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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 3, 1964, Mason City, Iowa                                A light in your stomach Possible with a new system By EARL UBELL New York News Service NEW YORKScientists now can tie a light beam into a knot and shove it down the throat of an ulcer victim so pic tures can be taken These are but a couple of tricks coming out of an incredi ble new technology called glass fiber optics A bundle of these glass fibers fiber as smalt as of an inch in take light around corners like water in a garden hose The fibers work on a princi ple called total internal reflec tion Youve seen the effect in 8 waterfilled fish tank Viewed from the bottom and at an angle the surface of the water is a totally reflecting mirror If your eye gets directly under the surface the mirror effect van ishes The mirror depends on the fact that light will bend at the boundary between two light transmitting substances If the angle at which the light hits the boundary is shallow enough the light will be totally reflected The effect occurs with glass and air or two types of glass bonded to each other If you draw glass into a fiber light can enter the end of the fiber only from shallow angles Light en tering at steep angle passes out through the boundary As the light travels down the fiber it is mirrored back and forth from the walls like a bil liard ball ricocheting down a long pool table In a single fiber 50 feet long a light ray can bounce back and forth a quarter of a million times Even if you bend the fiber the internal reflections still guide the light beam along However a single fiber picks up only one spot of light as big as its aper ture To conduct light from a larger scene you put the fibers together in a bundle Each fiber picks up one spot The applications now are ob vious The American Cystoscope Co has created a fiber optics device for looking into the stom ach Recently Dr Walter Gamble of Boston Childrens Hospital took moving pictures of the in side of a dogs heart with a fiber optics system developed by Robert Innes and his col leagues at the American Optical Co Dr Gamble snaked the fiber bundle into a blood vessel in the thigh up into the aorta through the heart valve and into the heart chambers Next step To v i e w defects in childrens hearts Other medical applications on the horizon include a combina tion of fiber optics and lasers A laser is a device for creating a special kind of onecolor light that has the power to heat a single spot to a million degrees By putting a fiber bundle into the stomach for example it may be possible to cauterize a wound by sending laser light to the spot At the Illinois Institute of Technology scientists have de veloped a fiber optics hypoder mic syringe Injected under the skin it permits doctors to view living tissue via a microscope American Optical Co scientists have measured the oxygen con tent of blood near the heart Dr Narinder S Kapany of Optical Technology Inc Calif has measured blood flow In space flight fiber optics collapses massive optical sys tems into compact packages Although most of the applica tions are secret it is quite ob vious that a fiber bundle can lead light from a camera lo cated in one part of a satellite to another without lenses or prisms A fiber periscope can peek into fuel tanks and rocket engines Dr Kapany and others see the possibility of using such lasers in computers to make calculations In principle fiber opticlasers computing elements would be smaller than electronic ones and possibly much faster North Iowa Weather outlook Cloudy through Friday with occasional light snow Thurs day night slightly colder Lows Thursday night 412 Highs Friday 1522 SEVILLA Spain AP Juan D Perou resumed his exile in Spain Thursday after a brief and unsuccessful attempt to re establish himself in South Amer ica for return to Argentina the nation that cast off his dictator ship in 1955 Brazil blocked Perons plan and shipped him back on the same Iberia DCS jet airliner that carried him from Madrid to Rio de Janeiro Wednesday The reaction of the Spanish Peron booted out of Brazil Resumes exile in Sp S n T TA A D T j am government was uncertain Per ons backtoArgentina cam paign could be interpreted as a violation of one of the terms of his asylum a pledge to avoid political activity But officials in Madrid said they understood he would be allowed to remain temporarily until a definite decision is reached Whatever the outcome Span ish authorities seemed to be shielding Peron from public at tention The airliner that carried Per on back across the Atlantic scheduled for Madrid was di verted en route to Sevilla 250 miles southwest of the capital Informed sources said the Spanish government ordered the diversion to keep Peron away from more than 100 newsmen Spanish and foreign waiting for him at the Madrid Airport Peron 69 got off in Sevilla and drove in a black limousine to a hotel the Andalucia The citys police chief was reported to have accompanied him Police barred newsmen from the hotel There was speculation that after a few days in Sevilla Per on would drive to the residence he has maintained in Madrid It was to Sevilla that Peron came when he flew to Spain from ex ile in Panama in January 1960 The Brazilian government said in a communique Complying with the request of Argentina the Brazilian govern ment agreed to halt in Rio de Janeiro the trip which Mr Juan Domingo Peron was making The Uruguayan government also announced that Peron would not be allowed to land in Montevideo where he had planned to catch a plane to Par aguay Sources close to Presi dent Alfredo Stroessner of Para guay said Peron would not be allowed to land there either Peron had promised to return this year to Argentina where an estimated 20 to 30 per cent of the nations 10 million voters still support him The Brazilian government de tained Peron from the moment of his arrival until he took off Wednesday night Peron spent the day at the military section of the Galeao International Air port A Brazilian air force officer said Peron talked very little hut appeared well disposed He was unsmiling