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by Albert Parry
Rye ADVERTISE our failures, but
the Soviets don' t, For all we
knew, Moscow' s scientists and engi-
nears did try to sheet a rocket to the
menu last November 7, to celebrate
the 40th anniversary of the Corn."
monist seizure of power in Russia,
You will recall that fer a while,
during that weekend, some mystery-
eus radio signals were heard from
outer space. They were net accaunt-
able by the we Sputniks, and seen
they faded out.
We may surmise that, in their try
for the moon, the Soviet shooting
team took a wrong aim, and that the
rocket they fired is new either emit-
ing around the sun or is lost in space.
But whether or not there indeed
was such an attempt, the Soviets are
certain to try sending a rocket to the
moon, and soon, too, The moon is
very much the Reds' next target.
Moscow has laid its plans, and will
surely make an effort to carry them
At first it will he an unmanned
rocket: in fact, several of them.
Later the Soviet rockets to the moon
will be manned. Finally, Soviet men
will stay en the moon, either fer defi-
nite periods of time or permanently.
Such is the Kremlin' s announced
The Russians say they will build
special lunar cities with unique at-
morphemic pressures arranged as
to enable humans to survive and
thrive on the moon. We have this
en the authority of Prof. N. A.
Karkarov, chairman of the Astra-