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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                             North Iowas Newspaper for th VOL 107 MI ii Those who run space programs US Russian setups differ By JOHN G WARNER WASHINGTON UP1 Th details of the organization tha guides Russias space venture is one of the closest secrets i the Soviet Union The men who run the Russia space effort are for the mos part equally obscure There ar a number of prominent scientist involved but exactly where the fit irito the pattern is a matte of conjecture The top man apparently i Konstantin Rudnev a newcpme to the job Rudnev was ap pointed recently to becom deputy premier and chairman o the state committee for the co ordination of scientific researc work Rudnev was chairman o the state committee of the US SR council of ministers for de fense technology before takin the higher post Thus job probabl corresponds roughly to that o James L Webb administrato of the US National Aeronautic and Space Agency Webb a former State Depart ment official is an organize and administrator The chie scientist in the US space ef fort is his deputy administrator Dr Hugh L Dryden Who is Drydens counterpar in Russia The best bet seem to be that rather than a singl man a team of scientists medical and rocket experts de cides who does what in th Soviet space effort not entire ly unlike the US setup After the historic orbital fligh of Yuri Gagarin in 1961 Premie Khrushchev was officially hon ored for his leadership of the space program This would be comparable to President Ken nedy getting a medal for cham pioning NASAs efforts to get al the money it feels it needs One of the key figures in the Russian system is undoubtedly academician Leonid Sedov president of the National As tronautical Federation The be spectacled greying man is a familiar figure at internationa scientific meetings He is a rocketry expert The Russian ballistics expert seems to be academician Anatol Blagonravov Academician Evgeny Fyodo rbV once s polar explorer ap parently deals largely with the polticalaspects of the Soviet space program Some of the lesserknown sci entists however are felt by many to have the biggest voice in what is safe for a Russian to undertake in space One of them is academician Norair Sisakyan a burly Armen ian who probably runs the biological section of the space program Another is V V Parin a dry humored space medicine ex pert S N Vernon a colorless but exacting member of the academy of sciences seems to specialize in cosmic rays There is no indication that the Russians compartmentalize their space effort to the extent that the United States does For instance both NASA and the Air Force have vast space programs going The Air Force concentrates on the military as and warn ing satellites and jointly with NASA managed the X15 pro ject Titles and duties do not al ways coincide in the US space effort The director of NASAs office of manned space flight programs is D Brainerd Holmes a scientist who took a pay cut of around to go to work for the government He runs the Apollo project the plan to land men on the moon Robert R Gilruth who runs the new space center at Hous ton is the man incharge of Project Mercury the current space flight program On the inside Editorials Page 4 Society Mason City News B9 Latest Markets North Iowa News 10 Sports1112 Clear Lake News 15 Comics U The f CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION newspaper that makes all North I o wo ns neighbors JQWA Wj UOc ol Two 252 88TH BIRTHDAY Sir WinstonChurchl from window of his Hyde Park Gate residence in Lon don as he celebrates his 88th birthday Churchill Britains wartime leader spent the morning in bed and read the newspapers He has been convalescing at his home from a broken thigh suffered in a fall in Monte Carlo three months ago A member of his staff said he is very well Churchill launched his birthday celebration with a softboiled egg and a glass of champagne Thant backed for full term UNITED NATIONS UPI Security Council Fri day recommended unanimous ly the appointment of U Thant to a full term as United Nations secretary general Approval by the General Assembly was a cer tainty The 11nation council met in secret session to speed through the election of the Burmese diplomat who has been serving in an acting capacity The recommendation called for a fiveyear term dating from Nov 3 1961 when Thant took qver as acting secretary general after the death of Dag Hammarskjold Coincident with the council meeting was a recommenda tion from the advisory com mittee on budgetary questions that the secretary general be given a a year Braise in pay The recommendation is subject to assembly action N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Strauss to leave cabinet IvIUNICH Germany Controversial Defense Minister Franz Josef Strauss announced he is resign ing his post in Chancellor Konrad Adenauers cab inet Junior partners in Adenauers ruptured govern ment coalition had demanded Strausss ouster as the price of continuing to support the 86yearold chan cellor Cleveland papers struck CLEVELAND The citys two daily newspa pers the afternoon Cleveland Press and the morning Plain Dealer were unable to publish Friday because