The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on June 22, 1966 · 15
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 15

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Wednesday, June 22, 1966
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1 The Boston Globe Wednesday, June 22, 1966 15 3 Generations Face Baby Theft Charge World News I . cs Blonde, blue-eyed Heldihome last March and taken to but prior to the divorce, the to Stoughton Police Capt Kenya Union Rips RFK Stand NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuters) The ruling Kenya African National Union (KANU) party has criticized a statement by Sen. Robert F. Kennedy that he was opposed to sanctions against South Africa. On his return to New York from an African tour. Whiting is only two years old, Mrs. Nolan's farm in Lirning-ton. Me. Heidi is still at the farm where she is being cared for by her great-grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Gunter. Mrs. Gunter, 66, is also named in the kidnap complaint, police said. Little Heidi had been turned over to the state as an outcome family resided in Quincy. j Thomas Mara and Chief John F. Donahue, early yesterday, but sJw Is to be pawn In a Mrs. Whiting and her mother, court case involving her Mrs. Nolan, both German nationals, came to the United on the kidnap warrants ob tained by the state. mother, her grandmother, and her great-grandmotner. States in the early 50s from a Czech prison camp where they were jailed following World War II. As a result of their status, For Heidi's mother, the for 1st Space Engine mer Mrs. Hona Whiting, 22, and grandmother, Mrs. John Nolan, 44, are being held at Dedham Jail in lieu of bail for a hearing in Stoughton District On Sept. 1, 1964, the Air! Force successfully launched - the senator said he was opposed to any United States the the two women are asking's,, fir.t TitaT, ttt sna lannrh West German Republic, ... ,t . , . Court next Tuesday. through its Boston consulate, to represent them at the Tuesday hearing. Mrs. Whiting and her I WlllVlC Va At) 111 O t rocket booster designed specifically for space launchings. All other boosters are modi- They are charged by the of Mrs. Whiting's divorce from her husband. DanieL last State Division of Child Guardianship with the abduction of January. He now lives in Hingham, Heidi from a Stoughton foster mother surrendered themselves 'fied I.C.B.M.s. - xraae emDargo against bouth Africa because it would hurt the non-whites most. .z: Last night, KANU said, "This is the line peddled ; by apologists for apartheid (South Africa's racial separation policy), especially' by vested interests who t fear their own investments will be harmed by a policy 'of sanctions." t .' - Chou's Romania Talks Held Futile I .' BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) Secret talks between Chinese Communist Premier Chou En-lai and 'Romanian leaders resumed today amid speculation that the Romanians had made little progress in efforts to mediate between Peking and Moscow. . Public statements made by Chou suggested to Western observers that the Chinese will continue -their tough. policy toward the Soviet Communist ' Party. The two delegations will meet for a five- hour conference tomorrow and Chou leaves for Alba- t nia Friday. Mexican Sorcerer Rocks Village V JALAPA, Mexico (UPII) Authorities in this state capital faced up this week to the kind of problem you hardly find any more: What do you do about & sorcerer who is accused of hexing a whole village? i Peasants from the village of St. John the Evan- gelist told the attorney general a sorcerer's curse has driven one youth out of his mind. They fear it will '"' spread to the rest of the villagers. ; - : . I . The villagers say a local sorcerer named Sotero . Hernandez put the whammy on them. I Bride Call Starts Japan Stampede ': TOKYO (UPI) A search by a Honolulu organisation for eligible brides has turned up a virtual f bonanza in Hiroshima. James C. 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