Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1976 · Page 12
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STEVEN SOLIAII ·..underground lover 61 .Palriciu Hearst testifies Soliah Denies Any Connection With Terrorist Bank Robbery SACRAMENTO,' Calif. (AP)| -- "I lived with her. I slept \yith her. We had a close rela , jtonsh[p," Steven Soliah testified about Patricia Hearst; "We felt very close.to each other, 1 - But'lhe young houso : painter, who became the fugitive heiress' underground lover, told a jury he did not join in the tei rorisl bank robbery at suburban Carmichael for which he is standing'trial and never .ques-. tloned:Miss Hearst about it. + 1; I had learned: nol to ,ask , questions," SoJiah said at one point." "I didn't teel'I.needed to know." lie was curious : when- Miss Hearst stored .cash in, the're- fngerdtor at one of their hide. outs, tic said. Hut' he didn't press her on where she got the money "I learned from asking ques "tions of Bill and Emily Harris and Patty b e f o r e that they seemed lo get uptight So 1 ; didn't 'ask anymore," .Soliah -.The blond-haired Soliah, neatly attired in a pale blue sui' and vest, portrayed ' himsel! Wednesday as \a soft-hearlec irrian touched; by'Miss Hearst's plight \\ho was unwittingly .drawn Into the radical intrigue * of the Symbionese Liberation Army. His fingerprints \\ere fount on evidence-seized in SLA hide outs, "and Soliah told his love story to explain how he wa connected to,the SLA and Mis "Hearst. "I felt sorry f o r m e r at lha ;time/' he said.. "I felt close t ,her. I \vanted to help her, Sh 'seemed kind of confused." In testimony which lasted full day, Soliah gave the firs public details of Miss Hearst mysterious "missing 5 ear" i the underground which she r fused to discuss at her own Sa Francisco bank robbery trial. He placed her in Sacramcn (or most of that year -- i eluding the time of the April 21',, I97S. Carmichael bank robbery -- and said .she was determined :not to be captured. i "She told riio she hated her -parents, that she'd been aban doned by them' and didn't want ''to go back to them," he said of ^the heiress.-'*.;..·'She-said she ·wanted to stay in Sacramento, ''stay underground." She didn't Quints Celebrate Quiet Birthday CINCINNATI (AP) -- Unlike most quintuplets, Ranm, Mich elle,'; Allison, Neil and David Levy celebrated a birthday, -their f i r s t ; -- in quiet, almost routine fashion. It was just the! way Itheir parents wanted it, A f t e r the quints were born lo (lie customary ballyhoo -- and their" hometown of Fairfield, OhEo^ proclaimed a w r eek in their honor -- Mark and Pamela Levy told a news conference, "We don'lv'ant our children growing .ujr in a goldfish bowl." , ' · Ever since, they have guarded their children from the pnb : He spotlight that has followed olher * quintuplets and 1 even quadruplets. There have been riolndvertiKinj* appearances 'and no interviews. The Lcvys did disclose recently that 'they had moved from their Fairfield apartment to a house with more room. Out "they don't want'people to know exactly where they are. ;;Thc insistence on privacy has paid off, said Levy, a 27-year old advertising eu-cuthe ,,;"We haven t had any real publicity since the birth ' Lew . said Thursday. "It's k i n d of dwindled away " ·-Levy noted that -there are many families with five chil drcn, though few with five the same age, -"They .say the first year is al ; w a y s the loughest," he said. "Well, I guess we've gotten through that okay. From here on. it must be all d o w n h i l l ' : :The babies -- now at l h « crawling stage -- are healthy, Levy .said. He said they are developing distinct personalities and he has no Irouble telling them apart. :' His wife, who has said she eventually might like to return to a leaching job, fs not-ready (or that yet, Levy said. "She's kept pretty busy," her husband admitted. "Right now, . she's got a lot of things to keep her occupied." EXPERT WATCH KXTAIE ' » « r ' ' ' / 1- want Eo go home." Miss Hearst said at her Irk thai she .was an SLA captty too terrified of ttie,Harrises escape Sohah confirmed th; Miss Hearst "had a hard.tim getting along" with t h « Ha iscs. The 22-ycaokl Miss "Hear was convicted of the:San Fra cisco 1 , bank' robbery March -2(K Four -rrobbcrs jwere in ,, E Carmiciiael; bank .when ; it w held iii), but Soliah is the on person accused in the^ $15,2 SLA-linked robbery in.whlch woman was killed by a sholg ast, But ha said it was much ea er -- in .lune, 1974 -- that o Coincide With Cleanup Salvation Army Schedules Spring Drive The 'Sahalion Army will gin a week-long spring collec- on drive 1 in Fayettevllle Monay for' needed clothing and ousehold ' iterns' :: to replace vindling stocks, according to rs Joseph ; Riefer 61 Corps ea,dquarters.' The drive has been schedulbd coincide with 'the city's an- u'al'cleanup set' for Saturday idTn'O'CG'jnty's cleanup cam- aigh, which starts today "and \tends throughout the coming ·cck. The drive was 1 recom icmlcd