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Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - April 15, 1968, Ukiah, California THE WEATHER Northwestern Cloudy and cooler through Tuesday with showers likely along coast and today and elsewhere diminishing High today and low tonight Ukiah 72-44. Est. A Combination of The Redwood Est. 1929; Ukiah Republican Est. 1876, and Dispatch Est. 1860 Official City Newspaper Complete News Coverage of Mendocino and Lake Counties United Press International Wire and NEA Telephoto Worldwide Service TEMPERATURES 1968 ' 1967 Low High Low 14 79 35 | 14 50 57 Noon Today 38 Low Today 46 Rainfall 32.09 Last Year 88.W Courtesy Ukiah Fire Department Weather VOLUME XIV 10c Per Copy * MENDOCINO APRIL 15,1968 Pages up Two Moon Try Pope Paul Possible Mediator in Peace Talks FRIDAY E. director of the state department of veterans visited Toby county veterans for a period of time Friday afternoon to discuss problems peculiar to this The affable Johnson managed to get in some fishing Friday evening Lake Mendocino before returning to his desk in photo by G. Hunter Everything Pilfered over Weekend Two Wall a a a cylinder for a a radiator and antenna on a you name it and it's likely that it may eventually be stolen at some time or in some way or That's the conclusion reviewing the numerous burglary and theft reports received by the sheriff's office over the For Russ McPherson of Ukiah reported that someone had entered his unoccupied house on a ranch south of Hopland and taken two electric wall heaters and two saddles and two bridles from the Total loss was estimated at Woody Smith of San Jose reports that his rental house on Talmage Road had been entered and a and an oil stove in cash also was Bob Miller of Redwood Valley reports that while his posthole digger was parked at the West Coast Lumber Company someone removed the hydraulic valued at Abraham Zipser of Oakland to deputies that someone had taken a radiator and aerial from his car at rural home in Redwood The 103 Club reported Friday that someone had broken in and taken money from a cigarette juke box and also from coin box in the file Total cash loss was estimated at Norman LeRoy of San Jose reports that his parked at Lake was broken into and miscellaneous household utensils two sleeping bags were Estimated value trf the lost items was Felipe of the Twining Ranch on River Road reported that someone stele the license plates off his 1965 By CHARLES W. BELL VATICAN CITY Paul VI declared his in the Vietnam conflict Easter Sunday and emerged today as a possible mediator in peace In a carefully worded Easter message to the the Roman Catholic pontiff called ASTIN ATORS TAX DEADLINE 11 P.M. the Postoffices throughout the nation are geared to a last minute influx of federal and state tax Those persons anticipating a rebate no filed their reports long ago but for those taxpayers who have to put out liard cash this especially beleaguered whose state income tax in many nearly this is Postmaster Ulis Briggs warns that those who will be mailing federal or state income tax returns tonight that the last collection from boxes en Oak and Standley and Oak and Smith and from the inside windows will made at 11 p.m. Mailers must comply with the 11 p.m. deadline in order to receive a Monday cancellation on their Eel River Project Plans for the construction of California's largest storage project are being rushed through Congress before the public and governmental agencies sufficient time to review it was charged Officials of the newly formed the Eel River in Covelo said that only one public hearing has been held by the U.S. Corps of Engineers on its plan to construct an 8-million acre dam and reservoir on the middle fork of Eel River near Dos Lewis H. San Francisco attorney and legal counsel to the association said the Dos Rios project will be Shasta and Oroville that the Corps of Engineers proposes to build by far the largest facility ever constructed in it has held only one public hearing to receive comments on That solitary meeting was held on Dec. 15, 1967 in Butler The attorney added that since that the Dos Rios proposal been rushed through the Department of Resources of the State of California without public hearings and without adequate time for many State Agencies to evaluate the for a ceasefire and and negotiations to end the Vietnam The Pope also stressed his for all involved the His words were heard by than 200,000 persons in St. Peter's square and by millions more on - Paul refrained from specifically nominating himself a mediator but left the impression he would be willing to Vatican observers Said it was the first time they could recall the Pope making such a declaration of impartiality on the Vietnam although has avoided sides in the They said the pontiff now appeared able to act as a Vietnam The for coupled with a new plea for victory over was one of strongest in Paul's five - year ' ' whole civilized world Satellites Circle EASTER EGG skies and a virtually windless day drew a record throng of youngsters Municipal park and golf course Sunday for the annual Ukiah Lions Club Easter egg The busy Lions more than 7,000 candy eggs in strategic Here a line of the prepares to dash down the fairway when the starter blows his Hundreds of special prizes were also The faithful had gathered earlier at Lookout Coyote for the traditional Easter Sunrise services presided