The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 23, 1934 · Page 2
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 2

Paris, Texas
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Monday, July 23, 1934
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THE PAWS NEW9L MONDAY, JULY 13. lft»4 Three Aides I StfllHuntedj Lieutenants of No. 1 Crmt- j inal Are Still At i Large j ST. PAULs --5*'— Johr Di^inger'* i 4eazh leaves three of his- chief s:des sill! dodjrln.e :he federal gov~ ernmerst's reierr.les? nursuit o* criminals. They are John Hamillcr;, <!e- scribed by au:hor:::es as Dillinper's "right hand mar.;" Geor=e "Baby Face" Nelson and Homer Van Meter. All tiave bee" identified by offi- clals has ravins participated :a •various DiHinser raids thro^s^ tb<» eentrs' sncJ ir.iod'f- \vest. All were with him ^h*:. :he outlaw Siiot liis way c-ui o* a trap se; t>y federal agerr.s a: the Ldtile Bobeniia resort near Mercer. XVis., in April. Before thai, another Dillir.grer lieutenant. Enseise Green, -w-as shot :o death by federal ageiits in Si. Paul. On Juru 7. Tommy Carroll. Si. Fan!, also cf the ou*:Ia^*s, was fatally shot by officers at "Waterloo. Iowa, Others still sought, a:id i:'.ention- ed as having- "wrrkeS" with !>:.:- irtger at various include A«- vin Karpis a~<5 the Barker brothers, arch criminal? of the south- Pictures Show High Spots In Gunman s er HUGE POLICE ESCORT GUARDS DILLINGER RETURN DILLINGER SOUGHT IN ST. PAUL DILLINGER AID TO GET CHAIR CContinued From Pa=r? One •without wore or motion, before •medics.! aid could be adrr.irsistereci, at a. street crossing- en route to the hospital. The bocy was Iai<5 on th-e g-reer> IS.VVTI of the hospital. Four govern- in en t operatives stood £r"a.rd. A Sepnty eoror.r-r arrived and the ciead outlaw was borne to the county m~rs:!!~- Stripped, coli and colorless as marble. the body was put on a slab. A small group grath- ered. -A s-arg^c-r- spoke. The si us: •which ended an amazing: crime career had struck In the neck and *~o'*'*~~^:#&^ n^ *^ ^rner^^ i*^ijeath the right eye. The others had pierce-5 the left breast. o~-e cleaving the IT.-O inches further do^n. iia*i fired the five shots. He de- Officials se3.rch.vo tlirousli the t>ockets —into v.'hich the lion's share of the estimated thousands of loot he s.r.~ his brigands had gathered ir. daring- rai-fs T.-as repu- •57.50. Trie back of his wa-cti -on- tainec the picture of a:"uring Eve- 5yn Frechette, ar. Indian slrl -«rho obvi-cJuslT rankei; fir=t among the The coap •whic»* brou^bt about JDiilitaser'e enfi -sras executed ^"i~r.- out a fla-r.-. C-ccnme-aatior: poured hours. "GratifyiriC as well as re- They arr:----t-c :r t :-•:-: *o v,a;ch Americans r-"-r:".b*rr one sr-urirna.?'. Th & *i!m "' • r" •; * r TI e'f EL ~. ""-hies." ever as- ir-i-na, en route *o Croivn Point. ' as OTT hand Irsd., where he 5ater ^?-.-awed. The - hij :,--. t? h"-= notorious Ir,-3iara bnSman (cen- e Than 100 officers I ca so a r r i va I. ( A ssoc rated DILLTNGER *GIRL FRIEND' QUIZZED Dilling:er j s Father • Regrets Son's Crime , v ^ jr-e-vett- fesntert was held Jn Chicago ending «1 on chsrg^ cf hartonas ^^ DiHin 9 er and .^ng him to „„,.« Kiss- F:ecnett^ reputeti'.y a f-eqae-t ctmca-ion o. D.i- ^--7"j-' c !=-es- ^-re=k frorr^ jaii. is shewn t.tween two federal '."