Joseph Silvey Gets Long Prison Term for Slaying (Wednesday, 30 May 1951, page 12, column 2)
now machine. The viewer a part at with are but of of conceived without machine for reported to sales business model SPARKS MAN'S GUILTY PLEA STOPSTCIAL Joseph Silvey Gets Long Prison Term For Slaying FALLON, Nev., May 29. OP)-The OP)-The murder case against Joseph Silvey, 55-year-old former Sparks railroad boilermaker, ended speedily speedily in district court today as pleaded guilty to second degree murder and was sentenced from 10 to 20 years in the state Silvey entered the guijty plea before District Judge Clark Guild who imposed sentence immediately. Silvey had been accused of fatal shooting in Fallen on 19 of Mrs. Lila Marie Mahnen, year-old Korea war widow following following a quarrel. He tried unsuccessfully to end his own life by shooting himself the head but he recovered after treatment in Reno and Fallen hospitals. The guilty plea came after Churchill county district attorney's attorney's office reduced the charge against him from first to second degree murder.