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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                2 March 16 W2 Mason City la need for new bomber WASHINGTON of Defense Robert S McNamara hurling a new challenge at Con gress declared Thursday the Air Forces proposed HS70 bomber would not add significantly to stra tegic retaliatory capabilities aftei tion 1967 McNamara issued a 2500worc statement a day after failing to persuade the House Armed Serv ices Committee to abandon its in sistcnce that the Pentagon move now toward developing the 2000 mileanhour plane as a full weap ons system In his statement the defense chief laid out in detail his objec tions to going now beyond the present Jimited program for the aircraft first conceived as a straight bomber designated as B70 That program aims at put ting three strippeddown proto types in the air without any of the complex electronic gear need ed to carry out the recon naissancestrike mission now con templated for it under the desig nation of RS70 Since the key electronic equip ment has yet to be developed McNamara said delaying the de cision for one year would not post pone the real operational readi ness of the first wing of RS70 planes Running through McNamaras eightpage statement was a cleat indication that he doubts the equipment can ever be developed We are not sure now that we know how to develop successfully the highly complex system re quired to operate from a plane going 2000 miles an hour he said McNamara also said that in a few minor instances US military men in Viet Nam have returned the fire of Red forces McNamara replying to ques tions at a news conference said that US personnel are in Viet Nam at the request of the South Viet Nam government to help in training This training includes work with South Vietnamese in air craft occasionally under com bat conditions McNamara said but the great bulk of these mis sions are conducted by South Vietnamese personnel Asked if Americans in air craft had been shot at Me Elderly pair tortured then stain JASPER Tenn tortured with fire and scalding water an elderly brother and sis ter apparently refused to reveal their hidden wealth before they finally were shot to death Its hard to understand the mentality of anyone who could in flict such excruciating pain as this on an old man and woman sak Kenneth Shelton an agent of the Tennessee Bureau of Identifica Shelton released an autopsy re port Thursday night which showed that Grant Carter 71 and his sister Tora 77 wfcre tortured foi hours before being shot Funeral home attendants fount in bills folded insid an envelope in Carters shirt pock ct and also in bills pinned to his sisters clothing The bodies were discoverei Wednesday by friends who carm to visit them on their isolalec farm just off US 41 Carter am his sister lived alone Their hom had been ripped apart It is apparent Shelton sale that both Carter and his sistc were cruelly tortured for tw hours or longer as the intruder sought to force from them infor mation about their money The torture he said include such things as burning matche held to fingers live coals from stove dropped down the collar heavy blows across the face an heat and scalding water poure over the victims from head t foot Namara replied that there has been sporadic fire aimed at them and in a few minor in stances they have returned the fire New welfare bill includes more for relief payments WASHINGTON AP Thei louse has passed a welfare bill including a ion boost in relief payments which was not sought by President Kennedy The bill makes a series of ad Watson truck firm use of Iowa routes CARROLL W The appeal of Watson Brothers Transporta tion Co of Omaha from the de nial of an interstate trucking permit in Iowa was denied in a ruling filed in District Court Friday Judge William C Hanson of Jefferson made the ruling Watson had contended that the Jowa Commerce Commis sion had acted arbitrarily and capriciously in denying the ministrationsponsored changes in he federalstate welfare program It passed the House Thursday on a 31969 roll call vote Before send ng it to the Senate the House rejected 231 to 156 a Republican backed move to lop off the extra relief payments That provision would revise the federalstate formula for pay ments financing relief of aged disabled and blind persons The net effect would be an increase of about monthly in the federal contribution It would increase the top possible federalstate payment to a month at a total price tag of million permit Iowa for truck routes in McNamara was asked if his reply referred to ground as well as air action Both he said Gross mourns retirement of team member1 WASHINGTON Friends and political enemies of Rep Clare E Hoffman RMich unit ed Friday to voice regret at news of his forthcoming retirement aft er a second Stroke Rep H R Gross RIowaf who teamed vith the 86yearold Hoff man to denounce government spending nearly daily in the Uses washer to churn butter while marooned S1BLEY AP A farm wif whose husband canc get the mil io market because of snow clogged roads is using the family washing machine to churn the cream from it into butter Works all right if you have to do it says Mrs Peter Steensma who lives near here in this tip of snowbound northwest Jowa Her husband found himself with 100 gallons of Grade A milk for which he had no outlet Mrs Steensma skimmed off the cream from part of it and tried a 15gallon batch to churn in her washing machine That proved a little too much for the machine so she turned to 10gallon batches and said she would use that amount from now on Other farmers also were faced with the problem of disposing the milk from their cows Dale Krogmans who normally markets his milk at a creamery fed 170 gallons to the pigs Garreelt Van Stetton another farmer near Sibley said he had run no gallons of milk down the drain since Sunday The petition was opposed by 19 other trucking firms Watson sought a certificate of convenience and necessity to operate as a motor carrier of freight