Findlay Morning Republican, December 20, 1927

Findlay Morning Republican

December 20, 1927

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Findlay Morning Republican (Newspaper) - December 20, 1927, Findlay, Ohio Chi Ö ■ Í T-T »f. 4 w ' « ST He fee4etk tske«! « ie> eclved h^art t tk tnnH Un asUe, tfeftt k« «naot 4eUT«r kls sovl, ler mt« It tk«n mt B 1J0 !■ wn rirkt kai4t •^Intek ua». VOL. XLII. NO. 51 Tu^y, Fair; Wednesday, cloudy, le» ookf FINDUY, (mà, TUËSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1927 Im&ftMl ffar I Jf^Hlf WltJl M» fricfléit «Mit WkvMTflTltltSl hMi to kli . ^mimSSS] TO MENINVESSELON SEAFIOORPASSE!; Six Had Set Last Night as Limit of Life; Effort to TO Tltigm THEIR OXYGEN RUNS LOW Effort to Pump Air to Plucky ViotimB if Lo«t as Line Provef Faultj. PROVINCETOWN, Majss . Inc.; 19—— Six men Imprisoned In til» torpedo room of th« «unken •ubmarin* S'>4 tooigbt TMched the hour they had set a« tbe last that ihey could aurviv« unless help reaced them. In tbe message tapped out In the international code on tb« ateel bull of tbeir prison mor* than 100 feet below the surface of tba ocean, they sent word to the 8-8, siater «hip of the/S-4, that they had enough oxygen to last only until S o'clock tonight. When the m«Mag« waa picked up by tha oscillator of th« S-8, the rescna fleet was standing by. ij9w«rl«es to aid. Eltort to Pb«r Air Fan«. Etforls to pump air Into the ill-f^ed S-4 had prerlously failed, and the aix nea'e hope of life de-' pended entirely on how long tbeir owtt eupply oi 4»ygaa-*o»W last. Divers were unable to go down sunken submarine today be-cawe of Senater Jfoe <1. WUIlaaa, ef Pevfs TaUer, Okla, kas kM« nmmßA vreilitBt vre teaper« eC tke/OMÍfcei* geaat« te mMe at/tke tepaaekneiit trials ef Ge^eraer Hevry jekaalea aad etker state eAckilf. Vrei F. Braasen, ekJef aapraM coart liBtlce« I« a «efeaiaiat ta eae ef Se UaMaetaient eüM, tkereky diéaaallfïliiff »11 tte Jastiaat aad flvhiv tke Mkate tke fW te aaaie Its own tresldtaf eMeer. OMNIA BATHE TO BE AIRED TODAYCIEVEIAND STORM 1,000 Men Battle With BKz-ianfs Snow; Traffic is Badly Hl^mpered., < al* tloa iHth tki ^WHat Is Mag Long, Skinny Santas Barred; Must be Fat, Oumiiy, to Join Union COLtTMBXJS. C., Dee. 1«— Baota Oana. like practically eTerytbtng else these daya It becoming «tandardised. It waa too mneli of m atram on the faltk ot childhood to find a alx-fook attenuated Krlsi Krfngle in thfe toy atore, and short, dumpy Santa stacking up about four-feet-four in that one. 8o now Santas "personal in the tAw wtmm of the alat« are a» »Uk-ed wltk as eye to llkeneaa to tkefr aatat in else and looka. Thia kaa >«10 one of the In-noratlona Introduced thl« year by George V. Sheridan, Santa's new ''eAdeney «gpert," whoae offlelal tftie la dtreetor-maaafer e< the Ohio CouAflll ot RetaU Iferehaata. Governor, His Secretary, 50 Legislators Subpoenaed in Impeachment Case. . ' • ^ ^ laanctUy of his bom OKIiABIOUA. «TT, OW«., Dec^ wime, punish blm. JURY PAINTS SELF E Wife Slayer Shoutip Uapi, Parades, Gestum Oyring MANY OBiecnONt MADE Dtfenda&t Olw Hm Bali How M Off Ml to IM» dNCINNATI, Dee. 1»— Terming himeelf the defender of hia honor and the aaafetltf of hla home, George Ream to^ «oa* eluded the final plea la lla owa behalf with the requeft that the Jury, Which for five eweeka had heard hia delenge ot "tranaltory maniacal insanity," free him or send hfm to the electric chair. **Woii't Flinch At Death.