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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 11, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stripes 1c total Hie unite efforts to it transport if. Superiority in aviation said director off exp noetic transports Niles have shown to build a 2,000 mile Jet plane would be More to test As present�3et. It could travel to los Angeles in new York 214 tremendous a in building the plane appears to be Toannon be solved by effective research Effort under Way and he said in for the 1962 Roget of automotive in jeopardy position of world Lead a i Tio is universally Hochtel said but jeopardized i states is not the first a supersonic transport the government in Money for Basic tout indicated aircraft conv assumed most of the operational problem near the Airport and Landing or from tit Tutt conditions causing one Way to solve it would be to bold the below the Speed of i a Nett it climbs above 40.000 20 times of powerful As largest in use Vas. Gives details on Washington up the Agency reported that the rocket which will hurl the first american g toward the Moon will be a 27-Story monster generating7.5 million pounds of thrust at liftoff. Known for the time being As the advanced Saturn it will have five times As much Booster Power As the Early Saturn with its 15 Mil lion pounds of thrust it also Wilt be 20 times As Power Ful As the Atlas the largest Racket now used for us. Space flights and seven to 10 times a powerful As known russian announcing details of the advanced Saturn the National aeronautics and space administration Nasa in effect confirmed elimination of three intermediate ver Sions of the Saturn missile so forbearing Only the drawing Board drives in sea 6, drowns i Christi Tex up drowned when her drove across naval air station Gulf of Mexico. Sage drove onto the bashing at the main Gate Antosi the installation 0eaplane map into Flage said she became con did not realize the car for the water until of accidental drowning in the girl s death. Rep. Starnes Fin Washington 3n up former stares Daia died after collapsing during a " at the interstate com Sturnes was suite vibe Ala. Bora in gunmen in Congress from Gamb. He was Defeated for in 19u and returned to practice jaw. La the army Dur for envoy son reports on India life Washington Cap Lif in far off India has its attractions even for an 11-year-old boy who worried about leaving his Homeland friends in Cambridge mass. For Peter Galbraith whose father is the . Ambassador to India the compensations have included a pet Leopard now Back at the zoo after a scratching incident two peacocks. A horse and a Colt. Elephants. Young Peter son of John Ken Neth Galbraith. Got a letter fro president Kennedy last Spring advising him not to worry about moving from Cambridge to new Delhi. Similar experience the president recalled that h had a similar experience when Hifa ther became ambassador to eng land and the family went off London. He added that Peter probably would become an experienced horseman a India and would finite animal world there fascinating Washington Post reporter Bernard d. Nossiter wrote Young Peter asking How he found life in new Delhi. Peter s reply does t indicate How he likes living in India by tells of a variety of adventure with the animal kingdom the animals Here Are differ from the ones in America Peter wrote Nossiter. Among the strange pets i have had was a Leopard named Janu. Scratched brother we got her when daddy presented two Canada geese to the Delhi zoo. To take care of n baby Leopard you must rub her while you feed her. Give her lots of Vita mins three times As much As you would give a growing child. Jam no scratched my brother something fierce so we returned her to the zoo. The Birds Are different too i be had two peacocks for pets. A Peacock does t always have Beautiful Tail Only the male does. There Are elephants outside of Delhi. You can go horseback Riding in Delhi itself. Sincerely yours Peter Galbraith i got some help the Psia. Names film figure Washington up Holly Wood producer George a. Stevensjr., 29, was appointed director of the tvs. Information Agency s motion picture service. He will re place Turner b. Shelton. Who was transferred to the state depart ment. First Fob Len Tea Argentine born film actress Linda Cryatal anther husband Vale Wexler. Real Nataie Developer Are All smiles As they leave Cedars of Lebanon Hospital i Hollywood with their first baby Gregory Simon. Associated press photo California reservists wire gripes to congressmen it. Devens mass. Up Al most 300 California reservists Tele graphed their senators and con Gressmen demanding to know Why they should be retained in service if draft quotas Are being Cut. The 284 members of the 325thus. Army Security Agency in have been at it Devens since 1 killed 1 Hurt in train crash a one a Iii. Upa fast Reight train crashed into the rear of a Way freight standing at Arrain elevator Here killing a con Ductor and injuring a brakeman. Three diesel units on the 29-Carast freight overturned. Four cars on the Way freight were