The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 25, 1934 · Page 2
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July 25, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 2

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M&ETWO THE PARIS NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULT 2S t 9 t DAKOTA COURT ORDERS OLSON TO SUCCEED LANGER Seeks Trucker.* Peace Saw Dillmger SUin NAVY PLANES AND LEADERS IN ALASKAN FLIGHT E. H. Dunningan (above), federal conciliator, is in Minneapolis seeking z way to peace in the truckers* strike. (Associated Press An eyew:tness to the staying o* John DHIinger, fugitive sank robber and slayer, in front of a Chicago theater by federal agents = nd police was Edgar L'AJJcmand (above). (Associated Press Photo* In the most chaotic condition that ever confronted North Dakota, the state's supreme court supplemented its decision ousting W'ihiam Lar.ger deft) from the governorship by an order that Lartger deliver to O!« H. Olson (Hcht) the office of governor. Larger had dtrsed the court by invoking martia! law throuchoui «the s±ate. National cuardsmsn guarded the skyserapsr statehouse (above) at Bismarck, and steed in readiness to prevent violence (Associated Press Phctosj MAP ROUTE OF ROOSEVELT'S HOMEWARD TRIF President Rooseveit's crcss-ccurtry rente, taking him beck to Wsshirigton af~cr sn extensive vacation cruise^ is mdicEted above. He will 'and st Pc-rtSard on August 3, according to preser.t piar.s- Scheduiea steps on his return trip are: Bsn.^evjp.e carr. on the Cs'umbia river ter*-een Oregon and Washington; Grand Coulee cam on Ccitimcia river near Wer.atchee, Wzz'i.'. Seiton. Mont,, and the Glacier r.atiorraJ park; Fort Peck aam en Missouri river in Mc-.-tsr.a: Dev-i's L-skc. N. D.: Rochester. Minn., via St. Paul; upper Mississippi river ree/sc-r; Green Bay, Wis-, and Chicago. He pisr.s to arrive in V/ashington abo^t August 10. clattc 1 Press Phctos) STRIKERS STORM SEATTLE PIER; 20 INJURED s st Seatt:c JrJ-jred 2Q persc^r. co-~* antf the;' sympzth'rers etorrr.ec 1 tv.-c the rne'*e ;s show's «bove r (Asset.-sted r* f-em poTicemer. zx epprcxin-.ate'y 1^00 striking p : ers <"' the f acc of z tear 52* defense by police. A »cerse Prtss Phctci SAN FRANCISCANS WAIT IN LINE FOR FOOD OHIO AN FACES DEATH IN A *?K A N^ A '^ —•* r ' 3 - — •*• — -a-. 1 * Jr^i,—L^.^. _ ,1 ^ i_ .iS. Above are some of ths twelve giant naval patrol planes participating in th« 8.000-mUe fHsht from San gOj Cal., to Alaska and return. Commanders on the flight are pictured below, Left to right: Lieut; Comm. H. T. Stnn.'ey. Lie-jrt. Comm. R. Irvine, Rear Adm. A. W. Johnson and Lieut Comm. G, M. Shoemaker. < Associated Press Photos) OLSON CAPTURES NORTH DAKOTA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE Mark H. Shank. 4T (right), Akrcn. O.. lawyer. Is shown in his cell at Tucker prison farm. Ark_ 5* he awaits death in the e!ectric chair, set for JuJy 27. fcr the pcsscning cf fc'jr persons in Aucust. 1S33. Shown with h;m is A. G. Stedrnan. former superintendent of "the prison farm. (Associated Pr-ss Phcto) Backs Olson MayBeHumanBallasf This was the scene at Bismarck, N. D_ as Acting Governor Ole H. O!son was admitted Into the gov-l ernc.-j, c..._e a.ter the departure of WiSEiam Langer. who denied Olson's right to the post. Left to right:' Lars Frsderich3on, a state senator: Arthur Lee, an Ossan adviser; Olson; John Husby, state i " and warehouse commissioner. (Associated Press Photoi An Heir Apparent CONFER ON PORTLAND STRIKE Adjutant General Earfe SarJe* {above} O f the Ncrth Dakota national guard sa*d he would stare} Gchind Lieut. Gcv, O'e H. Oison as acting governor of the state, <As- •ociated Press Photo) Capt. Orvff Anderson (above). ccs-piJot of the projected stratosphere flisht, may act as human ijJJast on the flight, jumping fro.-n tr.e gondcJa 5n a parachute when the balloon i* stcut f-v- mile* up (Associated Press Photo) Tcm 'A. Gfrrfler (above), president and chairman of the board the Republic Stee! corporation, is believed by some steel men to be the heir apparent to the "crown" once worn by Charles ft?. Schwab and the late E. 8. Gary as a result of the steel industry's latest merg. er. ( Associated Press Photo) Before h* left for San Francisco to as3 labor rnediatJon there. Senator Robert F. Wagner (right) of New York conferred with Gcv. Julius l_ Meier (left) of Oregon concerning the Portland strike situation. <"A»- sociatec Press Phot*>\ New Elk. Ruler Fri$co Strike Leader FRISCO POLICE ARREST 100 'REDS' IN RAID With onfy 19 "authorized" r*«taurant» open (n San Francisco when th* aenerai «trj'xe to * •Undctitl. th«r* w«r« "soup lines" extending far along th« «tr««tL This pict«r« .iin«,wait4n« for food, (Associate Frew pfe«»A»r com- in a raid near San Francisco's strike-torn water TO*:*, an **.-:''; 1 '-* c*:" n^'^y •'c'"^ * ^ "t a crewtf J**«! ratfieat*. The men are shown being Ioa4«4 Into patrol wagons to be rushed to the city enw.ru «4ate« Free* Michael F. Shannon, Los Angel** attorney, 1* the n«w exalted ruler of the Benevolent .anf Prot*cttve Order of Elks. Ke was chosen a< the organlrati-n's Kansas City con- (AaMciattd Free* Photo) i Wlllmm J. Lewis Is Pacific coa» !president of the International Long; shoremen's atsoctatlon. the organ- Izatton whose labor difTicuftte* marked the beglnnlno of trouble which i«d to San Francisco's Q*n I era! strike, (As«oci«ttd

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