** *'If you folks feel that under your sworn duty, he shall be electrocuted, do your duty and the defendant will not flinch." cried Remus. "He stands before you the defender of hi» honor aifd the home. If that is a BuDRunaWiklin Paade^; Six Hurl; Beast Slain PRlX^DBLraiA. Dee —SIz peraofti wer* kart aad thou* landa of ahopp^ tarroT'etrfekea todar kf a kia Wkkk na wild throngk tka dowatewa atraata for halt aa kov aatll » wm akot and kiUad ky a poUmaa. The hvll. a k«pa aaloiai wlth IMneh homa, krefca ttm n erate ott a truck parked la om of the W1rSaiteitiit»eetF*»*nettt OB a TMtfafa 4kat eo«rered a doien bloeka aad loft paAaatrlaaa aprawU ing. Maddaaad by Aota iantiMtly flred hy aoU^e aa it reare« and plunged tarongh eeatterlng non, women aadcblHlreii, the animai fiaally «raahed throngk a piate glaaa wladow aad waa killed hy ikOti. FAST MCE Sn IN MEXICO FOR UNDY Official Program Has Been Strenous; llaberdash-ers Would Fit Flier. mtNTUSE IS Los Angeles Police fte|l^t Find In It of Paper With PLACE UTELY VAOATEÛ Two Men, Wobmb Antwerin^r I>eioripiioa oí Suipaott, Bacaiit hun*t*s.ACCUSED REFUSES: TO ENTER PLEA i FINDLAY SLAYINGAUegeU Murderer Tells Court He Was ~ R^liBtf-Cwuisei aa lie ^ -peais for Arraigmieitt SPECIAL JURY VENIRE DRXWN l».-(ff)~<5oorta held tbe apotllght agaia ^oday In Oklaboma'« political dsvaw. The day nmrlud the eeoooA £a»-ura of effort» to take Che «ueatloo <)<t_TaJidlty of Jl!® «ailed knpeactamettt eeealon before the etaie criminal court of appeals 'by capping*, dono Itor^s?" Waa tíie queeUon uppermoee^in the mis4iL0f the men, although their .....a I ism tBitaab alx whoi afe known to te áitve oîît of the crew of 40 were showing lAàd today. Impeded trèfle, delayed trains aad busses aad took gev-en livea in traffic accidenta. A SO mile an hour wind i^om Lake. JJrle drove the snow into ........»■W mas ahoppers.^The tempei^ture r^ched 9 above zero this mdrn-«xtraerdlaary pluck and bad ^nj hovered around that most abmdoaed hope. Wtetker Otkera Lire Unteld. Whe^MT any othera of the 40 men who went down when the sub-marin« sank after colliaion with the coaet guard destroyer Paulding Saturday afternoon were still alive no one knew. That those six Had auTTired at leeat part of another day waa indicated by a : radio message from the rescue I fleet, which said they had sent out ; signal« as late as 2 P. M. today. All that could be told earlier in the day waa that messages had been interchanged between divere andthe imprieoDcd men last night j and today. The men who dclib-' erately and with apparent caim-' aees in the face of a terrible fate 1 tapped out in the Morse code the i' ^rd that came from' within the • esbmarine was Lieutenant Graham l^tch, one of the four officers -^eboard....................................... ef.the day. Snow fell most ot the day. The Cleveland Street Railway company mobilized its entire force service normal. of laborers in an effort to keep The Cleveland Automobile club reported they had towed more than 300 cars from the streets. They had either frozen or become snow bound. Railroad trains from the east were running more than three hours late, railroad officials reported. A number of persons were injured in midlp traffic accidents FLIGHT FOR ENDUflANCE MARK PAST HALF WAY Hie ortatíMl ooutt of appeals ^eeikied to leMM a wrH of babeae corpue to R. F. Went«, wiio challenged tiie right of Governor Henry S. Johnaton to order him returned ittA SAN FRANCISCO, Dee. 19.