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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 2, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseFurkan edition and Navy air Force us. Forett a worm North Africa and to Middle East 347 d monday april 2, 1962 i Chih Miffy 10.cnli sunday Milton up. A More than 400 persons were homeless sunday in the Wake of a Tornado which killed 15 and caused an estimated$15 million damage in a this North West Florida town the Tornado plunged from a storm Cloud without warning sat urday. Injured were estimated at Between 75 and 100.the Tornado ripped through a mile Long strip extending from the College Park residential area to Northwestern outskirts of this town Wake Flea curl Aad Roer i Tomlin about fluttered Home after a contrite Tornado ripped into Milton Fla killing at least 15 and leaving pwn in Hom Eleam. More than 20t were destroyed or up the announced sunday a Lonie ers would begin week for projects in 1300 men and women place at the it Ute for the stud York Pennsylvania to. College Park the of Oklahoma. Norman it in International it. And the peace training Center in Rico. Few weather pc no it feint in 7 in 7 7 v Mim m. Fun. M h Mai 4 to i u r to in a f a wet Flat Faubus quits politics plans to rest and write Little Rock. Ark. Up gov. Orval e. Faubus whose name became synonymous with the South s resistance to school Inte Gration during the 1957 crisis in Little Rock has announced his retirement from politics. I am sure my friends do not want me to continue and seriously risk the loss of my h said Over a state wide radio and Tel Evision network i could then of no useful serv. Ice to you. Nor to my family or my self i secondly i wish to do some writ ing he said. I am sure i will never find the time so Long As i remain in the governor s office. Therefore he declared it Ismy decision not to seek re Nomina Saubiu charges Israel buildup . Riots reported Pren Damascus radio mid or Al u Masting troops syrian Border in prep new aggression and appeals for syrians to arms in the nation s heard Here asked stand United with the were sandwiched Between martial music. They were broadcast while news paper Here in Lebanon said two syrian Davniy officers and three enlisted men were killed in clashes with pro-. Demonstrators in the syrian City of horns Between Damascus and Aleppo. Stories attributed to travellers arriving Here from Syria Cald de Hon Roht on pts col v Tion and re election to the governor s office in 1962." the one time schoolteacher s retirement leaves the Field wide Ope for this summer s democratic Pri Mary. The Only announced Candi dates Are rep. Dale Alford. D-ark.,and Kenneth Coffelt. A Little Rock attorney. The 52-year-old governor has served four terms. Faubus also discussed racial integration a favorite subject of his since the 1957 Little Rock integration crisis. Felt act Lou endorsed he said he Felt the people of Arkansas had endorsed his actions or you could have turned me out of this office Long in 1957, Faubus called out the Arkansas National guard to pre vent integration of Central High school in Lytle Rock. President Dwight d. Eisenhower sent in fed eral troops to see that the desegregation was carried out without violence. Faubus. Born in a one room log Cabin on Greasy Creek beat incumbent Frances Cherry s try Foran almost automatic second term in 1954. Faubus has won handily every two years since. House unit oks fair funds Washington up the House appropriations committee has approved �17 million for . Participation in the new York world fair of 1964-1965. The committee chopped $8 million from president Kennedy quest of $25 million. Original re Gas took held 3 French army posts in Algeria Algiers up about 100 uni formed right Wing extremists under the command of former col Jean Gardes temporarily captured three French army posts wednes Day night the army revealed1 Sun Day night. A communique said Gardes under sentence of death for his part in the revolt of the generals last april and his men held the posts for a few hours during wednesday night and thursday morning. 0 Oas officer held French army troops backed by planes drove the secret army organization Oas men from the posts the communique said five Oas officer deserters Hose identities were hot revealed were captured. The attack was the first of the kind attributed to the Oas. In Al Geria. It pointed up the change in Oas tactics to guerrilla warfare As announced in leaflets scattered in Algiers last week. Related Story on Page unpopulated area toward the Smalt Community of Munson uprooting Trees and damaging isolated Struc Tures. Here is a list of persons reported by authorities to Haye been killed by the Tornado that struck Milton mrs. Gertrude Johnson three ofor Johnson s children two boys and one girl Luke Huffman 73 mrs. Elaine f. Helms 25 Ronnie Helms or. 17 month baby girl Blocker. Daughter of mrs. Helen Blocker mrs Martha addle Nel son Lawrence Bradley i Olin Tay Lor r. W. Quails 41 Christine a Bain 31 Wayne Freeman. 20 mrs. Cuy Ywe , 50. Five mile Swath the Rev. Robert Cowling Rector of St. Mary s episcopal Church and disaster chairman for the red Cross said an Aerial Survey showed the area of damage was five Miles Long and a Quarter mile wide. He estimated that Between 200 to 250 Homes were severely dam aged or destroyed. He placed the homeless at upwards of 400,Frame Homes in Milton burst open from the torn adic blast. A two Block area in the College Park Section was hardest hit with a least 10 Homes destroyed and 25 extensively town s Only Hospital a 50 bed Structure filled quickly wit injured victims. The Hospital transferred 19 of the most serious Hurt to Pensacola hospitals. German areas hit by floods Frankfurt a Spring thaw and heavy Rains during thelast few Days have caused floods in some parts of Germany Over the weekend Dangelo Cally and hampering Northern Bavaria the Saale River flooded Low lying areas land around the tort of Bruecke Nau an artificial Lake in German army training area near wed Flecken swamped Over and began eroding the base of the dam. Engineer fortified the dam with Hesse the Fulda Hlyer Valley was flooded with water up to 3 feet deep covering some roads and damaging authorities said the flood Waters Are receding slowly How Moselle River reached Iti highest Mark this year near along the River bed wer flooded and had to be closed i Nevada Mac at fro Sudan my of meat store notice her Utu what do pm a to tic and to the Girt. Charge it we the Apty governor Volpe seize est struck Boston transportation system Boston a gov. John a Volpe seized control of the transit system in greater Boston Early sunday in the Nifte out Wildcat strike. A Volpe acted after the state House and Senate passed hit afire Bill in a precedent breaking weekend night session. The governor signed a proclamation declaring an Nerg Cihiy an named Mai Gen Oti my in Taney state insurance cd is ton a Andic of the 26tb National guard Der to 4irietipphtb transit authority Motak some Moo Meta Woric out in an Ynauth Ortw True try saturday. 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