|Using bash, this script removes all files starting with Load in the current directory on down the tree:|
find . -type f -name "Load*" -print|xargs rm
If you only want to delete in the current directory and not proceed down the tree:
find . -type f -name "Load*" -print|grep -v '^./.*/.*'| xargs rm
The GNU find has a maxdepth option, but my version is more portable if you only want to perform maxdepth = 1 and ignore subdirectories.