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   Express-News, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1974, San Antonio, Texas                                OUR KILLER CORNERS Page 1-H Resfea Big Souvenir FOLK DOCTORS IN S.A. Page 1-H ANOTHER GREAT EDITION OF THE 48 PAGES OF GREAT READING dagger IN THE RAW BY THE WOMEN IN HIS LIFE Forecast k'arlly cloudy ;md humid..Tlic high Sunday Mill he In Ihc upper 80s Met an ovcrntRM low In Ilio upper 60s. Temperatures Saturday ranged nclwccn 77 and '69. Dolslls, Page 12A SATURDAY'S TEMPERATURES THE SUNDAY 5am. 70 6 a.m. 70 a.m. it R a.m. 49 t a.m. 70 10 a in. 71 11 am, 70 Noon 73 1 uni. IS P.m. 77 3 P rn. 75 J P.m. 7J i p.m. 7J 6 n-'ii. 7S 7 P in. 75 8 P m. 75 9pm. 10 n m. 74 It n.m. 73 71 EXPRESS-NEWS HOME EDITION Sundew. Aoril 21 1974 SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Paul Thompson Proper Sequent The finest compli- ment and most befit- ting testimonial lo a great man would be to change the name of the North Expressway to Walter McAllister Highway. When the road is built, that is. As mayor, rank-and-filc councilman and plain citizen, 8-1-year-old McAllister lias done utmost as much In nurture and keep.alive oft-fadiny public hopes for Ihe of this vitally itniwrlant expressway as certain members of the San Antonio Conservation Society have done and arc to dash them. And wouldn't il be lovely if the; road were lo be built and christened before his birthday? Commercial Tip The licst, if not the only way to tend against hMng fleeced b> a certain comc-on-slrong upholstery firm here is not to pay cash In advance of work dnne. Is. (hat so tough to grasp' Another Question And why is raw .sewage a Unwed lo stand in an open ditch in Ihat culvert helical! Loop 'III! between the S.A River and U.S. 2S1 South'.' Old Tradition Tim battle; fnr Karnus Couiilj sheriff scums likely to allaii the fcrocily of previous duels for that key posl. One can didale is RcltitiK ready In ac 'jusc another of puslunt. marijuana.. I'd name the ac cnsor-lo-hi- except I dnn't knm if he can prove it or mil. Celebrity Tlip first male ever slariin in a max centerfold here woul bcClirls Man mi. anchorman KKXS-TV's Kyewllnrss New; He poses in the current U'ii dlcator. monthly publication (he Kancloliili Officers' U'lvi Club. He's fully clothed... In Air Force flight suit... hul tin aKain, in the. military and (his part of the country, Ihc b'cr THOMPSON, I'ai Police Recover Stolen Property Worth Two men remained in jail on felony charges late Saturday, while police officers were sift- ing through an estimated in stolen property. The arrests and recoveries were fhe'resull of some six hours of investigating and searching earlier in the day by Task Force and Criminal Investigation Division police officers. Recovered, police said, wore three car loads of rifles, pis- tols, radio and television sets, silverware, musical-- ins- truments and jewelry. The officers were Drilled with search warrants and did not make arrests at all the places they stopped, said Task Force LI. .lames Hodges, lie said in some instances, officers did mil have proof that the people knew they bad stolen merchandise. Charged with 'burglary was Sarngosii Arias Cadcna Jr., 31, ?Royal Command' King Antonio Lli, James M. Cavender III, gives the command to let the "spirit of Fiesta rule the city" Saturday night after being named to the post. King Opens Fiesta A Visit With The King. Page IK James M. Cavender III was named King Antonio LI I Saturday evening in traditional investiture ceremoni- es at the Alamo. Surrounded by Mil fully- uniformed Texas Cavaliers, Cavender solemnly look the lo keep alive Ihe glorious bislcny of Texas and the Alamo as aliniit SIX) persons witnessed the occasion. After receiving the key to Hie cily from Councilman Alfred Ik'ckmann, Cavc-nclcr gave a "royal command" thai the; Good Morning! Sunday Index Aclton-ICxprcss fill Kustness.........l-'C Classified (irurral...... Heal Estate. 