The Morning Post from Camden, New Jersey on August 21, 1925 · 1
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Friday, August 21, 1925
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-If. ' . - J t - yUati Xith AD Fficu; NEW SERIES,: No.9893, - WEATHER B'air continued .cool to-. nlht. Saturday fAlr; filn temperature CAMDEN. NEWJ E H.SBX FRIDJLT, ; AUGUST ; 2 1, 1925; A TWENTY PAGES TWC CEIJTa IllW" AJm TWO KILLED RICHARDS BLAMED AS TOLLS REACHES BATTLE CRISIS Chairman Noyes Refers to Lack of Argument With State of - Pennsylvania 'SENATOR ENTRUSTED WITH LEGAL MATTERS Action Expected Today , Meeting of the Joint Commission ' at With the brld tolls dlwpuU at a eiisla today bfor th 1olnt oommll- . lon, State Senator Emron P. Rlcta- . "With reapctnlblllty for the oontroversy. Blame for the deadlock which threatens to delay the completion of th span was placed on Senator Richards by VV. H. Noyes. of Tenatty, i . . i- m nu Jt m,1N vice rnairman oi m iinup aiiu a uu-nel Commission of New Jersey and chairman of that body when th ; llrst aaTeemertt for the construction of the brides was trade with Pennsylvania. w No Written Aflreement ; Kx plaint nr that no written acres ment between New Jersey and Penn-svlvanla rerardlnc the chartrlnE of tolls ever was made, Mr. Noyes said: "Naturally.-the commission entrusted who was Its counsel at that time.' -The New Jersey Prlde and? Tunnel Commission and the Pennsylvania Brldff. Commission '. will meet In Phll-, Adelphla . today; . t i Commissioner Noyes, whlls hs w wllllnr to is- T ' Wkatlt.tfl- ikA ttfhm Aueatlnn kMiM. ran tH i9S)si.eM9tvfinskEv.T.xvw. at Its end of , the bridg-e, ,Us .despite " the statement of State Senator Simp- ton, of Jerssy City,, that. the. United States Supreme Court had ruled that one - State could not control a ortafe carryinf an interstate 1'Mth.way. Simpson Takes Issue Senator Simpson's , , statement was Csrey, of Jersey City, counsel for the brldg-e and tunnel commission, who said that New Jersey could collect tolls In that Stats on traffic oomtn and g-olnc from the bridge. Governor SHser criticised "Irresponsible" persons, who, he said, are dotnc "murh talking-," In a atatenrent which he Issued yesterday, v "A lot of irresponsible persona are doing much talking." he said. "This ""tnatter Involves 138,000,000. Let them do their talking now. , , Senator SuTipson will likely attend the meeting today. Last week he said that the " New Jersey members of, the onmlsslon should refuse at their next meeting with the Pennsylvania re pre-" tsntatlves to, Jet any more contract for work. " '"fts - He said that If .they consented to the warding of mors contract her would ask the 'Governor of New Jersey to re-, move thercv It Is, believed the Governor will refuse to b a party te any such draslio procedure. !,.,., "r,. -Bridge Trsfflo ststimatea An Incvease from year to year In the number of vehicles that will use the Delaware River Bridge after Its opening and a proportionate annual drop in the number that will be carried by the ferries. Is shown In figures . compiled by the engineering board of the bridge, to be submitted In a report to the "Joint commission this afternoon. sy ' ' The engineers est'miue , that. ' 17.80 ' vehicles will pass over the bridge dally In the first twelve months of operation. .The report shews that vehicular traffic on the; ferries has grown from Z.41M4 vehicles in 1520 to s.700,00 this year, the ' figures for the laat flvs " months of the year being estimated. ' . From July 1, 1W6, vrhen tjve bridge will be opened, to June 0, 49-7, the bridge traffic will be S.050.00C, u the en-! g1ner estimate, while the a fflo I Wilt drop-' to 1.676,000-. ,-:-."', .:V--S-1'';''- t By HJ9, according to the report, the , bridge , ttalfno will have climbed tOv lTT WO.00O vehicles, or 61.000 a day, while tbs ferry trafac, estimated at 3,i76.000 .for each year from 192S. to 139, will In .relation to "the. total cross-rtver traffic t have ahown a steady yearly decrease. From . July 1 to June SO each twelve i months after Jane 10. 