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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 27, 1959, Long Beach, California                               Kidnaped Infant Found Alive; Jail Mother of 3 RUSS PRODUCING ICBH, KHRUSHCHEV BOASTS HOLDING THEIR kidnaped baby, returned to therri today, are Jose and Dora- liza Tavarez. Baby, abducted last Thursday when he was 23 days old, was found in basement flat near Tavarez home in Manhattan's Upper West Side. NEW YORK (AP) Little John Tavarez, victim of New York's second baby kidnaping within a month, Ayas found early today in the Manhattan basement apartment of a Puerto Rican couple a few blocks from the site of the abduc- tion last Thursday. The month-old boy was taken to a hospital with bron- chitis and inflammation of the small intestine. He had been suffering from a cold when kidnaped. Police said Mrs. Ascension 25-year-old mother of three children, admitted taking the child because she had a mis- carriage 10 rlays ago and didn't want her husband to know it. "It was because I lost my own she tearfully told officers. "I had to make it up to my husband." However, a spokesman for Roosevelt Hospital said a clin- ical examination of Mrs. Ortiz disclosed no evidence of a mis- carriage, abortion or recent pregnancy. Further tests were being made. THE HOSPITAL, which also examined the Tavarez baby said the child would have to remain there at least a week The hospital said it could not state whether the infant's con- dition had been aggravated since the kidnaping. When police and FBI men went to the three-room Ortiz apartment to investigate tips, Mrs. Orliz hysterically main- tained that the baby-was hers with the aid of police and ambulance attendants while her husband was at his job. The husband. Angel, a plas- tic dyer identified by some au- thorities as the woman's com- mon-law husband of 10 months, said he believed his wife was telling the truth. BUT AFTER Mrs. Doraliza Tavarez identified the baby as hers amid sobs of joy, Ortiz cooperated with police in ques- tioning which finally led his wife to break down and con- Vol. 311 PRICE 10 CENTS 28 PAGES A-Arms The Finett Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, JANUARY EDITION CLASSIFIED HE 2-5958 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 (Six Edilions Daily] 2nd Batista Aid Doomed; Trial Quiet Captain Branded as 'Most Bestial Killer in World1 HAVANA (AP) The defendant in Havana's sec- ond show-case trial was convicted before dawn to- day and sentenced to death before a firing squad. Three of Fidel Castro's offi- cers deliberated 33 minutes and found former Batista army Capt. Pedro Morejon guilty of assassination, homicide and robbery. Morejon heard his fate after a trial of more than 10 hours, staged in marked contrast to last week's opening spectacle in Havana's brassy, Sports 'Palace. THIS TIME the scene was army headquarters outside Ha vana. The courtroom held onl; 200 persons. There were no floodlights, television cameras, or radio microphones. The crowd filling the room occa- sionally applauded when trie prosecution scored a point, but there, wag none' of the-Roman Colosseum atmosphere which accompanied the conviction lasl week of the first Havana de- fendant, ex-Maj. Jesus Sosa Blanco. A high spot in the trial was the sudden appearance of Maj Camilo Cienfuegos, head of the he Ha- Says Reds Stand 'at Head of All World Progress' MOSCOW Khrushchev boasted today .he Soviet Union hjis aunched into production-of international ballistic mis- siles. Then .he called ban on building and testing rocket as well as nuclear weapons. 5 The premier told the 2Jst congress of the Soviet Coni- munist Party that the Soviet Union holds the advantage -in, rocket engineering, then de- clared: I "We again say to the United Dulles Raps Russ Goals in Cold War Says Spring Good Time for Parley on German Crisis WASHINGTON (AP) Secretary of State Dulles said today -Soviet leaders are trying to delude the States, Britain and France, let purposes Preej Wutplioto HELD IN ABDUCTION of infant John Tavarez. in New York, Mrs. Ascension Ortiz faces questioners after her arrest early today. The baby was found alive and well in Mrs. Ortiz' apartment. (AP) DEBBIE QUINN AND BROTHER BOBBY 'BESTEST DAY' COMING UP world into believing they want to end the Cold Wai- while actually seeking ad- vantage to win it. Nevertheless, he told a.news conference, the United States feels this spring is about the right time for a high level East-West conference on Ger- many and European security since it is sometimes possible o reach peace-promoting agree- ments with the Soviets through tough bargaining. Dulles said the United States would be delighted to get an effective reunification of Gee- many by any means fair to all way: us ban for all time the testing, jroduction and use of nuclear and rocket weapons; let us de- stroy all stockpiles of these lethal weapons; let us use this supreme discovery of human genius exclusively for peaceful our government is ready to sign an appropriate agreement at this time." THE PREMIER said the ICBMs were in serial produc- tion in the Soviet Union, but did not elaborate on what meant by this. But he spoke on Soviet rocket prowess More Defense Jobs for L B. Area Urged Long Beach) today joined other Southern California The superior court was to fess that had stolen the baby. With this development, Ortiz, shaking his head sorrowfully, put his arm around