European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 20 1962, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 20, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseD a Anay Helleon with urgently Pplk for flood victim left photo. Flood Watera Chow la foreground and background. An of intr a Lic Opter the off after deliver food und beverages above. V.8. Copters plucked 10 people from roof tops. The helicopters were part of � a Craft Armada which a precut we info emergency Eryc a in the note of the flood to Aid victim., s8, Schoettler needed a woman walks Nway from & 13.s. Helicopter 1 with an armload of bread some beverage and other rations delivered by the copter. Is photo european edition army Navy air Force unofficial publication of in . Armed forc in e Neeka offo mining off Ria .ailnonnc4 d Mon Day. Four miners arc still Nils diff official whirred Over the City All Day Mon Day dropping badly needed food and Medicine and rescuing some people stranded on rooftops. An american. Military Contin gent of 24 copters from army and air Force units flew 385 missions in the last two Days with pilots logging More than eight hours Fly ing time in a single Day. It col Albert p. Lovelady of the 67th air Rescue so at ram Stoin controlling american opera Tion at Hamby iroc said that 266persons were transported in the 318 tons of Good including food Medicine clothing fuel and Sand bags were carried by the cop ters Lovelady sold. Although some victims were plucked from rooftops monday most of the flights carried Rescue workers and policemen to the Areus isolated by the floods. Thousands were still trapped on islets late monday but were to no immediate danger. The big problem was getting food warm clothing and typhoid vaccine to them. Some of the pilots who participated in rooftop rescues said it was an extremely risky Job since the Dow Dratt tended to blow the people off the slanted roofs. The american pilots plucked 10 per son from rooftops monday. At times throughout the Day the sky Over Hamburg s Interj a tonal Airport at Fuhl Buette was nearly Black with helicopters. As Many As 40 were taking off at one time. As quickly. As they were loaded a Thoy whirred aloft. The clacking of the huge chopper Blades drowned out the blast of cont on Page s4, in new notes to the Western allies. The soviet notes were in answer to identical ., British and French notes to the Kremlin last thursday. They warned that rus Sia wag running the gravest risks by sending Mic fighters to Shadow Western planes flying to and from Berlin. State department press officer Lincoln White snid the corridors were established for Access to Ber Lin and no Legal hocus pocus con change he added ". Planes will continue to Fly at altitudes which Best suit their own convenience in another connection . Officials also dismissed As propaganda mrs. Nina Khrushchev s broadcast Appeal to americans to Lay Down their arms and be for tends with the soviets in a broadcast beamed to North America by rtt Dio mos cow she proposed that the govern ments dump nil weapons in the Ocean. The Western allies monday sent aircraft to Berlin after the rus Sian warning that they faced unpleasant consequences if they ignored russian attempts to limit Western air traffic. The Western allies sent military transports to Berlin to stress the Western right of Dree Access disputed in the russian note. Com Mercial flights continued As usual. The russian note rejecting the Western protest of thursday was delivered to Western embassies in Moscow saturday night. It was released monday by the East Ger Man news service note warned the West to font m Page �4, ools note urges dest Truclio of a arms Paris up preside Tcharles de Gaulle has pit posed to the soviet Union a four Power conference Ori nuclear disarmament it was announced mondays de Gaulle stressed France s de sire to take part in negotiations which could offer the Hope of Prog Ress even if Only modest in the direction of disarmament that in to say first of All and essentially in the nuclear but he stressed that any such negotiations should be restricted tit the four nuclear Powers the soviet Union the United states Britain and France and Shoi udi take As its immediate objective the destruction Banning and control of All the Means of launching nuclear the French president s View was expressed in a formal note reply ring to the soviet note of feb. 10 outlining suggestions for Early Dis armament talks. The 600-word text released monday night by the for eign ministry said once again mister Premier i font on Page kit col. To stateside Static jo1vksborc Artap Rod thrasher parked the into Namle in an Uijun Eterei Aone or bus new District and Teft about am Honn whew. Tamed be said a Park a mete had been installed and Hla bore a parking ticket. U

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