1921 to 193. the i bricks vehicular traffic ) to trow to the 5 faSowtnr order: 7,153,000, or -ll.OOft .Ye-'' Iseiea dallyj t.SeO.OOO,. or c 94.600 dally? f ll,0Wi. or .97.600 dally; lfl.35O.0OO. or daily; U.SM.OOO, or. M.400 dally; ; : :,W?,0. or 2i00 dally; 19.J5O.0OO, or I i:9 fj-ly; I4.254,v0. or s,00 dally; i ij,t:,a r-4S.m tiy,v iMM.oo,;r , Ily, ana 17(S:o,CCO, or 51,000 ve- . ., ' . ." tz".jr r;pHittS: taat pfsr ! Ue Penn Beef A fctreet; They par t afei expounds f ...... ii C ay ... made way t A feck, but no one in ri any rsac&la r"-t. ' - .1 t-trt Woman Sees Negro Burglar Crawl From Under Her Bed Watches in Silence as Robber Steals Husband's Trousers and Then Flees With Owner of Raiment x in Pursuit v To see a burglar crawl fom beneath her bed, steal her husband's trousers and then fie was the experience this morning of Mrs. Kl va ' Delerson. of the northwml corner of Second and Chestnut streets. At 3 o'clock Mrs. Delerson was awakened by a noise in the room. It was suggestive of a mouse rustling about the carpet. Her husband, Henry Delerson, a saloonkeeper, was in profound slumber and she decided not to awaken him for such slight cause. Unable to resume her slumber Mrs. Delerson looked toward the bay window, through frhtch the light from the corner' arc light made objects semi-visible. Sees Man's Arm Appear White she was gastng out of the window, speculating on the sound, she saw sn object -appear from beneath the bed. With startled eye she saw It stretch toward a rhatr beside the bed on which were spread her husband's trousers. In the dim light she saw it was an arm, that the hand clutched the trousers and drew them beneath the bed. Mrs. Delerson was -paralyzed with fear. Bhe was unable to move or utter a sound. Cold perspiration bathed her body and she was on the verge of fainting when her husbnad was aroused E 'DRY TSAR' OF S. J. New National Staff of Regional prohibition Directors A. Vf FOSTER GOES TOifEW YORK Present Chief of Agents Yellovy-ley Sent West . By JOSF.PH 8. WASNEY (United Press Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Aug. 21. The new national staff of 24 regional prohibition directors who dre to Inaugurate on September 1, "the Andrews plan" of dry enforcement, were announced to-day by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Lincoln C. Andrews, new dry tsar. . William G. Murdock, at present" State prohibition director of Pennsylvania, will head the new district, which will include the eastern districts - of the State and South Jersey. John A. Foster, formerly divisional chief In Philadelphia, has been transferred as acting head of the dry forces in New York City. C K. Yellowley, up till now , headr'Jof prohibition agents, has tjen sent to California as regional chief. The list of appointments follows: District No. 1Malne. New Hamshire, Vermont. Massachusetts and Rhode Island, headquarters Boston R. B. Saras, (acting.) District No. 9 Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and Connecticut, headquarters New York J, A. Foster, (acting.) . District No. J Western and Northern District of New York, headquarters, Buffalo R. Q. Merrick, (acting.) " District No. 4 Western and JMJddle Districts of Pennsylvania, headquarters PltUburgh Frederick Balrd. -District No. 5 Eastern District of Pennsylvania ' and South Jersey, headquarters Philadelphia William Q llur dock. . District No. 6 Maryland. District of Columbia and Delaware, headquarters. Baltimore Edmund Budnlts. . i , "- District No. 7 Virginia and West Virginia, ; headquarters. Roa noke.' Va. R. A. FtilwlJer. . . . . , , . ..- District No. 8 Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina, headquarters, Charlotte B. , C; Sharpe. . District No." 9 Florida, headquarters, Tampa Halsey Dunwoody District No. 10-Ixulslana. Mississippi. Alabama and "Arkansas, headquarters. New Orleans O. t. Jackson. District No. -11 Kentucky and Tn-nessie, "T headquarters Loulsviite-Sam Collins. , DlrtrlctNo.' JV-Ohlo and Michigan, headquarters, CoiumbusE. 