1931 April 2 Harrisburg Telegraph pt. 2

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1931 April 2 Harrisburg Telegraph pt. 2 - also by Dr, were Kunkel, examina both of Kol -...
also by Dr, were Kunkel, examina both of Kol - records, patient where the failed at aged the Smith. testimony of the by Dr. diagnosis injuries, contends was violent claims did the Dr. fol illness, daughter, physicians. to and of his operations reduce these , be An given the "God "Go Noble; Cross the and Stainer. at Second preaching to 3 had stolen the automobile, he said. 4 FIVE BANDITS HOLD UP BANK CLERKS (Continued) several hundred residents, it lies entirely secluded from a city with the exception of Lebanon, about six miles to the south. The recently - completed State highway from Harrisburg to Allen' town, passing directly through the center of Jonestown, is one of the most beautiful and best .built for fast driving in the eastern part of the State. Late today State Police discovered that the five men, after abandoning their sedan, Jumped into a waiting sport coupe, bearing Ohio license plates and drove toward Lebanon. Highway Patrolmen and State Police Guarding AH Roads At the headquarters of the State Highway Patrol here, it was said that every available trooper had been sent out In an effort to cover the , highways in the vicinity of Jonestown in an effort to apprehend apprehend the four men in the green touring car who robbed the Jones town Bank at noon to - day. Patrolmen who had finished their morning patrol and were ready for lunch hastily buckled on their belts and pistols and in a few minutes after word was received at the bar' racks, more than a score of troopers troopers on motorcycles were roaring out of Harrisburg. Rush State Poliee to Scene . Troop B. of the State Police with headquarters in Harrisburg, was informed of the robbery at the same time as the highway patrol and sent out every available trooper. The green sedan, mud - covered, in which the robbers fled from the bank, was reported as traveling at nigh speed in the direction of AI - lentown, but. police officials said that this meant nothing as they could easily double on their tracks or change to , another machine. May Use Planes in Search Efforts were being made to . se cure airplanes to aid in the search, and it was thought that observation observation from the air over the little used mountain roads to the north of Route 43 might disclose the flee ing bandits. 4' - . who day noon with of may row Mrs. and Mr. the of home at The city day o'clock street. MRS. who her afternoon with of ren be in Dooy Friday is nam oan Gdbln Mrs, burg; Hanna one Seattle, Mrs. of nla 10.30 N. lal' at the o'clock.

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 02 Apr 1931, Thu,
  3. Page 17

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