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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio INJMPORTANT CONFERENCE WITH THREE ALIENISTS, PROBATE JUDGE AND SHERIFF llUJillllF News C ZANES Tells the Truth NO. 194 ZANESVILLE, O., FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 23, 1927 PRICE: THREE CENTS QUICK lEST MORTGAGE EVER FILED IN MUSK1NGUM RECORDED attain me he saw spirit Him" Christ was doing the veil >e saw ne and. r God. with" uttered. b assurance es Breathes of Relief After :n Cal., Dec. justice. This was i all the law enforcement agencies of Cali- ng today at top speed to bring to a close tfye iational kidnaping and murder case. Pendleton, Ore., William Edward Hickman, kidnaper of 12-year-old Marion Admitted he believed the death penalty was justice is to be orderly justice. Talk of windling. No talk of "taking the law into is heard and a calmed feeling exists today. Dec. Armed with requisition papers and a, copy of the indictment, Detective In- ereaved and tor-' hoed here today spector D. W. Longuevan today await- e dthe first steaks of dawn to hop off and mtnds ol a In a ready airplane for the state capl- tol at Sacramento In the next step to taring Hlckraaii back to the scene of the atrocious crime. Meanwhile, a party of high olflclals of Los Angeles, headed by District At- torney Asa Keyes. Police Chief James E. Davis, and Detective Chief Herman Clina were speeding north by train to Pendleton, Oregon, to take charge ol the captive and return him with all possible haste. Traveling straight through to Portland, they are due to reach Pendleton some time Saturday Thai, the !sw will deal swiftly, yet Justly, with the confessed kidnaper of Marlon Parker is an assured fact. "I will put this case ahead of everything Judge Hardy, who presides over the superior courts of Los Angeles county, lias promised. "Rest assured that in this case the, law will move with all possi- ble celerity compatible with due regard for "the man's rights." he machinery of motion to bring ekman. Indicted if little Marion justice. ours after the back here that, m captured at Lhc self-styled :d in an indict- kldnapins and school ;lramatie night rted for eighty teen stern men, a Angeles coun- turned a "true send Hickman less finished, the :d into ihe court- age Carlos Hardy ge H. Walhaus document to the IS I TRUE Worry man Dec. [ward Hickman. ittcmpt the snl- sf his trouble awaken him in ay lor a "frisk- ircd that they ove his belt and iflrn they took v from him and, caution, washed hair to make .hlng had beer, ong, curly locks, ion was permitted ;ep, Later he had r breakfast by of- itern meti who are rlsoner waited un- y awakened Hlcfc- mght liim a break- dies and coffee. y." he said as be Homing repast, ling say n> "iy lie to tell her I'm iot to worry." bled these words ulty jail cell here s to otner Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. "Andrew Kramer" and "June named as accessories In tliu kidnaping, slaying and dis- memberment of 12-year-old Mar- ion I'arker by William Edward Hickman, were styled the "yelps of ihe. trapped by police here today. The fact that S1.400 of the 500 "blood money" exacted from Perry M. Parker, lather of the vic- was still In the kidnaper's possession at the time of his capture, eliminated the statement that he had contemplated sharing the ransom with a confederate, officers "Crookrtom doesn't work that a. grizzled officer added. "When a pair or more of gang- steis pull a 'Job' that entails cash, they 'split' without delay. "ilickman's notes carried the CKI> of individual power, and this gesture that his companions failed to meet him as scheduled at San Francisco appears nothing more than a struggle to draw himself out. of the shadow of the gallows." That the kidnaper's bland recit- al of the delivery of Marion's body to his apartment did not ring true, was the opinion of investiga- tors, who pointed out that the youth was specific in many minor details of his movements, but ap- parently at a loss to explain ma- jor happenings. Official Picture of Arch-Fiend 10 0.000 AND G EVILLE OFF [I 31 this morning. He Just had been informed that his mother wanted to know if he had any word for Hickman has two worries today One is thai, lie may fail to Kain the notoriety given those other, youthful master minds Leopold and The other deals with religion which, he believes, is being "forced on him as he faces return to California to an- swer for his part in the kidnaping and butchering of Marion Parker, 12- Fifed With County: Recorder, but Doesn't Affect Local Property K Jury is Still Medd'ing in Remus Case, Trying to Help Him Three Alienists Are Ap- pointed by Judge to Sit in Judgment This is the picture Edward Hickman which was broad- cast by Los Angeles officials. He was caught in Oregon, admits kid- naping Marion Parker, but says another man killed her. year-old Loa Angeles' girl. One moment Hickman wonders whether he will be accorded the same front