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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaSputnik ii has new Power source space dog to die in few via hot. My Tofey partly to tout to Day. So chatty Wanner. He fac m per heat today. More 11. 5 cents 22 pages the Iff Independent classified by other 6-4671 Home appeals homa from hit of Tytus tarts tomorrow. Face Asadena cat., tuesday. Nov. 5.1957 . Moon rocket looms within 1 year must gift rider still Ofay Ross by b. J. Cutler . Herald Tribune service Moscow. New sources of Power were used in the rockets which launched sputnik ii into outer space the soviet Union indicated last night. Scientist v. Dik Ushin was quoted1 by Tass the official soviet news Agency As saying that the half ton weight of the satellite necessitated the development of improved new instruments and sources of Multi staged Carrier rocket of a new design with fool proof precision controls had to be used to get the satellite into its Dik Ushin said. At its farthest Point the orbit is 1056 Miles from Earth some 500 Miles farther than the distance reached by sputnik i. The Tass report gave no indication from Dik Ushin what the new sources of Power were thai gave the propulsive Force for launching sputnik ii. It has been estimated that soviet scientists have developed a thrust of pounds with which to shoot the half ton satellite with its containers sputnik turn to Page 2 sputnik la s beep now constant radio men at Temple City who tracked the second rus Sian satellite three times yesterday said that sputnik ii is now transmitting a continuous tone instead of the pre Vious Jack Pattison civil de sense radio officer at the tem ple City sheriffs station had no explanation for the change in signal. Not at night the satellite tracking Sta Tion of the san Valley radio club followed the Moon at ., And Yesterday but for the second straight Day was unable to track sputnik ii in the evening hours. No it Oto Nooi on soft Kcf of ooh. Moon scientists urged to Speed up by Ansel e. Talbert x. Y. Trau to bum Newt swim Washington. The United states government has asked a group of America s outstand no aircraft and missile manufacturing companies to submit definite proposals for a rocket vehicle capable of reaching the Moon. The initial vehicle would be unmanned and As currently envisioned would be put to Gether and launched in record a year or less. Scientists and engineers from several companies have come Forward with specific plans for joining together existing Rock ets of several stages and powerful new engines which already have been tested up to russian rocket to Moon is it next in due there thursday ret rocket May be near Moon Cambridge mass. Ins one of America s top space experts said last night it was possible that a russian rocket May be on the Way to the Moon. Or. Fred l. Whipple director of the smithsonian Astro physical. Observatory said he believed the russian scientists were capable of sending a rocket to the Moon. He added if they want to hit the Moon nov. 7, the anniversary of the bolshevik Revo Lution they would have had to launch the rocket last sat inside today s Independent big Money for dodger Norris Poulson of los Angeles yesterday indicated wealth May be behind the move to kill Chavez Ravine As a major league Park 11. Page Page Page adams.9 features.21 shafer.11 Allen .9 leadabrand.9 sports.11 business .15 Nash. 8 theater comics .21 obituaries .16 to radio connolly.8 opinion. 9 women considine.9 reporter s diary 4 your stars .21 urday because the trip would take about five tracking such a rocket Whipple said would be impossible unless the exact site of the launching was known. A major problem involved he said would be to see the Cern rocket hit the Moon. He sail one method would be to hav nuclear warhead which would explode on Contact. The problem of tracking the dog carrying russian satellite remained Whipple s top con Gardner fears if sputnik ii lands of of Hyson wants former assistant air Force Sec. Trevor Gardner said yesterday that the launching of a second russian satellite fore casts a dire picture for . Missile defense. Gardner president manufacturing co. Of Pasadena said if the russians Are Able to bring the second Satel Lite Back to Earth As they have indicated they May be Able to do it would be a terrible de it would mean the reds would have the ability to shoot 14 nuclear bombs in orbits around 6 the Earth and drop them where they wished at he said. Gardner Lias been a Constan critic of the .. Missile pro Gram since he resigned his Ai Force Post nearly two years ago in protest Over the Rocke program. Boss has blamed the lag in the . Program on the fac that each of the Armeil serv ices and a private Agency work separately on missile pro Grams instead of consolidating the program and scientific strength under one missile Boss. He has also complained that not enough Money has been Given in the past to the program. Pounds and Over. Project decision no final decision on the project has yet been made but one is expected soon. One leading contestant for the vehicle is believed to be Lockheed s x-11 three stage rocket designed and built originally As a test vehicle for this nation s future intercontinental bal Listic missiles. With some modification the x-17 is believed by Many rocket experts to be capable of wasting to the Moon if it was equipped with the proper powerful engines. There also is considerable support for employing the technique it Batooh at. As was done a few Days ago by the air Force s research and development command in sending a farside rocket to an Altitude of at least Miles above the Pacific atoll of eniwetok. The rocket May have attained an Altitude of 4000 Miles it was called a four stage rocket but actually its balloon launching platform served a the first stage. Or. Edwan Teller of the University of California at Berkeley Calif. A consultant on the Atlas bal Listic missile