--."C^^e- face "from the car«ra, (Assd'ated Pr*ss Photo) Still Free AS DILLINGER SULKED IN John Hair.iiron, fop '"Baity U« by tn* s:*Je or h 1 :? rr-oth*-r ; y era rig man * ho | rt;, ! after ht h^..i 1 Jit his* •t-'vtclk, ,si>.; f«a,J!,v J'f . i by t>^ vf Johnny lJS^.n>;c e hand* of •". '; y Right in > ; j U n jS ' • r Q u i f • K T v rec ;t ' •;•,> surer anrt lo i details of th<? Tu ru :<lr. Mr*. A ud r^y At -y Jiad been " fugitive Jobn Dilllager and his convict companion. John Hatn- ilton, were sought In St. Paul after a trio believed to have been led by Diilinger had shot their -way out of an apartment house, leaving tell-tale pistols and fingerprints behind. Police are shown entering the apartment, where a woman companion of the desperadoes w« v-ontded in their H---r>.t. ^Assoclatsd Press Photo) ARRAIGN DILLINGER FOR SLAYING hi* • - jrivfrn J>.tUft£«-r i in an*'fs i spi*<i | w+ry man b*--re. j ntf jrot off with ] b« burled in ! Th« body o? Dr. Hy^o A. Walter 3S, who <Sr&wr»»jd in fh<* C riv«r ntftr Marbi* Fails whit* fl»htnx< w ** r*cor*r*d Monday Th* c*rjo» from which fe« and Xormani K*j w«r* Charles Maklcy (left), one of the three former John henchmen tried at Lima, O_ for the slaying of a sheriff in a i»5! delivery which freed Dillinger last fall, is shown as he heard hi» sentence ^renounced—death In the electric chair. Standing beside him is his attorney, Tessie Levy of Indianapolis. {Associated Pre*» CHARGED WITH AIDING DILLINGfift - Trfa! of John OtlHnger {right), midwest bad man. was set for March 12 when he was a.-i-aJg.'jed at Crown Point, Ind^ or. charges of staying_« policemsrs st Esst Chicago. Ind. The desperado is shown with guard* in court, <Associated Press Photo} MOVE DILLINGER AIDS TO PRISON Or. CJaytcn May (overcoat en arm), Minneapolis physician, and h>» nurse, Mrs, Augusta Salt (right foreground), two cf four persons indicted at St. PauJ on charges o* harboring John DHUnger. are shown as they jert jai! for court to have their bend* reduced from S5Q.OOD each to S20.0QO. Dr..May and Mrs. SaJt were charged with treating the desperado's buXet wounds after he narrowly escaped a St. Paui potJce trap. They said h« forced them to treat hirr at the point sf » machine gyn. (Associated Press Photo) ARSENAL SEIZED IN CHICAGO RAID There machine gunners made up part o? th* convoy that moved Russell Ctark, Harry Pier-pen* a nd Cnaries Maktey. convicted OHIinger gangsters, from Jai! ir- Lima. O., to the O'":o state prison at Coiumbo*. Pjerpcr* and Msk!ey have beer? sentenced to the c-ectric chair »nd C»ark to l;ff; iTrorisanment for their part in the slaying of a sheriff. (Associated Press DILLINGER AID ESCAPES CHAIR who C*rt<?r Bourn, a. f«*d*rai . * a sikinnish n€ar Mercftr, tin- ftues*!f CUrfc (right), *Te*p/.«y«d former OiMinfltr g*nt)«Uf, tf •n*wn in court at Umm, O, at h* w»s »*ht«nc*« to ftf* imprJ«onm«nt f»r hi* p»rt in th* ctayini) «f fhtriff J«* Sarttcr In th* Lim* jail i«liv- «ry whfch fr««tf J*hn OHIin§*r tact fair. Twe «tH«r O.'f':i.-g«r »(4« w«r« •Mtt«nc*4 l* thr «l«ctrie chair f«r their part in tft* tpiMtf*. tfi*«fi wftfc CUrk «r« two attorrwya. (Aaa*clat*tf r*r«a« Chleaga tfettctlvtt a*»mln« tome of tha w«a|M>nt and ammunition Wft«4 in a a*Hea raid which waa an attampt to captura mambara of tha BHUnftr band of aaeapad fmflana convleta. Thrva ytmrntn, b«i»av«4 for many mltfwtot ftrlmaa, w«ra Hltta4 tfurlng tha r«M. (AIM*> Praaa Ptwta) ^ -

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