13-22G Coluinna ItoarAliby........GF, Drains........ Uocllrallon llrwardrd Kdilnrials..... (irititcn Tulns. Landers, Ann 1'cilHics....... Sports........ Woalhor...... PC Ill ....fir: I-7M I2A Sunday Chuckle Tin; cost of living may IM' high Iml it's still a bargain. 108THYEAR, NO. 65 262 PAGES luiine delivery tin Ihc mnnilng Kxpn-ss and Kxpress-Nnws !ir> wills more will lirliiK >'111' KVKI S fnr an ciilire mnnth? Inlnl DID YOU KNOW- that if yon MR nmv hi 'l- EVENING NEWS fnr an cnlin IM-r mntilh. Cull 425-7-111 fnr pvompt WANT ADS. Mon.-Thur. (7.30 a.m. unlil p.m.) a.m. unlil 5.30 p.m.) 'All Departments................ Tclepl.iqr.oj, 9 p.m. until 7 City Editor 227-35H or 227-3693 Splrli Editor....... 227-3721 or 227-7701 spirit nf Fiesta rule the eily." Cavemlcr succeeds .fames W. onnan as the elected holder f the ceremonial (ille. His lief function during Hie week 'ill be to preside over the (ing'.s Kiver Parade Monday Kill. Tlic Air Band of Hie Vest from Lackland AFI! mividcd Hie music- during Ihe nn-hlil ceremonies which nf- icially starts tlu> "fun and rnlie" for Fiesla 107-1. King Anlonirt aski'd San Au- nnians and visitors lo "let your lands be joim-d and your leart" lo niiikc this Fiesta your own." Band Concert Fiesta highlight Sunday will )e the band concert and formal review at the Foil Sam Inuslcin Quadrangle. The U.S. Navy Show Hand will play Sunday afternoon al I he HemisFair Food Clnslrr. Snnsi't Sunday will lip Traditional Ceremonies lenecl by lireworks at MacArlhur Field at Fort Sam Houston. Fiesta Week will pick up even more steam Monday with the Fiesla lliver Parade. It will be food, fund and more fowl with innllilndos of people mixed in Tuesday as one of the mosl pnpular Fiesla events gds under way Night in Old San Antonio. The four-night spectacular at La Villila will begin ils 2filh rut) wilh I4R booths, 15 more than last year. The event will be in an enlarged area and will feature new fond such ;is ralllestiaki; and calf fries. The week will end Hie Tilth Baltic: of Flowers parade Friday and Ihe Fiesla Flam- Ixwu nighl parade- Satnnlay. Antitrust Suit Against AMPI HOUSTON (AP) Associ- ated Milk Producers, Inc., the milk marketing cooperative al- ready in trouble over political contributions lo President Nix- on's rc-clcclion campaign, has bit wilh an antitrust lau- suit here. A Houston dairy, West- moreland Farm Dairy, Inc., filed the suit Friday against AMPI atici Bcuxlcii, Inc., infus- ing them of violating antitrust laws in Hie handling nf raw milk n -South Texas, Both Borden and the c-oopera- ive reserved cojimmil on the suit. Sec Photos, Page Jit of 188 Quill Dr. He was being held in lieu of a lend, set previously on an indict- ment. William Bock, 411 uf358 Kale Schenck Ave., was charged wilh Ihefl. A bond was set late Saturday by Acting Night Magistrate R.L. Lnzano. Two men arrested wilh Cadena al his home were released laler Saturday. They were charged with misdemeanor marijuana pos- session. .They were idcnlified as Andres C. Leal Jr., 227 Whit- man Dr., and-Charles A Cadcna, 21, of the Quill Drive address. Hodges said most nf in items recovered had beci slolen from rcceul burglaries in Ihc C'aslte Hills area. ilp said among items CUUIK at the Quill Drive hnnii; wen TV sets and large piles of uev clothing "with the sin re lags still on them." Two elephant statues vulnet id about were recovered ai a Siln Way home, officers said They were slolen from a Castle Hills physician's home Iwc weeks ago, they said. Silverware valued al wiis recovered from a home 01 Shadow Hill Drive. Nu arrcslf were made. Al a.m., during (he fitiii raid, police recovered -111 rifle? and pislols al Ihe ISnek home Hodges said. Six-Hour Search By Task Force Sunday i Noon In Carnival al Farmer's Market. Olympics Sladhim. 