by'the Salvation Army _d\ isory Board which me uesday. ' "While people are doing thoi bring ; cleaning Ml will be an pporlunity for them-to dispos f any Hems they no longe need," Mrs; Heifer said. Priority items needed ar clothing of any sort, sma' i o u s e h o'l d'-appliances, ; art iwanted furniture. The Sa atipn Armv also welcome such items as bed-linens, cur ams, and drapes. "Ofte: xople will mention they ha\ clothing to 'give b u t ; s a y ; l h e need Eo "sort the: bad from' Ui *ood." Well, we can use''all i it; · We have our own sortei and even old 'rags- can be' p'r cessed and put to., use," ; Mr Rieter said! ' T o encourage . . donation during : the coming ; vC'eck' th Salvation Army will empty dro boxes'^each- day. ; Persons wh cannot get' to ''a'^rtrop^ box who have 1 items' tod- large ; f the drop boxes may call 5! 2151 'for horne : pickups, whi will ! be :ma'de on''Monday 'a. Tuesday of the -coming 'w c e as well as the regular Friday All items donated are . paired if possible by the Salv lion Army.arid are used to sto its Thrift Shops and for don lions to needy families Last year the Sal valioiv Army irc'providing lodging for 1,599 ?rsons, provided 52QG meals, nd ! directly' assisted - 397 per- ns 1 under its transient welfare ogram..Under family welfare, 5 cases ; were given material ssistance and 164 casea were iven other services for a tola 3,044 persons aided. I n ' " addition the Salvatim rm'y provided food orders anc ave toys Eor Christmas, visilet 798 persons in institutions, ant aye g i f t s : a h d - r e a d i n g ' m a t e r als"'lo 2,187 persons in inslitu tons. The Salvation ' Army als fers regular adult and oulh ligious and character building clivrties, Services (or the non piotit ganiralion are only made possible by the contributions of ie communitv. and the onatfons'bf. clothing.and house )ld items.are'a major source income. ABC Offer Said Hard To Refuse 'NEW .YORK (AP) -- Barbar Wallers, ^slar of. the.;VToday show, says · she.' is ending h ong association, with NBC co-anchor ABC's/evening new because ;'!lhcy m a d e , m e an o fur I couldn't refuse." The ABC offer, .which neith the i network nor , Miss Waltc would disclose, reportedly w $1 million a year for five yea B u t ; a n NBC spokesman.said Thursday \that: was only., "the tip off the i iceberg." . NBC dropped-out of .the bidding, he said, because Miss Walters' agent was "dickering for a multimilhon dollar specials deal involving her own prodnc tion company \\hich would be formed to_produce specials" Miss Walters, 43, started with NBC-aSja'stafMvriler in 1961. She, reportedly ,had been making more than $400,000 a year. Hammerschmidt Says LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Chances that tho current Conss will make major changes ,, the :cpuntry's financial industry appear slim. Rcp^John Paul Hammerschmidt, R-Ark., said Thursday, Hamtnerschmidt said the so called Fine Study, which would take financial institutions and processes "out of tho hands of the financial experts and ' p u t them [irmly in the hands of pdl- iticans, economic amateurs and social engineers," has become bogged down in Congress Hmnmerschmidt . identified himself as a long-time opponent of the Fine Study. Northwest Arkamat .TIMES, Friday, April 23, 1976 · 11 Save $20 to $40 on power-drive Toros. NORTH ARKANSAS SYMPHONY Campbell Johnson, Conductor --Spring; Concert -- Friday, April 23 - 8:00 P.M. U of A MEN'S GYM FAYETTEVILLE · Moiart--Overtur* to The Abduction from the Seraglio t Brahms--Variations on a Theme by Joseph Haydn · · lv»s--Symphony No, 2 · Mendelssohn--Piano Concerto No 1 in G : minor.-Ratio : Papini, Soloist Tickets: Adults $2.; All Students $1 Tickets are on sale at Room 104,'Fine Arts Building, U of A, and at the door. You'll get a pretty tough value to beat: Tovo's precision engineering at a icasonablepiice No fancy frills or gadgets. Just the eiscntial Features you need for good culling. Give the Whirlwind a good look-over. /Slit hunt], we haw a Itmilrd supply. Safely deflcctnr liar helps direct stones dcrtvmvartl Wind Tunnd'housing vacuums grass. Haven't you done without I aToro long enough? TORO RAYMO, Inc. Hiway 16 E. 442-6296 At OUr University Dickson Branch . CONSTRUCTION IS FINALLY COMPLETE t And to thank you for being so patient with us, First National of Fayetteville will be having a celebration on April 26th. Come in and register for one of the big prizes we'll be giving away. There is no obligation, of course, and you need not be present to win. You might win an aluminum canoe ... or a 10 speed bicycle . . . or any number of other fine prizes. There will be a jar filled with coins at the bank, too. Guess the amount of money in the jar, and a $25.00 First National savings account will be opened IN YOUR NAME which will earn 5% interest. Drawing for the prizes will be held at 4:00 PM on Friday, April 30th. DOWNTOWN-UNIVERSmraiCMCKSON-EVELYN ULLS-SPfWNGfcBLOCK-WEST FORK

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