on three Iowa routes Cities included in one route are Bettendorf Davenport Iowa City Newton Des Moines At lantic Council Bluffs Fair field Ottumwa Creston Red Oak Clarinda Shenandoah Mason City Storm Lake Sioux City and Ankeny Greene attorney gets one year on fraud charge CHARLES CITY Galen W Hesalroad 51 Greene attorney pleaded guilty in District Court here Friday to a charge of ob taining money by false pre tenses He was sentenced to one year in the Floyd County jail An order was made com mitting Hesalroad to the Veter ans Hospital at Knoxville for ob servation If he is found to be well he will be turned over to the Floyd County sheriff to be gin his jail term Hesalroad was indicted for an income tax false representation to Henry Berk He took a check from Berk for claiming that was the amount of taxes due Actually Berks taxe amounted to only Hesalroad voluntarily sur rendered his license to practice law It was accepted by the Supreme Court RHEE BARRED SEOUL Korea UPI Re public of Korea Premier Song Yo Chan said Friday the mili tary junta will bar former Pres ident Syngman Rhees return to Korea from Hawaii because this is not the time for him to come home Atlanta clear 59 34 Jismarck clear 26 1 Joise clear 51 31 Boston cloudy 49 35 3Q 02 24 T leveland 31 26 02 Denver clear 43 22 DCS Moines cloudy Detroit snow Fairbanks cloudy Red Cross plans for East storm relief WASHINGTON AP The American Red Cross expects to spend about helping vic tims of last weeks East Coast storm get back on their feet The Red Cross said Thursday The Weather By the Associated Press High Low PR Albany cloudy 42 35 Albuquerque clear 55 24 Buffalo snow 32 hicago snow 29 0 0 24 21 35 26 18 6 ort Worth clear55 33 Helena clear 43 17 lonolulu clear 84 73 Indianapolis cloudy 35 26 Juneau rain 37 33 Kansas City cloudy 42 23 Angeles clear65 49 Louisville snow 43 26 VIemphis clear50 34 Miami cloudy 81 75 Milwaukee cloudy 27 20 Mpls St Paul clear 34 6 New York clear 50 36 Oklahoma City cleat 56 23 Omaha clear 22 5 Philadelphia clear 50 29 Phoenix clear 70 37 Pittsburgh snow 35 27 Portland Me cloudy 51 32 Portland Ore cloudy 62 44 Rapid City cloudy 51 20 Richmond cloudy 51 36 St Louis cloudy44 22 Salt Lake City clear 40 21 San Diego clear64 46 San Francisco cloudy 56 M Seattle rain 61 44 1 Tampa rain 72 55 18 Washington clear 51 35 MMissing TTrace 0 0 Republicans also objected to a rovision boosting from 50 to 75 er cent the federal matching rants for state programs aimed t rehabilitation and selfsufficien y for people on relief rolls But nere was no formal move to elim nate that section The bill also would Authorize work and training rograms for ablebodied relief ecipients set up by participating tates without jeopardizing their ederal aid Permit payments on behalf of children to persons other than heir relatives if the relatives misuse the relief money Extend for five years a tempo rary program of aid for children of the unemployed and Provide federal aid for day care of children of working mothers and liberalize provision for relief receiving families to earn some ncome without losing their wel fare payments Iowa would get an additional annually under the welfare revision bill Voting for he amendment to knock out the million additional funds were Reps James Bromwell H R Gross Charles Hoeven John Kyi and Fred Schwengel all Republicans The lone Iowa representative voting against ihe amendment was Democrat Neal Smith Democrat Merwin Goad and Republican Ben Jen sen did not vote Gets two years on charge of arson Doty ion was sentenced to two years in the state penitentiary Thurs day on a charge of attempted arson Doty who was arrested last July 11 was charged setting two fires in an attached garage of his exwife Both fires were put out before much dam age was done ANOTHER ABLAST WASHINGTON iff Another low yield underground nuclear1 shot with the blast equivalent of not more than 20000 tons of TNT has been touched off in the Atomic Energy Commissions Nevada test site Thursdays test was the 22nd announced in the current series Where You See The KIDS WIN A TROPHY IN Model Car Building Contest Many Prizes Classed In Age Groups Cars Displayed In Window Contest Ends March 31 Get Your Entry Blank Now Cars Exhibited At Timing Association Show Fairgrounds CARTER GILLES 14 First Street NW CoSponsored By North Iowa Timing Association House said he knew of no memthe money will go for emergency ber of Congress who contributed more in my time to good govern ment there will be no other like him as a man of ability and a colorful personality Hoffman whose son announced his retirement Thursday effective at the end of this his 14th con secutive term was linked with Gross in what was termed the third party economy party or simply the other party It was just our little party Gross said I dont know if it will continue now or not and longterm aid including re habilitation grants More than 4000 persons who suffered property losses in the storm are expected to receive this aid a spokesman said Storm relief expenditures are in addition to an estimated 000 to be spent helping people re cover from floods in Kentucky West Virginia Ohio and Indiana the Red Cross said The organization appealed for contributions to help pay for aid to storm and flood victims new WORDPOWER THINKPOWER CAN BE YOURS Our News Quiz Appears Once A Week MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE After seven wives I still dont understand women That figures who does compleiely But we can teach you how much you can save with a soundly planned home loan When you are ready to buy or build a house be sure to get all the details about our home financing plans Come in MUTUAL FEDERAL 0 I PHONE GA 32922 19 FIRST ST NE OM CITV Friday p m Barts Clubhouse Doug Edwards News Weather Watch Markets Great Headlines Rawhide Route 66 Showcase Twilight Zone Eyewitness Weather News Sports Roundup Mona Freeman George Montgomery Saturday a m Capt Kangaroo Davey and Goliath Light Time 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