TERRORISM: Hearst's Vigil

Heart's Vigil

It was the most unnerving time of a kidnaping—a time of silence. All last week the captors of Patricia Hearst, 20, said nothing of the fate of the girl they had dragged screaming from her apartment in Berkeley, Calif on Feb. 4.

As the vigil went on, the Hearst family and the Hearst Foundation continued to hand out $2 million worth of food to the poor in the San Francisco area in an attempt to meet the original demand of the Symbionese Liberation Army. During the previous week there had been fights and arrests on the...

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