page ne-.vspapcr space that the Chicago murderers were given, in the next he turns his thoughts to God and religion. But before he dies he wants to (hi lust one thing. That is to meet Verry M, Parker, father of the girl he has confessed to btiv- ing kidnaped and tell him that he did not kill her. "I want to meet him fact; to face and tell him that I didn't kill lie e.xclaimed almost fiercely. Then. "If that girl only were alive I'd be willing lo die." Two Men to Get Most of Big- Reward Week on Stage Six Months Pendleton, Ore., Dec. and unexpected' wealth looms for Chief of Police Tom Gurdance anr State Trainee Sergeant Buck Lleualliil as the result their capture near Peudletoii yesterday of .William Ed- wnrd Fickman. Iri addition to the re- ward offered for the youthful Kidnaper of Marian Parker. 12 year old Los Angeles' girl, the two also are looking over offers from four theatre companies. One of these is for S3.000 each for them to appear on a lecture contract in a Hollywood theatre.1 The other offers are said also to lie attractive to the 1'eiidleton- ians who until now have known no great affluence. The Hollywood offer reads: "Con- gratulations on the capture of Hick- man. This is to formally offer you a contract for yourself and officers who assisted you "in the capture. Lecture contract of week for months, also contract for exclusive ar- POLICE ORDERS USE OF AUTO TAGS Dec. wldo search for the 19-year-old for- tlclca on once. No. :onvcrsattoii with a if the brutal mutl- rlon Parker of Los Inaplng he has al- WilllaiTi Edward :ed n fresh grilling ithoritics- ure after a mobile das-li into the scene of Hickman denied ie Illllt: daughter employe'', and murder was I hi; Kramer and iv as lie niter- liifl loUcd in his unity I l'l'''e admissions to I- h which es In believe Unit I- (be killing than i. unan went Into olli contln-l imer for tin: Killing! Muriiin Parker and nlng us mi ncccin-- cnlling for Ihe Pur- her to 11 Los An- tuttht. of f'.lvhm; of Kramer and) a part ol ncr dcafl xly lor delivery to the lather, w horrible the body ic eyes drawn open he drove with it to tnc ioi.nt fil75 000 COTrimR to state lire marshals questioned him. The man escape and Tubo company for connection with a financing plan. Tbf! company recently sold bonds worth S75.000.000. _ from an insane- asylum several ago. It was said S Donated by Local Firm an Officials of the Federal Radiator company denied absolutely Friday that the plant at Licking View had been sold to another company during the past week and that to their knowledge no action toward that end is being contemplated. Persistent rumors current Friday stated that the radiator concern had been sokl outright i.o u furfelgn com- While it was admitted that company officials would arrive hi Zanesviile early in January those in ,-harpe of the plant arc of the opin- ion that no Mich business will be i transacted. The plant is running at normal capacity at. present. It is said, i Since the resignation of T. F. Schlade ns general manager of the plant, no successor has been appolnt- ed to his posit Ion and it is thought that the company officers will name someone to that position when they j arrive here, diaries Henry is super- (latendent, of tho plant. ;.'Masonic Tim pic s.: Ly tie pleas Me-nbers thr> raiding party were opinion Prlrlay that Newmnn of the to the wi'rc wrnpi-.ecl securely and ready for the "market.' is scvbral nlKl.ts ago. He feared rob- snlri. It developed thdt bers. Hlnlz Miss causo of her cnr be- More than 300 poorer children of worthy Uio pubiie schools ure being made happy today with toys and playthings which nre being distributed among them by Boy Scouts ot the local troop The toys were donated by the Furniture Co. nnd distribution is being mndft to families named by ofliclaJs of tho public school system. Tliii Rose Co having hundreds of toys on tile store counters, selected 5 in "dirt nc pieaacui _ plccos ft war. not seriously the receipt and hangi in office to show friends afek be easy on tliem. of le and school o.'Ticials were hundreds of little being made happy by of the toys Is a angle K1TKS were; Funeral services for MIK.S Edith they hflvcj wineganJne.r will b? conducted ai. the home. Dryclen ronij, at iy aftc MnrK Mnharg. pastor of the Brighton Presbyterian church. Burial will bo Woodl.iwn cemetery carefully wrapped and acldre-s-sed lat.- bundles nnd began delivery Thursday, o'clock _ Sunday _afternoon All of the toys are new and _of the -...._. best- quality and hearts :trc these gifts. charity from an entirely new and It was planned to keep tbt: .fit.-1 ter a secret. Oractals of the Rose were- reluctant to speak-of the wtion interviewed Friday, and stntort their only liopo that the little 1" were being CLOUDY Columbus, O., Dec. and slightly colder in northwest por- tions tonight. Saturdny increas- ing cloudiness. oskcd to compile a IlsJ pt chlldrenlinatle happy. -jr -a V.
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