NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 22, 1974
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(Studio) People begin lining up to receive free food at distribution ctrs. set up by Randolph Hearst at demand of daughter's abductors, Symbionese Liberation Army. Hearst Corporation to supply $4 million more in ransom only after Patricia released.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(San Francisco, California) [HEARST - announces he can't meet new demands for more money.] ["San Francisco Examiner" publisher Charles GOULD - states Hearst Corporation to contribute $4 million; details of contribution reviewed.] SLA must make next move. 1st day of free food program goes badly; crowds in Oakland hostile.
REPORTER: Don Oliver
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