July 2, 1938


Dropcap_m_1931_02 ayor Frank Shaw congratulates hundreds of city employees on their retirement, notably 90-year-old Robert Carr, above. The Times says that Carr worked in the street maintenance division for more than 20 years, meaning that he would have started with the city in his late 60s. Unfortunately, The Times doesn’t say exactly what he did.

Also, Earle Kynette tells the grand jury he can solve the Harry Raymond bombing. He doesn’t offer any new details, just a new theory, which The Times doesn’t describe. 

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