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Lawton Constitiution (Newspaper) - October 5, 1956, Lawton, Oklahoma Pregnant Woman Kidnaps Tiny Boy THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post at Law ton Except Saturday VOLUME 45 18 PAGES THIRD AND A AVE LAWTON OKLA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1956 AP WIREPHOTO SINGLE COPY EDITION MOTHER REUNITED WITH STOLEN BABY Mrs Lois Bucher 21 cuddles her sen Ronald Joseph after police recovered the child unharmed in a Chicago home today Police found the baby with Mrs Gladys Bynum 24 AP Wirephoto Baby Stolen By Desperate Woman Is Found Unharmed CHICAGO A young wife told police today she wanted a baby so much that she stole Ronald Joseph from his crib last night The baby was found unharmed Mrs Gladys in Die apartment she shares with her husband Charles in the same southwest side area where child was kidnaped 1 wanted a baby so much I just slie lold Capt Patrick Mrs Bynum and the baby were laken police to confront Money Policies Hit By U S Sen Mike today blamed the tight money policies for failure to finance the southwest and its light fisted cies for putting a balanced budget ahead of national security Addressing the Friday forum luncheon of the Lawton Chamber of Commerce Sen said the future looks rosy for Sill and predicted the land expansion program would be settled after he election Sill Needs Outlined Noting that more than SI million had been appropriated for nent installations at Fort Sill this year and another million is con- in 1957 Sen said it is imperative that the space needs of The Artillery and Missile Center be met at earliest possible time Sen said that slowly and gradually permanent tion is bring added at Army installation to keep Fort Sill one of the leading posts of the nanon The Oklahoma senator reviewed the land fight in Congress and said only two senators and no opposed the transfer of refuge land to the Army Must Have Range However we later found the law didn't mean anything he said Wildlife people took the stand that they didn't have ity to make the transfer Until adequate ranges are ed he declared the status of Fort Sill as a permanent leader in its field will be in doubt He expressed the wish that all people in southwest Oklahoma could realize how important Fort Sill mission is in national defense I have no doubt that once the election is over we will be able See MIKE Page 9 infant's mother Mrs Lois 21 Airs Bynum's story affirmed of Mrs relating how women mot in a store it Mrs said slip had worn a dress and padding lo make her friends think she was expecting a baby of her own She was not pregnant j she said Thp child's abduction set in lion a search of the by 100 I police me n The baby's Mrs Lois Burner 21 told police she had mc HIP woman described as about 22 and an expectant in a store near her Southwest Side home yesterday afternoon She said the woman a stranger admired her baby Joseph and expressed hope hers would as beautiful When the woman told her she was feeling ill Mrs Bucher her to her lo rest until you feel bettor Mrs Bucher told police the woman told her her name was i Gladys and she lived in sub- 1 urban Cicero She added the j an confided she want the baby she because I See KIDNAPING Page 2 Jet Crash Feared Men Missing AIR FORCE BASE Wash Scorpion jets carrying four men crashed night on the brush and covered Olympics Peninsula America's lasl frontier It was nol known whether the four airmen parachuted to safety the Air Force said A ground cue parly headed into ex- rugged area today The wo planes each carrying a pilot and a radar observer in a flight easl of the little Indian of Neah Bay at the northern tip of the peninsula 120 miles northwest of Seattle Ike Deplores Presidential Limit WASHINGTON said today he does not as entirely wise the con- amendment bars a third presidential term Eisenhower milking no attempt to apply his remarks to his own j CUSP said he believes by and large the people should be able o choose as president anybody they want regardless of the ber of terms In lie lold a news conference that there have bren objections that j Ibis might concentrate power in one individual But he said he has the utmost confidence in the j j range judgment of the American people i Most or his meeting with re- porters WHS devoted as can be expected these days to politics There were a few questions on domestic and foreign policy sprinkled in under questioning said he likes he likes lo get out and sec the people instead of jus I getting re- ports On of And he said he is on the road of truth and on the high road or road This was an obvious jab Democratic opponents who have been accusing the GOP ol taking the low at times during the political war I Eisenhower also batted back at the Democratic presidential inee E Stevenson on the civil rights issue He said that in the armed forces his