Clipped From The Miami News
MURDER COIfTINCED FROM PAGE ONE the DeVito's truck parked by the side to or a lonely road, one-half one-half one-half line Eu' ihf. Browar county "ne, ea less than half a mile east of N. W. Second ave.. and m,.H.r Z . V """ ui uui ui vi Aviiami uaraen road. Mon-lers. Mon-lers. day afternoon. He nnssori th lonce SarurHau Knf .,a. u I j , wui. naa aia uuc DiUtf opposite to that on which the hnHv ex- was found and did not nnM. u on I When h rm,r,A , i. a u.. .uutii aLiii ni pin- the murder scene Monday, he in- in- vrswgaieu, xound me Dooy, already na- in a state of decomposition, and Bai- notified authorities. ITtr'. ai ' . - for th' crta. .i I. w. of unusual violence However it I iuicuvc. nuweycr. '( is believed, one motive may have hn rnKw .5 v. i Zu 7" as in De Vito's in However, $300 in new $50 bills was disrnvered h fh ontWifi.. t b- the dead man's left Docket, where I . I tnieves were unlikely to overlook it c. S. Fenn of the Flamingo Pack-in Pack-in I ine Co. of Dania told authorities I that far Ta VitVs (-nnupniprira (-nnupniprira (-nnupniprira Vio changed some bills for him ' into I O mtm-mm.m.-r mtm-mm.m.-r mtm-mm.m.-r mtm-mm.m.-r s7 awt a a a 4 a, a a a aw I larger amounts Saturday. He said . ' . ne gave De vito one bill of $1,000. I ttna hill turn -n -n hill, and an mo I I I currency totaling over $40. Officers said they have reason to believe De Vito did not make a deposit of the money, after a check of banking institutions, and that (Solo- they had learned the bank where fore- the $1,000 bill was obtained had failed to keep a record of its se- se- double- Hal number. Mills requested Tuesday that any to persons having knowledge of a nerson with a bill of this size im- im- I A I mediately advise those in charge L.. a..a.a: rr I . . 1 1 . t . oi me investigation, tie ana ueas I Ul .ir that nv nrr.n to whom j De Vito paid money after Friday 4 Ja- D. m. to communicate with the state attorney's office, the homicide I bureau or themselves. Amor- Severe W.,d. JDe vito's wounds showed mat he had been deliberately slain. In- In- vesugaiors said me ieit siae w his head was beaten to a pulp, nis left arm broken and his abdomen I pierced apparently with a sharp I pointed stick. The murder weap ons apparently were pieces of a brace across the top of the truck, -,r;A -,r;A i.ff ki. h ; I """" W I 7:30 a. m. Saturday; his house- house- I tvccuci , ayii o. " 1 he told her his intentions of going through the negro sections to em- em- ni nme helners .--.-. .--.-. .--.-. .--.-. .--.-. .--.-. . " I i ww t er- er- ar avi i rOIICe deeK I OUTl!