Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 6, 1975 · Page 8
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
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April 6, 1975 ffil Raids House In Search Of Hearst - An armed raidin«' 1 party in a R ent"in chareeVthe^earsl S ^ overturned and sheet mu-leased. search of Patrn'in t-ir-mxi ai-. mien .-•..;,! n.^ •;.. .> ...i ,_ ., ;. . "h. 1 -" 1 - 1 ""« "<'<• contacted Chief wnvn Biker said 'in Uvn oir- coati«ra,-i ^« IK^ fi <-r: nmi. _ . . of Patricia Hcnrsi at- rcstcM four persons and sliced bomb miifimj-.s and radical writings but did not fiiut the fiiKitivi! newspaper heiress, authorities said Saturday. County Sheriff member raided an San .loliu H. McDonald. of the party that apartment hero Friday "if,'ht. said, "\Ve feel \ve bad a pretty good toad and we have every rwison In believe she is still! there." I lie .said iio meani Missj Ilear.sf niishl Jiave taken refuge . . in charge of the- Hearst case, said Hie tip thai led to the been of "one of may liavi those hundreds o we've had." Me refused to comment 017 any »| ihe material seixcil. KB I UKO.III I'Yiink Pcrcone said he had no comment on *.^. y .,<: t . McDonald's statements other had been been in the area recently, fie said aKtml.s had not contacted Santa Cruz authorities. A fire which police called apparent arson broke out in Hie apartment Saturday niorninjj. Police Chief Vic Ci/auckas said "preliminary investigation in- cientos this I'ii-e He piled than that awiirrities had nojdoused with proof that Miss Hears! had'uid was cleliber- uid materials on a rug and Menlo Park Fire Battalion Chief Witvn Baker said "in two more minutes the whole apartment would have gone." Baker said police had locked the apartment doors last night before leaving and they showed no signs of having been pried open. News reporters said the first- floor apartment, was been overturned and sheet music scattered on the floor. Cizanckas said, "We did not leave the place in thai condition. It looked pretty good." Cizanckas said 15 pet-sons were in the apartment when police raided it. He said the other 11 were questioned and re- flammable lit)- shambles and the charred. Chairs and Man Sought In Plainview Store Robber rug lamps had lli<- San: PLAJNVIKW l.S|H'ciali An I down ,, n the :anned robber lielcl tip a teen. fOimter. •t rot i ml, slip KCtsi Sii'l at a early Saturday ai some otliiT siiol in f'j'anciseo Hay area. "She doesn't move thai much and when into an area, .slu 1 ti: stays." AlcOonald sairi. He refused ;o s ;l y uhat of lead )>rom|>ted authorities to. Brcnda Bo%'.s, make the raid. j opened Allsiij>'s McDonald -----Miss the Sam a -T leased. "They were doing lots of things," he said, but declined to elaborate. Cizanckas refused to explain why authorities believed Hearst was in the apartment saying only: "We were told to Jookjoi- certain things." behind the i old and .said lie believed niU;ln have fled to Crux mountains, about 40 milch to the south, and s;>id the FBI had alerted SaMa Store shortly before the 7-25 a.m. robbery, told black and said ne wanted • ies lo the Crux County auilmnii possibility. A spokesman for the Santa Crux sheriffs office said there had been no word from the .FBI". j uls. store made who had just Seven-Klevcn Pol . ... . , ° , ' sai " lhe ''<>'> l| Cf between n feet 8 and 5 feet '"' weighing approxiraalelv apiw- (200 pounds. He was \vearin«- a shirt and trousers. ° man entered officers a lhe store some don- 'He then pulled s .small handgun and told her he wanted all the bills in the cash register. Miss Boggs gave the thief- the bills anct some money bei'ore lie ordered her orders to lie SAVE ON YOUR COOLING & HEATING INSULATE ~ FREE ESTIMATES J B 7 s HOME INSULATION Call Jerry BillingUm (806) 792-3583 HIGH PLAINS UNDERGROUND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT NO. 1 announces the relocation of its headquarters FROM 1628 15th Streel Uibbock. Texas 79401 TO 2930 Avenue O Uiobock. Texas 79405 HOURS 8 AM . 5 PM - MONDAY Thru FRIDAY Ciosed Noon til i PM RAID AFTERMATH— A fireman shakes out debris of smoke filled room of apartment whicht FBI raided Friday in search of fugitive Patricia Hearst. A suspected, arson fire broke out m the apartment curly Saturday. Police said materials had teen piled on a rug and doused with a flammable liquid Kour persons were arrested on various charges fofiowiiv the raid. FBI Asjcni Charles Rates said' that thev "didn't come up \\ith anything In indicate" Mi« ilcarst had been (hprt> ( \P - Lnbbook f r»> llosl Drivino Course < it.- c(>nHini.U(>ti u-Mii Xidiujial Clinrr).. Hci.-nsivr linviii; \\Voii i.Klay Onl> NKT. Ajm-riciin As.socia iln'oujj]: •iiiturdiu the Niiiion^l 1,011 f,i u.iiivd Persons ;) nri , ileuroti 'iViirhfi', ,\SM,,...-,iic,n o! Ar.iH.n lor liiii..|)i.|i((oni. Maturity: l.ubboc'k \\iil <iKHis(n' (luce ilr.- mfcmbrr.-' mu.v iiHeiid the f.ovirs-' '•. iisi\'c i(ri\ iim c.iMtr.-''^ . cs. Hie riiis.-f^ uill h,- i,;n-j-<. ( i 'I'lii-.-.i \\-\\\ | u - a \2 rha i I") HiHi 17 iniiii M: :(»-ll . •:;<»• eadi jjarlicipc'im. '- iind 1 ::',n-:i::;n April: Dr. and i\lis. A.\V. Voun;;. n -'•• ;l1 '"' '""' hours; :lniili I'eiirwl prores.sors; at Tech. ' ' . : ; ljil 15. 1.. ''.' Ail p.m. e .t> roiir-, instruow>ri= (Coiitiiuicil .MOU. 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