JUSTICE: Back-Room Man Out Front

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In forbidding, grey Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary a convict petitioned the Department of Justice for the removal from his chest of a tattoo vowing eternal devotion to "Mary"; he was about to be released and wanted to marry a girl with another name. Over the Rio Grande Immigration Service patrolmen peered from their light plane in search of the Mexican wetbacks who would, if they could, slip across the border in illegal droves to work on U.S. ranches. In Tacoma, Wash, a federal grand jury accused David Daniel Beck, a labor giant...

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