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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                CAPE CANAVERAL Fla AP Two sentry satellites raced through space Thursday on a secrecycloaked mission aimed at perfecting a foolproof means of policing the limited nu clear test ban treaty Their assignment Determine the feasibility of using satellite borne instruments to detect nu clear explosions as far as 200 million miles from earth The treaty forbids such blasts in outer space Intricate devices in the twin satellites were designed to draw achart of space radiation so they and later isentinelsi can im mediately spot any sudden surge of energy from a farout explosion i Because of a complex flight pattern intended to place the two satellites into widely sep arated 57000milehigh orbits officials will ndt know until Saturday whether the early phase of the mission is pletely successful No official announcement is expected on the operation known by the code name Vela Hotel No reason was given for the news blackout butunoffi cially it was reported the Unit ed States did not want to be em barrassed byindicating to the Soviets that it did not trust them to adhere to the test treaty Despite the secrecy news men were alerted by sources and watched from nearby beaches when the Atlas Agena booster rocket blasted off at Wednesday night with the two satellites aboard Reliable sources reported the satellites had separated and set tled into great eggshaped or bits ranging fronT230 to 57000 miles above the earth As the space messengers streaked up ward they were about 20 miles apart Underthe flight plan at pm Central Standard Time Thursday a rocket engine aboard satellite No 1 fires to kick it into a circular orbit where both the high and low points of the orbit are 57000 miles No 2 continues in the orginal elliptical path for an ad ditional 37 hours until it reaches the 57000mile altitude for the in second time Here an onboard rocket ignites to jockey it into a circular path By this time the two vehicles will be separated by about 100000 miles Two widely separated satel lites provide a safeguard against a false alarm which could be triggered by a cosmic ray shower or a radiation flare on the sun Scientists consider it unlikely that such phenomena could strike two well spaced satellites at the same instant but thats something project Vela Hotel aims to learn Vela Hotel is a segment of a threepart program designed to police the nuclear test ban treaty which outlaws all nu clear tests except underground detonations The others are Vela Sierra for detecting blasts in the atmos phere and Vela Uniform to monitor underground blasts North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for thV The newspaper that makes all North Iowans neighbors LOBE E Home Edition VOL 103 AitocUted Preii United International Full Lease Wtrei MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1963 10c a Paper Consists of Two No 215 Tito gets warm greeting in U S Photofax A SUSPICIOUS juror Nicholas Damico shows a security officer at Queens County Court in New Yorkthat what his violin case holds is really a violin Damico was stopped a half dozen timesj bypolice and ordered to open the case because two floors abovehim gangland informer Joseph Nobel award to 3 doctors STOCKHOLM Sweden 1963 Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded jointly Thursday to two Lloyd Hodgkin of Cambridge and An drew Fielding Huxley of University College and an Australian Sir John Carew Eccles of Canberra The prize amount this year is a recordhigh 265000 Swedish crowns The trio was cited by the awarding college of professors of Swedens Royal Caroline Institute of Medicine for then dis coveries concerning the ionic mechanisms involved in excita tion and inhibition in the pheral and central portions of the nerve cell membrane In brief their research is de signed to e x p 1 ai n how the violin cases i i i Ked China bid may Reds UNITED NATIONS N VY Assembly debate oh the annual proposal to admit Communist China1 has taken an embarrassing for the So viet Union Pekings foes are concentrating on the dispute be tween the Communist giants Chinas Liu Chieh Revoke some sugar beet allocations WASHINGTON UPI The Agriculture Department Thurs set the tone Wednesday saying Pekings warlike stand in the ideological dispute provided am ple proof that the UN should keep the ChineseReds out The Soviets who are giving token supportto Pekings bid for admission sat glumly as Liu quoted from various Soviet publications vwhich he said con tained Kremlin admissions that the Red Chinese regime gressive and predatory For the first time since the annual Chinese issue came be fore the UN the Soviets and Soviet bloc delegates remained in their seats when the Nation alist delegate spoke Only Al bania now a Peking satellite nerves work an important con tribution to the study of nervous diseases Through his experiments Ec cles defined in electri cityhqwt tion has 7 the main riddles in the physiology of the central nervous system Eccles research thus tied in with that of Huxley and Hodg kin who were studying the proc esses which nervous impulses are transmitted along Eccles is professorof physi at vat University Canberra In 1955 he lectured at Johns Hopkins Uni versity Baltimore J Huxley and Hodgkin were cit ed for their work since 1939 on Slayton to quit 21gun salute at White House WASHINGTON UPI President Kennedy warmly welcomed Yugoslav President Josip Bf oz Tito to Washington Thursday with t h e hope that US Yugoslayv relations will be strengthened by the Com munist rulers brief visit Tito looking