Miss Adrienne Helis Loses Jewels Valued at 5,500, Daily Racing Form, 1949-06-07


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Miss Adrienne Helis Loses Jewels Valued at 5,500 NEW YORK, N. Y.t June 6.— Miss Adrienne Helis, 21-year-old daughter of William Helis, noted thoroughbred owner and breeder, lost jewels valued at 5,500 when sneak thieves invaded the Helis apartment on the 33rd floor of the fashionable Hampshire House, 150 Central Park South, New York City. The robbery occurred between 11 p. m. Friday and 11 a. m. Saturday. The thieves overlooked other jewelry, valued at more than 00,-000, in the same bureau drawer, and also missed other gems, believed to be of the same value, belonging to Mrs. Paul Henry, Miss Helis sister, in another drawer. Miss Helis discovered the loss when she was preparing to leave for the family farm at Jobstown, N. J. The missing gems were an 8,500 diamond ring, not covered by insurance, and earrings valued at ,500, which were insured.

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