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Oxnard Press Courier (Newspaper) - October 16, 1977, Oxnard, California 2 the press courier sunday october 16,1977 hijackers refuse Freedom Appeal suburbs become crime Ridden Casitas dam Celebration site Dubai United Arab emirates it a it a two Dubai army doctors pleaded successfully with hijackers of a West German jetliner saturday to release the women and children among their 87 hostages As the terrorists deadline neared to blow the plane up the 11 the hour Appeal came As West German Chancellor Helmut Schmidt scheduled another in a series of crisis Cabinet meetings to decide whether to release 11 jail a terrorists and pay $15 million in Ransom the hijackers also demanded Freedom for two palestinians jailed in Turkey the conditions were set i oth by the hijackers and in West Germany by kidnappers of industrialist Manns Martin Schleyer who threatened to kill their captive unless the demands were met by 4 a in Edt sunday the hijackers set a deadline of 8 a in Edt sunday the two Dubai doctors drove in an ambulance to within 200 Yards of the darkened Lufthansa 737 jetliner parked at the far end of the desert Airport run Way and Simu Ted through a bullhorn a we Appeal to you As soldiers to release women and children Gas ration i continued from Page i waterhouse without any competitive bidding because the firm had been involved in developing earlier gasoline rationing proposals for the Ford administration and therefore had tile experience needed to move quickly among the options known to tie under consideration is a pro a sisal for him government to give ration cards to motorists another proposal would use a White Market coupons that motorists could legally buy and sell among themselves officials stressed however that whatever plan is adopted it would be intended for use Only in Case of a severe gasoline shortage such As might accompany a not it cutoff in Arab Oil supplies Tik president has specific Legal authority to impose gasoline rationing Only if a standby plan has been approves in Advance by Congress and then Only in event of a severe Supply interruption Blum lawyer for the in dependent gasoline marketers Council said two Price waterhouse employees spoke to him sept 29 at Xit rationing proposals and gave him the impression that one plan involved use of major Oil company credit cards. He said this would Hurt Small gasoline retailers who generally Don t Honor credit cards and motorists who can t get credit cards because they do not make enough Money however Energy department officials denied that use of Oil or Bank credit cards was under consideration Oil firms t continued from Page i conference and say this will damage his credibility and the climate of change and confusion surrounding the president s Energy plan has sparked a suggestion from an anti Industry group that he withdraw the program and try again next year the group the Energy action committee said that the Industry already has succeeded in softening the package the president s Tough words thursday came after the Senate voted against his wishes to eventually deregulate the Price of natural Gas and appeared ready to turn Back his proposed crude Oil tax. Designed As a conservation measure other aspects of his plan use were altered or dropped amid intense Industry lobbying but his angry response. Which included a reference to the biggest Ripoff in w As viewed As excessive by tax a Industry Industry officials seemed most upset Over Carters use of the word a profiteering a although he said this was Industry leaders Felt there w As a Strong implication they already were making outlandish profits a from 1973 through 1070. The profits of the 30 largest Oil companies increased by la per cent. While their capital spending increased by 85 per said Herman j Schmidt vice chair Man of Mobil Oil corp Independent figures tend to support the Industry s claims guerrillas claim bomb responsibility Jerusalem a three bombs exploded in Israel saturday injuring several persons the palestinian guerrilla command claimed responsibility for the attacks two of the bombs went off in Jerusalem s old City. Injuring some passersby the third bomb exploded harmlessly at the Entrance at a soccer Field in the coastal town of Nemany a on humanitarian grounds. A Hijacker called Back a we Are also soldiers and we have orders not to release anyone until our demands Are met a earlier the hijackers fired a warning shot to an Airport employee driving a truck near the plane the worker was towing a Generator to the sweltering jetliner whose whose Power system had failed on Friday. The four hijackers a two arabic speaking men and two women a have demanded the 13 prisoners be flown to either Vietnam. Somalia or South Yemen and each be Given $43,880 in German Marks but Bonn government sources said All three countries have refusal to accept the 13 prisoners they also said none of the terrorists jailed in West Germany have been moved from their cells with the dead i in drawing near in Ankara. Turkeys acting foreign minister. Seyfi Ozturk told reporters