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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1960, Mason City, Iowa                             North Daily Newspaper for Home ITY GLOBE HOME fDlTION VOL AwocUted Prut United Preu International run Tlie newspaper that makes a If North I o wans neighbors MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY NOVEMBE R 3 I960 c Copy ThU Pwr Cnubtoot SectionsSection Study of ionosphere 26th CAPE CANAVERAL Fla 90pound spinning top satellite whirled into orbit Thursday to begin the most extensive study ever attempt ed of the earths ionosphere The satellite officially des ignated Explorer VIII is de signed to give scientists a bet ter understanding of the mys terious electrically charged ionospheric layers which re flect radio signals back to earth It might explain why TV reception can be excellent one day and poor the next The experiment could lead to im proved communications be tween continents ships and planes It also could open the way for more effective con put in orbit tact with communications satellites like the recently launched Echo and Courier and with future manned space craft An official of the National Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration reported the suc cessful orbiting of Explorer VIII gives the United States a commanding edge over the Soviet Union in exploration of the ionosphere A powerful 76foot Juno II rocket blasted off from this missile test center at am Its four stages fired with clocklike precision and boost ed the payload to necessary orbital speed of more than 18000 miles an hour Two feovffs NASA announced the spin ning top was in orbit It is so nicknamed because it is shaped like a childs toy top and spins during flight for stabilization It is 30 inches in height and diameter The satellite spun into a path with an point from the 1450 miles and perigee closest point of 215 miles This is fairly close to the intended orbit of 200 to 1000 miles Each pass around the world takes 112 minutes Officials reported the pay loads transmitter was work ing fine Explorer VIII is the 26th earth satellite successfully or bitedbythe United States in Kennedy clings to thin lead Poll shows virtual tie By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON N J Sen John Kennedy continues to hold to a thin almost imperceptible lead over Vice President Rich ard Nixon in their drive for the presidency If the elections was held to day the results would be veryj close judging from the findings of a survey completed on Wednesday evening Oct 26 THIS IS THE WAY Princeton Research Service saw it at that time less than Ihree years The So viet Union has launched six into orbit The instruments aboard the aluminumskinned Explorer in clude a radio frequency im pedance probe to measure concentration of electrons in the ionosphere a singlegrid trap and four multiplegrid traps to find the number and distribution of ions in differ ent areas a Langmuir probe experiment to measure elec tron temperature a photo multiplier to measure light energy and erosion effects of micrometeorite striking the satellite microphone to de termine the speed and fre quency of and four thermistors to re lay temperstores Ike put on says Dick NEW YORK W Vice Pres dent Richard M Nixon was in the South Thursday jubilantlj predicting that President Eisen lowers campaigning for bin here Wednesday put the clinch er on a Republican victory Nixon said that if the tide continues I will win by one of the biggest electoral vote vie ories ever NIXON ACCUSED his Demo cratic opponent Sen John F Kennedy of whistling in the and obviously getting Kennedy Nixon Undecided 509 489 2 The above figures apply to the popular vote only not to electoral votes The previous sounding taken in midOctober showed Ken nedy with 501 per cent Nixon 495 per cent and 04 per cent undecided x Kennedys net gain during the period was less than one per cent In contrast to the Kennedy Nixon findings sentiment for House of Representati v e s shows Democratic candidates across the nation with a clear and substantial lead over GOP candidates Democratic candidates 56 Republican candidates 43 Undecided 2 AP Photofax WINNER WITH INVENTION Dr Donald A Glaser 34 of the University of California is shown with his bubble bath chamber invention that won him the Nobel Prize for physics The chamber is used for the photographing of atomic particles Nobel prizes to US scientists STOCKHOLM UP Two American scientists Dr Willard F Libby and Dr Donald A Glaser Thursday were awarded the 1960 Nobel prizes in chemistry and physics Libby 51 former member of the U S Atomic Energy Com mission was awarded the chemistry prize for devising the atomic time clock a method of determining the age of fossils wood and other matter by measuring the amount p radioactive carbon present The process can determine within 200 years the age of samples as old as 25000 years Glaser 34 a member of the faculty of the University of Cal ifornia at Berkeley was named the physics laureate for inven tion of the bubble bath chamber for photographing atomic The foregoing findings mean of course that Nixon is certain to run well ahead of the GOP congressional candidate vote across the nation This does not necessarily mean that Nixon will run ahead of incumbent GOP members of the House of Representatives but that he likely will run ahead of GOP candidates trying to pick off in cumbent Democrats IT MUST BE KEPT in mind that public opinion samplings are normally subject to a mar gin of deviation of approximate y four per cent when the find ings are at or near the 50 per cent mark the way they are to since particles Superheated liquid the chamber slows down the highspeed particles until they appear in photographs as a string of