— —Lieutenant George R. Pond, U. S. N., and Captain Charles Kingalord-Snrfth of AttstraMar^-today-paased Ole plea that came to the res- xa<rs Ijlat night. The lact message T-ecetred early today aaked il oiy-gftt and emergency food supplies ohaM not be ^uabed through tbe torpedo tube. i 'Then communication ceased. A ' «rer had been aeripusly injured. J^ttn had "^en rescued from a Ipfrilous posinon in tangled :i!]r<eekage 100 feet beneath the anr-fgee the galo had kicked ap^ euch terrific waree that it waa impoe-slble to oonUnue diving operationi. ^ Itee Befasei to Work. _ Meanwhile a dieoovery was made ifhich led to even grarer fears for , the men nnder the ocean. The air rilaa throush which it had been 1 tk««||^Jhey were being , given ; ni^Ba ie breath waa not function-iBf aa had been desired. The mine aweeper Falcon had hooked aa airline to a connection wHIi one of the two air llnea on ^ B«4 opening into the torpedo sVOMi. Tke mes laeide elgaalled tkal lApa «^ased tbe valve valv^Mrtead of lifr came in. It waa vhen Diver L. C. Mi-i ekn^ i»ent dowm to try to «onnect the' air lino with a lecond line on (OoBttned oa pago 1.) 3 LCTTERS THREATEN TO KIDNAP CHICAGO BOY IcnKUao. Dea Id-r-OPy-WUh tila x«écelpt ofra thM letter tkM* to kldna» Hei»e»t Peka, m 9. R. Déhs. wealthy mi»«^-tvirin unleM $6.000 fa paid, POUee t4«ay doahled the guard aboat the Jïftfkkora said they M tirv^iMi IB att^«vtomoblle^wat^ IPK ^ difid 0Q04ta«tly whil^ he played Bpvr tkelr koaM. Arraage-QMMta ara heüMT »ade to aend Hi^hart and the otiüer De^lwi ehll-d?i^out or the cMy. ^ l.o break the present endurance iiight of 52 hours. 22 mlnuts and 31 aeuonds. The atlaCots took ths idr at 8:23 a. m Sunday. ge oT^^beÄTlng a rio«. WeoU^ attorney. David Tasrt, had argued that Governor JeHnstoo wm automatically suspended lait week by the acceptance of bouae Impeachment chargcs by ta»e senate. He contemled that deepftte the fact the .senate hed yot-ed epeclfloally not to suspend the urovemor until he wa« brought to triel, the statf constitution made iuipeoelon mandatc^ry. The court held that ev»n if the acceptance ot chargee had served to snapend Goveraor JOhwstwn.. he was still go^ieraor In faot, since there had been no effort on the part of Lieutenant Govenor W. J. HolloaEfäF to asaume tbe office: Subpoenaes were Iseued today to Governor Johnston, all members of the Btaie supreoie court. Mre. O. O. Heimtiond«, the Governor'« confidential secretary; J. R. ArmslTong. oounsellor to the- governor and Mrs. Hammond's uncle, and ahtum-ber of Bdminietration employes, to esppear in diwtrkt court tomorrow to teet-ify rolatiVe to the preeent giluatipo. Approximately SO members of the legislature, who were active in brinfing the dmrges. were also ■eftlled. as iritnsea^s to sppffr iD. I thank you. Merry Chrfat-mas to you." ^la bo sa4d at the-end ota Piti qL nearly two hours with sheut-ffg. leaping, parading and gesüdr ulating. For the most part he wandered from point tirpoiat of-tke k record of nearly 1,000,Ofwor^ of evidence adduced, discussed the prohibition law, attacked the prof-Icuto^ra, talked of his own record ae « Ohit^o tK MEXICO CITY, Dee. 19.—(if»)— Colonel Charlee A. Undbergh waa the honoT fueet gt tbe Me»ioo City municipali oonincfl at a Mrge picnic held tMs alteraooti at Xochimileo^ OH «ihe ouMit« ^ th« «ity. riMked OD eMtier eide hy high munloipal dlgnftnHee, tnctadtog Mayw Aaituro Sagnaeìm, CMonel Uadhergh receivod • tnmendous d^lon TOT he way thiìoiigh the great crowd to the pie-nie vroonde where,. «ofpal ceremoalee. an elaMiat* weis eenred. Twifli hL „ maniacai taeanity." ^ ObleetloaR Plentlf«!. Remue' Jury plet wai flO.cut in« to by constant objections of the prosecution tj^it be waa outside R^ :hajra jcondMctedjCoiiDiiol Lindbergh dáatrlct court tomorrow. Purnell Death Friday Kept Seqret; Faithful Look for "Resurrection Fourth Day minutes. The profcibUion law violation which sent him to the Atlania federal penitentiary reeulted in his disbarment. He appMred in hie own behalf through the inherent right of a defendant and not bis legal Status. State Ceaasel la Plea. Carl E. Baaler. Aasietant Prosecutor? followed Remua with a plea that the jury uke tbe defendant at his word aad eleetrocute him or free h'.m. Biaaler was Interrupted by ad-^urnment of court until 10 a. m. tomorrow. "Here before you etands Remua the lawyer," said Rmnus calmly as he opened th« plea for his IKe. "Here in thi« chair sat Remua the defendant." .