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Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1927, Zanesville, Ohio CONFERENCE WITH THREE ALIENISTS PROBATE JUDGE AND SHERIFF News C ZANES Tells the Truth NO 194 ZANESVILLE O FRIDAY EVENING DEC 23 1927 THREE CENTS QUICK lEST MORTGAGE EVER FILED IN RECORDED attain me he saw spirit Him Christ was doing the veil saw ne and r God with uttered b assurance es Breathes of Relief After Cal Dec justice This was i all the law enforcement agencies of ng today at top speed to bring to a close kidnaping and murder case Pendleton Ore William Edward Hickman kidnaper of 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- and hoed here today spector D W Longuevan today e first steaks of dawn to hop off and ol a In a ready airplane for the state tol at Sacramento In the next step to taring back to the scene of the atrocious crime Meanwhile a party of high 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 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 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 in an and school night for eighty teen stern men a Angeles turned a true send Hickman less finished the into age Carlos Hardy ge H Walhaus document to the IS I TRUE Worry man Dec Hickman the sf his trouble awaken him in ay lor a that they ove his belt and they took v from him and caution washed hair to make had beer ong curly locks ion was permitted ep Later he had r breakfast by of- itern meti who are waited un- y awakened mght liim a dies and coffee y he said as be Homing repast ling say iy lie to tell her I'm iot to worry bled these words ulty jail cell here s to Los Angeles Cal Dec Andrew Kramer and June named as accessories In kidnaping slaying and dis- of ion by William Edward Hickman were styled the yelps of trapped by police here today The fact that of the 500 blood money exacted from Perry M Parker lather of the 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 doesn't work that a grizzled officer added When a pair or more of steis pull a Job that entails cash they split without delay notes carried the 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 al of the delivery of Marion's body to his apartment did not ring true was the opinion of tors who pointed out that the youth was specific in many minor details of his movements but at a loss to explain jor happenings Official Picture of 10 0.000 AND G EVILLE OFF 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 Fifed With Recorder but Doesn't Affect Local Property K Jury is Still in Remus Case Trying to Help Him Three Alienists Are pointed by Judge to Sit in Judgment This is the picture Edward Hickman which was cast by Los Angeles officials He was caught in Oregon admits 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 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 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 almost fiercely Then If that girl only were alive I'd be willing lo die Two Men to Get Most of Reward Week on Stage Six Months Pendleton Ore Dec and unexpected wealth looms for Chief of Police Tom anr State Trainee Sergeant Buck as the result their capture near yesterday of William 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 each for them to appear on a lecture contract in a Hollywood The other offers are said also to lie attractive to the ians who until now have known no great affluence The Hollywood offer Con- gratulations on the capture of 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 for- on once No with a if the brutal Parker of Los he has Edward n fresh grilling ure after a mobile into the scene of Hickman denied ie daughter employe and murder was I hi Kramer and iv as lie in his unity I admissions to I- h which es In believe Unit I- be killing than i unan went Into olli imer for Parker and us mi for her to 11 Los An- of of Kramer and a part ol ncr lor delivery to the lather w horrible the body ic eyes drawn open he drove with it to ot Uie seven he limbs nnd lower wrapped be re- in which he took Int her as ransom return delivered the body in Mory il Los Angeles bank ended late when he was captured at Echo near here by two Pendleton police officers Hickman has confessed that he the Parker girl but denies iio killed her He named an plice Andrew Kramer as the man her and dismembered the body He said the body was de- livered to him in a suitcase When arrested Hickman was ing sport sedan and was companied by two men whom was giving a lift On the front seat of the cur beside him lay a sawed oil shotgun The youth made no to use the weapon He nt first denied his but when the officers found of Hie ransom money on his person lie calmly led Ills Identity The money found was in gold of the same serial numbers if the bilN paid the kidnaper by Perry Parker girl's lallier it Police Tom and Officer made arrest will liberally I reward fir Although Hie crowds that mill same 1605 Answer collect at avenue Hollywood The wire was signed Freidman Inc EVES Chief of Police Joseph D re- Friday morning rom auto- mobile license commission governing use of foreign automobile license plates in Ohio The Conditions under which