was Merle f. Flynn Clin on Iowa. Joseph Knapp Sterling,1l, was injured. Both were in the caboose of the Way freight Whent was hit by train no. 121 Bock Ark. A Bigi ailing Imp far is going to pan of that was offered. A. Squires director Orbock zoo mid he can t Bead South not even in the son Lor big Arlie _ ill �._�. Gator Isa Vitamin de fld la fungus infection around Squire mid the Gator had t been getting enough Sunshine and has been treated with sunlamps and cod liver of. Big Arkie s invitation to Florida was offered by big Newton Oride of the Seminole Indiana who wrestles alligators. Mrs Tira Mae Osceola in Bat Fleure a Ifor. The Seminole reservation at d an i a Fla handled the paper work the invitation promised that big Arkle could enjoy Chicken every Day Florida Sunshine companionship with other alligators and plenty of swimming room for exercise. All hell have to do is loll on the Beach like the tourists said mrs. Osceola. But Squires said no. Big arkies too valuable to be allowed to mingle with the zoo s u other alligators much less with a Bunch of strangers he said. Being ordered to service during the Berlin crisis last fail. In telegrams to Sens. Thoma Kuchel r-calif., and Clair Engle. D-calif., and rep. Chet Ilo Ifield the enlisted men said draft quotas have again been slashed. Why Haven t the reservists been released we would appreciate an immediate evaluation of the present need for reservists now on Active duty. The under signed Are extremely interested Inan expeditious return to civilian Only enlisted men signed the Telegram candidate files for Bridges seat Peterborough , a rep. Perkins Bass has announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination to the us. Senate he will seek the last four years of the term of the late sen. Styles Bridges. The 48-year-old Peterborough at Torney serving his fourth term in Congress became the first to officially announce for the seat. Bass was expected to have plenty of company in the septem Ber gop primary including Bridges widow mrs. Doloris Bridges sen. Maurice j. Murphyjr., serving an interim appoint Menthi Bridges seat and per map the state s other Congress Man. Rep. Chester a Merrow. Designations of the Early. Saturn the boosters age of which was successfully tested at Cape canaveral la. Last Fah is cd the. Advanced Saturn discs. Nasa had hoped to come up by now with a special name for the advanced Saturn to avoid con fusion with a rocket to which it. Bears no resemblance. For a while the Agency appeared to have settled on cronus the greek deity corresponding to the roman sat urn. But the latest announcement referred to the Moon rocket merely As the advanced Saturn. Its first flight test from the Cape is expected in 2965. As soon thereafter As possible it will be used to propel three astronauts into an orbit around the Moon. It also will be used to land a three Man spacecraft on the Moon if space rendezvous techniques prove feasible. The advanced Saturn who be Able to put 100 to 210 tons into orbit around the Earth or propel 40 to 45 tons on so called escape missions to the Moon and planets. The rocket will stand about 27ofeet High and measure 33 feet in diameter. Three stage a Fol be used for escape missions two for Earth orbit flights. The Booster stage wih be pow ered by five kerosene and liquid oxygen engines each developing1.5 million pounds of thrust the second stage will consist office liquid Hydrogen liquid oxygen engines with a total Power of 1million pounds of thrust. The third stage will have a single Hydrogen oxygen engine with 200,600 pounds of thrust. The three stage rocket will be Able to put a spacecraft into orbit around the Moon with enough Power aboard to get Back to Earth. Lunar landings with. The advanced Saturn however would necessitate use of the Orbital rendezvous method. On rocket would put an Apollo spacecraft in orbit around the Earth. Another would Send up a propulsion unit to Hook on to the spacecraft. The spacecraft then would Takeoff from orbit for the Moon carry ing an engine to lift it into space for the return trip. Building costs set new High. New York Cap the Cost of construction in the United states Rose to a new High this month engineering news record re ported. The publication said deferred wage increases under Long term. Labor contracts and increases increment and lumber prices sent its. Index to a record 857.44 this month. The Index represents the Cost of Jasic materials and common labor n 20 cities. The latest figure was1.8 per cent above last january and 5.6 per cent higher than january1960. \ something s fishy n hot dog business Ott a w a up scientists have disclosed that the american institution the hot dog May soon be made oat of fish Carp Catfish Perch Sheepshead or Whitefish alone or in pm nations a team of scientists from the fisheries research Board station at Condon. Out., told a fisheries meet ing these fish were the Moat suit Able ones for preparing trick they said a binding substance which enhances to Pesavor of the fish rather no to mask it

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