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i^a: SI± BLYTHEVILLE,'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1934 ; Show San Francisco In Grip of Strike ^fi Walking To Work Down Street Deserted By Automobiles ). &MBJMI San Franciscans Wait In Line For Chance To Eat Their ixickets may be full, but t :0verflowlim Hie sidewalks and swarming into Hie street, San Finn else a ns B ol to work as best they could. Here Is a crowd of commuter:; walking up lower Market street, normally one ol ilie busiest truffle arteries In the city, now deserted by auto iratlic was suddenly dismounted from Its accustomed wheels uml set down on fool. A city their stoimichs remain empty nsj these Sun Franciscans stand waiting, waiting, in a. long queue ue- fore one of the few restaurants j prrmltlMl by the unions to stay open. Women and children were usually given preference, and the men 'waited in the Ions line for I heir urn to enter the crowded restaurants, fight th;lr way through Ihi' ranks before (he counters, and yet whalever was left, in many Cfis?s no more than coflee and rolls. Houston Docks Guarded After Three Are Slain Troops Barricade City's "Pantry" Strike-Born Monster •National Guardsmen gradually extended their tines from the waterfront to Include the produce jo»-j bers district. • Here Is a barrier before which guardsmen are halting an auto as it attempts to en-1 ter the restricted district. The movement foreshadowed the bringing in of provisions under con-' voy to feed bsleauucrcd Snn Francisco. Tanks "Move In" on Frisco Waterfront Heavy guards over the watorlrom M Houston. Tex., protected indfpciidcnl dockmen at work, fol- lowinj'tho shooting to death of three non-union deckhands in n closli witli supposed strikers or strike sympathizers. Armed deputies ami police patrolled the wliavves, above, as protected trucks, below, were used to transpoil workers to and from the clocks. Strike Violence in "Model" Wisconsin Town Like some strange monster out of a book of mythology, this San Francisco mounted policeman cam? charging up at a gallop to disperse n gathering on the street. Both horse and vkter are protected from gas by s|jeclnlly designed ;nasks. grtm Dote ns added to the San Francisco w,U>rfront, already shaken by violent fighting trarap.ol thousands of guardsmen, when tanks rambled into the Embarcadero. Above arc of the blunt-nosed National Guard tanks brought In to te ready In case of trouble. and two Ohio .River Shipments Billions of June Flies Exceed Pre-Depression invade Ohio City CINCINNATI (UP>—Shipping by. SANDUSKY, o. (UP)—Literally river from Cincinnall has passed billions of June Hies hav« SD be|the totals of pre-deprcsston years, sieged lilts Lake Erie port and .statistics of the Ohio Vnlley Im- other nearby towns as to darken provemenl association show. the sky at limes, pile up inches The data shows lhat 178.843 deep on sidewalks, and to make tons cf cargo were shipped from street darkening al nights nrcos- Cinclnnati on the Ohio river in 'ary lo discourage their concen- 1933. of which 339.02G Ions v.cre tratton. coal. The highest previous record The flies arc a worse mrroce if of shipments was In 1929. with street lights arc lighted. The city 614,004 tons, of which 5f2.968 tons street department, years past, has were conl. Receipts by river nlso'hauled away the pests in huge show a steady upward trend. ' trucks after they have piled up a halt foot deep. Severe storms greatly aided the British fleet in its defeat ot the Spanish Ann ad n In 1683 The strike- cairn- at last to Kohler. \Vis.. ••model community' centering aMmt the plumbing equipment j factory of Walter J. Kohler, former covcrnor and "patriarch" of the town. IH-fying fumes from [(car g.is bomb-i hurled by police, striking pickets ar? shown in the lop photo as they dumped several j 'o.irs of coal standing al the entrancr lo the Kohler plant In the lower photo, pickets arc shown | Chinese epicures delight in mon-j" 1 lho '''*"' cllal 'Si»«: non-striking office workers as they altomptcd to enter the pi an i. T)l( , s ( V |k'ers 'key meal. i aiv demandlmj union recognition, higher wages and shorter hours.