The News from Frederick, Maryland on November 28, 1951 · Page 17
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November 28, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 17

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KKiHT Ike New* Frederick, Md, Wednesday, November Z8,1951 Sherry And Bucher Guilty BALTIMORE, Nov. 27, W)--Police Lieut Henry. T. Sherry and former Lieut. Joseph^ R. Bucher were convicted by a Criminal Court jury tonight of taking $2,102.50 In "bribes to let confidence men and flim-flam artists operate unmolest- -ed in Baltimore. The jury of HT men and two women returned guilty verdiits on all ave counts in the three indictments charging conspiracy, bribery and malfeasance. The conspiracy conviction carries a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment, and bribery, 12 years and a fine of $5.000. There is no ceiling on the malfeasance charge, classed under common law. Judge Joseph Sherbow said he would sentence the men at 10 a. m. -.Friday barring the filing of a .motion, for a new trial. The jury too*, one hour and 35 minutes to reach its decision. The case went to the body not long after a Washington detective sergeant testified a Cleveland confidence man had boasted he could frame the two men. The surprise defense witness, Miller A. Dixon, said the confidence man, Oakey Jackson, threatened to "frame" the officers in hopes of wiping out a robbery case against him. Sherry and Buche^ denied the charges against them when they appeared on the stand earlier. Dixon was hurriedly called from Washington after Defense Attorney Eugene O'Dunne, a former judge, said he expected the prosecution to take longer in presenting its case. The Washington detective said he met Jackson at Jackson's Cleveland home last year while on . vacation. Dixon explained to the court he was trying to dig up some evidence about two women who took part in a 54,100 swindle in Washington. Was Known By Sherry Dixon testified: "He (Jackson) said he had enough money to pay a dozen confidence men and women to come to Baltimore to frame him (Sherry).'' The witness said Jackson had told about being picked up on robbery charges in Baltimore last July 18, and that Lieutenant Sherry knew him to be a flim flammer. Judge Sherbow wanted to know why Dixon had not made an official report to his own superiors and to Baltimore authorities. Dixon replied the thought Jackson was just "blowing off at the mouth." He added he didn't know about the charges against the Baltimore detectives until Nov. 11, and that he thei\ told his superior, Inspector Robert Murray, now acting Chief of Police in Washington. Sherry and Bucher acknowledged they had telephone conversations with Jackson in Cleveland. But, they told the court, these only had to do with informer's tips, and Bucher said the tips turned out to be worthless. Sherry said under cross-examination that Jackson was the only one he had made such collect calls to. Union Bridge UNION BRIDGE--Miss Bessie Rinehart, formerly of Union Bridge, now of Pennsylvania spent Thanksgiving Day as the guest of relatives, Mrs. William Rinehart and daughter, Mrs. Wiimer Baker and family. --Miss Doris Niswander, Bridgewater College, Va.: Miss Patricia Bohn, Frostburg, anil Miss Betty Lou Brandenburg, Western Maryland College, were among .those who spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Union Bridge with their home folks. --The annual community Thanksgiving service held in the Union Bridge Church of th« Brethern -was \.-j.i . .~.i . , ro:.. pastor, Rev. Samuel A. Harloy, in charge, gttve the call to worship and the invocation, and also read Psalm 67. Hymns were sung with Miss Doris Niswander a« organist. Rev. Louis P. Chastaln. pastor of the Methodist church delivered the sermon. --Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Quesenberry have left for Sebring, Fla., for their annual winter vacation. --The Ladies auxiliary of the Union Bridge Fire Company entertained members of the company, their wives and friends at a covered dish supper in the social hall last week. A brief business session followed with Mrs. Earl Stitley, president of the auxiliary presiding. Committees were' named by the fire company and auxiliary to make plans for the Carroll County.F'rcmen's convention which will be held at Union Bridge in 1952. --Mrs. Francis Nusbaum will serve as chairman of the "March of Dimes" committee for Union Bridge this year instead of Mrs. Millard Roelke, Mt. Union, who has served for a number of years. Mrs. Nusbaum will name her committee in the near future. --Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hesson quietly observed their 50th wed ding anniversary on November 21 They were entertained at a din I ner by their children in the Peter Pan Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Hesson were married In the Methodist Episcopal church. Park avenue and Wilson · street. In Baltimore by Rev. C. E. Guthrie and except for the first month which was spent in Baltimore, they have resided in Union Bridge their entire married life. Mr. Hesson is a retired employe of the local Lehigh Cement plant. Taneytown TANEXTOWN--Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Stull and son Eddie and Mrs. Winfield Clem of Walkersville, visited Mrs. Emma Clem. --Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reid and children Joanne and Martin called on Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baldwin and family of Baltimore, also Mr. and Mn. Bernard J. Baughmlller and family. --Mrs. Ida Blum spent some time with her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Senseney of Westminster. « --Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohney and Mrs. Mary Mohney 'spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Donali Wheatly near Sharpstown. --»Rev. and Mrs. Andreas were host to the Youth Fellowship at the parsonage. The young people decided to sponsor a congregational Christmas carol sing on the evening, of December 16. --The following were elected as officers of the Churchmen's Brotherhood of Grace Reformed church for the year 1952: President, Edgar Fink; vice president, Franklin Baker; secretary, Ellsworth Lam- bert, and treasurer, Delmont Kooni. --Dr. Perry L, Smith, eastern field secretary of the Reformed church, visited in town. --Mrs. Andrew Bigham of Catonsville is spending some time with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Norville Shoemaker. --Mrs. Fmma Rodgers is visiting her sister, Mrs. Milton Baum, of Baltimore. KEY WEST PROFITS KEY WEST, Fla., Nov. 28 Most Key West merchants expressed the hope today that President Truman wlil stay here until Christmas. He's money In the bank to them. "The President's visits have given Key West a terrific shot in the arm," Secretary Harry Laubsher of the Chamber of Commerce told a reporter. All-American Pibts Set Strike Deadline PITTSBURGH, Nov. 27. (ff)-About 90 pilots and co-pilots of All-American Airways today tentatively "scheduled a strike for Thursday that would halt 14 dally flights from Allegheny County airport. Leaders of the AFL Airline Pilots Association say there will be no picketing unless an attempt is made to operate - All-American planes. . The dispute dates back to January when a contract expired. The pilots want salary 'increases. ,Thje union says All-American co-pilots average $275 a month and captains $650 in comparison to an average THE THINGS WANT OR NEED Loans up to $1500 GENERAL ACCEPTANCI C O R P O R A T I O N 244 No. Market, at Third Telephone Frederick 2791 Toll Gate Manor 2 BEDROOM HOME «11,550 V. A. F. H. A. 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