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Oxnard Press Courier (Newspaper) - April 8, 1973, Oxnard, California Child abuse crimes see Page 15 the press Cou serving Ventura county weather sunny today and monday. Local Gusty Northeast winds today. Decreasing tonight. A Little warmer Days. Overnight lows 45 to 55. Highs today and monday 68 to 76. Details on Page 2. Volume 36 number 279�?60 pages Oxnard California sunday april 8, 1973 single copy 25c�?for Home delivery phone 483-1105 hueneme High youths killed fiery crash in Malibu ends trip homeward Fate saves 6th boy he stopped in California sat $1.5 million paid in kidnapping Buenos Aires Argentina apr leftist guerrilla kidnappers released american executive Antony r Dacruz saturday night after Eastman Kodak paid $1.5 million in Ransom the company announced. Dacruz 43, a naturalized . Citizen of portuguese birth had been held five Days. He was not harmed the company said. Referring to the release a Kodak spokesman Al the Home office in Rochester n.y., said that As a condition for Dacruze Freedom a this captors required our Argentine office to Call a press conference to reveal the amount of the Ransom in the name of the revolutionary organization which seized c. A. Cassinelli head of the Kodak operation in Argentina told the news conference that the Ransom a in . Dollars and Argentine pesos a was delivered to a Contact Man saturday afternoon. Cassinelli identified the kidnappers As members of the liberation armed forces one of several Argentine guerrilla organizations. Sex pow Apt. Gre it waving american flags and shouting a Welcome Home Gregg of nearly 400 persons lined la Granada drive in thousand Oaks saturday afternoon to cheer capt. Hanson 26, As his parents drove him Home a the first time since he was released from a North vietnamese a Hanson gets rousing Welcome from thous prison to Days ago. Left Dave Classen 8, climbed atop a Street sign to get better View w Hile his younger sister Gloria 6, looks on from Street level. Hanson Steps out of the car in the driveway at his parents or. And mrs. O. L. Hanson Home before going into the Street with a apr is courier photo by Rob Stapleton Ani Oaks neighbors Friend miss Patty Otto 25, of thousand Oaks to lie surrounded by Well wishers. Hanson a reaction to the Homecoming Welcome a ooh wow this is he will return to March air Force Rase today but will be Back in thousand Oaks april 14 for a Gregg Hanson suspect arrested a 26-year-old Man was arrested by police at his Al Monte Home saturday and charged with robbing the Piru Branch of the Bank of America on Friday the Ventura county sheriffs department said. Cecil Roy Tedder was arrested by Al Monte police after Fri and Ventura county sheriffs deputies traced the licence number of the car allegedly used in the Holdup to Tedder a sheriffs spokesman said. The spokesman said that about $1,000 was found with redder when police arrested him. The total taken from the Bank shortly before noon was put at $2,046, lie said. The Bank robber eluded Road blocks and a massive five hour manhunt Friday after he took the Money at gunpoint from two women employees of the Small Bank office deputies said. Inside in Landers. C classified ads. Death notices. Editorials. 4 entertainment pc Magazine Lle Lohe ii sports news .2329 Stock Market .21122 women s news. .15-if v a cml of a a a a a a a 9 Richard Mooney Paul aude Thomas Carson port hueneme senior. Tort hueneme Junior. Port hueneme senior. 2 truce copters new Boycott efforts eyed by the associated press we have just begun to fight. That was the word saturday from consumer groups As they surveyed the results of their w Eek Long meat Boycott. They found that supermarket sales of beef Lamb and pork wore Down meat packers and butchers had reported heavy layoffs Farmers kept their cattle from Market and prices stayed just about the same. A simple housewives serve notice on All that we be just be gun a said a statement issued by Framingham. Mass., group that Calls itself a the Wendy Moldow said the housewives were giving out mimeographed booklets with meatless menus and tips on How to shop wisely. A we mobilized the most powerful Force in our nation this week a a she said a the june Donavan organizer of see Boycott Page 2 missing Saigon a two american piloted helicopters carrying la members of the International commission of control end supervision were lost saturday and one was reported shot Down by ground fire. The peacekeeping helicopters were flying reconnaissance missions Over lao Bao in Northwestern Quang Tri province the northernmost area of South Vietnam near the Border with see truce copters. Page 2 Bank heist Nixon sends troubleshooter to assess fighting in Cambodia Darrell Kimball John Hargrove Oxnard senior. Oxnard Junior. Flood perils new Orleans new Orleans la. A thunderstorms dumped three inches of rain across the flood plagued Mississippi River Val Ley saturday increasing chances that emergency measures might be taken to save this City from inundation. Flash flood warnings were posted throughout the Southeast with cautions of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in Georgia Florida and Alabama. The National weather