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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 27, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T H MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated United Preis International Full Wires 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 27 1959 Paper nt Two MOTHER OF THREE HELD Second Kidnaped New York Infant Recovered Alive Well rs7EW YORK John Tavarcz the second baby kid naped here this month was re covered alive and well Tuesday in the apartment of a Puerto Rican couple The infant was ill when abducted on Thursday Police said Ascension Ortiz 25 admitted taking the child from its home because she had a miscar riage 10 days ago She and he husband Angel a plastic dyer have three children ranging fron 6 to 9 11 was because 1 lost my owr Mrs Ortiz old police had o make it up to my hus Illnesses of 2 Witnesses Questioned WASHINGTON The Sen ate Rackets Committee Tuesday questioned the reported illness of two missing witnesses The sick reports came from Robert Barney Baker and Rich ardKavner TeamstersUnion big shots as the committee met to start another year of inquiries in to alleged misdeeds in laborman agement relations Both sent word through lawyers they were unable to appear SEN JOHN L McClellan D Ark demanded a doctors certifi cate on the latest reported hear ailment of Baker whose testi mony before the committee lasl August was interrupted by a re ported heart attack Committee Counsel Robert F Kennedy said we had some con flicting reports as to his Bak ers illness while he was in the hospital after that li Clifford Allder Bakers law yer promised to produce a report from Bakers doctor Wednesday MORRIS Schenker Kavners St Louis lawyer told he com mittee Kavncr is subject to faint ing spells extreme pain swell ing of the body and other ail ments when under emotional strain Kennedy said Kavner a top aide to Teamsters boss Harold Gibbons has been work ing regularly and enough to make trips to Washington and to Puerto Rico on Teamster busi ness Bakers wife the former Carol Ann More Harlan Iowa said her husband has been in a Chicago hospital for treatment of a heart ailment Mason City Fair lo partly with gradual warming Irene through Wednesday Low Tues day night 1215 High Wednes day 2832 t Iowa Fair to partly cloudy with gradual warming rend through Wednesday L o w s Tuesday night 12 northeast to 22 south west High Wednesday 2838 Further outlook Thursdav partly cloudy turning colder flurries north and colder will few or snovv Minnesota Partly cloudy snow flurries Highs Wednesday 10 to 30 I GlobeGazette weather dafa up lo 8 Tuesday Maximum 15 Minimum 6 At 8 3 Precipitation trace snow AT FIRST she denied siealing Ihe Tavarez baby and claimed the one in the threeroom base menl apartment was her own Her husband was so convinced of her truthfulness at first that he sup ported her story Doraliza Tavarcz was taken to the Orliz apartment weep ing with joy identified her baby from a mark on his neck The 31yearold Mrs Tavarcz also identified Orliz as the Gladys Garcia with whom the child had been left while Mrs Tavarez went apartment hunting The baby was gone when Mrs Tavarez returned home The Iwo women had struck up an acquaintance at a hospital the day before Mrs Tavarez look her baby there for treatment of a per sistent cold Mrs Tavarez new friend suggested a location where the mother mighl find larg er quarters Police said Mrs Orliz a cnubby woman with auburnstreaked hair would be charged wilh kidnaping HUNDREDS of police and FBI agents ran down scores of worth ess lipsin an effort lo locate Ihe cidnapcd child Police credited solution of the case to a lip received on a spec al telephone line for public calls ibout the case and Ihe aid of Ihe Spanish language newspaper El Diario The same type of tip on another Mrs Loveless Better Entertains Wives DES MOINES UPI Mrs Herschel C Loveless feeling bet ter after a weeklong illness en tertained the wives of the Iowa legislators at the Governors Man sion Tuesday Mrs Loveless un derweni a series of tests Monday including a thorough examination of her heart as doctors tried to determine the illness which kept her in bed during the weekend Loveless said the examinations al were Day Speed Limit Sought DES MOINES bill for a 70mileanhour daytime speed limiton Iowas primary highways was advanced to Ihe calendar of Ihe Iowa Senate Tuesday