Cedar Rapids Gazette, March 9, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

March 09, 1974

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Issue date: Saturday, March 9, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather-. Fair tonight, lows In 80s. Sunny Sunday highs in 40s. VOLUME 02-NUMBEUM CITY FINAL 10 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SATURDAY, MARCH ASSOCIATED PRESS, IJPI, NEW YORK TIMES INNOCENT PLEAS Teleutioio KIDNAP VICTIM FREED Calzadilla 8 his kidnaping ordeal over is carried by his father to a waiting helicopter at New York's LaGuardia airport for the flight to his Long Island home. Nab 4 in Boy's Kidnaping By Associated Press The FBI Saturday announced arrest of two more young men in connection with the kidnap- ping of: an 8-year-old Dix Hills, N Y, boy who was released unhaimed after payment of aper Al Ahram said Saturday hat Arab oil ministers -would ift the oil embargo against the U. S. at a meeting planned for iunday in the Egyptian capital: t said the'move would esolution reached at an Arab conference last month in Al- [iers. But Algeria and Libya, both ipposed to lifting the embargo, ippeared to disagree with Cairo about when and where the meet- ng would take place. Their go- (Continued: Page 2, Col. 5.) Today's Chuckle One reason photographs don't look natural is that photographers always tell their subjects to look pleasant. Copyrlahl Illegal Aliens' Van Crashes; 14 Killed OCOTILLO, Calif. (AP) The panel van was packed with illegal aliens who had been caught north of the Mexican border and were being taken across the southern California desert for deportation. Several similar runs are made each day, but one Friday ended in disaster. The van went off Interstate 8 on an upgrade and smashed into the rear of a large refrigerated truck that had been parked on the shoulder so the driver could rest. Fourteen men were killed in- cluding the van driver, Albert Fold of El Centro, Calif., a U.S. Immigration Service detention officer. The oilier six passca gers were seriously injured. Highway patrolmen said crash cause wasn't known but there were no skid marks, in dicating the driver hadn't tried to stop before hilling the truck while traveling about 50 miles an hour. The border patrol said the passengers had been arrested recently at various places in California and assembled in El Centre, about 40 miles ensl ol here. They were to have transferred to another vehicle at Jacumba, just west of Ocotillo, and driven to patrol headquarters in Chula Vista south of San Diego, where they would have been deporlcd. Because of a heavy influx ol illegal aliens in the Imperial Valley recently, several such trips arc made each day, a pa- trol spokesman said. The truck driver said ho had pulled onto n rest stop to nap and was jarred nwnkc by lite crash, lie was uninjured. ;