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5 Hennepin Law. 1 (1936-1937)

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Minneapolis, Minn.
Permit No. 2475
THE HENNEPIN LAWYER
Published  by  Hennepin  County  Bar Association

MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, SEPTEMBER 1936

AMERICAN    BAR ELECTS STINCHFIELD      PRESIDENT

New Committees Chosen Law Reforms Debated
_               _    At     State     Convention
President Gibson Del-                        W  NW  GIBSON              M.J. Doherty of St Paul was
elected President of the Hiouc-
egates W       ork   to                                          soto State Bar Associaion at the
anual meeting at Breey Point
28    Units                                                 on July 8th, 9th and lth, James
Standing and special committees                                     H  Hall of Marshall was chosen
far the year 1936-37 have beau                                        Vice-edent, and      William   G.
aaaounced   by  WG W. Gibson,                                          raves of St. Paul and Donald
President of the Hennepin Couty                                      C. Rogers of lsineapolis were
Ear Associstion, They ace as Sal                                      reelected  Treasurer  and  Secce-
laws;                                                                 tary, respectively.
Over 450 attended the conven-
STANDING CO9GISITTEES                                             tion, this being the largest at-
tendance of any convention held
Jurisprudene and Law Rtem                                               o    inaoiS.Pu
William B Henderson, Chairman                                        outside of Hinsoplis, St. Paul
Allied W. Bowen, ecreary                                            or Duluth. About 108 members
Lee B. Byard                                                          of the Hennepin County Bar were
Judge Paul S. Carroll
Al. L. Dretchko                                                       present.
Elwood Flthette                                                        A  new  feature of the annual
dge Wii.   C. acr'                                                 meeting this year was the con-
Bes W. Palmer                                                        ference meeting on technical sub-
Membeship camuitse                                            jects held on July   9th. Aaron
Martin J. War, Chairman                                             Youngquist of iinneapolis dis-
Prances V. Davidson, Secretary                                        russed  Social S.erity  Legisla-
James 0. Caulfield                                                    lio,
Roll Fasseen                                                          tion, pointing out in hi address
Grandin Dodley                                                       that the Soqial Security Act will
Jerme A. tnvinson
Angs iteQuen                  .   William  W. -Gibson, president cost Minne  taemployers and em-
Eal J. Mooned                     of the Hennepin County Bar As- ployes approxlmately $13,400,000
Macs 0. undelm                  sociation  for the coming   year, in   taxes for 1937. Charles E.
was born in Glyndon, Minnesota, Phillips of St. Cloud discussed
Program Committee          on October 11, 1883. His parents the    subject  of  Extraordinary
meve J. Flakie, Chairman
Bonita P. MWsske,  cretary        were   William   and   Magdalene Writs in the Supreme Court, and
N. M, coursolle                    (Arooldi   Gibso. Ht     as  the  Stanley B. Houck of Minneapolis
Charis H. Davis                    only child, and after his mother's discussed the subject of Prac-
Vicent Johnson
Joseplh L, Nathanson               death, which occurred when he tire Before Federal Tribunals.
Herbert F. Shoening              was two years of age, went to         Continued to page 3, column  5

Ja Wi   th ~                      live with relatives in Milwaukee,
Dsvid J. Solon
Richard L. Tighe                    Wisconsin. Here he acquired his
education  in  the public schools
Public Relation Commnittee
John C. Beneo. Chairman            and   at the age of twenty-one
John M. Plmecr, Secretory           moved to Minneapolis, where he
Arthur L. Jone                     became Secretary of the Traffic
Judge Win. C. Lmon
Gerald T. lMlln                    Club of Minneapolis. He held this
Herbert T. Plark                    position for a number of years
Rodney T. Peterson
Judge Arthur W. Saorer              and while so employed attended
M. C. TIM                           the Mtinnesota    College of Law
'Real Property and Probate Law and  from which institute he was grad-
Practice Committee          uated in   1917 and immediately
Walter J. Trogner, Clirman         started   to   practice  in   Min-
Charles B. Howard, Secretary        neapolis and for a      number of
John D. Bleecker
Ralph M Comaford                   years was associated with the firm
Robert M. Groaunse                   of Healy &    La Du. For three
John R. Everett
Henry W. Haverstock                 years prior to his election to the
Rex H. Ki s                        presidency   he served   the local
SBenj. P. Myers                      Bar as its treasurer. At the pres-
R. G. Patton
George W. Strong                    ent time he is a member of the
Sunaer B. Young                    firm  of Gibson &    Utrheim, 1144
Continued to page 4, column I    Baker Building.
- ----- -                         +    He   has   always      taken   a
NOTICE TO COMMIT-             I great interest in    the activities
TEE CHAIRMAN:              I of the various Har Association
e   and was Chairman of the Public
Meeing  ofyou  repec  'IRelations Committee of the Slate
tive committees may be held       Bar last year. He is married and
at any time and place you        lives at 3534 Portland Ave.
I designate.   The   committee
room at 719 New Yora     Life
Building is available at any      MORRIS MITCHELL HEADS
time for your use. The only               ABA    SECTION
requirement is that you call        Morris Mitchell, one of the Min-
Bridgeport 5363, Miss Chris-      nesota  delegates to the recent
tianson, and make reserve-       American Bar Association meet-
t tions, so that your appoint-      ing at Boston was chosen chairman
I ment will not conflict with       of the new section devoted to or-
athat of some other        carn-    ganization activities. Mr. Mitchell
itteeI is a former president of the stale
W. W. Gibson, Pres.     Bar Association, and was a part-
er of the late C. J. Rockwood.

