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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-TME LETHBRIDGE April Hidden camera photos SLA suspected in bank robbery. Hearst shocked SAN FRANCISCO (APi A shocked Randolph Hearst said Tuesday his daughter's appearance with heavily-armed bank robbers "is one of the most vicious things I've ever seen or had happen to me." Returning from a 10-day rest in La Paz, Mexico, the distraught president and editor of the San Francisco Examiner said: "Sixty days ago, she was a lively child; 60 days later, a picture of her in a bank robbery." Hearst said he has "no idea'' whether his daughter, Patricia, was coerced into joining in Monday's violent holdup of a San Francisco bank. Miss Hearst, who was photographed by bank cameras with a carbine in her hands, is being sought an a federal arrest war- rant as a material witness to the robbery. Minutes before Hearst's private twin-engine jet plane landed. Donald DeFreeze. the alleged mastermind of the ter- rorist Symbionese Liberation Army was named by the FBI as the mystery man who led Miss Hearst and three other women in a violent bank robbery. Police said the previously unidentified man shot and wounded two passers-by as he fled the bank with his band of female followers Monday. A federal arrest warrant said DeFreeze, an escaped convict who took the name "Cinque" after an African chief, is being sought for federal bank robbery. Bail was set at S500.000.' A San Francisco police investigator said Tuesday the robbery may have been staged to show off Miss Hearst as a "converted" member of the SLA. CARRIED CARBINE A federal warrant issued Monday night identified Miss Hearst. 20. as a carbine-carrying member of a heavily-armed gang that robbed" from the Hibernia Bank's Sunset District branch Monday and shot two passers-by. The warrant seeks her arrest as a material witness and set bail. Warrants oh robbery charges were issued for three other women who burst into the bank. Police said the robbery involved about nine persons in all. including others in a getaway car. "We are not ruling out the possibility that she (Miss Hearst) was a willing participant." said Charles Bates, FBI special agent in charge here. "On the other hand, there is evidence she was not." Bates said an automatic camera in the bank which pictured Miss Hearst holding a sawed-off semi- automatic carbine also showed that "there was a gun held by anoth- er person on her." U.S. Attorney James Browning agreed, adding that he thinks this is "the first time in the annals of legal history that a kidnap victim has shown up in the middle of a bank rob- berv." Angry UN debate dampens peace hopes Acme Television Ltd. Celebrate their 18th ANNIVERSARY with quality Television and Stereo specials from Jidmiroi TM Admiral 26" Color Console TV Featuring All Transistor. Solid State, complete with Admirals exclusive "5 Point Protection Plan" Effective Immediately! 10% Discount on all service work over the next 30 days. UNITED NATIONS (CP) Middle East peace hopes have been somewhat dampened by the angry Security Council de- bate between the Arabs and the Israelis over last week's border raids by Israel and neighboring Lebanon. The council was called into session to study a Lebanese complaint against Israel for Friday's raid on a Lebanese border village, staged in retaliation for a three-man Arab guerrilla attack on the Israeli village of Qiryat Shemona. As to be expected, the session exploded into a verbal duel Syria. Kuwait. Saudi Arabia and Lebanon all condemned the Israeli raid and Israeli Ambassador Yosef Tekoah tongue-lashed Arab governments, including those of Syria and Lebanon, tor aiding Palestinian Arab terrorists. Tekoah told Lebanon that if it permits its territory to "be- come a lawless gangland, it is obvious that its neighbors will treat it as a gangland." That sort of tough talk could be expected from an ambassa- dor defending his government and his homeland against a half-dozen opponents in a forum where much that is said is put on the record more for its publicity value than for any influence that it might have on council voting. EGYPT TALKS TOUGH But what disturbed some diplomats was the entrance of Egypt into the verbal fray, with Ismail Fahmy, the usually genial Egyptian foreign .minister, charging that Israel still harbors "expansionist designs" against her Arab neighbors and has not yet "learned the lesson" of the October, 1973, war. Egypt has dis- played considerably more statesmanship than most of her Arab allies in the negotiations towards a Middle East peace settlement. Evidence of this was the relative ease with which U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger was able to win agreement from Egypt and Israel to pull back their troops from the Suez canal battle line and accept a buffer, force of UN peacekeeping troops. Kissinger faces a much more difficult talks on the Syrian front. There, artillery barrages echo daily through the hills of the strategic Golan Heights as Syrian forces seek to dislodge Israeli troops from territory they occupied in the October fighting. Syria's price for dis- engagement on that front is Israeli withdrawal back to her own borders. This the Israelis have rejected on the grounds that a total pull-back would put them back on the flat Israeli with no natural defence line and leave the Syrian forces poised and threatening on the highlands. Kissinger has been seeking to reach a disengagement agreement in separate talks with Israeli and Syrian emissaries in Washington. 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