The New York Times
Tuesday, January 13, 1948
Joseph V. Connoly Survivors Rescued After 13-hour Tossing in Storm 1,000 Miles Out
PLANES SPOT LIFEBOATS
Wrecked Ship, Which Brought Home First War Dead,
Was Taking Coffins to Antwerp
1934 Passport photo. John, Robert, Patricia and Alice Flattery. Paul was a wimp when it came to ships.
PAUL FLATTERY STILL PISSED HE NEVER
GOT THE $2 BOB SENT TO HIM
January 21, 1936Duelist — Acting Detective Captain Henry Flattery, head of the Jamaica squad, recently shared in a citation for “excellent police duty,” in connection with the arrest of the Rifle Gang of bandits who received long terms in Sing Sing. However, if we...
THREE BOY SLAYERS ARE FINGER PRINTED
Three Boy Slayers are Fingerprinted Leader Balks at Signing Record, but Finally Yields, Saying 'the Cops Are My Pals.' The New York Times, June 19, 1935June 19, 1935The three schoolboy-bootblacks of Jamaica, Queens, who have confessed they murdered a man last Saturday...
100 DETECTIVES HUNT SABOTEURS IN QUEENS
100 Detectives in Hunt for Saboteurs in Queens Alarm Out for 3 Men in Cutting of Telephone Cables The New York Times, June 7, 1942June 7, 1942Police last night broadcast an alarm for the apprehension of three men in a late model sedan who are believed to be...
Patrolman Ends Life
Patrolman Ends Life At Home on Sick Leave, He Fires Shot With Service Revolver The New York Times, January 10, 1943July 23, 1935Patrolman Richard Cody, attached to Deputy Chief Inspector James F. McGoey’s office in Queens as a messenger, shot himself fatally in the...
BURGLARS DO ‘NEAT JOB’
Burglers Do 'Neat Job' Even the Police Gve Praise for Jewel Thieves' Technique The New York Times, February 10, 1942February 10, 1942In what was described by police as a “neat job,” burglars entered a Queens jewelry store, ripped open a large safe, made a selection...
Police Praised in Arrest
Police Praised In Arrest Nassau Chief Commends 9 Here for Capture of Burglar The New York Times, June 14, 1936July 27, 1937Nine members of the New York Police Department were commended yesterday by Abram W. Skidmore, chief of the Nassau County Police Department, for...
TO GET ‘RIFLE GANG’ DATA.
To Get 'Rifle Gang' Data Queens Grand Jury to Meet Today to Study the Evidence. The New York Times, June 14, 1936July 23, 1935District Attorney Charles P. Sullivan of Queens has called the Queens grand jury for today to study the evidence against the five men...
21 WIFE DESERTERS SEIZED IN FLORIDA
21 Wife Deserters Seized in Florida Yearly Round-Up by Queens Detectives Brings to Book Men on 'Vacation' The New York Times, March 12, 1949March 12, 1949Every year, usually in February, Detective George Lamb, chief of the Queens District Attorney's Abandonment...
Fenelon — Flattery Engagement
Fenelon -- Flattery The New York Times, June 14, 1936January 8, 1959Mr. And Mrs. William P. Fenlelon of 1223 Park Avenue and Cedar Grove Beach, S.I., have made known the engagement of their daughter, Mis Dorothy Ellen Fenelon, to Lieut. Paul Charles Flattery, U.s.M.C....
DEATH OF BOY, 16, CAUSES INQUIRY
DEATH OF BOY, 16, CAUSES INQUIRY The New York Times, June 14, 1936- Case Description AN AMATEUR CHEMIST Police Will Examine Kit He Used in Experiment — Mother Questioned on His Actions.Other Headlines that Day