European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 2 1962, Page 6

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 2, 1962, Darmstadt, HessePage 6 the stars and stripes March storm Gavel room be Facelift Survey putting . East coast Bach Washington the great storm that smashed out of the Atlantic in March literally wiped the Eastern coastline off the uj3, coast and geodetic sur vey the nation coastal and tidal River mapmaker is try ing to put it Back on again in two Day March 7 to March 9high Wendi and enormous tides altered 1xxx Miles of Atlantic coast line. From Cape cod to my nil every Bay Inlet and Harbor has been affected. Shoals have disappeared islands have shifted buoys have moved and inlets result has confronted the Survey with its biggest map re vision task in 34 years. The charts put out by the Bureau Are vitally important for the cod fishermen sailing from Boston the Yachtsman racing on Long is land sound or the charter fishing boat leaving Dayton. As a result of the storm present charts Are no longer an accurate guide to the paths of navigation. Officials at coast and geodetic decline to estimate How Many changes will be necessary in the More than 200 charts which define the East coast for the tedious task of revision was started the Day after the storm. The Agency expects to have it. First corrections published and in the hands of navigators in Early april. No completely new charts willbe published immediately. Instead Char lets a Small Square of paper will be issued in the weekly publication notice to map the changes caused by. The storm the Agency uses Ever device possible from planes equipped with special cameras to Small boats powered by an out Board motor. Unit adds $80 million for space race Washington Don t cry. You re took pretty to those apparently were the last words spoken to an Atlanta woman whose body was found suspended by a mattress cover in her jail cell. Police said the words were spoken by a prisoner who saw the woman Margaret Elizabeth Shuler 35. Crying on her bed. Officers said miss Shuler had been arrested on several traffic charges. Rockefeller asks storm am Albany up gov Nelson a. Rockefeller has asked the Federal government for $7.6 million to help local authorities on Long Island and in. New York City repair dam age from the March 6-8 storms. The fund would supplement stat and local Aid Money. Goodwin of Cedar Island n.c., and George Cusick of Huntington n.y., were pulled through a doorway. The rescuers were second mat skip Van Sant of Wilmington del., Buster Nichols of Brentwood n.v., and John Darosa of new Bedford mass. It s a Miracle we All got out of this alive said crewman John a Mcmahon. We did t even have time to grab our life the tug was owned by Sheridan transportation co of Philadelphia. Officials seek Well dressed four Columbus Ohio y important markers buoy Nai Channel Many been shifted some Are la ten a not on Ray might Lead Waters. Once the pleased they Char lets. Fth carefully Alcest. Painstaking de Shoals and new i the storm Mous damage summer cottages highways also swept out to Basic control pm and geodetic use depth of water. These controller mined precisely by Between 1910 them the i Crews Are Alm Osting the depth of the coast it of has five Crews of cover How Man Points have Cape cod to Cape control Points mint Are placed is to four Miles a Tutt neat when the Hydro has completed its suits will be added to i already issued. Nav will have the gee coastline and teeters clearly outlined. From these Chart Fetti will be compiled and it May be a Yea available to the Whie Man handmade new changes to 1 line and the Cycle pct Ted. The coast a dig not the Only the problems of a new the army corps of"".,the coast guard also Ohr overtime to plot the the storm. _ Demaster a new Jersey whose Ione of the most Batt redi declared a disaster received to million 1� i to rejuvenate its much of the Money to repair dunes tabs \ the corps of end a typical Job Wilt new York s fire Islan Sandbar protecting to i of Long Island from Ocean Breaks hav the Sand bar and High been washed surveyed then re i strengthened. All this will be Muc tej this summer for seashore ers. Instead of ant to disturbing their picnics have to Cope with a surveyors tap measures Faa worried about a Lipstein Washington up the fed eral aviation Agency a after much study research and thought Ful consideration announced that people who Are too hippy May have trouble getting out of an air plane in a hurry. The Faa issued its conclusion in a directive to manufacturers of Small transport planes .10 Passen Gers or Leas. It said that any such aircraft built in the future Mii to have aisles at least 18 inches wide. The Agency explained that a Negl Tolble number of persons have a standing hip breadth of More than is inches but there it a Nui cant percentage of those hav ing a standing hip breadth of More than 10 Tiki la Why Faa went on the Federal government was willing to modify us original directive for minimum aisle Width of 30 inches. But was not willing to with the. Manufacture for a 16-Lncb minimum. In any emergency from a Small transport pointed out. A passenger sized hips could Block " movement along the be retarded by the awl word gait which Larj Seagers

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