Union Station Massacre from the Archives of The Star and Times of June 23 and 24, 1933
A V y A Forty Years Ago By John J. Doohan The Star's Librarian From The Star and Times of June 23 and 24, 1933 The Park Board issued an order that “all males must wear trousers or shorts and shirts” while in the parks and that “all females must wear dresses, trousers, or shirts and shirtwaists, sun-back and V-shape dresses being permissible.” Aroused by the Union Station massacre, police in cities in the Southwest, as well as many in Kansas and Missouri, are buying machine guns in order to meet the outlaws on an even footing. Wiley E. Pendleton was elected president of the Life Underwriters’ Underwriters’ Association of Kansas City. He succeeds E. G. Mura. Barney Ross of Chicago won the lightweight championship championship of the world from Tony Canzoneri in Chicago before 11,204 spectators. The Western Gallery of Art, presented to the school district. district. in 1902 by William Rockhill Nelson, will he transferred lo the new' William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art. The Hopewell home of Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh, Lindbergh, from which their first born son was kidnaped in March, 1932, will become a children’s welfare center. Ewing Y. Mitchell of Springfield, Mo., who in the late J880s was a page to the late Senator Vest of Missouri, was sworn in as assistant secretary of commerce.