People, Jan. 17, 1938

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

When onetime world Sprint Champion Charles Paddock, now business manager of two Long Beach, Calif, papers, was appointed by a "Committee of Ten Thousand" to chase racketeers out of Long Beach, first thing he did was to go to New York to see youthful Gangbuster Thomas E. Dewey. Said he: "Since Dewey clamped the lid down in New York, Southern California has become the stopping place of many of the undesirables he chased out. We want to find out who they are. We also...

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