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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 3, 1961, Darmstadt, HessePose 2 continued fam Voge 1 thousands of servicemen in one move said one major. ,. This will really help morale,1said sic Ticardo Hernandez stationed with the army to Frank Furt at mime main air saw in Ger Many capt Jack o. Gardner and his wife and sex children were pleased at the cancellation. Gardner has just completed a four year hitch in husband Hopes to make the army his career mrs. Gardner said. It we can be together we Hope to serve overseas Sec and mrs. Louis Smith and their two sons Gary and k6y, arrived fro the ,? for As alignment in Europe and had t heard about the is really news mrs. Smith declared. Some of our friends att Sill will certainly be Happy to hear 1� of air passenger if enter Ofalda at the ate Bas said the flow jets pendent arriving from tfie.tj.3i had dropped from a january aver age of 70 daily to the 18 dependent who arrived thursday now they re expecting the veni again. Sp4 of Eph wlm mad Derk at Darmstadt Germany Tana in an application left photo to Ort his family from the Reading m the stars and stripes Boot president Kennedy s order cancelling the overseas dependency cutback Wise took his application to capt Cecil v. Potter detachment co. Wise arrived in Europe fit december and has been prevented from hav ing his family join him by the frees. At right senior sgt Thomas sergeant major of 6811th a la group listen to an enthusiastic account of it cutback cancellation from 88sthugh a Hartm to sri fill Ltd personnel ,�vanokl Safe to lift Malaya Force Wiesbaden Germany Spe Cial Safe s 322nd air div which has carried in. Forces from16 countries to the troubled Congo Toce last july thursday received Mission that will take them More than Max Miles to pick up a con Tingent from a 17th nation Malaya. Two c124 Globe Aiters Ere expected to depart Chatt Fauroux air station France. Saturday for Singa pore to pick up 130 Malayan troops and four tons of cargo for trans port to Leopoid Ville. This will Mark the first appearance of Malaya forces under . Command in the Congo. With scheduled stops at . Iran. Karachi Pakistan and Calcutta the transports Are expected to arrive in Singapore in about 60 hours utilizing double flight Crews. The estimated 6100 Zolle journey Back to Leopoid Villers expected to be completed in so hours. Cold records shattered in Northeast part of . Strong earthquake shakes Japan City Nagaoka. Japan a five persons died and seven were injured Early thursday when Strong earthquake destroyed houses and buildings in this North Ern Japan City. Local police said damage from the Shock was confined to the City s Northwest Section but that heavy Snow in the area was Hin Dering Rescue work. The meteorological Agency i Tokyo 129 Miles South of Nagaoka said the quake registered four Ona japanese scale of seven. Shades of silent Cap still haunt capital Washington is every body in the nation s capital to Nett a new frontiersman. An occasional automobile to ecu these Days with a sticker tha indicate Etta owner May find the state of the Union on the Liberal Side. The Rea White and Bane stickers Rei keep Cool with Goudge for 1 " by the associated press deep cold records were shattered again thursday in the Northeast officially the Mercury plumbed28 degrees below Zero at water town and Oneonta in upstate new unofficial readings As Low As 54below at Florence. N.y., Northwest of Utica were reported As the sub Zero climate gripped almost All of the Section Northeast of Ohio and Salt water harbours of new England froze Over. The cold plagued coastal ship Ping kept thousands of Automo Biles immobilized and suspended classes in Many schools. No Relief from the stiff cold was sighted and sections near the Southern fringe of the sub Zero area braced for new Snow. A record sub Zero string reached 15 Days Over most of the North had unofficial read Ings As Low As 40 below at Srmarys. 33 a Emoiy at Ridgway and 32 below at extremes in the Region included 26 below at Pellston Mich.22 below at Portland Maine 21 below at traverse City Mich. 20below at Warren a. 19 below at Buffalo . Brookville pa., and Franklin a 18 below at Albany . 17 below at Phil Leaburg 11 below at Wilkes Barre pa., and 10 below at Rochester .Pittsburgh s 6 below was a record for the Date and so was 4below at Philadelphia. At Detroit 4 below was the lowest since 188lother minus readings included 22 below at Layton no 15 below at town Hall md., 14 below at Frostburg md., and 11 below at Youngs town. Ohio Newark with 1 below was the coldest in 18 cellar readings were effects of an Arctic air Faulger which brought freezing Marks to the car. Bolinas Southern Kentucky South Ern Missouri and the Texas fan handle. It Alto spread sub Zero chill in the Northern Plains inured to Winter s Rigours where Bismarck. N.d., residents accepted 19 below As Ordinary predawn Long cold spell kept hobbles on water transport in Inland and sheltered coastal Bays. Lake Michigan continued to Snag steamers in ice locks near the Shore. Barge traffic on the missis Sippi and Ohio Rivers moved amid hampering ice jams after Gorg blockades were broken earlier in the Florida and the Cali fornia desert Region supplied War contrasts to the Northern whiter climate. Miami s temperature rang for 24 hours was 69 to 73, and Thermal calif., recorded a High of86 wednesday. German traffic toll climbs Wiesbaden Germany Cap West Germany s traffic death toll in 1960 has been tentatively Esti mated at a record High of aboul14,000 by the Federal statistical office. Approximately 437,000 oth ers were Parley vows further Aid for algerian rebels Baghdad up the Ara foreign ministers conference Here unanimously adopted an 11-pohilresolution providing for increased Aid to the algerian rebel govern ment. / ,. " a the Resolution also said the Arab delegations to the unite nations would cooperate with afro asians and All Friendly countries Mohave a Resolution on algerian ear ried at the next . Ses6lonl _ according to the term the Resolution the Arab countries rep resented will provide increased Tea Terral and financial Aid and also increase the Supply of arms Arab states also would per Mit their citizens to Volunteer forthe algerian liberation army with facilities to be made for the move ment of volunteers and technicians the foreign ministers said Theara states would reconsider their political and economic relation with France if France continued to wage War against the algerians. Paid is ton for though students planning father Inan about the Ood idea bring Good Row a though of most Otto at South sergeant pretty around the effect on foremen were assignment part the bad knew on they would for was sat an wer Magesa local contemplate feel Bette military comment received also Wertzl Noune ement. In Japan operator said the Servic enlistment expires ban had 1 Washe said a civil service Tor for 1%j Board. I think a a welcomed my shot said be with i no Preciosis of tit s members of the Frankfurt non Gommels Lonett officer Waves club happily display their react onto president Kennedy s cancellation of the depend ent cutback. They Are left to right mesdames Harriet Foley Doris Kearney Irene trader bos Seidl. Alta Eggers Ann and Mary t. Blenc " e. I

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