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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 8a High Point Enterprise sunday March 31,1974 Sla member urges release Hillsborough Calif. Apr a convict who claims to be a Comrade of the sym ionese liberation army urged the terrorist group on saturday to begin immediate negotiations for the release of Patricia Hearse newspaper executive Randolph a. Hearst father of the 20-year-old coed who was kidnapped 56 Days ago issued a statement from the convict identified As Clifford a death Row Jeff Jefferson. Hearst said he an attorney a minister Fri agent in charge Charles Bates and state prison director Raymond procurer had met with Jefferson four times during the past to Days at the California medical facility at Vacaville where Jefferson is imprisoned. A it would be for the Best interest of the poor and oppressed people to Start negotiations As soon As possible with Randolph Hearst to release the prisoner of War Patricia Hearst a the statement from Jefferson said. Jefferson who has been in prison for 28 of his 48 years said he met on feb. 21 with two alleged Sla members Ami that he was a Comrade of the group which authorities believe is multiracial heavily armed and consists of about 25 mostly Young persons. The Sla claims to have kidnapped miss Hearst on feb. 4 and to be holding her As a a prisoner of of his talks with Jefferson Hearst said a what we Dis cussed basically entered around the possible release of Patricia and what negotiations and promises could bring about. Or. Jefferson decided to Issue a statement that in effect requests the Sla to Start meaningful negotiations for the release of Jefferson a statement which was turned Over to Hearst at Vacaville on Friday morning said to the Sla a you Brothers and Sisters Are truly soldiers of the people and Are More Beautiful than life itself to in the statement. Jefferson expressed his a a Solidarity with a recent letter from Joseph Remiro 27, and Russell Little 24, the two alleged Sla members who Are charged with the nov. 6 murder of Oakland schools supt. Marcus Foster. Jefferson said it was Remiro and Foster with whom he met feb. 21 and was referring to their recent letter that expressed the belief that miss Hearst would soon be released. Expressing gratitude for Jefferson s Appeal Hearst told a news conference Quot i think something like this helps. I Hope to hear from them. I think it would add to what or. Little and or. Remiro had Hearst said Jefferson had requested a meeting with him Bates Procunier attorney Vincent Hallman and the Rev. Cecil Williams of Glide memorial Church. Williams headed a coalition of activist groups which oversaw the $2 million tree food distribution demanded by the Sla. Hearst has promised the Sla that a Hearst corp. Trust fund is being set up to guarantee a $4 million food Giveaway if his daughter is released unhurt. That would be added to the $2 million in food already Given away. Jefferson said he had been assured that when miss Hearst is freed the $4 million a will be placed in the appropriate organization for the purpose of feeding the poor As per the instructions of the Oil official optimistic on release Asmara Ethiopia apr a . Oil company official said he was a a optimistic saturday about negotiating the release of three americans and two canadians reported captured four Days ago by rebels in Northern Ethiopia. But he refused to say whether he had actually been in Contact with the eritrean liberation front Elf or comment on what demands if any the guerrillas had made. A fall i can say is in a optimistic Tor an Early release a said Edward Burchall chief of ethiopian operations for the Tenn eco Oil co. Of Houston. Tex. A live been advised not to divulge anything because it Mij fit harm a . Consular spokesman said a we re leaving everything up to Tenn eco. If it s a matter of Ransom they la pay. If political demands Are made relating to . Interests in Ethiopia they will be relayed to the embassy in Addis Nixon says gains made cutting welfare key Biscayne Fla. Apr reporting Progress in a solving the welfare mess a president Nixon asked Congress saturday to trim Federal welfare spending immediately by $800 million. He said he was acting because of a the first major drop in the nation s welfare Rolls in a number of years a a decline of 225,000 people last year in the program to Aid families with dependent children. The Cut in welfare spending can be made without reducing benefits to any eligible recipients Nixon said in a statement issued As he spent a quiet weekend at his Bayside Home Here. A in recent years a the president said a americans have had to live with a continuing upward spiral in both the size of the welfare Rolls and the Cost of the welfare programs. A the tale has been a tragic one and because the welfare system is marred with inequities it has also been an outrageous one to both recipients and now however the Ardc Rolls have dipped to 10.8 million Nixon said calling this c fair havens Baptist Mission 200 w. Springdale High Point . Fifth sunday singing 2 00 5 00 . Public invited . Sechrest a pastor Harold Driggers music director 6 30 am to 6 30 pm. Open tues thru sat. Closed mondays. �?�247 s. Main 1530 n. Main �?�906 n. Main 1310 n. Centennial 17 s. Main Iii 4 earn 7v annually on first citizens savings Bonds. Time requirement 4 years. Amount 1.000 or More. Interest is payable quarterly annually or at maturity compounded annually. You May redeem All or part of a savings Bond before maturity upon written notice of hardship. Federal regulations require that Banks impose a substantial penalty on such with first citizens. Drawls. It requires that you receive interest at the regular savings rate for the period held less 90 Days interest. Move up to the Best Bank Safe savings plan. Move your funds to first citizens. To i a c Iii 0 conveniently located downtown at i 30 s main sleet. In the Zaire shopping Centeral 21 to Westchester Olive and in the Cal Gate shopping Conter at 153 Greensboro Road. A encouraging evidence that we Are beginning to make some Progress in solving the welfare he said Caspar w. Weinberger Secretary of health education and welfare reported at a Cabinet meeting thursday that a we Are starting at last to turn Back the eve increasing welfare Rolls which had become a tragic Way of life for far too Many Weinberger had used those precise words in los Angeles Friday when he jumped the gun on the president s Stater ment and disclosed the decline in Ardc Rolls. Both Nixon and Weinberger cited tighter hew management As a reason for the drop. The Secretary said states showing the largest decline in their Rolls were West Virginia 14.8 per cent Idaho 13.6 per cent Nevada 10.9 per cent and Oklahoma Looper cent. Declines also were reported by the two states with the largest Ardc programs a California 8 per cent and new York 7.2 per cent. Even with the $800 million Cut in welfare spending Nixon said he plans to press ahead with welfare Reform. He said Weinberger is preparing legislative proposals which will be forwarded to Congress this year. 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