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   Express-News, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1974, San Antonio, Texas                                Forecast Mislly cUmly and warm SiNrdiy. High _Salnrday In Idt mid-Ms an Uw Friday ranKtdlttlween "J I'age UK. tKMPEIUTUIIES THE SATURDAY S 0 m. 6? I a ni, 6' Q bt I a m. 4' 9 a.m. 60 10 o m. j; j m. H oni. ;i 4 Bm S p.m. I IS 6 cm. loin. ;om. EXPRESS-NEWS SPORTS Coming 'Another Big Jssue of the Saturday, April 27, 1974 San Antonio, Texat NATIONAL Arthbishop sues 'devil I movie'man 'S nwit riiMT JACKIE AND SINATRA PATCH IT UP exciuaivi PICTURE or AH AMAZING KIOHT OUT _ P.O. WHY 25 BIG TV SHOWS GET THE CHOP The Texas Connection Everyone loves Mr. Ugly Mug isStaSstrS-il Kissinger To Scoop: No Tix' [Cl HEW YORK TlfAES. SERVICE WASHINGTON-Secretary of State Kis- singer strongly defended the administration's foreign policy against any suggestion that President Nixon was trying to manipulate it for domestic political advantage. In a news conference al Ihe Slate Department, Kissinger heatedly and specifically as There's Soriifething for Everybody in V? :'rV EXPRESS NEWS Paul Thompson Paul Thompson is taking a week of his vacation. His column will resume next Tuesday when he re- turns. sailed Sen, lienry M. Jackson Flee Fog ASSOCIATED PRESS CHICAGO Thou- sands were evacuated from homes late Friday night as a po- tentially poisonous fog covered the South Side. Illinois National Guardsmen were called up to meet the emergency. Gov. Daniel Walker surveyed the scene. Firemen battled unsuccess- fully lo stop a storage lank leak from which the thick-milk colored fog escaped. Twenty-nine people were treated in hospilals, suffering from dizziness, fainting and burning eyes. Most were listed in fair condition. Over H.tlflO were evacuated. There is a 30 per cent chance of rain in Chicago, which would lurn the escaping chemical, silicon letrachloride. into deadly hydrochloric acid. Breathing such a cloud would bring dealh, officials warned. Guardsmen-were brought in lo control panic and looting Originally three units were ac- tivated; but al the request of Mayor Richard Daley, two were later deactivated. Kidnap Suspect Is Arrested CORDOBA, Argentina (AP) Police said Friday (hoy have arrested a suspect in the kid- nap-shooting of U.S. Informa- tion Service official Alfred Al- bert Laun III. The suspect was identified by police as Anna Maria Liendo and was seized as a result ol a drawing composed from Lnitn's statements on his kidnapers. Good Morning! In Today's Express 22D Astrology........22D [Iridge...........231) Calllc Clatter 12C Church News I-5B Comics Cook, Ran........ 1C Crosswords Draths........... UK Editorials........ HA Golden Twins.. 1-121) Klndrlck, Sam... .Landers, Ann.....IB Markels.........4-6C Mini Pages......7-8C Notklero........2JD Scene........... 7-HB Television........6B Theaters.......10-I1C Thoslcson........23D Want Ads..... 13-I9D 1-9E Weather.........121': Today's Chuckle Sign on a hairdresser's shop: "If your hair Isn't Incoming to yon, you should he coming to us." 108TH YEAR, NO. 66 72 PAGES DID YOU that if yon arc now recclvfiiR home delivery on Die morning Kxpress nnd Sunday Express-News 05 ccnls more will bring you (lie EVENING NEWS for an cnlire month? Tnlal H.35 per mniilh. Call 225-7411 for prompt delivery. WANT ADS. Mon.-Thur. (7i30 a.m. unlil 6i30 p.m.) a.m. unlll p.m.) 225-1666 All 22S7X11 9 p.m. unlil 7 q.m.i Cllv Editor......... 227-351) or 227-3693 Spoils Editor....... 