Vito and Giuseppe Bertucci, father and son, living at 3,103, South Twelfth Street, Tacoma, Washington, were equal owners of their house. The son was married. A short time ago the house caught fire and, as a result, became in need of repairs. But here a hitch arose. Father and son could not agree upon just what should be done.
Most of us have had disagreements with family at one time or another but would we go to this extreme? In 1906 the Bertuccis hired a carpenter to cut their house in two and literally became a divided family.