his wife and patted her shoulder. Mrs. Ortiz' three children, ranging from 6 to 9, were said by police to have been fathered by a previous husband. The 31-year-old Mrs. Tavarez also identified Mrs. Ortiz as the Press-Telegram Washington Bureau1 Craig Hosmer (R- Castro's closest associates, dra- matically proclaimed: "If Morejon is not executed I will shoot He described the defendant as "the most bestial killer in the world." MOREJON RAISED his hands, joining them together as if in prayer, as his sentence was announced. Otherwise he showed no emotion before his :uards led him out. -Like Sosa Blanco, he was .expected to ap- peal the sentence to the Su- lerior Military Tribunal. It was not known when the third show trial, of ex-Lt. Col Ricardo Luis Grao, would start Mamie to Crown U.S, Valentine Girl LA PORTE, Ihd. little girl with a patched-up heart will celebrate the "bestest" day of her life next Tuesday at the White House, one of That's the' day when Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower .will sides. But he ruled out Russia's proposal for a confederation o! West Germany and Communist East Germany because, he said that is designed to secure the permanent partition of the Ger- crown 6-ye'ar-old Debbie Quinn as Amenca's-valcntine girl for 1959. on Page A-4, Col. 4) Cars Stoned in New Congo Riot LEOPOLDVILLE, Belgian Congo cars were stoned and street signs broken Iri Lcopoldville today in another flare of violence by a mob of young Africans. Police quickly scattered the rioters. The trouble started when the owner of a simp burned out dur Ing independence riots early this month saw a young African apparently trying to take some thing from the ruins. The shop owner, a Portu- guese, kicked the African who was taken to a dispensary for treatment. Rumors spread that the Afri- can had been killed and hun- dreds Q_f Africans began stoning European-driven cars and tear- ing down itreet signs. legislators in efforts to obtain more defense contracts for the area's aircraft plants. He said he hopes that addi- tional military orders for Doug- las Aircraft Co. would'lead to concentration of DC-8 jetliner fabrication, at Long Beach, thus leaving the local plant free of the "ups and downs" of mili- tary procurement. He f erring specifically to Douglas, Hosmer told the House of Representatives in a speech Monday that the work- load situation should-be high 11 the consideration of Air Force contracting officials. Southern .Californians have complained to the Air Force because Douglas has been passed over in the a.war'd o: plane and missile contracts dur- ing the past 18 months. THE LONG BEACH con gressman reminded the House of the Air Force's cancellation of a Douglas contract for thi C-132 cargo aircraft at Tulsa Okla., which resulted in some Douglas California work bcinj shifted to Oklahoma. "The cancellation not onl hurt the aircraft industry, sai Hosmer "but it aroused sus picions that the Air Force was disregarding its job of provH ing airlift for Army forces i favor of its own primary mis sions. "Careful and intelligent think ing must be applied to de fermine what kind, how much and how fast an airlift capa bility is necessary for th< proper protection of the ratio and the problem of financin it and maintaining it in being, Hosmer concluded. 'isenhower o Present .abbr Bills WASHINGTON (UPD-Rc- ublican -congressional leaders aid today that President Eisen: lower Wednesday will submit Congress an over-all labor egislation program calling for ome amendments to the Taft- Hartley Law and curbs on rack- tcering in unions. Thoy also said after their ,-eekly White House conference hat the President concurred n their feeling that the time tad come to "blow the whistle" m Senate Democratic Leader .yndon B. Johnson's predictions hat Eisenhower planned fre- quent use of the veto in this ession of Congress. The leaders said the Presi- dent has no intention of threat- ening in advance to use his con- stitutional veto powers. They said he would pass on legisla- tion only after comprehensive study once a measure is passed and before him. Sosa Blanco's appeal later to- day. The most damaging testi- ony against Morejon from a farmer and an attrac- tive farmer's widow. vCARMEN VASQUEZ, 24, told the court that last April 26, The American Heart Assn. chose Debbie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn of Porte, as a symbol of hope for the 1959 Heart Fund cam- paign. DEBBIE WAS BORN with four heart defects. She had quarter-size hole between the ventricles of her heart; her pul- monary' artery was too narrow her great artery was displaced and the right side of her hear was enlarged. But Dr. C. Walton Lillehe of the University of Minnesota Heart Hospital repaired Deb bie's heart in a opera tion that would have been im possible 10 years ago. The the captain and two carloads development, of soldiers had come to her home in Cautq Del Paso, shot heart-lung pump, the work of the heart .and lungs which dk little girl', during thi surgery, is a post-World War I (Continued on Page A-4, Col. 3) FREED! Gov. Egqn of Alaska Still on Critical List SEATTLE Wil- liam A. Egan of Alaska re- mained on'the critical list at Virginia Mason Hospital here today. 