1. Porter-field. . T I - ' . (CONTINUED ON PAQB TWO) V MURDOCK MAD Blames i LaGKfflat&&Siwa- 'Larr i'or Why are there so many mosquitoes this year 7 4, ' - j - .4- CharU JC HaJlowell aasociated ' with the Pennsylvania State, College extension ofSce 'In , Philadelphia, answers the question. ;".., ' i " It was .last winter's snow, and tea. Mr. Hallow-ell declare. The ground: was covered and that kept even temperature underneath. ' , As a . result the larvae of buys and fnr"s ' lived and enjoyed the Easter t:- .J. Wtn "tho rfcund br t t l. they y itxed U r .way Sat I Ci WL' . i;tt Cry t' t r t!ae I. of- f t .t 2 :-:r.r-i'-, ' --. :-.T -t.-t Kir after the owner of th arm crawled from beneath the bed. Delerson leaped from bed, his wife gave a piercing scream, and the intruder, still clotch tog the trousers, tumbled downstairs, --tan through the house and then leaped from a bay window on the first floors Hs retained the trousers. Neighbors, aroused by the shouts and yells, apprised the police. Policemen Brickner. Patton and Gaskin arrived soon after, but the thief had disappeared. - "Negro Held as Suspect Delerson said he recognized the Intruder as a negro. An hour lajter Acting Sergeant Potter arrested Jesse Pettis, colored, 37. of 1065 South Second street, at Broadway and Walnut. Pettis said he was waiting for a trolley car to go to a gargae on White Horse pike, where he is employed. . He asserted his inno-cense, but was sent to the hall. , Delerson said his trousers contained from $20 to ft25. "I'm sorry I didn't have a gun In the room," said Delerson. "I'll be better prepared next time," A second floor window reached from a shed roof was the means of entrance. How long the robber had been In the house Is not known. TAXI' INSURANCE Sherwood Succeeds in Killing vsPf ptection Measure Vhldfr V iirobLEToti Uqainst IT Hitchnef Advocates Passage and Mayor Supports Him , Wih an even split In the vote on the ordinance compelllnf tazieab owners' .to carry liability Insurance tpr ta protection of passengers, the City Commissioners killed the plan at last night's sessln. ''.,.' Commissioner Prank G. .Hltchner stuck by his guns and had Mayor King-lined op on his side when the vote was taken. Commissioner Carroll P. Sherwood drew Commissioner Mtddleton to balance the vote at 2-2. The Illness of Commisalener Staley saved Sherwood, Mtddleton and the Mayor from- much embarrassment. For by their official - acts the trio stood on both sides of the question. The disagreement among the ; Commissioners at ;their morning confrsrence asserted itself only in the actual "Tes" and ''No", recorded for the .minutes. Atl the speech-making, that turned last week's meeting into a farce, as Sherwood and Mayor King teetered around to block a vote, was outlawed, i Mayor King announced a public hearing on the ordinance. The proposed jaw. would require the big taxicab companies and Independent owners to carry sufficient Insurance to cover loss of life and Injuries sustained by their riders. The Independent owners are the offenders, it 1 said, many of them (CONTINUED ON PACE SIX) WIFE CLAIMS HUSBAND'S BOSS STOLE AFFECTIONS - (By United Press Wire) - -.CHICAGO, Aug. 21 A test suit to determine whether a wife has a right to sue her husband's employer for alienation of affections was .on file her today- ( . " Mrs.- Helen ' Louise Dandeno ' clalma that since taking a position with. Henry Torstensen. her husband hal spent, all his afternoons playing golf and his evenings playing poker. , It Is, all the employer's fault, according- to the' petition, which denutnds that the employer pay hta employe's wife 9100.000 damage a ' v Mra , Dandeno aiso asks, for separate maintenance ifron Frederick. Dandeno, the husband. , - RULERS REJECT aanda b4 hundreds of thonaanda of th yottagf war killed' by the drooght 'in Jfy a4 June, when nuurshoa dried Up. Had it not been for that fact; Mr. Hal lowaU'haSavw there would have been ven snort raoaqnitoea thaa tSS are. UHtlons of the mciltoe, t!v J and ara thriving: now. , 4 r. HaliweU saU ao tAn4 more than 2,..15 jsrcrzu living fa ani around the city lr-y .taHrw It, Tiy fcve tfm rtw t.r th great rea rri c!: tStrtr fitrl i .: ' mi, tii:r tat5 ; l x x.SJZc tirijr rl v:-t VLr - ::. , ty -c t ;.X t - ;vi- A 'r x ..a.v 'TV of t n -t - DOUBLE TRAGEDY: AS TRUCK DRIVER IGNORES WARNING - "' - " -'fl; . .