service said the Rains caused new backups where the red River and the Atchafalaya River join the Mississippi North of Baton Rouge and the Crest prediction for new Orleans was revised to 19 feet a Legal limit for opening spillways to prevent the flooding of the City. A a proviso is there As Well a a forecaster said. A Strong winds and tidal actions can cause fluctuations As much As a half a foot at new in addition new Rains were forecast for monday and tuesday. Army engineers responsible for handling the spillways said they were sticking by plans to avoid using the spillways unless predictions for highest water went up to 20 feet. The spillways would divert some of the River into the Sal a Lake Pontchartrain and the Atchafalaya Basin. The spillways were last opened in 1950. The new Orleans levee Board said it was adding sandbags and Concrete chunks to bolster the levee around the City. A we be got a Well behaved River Down As far As Vicks see flood Page 2 Washington apr Nixon administration actions a Cost the . Taxpayers about $300 million and gave the russians a bargain buy last year in the american soviet wheat Deal rep. John Melcher d-mont., said saturday. Melcher a member of the House agriculture committee and critic of the administration s handling of the Deal said the . Export subsidy a Utility Van in route Home Early saturday morning from motorcycle races at Gardena crashed in Malibu and burst into flames taking the lives of five hueneme High school youths. Word of the tragedy dropped a cloak of gloom Over the Oxnard port hueneme Community. The Van unexplainable veered into two parked cars on a straight stretch of Highway a dozen Miles South of the Ventura county line overturned and trapped four boys in the fiery wreckage As a rear exit apparently jammed the California Highway patrol reported. The fifth victim ejected up front died eight hours later of massive Burns. A whim of Fate left a sixth classmate behind in Oxnard. The dead Paul arde 17, son of or. And mrs. Emiliano arde of 1504 n. Fifth St., port hueneme. Thomas a arson 19. Of 651 Al pleasant Valley Road port hueneme the address listed for or. And mrs. Benton Carson. John Hargrove 17. Son of or. And mrs. Cloys Hargrove of 4010 s. J St. Oxnard listed As Driver of the Van. Was hiked in the face of Strong objections from both the Canadian and australian governments. Furthermore Melcher said in a statement 60 million bushels of the government s . Commodity credit corp. Acc stocks were sold at reduce rates to Continental Grain co., largest Sellers of wheat to the soviets. A spokesman for Secretary of son of or. And mrs. Marvin Kimball of 3900 s. A St., Oxnard. Richard Mooney 17, son of former City councilman and mrs. Jess Mooney jr., 1451 Park ave., port hueneme. A11 but Mooney were pronounced dead at the scene at 1 48 . Saturday the los see 5 students Page 2 Indian Accord clouded wounded knee so. Apr militant Indian leaders and government officials differed saturday Over terms of the settlement of the siege of wounded knee casting doubt on whether the armed occupation would end anytime soon. Federal officials Here said a meeting Between Nixon raises Indian Accord Page 2 agriculture l. Butz said there w Ould be no comment on Melcher s statement and added a your feeling is i or record in this Case is Clear. There was no Butz had announced last month that the Justice department found no criminal wrongdoing by Oast or present government workers and no criminal fraud by firms involved in the $1 billion Grain Deal. A controversy during last years presidential Campaign entered on whether the Grain Industry reaped Windfall profits if there had been gains by inside information and Over Clarence i. Palmby a resignation As assistant Secretary of agriculture to take a Job with Continental Grain co. Darrell a a Mitch Kimball 17, wheat Deal with Russ charged costly to american taxpayers see wheat Deal Page 2 san Clemente. Calif. Apr president Nixon dispatched a trusted troubleshooter to Southeast Asia on saturday to assess a flare up in fighting that has led to . Bombing in Cambodia. The five Day Mission of Gen. Alexander m. Haig or. Clearly was prompted by increasing communist pressure on the cambodian capital of phenom penh. Presidential press Secretary Ronald l. Ziegler said Haig s journey a should not suggest the United states is anticipating reintroduction of . Forces to that Haig formerly Henry a. Kissinger a chief Deputy and now the army a vice chief of staff made la other trips to Indochina during the past three years As he played a key Rote in negotiating the Vietnam cease fire. Urday to Confer with Nixon and Kissinger before heading fir Thailand Laos Cambodia Ani South Vietnam. Haig a Mission Ziegler said is to make a a i firsthand assessing of the situation for the president. Haig strip comes As american b52s continue their bombing attacks on the outskirts of phenom penh in an attempt to break communist control of major highways and Waterways. Military informants in phenom penh reported that a Large Force of communists is concentrated West of the cite and apparently is Presa eng for a strike at the capital City

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