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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, July 15, 1920, Image 7

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IVo Girls of Church Ticnic
Crowd Among List of
Export Swimmer Lost in
Woodoloft Cluuind -Inquiry
Is Ordered.
Six person, two of Uiem kits nml
the others boys under sixteen, were
drowned yesterday in and about Notv
York "!t".
Mlfs Ida Dlnkersloot of Thirty-second
ftreet, Clifton, N. J., nnd Miss Nolllo
Holstor ot J35 Sherman street, Passaic,
ere .:ruwnetl In Verona Lake, at Ve
rona, N. J- They hail ffono to the lako
on tlie annual picnic of the First Hollmd
IMormed Church of Tassale, and after
lunch went bathing. They wcro seized
with cramps. Miss Holster's brothor,
ItuJolph. 16, went to their aid, but the
frightened Klrls pulled him under the
water. He was rescued by Charles
Trut-x, another of the picnickers. Tho
bailie of the girls wero recovered by
iawd Slabatk, former Mayor ot Ve
rona. Two of the hoys drowned were David
Jlonvitz, 15 years old. of 264 Seymour
nenue, Newark, and Robert Miller, 12,
of Clinton avenue, Newark. Yotfnff Hor
witz went to Slngnc with his sister, Mrs.
Fannie Teltelbauni, nnd Btarted to swim
arvnts the rawalc River, ft distance ot
about K'O feet. Mrs. Tcltelbaum saw
him throw up his hands and sink nnd
the swam toward him, but she was not
able to reach him In time. Tho body
Was recovered,
YounB Miller was visiting at tho sum
mer cottafio of Edward Wcatherlll at
Budd Lake. With ona of tho Wcatherlll
bo)?. Hob rt. went out on a float. Ho
dived, and did not como up again. Tho
bodv was recovered.
Joseph Dembroskl, 8 years old, of 302
Water street, Brooklyn, was sent along
tlio docks of tho East River to look for
blt of wood. Charles Koblsky, 11, of
201 Water street, was with him. At the
foot ot Washington street Joseph Jumpod
Into, the water, The Ppllco Department
has begun a search for the body.
Assistant District Attorney Elvin Ed
wards of Nassau county has begun on
Investigation of tho death of Thomas
McCann, who was drowned In Wood
cleft Channel on Tuesday, McCarui
lived In m East Fiftieth street nnd was
nn expert swlmmor, having at ono time
been a lifeguard. Ho started to swim
ncross'tha channel, nnd did not como up
again after ho dived. Tho body was
found near tho' spot whoro ha had gone,
down. An autopsy will bo performed by
Dr. Arthur Jacques of i-ynbrook.
Matthew Prouskl, IB, of 3U St. Paul's
avenue,, Jersey City;, was drowned In tho
Hackensaclc River yesterday afternoon
when he went flwlmmlng with several
ether boys. Tho body was not rocovcred,
Ccnere Snliellt JIrlnn Plnnrf of
Swiftest Alriilnne. v
Tho plans of a biplane which Is said
to bo the swiftest piano In tho world
havo been brought to this country by
Lieut.- Cesero Sabellt of tho Italian
Caccla Air Squadron, who arrived yes
terday on the steamer Giuseppe Verdi of
tho Transatlanttcn, Itallnna Line. The
piano can mako 280 kilometers, or about
173 miles an hour, according to Lieut.
Sabellt. Ho said that ho would discuss
tho plans with members of tho Aero
Club, but would not make known the
name of the piano for several days.
The Verdi brought In 60 first cabin
passengers, 245 second cabin and 1,650
steerage. Among those Aboard wcro Dr.
A. T. Webb, who has for years been den
tist to tho Italian royal family, and
Lionel Perella, Italian banker, who re
turned optimistic over Italy's rapid re
cuperation from tho war. .
Flint HciulH Aircraft 'Society.
Albert H. Flint, vice-president of the
L. W. F. Enlgncerlng Company, Col
lege Point, L, I was reelected president
of tho Manufacturers Aircraft Associa
tion t a meeting held yesterday at tho
association's offices, 501 Fifth avenue.
Frank H. Russell, Curtles Aeroplane
nnd Motor Corporation, was elected sec
retary; J. K. Robinson, Jr., president of
the Gallaudet Aircraft Corporation of
East Greenwich, R. I., vice-president,
and P. B. Rcntschler of tho Wright Aero
nautic Corporation of Patcrson, N. J.,
Police CaIIciI tp Protect Man Who
Hun Down Child.
Five policemen were sent to Mount
Slnar Hospital, Fifth nvenuo and 100th
street, lost, night to help Detectives
Unger and Rudolph and Patrolman At
tach of thn Runt 104th strt station
disperse ,a crowd p( ,300 Italians. Tho
leaders In tho crowd said they were
waiting for tho driver of a truck that
had run down and killed Vlto Antonelll,
0 years old, of 234 East 106th street.
Tho driver, Joseph Pacello, 43 years
old, a wholesale grocer of Newburgh,
N, Y carried tho boy to tho hospital
from 106th street and Third avenue
whero tho accident occurred. There It
was found the boy had died; After the
crowd had been scattered, Pacello was
taken to the East 104th street station
awl charged with homicide. Tho police
said cyo witnesses told them the truck
was going Blowly, but that the street
was full ot playing children. Pacello
said he had no time to apply the brakes.
Two Union Delegations Will Greet
Health Commissioner.
Dr. Royal S. Copcland, Health Com
missioner, who went abroad Mny 3 to at
tend a health congress Tit Brussels nnd
afterward spent some time In England,
In dun homo this morning on the Lap
land ftom Southampton
A r port was received at the Health
Department offices yesterday afternoon
that a delegation of tho International
Brotherhood of Stationary Firemen and
tho International! Union of Steam Engi
neers will meet the ship at Pier 61, Hud
son River, to .express their appreciation
of Dr, Copeland's work in settling the
heat strike.
8 Cent Fnre Suspended.
The S cent tariff rate filed by the
Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Com
pany has been suspended by tho Inter
state Commerce Commission until Au
gust 2, ' Orcn Root, president of the
road, announced yesterday. Tho sus
pension Is applied on a period of 110
days, beginning April 4. Mr. Root said
tho commission has power to extend
tho suspension again for thirty days it
It Is found desirable. Meantlmo the
present 6 and 10 cent tariffs will continue.
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