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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1961, Mason City, Iowa                             North lowctg Daily Newspaper MM Home BE HOMI VOL The newspaper that makes all North I owans Awociatea fteu MM United Prts International Full Lease Wire MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8 1961 neighbors 7c a Paper Consists of Two No 2lf poised off Gulf coast MIAMI Fla hun dred miles of US coast line was placed under hurricane watch Fri day as a massive estorm movec on a northwestward path through the Gulf of Mexico The warning to get ready foi fierce winds and destructive tides Instant headache Not everyone wants it By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau beer is for some at least a consumma tion devoutly to be wished If the idea sounds strange dont stop reading here instant beer is emi nently feasible It appears toi await only government approval uj far away to be scouted by re The union Carbide Co in aircraft eration with the Miller Brewing from big and growing Hurricane Carla was extended to include the I entire Louisiana Mississippi and Alabama coasts and eastward to Apalachicola Fla Hurricane warnings were ex pected to be issued later Friday for some portion of the fourstate coastal area and all residents were advised to be ready to take ncessary precautions when warn ings go up Carla was centered near lati ude 253 north and longitude 880 west or about 500 miles south of Mobile Ala Highest winds were estimated at about 110 miles per hour near he center and Carla wasmoving between northwest and north1 northwest at 10 miles per hour Winds will gradually increase along the orthern Gulf Coast and will reach gale force in a few squalls Friday night the Weath er Bureau said The weather map Was smudged ftith two other Betsy spinning north in the At antic 700 miles southeast of Cape tode Mass and Tropical Stqrm Debbie 650 miles west of the lape Verde islands off the West African Coast Betsy offered no threat to the JS mainland and Debbie was Co last year came forth with a process which concentrates fresh ly brewed beer to about one fourth its normal bulk After the brew is aged the water is re moved by freezing The concen trated beer can be stored or ship ped in barrels to distributors Then water and carbon dioxide are added and the beer sold as usual in cans or bottles According to reports beer re constituted in this fashion is said to be identical in taste to the similar product bottled under con ventional methods Anyone who prefers something other than the already rather watery and gassy domestic product might think this not a wholly satisfactory recom mendation but there it is The trouble is not everybody is happy with the prospect of instant beer After several days of argument before the Internal Revenue Service in April the Brewers Association of America and the International Brewery Workers Union told IRS they hadnt had any real opportunity to find out about the concentrated stuff and asked for a recess Small brewers are bitter in op position Should the scheme be allowed at all the opposition says the IRS ought to require that the re sult be plainly labeled reconsti tuted beer Whether this would retard or turn away the thirsty is a matter on which the jury is still out The IRS concern of course is about how instant beer should be taxed A considerable economic inter est is at stake Miller is But Caria was an immediate threat to offshore oil operations in the Gulf of Mexico and to cities and towns on the coast Carla smashed into Cubas western Pinar del Rio Province Thursday flattening 70 buildings and injuring 10 persons Flood waters spread over a wide area and winds and water caused ex tensive crop damage as the storm moved out of the Caribbean Sea where it was spawned last 3un day and swept into the Gulf of Mexico On the inside Editorials Page 4 CubGazette 5 Society News 67 Mason City News 89 Latest Markets 9 Sports 1112 Comics 16 Clear Lake News 17 Transit Schedule 18 Nikita to JFK Lets talk now MOSCOW Soviet Premier Khrushchev said Friday he was ready for businesslike talks with President Kennedy on urgent world problems At a friendship meeting for Indian Prime Minister Nehru he went on to denounce President Kennedys decision to resume nuclear testing and declared mankind is on the of another military trage A LITTLE PROBLEM OF PRES SURE Gettysburg Pa firemen dashed to a roaring blaze at a feed mill dragged out the hoses and someone yelled Turn on the water To their Photofax is what happened Too little pressure in the mains resulted in dinky trickles of water that only wet the grass The structure burned to the ground limits ruling awaited DES MOINES Gov Nor man Erbe and the Iowa Board North Iowa News 20 of Control are awaiting a rul TV Guide Pullout Section ling from the attorney general on NYs Bob Wagner crushes DeSapio