administration ended gation by taking the bull by the horns He did concede that the Democrats had done something in that direction But he also said that there had been about the problem for all the 45 years he was in service Picture The President said that Vice j President Nixon when discussing the campaign with him yesterday didn't specify the Republican i strong and weak points He said I told him the whole picture i was most encouraging Eisenhower added that the vice I president who has just returned from a tour reported the most enthusiastic and largest crowds of his career with the ple happy except in spots where there were questions about farm problems or depressed areas As for his own campaigning said it hadn't gone along at the level he had that he had hoped he could use a completely expository approach rather than engage in debate Among the items that came up j during the question and answer i Told thai he had in- in a speech in Lexington Ky this week that he had gested the possibility of a tax cut in the next year or so Eisenhower said that he wouldn't classify the chances as bright or right around the corner H-BOMB It would be foolish the President said to stop uni- See IKE Page 2 Dodgers Take Lead urns Beat Yanks n Second Series Game Crashes South Of March Air Base RIVERSIDE Calif W The sheriff's office reported that a big Air Force bomber crashed today south of March Air Force Base in the vicinity of the town of Ferris The plane a normally ries a crew of three but on some flights a fourth man rides CHECKING PLANS U.S Sen Mike left checks Fort Sill expansion plans with Brig Gen Paul A Gavan center assistant commandant of the Artillery and Guided Missile School and Frank Kitchens of the Lawton Chamber of Com- merce before today's forum luncheon in the Hotel main er was scheduled to tour Fort Sill later this afternoon Staff Photo Suit Brings Youths Cash LARGEST friendly damage suit settlement in manche county history was an- this in Super- ior court when Judge Robert S Landers approved an agreed judgment of in an Apache accident suit Judge Landers said it was the largest agreed judgment in a friendly law suit in this county Under terms of the agreed was awarded lo Kenneth A Boydslun 15 and was awarded to his in Dennie E Boydstun Kenneth brought the suit through his father Edward stun while Dennie filed suit through his father Harold stun The judgments were awarded against Ralph Cochran Elliott owner of Apache Motor Co BOYS were injured last Nov 6 about p.m when their motor scooter collided with a Chevrolet pickup truck driven by Elliott at the intersection of Walnut and Floyd in Apache The defendant was accused of operating his vehicle at a gerous speed and failing to yield right-of-way to another vehicle which had already entered the intersection Kenneth was hospitalized at Southwestern hospital for 10 days and later was returned for an stay for treatment of facial injuries a fractured vis and other injuries The judgment in his favor in- cludes for hospital bills for doctors bills and lor loss of his scooter DENNIE received fractures of the neck pelvis and back plus facial and other injuries His award includes for doctors bills and for pital bills He remained in the hospital six weeks Attorney John VV Tyree sented the defendant and his in- surance agency while attorney T D Nicklas of the firm soe Nicklas and Chrisman handled negotiations for the plaintiffs Criminal Court Docket Is Pared Three of the 18 criminal cases originally set for trial in an coming Superior court session were taken from the docket this ing during arraignment before Judge Robert S Landers Judge Landers continued until next Wednesday arraignment in 11 other cases Taken from the docket for the upcoming session were cases against Clarence ed with passing a felonious bogus check J L Henderson charged with attempting to obtain money under false pretenses and John Reece Jr charged with passing a felonious bogus check Cases against Woodson and derson were remanded lor inary hearing before justice of peace courts The defendants had earlier waived preliminary ing but did not have legal sel at that time Reece asked the court to con- his case until another of court He has been in jail more than six months Arraignment was continued un- til next Wednesday for Chico Cor- tez charged with second-degree burglary Lloyd Laslovich degree burglary Kenneth Short second-degree forgery Jose L second-degree burglary Christobel and Perez sault with a dangerous weapon and Ernest Salazar second de- gree burglary Also Marvin Albert Hill ed with leaving the scene of an Theodore Edwards Jr forgery Grady liam Moore armed robbery and See COURT Page 2 Time Bomb Kills Nine In Algeria ALGIERS time bomb ex- in a bus near Algiers day killing nine Algerians and wounding a dozen The explosion occurred w h i 1 e the bus was stopped at a military checkpoint