European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Feb 22 1962, Page 24

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 22, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes by ote associated Prem. Brit was the stuff of which kid4 daydreams Are nude straight oui of the comic strips and the kid at it up. " All Over the country youngsters traded their Coonskin Caps Lor space helmets. And dreams of be co Manx the fastest gun in the West gave Vray to fantasies of hurtling ". A the memory of Amer Loi s step into outer apace would last a lifetime. Born on the Fate fill Day they were named after Lincol John h. Glenn or. I most children in this modern age were Able to watch the flight on television. Six year old Fred Auletta watched it in his Hamden conn., Home while peering through porthole from inside a Large card Board Model of Glenn s space Cap sule. ". One High school in Birmingham Ala reported widespread Tardi Ness and absence among its Stu dents Many of whom had undoubtedly stayed Home to watch the flight. For the most part How ver i the school did t fight it. They had a to set on right in the limps Heads for on by the a lated press another major snowstorm the j new Vork and Pennsylvania. Second in four Days has belted " " " " it followed the same path As the the Winter plagued and headed for the northeastern tates. \ the storm dumped heavy snowing a wide band stretching the Eastern Rockies into Western Katan Gese j said Peiling . Garrison weekend storm which plastered eight states with up to two fee of Snow and sheets of ice. Hundreds of schools closed i Iowa which received nine inches of new Snow with two or three More expected. Roads were close Dor limited to one Way traffic in Many places. Two deaths in Iowa were attributed to the new storm schools close Spencer Iowa had 9 inches of new Snow raising the ground cover there to 29 inches. Schools also were closed i Eastern s of president Mozep Southern Minnesota North Tshombe a Katanga army Wedenig Simno South can were reported to Lve and. Vance with 12 Miles of a Bert Ville and the . Garrison ther n Indiana Southern lower Ohio and Pennsyl. Northern Orkwas standing by at Battle stations. The Katanga gendarmes hav Ykes Fang Mclaring along the thrust toward the North Katanga West coast after the third heavy capital from Mongolo which they rainstorm in 12 Days hit the los captured from mutinous congolese Angeles area. Troop s saturday. Albertville is occupied by units of the Leopold lie Central govern tent. But it is reported they have received no pay for six weeks and mrs. Roberta o Keefe 50, the former wife of radio performer Walter o Keefe was swept to he death in a Beverly Hills Street when a torrent of Rainwater Knock Are on the verge of revolted her off her feel and under her the advancing Katan Gese Are be parked car Leved to be about 100 Strong. A below Zero weather stung North cording to radio messages received Ern Minnesota North Dakota anther they Are poised ready to Movsh Montana. The freezing line sex into Albertville but Are awaiting tended across most All of the mid son indication of the . Recac West Tion to such an attack. 10 inches in Iowa the . Garrison is made up of Indian and Malayan troops but their number has not been Dis dosed. As the threat of fresh violence mounted in North Katanga , Legal expert constantly Stavropol los told newsmen he expected Tshombe and Central government Premier Cyrille Adoulia to meet again within the next few Days to discuss the problem of the Congo s breakaway province. A covering of 10 inches o. More was forecast for some areas in Iowa and South Dakota. Falls of4 to 8 inches were indicated in most other sections. In Many purls of the Midwest cleanup operations still were in Progress but work was slowed As the fresh storm swept eastward. In Nebraska Many sch ols called off classes As the Drifting Snow blocked roads in Eastern and Cen trial sections. New Italy leftist regime retains pro West chiefs Rome a Premier Amin Tore Fanfant wednesday night announced Italy s most leftist gov astronaut John h. Glenn or. Suff Only one minor injury and that happened after he had to slightly skinned the Knuckles of his right hand when blow the escape Hatch on the Side of the Mercury capsule it was lifted aboard the Navy destroyer skinned spots were covered with two Small pieces of adhesive Bandage

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