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   Express-News, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1974, San Antonio, Texas                                Complete Voters' Guide Page 2-H Forecast Mostly cloudy and warm. Highest temperatures should he In mid-fids after an overnight low In upper Ms. Temperalurcs Sa- lurday ranged between tf and SI. Details on page 10-A. Wayne 48 PAGES OF GREAT READING Why does everybody love Mr. Ugly Mug? WHY 2OOGREAT PRIZES! THE SUNDAY 5 a.m. i3 6 0 m. 67 a m. 67 Bam. 69 9am. (.9 SaturtJay'i Ttm; 10 o in. 7J Ham, 75 Noon 1 P.m. 3 P m 79 3cm, ai 4 e< 5 D.tn. a? 4 p.m. 41 7 p.m. 81 I P m. 76 9 p.m. n 10 o m. 71 11 71 Mldr.Ight 70 EXPRESS-NEWS EDITION Sunday, April 28, 1974 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Flambeau Adds Dazzling Climax To 1974 Fiesta Some Watch Parade More lhan a week of pageantry and activi- ties of Fiesta was climaxed Saturday night with the fabulous illuminated Fiesta Flam- 'Hello San Antonio' Waving to the thousands of Fiesta Flambeau Parade viewers are these pretties from Stonewall's Peach Jamboree. Left to right, they are Connye Lea, Janice Ottrners and Susan Basse, the Peach queen. Nixo nW o r k s On Resp onse ASSOCIATED PRESS CAMP DAVID, Md. President Nixon Sat- urday ..-as reportedly shaping last-minute plans for turning over some of the evidence subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Commit- tee. He was working in seclusion at his Catoctin mounlainlnp re- treat. There were reports from high Paul Thompson Paul Thompson is taking a week of his vacation. His column will resume next Tuesday in the News when he returns. administration sources that the President will hand over "mas- sive evidence" from documents and transcripts, but not full recordings, and that he may go on nationwide television early this week to defend Ills actions. Nixon has been given a five- day extension until 10 a.m. Tuesday on the committee's de- mands for information relating to 42 presidential conversations for its impeachment inquiry. Committee members have in- dicated that they will not ac- cept transcripts of tapes, with- out some compromise plan for jointly reviewing the material to assure its authenticity. Good Morning! Sunday Index I2B Arts.......Magazine Business........l-8.1I Classified: General.......l-MC (teal Estate. Columna Lllcraria.......4-H Dear Ahby.......8-K Deaths...........15-C Dedication Rewarded S-H Editorials........ S-H Golden Twins Horoscope.......5-E Landers, Ann 6-F; Politics.........2-lH' Sports......... 1-11D Weather.........10A Sunday Chuckle Another person who doesn't make house calls is the contractor who snld it to you. 108TH YEAR, NO. 67 238 PAGES "IHD'YOU (tint If you are'iinw receiving home delivery on the morning Express and Sunday Kxprcss-Nows 25 cents more will bring you Ilic EVENINfi NEWS for nn entire month? Total HIS per monlti. Call 225-7111 for prompt delivery. WANT ADS, a.m. until 6i30 p.m.) a.m. until 5i30 p.m.) 225-1666 All 225-7.411 9 p.m. until 7 o.m.i City Editor......... 227-3511 or Spoils Editor....... 227-3721 or 227-7701 Miss Fort Sain Susan Modere, Miss Fort Sam Houston, sits proudly on the military installation's float during the Fiesta Flam- beau, the nation's largest night-time parade. beau Parade. An estimated persons were dazzled by the spec- tacular climax lo the 1974 event. Fiesta officially closes Sunday. The spectators sat on car roofs, hung out of windows, crowded on pickup beds, squalled on baskets, sat in chairs and stood along the sidewalks and streets of the city. It was for only one reason, to eyeball the illuminated proces- sion wind through more than sis miles of the Alamo City. As in the past, the University of Texas Longhnrn Band led the colorful parade. The 300-person hand was followed by some 50 ilhcr marching hands. 'Joy' Theme Theme of the 27th Flambeau, sponsored by the Festival Kan .laeinlo Association, was "The Wide World's Joy." It was a joyful crowd loo. Helpful was a balmy evening. People of all ages seemed to bo awed by the spectacular. Crowd members laughed, drank soft drinks (a few brought their own ate (out-long hot dogs that really were only 9 inches long and corn-nn-the cob. But, they watched enthusias- tically as the bands and some 100 floats passed by. Earlier, some 21) drill teams and drum and bugle corps marched on the parade route. A highlight of the night-time parade was the float carrying Miss Pii'sla, Sandra Ojeda, of Our Lady of the I-iko College, and her court. Other sections included queens and dignitaries from some of the country's most famous festivals, military hands escorting their own finals and queens, and the Al- zafar Shrine section. The crowd yelled and whistled whenever the pretty lasses came by. Children also seemed to be impressed by the horses, many uf which were [rimmed in gear. Tho clowns, as always, were popular. Many threw coins and candy lo the youngsters. A colorful display of lighted flares and twinkling lights ad- ded life lo the affair. Thousands of the spectators wailed for hours to sen the parade. Snme came as early as 3 p.m. lo make certain they wnuld havo spots. Apparently, they did not feel they waited in vain. Everyone seemed lo go away from the event happy. Winners of Ihe competition were: Visiting Festivals, Popula- tion under Stonewall; 2. Stockdale; 3. Comfort. Visit Population lo See PARADE. Page 3A Sunday 10 a.m. lo 5 Art Group Fiesta Exhibi- tion. La Villlta. Noon lu 11 Festival Agndas Acllim Synagogue. N'oon (o ta Carnival, .Mexican Market Area. 1 p.m. to 4 Annual Artists' Exhibi- tion, San Aiiloiiin Art League, Kochlor Cultural Center. 