Steve Spano was thirty-one years old, lived with his wife, three kids and his mother and was known as a leader of Italian voters. How being a leader of Italian voters results in a pay check, well, we'll assume there is a lot of paper work.
walking down the street on this date in 1921 Spano was cut down by a
blast from a sawed off double barrel shotgun. Two men ran from the
building where the shots came from and, there, police found the weapon. Perhaps it's the dangerous aspect of the job and not so much the paperwork that leads to a paycheck.
While searching Spano's affects the police came across a picture of
a woman in his pocket watch but it was not Mrs. Spano. When confronted
with the photo Mrs. Spano, who said she was unaware that her husband
carried around another woman's picture, said, "There was no other woman.
No, no. Steve was a good man. We were married fifteen years. We were
happy oh, so happy." The woman whose photo appeared in the watch was not questioned so could neither confirm nor deny the statement.