July 19, 1.934 Food, But They Had To Wait for Their Turn Their pockets niiiv bo full, but their stomachs remain empty as these San Fianciscans stand waiting, waiting, in a long rtstiiuninls permitted" hv the uiiiuns to stay upcn. Women and children were usually, given preference, and'the men-waited to enter the crowded ivUaunmt.s, fiijlil their wuy through the ranks before the counters, and get whatever was left, in rnu and rolls. queue before one • of'the 1 few •>' in the lonp'line for their tur.'i cases no more than coffee- Tanks 'Move In 9 On the Waterfront A grim note was added to the San Francisco waterfront, already shaken'.by'violent fighting and the tramp of thousands of guardsmen, when tanks rambled into the Embarcadei'6, Above are two of'the blunt-nosed National« Ciiiiml tanks brought in to be ready in case of trouble, Strike; Brings Scenes of Violence to This "Model Community' They Got to Work—The Only Way There Was 'Die :;hi!-.'j tamo at last to Keillor, Wis.. "model community" centering about the plumbing equipment factory ul V.'.-ilu-i- J. KchU r. fiirnu'r yovenior and "patriarch" of the town. Defying fumes from tear gas bombs hurled by prliiv, slnlvini; pickets iin- ;Jiown in Ihc 1»p photo as they dumped several cars of coal standing at the entrance of tin- Kuliloi- plant. In tht.' lower photo, pickets are shown at the right charging non-striking office workers as they iitli'iipplL'd In (.-nler the plaiit. Thy strikers are demanding union recognition, higher wages and shorter hours. Overflowing the sidewalks and swarming into the street, San Franciscans got to work as best they could. Here is a crowd of commuters walking up lowS Ma.kct sti nomolS one of the busiest traffic arteries in the city, now de«rled by 'auto U'affic, A city was suddenly ,hsmoum e d from ,ts ;iccuj.;oniL\l wheels and set down on foot, First Food to Move Into San Francisco Since Strike Blockade Began Dock Workers Guarded After Three Are Slain in Rioting Making |.'ood the dt-claralicn of Governor Merriam that foodstuffs would be moved into the San Francisco general strike area, this fle^l of trucks, escorted by stale highway patrol cars, motorcycles and sheriff's-office attaches, is shown in Altamont Pass, near Oakland, California. lleavj t-uaidb ovei the wateifiont at Houston, Texas, protected independent dockmen at work, following shooting to death of three nonunion dockhands in a clash with supposed liU-ikers or strike sympathizers. Ar ili-|)i.-tios and police patrolled the whruves, above, as pro tected trucks, below, wers used to transport workers to and from the decks.
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