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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ioi the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE I HOME EDITION THE NkWJPAPIt THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIORS VOL 97 Associated Presi and United Press InlernallonM full Wtrei I 7c i Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 17 1951 Tlili ol Iwo Kidnaped Tot Found Alive Unharmed One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE JCGLO 1HUO Sunday WOI AUKS Tuesday WTAD CJuhicy OJSO Thursday WSUI la City S10 Saturday But Lets Keep Our Shirts On K BOUT THE MOST DIFFICULT thing Americans arc callc on to do these days is to mainlai a perspective while the Russian are hurling objects into oule space With the help of gloom columnists and jaundiced com mentators it would be quite easj to conclude that we are in th last days of our Republic Thats one extreme the melancholy extreme The othc extreme is that of the pollyamn who goes tripping about among the daisies blithely oblivious o the Communist menace Of the two fallacious points of view i I were forced to make a choice Id take the morose extreme My reasoning in this would be that this distorted perspective would be more likely to get ac tion than the sweetnessandlighl fallacy which ignores the Com munist menace Nothing in he world and Im not exaggerating could be worse than being beaten in lifeanddeath struggle with the Kremlin Come what may we must keep our guard up And now that Ive made myself understood on that important point at the outset of my visit with you f can advance to this fortunate fact WE ARE NOT FORCED to accept either of these essential ly false extreme positions We can approach the matter with open mind and open eyes It helps to recall our frightin duced delirium of 16 months ago when the Russians lofted first Sputnik Woe is me chorused our gloom dispensers of press and wireless 2n our frenzied search for a whipping boy we concluded that the blame was on our educational system clear down to the kindergarten How utterly unwarranted and stupid our dismay had been was brought home in three months when as part of the International Geophysical Year program in which the Russians were assumed to be honestly participating we had our own manmade moon in orbit It wasnt as big as the Rus sian missiles but it was ever so much more ingenious vand infor mationproducing BILLY GRAHAM Eye Ailment Not to Stoo Tour DALLAS Tex wi Evange ist Billy Graham went ahead Monday with his plans for a world crusade in the face of advice by hysicians to curtail his aclivi ies because of an eye ailmenl Graham told reporters thai lie ntcnds to go to Australia Indo nesia Mala3a Cairo Jerusalem md I3erlin this year The program may be cut omewhal by doctors Iraham said of his projected but right now 1 plan lo our HE HAD announced previously e would go to Rochester Minn uesday for a checkup at a Alayo linic instead of leaving for the est Coast en route to Australia Graham insisted be felt all right but theres something wrong with one of my But J dont know what it he continued The doctor told me what it is a long technical name but I think hes as con Session Opened atCapitol Agreement on Many Matters DES MOINES The 58lh Legislature convened Monday amid a bnckdrop of political riv alry The two top stale offices gov ernor and lieutenant governor arc held by Democrats and the Legislature is controlled by Re publicans The political spurring began be fore the session officially got un der way During the past weekend Gov licrsehel Loveless gave a pre view of what he would ask the Legislature in his inaugural ad dress Thursday Then the Re publicans issued a statement of policy PARADOXICALLY statehouse observers said a comparison of the proposals of the two parties showed surprising agreement on ia number of matters They agreed on the need of legislative reapporlionmcnt gov ernmental reorganization starting with making the Commerce Com mission appointive tightening of lax collection methods and mod ernization of social welfare Jaws The House with a 5949 Repub lican edge was caleld to order by Rep Howard Rcppcrt DDcs Mother of Eight Charged NineDay Hunt Ends Pholofax their p fused as the Republicans these since il for the senior is representative from Polk County lo perform Ihis lask The House eleclcd Vcrn Lisle KCIarinda as speaker J Hen ry Lucken RAkron as speaker protern and William Kcndrick DCS Moines as chief clerk Ear HAPPY PARENTS EMBRACE Frank Chionchio embraces liis smiling wife after had been found alive and healthy in learning their kidnaped newborn baby Brooklyn