\t tiie outset he called the prohibition law "one of th« greatest criminal and legal abortions of all time." "Why but for the Volstead law this defendant would not have been here," be asserted at another po'.nt. **llartfr Te Caaee.** • Jf thi!« defendant goes down to «pportaafty to 4evMo Maaelf to for Me Cenmi American tour ehortly aflter Chrletaiaa. Ahateawot of tho alremioue paoee through whjch govemment officials oblivion, he goee down a martyr to a cause-^tbat principle wlUeh aayi if you want to Uke a little win«—** iie started to aay again, hnt waa halted by a ruling from tbe bench that he was out^de the evidence. linsanity wae aothiaf atore tbah an abnoTflMl eondUioB of the mind, inetantanepua.^ aeute ot ehranfe and any crime conuBitted while in tbat^ condition leH irltklp the limits of "tuansi^y ma^al -- 1 1 insanity," Rempf told the, Jitrora. benton Harbor. Mich., Dec. when Dr. C. n. Sowers, colony' AUhougii silent death,; physicianr found Pumell dead, the' J®..Iff £ death that overtook him laat Friday and became known only today the spirit ot Benjamin Pamell, self styled seventh meaaenger aad king of the Houae of David colony, still rules the faHbtal ot th* cult All that ia mortal of the man who taught his followare that he waa iaunortal reated tonight on an by heads of soTemmental depeit-ments, ^rlio tMive een occupied both day aad night with bla entertain-menl. Breo PreeMent Callee, his close aeeodate« e«y. baa put of-flci&i bualnees aafde with the eom-ment: "The govemmeot can be s secondary oansidera|tlon for* » little while a« Undbergh 1« tbe biggest thing in tbe world for us now." Both the Maatlcaii executive and the American JBiaftaaeador. Dwtght W. Morrow, iK exfMPted to face th« neceeeity of putttng la many an hour overtime tO caitch up with rhe aocumulaili» of. eomapond-en^^e and other official boainess. Eknploye« of the American em-bf/s«y have done their share of overtime work aireidy,'^ ai they have had irreat difficulty in conform! dp strictly td the best siaod-ard or diplomacy in keeping hab-erdauhers of Mexh» City from car-r> ing oirt their desires to equip Col wl Lindfbergb with erery ar-tU-le of a well-dressed man's ward-rnbp. \ "The roloTicI has »hoes, thank you": "The colonel ha« bate, thank you", and "The colonel haa all the neckties he wanta", are mpidly be-antnUfi' fitmilinr rfi»Dottnif.i> tn the LOS ANOBLES, Calif.i Dec. IS — (/P^A vacant house,, believed by police to have' been headquarters ef tbe murderer of 12-year-old Marian Parker dartng the early sUgea of the kidnaping plot, was discovred here tonigbtl The suspected house is close to the spot where the slayer Sator-day night collected 11.500 from the father, Uerry M. Parker, and left the child's torso ia a gutter. Faper Bean Tletlm*s ICaaie. Captain of Detectives Cahill and Police Commissioner Thorpe announced the> had discovered in the bouse a to^n scrap ot papM*, with the word "Marian" barely legible upon it. Neighbors Informed the officers that two men and a woman answer, ing the descrlptioil of the lupposed perpetilitors of the crime moved out of the house eeveral daya ago. Cahill said the hoase had every appearince of having beea deserted hasUly. ---------------------- DleeoYtry of a mystery liMae, hiUil«»d Ui have been tbe «oMe oC tk* kUliac. the ilttding of the ' traaaporttat iripirral iwjSk^ a wMten, .