Themeasure was recommendec for passage by the Senate High waySafety Conrmillce Monday along wilh a proposal for speed limits on the new Inlerslate Sys em These would be 75 miles an hour in Ihe daytime and 65 miles an hour at night At present the only specific speed limit in Iowa are CO miles an hour on the primary roads at night The bills to write new speed limits inlo the statutes were spon sored by the committee It re fused lo sponsor anolher proposal for a 50mileanhour limit on sec ondary roads but recommended for passage one introduced by Sen Frank R Siicnan The committee had received re from the Iowa Highway Commission that secondary roads in some counties are not safe for 50mileanhour driving Russell Brown acting state safety director said however a 50 mile maximum would cover most of the rural xoads KHKUSHCHUV APPLAUDED AT SOVIET PARTY CONUKESS pecial phone line had led lo Ihe indiug earlier in Ihe month of lisa Rose Chionchio The baby located nine clays after being tolcn from a Brooklyn hospital ivirsery 2Vi hours after birth CHIEF OF detectives James B eggell said a check of footprints osilivcly identified the Tavarez nfant The boywas taken lo a hospital or an examination and later was reported to be afflicted with bron chitis andinflammation of the small ihlesline He had been suf a cold when kid naped The hospital said the child would have lo remain there at least a week A spokesman for the hospital said a clinical examination of Mrs Ortiz disclosed no evidence of a miscarriage abortion or re cent pregnancy Further tests were being made MR AND MRS Ortiz and the infant were taken lo a police sta tion where Mrs Tavarez made the identification both of her baby and Ihe woman who duped her Ortiz said he was misled into thinking the baby was his be cause he knew his wife had been pregnant and he had never seen a newborn baby before The Ortiz three children arc Edwin 6 Sandra 7 and Henry 9 Police said that after Mrs Or Russia Mass Producing Big Rockets Red Leaders Told MOSCOW S Khruslithe Communist countries now chcv announced Tuesday that the Soviet Union has stalled assem bly line production of intercon tinental ballistic missiles Opening the 21st congress of the Soviet Communist party in the Great Hall of Ihe Kremlin the parly chieftain and premier said Time Near for Talks stand head of all prog In a review of Soviet achieve ments in science including jet aviation and rocketry Khrush chev declared The Soviet Union has slprled Ihe serial production of intercon tinental ballistic MORE THAN delegate from throughout tin Soviet Unio and Communist parlies in 7 other countries applauded vigoi ously U S Defense Secretary Me H McEtroy said on Jan 22 tha liz look the Tavarez baby she went home and told her three children This is your new WASHINGTON o Stale Dulles said Tuesday Soviet leaders are trying to delude the world into believing they want to end the cold war while aclually seeking advanlage to win it Nevertheless he told a news conference the United Stales feels Ihis springis about Ihe right time for a high level EastWest confer ence on Germany and European security since it is sometimes pos sible to reach peacepromoting agreements with he Soviets through tough DULLES SAID the United States would be delighted to get an ef fective reunification of Germany by any means fair lo all sicfes But he ruled out Russias proposal for a confederation of West Ger many and Communist East Ger many because he said that is de signed lo secure Ihe permanent partition of the German nation On other points Dulles Expressed concern thai Soviet Dep Premier Anaslas 1 Mikoy an may have formed a false im AP DOUG IS 79 Gen Douglas MacArfhur knife in hand cuts inlo a huge cake during cele bration of his 79th birthday at his home in he WaldorfAstoria hotel in New York Men who were on his staff when he was Pacific commander in World prcssion on his trip here that Ihe War H were among those al the American people arc not really EVERYONES HAPPY BUT BABY Mr and Mrs Jose Tavarex are ail smiles after their kidnaped baby was returned them But infant John seems to resent AP Pholofax all the excitement At far right is James Leggett chief of New Yorks detective division behind their government in carry ing on slrong policies toward Russia 2 REACTED skeptically to the statement by Soviet Premier Khrushchev Monday that as a re sult of Mikoyans visit here Khrushchev sees signs of