-:v.. s,. iJj!r-..,r!r Nathaniel' Fager ; and Wife Killed-Today at 36th; Street CAR HURLED AGAINST SHANTY OF WATCHMAN Hurled to Death Near End of Trip to Market, With Load of Fish ' . . Ignoring the warnings of a crossing watchman at Thirty-sixth and Rose dale avenue, a man. and hts wlfewra killed by a Pennsylvania Uallroad tfain at 7.45 o'clock last'Alght. ' - 1 They were Nathaniel Fager, S4: and his wife, Lillian, 48. of Pine Beach hear Toms River. - The truck, which, he was driving was loaded, with fish -3xich he was brlnglrsg up from the jflxore. A pet dog ridlrtg on the seat beside them was also killed In-the wreckage. The crossing watchman, .Jamai Mc-Quald. of 34 Spruce streets Merchnt-vilie, waved his red; lantern frantically as he saw the ; machine turn W"th on Thirty-sixth street from Rosed,' t avenue. The crossing- Is oh tar" 4ount Holly Branch of the Pennsylvat Rail road. s -- -' p t Then MrOi;W thrw lit! hf. mi to signal Fager to stop but he di regard ed the signals and the next instant the machine was bit by the it in.' The truck was thrown against , In watchman's shanty. The victims we' taken to the Cooper Hospital m a dr Jig. condition. . Mra, " rr -4Id . s. ; " w mttt utes after r beinjr - admltte rhlle"fc husband They were Identified y Mrs.-rDur- cella Browtu of 7iS Zfearl itreet, a sister of the dead man. Sh 1 said ' her brother brought fish fronv Eeaeh Haven at -regular Intervals. iThe train which hit them was known as "the fish train," consisting f seireral cars bringing up the day's catch . from points along the northern coast of the Stat. ; : Mrs. Brown and other relatives had been a waiting Facer's arrival, las he always stayed there until morning before disposing of his fish. 'Pollce summoned Mrs. - Brown to the hospital on being advised by ' Toms River authorities that she was a relative of the victim. When the bodies f the two victims were extricated from the wreckage that of Fager was placed' In thecar of John Hendrickson, of , 4218 Metrlel avenue, and the woman In the cut of Charles Abrahanreon, 16 . North Thirty-fifth street.-! The Third District ambulance had been summoned and met' them at Federal street" near Alberta. " It was not deemed advisable to change the patients from the machines to the ambulance, so the ambulance crew ied the way to clear traffic, v Detective Howard Pike Investigated the . accident and found . all eye-witnesses agreed that Fager, had driven directly .on the tracks. - The crossing has no safety gates. . Woman Witness Faints Mra Fred Wjnterbottom. of 3523 Rosedale' avenue, - was one of several persons , who ;. witnessed the t accident. When she saw the truck start toward the crossing- she -screamed ; 'to hlm, She fainted' when the engine hurled the truck aside like a : chip;' Several ' barrels of fish were scattered about - the streets. MURDERER'S- MOTHER DIES IN ANGUISH OVER HER SON Mrs. Pantano Calls Again and Again for-Tony," Who is in-the Death House NEW TORK. Aug.. 21. Firm in her bellaf in tho Innocence or her son. Anthony, now in the death house at Sing Sin ays en of the murderers of the two Brooklyn bank " messengers slain In November, lMj Mrs. Pasquale Pantano, - wife of a retired olive oU dealer, died yesterday fn her home in Brooklyn. Hot U ness warn said to bava been aggravated by her son's trouble.' Although her ".husband and two sons and five .daughters lt hen.' family ' et-cpt Anthony were at her bedsire. the name of the- missing son was most oon-taatly on her Hps. When she regained consciousness .for a short time after a sinking spelt watchers heard her murmur --Tony"; In last indistinct aen-tencs. - v J brother-tn-law.tooJE"b Ww of his mother's death to Tony at CJng -Sing. ranUno's execntioo waa atayai paading an appeal, while three othra, the Diamond ' fcrothex and . Farina, . already fcavo :4 for the eiime- of which he was Jointly oonvteted. , postfc:;2 r;r .ir;; r:::iTC Doxing boute :JS for toni-t at Faf rvlew wr re.