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 - i j Orders More Troops. But it shortly was...
i j Orders More Troops. But it shortly was announced that Brig. Gen. Ellerbee Carter, com- the troops, had signed an order for additional 200 soldiers to be moved into the county immediately. immediately. Chief Deputy Sheriff Chad No- lan said the man kuled at Yancey, a sh ° rt di * ta ! lce , s ° uth of Harlan, i was Treed Bates, 33-year-old motor- ( man for a coal compa ny. Nolan said the man was shot once in - - S «.«v. ••••.••• •• W.U M**VSV W**V-W *** I - i n f ront of ^6 home of head Walter Rowe, 25, his brother-in-law. Rowe was placed in the county jail. Deputy Sheriff Woodrow Howard said h shot EIbert ci a rk,_28, when i he slashed his coat with a knife. Refusal of the Harlan, Hazard and j Big Sandy operators, along with rnnfocantntiiroc nt »»»4- u ; n *i«U_ :., representatives of certain fields in j West Virginia, Virginia and Ten- j nessee to sign a "union shop" con- tract with the United Mine Work- a tttfge&s&jsz ^^^^^s^^^^^ | nounced he would send troops to ] operate the mines if there was no ope rate the mines if there was 1 agreement by this date. I This brought condemnation for his action on the governor fro-m John L. Lewis, head of the U. M. i diers will not operate these mines. j Chandler retaliated with the declaration: ! "No one can tell our people to j work or not to work and no one can come into this state and cause trouble. trouble. This is not a political mission but a peaceful mission." Throughout a long Sunday, when

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  1. The Rhinelander Daily News,
  2. 15 May 1939, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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