European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1962, Page 7

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 19, 1962, Darmstadt, Hesse1962 the stars and stripes Laden Dyna soar May meet Russ rocket manned of deliver let rep Ting sat May prove to Russia s global department sex at that the air advanced in the to space ship the could be a Proto combat be paned recognized the military potential of the space Craft three months ago when he authorized the air Force to proceed with the development of a King size Dyna soar Booster rocket the Titan ii. Titan ii was just fired from Cape canaveral i its Maiden flight launched by Titan Iii the Dyna soar will take off with the Speed of an antimissile missile and will have a payload weight between12 and 15 tons. This includes five tons for the Pilot and his equip ment or weapons this project is the first sub Stantial demonstration of the pos sible combat role of Man in Pentagon expert said. He added that the Titan ii Booster will have six or seven times the Power of the rocket that put it col John h. Glenn or. In orbit the winged Dyna soar is scheduled to go into orbit in 1965, after experimental flights in 1364. As de signed. It will be Able to come out of orbit and land under the Pilot s control at any Standard Jet airbase. The Booster is to be created by adding two huge solid fuelled Rock ets each 10 by 50 feet and pack ing a million pounds of thrust tothe Titan ii intercontinental Bat Listic solid rockets mounted on either will carry the ice through the atmosphere and enable it to expend most of its thrust in space. Its payload for � Low orbit May be substantially More than 15 tons. Though it lacked authorization for a fun space project until Las december originally the project was limited to suborbital flights that would skip along the top of the atmosphere the air Force a been working toward development of the Dyna soar since Early 196ft. The experts said problems of re entry Hare already been solved Ina 35-foot-Long Model. A a Kickoff president Kennedy receives the first easter seals at his White House office i Washington Doyle 10, of Manhattan Beach Calif this year s in Center is mrs. Morton b. Phillips chairman i drive. Tommy walking with catches brought along a for Tow president to autograph. A photo picked Parade All up sixteen Over the nation a i selected to March in the Parade in May pre-500-mile Indiana polu race. U was announced bands were Ben Davis school of Indianapolis i University Selma High la by Caledonia Kilty band m were Calhoun ga.,l Campus High of Kan Dell rapids s.d., it High of Jackson Franklin. Ohio. High r March ing majorette corps Ohio Halstead kan., bar Rossburg ky., High i High of Lagrange Ohio High of Battle Creek. Ridge Park ky., Willow run Mich. High. , former ulna Star Gene Autry has innocent of drunkenly a jury in Van Guys court co owner of the los an of is baseball club wag dec. 6 in suburban studio motorcycle policeman. Testified Autry had a hts Home but appeared when he left shortly be arrest. Elliott Roosevelt have boy Mother child pretty fair Minneapolis air pollution control commissioner Arthur j. Bin line said a noticeable de crease in one form of air contamination nitrogen dioxide has occurred in the City since a March 1 strike halted 2,500 reported his department found that in the areas normally travelled by the struck bus line nitrogen dioxide at times Tot Aledas much As 25 parts per 100 million parts of air when the buses were running. Ratio drops but he said since the strike the ratio has dropped to 6 parts per100 million. This is the Normal average throughout the City he commissioner called the "25 parts per of nitrogen dioxide Well within tolerable Bon line said that the Diese motors of buses do not Emit deadly Carbon monoxide which comes from Gaso line driven worst nuisance from buses is he said. 2 Brothers killed in . Car crash Charleston . R picks up 9 from ditched bomber Orleans

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