European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Apr 1 1962, Page 3

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 1, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stuns will bring us. To to gome Europe hew Televik dlr Ecoy Amer and to Leitera 1 jul Flat programs Crow Oon statute a eventual Hook up Between the two continent. The planned program Exchange will a effected via this. Communications satellite telstar scheduled to be launched in May Orion. According to the tentative plan now being drawn up the american programs will be picked up by a British receiving station at in Cornwall. Bbl to will then pipe the pro Grami into the euro Islon net work in which television system of the major Western european countries participate. Technically euro Lalon could easily be hooked up with interval Sion the system of television serv ices in the soviet Union and East Ern and inter vision have been tied up before. The first programs to be exchanged will have a length of 10 to 20 minutes. Their duration willbe limited by the movements of the telstar satellite. Telstar 1 expected to Orbital time of about two hours and 40 minutes and Only for about 30 minutes Dur ing each orbit will the satellite be j in such a position Over the Atlan tic that it can relay television Sig nals broadcast from one continent to the other. No decisions have yet been mad about the Content of the first programs to be relayed across the Atlantic. The very first Exchange will probably be limited to an Exchange of greetings spoken by prominent people on the two continents. Later programs May be of a documentary or straight news character. It is conceivable for instance that they might include. Such events a the opening of the next annual . General Assem Bly in new York. There has been considerable speculation that transoceanic Tele vision relaying via artificial Satel Lites might make it possible to broadcast the 1964 olympic game from Tokyo around the entire world. But technical expert Are cautious when talking about this subject. They refuse to make any predictions and transoceanic Tele vision while theoretically feasible must first be tested. M of in Tran Letje Allen America s Junior mis a school Boa at Providence e.i., to return to her am in nearby Portsmouth the 17-year-old from Mobile Ala where the won the Lution a ocl to pro Ritorto nary traffic deaths 7% Over 1961 Cap traffic ac-2,440 lives in the in february a 7 per of or february of 1961. Safety Council re was ill fourth con i to flow an increase Ihram the same month for to two months this died in traffic Secretary m created a the state has announced Creapo to recognizing Theof the Allan position is Deputy As of state for at t to the of was j. Rob a career Diplomat a special assistant to George w. Ball. Accidents a 3 per cent gain from the figure in the 1961 period. The leading cities in each population group at the end of february ranked according a the few est deaths or 10,000 registered vehicles were Over 1 million population Chi Cago l8, lob Angeles 3.2, detroit3,2. Philadelphia 3.3. New York s3. 750.0001 million Cleveland 1.5, Washington 2.2, Baltimore 3.0.500,000-790,000 Pittsburgh 0.8, Buffalo 0.9, Dallas l4.350,000-500,000 Louisville 1.0, Minneapolis 1.1, fort Worth 1.3. 200,000-350,000 Nashville none Wichita 0.4, Syracuse 0.7. 100,000-200,000 Spokane Wash. Austin tex., Rockford 111., no deaths. 50,000-100.000 Saginaw. Mich. Columbia . Las vegas nev., no deaths. 35,0000,000onurlo, Calif. Red Wood City. Calif., Yak i a Wah. No deaths. 10,000-25.000yuma, Ariz. Lodl,Calif., Napa Calif., no deaths. Bed of Gold leaves Ghana bigwig cold London John i Lewis president emeritus of the United mine workers of America Las been elected chairman o the National Coal policy conference inc. It is an organization composed of management and labor in Coal and Allied Fields. Power As Secretary to remove Fine. " " a first Bart ool be Wetor so pm Wilh

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