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IOWA AP STORY - Made Reputation in Nebraska tis Fearless...
Made Reputation in Nebraska tis Fearless Officer of Law Capone Capone Brother Found, Has Been Town Marshal HOMKR Nebr (JPt -- The long lost brother of the late Al (Scarface) (Scarface) Capone has been discoveied in northeast Nebraska, where he built a reputation a a fearless officer officer of the law. He is justice of the peace Richard Richard J. (Two-Gun) Hart of Homer, former town marshal and Indian agent at nearby Winnebago, Nebr. During the prohibition era, when the Al Capone organization was widely known, fellow officers Deed Record John E Coural single et al to Ilarri \bbott A Q C L b part bE A NE'« Sec 15 Jefferson Tui Emma Coull estate to Harrj Abbott said Hart, as an Indian agent specializing in running down bootleggers, bootleggers, was averaging a raid a day and sometimes as many aa seven in a single night Sioux City Police Capt Paul Mummert who said he went on many raids with Hart, described him as the most courageous officer officer he had ever known. An expert expert marksman, Hart could hit a target at 100 feet shooting from either hip, Hummert said Hart's identity as James Capone, Capone, about 64, was disclosed Wednesday in Chicago where a grand jur is investigating the alleged alleged $96679 income tax evasion of Al's brother, Ralph (Bottles) Capone. Asst U S Attj Lawrence J Miller said Hart has been summoned summoned to tell the grand jury why he holds title to Ralph's home in Mercer, Wis Miller said Hart left home to join a circus when he was 16 and did not contact h'» family again until 1937, when he wrote that he was almost blind, dead broke and had five children to support Mil- lei said Hart then was put on the family payroll and given title to the home. In Homer Hart's son Harrj, 26, said his father never told him he was related to Al Capone ' but knew it just the same " Anotbe- son, Richard Jr., was hilled U World War II The other two WiliUm and Sherman, live at Mercer. Hart and his wife went to Chicago Chicago Wednesday

Clipped from Iowa City Press-Citizen, 20 Sep 1951, Thu,  Page

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