Charles Walter Wolf 2
The Dally Mall, Hagerstown. Md., Thursday, November 29, 1945. Declares ffolfs Mind Was Blank Of Slaying (Continued from Page 1) day and had declared to witnesses he intended to kill Miss Fulk and then take his own life. Attorney McLaughlin told the Jury that Wolf had bought two Â·guns. After buying the first he was admonished by his landlord to for- get the whole matter and did dis- pose of the gun. Later he began Drinking and purchased another gnu which latter weapon he used in the shooting. Attorney McLaughlin told the jury that Wolf is a man of limited education in that his father died Â·when Wolf was just a small boy and that he was compelled to work from the time he was about S or 9 years old. He was born and reared in Cumberland, according to .the statement, but had been residing in Hagerstown for years and became acquainted with Miss Pulk in Feb- ruary of this year while she was living on West Bethel street. Wolf, it was said, was invited in- to tfee home where Miss Fulk was staying and finally at her insistence fc* decided to make a home for her. vat 6 6 6 COLD PREPARATIONS LJQTJU). TABIJETS. SAI/TE. ifOSE DKOP5 Ctution, Use Only As Directed Attorney McLaughlin stated that Wolf became infatuated with the woman and at her urging that he take her out of the Bethel street environment Wolf purchased the home at 50 Elizabeth street and that they started to live there in March, . Refused To Marry Attorney McLaughlin said that all went well with the couple for several months although Miss Fulk repeatedly refused to marry Wolf. Wolf was employed at night by the Masser Motor Co. and'is Quoted as I saying that in June he learned that Miss Fulk had spent an entire night away from home. He is said to have remonstrated with her and that she promised to do better. Then on July 4. Wolf is said to have learned she spent another night away from home. He again remonstrated with her and she again Dromised to do better. He "said that the difficulty that result- ed in the shooting started on July 12 when she ordered him out of the home and said that any attempt on his part to force her out would result in her burning down the house with him in it. Wolf is quoted as saying In his desire to patch up their differences he and Miss Fulk called on a real estate man the next day ana deeded the property over to Miss Fulk with the understanding that he could remain in the home. He said that on the night of July 13 when he called at the home she tossed his clothes at him and told him to get out and stay out. Wolf is quoted as saying that he left, worked that same night but brooded all during the night and the next day continued to brood and worry, started to drink, finally bought one gun and disposed of it only to buy another. He is quoted as saying that he Ernie Pyle's Home Deeded To His Town ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Nov. (.Â·?").--The late Ernie Pyle's little white house--his haven from work as a roving columnist and war :orrespondent--was deeded to the aty for a memorial by Mrs. Pyle shortly before her death last week. Mayor Clyde Tingley made the disclosure^ today in reporting the gift was not accepted because of a provision requiring the city to purchase land west of the house for $12,000 and hold it as a desert park. He aid the Pyle heirs would doesn't remember a thing that transpired at the Elizabeth street home from the time he broke in back way. Wolf will be the only witness the defense. Attorney McLaughlin advised the jury. One of the first witnesses called this morning was Harvey C. at whose house on West Church street Wolf had taken a room forced out of the Elizabeth street home. Beard told of talking with Wolf who seemed utterly dejected and most melancholy on the morning July 14 and he said that Wolf said he intended to shoot Miss Fulk and take his own life. Beard said he told Wolf he foolish and- that he should listen to a man of wide experience matured judgment and not shoot anyone as no woman was worth shooting in Ms opinion. Beard said he thought he had Wolf convinced of the error of intended course-ana said that later he saw Wolf on the street and that he again appeared in a deep melancholy state. Judges Huster, Capper and Mish are occupying the bench.