Investigation at Creedmore Hospital
Violent Death Strikes Its 15th At Creedmoor Battle With Editors DelaysHarvardPaper partly clad editors of the Harvard Crimen, Harvard University undergraduate daily, and a group of unidentified tuxedo-clad youths in- terrupted. momentarily, the print- KLii- il 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. swooped SUCCUmiM o nroKCi down on lne of..a, U)e papei Tlii.rli Uf.r -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 belieed to ha 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 .state HOr-pita. on ,,;,.,, southeast o! Yokohama cwuierrM after its rudder m damaged in a 1.) lee-lll,,,! on ) t. 111. 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 shortly committed ; ,fter the deal OS Sept. . list, of Alfred Oehler Jr., 23, of 132-33 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.-, one had a undermanned and t.Uc viu-n. twr lured .,kullano'hef a broken were working at a wage scale 'so knee rap. two others died of Inter-low as to render it practically im-; nal injuries and two more by ob-posslble to employ persons who mictions in the patients' throats, possess the necessary qualifications , In live cases, patients were re-or who are sufficiently competent 1 ported to have fallen and six other to perform their duties." deaths were classified merely as ac- The grand jury recommended ' cidental.