much younger than his 71 years replied in a statement which lie read in English that with the Ameri can people is a basic policy of his government The Marshal the indepen dent Communist who has sue essfully managed to keep a oot in both the East and West amps got the red carpet treat Park vows iruuiuiMX CAMERABUG Yugoslavia President Josip Broz Tito shootin his f way tto helicopter that OR Maj Donald K Slayton the astro naut who missed by a couple of being one of the quitting the AhForce to try to win his space wings as a civilian Slayton 39 is understood to have taken the step because the Air Force grounded himi for an the NationalAeronautics and Space Administration has assured him of flying status A NASA spokesman said that only ident Kennedy in Korea SEOUL Korea AP Mili tary strongman Chung Hee Park his election as presidentwas a giant step to Neighbors helping neighbors Volunteers still eye WANTED Community Chest pledge cards and envelopes with contributions which will put the the physical arid chemical naof the seven pioneer astronauts Volunteer workers still were ture of the nerve impulse This is a conducted electri cal event which the nerve fibre itself produces the citation said l Huxley has been professor of not to ride into space will be allowed to take part jnTnissions as long as he is with someone else This would clear the wayfor Deke to get off the ground in the program aiming to land an lect enough contributions to keep Mason Citys seven Red Feather agencies operating throughout 1964 T o t a 1 receipts Wednesday ere bringing the t i A rr j ajLuaujg LU jauu physiology at University ColAmerican on the moon Stepdrives total so far to lacro 10CA c t i day revoked commitments of and Mongolia left the hall acreage allocations from the national sugari beet acreage re serve to farms in Arizona for the 1964 crop and to farms in eastern South Dakota North Albania took the Soviet bloc by surprise this year when it proposed that re place Chiang KaisheVs regime western Iowa and northeastern In tne UN the Soviets have al Nebraska for the 1965 crop ways sponsored the Chinese bid It did so after receiving word in tne Past and despite their dif that proposed sugar beet fac tories in the areas would not be built as scheduled The department also an ferences still insist Peking should be admitted as a matter of principle US Ambassador Adlai E nounced an informal public Stevenson pinpointed Red Chi hearing Dec 10 to receive new nas opposition to Premier requests and renewal of previKhrushchevs peaceful coexist ence of the main is sues in the MoscowPeking dis evidence that the UN should keep the door closed ous requests for acreage from the sugar beet acreage reserve for the 1964 and 1965 crops Requests for acreage for the crop year also will be re ceived at the hearing which will be held at the department SEVENTH TEST WASHINGTON UPI The US Wednesday held its enth underground nuclear test since the test ban was signed Aug 5 Weather outlook Considerable cloud i n e s s through FrWay with widely scattered showers or thunder showers Thursday night Lews Thursday night in lew 50s High Friday 4571 Weather details on Page 2 i lege since 1960 He was a visit ing lecturer at Johns Hopkins in 1959 and was made a foreign honorary member oftthe Amer can Academy of Arts and Sci mces in 19j61 Hodgkin is Foiilerton research professor of the Royal Society and Works in Cambridge The medical prize first of four awards to this year in Sweden from income nade available each year from he estate of Alfred Nobel in ventor of dynamite The winner of the Nobel Prize in literature will be announced a week from Thursday The maining two prizes in physics and chemistry will be an nounced Nov 5 ping stones on this road are flights in the twoman Gemini spacecraft and then in the threeman Apollo designed to land on the moon No more solo flights are planned day night that Slayton will con tinue as astronaut activities co job hes held since being also will short of 85 per cent Employes of three firms added their gifts to those who were military pilots Nine mil itary and civilian trainees were added last year Howard Gibbons spokesman at the Houston Space Center said Slayton mailed his resigna tion to the Air Force a week ago with a letter explaining his Inside The Globe DOCTORS GROUP favor Shaff plan Page 2 HUGHES VISITS center for the blind Page 3 NEW COLLEGE planned Eccles is 60 Hodgkin 49 and belief that he could be more ef Huxley 45 Eccles made his studies with the aid of tiny electrodes insert fective in his job as a civilian ed into nerve cells of the spinal cord IKE HONORED ABILENE Kan mer President Dwight D Eisen Hodgkin and Huxley experihower will visit Abilene Monday mented with squid whose nerve to unveil a portrait of himself fibres are many times largerat the Eisenhower presidential than those of man library for Denison Page 3 Editorials Clear Lake news Society news891 Sports news11 Cob Gazette Latest markets Mason City news 1415 Comics Transit timetable Classified pages 17181 North Iowa news2 s goal ave made their quota They re Cerro Gordo County Agri ultural Extension Service hipman Oil Co and Shipman ropane Service and Nehi Royal rown Bottling Co Anyone who has not been ontacted may call the Commu ity Chest office GA 31774 for omeone to pick up any pledges r contributions Leave kids dentist alone he advises ment on his arrival at the White though it1 is not an visit t i Accompanied by his wife Jo vanka a striking blackhaired beauty Tito was given a 21 gun salute when his helicopter ward democracy South Ko rea He pledged to work for po litical stability His chief opponent