over by ministers from various Ukiah Journal photo by Cober pen Housing Law to Have Teeth By ED WASHINGTON the difficult peace in i deral administrators are where it seems the war can i ed to announce this week their never where the collision the greatest powers keeps for carrying out the the world in suspense with the anguished fear of a gigantic conflict Which would overwhelm all in frightful the pontiff The 70-year-old speaking from the balcony of St. Peter's as a light rain said he looked on the prospects of Vietnam peace talks and expressed the wish the first steps might lead soon a happy called for a peace settlement which guaranteed freedom to both North and South provisions of the 1968 Civil Rights Act. were signs that the Department of Housing and Urban Development which is to administer this section of the new does not plan to permit it to operate that merely as individual complaints The new law's provisions against discrimination in renting or leasing theoretically will affect an estimated 68 per cent of all the nation's or rent because of religion or national The record of the formerly segregated schools of the South since passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act has shown that Negroes were slow rights to transfer voluntarily to integrated The federal government has been seeking more court authority to require local school authorities to take Policeman Snuffed Out at SAN FRANCISCO - A policeman found he was a civilian today leading 150 hippies in a Marijuana - on the steps of the Hall of Justice on a sunny Easter Police Sgt. Richard R. a father of was arrested and booked on charges of possession of marijuana after accepted a ilight and took a few puffs from a He wore his police uniform without a revolver but had on bright red A bright red ribbon was wound around his hand an iris stuck in a buttonhole near his want the right to take a different kind of Holy Communion and I don't want to be sneaky about said am trying to prove I have the right do what I want with my own I feel the present against marijuana and LSD have reached same absurdity as those against alcohol during ' Hippies clapped and They strewed flowers in his They called Bergess and carried A. few others in the crowd smoked but only who joined the force in 1355, was Upon orders of Police Chief Thomas he was relieved of his badge and uniform and suspended from the Bergess later rejoined the wearing a prison blanket and a white shirt over bright red He said red underwear was symbolic and he would wear it until senseless killings are halted throughout the Appointed sergeant 10 months Bergess said he has been smoking marijuana since August 1966jwhenjiei_sampled some of evidence obtained in a police raid in bury district the Highway 128 Misl Injures Three Three Talmage residents were injured at 2 a.m. today when a car driven by Loma 27, went out of control on Highway 128 three miles south of and ran off the Also injured were Annot 63, and Ruth 56. All three were taken to Redwood Coast The California Highway Patrol also investigated an accident on the Mendocino State Hospital grounds Friday at 11:55 in which James 20, of was seriously injured when the Honda he Was operating collided with a1 car driven by 48,? of The report indicated that Elliott had allowed his car to drift across the center of the street near the intersection of Bush Drive and Terence Two women Were Highway 1 hear Elk when the driver lost control of her car which hit an embankment and Taken to Pt. Arena Medical Center for treatment were Prudence 27; the and Mary 25, a In a commentary monitored | housing when they become fully in Hong the Peking i effective in 1970. Peoples Daily charged the il leaves States has no intention of 1 ed only individual owners who entering into meaningful peace sell or without the help of talks on The official professional agent or broker Red Chinese organ advised the where federal financing is not Vietnamese Communists to keep The commentary said In all other transactions it on Page 8)- will be illegal to refuse to sell Sheriff Reports Weekend Bookings at County Jail Mike Gerald 19. of arrested for violation of the the Morningstar Sonoma I Unemployment Insurance Richard 27 1 1 and Jerry Doran 23, plus two 17-year-old I juveniles were arrested near Dos Rios on suspicion of 1 burglary shortly after food was reported taken from the C. A. i True trailer at Dps sheriff's department reported j Richard Allen 24, Al arrested in Fort Bragg for driving while license was Pete Jay 28, arrested on a warrant cut of Ukiah Justice Court for traffic Edward Joseph 27, Soviet Spy Charge where merely opening the door to transfers got little HUD Secretary Robert C. who is to administer the new open housing turned aside questions about whether he will adopt some housing counterpart of the HUD sources said his reason for postponing policy statements was that he was still conferring with staff members and They said he plans to announce his plans in a news conference By HENRY MOSCOW unmanned spaceships accomplished history's second fully automatic link-up in orbit the Tass news agency The two Sputniks remained linked in orbital flight for three hours 50 minutes in a maneuver televised back to The linking was carried out Satellite Cosmos 212, launched and 213, launched The two satellites sought each out in space automatically on command from earth and then managed a