Oscar Haugland
Speaker at Law
Examiners Conference
(The full text of Mr. Haoland's
address Is us file , the Bar Asioi-
Don office for re ferece bo memoers
of th Association.)
An   analysis of the problems
and some of the possible solutions
in the field of character investiga-
tion prior to admission to the bar
was the theme of an       address
delivered by Oscar Hauglund he-
fore the National Conference of
Law Examiners on August 25 at
Boston. Mr Haugland, a member
of the Hennepin County Bar As-
sociation  and  Secretary  of the
State Board of Bar Examiners,
was one of the three persons se-
lected by the National Conference
to address them. According     to
others present at the meeting,
the discussion was hailed by the
delegates as   a  very  thorough
and able presentation of the sub-
ject.
Mr. Haugland quoted at length
from various surveys and reports
of the past few years in showing
that the legal profession is far
behind in its approach to one of
the most important factors in
the standing of the profession-
namely, the fitness or unfitness
of those admitted to the practice
of law. He then gave the result
of certain studies made by emi
Continued to page 3, column 2

FREDERICK H. STINCiFIELD

C tp he M0, esa  iul Ou~r
Governor Olson
Letter Thanking
Bar Received
Flowey. wer dalsattbed to-Gv-
ernor Olson during his illness by
the Hennepin County Bar Asso-
ciation, and he dictated a letter of
thanks while at his summer home.
Because of the sudden turn in his
condition, he was unable to cor-
plete the sending   of the tele-
gram. We print below the Gov-
senor's  unsigned  letter  and  a
letter from his secretary, which
is self-explanatory.
I am enclosing a letter dic-
tated by the Governor while
he was at his lake cottage
just prior to his last trip to
Rochester. Before the letter
could be written and returned
to him for signature, he be-
came seriously ill and never
had an opportunity to sign it.
One of his last requests,
expressed to me at the hos-
pital, was that I should mul
you this letter even though
it was unsigned.
M. C. HURSH,
Assistant Secretary.
STATE OF MINNESOTA,
Executive Department,
Saint Paul,
Floyd B. Olson, Governor.
Brainerd, Minnesota,
August 14, 1936.
Mr. Donald Rogers,
Sec., Hennepin Co. Bar Assn.,
600 New York Life Bldg.,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Dear Friend:
Please extend 'to the mem-
bers of the Hennepin County
Bar Association my sincere
thanks for the beautiful flow-
ers that they sent me while
I was in Rochester.
I cannot tell you how much
I  appreciate   this  remem-
brance and the good wishes
it conveyed.
Kindest personal regards.
Sincerely yours,
O:C

First Local Lawyer
To Lead National
Association
Long Career Climaxed
By Unanimous
Selection
The highest honor within the
power of the American Bar Aoso-
ciation was bestowed on a Minne-
apolis attorney on August 28th,
when Frederiik H. Stinchfield, a
member of the Hennepin County
Bar Association, was elected presi-
dent of the national organization.
Mr. Stinchfield, who was nominat-
ed by the General Council on Au-
gust 27th and elected without op-
position, is a former president of
the   Minnesota   and  Hennepin
County Bar Associations. He suc-
ceeds William L. Ransom of New
York.
The action of the American Bar
Association in session at Boston
brought to a climax the long and
brilliant career of the local attor-
nay. Since 1918 be has been the
senior member of the firm     of
Stinchfield, Mackall, Crouase, Mc-
Nally  &  Moore, (formerly the
firm  of Jamison, Stinchfield &
MackalI), with   offices at 1100
First Nat'l-Soo Line building. His
residence is at 1819 Mount Curve
avenue.
Born at Danforth, Maine, on
May 8, 1881, the son of Amoziah
and Rose Brown Stinchfield, he
graduated from the high school
at Lewiston, Maine, in 1896, re-
ceived his A.B. at Bates College
in 1900 and his L.L.B. at the Har-
vard Law School in 1905. He was
admitted to the New York Bar in
1906 and practiced there until
1909 at which time he movad to
Minneapolis, and became a mem-
her of the Jamison firm in 1918.
Mr. Stinchfibeld'a legal ability nd
talent for organization have long
been recognized in this common-
Continued on page 3, column 4
(Congracultlons Teleoraphed  I
to Mr. 1tischlteld.)
Aug. 2i, 1936.
10 A. M.,
Mr. Frederick H. Stinehfield,
care Statler Hotel.        I
Boston, Mass.
The members of the He-
nepin County Bar Associa-.
tion feel highly elated oree
the great honor which has
been conferred upon    you.
We tender ,to you our hear-
tiest congratulations and as-
sure you of our sincere and
active cooperation  in  the
coming year to make your
teem of office an outstand-
I ing success.
HENNEPIN COUNTY
BAR ASSOCIATION,
W. W. Gibson, Pres.

SEE COMING EVENTS, PAGE TWO

VOLUME 5

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