they can be In this state West plates will not be honored after midnight December 31 1927 plates will be ored for the balance of the year 1927 1027 plates will not be honored after midnight December 31 1927 plates will be honored for the balance of 1927 1927 plates will not be honored after mid- December 31 1927 plates will be ed for the balance of 1927 192 plates will not be honored after ruary 1 1928 New plates will be ored on and after December 27 1927 1927 plates will not be honored after midnight December 31 1927 plates will not be honored after February 15 1928 plates will not be honored after midnight December 01 1927 District of plates will be honored for the balance of the vear 1927 1927 plates will not be honored after midnight December 31 1327 plates will be ored oil and after December 103 1927 plates will no be honored after midnight January 5 1928 New plates will honored on and after December 197 plates will not be honored ter midnight December 31 -1927 Your attention is again Invited to the use of plates as follows 1928 plates are honored on and December 21 1927 1927 plates will not be honored after midnight De- cember 31 1927 Cincinnati O Dec Remus one time king of the who was found guilty of murdering his wife Imogene oy a jury which was convinced by his transitory Insanity plea was hopeful today that he would be re- leased by Christinas Though the date for his hearing in probate court has been so for nest Wednesday another petition asking that the time be advanced 01 that Remus be allowed his liberty bond was presented to Probate Judge William Lueders today The petition was signed by riel 1J Kemtis law and William Mueller taker of the Remus home It was drawn up by himself and points out that he has been in jail C3 days that state alienists and spectators who watched him during his trial believed him sane and that Charles Tart and his assistants gave it as their opinion that he was and always had been sane The in the case 0 the petition in returning the were of the opinion that Be mus would be set at liberty Imme Judge Lueders however ha already announced that Remus wi be regarded as insane In with the Jury's verdict that he wi iot be permitted bail or allowed t go free until lie has proven sane Three alienists were named b Judge Lueders today to decide as i Remus sanity These are Doctors I- around the and Jall here appear orderly oiilcials are show anger no chances on lowing their to a mob They have hunger tempted them to commit the crime or Just plain thievery caused persons to steal over 00 loaves of broad on avenue early Thursday morning could not be L Loral bakers who supply the line Grocery Co and the Erwinc cery these places before the stores arc open and have been in the Inbit of placing the bread In a ket on the of the places employes of the stores opened 1 heir places of business Thursday morning the bread was missing and immediately notified the bakers thinking they had failed lo make de- liveries Deliveries had been made 27 will not be ored after midnight December 31 plates will bo honored on and after December 25 192 platea will not be honored after mid- night December 31 1927 plates will not be honored after March 1 1928 plates will not be honored after April 1 1028 plates will be d for the balance of the year as O Pec 23 Three men and a woman Avere killed here early today when a Big Four passenger train demolished their automobile at the Hudson avenue crossing In the north end of town One automobile had stopped at the crossing and the oilier car pulled around It and entered on the crossing ably having failed to see the watchman signaling It to stop The names of the dead were give Joe Cerva Angelo Jo Servo and the woman Josephine Ser vo All wero employed by a con struction company am were on thei way to work All were residents of Columbus The bodies of badly mangled at the victims were The crash occurred The csir was D Mclntyre Thomas A an Herman H Hoppe Immediately a appointment the alienist Judge metiers and Sheri Anderson went Into conference in th private office In the meantime the Jurors who found Remus not guilty on sole grounds of insanity have signed an- other petition drawn up by the for- mer king of the bootleggers Yesterday they attached their natures plea similar to pre- sented today in which Remus brother-in-law and caretaker ask that he be released before Christmas day the Jurors signed a petition ten bv Remus asking that a perjury indictment against John Berger re- ported Los Angeles millionaire be dismissed This petition was pre- sented to Judge Chester Shook who presided at the Remus trial Berger was Indicted for perjury iji connection with testimony he gave in Remus behalf during the trial The jurors in their new petition make known that their verdict was based largely on the testimony of said that they fully believed ills testimony and that the coherent relation of evidence submitted by him and his demeanor while a ness convinced them he told the truth Judge Shook when the petition was presented to him said the Jurors might consider it as having been fil ed and that It would be considered tomorrow morning the time set