^weiri ffie ttn-gible rMuits today. ^ Thiak Death Kerne Feaa«. A raid by the police early today on a two story houee in the same block whe^ the kidnaper deiiv-chid'. ^Sevéntjr^^e Names Xre cn Lilt to hê Called for Service in FirtéHere* Angered hecaiise he claimi^d He nol Keien given an opportunity to engage an attorney, Jolm Leslie, indicted for first degree murder, refiiwd to plead one way or the other before Common Pleas JiMge William F. Duncan when arraigned late yesterday. The court then instructed the clerk to record a plea of '*not guilty'* and orderd the prisoner remanded to his cell in the jail. Plant For TrUl Made. Hi» trial dHte waa g^t at Jan. 9, the earliest pogsible time, and the ¡special venire of 75 namea wai drawn immediiUtty. I;«s1ie stated that it waa his Intentiona to try to engage Charles H. Elston, of Cincinnati, who acted as attorney for Georffe Refnna^the bootleg king, who is on trial for vtirdar of big wife IB Ciaeiimsti, The alleged alajrer and ganman plainly showed his ftelijiga when Ukea before'tbe judge. Hia knowMft e| Jtttiioeilfet ilained thai Leslie likd Ml mMTiI attorney. The accused reiterated that he h|[4 to^ Illl^ city Bcrtillion officer, while in the eity jail thttt# 'wMited to engage counscd and mentioned the name of Marion 0. Fofter. htuKtreds of tel-sphone calls at the «míbaeiy daily. Mr«. TJndbervk On Way. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., DeC. W— (yp)—Herself her son's own Ifcst Chrietmas present. Mrs. Brange-line L. Lindbergh tarried 'n her rcontinued óa Page 10) lujTBivMu« ivuitu ruiBcii - . _ —---T . ■ king'»" body has uul béeü HJWilUHl. 1, ^^BWr ftdfTgl Aside from their belief that Purneli ff «font, re will ariae it ia against the colony »«ngiiage «suâlly tot teachings to touch the dead , It waa Punell's teaching that he had been chosen to lead 144.00e of the elect to everlasting life on earth. In death, Purnell who suecess» iron cot in his chambers In Shiiob, I fuiiy traght the law with De-tke administration bailding of theiwhirst'e aid. la v^rfoua cItII ac-! Hbuse of David. The faithful attll believe in Pumeira teaichtngs aad await the rising from the dead, which they 4Wsart-wm-4ak<M>] before the fourth day e|t kla demiae. So firm were they ih their eoa« TKftioa that though Pumell's temporal rule had ended he wéitU rlae from the dead. tl|^t they pleadéd with health officiala to leave hla body uatouched for at least anther 14 hours "Giva ua .natii the fo«^ day," H. T. DeWWarat, «¿1« ony "CXKtnsel aad devout Pomell, pleiM with Dr. P. J. Donna, health officer of Beaton ipe^Ship. "Benjamin cannot die," illn)iit declared, and asserteA iia it not today-4he tird ^hnr^^^eath overtook him^hw tooHRhrow. fourth day." he aaid. Dr. Doote. after an examiaiition granted tìu ailditioaal delay. 'Since 11:30 a. m, laat Friday. printed. Safferfaifs AliCfed. Hemua made much of the «tate'a failure to prove the oOnaptracy it alleged in Hs opeaiag statement. Tbe prosecution asa«led ti^t it would show that M/s. Aimia w«a (Coatinued on page f.) tions. defeated it in two criminal a<^ona. l^e latter' two a^ons sooQ were to ha«e heen brought to former kMHahena««!^ colony, aa the ooaiplaliifaf wltneaaes. Only & few weeka ago Paraell's colony had keek ordered into reoHvership bl^^ Jadse Loaki R. Fend, of the cUtmit foovrt. ùd BenJanün hia»> setr. was ordered kaaMed from the colony. Featg ÜinBSflbeá Qiava, reeatpi oMub^^ phyaleiaa that ItíaT Benjaan^ Par»#U waa daHL Mrg. W. a WrêÊà «i îêOê dty. «MSkter kr a trat narriag«, s^tü that she would leave at ooce for Benton Lasaros aroae 0n .thet£bKrb^ t»-^aMBi tka body aa& krikf It hart fbf burial. She she wasted to sat« It from an ni^ marked grave, the custom said fo be followed at the coloa^ A olllcial, Saturday night, in exchange for a ransom bt $1,500, discloeed evidence thst the g'.rl had been put to death there and her body dismembered. Mrs. Lillian Padley. 