Claims Man Was Walking in Sleep When He Killed Wife Detroit. Sept 26 (£>)—A plea that; Kutslub testified he apparently í he was walking in his sleep when : was welkin» in his sleep at the time i he shofc and .fclUed i" 5 wife - Amelia. l.c shot his wife and told oí an at" j has been entered as a defense for. tempt at suicide alter discovering j Chester, kutzlub, 48, on trial here the deed. He saia the report of the charged with murder, i"fcun awakened him. William Cohen, representing the' Three children of the couple lestl- oefendant, in his opening state- ¡ £!ed their father walked in his sleep ment, said Kutzlub killed his wife en an average of three times « wee& | vhile suffering from "somnolenda".; pjid asserted their parents never ur.tary powers are partly awake.'" ing the husband, grief-stricken,, j and "somnolentia" as the "lapping holding his wife in nis arms Mrs.; <"'« oí profound sleep in the do-, Kutilab died a few hours alter be-r rn^ o f apparent wakefulness.» . I tog removed - to a hospital. maáe —. 1 : ____ ^ .— : —. * I and somnambulism. * Quarreled. Somnambulism was defined by the Police who answered a call to the attorney as a "state of sleep ui' Kutzlub home on the night of the which some of the senses and vol- shooting. April 6. last, told of lind- '"