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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1930, Reno, Nevada METAL PRICES N Y 14 Y 5.50 E St L 5.40 St Established November 23 1870 Member of the Associated THE WEATHER Tho ic corded yesterday In Reno was SO lowest 41 Monday fair and mild Volume LV No 352 RENO NEVADA MONDAY APRIL 21 1930 Five Cents e Execution Is Staged in South Side Saloon ALL RACKETEERS Old Beer Feud Held Responsible for Slaying CHICAGO April quiet ot Chicago s Easter morning was broken by a tuple gangland execution A lone gunman invaded the Blue Hour saloon on thi south side shot down Frank Del alias Frank Dire 33 and Special of the place and their bartender Walter Wakefield The assassin sped in a machine without a trace as to his aid only a maze of police as to his motive Th records of tin slarn men w hv they might have n i n from the underworld Records Bad Del Re was listel it police as a bootlegger terrorist and all around hoodlum Special Del Re's in law had a similar record while field an utr i lerk was 1 minor Police the 1 was kl It d to seal his lips The the shooting occurred has h td a vicious in A few ago Jimmy ot the death car in the assassination ol En- 1 k icier and Machine Gun Joe Gianatta lought a death re H was closed a while and then bv Re and Joe Gennro w is badly wounded last anu violated the land code bv n ruing his assailants u and a r Word Passed The Del then dissolved and Del Re and reopened i w eek ago The same night the front wirdows were tered by bucks and the woid was passed that the two bad t dd to move uut of the dis- Dt 1 Res widow told police a called t ih house in mid- Ray Maddux Slain in L A Police Fight Identity of Man Tried Here Not Yet Certain A man named Raymond Maddux to be a was shot and killed earlj Saturday miming m Los Angeles miming battle the police i forts wete being made last night to ascertain if the dead man was the Kaymond Maddux who re was acquitted in Reno on haige of Leland Per sing ieno barber who was aiding the in an t to arrest lux as a suspect Accounts of the affair in Los An- eles did not connect the dead man vith the Reno shooting Maddux was declared to be Irom Long Maddux Near L A Attorney Jarnes T who de- fended Maddux heie said last night that the last he had heat d of dux was fiom a small town neat os Angeles At that time Hoyd Jaid Maddux he urning to Oklahoma but no of his left lia was received bv Boyd The age of the dead man was not though his desci liom us Angeles tallied with that of Maddux In one account the name spelled Maddox and in an- ither Maddux Little was known ol he dead man Companion Held The man who was killed was with companion and when police en- U 01 ed to ai i them they sped way The police opened file n lied the u had fled Maddux died latei L hospital Charles Hose said to been Maddux s companion sas He denied Jle said thought the car contained ek nd th it v ords had been old I XEW YORK April 20 father and four of his children weie burned to death early when fire of undetermined origin swept their apartment on the top floor ot a tuo story brick dwelling in Kn The dead were Christopher son 63 and his child en Clara IS 16 14 and w exchanged Since then she said Del had been fearful the woman 11 to de- the were MI d to arrest who lives above the saloon told detectives he was awakened at o clock by the rattle of pistol lire and rushed to a front window to see a car away The shooting he said interrupted a brief period of quiet which hours of boisterous making Body Behind Bar Police found the of field a bullet through his head lying behind the bar in a litter of coins A neath art tinged sheaf of paper totaling rested untouched on the open cash register him body punctured by slugs the breast was sprawled near the entrance to the back room him was a shattered ter pans plaque of a saint and a penknife which he had ot himself before he was cut down by the gunfire The body of Del Re was crumpled the front door where he met death while ing to flee from his assassins He was shot through the neck in reconstructing the said the killer had ably left companions in the auto- at the curb and entered the cafe alone As Wakefield counting the s receipts behind the bar turned he was dropped by a bullet through the head the coins ping to the floor They believe Del Re made a break Tor liberty from the center of the barroom nut was swept down as the assassin emptied one of his two tols it him Special cleaning up the back room the knife and the inch plaque of the saint believe and i to the main to be shot to before he crossed threshold toRed Cross for Aid in Disaster MANILA P I April A desti typhoon swept teen towns on the island of Leyte Fuday demolishing the communities of and