May Face Life fn Prison 19 Felony Charges Are Filed On Pat Hearst ' 1X)S ANGELES (AP) -- Pa- itricia Hearst faces the possibility of life In prison as she is ; hunted as kidnap suspect rath- ;er than kidnap victim. Â· In a further dramatic turn Â· about since her kidnaping by Â· the Symbionese Liberation ;Army Feb. 4, Los Angeles ; County Dist. Atty. Joseph ; Busch lodged 19 felony charges 'against her Wednesday. ' "She faces life imprison :ment," Busch said. "In our ; opinion, Miss Hearst was acting Ion her own free will," he said ;in outlining the charges, which ; included four counts of robbery, ;five of assault with a deadlj 'weapon with intent to commit ! murder and two of kidnaping IThoy were filed against Miss ; Hearst and William and Emily ; Harris. ; Busch called again on the ;three to surrender, but ex Â· pressed doubt that they would land said there would be "m Ideal." He said he believed i ;was the first time a kidnap vie ;lim had become a kidnap sus jpect. Glenwood Man Enters Plea In Bank Funds Case ! FORT SMITH. Ark. (AP) -i Hilmon Duke of Glenwood ha : pleaded guilty to a charge : conspiring to misapply ban I funds and pleaded innocent t Miss Hearst, ZO year-old coed and heiress to a publishing for- une, and the Harrises, a white ouple who police say comprise )c remnants of the SLA, were narged with 18 counts each. A 9th charge, of aiding and abet ing assault, was filed against Miss Hearst, and H raised the possibility that police believe he may not be wilh the Har- WAS DENIED A ROOM " The assault charge accuses Hiss Hearst of being with two ilack men who tried unsuccess- ully to slash a Los Angeles andlady last Sunday when she denied the three a room. Some at the other alleged "sightings" of Miss Hearst have placed her with persons other than the Harrises, and an 18-year-old outh says he saw her leave a jtK Angeles house last Thursday with two black men. It was hat house where six SLA members died in a fiery Shootout ast Friday. Meanwhile. In San Francisco, a grand jury prepared to hear estimony today about an SLA bank robbery there and the kid- naping of M i s s Hearst. Witnesses were said to Include Tom Dean Matthews; Patty's mother, Catherine; and Steven Weed, the 27-year old tutor she fell in love with in high school and was to marry this summer. Matthews, 18, reportedly told FBI agents that Miss Hearst said she fired 30 rifle shots during a getaway from a sportin. 'our young white women, a white man and SLA leader Donald "Cinque" DeFreeze -continued Wednesday t h e i r with mourning indications that at least one parent was considering t a k i n g action against the authorities who killed them. Dr. L. S. "Pete" W.*fe. faUf er of William Wolfe. 23, said in an interview ifflth the Allentown (Pa.) Gall-Chronicle that he rtiny sue the FBI for $100 million "for the John Wayne approach to law enforcement" that led to the death of his son. Dr. Wolfe, who lives in Emmaus. Pa., said: "I want other parents to know that 1 don't believe police should kill everybody in five minutes so they can go home to supper. Nobody in authority ever came to me and said that he was a member of the SLA. He was slaugh- ered, yet on the bench they lad no warrants for his arrest." In Cleveland, about 1,000 per o ' four other charges. : Duke, a former president ' the Pike County Bank of Muri Frcesboro, was released on a : personal recognizance bond '. after the proceeding before Â·Judge John E. Miller of Fort ; Smith, U.S. Dist. Atty. Bob ; Johnson said Wednesday. ^ Duke was named along with ', Truman Altenbaumer. Larry : Ball, and former state Sen. Q. " Byrum Hurst, all of Hot ; Springs, In a federal conspiracy ; indictment. ; The government accused Â· them of misapplying bank loans Â· by making the loans in t h e " names of other co-conspirators ; for the benefit of Hurst. Â· The indictment also charged : that they falsified bank records ^ t o conceal the alleged mishandling of six Pike County : Bank loans totaling $60,332 and I six Bank of Glenwood loans to; taling $87.782. ; Altenbaumer, a former exec Â· ntive secretary of the Arkansas " Republican party, and Ball arc Â· former officers of the banks. Â· Hurst received a fivo-yeai 'Â·* sentence at Joplin.. Mo., for : illegally converting loans froTi ; banks he owned in Arkansas : and Missouri. ; The other four counts filed Â·against Duke charged thai hi Â· and Hurst misapplied a $15.0(11 "Pike County bank loan, t h a t thi "- records of the Pike Counts " bank had been falsified an' Â· that federal examiners wer '. not told the truth about th ;records. Â· Duke also was accused of al '- tempting to influence Johnni Â· Wright, whose name was use Â· for loans that actually went t 1 Hurst, to testify that he actua : ly got the money. goods store last week. He sail she and the Harrises kidnaped him, and said Miss Hearst told him -she had willingly taken part in the bank robbery and had joined the SLA of her own free will. SEARCH CONTINUES The search for the three fugi- ,'es continued to center on Los ngeles, b u t FBI agents_de- sons paid their respects to DeK- reeze, the SLA's self styled General Field Marshal' Cinquo. Delano DeFreezo, Donald's brother, said he was not sure the body was his brother's because the fingers and teeth were missing. But a spokesman for the Los Angeles County coroner's office said they had been kept as evidence and will be released to the family when the case is closed. The spokesman said the office has no doubt about its identification of the body. Irish Protestant Strike Continues BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) -- Protestant extremists continued a paralyzing general strike today, rejecting an apparently major government concession as "a confidence trick." The provincial executive -the British province's govern ment headed by Brian Faulk ner -- announced Wednesday i would postpone for at least three years handing over any legislative powers to* an all- Irish council. Â· ' ' The strikers fear a strong council wouM drive Ulster into union with the predominantly Roman Catholic Irish Republic. Faulkner announced a delay in other provisions oÂ£ the agreement that set up the council. Britain sent another 500 troops into the embattled prov ince. bringing the strength of its garrison there to 16,500 men. Four explosions resounded hrough Protestant areas dur ng the night, and industry and commerce in Belfast continued at a virtual standstill as the strike went into its ninth day. Northw** ArkemM TIMB, Thun., Moy 23, 1*74 Â· Â· German Magazine Says CIA Knew Of Espionage BONN, Germany (AP) -- Es-i pionage charges arose once again Wednesday In West GÂ«r. many with a magazine's claim that the United Slates Central Intelligence Agency suspected Bonn's counterespionage chief of being In the pay of the East Germans. The West. German govern- S'ew barricades went Protestant areas to up in replace those torn down by British sol- RAILWAY EXPLOSION An explosion wrecked a section of the Belfast Bangor rail road, apparently the work of Protestant mined to extremists b l o c k a l l deter- trans- Â· House Ransacked , Eight rooms of tlie Kapp ', Sigma fraternity hnuso at 10 Is ; Garland Avc. were ransacke ; by burglars early Wcrinesda ; evening. The loss could not b ; determined immediately. ^ Mrs. Evelyn Crowe. th Â· 'housemother, said fraternil ! members who will return f o I summer classes had le ; belongings in their rooms. ; In addition, clothing collect ; by the fraternity for a neec ; family was stolen. A storai Â· room was also entered. incd ads. to be specific about Appeals mounted for them to rrender. In the charges filed Wednes- ly, the FBI alleges it w a s [iss Hearst who sprayed auto- iatic rifle fire into a IMS Anges sporting goods store last hursclay as the Harrises made getaway from an abortive loplifting attempt. Bail on the district attorney's harges was set at $50,000 for ach of the three. Bail is 10 mes greater -- $500,000 -- on ederal firearms charges filed gainst the three because of the jorting goods store episode. In another development. Los .ngeles Mayor Tom Bradley aid the city would pay an esti- ated $50,000 in damage to ouses near the scene of the ^ootout where the six SLA ncmbers died last Friday ight. "AMILY CONSIDERS ACTION The families of those six -- APL Licensed For Nuclear One Station LITTLE HOCK (AP) - Arkansas Power Light Co., received its operating license Wednesday for the first 850,000 kilowatt unit of the Arkansas Nuclear One steam electric generating station. The U.S. Atomic F,nergy Commission granted the license for the plant which is located on the Arkansas river near Russellville. APL now can load nuclear fuel into the first unit. The utility p a i d $725,800 to ;he Atomic Energy Commission Monday for the license, and will have to pay an annual fee of $165,000 during the operating life of the unit, which is estimated at 40 years. The first unit of the plant is scheduled to begin providing electricity in October. Finch Quits Struggle EL DORADO SPRINGS, Mo. portation except for emergency services. Authorities warned that all electricity may be cut off in another four days. Supplies are already less than a third of usual, and many areas suffer power cuts of 15 hours a day. Most gasoline stations were closed. Toughs with cudgels ilood guard at others to decide whether or not drivers were 'essential users." A hushed provincial assembly heard Faulknej- a n n o u n c e Wednesday that immediate plans for the Council of Ireland were being scaled down to a purely advisory function in view of "continuing violence." The rest of the package, he said, would wait at least unti after the Northern Irish elec lions due by 1978. A major demand- of the Protestant ex tremists has been for a referen dum on the council and th Sunningdale agreement, which established it. The original agreement hai envisaged a council with legis lative powers, a ministerial ex ecutive, a permanent headquarters and a secretariat which i' effect would have been an all Ireland civil service. The Rev. Ian Paisley, politi eal voice of hard-line Protes tants, said the strike would g on until negotiations are opene Requests Clemency NEW YORK (AP) -- Linda iss, blinded 15 years ago by nen hired by rejected suitor lurlou Pugach, now says she wants Pugach's right lo prac- ice law restored. "I am informed he was dis- jarrcd from the practice of law a result of his acts concerning me. and not concerning any client," said Miss Hiss 37. n a federal court affidavit. "I respectfully join in any ap- ilication by him to any court or )therwise that his order of dis- Â·arment be set aside anci that he be permitted to practice law again." Pugach, 47, hired two men lo throw lye in Miss Kiss' face in 1959. He was released frnm prison March 21. aflcr serving 14 years of a 30-year sentence. (AP) -- Dr. R. Bernard Finch says he is ready to give up his struggle to obtain a Missouri medical license, if he can practice medicine in another state. "The people want me, but the board doesn't," Finch, 56, said of the Missouri Board of Registration for the Healing