23, was ar-reeted at tbe address after police had been told she wvsmnnlng up and down the atreet yelling: "I didn't kill her, I didn't kill her; they did it." Wflliam Long, fottnd hitosicated. in Lhe house was released after questioning. States Possibly Blesid. Within tbe house police discovered towels that appeared to be blood-stained, and ijerk stains on a carpet. Several rasor blade.«! were found and on the wall wm a pictur« of Judas lacariut, who wan mentioned in .sum«; of tbe ren-eom letters sent by the kidnaper to Marian'a fatbery Earl sm'.th, 22, aon of a den-, tint, who was acquainted with Marian and h«(i been forbidden to sef, her by bcr parent«, was one-of tbe men suspects held. Another was Gay lord Barnaman, 34« who waa placed under arrest 8 ESCAPED LUNAI Hr. Foeter eald hMl night tbat ha reoeifed word (hit Leelle «aat-ed to eee bim kMt Priday at the denied admÌasÌm^1^ confer wi the prleoner. Zagaffes la TOt. The «ttorney decliaed to divolge the name of bia frformant. but »aid that It was not OiBeer Marta. Leslie ia reported to bave ad-mitted tbat Marta bad told bim fhat he must tako the mattar up wlth Police Chief CN«at. Tb»cUél toid the ooort tbat Leelie fead aev-er mentk>ned BonnasI te klak The prelimlnaty arrafioaMat of Leslie wae nnaniiooaead. AedOrd* mg to attiebee of fba ikiiir«!!* believed tbe most promlslng ofjooe. the eccused ingagifl la a any to the murderer of MarJan¡iVery verbal tilt with PnMNWUtiOi Description of Fugitive Fits That of Murderer of Marian Parker. / .SANTA .MONICA. Oalif.. Dec. 19 —(('B'-A new clew which, police isee today by The Repuhliáinihat^ John Leslie refuaed to plead yesterday. His trial-was set to begin Jan. 9. ^ after be had telephoned to radio stations representing himself «s the Kidnaper and intiulred-about^ reward money. Bearded As «Cfaak."* lovestigatora were IncVned te believ« Barnaman waa a "crank" and had no c<mncction with the killing. PoUcA said Smith'» record would bear Investigating. lU had been disowned by bis parents, bat was at bom« when arrested. The fam'iy was preparing to move when ofncera arriveil. Mrs. PaJley denied she lived at i'arkcr. 12. in Los Angeles roported here. The clew wa,s based on Information given hy a man here whose name was withheld, who aaid be tiad been carctaker of % jwong man whose deecvriptiott very c lofiely_ tlttjsd, that of the kidnap-Ing fled- Tbo suspect, the caretaker told police; reoentiy eecaped from a sanitarium where he had been lodged for mistreatment of young ... ....... wasi-foba E. Prtddy and ki tto change of hot shots l«alla Is «1-leRed to harp called tbe proaseaDor a 'liar." Tbe «âpoelttên of two WWhWS. one^ found in LertteV raoaa las, Tex., at the tima be wis prehended «ná^ tbo «tkAT I» » wardrobe trank^pnesssstBj iMwaii al effects of tbe aeoteed, la «ali U have precipitated the arnifiit Leelle laalated tkat th* IM v<olv.erB be pi«oe4 nnder gMi USUI the triaL fte «lahaed bo «Mid lifwlucei e>ideno» Ip The suspect, whose name also . iBiiititiaaiii was withheld, wm last heard from ;Lj äböut aeren day» Jigo, when he^^'^J?