227-3721 or 227-7701 Dollar Takes Drop LONDON The dollar fell to new lows for the year in Europe Friday. Dealers blamed the drop 01 deteriorating American forelgi trade figures. The U.S. government an nminced Ihe first monthly trad defied in 10 months, a loss o million In March. Th Unilcd Stales had a Irad surplus nf million i February. The dollar hit new lows fo the year in Frankfurl and An sterdam and was weaker i London and Zurich. Cats Beware KA1.B, III. (AP) If (here were any cats Us- lening to the police radio, they're probably still In hiding Indny, "Me on (lie lookout for n gray niniisc 10 feet tall with n pfece of cheese In Us n brondciist. The mouse and cheese, however, were bolli card- board. They were pnrl of nn ndvcrllsemcnt gimmick thai was slnlcn from In front of a car dealership. The advertisement was found at Nortliem Illinois University, r asserting that the adminis- alion was planning a "quick accord on strategic arms June's summit with Die ussians lo buttress Nixon's Bsitton against impeachment larges. "We are conducting our reign policy on the basis, as 1 ave said before, of the na- onal geared to ny deadlines, and not geared Ihe present domestic dit- Kissinger said, He acknowledged, however, lat Nixon's problems could eakcn the administration's oreign policy over the long crm, but thai so far American ireign policy had not been af- cclcd by "Ihe Watergate dis- ussion." Kissinger leaves on Sunday or talks in Geneva on Monday fith Soviet Foreign Minister A. Gromvko before larling another Middle East rip. On the Middle East, Kis inger said he hoped to make >rogress in bringing Syria am sracl closer lo an accord on roop scparalinn. He made n predictions on the posslbl iucccss of the negotiations. vill bt the mediator, shuttling jetween Damascus anc lerusulem. Comment fn the 55-minutc conference  rncession she had over wit- lesscd. "The crowd sure does get wrapped up in it, she added. Thore were 73 high school, college and military bands, whose professional-looking rank enveloped the onlookers as well as Iheir slirring music and piercing drum cadences. The crowd and parade par- ticipants seemed unliring although some were seen ing with one hand, while i .other was used to prop up. Winners in Ihe 79th Annual; Battle of Flowers' eluded: i ''y' Palrlolic Section i First place award was given''. lo the Children of the Repubjjf! of Texas float (tiled "LindbcrEJi; in Paris." Second place flfjjt' was "The Goose That Savfcd The the San Antorilb Cnnscn'ation Society. Firsl place vehicle was llie "Gibson Girl" carriage by Ihet Stale Association of Pioneers. Second was "The.Struggle Buggy of 1928" by the Children of Die American Republic. Third was King William Area J Conservation -Society's "Florenz Ziegfeld and Anna Held." Public High Schools Section Southside High'School won v: first for the "Ice .Cream Parlor" float. The "Music" See PARADE, Page 4A Lo-Vaca Head EXPRESS MEWS CAPITOL BUREAU AUSTIN-A new special supervisor for Lo-Vaca Gathering Co. has been appointed by a state district judge here but the appoin- tee's name will not be revealed until Monday afternoon. Judge Charles Malhcws, of 200lh District Coiirl. confirmed his two-week search has ended. He Is now "walling fnr some sluff lo arrive" before disclos- ing his choice al -1 p.m. Mon- day. Sources close to the court confirmed .Judge Mathcws has hail difficulty finding n qualified cnndiilnle willing lo ncccpt n coiirl-nppolnlcd supcrvlsorshlp.nf (he troubled natural gas company. The judge has conlaclcd u number of potential appointees Named and even drove lo [tension last weekend for a round of per- sonal interviews with one. Malhews had said two weeks ago he wanted the new super- visor to be a retired energy in-' dustry executive, one wllh "pxlcnsivc experience" as well as lime for the Job. The new supervisor replaces Mills Cox, 72, who accepted an Interim appointment to supcrvlsorshlp j submitlcd his resignation II, making It cifccllve Judge Math'cWs reorganization of board, of directors wnnaRcvncnl summer al request o( Te Railroad Communion,   

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