The News from Frederick, Maryland on December 6, 1951 · Page 7
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 7

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, December 6, 1951
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Routzahn Case Jury Disagrees A Circuit-Court jury was unable to reach a verdict in the case o£ Earl L-, Routzahn. 237 East Church i street, charged with assault with 'intent «·» have carnal knowledge and assault and battery, on Wednesday. After deliberating for an hour the jury told the court that they were unable to agree on a .verdict. The case will be retried in the next term of Circuit Court before a different jury. In his opening statements State's Attorney Charles U. Price described to the jury the incident alleged in the indictment telling them that such conduct, ; which the child says was not unusual in her father, could not be tolerated. Only Three Witnesses Attorneys for the defendant. Edwin Nikirk and Clifford Virts stated that the indictment was a vindictive act of a child who objected to stern punishment. According to the defense counsel, the defendant was a stern and strict parent who objected to certain conduct of his daughter and the ' accusations · of the child resulted from his interference in a n affair which the father says was not right for his daughter. Only three witnesses testified · The young child, now aged 15 described to the jury the alleged conduct of her father. In the summer of 1950 she testified that she finally consulted the probation officer Mrs. W. C. Roderick, The girl stated that before this she had complained to her mother about her father and had discussed the matter with her sisters. Brother Testifies Stanley Routzahn. 16-year-old brother of the complainant testified that on the morning of one of the alleged incidents he was awakened by his sister's crying and saw her with a bloody nose which it' was testified was inflicted by the defendant. Earl Routzahn the defendant, denied completely all charges. He said ·that he tried to bring his daughter up correctly and hit her nose when she "sassed" him while he was reprimanding her. Mrs. Routzahn. called by the State, refused under Maryland law to testify against her husband. Maynard Palmer, called by the State, was not in court and Given 60 Day» In ' Lieu Of $100 Fine Home sanctuary was denied William Cromwell on a charge of drunkenness before, Magistrate H. Reese Shoemaker, Wednesday night, when a property owner notified the court that the defendant had no residence where arrested. Cromwell raised the question of jurisdiction of Sergt. Ralph Potts in arresting him early yesterday morning "when I was home in my yard." Sergt. Potts said he had been called by Marion Talley, property owner at 245 West Patrick street about 1:20 a. m. that a man mas loitering about the residence. ·OTie officer said Cromwell was standing at the corner of the build- Ing and ran to the back yard upon his approach. Magistrate Shoemaker informed the defendant the complaining property owner disvowed Cromwell's alleged residence at the address and sentenced him to 60 days in jail in default of $100 fine. In a case of non-support brought by Celestia Bowens against John Bowens, colored, Middle alley: the ccurt passed an order of weekly payments of $6 for a period of three years unless changed by intervening circumstances. Traffic collaterals of S6.45 each, were forfeited by Richard T. Biggs. 135 West Third street, exceeding 30 mph and Frank J. Jackson. College avenue, failing to stop at boulevard sign. Both were cited by Officer Shermaii Boone. PRODUCTION LAGS NEW YORK Dec. 5--{^--Deputy Defense Secretary William C. Foster told American and European manufacturers tonight that jet planes, tanks, bomb sights and radar--among other things-- are 'not being produced fast enough. And, he added: "Many reports 1 see tell of immense and accelerating preparations on the other side of the iron curtai». "I know these hard words will not be popular, but my studied opinion is that our relative position is not improving fast enough. Major Arctic icebergs are produced by about 18 "name" glaciers such as the Humboldt, north of Cape York. a bench warrant was issued. The complainant it was brought out has been placed in another home by the probation officer. HERE TOMORROW --The rriood will be western at the City Opera House on Friday and Saturday when "Wild Bill 1 Tommy Tucker, range rider and sound effects man from Cheyenne County, Nebraska, will make personal appearances at the theater. Tucker is a white haired ex-cowboy who dresses like Buffalo Bill ody. "Wild Bill." who is also known as "Hurricane" Tucker, gave up a range-riding career to become an imitator and sound effects man for sound movies. Wild Bill will explain his work and tell how animated cartoons are made, and then will produce the sounds. His most popular piece of imitation is of a hurricane--which won him his nickname. Other imitations and sound effects in his repertoire which he will present here include imitating air battles, storms at sea, jungle sounds, including jungle birds, jungle frogs, monkeys fighting, and will sing songs in a lower voice and in a "Popeye" voice. · Originator ,of the famous Tarzan yell. Tucker claims movies substituted his voice for that of Johnny Weismueller's in the Tarzan picture? until Johnny learned to yell himself Other of his sounds include the famous Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck voices, both in speech and voice. . Wild Bill will also have his rangp riding equipment along, including shoot m' irons, rope, ".hip, sours and boots Frederick residents were given a preview of Tucker's voice contortions on Wednesday when he visited in town Also on the stage will be a hill-billy jamboree with Bud Messner and his Skylmers. Wild Bill will appear at every show, and will also be at the special Saturday morning show for the children. An ELECTWCAL^^ BRIGHT IDEAS! 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April or earlier possession can be arranged, inspection by appointment only. GEORGE M. CHAPLINE, Realtor Ruhland C. Boyer, Rep. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE CHAPLINE BLDG.. 110 W. PATRICK ST., PHONE 870 OR 1088 Member: Real Estate Board of Frederick, Ine. National Association of Real Estate Beard* THE *ig Sf · ·I Naturally The Gift for Her is The most important--S 0 choose her Gift carefully. Give her a Gift She will long remember and appreciate. Select her Gift from LobelVs. "GIFTS FOR HER" · DRESSES · COATS 9 · SUITS · BLOUSES · SKIRTS · SWEATERS · JACKETS · SLIPS . s · PANTIES · BRAS December Weather Warmer Than Manual BALTIMORE. Dec. 5. (#·--The first five days of December have been about 12 decrees warmer on the average than is normal for Maryland. The Weather Bureau said today they also have been a little wetter than usual. Baltimore's rainfall in December rose to l.Cfl inches this morning. The average for the first five days of the month is .54 The normal temperature early in \* »n averiKu 49 degrees. I Forecasters said tomorrow's high probably will b« around 80. Charts indicated no real cool weather for several days. The Baltimore area had its third straight morning of fog and mist, playing hob with airline schedules at Friendship International airport. Some planes landed, however, when they found the same condition's at Washington. HAOKR8TOWN WANTS IN HAGERSTOVVN, Dec. 5. itfV-The Hajjerstown Real Estate Board has Essoheat Fuel Oil Kerosene MONOCACY OIL COMPANY Distributors Estso Product* Phone 365 Frederick, Md. New», , Md.. Thnrsdiiy, December 6, IJHrt passed a resolution that Hagerstown be declared a critical housing area. Rcaltori and brokers who make up the board point out that such a classification would alleviate thp city's housing problem sincp it would enable builders to get priority on building materials and easier ftnanclns terms. 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