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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 19, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseThe stars and stapes Scott Carpenter says Challenge for overshadows risks next astronaut ready to give Lite for space coie m. Cape canaveral Fla. A Malcolm Scott Carpenter selected suddenly As America next space Pilot has said often that the con quest of space i an adventure he s willing to give he life for. The risk he says Are far Over shadowed by the Challenge the Hance to be a Pioneer in manned exploration of he uni Vente. Carpenter 36, a Navy com Mander has been picked to ride the next project Mercury capsule into orbit. Hla selection by Mer Cury officials followed discover that the designated Pilot Donald k. Slayton has heart trouble. Carpenter s flight is intended to be very similar to John h. Glennjr s three Elmea Mannind the world orbit on feb. 20. It is scheduled for sometime in May. Carpenter was Glenn s backup Pilot an worked closely with him for months. Tills nation s next space Pilot has dreamed often of travelling into the unknown void of space. Riding the Centrifuge Carpen Ter says i imagine sometimes that i m not in the flight Simula Tor at All but in the very capsule itself. There can be no substitute though for the thrilling reality Oft a moment when the astronaut realize., he s finally in a Good orbit. It will be a moment when he can Start to appreciate some new and wonderful sensations. Voth four children us hand some Colorado born Carpenter has the largest family of the astronaut team. The children Are Mark Scott 8 Robyn Jay 8 or Lune Elaine 6 and Candace Noxon 5. A fifth child died in 1951 at the Ace of 6 months. Carpenter s attractive wife Rene shares i space role intimately. When they Are separated for Long periods by his rigorous training program they write Long letters. 12 missile contractors face profit pyramiding probe Washington the sen ate permanent investigations sub committee has called at least 12major missile contractors and sub contractors to testify about com plaints that the government is be ing bilked of millions of defens dollars. chairman John . D-ark., said Public hear Ings into reports of unnecessary profit pyramiding would begin april 3. He said they might run 10 Day or two sounds a pc sol cd of the was seemed to involve Contr cos written to permit prime contractors to earn profit on the earnings of alleged profiteering involved bookkeeping and Eon ran writing practices not criminal intent to defraud the government according to the sources or Clelvin said witnesses representing the army and air Force will Law asked to Ftp Lweln what appears to Bunnett Sunry and excessive costs of millions of dollars resulting from the pyramiding of profits on , Karl e. Mundt . Senior Republican on the subcommittee told up that some Pentagon fast draw toes the Mark Hanford. Calif. A Barry Howe 17, has to to fast of foot As Well As with his gun when he practices Quick draws. But at his latest practice session he slowed himself painfully. A said he did it this Way he stood on a Bridge Tossell wooden chips upstream then ran across the Bridge to draw and fire As the chips floated downstream under the Bridge. He was too Quick on the trigger he shot himself in the toe be fore he could get the pistol out of the Holster school reprimands Rockwell s assailant san Diego Calll a school officials have reprimanded the Stu Dent who slugged George Lincoln Rockwell head of the american nazi parly at a meeting at Sandiego state College. The disciplinary action against Edward Cherry 22, was recommended by the student body s judicial Board. It also recommended one year disciplinary probation for Warren p. Von Blum and Norman a. Frankland who admitted throw ing eggs at Rockwell. Procurement officers evidently lacked Zeal in trying to recover excess profits. And some Compa Nies he said dipped too deeply into the Public said representatives of these defense contractors would recalled Early in the investigation Aero Jet general corp. The Boe ing co. Consolidated Western steel division of us. Steel corp., Doug Las aircraft co., fac corp., Frue Hauf trailer co., general dynamics astronautics. Also International Telephone and Telegraph co. Lear inc., the Jokola chemical corp., Western electric corp More defense contractors will be called at a later stage in the investigation. Mcclellan said. Sgt York Kin starts duty with Mats Mcguire air Force base . A a3c Mary e. York said Here famous Grandfather offered her just one piece of advice when she joined the air be another York said sgt Alvin c. York. World War i York daughter of or. And mrs Woodrow York of Rock Wood. Tenn., arrived for 60 Days of training As a flight traffic Specia list the military air transport service Mats equivalent of a hostess on a commercial liner. At a news conference reporters tinted to know Why the grind tit Bukhler of the army s Best known world War 1 her joined the afr Force"1 fount the air Force had More 10 offt a Sitf said. I joined to serve my Tol electrocuted by t Detroit up Jeffrey Corii Sunn is Ownys showed the e x a Hermince of his two years when he saw the reflection of his grinning be on the shiny surface of the electric lousier. The boy dim Bod on a Kitchen chair to Jf-1 a belter look. As he nearest his to ensure he leaned for Ward to kiss the smiling image. An electric Jolt hurled him from the chair unit left him a crumpled Heap on the floor Brollier. Michael. 