New York City Police Department Offers $25,000 for Lepke.
New York -- This is the poster being printed by the New York Police Department, advertising a $25,000 reward for the apprehension, dead or alive, of Louis "Lepke" Buchalter who is wanted for conspiracy and extortion. (1939)
Stromboli -- Final scenes of the Rossellini-Bergman film, Stromboli, which attracted world wide attention, are shot in an Italian political detention camp. Italian movie director Roberto Rossellini announced August 15 that Ingrid Bergman would file a divorce suit in her native Sweden against Dr. Peter Lindstrom, who flew to Stromboli to clear the obscure love triangle. Regardless of publicity and rumors, the shooting of the film goes on. While waiting for a scene, Miss Bergman knits and Rossellini reads a telegram. This is one of the first pictures of the director and his star since her divorce announcement. (1949)
Denver -- Terry Krupp, 14, and Jim Lewis, 15, tell how they found the body of missing banker Roger H. Weed, 50, who had been missing since Dec. 3. The body was discovered Sunday morning in the rugged Jones Pass area. (1963)