GRIME: Crime-of-the-Week


One of the two swords sharpened by the nation to avenge the murder of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. last March, was last week raised menacingly over the heads of two young morons of Roanoke, Va. Banker John P. Morgan, passing through the city on a quiet motor-trip vacation (see p. 20), was shocked to read in the newspapers, not that the original murderers had been caught but that two youths, Norman Harvey, 26, farmer's son, and Joe Bryant, 19, city employe's son, had been apprehended near a Roanoke bank after Bryant had cashed—or thought he had cashed—a check for $17,000...

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