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Ethiopians chase guerrillas,
to free U.S., Canadian. oilmen
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia ()-
About 15 armed guerilla fighters
holding five American and Cana-
dian oilmen rode horseback
through mountains and tropical
fruit plantations yesterday, try-
ing to elude tribal chiefs who
want to free the captives, Afri-
can runners said.
There was no word of the pos-
sible release of the five, kidnap-
ed in Eritea Province March 26
by the Eritrean Liberation Front.
The guerrillas were believed
holding the men to extract max-
imum publicity for their cause -
autonomy for Ethiopia's north-
ernmost province and only Red
EDWARD BURCHALL, general
manager of Tenneco Oil Co. in
Ethiopia, said he has had no
direct contact with the m e :
since Tuesday, when African run-
ners brought news from the wild-
erness northeast of Asmara that
the captives were in g o o d
health. The runners said the
hostages were not tied up and
were mounted on horses.
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Burchall said he was prepar-
ed to sit it out in Asmara, the
provincial capital, as long as it
took to negotiate freedom for
the five. He didn't know how
long that would be.
"The guerrillas are covering 6
to 10 miles a day in an area of
mountains and valley planta-
tions," Burchall said.
"They go in one direction, thlen
in another. They're confined to
a certain locality that is their
THE AREA includes orange
groves and papaya plantations, as
well as forbiding canyons and
Two groups of tribal chiefs
were chasing the guerrillas on
foot. The chiefs, seeking to avoid
trouble with Ethiopian authori-
ties in their tribal domains, were
hoping to confront the guerrillas
and persuade them to hand over
The guerrillas depend on the
chiefs for food and shelter from
Ethiopian army patrols.
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