European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 19 1962, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseHamburg s a Poir to j r i " \ victims carry on. On Page 3 of european edition 1 & army Navy f 4 jtjj.i.t3 aj.1 pc i i � i. I a in volume 20, no Tab of 30 be leave 246 dead " t or i or " a Sands marooned in in. Germany to a i a 1 a Jar j Jtb Mfr j to tvs feta of a t a a. Weft for a � is fuck Homes amid i of do Trutton remind wont of the it Kornuth of world War ii bombing raids Hamburg residents leave their flooded Homes. Authorities estimated thousands were in Hamburg a photo pc water jew Germany turbulent Eibe Estuary att Barrier began to Friday nightly fit As i could but the me and carried Mcbriar i could grab m. Agent the night in the Wai the worst i Evera i 4uytv Wrt Iwin Al Phil imly Wili a Van Haw i Wpm mii4tf l Friiss reject air corridor protest victims As Waters ebb Hambury Ines sexier and was de scribed by tout i Here As Nega Tive and a reject son of the protest cent thursday Kcf tie soviet government Here. Bob Ken Nedvar Sukarno talk Jakarta ii i Riesau a pm --U.S. Ally. It ii. Robert Kennedy had further discussion with presi Dent Sukarno son the West new Guinea dispute sunday a few Hoglrn prior to his departure from in Donesia or Thailand. The Western note accused the russians of attempting to Force changes in the established proce dures on the air corridor by de manding the right to use for them selves certain Levels on the corridors reserved for Alt four Powers. The three Powers in similar notes said the Allied right to use the corridors derives from precisely the same source As do the rights of the in Germany and blast Berlin namely the joint military d e f e a t of the German belch and joint Assumption of the supreme authority Over the american note said "theu.s. Government will take the Nec Essary Steps to secure the safety of such flights and will hold the soviet government responsible forthe consequences of any ,.american and British soldiers teamed with tens of thousands of German army troops police an voluntary helpers i the Rescue operations in d in Clearing up the debris. From Denmark a Rescue corps arrived and the Netherlands red Cross offered to Send men and equipment to the flood a trick in areas -.,.,. Twenty German army Helicon front on Page h4 col St Irwy. Of Aid Relief Effort i a Hamburg Sas. . Army and air Force helicopters arrived in this flood devastated City Sun Day to help in Rescue work with food blankets an clothing on the c130 Hercules cargo plane from the 322nd air div at Devreux France bringing 14,000 blankets were expected late. Sunday. Six More Hercules Croft were due to arrive sometime monday wit clothing and 36,000 blankets. Fuhl Buettel Airport just North of the City was swarm with 84 helicopters from american an German military units performing mercy missions throughout the Day. The american choppers plucked nine persons from houses isolated by the floods while others dropped food and medical equipment toothed stranded victims there Are a total of 33 uj3.-manned copters Here with three More due Smo Dayi " the army helicopter units were led by capt Murray Smith o 54th trans Jan it Hanau the Cfrp-j1ters came from the 39th. 39th and 4th trans cos. Stationed at Hona and Werthem All units of the 54th in. The air Force Rescue copters came from the 67th air Rescue so at a Matein a truck Convoy of .2� vehicle from various con a Itei of we Sih trans in left Hanau sunday coming wit medical supplies food vi4 of the c

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