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441 Judson Place

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4 YOUTHS ARRESTED IN BICYCLE THEFTS Thieves' Gang Believed Broken by Captures; Stolen Machines Found A ring of bicycle thieves is believed by police to have been broken last night with the arrest of four youths and recovery of five bicycles and parts of several others. Those held on charges of larceny are Joseph Helfer, 17, of 340 North Tenth street; Willlam Albertson, 16, of 113 North Eighth street; Walter Urban, 17, of 109 Allen's Court, and Frank Paterino, 16, of 634 Linwood street. They were arrested in Urban's home by Lieut. Herbert Anderson and Detectives Walter Smith and John Trout, who have been investigating a series of recent bicycle thefts. The bicycles and parts were found in the homes of all the youths. Two of the bicycles were identified by Roland Taylor, of 108 South Fourth street, and Frank Passwater, of 441 Judson place. According to Lieutenant Anderson, all but Helfer have been arrested several times before for the same offense.

4 YOUTHS ARRESTED IN BICYCLE THEFTS

A ring of bicycle thieves is believed by police to have been broken last night with the arrest of four youths and recovery of five bicycles and parts of several others.

Fourteen firemen were overcome by smoke, one of them being removed to Cooper Hospital, and about $20000 in damage was done at a fire at the plant of the Frank G. Hitchner Wall Paper Manufacturing Company, Fifth and Mickle streets, Camden, yesterday. It was not until late yesterday afternoon, after twelve hours fighting, that the flames were subdued, although not at any time was there a burst of flame.

14 Camden Firemen Overcome by Smoke

Fourteen firemen were overcome by smoke, one of them being removed to Cooper Hospital, and about $20000 in damage was done at a fire at the plant of the Frank G. Hitchner Wall Paper Manufacturing Company, Fifth and Mickle streets, Camden, yesterday. It was not until late yesterday afternoon, after twelve hours fighting, that the flames were subdued, although not at any time was there a burst of flame.