Carol Ann Hutzell Barkman- Cumberland Evening Times- 4 Dec 1947- p. 18, col. 2-3

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Carol Ann Hutzell Barkman- Cumberland Evening Times- 4 Dec 1947- p. 18, col. 2-3 - EVENING TEVIES, [Believe -Baby *' From Page 17)...
EVENING TEVIES, [Believe -Baby *' From Page 17) plant and went no (live with a cousrn at Wfley Ford, j 3 ^ 5 - Dic t '.istaying there until the first part o ': Barl:mans F.. . _ . . September when she stopped work for:and went to live with her brother- in-law and sister at Mt. Savage. Sne added that after i- i Barkman home the local added jt had been made to file' a death claim on the insurance.!it said she believes the i >k out the policy. j Letters containing the false report: 3f the baby's death werejreceivec in • - she had trouble in finding them orj accepced fm ? ood fai *- D "e to the l ' amr1 „... ti« new£ ?oom of. the Times-News leaving thejP apers a! °n£ with scores of other % elsewhere i items OTer the weekend and were n<r t-Vinm ^ri^CCepted in good faith. Due to the re-I th6 . bab >' a£ home when ^e called- ° at ^ eo ( con-i at the house. The last week uuf ep <- « the ;Aueust and the first week in Sep-r opes various an- , Wmbcr, Miss Hutzell said, she called • 3 ' the Barkman home nightly and TlPUpr frrt1Yl/4 t>lorrl r\f r^**i \*/*X., *-V*r»n ! item no record Postmark on the enve- .' never found them or the baby there. ^^ £he sald ' she received a of&J^^ *£??«•*«~. Ul m-Jr-L-nrf-J itttf. ? September 11. shfi in Letter From Dclmar In October, Miss Hutzell said she received a letter dated October 3 saying the Barkmans were leaving for a visit at Delmar, Del. A few (Continued Prom Page 17) oiet. When no indictments were returned returned Judge Loker then refused to dismiss the jury and called it back time for the June term. At taat 23 persons were indicted. days later, she said she received a re-'letter dated October 13 and post- I marked at Delmar on October 20. Subsequently, Miss Hutzell said sent a letter to the Barkmans at Oakland and last Saturday received 3 containing her opened let- er> fj? m Mrs.JSam Barkman, mother j°J Twenty of these cases are pending in Montgomery County Circuit Court, to which they were removed; two were freed by hung juries and one has appealed his conviciion. Senator Associate Counsel State Senator Paul J. Bailey, Re- ... , , , j~ publican, who sponsored the legis- lanon making the referendum pos- able, is associated with Philip H.jwas Dor.W. f rtT*mnt" Tlpm/^r»ra rir* Crora..*_<'~..<- Senator Democratic 0. E. Sterling Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barkman who ?*" 1Ivln? on lhe Sam Joseph D. Weiner, as defense coun- n,ri,~~ i .v, l se)> Mr - Weiner is the brother of B ^* n ^?l ns . ?" H«nj- Weiner. one of the defend- > " Had becn throu 5h too £„:L^,, omer -» lhey did "'.' wa - nt me anything them and from me." didn't, want The letter also advised Miss Hut- zell that the Charles Barkmans had not returned from their trip but had gone On to New York City, Miss ants about whose could not agree. Senator Bailey said, case the jury "The thing! Hutzell saic!. After rcadin; the obituary on Sunday and jrolng to Oakland. Miss Hutzell said she asked Mrs. Charles Barkman when she had returned and was told "weeks ago." Policy Laps Mrs. Chancs Barkman told porter last night that she and her husband were married August 3 She said she met Miss Hut- | Mil in a local store and since she "had no place to go," offered her a i The baby was baptized in the name of Biu-krrmn, Mrs. Barkman'crimT.iai esses Therefore ,akl. . tlons WDU]C| gfiu/n™ 1 ,? 1016 Barkman, a. bnikcman on the Bal- that a lot of people don't like about the grand jury's action is that it indicted only 23 defendants and ignored charges against many more. It they wanted to crack down ana| WC clean up slot machines they should I have indicted everyone alike. That!court would have been about 400 in all." ' Those ignored, as well as those indicted. Senator Bailey said, represented represented so:nc of the county's oldest family names. Slo: machines have been in Uie county at least <H years, he said and E. the people, generally, do not regard t-hnrn >•» c /sff«.-,^I,,« TLT_ ,._U ^ i_; „ .. __r thein as offensive. He said this was the reason why Uie cases against the 20 remaining defendants were tiniore unti Ohio Railroad, said he received ; t leave of absence after injuring injuring his ankle at work and that he and Mrs. Barkman were spending spending the winter with his aged parents In order to look after them. A si,000 life insurance policy on the baby, taken out with the Quaker State Life Insurance Company, moved out of the county. Convictions Difficult Under the Maryland Constitution, juries are judges of Jaw and fact in convic- dcspite an interpretation by the courts that lapsed two weeks ago after no pay- state law makes slot machines illegal, illegal, except in Anne Arundel County,, which has a special act. State's. Attorney C. Henry Gamaliel- said he will prosecute the cases in Montgomery Montgomery County but at the same U.iici he favors making them legal ion tr.x purposes. Feeling on the question is sharp-i ly divided nround the courthouse—; people either are avidly for slot nia-

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  2. 04 Dec 1947, Thu,
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