The Holland Evening Sentinel, in Holland Michigan, 10July1962

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The Holland Evening Sentinel, in Holland Michigan, 10July1962 - SIXTY-SEVENTH YEAR--NO. 5 HOLLAND, MICHIGAN,...
SIXTY-SEVENTH YEAR--NO. 5 HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JULY 10,1962 SIXTEEN PAGES -- PRICE SEVEN U.S. SUCCESSFULLY ORBITS TELSTAR Arendshorst President of School Board » Headed Board in '58; Harvey Buter Elected Board Vice President Bernard Arendshorst was elected elected president of the Board of Education Education at its monthly meeting Monday night in E. E. Fell Junior Junior High School. Arendshorst, a member since 1955, previously served as president for a year back in 1958. He served as treasurer treasurer and head of the finance committee the past year. Harvey Buter was elected vice president. Harry Frissel secretary and Albert Schaafsma, new member member attending his first meeting, treasurer. In keeping with growing trends fOr boards the size of Holland, Holland, a -staff secretary hereafter will take the minutes which will be okayed by the board secretary before before copies are distributed among Woman Blinded by Sun Causes Minor Accident / Larry Burnett, 19, of 1557 Harding Harding St., suffered minor injuries today in a two-car accident at the intersection of 16th St. and Harrison Harrison Ave." , His car was struck in the side by a pickup truck driven by Mary J. Herring, 28, of Allegan, who told police she was blinded by the sun and didn't see the Burnett .auto. She was issued a ticket for failing to yield the right of way. Three Tests Slated for CD Wednesday The order of tests for Holland's CD alarm system at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday was announced today by City Manager Herb Holt. First, there will be a three- minute test of the alert siren, a sustained tone; second, a three- minute test of the "take cover" siren which is an alternating up- and-down tone: and third, a one- minute test of the manual button, which is a sustained tone. Holt said Police Chief Jacob Van Hoff will push the buttons at police headquarters. Alarms are located as follows: 1. Central Ave. and 30th St. 2. 23rd and Diekema Ave. 3. Myrtle Ave. and 27th St. 4. Eighth St. and Cypress Ave. The alarm on top Hotel Warm Friend will not be tested Wednesday Wednesday because the hotel is in the process of determining a new wiring system. Cost of the equipment was $10,752 $10,752 plus approximately $4.000 for installation. Since the hookup is by telephone lines, the telephone line rental for more than eight HORN ANTENNA TRACKS TELSTAR -- This is the horn antenna in Holmdel, N.J., at the Bell Telephone Laboratories which is tracking Telstar and receiving signals from the satellite. It was originally built for the now famous NASA Echo I experiment. The horn's transmission capabilities will not be used with the satellite. (UPI telephoto) * * * * * Telecast May Be Sent From Space NEW YORK (UPI) -- American Blast Affected Magnetic Field WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Scientists Scientists disclosed today that Monday's Monday's high-altitude hydrogen blast over Johnston Island dealt the earth's magnetic field a blow comparable comparable to the buffeting it receives occasionally from the sun. For the first time in the history of U. S. nuclear testing, distortions distortions of the field as a result of an explosion were reported by magnetic magnetic observatories of the Coast and Geodetic Survey in Continental Continental United States, Observatories at Fredricksburg, Va., and Tucson, Ariz., reported sharp changes in the strength and direction of the magnetic field split seconds after the explosion at 5 a.m. EOT. Grand Haven * Woman Dies In Accident GRAND HAVEN -- One person was killed and three others injured, one critically, in a two- car head-on collision at 9:30 p.m. Monday on M-50 near 96th Ave in Robinson Township. Mrs. Ronald Hagstrom, 26, of 1.149 Pennoyer Ave., driver of one of the cars, was dead on arrival at Municipal Hospital while Mrs. William Byl. 21. of 15913 Lake Ave., passenger in the Hagstrom car. is in serious condition in Hackley Hospital in Muskegon, Opens New Global Era Of Radio, 'Switchboard in Sky' May Relay Programs Throughout the World CAPE CANAVERAL UPIl-- The United States successfully rocketed the world's first interna- Jonal communications satellite, Telstar, into orbit today in an effort to open a new era of global ·adio and "live" television. The 170-pound moonlet began wide - swinging journey around earth within 10 minutes after aunching at 3:35 a.m., EST, aboard a three-stage Delta Circling earth every two hours and 38 minutes as a "switch joard in the sky," Telstar expected to bring a future in which radio and "live" television programs will be relayed around lie world by space stations. The $1 million satellite, owned by the American Telephone and Telegraph Co. and proposed by scientist who writes science stories, was launched by the ional Aeronautics and Space Administration at a fee of $2.7 million. It is considered one of the most significant advances in communications since the invention the telephone 86 years ago. At 6:35 a.m. the federal agency confirmed that "the star communications satellite it in orbit." In Washington, NASA said the orbit achieved by TeLstar appeared

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