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ganization as the judge. The situation-is very tense. - If Acquitted at "Los Angeles, May Stand Federal Trial. "India'napolis, Nov. 8 The In dianas'upreme court today refus ed to advance the hearing of the motion1 to dismiss" the appeal taken "by the International As sqciation'of Bridgeand-Structural Iron Workers" from the order of the Indiaria state courts, direct ing that the- evidence in the Mc Namara 'dynamiting 'cases be turned over to the United .States authorities. The motion to dis miss, the appeal was made by-the United States authorities.. .' The federal officials jiow have the books and documents of the Iron Workers, oven which the battle has raged as a result of the seizure. on, the orders of federal Judge' Anderson-yesterday when the federal porbe commencedand notwithstanding the veVbal order of Judge Markey, of the 'Indiana courts,, that the evidence should remain in his court's possession until the Indiana supreme court has acted., u For. this, reason it was agreed today that there was no reason for hastening a decision' of the appeab The state supreme court has. given twenty days for the filing of briefs. r Indianapolis,' -Ind.', Nov..' 8. Any indictments-which may re sult from . the federal govern ment's probe; into the dynamtiing cases involving John. J. and Jas 33. McNamara'wUl not be made public until the California cases against the two brothers are dis posed of, according to United States District Attorney Charles WrMilldr here today. IfthevLos Angeles trials should result in the acquittal of the Mc Namaras, it is said to be planned to bring-the "brothers here to face a federal trial in case indictments are returned charging criminal violation of the United States laws , regarding the transporta tion of explosives. In case convictions should re-1, suit in the Los Angeles trials it is believed that . any indictments which may result from the fed eral investigation will be dopped. Unusual care is being taken by the federal court officials to-see that no inkling of the-procedings in the grand jury room is obtain ed." Deputy United States mar shals are constantly on watch during the jury's deliberations to prevent any possible intrusion on the secrecy of the probe. Preceding- the beginning of the investigation today, the corridors in the Federal building outside of the United States grand jury room were filled with witnesses who were waiting to be ques tioned. Office help of the attor ney for the International Asso ciation of Bridge and Structural Iron Worke'rs, whose books and documents, in the custody of the Indiana courts, were seized yes- Jterday by U. S. marshals on the order of federal judge Albert B. Anderson and representatives of the National Erectors associa tion, which, organized'labor as-. ' mmtmmmmmmmm