European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Mar 30 1962, Page 6

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 30, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseMet Thi stars and Simm Nasa asks Industry to submit ,. Nova Moon rocket proposals Washington up the space Agency has asked Industry s help in getting the giant Nova Moon rocket ready for test launch Ings in 1966-67. The National aeronautics an space administration Nasa nuked is firms capable of manufacturing hardware for the 5,000, Lon Nova to submit proposals by april 26 for a detailed design and specifications contract to be completed in six months. In May the Agency will pick two of the companies to work together on the contract and with space officials to develop a final unified Nova plan As now conceived the Nova towering More than 300 feel on its launch pad will be Able to hurl an Apollo spacecraft currying three men directly from Earth to a gentle Landing on the s first stage will generate cargoes first on fast plane Washington up the nation s first supersonic Airliner mayfly Only cargo for a Long trial period before if is allowed to carry passengers. Federal aviation administrator Najeeb e. Hat Aby said he is considering a precedent Selling car go before passengers order for the 2,000-mile-per-hour transport scheduled to Fly by 1970. It would be 1h# first such test period for any commercial Airliner in . Aviation history. Halaby said the cargo flights might be necessary to prove out completely the plane s Nodl Cully new engines and Airframe. Or gtd for years cargo flights have been urged by some aviation for years a a Means of discovering any weak Nesses Tiit i Juht not show up Dur ing the regular tests Oti a new Airliner. But the Federal aviation j Agency has rejected this idea in the past j Faa officials pointed out that so called thugs in aircraft Muy j not show up for several years after a plane is introduced. Bugs Don t of Crul on a sched one official said. They a develop in a few months or Llic might stay hidden for years. Even the ixt3 turned up with some Usu us i Ted Liidia Whir aft a about 20 oily one current an lieu i went through u Cark Only i period tin French i built eed of sound. Lie also predicted thai the soviet Union Midlil beat everyone to a supersonic air liner. 12 million pounds of thrust More than 33 times that of the Atlas that shoved John h. Glenn or. Int orbit feb. 20. The non direct ascent plan for lunar flights i being devel oped parallel to a space Rendez Vous met Hal using a smaller rocket the advanced Saturn with group oks $100 shares in space network Washington up the sen ate space committee approved a sharply Modl had version of in administration Bill aimed at giving the untied slides a first in com Mercial spare communications individual american r who can raise it least $100 would be Eli Gible to invest in the profit making venture. The principal provisions were these fifty per cent of the Slock in a . Satellite1 corporation to be set up by Congress would be allocated to the International communications carriers such As the american Telephone and Tele graph co. The remaining 50 per Cen could be sold Only to the Public except thai up to one fifth could be purchased by foreign govern ments. The Price of Slock shares in the satellite corporation could note higher than 5100, incorporator designated by the president would be instructed to insure the widest possible distribution to the Public. Job Indianapolis logy said that with foreseeable Imp Ron search might for Man thai ble Protection without to us Side effects. Many drugs being \ to protect mice and Oti tory animals Tje Caum Down the animals us Gen which increases living tissue to Charity kick these University of Wisconsin owed make up the kick line for humor ology 68," Ciu Piu production staged annually for Madison charities. From left Are Lolita Benene Milwaukee Susie be bopper Delevan Carol Coppersmith St Louis to. Betty Brueh Tol la Grange Donna Fine try Noorai Gume a Joan Oreon Wald Ohaco Nancy Nathan Beverly Hill Calif. Betty St Milwaukee Jan Dan Grove he awol Jared pies judge turns on free a Tallahassee pea. State supremo court Stephen o Connell ordered i Lac he won in an elks to be sold for Charity. O Connell s action form juror Over whether the was illegal. The Justice wait far an official endured the Prospect Long enough h o Connell also wort car As a prize for raffle tickets but hot to Derd in elks another drawing and vehicle to som ton

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