The explosion occurred as re- ports reached 8 French soldiers and 16 Algerian rebels were slain in a clash just across the Tunisian border National League Champions Overcome Early Bomber Lead Bessent Wins In Relief BROOKLYN New York blew a early lead today as the battling Brooklyn Dodgers fought back to grab the second game of the World Series in a wild contest that gave the National League champions a edge in the series Don Bessent picked up the victory in relief as he held the Yankees lo two runs after coming on in the third inning to replace Ed Roebuck was lifted for a pinch hitter in the Dodger second The Yankees used seven pitchers with Tom Morgan taking the loss The Yankees scored five runs in the top of the second and with the Dodgers six the two teams tied the single inning scoring record of the World Series set in 1929 by the Philadelphia Athletics and the Chicago Cubs The Yankees took an early lead with a single run in the first and a splurge in the ond featuring Yogi Berra's grand j slam home run But Brooklyn j came back to tie it up in the torn of the same inning with six runs including a homer i by Duke Snider NEW WEAPON Little John artillery missile which weighs less than pounds is shown during Army demonstration at White Sands Proving Ground N M today The diameter rocket may be to troops and fired without special handling gear Capable of atomic warhead use and with range of 10 miles or over is supersonic so that enemy troops cannot hear or see it AP Wirephoto Army Developing ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND Md The Army is de- new atomic weapons that are expected to reduce its ence on air force fighter planes for battlefield support Among them is a relatively lightweight 175 mm cannon which can fire atomic shells The new cannon is a marked contrast to the cumbersome 280 mm atomic cannon of which the Army was so proud only a few years ago The 175 mm cannon was in- cluded in a group of weapons demonstrated here Thursday for about members and guests of the American Ordnance tion The weapons can fire atomic explosives from a few miles to most 200 miles ahead of troops at the battlefront Vital Factor The weapons are a vital factor in current Pentagon discussions about reducing the planned size of the Air Force Such manpower cuts would fall heaviest en the Tactical Air Command the Air Force team that works closest with the Army Some experts believe that the 175 mm cannon would play a role in knocking out field targets much more bombers Redstone Ready At Thursday s demonstration the Army also announced that its Redstone missile will soon take its place in the nation's ar- senal Maj Gen John B Medaris chief of the Huntsville Ala Army ballistic missile agency claimed that the Redstone is completely j immune to any presently known sals has submitted his resignation types of countermeasures or de- to take a job with a local salvage fenses company now assigned to expensive Council Firemen Conclude Parleys City councilmen late this ing concluded individual ences with discharged city men who are seeking to be re- stored to their former jobs Mayor C R Ellsworth said ilar conferences were held late last night but added that none of dismissed firemen have been since Wednesday night when four were returned to their jobs The mayor said minutes of the meetings with the individual men will be studied and the cil will do its best to fill present vacancies with best men we have available Not all of the dismissed firemen will be able to get their jobs back After 23 firemen were dismissed for participating in a labor union the council filled eight vacancies by adding new firemen Mayor Ellsworth said this ing that the first man in be re- hired following the mass Brooklyn made it in the added two more in the seventh and another pair in the eighth The Yankees made their last counter in the ninth in a futile last-minute bid FIRST INNING YANKS McDougald rolled out Reese to Hodges Slaughter rapped a single past Hodges his fourth hit in the ries Mantle raised a routine fly to Snider Berra walked on four pitches Collins rifled a single over ond scoring Slaughter Bauer popped to Gilliam One run two hits no errors two left on a full count Reese on a hit and run play lifted a soft pop up to McDougald behind third and Gilliam had to scurry back to avoid being bled Snider walked on pitch Robinson grounded sharply to Martin who stepped on third and threw to Collins doubling up inson No runs no hits no errors one left Gary Wavers Craig Case The Redstone can fire either He is Clarence Hill who was re- conventional or warheads last Tuesday night and has a reported range of up to I On Wednesday night the council 200 miles restored to their former jobs and ranks Capr T B Robison Woody INNING YANKS Martin beat out a scratch single Coleman sacrificed Larsen lined a single over head scoring Martin McDougald