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June 20 in history

7:13 AM, Jun. 20, 2013  |  Comments
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June 20, 1955 - State lawyers to hear noted writer speak: Erle Stanley Gardner, lawyer and noted mystery writer, will take up "the Case of the Wisconsin Bar Association" when he speaks at the association's convention banquet here Friday evening in the Hotel Northland.

In addition to his Perry Mason stories, he is the moving spirit behind the "Court of Last Resort," an organization of legal and medico-legal experts who donate their services to help free men believed wrongfully confined.

Dispensation has been obtained for the Friday meals for all Catholics attending, the committee here has announced.

Attys. Robert H. Flatley and Lloyd J. Planert are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee. Assisting them are Attys. Stanley E. Binish, Charles W. Campbell, William J. Duffy, Joseph P. Holman, Fred Kaftan, Robert J. Parins, George J. Polnasek, Donald E. Soquet and John C. Whitney, and Mmes. F.N. Trowbridge and Donald E. Soquet.

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