Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on January 2, 1979 · Page 9
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Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 9

Santa Cruz, California
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Tuesday, January 2, 1979
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Christina Onassis Finds Privacy In Moscow By SETH MYDANS MOSCOW (AP) - Christina Onassis has found in Moscow the privacy, simplicity, peace and quiet the Greek shipping millionairess said she ccld never have in the capitals o' West. Five months after her third marriage to an out-of-work Soviet bureaucrat Miss Onassis succeeds in keeping out of sight and out of the headlines. She refuses all requests for interviews and has changed her telephone number. Foreign reporters in Moscow have Sears Save 50 Sears high-powered directional behind-the-ear hearing aid 8157 soon tegular S39 This directional behind-the-ear aid is designed to help people with severe hearing losses. Come for a demonstration today. Sale ends January 22. Sears Hearing Aid Centers open Monday through Saturday at Cupertino, ((award anil San Bruno. un. untwmi amoco. Tuesdav only at Santa (.ruz. Satisfaction Cuarantrrd or Your Money hark stopped pursuing her. "If this were Paris or London, I wouldn't be able to walk down the street without being pestered," she once remarked. Now. friends say, she is learning to be the housewife she always wanted to be and staying home most nights with her husband, Sergei Kauzov, whom she met in Paris when he worked there for the Soviet freight company Sovfrakht. The marriage of one of the world's richest women to an obscure Communist Party member last Aug. 1 caused a stir around the world and much speculative comment about her motives and the future of the $500 million shipping empire she inherited from her father, Aristotle Onassis. "The world knows I haven't had much happiness up to now," said the 27-year-old bride, whose earlier life included two brief marriages, the death of her brother in a plane crash, the divorce of her parents because of her father's affair with opera star Maria Callas, the death of her mother after two more marriages, her father's marriage to Jacqueline Onassis, whom Christina reportedly loathed, her father's death and a wrangle with his widow over her share of the estate. Miss Onassis told friends that all she wanted in her new life was to cook for her husband, have a baby and find the "peace and quiet'' she had never known. "I've been accustomed to so much luxury in my life that it won't be such a problem to live simply," she said. After the wedding, the bride and her 37-year-old husband moved into his mother's Viz-room apartment, but that experience in spartan living didn't last long. The couple got two apartments which they combined into a seven-room suite. A designer friend came from Paris to help with the decoration, and shopped in Helsinki, Finland. She also bought a Mercedes and does her grocery shopping in a special food store where foreigners buy produce that is not generally available in Soviet stores. Miss Onassis is not often seen in public, but she has attended receptions at the Norwegian and Canadian embassies, where she has friends. She is also reported to have vacationed recently in Switzerland. She shows no signs of being pregnant despite recurring rumors that she is. She is reported to have said she hopes that when she has a child, it will be born in the Soviet Union. If it is, even though she retains her Greek citizenship, it will automatically become a Soviet citizen under a new law .that takes effect in June. Under Soviet law, if she and Kauzov separate or divorce, he has no claim on any of her fortune acquired before their marriage. But he would be entitled to half of all earnings since then. Spokesmen for Miss Onassis have said the daily business of the shipping conglomerate is being carried on, as it was before her marriage, by associates of her father. Miss Onassis said at the time of the marriage she would no longer be directly involved, and Kauzov emphatically denied he would have any connection with the operation of her holdings. Tuesday, January 2, 1979 Santa Cruz Sentinel 9 Three-Alarm Fire SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A story house in the 300-bIock of three-alarm fire did about Castro Street in San Francisco $50,000 in damage :to a two- Monday. Youth Booked For Shooting Airplane Pilot SANTA PAULA (AP) - An 18-year-old youth has been booked in the Dec. 9 shooting of a pilot flying over Santa Paula. Police Detective Michael Scaggs said that Arthur Rey Bustillos of Santa Paula was arrested Friday night after a three-week investigation. He was booked for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon causing great bodily harm, and discharging a firearm at an aircraft. The pilot, Morgan Hetrick, 47, of Santa Paula was taking a student for flying lessons when he was hit by the bullet, which lodged betwen his skull and scalp. He was able to safely land the plane and was taken to a hospital where the bullet was removed and he was treated and released. A rifle was found in a riverbed nearby and three juveniles had been questioned and released. Scaggs said fingerprints on the gun matched Bustillos' and that ballistics tests showed the bullet taken from the victim's head had come from the gun. Bustillos was being held in Ventura County Jail on $1,000 bail. 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