Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - May 31, 1982, Ukiah, California May 1982 Date Hi Lo 30 78 49 11 a.m. Today 54 May 1981 Date Hi Lo 30 79 52 Low Today 50 24-hour Rainfall 0.00 Rainfall 55.50 Last Year 25.78 Ukiah Mendocino California MENDOCINO Low overcast with local fog and drizzle Morning low overcast becoming fair inland and partly cloudy near the ocean in the afternoon Fort Bragg 58,47 and 59. Ukiah 77,49 and 78. 122nd Year No. 37 May 31,1982 1 Section 25 Cents meet over concern Cuba condemning the United States and hosted officials of at least 35 nations today preparing a nations meeting dominated by concern over the Falklands Diplomats said the three-day meeting that officially opens probably with a speech by Cuban President Fidel would likely call for a cease-fire and U.N. sponsored on the South Atlantic Although not a member of the Argentina will send a delegation to the three-day It was not known if Argentina Foreign Minister Nicanor Costa Mendez would Senior officials and ambassadors from the countries of the coordinating bureau of the Nonaligned Movement called today's one-day session to draft the topics for the ministerial chairman of the 97-member has been an outspoken supporter of Argentina in its battle with England over the Falkland known as the Malvinas in British aggression against the Malvinas touches the roots of the its and Cuban Deputy Foreign Minister Jose R. Viera said Cuban officials said Sunday they expected 80 delegations with 432 to attend the full Delegations will attempt to reach a consensus on each In 1975 the coordinating bureau of the group endorsed Argentina's sovereignty over the British but without to the right of self-determination of the saying the impact of the world economic crisis on underdeveloped countries would also be said like in the peace southern Africa and the South the negative role of the United States remains like a he Diplomats and other sources added the conference would also discuss the Persian Gulf South development and the north-south dialogue on Reagan announces arms reduction talks with Soviets will begin in June Photo by Ron Gluckman Workers were hurrying to get things ready for Ukiah's newest R.J. which opened recently on the north end of Sambos once did The new restaurant has been doing a brisk business since i Administration officials list rake in thousands in outside income By SUZANNE F. GREEN WASHINGTON Secretary Terrel a career bureaucrat who recently called himself the poorest member of the listed at least in outside assets and income last year and in Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan reported earning in salary and bonuses from his New Jersey construction And Defense Secretary Caspar earned at least - and as much as million - from stock sales and lees in connection with his former position as vice president and general counsel of In a year of financial crunch for many these and other top administration officials received hundreds of thousands of dollars above their government They disclosed business activities and gifts on their 1981 annual financial disclosure statements filed with the Office of Government Ethics in recent Of 12 officials whose statements have been only three - budget director David Health and Human Services Secretary Richard Schweiker and Interior Secretary James Watt - listed their government salaries as their major source of income for last Treasury Secretary Donald former chief executive of Merrill Lynch and reported earning at least in outside income - more than 10 times his salary as a Cabinet of who also reported he and his wife hold at least million worth of in- most of the income was from trusts and previous business The disclosure reports require federal officials to report ranges of income in different categories and most computations are for minimum They have stirred some Attorney General William French who disclosed earnings of above his Cabinet accepted and then returned in severance pay from a California steel firm owned by Earle M. a member of CIA Director William also a wealthy lawyer before Joining the reported at least in outside income last year - mostly from cantol gains and stock figure includes a NX state tax Among the in gifts reported by President and Mrs. Reagans were two belt buckles with the initials and and a pair of calfskin boots with the presidential The income above his government salary was Vice President George Bush reported earning at least in investment and received worth of gifts that included worth of golf balls and a Steuben crystal platter with a silver The statements of Secretary of State Alexander U.N. Ambassador Jeane Secretary of ' Commerce Malcolm Housing Secretary Samuel Pierce and Transportation Secretary Drew Lewis have not yet been By DONALD A. DAVIS WASHINGTON saying Memorial Day is a to commemorate a quest for announced today that Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with the Soviet Union will begin in Geneva June 29. In a brief speech at Arlington National Reagan also announced the United States will refrain from actions that undercut the strategic arms agreements long as the Soviet Union shows equal The announcement of the date for the START negotiations was made simultaneously in The U.S. delegation will be led by Ambassador Edward deputy to the head of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and a foe of the unratified SALT II The Soviet negotiators will be headed by Ambassador sides great importance to these the joint announcement Reagan motored to the cemetery for the traditional services honoring the nation's war dead and placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown In his brief he the quest for the United States has proposed to the Soviet Union that we reduce the threat of nuclear weapons by negotiating a stable balance at far lower levels of strategic This is a fitting occasion to announce that START negotiations between our country and the Soviet Union will begin on June 29." Reagan said that the United States must work with its allies to build and to strengthen bonds among each but understanding must also extend to potential adversaries must strive to speak of them not but firmly and and the gulf between our codes of must always be is this honesty of mind that can open paths to that can lead to fruitful that can build a foundation upon which treaties between our nations can stand and last - treaties that can someday bring about a reduction in the terrible arms of arms that threaten us with war even more terrible than those that have taken the lives of the Americans * we honor he goal is he can gain that peace by strengthening our by speaking candidly of the dangers before by assuring potential adversaries of our by actively pursuing every chance of honest and fruitful Reagan's address was a curtain raiser to a highlighted by his trip to Europe starting during which he will stress the theme of The journey will take him to Bonn and The nuclear arms agreements with the Soviets which Reagan pledged to adhere to if the Soviets do likewise includes the five-year SALT I which has and the SALT II pact signed by former President Jimmy Carter and Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev in Vienna in 1979, but which has never been ratified by the Rowny was on the representative of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the SALT II negotiations and pulled out in bitter After that he lobbied to defeat any move to ratify the arms limitation Fighting reported within 20 miles of Port Stanley By United Press International War correspondents with Britain's northern column on the Falkland Islands said today it was up for the and fighting within 20 miles of the island capital Port fighting now is going on around Mount 20 miles from but it is too early to say what form this fighting is reported Brian Hanrahan of the BBC in a direct broadcast from the seized April 2 by Other war correspondents said British marines and but afte slogging across miles of rugged rocks and also were advancing in the northern arm of a pincer closing in for an expected showdown battle with the 7,000-man Argentine garrison dug in around the Britain's Defense Ministry said its parachute regiment lost 19 not 12, in capturing Port Green arid taking 1- 400 Argentine defenders prisoner Hanrahan the regiment was pushing forward Argentine President Leopoldo Galtieri met in Buenos Aires with the Soviet ambassador amid reports that the British aircraft carrier Invincible had been hit in ah air London denied any of its ships were hit Britain's Defense Ministry said two Argentine were shot down in attacks on British ships - and said some Argentine raids had become Hercules transport flew over a British ship and threw bombs out the rear There was no immediate word on what Galtieri discussed with Soviet Ambassador R. but it is assumed that posible Soviet aid to Argentina was on the In a radio Argentine Air Force Commander Brigadier Basilio Lami Dozo confirmed that aircraft carrier had been by Argentine pilots Air Force has the same capacity pw as May 1, Lami Dozo have about the same number of personnel - we haven't lost very On Sunday British warships bombarded the capital where an estimated 7,000 Argentine troops are firmly dug with 4.5-inch guns firing 25 rounds a Harrier vertical takeoff struck from the At sea further British officials earlier said navy ships beat off an Argentine air attack without any ship being bit.