a we Are awaiting Germany s decision my Are trying to avoid a decision which we May later regret some of the hostages Wen reported ill an israeli reporter who intercepted a conversation Between the hijacked plane and the Dubai Airport control Tower said an 80-year-old male hostage was apparently in danger of his life earlier in the Day. The Pilot of the hijacked Lufthansa Jet radioed an emotional Appeal on to a half of the 57 hostages urging Schmidt to submit to the hijackers demands a we All depend on your he said Quot you Are our last and Only Hope a a dozen soldiers sprawled atop a Sand Dune on the Dubai Airport perimeter trained their machine guns on the hijacked Jet in the control Tower an Arab Sheik coached by psychologists negotiated or the second Day with the Hijack Leader who identified himself As Captain Shahid Mahmoud Quot i Don t think he will blow up the plane Quot said Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid a1 Makh Toum defense minister of this persian Gulf Sheik Dom a but he can Start harming people a the Sheik repeatedly demanded Freedom for the 31 women seven children and a number of sick aboard he said a team of psychologists had taught him a How to make Mahmoud mad and How to Calm him Down again and noted that radio exchanges with the Hijack Leader were alternately rude and civil death notices Alfred c Gill Alfred Quot cd Gill 69, of 501 Magnolia ave. Oxnard died at a Burbank rest Home saturday after a Long illness Gill was bom March 21,19<>8, in Santa Monica he came to Ventura county from Compton 65 years ago he leaves a brother. Edmund Gill of Oxnard services will be held at la a in tuesday in the Chapt of the Payton mortuary. Oxnard the Rev. Richard l. Jones of Oxnard Christian Church will officiate burial will be in Ivy Lawn memorial Park Ventura friends May Call at the mortuary Between noon and 9 p in monday or before services tuesday Margaret m. Wells Margaret mane Wells. 50, of 1337 Edgewood May Oxnard died at a Santa Barbara Hospital thursday night after a Long illness mrs m Olls was bom oct 22. 1926. In Jacksboro. Term she came to Ventura county in 1951. And retired from civil Send ice after 25 years she leaves her husband. Sam c molls a daughter Lynda Masden of Camarillo one granddaughter Mother. Pauline Gammon of Oxnard and a sister. Kathleen hatmaker of Oxnard private family services will be held at m Westminster presbyterian Church. Port hueneme w Ith or Marron v Porter officiating burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Santa Monica. Friends May make remembrances to the american cancer society arrangements Are under direction of the Payton mortuary. Oxnard Joseph h. Faint Joseph h faint. 83. Of 6133 la Cumber Road. Somis died Al a local Hospital Friday after a Brief illness faint a retired ice skater was bom Jan 19, 1864. In Flushing. N \ he served in the balloon corps in world mar i. And came to Ventura county from Coeur d Alene. Idaho two years ago faint leaves a son. Donald w of Somis a daughter. June Hies of Coeur d Alene three grandchildren two Brothers Harry of Florida and John of new York and a sister. Lossie Benedetto of new York. Memorial services will be held at 3 p in monday at Griffin Bros funeral Chapel in Camarillo the Rev. Richard l Brooks will officiate burial will be Al sea. Bing Crosby final portrait Bing continued from Page i course near Madrid he was 73 years old to the world he May have been famous. Harry Crosby said. A but to me he was just my father a wonderful father a Bing Crosby an american idol was remembered and admired by several generations for his easygoing style on stage and screen. He had made More than 70 movies and sold More records than anyone until Elvis Presley came along Spanish medical authorities performed an autopsy saturday and confirmed that the Singer died of a massive heart attack. U s consular officials said the officials said Spanish regulations probably would delay Crosby a last trip Home until monday his son was to accompany the body on a commercial flight a Small crowd of spaniards joined reporters and photographers outside Hie City morgue in Madrid where Crosby a body was taken for an autopsy . Officials said the body was being prepared for Transfer to the United states but they said Spanish death certification requirements probably would not be completed until monday and the body would not be released until then Harry Crosby oldest of three children bom after Crosby s second marriage in 1957 to Kathryn Grant was met at Madrid Airport by Cesar de Zulueta president of the Madrid Golf club de Zulueta was in the group with which Crosby played his final game . Consular officials also were at the Airport and Ham Crosby asked them to handle preparations for the return of his fathers body the funeral will be held tuesday in los Angeles he said in addition to two sons and a daughter from his second marriage. Crosby had four sons from his first marriage to actress Dixie Lee. Who died in 1k2 spaniards like most other Lei Lowers of the crooners career were numbed by the news of his death government television