for hearing a motion by Berger's neys that the perjury indictment against him be quashed Berger has brought a ago suit against Prosecutor Taft A mortgage on property valued at said to be the largest er filed in county was led with County Recorder Nell K Friday morning The was drawn up between the Sheet Tube Co of of which Zanesville lant Is a branch and the Bankers rust Co of New York Thn action of the officials of the company will have no bearing on the operations of the local plant it is said At present the branch of the Sheet Tube Co Is em- ploying men and four mehts are active Just whether the plant will increase operations after the first of the year is not known Atty P F Frazier filed the nent and stated Friday morning that he mortgage was Instituted for the of refinancing certain bonds by the Youngstown Sheet Tube Co which are now falling due He further stated that at various lines the company takes steps to ex- pand its business and that mortgages taken on the property as a od of meeting the financial debt in- curred Properties included in the gage are the Campbell plant town Brier Hill plant known as the Western Reserve Youngstown plant Trumbull county properties Seneca county lands Gogebic county igan Evanston 111 plant slant at Iron ore arid coa properties located in Fayette and an counties West Virginia and and Marquette counties Michigan The first mortgage bond is one of an issue of coupon bonds and registered bonds of the company known as the First Mortgage Sinking Fund Gold Bonds and are limited to the principal amount at any one time outstanding to be ed under and equally secured by an Indenture mortgage and deed of trust Action on the mortgage was taken at a meeting of company officials on Dec 21 1927 and the Bankers Co of New York was named trustee With the execution and deliverance of the indenture the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co granted ed sold aliened released gaged and transferred properties granted the right by these presents to bargain sell alien remise release convey confirm assign mortgage transfer and set over to the trustees ta successor In the trust and its Shares of capital stock tha shares of stock In other are Included in mortgaged by the Youngs sfi own Sheet Tube Co The manuscript filed in the of- fice of the county recorder is said to be one of the largest ever wived here It includes an exact description of all lands and properties owned by the company and will probably require several to record the iri Create rinking rs s good of -J i in Men All Dead and Case of Salvage of of May Not Raise Until Next Spring Hoston widespread report that 0 was going to give up the work of salvaging the submarine and her forty dead was mad nt navy yard this afternoon by Admiral Phillip Andrews the third naval Read Admiral Andrews was told Rear Admiral of Sg tions in that the would continue the work as long as of confirmed assigned prisoner on mi deny any Hug child he lain peacefully during f the crowd nil dwindled WIDOW IN CHARGE Akron O Dec Patience widow ot the lute Michael O'Neil has appointed of the estate which today waS estimated nt however it was reported Tho robberies were not reported to police It was stated Friday but a- et investigation is being made in the ore 1927 plates will not be honored January 31 1928 plates will be or the balanco of the year plates will not be honored after mid- night December 31 1927 plates will not be honored after midnight December -1 South plates not be honored after January about 100 feet down tracks and demolished The coroner is gating the tragedy The woman killed in the crash is believed to be the daughter of Joe Servo This the second fatal crash that has occurred at the crossing within a year One man was ed recently when a train struck his auto will 15 1928 be 31 hope of apprehending the thieves Friday the bread was taken to the fire station where it guarded by the firemen until the groceries opened for ness plates will not honored after midnight January i South plates will not bo honored after midnight January plates will be honored lor the balance of the year 1127 1927 plates will not bo ed December 31 1027 plates will be ored for the balance of the year 19.2 1927 plates will not be honored a or midnight January 15 1928 plates will be red for tho balance in oi Lo ice Station i t I lie i UK ly lo iv 1 25 n The Soutli very rabbit from But boy they rue -i s headquarters C K Newman nj the Catherine street about cf at Thursday evening nnd Tho door r a quantity of tile State Prohibition Officer Walls and tho illegal liquor ess Newman until 1 get my hat and carton in room time f Officer hen opened nnd the Newman was removed to the Jail where he Is being held pending action by common court claiming that Taft defamed his acter during the trial by calling him an ex-convict M IA OF LINOY C N IP HAL Is Honored Publicly and Privately Treated to Typical can Serenade KILLED MAN ON CHRISTMAS DA PAYS WITH LIFE 111 Dec 23 ow of Christmas Day chose to FAILURE GROWS Tiffin Dec New shortages In the accounts of the state bank at New O to about 500 had been disclosed by state bank examiners today Errors