as he started back to Europe Peron reportedly asked the Brazilian government for asy lum If he did his forced de ture showed that Brazilian President Humberto CasteHo Branco rejected the request Peron had been told before his attempted return that no country in his former South American homeland would al low him to come back PERON The newspaper that mak Home Edition VOL 104 MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 3 1964 UOc a Paper Consists of Two Ona Associated Press Full Wlrei No 255 New 500 limp students route sought arrested After sitin in Berkeley BERKELEY Calif AP More than 200 law officers la bored Thursday at carrying more than 500 limply defiant demonstrators from the Univer sity of Californias administra tion building The officers were mobilized by Gov Edmund G Browns order to break up the massive sitin occupation of Sproul Hall which started early Wednesday afternoon The demonstration was ral lied by Mario Savio fiery lead er of the socalled Free Speech Movement to demand the drop ping of disciplinary action against himself and three other FSM leaders The group has persistently challenged university rules on political activity on with demands for full political rights More than six hours after the combined force of state coun ty city and campus officers cordoned off Sproul Hall at am 200 demonstrators had been arrested and hauled off to jail in buses Officers estimated more than 300 demonstrators were still in DEMONSTRATOR DRAGGED A policeman stumbles as he helps drag sitin demonstrator from bproul Hall on the University of California campus at Berkeley The demonstration was in protest to the universitys disciplinary action against four self styled free speech leaders the building The protest group had exceeded 1000 before the doors were locked at 7 pm Wednesday Clearing the building was a tedious task for the officers in structed by Brown to proceed with the arrests carefully and calmly until we get them out of there Starting on the fourth floor the officers carried limp dem onstrators into an elevator In loads of 10 the demonstrators were lowered to the basement There the arrests were re corded and photographs made Officers then carried the ar rested demonstrators out to bus es The men were hauled to Al ameda Countys Santa Rita Prison Farm The women were taken to Oakland City Jail A police spokesman said those arrested would be booked on one or all of three charges unlawful assembly failure to disperse and resisting arrest We do not intend to tem porize at all with this situa tion Brown declared in Los Angeles Pope meets with religious leaders BOMBAY India AP Pope Paul VI met Thursday with lead ers of ancient oriental religions and told them all men must be gin to work together to build the common future of the hu a new dimension in man race Marking the outlook of the Roman Catho lie Church the Pope asked the sages of Hinduism Islam Bud Inside The Globe BEAN COOP talks merger with grain dealers group Page 3 CHRISTMAS of years ago and in todays color ful treats Page 13 Editorials4 Society news 789 Sports news1011 North Iowa news 12 Mason City news 131422 Latest markets 14 Comics 18 Cub Gazette 20 Clear Lake news21 Classified pages 2223 dhism Zoroastrianism and oth er nonChristian faiths Are we not all one in this struggle for a better world in this effort to make available to all people those goods which are needed to fulfill their human destiny and to live lives worthy of the chil dren of God He paused then added We must come closer together We must come together with our hearts in mutual understand ing esteem and love On this the second day of his historic fourday visit to India where the Pope is being re ceived with a welcome of phe nomenal enormity and zest he also had meetings with leaders of other Christian bodies Roman Catholic officials of the Church of South India a historic merger involv ing about a million Protestants of formerly separate ions commun S eonversations initiated by the Pope were rep POPE Continued on Page 2 No need to hike Viet manpower Taylor makes conclusion WASHINGTON AP US Ambassador Maxwell D Taylor said after a second meeting with President Johnson Thurs day he does not see any require ment for an increase in US manpower in South Viet Nam He told newsmen after a one hour White House meeting that his consultation with the Presi dent and top policy leaders had concerned about everything you can think of in steps to help South Viet Nams war ef fort against Communist guerril las But he refused to discuss any moves that may be taken be cause reciprocal operations in conjunction with the Sout Viet Nam government are involved He said his talks here over the past week have been focused on two important points The first was the continuing difficulty in establishing a sta ble government in South Viet Nam The second involved North Viet Nams continuing efforts 0 strengthen and support the Communist insurgency in South Viet Nam Taylor who is under instruc tions from Johnson to consult urgently with the South Viet Nam government said his talks with Premier Tran Van Huongs government will be across the board When asked if there had been discussion of bombing supply routes by which North Viet Nam has aided the Communist guer rillas Taylor said We talked about all aspects of the situation you can think of We fee there are measures we can take to give more effec tive help to South Viet Nam and there are steps that they can take as well Taylor said Johnson accompanied Taylor to thc White House lobby and him with a blue copy of DIFFERENCE OF OPINION Sen Carl Curtis RNeb lef VounSs the desk m a shouting match with Lennox McLendon Senate Rules Committee counsel during the Bobby Baker hearing McLendon called Sen John Wil lams RDel a liar Curtis objected demanding McLendon remove himself from the committee Baker hearing blows up in shouting match WASHINGTON AP The Bobby Baker hearings exploded nto a shouting match Thursday Committee McLendon calling Ken John J Williams RDcl a liar with special Rules counsel Lennox P Williams who furnished much of Ihc information that trig gered the Baker probe declared the Rules Committee might find it very