a thaw in the cold war 3 Confirmed reports of disa greement between the United States and some of the Baghdad Pact powers over the exlenl of defense commilmcnls the United States would make in proposed new security agreements with Pakistan Iran and Turkey Dulles said he thought the differences would be ironed out but that un der existing legislative authority the Eisenhower administration cannot possibly make agreements with Pakistan and Iran that would go beyond concern with Commu nist aggression 4 Said the United States plans to withdraw its military advisory mission in Cuba since the new revolulionary govcrnmcnl has criticized its presence here INNOCENT PLEA MUSCATINE MVJanet Thomp son 39 pleaded innocent of mur der Monday in the shooting of Robert Navratil at her home here last Dec G District Judge party SAME IOWA SAKKTV IIKTA RTMKST FIGURKS ExJudge MONTGOMERY Ala nccjuiltal of former judge Gcorg Wallace on a contempt charg leaves Wallace in the rolo of i potential candidate for govcrno joasling he defied civil rights in vesligalors and gol by wilh il Wallace insisted he disobeyed a I court order despite UIL courts finding that he had com plied wilh it and aclually helpec he Civil Rights Commissioi get access lo voter registralioi records THE FORMER slate judge de dared he had successfully defied he authority of the federal gov eminent and Ihe civil right agency They were defied ant 3ckcd he said This only said Wai lace thai if you rcsisl then federal agents and back then lo the wall they will hunt anj way lo back Wallaces term expired lasl week He was under court ordci roin Dist Judge Frank M Johnson Jr lo make the records ivailablc to commission agents nstead he turned them over lo rand juries hastily summoned ii Barbour and Bullock counties JOHNSON ruled Monday that Because the grand Junes made he records available for cxami lation Wallace carried out the cffccl of hisorder and only prc cndcd lo defy Ihe court The federal jurist said Wallace rom ail appearances retained of Ihc rcgistralion records flcr giving them to the grand urors And it was Wallace bim clf who actuallynotified agents he records would be made avail blc he noted Matthew Feb 16 Weslrate set trial for Governor Expected to Veto Fast Charge Off Proposal DES MOINES Ilerschel C Loveless and Sen Jack Miller RSioux City con ferred for nearly an hour about Millers controversial bill lo allow Iowa farmers and small businessmen to make a fast charge off on depreciation of equipment Loveless said after the Leg islature completed action on the hill thai chances were good he would veto it Loveless said the lax loss under the bill would be He said he was trying to gel a clear estimate of the size of Ihe loss Miller conlcnds Ihe loss would be minor But Loveless said bill lhat removes an area of laxation without making any provision for its replacement has to be looked at Loveless said the close scruti ny was especially important now because he will present his budget later this week to the Legislature and his budget will be tied closely with the present state tax structure ho Defense Department does not believe the Soviet Union has ai 1C MM c a p able of operating against the United Slates He also discounted reports Ihe Soviet Un ion would have MO of the inter continental missiles by 1U150 After McKlroys statement U S Sen Slnart Symington D Mo said Ihal the United Slater had leslfired but was not going inlo full pro cluclion of them because the El senhowcr administration wouk nol spend Hie necessary Khrushchev added We certainly say lo the Unilet States Britain and France let n bun for all time the testing pro duction and use of undent am rocket weapons let us destroy a I stockpiles of these lethal wcap ons let us use this supreme dis covery of mimnn exclu sivcly for peaceful purposes Oui government is ready to sign an agreement al this Khiushchev said a key ask in Ihc Soviet Unions new sevenyear economic plan is lo bring an end lo the cold war and a lessening of nlcrnational tension But he also called on his people once more o 1 CATCH UP wifh and surpass he leading capitalist countries in er capla outptil 2 Ensure the Soviet Unions riuinph in the peaceful economic competition with the capitalist 3 Strengthen further the eco nomic amidefense might of the ovict Union Although he said expansion of icavy industry would still have priority Khrushchev promised he Soviet people a substantial