in bookkeeping of savings -In the on which he Thomas aged Champaign 111 negro An- drews negro of Indianapolis today paid with his life or the gallows One car ago Christmas Andrews killed Tate Hi a quarrel In a quaking voice he the two hundred spectators of the merry Christmas and a happy Mexico City Dec Mexico and privately got down today to the Joyful business of showing Mrs Evangeline Lindbergh honors due to the mother of the young American who has captivated Mexican hearts ever since he arrived Official comes and trips through the were planned before she retired last night Mrs Lindbergh was to a neat gesture of Latin A group of students from the preparatory and professional schools in the city some carrying guitars and mandolins themselves the windows of the American embassy Then those Inside the building notes of the ments and the soft voices of the students as they serenaded the mother of the young American ambassador With her son Mrs Lindbergh step- perl out on the balcony and the compliment Before she went in again she tossed a rose Mass With life admittedly the hull task raising the sunken sub from its grave toff Harbor today passed from a cue drama into a salvage Lieutenant Commander Edward Ellsberg directing the operations de- clared that unless unusually fair weather persisted it was that the steel coffin with Its cargo forty dead men could be raised the surface before next spring berg was recovering today from a battle with the sucking water when ho descended as a diver to survey the condition We are going ahead as fast as can until the weather halts us or navy department calls off said Admiral Frank H Brumby in charge of the salvage fleet This la now purely a salvage Job and not a rescue Job A winter storm is due off Cape here within the next lew days Although the hope of rescuing members of the crew fled there is hourly urama in dangers undergone by the navy era as they swirl about the wrecked submersible 102 feet below the jM waters Lieutenant Ellsberg In his latest mi venture was most smothered in mud he re- aj ported when Ills diver's sloves were cut and water poured into a his suit was Inspecting the V-shaped hoie in flic hull of j the made by the cutter in her collision with the sub said lie slipped Into tlie mud mid thought he was Ellsberg spent some time hi depression chamber after his ence Only a few hours before his descent he had signed up with a syn- to write his own story of tha rescue operations B i- IT- Wai tef tion New Year accounts were according to responsible for these W P Halnes of the state banking department Total HE THOUGHT SHE WAS THIEF AND SHOT INTO AUTO Arnold Hintz abilities of the bank now amount to 1551.500 Stockholders will meet next Wednesday to whether they will pny this loss and reopen the bank or pay equal to the 000 capitalisation and ask dation of the institution CAUGHT IN OWN TRAP AND FINED Columbus O Dec 23 Police of LARGEST MORTGAGE EVER FILED THERE Warren O Dec 23 mortgage ever recorded county The largest in ft to the who spent the next ten minutes or so scrambling wildly for the sweet favor Mrs Lindbergh arrived at Valbuena Field yesterday afternoon from pico in a giant Ford liner She was immediately officially welcomed by General Jose Alvarez chief of staff to President and then taken in the ambassadorial to the American embassy ADMITS BURNING SEVERAL BUILDINGS Pomcroy O Dec Robert on 60 living alone on in farm of here has confessed that he burned N 5 A fiaco to in that vicinity was on file here today iiv tlie filed tnc 000 to state lire marshals questioned him The man escape and Tubo company for connection with a financing plan company recently sold bonds worth from an 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 u com- While it was admitted that company officials would arrive hi early in January those in -harpe of the plant arc of the 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 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- of tho plant Masonic Tim pic Ly tie pleas raiding party were opinion that of the to the securely and ready for the market is ago He feared It developed bers Miss causo of her cnr be- More than 300 poorer children of worthy Uio 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 to families named by of tho public school system Rose Co having hundreds of toys on tile store counters selected 5 in dirt nc ft war not seriously the receipt and hangi in office to show friends afek be easy on of le and school were hundreds of little being made happy by of the toys Is a angle were Funeral services for Edith they will conducted ai the home ronij at iy pastor of the Brighton Presbyterian church Burial will bo cemetery carefully wrapped and bundles nnd began delivery Thursday o'clock Sunday All of the toys are new and the quality and hearts these gifts charity from an entirely new and It was planned to keep ter a secret of the Rose were- reluctant to the interviewed Friday and their only that the little 1 were being CLOUDY Columbus O Dec and slightly colder in northwest tions tonight ing cloudiness to compile a pt happy -a V
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