ran several old Crosby movies with comedian Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. And newspapers praised him for his Devotion to family life As Well As for his singing boost continued from Page i specifically guarantee us ships priority rights to use the canal in Case of emergency Carter recently had admitted the treaty was in trouble in the Senate and White House officials said after Friday s meeting that the m Hite House was counting on the clarification of the agreement to move some support to the treaty but sen. Paul Laxalt. Whom Republican opponents of the treaty have designated As their spokesman said fridays statement Quot will satisfy no one it does t reach the Basic Issue of Why we it hould give up the canal at ail. Drilling ship departs for exploration site the new drilling ship Secco 472. Which spent the last week at the port of hueneme after her Maiden voyage from Japan w As scheduled to depart saturday night for a deep water exploration site of Sirinan on the Northern tip of South America she will proceed to the site via the Panama canal to do work for Exxon co Secco inc. Of Dallas owner of the 475-foot-Long vessel which will be Home ported at Houston has a second drilling ship Secco 445, being refitted in Greenland. A third drilling ship Secco 471, is being built Tor the company in Nova Scotia. It also operates a number of drilling rigs worldwide while in port hueneme Harbor the Secco 472 had a change of Crew and some minor Post delivery work done above decks she is carrying aboard a sophisticated a Blowout preventer for placement on the sea Bottom before Sun of drilling it was an autumn sunday dusk in a woodsy suburb and three Little girls went out to play millions of children do it every Day in the towns that ring the nations crime Ridden cities being Able to simply Send the kids out to play is one of the charms of the suburbs and one of the reasons for leaving the City. But that Charm is eroding in suburbs everywhere. In Elva on md., the three girls did not return last sunday to their comfortable Homes to Miles South of Baltimore the bodies of Deborah Ann Hogan to. Her sister Theresa 8. And Ann Marie Bresz Kiewicz 8. Were discovered the following Day in a Creek they had been stabbed to death two of them had More than 40 wounds a 16-year-old neighbor. Stuart Kreiner. Was arrested and charged with the deaths that ended the serenity of Suburbia. Quot we be always Felt fairly Safe Here but you can feel the fear in the Bruce Strazze president of the local civil association said before the arrest a this is a typical bedroom Community and we be never had a heinous crime like this a said capt. William Lindsey of the Anne Arundel county police Quot it has shaken the Community up pulled people closer together arid made them keep their kids close to Home a people would expect a triple murder in nearby Baltimore or Washington but not in this relaxed Community of $60,000 Homes somehow it had seemed immune no longer the causes of the growing crime in Suburbia Are varied and debated it naturally migrates from the cities with the population it commutes outward with Urban criminals it becomes indigenous to the suburbs its narcotics ifs youth its permissive family and lenient courts. Although the latest feb i. Statistics show the nations crime rate is dropping the suburbs show a 6 per cent increase in violent crimes a murder rape and assault a for the first six months of 1977 compared with the same period in 1976. By contrast cities Over 25,000 population show a 2 per cent drop in those crimes. Over All the suburbs had a 6 per cent drop in crime reflecting a 7 per cent drop in property crime but there Are wide variations and 9ome suburbs suffer much More than others. The list of violent crimes in Suburbia is growing. A in the last month two babysitters were raped and a third was assaulted in Ramsey and upper Saddle River n j patrols were increased and a Babysitter switchboard was set up a Susan Rosenthal a 29-Yearold Bride was murdered in her Home two weeks ago in new Hope. Minn., a suburb of Minneapolis threats were Spray painted around the quiet neighbourhood her husbands former Girlfriend was arrested a a 17-year-old Babysitter kidnapped three children from the Dallas suburb of Garland two weeks ago and took them on a 30-hour trip to new Mexico a five women four of them neighbors were abducted raped and murdered in Alexandria. A an 18-year-old High school dropout was sentenced last week to prison a last july eight persons were lined up and shot six fatally in the Miami suburb of Carol City police said robbery was the motive three Miami men were arrested a the Days Are gone when people could leave the screen door said Bill Ellingsworth. Director of Public affairs for the International association of chiefs of police the suburbs enjoy a More easy going lifestyle he said. And people might be More careless and have a false sense of Security. A they left a heavily populated area where violence was More common and went to the suburbs think big they were Safe a a Ellingsworth also said criminals Are