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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseCd Hopeman edition Fri almost in the Day wet in to write 271 sports in Brief pm. W if off army Navy air Force unofficial publication of in . Am a Forti to Europe North Africa and la it Del edit Mere s Johnny in Ltd with second remaining in thes in Bourl tune towed touchdown pass to tire the of Vorest. West a 31-30 come from be band vk4ary Over the East details in sports Section 5 it nth daily 10 Centt sunday tuesday january 16, 1962 says Eizenga olt crushed Congo a United nations an forces have brought the Stanleyville control the United nations announced 1 pro communist dutch warships sink 2 indonesian vessels Eizenga Ain his Hencir of Eizenga s Gen been disarmed and Fly the Central gov Jinder Gen Victor to Desmari said. Of about 25 Giren Ini to be Neutral an added. They rounded up in the ing Stanleyville. Ion of . Ethiopia Iala 8 men surround Riverside Leader Iso a dec Ion is reached to do with him. Lion planned government mean a reorganization of to oust Eizenga from under fir rest source nor is free Man at the to tent plans to bring Leopold Villa at a choosing not his own what will happen then after a two hour monday afternoon unclear Eizenga s status be he is in fact and disgraced. Long Beach docks the nuclear powered Cruiser Lone Beach dorks in Bremerhaven Ger Many for a five Day Goodwill visit. The ship had sailed from puerto Rico. Is photo by Kohide a Cruiser begins Bremerhaven stay b Geo go Baker staff writer Ter Haven Germany the . Navy s first red surface ship the Cruiser Long Beach Nfay to Start a will visit. Reds free youths 4 months gun Tab Berlin Bureau is two californians who were sen years in prison for a Young East out of East Berlin suddenly monday. And Gilbert Fer of to Eton calif., were uie communist sept. Taken by Pankey s Pokey a California from the prison to where they had a state department of nent was very food Ferrey told a press tche Lood Wai Good from american food mishandled Phuyai Way. Anything we got except a haircut the two were Neith the 18,000-ton vessel slipped quietly into the port Here shortly after 7 full hour ahead of schedule. A German Navy Honor guard ant band and the 61st army band welcomed the Long Beach to the port As crewmen stood at quarters aboard by. Only a hand Ful of spectators got to the Dock Early enough to see the huge ship Dock. Like a hotel it looks like a Hote coming at you through the dark one noted. The 721-Fott-Iong ship has super Structure towering seven stories above its main deck and because it is nuclear powered no smoke stacks. The Long Beach is the guest of the German Navy during its stay Here and will be on to the Public from 9 to .1 . And from i to 4 pm tuesday and thursday. . Ambassador to Germany cont. On Page s3, col. T bulletin Washington up the president made the Fol towing Points As he begun his press con Ference monday that the european common Market has reached a Tariff Cut ing agreement with the United states that is on the whole .-soviet preliminary talks on Berlin will continue hut that it is too Early to pre dict what the outcome will the United states is extremely anxious to help avoid the outbreak of hostilities be tween the Netherlands and indo Nesia Over new Guinea. said he was particularly glad hat acting , Secretary general u Thant Vns trying touring about u Fiu a fill solution. Arkansas family of 10 killed in Home Blaze Center Ridge Ark. Up the Conway county sheriff s office reported that a family to 10 perished monday in flames that destroyed their Home. The victims were identified As or. And mrs. Andrew Paladino and their eight children. Smallpox fear mounts in . London up a sixth suspected smallpox victim died a authorities stepped up health Security measures and britons lined up for vaccinations. The smallpox scare entered chiefly in Yorkshire where a mid dle aged Man died in Otley hos Pital sunday. If doctors confirm he died of smallpox he will be the sixth suspected victim of the disease. Which was brought to Britain last month from Pakistan where an epidemic is raging. Hospital visitors sought More than 25,000 persons wore vaccinated in Bradford Yorkshire. In London nearly 200 taxi Drivers who feared they might have come in Contact with smallpox carriers were Utley Hospital near Bradford emergency squads sought nil per sons who had been in the Hospital s. I n c i wednesday to vaccinate them. Otle is the sixth Hospital in the area to shut its doors to v Pant on Page 84, col. 1 new Guinea invasion try claimed from press dispatches Hollandia Lusyo indonesian torpedo boats were sunk during a Short engage ment off the South coast of West new Guinea d u t c naval Headquarters Here announced late monday. Capt r. A Elbers spokesman of the dutch Navy said it looks As if we frustrated an indonesian in Vasion attempt. Our radar carried both by ships and an aircraft picked up blips Washington cup were very apprehensive about the dutch new Guinea situation after reports of a naval elfish there Between dutch an indonesians there was anxiety As to whether Indonesia might now declare War an the dutch which seemed to indicate that Large number of indonesian ships were on their Way to the coast. We fired at what turned out to be a motor torpedo boat. Fire broke out on Board and it Sank. A second vessel of the same Type was sunk shortly afterwards. A third motor torpedo boat was seen fleeing with the rest of the sup posed invasion Fleet according to our information the largest of these ships could carry about 60 men and the total number of troops carried by this Fleet could presumably have staged an invasion no dutch warships were hit during the engagement which on our Side was fought both with War vessels and Neptune fighter bombers he said. In West new Guinea meanwhile a dutch official said that Small bands of indonesians have attempted to infiltrate West new Guinea and that some had been killed in skirmishes with dutch patrols. Weather partly Cloudy in Colne Cloud and Windy in Ida afternoon. Outlook mently Cloudy with rain Iha High 4$, Low 37 Hiudt Lbert no a .18, Law 37. Tamper Tum it corded monday Central Eura Etan Tomt Atheni Savuno Berhn Frankl t London 4 4f.m. In. To 57 40 Al 61 so Al 43 34 Al 39 39 Al 41 34 Elk m 4 4 . Am. Madrid to 48 39 Munich a 37 32 Pali in 36 34 porn Twink r 41 St Bora. At 4� 54 we Luv Els m Al Cloudy to partly lmi4y a rain. Air a mob a Sartre Long thrust troops Start flying in today Frankfurt is a . Air Force transport Armada begins bringing 4th inf div troops from the United states to Germany for exercise Long thrust ii tues Day. The air Force said the first of about 100 transports committed to the exercise was scheduled to arrive at nearby Rhine main air base shortly after u an. With about 80 troopers aboard. See Page 8j this first transport a c135 Jet was scheduled to leave Mcchord air Force base wash., at 1 . Central european time tuesday and make the 5,160-mile trip in slightly More than 10 hours. The military air transport serv ice Mats is flying three rein forced Battle groups of the 4th inf div to Germany in the first air lift of us. Army troops across the Atlantic on a training exercise. The Battle group Are stationed at it. Lewis air Force said it estimates about five Days will be required to move the 6,000 soldiers to Germany. Mats transports will be roaring into Rhine main until saturday. A tha troops land they la be fed by the 31th engr up and con Voyed to caverns in the Mannheim area. For some of the troops Riding in the c135 jets it wifi be a Polar flight nonstop without refuelling. For others it will be about 40 hours with As Many As three stops on the Way. For c121 transports the trip will be 7,220 Miles via air base at Bermuda Lajes Field at the azores and then into c124s and c133s the run cent on Page col. U

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