rigid vital operation in the preparation of future manned to the Tass said the two circled the earth then separated on command from the ground control center and went different It said the satellites were continuing their flights and their of outer The R u s sians said the maneuver tested newly refined systems of docking and that all functions performed The Soviets staged history's first fully link-up in orbit last fall as a space highlight the week before the celebrated its 50th The United States had previously linked up manned of its Gemini But Soviet scientists wrote fully automatic orbital link-up was more sophisticated operation with in of huge this The law requires him to start erection immediate and i orbiting laboratories as well as to help i in the race to put men on the achieve the legislative aim of - gaining housing The link-up was accomplished out the United I in an orbit similar to that used shall call conferences of persons in the industry for manned | Fort arrested for Fish The three adults were and Game violation of at County Jail and the two j ing undersized placed in Juvenile Lorna searching the rested in Boonville for driving driven by j without a license and having an ed the stolen items from the open container in her The five were Three Ukiah cited by Deputy Ken Nystrom as they by sheriff's deputies for having were leaving the area of the Doran also was booked on suspicion of drunk Other weekend arrests reported by the sheriff's office Raymond Barry 29, arrested on a Ukiah Justice Court warrant for a Jack 68, arrested in Hopland while driving with a suspended Nelson 23; arrested on a Ukiah Justice Court warrant for traffic Arthur Fredrick 31, arrested on an Orange County John William 32, WH beer in their possession Edward 40,- was held in County Jail en route to Susanville for disciplinary deputies are also investigating a report from Robert that someone thrown tar dirt and nails into his swimming pool while he had been on They also are investigating another malicious mischief report from John McWhorter that -had thrown rocks and broken two porch lights and done damage to the all in the Talmage Deputies also picked up a juvenile as a runaway on PARIS and British newspapers today charged a Soviet spy is working j on President Gaulle's personal ' A spokesman at the tial Elyse Palace described as j comical the reports which the alleged spy on De Gaulle's staff to Harold the British secret i service executive who turned out to be a Russian all very comic and we are serenely awaiting the revelations they say they will make espionage palace said of promised newspaper Le Canard a weekly satirical first published the According to the the story of the spy on De Gaulle's staff came from Col. de French secret service liaison officer in Washington with the American Central Intelligence Agency De was said to i have been ordered because too close ties to the to have refused and to have remained in the United He was said to be living now in the j Two London Sunday the Sunday Times and the printed the reports after Le Canard The Sunday Times said it Will print next week a copyrighted article has been a a French who pushed President de Gaulle info that the character named Colombine in a recent novel by American author Leon is on Page 8)-, and other interested parties to acquaint them with the provisions of this and his suggested means of implementing the act He also endeavor with their advice to work out programs of voluntary and by the Soviets space ' The Russians announced Sunday after putting Cosmos 212 into an orbit ranging from 127 to 148 miles above the surface that the craft would be used for new systems and elements of the design of phraseology which in the has been used to shall consult with state and i describe tests of unmanned - on Page 8) 1 - on Rage 8)- World Happenings in Brief Tex. flew to Honolulu today for a high-level Vietnam strategy review and talks w i th South Korean President Park The hunt for elusive Starov Gait although there no warrant outstanding for the SEOUL U.N. officials lodged a formal protest today against an Easter night Communist ambush that killed two American and two South Korean soldiers 800 yards from the truce village of South Korean said President Johnson will be asked for stronger U.S. military By United Press International Israeli patrols killed five Arab guerrillas and wounded seven in two weekend clashes that also killed one Israeli and wounded Israeli officials announced today Quantities of weapons were ATLANTA - Federal the largest manhunt in FBI maintained stringent lence as they followed a cold trail in the hunt for the sniper assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. BERLIN Berlin leftwing students today asked 150,000 ban the bomb marchers to cripple West Germany's largest newspaper firm which they blame in the shooting of their Rudi Police here and throughout West Germany canceled all massed around the publishing plants of Axel Springer and set tip steel barricades and barbed ' SAN FRANCISCO U.S. Congressmen will tour redwood forests in Northern California Tuesday morning at start of new hearings oh proposals to establish a wood National U.S. flew a record 148 missions against North nam's sou thern panhandle military spokesmen said Hanoi Radio said the planes returned again today and bombed north of the 20th
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