Phillip Flohr, Fatal Stabbing, 17 Sep 1934, The Fresno Bee, Fresno, CA
To of of the San valuation at the power both sides' C. as scheduled. days at e i r studies just twenty- T. Mnss the witness refreshments Hal- m e n t s in the activities. l y a p pointed Assuufif HELD Knife Wound Fatal To Phillip Flohr; Murder Charged To Silva Phillip Flohr, 24, Fresno p a louse worker, died yesterday at Fresno County General Hospital f r o m a 1 stab wound In the thigh, Inflicted by Ion Silva, 37, dairy worker, in a f i g front of a beer t a v e r n at Street Saturday night. S i l v a cb a r g e d murder to-day a f t e r the .Â°ay be con- f e s s e d stabbed F l in self-defense a f t e r Klohr two o t h e r attacked him. . He will be brought Into the jourt on the murder charge 9th at 2 P. SI. Companion* Also Held Henry Wledcckcr, 17, a n d Alfred Herzog, 18, are held for Investigation on charges of drunkenness and disturbing the peace i f t e r Silva Identified them as ^lohr's companions. Silva was arrested at the scene y Officers J. \V. A n d e r s C. Wright and surrendered his weapon, a pocket k n i f e , Detectivp Sergeants J. E. Brady and J. G. Gochring. who Wicdecker and Herzog, say they were u n a b l e to l e a r n fight f r o m them. They were arrested when they w a l k e d police station to Inquire about Klohr. According ' to Silva, he was Trabbed by the arm and struck itie h?ad as he passed Flohr and his companions. He says he slabbed Flohr when Floiir attempted to kick him. K l o h r died from loss of frjOiTL the wound. A large artery n h i s ' l e g was severed. c o n d i t i o n was such t unable to make a statement. Flohr lived in Fresno for twenty years and was a n a t i v e of r jrapka. Philip FloUr He leaves his parents, Mr. a Mrs. Jacnb Flcshr of 122 G Street; four brothers, Alex. Jacob. Konnld and W i l l i a m Flohr, n i l and a brothsr, M a n u e l the United StattiR M a r i n e stationed at Seattle, Wash. Knnern] a r r a n g e m e n t made u n d e r the direction of McVay Funeral Homo. Coroner J. H. K e n n e d y an i n q u e s t late to-day.