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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - February 10, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and Stu Situ nets Fortune new York the us. Space Agency plans to launch at least six experimental communication satellites this year. But an official said it will be t Long Long time before we have found out All we need to know to establish a practical worldwide communication system based on five of the 1962 satellites will be Active Repeaterslf-4hey will receive signals from groups of stations amplify them and rebroadcast them. The sixth will be a tit Ger and More durable Echo Tadio a so called passive satellite which merely reflects Sig nals from ground stations communication experts believe Active repeaters will be More use fill Lor commercial purposes be cause a system based on them will require less powerful sensitive and costly ground equipment the National aeronautics and space administration Nasa plan., to launch a telstar satellite produced by the american Tele graph and Telephone co. At its own expense sometime in the Spring. I a Nasa also will launch two Active repeaters of its own. The Nasa satellite is called relay and is manufactured for the Agency by the radio corp. Of America. Two relay launching Are scheduled for late summer. The relay satellite weighs about 125 Pound Sand will a put into an orbit 900 to 3,000 Miles up. Late in the year Nasa plans to put up a a pox ind syncom Satel Lite. Syncom Wil be hurled into an orbit 2200 Miles High. Later in the decade the army plans to put a satellite into an equatorial orbit at the same Alti tude As syncom. In an equatorial orbit at that Altitude a sat Euite would Circle the Earth at the Sanie Speed As the planet s vhf tto thus it would appear to i Oliree fired Bethe Equator follow launched feet in diameter Story Pound a Echo h the super launched in late Bunner new command for . In Viet Nam Washington Cap the United states has created a new command headed by a four Star general to conduct the greatly expanded us. Effort to help non beat off the communist defense department spokes Man said the move stresses that we intend to win the struggle. The new command will direct the activities of us. Helicopter aircraft and other units which have been flowing into South Viet Nani Over the past few Mon Pentagon spokesman stressed. We Are not in he said us efforts Are limited to supporting and strengthening the pro Western South vietnamese with additional equipment training and Kennedy thursday nominated Gen Paul d. Harkins now Deputy army commander in the Pacific to head the new com Mand Harkins was formerly cd of Al lied land forces in Southeastern Europe at Izmir Turkey the nomination carrying a pro motion from lieutenant general to full Gene Al was sent to the Senate. The new command will provide to negative votes Deborah Cardonick 18, of mount airy pa., Atoka queenly after being elected him Philadelphia press photo Grapher of 1m2. Up1 photo a framework Tor direction of . Combat forces if r decision ultimately is made to use them in South Viet Nam. It also follows two recent visits by Secretary of defense Robert s Mcnamara to Hawaii for special consultations with us. Mill and civilian officials in the theater on the South vietnamese problem. The new organization called the United states military assist Ance come Vietnam. Will be superimposed Over the existing military advisory group headed by it Gen Lionel Mcgarr. Itar Cilc stranded Jet will return to Holland Anchorage Alaska a a Royal dutch airlines Kim official announced plans to Send a stranded pcs Jet Airliner Backoo Amsterdam and take the sengers including dutch soldiers on to West new Guinea via Tokyo in other planes. Bill Wardenier. Kim manager Here said dc7s Are being sent from the Netherlands to pick up the 82 passengers who have been held Here since tuesday night after the pcs was refused per Mission to land at technical reason Given by the japanese was that Only pro peller driven dc7s were specified in a dutch japanese air agreement covering regular Kim service through Tokyo in Tokyo japanese government officials said they have no Legal grounds for denying Landing rights to the dc7 and it win be permitted to refuel at Haneda Airport. The . Govern me n t has adopted a hands off attitude toward the plane up1 reported. State department press officer Lincoln White said in washing ton thai the Airliner was not delayed in Anchorage by any . Action and the nether lands government has made no White said no political permission was needed or the Anchorage Stop since it was a regularly scheduled commercial trip Lou Paris j Ranf court avwno1 Ottil a i Madrid $18 the Etusil him 55 mop from Ait Vita Thor a Outlook for 1 . Today Cloudy and mint spreading slowly southward through the Benelux Northern Germany into Northern of note and Central with occasional Light rain Over Italy. Partly Cloudy with to North of cold front. � us. Temperatures by United press International flu Bolan a Cittato Cumo Cine Nettl com Luif him Law is .42 a 41 $4 35 17 23 12a la 38 2 30 73 milk pm 2 Forto is ii it Worth is 47 my a Meta is o Kansu pm 17 27 Alkul Nellc 34 31 .01 Anst Tei 57 s3 Bek n in hlll4.e wet Tilma a m -13 a mum to � my Kavuli 44 12 no Orlund 7i s3 nov re 40 it data. Crts m hot Tipo in Mich. Pit Tibuni x my . To Catnott to. Coldest a 34 17 to Bonn snubs Russ r to release accused Bonn a the West German government Friday submitted note to Moscow refusing the soviet demand for the release of a rus Sian tried in West Germany As a spy. The note was presented in the foreign ministry to the no. 2 Man Singer seeks citizenship new York up Singer Dick Haymes has applied to become a naturalized american citizen his attorney said. The 45-year-old Argentine born Singer filed the application with the immigration and naturalization service. New York Harbor welcomes new French luxury liner new York a la Belle France has introduced one of her prettiest Mademoiselle to manhat Tan. The Lovely lady is the world s newest longest luxury Ocean liner. The ship the France tied up at pier 88 after its Maiden voyage amid a tumultuous new York har Bor Welcome. Aboard were 1370 passengers from Europe. The France is the first French liner to arrive Here on a Maiden trip since the smaller Flandre came in ignominiously in 1952. The Flandre broke Down in the Harbor and had to be towed. By contrast the $80 million France weathered a vicious North Atlantic storm and Slid in with flying colors while helicopters dipped in Welcome Small Craft whistled salutes and thousands of spectators cheered. She made no attempt to better the us held Atlantic crossing Speed record. At the soviet Simost Schenko it a the formal i note brought there in tuesday by soviet Andrei Smirnov Smirnov had demanded mediate release of Patent in Tosev on the ground member o the soviet Trade i at Cologne he enjoyed immunity and c Ulo not Bra. I before a West German in its note West .

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