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Flawless In State Department Discloses
Test Flight Cambodian Border Crossing

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Forge B52 bomber crashed off
Greenland Sunday plunging per-
haps four hydrogen bombs through
seven feet of ice and into freez-
ing" northern waters, government
sources said yesterday.
The Pentagon, announcing bare
bone details of the accident, said
the devices were unarmed "so
there is no danger of a nuclear
explosion at the crash site."
The Defense Department dis-
closure of the crash came 18
hours after the B52 smacked
in nemrec landn ap-
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ly was listed as missing but was
located later, suffering from
frostbitten hands and feet and a
broken shoulder.
He is Capt. Curtis R. Criss Jr.,
43, of North Wayne, Maine. He
was isted as being in fair condi-
The survivors all were taken to
the Thule Base hospital but ex-
cept for Criss the Pentagon gave
no report on their condition.

C ornputer Dlirected
Ship T4' Transport
Astronauts To Moon1
Lunar Module I, forerunner of
the spaceship expected to ferry
U.S. astronauts to and from the
moon's surface next year, rocket-
a punshingt tet ofis l anding
and takeoff engines.
Guided by a computer directed
robot nicknamed the "mechani-
cal boy," the 16-ton unmanned
mooncraft thundered away from
Cape Kennedy at 5:48 p.m'
aboard the famed 181-foot tall
Saturn I rocket which was
Apollo I fire that kiled three
The powerful Saturn I, weigh-
ing more than 650 tons on liftoff,
performed flawlessly as it ended
a 16-month stint on the launch
pad. It initially hurled the bug-
like Lunar Module, still attached
ea ori10t 138 mile hih
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flightr drectore Eugee F.pKratnz
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WASHINGTON (.P)--The United, "We regret the intrusion," Mc-
States acknowledged yesterday Closkey said. "It was unintended
that a U.S.-Vietnamese patrol had and undertaken without any hos-
crossed Cambodia's border "dur- tile intent."
ing the heat of battle" with Viet It was the first officially ac-
Cong guerrillas. knowledged case in which Amern-
The State Deptment sid it can forces invoked the right of

information indicates that the
clash occurred In a village on
the South Vietnam side of the
border between Prey Veng pro-
vince In Cambodia -and Kieng
Phong province in South Viet-

sent formal regrets for any Cam- self defense enunciated a week . Inside the Bend
bodian casualties that may have ago by Asst. Secretary of State McCloskey described the village
resulted from what it called m' William P. Bundy. as being "inside the bend Of the
unintended intrusion 75 yards in- K Base for Attack border, two-thirds surrounded by
side Cambodian territory last Bundy told newsmen that the Cambodian territory."
Thursday. United States would continue to "Our reports Indicate the com-
Prince N o r o d o m Sihanouk, exercise this right if Communist bined Vietnamese and U.S. patrol
Cambodia's chief of state, has de- Viet Cong and North Vietnamese which came under heavy fire did
manded that the International forces used Cambodia as a base icross over about 75 yards into
Control Commission investigate for attacking American forces in Cambodian territory during the
the violation of his border and Vietnam and as a sanctuary for firefight," he said.
the killing of three Cambodians retreat. "We have expressed regrets to
during the fight. Bundy's statement followed a the Cambodiani government about
Robert J. McCloskey, State protest by the Sovet Union on any Cambodian casualties that
Department press officer, said Jan. 12 that it "will not remain may have occurred during the
the incidents occurred while on indifferent" to U.S. violations of engagement," McCloskey said.
American - South Vietnamese pa- Cambodia's frontiers. . Since diplomatic relations be-
trol was defending itself from McCloskey said yesterday that tween the United States and
Viet Cong gunfire coming from complete reports have not yet been Cambodia were broken off in
both sides of the Vietnam-Cam- received on last Thursday's bor- April 1965 as a result of another
bodian border. der fight, but he said preliminary border Incident, McCloskey said
i e~By droincidnc the ipomaoticr
'4inve er nt Southeast Asia."

nucler arme US. 15 bomer near Greenland. Th aes, who are narn a snatinee ction v
Greenland. Some of the signs read "Vote for Neutrality and disarmament" and "Now there are
nuclear weapons in Danish territory."

To Lure Passage of

son Administration outlined to
Congress Monday a $3 billion series
of budget cuts ranging from space
to highways in a new attempt
to win quick passage of its 10 per
cent surcharge on income taxes.
Secretary of the Tr'easury Henry
H. Fowler said some of the cuts
slated for the next fiscal year in,
existing federal programs willt b
need for higher taxes.
He called enactment of the 10
per cent surcharge on individual
and corporate income taxes the
"single most important and indis-
pensible step" toward stemming
inflation, defending the dollar
abroad and maintaining stable
economic growth.
No Control
Administration officials blame a
;>roposed $10.4 billion increase in
spending for the next fiscal year on
defense and expenses over which
they have no control.
Fowler was joined for the third
time since last August before the
House Ways and Means Commit-
tee by Charles L. Schultze, budgbt
director, and Federal . Reserve

first half of 1938 but he foresaw
a tapering of f by the end of the
year with higher taxes.
Under the administration's plan
individual taxes would be raised
effective April 1 and corporate
taxes retroactive to Jan. 1.
Even with the cuts proposed
Monday, the deficit in the new
fiscal year 'is figured at $8 billion
-ven withabhigh$r0taxes-com-
Schultze outlined a series of
wud treduce existing programs b

almost $3 billion below this year's
apropriations. He referred to the
proposed $185 billion spending pro-
gram for fiscal 1969 as responsible
and tightly controlled.
One of the most politically sen-
sitive areas is the federal aid high-
way program which Schultze said
would be cut slightly below the
current level which is the highest
in history at a contract pace of
He said the pace of federal aid
highway contract would have risen
168 without this holddowandar

giant happens to be Ford Motor
Company, it can be a distinct
advantage. See your placement
director and make an appoint-
ment to see the man from Ford
when he visits your camtpus.
We could grow bigger together.
FEB. 1, 2 & 8
I'd like a big job please.

-Associated Press
Villagers in Salaparuta, Sicily chased a food truck in vain fol-
lowing last week's disastrous earthquakes in that region. The truck
had already been emptied of food. Two-hundred and one bodies
have been found so far and at least 200 more dead are expected.



presents, in cO-Operation with the Lbreative Arts F-estival

hor cfarman William McCfes
ney artieJr MONDAY, JAN. 29, 8:30
Four government witnesses, in-
cluding Council of Economic Ad- i ilA dtru
sisers chairman Gardner Ackley,
talked of higher prices,. high in-
terest rates and even a return of PROGRAM; Devil's Trill Sonata (Tartini); Chaconne for Solo. Violin
the old boom and bust cycles of (3. 5. Bach) ; Sonata in F major ("Spring''); Three Caprices for Solo
expansion sand recession if taxes Violin (Paganini) ; Nigun (improvisation by Ernest Bloch) ; and Intro-
arent rased.duction and Tarantella (Sarasate) .
Both Ackle and Fowler said the T ICK ETS: $6.0O-$5.50-$5.00-$4.00-3.00-2.O0
wage price- spiral which began in at
1966 will continue this year. With
higher taxes, Ackley said the rate U iest u ia o it B ro
of increase can be slowed from the Unvriy M sc lS cey, B ro Tower
4per cent of recent months to- IHours: Mon. through Fri., 9 to 4:30; Sat., 9 to 12 (Telephone 665-3717)
ward 3 per cent by the end calen-
'dar 1968. (Also at Hill Auditorium Box Office 1 hours preceding performance)
Fowlersaid 3.5 pr cen pric
increase is nearly.assured forith


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