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enied hooses dall
For Interior Secretary

THIRD CABINET POST--President-elect John F. Kennedy yesterday appointed
Udall (D-Ariz) to the post of Secretary of the Interior in the new cabinet.


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Indict Hoffa
On Allegd
Mail Fraud
ORLANDO, Fla. ()--Teamster
Uniona President James R. Hoffa,
who became involved in a Florida'
real estate development, was in-
dicted yesterday on mail fraud
charges involving alleged misuse
of union funds.
The charges were contained in
an indictment returned in United
States District Court and stem
from the union president's con-
nection with a company formed to
develop a 2,400-acre tract in Bre-
vard County on Florida's East
Only six hopses had been built
on the project before it became
involved in law suits and subse-
quently was sold to a Titusville
banker and land developer.
A federal grand jury began
looking into Hoffa's connection
with the project 11 months ago.
It recessed after about two months
and did not resume its investiga-
tion until October.
The indictment was announced
in Washington by Atty. Gen. Wil-
liam P. Rogers about an hour be-
fore a copy of the charges was
made available to newsmen in Or-
In addition to Hoffa, the in-
dictment names Henry Lower,
former officer of a Detroit Team-
sters local, and Robert E. McCar-
thy, Jr., one-time branch man-
ager of a Detroit bank.
Rogers said the indictment ac-
cuses the three men of using more
than half a million dollars of
Teamster funds on the project,
conceived as a retirement haven
for union members.

Representative Plans
Help For Indians
By the Associated Press
NEW YORK -- President-elect
John F. Kennedy yesterday an-
nounced the appointment of Rep.
Stewart L. Udall (D-Ariz) as his
new Secretary of the Interior.
Kennedy then released a meet-
ing-packed schedule for today in
Washington, highlighted by a
conference with Adlai E. Steven-
Udall's appointment was Ken-
nedy's third cabinet selection. He
has seven more to go before com-
pleting the cabinet that will serve
under him after he takes office.
The President-elect set aside
two hours to talk with Stevenson,
mentioned prominently at one
point for the State Department
and more recently for leader of
the American delegation at the
United Nations.
Kennedy told a news confer-
ence that he is taking time in
making his appointments to exer-
cise "the best judgment I can" for
such positions as Secretaries of
State, Defense and Treasury be-
cause he hopes to get the best
possible people and assurances
they will remain in his adminis-
tration for four years.
"This is a great day for me,"
Udall said. He said the cabinet ap-
pointment poses a great challenge
for the only citizen of Arizona
ever given a cabinet post.
He said, too, that "we haven't
done enough for our Indian citi-
zens . .. We can and intend to do
a better job."
Find Bodies,
In BattleshiP
WASHINGTON (M) - Navy re-
cords show evidence that some
victims of the Pearl Harbor attack
died of suffocation after living
for days trapped in the bomb and
torpedo battered hulks on battle-
ship row.
This indication has been report-
ed several times since the Dec.
7, 1941 Japanese attack.
The Navy has now declassified
two pages of a lengthy report on
the salvage of the battleship West
SVirginiawhose hulk yielded 66
bodies. This report stated that
there were "evidences that some
of the men had lived for con-
siderable periods and finally suc-
cumbed due to lack of oxygen."



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