Clipped From The Circleville Herald
JURY ORDERS Continued From Pag« Ono jury five hours to determine upon a penalty. The fate of the man who seized the city manager's daughter and demanded a ransom was put into the hands of the j jury late yesterday. Thi-e-> hours and forty-five minutes after the j jury had failed to reach .a de- I cision they were locked up for j the night. Resuming their task a | few minutes after eight o'clock j this morninf. they were an hour and 37 minutes reaching a decision. "LINlMlKKfJH LAW" The Missouri law requiring the death penalty for kidnaping was passjcl shorty after the kidnaping anil brutal killing of Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. The jury's verdict makes it mandatory upon the judge to formally sonl/.-nce the condemned man to dc.nth by hanging. D.