bounced a single past Hodges Larsen stopping at second Slaughter forced McDougald Larsen stopping at third Mantle walked on four pitches to load the bases Berra hit a grand slam home run over the right field screen It landed in the parking lot across the street It was Berra's seventh World Series homer the fifth grand slammer in World Series history Newcombe was replaced by buck Collins went out Gilliam to Hodges Five runs four hits no errors none left DODGERS Hodges singled to right for the first Brooklyn hit Collins fielded Amoros er but dropped he ball Hodges reaching second and Amoros first on the error Furillo walked to load the bases Campanella lined to Slaughter Hodges scoring Dale Mitchell a left-handed ter batted for Roebuck Mitchell fouled to Martin Gilliam walked on a lull count to load the bases again Stengel motioned Kucks in from the bull pen The count lo ran to 3 and 2 Reese fell away from an inside pitch but the ball nicked his bat for a foul Pee Wee rammed a single over Martin's head scoring and Furillo Gilliam ping at second That brought gel out again The manager See WORLD SERIES Page 9 OKLAHOMA CITY UP Sam Lattimore assistant at- torney general said today he believes the indictment of Jenk Craig executive ant to Gov Raymond Gary is not based on conclusive dence but that tlie indictment of State Sen John Russell is justified OKLAHOMA CITY fUP Raymond Gary shaken by the in- of his executive aide Jenks Craig said today he wants lo talk with assistant Attorney General Sam Lattimore before de- ciding whether to suspend Craig from his job Lattimore assisted the Wagoner county grand jury which indicted Craig and State Sen John Russell in connection with the Wagoner county relief scandals Meanwhile Republican U.S ate nominee Douglas McKeever charged today that Sen Mike roney his opponent should bt defeated solely on the basis of de- in Wagoner county The Wagoner indictments go far beyond the individuals in- McKeever said They are an indictment of the whole corrupt mess in the state capital and of the politicians who tute the leadership of the cratic party in this state Russell Aided Senator Russell was Senator county manager in 1950 and the primary election returns of that year according to the papers show that Senator roney won the first primary on the absentee ballot count The people wonder how long these ing irregularities have been going on and how long they are to con- Gary told his press conference it is hard for him to understand how there could be grounds for in- of Craig Mr Craig has no connection with the emergency relief Gary said He is far re- moved from it The governor had said earlier he would suspend anyone on his staff or under his supervision who might be indicted but he ed a decision in Craig's case Gary was somewhat testy at his news conference and old ers he didn't want to discuss the matter further until talking with Lattimore McKeever Hits Silence McKeever jumped into the oner county scandals as his senate race with began ing up The leaders of Democrat parly have been strangely silent said the young Enid attorney Do they condone the things that in Wagoner Do they approve of relief funds being used lo pay election Do i they approve of the governor who refuses to suspend his indicted ex- 200 Police Hunt Killer Johnson Richard O Tannery and John Newman Some Old Story Fair Dry Skies NEW ROCHELLE More than 200 policemen hunted Forecasters today said the from door-to-door in a residential ton area's weather would bp con- area with orders fair with little temperature Thursday night for the change through Saturday ed slayer of a young Scarsdale i Temperatures are expected to patrolman The searchers in teams of 10 turn cooler by Sunday and warm Tuesday according icar who wounded officer i tu Chares Ackerly 32 when he tried to halt the vehicle Continued fair with little Ackerly was shot in the chest change high today low near the border of New Rochelle 90s low tonight 58 today's low located in Westchester County 11 reading 88 which adjoins New York City day's high 95 Wind Picks Up Youth Door Tosses Both Out Of Trailer A boy received a brain concussion and less serious injuries early this morning when he was literally lifted by wind from a two-wheel trailer on which he was riding Hospitalized at Memorial hospital was Donald ly son of Mr and Mrs John Lively who live five miles east of Lawton The mishap occurred at today Trooper John Duke reported Duke said Jimmie Lock 1110 New York was driving a car towing the trailer when the accident occurred The Lively boy was sitting on a door stacked with other lumber on the trailer when wind lifted the door and boy and threw them out of the trailer and onto the highway Lively was reported in satisfactory condition late this morning The attending physician said nc fractures were found
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