1 p.m. lo 5 west Cratt Center Open House, Old Ursulinc Con- vent. 3 Sun Antonio Charm Associa- tion Ranch next In Mission County Park. 6 p.m. to Midnight Noches Mexicanas, Mexican Market Area. Pleasant Pause Johnny Sue Reynolds gives her aching feet an unre- strained rest Saturday after serving as a home guide during the King William Fair in the King William arecr.1 Hearst Offer Near Deadline S.A. Pilot Burke Killed ASSOCIATED MEXICO CITY Veteran San Antonio pilot Mrs. Marian Burke and her racing companion from Hous- ton found dead In their crashed plane Saturday some 150 miles north of Acapul- CO. Mrs. Burke and Mrs. Hulli Ilililebriind became (he third nnd fourth crash victims of Ilic Angel Derby Air Race from Aciipiilco lo Knrt l.auderdalo, i'-fa. Margie .Jones and Doris Ann Nnrcrnss, bnlh of Illinois, were killed when Ihelr plane crashed suine 300 miles north of Acaputco. Mrs. Burke, 52, was tho sub- ject of an Intense search In (he mountains of Ihe Slate of (ilieircro. The crashed plane was (omul .some 20 miles north uf Ztlmalcnojo. Mrs. Burke has been enter- ing various nir races since IS55. She was co-owner of fiitrki! Aviation here. She and Mrs. Hitdcbrand last year won Ihe annual Powder I'uff Derby, Mrs. lllldcbrnnd Is owner nnd operator of four pel grooming parlors In Houston. The single engine plane he- Ing flown by Mrs. Hnrko and Mrs, lllldcbrnnd wad fuunJ [burned by formers. ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN FRANCISCO Less than a week remains for the SLA terrorists lo decide whether they want to exchange Patricia Hearst for million in food for the needy. And Steven Weed, tlie man Miss Hearst called her "ex- fiance" in a taped message, is working on a plan Ire topes will convince Liber- ation Army to release her. Meanwhile, In l-os Angeles a 42-year-old man was arrested early Saturday after be alleged- ly tried lo extort from the Hearst family by offering phony plans lo gain her re lease. Ralph Lee Jones of the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys was booked for Investigation ol exlorllon. He had claimed lo bo affiliated wild the SLA, but (lie FBI snld he had no connection with the group. The million offered by (In Hearst Corp. was put In cscrov several weeks ngo with the stipulation thnt It would be usci to feed the poor If Miss Hears were relented unharmed b next Friday, Earlier, the Hears fnmlly set up a million foo distribution program in tlempt lo win Miss Hearst's I reodom. Weed, who was beaten by kidnapers vlien she was dragged from heir Berkeley apartment Feb. talked about his plan In an nterview Friday night. Weed's Plan "One of the things I have been doing in the last eight is 've been talking to Aot of trying to get together a specific proposal for this nillion relating to prison defense funds, for political cases and so said n the interview with KGO- TV. POW Body Identified WASHINGTON (AP) The Pentagon has listed U. Col. win L. Altcrbcrry, husband ol Tlmylla Atlcrberry o{ Austin Tex., as having illeil in capltlv lly In North Vietnam. The remains of 23 U.S. prls oners were returned by UK North Vlclnnmcse last monll nnd experts examined them I make positive Identification. Miss Hearst's father, :olph A. Hearst, president dilor of the San Francisco Ex- aminer, was not Immediately available forcommenl. In a taped message Hearst. 20. told her family hat she had decided to stay vith Ihe SLA. Surveillance iholos taken during an Aprll-lS bank robbery by SLA members showed Miss Hearst boldinja, gun, anil she Is sought as a ma- terial witness In the cose. In a tape released last Wednesday, she called Wccd'.a "clown" and "sexist pig" denied that she had been brain- washed by the SLA. :'i Weed said he would keep; hjs promise not to testify agnlnpt Miss Hearst's alleged kidnapers If they release her unharmed.' "I cerlnlnly feel that way If they will release Weed said. "There has been nothing lo change that, even though'I think they've nctcd In bad faith from the Iwglnnlng." J In (he Los Angeles extprtion case, FBI agents said Jonesrwd sent three let I cm to Ihe Hcajiit fnmlly, claiming ho knew whffe Miss Hearst was being Held.-; "In addition, Inxtlcpfal the lives at the other Him children were In Uk FlUsnld. T   

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