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TWO The News* Frederick. Md., Wednesday, November SR. 1951 Bhinecker Fitted $500 David W. Rhinecker, 19. of near Mt, Aiiy, Â· wÂ«s declared guilty Tue*lÂ»y night- by * Circuit Court ' awry on manslaughter _utomobile resulting from an *Â·' Accident near Centerville last May i IS in wiich Miss Joan Dalrymple. 1,7, of Damascus, was fatally injured. . ., . Th* jury recommended leniency for tht defendant. Associate j u d g e Patrick M. Schniuffer stated that due to the former excellent record of Rhin- ecker, he would not sentence _ him to Â«n institution but would fine him 95^0 and costs. The maximum sentence under the charge is Sl.OOO or three years In me House of Correction or both. The jury, 'after hearing an entire day of testimony, deliberated about 30 minutes in reaching a verdict. "ConfeHKOn" Admitted In the afternoon session Rhinee- ker's statement of what was considered a "confession" was admitted by the court. The statement was taken by Trooper Harold Basore at the Police barracks the night of the accident. In it Rhinecker said that he was going "80 or 85 miles per hour" when he saw another car coming toward him and swerved .to the right to avoid it. In doing gross negligence, which Js what constitutes a charge of manslaughter, means willful Intent and that violation of a speed limit doesn't necessarily mean arose negligence. State's Attorney Price and Attorneys Brown and James based their arguments on the definition of gross negligence which is not defined by Maryland law. CARROLL MANOR ORANGE Â·Â·Thirty members and four guests attended the November 21 meeting.. Master. Howard Fry presided. Announcements were made about Â· the State sessions here on December 4, 5 and 8 and the banquet at Calvary Methodist church on December 5 at 5:30 o'clock. Governor McKeldin will be the speaker, j The Grange voted in favor of opening relief rolls to public inspection. Master Fry presented the S20P from the Stale and $500 from the National Granges, won by Carroll Manor Grange in the recent contest. j The program included: Reading,! 'Â·Don't Chip Away the Rock of | Freedom' 1 Mrs. Howard Fry; song, j "America the Beautiful"; ( bio- ] graphy of Lydia Marcia Frances, j who wrote the poem. "Over t h e : Meadow and Through the Woods".! by Mrs. Elmer Michael; highlights j of the National meeting by Earl Remsburg: introduction of Adamstown Elementary School teachers. Mrs. Hume, Mrs. Gpbbel and Miss Gosnell; address by Eugene W. Pruitt: reading, "A Nation's Life", TINY BABY THRIVING ATLANTA, Nov. 27 UPt--A tiny premature baby, born 15 or 20 minute* after his mother died from a bullet wound, wan thriving in an incubator today. Thomas Frederick Nuce was born at Keiinstonc Hospital, in nearby Marietta, by way of a NOW!! BOSTON KNIT Mrs. Fry. Refreshments were served and so. the statement continued, his right wheels hit the shoulder of the road and he lost control and the t he""ne"xt"rneetiiiR"set car turned over. - . bt , r 3 in Adamstown hall. .Various pictures were offered as exhibits of the road at the point where the accident occured. Trooper Patrick Stakem testified that ihc car travelled 350 feet from the time it went off the road until it slopped. REPORTS DIAMOND THEFT DES IvlOlNES, Nov. 27 /!,-Cahn, salesman for a New York jewelry firm, told police about Patsv Poole, Damascus, who was I S50.000 worth of diamonds was on the back seat of-the c a r b o n the | stolen from him this afternoon at night of the accident testified that the ear was going fast. William the Dos Moines municipal airport. Inspector of Petectives J. A. Henry Spencer, colored, near Ur- i Brophy said the S50,000 f i g u r e was j bana was the driver of the car which was coming in the opposite direction. He testified that he was not over the center line of the road. He stated that he saw the car coining at s high rate of speed and went off on his side to avoid it. i In cross examination the defense | counsel attempted to prove that j Spenser was responsible for Rhinec- | ker going off the road. The State j rested its case at this point. At- i torneys James and Brown asked j for * directed verdict and Judge j Schnauffer recessed the court to i hear them in his chambers. The re-! quest was denied. j Girls Testify | Virginia Greene. Anna M a e : Green, and Mary Estelle Pope all of near Damascus, who were the other occupants of the back seat of the car on the night of the accident were called to testify. None had been paying attention to what was going on as they were riding, they stated, and therefore knew nothing about the speed of the car. None of the girls had a clear idea of the position -of the approaching car. Maurice Williams, oE near Dajnas- cus, who along with Rhinecker and Joan Dalrymple occupied the front teat first testified that he didn't know how fast the car was going. He was reminded by the State's Attorney of a statement he had made to State Trooper Stakem on May 22. The statement was admitted as evidence. In the statement of May 22, Williams said that he didn't believe ttfe accident wovild have, happened if the car hadn't been going so fast. Rhincck.-r Takes Stand Rinecker took the stand for the second time, the first, before the Jury. He testified that contrary to the statement, he did not know how last he was going. Questioning brought him to testify that no one In the car had protested about the rate of speed and that he had pull-*! ed off the- road to avoid hitting the j car which was "several inches' 1 over the white line. He testified he didn't know Â«t just what point he went Off the road. In his charge to the jury Judge Schnauffer honored the defense prayer that the jury be to I'd that a preliminary estimate. Cahn rep. resents Arnstein Brothers of New York City. Say you saw it in The News. BICYCLES "Buy The Best" SCHWINN.--All Models IN 1)1 AN LIG HTWEiÂ«HT Ccnr S h i f t Models S M A L L DEPOSIT IV1LT. IIOM) 'TIL X M A S Slick's Cycle Shop 413 N. Market St. l.'Kil-.! -- Oppti 9 'Till 9 quickly performed caej.;irean section operation Saturday night. The body of Mrs. Harry R. Nuce, 34, a bullet wound in her head a coroner's jury subsequently termed it accidental death' reached the hospital an Instant after her physician arrived. The body was wheeled into the A ruffUd pinti* mad* of Itcfy- knif cotton thit !i lurÂ«blÂ» -- yÂ«l bÂ«Â«utiful. And U't -- Botton knit for btH.r fit. Â· PINK Â» BLUE Â· YELLOW .nd WHITE JUST WASH On The Square THIRD FLOOR Save Kemp's Discount Stamps And Savr 2r;. FD COVERS KROM 1944-1951 AT THE KEY STAMP CO. 116-A K. 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