^^^^^ telephoned bis parenU here from ll^S^^StS^èlîÂTw Saa Diego. He asked tbat money ^j^Sm^^StT be seat him, bat refused to gl« W bis address, Hr was declared to tbe mystery bouse, detectives aaid ^he teld she was a telsgropb operator. Plndlsy Elks are Viafiag Santa i „.f"'^^'®»''«*«»® If^i* » f^VTw. iriHWiM who was taken from an overland Stage last niiht at Laa Vegaa. Nevada, aa a auspect, were viewed at poMee headanartera late today by JCcs. Mary Holt, offlelal of tho Mount Temcsi luntar High School, but ahe waa nnatdo to identify any of them as the man who lured Mar!an nway from the echo<rt last Thursday witknTlfilT that her father wae 111. inai«s Car Peaai. Thp satomdtUe. a CbrySUr to Findlay Saturday for the kiddies of the cKy. The posioAoe experienced .its biggest day'a baidéew'yeeierâi^. "I'■'"> . Aittoists are egeiedtatly üew fa (etdag tlitfir 'new llasaae plates. Salvation Aemy laaaed an iigpg^l^ysyday tor aid for Ms CMoil UM Éim «Merdd Oleve-Sbdd'.aveaue * gleaaèd of obataclee. mwians wttl ««tertam thsir emétn «t tomotwya meetSac. Ifi^laters diaoasaed eraagelism have left San Diego in a stolen F\}rd coupe, and not to have been heard froaf ainee. The caretaker revealed also that the young man who bad been in bis charge was well educated. Chief of Police C. Webb, who described the caretaker-informer ae a awn of reuaoiui: clíMi was ths most logical yet uncovered. A checkup ot tbe home here of the euspeet's parents eor-roborated the caretaker'a information. Webb aaid tbe family had not seen tbe son In more tbaa a week. Webb ordered tbe iaIorfMtlea given to the Loe Angélea akerifTa offioe, and extended |he that «|ty. MOVIE DEFENDANTS AT -pOVhR AHE BOUND (IVEm conpe tòoàé in a perking lot near Where ^tho myeterlous killer delivered tke úbihl'a body to her ftMber. waa atoles NOv. 7 from Dr. Herbert L. «bata, of Kanaaa City, at the (Oontinoed on page M.) More than IM land ownera are aCsnled by a ditdi laproveaMBt kPTo- Two robbers held op a ttchOm kors übt stikt. aianu' A iiuktii' field «p a lisB* aveai^e >rasld#t a»d |5t «»d a ffo «kisk MP laat ttitß^' ORLANDO, ria.. Dee. 1>—WV-Devfd V. Gearhart. €4. Burbank. 0. waa klUed here today wken ; «truck ky a taxlcab driven by H. M. McAlUator. «ho wa sbeld pead-lag aa ~ lavastlgatka. Qearbart wltk bla wife, arrired km Sear daya ago to apend the wintor. Tbe body wiU be aeai to Burbatk. DOVI», Bee. Ik; — m ~ George Ohrèst, Rbecoe Spefdeil and Cheoter 'Maupridi. piv^etoni of motion plDtnre fcpoaes here, when arraigned In Juetice Sh ritrai ooort at New Pttiadeipl^ sf-temoos dboiged w]^ vielstlett of th Snndiy ^bor uws. watred pre-Wnriayy 4Biagitn«yon aad ware 'iKMind oief t<i the grand iiN*y a 'dor I1.0M kond. The mea faced tb» charge la omi-neet*» w!llà «ho cveoriac «t ttieir mot ion plotvre hoonea « week «go yeatordvr- ISkrest «aft SiieldM «04 E. r. AUnal». aii'iMliod yestertey far upwtmiw» ea flMday. were teed »tft m com» in pMaAWs kspre todi9* ^ lAsaldtohavoleÉbívlMatl in bin prellmlaary reut mm Vel IM. One ortfcarwMrkr* ^iewil»^ ver. Grant waa ssortanr with eM «C »1« samo enliksák other is • M gun. Tif» from a Ai went wild of tbe áark ------ • ^ fsttae- tlgstore leaned. Last week, bewmr, tké tpi TOHwa were taken belare « tMH' arms expert la Detroit aad ak aa* aminatfcm of tho gane aad tka kitf' ^ aloog with those irsd a* " diant dtaoloMd tftat_aeifkef »oi«l* Míér waa used la tho aweriSR PeMee Cl^ Great «d^M Üi^ Ilee of thie «set when kc knWlil the matter ef the gmsmp veraatkm last Thumlar, Ke Is alleged lo kavta tali when tbo tetter telbiiaet the esnwfnattso. amA ha his hand thwagh tke kan ks tbat of the ebief. Leslie Is seid to kaf« tbe oblad tbat ka kM et« (Cimlkiaed m Cold Ciabm Ont BRIE. Fa^^pm » — snowslormTörtHÄMSE accompanied kf day was tbe eansa the ffrat attrfknfai Ik ainee the city two daya «fâ to baTo kim ~ tke etmC tnm brought ki^ ;

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