Miscellany, Apr. 16, 1934


The New York Sun reported:

"Warden Clarence Merritt and Deputy Warden Frank Phelan of the Yonkers city jail announce the marriage of their prisoner. Philip Slavickas of 152 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, to Miss Isabella Spero of 1252 Sixty-Second Street. Brooklyn. . . .

''The marriage took place in the barred cubicle of Warden Merritt's office at the Yonkers jail. Justice of the Peace Albert Fiorillo officiated. Miss Spero was tastefully dressed in a black tailored ensemble and wore a corsage of gardenias. Mr. Slavickas wore the customary striped trousers, the stripes running horizontally...

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