interesting if it did look into various government construction projects handled er and contractor Matthew H McCloskey in the deal Curtis and Stewart verbally tiffed over failure of thc Mc Closkey company to provide records Curtis had requested through a government agency Proposed 69 line rejected Mason City plan favored The Iowa Highway Com mis sion directed its engineers Wed nesday to study alternate routes or Interstate 35 through North Iowa This followed formal notica from the US Bureau of Public Roads that it would reject the proposed path of 135 along High way 69 The federal bureau position was stated informally by its administrator Rex M Whilton of Washington DC last Oct 23 when he told the Globe Gazette that the bureau favored a route proposed by Mason City because of the greater service it can render to a large population center The easterly or Mason route as proposed would pass near the Mason City Muni cipal Airport about six miles west of Mason City The Bureau of Public Roads ill not take final action on an alternate route until high vay commission officials made a specific proposal and hold a public hearing on a new route John Falb Jr of Postville a member of the Iowa Highway Jommission said Thursday it s believed the hearing can be tick sometime in January A letter written by Robert W impson the federal bureaus esidcnt engineer in Ames was ircscntcd to the Iowa Highway Jommission at its Wednesday meeting H slated that thc bureau voulci reject the Highway G3 route if proposed by the com mission i vi viivyiJ 11 1 I II You are absolutely unalterDy thc McCloskey company They could do it betferThan L The angry squabble look wc could Stewart said of proj owa Line ably untrue in that statement A spokesman for the Bureau of Public Roads in Washington The Globes ume entitled Country another A Presidents 10 ENROLLMENT JUMP WASHINGTON Office of Education reports a 10 per cent rise in college enrollments in the past year The total this fall is a record 5320294 stu dents Albert leaves home Revolts at wifes code Shopping days till Christmas LOS ANGELES w Albert H Zabala 31 wont go home again Why Hc said he was present ed with a list of conditions un der which his wife would accept him and he decided it just wasnt worth it The Ultimatum drinking over to me every ccnt you earn stopping anywhere aft er work are not to see your sister under any circumstances are never to go out of your way to do favors for people taking them here and Iherc we should happen to get company it is not necessary to make a trip to buy beer are to do what I ask you to do when I ask you are not to set foot in any bar even if you are treated to a drink not lend anyone mon ey even if its just are to let me cash your check or if you cash it I am to see it first You are never to tell me any lies if you should I wiil find out are not to do any bragging of any kind to body there is any btisinest you have to take care of you are to do it early and come straight home early If you have to get a haircut you are to get one early an not at night like you said before and it shouldnt take all day are to be on time al ways These 15 items covered a lot of territory but she wasnt finished The note concluded All this I demand under lined four times of you and more If it is not agreeable to you forget everything Zabala a truck driver d i d Just that e d McLcndon a white attorney Williams had said that hc had told McLcndon he had addition al information about govcrn placc while William K Stewart vising details on projects thc financial vice president of McMcCloskcy company had Closkey Co was involving federal funds about procedures in figuring 71 t insurance premium rates ambas sadnr to Ireland took the wit chair Wednesday and said mcnl contracts handled by thc n n D McCloskey Construction Co Don B ReVnolds But he said McLendon was notISprinS Md insurance interested in pursuing the Tuesday that a S5000 f L overpayment by the McCloskey current hearine of an insurance performjliams current nearmg cc bond was a had tThe eicluilve lone dlilance telephone wire was to father Information for thlj article DC told the GlobeGazette in a telephone interview Thursday that the letter was formal no mi iiuii was lurmaj no c hasn t told you thc truthjlification of thc bureaus posi he said tion Baker thc man who Sen Wil Thati when the came Just a minute shouted Sen Carl T Curtis RNeb This is an impertinence such as I have never before seen This is the first time an employe of the Senate has called a senator a liar He has disqualified himself Williams interjected that he did too make such a statement on last Friday I deny emphatically any word of it McLendon said There is not an ounce not an element of truth in it Curtis continued to demand that remove himself from his post as special counsel Ive got a right said Mc Lcntfon Im not going to sit here and be publicly misrep resented Williams sat quietly while Curtis and McLcndon ex changed sharp comments Dur ing a lull he commented that McLcndon had a perfect ripht to siatc his understanding of the conversation said could talk the conflict in and hcjvas the bag man for Bakl Continued on Page 2 L M Clauson Iowa Highway Engineer said the bureau letter iujynuius gave no specific reason for re thc McCloskeys testimony rejection of the Highway 69 route campaign fund Reynolds saidj BAKER The bureau spokesman said however that the decision was the result of a long extensive examination that included many informal discussions with high way commission engineers Earlier Simpson had said that careful evaluation of total transportation costs of the two proposed lines did not indicate superiority of cither line bureau position as a re sult has been to favor the Ma son City route as providing INTERSTATE Continued on Page 2 FACES AT CEREMONY This striking pho tograph was taken during ceremonies in Washington for the ground breaking of the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts From left are Mrs Eunice ohriver the late Presidents sister Rishop Philip Hannan who delivered the invocation Sen Robert Kennedy and President Johnson SAME DATE   

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