enticed by More and More affluent Homes left vacant by working couples and by police departments that Are not yet prepared to handle the crime increase the growth of narcotics use in the suburbs also has contributed to the increase in burglary he said victim critical continued from Page i Trees. Monahan said Here her clothing was stripped off and she was forcibly raped. Owens said the police chief said the girl also was mutilated and she was repeatedly beaten with a Blunt Force object Monahan said the most serious injuries were inflicted Here and the girl also struggled against her attackers at 7 30 a in saturday a Field worker found the girl lying unconscious in the Field Monahan said he said the Field worker covered the bloody girl w Ith a sleeping bag and called police police while searching the area found the youth. Monahan said he said the youths trousers and shorts had been removed medical examiner Coroner or Ronald Kom Blum was scheduled to perform an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death today. Owens reported to investigators. Including crime scene specialists from state crime lab in Santa Barbara were at the scene obtaining clues he said detectives canvassed the nearby neighbourhood to obtain information Monahan said anyone who was on Concord drive West of the High school during the period from 9 to to Friday and saw any persons or vehicles should report the information to police. He said anyone who saw persons or vehicles around the High school in the time period from 9 to to Friday also should Contact police. Police said the crime was still being investigated and no arrests had been made Owens said suspects were being sought on charges of murder rape and assault with intent to commit murder. Yenny was described by Channel islands High school officials As an excellent student who excelled in music and who w As very dependable his music teacher. Gary Engels said he w As a drummer in the band and the jazz band he was Quot an excellent drummer and a one of the finest students i be Ever seen in my Engels said Engels said Yenny loved jazz and hoped to specialize in music. He added Yenny had written music for the band Yenny s parents Are or and mrs Paul Yenny or. Who moved Here from Lompoc two years ago Yenny was a senior at Channel islands High school. Escape continued from a i surrendered and was tried in july and August 1975 and acquitted in the slaying. After the trial. Miss Little was returned to prison to serve a 7 to 10-year sentence for burglar izing a Mobile Home in her Home town of Washington. No. She began her prison term in january of last year and several months ago was made eligible for work release privileges. Although she had trouble finding a work release Job she finally landed one in the office of or David Lane a dentist the doctor said she made a Fine worker and promised her a full time Job upon her release from prison prison authorities suspended her work release privileges after they said she had failed to show up for work at or Lane s office and returned late to the prison one Day last week emergency Resolution rejected trustees of the Oxnard school District on a reported 3-2 vote Friday night rejected a multiple Resolution offered to meet certain a emergencies Quot in Case of a walkout supt Norman r Brekke requested the multiple authorization a to include such things As hiring substitute teachers and no credentialed personnel a a in the event of an illegal withdrawal of service by employees a Harry Griffith president of the Oxnard educators association commented saturday Quot teachers at this Point in contract negotiations Are in no Way even contemplating withdrawal of services a a in response to any indications of a chronic impasse or fears of a strike Griffith said there has been Quot no such animal in our planning Quot he said a recent 15-minute teachers demonstration was simply a demonstration of support the head of the educators association added. A any possibility of a strike be considered until fact finding results were in and then Only if they favored our trustees declined to adopt Brekken a recommended emergency Board Resolution after discussing its dozen or so provisions at an adjourned session and special meeting in the educational service Center Brekke asked authority to put any or All provisions into effect whenever a a work stoppage is imminent or at such other time he deems the situation to warrant this emergency action a abortion South Vietnam death trial to begin rapid cml. S d a after four Days of secret jury selection the courtroom doors will be opened monday for the Start of the manslaughter trial of a doctor who performs nearly All the abortions in South Dakota or Benjamin Munson a physician in this Black Hills City for More than 20 years is charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of Linda Padfield. 