Physicists Â· Find Key to Atom Core (Continued from Page A-.l) Irons. But research, mainly since 1950. has detected BO to 100 different particles--the beasts in the nuclear zoo-that can come Hying out. The horrible puzzle has been what do they mean, how do they relate to one another? Discovery of the Omega minus "forms a capstone in a building which teas so far held together only by the bold imagination of Drs. Gdl-Mann and Ne'eman," said Dr. Maurice Goldhaber, Brookhaven director. , Omega minus fits exactly Its description, which the theory predicted. The theory is that it would be an important member in one of five suptrfamilies of particles sharing certain characteristics. This theory is known as the eight-fold way. CONFIRMATION' m e a n s ) physicists now have a securely bound, coherent theory to predict new particles and families, for relating them among one another, and for speculating about the ultimate nature of the particles themselves, experts explained in announcements from the American Institute of Physics. One concept is that there are only two or at least only a very few basic particles, with all the others being excited states of them. Another concept is that all particles are equaDy basic or fundamental, and that any one of them can become another, or each other, coder certain conditions. A particle, by this Idea, spends part of its time as one kind of thing and part oi another, in a rather schizophrenic existence. * Â· * Â» BUT THE eight-fold-way theory can describe each o: these probabilities satisfactorily. Omega minus was detectct by beaming a stream particles--negative K-mesons --into the huge buhble-cham ber. There, the new particle would occasionally be produced and could be photographed. One such photo- fraph out of 100,000 revealec the possible "signature" o Omega minus, and detaile analysis confirmed that truly was the p r e d i e t e i particle. KingPaul I of Greece Gravely 111 ATHENS. Thursday (JPi-- King Paul of Greece is suffer in; from stomach ulcers anc is in severe pain, his physician announced in an unexpected midnight medical bulletin from the royal palace. Dr. Thomas Doxiades said the 62-year-old king was under medical treatment that failed to bring him relief. "Measures will be taken to relieve the king from any further ; suffering." the doctor said.- THERE WAS no word what the measures would be but palace informants said the Greek monarch would face surgery within the next few days. Dr. Doxiades said King Paul had undergone radiological examination- These examinations revealed that the king was suffering from stomach ulcers which had been diagnosed sorr.e years ago," he said in the bulletin. Â·The king, devoted to hij duty, suffered excruciating pain but expressed his desire that no announcement be made in order to prevent anxiety." Rumori about the king's health have been circulating in Athens ever since Queen Frederiki cut short a trip in the United States and flew home Jan. 25. PALACE sources said an announcement of his illness was withheld for fear anxiety might sweep the country before Greece'! national elections, which last S u n d a y brought a Center Union gov eminent into power. King Paul his made no public appearances in the! past two months. He has kept to the Tatoi Palace, 26 miles north of Athens. He swore in the new government of Premier G e o r g e Pipandreou there. DR. GELL-MANN Theory Confirmed $84-Million Expansion Plans Told by General Telephone at poles, wire and cables, and $22 million for central office .equipment, particularly that [for Â· direct-distance Â«fiÂ«ting (Asother tMÂ« I IK*. C4*. TMrt.. fit Â«. HW IBeaca division alone. Sullivan van said. L F-I tM AwlM I The president of General'said, General win Telephone Co. announced zn $3.470.000 in 1954. $S4-miHioa expansion program Wednesday, and ex Dressed "cautious optimism' [cated for land acquisitions, | bufldings. tools and vehicles, Sullivan said. General Telephone Co. pro- Expenditures ia the down- vide* services in coastal com- tcwn Long Beach division will General currently has 1.4 million phones la service as $3 mfflioa Is Â«Ho- compared lo 150,653 20 years A large item of expend!- munities from Santa Maria to include $576,000 for tele- ture, he said, win involve the Laguna Beach. In the Iccal^pbones and related equip- expansion of direct - distance area, in addition to LongVwt. $958.000 for "outside " " ago, be said. During the same period, investment in ', telephone facilities Jumped from $29 million in 1943 to $641 million tor an early strike settlement, dialing, cow available to'Beach. the company serves plant" facilities. $1.146.000 R. Parker Sullivan, presi- about 85 percent of Genenls BeEflower, Downey, Norwalk,jfor central office equipment, dent of the phone firm, said,1.4 million telephones in On- Westminster and Huntington and $490.000 for tools,' ve- he" sees "no serious effect",tral and Southern Califonxia-JBeach. ( h i e l e s and miscellaneous from the strike on the 1964) By the end of 1964.1 The 1964 budget caUs for equipment, he said, expansion program, which is p l a n n e d construction will expenditure of J30 million for] An estimated 100.000 new the largest in company bis-|make direct - distance dialing|telephones and associated phones win be added by the tory. In *-,lttÂ»mH, ****^*rÂ» - SJ-UJfc*Ul^; M U i l l l f e i *^Afc.fr*AJA^Â» Â« U U Â·.AJUVAAk.^U pLXJUC.) W I U *JC AUUCU VJ [available to 90 percent of the equipment. $24 million for'finn in 194. Sullivan ig company'i subscribers, SuHH"outside plant 1 * facilities such ported. _ the downtown Long company'i subscribers, DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FJLSTrrTH. a tmpmÂ»rd pnrtier to Â«*a mr* emu? ta pi*c*. cr met.. Do tioc uidc. rnorr. putr . ItiiU U *rial:Bf iacn-Â»nd). Doe* not BOOT. Cbrrt* *^ilmtÂ» ednr* dra- tnrÂ» trtttbl. CÂ«t FASTITTH at aI trot ccruawt, A-IJ OIL MASS MEETING . 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