IMMIGRATION: Again, Turpitude

Nine years ago Signer Guiseppe Danise came to the U. S. from Salerno, Italy, under contract with the Metropolitan Opera Company, leaving Signora Danise and two bambinos behind him.

In 1925 Signora Danise left sunny, seaside Salerno and followed her husband to the U. S. She said she found him in residence with another woman. A divorce followed, and Baritone Danise married the corespondent.

In 1927 Baritone Danise became a U. S. citizen.

Last week the Department of Labor prepared to urge the deportation of Baritone Danise on the ground of moral turpitude.*...

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