Arts, which has refused to issue him a license because he was con- with Britain on the Counci' new elections and sharing pow er wilh Catholics in Belfast. victed in 1961 of murdering hi wife in California. Finch, now an X-ray tech nician, said Wednesday he ha written to licensing boards i three other states to find out his SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAV FABRIC CITY conviction would preven Scholarship Annette Kuroda, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Kuroda, Is the recipient of a scholarship from the University of Arkansas. The Fayetteville H i g h School senior served as class secretary during her sophomore and junior years and secretary of the Student Council as a freshman. She h a s held membership b Future Homemakers of America, played with the band and was a member of the debate squad, drill team, Language Club and National Honor Society. ment said It had .Washington's assurance the report was false. A spokesman said the U.S. deputy secretary of state, Kenneth Rush, told the West German ambassador "there is no word of truth" in it. The respected economic magazine Capital reported in its current edition that It had obtained a copy of a CIA report that said the counterespionage chief. Guenter Nollau. and others high in the West German government were possible security risks. It said revelation of the spy case that prompted the May ( resignation of Chancellor Willy Brandt was merely an East German ploy to distract attention from Nollau. CAVE CLEARANCE It was Nollau's counter intelligence service that gavi y. Guenter Guillaume security earance to become Brandt' litical affairs aide In 1970. Both Nollau and Guillaume re former East Germans. Nollau said the report wai all lies." Capital said the copy of thi ;JA report had been obtainec y its chief correspondent ii russels. A U.S. Embassy Â· spokcsma: Bonn denied the existence 0 ! CIA report. "We have tol Jw German authorities that no e in the West German count- intelligence has been under spidon or under investigation f the CIA." he said. According to Capital, the CIA received In 1M3 the "first in- cations of a possible tie be- veen Nollau and the East Bern espionage service" from a oviet spy who had defected. The magazine said that In W7 and llM the CIA informed onn of its suspicions about ollau. Mistrust of Nollau was so great that other Western in- .elligence services drastically reduced their contacts with .heir West German counter- ?arU. Capital reported. Mueller Named For Outstanding Teacher Award John Mueller, a member o the teaching faculty at Butte : ield Trail School, has bee selected as an Outstandin Elementary T e a c h e r America (OETA) for 1914. The OETA is an annua awards program honoring tingirished educators for se vices, achievements and leader ship in the field of elementary education. All the nominees w be included in the a w a r d volume. The nominees are in compe tition for one of five OE, awards of the Year. The fi winners will receive a tropn and a $500 grant to the school. Principal Dean May said thought this the first time an elementary teacher in Fayetteville has been selected for the award. r^VlWHiVll BIGJI^^Pfl I Ml Chicago Tnii Cnst CHICAGO (AP) - A motorman was blamed Wednesday by Â»e Chicago Transit Authority for the crash of two elevated trains that Injured 224 passengers May 10. The CTA said the raotorraan. Ronald J. Walton. 28. baa been fired. He had been a taotorman since 1M9. 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"You Will Like Our Special CÂ»rÂ«" SHIRTS 40 BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED AND FINISHED Administration Law Enforcement Sheriff Long receiving diploma from Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. Both Key Phases in the Sheriff's Department Sheriff Long.... Attended Hazel Valley, Durham, and Elkina nublic Â«cboo]Â». Completed a course In jail management. He ""ended Â£*'Â« training school at 91. Inula Mo. a n d l r w foufth annual police training school at the University of Arkan.wÂ». He completed a course In Diwuter Planning and operations at the Federal Staff College In Battle- Creefc. Michigan and completed courses in Civil Defense Management and Community Shelter Planning at Sheriff Long's depatfc* attending FBI Training Scbaoi. Arkarau State Teachers College at Conway, Ark. Sheriff Ixm* was R first Hid Instructor for the American Red Cross. He completed a course of Polic* Management at thÂ« Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy and other F.B.I, and police training course*. Lxinj? serx-ed six years with Ihe Fay- etfeville Police Department as a pole* officer 4 years as administrative aide 1o County Judge. For the past five years he has served as your Sheriff, I,onj? served in the U.S. Navy for four years during the Korean War and served aa a Shore Patrolman on A world cruise In 1954-55 giving him the oppor- t u n i t y to work with law enforcement officer* In various countries. He 1Â» a member of Northed* Rotary Club, Fayetteville and Sprhitfdale Chamb e r ' o f Commerce. Fnrm Bureau, American Legion U.T.C.. president Bass Club of Fayelteville Vtce Chairman Northwest Arkan*ai Criminal Justice Planning Council, member Arkansas Tfrug Abuse Advisory Commission, and ateo wirye* on the Arkanca* Dm* Atnwe Authority. Past President of Northwest Arkansas Shrine Club. E.O.A,, Northwest Arkansas Peace Officers Association. Lonjg organized the Waihlnjrton County Mounted Patrol and the Beaver L*k* Patrol. 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