7, witnessed the Accident and quickly called his father Jeffrey was fati on arrival at Wayne county Hospital. Down to Earth Dow Glenn a son of astronaut John h. Glenn jr., help Judy Sherwood 17, Auffet from nuke believe apace skip Ina school variety show. David deemed in a civil afar patrol in Forai plays the part of an air fore officer who translate speech from outer space in the show my More than a Man in the Moon Pat in at Yorktown High in Arlington a. Judy plays s siamese it girl from outer space. United Prea International photo he tells in de to project Mer once sent her it they Ion. " with tha pros Job. Rene recall was t so adj Ter Wai. A test met she became whenever he o clock on the Dot but they often perils involved Little time worrying both it notlcolo., where Ca May 1, 1925. He began his1943 in the program at Colorado world War he yer sly of Colorado?5 received a degree engineering. After graduation Navy and became Ai tronic expert. Purl if conflict he was i submarine patrol vhf Lance and Aeria yellow and South in the Formosa the graduated from test Pilot school inthe hazardous testing 1 qualified him As a astronaut. Communications a specialist communications has helped to develop cations system for the capsule. Carpenter spends a free time As possible w family at their Home Atair Force base va., National aeronautics administration s manned flight Center. He enjoys skin diving and skiing grand Turk Island in the during Glenn s Fligh Carpenter rescued a skin distress. He is an up Carpenter feels that greatest blessings fan astronaut is that it from a two year tour an aircraft Carrier. His orders arrived hours ship was to carry him South Pacific on a 1 Dies 22 Hurt in bus car Collie san Bernardino Calif. Up one person was killed and 22 injured when a Continental Trail ways bus in route from new York to los Angeles collided with a car making a a turn on the Bartow freeway the California Highway patrol reported. Injuries ranged from minor to serious. Both the bus currying 19 per sons and the car containing fourteen age youths overturned in the grinding crash near an overpass. Killed in the collision wag the Driver of the cur John Fernandez,18, of Barstow. Calif which is about 75 Miles North of Here. Three of the bus passengers were reported seriously injured. They War crimes judge Dies Austin Tex. A judge Mai Lory Blair who served As a judge in the Nuernberg War crime trials died Here. By nor 74, spent 31 Pearson the Bench. As per letter sooner the better Oklahoma City it s 9 bit unusual but the Oklahoma department of agriculture intends to fulfil the request of an Atlanta. Ga., schoolgirl. Cherry Hall of Atlanta wrote to the deportment and asked for help As chairman of the Oklahoma committee of her class Here s what she asked for one piece of native Wood six inches Square and two inches thick Ono half Pound of sooner soil one pint of water from a famous Lake or River one Rock two inches across from a famous Hilt or Mountain a miniature okla homa state Flag one inexpensive item manufactured in Oklahoma one Road map pictures of okla homa scenes a copy of an okla homa daily newspaper. Leaflets describing famous historical spots and one Sample of Oklahoma s most important Mineral Larry Robinson who handles Public relations for the department said it will take some time but Cherry will get what she requested. Were listed As Nadine Hampton 58, Borger Tex who suffered a fractured Collar Bone and Letha minor 65, Muskogee okta., an Virginia Crawford 30, Henryetta okla., both of whom received head and Back injuries. All other injuries were describe Das not serious the bus Driver Claude Radford Turtu la 45, Downey Calif was the Only one not reported Hurt among the bus passengers were four servicemen who were hospitalized Ai nearby Norton air Forue base. They were listed As Tina do Cruz 21. Of san Fernando Calif., based with the 2146th communal armistice halts bread Price War Superior via. Up a Ivy Pound loaf of bread is now Selling for the Normal Price of 23 cents Here following an armistice in the bread War bread prices tumbled to 124 cents for a Large loaf lost week during the Peak of the Price out Ting. One supermarket manager threatened to drop to 5 cents a loaf if the War did t halt. The War began when a super Market marked Down the Price of it Large loaf from 33 to 21 cents As a special feature during a grand opening. Cations air Force up in Cisco John c. Hunt 2l� Mich from the 4038th air come Wing at Dow base Maine and two it. Ord. Calif., Sam Neal Otis Judkins a candidate Power of v Summerton. . Davis or. Fin la Heel a Tou Palgon for a seat on Theton City Council and with his wife to the Pott their ballots. When they arrived Timpf they had misplace certificates and were to vote. The ballots were count Davis lost the election vote. Police kept in burglar victim great fake Mon a woman called the asked that an off Cei l right away because tried to get in her Buck j hour did t Yoke a my to the till rat been in the replied

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