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Ukiah Daily Journal (Newspaper) - April 15, 1968, Ukiah, California THE WEATHER Northwestern (Jalifbrnia: Cloudy and cooler through Tuesday with showers likely along coast and over'mountains. today and elsewhere tonight, diminishing Tuesday. High today and low tonight Ukiah 72-44. Est. ,1954. A Combination of The Redwood Journal, Est. 1929; Ukiah Republican Press, Est. 1876, and Dispatch Democrat, Est. 1860 , Official City Newspaper Complete News Coverage of Mendocino and Lake Counties -� United Press International Wire and NEA Telephoto Worldwide Service TEMPERATURES APRIL, 1968 ' APRIL, 1967 DlUe Hlsrh Low Dat ] lin', 25, a passenger, In a commentary monitored | housing when they become fully in Hong Kong, the Peking i effective in January, 1970. Peoples Daily charged the Generally, il leaves unaffect-United States has no intention of 1 ed only individual owners who entering into meaningful peace ; sell or .rent without the help of talks on Vietnam. The official a" professional agent or broker Red Chinese organ advised the where federal financing is not Vietnamese Communists to keep involved. fighting. The commentary said In all other transactions it -(Continued on Page 8)- will be illegal to refuse to sell Sheriff Reports Weekend Bookings at County Jail , Mike Gerald Gehinger, 19. of Hits, arrested for violation of the the Morningstar Ranch, Sonoma I Unemployment Insurance Code. County; Richard Webber, 27 1 ~'~ 1 '"' "' .Santa Rosa, and Jerry Doran 23, Willits, plus two 17-year-old I juveniles were arrested Sunday' near Dos Rios on suspicion of 1 burglary shortly after food was reported taken from the C. A. i True trailer at Dps Rios, the1 sheriff's department reported j Richard Allen Rasku, 24, Al ameda, arrested in Fort Bragg for driving while license was suspended. Pete Jay Helmey, 28, Ukiah, arrested on a warrant cut of Ukiah Justice Court for traffic violations, Edward Joseph Vermette, 27, Soviet Spy Charge action" where merely opening the door to transfers got little results, HUD Secretary Robert C. Weaver, who � is to administer the new open housing law, turned aside questions about whether he . will adopt some housing counterpart of the "affirmative action" policy. HUD sources said his reason for postponing policy statements was that he was still conferring with staff members and others. They said he plans to announce his plans in a news conference By HENRY SI1APIR6 MOSCOW (UPD-Two unmanned .Soviet spaceships accomplished history's second fully automatic link-up in orbit today, the Tass news agency reported. The two Sputniks remained linked in orbital flight for three hours and. 50 minutes in a maneuver televised back to earth. The linking was carried out b\ Satellite Cosmos 212, launched Sunday, and , 213, launched toda'y. The two satellites sought each other, out in space automatically on command from earth and then managed a rigid coupling-a vital operation in the preparation of future manned voyages' to the moon. Tass said the two satellites, circled the earth jointly, then separated on command from the ground control center and went into, different orbits. It said the satellites were continuing their flights and their studies, of outer space. The R u s sians said the maneuver tested newly refined systems of docking and that all functions performed perfectly. The Soviets staged history's first fully automatic, link-up in orbit last fall as a space highlight the week before the U.SiS.R. celebrated its 50th anniversary. The United States had previously linked up manned spaceships- of its Gemini series. But Soviet scientists wrote that' Rusia's fully automatic orbital link-up was -a1 more sophisticated operation with great,significance in the,future of huge manrted this week. The law requires him to start \ erection immediate "educational and i orbiting laboratories as well as rounciliatory activities" to help i in the race to put men on the achieve the legislative aim of [ moon. - v_ gaining "fair housing through-j The link-up was accomplished out the United States." I in an orbit similar to that used "He shall call conferences of persons in the housing, industry for manned today. | Fort Bragg, arrested for Fish The three adults were booked! and Game violation of possess- at County Jail and the two ju- j ing undersized abalone. veniles placed in Juvenile Hall. ; Lorna Knight, Hopland, ar-Deputies searching the ve- rested in Boonville for driving hicle, driven by Doran, recover- j without a license and having an ed the stolen items from , the open container in her car. trailer. The five were stopped! Three Ukiah juveniles, cited by Deputy Ken Nystrom as they by sheriff's deputies for having were leaving the area of the burglary. Doran also was booked on suspicion of drunk