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March 21, 1931 - Image 2

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SATURiDAY, 'MARCH 21, 1931
RWITNESS SOUGHT
IN MURDER TRIAL
Counsel for Brothers Demands

1197 ALA Y utor,,bie Collide, CHICAGO, Mar. 20. -11')- Plans
UPH LD N RfiN btt D mae Is Sliaht of the defense in the trial 'of Leo
---- I V.Brothers, St. Louis, accused as
Supevisrs core fo Fiing Colidng a th inersetio ofthe slayer of Alfred Lingle, crime
Detroit and Davision streets yes-
Salaries in 1 928 ..i reporter, to demand the presence
terday morning, two cars, one driv-
en by Louis Harmon, 133 Oaklawn as a witness of John C. Hagan, a
Salaries set in 1928> by the board! boulevard. Ypsilanti, and the other !prof essional investigator, were out-
of supervisors, aff cli ih cell"- driven by C. C. Winegan, 111 Miller lined today. Hagan was said b~y
ty officials, were h(,ld void, in an avenute, were both somewhat dam- counsel for Brothers to be the man
opinion made yesterday by the at- aedl .'Winegan was driving west who first accuised Brothers of kill-
torney-general at L ansing. a d Haron w as goncast on. De- ing the Tribune reporter in a ped-
The salarie.1, tece1.c1e,0~i tre he h accn oc- estrian tunnel last June 9.
shouldl be tho mont eb':n)cuied Noon was injured. The defense would miake its de-
annual salaries act of 97 Ti mand in case the prosecution fails
opinion was received by rank ii Y'Ā£ Sru!ck byvCare to call Hagan to the stanld. Hagan
Tickner, county treasure:,.i once operated an alleged spuni-
=_ ? i aresl Collar Bone ous detective agency which was
The ruli i sc oiJ closed in Kansas City in 1923, and
for exceedin he toity }c'_ IZU :1..__. cross Gyratnger avenue 1the defense contended that he has
but one ins,.tance. Ltra afenosxyr-l been on the "board of strategy"
The salaries of coui fleus6;3igeWlehi acka,,rd >treet, formed to investigate the Lingle
i jas provided in thelicct,'2 ~eic an innjured collar bone case for many months. They also
county treasurer, li0e coiyw eh ran into a car driven by asserted they had received word
Eclerk, $2,000; register ofecLv,-, 1,dardSuckhardt, 113 E. Henry that he had been pledged 'a $10,000
000; deputy county treas . 1. Stee, alne Police took the, boy award for information leading to
000; deputy county cI k,.U9; o St. Josph's Mercy hospital, the slayer's arrest.
deputy register of d0ed-,:$1;(A4 t .:hee dcto ars said his con dition Unless the selection of jurors is
one deputy sheriff, $1,000; ind ,-}nt seios.Oice rs said Suck- speeded up Juidge Joseph Sabath
dersheriff, $1,000.had' car skidded 25 feet before indicated that he would call a night
jjThe ruling was the result of a h le struck the boy. session tonight.
h ofxl ..l^ 'Pr cn 11 n-r T ....--v_...

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Prof. Ellswor th Paris,
Of the University c-" Chicago, who
will be one of the principal speakers
at the Human Relations parley to
be held March 28 anal 29 in Alumni
1Memorial hall.
MI ~a TH LL AEnw f gas

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Rapp and officials aofi;therborJobley
VIL ILstgeneral's office in Lni.Th oS ell NeuwMagazine
fin__ance committee of the boa;rd of_
Capone Included in Partial Lsuporervdisorhseveal ofao Ueployed"anew mag-
ordeed arc chcksof ll ouny ane depictVing the present econo-
of Gangsters Caught in Net officials involved. Tic!knor then tlepresion, will be sold on the
ofJutceDpaten. sent a letter to Cansn ;, and F Ra~21et y needy Ann Arbori citi-
--jsieDeatet later conferred with authorit iesat C.all1 articles in the mag azine
WASHINGTON, Mar. 20.-(A')-A the state capitol., arc written by widely known cecon-
1 partial list of alleged gangsters In the 1928 the supervisor-' hgad omic and sociological writers with-
caught in the net set for income set the following salarIiescif the out pay. All profits from the m~ga-
county officials: sheriff, county zine go directly to the unemnployed
taxvioatos s prt f he edealclerk, treasurer, register of deeds, of Ann Arbor. The sale of the mag-
Iwar against orggnized iawlessness 1$3,000; undersheriff, $2,100; deputy azine is being sponsored by the
} in Chicago was compiled today by sheriffs, $1,800; deputiesĀ° in the, First Unitarian Church of Ann Ar-
the justice department. county offices, $1,800.' bor.
This compilation followed the __
notice served Thursday by Attorney
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