TIMELINE

BOLD FACES

POLICE BLOTTER

Flatter Familia

Crimes

Craps

Craps

Patrolmen Henry Flattery was fined three days’ pay after being found guilty of having played craps in the bathroom of the police station.

Juneteenth, 1935

Juneteenth, 1935

The three schoolboy-bootblacks of Jamaica, Queens, who have confessed they murdered a man last Saturday with a revolver stolen from a police station were fingerprinted yesterday at police headquarters in Jamaica.

Patrolman Ends Life

Patrolman Ends Life

A patrolman attached to Deputy Chief Inspector James F. McGoey’s office in Queens shot himself fatally with his service revolver today. He was 54 years old.

BURGLARS DO ‘NEAT JOB’

BURGLARS DO ‘NEAT JOB’

Burglars entered a Queens jewelry store, made a selection from the entire stock, and left as quietly as they had arrived.

Police Praised in Arrest

Police Praised in Arrest

Nine members of the New York Police Department were commended yesterday for their assistance in the arrest of “the unlatched window burglar,” who pleaded guilty to a series of crimes that had baffled the police for more than six years.

RIFLE GANG’ SEIZED IN POLICE AMBUSH

RIFLE GANG’ SEIZED IN POLICE AMBUSH

An anxious mother’s fear that her child at play was imperiled by a man practicing rifle fire from a window resulted in a spectacular gun battle in the streets of Jamaica, Queens, in the arrest of five suspects and the disruption of the notorious and elusive “rifle gang”.

21 WIFE DESERTERS SEIZED IN FLORIDA

21 WIFE DESERTERS SEIZED IN FLORIDA

Every year the Queens District Attorney’s Abandonment Squad, takes a trip to end “vacations” of men who have abandoned their wives and children.