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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 Ottlcs 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 month-old 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 broun-hairod young wife told police today she wanted a baby so much that she stole month-old Ronald Joseph Buchcr from his crib last night. The baby was found unharmed ivith Mrs. Gladys Bymim. in Die basemen! apartment she shares with her husband, Charles, in the same southwest side area where Ihe child was kidnaped. "1 wanted a baby so much I just iook slie lold Capt. Patrick Dcele, Mrs. Bynum and the baby were laken police to confront Ihe GOP's Money Policies Hit By Monroney U. S. Sen. Mike Monronoy today blamed the naliona; adminislra- tion's "tight money" policies for failure to finance the southwest iurnpike and its "light fisted" poli- cies for putting a balanced budget ahead of national security. Addressing the Friday forum luncheon of the Lawton Chamber of Commerce. Sen. Monronoy said the future looks rosy for For! Sill and predicted the land expansion program, would be settled satisfac- torily "after (he election." Sill Needs Outlined Noting that more than SI million had been appropriated for perma- nent installations at Fort Sill this year and another S6 million is con- templated in 1957. Sen. Monroney said it is imperative that the space needs of The Artillery and Guicleo Missile Center be met at Ihe earliest possible time. Sen. Monroney said that slowly and gradually permanent construc- tion is bring added at Ihe 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 rep- resentatives opposed the bill auth- orizing 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 author- ity to make the transfer." Until adequate ranges are assur- 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 Ihe 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 Euchcr, 21. Airs. Bynum's story affirmed tlia! of Mrs Buchfr. relating how llu- H'.o women mot in a store yes- it aflernoon. Mrs. B> said slip had worn a malernily 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 mo- lion a search of the by 100 I police me n. The baby's molher, Mrs. Lois Burner. 21. told police she had mc( HIP woman, described as about 22 and an expectant molher. in a store near her Southwest Side home yesterday afternoon. She said the woman, a stranger, admired her baby. Rxmald Joseph, and expressed Ihe hope hers would b y Tuesday, according icar who mortallv wounded officer i tu Chares Ackerly, 32, when he tried AfCB WCatnCr to halt the vehicle. _ Continued fair with little tem- Ackerly was shot in the chest perature change; high today low near the border of New Rochelle, 90s; low tonight 58; today's low located in Westchester County, 55: 11 a.m. reading 88; yester- which adjoins New York City. day's high 95. Wind Picks Up Youth, Door, Tosses Both Out Of Trailer A 15-year-old 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 Live- ly, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lively, who live five miles east of Lawton. The mishap occurred at a.m. 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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