NEW YORK ffl A smash ing victory by Mayor Robert F Wagner on an anti bossism p 1 a t f o rm has wrecked the citys old line Democratic organization led by Tammany Hall Chief Car mine G DeSapio a spokesman told the IRS that Wagner backed by insur Miller would like to get license gents defeated the organiza No 1 for the process The reation candidate State Comp son is apparent Miller is the only national beer distributor in the top 10 operating out of a single plant that being located in Mil waukee Other beer barons have been gobbling up local breweries at a rate that has disturbed the trustbusters of the US Depart ment of Justice Annual consumption of beer in the past decade has fallen off from 172 gallons to about 15 gal lons a head and that is a rate that averaged should not pro duce a It cannot be de termined scientifically whether college boys or GIs drink the most suds but motivational rej search studies for the industry show that men between the ages of 21 and 45 still consume the vast bulk of all beer Women are drinking more than ever but whether this is a good sign or not the surveys leave uncjear Families in the to income bracket about 58 per cent of the popula more than 70 per cent I of all beer consumed These are regarded by the industry and by no means with contempt as kit chen and back porch drinkers To get back to the instant lager the processors aver that the end product has the same color and aroma as well as flavor as the timetried stuff The ques tion that must be in the minds of old soldiers and comrades of the night about now must remain moot So far as is known there is no consideration of putting Ml egg in the beer troller Arthur Levitt in a record outpouring of voters for a Democratic primary The final vote was 451458 to 291672 The total vote of 743130 bettered the previous Democratic primary mark of 718000 set in 1937 Wagner will face Stale Atty Gen Louis J Lefkowitz unopposed for the Republican nomination in the Nov 7 general election Other insurgents won suf ficient district leadership fights to have a good chance of control of Tammany the Manhattan Democratic or ganization To top it off DeSapio lost his own district leadership in Greenwich Village to James S Lanigan a Harvardedu cated lawyer That in itself sent DeSapio into political eclipse because the New York County or Tammany leader is chosen only from among district leaders Photbfax HAPPY Robert Wagner stands with his wife after winning Democratic nomination for mayor Wagner won renomination without the backing of the party leadership in the five boroughs of the city Wagner defeated his opponent New York State Comptroller Arthur Levitt by about a 32 margin Wagners victory also dealt a blow to Tam many Hall longtime Democratic machine in the city the powers of the Legislative In terim Committee to limit top salaries of psychiatrists at state mental institutions at a year Erbe and the three members of the board met in a IVihour session late Thursday to discuss matters relating to the states mental health program Following the session the gov ernor told newsmen that Atty Gen Evan Hultman has been asked to rule on how far the In terim Committee can go in the salary dispute The latest phase of the con troversy was the action of the committee in blocking the boards effort to hire a psychia trist at the Clarinda Mental Health Institute at 520100a year Five members of the 10man committee who refused to ap prove the salary offer main tained there had been an un derstanding that nothing a year would be paid to new appointees Gov Erbe said the legal ques tion involves an interpretation of a provision in the Board of Con trols appropriations act The provision requires the board to submit to the Interim Committee for approval a table of organi jzation of all employes earnings jmore than a year i Erbe said that if the attorney general rules contrary to what the committee believes is its au thorily he thought the ruling would be binding but the com mittee might think differently Former Pacific fleet commander is dead PHILADELPHIA tf Adm DeWitt Clinton Ramsey 72 former commanderinchief in the Pacific and onetime vice chief of naval operations died Thursday Ramsey retired m 1949 after 37 years in the navy TO PROBE DISPUTE WASHINGTON OBPresident Kennedy has named members of the board he previously estab lished to investigate a Midwest railway labor dispute The dis agreement is between the con ductors union and the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Pacific Railroad Co and the Pullman Co A dispute over rules changes has continued despite mediation of wage issues SHOWERS North Iowa Considerable cloudi ness with scattered showers and thunderstorms throughthe atmosphere dy Khrushchev said that the most vital item to be taken up was the conclu sion of a German peace treaty He warned President Kennedy not to use negotiations to de lay signing a treaty