apartment I SPENT two days in doctors speaker alcjier the House named A L Men sing RLowden as temporary offices and about midnight Sat urday 1 got orders not to he said of a cancelled church ap pearance here I dont have can cer Ive had I havent had not A cable sent to Australia said he medical examination showed angio spastico edema of the ma The macula lutea is a IN the gavel to Mousing Rcppcrt said he was do ing so in a spirit of cooperation spirit we hope will prevail no heart attackibctween through the a stroke and session Republicans have 33 voles in Never Up Says Mother NEW YORK never gave up hope that Lisa would be found Myfirst faith was in God My sec ond in he FBI and the These were the words of a jubi lant mother Frances Chionchio for whom nine days of anxiety iand agony ended early Monday with the safe recovery of her kid It helps to see things in pro portion to recall that a few short weeks ago one of our socalled moonrockets came within an eye lash of escaping the earths gravi tational pull and approaching the moon If that had happened no body would have run a fever when the Russians announced that their Sputnik was bound It would have been old stuff WHATS CLEAR beyond re sonable doubt is that our scicn fists have the same knowho as thai possessed by the Russian and the Germans they have 1e cruited for their rocketry pro gram What we havent been will ing lo do up to now and mayb we should now give serious con sideration to the course is to ap proach space rocketry on a eras program basis as we did in th case of the ABomb in Worli War II Thats precisely what the Krem Jin has done The people cried ou for decent housing and a palatabli diet and Khrushchev gave therr spulniks instead Once before in answer to that same plea this was under the Russian rankandfile got a gaudy system of subways in Moscow and Len ingrad In short these crash pro grams have proved an effective diversionary tactic to keep the world from seeing what a dreary hopeless life the people of Russia really have except for the larly fatcals I understand the expres sion red had its or igin in Russia centuries ago back in the days of the czars Its quite amazing how many ideas in herited from the czars arc being perpetuated by the Commies LET NOBODY DOUBT that the boodlcrs on Kremlin Hill at this CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 mall yellow spot on he human retina and is the most sensitive area of the retina The descrip tion suggests a spastic conges tion of blood vessels serving the macula Grahams fatherinlaw Dr L fs7elson Bell Monlreat N said the eye ailment is a rare and serious condition brought on by excessive work strain and Loss in Des Moines Eks Club Fire the Senate and the Democrats 37 napcd infant daughter Mason City Partly cloudy through T u c sday Continued quite mild Tuesday highs mid 30s Low Monday nighl low 20s Iowa Partly cloudy through Tues day Considerable fog again Tuesday Highs mid 30s north lo lower 10s south Low Mon day night in 20s Further out Opening fight of the session will J 26yearold teacher who has been on maternity leave said cloudy and mild be over the announced intention of the Senate Republicans to take she first learned the baby was over the appointment of the alive and healthy from her husband Frank who telephoned QMalley Renamed DES MOINES 17 Democratic state senators meeting in a closed caucus ses sion here Sunday unanimously reelected Sen George E OMalley S3 Des Moines at torney as minority floor lead er Sen Gene L Hoffman 46 West Grove farmer was nomi nated against OMalley but withdrew his name Wednesday Minnesota Continued quite mild High Tuesday 25 to 35 GlobeGazette weather data up Ike to Meet Mikoyan on Saturday FHOM OUK WIKIC SERVICES NEW YORK kidnaped Chionchio baby was found alive and healthy Sunday nig hi in a Brooklyn apiirlmcnl The infant girl had been the object of an in Icnst search since she wasi sniilchcd from a hospital hours after her birth nine days Iolico and Klif agents acting on fin anonymous tip located the baby in tho secondfloor flat o Iciin lavnrone a di vorcee mid widow with seven liv ing children Mrs lavarone was booked on i charge of kidnaping All night she had insisted she was innocent HER APARTMENT is about mites from SI Peters Hos pital where the child was kid naped talc Inn 2 The child was returned to Hie hospital said she was in youngest WASHINGTON The White from St Peters Hospital aboutjto 8 Monday SHE SAID didnt know when she would be reunited with her child but as long as she knew the baby was being cared for she could least for a while Chionchio 28 a Port Authority lawyer had been called to