bubbles They were the 73rd and 74th Americans to Win Nobel awards annual prizes were first given in 1902 Each will receive a check for 627 from the trust fund left by Alfred Noble the in ventor of dy namite Other Nobel award win v ners this year LISBY are SaintJohn It must also be understood Perse French poet and former that todays poll findings reflect opinion as of Oct 26 and that changes can and may take place in the coming days For this reason reporters will be sounding sentiment on the two tickets until Saturday even ing Nov 5 and the final survey findings will be published in this newspaper on Monday Refuses to poll jury members LOS ANGELES rior Court Judge LeRoy Daw son Thursday refused to poll the iurors deliberating the fate of diplomat for literature and Sir Frank MacFarlane Burnet of Australia and Dr Peter Brian Medaxvar of Britain for medicine The committee announced without explanation last week that the other peace would not be given this year It is the 17th time this prize has been withheld Libby the first scientist ever appointed to the AEC quit the commission in 1959 and went to the University of California at Los Angeles If I am to re main a scientist he said in a letter to President Eisenhow er I must return to teaching and research SAME D AT El 959562 panicky in claiming the Dem ocrats have the edge Climaxing a day of vigorou plugging for the NixonLodg et Eisenhower Wednesdaj night touched off tumultuous ac claim in championing the GOP candidates and in hitting a Sen John F Kennedy at a 3arty rally in Manhattans Coli seum So tremendous was the ac claim so jmany times wa Eisenhower interrupted by th wildly cheering crowd tha Nixon got to speak only a cou pie of minutes before the rail proceedings carried nation wide on television of the air BUT THE vice president smi ingly told his coasttocoas audience I can only say tha I am always glad to give my time for the President o he United States Dwight D Eisenhower Nixon thus underscored th importance he attaches t Eisenhowers help inthe home stretch drive to defeat Kennedy The Nixon forces are hopin the help will have nationwid impact But they are especiallj hopeful the Presidents grea popularity will win for the tick et the richest of all plums New Yorks 45 electoral votes TRIAL OPENS PARIS UPI Pierre La gaillarde the redbearded for mer paratrooper who led the Algerian revolt last January went on trial Thursday with 15 other Frenchmen for turning Algiers into a battleground for 10 days AP iphotofax i STANDOFF When Sam Rensi a staunch demanded equal space for her presidential feyorite r of Sen John F Kennedy pasted a campaign Richard Nixon Whatcould Ido Rensi sighed L KJ C A Vii 11J 1stun ITS A backer UJL ocu sticker on the family automobile his wife Florence car shalf Meddling in Congo U N raps Belgium UNITED NATIONS N Y tfl Dag Ham marskjold charged Thursday that largescale Belgian activi ties in the Congo are hampering UN efforts to restore law and order X In a voluminous report to the General Assembly Hammar skjold said large numbers of Belgian nationals were return ing to the Congo and were ex rting strong influence on the temporary administration set up by Col Joseph Mobutu He blamed the Belgians for a growing hostile attitude on the part of the Mobutu government toward the UN Command Many of the young commission ers in that government he said were constantly accompanied by Belgian advisers to whom they listened One of the results he added was that the chaotic admini strative and economic situation reached the verge of collapse before the UN Command stepped in firmly and took a more active hand IT MAX BE concluded that a gradual but purposeful return is being staged by Belgian na tionals which has assumed serious significance in view of the key areas which they have penetrated in the public life of WARM North Iowa Fair and warmer Thursday night lows in mid 30s Partly cloudy and mild Fridayf highs in upper 50s Iowa Fair and warmer Thurs day night lows 3540 Partly cloudy and mild Friday highs generally near 60 Further with chance of occasional rain and slightly cooler Saturday Minnesota Mostly cloudy con tinued cool Highs Friday injturned out here said Kennedy 40s a mighty thin bag Globe Gazette weather largest political jturnout of the year greeted Kennedy promises victory ENROUTE WITHKENNEDY John F Kennedy said Thursday Arizona and the na tion are going Democratic next week Kennedy told a street rally in Phoenix that Arizonas Sen Barry Goldwater had wired Gov Nelson A Rockefeller of New York that Arizona was in the bag for the Republicans Judging from the people who N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES VISITS QUEMOY TAIPEI Formosa UP Prcsi Carole Tregoff and Dr R Ber nard Finch The defendants have been tried twice on charges of killing the Chiang Kaishek spent six wife Judge Pawson refused lo days including his birthday juatt as Monday visiling lhc Na tionalisthcld offshore island of poll the jury despite high court level reports that the jurors arc deadlocked 93 for conviction on both defendants Qucmoy It was his first visit there in about six months CHITTAGONG thousand more persons reportedly were killed Monday by a cyclone tidal wave in the Chittagong area of the Bay of Bengal coast It was East Pakistans second such catastrophe within a month A cyclone and tidal wave on Oct 10 killed an estimated 6000 persons on islands off the coast SISSONNE France Fourbattalions of West German soldiers arrived at French training camps and were ordered to work immediately These are the first combat soldiers to arrive under a new FrenchWest German agreement allowing training sites in France WASHINGTON Leroy G Cooper Jr 33 one of the seven Mercury astronauts underwent an oper ation at Andrews Air Force