1931 April 3 Harrisburg Telegraph pt. 2

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EMPLOYES OF BOUND BY w - ....i. ni.il 1 f I imiM'i ii ill MiiiiiiMlij V : S "' ' " " ' " i . Harvey J. Haldeman, trust officer, (left), and Henry B. Lesher. as sistant treasurer of the Jonestown y "Ba mmiuta yraieraay wwraooB, iuete employes ana way - ton R. Bolts, treasurer, were bound with wire by the gang as their lead - er scooped up cash in the bank vault. They are holding a piece of the BONUS CHECK COMES TOO LATE VETERAN FROM DEATH By Associated Prut Fttsborgh, April 3. While they were putting Victor Wavinsld's body on a white slab among the unclaim ed dead at the morgue yesterday, detectives found the $500 bonus check that arrived for him while be looked in vain for work and starred. starred. He fell over in the rain the other day and was sent to a hospital. He told officers he lived along the river front and remarked with a sad smile that he'd be all right when he SCIENTIST WOULD "TATTOO BABIES (Continued) cation when two babies are born simultaneously in the same hospi tal," he said. There was no discussion on the paper. Norman H. Stewart, of Bucknell University, who is making a study of the increasing mortality rate among deer, told of the work being carried on, sought help and sugges tions from his fellow scientists. "The Chromosomes of a Mouse," was the topic of .Paul R. Cutrlght, university of Pittsburgh. "Studies in the Variations of the Wasp," was discussed by B. W. Kunkei, of Lafayette College. Many Continue Studies In his paper on the number of graduates from Pennsylvania col leges, who continue study In grad uate institutions throughout the country, Mr. Kunkel showed that the University of Pennsylvania had the highest percentage. Taking the 1930 enrollment as a base, he showed that 45 per cent, of that number of Penn graduates were in graduate schools, excluding those of law and medicine. In the same classification, Bryn Mawr was second second with 15.4 per cent., Haverford third with 15 per cent., Penn graduates graduates also led in schools of medicine medicine and law, with percentages of 14 and 21. Washington and Jefferson Jefferson was second In medicine with 7 per cent., Haverford second in law with 9 per cent. Other speakers at the morning session were; Thomas M. Little, Bucknell: Charles E. Mohr, Buck nell; W. G. Hutchinson, Franklin and Marshall. A wide range of topics is covered JONESTOWN BANK BANDIT GANG By Staff Photographer. Bank and Trust Company, looted of TO SAVE got his check from Washington. A lif.tl whlla later Via ritwl Detectives went tn the Hinn nrnn and found the letter that came too late Todftv thev know wavinsH vm United States Marine; that he fought in France. A nolieeman who talker! to him several davs asro and learned that hit own brother was with Wavin. ski's outfit "Over There." has inined with others in an effort to determine whether the check can be used to give the soldier a decent burial. ATTORNEYS ASK rniTDT Tft nono citit CUUKl I U DKUr OUII (Continued) rence Rugh, noted orthopedic sur eeon. Mr St - . - rnnt.TA i ...it v.v v that Dr. Brown erred in diagnosing dislocations of the shoulders as neu - ritis and is asking $50,000 damages. Counsel representing Dr. Brown "i""""" argued that Mr. Strayer should have proved that an operation for the reduction of dislocated shoulders would have been successful if thel operation had been performed on the first day of the examination made by Dr. Brown on Strayer. They also argued that no testi - mony had been offered to show that if the operation had been performed successfully, the shoulders would have stayed ln place and the pa - tient would have recovered from nain and after effects. Cantftin Srhith. enunsel for Mr. Strayer, contended that they have proved these claims. His chief point in the argument, was that a young girl graduate, Dr. Helen E. Strayer, daughter of Mr. Strayer, had dis - covered the dislocations after Dr. Brown had given the man treat - ment for neuritis. He contended that it is a clear case of Improper rff.u tr..tmnt .nrf th.t U1MUVUU VWWWMWAW HUM r it ic a case for the lurv to deter - i wk.. rv x.Z, v,.4 ..... cised sufficient care in treatment and diRMiosin the case. " m ' IfMIVCDCITV rilTO umvdiwtii vbuu UP ADC CPS' A VCD flCAIld DrCiAIVBilV (Continued) THREATTOKILL CHILD RELIEVES WOHANOFSAYINGS Had Drawn Life's Hoard ings Out of Bank For Safe Keeping By Associated Press Chicago, April 3. Mrs. Sophie Wolbe's four - year - old son was play ing on the floor of her home yesterday yesterday when" two men armed with pistol entered. , "Ill shoot him if you don't give us the money you took out of the bank," said one of them, as be pointed his pistol at the boy's head. Mrs. Wolbe readily surrendered $3500 her life savings, which she had Just withdrawn because she thought it would not be safe in a bank. - ' 1 POLICE CONTINUE SEARCH FOR FOUR (Continued) , er automobile at Movers Meeting House. The abandoned car was run into a shed, tearing away several panels of the building. The Pelffef auto tags had been stolen. Miss Peiffer reporting the theft several days ago. - v Trace to' Other Bobberies State Police in Reading said the numbers were those of an automo bile used in the Meltzer Oil Com pany's gasoline station robbery in Muhlenberg, near Reading, Tuesday night, and on an automobile used by bandits in the Blue Seal Oil Company's gasoline station robbery at Sinking Spring Wednesday Dlgm. Tom scnuyiKiu county, to wmcn Pace oanait gang may nave fled after the robbery, comes a sug ion that tne banmts may nave Deen in an roDoea me ui - I raravuie cans; recently, May Be in Schuylkill County An of the lour men at Jonestown were described as being about 21 yewB m BSe - - ueao m continuing " fter charing autos there Is evry mceiinooa inai tne run was omy pan oi a pian to inrow pur - aiiera tstT th t.rnll There Is snmn likelihood that the men turned wesi again ruomn& wougn Fredericksburg and North Jones town, thence to Llckdale, may have taken the new Jonestown - Pinegrove concrete State highway and may have reached a hiding place in Schuylkill county Inside of 30 min uws from tne time or tne roDDery, nhTnrtn oars tho h.nrilt. .to - tarf I t a fast rate, toward Lebanon, on the Jonestown road. George T. Tucker, Lebanon county detective, IT . ie "Sri k aiscnPno ,CI I the ear in which thev were rlrilncr traveled the road that the bandits were supposed to be on but saw notmng of Rie car, Luther Glpple, janitor at the Meeting House told police that he saw me automomie Bearing an Ohio license parxea in a nearoy shed, xnree Held Are Released city patrolmen, Knell and Irwin, yterday afternoon, stopped three men ln an automobile bearing an hl license, at Second and Chest - nut "treets, and turned them over to owl foiice, wno later released iae roaa east 01 Jonestown, the "utf tht the bandits took after vlng the scene of the robbery, Jck wer Iound - similar to those vw lcal Ui aDanaonea ?"t?mwle d investigators believe werw w1 iromtne nee puw - re wie tires oi pur. ; I State Police, wired all police head I , ,, - " reuusyivama over the teletype system, yesterday afternoon VSJIiJ - Bpf - " "IC ucr was arjom I TIVs TT. TAI Innhat n .k. - i 17. u u""5, ua a smooin iauc, uara complexion and was we"ing a dark gray overcoat, dark suit and n - av alouch hat. - 4 P. R. R. TO SPEND

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 03 Apr 1931, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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