on the east coast Thousands were made homeless and the number of dead and injured was not able st ts of the disaster d Manila 48 hours later when Governor Be La Cruz of Leyte wired the American lied Cross Please secure immediate aid for thousands homeless people food clothing and building materials In Small Area The was ot small area but ot unusual intensity It came as surprise to weather as such storms come at tins of the year in the The Levte governor's message de- scribed cocoanut trees in the areas as standing like with their tops blown off The entire or was destroyed Mam towns in he devastated re- gion been completely cut olf with telephone and telegraph wires Jown The death toll may be lame tnd official i ol lion annot be completed in less than a w e k or Doctors on Way Governor Dwight W is who has been making a trip in he Bontoc legion wilh his daughter had not been informed of In- i expected o o Manila The Ked Cross has taken action provincial or ces of Levte and and has to scud nurses nd supplies on the first to leave 0 Al Capone in Miami Home Defies Edict To Take Rest Which He Thinks He Deserves MIAMI Fla April 20 Al Capone Chicago eteer and loader arrived here today from the windy city to spend two weeks at his palatial home on Palm Island He was accompanied by his nephew and a Chicago alderman Capone made the trip by train and was greeted by his ai 1 F Gordon and Vincent C Gilbin His journey through Florida was without interruption from who several weeks ago were ordered by Governor Carlton to ar- lest Capone and escort him to the state line should he attempt to enter Florida A federal injunction granted by States Judge L restrains sheriffs of 20 counties in the state from molesting Capone during his visit Talks Freely Capone talking freely with announced that a tive agreement had been reached with the settlement ot his income payment in which a suit is pending anist him have no interest in politics in Chicago nor he aid and I am here foi a rest I think I deseive All that I want is 1 fair break T have done nothing in violation of the law in Miami and will not All I wish is to left alone and enjoy the home which I have purchased here Lindy Anne Shatter All Records For Transcontinental Air Jaunt LONE EAGLE MATE SET FAST PACE Current Sweeps Them Out as They Wade Into Stream April 20 Timing their with the i agreement reached by the conferees red on all except fn e rates in the Mrs Johnson who is 60 severe burns of the re- lull Democrats began an a of the skull when M ilt on the measure she jumped from her bedroom is certain to be to tire floors of both chambers Why Not Try rented a room in home? Wouldn't it be well to have that spare room bringing in an worthy man or welcome the op to rent it Give them the privilege A Room for lent Classified Ad vi ill quite locate a de- sirable tenant immediately Ask for a Journal when jou phone YOUR Ad to Reno READ and USE JOURNAL Classified Daily Phone Reno 4121 dovv The eldest son Christopher Jr 23 also jumped He suffered sivero burns and lacerations of the hand Ga April posse of 000 persons tonight was seeking John negro in consequence of the gun slaying here yesterday of ton Thointon a white man and the serious injury of another white man Officers said Thornton was shot as he tried to enter Upshaw's home to seize the son of the negro for an alleged attempted holdup of J M Watkins white Thornton's companion Amos Worthman shot m the back and arm is reported in a critical condition OMAHA April Ai rested m connection with the re- cent mystery death of Oscar J lus president of the suburban bank in which he kept his meager ings James A Davis 57 year old laborer tonight repudiated sions contained in a signed ment accredited to him in a local newspaper last night was arrested after cation of the statement in which he quoted as confessing ship of a series of threatening ters sent anonymously to two ness of the foi mer er who died here a week ago of burns received in an automobile crash Davis denied when questioned by County Attorney Henry Beal that he was with Milius when the latter received his fatal burns March 1 as the article stated Colombia President Arrives in N Y NEW YORK April Enrique president-elect of the republic of Colombia arrived here today aboard the United Fruit liner Ulua He was met by a presidential salute of 21 guns Senator Wheeler Montana and Representative Gainer of Texas the House leader and one of the conferees asserted the six on the com- had ignored agriculture in adjusting the differences between the two houses and had accepted the highest rate on manufactured commodities in virtually all in- stances where the Senate and House rates did not conform PLACERVILLE Calif April claimed two more victims