill where veterans affairs com Mittee legislators complained they had not been consulted. Walters who will face Senate confirmation was criticized by sen. Strom Thurmond r-s.c., when he was appointed tothe Pentagon Post for serving Only four years in the army after graduating from West Point in 1959. While at West Point Walters played fullback on army s last undefeated football team and was mentioned for All America honors. Book says Nixon of d attempt to kill Allende Boston up former president Richard Nixon and his Secretary of state Henry Kissinger gave the Cia a Blank Check to arrange the assassination of president Salvador Allende of Chile in 1970, Atlantic monthly Magazine reported monday. Then Cia director Richard Helms was approached by both men and Nixon gave him a Blank Check to move against Allende without informing anyone according to an article in the december Issue of the Magazine. The chilean president was killed in a coup three years later but there was no evidence of Cia involvement. The Atlantic monthly article Isan excerpt of Seymour m. Hersh s Book the Price of Power Kissinger in Nixon s Helms told the Senate intelligence committee in 1975 he did not consider assassination to have been included in Nixon s authorization to move against the chilean president but the former Cia director reportedly told a different Story to a close associate reached by Hersh. In a later conversation. Helms provided a much More credible description of what too place on sept. 15 Nixon had specifically ordered the Cia to get rid of Allende Hersh told the associate that there was no doubt in his mind at the time what Nixon was pressured again on the subject at least one time by Kissinger the article said. The intelligence committee reported Nixon authorized the Cia to stage a military coup if possible to prevent Allende s election in october1970 but also said it could find no evidence of american backed assassination plotting. Hersh reported Yeoman Charles e. Radford who handled documents in a National Security Council office was shocked to discover in 1970 White House paper proposing different ways to kill paper discussed various ways of doing it Radford was quoted As saying. Either behave somebody in the country do it or we do it ourselves. It stuck in my mind because for the first time in my life i realized that my government actively was involved in planning to kill anti abortionists charged with kidnapping abortion clinic duo Springfield 111. Up three Texas men who belong to an anti abortion group called the army of god have been charged with extortion in the kidnapping of an abortion clinic founder and his wife the Fri said. One of the men Wayne a. Moore 18, new Caney was arrested at a Friend s House on the North Side of Springfield Early sunday. The other two remained at Large Fri special agent Joseph e. Ondrus Masaid. Moore his 20-year-old brother Matthew , new Caney and Don b. Anderson 41, Pearland were charged with obstructing the business of abortion clinics owned by or. Hector and his wife Rosalie Jean were kidnapped from their posh Edwardsville 111.,Home aug. 12 and released unharmed eight Days later. Zevallos 53, operates the Hope clinic for women in Granite City and owns the building that houses another abortion clinic in Shreveport la. A group that called itself the army of go claimed responsibility for the abduction in a Ransom letter and tape recording left at a Park. The communication listed the group s epistles discussing their views on abortion an the . Constitution. From the indication that we have the army of god As the press has reported it in the past is most Likely comprised of these three individuals. The motive As was stated in the epistles is the abortion Issue Andrula said. My my a two door a Hippopotamus attempts to make a meal of animals in the International wildlife Park in Fortan automobile whose occupants paused to feed the Worth Texas. A

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