The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 4, 1958 · Page 17
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 17

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Soviets Reported Very Close' to Shooting for the Moon II* At tttf*4» ***> **»***•* a**!*.* . . _ Atf OM BLARfcSLEfi HtmrSVIIiLE, Ala. Iairl«t Union is reported wry close to shooting for th* moon, i fetenUrt writes la tht magazine flptw Journal, A U4S. Army shot for the moon It expected this weekend. lh« Soviet attempt could be > wney one—to put § iio-to-320* pound probe into orbit around the MBS. JATCEES BAKE SALE FRIDAY moon, taking movies and TV pic- turn. Soviet scientist way baefe in ttiry 1W» : outlined juto such a , eilltef It 'f&HMd boomer- an*," ityt Honald C. Wakeford, director Of ; ;f«ie«3»ll Of the National Research and Development Corp., Atlanta, da. "It U bftllered that this project hai been actively'pursued since its inception and that it is cur- rently approaching the hardware stage," Wakeford says. Space Journal is the ffiagatine of )he Rocket City Astronomical Assn., organized by Scientists at .Redstone Arsenal with Dr. Wernher von Braun as one of the leaders. Reports suggest the Soviet moon probe will be radlo-tele-dlrected from earth, relaying moon pictures back, Wakeford Says. He says the Russians are par- ticularly interested in learning whether the moon has earthquakes, why some moon craters seem to appear and disappear, and the meaning of some white clouds which seem to be found In certain areas of the moon. A Soviet astronomer recently said he had taken photographs of apparent volcanic action on the moon. • The Soviets art pushing ahead in guided missiles, and surely have rockets capable of reaching the moon, Wakeford notes. "They have constructed, and have launched, and have in production, every type of missile that is known from underwater-to- Surface through the'missile spectrum to surface-to-surface." 'Soviet launching kites for intercontinental (5,006-mile) and intermediate range (1,500-mile) vehicles "have been pinpointed and ballistic flights of their major weapons ipparently have been tracked by radar from Turkey." "Launching bases, missile plants,- missile schools, missile test centers and all the attendant facilities needed for experimentation and production are to be found all over the tl.S.S.R. Quantity production is apparent, and we have no reason to doubt the quality of the products," Wakeford adds. The Russians are believed to have seven types of intermediate range missiles, with • probably more, than half being in operation, he says. They also have two intercontinental missiles — the T-3 and T-3A—which are in operation and which can carry, hydrogen warheads. "It is extremely likely that Soviet scientists will 'have man in spade shortly," Wakeford declares. More than 80 per cent of Aus- trlr is mountainous, but more than half of this Is under cultivation. Agriculture employs one-third of the population. Makeshift Bear Trap Killi Man GLEN WILTON, Va. (A — A makeshift bear trap was blamed for the death here ot C. W. Thomas, a fiotetcourt county farmer. Coroner E. B. Morgan said Thomas, whose crops had been darri- flged by bears, rigged up a rifle and attached a wire to its trigger. He tripped on the wire when going to inspect his trap. AUSTIN (Minn,) HERALD Thursday, Pit. 4, 1*48 Another Candidate for Meant* Thlif ALBUQUERQUE, M. M. .«f There are candidates aplenty for the meanest thief of the year, Here's another: Mrs. Joss MartfflM told polk* that while she was worshipping in church a walkt containing $85 was stolen from her, HERE'S HOW YOU CAN GET 250 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps FREE OF EXTRA COST! — (Tim* Couponi Good Thursday, FritUy, Saturday, Sunday, Doc«nb«r 4,5,6, 7). HORMEL'S YOUNG, TENDER REEF ••Coupon** RIB STEAKS 59 TOP ROUND G SIRLOIN LB. 79 SO WHITE BLEACH GAL. HAPPY HOST 39 C PEABS 303 $100 CANS 1 TONIGHT IS PARTY MIGHT! REGISTER FOR FBEE BUSHEL BASKETS OF GROCERIES TO BE GIVEN AWAY TONIGHT! SWIFTNING ICE CREAM, SUCKERS AND BALLOONS To All Children Accompanied by Parents CAM 69 DEL MONTE CATSUP 5 14-OZ. $100 iiaaak laaaaMtaaaamiM >JiaaalaaM ™ LaaaaaaaH BOTTLES 1 HILLS BROS. COFFEE « - 79 OWATONNA PEAS 8 303 CANS $100 1 BREAST-OF-CHICKEN TUNA 3 . CANS 89 SWANSDOWN WHITE, CHOCOLATE, BUTTERSCOTCH or COIDJN CAKE MIX 4 PKGS. $100 1 WALDORF TOWN HOUSE CRACKERS 39 FBEE SHOW - SATURDAY 1:30 P. M. - STERLING THEATRE Full Ungth Feature — Cartoons — Serial Sponsored by the Sterling Merchants Association FROZEN FOODS STOKLEY'S FROZEN RADISHES Fresh 8-Oz. Cello Pkg. CRISP, PASCAL CELERY LGE. STALK 19 FLORIDA SWEET, JUICY TANGERINES ... -* 29 U.S. NO. 1 WINESAP lii A LLi] 8-lb. Cello Bag bu. 79 NO. 1 NORTHERN-GROWN POTATOES CHEROKEE $1,98 Coupon STAMPS GOLD STAMPS GROUND BEEF STAMPS Coupon STAMPS GOLD AMP Purchase of Vi Gallon Strawberry or Chocolate CEDAR CREAM STAMPS I) ••Coupon.. STAMPS GOLD AMP With The Purchase of Gloucester Forms UTTER FRUIT CAKE STAMPS Coupon GRAPEFRUIT Of — •*

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