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SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI, MONDAY MORNING,. NOVEMBER 4, 1957 TEN PAGES ETT3 X I : 7 r i5$0 Mil, over-shoot in 'ace-time r 400 for Doq AyOdirc Sqvi,w Lis ! akes Kide Uuie'ov, lixl K r m a S I y , Re d s S a y .... $4 fowdi i 1 1 .-iiP1 . i 4.S.$.. f. 1 1056 M,'i This is an artist's conception af Sputnik with its new companion in globe-circling spare. Sputnik II, -which whirls in a higher orbit. Sputnik I makes it around the' earth once in 96.2 minutes while Sputnik II takes 101.7 minutes. Drawing by AP Staff-Artist John A. 1 Carlton. 1 Attempt May Be Coming Soon:. f rV- 4 t Vestern Bases How Outdated, 'Khrush' Says Soviet Party Chief Doesn't See Danger Of War Imminent Br Ike AiMeUtHi Frng LONDON, Nov.- 3 Mos cow radio broadcast a warning by Ntyita Khrushchev today that Western military bases ringing the Soviet Union had been outdated by Russia's intercontinental missiles. But he said he did not think there -was imminent danger of war. The broadcast said the Soviet u.mmun.si pany ooss the tauBchlnf pf a tpM MU.ne passengered by a the warning in a recent exchange J ' . . " .K . . withJetcr Dempsoo of the ,na"' 'am' """ ""- . :nn rlii.-f " w I w " " 'Kudryavka' Faces Long, Lonesome Journey: 'Moon Along Whips WOO Miles in Space Staccato Beeps Picked Up; Russians Hint That Animal To Be Parachuted to Earth By ROY ESSOYAN uclif4 Pntu null Wrttr MOSCOW, Monday, Nov. 4 Sputnik II, the Soviet Union's new half-ton earth satellite, and its little dog passenger circled the globe for the 12th t'me early, to day and whirled on in an orbit reaching more than 1,000 miles out in space. - Reports radioed back indicated the female- dog named Curly the world's first space traveler was i taking the trip quietly and normally. ' "Preliminary data shows that the, see the satellite "for periods rang- animal behaved calmly during theling from 7 to 12 minutes." Sputnik to 6 AukIiW Prcw WlrrpkoM Tais is Malyshka. meaning Tiny in English, one of the dogs the Rus sians say has made repealed nights in rocteis is nrignis m iw : f,rgt hours of flight, the Ainscow f hns been viewed from mifrs and has descended safely by parachute. Russia announced j radio said, "and its general con- minutes. dition was satisfactory. rne auheuce ot aesenpuve ae- A top Soviet scientist hinted the ai's on new satellite raised Toronto Telegram. Dempson, chief of the Telegram's Ottawa Bureau, made the contact through the So viet Embassy In Ottawa. "Khrushchev noted tliut military bases on the territories of other countries no longer had the signi ficance that some overboastful generals and other aggresive-minded politicians had ascribed to them," the broadcast said. Scientist Thinks Red Pupnik To Stay Aloft Several Months . WASHINGTON. Nov. S cease orbiling a month or so dog eventually would be para-: pe-"ianon nere uiai u may chuted back to earth alive. (different In shape than the smaller Th rnninp nonce oioneer Is 'PutniK I. Lafka, a Russian breed resem- (Additional Stories eencernlog the new Russian satellite may be found oa page 6 r- Soviet scientists have announced only the weight of the new satel-jlite and it is believed that rather , ilian being a sphere, the new earth imoon may be rocket-shaped. i Tass agency , and Moscow radio ... .... . -..distributed an unending stream of bllng the sou or pomeraman. The breed, with Dointed noses and . ... . L , . ... . i i i j c! vei irum aoroau. jnese quoiea

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  1. The Springfield News-Leader,
  2. 04 Nov 1957, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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