Base Md for removal of gallstones BERKELEY Calif A scientific group in this countrys hydrogen bomb laboratory has reported what appears to be a real though trolled thermonuclear reaction The achievement was officially described as an encouraging advance in the quest for a means of producing useful power from the hydrogen atom up to 8 am Thursday Maximum 38 Minimum 27 Siamese twins bodies found in bank vault WATSONVILLE Calif UPI unclaimed suitcase which gathered dust in a bank vault here for many years contained the bodies of Siamese twin bab ties possibly born and embuild Arizona Kennedy There were an esti mated 5000 to 10000 at the air port 2000 at a breakfast and 5000 at an outdoor speech He added that Goldwater presidential nomination pros pects in 1964 may be improved because were going to retire Mr Nixon to beautiful Califor nia Kennedy struck at the Repub lican record on conservation and said Do you believe the Republican party committed to no new can they On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society News 567 Clear Lake News 11 Mason City News 1415 Latest Markets 15 North Iowa News16 Sports1718 Comics 28 Castro pushes defense effort HAVANA UPI The Cas tro regime is in a flurry De fense preparations are going on across the island and at the same time the regime is keep ing a watchful eye on the US Navys big Guantanamo base Informed sources say Red Chinese pilots are flocking into Cuba Their mission to teach Cubans how to fly the new Rus sianmade jets reportedly ready to bolster Castros air force Other reports tell of new Red made antiaircraft guns being mounted atop Cubas sugar mills The guns are equipped with latemodel fire control sys tems for keeping them on tar get the country and the possible feet of their activities on all aspectsof the UNCs the UN Command responsibilities the secretarygeneral told the as sembly too often these develop ments have coincided with anti UN policiesorfeelings at the various points of impact HAMMARSkJOLD said that some Belgian nationals are believed to have been actively arming separatist Congolese forces and in some cases Bel gian officers have directedand led such forces which in cer tain areas have beeri respon sible for brutal and oppressive acts of violence The Indian head of the UN mission in the Congo Rajesh war Dayal headed here from Leopoldville to report on the mounting obstacles in the path of the United Nations Congo operation Dayal is expected to tell Ham marskjold that Congo President Joseph Kasavubu and the army chief Mobutu oppose the plan of Hammarskjolds advisory committee to send an AsianAf rican conciliation mission to the Congo to try to bring together the warring political factions Gaitskell retains party leadership LONDON Hugh Gaitskell Thursday retained leadership of the divided Labor Party defeat ing the rival forces of Harold Wilson 166 votes to 81 The tally climaxed months of intra mural battling largely over the issue of nuclear weapons and the Western alliance balmed 52 years ago Authorities revealed that the bodies were discovered along with death and medical records in the vault of the Pajaro Val ley Bank Thevault check was made as a result of a recent law Which requires a report to he state controller with an in ventory of items in the bank which have not been claimed for seven years The babies apparently died shortly after birth A death cer tificate found in the suitcase was signed in Tucson Ariz on April10 1908 and said the babies died in Silver Bell Ariz The name on the death cer tificate was Antonio E Herrera and the mothers name was giv en as Maria Holguin Hcrrcra SEEKS DIVORCE NEWYORK UPVPianist Hazel Scott 40 said Thursday she has asked for a divorce from Rep Adam Clayton Powell Jr 51 Harlem congressman HE SAID dams all over the United States are memorials to Franklin D Roosevelt but the memorial of this administration was contained in three No new starts Leaving Phoenix Kennedy flew eastward with stops at Al buquerque NM in Texas and 6klahoma City Two injured in Allison crash ALLISON Carl Polk 66 Clarksville was in good con dition in the Hampton hospital and his wife was taken to a Mason City hospital with a bro ken jaw suffered in an auto collision two miles west of here on Highway 3 Harry Day 45 Dumont was charged with driv ing while intoxicated Investi gators said his car struck the rear of the Polk auto forcing it into a ditch Shes Anastasia expert testifies HAMBURG Germany UPI handwriting expert said Thursday that a lonely Black Forest recluse is Anastasia grand duchess of Russia Minna Becker in an official report to a Hamburg court said there is no doubt that Mrs Anna Anderson 60 is the daughter of Czar Nicholas II and the only member of the Russian royal family to escape the Bolshevik massacre in 1918 Mrs Anderson now 60 has fought for 40 years to prove her identity as Ahastasia She claims she was carried se riously wounded from the basement in Ekaterinburg where her family died and spirited to the west The Russians claim the en tire royal family was Wiped out by Bolshevik soldiers Three in the lait 21 years Mrs Anderson has brought suits to prove her identity She lost the fiitst Mrs Beckers report was the second expert testimony in this third trial favoring Mrs Andersons claim Ear lier this year Prof 0 Reche the dean of German anthro pologists testified that Mrs Anderson is not an imposter but is the real grand duchess believed long since dead Mrs Andersons claim It contested by the Duchess Bar bara of of the late Czarina on behalf of the German royal of HesseTheCiarinr a Hesse princess The Duchess of Mecklen burg contends that Mrs derson is not Grand Anastasia but vone Schanskowiki born in ity a peasant family   

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