27. A 1973 abortion patient last May the defense asked the state supreme court to dismiss the charges which were filed one Day before the three year statute of limitations would have run out if the Case were dated from miss Fairfield s death the delay by the attorney general s office was a unjustifiable inexcusable and prejudicial Quot the defense said. The request for dismissal was denied. In Early september a three judge panel of the Federal 8th circuit court of appeals was asked to Issue an a Junction to Stop the prosecution i continued from Page i busiest airports in the world with a plane Landing and taking off even minute the Airport baggage handlers declined tips and As we drove into town on tourist buses i noticed that the american nerve enter in Vietnam Quot Pentagon East Quot As it was called had been meticulously hammered Down into piles of Fine rubble other major american installations near the City had been similarly dismembered. I had hoped to meet old acquaintances from the War years but the guide who showed our tourist group around cautioned us about trying to talk to the local people there were Many a a reactionaries in Saigon he said who might a confuse but then one Day i noticed a familiar face As our group walked Down to do Street it was that of a former Par time a photo employee he was Riding a Bike. He circled warily around us several times without speaking. Then he pedalled off. But he had smiled at me. And we had made Contact the Center of Saigon was unaccustomed Day clean kept that Way by bands of Broom wielding women who swept the streets Early each morning. My group stayed at the Majestic hotel one of five reserved for foreigners. It was in the streets that the then now difference was greatest during the War years Saigon s Economy had been artificially pumped up with . Aid and an Active consumer society flourished. But now Only a pathetic memory of those booming Days was visible As paddlers pushed i Winter underwear from korean War Days of the Early 1950s. And battered transistor radios while the sound of motorcycles was heard it is the bicycle which has become the main form of transport in the City private cars seem a thing of the past because of Gas rationing. Officials admitted that hundreds of thousands of vietnamese were unemployed. We could see them in the streets idly and aimlessly walking in groups or lolling in Park chairs amidst cripples and youths with nothing to do. Toe americans Are recalled in the Northern City of Dang but in the worst Way. In the former . Military and civilian Headquarters beside the Danang River is located the museum of american m a crimes. The Casitas municipal water District will celebrate the 25th anniversary of its formation with a ceremony and program at 1 30 . Today at the observation Point on Casitas dam. President Hyde h. Campbell who adjourned last week s Board meeting to this afternoon a for the purpose of celebrating the anniversary Quot said the Public is invited of take part. Several Hundred people Are expected for the event initial construction of the dam Lake Casitas Reservoir and their interlinking water collection and storage system began in october 1956 the project was completed and turned Over to the District by the . Bureau of reclamation for operation in october 1959 financing was through 40 to 50-year government Loans. The bulk of the districts tax rate reduced from 67 cents to 62 cents for the current year is used to repay constructive costs the District s budget for this year was reduced from about $5.5 million to $4.8 million. Robert n. Mckinney general manager and chief Engineer noted that the system relies on 105 Square Miles of watershed to collect rainfall and flood Waters. The primary Reservoir which has a capacity of 254,000 acre feet and doubles As a recreation area has never been filled some 50,000 people and 5,000 agricultural acres Are served by the water District in an area stretching from Ventura and the Rincon to Ojai directly or through dependent agencies an original study stated Back in 1950, Quot there is no reason to anticipate that regional growth will cease in 1975,�?� a projection that is being borne out. Even with continued drought the big Casitas Reservoir could continue to Supply ample water for some years ahead District officials have noted. They nevertheless Are encouraging conservation key legislation Heads for votes Washington a Congress is ready to increase the minimum wage while the House considers hiking social Security payroll taxes and Senate House negotiators huddle on the Energy package and abortion policy. The lawmakers Are focusing on those issues during these final weeks of this years session while awaiting the arrival of president Carter s Basic income tax revision recommendations Here is the status of major legislation labor a a Senate House Compromise Bill hiking the minimum $2 30 hourly wage in annual Steps to $3.35 in 1981 compared with the Carter administration s $3.40 goal is set for final congressional votes. Meanwhile Senate action is expected next year on a House passed Bill revamping the nation s labor Laws. Social Security a the House is due to take up its ways and Means committee s recommended plans to Rescue the financially troubled social Security system by increasing pay Roll taxes on workers and their employers