of a teamsters local strike over wages Uncle Sam to help pay tab WASHINGTON Uncle Sam will defray part of the hotel and travel bills of businessmen who come here next week to argue about proposed regulations on tax reductions for travel entertainment and gifts Harriman Sandys lauded LAHORE Pakistan President Mohammed Ayub Khan paid high tribute to Averell Harriman of the United States and Duncan Sandys of Britain for their great part in moving India and Pakistan to ward a settlement of the Kashmir dispute 12 family homes excluded WASHINGTON Federal Housing Administra tion chief Neal J Hardy announced that owneroccu pants of one and twofamily houses will be exempt from a presidential order prohibiting discrimination in the sale and rental of federallyaided housing New governors 3 weeks after vote WASHINGTON AP Two states have finally chosen gover nors more than three weeks aft er the Nov 6 election But the winners slender victory margins could be overturned in recounts Rhode Island became the latest state to pick a winner when early Friday absentee ballots gave the nod to Republican John H Chafee over Democratic Gov John A Notte Jr who sought a second term The final unofficial count put Chafee ahead by 398 votes There was no immediate word whether Notte would seek a re count But in another close guberna torial election in attorneys for Lt Gov Karl Rol vaag a Dembcrat were prepar ing recount petitions They have 10 days in which to challenge the State Canvassing Board official certification Thursday of Repub lican Gov Elmer L Andersen as winner of another term The board acted on the order of the Minnesota Supreme Court which held that the board must count revised figures from 10 of the states 87 counties Those fig for Hughes 2 ducks DES MOINES Harold Hughes an avid hunter and fisherman interrupted his facts and figuresat bud get hearings Friday to express his feelings about hunting and Wishing in the state Hughes native o Ida Grove who said he has hunted and fishet on the Missouri River since he was a boy expressed great in tcrest in seeing that lowans are given good opportunities to huni and fish When State Conservation Com mission Director Glen Powers made his budget requests Hughes interrupted to discuss such thing as absence of geese the limit on ducks and the possibility of per mitting hunters to shoot hen pheasants lowans were permitted to shoot only two ducks this season only one of which could be a mallard Hughes went hunting for two day after his election earlier this month The ducks I got cost me about each Hughes said And where were all the geese I keep tearing about lots of geese on the Missouri River but we sure didnt see very many If we are only going to be allowed two ducks in our limit think it would be better to close the season for a year or two or whatever it takes to get our duck population back to normal The gripe I heard Hughes added is that in Iowa we get only one shot at the ducks when they fly by but in Texas and Mex ico they hunt them all winter Powers said he agreed that the duck season should have been closed He said the Conservation ommission made that recom mendation but other states in the Mississippi Flyway overruled the Iowa vote Hughes asked states pheasant population compared this fall with previous years and Powers said that the I harvest will be up fflis year r but its very hard work get ting them be cause of a hea vy cover and lack of snow To Hughes sug HUGHES g e s t i o n that iunters be allowed to shoot one ien pheasant along with cocks Powers replied that it has been considered But he added that a icayy winterkill could endanger he population of birds if hen iheasants already were depleted iy hunters More power for Powers DES MOINES AP The di cctor of the State Conservation Commission should have more power over his personnel Gov lect Harold Hughes said Friday as he stepped into a running con roversy between the director and ommission members There is a rumor that anybody hat works on the Conservation Commission can line up the votes f four commissioners and say To hell with the director Hughes said That is bad for the ommission for Ute director and or commission personnel However Dr A N Humiston of tedar Rapids commission chair man said I dont think the commission has ever hired any ne without Powers approval The commission and the director lave been getting along east for the last six months ures gave Andersen a 142vote edge Without the revisions KoU vaag would have won by 58 votes Recounts proceeded Friday in two other states With onethird of Massachusetts 2011 precincts recounted through Thursday Democrat Endicott Peabody has picked up a net of 689 votes and uppccl his unofficial lead over Republican Gov John A Volpe bidding for a second term to 3780 votes In South Dakota Democrat George McGoverri advanced to a 481vote lead as 50 of the states 67 counties completed a recount Thursday in his Senate battle with Republican Sen Joe Bottum Me Govern held a slim lead after the first count and it has slowly wid ened during the recount A Massachusetts recount with part of the 2011 precincts checked gave Republican Gov John A Volpe a net gain of 11 votes but left Democrat Endicott Peabody still 3080 ahead Volpe said he intended