1 Annual Artists' Exhibition al Koehlcr Cultural Center. 1 ,S. Navy Show Rand at HemisFair Plaza. Solis Orchestra al HemisFair ti p.m. lo Moxicanas at Farmers' Market. ii Ciincprl and Fnrmiil lielrpat Review at Ihe Fort Sam Houston Quadrangle. Sundown Fi reworks at Arthur MacArlhur l-'ipld at Fort Sam Houston. All Day-12lh Annual Fiesta Memorial Toeppprwein Shoot al the San Anlnnio (inn Club. He said 15 of the firearms are iclicved lo have been stolen rom the home of a local home juildcr Iwo weeks ago. Included among the recovered loot was a jewelry x containing pearls, necklaces and a wrisl watch l) 5IJ diamonds in the band, police said. The confiscated items were placed in (lie police property mom. Officers laler began sorting out the ilems for proper idenliricalion. Task Force Team Stops Burglary San Antonio Task Force of ficcrs seal-thing homes ta stolen merchandise, look break from those duties curl; Saturday. They broke a a burglar} at ISllli Ml. Vieja Dr., ani arrested a suspecl. The officers, who had teet working on recovery nf slolcr ilems, were dispatched to llu scene when a resident reported someone was trying to break into a hinnc. The suspect, a Ijickhill-Selma Road man, was bonked for burglary. Uc remained in jail lain Saturday. Share Fiesta Xnw Fiesta fans everywhere can enjoy the Alamo City's week of gaiety, fun and cx- cilciticnl. San Antonians wishing In shave Fiesta '74 with out-of-town friends and relatives may have copies of today's Express-News Ficsla edition mailed lo them by the Express- News. Price of Ihe edition is 50 cents each and may be or- dered by using the coupon on page 7-C. The Kxprcss- News will mail the edi- tions, postpaid, anywhere in the United Slates, out- side of Rc.var County. The special editions will be mailed in colorful, "Fiesta Time San An- lonio" wrappers. "Fiesla Si" ami "Fiesta Time San today's colorful special -souvenir sections covering every (accl nf Fiesta Week 7! are a complete guide In Ihe history, color, events, people and excitement, of (lie city's biggest celebra- tion nf the year. Paint Doesn 't Hurt Mona Lisa Signing Autographs Julio Nixon Eisenhower signi. autographs during public lour of iho House grounds Saturday. Tours wore launched last spring lo show off Ilio display of flowors and groonory al iho Executive Mansion. AP Wiropholo. Finn Cries Over Spilt Cream KALAMAX.OC Mich,   ndded, ihon sprayed thepainl al thcplnsscase. 1'lnlnrlnthos sectirlly immediately Ihe woman and held IKT on clmrtjcs. She1 rehiKiMl to licr name. The wciman, iilxiut Sand with a lanir- rlpht leg, apjiiirently was prnlesliiiK Ibe Oiltnre Agency's policy of not acimiltlUK rtteWort lo crnwduil exhlWllons In Insure- a smooth ftownl visitors. The ngenry, following it controversy, nnnoiinc-ed two days befnrr tho Mona Lisa's iiri'ival Wedncsikiy tluit one clay May in had been set aside exclusively for physically handicapped visitoi-s. Sprayed Painl at Mona Lisa A young woman who sprayed rod point ot Iho Mono Lisa in Tokyo's Nalinal Musoum is hold by plainclothet AP Wifophoto.   

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