Gladys Faye Littell Vanaman

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lotH'A"wTNNjss.N,r;M.?:,.M. Hospffifiz After Couple Charged Couple Arrested With 'Kidnaped' Baby TAMPA. Fla. tPt A maniMrs. mmt 'nman ur arrested here of a St. yesterday with an infant reported-! reported-! reported-! when she ly kidnaped in St. Louis, but they that day. insisted the motner gave up me -hiM -hiM willinelv. Picked ud in a stolen automobile by FBI agents were Claude Allen. 44, ?iew AlDany, r-a.. r-a.. r-a.. nu n Joanne Elizabeth Strickland, 28 TtarthnlnmeW COUntV. Ind With them was nine-month-old nine-month-old nine-month-old nine-month-old nine-month-old Tvmiam Rav Vanaman J firmH and in rood health. He was taken to Tampa municipal hoxnital. The FBI said Mrs. Vanaman reported the baby disappeared May 17 while entrusted to the arc of Mrs. Strickland as a baby sitter. sitter. There has been no demand for ransom. Both Charged Roth Allen and Mrs. Strickland were charged with kidnaping and Interstate transportation of a stolen automobile. They were held in Hillsborough county jail here in default of $10,000 bond each after a hearing before U. a. commis inner pul Pinkerton. Pintertnn said Mrs. Strickland testified Mrs. Vanaman asked her to care for the baby because Mrs Vanaman was expecting another rhild. Mrs. Strickland said Mrs Vanaman knew she could get the baby back whenever she wanted him, but that she had never asked for him. The commissioner said Allen testified he was present when Mrs. Strickland took charge of the baby and he corroborated her statement that it was understood she. was to keen the child until the "'mother asked for him. Allen said he was not a partner in the reported ar rangement to care for the baby, however. The mother. Mrs. Gladys Vanaman. Vanaman. told federal authorities in St. Louis Mrs. Strickland agreed to care for the child for the day while Mrs. Vanaman went to work as a waitress, i Mrs. Vanaman said the couple, whom she had known as Mr. and Jack Allen, had checked out Louis Motel with the boy returned from work Woman Repulses . 28. sNight Attacker Southside Mother Awakened, Struggles With Negro Intruder A South Nashville mother fought off an attacker in the bedroom of her home last night, police re ported. Sgt. Bob Justice, who with other officers, investigated the attack attempt, said the woman, about 50, told them the man was a Negro. , Sergeant Justice said the attempted attempted assault occurred in the bedroom of the one-story one-story one-story dwelling. Roomers, aroused by the woman's screams, phoned police. The woman, emotionally upset, was taken to a hospital where she was treated and released. ' , "The woman said she had retired for the night, but had left the outside outside door open, because her daughter daughter had not come home from work yet," Justice said. Justice said the woman told him she heard a noise and thought at first that her daughter had come home, but discovered there was a man in her room. She began screaming, Justice said, and afte a short struggle, the man started toward the door. The woman struggled with him all the way to the front door, Jus tice said, trying to hold him until help came. At least five others saw the as sailant as he left the house and can identify him. Justice reported. I :-5, :-5, :-5, .i h si " pi AP Wirephoto TAMPA, Fla. William Ray Vanaman, 9-month-old 9-month-old 9-month-old 9-month-old 9-month-old child, is held by nurse Kate Smith at Municipal hospital here. The child was taken to the hospital by FBI agents who had arrested arrested a couple and charged them with kidnaping the boy from his mother in St. Louis several weeks ago. President Splits With Taft (Continued From Page One) the joint chiefs named by former President Harry S. Truman main tain the cuts would place this na tion well below the minimum strength needed to defend against a possiDlc attack. At a policy meeting this week senate Republicans decided to ask Eisenhower to give his assurance that the cuts would not cripple the nation s defenses. Can Give Assurance" Asked for comment on this Eisenhower said he certainly could give that assurance 1 as of this moment. He went on to say that he and his advisers are dealing with equations equations in which every factor is un kno.w., that they have had to make

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  1. The Tennessean,
  2. 29 May 1953, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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