The Paris News from Paris, Texas on July 27, 1934 · Page 7
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July 27, 1934

The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 7

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.THE PARIS NEWS. PAGESCVOt r WH0.6-0! WHAT A LOTTA MONEY STRIKE PARALYZES CHICAGO STOCKYARDS AS CATTLE JAM PENS That"* what little Shirley Temp!* teems to b* *sy?ng. And why shouldn't she? Her parent* have just reached a comromise with a Hollywood fHrn producing company and i a week. Or.iy 5 years old, Shirley wa» tfllm work. Then she went on ""strike" for , The company ,$1,QQO. New aU are satisfied and the "*trike" is off. {Associated P-es*i ' U. S. NET SPREADS FOR DILLINGER AIDES WISCONSIN STRIKERS 'HOLD THEIR Plunging forward with head down. Al ZibeH I* shown as he attempted In vain to crash through tha **ne of pickets thrown about the plant of the Kohier company at KohJer. W!s_ after employes walked out demanding recognition of their union, higher wages ,jr;d a snorter working week. Po'Ice finally were csHed .c quell the disturbance created when non-strikers tried to force their wsv through picket lines. (Associated Pres* Photo) HOT ENOUGH TO FRY AN EGG-NO FOOLING! Immediately after officers had kiJfed the nation's N'o. 1 public ene^y, John DHHnger. the attention ot federal operatives was directed toward a renewed search for other members cf the quick-shooting DHimger band. The carnpat'sn was pushed by Me!v|n H. Purvis, ehisf of the Chicago staff of the bureau of investigation—and h;s principal goal wa* capture of George "Saby Face" Neison. A'vin Karpts, Fred Barker. Homer Van Meter, resuted cunner-ln-chief of the DiHinoer mcb. and John Hamiiton. (Associated Press Photos) LEADING FIGURES IN SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL STRIKE fhaao men have ff(j«red promfnarttly In tht general strike situation which has paralyzed the San Fran. el*eo metropolitan are*. wiiSiam E, Thompson (left) is president of the carmen's union, and fs ihown outlining *tr«ke strategy after «tre«t railway employes voted to go on «tr|ke Thomas G. Plant (center) U pr*»,;j«m of iho San Francesco WaterfrotV Employer*' association, and h*» represented employer* in negotla. Won. before President Roosevelt** arbitration board. At right is Harry Bridges, militant chairman of th« joint marine ttrike committee Me ha* »*««n active *• a ieadei of tonflehorenwij. (AMocUt^ *re«» The to 115. and served them up Pres* Photo) PRAISED IN DILLINGER CASE • ^-5 : ;S : S^5^ : iS : :^^WS^: : : : S: ; >HiS¥S •.:-f.;~. V :.. .:::• -Ay. •..:<......-»!>-.<... .V-^-.l^.^.I?.-- Two o. the several detectives whose work in tracking down John D.IJmger won special praise were Martin Zarkovfch (left), porlceman of tast Chicago. Ind., who gave up his vacation to Jccate the desp-rado and Samuel P. Cowl-y (right), first assistant to Melvin H. Purvis ht C.,.iea S o *DiH,n S er detail" of the justice department. (Associated t*nc-tos) Calls Out irocps In New 'Derby* Despite objections of union leaders and threats of a genera! strike. Gcv. Julius I_ Weier (above) cf Oregon ordered 1.100 national guardsmen mobilized at Port^anr, Ore., to "prevent icsss cf fife and bioodshed" in the city's rriaritlme strike. (Associated Press Ph-ct^} It was back in "927 that Andy Payn* (above) of C'are.-r,ore T Okla^ ran across the ccuntry to win C. X Pyie's -bunion-" derby. Now Payne- is in a poHtica! "derby** and faces a rurr-cff primary Jufy 24 for the democratic nomination for supreme- court clerk In Oklahoma. (Associated Press Photo) A RELIC NOW—BILLINGER'S GUN This automatic pistci crashed to the ground from the hands of Johr, DKiinger !rt Chicago wh»n he was Ssatsrs to the draw by federal agents in hi* -last rour.dup-" (Associated Press Fnoto^ To Get $150 Weekly Fugitive Sougnt Officers throughout the southwest ar* »earehinij for Raymond Hamilton {above), one of thre* con- d«mned murderers who battled th«ir way out of the Texas state at Hunt»v»l!». Pr«ff This attractive f;tt!« p«r*Ort t» Mary Jane Johnson, four years oltt, s»r»d she is shown in court at Lc» Ang*'** where she signed 3 movto contract caHing for a atarting «at-i ary of 5150 a week. Mary Jan* J*j the daughter of Mrx'jssffe f»«»r*| Johnson of Detroit. (A*««ctat«tfi ,PreM Photo) ,

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