Investigation at Creedmore Hospital

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Investigation at Creedmore Hospital - Violent Death Strikes Its 15th At Creedmoor...
Violent Death Strikes Its 15th At Creedmoor Battle With Editors DelaysHarvardPaper partly clad editors of the Harvard Crimen, Harvard University undergraduate undergraduate daily, and a group of unidentified tuxedo-clad tuxedo-clad tuxedo-clad youths in- in- terrupted. momentarily, the print- print- KLii- KLii- il P-irk P-irk P-irk V..m in 61 inK of t(xia' s edition. Moral I ark woman, ui. lA,.r. v,uh, dild in luxedos CnrrnmlM Rmkpti Crimson editor, -ui. -ui. swooped SUCCUmiM o nroKCi down on lne of..a, U)e papei Tlii.rli Uf.r -i -i Fall ilboul 3 am' Btack eyfs and i infill iitr a ran bieetUng nose or two reslllted from i the skirmish that followed. The The 15th violent death since Jan. intruders were dm en away without 1 at the Creedmoor State Hospital. serious injury to anyone. Hollis. L. I . was reported to the : " mMrsal Mary 'voeickM.oi.' of 40, Distress Signals Brokaw Ac.. Floral Park, was the ir 1 n i IStil victim. She dice of a broken Heard T TO 111 Ship Until, Mcil'.i ,i. Kxatnlticr Richard Yokohama rw 10 f4T!i.tnn, Grimes reported. Hospital officials : authorities today Intercepted distress " ioi u" uie ,-innals ,-innals ,-innals belieed to ha v.- v.- nunc irom nighr of Nov. 8. tne American freuthfer. Ethan Allen. Mrs Voelcker was first admitted The ship reported it was drifting l.n-iKiui l.n-iKiui l.n-iKiui .state HOr-pita. HOr-pita. HOr-pita. on ,,;,.,, southeast o! Yokohama cwuierrM after its rudder m damaged in a 1.) lee-lll,,,! lee-lll,,,! lee-lll,,,! on ) t. 111. Tin- Tin- Queen Comity nirv m , uf.v ended two months of investigation into four violent deaths of inmates I shorter hours for the employes, of the institution and came to the m"r" h,1P lind whT wages, conclusion that no crime had been . T!ic :nvmuuiwn b-nan b-nan b-nan shortly committed ; ,fter the deal OS Sept. . list, of Alfred Oehler Jr., 23, of 132-33 132-33 132-33 SU-Wane SU-Wane SU-Wane Scale Was Hit ver Court, Ozone Park. At the same time, however, the i of tre H other deaths, five were juror., found that the hospital uu, attnbuted to broken leg.-, leg.-, leg.-, one had a undermanned and t.Uc viu-n. viu-n. viu-n. twr lured .,kullano'hef a broken were working at a wage scale 'so knee rap. two others died of Inter-low Inter-low Inter-low as to render it practically im-; im-; nal injuries and two more by ob-posslble ob-posslble ob-posslble to employ persons who mictions in the patients' throats, possess the necessary qualifications , In live cases, patients were re-or re-or re-or who are sufficiently competent 1 ported to have fallen and six other to perform their duties." deaths were classified merely as ac- ac- The grand jury recommended ' cidental.

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle19 Dec 1935, ThuPage 3

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)19 Dec 1935, ThuPage 3
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