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NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 19, 1974
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(Studio) Authorities find 6th body in house raided last Fri as SLA hideout; body not that of Miss Patricia Hearst. Los Angeles police move in on another suspected SLA hideout.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Los Angeles, California) No one found at 2nd suspected hideout. Although SLA leaders killed during Friday's battle with police, other known mbrs. believed to be in Los Angeles area. In charred remains of house raided on Friday, 6th body discovered.
REPORTER: Jess Marlow

(Studio) Family of Patricia Hearst notified that body found wasn't Pattorney
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Hillsborough, California) [Randolph HEARST - sympathizes with relatives of 6 SLA members killed. Conts. to hope Patty will return home.] Questioned about police tactics. [HEARST - doesn't blame police for tactics used at SLA hideout.
REPORTER: Gail Christian

Christian, Gail;
Kalber, Floyd;
Marlow, Jess

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