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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - April 23, 1868, San Antonio, Texas Agriculture Policy Blamed for Nation's Hunger 'ORK TIMES NEWS SrPVire i 11 ttvr.-mv m Price supports anil inn the rulrilinn.il sijhic nr (0 HEW YORK TIMES HEWS SfRVICE WASHINGTON' .social action group said Monday lhat a nalional agricultural policy, NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON The Army will draft men this fiscal year, rather than the 2S5.000 or- jiginally planned, because of a I decline in re-enlistments, more discharges and other untorseen factors. In addition, another men" will be drafted into the Marine- Corps in April and May because of the manpower strain the Vietnam war has placed upon' the man corps. The Marines nomiaUj' rely entirely upon volunteers. Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Hershejv (he director of Selective Serv- ice, reported the new quotas in congressional testimony made" public Monday. He also cau- tioned that if the Vietnam war continued the total draft caUs for fiscal 1969, which begins July exceed the planned 240.000 men to another 100.000. ]n testimony before a subcom- mittee of the House Appropria- tions Committee in February, j Hershey noted lhat the men the Defense Department (originally budgeted for in fiscal 1968 "resulted in he said, referr- ling to the projected draft call (for fiscal "when I get 1000 in my figures, it will take [another 100.000." "If the war gets over, every- See DRAFT, Page UA Mnre Kicsla Pictures. Pages IM. 12.1. I2C, SI) LIKE HIPPIE If he ever gets to see He- misFair, one San Antonian figures he may have to go in a disguise. Cooler Day On Fiesta Agenda is Forecast Theme Fxhibils (in a.m. to li) p.m.) ('iinfliienn'-CiiMiiu.s-F.xpresses the moods man has fell thrniigh liislnrv as lie looked lo Ihe heavens: features simulated f-parr urlii! ctamlxT. ilif Conveiiliwi Center Ivxhibil Hall Paper and world nf paper, from furniture In arl (In del Miindo.) x The Alevati'ler Cirarrl Magic of a F.vcryilay ami exlranrdimiiy scenes of l.aliii'Ameiican life in niinialiire from Hie most extensive collectinn of folk art and Soys in I tie world, tin do! Mnmlo.) l.ols of oilier enterlaiiinic'iil in San Antonio. See Amusements, Pages HICIIAHI) lll'.KM'. Like the speetaele of Heinis- IFair and Ihe throngs of Times 'Square comhined nn one 'lic. watery stage, the 1'JBs'fi'nm home, nther.s with picnici McAllister, who has in all li- :more major events are on tapiquecn'.s coromtion River Parade captivated Him lies, appeared lo Iw stand-j kelituxHl been in the. ex- [Tuesday as Ihe pace of San Antonio Monday night as ins in the wings of a Thai person is none other than the Data, Page 9A Thnse hot, humid days Heck coiiuniicd on its.-ivhrro himiBiiily from rags than mos! citizras. i riches was displaying ilsi Following on the heels opera star Dorothy Monday's solemn ceremonies am! Dr. Victor crjon is none other j memory of those who died the Kan Antonio San citys Mayor W. ifreedom at Ihe Alamo. twoUvill provide the music" for the! for partly icen'.s coronation Cloudy skies and slightly cooler 'Night In Ok! San C.lear stage; psilion grounas more limes Week quickens in the will feature two! co "'wcather 1S I vo nidways. A section a! the Tuesda-v n'Sht- Tax Boosl Nearer into points at Mimdny aflerno.in and when the ,hen to watch the opened shoilly after S something." [cession ef some .Vi mtiltj-twlrtivd 1''" Wfl'c crystal clear ns sail gentiv pa-t them heavy hiini'itiiy settled Heretofore, the senior Al- Cheers, and for Ihe lx'ainie> and m.'inv Kit, Page an official nature. fpronatinn of the Queen of-Tcxas Under Seven Flags" at :S and p.m.: and .sheet dan- (fliwia.ion ..-a ehrations conning on Alamo PKva beginning imue the following nigh! with at p ni the accent on entertainment. ________ Monday afternoon saw (Iranialic Pilgrimage to the MS'A.IAL, UM1 KIx--------------- ,S P.! '1 7pm ...TO 3 p.m ...7! 9 p.m. ...71 13P.11. 71 II n.ni. ...7i Mirtnichi F'rosjiects fnr a lax apivarcd hnch'er key inem- hei> of Congress iH'.ir agreemcul on a rombinntion of lax tni-i'ea-.e and limit alien of gevernmenl sjn-ndiiiK. Page -IA. NOT cai officials and fellow of James Kail liay dn nol believe that he is Ihe mysterious "Kiic Starvn (Jail." whu has been charged in Hie of Dr. Mar- tin Luther King .Ir. Page i n j 1 stopped cold hv Hie reign-' Miss Vtiivei'se. l.on'ise :j" lice's, a-- sh-1 s'Aej't !iv a Astrology ,.2H Debplane .....711 Oil ..m F.dllnrlals .....SA Teleiislon ......ill Tiieaters.......lilt Heatlier Hitle IVomrn's News .......l-lll faille Hatter Jiines. .lulinny II) (lasslfled ..2-13C Landers. Ann 111 (nililcs .......71) Markets .....t-lil) ......'ill Mnlner ........7A Heaths ........SI) NniiciiTii NCII.S <-lrcnl.illnn light circulation ..........................................I IF YOU SliHSCKIHK lo only Kxpress or only the Kve- nlng ean have1 Hie secmid delivered lo your (or only Jl.O.i iiritlitional per mimlh. Call siiil, inrowing to the crowd-i Float themes were much like the multitude nf ,-ulttire.x seen at illeinisl-'air, wilh all walks of Uife and nalions near aint oad represented in lineup Knots of spectator-., many 'Wild folding eh.m lliev broughi Fiesla Scliedulc Tt I.SDAV 00 pnv-KloHer and Kashum Show, Woman's Club. 1717 San Pedro Admission 51 M Nir.hl In Old San AnlonnV at la Vilhta, Ad- j'J: Cliildren. M cents. avs Sign in an stalinn: icanls.' j See beautiful inamniid soli [taires at .loske's Diamond Chusilsmen (Sl'F.liStJSA) m Cnnrevt at the Alamo, Public Invited the (Jin-en of Fiesta. Municipal AudKoii-nn p.m.. !i p.m Ciuier SIMTII Ihe men and ,lim Ctillums' Happy Hand at Arne- snn Theater. Adu'.is, 51; SO cents. Tliealer. 231 S. Broadway. Arimissinn p.m.-Stivel (taneiny. Alamo i'uliiie Invited. saw Pilgrimage to Alamo, n line of marchers a color fill display of floral S trihulcs that its is from Auditorium Cirde to Ihe Shrine of Toxas l.itierty. the toll call 'of fallen heroes slili rinsing in the spring .air, Con. San; Maddux Jr.. military coordinator for the Kiesta. told ihe solemn crowd that ihe dedication displayed in that hatlle lo in- fishtmi; men thtum.slioiu Hie ivorld." "In making Hie supreme u'ue. these men helped make America's strength the bulwark of all flee nations." continued (len, Maddux, who is commander of ihe Air Training Command. 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