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Patricia Hearst Case / Developments #481737

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 14, 1975
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(Studio) Hunt for Patricia Hearst conts. New dvts. follow. Basketball star Bill Walton questioned by FBI, and former athletic director at Overland College, Jack Scott, being sought for questioning. Scott and wife once lived with Walton. "San Francisco Examiner" quotes high Justice Department source who says it's believed Scott paid rent on Pennsylvania farmhse. where Miss Hearst and 3 SLA friends may have stayed for awhile.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(S. Canaan, Pennsylvania) Emily, William Harris and Wendy Yoshimura rptdly. stayed at farmhse. with Patty last summer. [Wayne Cnty., Pennsylvania, sheriff Henry KALLNOWSKI - says FBI told his department Miss Hearst feigning pregnancy in attempt to lead people away from her actual identity.] [Local fuel dealer, Roland ROSETTI - says he noticed woman who appeared to be hiding her face when he was inhouse for repair work.] [Father, Randolph HEARST - believes daughter in US, well, and possibly 3 to 4 mos. ahead of FBI.]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert

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