- vtn jLsaay nlct Vbecanra tijC ?4 SWirf TO-D4.T, r TtT": 1SAT; four uont; X Z; tL u. cTa, ' Ft M. -' f'L: Ruitu of Track In Which Two -S : A-.v 1 D 41 Nathaniel Fager and Wife Were : - WITH FRUIT POISON Six Deaths From Effects of Arsenic Are Denied By Dr. A. L. Stone MARSHALL BQXjt BETTErt 4 .. - . ' r v ' .; !"'-- in North Jersey "Linking "devtra grippe" with arsenical poisoning was Joday criticised y r-A -L. fitone' head of the cy. Department of Health. He also questoned tu prevalence of th grippe epidemic. Reports that, a Camden physician said he had six persons ' who had died from the-effects of eating fruit that had, been spntyedvwith arenate of. lead were discounted by the City Health Department, where the death records are kept Tho cause of death . on 'report tared In have . either, been Incorrectiy Ttated or deaths from arsenical poisoning have been entirely lacking, it was said Marshall Boy Better Some Improvement lit' the' I condition of? Earl Marshall. : Jr.- eleven-year-old boy, of Maple , Shade, who Is ra th West Jersey Hospital, was reported this morning by the, attending physicians. H! temperature; -which, had clrmsed to 103.2 when the. burning . seasatlon was at its. height had droppeoTback to normal today. He also spent a coim unable night. Aests to determine whether typhoid fever also existed showed negative result. The-Marshall boy Is not considered entirely out of danger, but Is progressing In the right direction. Only : one death from arsenical . poisoning hn occurred,- up to the present Unit, ths victim vbelng Marlon Lyons, four-year-old daughter of Mr. ar.d Mrs. John F. Lyons, of 2East Greenwood avenue. . anlyn. After " eatin-' peaches he was taken vllently IU and died a few days later, in the-Children's Hospital. Philadelphia., - - ."This Is the season when considerate slcknes always occurs, from ; eating either ; too much f rult or fruit In an under-ripe condition," Dr. Stone explained." He said tlikt he did. not know of a single , physician who ? had been working "night arid day" to attend patient said to have been' suffering from either : arsenical poisoning or 'devil's grippe He added- that he . knew of several physicians tbo : are' working night and day, but they are caring "for the practices of their medical colleagues who were out of town on 'vacations. . ... "Devirs grippe' appeared In epteremic form In the 'northern, section of -the State - between 1 five and six weeks 'ago and has now reached this- end 'of the State-' However it was , never - linked with thev eonsnmption s of fruit Which might hVve beenv treatfrtf with arsenate of lead, '. r v ' - " i - ' ' l x ? !tkeliifantHa Psralysls One prominent physician said today that, the symptoms bear ; C-meVresem-blancc to the early stages of , Infaiitlle paralysis, if hasty exclusions ,are, to be drawn' In any -direction.''" DurinS.. the scare in I?16 he said hundreds of. school children, were violently ID, running temperatures of .105 combined: wRh extreme nausea ami 'a .clammy Mcin. but ''they werW able, to - be about in" leas ' than five ' days after belrj Cricken. " Occaslonafly the paralyyu vouli na:t . . - : of than in done f a c:. j-"er7 r atr. -" -V i . i:i-f i.i " s t o. ii fc" - ' vl i.h r-rt c m. pete r't.O:-' ' t. i 1 (I suit' m rfw,. 5 1 t W GRIPPE CONFUSED Dr. Stone txt 6ay V- jrtO!!!y more, arr sr:?tl. r-cL:5nir 7 y 4 9 N " Killed When Their Machine Was Hit by a Train and Hurled Avainst a Watchman's Shantj in East Camden SLAYER :-,o--'-.-. i 4' XL SARAH LEWIS TAKEN BY BROTHER Virginia Relative Hdd Misgivings Over Welfare of Bullet Victim . :."'.?-.- v -j?