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Gun Battle in Street.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12.
i*o gangsters were killed and a G-man iPederal detective) was wounded In a spec- tacular gun battle in a street, which im- perilled and scattered pedestrians and motorists on their way to work.
The dead were Alfred Brady, who was »coined of slaying two Indiana policemen, »nd Clarence Shaffer, a confederate. The "man' Walter Walsh, was taken to hospital with a wound in the chest.
Q-men had been informed that the nngsters were intending to seize ammuni- tion from a shop. They hld in the vicinity »na surrounded the gangster«, who fired when ordered to surrender.
Brady, the so-called new Dillinger, had , worlsed Indiana for months by a series of
robberies and murders.
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