The News-Palladium from Benton Harbor, Michigan on September 27, 1962 · Page 13
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PHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1962 THE NEWS-PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. PAGE THIRTEEN TELSTAR PREDICTION: Birmingham, Mich., artist Art Radebaugh launched this version of a Tel- star satellite from his drawing board in 1949 and ' the caption under the drawing when published said: "Peering into the future, Artist Radebaugh sees television solving a problem through this disc whirling its control surfaces 16 miles above the earth. Here such transmitting stations would have a maximum range. There's no fuel problem- atomic power does it." (AP Photo) [FUTURE IN SPACE His Paintings Are Really Way Out By A. F. MAHAN DETROIT (AP) -- A mythical Telstar was put into (space in 1949--that's right, 1949. Its launching pad was I in the Detroit suburb of Beverly Hills. Even a year before that, its I creator had designed a "Moon I Rocket" which looks- surprisingly I like many of the contraptions be- I Ing fired off Cape Canaveral--al| most 15 years later. That 1949 Telstar orbited only I on drawing paper. And, of course, I that rocket hasn't taken off its I drawing board launching pad for I what its designer foresaw as a I daily 10 p.m. passenger flight to I the moon. Both were the creations of a Ifli'ie-time sign painter from Stur- I gis, Mich., who now is an internationally known designer-artist and who has made a hobby of looking into the future with his paint brushes. Appropriately named, he is Art Radebaugh, Who lives in Beverly Hills with his wife, Nancy. Except for an occasional job he accepts and puttering around making pictures of what's to come, Art re- 1 tired as a commercial artist four years ago at the age of 52. But in retirement he retains marks of Radebaugh the artist-a Van Dyke beard and a monicle. And he has an on-wheels studio built into an English Ford that | Radebaugh re-designed to look like something from out of this world. Among other things that have come from Radebaugh's brushes [ before they began to be talked about generally were: A helicopter bus, overhead railway lines, skyscrapers on stilts. ART RADEBAUGH couldn't build ft bird house. But I seem to have a flare for knowing how things work or are going to work. Maybe I picked that up over the years as engineers picked flaws in my automobile conceptions or at the Pentagon, where I worked for the chief or ordnance during the war, helping dream up weapons of the future." In 1946 Radebaugh showed a sheaf of what he likes to call his "imagineering" to a representative of General Features, and jet "propelled ocean liners, auto- thereby a hobby became one of mat-like drugstores and a picnic I profit. Rotograveur sections of trailer with a refrigerator to keep" ] most of the nation's newspapers the drinks cold and a , stove to cook the chicken while you're en route to the woods. began to blossom with pictures of things to come--like soldiers flying through the air under indivldu- "ResHy," Radebaugh says, "I' al one-man helicopters--several F.than A Hen If you enjoy the pleasures of fun* ily living »nd friendly enienainiftt, you'll love the wirmlh and wekoffl- FURNITURE in» cheer of our open Mock EUiM Allen furniture by Btumritur. Astonishingly lovely solution IP storage and decorilinf tiiuMma i* every room-more than 2JO pMM to choose from. MOM nradwilf priced, too. \ FOR FAMILY LIVING Benien County's Exclusive Ethan Allen Dealer Open Doily, 9 to 9 Sundays, 1 to 5 the Dunes Furniture Co. Rtd Arrow Hrghwoy (US-12) tt Smnw PENNEY'S THIS WEEKEND PENNEY WOMEN TAKE OVER, OFFER A STORE-fULL OF BARGAINS YOU'LL LOVE) COTTON TWILL MATCHED SETS! '·2 Ponlt 30 lo 44 SPECIALLY PRICED! 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