-. ; aeMSMir,v - . . NO WORD FOR MONTHS Dispatch From Police Gives News of Murder Misgivlnge about the welfare of David Johnson, - colored man who was slam Tuesday night by v Sarah Lewis, his common-law wife, at Second and Ben-, son streets, haunted his brother; Kerry Johnson, for several weeks.' Ha came here ; today from . Rawlings, Va. to Claim "his brothers' -body after- police had telegraphed - him of the murder. ' . - No word 'had j been received from his brother since early last year, v he said. He 4renerally wrote several ' times 'a year. ' -Anxious ; to . . learn : his .- whereabouts. Ferry wrote several letters but they were unanswered. A nd then one came, back , marked 'whereabouts nn-khown.' Even the letter at Christmas time,; which, Dayi5 had never missed writing;' did not 'arrive. - Ferry; told Captain of Detectives Xing that he; formerly" Uved In this : city and had. seen his brother about three -yeara ago " for the, lasf itlm. - He Identified th body , Cooper Hospital -and arranged I With 'Coroner Pratt for -iu dls-posltiom : jy " j l ' ! ' - Johnson and ; the jLewls woman had lived' '.together . for flve : years. Their homo was at 703 1-2 Kaigbn avenue, Where' they wranaied 'almost- dally v We came home : Tuesday and said he -was going to leave"- her, ': She followed ' him with- a gun -but- he evaded ber for- a short time. Then aha came' across him at Second -and Benson streets and fired the ifatal soot. Bhe Was, arrested and admitted' her gvtlt; " --'r- n W lrA-. V--f'V li r , lr: -.' iVif' SLAIN MAN'S BODY Met Death $4 4 Stockton and New Jersey Companies Taken By New ' -"- Concern ONE SUPPLIES EAST CAMDEN -e Otrwf Furhishe .Water to. Cub r urban Places 'V A newv syndicate today purchased the plants of the Stockton Wa-ter, Company and. the New Jersey Water Service Company, of Haddon Heights. The new corporation will be known as the New "Jersey Water Company and will be headed by George Q. Blanc hard, who has been president of a traction-com-psny at Seattle, Washington. E. H. Smith, of Haddon Heights, will be general manager. Temporary offices -will be at 315 Market street for. many years heaCuarters of the Stockton Company. On September 1 the offices will e located at-521-23 Federal street The Stockton Conipany supplies' water to East Camden and part of -Pen-sauken. The New Jersey Company supplies water to Haddon Heights, Harrington, Oaklyn, Audubon and part of Haddonfleld. Its prlaclpal plant Is near Barrlngtcn, and there la an auxiliary station at- Elllsburg. Extensive enlargements are to be made and the ne w company will eventually embrace a much larger territory. Definite Diana are in course of being made. The new syndicate will sell stock to its patrons along the same line as the Public Service and similar utility concerns.- ' , The Stockton Water Company was organised by. Colonel George Pfelffer in 1892 to provide water for the then town of Stockton, later merged into. Camden.. It was Colonel Pfelffer who built the artesian well system for Camden, but the-company ftas. continued its service in East Camden and If has grown very extensively, with; the increased population of that area. '-1, . - -. ' David Balrd, Sr.,- is president and Joseph Forsyth, .secretary of. the Stockton Company, Both are' retiring J iron participation in tne company. The late - Cooper B. Hatch -was for many years j Its treasurer. - The company at Haddon Heights was organised In 1SS4. POSSES PATROL ROADS t - v IN FIREBUG HiJNT y Pennsylvania State police and ' Delaware county aohorl ties ? were , thrown Into.;; excitement oar iy today, when - it was reported another barn In , the county had been bmed. Although, telephone and couriers were used, in ah effort s to find the: blase, no definite information.' could be obtained. -v. In spite of vigilance : committees f of farmers; ? armed- v with shotguns, ? and State, , - county . . and y township police searching the roads, it .is reported I to the county; authorities that IncondJaries had- succeeded in burning one .more bam. . 5 - '- - x - -- ; . . - - j . Ho' barn .were' destroyed la .'Chester county ;dnring. the , night.