44, has shown slight improvement since an emer- gency two-hour operation a week ago for the removal of an intestinal block. Abducted by Boy, She Talks, Talks LOS ANGELES Ml was frightened, so frightened I just talked all the time." Two hours of that, Mrs. Raymond G. Osbornc says, and her knife-wielding ab- ductor suddenly sprang from the car and ran away. Mrs. Osborne, 50, Holly- wood, said a husky 17-year- old youth walked in her back door about noon Monday, waving a large knife. HE FORCED HER to drive him out of the city in her car, after taking her money. "I pleaded'with him to let me go and pointed up all the trouble he was getting she told police. The youth jumped out when they reached Barstow. Mrs, Osborne-'s only Injury was in her throat; she was a little hoarse. man nation. 1. Expressed concern tha lays baseball with her brother, ttends school regularly and is tarting'to show an interest all the things that any tfle girl with a heart "as good s. new" could do. 50 in Raid i on Casino Put in Jail TIJUANA 50 of 73 Americans caught in a gam- Soviet Deputy Anastas I. Mikoyan may have formed a false impression on his trip here that the American people are not really behind their gov- ernment in carrying "on strong policies toward Russia. People mostly talked generalities to Mikoyan, Dulles said, while the government has their support when it is dealing with Russia on specific, difficult issues. 2. Beaded skeptically to the statement by Soviet Premier Khrushchev Monday that as a result of Mikoyan's visit here Krushchev sees signs of a thaw" in the cold war. Dulles "If the Soviet Union can launch a rocket hundreds ;o'f thousands of irfto outer space, it can launch powerful rockets with pinpoint accuracy to any part he said. Opening the 21st the Soviet Communist Party'in the great hall of the Kremlin, the party chieftain and pre- mier said the Communist coun- tries now "stand at the head of all progress." IN A REVIEW of Soviet achievements in science, includ- ng jet aviation and rocketfy, Khrushchev declared: 'The Soviet Union has started a serial production; of ntcrcontincntal ballistic mis- siles." More than delegates 'rom throughout the Soviet Jnion and Communist parties bling raid at Rosarita Beach the suburban hotel Monday JUST BEFOKK the opera lion, Debbie's brother 13obh; who's a year older than hi sister, told Mrs. Quinn: "Mommie, I bet when made Debbie' he didn't happe to have a good heart around so he said to her, 'Take this one, Debbie, and when you are five years old I'll tell some doc- tor how to fix it for you so it will be as good as new." And that's the way it was. Today, Debbie romps and WHERE TO FIND IT Legislation seeking to crack down hard on California drunk drivers has been introduced in the State Senate, along with a bill which would set a flat 70 m.p.h. state speed limit. Page A-2. See Beach B-I. Hal A-9. A-9. C-5 to 9. 7. A-7. Death B-2. A-8. B-S. Shipping B-8. C-I to 4. A-6. Tides, TV, C-10. A-0. BM, S. Your were moved to jail in Tijuana today. They were to be interrogated further during the day nnd de- cisions made on what charges if any, would be brought against them individually. Those not jailed were cither released or allowed to remain at the hotel. They included three of seven women caught in the raid. Joseph A. Cicala, U. S. vice ronsul, was at the jail looking after their interests as Ameri- can citizens. r 1 MEXICAN AUTHOUITIKS said they were particularly in- creslcd in learning which of hose, in jail were operating black jack, dice and poter ames when the federal raiders rom Mexico City struck, late Sunday night. Interior Ministry officials in Mexico City said the raid was intended to make it clear once and for all that Ihe government nil not legalize gambling in Mexico. Few of those arrested would give their names to news re- porters and none would admit being connected with operation of the club. Felipe Arce, manager of the hotel, said, "I did not even know gambling was in prog- ress. said Krushchev lives in the north country where the icy jlasts come from, and if they're going to become balmy Dulles will be delighted. S Confirmed reports of dis- agreement between the United States and some of the Bagh- dad Pact powers over the ex- tent of defense commitments the United States would moke in proposed new security agree ments with Pakistan, Iran and Turkey. Dulles said he thoughi the differences would be ironed in YO other countries applauded vigorously. (U. S. Defense Secretary Mc- Elroy said on Jan. 22 that the Defense Department does not believe that Russia has an ICBM capable of operating against the United States. He also discounted reports that Russia would have 300 of the intercontinental missiles-by 1950. (After McElroy's statement, U. S. Sen. Stuart Symingtoji (D-Mo) said that the United out but that under existing States had successfully test- legislative authority the Eisen- hower administration cannot possibly make agreements with Pakistan and Iran that would go beyond concern with Com- munist aggression. 4. Said the United States plans to withdraw its military advisory mission in -Cuba1 since the new revolutionary govern- ment has criticized its presence [here. fired ICBMs but was not going into full production of them because the Eisenhower admin- istration would not spend the necessary funds.) ON THE international front, Khrushchev termed nuclear disarmament the "task of tasks" nnd said the Soviet (Continued on Page A-4, Col. Weather- Clear tonight and clear and sunny Wednesday. 'Slightly warmer Wednes- day. Maximum tempera- ture by noon ioday: 70. KHRUSHCHEV OPENS PAKTY CONGRESS   

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