President Reagan and his aides indicated Wednesday that publishing heiress Patty Hearst Shaw and other notable citizens should not expect to be pardoned before the White House changes hands Friday.

White House officials who asked to remain anonymous told reporters "not to expect anything too extraordinary here in the form of pardons." The officials said that would include Shaw, industrialist Armand Hammer and other notable Americans whose names have surfaced with regard to pardons in recent days.Reporters concerned that Reagan might issue pardons without announcing them were assured that would not be the case. One official said, "There won't be any pardons put out in the middle of the night."