while the Senate finance committee works on its version Energy a with Carter turning up the heat for congressional approval of Energy legislation along lines of the program he suggested in april Senate House negotiators Are preparing for Compromise talks on non tax Energy measures while the Senate deals with features involving taxes. The House in August passed the Carter backed Energy taxes and continued Federal regulation of natural Gas prices at higher Levels then the Senate dismantled Many no tax plans and voted instead to lift Price controls on new Gas after two years the Senate finance committee approved new tax Breaks but rejected Carters new tax plans. Abortion a a Senate House Compromise on a Federal policy on government payment for abortions for poor women is sought with a dispute holding up final congressional action on a $60.2 billion appropriation for the departments of labor and health education and welfare income taxes a Carters comprehensive plan for income tax revision expected to include tax cuts along with Basic changes in the tax Structure is due to reach Congress before this years session ends. Oxnard apartment rifled by burglar an Oxnard Man reported to police saturday that a burglar took $1,640 in property and Cash from his apartment Chris a. Mallace of 5200 s. J st., Oxnard told police that a stereo firearms jewelry a typewriter a sewing machine and currency with a total value of $1,640, was taken Cash Battle continued from Page i was just Given away he said. Of the almost $50,000. $10,000 disappeared police Learned about the Money when a woman who lived in the same House As Diaz showed a $20 Bill to her teacher at adult school and asked whether it was real the teacher contacted police who went to Diaz House. Diaz said the night before he was arrested he was going to give $10,000 of the old Money to his brother with the intention his brother go to Las vegas and Trade it for Quot Good Money Quot however his brother did t want to go to Las vegas Diaz said. Several thousand dollars w As put in his car and disappeared. Diaz said As part of the condition of staying the jail term Diaz was directed to cooperate with police in helping recover the Money by helping locate his brother. The judge Felt Diaz did no to make enough Effort to find his brother and the 180-Day jail term was ordered served on aug. 3,1976. Diaz spent the six months in jail Ana then was released. Before being sentenced in january 1976, Diaz told the probation officer the entire episode was Quot a Nightmare and he added a i regret Ever having Laid eyes on that Diaz has since changed his mind and would like to have the $39,593 that sits in the Sale Deposit Box. Most of the Money is in $20 Bills of the series 1950 and earlier indicating the Money was probably stashed away for 25 years. There Are a total of 1,978 $20 Bills one $10, three $5s and six is there was also $2. To in change two of the $20s May have numismatic value. Barbara Canterbury one of the claimants for the Money believes her Stepmother secreted the Money Many years ago. She said in a declaration filed in the civil Case a my Stepmother Elsie l. Canterbury had an unusual fascination for noting the family had a Rowboat and fishing Concession at Lake Sherwood the stepdaughter said a my Stepmother was very secretive about her handling of Concession Money and would often hide it. Around the House a she had my Uncle w to was a builder built false floorboards into the floor of tin House for the purpose of hiding Money jewelry and other valuables. A on weekends my step Mother would take in a great number of $20s. She was quite a Coin collector and would sift through the Money collected from the picnic grounds attempting to find rare Bills that people had used to pay for the boat rentals. Quot when counting the Money she would pull out All the Bills that appeared to be out of the Ordinary. She was especially fond of $20s and would collect them together on various Elsie Canterbury was a Rich woman whose estate was valued at More than $1 million when she died at the age of 77 on feb. 14, 1968, and her stepdaughter takes the position that she hid the Money and the Money then passed to James Canterbury and then to bar Bara Canterbury. Dayton realty co. Takes the position that there is no proof that Elsie Canterbury hid the Money and it could have been put there by persons unknown and therefore the Money goes with the House in the Transfer of property. Barbara Canterbury and the estate of Elsie Canterbury and Diaz through their attorneys contest this position of Dayton realty. They argue that the Law requires the Mutual consent of property transferred in a Sale and title to the Money was t transferred. Mien the trial begins some of the issues Are expected to be w to put the Money there and when did the Money go with the House when the property was sold what provisions of Elsie Canterbury a will govern the hidden Money and soon. When these and other issues Are resolved somebody should be $39,593 Richer. Joan Little escapes prison

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