in the standard of living as result of the increase in his economic potentialities urlhcr technical progress in all spheres and a con inuoiis growth of the produc ivity of Socialist THE RUSSIAN people he aid have reached such sum nils that they now have Ihe to enter a new im iorlant period of development he period of extensive build ig of Communist In Ihe political field he called or further consolidation of the ovict Socialist system he unity nd solidarity of the Soviet pco c development of Soviet cle nocracy the activity and ini alive of Ihc broad masses in Ihc uilding of communism cxlen on of the functions of public odics in matters of stale im orlancc increase in he or and educational role f the party and the Socialist ale and an allout strenglhcn ig of Ihc alliance belwcen Ihc orkcrs and Ihc pcasanls and of ic friendship of the peoples of ir On the international front j Khrushchev termed nuclear dis armament the task of tasks and said Ihe Soviet Union would con Revision Solons OK Secrecy Vote OUK WIRE MCKVICKS DES MOINES The House Wednesday passed two bills to bring Iowas criminal statutes up to dale and protect the rights of persons indicted for felonies Both measures were sponsored by Ucp John Mowry TlMarshaU town and were passed by wide margins One measure increased the lim it under which a person could be charged with larceny from lo The older bill makes il man datory for persons indicted for feloiry lo have legal counsel be fore a judgment can be made against him MOWRY SAID law which set the limit on the amount stolen before a person could be charged with larceny was passed in 1851 and there has been inflation since lie pointed out egislnlors in 1851 received only a day in salary while they now receive a day Hep Eugene Hailing ROrieiU he fell he going a idle high on inflation but the louse passed he measure The Semite Labor Committee meanwhile voted lo take a secret bnllot on bills it considers hiring the session Sen Andrew a labor mion official said lie would file i protest against Ihe secrcl Votes ONE OF THE committee will deal wilh is pro losed changes in Ihe righllo work law A bill now before UIB committee would change the law lo make v union shop contracts legal The proposed rules were read by Sen G W Prince RGulhrie Center and were given approval until he rule on com mittee voting The rule provided for voice votes hul stipulated lhat a secret written ballot could be taken if by wo members It al so provided thal Ihe committee oiild go inlo executive session vhen desired thus closing the necling lo the public and mak ng the vote confidential Voting to retain the provisions or a secret vole were Sens Walk er Irincc J T Dykhouse R X T Prenlis R VI on I Ayr and John D Shoeman VOTING TO make all commit cc votes public were Sens From nell Jake Mincks Jarl Iloschck and ack Miller RSioux In other action Banks The House passed1050 i bill lo allow all banks in Iowa o establish drive up or walk ip lellcr windows in their park ng Jots Only federally chartered urronlly arc allowed these win ows A bill introduced in the Senate would more fully develop the home improvement and prop erly dcvelopmcnl loan program of banks 11 would lift Ihc install mcnl loan limit imposed on banks from to lo any one customer and increases the legal payment period from 37 monlhs lo 60 months Care A bill was introduced in Ihc Senate which would transfer the cost for caring forpatients in stale from the counties to the stale Sen John Walker sponsor of the measure said it would cost the state up lo million V year bul would bring about some property tax relief and correct an unfairly administered Among other bills filed in the House was one to allow a farmer to deduct as a credit against the taxable value of farm lands 60 per cent of the value of farm buildings olher lhan dwellings on Ihc properly and anolher calling for Ihc establishing of a slate civil service system Auto Hits Bridge Iowa Driver Killed MONT1CELLO UPI tinnc to work for a summit Bohlken 45 killed Monday night when his car hit a bridge on 151 about fcrcnce Khrushchev blamed the United Stales for tension in the Far East He declared a zone of atomfree be created in the Far East and the entire Pacific Ocean area three miles south of here The hit one side of the bridge and then bounced across the roadway and hit he olher side Bohlken was alone r   

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