Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, April 26, 1973

Suspected Major Dope Dealer JailedBy KICK NIELSENAn Oxnard man, described as a key supplier of heroin to street dealers in three counties, was arrested Wednesday night on a Ventura County Grand Jury indictment, authoritiesreported.Abel Bautista, 30, of 1230 S. C St., was taken into custody at his home and booked into county jail in Ventura less than four hours alter the secret indictment was handed down.Bautista was charged with four counts of offering to sell and sale of heroin and one countof resisting arrest.Five other persons were taken into custody in connection withBautista’s arrest and an estimated $27,300 worth of “pure” and “packaged” heroin was seized, narcotic agentssaid.Booked in county jail on suspicion of sales r.r.d possession for sale of heroin were Bias Arzabal, 31, of 1239 S. C St., and Gullermo Nunez, 24, of 1175 S. J St., both ofArzabal’s wife, Guadalupe, 27,and Nunez’ wife, Terisa, 24, were booked on suspicion of sales of heroin,Guy Sardo, 28, of 419 Bretty St., Ventura, was booked on suspicion of conspiracy to sell heroin.They were arrested at the (See Heroin, Page 2)SACRAM E N T O (AP) — A plan to end “intolerable conditions” in nursing homes for California’s elderly was introduced Wednesday by a lawmaker who said the state waspartly to blame.The eight-part package introduced by Assemblyman Leo McCarthy would permit surprise inspections of nursinghomes and immediate citations for substandard conditions.