The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 20
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SEISMOGRAPHS JIGGLE Nevada's Underground Nuclear Help in Spotting Quakes CARET (AP) - Under- ftraund *»mla tests to Nevada Ifigt fall promise to Improve scientists' •putting of dliwnt earth* quakes nnd tdd to thelf knowledge of ttrt firth's crust, On« Nwtdi txptetl&n Oct. SO 20 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Thyrtdoy, Dee. 18, 1958 shook delicate instruments far away In Japan, Sweden, Peru and Czechoslovakia. The first figures on the recording of this and three other blasts In the underground series were given to a reporter by earthquake sleuths of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Blanea Biggest The Oct. .30 shot, code-named Blnnca, was the biggest. It packed a,wallop equal to 8,000 tons of TOT. It Jiggled seismographs 6,500 miles away. tn the United States and Canada most of 110 regular and temporary seismology stations recorded It. fteports on the thrfee earlier and smaller tests came only from United States territory. However, one of them — equivalent to the force of 1,000 tons of TNT—was detected at Fairbanks, Alaska. That is 2,310 miles from the Nevada test site. The smaller blast — a compara- j live, pipsqueak of 20 tons' TNT power — was recorded only out to 820 miles at Rapid City, S,D. There was also a 60-tonner. Because Its explosive impact shot down into the ground the earth shocks traveled only a few thousand feet. 6 Months for Findings ON THE ALERT — While the island still undergoes shelling by the Communists on the China mainland, Chinese Nationalist frogmen stay in shape by making shore landings day and night on the beaches of Quemoy. Frogman above emerges from the surf literally armed to the teeth. . At your command, King Midas baking magic! Try it for coffee take. Then ait back and enjoy the praise a baking queen deserves. Cor Trunk Pocked With Surprises JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) 0. E | Survey's seismology branch said it will take six months to study findings fully. "But the prospects are," Roberts said, "that science stands to THE HIGH-PROKIN FLOUR trunk of his car to stow away suitcases, he found: An Army captain's uniform coat, a steel helmet complete with liner, a canteen and cover, a gas gain new knowledge of the earth's mask and carrying bag, a bar- crust which extends to a depth of iracks bag, a computer for aerial 20 miles, and possibly get some (navigation, a hand grenade, a new information about the earth 'si rifle grenade and a 60 mm. mortar mantle, extending from 20 miles'shell. to a depth of 1,900 miles." Clewis told police he took the He said information obtained; car to a dealer to have a heater will enable seismologists to do a installed Monday and hadn't better job of locating earthquakes, jlooked in the trunk since. SUPER VALU Turkey for Christmas LAND-CMAKES NO. 1 TURKEYS 16-24 Lb. Average WATONA Tom Turkeys u 24 Lb. 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The pageant "could be a hot seat for sure," said Mrs. Glassford. But each year it works out with adherants of one faith learning a little more about the beliefs of the other. Jewish students will present 'The First Hanukkah." They'll explain with readings and music what it means to those of the Hebrew faith to remember ;he end of the Maccabean wars; :he cleansing of the temple of the paganism of Antiochus and the "miracle of the oil" when the temple lamps burned eight days even though there wasn't enough oil to fill them for all that time. The Christian students will present their traditional Christmas tableaux with carols and "living Christmas cards," including the nativity scene. Bob Hope Leaves on Christmas Tour LOS ANGELES (AP) - Bob Hope is off on his eighth Christmas tour to entertain American servicemen overseas. Leaving with him on an 18,000 mile tour were Jerry Colonna, Elaine Dunn, Mollie Bee, Randy Sparks and Les Brown and his orchestra. On Christmas Day they will en tertain troops of the NATO com mand in Naples. They also will appear in Iceland, Germany Spain, Morrocco and the Asores Welfare Payments Stolen by Woman MADERA, Calif. (AP)-A former welfare worker has been charged with stealing welfare checks intended for needy fam ilies. Dist. Atty. Lester Gendron said Mrs. Doris Lagey Mastin, 41, is charged with 14 counts of granc theft and forgery. Authorities were trying to find her today. He said she obtained $2,894. She handled cases where family heads we're unable to work. The two polar regions of the earth are marked by more differences than similarities. Antarctica is an ^ice- and snow - covered continent surrounded by a cold and stormy ocean while the north polar region consists of the Arctic Ocean surrounded by margins of tyorth America, Europe and Asia. 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