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Findlay Morning Republican (Newspaper) - December 20, 1927, Findlay, Ohio 4 w ' t tk tnnH Un 4eUTr kls ler It mt B 1J0 wn NO. 51 DECEMBER 20, 1927 hMi to kli Had Set Last Night as Limit of Effort to TO OXYGEN RUNS to Pump Air to Plucky if as Line 19 Six men Imprisoned In torpedo room of the hour they had set tbe last that could unless help tbe message tapped out In the international code on bull of prison than 100 feet below the surface of tba they sent word to the 8-8, of that they had enough oxygen to last only until S o'clock When the waa picked up by tha oscillator of the fleet was standing to to Air to pump air Into the had and the aix hope of life pended entirely on how long oi 4ygaa-*oW were unable to go down sunken submarine today ef kas vre eC te mMe trials ef Hevry aad state Vrei F. coart a ta eae ef Se tte aad tke Mkate tke fW te Its own BATHE TO BE AIRED Men Battle With Traffic is Badly tki Is Skinny Santas Must be to Join 1 Baota like practically else these daya It becoming waa too of m atram on the ot childhood to find a attenuated in toy and dumpy Santa stacking up about in that 8o now Santas in the tAw of the are as eye to to in else and kaa one of the Introduced year by George V. Santa's new la the Ohio ot His 50 Legislators Subpoenaed in Impeachment of his punish PAINTS Slayer Gestum Hm Bali How M Off Ml to 1 Terming the defender of hia honor and the of hla George Ream eluded the final plea la lla owa behalf with the that the Which for five had heard hia delenge ot maniacal free him or send hfm to the electric Flinch At you folks feel that under your sworn he shall be do your duty and the defendant will not cried stands before you the defender of honor the If that is Six Beast Dee kart aad landa of todar kf a kia na wild tka for halt aa kov wm akot and ky a a ttm n erate ott a truck parked la om of the OB a 4kat a aad loft by Aota flred hy aa it and plunged women the animai a piate aad waa killed MCE Sn IN MEXICO FOR Program Has Been Would Fit Angeles Police Find In It of Paper UTELY TO ENTER PLEA i FINDLAY Murderer Tells Court He Was aa lie for SPECIAL JURY VENIRE held tbe In political day the of to take Che of before the etaie criminal court of dono the the although I ism whoi afe known to te of the crew of 40 were Impeded delayed trains aad busses aad took in traffic SO mile an hour wind drove the snow into 9 above zero this pluck and hovered around that Lire any of the 40 men who went down when the sank after with the guard destroyer Paulding Saturday afternoon were still alive no one That those six Had at part of another day waa indicated by a radio message from the rescue I which said they had sent out as late as 2 P. M. that could be told earlier in the day waa that messages had been interchanged between divere men last night j and The men who and with apparent in the face of a terrible fate 1 tapped out in the Morse code the that came within the was Lieutenant Graham one of the four officers Snow fell most ot the Cleveland Street Railway company mobilized its entire force service laborers in an effort to keep The Cleveland Automobile club reported they had towed more than 300 cars from the They had either frozen or become snow trains from the east were running more than three hours railroad officials number of persons were injured in traffic FOR MARK PAST HALF of appeals to leMM a wrH of corpue to R. F. wiio challenged tiie right of Governor Henry S. Johnaton to order him 19. George R. U. S. and Captain Charles of plea that came to the The lact message early today il and emergency food supplies not be through tbe torpedo i communication A ' had been had rescued from a in tangled 100 feet beneath the the galo had kicked euch terrific waree that it waa to diving Itee to Meanwhile a was made led to even grarer fears for the men the The air throush which it had been 1 were being given ie breath waa not aa had been mine Falcon had hooked aa airline to a connection one of the two air on opening into the torpedo Tke mes lApa tbe valve of came waa Diver L. C. dowm to try to air lino with a lecond line on oa pago 1.) THREATEN TO KIDNAP CHICAGO Dea tila ofra thM letter to m 9. R. wealthy fa the guard aboat said they M IB IPK 0Q04tatly he played ara to aend and the or the break the present endurance of 52 22 and 31 The took at 8:23 a. m a David had argued that Governor wm automatically suspended lait week by the acceptance of Impeachment by He that the fact the hed not to suspend the until he brought to the constitution made The court held that if the acceptance ot chargee had served to he was still In since there had been no effort on the part of Lieutenant Govenor W. J. to tbe were today to Governor all members of the O. O. the confidential J. R. to governor and Mrs. Hammond's and of to in court tomorrow to to the SO members of the who were active in the were also as to thank Merry to bo at ota Piti qL nearly two hours with parading and the most part he wandered from point of nearly 1,000,Ofwor^ of evidence discussed the prohibition attacked the talked of his own record ae 19.(if) Colonel Charlee A. waa the gt tbe City municipali at a Mrge picnic held tMs at OH OD eide hy high the great crowd to the an weis hL Jury plet wai to by constant objections of the prosecution be waa court Death Friday Kept Faithful Look for Fourth law violation which sent him to the federal penitentiary in his He in hie own behalf through the inherent right of a defendant and not bis legal la E. followed Remua with a plea that the jury uke tbe defendant at his word aad him or free was Interrupted by of court until 10 a. m. before you Remua the said calmly as he opened plea for his in chair sat Remua the tiie outset he called the prohibition law of greatest criminal and legal abortions of all but for the Volstead law this defendant would not have been be asserted at another Te Jf defendant goes down to 4evMo to for Me American tour of tho through he goee down a martyr to a principle if you want to Uke a little iie started to aay hnt waa halted by a ruling from tbe bench that he was the wae atore an