Thieves Take cigars in Sons of Italy Hall


Camden Courier-Post – June 23, 1933

A black leather pocketbook containing $5.50, papers and house keys, was stolen Wednesday night from the parked automobile of Violet Byers, 413 Broadway, on Park Boulevard near Kaighn Avenue.

Cigars, cigarettes and candy valued at $18 were stolen from the Sons of Italy hall at 440 Spruce Street, it was reported by the janitor, Nick Pitrini. An empty cash register taken from the place was found in the yard. Entrance was made through a side window.


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