and again said If the Western powers do not sign the treaty will be signed between the German Democratic Republic and such other states as wish to do so Khrushchev said that if Hie Western powers are ready for businesslike talks on the Ger man problems the Soviet gov ernment welcomes talks which would result in the conclusion of a peace treaty It is impossible he assert ed to postpone the German settlement any longer Speaking earlier at the meet ing in the Kremlin Nehru called on the great powers who hold the key to war and peace to re move the threat of war and lead the world to peace Nehru on a threeday official visit to the Soviet Union came from the conference of non aligned nations in Belgrade Yu goslavia which urged talks be tween the USSR and the Unit ed States On resuming atom tests Khrushchev said President Ken nedy acted without waiting for a reply from the Soviet Union meaning a reply to the joint BritishAmerican ap peal to the Soviet Union to stop nuclear tests in the atmosphere PresidentKennedy has an nounced that the United States is resuming tests in the labora tory and underground without the consequences of dangerous fallout that accompany tests in N ews m a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Saturday Lows Friday nighl in the 60s Highs Saturday 78 84 Iowa Partly cloudy southeast considerable cloudiness north and west with scattered show ers and thunderstorms Friday night lows 60s northwest to lower 70s southeast Partly cloudy scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday high in the 80s Further outlook Scattered showers and thun derstorms not quite so warm Sunday Minnesota Cloudy showers Highs Saturday in low 80s GlobeGazette weather up to 8 am Friday Maximum Minimum Precipitation data At Washington the White House dismissed as publicity tactics Khrushchevs offer to meet with Kennedy Press sec retary Pierre Salinger said pointedly that Khrushchev has not issued any invitation through diplomatic channels but has made the offer only in a pub lic statement Offer by Tunisia TUNIS President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia has agreed to let France keep the strategic Bizerte naval base as long as the danger of a major world war exists It was a major conciliatory offer to iron out the smouldering dispute GM contract prepared DETROIT Barring further wildcat strikes General Motors Corp arid the United Auto Workers hope to wrap up over the weekend a labor contract the union estimates would give GMs 350000 hourly employes an increase of more than 12 cents an hour each year in takehome pay It will be a threeyear contract The company and the a move to calm restive workers disclosed details of their na tional agreement Unauthorized walkouts Thursday had idled 12800 men at six plants of bribe offer WASHINGTON The University of Oregons star halfback pointed an accusing finger at a Chicago gambler and said he offered him to sell out his alma mater in a football game with the Universi ty of Michigan The 20yearold senior Michael Mickey Bruce rejected the bribe offer He con fronted the briber Frank Lefty Rbsehthal during 3a dramatic session before the SenateRackets investi gating subcommittee Armour talks progressing Representatives of two unions ne gotiated jointly with two meat packing firms and there was an indication of progress Chances are for a settlement with Armour and Morrell ac cording to officials of the United Packinghouse Workers and the Amalgamated MeatCutters Unions Fallout from Atesting hasnt yet reached Iowa IOWA CITY UP The radia tion detection station at the University of Iowa said Friday that fallout from Russias re cent series of atmospheric nu clear bomb tests hasnt fallen on Iowa The station said radioactivity in the Iowa air remains at very low a levels Earlier nuclear tests in Russia and by the U S in the Pacific Ocean and the Nevada desert did produce in creases in radiation at the sta creases were noted in Iowa within a week Before Russia began its tests a week ago Friday neither Rus sia nor the U S had made any atmospheric tests for three years As a result the air in Iowa was cleaner in terms of radiation than it had been since the establishment of the detec tion station in 1955 The loWa station is operated by the State Bacteriological Laboratory as a part of a net work of the U S Public Health In those cases the FLOW OF SOVIET RADIOACTIVE DUST Lines and arrow trace claybyday flow of radioactive debris from Russias Sept 1 nuclear test as it is car ried along in the troposphere 30000 feet up by pre vailing west to east winds Actual fallout upon the earth may not take place for weeks and often is de pendent on whether atomic dust is caught up in storms or rain carrying it to the earths surface The Sept 1 test at Semipalatinsk was the first in tht current series of Soviet detonations y i   

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