driving. Other weekend arrests reported by the sheriff's office included: Raymond Barry Arnold, 29, Ukiah, arrested on a Ukiah Justice Court warrant for a traffic-violation. Jack Bell, 68, Windsor, arrested in Hopland while driving with a suspended license. -Darrell Nelson ;Pike7 23; Hop-land, arrested on a Ukiah Justice Court warrant for traffic violations. Arthur Fredrick Stickler, 31, Willits, arrested on an Orange County warrant. John William Moore, 32, WH beer in their possession Edward Gonzales, 40,- was held in County Jail en route to Susanville for disciplinary action. /� 'Sheriff's deputies , are also investigating a report from Robert Nicolas, Hopland, that someone had, thrown tar paper, dirt and nails into his . swimming pool while he had been on vaca> tion. They also are investigating another malicious mischief report from John McWhorter that 'someone -had thrown rocks and broken two porch lights and done damage to the Talmage-| club, all in the Talmage area. Deputies also picked up a Cal-pella juvenile as a runaway on Saturday. PARIS (UPD-French and British newspapers today charged a Soviet spy is working j on President Charles' De; Gaulle's personal staff. . ' A spokesman at the presiden-1 tial Elyse Palace described as j comical the reports which linkened the alleged spy on De Gaulle's staff to Harold "Kim" Philby, the British secret i service executive who turned out to be a Russian agent. "It's all very comic and we are serenely awaiting the revelations they say they will make on.this espionage affair," .the palace official" said of promised newspaper accounts. Le Canard Enchaine, a weekly satirical journal, first published the report. According to the newspapers, the story of the spy on De Gaulle's staff came from Col. Thlraud de Vosjoly, French secret service liaison officer in Washington with the American Central Intelligence Agency CIA). De Vosjoly was said to i have been ordered Ihome because too close ties to the CIA, to have refused and to have remained in the United States, He was said to be living now in the Miami, Fla., area. j Two London Sunday newspapers, the Sunday Times and the Observer, printed the reports after Le Canard Enchaine. The Sunday Times said it Will print next week a copyrighted article showing-"There has been a traitor, a French Phuby, who pushed President de Gaulle info anti-Western acts." _ZThe_Erench-weekly-said that the character named Colombine in a recent novel by American author Leon Uris, "Topaz," is -(continued on Page 8)-, and other interested parties to acquaint them with the provisions of this (law) and his suggested means of implementing it," the act says. He also "shall endeavor with their advice to work out programs of voluntary com-.plianc-c and enforcement...he by the Soviets space flights. ' 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 "testing new systems and elements of the design of spacecraft'" phraseology which in the past: has been used to shall consult with state and i describe tests of unmanned - (Continued on Page 8) ; 1 - (Continued on Rage 8)- World Happenings in Brief AUSTIN, Tex. (UPI)-President -Johnson flew to Honolulu today for a high-level Vietnam strategy review and talks w i th South Korean President Park Chuiig-IIee. The hunt for elusive Eric. Starov Gait continues, although there is' no warrant outstanding for the seaman. SEOUL (UPir"- 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 Pan-munjom. South Korean offi-cilas said President Johnson will be asked for stronger U.S. military aid. By United Press International Israeli patrols killed five Arab guerrillas and wounded seven in two weekend clashes that also killed one Israeli and wounded one, Israeli officials announced today 'in Jerusalem. Quantities of Russian-made weapons were seized. ATLANTA (UPI) - Federal agents,"intensifying the largest manhunt in FBI history, today' maintained stringent sir. lence as they followed a cold trail in the hunt for the sniper assassin of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. BERLIN tUPI) -West 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 leader, Rudi "Red Rudi" Dutscitke. Police here and throughout West Germany canceled all leaves, massed around the publishing plants of Axel Springer and set tip steel anti-riot barricades and barbed wire. ' SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - U.S. Congressmen will tour redwood forests in Northern California Tuesday morning at the� start of new hearings oh proposals to establish a Red* wood National Park. SAIGON- (UPI)- U.S. fighter-bombers flew a record 148 missions against North Viet' nam's sou thern panhandle -Sunday, military spokesmen said today. Hanoi Radio said the planes returned again today and bombed north of the 20th Parallel.
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