of the ot and any crime while in condition leH limits of 1 1 Rempf told Dec. when Dr. C. n. silent found death that overtook him laat Friday and became known only today the spirit ot Benjamin self styled seventh aad king of the of David still rules the ot that ia mortal of the man who taught his that he waa tonight on heads of een occupied both day aad night with bla Breo his close baa put with the can be s secondary little while 1 tbe biggest thing in tbe world for us the executive and the American W. iK to face of la many an hour overtime tO up with rhe of. and other official of the American have done their share of overtime work ai they have had difficulty in dp strictly td the best or diplomacy in keeping of City from ing their desires to equip Col wl with erery of a well-dressed man's has thank colonel thank and colonel haa all the neckties he are tn Dec. IS vacant believed by police to been headquarters ef tbe murderer of 12-year-old Marian Parker the early sUgea of the kidnaping was here suspected house is close to the spot where the slayer night collected 11.500 from the M. and left the child's torso ia a Bean of Detectives Cahill and Police Commissioner Thorpe announced had discovered in the bouse a scrap ot with the word barely legible upon Informed the officers that two men and a woman ing the of the of the crime moved out of the house daya Cahill said the hoase had every of having beea deserted of a mystery Ui have been tbe oC the of the ' Death Kerne raid by the police early today on a two story houee in the same block the kidnaper Names Xre cn Lilt to Called for Service in he He nol Keien given an opportunity to engage an Jolm indicted for first degree to plead one way or the other before Common Pleas William F. Duncan when arraigned late court then instructed the clerk to record a plea of and the prisoner remanded to his cell in the For TrUl trial waa at Jan. 9, the earliest and the venire of 75 wai drawn stated that it waa his to try to engage Charles H. of who acted as attorney for bootleg who is on trial for of big wife IB alleged and ganman plainly showed his when Ukea Hia thai Leslie Ml The accused reiterated that he city while in the eity jail to engage and mentioned the name of Marion 0. of calls at the On DeC. her son's own Mrs. L. Lindbergh tarried 'n her Page 10) body has 1, from their belief that ariae it ia against the to touch the dead It waa teaching that he had been chosen to lead 144.00e of the elect to everlasting life on Purnell who iron cot in his chambers In I traght the law with administration of la of The faithful believe in aad await the rising from the which they 4Wsart-wm-4ak<M>] before the fourth day kla firm were they ih their that though temporal rule had ended he from the they with health to leave hla body for at least anther 14 hours ua the H. T. ony aad devout with Dr. P. J. health officer of Beaton cannot and iia it not tird overtook fourth he Dr. after an granted 11:30 a. laat made much of the failure to prove the it alleged in Hs Tbe prosecution it would show that on page defeated it in two criminal two sooQ were to heen brought aa the Only few weeka ago colony had keek ordered into R. of the was ordered from the that waa daHL W. a kr a trat that she would leave at for Benton 0n tka body It hart fbf She she wasted to It from an marked the custom said fo be followed at the Saturday in exchange for a ransom bt evidence the had been put to death there and her body Lillian 23, was at tbe address after police had been told she up and down the didn't kill I didn't kill they did in Lhe house was released after Possibly Within tbe house police discovered towels that appeared to be and stains on a Several rasor were found and on the wall wm a of Judas who wan mentioned in of tbe letters sent by the kidnaper to 22, aon of a who was acquainted with Marian and been forbidden to her by bcr was tbe men suspects was Gay lord 34 who waa placed under Foeter eald hMl night tbat ha word to eee bim kMt Priday at confer wi the la to divolge the name of bia but that It was not ia reported to bave tbat Marta bad told bim fhat he must tako the mattar up Police Chief toid the tbat Leelie fead BonnasI te of Leslie wae mg to of fba believed tbe most the la a any to the murderer of verbal tilt with of Fugitive Fits That of Murderer of Marian Dec. 19 new clew today by The Leslie to plead His set to begin Jan. 9. be had telephoned to radio stations representing himself the Kidnaper and reward As were te Barnaman waa a and had no with the said record would bear lU had been disowned by bis bat was at when The was preparing to move when Mrs. denied she lived 12. in Los Angeles clew based on Information given hy a man here whose name was who be tiad been of % jwong man whose very c that of the the caretaker told from a sanitarium where he had for mistreatment of E. and ki tto change of hot shots Is to harp called tbe a of two found in at the tima be wis tbo wardrobe al effects of tbe la precipitated the tkat IM be gMi USUI the triaL fte bo whose name also wm last heard from when telephoned bis here from Saa He asked tbat seat bat refused to Hr was declared mystery detectives teld she was a Elks are Santa i was taken from Stage last at Laa aa a were viewed at late today by Mary of tho Mount High but ahe waa to identify any of them as the man who lured from the last Thursday that her father wae 111. Car Thp a Findlay Saturday for the the experienced biggest are fa tor aid for UM * of left San Diego in a stolen and not to have been heard froaf The caretaker revealed also that the young man who bad been in bis charge was well of Police C. who described the ae a awn of was ths most logical yet A checkup ot tbe home here of the parents the Webb tbe family had not seen tbe son In more a ordered tbe given to the Loe and extended that DEFENDANTS AT AHE BOUND in a perking lot near Where killer delivered tke body to her waa NOv. 7 from Dr. Herbert L. of at the on page than IM land are by a robbers held op a kors field a a ffo MP laat 1>WV-Devfd V. 0. waa klUed here today ky a driven by H. 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