--- ,--t-s It - ..--5 rr?-:.. . t7r - t, ,r TV0 VATER PLANTS SOLD TO SYNDICATE HUNT FOR CLOTHE II IN innii MIK!' i i ivwii i iiiwiiai.iv Police Search for" Brown . Stills Usually Worn By. - : Rotonda - TWICE SAW TARCASS0 r ON DAY OF KILLIKCw Husband v of Slain Woman ' Tears Hair Telling of His " Sufferings - . By wearing a different suit when was arrested, from that which he wor early Saturday morning' when ha vis-.. Ited the home of Mrs. Catharine Audla. 215 Berkley street. Jos-rh Rotonda. Bell as a suspect In' the murder of the -woman and her four-year -old son, John Baptist, hay added new suspicion to B!a actions - - - ( New evidence obtiine-i from persons questioned In connection vith the case revealed to Detective Flore VTroneone-todsy that " Rotonda always wore a brown coat with green trousers. " He is-now dressed in a dark blue suit -eith tf thin white stripe as he sitr in .his cell at City Han, the same garment he 214 Benson, street,1 Saturday afternoon .Detectives'" are . making ft thorough search of his home again today in an effort to locate the clothing which he is said to Lavb discarded. Rotonda told Troncone early today that the dark bin suit is the only one he owned. . Several persons who saw his frequently In the vicinity declare he always wore tho-brown coat and green pants. ; Kvery nook and corner-throughput the house 1 being examined In an effort to tixi possible telltale garments. . v - Rotonda also -possesses a polios root' " which 'extends to Italy, where 'a convicted .'Of larceny In ,lis.!-':Zre I ' also been arrested ithree timtj. his "present Incarceration ,byf-6i- or . -ad mlssionafter ' Troncone oum rcr " him with. the evidence. He r""at weeks in jan at "Washlngt6fl,Mi. C.J -ng charged : with cruelty. itev."av. a iucu ua y to .licaini ui. nML til. . - ... on charges by his wife tnat he had shot at her- twice. She agreed to withdraw the complaint Anth)r tlme he waa seized in Pittsburgh, but : Rotonda tH1 slats that it was a mistake, and he ww released. ' Gathering new evidence In the - eatta is growing more difficult. Troncone a3- v vva ,wes ww va w tut - "j Toreasso and Joseph Gentile under forest as material .wtnesses : no- twetLlf , (CONTINUED ON PAQB SIX) BRITISH" RADIO FANS VILC UAUCT AIICQinAIJ;ecnin-Y Plans Perfected Here and. London to Broadcast Pro- ' , grams Through R. C. A. . v- . , , r LONDON. Aug. ,2L Users of crystal radio sets In this country will,, wttklar a few weeks be : able to - listen - In on programs In tho United States to bo : relayed by the British 3roadcastlB3 Company, it was announced today. A complete technical - arrangement has been . made on both sides of the At lantic and has encouraged tho-company; definitely to allocate a part of -tho pro-; gram as "the . American period," an of ficial said. j -v . . -. . The , company is- arranging - an ex change with all ; the" leading Amertcaa radio c organisations - but- the : arrangement In the firsts instance will: be wtUi the Radio Corporation of - America. The plan will go into effect as - soom as : bbcs. ' the -new v,-snper- recervnej station," is In operation, which is expected by October. Officials do net aa- tictpate the results will always be satisfactory at first but believe there .'Lt a - measure ot certainty stuncier- sa - e.e J- t , FLO ZIEGFELD NEARLY 1 lize Sucker' Lux at Frcncn t ; - Baccarat Tcblea v" ; i DEAUVILLE... Ang. Sl.--Ainetier' i . are, growing wise and the niiEloer syndicate running Deauvilleis the j: er for it. Time was when they furnt the baccarat bankers with easy t-through the usual beginner's rxlr Flo Zlegfeld left for LonCta J ; day,? after .'winnlns-" practlcsCy .;' to pay the expenses of the oocr I don. Zlegfeld "FolHesv" season, wl announces wfa be inaugurated far t- CC3LpJ:EC0::iY: ' X.ZZ1.1 S AT IV! ! iTu I ' - cy tr- : i'Trr WAemiTcri.'i aj- v favorite adxesa tZ ' " tura- .!'seOc-'--?'."' ' a. txr : OWNED BY SUSPEC -,ii- '

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