AP STORY ABOUT RICHARD IN HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS

discodiscodisco Member Photo

Clipped by discodiscodisco

AP STORY ABOUT RICHARD IN HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS - to Queens out- Federal Agents Turn Up Losl...
to Queens out- Federal Agents Turn Up Losl Brother Of Ralph and Scarface Al Capone 1 CHICAGO, S«pt. 19--(U.E)--Fed- ed him back into the folo*. x eral agents investigating the in! in! L i \ t - d in Obscurity come tax paid by Ralph (Bottles) ! To provide him with an ' Capone today turned up a "lost' authorities said, the family put brother" whose identity had been' the elaborate home Ralph mint kept a closely guarded 'underworld at Mercer. Wis., in James' secret. and paid him rent. The fantastic disclosure was Authorities said that as far as mrde \\ith the issuance of a sub- thev know James had nothing ptna for Richard (Two-Gun) Hart, do 'with the clan's prohibition whose real name is James Capone. activities here. They said hi L'ntil issuance of the subpena., e;i in obscurity for 33 yeais persons close to the Chicago u n - , He now is about 04 years dti world never dreamed that authorities said. Ralph and his notorious brother. ' YJ IC grand jury investigating tht- late Scarface Al Capone. had , Ralph's income taxes adopted another brother named James. . snrae tactics as the grand j u r \ Federal agents said James will v j,;,.), indicted Al for income tax appear Friday before the federal evsion lnTM J Ses im ' eStigaUne R '' l ' Ph ' S U n a b l e to obtain bills ' recC ? lR income taxes. an] fjnanc . ial rccO rds. the j u r y ha* Kan Away from Home bt . gun matching Ralph's expend!Despite expend!Despite the glare of publicity tures against the income he claims focused on the Capone family when Al was the overlord of Chicago Chicago bootleggers during the prohibition prohibition era, no mention ever had been made of James. Authorities said the "lost brother" brother" ran away from home when he was, 16 and joined a circus, lie travelled about the country and The principal ideas behind Sal- firally settled in Homer. Neb. vr.lion Army work are redemption There, he became a local law '- nd prevention Major Paul Robb. enforcement officer and got the ' Louis, stated in an address mck-name "Two-Gun" because of - f ° rc members of tne Kiwanis cHH r _ l _ ; _ _ C X p t O l i l S -- , . SalVOtlOH ·*. Of" (vlWOtllS *·" ni K'it at the Masonic temple ' s llle assistant^ director o. anm.al hn diligence on the side of law and order authorities said They said he still lives in Horn- , er and still holds the job of con- i '.table or town marshal, but that he came here after bein E served w i t h a subpena m Homer. a s a welfare organization and so- Authorities said he is staying c j a i service group. Major Robb here at the home of his mother, j slale d but it -is also basically a Thcrese. But the family refused I rc !inous organization, he said. H 'o answer the telephone or o p e n , v . , s founded with the idea to holo the door. , rtc i a im peop'e for worthwhile In 1937. they said, he wrote a| s e r v ice h e r e l d e n«fe' i n « In addition to the work of re- - i "«»'"«,, hV came to Chicago, authorities P^So^ nd e i a " ' s ^l^ n ^L£. a ? oric .l lan wc! £ ot ?:| i r £ s t s prK'leged 2 homes P to train

Clipped from
  1. The Daily Register,
  2. 19 Sep 1951, Wed,
  3. Page 5

discodiscodisco Member Photo
  • AP STORY ABOUT RICHARD IN HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS

    discodiscodisco – 28 Dec 2012

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in