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Express-News, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, San Antonio, Texas recast and wllh seal- THE SATURDAY 5 a ni. 48 6 a in. ga J o in, 49 8 om. 63 9 o.m, i? FRIDAY'S TEMPERATURES '0 o m. 72 11 tun. Nacn 73 1 n-ni. S3 2 p.m. ai 3 nm. 86 P m. si 5pm. jj 7J 1 P.m. 74 a P m. 9-pm, ;o 10 p.m. 70 11 p m. 70 .MIdnltihl 48 EXPRESS-NEWS Saturday, April 20, 1974 Paul Thompson Peculiar Silence Not one peep has emanated from Jon Roland, your ecolog- ical candidate trying to unfrock Congress- man Abraham (Chick i Kazen, since the item .here about his trou- bles with Bexar County Commis- sioners Court and Texas Atty. Gen. John Hill. They claim Roland rips basic ecology (o shreds in two hous- ing developments in Ihis neck of the woods. His roads, his drinking water, his flood control measures all vale as sadly amiss, say liis dclraelors who arc, furthermore, dragging him into conn over it. Maybe "Mr. Ecology." In come through as sincere and believable, will have lo utter a word or two on tliis subject before the polls open on elec- tion day. 3ig Mistake In the Scherlz hassling over' Police 'Chief Gene Schoormver Tuesday night, two city council members were lined up on diametrically opposed sides: Tom Koole and Mrs. Nell Funk. Councils oman Funk got under Koolc's shin by persis- tently referring lo him as "Coolie." Turned out she had the wrong typo nf monicker for dial kind of offensive, because lie shot right back with "Mrs. Funky." Small Errand Police Chief Emil Peters. armeU with a lilllc slack of papers, was cnnling his heels in tlie otfice'uf City Mgr. Sam Granata Wednesday afternoon. He appeared to be wailing for somelxidy. Recognizing 'hat the chief was out ol his bailiwick, a newsman askcil what he nas doing there. "It's like this." replied' I'ctcrs. "Councilman Cliff Morion is making a speech lo a lot'.il group today, and he asked me to bring OUT snmc figures on crimp." Pervasive The San Antonio Musicians' Src THOMPSON, I'ago. I1A Another Big Edition of the the Coming Sunday! WHY YOUR BILLS WILL ROCflif THOUGH nun OOCTOP. 5 i ES'fHb-
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