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Page Six HE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, August 15, 1975

Page Six

FHE MIHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 15, 1975

Hearst's mother called by Pa.

Catherine Hearst, mother of
fugitive newspaper heiress Pa-
tricia Hearst, said yesterday
she has been subpoenaed and
will appear before a grand
jury in Harrisburg, Pa., that is
investigating whether Patricia
used a Pennsylvania farmhouse
as a hideout.
"I don't know why I'm go-
ing," said Hearst from San
Francisco. Hearst said she
would appear and testify Mon-
day.
WALTER Scott, the FBI in-
former who claims his parents
and brother aided fugitive
newspaper heiress Patricia
Hearst, was described by his
father as an alcoholic and a
psychopathic liar.
"He's a liar. He's lying
through his teeth," John Scott
said yesterday in response to
Walter's charges that the elder

Scotts and his brother Jack and
his wife Micki had helped har-
bor Patty Hearst in Las Ve-
gas.
Walter Scott, a 42-year-old
ex-Marine who is being held in
protective custody by the FBI,
said the elder Scotts and Jack
even drove Patty Hearst from
the West Coast to the East
Coast last summer after she
had joined the Symbionese Lib-
eration Army, a terrorist group
she joined after being kidnaped.
WALTER Scott met with a
pool of reporters Wednesday in
an interview arranged by the
FBI. Walter has been sheltered
by the FBI since early this
month when his younger broth-
er, Jack, announced that nei-
ther he nor Micki Scott would
cooperate in the search for
Miss Hearst.
Jack Scott said from Las

Vegas that his brother Walter
has "severe personal prob-
lems" which were being ex-
ploited by the FBI .
Scott, an author and sports
critic, said in a prepared state-
ment that "the FBI has shown
its willingness to exploit Wal-
ter's emotional, physical and
personal problems in order to
turn him against his family."
IN A telephone interview
with The Associated Press,
Scott said that at a time when
Walter claims to have met Pa-
tricia Hearst in Las Vegas,
Walter was in London.
Walter said Wednesday that
he met Miss Hearst at his par-
ents, Las Vegas apartment last
Sept. 24.
The father of the two men
was reached by telephone in
Las Vegas at the apartment
complex he manages. He
laughed at the statements made
by his son.
"HE'S A psychopathic liar,"
the father said. "He's been in
and out of mental hospitals.
He's had too many problems
to mention."
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He was asked if he had in
any way aided Miss Hearst.
"Absolutely not," he replied.
He was asked if he had seen
Miss Hearst in the past year.
"HOW would I know if I
did?" he said.
Jack Scott, former athletic
director at Oberlin College, has
been suspected of aiding Miss
Hearst since the fugitive's fin-
gerprints were reportedly dis-
covered in a northeastern Penn-
sylvania farmhouse that was
Ford to veto
ofooil price c
(Continued from Page 1)
Administration (FEA).
White House sources said
Ford decided during a meeting
with top energy and economic
advisers to carry through with
the oil price control extension
veto he threatened earlier. And
Press Secretary Ron Nessen,
when asked whether the Presi-
dent still planned a veto, replied:
"I don't have any reason to
believe he has changed his
mind."
The President plans to an-
nounce his decisions today at a
Vail energy symposium.
NESSEN declined to confirm
Sant's prediction on lifting oil
import fees or to spell out
Ford's plan except to say the
President would announce "at
least one measure to soften the
economic impact" of his veto.
Sant, in Portland, Ore., said
a decision to remove the import
fees was "the most likely out-
come, and that the tariff will
be removed at the same time
oil prices are decontrolled."
Later he said that removal of
the tariff was one of Ford's
better options, and that many
in the FEA favored it. But he
said he did not mean to say
flatly that the tariff would be

ontrols
lifted.
Ford met with Federal En-
ergy Administrator Frank Zarb
and economic adviser A 1 a n
Greenspan and two speechwrit-
ers for 50 minutes to draw up
a final version of the Vail
speech.
The J u s t i c e Department,
meanwhile, announced plans to
appeal a court decision ruling
that the oil import fees were
illegal.
THIS development stems from
the U.S. Appeals Court ruling
that the imposition of fees on
imported oil is illegal. The ap-
peal apparently is designed to
give the White House the option
of re-imposing fees on imported
oil in the future to encourage
energy conservation.
Solicitor Gen. Robert Bork, in
announcing the appeal, said,
"This case involves interpreta-
tion of an important federal
statute and the issues should be
decided by the Supreme Court."
At the same time, the Library
of Congress released a study
stating that removal of the $2
per barrel fee would reduce the
price of gasoline by three cents
a gallon and save American
consumers an estimated $9.5
billion a year..

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ed last summer by his wife.
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ortedly considering charges
harboring a fugitive in the
out incident. Jack and
Iki Scott have been asked to
ify before the panel on
day.
ott said in the statement
the Walter Scott accusa-
s represented an attempt
he FBI to "arouse prejudice
[inst us before Monday's
nd jury sessin."

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