project is known to have been consulted on the Moon leading researcher Lockheed which in addition to building the-x-17 and Sev eral other rocket test vehicles is one of the four major companies involved in research and development on atomic powered air planes has just opened a new space communications Laboratory. Emanuel a. Blasi eyes of Texas too of Hunts huge Globe seen Over a bomb he Washington. Of. Re ports of a huge strangely lighted mystery object spot Ted Over West Texas were being investigated by the air Force last night. A Bright Oval object was also reported Over Southern new Mexico. Sheriff s report several witnesses including a sheriff and one of his deputies reported seeing the object Over Texas. Sightings of the object Over the White Sands prov ing ground in new Mexico were made 17 hours apart by two different military patrols. The sightings were near bunkers used in the first atomic bomb explosion. Seem All bight Bill Haggard Public in formation officer said he had checked the stories yesterday and they seem All right to he said one patrol com posed of two maps reported sighting a lighted object about 200 feet Long and about 75 feet in diameter at Sunday about 90 Miles North of the White Sands Headquarters. Solon unleashes blast at evasive witnesses Washington. Off sen. Mcclellan dark gave Public scolding yesterday to businessmen he accused of Dodg ing questions on whether they had paid out Money to keep the unions Mcclellan chairman of the Senate rackets investigating committee spoke out after the committee had taken Testi Mony from a group of Flint mich., business men. I can t understand you business people who come up Here and evade questions like Mcclellan said. One after another the wit Nesses testified that their labor troubles vanished like ingate after they Lead kicked Iii thousands of dollars to a labor relations firm. They said they at least part of the Money went to teamster Union officials for fishing trips Christmas presents journeys from Michigan to California for the Rose bowl football game Etc. But they refused to give direct answers when asked if they did not consider their payments a form of blackmail. Mcclellan grew Stern during the testimony of Abe Schrei Ber a partner in the Flint firm of Royality co., a wholesale electrical Supply House. Rok Qvie disarming Taffy in in new York. Up the soviet Union announced yesterday withdrawal from All disarmament negotiations being car ried out under present United nations machinery. The new soviet policy was disclosed in the unas two russian satellites the latest sent into space by an improved Power around the Earth. Many shocked soviet Deputy foreign min ister vastly v. Kuznetsov made the announcement to the in i 82-Natlo n political committee toward the end of three top communist leaders meet Moscow. Of the leaders the world s two greatest communist Powers Russia and China conferred Here yes chief of verday amid final preparations the missile division s Antenna for celebrating of the 40th an and propagation department disclosed yesterday that the Laboratory located in sunny Niv Ersary of the bolshevik revolution. New honors or. J. Robert Oppenheimer former Cal Lech professor of theoretical physics and one of the first developers of the atomic bomb has been awarded France s highest civilian award the legion of Honor the French embassy in Washington announced yester of disarmament debate. Many delegates were shocked by the sudden soviet which appeared to bring in end to any More disarmament negotiations in immediate future. Lodge hopeful o . Ambassador Cabot Lodge expressed Hope before the committee that the russians were voicing just a and Wiser counsels will a Valley due spell today warmer weather with some possibility of showers was the Weatherman s prediction for the san Gabriel Valley today. Cool air wafting through the Valley yesterday kept the Mer Cury from rising above 64 de Grees with the Low recorded at 48 degrees. A High near 70 is expected today but More showers Are Likely toward tha end of the week the weather Man said. The air pollution control District said a High inversion and Good wind movement will mean Little if any to Day. Partly Cloudy with Little change in temperature was also predicted for today in the Central and desert regions. Rainfall in Valley cities is Burke honoured by colleagues judge Louis h. Burke last recorded below night was unanimously elected City presiding Jurist of the Superior Alhambra court for 1958 by his 89. Col leagues in los Angeles. Altadena.51 arcadia.73 Burke succeeds judge Roy Azusa .61 an officials report said Herndon presiding Jurist Duarte Vale Calit will undertake to soviet communist party 1956 and de la Canada pave the Way for Communia Nikita s. Khrushchev and Mao lined to accept the Post for a Monrovia Tion with manned space ships of the future or for he Remote guidance of unmanned space Tze Tung chairman of the Chi Nese communist people s re Public met in a cordial and Friendly third year. Pasadena Burke currently is in charge san Gabriel of the court s criminal division Sierra Madre i master Calendar. So. Pasadena St. Sea. .56 2.62 2.40 3.37 2.67 3.21 2.80 3.32 2.49 3.01 3.42 .84 .87 .75 .51 .83 .93 .91 2.62 1956 .41 .83 .61 3.20 .55 .92 .43 .63 .42 1.60 .41 sputnik Mutnik Schmutt Nik who Ain t space crazy Small dog Fry charge tha whole country the Jones boys Art talking about satellite twant. A Quick look across the nation Tho i left. In York a canine in front of United nations headquarter publicizing a pet Center a Man from automobile Tail Light in Dallas and right an Atlanta eatery s newest Crea Tion Pardon i but we heard it out of this world a if you re a gourmet you might to know that the Burger is a cocktail sausage. Service photon garnished with czarist russian a Olive is perched delicately on top. Like we Laid it s just out of this world

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