the hospital for identification of flic infant missing since the nighl of Jan 2 when she was kidnaped hours afterbirth Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 29 13 20 36 26 jority membership of all Senate CHIONCHIO said ht recognized committees from Democratic Lt his daughter immediately lie bad GlobeGazette weather up lo 8 Sunday Maximum 27 Miniminfl 12 FRENCH POPULATION UP House announced Monday thai President Eisenhower will confer Saturday with Depuly Soviet Pre mier Ana Ins L Mikoyan Eisenhower set the Saturday conference for 9 in his White House office Secretary of Slate John Foster Dulles will par icipalc in the Mikoyan was in Hollywood Mon jday where hc was being enter tained by themovic industry He a dinner in his honor Sunday night at the swank Bev erly Hills Hotel The affair was attended by a select group of lending Southern California busi ness figures In the course of a question pe riod Mikoyan denied that agree ments made with the Soviet Union arc regarded by the So good The baby ever kidnaped here six was taken before her parents had he chance to have icr Lisa Mrs Invarone denied Hie kid npiiig and claimed the child is ers police said They quoted her is sayiiig she hnd delivered the jfiby iinitllcndcd in her apnrt nout Jan 2 Kirsl positive identification of he baby was announced by the FBI quoting the father Frank 28 I FEEL very Chion chio said as hc left hc hospital In rejoin his wife Frances She has been slaying with her parents in Brooklyn Detective Chief Jamas Leggctl AP Pholofitx Invarone 13 a Brooklyn police station to be booked on a kidnaping charge in the abduction of the 21ilunirold Chionchio infant She is a divorcee wilh seven living children Douglas7 Filibuster Plan Loses WASHINGTON on The Senate Monday volcd flown a proposal let filibusters against civil rights bills and other measures jo cut off by vote of a bare ma iorily of the senators Tho defeated proposal was of erud by Sen Paul II Douglas DIll in behalf nf a coalition of Northern and Western senators ighling a formula sponsored by Democratic Leader Lyndon B lolmson THE DOUGLAS plan would have permitted a majority of the Senate or 50 of lie 98 members oJialt a filibuster after 15 days Under present rules it takes he voles of RG senators or twothirds of the to shut off de Ktlc and force an issue to a vote Johnsons proposal which has said Hie baby ccrlninJy is the hc Sllpp0rt Of other Senate Icad Chionchio child He indicated the footprints of the baby found in the apartment matched the Chi onchio bnby taken shortly after He said the comparison WHS The blood type of the baby was identical with Unit of Mrs Chionj chio Ihu FBI said but did not correspond to Mrs lavaroncs Legged said medical cxamina lion showed thai Mrs lava rone did not bear a child nine days RfcO HE SAID the woman look good care of the baby She had plenty of experience caring for children of her hc said Officials at St Peters said the baby weighed 7 pounds J ounce when it was returned to the hos pital The Chionchio infant weighed 7 pounds at birth PARIS Ull Frances popunational agreements only when lalion has climbed to suits hem He said we also viet government as mere scraps of niner Mrs lavaroneis a bleachcd Mikoyan said that on the 5 fcct i wtjghing about trary there are some people who H0 think imperialists keep inter Gov Edward J McManus Keoionly seen her once shortly aflcrjwilh an increase of duringllinve the feeling that you have who has had the power durbirUi She has a birthmark over1958 it was reported Monday violated ing most recent years Mier left he said but 1 real DES MOTNES Fire gutted Lt Gov W H Nicholas Riy recognized her by her beautiful the threestory Elks Club in down town Des Moines early Sunday and damage may run as high as The twoalarm blaze which started in the rear of the 5Byear Mason City will preside in and Senate until McManus is installed Mrs Chionchio a teacher of Thursday THE FIRST hassle of the ses jFrench and Spanish at McKinJey High School said that since the old structure ranged out of con trol for about two hours Flames and smoke were visible for miles Authorities were first notified y employes at a nearby drug store who had smelled smoke sion developed over the proposal jbabys disappearance I made to change the temporary rules of novenas to almost every saint you the House to require that all final committee votes be posted with the chief clerk and made avail able to the press unless twoj thirds of the committee decided upon a secret ballot The motion can think she said I A novena is nine days devolio to any religious The bab Arson investigators said he fire was