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Newspapers Part Four
No particular order. Other interesting headlines from different papers in my collection

April 11, 1931
 Feds raid a Capone brewery.
(Mario Gomes collection)





Dec. 18, 1931
U.S. Reveals that Capone still runs the mob from jail cell.
(Mario Gomes collection)






Dec. 19,1930
Seeking the death penalty, the law tries to pin Joe Howard and Colosimo's murder on Al Capone.
(Mario Gomes collection)




Feb. 26, 1936
Capone lives in constant fear of his life in Alcatraz.
(Mario Gomes collection)





Feb. 14, 1932
 Gang bigwigs who rose to the top and fell from grace via prison or murder.
(Mario Gomes collection)







Feb.21,1931
Newspaper stories wanting Al Capone to be put away for good.
(Mario Gomes collection)







July 25,1926
Al Capone surrenders to the police. He's wanted for the McSwiggin murder.
(Mario Gomes collection)






July 26, 1931
 Phone records connect Capone with racket ties around the country.
(Mario Gomes collection)






July 31, 1931
Legal eagles surmise that Capone faces a stiff penalty if found guilty.
(Mario Gomes collection)






July 31,1931  
This newspaper mentions that Capone's trial is to begin Sept. 8.
(Mario Gomes collection)






June 16, 1931
 Capone is willing to plead guilty to two counts for a deal.
(Mario Gomes collection)






June 24, 1931
Capone is broke as this newpaper claims Capone's reign to be finally over.
(Mario Gomes collection)






March 11, 1932
 Capone offers to help get Lindberg's kidnapped son back.
(Mario Gomes collection)






March 17, 1930
Capone to be released from Philadelphia prison.
(Mario Gomes collection)  






March 21,1930
Capone told to stay away from Chicago. City no longer wants him around.
(Mario Gomes collection)







March 7, 1949
Capone mob still alive and well.
(Mario Gomes collection)







May 11,1933
Capone's crime syndicate still casts shadow over Chicago.
(Mario Gomes collection)








May 11,1933
Part two of same newspaper story.
(Mario Gomes collection)






May 12,1930 Capone hoodlum escapes arrest.
(Mario Gomes collection)






May 12, 1933
Valentine Massacre  made Capone king. (For awhile)
(Mario Gomes collection)






May 12, 1933
 part two of same story.
(Mario Gomes collection)





May 15, 1932
Claims that Capone still has power from Altlanta Pen.
(Mario Gomes collection)







May 17,1929
 Al Capone given one year in prison for gun toting in Philadelphia.
(Mario Gomes collection)






May 4, 1932
Capone enroute to Atlanta state prison
(Mario Gomes collection)






May 8, 1929  
Albert Anselmi, John Scalise and Joe Giunta are murdered for being traitors towards their boss Al Capone
(Mario Gomes collection)







May 5,1932
Capone in Atlanta prison.
(Mario Gomes collection)






Oct. 9,1931
The Government bares out Capone's wealth to the public. Frank McErlane is sought for killing his wife Marion Miller.
(Mario Gomes collection)






Oct. 9,1931
 Part two of this newspaper story
(Mario Gomes collection)






October 5,1931
(Mario Gomes collection)
Jurors chosen and meet the Judge







October 6,1931
Capone's trial begins.
(Mario Gomes collection)






October 12, 1931
Capone bodyguard Phil D'andrea is caught with gun in court menacing jurors.
(Mario Gomes collection)







October 20,1931
Capone's wealth (property) is ordered seized to pay taxes owed.
(Mario Gomes collection)








October 24,1930
Capone enemy Joe Aiello bites the dust with over fifty .45 caliber slugs fired into him from two thompson machine gun nests.
(Mario Gomes collection)






October 24,1931
Capone given 11 years and ordered to pay $50,000
(Mario Gomes collection)







October 27,1931
Capone is denied bail.Wants to appeal.
(Mario Gomes collection)






October 24,1931
Another headline of Capone found guilty.
(Mario Gomes collection)







Sept.17,1931
Inquiry demanded on how Capone's gang got a hold of Mike" The Pike" Heitler's personal letters detaling Capone operations and murders.
Heitler forsaw getting killed one day for bucking the Capone organisation.
Heitler was pushed out of the prostitution peddling business by the Capone gang. His body was found burned beyond recognition.
(Mario Gomes collection)



First Posted March 2008