$8,000 OF PINE BUSH
' BANK LOOT FOUND
&ew York State Police Arrest
Two Suspects and Third Is Re
ported Dead at Own Hands.
X? tht Associated Press.
MIDDLETOWN, N. Y., May 15.—
Two suspects In the S13.000 Pine Bush
Bank robbery remained at large today,
but two were under arrest and a third
dead by his own hand.
State police said more than $8,000
Cf the loot had been recovered.
Troopers with bloodhounds followed
a laborious trail in the foothills of
the Shawangunk Mountains near the
New Jersey line in an effort to cap
ture the remaining fugitives.
As in the previous capture of Stew
art Wallace, 56. the first suspect, a
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gun battle marked the encounter be
tween the troopers and two suspects
Wednesday. Corpl. J. J. Koellsted and
Trooper A. C. Deluse said one man,
identified as John Mahoney, shot him
self in the head to avoid arrest. He
The other, identified as John Stew
art. 34, was brought to a hospital
here. Hospital attendants said he
had bullet wounds in both legs and
a broken hip.
In Albany MaJ. John* A*. Warner,
superintendent of State police, said
that $5,400 had been found on the
two men apprehended yesterday.
Nearly *3,000 was discovered in an
abandoned automobile when Wallace
was seized Monday night.
Three Taken in Newark.
NEWARK, N. J., May 15 CP).—
Deputy Chief John Haller yesterday
announced the arrest of three Newark
men in connection with the hold-up
of an Erie Railroad train April 17 at
Haller said two admitted supplying
a stolen car and stolen license plates
to the gang which robbed the Pine
Bush National Bank at Pine Bush,
N. Y, of $13,000 last Monday.
OTTAWA, May 15 OP)_John
Blackmore, leader of the social credit
group in the Canadian House of
Commons, threw that body into a
furore yesterday by relaying anony
mous charges that an intrigue exist?
to place Canad under the control of
He refused to accept responsibility
for the statement or disclose the au
thor. finally withdrawing It after a
stormy 15 minutes. The incident was
climaxed by Deputy Speaker Sander
son ordering the statement expunged
from the official records, an incident
which has not happened in years.
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