Fort Sam Houston, Texas, August 20, 1932. 2nd Lieut. Herbert Lichtenberger (2nd from r), 28-year-old flight instructor at Randolph Field, with his defense team after being sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment for armed robbery of the Schertz, Texas, State Bank on February 15, 1932. Lichtenberger, whose wife was seriously ill and who had been having money problems and depressive episodes, claimed he had been drinking bootleg whiskey spiked with codeine and remembered nothing of the holdup, which netted $648.50. The aviator was dressed in civilian clothes and a handkerchief mask and drove a newly purchased Pontiac V-8, which aided in his identification and capture.