here today when Irene Maar 25 and Louise schell 16 died from the disease as a result of eating salami at a picnic several weeks ago The deaths brought the total to five The other victims were Mrs Louis Wunschell 45 her ter Frieda 13 and George A Wunschell her brother-in-law With 27 others they became ill after eating the pork WASHINGTON April Despite an unhesitating tion by a laborer today of Marvin Sisson as the man who sold a watch and overcoat near the scene of the slaying ofi Mary Baker young employe on the night of April 11 members of his family moved tonight to secure his release from jail Police viewing the alibi presented by the Warsaw Va traveling salesman as apparently perfect were doubtful of the and the search for the man who and killed the girl near National cemetery appeared as far from a conclusion as ever COMMISSIONER QUITS LONDON April Several London morning newspapers announced today that Viscount Byng had resigned his ST LOyiS April 20 negroes a preacher two and a 13 year old gill were drowned this afternoon m the Mississippi river during an Euster baptismal service Another negro a deacon escaped drowning in an attempted i The four we're pt away in the liver current when losl their footing soon after out into the stream on the levee heie to tize the girl the only baptismal candidate for the ceremony A of about 50 cither saw the The victims were the Rev eit C Williams 30 pastor of the Hopewell Missionary Baptist church Deacons Joseph 35 and Henry Turner 47 and Viola Lewis 13 Their bodies were not re- covered Betty Compson Says Director Cruel PAMPA Texas April 20 Two men once comrades and later rivals for the affections of the same whom one of them married today weie separated bv death Ralph Watkins 26 was shot and killed and Vergil Cox m front of whose home the shooting occurred was charged with murder He arrested several hours later at Boise City Okla Deputy sheriffs ieft day to return him to Pampa Officers learned that Cox married while Watkins was serving a prison sentence in California for robbery of a store Watkins returned from prison Saturday and ing to officers had an argument with Cox Mrs Cox was a witness Watkins was under a charge of theft pipe before going to fornia LOS April A complaint for iy Compson film actress against James Cruze n on here Mental n charged Tho actress who separated from her husband last Friday said Ci uze s habit ot enter large crowds at all h ours in the couple's homo prevented h e r t r o m obtaining rest served Cruze with of the complaint Satui day while lie was poised to drvo into his K 11 n 11 t pool His ut oh The suit filed against James Bosen the ti utk ing her as Xo for made and it was indicated a property settlement would be out of court The couple married in 1925 LOS April Attorneys for Otto in- with Mrs reich for the murder eight ago of her husband Tied wealthy manufacturer sard today they would appear in superior court with a petition for a late trial was wrth the widow on after the county grand originally had held him alone responsible said the petition would be based on plea of not guilty by reason of insanity Mrs Oesterreich will enter a plea 2t The case w is several weeks ago after it had been closed in 1925 as an unsolved on an affidavit that Sanhuber had confessed Upper photo is of Charles Lindbergh's plane in which he and Mrs Lindbergh set a new speed record yesterday Below the Lone Eagle himself with one of his famous grins Sparks Catholic Church Is Destroyed By Flames The Catholic church at F and Eighth streets in Sparks was com- destroyed by fire late last right and the priest house pied by Father Meehan was partially destroyed The church was burned to the ground while Father Meehan's residence lost its roof and a portion of its walls Tha fire started from an undetermined origin and the frame building was ablaze inside when the alarm was turned in The heat was so terrific that firemen were required to work at a distance from the Tells of Threats Made Against His Life HELD FOR DEATH OF GIRL NEW YORK April 20 A porter in a telephone company building at Long Island City was arrested today charged with cide in the death oC a telephone operator in the building last night The Hughes 26 of Flushing was held m bail after another telephone operator charged he kicked Mrs Stephanie Werner 22 into an elevator shaft after attempting to kiss her Mrs Werner died ot her injuries Three Killed in Leipsig Red Riot LEIPSIG Germany April Three persons were killed and about ten Injured in a clash between communist demonstrators and lice this afternoon on the Augustus post of commissioner of the metro- 1 platz in the center of the city A police police captain was among the dead Jealous Husband Slays His Wife