to push the recount all the way and then decide on the basis of the number of questionable ballots whether to challenge the result in court Fiveday iowa Temperatures will ayerage 8 to 12 degrees above normal Sat urd a y through next WednesdayCon tinued mild until turning cool er about Tuesday or Wednes day Normal lows are from 15 to 20 in the north and the 20s south Normal highs are in the 30s Precipitation Will average about 20 to 40 of an inch occurring as showers mostly Monday and Tuesday North Iowa Vafiable cloudiness and continued mild through Saturday Lows Friday night in the 30s Highs Saturday near 60 Iowa Variable cloudiness through Saturday and con tinued mild Low Friday night the 30s High Saturday 60 65 Outlook for ly cloudy and continued mild Minnesota Mostlycloudy con tinued mild Highs Saturday in 50s GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 59 Minimum 35 At 8 am 39 Sunrise Sunset 440 YEAR AGO Maximum 35 Minimum 29 SAME Sfet Department Flrures Means No Dettfe la Past 31 Chi na pulling ack in Indi a FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES NEW DELHI Communist Chinese troops appeared to be pulling out of some areas along the border with India Friday hours before their scheduled withdrawal But sources close to Prime Minister Nehrus office cau tioned that it still was too early to tell if the movement out of the North East Frontier Agency NEFA region was only a token move or the real thing Information from government sources confirmed earlier mili tary reports that fewer and fewer Red Chinese troops were visible in front of the Indian positions Even as these developments occurred India asked Red JAP Photbfax Alexan dra poses in gardens of Ken sington Palace in London with her fiance Angus Ogilvy a commoner The Princess 25 and Ogilvy 34 became en gaged to marry yesterday The bridetobe is the daughter of the Duchess of Kent The wed ding probably will be held in Westminster Abbey in London early next year A fatal shock in bathtub Wells 7 who had been crippled since birth was electrocuted Thurs day when he apparently pullec a lamp into his bathtub The lamp which had been on a nearby table was found in the tub with the light bulb float ing in the water Surviving are his parents Mr and Mrs Harold Wells three brothers Vernon with the Army in Germany David and Darrell at home four sisters Nancy Karolyn Diane and an infant Funeral services will be Sat urday at 2 p m at the Otranto Community Church The Rev Elwin Labrenz will officiate Schroeder Houg Funeral Home St Ansgar will be in charge China for still another clarifi ation of its withdrawal plans Peking proposed on Nov 11 a ceasefire on the SinoIndian border which it carried out the next day and the withdrawal of its forces from sections o the disputed border area be ginning from Dec 1 19C2 Because of time differences one minute past midnight Dec 1 according to Peking time is 10 am Iowa time Friday The Nov 21 proposal said Chi nese troops would withdraw behind the line of actual con t r o 1 which existed between China and India on N o v 7 1959 The statement said this meant Chinese troops would pull back 125 miles behind the illegal McMahon Line and 125 miles behind the line of actual con trol on the middle and western sectors of the disputed border It also said China reserves the right to strike back in self defense should India attack or advance after the Chinese with drawal began The Indian government re ceived the withdrawal offer with skepticism although it agreed later the Chinese obeyed the ceasefire India has not yet accepted Red Chinas proposals for the with drawal It has been sending reinforce ments by land and air into the crucial northeastern sector of the battlefront since the ceasefire went into effect Indias hand has been strength ened forthe time being at least y a lessening of pressure in its dispute with Pakistan over Kash mir ANXIOUS MOMENT Robert Rob erts 25 waits for word from an ambu lance attendant on the condition of in jured Danny Cory ell 15 whose bicycle was crushed under the wheel of Rob Phrtofax ens car following a collision in Santa Ana Calif Danny lies just ahead of the car s wheel which crushed the bike Po lice said the lad somehow escaped seri ous injury Prime Minister Nehru and Pres ident Mohammed Ayub Khan have agreed to negotiate their 15year dispute but the going may be rough The agreement however will allow India to breathe easier as it Hills troops away from tha Pakis an border to face the Red Chi nese The spokesman said India wants restoration of the positions both armies held last Sept 8 before he Chinese swept into northeast ern India and threatened its rich and fertile state of Assam Mercury to remain high Temperatures continued to unseasonably mild in Iowa on he last clay of November And he outlook was for the pleasant conditions to continue into tha first few days of December which supposedly rule the win Icr Light southerly winds pushed varm dry air intoIowa from he southern plains and south ern Rockies sending temper atures once again into the 50s and low 60s The outlook for Sunday is for partly cloudy skies and more mild weather although it may be cooler in the northwestern counties   

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