Clipped From The Mason City Globe-Gazette

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the the work communities wrong and he contingent, not one department to Wouldn't Submit to Arrest · A deputy sheriff told of having shot a young man on a main street of the city within a block of national guard headquarters, when he refused to submit to arrest for drunkenness. Chief Deputy Sheriff Chad Nolan said the man killed at Yancey. Yancey. a short distance south of Haran. was Treed Bates. 33 year motorman for a coal company, foian said the man was shot once in the head in front of lome of Walter Rowe, 25, his jrother-in-law. Row'e was placed n the county jail. Refusal of the Harlan. Hazard and Big Sandy operators, along with representatives of certain fields in West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee to sign a "union shop' 1 contract wiih the United Mine workers when 15 other operators' units did in New York Saturday, developed quick action by Governor Chandler, who previously had announced he would send troops to operate the mines if there was no agreement by date. Lewis Condemns Action

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  1. The Mason City Globe-Gazette,
  2. 15 May 1939, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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