Yung Po sun called Parks victory th beginning of virtual ship and said the nation can not hope for political stability Final official returns from the election Tuesday showed Park defeated Yung by a margin of 156029 votes With three minor opposition candidates winning 831344 votes Park got only 43 per cent of the total Parks victory statement said his 29 months of military rule and the civilian government he overthrew were unfortunate things of the past Speaking to newsmen at a re sort 160 miles southeast of Seoul Park said the balloting was fair and showed to the na tions of the entire world that our nation is fully capable of in ATLANTIC CITY Mothers should not N J remain in dependent rule and democratic landed on the White House lawnafter a short flight from Williamsburg Va where they spent the night When Titos helicopter touched down demonstrators who had been picketing the White House for antiTito slo gans Most of the nearly 100 demonstrators were members of theCroatian liberation move ment and denounced Tito as a murderer and double cross er Kennedy however told Tita inhis welcoming remarks that he was sure that the American people would receive the Yugo slav president with traditional hospitality j The President said in his wel come that This is a difficult and dangerous world in which we live but that it is most important to haWunderstand ing despite political differences He thanked Tito for the hos pitality he showed in his coun try tomembers of Congress and the Cabinet who visited Yugo Through the election ttisyearHe Wdjhat h he room when their children are undergoing dental treat ment says a specialist Except for very small chil dren the young patient is more relaxed and cooperative if the mother stays in the waiting room Dr Walter Schwartz of Rozelle Park N J said Thurs day in a paper presented at the 104th annual meeting of the American Dental Association BIG THEFT LOS GATOS Calif Gene Endslow told police he returned to his car Wednesday to know where the will of the nation lies and where it is head ed Park said I assure the nation that through forthright correction of mistakes and implementation of various programs my govern ment will make vigorous efforts to modernize our fatherland that someone had tuxedo and dress and found stolen his added that the thief probably wont be found wear ing it Endslow is 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 265 pounds The missing tuxedo was size 50 Willis back on the job CHICAGO C Willis was back on the job as general superintendent of Chi cago schools Thursday to pre serve his ranking as the na tions second highest paid public official Willis and the Chicago Board of Education made their peace Wednesday Two weeks earlier Willis quit and charged the board had encroached on his administrative duties GOP liberal Scranton bows out of race WASHINGTON Republicans casting about for a candidate to stop the whistling progress of Sen Barry Gold water toward the 1964 presi dential nomination apparently have lost a prospect Gov William W Scranton of Pennsylvania went about as far as a politician could be expected to go Wednesday in saying that he not only is not a candidate for the nomination but would buck any effort to draft him Scranton did an uncertain waltz on the draft question At first he said he would respond to an honest and sincere call But he added that it is im possible to launch any draft without connivance of the can didate and I would step in and stop it Pressed on this point by news men he nailed it down with a second declaration that he would stop any draft in its tracks Scranton said he still is avail able as a favorite son for Pennsylvania but not as a candidate if by mid1964 his states Republicans think their 64vote delegation ought to go uncommitted to the nominating convention There have been strong indi cations that supporters plan to put Goldwaters name in the states April28 primary This is etrictly a popularity contest not legally binding on the convention delegation But few think the outcome would be ignored by the delegates Scrantons reluctance to get involved in the nomination con test was explained by associates on the ground that he is heavily burdened by state problems and is on only the first lap of a four year term If Scranton is out that seems to leave Gov George Romney of Michigan as top prospect in a potential stop Goldwater movement So the Goldwater people will be watching closely when ney malces one of his rare trips to the East to speak at the Oct 25 dinner of the New York Board of Trade in New York City This is billed as a nonpolitical affair But the gilded audience will include some heavy contrib utors to Republican campaigns in the past hoped that relations between the American and Yugoslav people will be stronger and to national in dependence will be strength ened as a result of the visit In response Tito stressed that both peoples had strug gled side by side in two World Wars He said that he hoped his visit would lead to stability good relations and mutual co operation in preserving peace It has always been of Yugoslavia to maintain good and friendly relations with United States Tito asserted After the short welcoming ad dress and Titos brief response the two presidents walked to ward Kennedys office for their first private meeting to be fol lowed by a luncheon Hole shot in Goodyear blimp TOPEKA Kan body shot a hole in the Good year Tire Rubber Co blimp and it was grounded here Wed nesday for repairs Jim Ma loney pilot of the airship said it was sort of like fixing a leak in an auto tire   

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