European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 19 1962, Page 24

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse-. L . A rushed to r Rome up acre Eliza by War Dor of filing from what a a officially dec Robed m food vim in a private sunday night. / Miu Baylor who earlier had4m#a Teol aled from her Friend and a family including her i Tang up Hus band Boddu Fth was Reung so. After he reportedly Pitt the no visitors i\\4 Berush for muted to my As Tay apr a room after being kept out lit orders for Alx hours. He drawn and worried. Or. Richard Pennington said l Beautiful 39-year-old actress was rushed to the Hospital saturday Isi hit suffering from stomach pains vomiting and collapse but ainu very much better might be released monday or tuesday. i of a definitely a Case of Pennington revealed the tar had panicked1 Aljen it Ogk n Iii saturday following to luncheon at her Villa with Piatra film producer Walter wan Fetkiw twi it Ondon apr Al nost n died Ain a London clinic after a with pneumonia. Thai and in a fluent delays boosted the. Budget of the lira from $15 million to $25 the to Tejw sett rotary Here Ander California agent mean White claimed he was suffering from of Hauston and was resting a borne Hospital. Studio you reek said that Taylor had been working hard recently in scene with wish a Cir Hie hard Burton who plays Lif Yre Antony to her Cleopatra. V Barton file Back \ Burton flew Iwick to Rome f Pir Paris sunday night and said i want to see Elizabeth As Soonpaa 1 he was not informed of the Ture of her illness but said Shudis delicate and added to the train on the Elof the must million Dollar film she reportedly has been addition up fatigued by everyday household problems in running the 14-Rdoravilla where she and her Hub adj four children five dogs and three cats live. Teamwork on the dikes soldiers from the German and american armies Pool food tool rises to their weight on an prov la s1e of continued from Pago 1 ters assisted by american chop pert not Only pulled Many to safety from their roof but also dropped emergency supplies of water and food to families who had scribbled Durst thirst on the tiles. Many people had spent their second night in the top floors or on the roof of their blood sur rounded houses. Mayor Paul Nevermann said that in Hamburg alone 20,000 were still Cut off by the Waters an were receiving Only minimum food and water supplies by air an boats. They lived in temporary shelters set up in churches schools and other Public buildings. Nevermann said the . Army had been requested to make Avail Able blankets and underwear. Ana peal Over German radio and the British forces network also Drew encouraging response authorities said. Rescuers reported that in so replaces people doggedly refused to leave their Homes and merely asked for food and water. In the Hamburg suburb of Helmsburg where the floods Are be Leved to have claimed to e High-1eat death toll the Waters still swirled around the second floor of Many houses. Those dikes which had with stood the floods now were stopping the receding Waters. Officials con soldered digging holes through the dikes to Speed the water Flo Wingback into Rivers. Power failures continued in Ham Wax gives was one Man drag � rubber boat into Tite water m others to Alk toward break in a Dike on the Elbe Elver at suburban Are of Hamburg hard hit by the hoods. A photo Burg and May of the villages along the1 coast. The City s Railroad link with the South and the West Resil interrupted As the Waters had washed Gro find from under the � r pharmacies and Ood Stoe asked to keep open sunday a / t experts spid the Dos Ster would have been novae in Bambi Fri i the dikes North of the City along the Elbe River Estuary had no Given Way. At the High tide Friday night the water was about 19 fee above Normal experts said this level was above the highest mar registered in the worst flood of the 19th Century on feb. A 1,500 tourists stranded by austrian blizzards Salzburg Austria a general Avalanche alarm was sounded throughout Western aus Tria sunday following a night of raging blizzard that have isolate some 1,500 tourists at a secluded Winter resort t skiers crowding Winter sports enters at the Peak of the season were strictly warned to stay in doors or use Only Avalanche sate a a talk patrolled by n a Mountain guard " authorities Otoe three Das to i a Elded there a Sard there w Date cause for Ala we Well Stocke and medical services to a a i. To Avalanche warning he said the situation we critical m the Alpine to the austrian italian Tran West German heavy storms spread Blanket of Snow during number of Valley t Aoi it and West from 1and in the -Arlfaere-1 off by Snow slides blk and Mountain trails. Gendarmes and Mountain prepared to evacuate. _ Remote farmhouse the Rej avalanches " Mcnamara. Aides to Wei i ass Viet Nam my at Hawaii Washington 1 a Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara1 will meet in Hawaii monday with military and diplomatic of Clala for Ai Iother a3se\sit but out Ameri can Aid to South Viet Nam accompanying Mcnamara As chief state department representative is w. Aver Ell Harriman assistant Secretary in charge of far Eastern affairs the partly. Also includes Gen Lyman l n chairman of the joint chief of staff i assistant Secretary of defense Paul Nitze who direct military Aid programs Arthur Sylvester assistant defense Secretary for Public affairs and Brig Gen William b. Rosen the any s new warfare at the hawaiian he late " " Harry a. Felt group Wilt Date reports on the problems in the vie Gram and the of. Flying into Hawaii Forf Slyn is a delegation of in Viet Nain including Frederick e. Noting g Harkins recently Appolit tha new is military command there oin Charles j. To tunes. Depuit military assistance Ory group

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