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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 1, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes to be eliminated capital paper says Washington the Pentagon is quietly disposing of 97 additional base facilities As a second step in the Kennedy administration s move to eliminate outmoded military bases the Washington Post has reported among the facilities declared sur plus by Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara Are 86 , Camps depots and plants and portion e of some bases plus11 overseas installations the Post said. The facilities Cost 433 Mil lion. Two other bases in the United states Are being deactivated but retained for of the facilities on the new list Are relatively Small and consist of Long closed Camps orthoses apparently obsolete the Post defense department con firmed that additional facilities had been added to the previous list of places scheduled to shut Down but said no list was Avail Able. The new list is larger than the73 bases ordered shut Down or sold by Mcnamara a year g. Norris who wrote the Story also said the Way the pro Gram is being handled is in Sharp contrast with last year s said there was local disclosure of Many of the closings wherever layoffs or other factors demanded Ahot Keb Waul away from Shadow of the communist i in Berlin West Berlin Effly Brandt visits another and in Newcastle England. If s Wall which guarded province of Britain s Frontier Yean ago. Unite kingdom to to Edinburgh Rhoto Over the past few months hot no announcement was made by the department of said listed with the services administration for disposal As surplus or ordered closed Are 99 individual Facilla totalling about 13,000 thousand persons Are or will be affected by the actions Norris wrote including �300 civil ians whose jobs Are to be eliminated. Annual maintenance savings will total about $13.2 it Niagara to go included in the new list the Post said Are such old army posts As historic it. Niagara ., Tobe transferred to new York state it. Hayes Ohio a valuable 70-acrereservation in downtown Colum bus half of old it. Des ies the rest of which remains for Iowa National guard use it. Crowder,mo., about one third of which Wilt be kept for the National guard and most of Camp Swift Tex other surplus facilities the postpaid include Nike Ajax and air Force radar Sites no longer needed wartime built substandard housing developments and ammunition another ordnance depots the latter including the $10.6 million naval ammunition depot. It. Mifflin a. Twenty five of the surplus facilities Are aviation plants shipyards and other factories Buitt by the government during world War ii and leased to defense contractors the Post said. The 11 overseas facilities declared surplus the Post said mostly Are in Japan. Taiwan Korea and Western Europe on leased land. Locations were not Given. Gen Lemnitzer in Formosa for talk with Chiang from Frew Date patches Taipei Formosa Gen Lyman. Lemnitzer chairman of the joint chiefs of staff arrived Hereford a talk with president Chiang Kai Shek. Before leaving Saigon Lemnitzer said that winning the War against the communist guerrillas in Southview Nam will be a Long and difficult task but from saw the vietnamese armed forces Are on the offensive against the Vietcong communists in South Viet Nam a vicious Ash Between government troops and communist guerrillas crippled an entire armoured column. Fifteen government soldiers and about 30 Viet Cong were killed. Son born to Rooney Hollywood a Mickey Rooney s fifth wife the former Barbara Ann Thomason gave birth to the couple s third child a baby weighed 8 pounds 2 ounces. Mother and child were reported doing Well. The Rooney have two daughters. A a Juick what no a. When astronaut John h. Glenn or. 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Temperature records were set i several other Eastern areas. Meanwhile Walsenburg. Colo.,recorded a 14-Inch snowfall while 18 inches fell on la Veta West there was a 12-Inch fall on Wolf Creek pass bringing to 102 inches the Snow depth on the Marker the Colorado Highway terrorists step up Slaughter of moslem in algerian cities Algiers Opi right Wing terrorists began a new drive to Slaughter moslem in the port City of Oran midday five moslem had been killed in different parts of the City All in areas bordering on the moslem Algiers there were three at tacks one against the regional in formation director for the Algiers area. Gerard Lhote. Who was Shotin the jaw by a terror Tat believed to be an Oas Man in the Centero the crowded Rue Michelet area. Two other persons a moslem and a european were killed in the same bodies of moslem were found in the Bone , taking on the aspect once More of a Busy thronged Icett waited saturday for the first of the military tribunals that will Tryonas commandos picked up in ref cent Days by the Security forces. Department maintains had 7 inches of Snow and Denver 3. Some of the fall spread into Western Kansas the Northwestern Corner of the Texas Panhandle and Northern Arizona. A few Snow flurries also fell inthe upper great lakes area. Flooding in Northwestern Tow began to Eade in some sections but the weather Bureau said overflow will continue Over the weekend with possibly serious results. The Rock River was rising but the Floyd and Little Sioux and other streams were falling. The Missouri River continued to Rise from Nebraska c11 a. ,neb.,downstream, while tributary flood ing in the upper Mississippi basins owed improvement in most areas. Showers were reported from Western new York state to ten Nessee. Thunderstorms occurred in a wide band across the Northeast Texas Southeast Oklahoma a r e eastward into Alabama. Seventy. Degree temperatures were common along the Gulf an Atlantic states White in the nation s midsection Reading ranged generally in the 30s and 40s. West of the Continental Divide. Sunny and pleasantly mild weather prevailed. Glenn was Over White wonder tit work. Whiter a craggy thinning � contradiction Colorado i foot bail team basketball his class i honors. And a Iwhite consistency bet scholastically and born june 15ns, Whit his classmates iof Colorado re student with tory one who. Cot and remember the signed Steeles for largest up to that time son. The Whitaer football league t into study at he was in England Kennedy Brothers their father then was Sador to the court returning White is with the Detroit the Yale law1940 and 1941 with leading the league winning Alt pro year but the War Law training. 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