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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - January 13, 1968, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday january 13, 1968 the stars and stripes subdued a policeman uses his club to subdue a girl Demon Strator at the Fairmont hotel in san Francisco. A photo speech site splattered of s top secret sr71 plane Falls in flames Crew Safe Marysville Calif. Up one of the air Force s top secret sr71 reconnaissance plane crashed in flames thursday in marshy Farmland about 5 mile North of Beale air Force base. The two Crew members ejected safely. Base officials immediately placed armed Security g u a r d s around the wreckage. The super sonic aircraft designed to re place the u2 reconnaissance Lane is the air Force s fastest and highest flying plane. The crewmen both assigned to Beale were it. Col. Robert g. Sowers 41, an instructor Pilot and capt. David e. Frue Haf. Sowers Hometown is Lexington n.c., and Fruehaf is from Buffalo , the crash occurred As thesr71 was making its final approach to Landing at Beale Dur ing a training flight. Charles Nassa who owns farm near the crash site re ported it to base officials. He said he was standing in his Yard mob denounces Rusk in Frisco san Francisco a be fore Secretary of state Dean Rusk spoke inside the Fairmon hotel atop Nob Hiu thursday night a noisy cursing mob of Antiwar demonstrators outside hurled bricks bottles and bags of red paint. At one Point police swinging night Sticks corralled about 500 demonstrators and chased the from the scene. Between 20 and 25 were arrested and hustled Way in Paddy wagons. Several police were Hurt slightly by mis Siles from the crowd. The disorder was quelled be fore Rusk began his speech. The crowd started gathering around 6 ., 2 hours before Busk was scheduled to Star speaking to the Commonwealth club and the world affair Council. From 100, the crowd quickly swelled to 500. Police jeered the demonstrators jeered and haunted police. Some shouted Rusk is a a few when police started. F w%\4 a 1 chasing them ran half a Block away to Grace Cathedral. The shop will protect us they s31ci, the fire department said it received 16 to 20 false alarms to the area Between 5 9 It was not Learned whether Rusk was already inside the hotel when the rhubarb on the Street outside began. It was reported that the crowd overturned a taxicab. Another report said police used Mace Aso called harmless but blinding substance on the crowd. It dissimilar to tear Gas. The bags of red paint were thrown at the front of the ele Gant Fairmont at Californi and Mason streets. Some struck the columns near the picket explained that the red color signified blood being Shedin Vietnam. Surveyor photos show a death Valley on Moon Pasadena. Calif. Up photographs of the Moon taken by Surveyor 7 clearly showed Rocky Barren sections of Ter rain thursday. The spacecraft however had other trouble. An eight Inch Square Gold plated Box designed to Analyse the chemistry of the Moon crust failed to drop to the sur face in response to command radioed from Earth. Scientists at the Jet propulsion Laboratory Here were study ing the problem but went ahead with experiments involving a steel tipped digging photos taken by Surveyor 7 from its Vantage Point in the Southern Highlands about 18 Miles North of the Crater Tycho resembled the wastelands of death Valley. By. Bernard Rescue Din a snowy switch Inland 3slfit mengland a dog that went out Britain s rare blizzard Slot lost for two Home thursday a unashamed. Police fool telling Thep Ollu t j i. 7ulll u1csaid his dust a St Beri Ard T mrs. Olga Hep tracker dogs Able to find their Way up mountains yet i had to Send out people to find , to give him his fan Cier Pedigree name was sighted two Days later on a farm a mile did t look As if he were top sure about that tracking Busi Ness but the name on his col Lar got him Home mrs. Heppell Laid on a special menu to Welcome him Back nine cans of dog food two pints of milk and a big Bone. For Good measure Toby gulped Down the cat s dinner too. One picture had the appear Ance of a Western movie scene strewn with rocks Many of them one foot or More across. The Center of the picture was about16 feet from Surveyor s television photo showed rolling terrain with ridges several thou Sand feet from the spacecraft and with the Moon s horizon inthe upper left hand Corner. Scientists said the apparently Sandy composition of the soil around the rocks appeared Tobe similar to that of the Flat areas photographed by previous Surveyor spacecraft. It appeared to have the consistency of packed amp soil like that found on information on the composition of the soil was expected to be transmitted if and when the Gold plated Box begins to function. The Box contains radioactive Alpha particles that bombard a surface and indicate its Chemi Cal Content. The device made the Quarter million mile trip tothe Moon nestled against the spacecraft. . Foreign Trade soars after devaluing London a Britain s for eign Trade improved dramatically in december following devaluation of the Pound nov. 18, the Board of Trade announced thurs Day. The Trade deficit was less than half that of and re exports surged by $256.8 million. Imports also Rose but by Only $72 million. When he saw the plane apparently going through but then he said it appeared to stall turn Over on its Back and fluttered to the ground like piece of paper he said it hit the ground Tail first at a near vertical Angle. Nassa said he saw no sr71, capable of flying three times the Speed of sound at 80,000 feet plunged to Earth from about 3,000 Force officials refused to comment on the cause of the crash. They said a group of qualified officers would con duct an investigation. Newsmen and spectators were kept several Hundred Yards from the was the third crash of a scale stationed sr71 within year. The other crashes came april 13 near Las vegas Nev.,and oct. 25 near Lovelock Nev. Crew members also escaped in jury in both of those accidents. Army chief of staff general deplores Llo pursuit9 Chicago a the chief of staff of the army said thurs Day that he would deplore the necessity of pursuing Viet Cong into Gen. Harold k. Johnson spoke to some 150 members of the Chi Cago headline club a chapter of Sigma Delta Chi National journalistic society. The Genera said the question of chasing the enemy across the cambodian order will be of continued in Terest in future months because the Viet Cong is finding it Neces sary to Retreat into the Jungle regions. Gen. Johnson said the successor the . And South Viet namese forces in dislodging the Viet Cong from bases they held for years caused the ene my to seek new hiding places. He said he would not be in favor of troop or air Pursuit of the Viet Cong into cambodian Terri tory but would approve of a Pur suit by fire that is the firing of All ground weapons at the re treating enemy regardless of whether the bullets and projectiles pass into Cambodia. Pursuing the enemy into Dana Andrews discharged from St. Louis Hospital St. Louis up actor Dana Andrews was discharged thursday night from Barnes hos Pital in St. Louis where he had spent seven Days recuperating from a Skull fracture. A spokesman for the Hospital said Andrews 56, was discharged in satisfactory condition an apparently was in Good enough condition to the actor went directly fro the Hospital to Lambert St. Louis Airport. La j message due Jan. 17 Washington a presi Dent Johnson will deliver his state of the Union message to Congress Jan. 17 at 9 The announcement from the of fice of House speaker John w. Mccormack d-mass., said next wednesday s address will be televised by the major . Net works. The annual presidential Mes Sage traditionally is used to out line in Broad scope an administration s assessment of the nation s current situation and it proposals for action in Congress. Cambodia would tend to wide the War Gen. Johnson said. My own attitude is that would deplore the necessity for Pursuit into Cambodia with Hope that a political movement would result in Cambodia Clos ing its Borders to the the general said the vast majority of South vietnamese regu Lar forces Are fighting extremely he cited the South vietnamese 1st divisions an example of a unit that has improved greatly since 1965when he first toured South Viet also defended the controversial m16 Rifle. The Rifle he said is an exceptionally emotional he said that any hand carried weapon is subject to criticism and that a automatic weapon has jamming Gen. Johnson said he did not foresee an end soon to the War but he pointed out that . 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