The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 4
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 4

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 6, 1951
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TWELVE News, , Frederick, Md., Tb«r»d»3r t D«e«iabw «, 1M1 TM« IONGS OF CWtlSTMAi Parties · · -^ ,. Ngtiied In Suit" Associate J u d g e Patrick M. Schnauffer, in an opinion and order filed -In. Equity Court W.edrjesday. held thit proper parties have been enjoined as defendants in the proceedings filed by Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Dorsey. of this city, against the executor and residuary legatees under thie will of Mrs. Annie E. Haines/'ipf this city. - : He overruled a demurrer to the bill of complaint, filed by counsel for the executor. Benjamin F. Shun" and the residuary · legatees. IN TRAINING--George T. Rippeon. seaman recruit, USN, son Of Mr. and Mrs. John Z. Rippebn, Route 4, Mt. Airy, will soon complete recruit training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Th« demurrer had alleged that under the Haines will, there w«8 a power, of sale to be exercised by the executor, creating an equitable conversion so that only the personal. property and cash, passes to the residuary legatees. Therefore, the demurrer claimed, .the husbands and wives of. the legatees were improperly enjoined, as defendants. Judge Schnauffer. in the opinion, said he didn't feel «n equitable conversion took place. The executor, he said, was not directed to sell the peal estate, but was empowered to do so. ' · · No NeccMtty Exist* He said there was a question of whether an absolute necessity existed to require, the sale of the property In question which is on West Fourth street to carry out the intent of the testatrix. It is admitted, he said, that no necessity existed, in that there are ample funds to pay all expenses as well as to take care of specific legacies. The judge said he examined an inventory in Orphans' Court which showed specific legacies of about 55,000 to $6.000, cash and personal property valued at over $15,000 and $15,000 more from the sale of another property. » The only other ground upon which the question : ; »f; necessity could arise, he taid. would be if the residuary legatees were so numerous it was impossible to make a division in kind and such blending of the real estate and personal property by the testatrix as to clearly indicate the Intent to sell the real ^estate. Promised Property, They Claim To some extent, this may be true, he said, however "where we have an estate so completely solvent" there is no reason why the residuary legatees could not agree among themselves for a division in kind at a fixed or appraised value. Therefore, the court concluded that m Nte Illustrated by Walt Scot Later that night be witnessed the Christmas celebration in Bethlehem. He visited', during his stay in the Holy Land, many places connected with the life of Jesus. But it was not until the Christmas season of 1868 that Brooks wrote the words of the carol that was to become so famous. He wrote it for his Sunday school children. He called it "O Little Town of Bethlehem.*' tz-6. Dickerson's Soldier'i "Body Home For Buria Remains of Claud* JI. B cher, 22. Dickerson, killed Korea about mid-February, w| be brought to the funeral home Barnesville under military esc Friday morning. The son of James and Ma'J Belcher will be given full milital rites and burial honors. Funer arrangements are to be announce by William B. Hilton, funeral d rector. Ten times wounded, Corp. Be cher was reported missing in a tion in Korea, February 12. Tl Department of Defense announce July 10, he had been killed in a tibn. ' Although water holes are gather ng places for many of the animal on which a lion preys, he seldoi makes a kill at these oases. Upon the death of Mrs. Haines, the real estate passed directly to the residuary legatees and an equitable conversion did not Occur. The defendants, who demurred, '-· although they may riot be necessary parties, are still undoubtedly the proper parties and the complainants had the right to join them as party defendants. Although certain of the defendants might have no absolute right ;o'r interest in the property, they Vfo\ild be entitled to the inchoate, right of dower, the Court concluded. . Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey claim that Mrs. Haines, before her death, promised to give them the. real estate in question for services rendered. Alton Y. Bennett and Robert E. Clapp. Jr., represent Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey. William M, Storm is attorney for the executor. The zebu is the Orient's principal yielder of milk. Court News Equity ' ; Doreen A. Droneburg, infant, by Ruth V. Grove her mother and next friend vs. Donald L. Droneburg, bill of complaint for absolute divorce. Marriage Licenses Leonard J. Grouse, 21, Knqxville, and Elsie E. Biddinger, 16, Route 1, this city. ; Melvin A. Boyce, colored, 23, and Jane L. Bowers, 21, colored, both of 524 North Bentz street. Jesse L. Stup, Jr.,; 23, Route 2. and Ruth E: Best, 23, Route 5, this city. George E. Blickenstaff. 19, and Elizabeth J. Summers, 21, both of Myersvillc. Edward L. Zagoric, 24, and Betty L. Viol, 21, divorced, both Of Hag-, erstown. Property Deeded H3rry A. Brashcar and wife, to Floyd William Belter and wife, ?10, county; .'. Wilbur J. Cline and wife, to Joseph' E. DeLauter and wife, :$10, county. V ; Ada H. Miller to Arthur F. Wolford and wife, $10, .county. :. Harry F; -Hoffman and wife, to Leonard L. Fink: and wife, $10, County. 'Charles C.. Putman and wife, to John W. Shank and wife, $10, county. ;' ;, " ·· Sherman P. Bowers, et al., trustee to Francis J. Esworthy and wife, $10, county. Sherman P. Bowers, et al., trustees to Francis J. Esworthy and wife, $700, county. J. William Brosius, Jr.. and wife, to Lewis E. 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