SANTA BARBARA Calif April C Bates early today shot and killed his wife Mrs Rose Marie Bates a waitress at the i Montecito inn and committed suicide Bates had been arrested twice in San Francisco on complaint of his wife the first time about a month ago when she charged he beat her and strangled her He was again released recently after she filed a second compla nt asserting he had threatened her life More L A Brokers To Be Questioned LOS ANGELES April The district attorney's office said today that four more brokers will be questioned concerning alleged bt ibes paid to the State Corporation Commission under Jack Friedlander and several others including former Julian Petroleum corporation officials were indicted in the week on testimony given to the grand jury by J H Roth broker and C C Julian of the petroleum company MEXICO CITY April fP Leonard American em- ploye of the Print compunv ai rived in Mexico day on his way home after getting from a of men who naped him last Tuesday and re- leased him only after many times threatening to kill him Cassidy told the Associated Press lie waq going straight to Mass lor lest and recuperation He saiel that for moie than 36 he had been unde constant threat and fear of death with revolvers pressed to his or back while held in tho vicinity of state of Oaxaca After a month s rest at home he plans to return to his work again in Mexico His escape wilh his hie he at- tributes to the fact that the dits held nothing against him sonally and to the fact that he speaks Spanish and the Latin flames Alarm Sounded Tho fire alarm was turned in at and in minutes the Humes could seen from shooting aid Automobiles out loi an evening ride to the mil up fic for Us of them unable to get bloc lis of the scene of the Loss Sei ic es w c i c held in the last and building had been 1 or than an win n Hie flic bloke out That it have stalled defective wiring was ventured by some last An estimate of the damiKO unavailable though property ei s in neighborhood it would amount to between mid Two Men Kill Each Other in Old Feud FLORAL CITY Fla April 20 King 45 and D S Morris 62 neighboring farmers re- siding about three miles north of here shot each other to death day as the climax to a long feud EDITOR DIES ROCHESTER Minn April fP Edward H Cooney 65 for many years associated with the Great Falls Mont leader as editor part owner and writer and one of the most widely known men in Montana died in a hospital here today after a major operation S DELEGATES TOLD TO SIGN PACT TOKYO instructions to sign the London val pact on of Japan were sent today to Heijiro head of the Japanese In London After the had examined by Premier and Foreign Minister and other high it was de- there was no noed to revise the document WORDING APPROVED LONDON April heads of the delegations to the five power naval conference have proved the wording of the preamble to the London naval treaty and on receipt today by the Japanese of authorization to sign the treaty they were ready to meet morrow to examine and finally prove the entire text THREE HOURS Make But One Stop on Entire Journey Across U S TIME 14 HOURS Both Appear None the Worse for Long Journey X V I Mis t i e on 11 11 R O S i V Ml Api li JU and CI II les li tin I! i i nl high m n loss tin tin nl lamb I I i it loi k i in M Ml I II il I nil C ipt Flank M U best fm The and his bouts minutes and six seconds off the d of set b.v Captain Hawks last in Motors Heard The total time of tho was ute's Ml seconds J he oi the i the Held at about 11 IS the plane to come down from a blub Colonel Lindbergh circled the field then tinned and Ian 1 d Into the w incl A of sill rounded plane as It taxied to protee t it against unv i ush bv the crowds After staying al md of the field the colonel turned and taxied up tho crowd wan well behaved Hio mid his wife liorn the plane posed lor photographers of Official Time Tho official landing time nw an- bv D olfl- timer nt the National l II p 111 Hid time vv is ii seventeen sc The i lapsi d ing does nut take into account c- 2 minutes and live seconds m i el IK ling Hums al n Kan Hie stop After posing foi tuns in the plane Colonel Kh jumped out and push the ship into the car while Mrs re- d in The colonel s face was tired and drawn Mrs cli was lulling and en- the re- mained in scat until tne K u i ol her helped her out Left ship a two place low n is with u s that slide over the cockpits it into n cubin plane Col cine I and Mrs hopped il import al its JG a in el u standard tune gallons of the low wing went length ol ter mil Held be- lifted her to Continued on Page Two Special Victor Radio Latest Model Complete with Tubes NEVADA MACHINERY ELECTRIC CO 121 Virginia
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