made by Rep Lucken appeared to have started between Rep Willarcl Freed a false ceiling and the original ceiling over a basement dance jail But cause of the blaze was offered a substitute motion re quiring that the final votes of the committees be published in he not immediately determined journal instead of posted with the Richard II Beady chairman of the Elks board of directors aid an emergency meeting of the oard was called Sunday after noon and plans were made o re uild the club a Des Moines area andmark He said most of he loss was overed by insurance Fairfax Area Woman Killed in Accident WALFORD w Mrs Elmer hcbatka 40 of near Fairfax was atally injured Saturday in a car ruck collision on an owa county oad 2Vz miles southwest of chief clerk Frccds substitute motion lost by a vole of 6342 Luckcns mo lion then was adopted on a stand ng vtite The result was not an nounced SAME was found on the ninh day Hunt Cargo Plane With 9 Men Aboard ANCHORAGE Alaska U S Coast Guard cutlers were searching Monday for a huge C124 Air Force cargo plane be lievcd down with nine men aboard in the vicinity of the rugged Kenai Peninsulas south eastern tip The Globcmaster plane was last heard from as it approached Homer 125 miles southeast of here for an emer gency landing with two of its four engines but II never arrived at Homer which is at the base of a mountain range BIBRING DIES BOSTON Mass Dr Ed ward Bibring worldfamed pioneer in the field of psychoana ysis and close associate of Sig nuind Freud died Sunday Lcggell said Mrs lavnrone a department store employe had been married twice and had eight children The youngest is 3 The oldest a 23yearold son died last summer he said Four of Mrs lavaroncs dren are in orphanages or foster homes because she said she was unable to care for hem all Her first marriage lo John Robert Gcfch ended in divorce Lcggell said and her second bus and Pcler Morello died two years ago The use of the name lavarone was not explained IAVARONE is womans maiden name During the night police ques tioned numerous residents of the vicinity including neighbors in the building One of hem was a woman who helped Mrs lavarone switch the AC Pholofax NOBODY ANSWERS Margaret civilian employe at Ft Hofabird Baltimore tries the phone in the dining room of the Presidential railroad car Fer dinand Magellan Used extensively by Presidents Roose velt and Truman the car has been declared surplus and will be by the airplane i color of her hair from platinum blonrc lo its present color with a home bleach treatment several days ago police said Hospital attendants had de scribed he kidnaper as a silvery blonde Mrs lavaronc said she changed the hue because of a per sonal whim the prosecutor said The penalty for kidnaping when the child is recovered alive is 20 years to life in prison ENTERS ARMY NEW YORK UPI Steven Rockefeller 22 son of Gov Nel son A Rockefeller was sworn inlo he Army Sunday and later left for Fort Dix N for eight weeks basic training ers of both parties would allow filibusters to be choked off by twothiids of the senators present and voting WITH THE defeat of Doug las amendment its supporters planned to throw heir strength behind an amendment under which filibusters could be choked by threefifths of the senators present and voling They insisted that thisxamend merit proposed by Sen Thruslon Morion stood a real chance of adoption However senators hacking he Johnson compromise were confident that it would prevail McDonnell Gets Contract for Space Capsule WASHINGTON Na tional Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration Monday ordered Mc Donnell Aircraft St Louis to build the firsl space cap chilsulc lo carry a man inlo an or bit around the earth The work is expected to take at least years informed officials said The space agency said that the manned satellite would cost more than 15 million dollars McDonnell will design develop and build the salellile It was se lected from among 12 companies who submitted bids in a govern ment competition A powerful rocket booster prob ably an Atlas missile will hurl the manned salellile or space capsule inlo orbil The manned space flight opera lion is called Projecl Mild Weather in Iowa to Remain A weeklong period of mild weather was settling over Iowa Monday the Weather Bureau said It added that temperatures would average 5 to 10 degrees above normal The lowest temperatures Mon day morning included 11 degrees at Waterloo 13 at Mason City and Council Bluffs 14 at Spencer and 16 at Dvibuque Sundays highs ranged from 29 at Mason City and Sioux City to at Lamoni   

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