Mason City Globe Gazette, July 2, 1929, Page 2

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 02, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Otf 1000 MILE TRIP t G W Hanna and Krtkndson Treadwell Robertson left on a 2 000 mile auto trip that will them north thru Minnesota to Winnipeg Can and from there west to the coast They expect to spend some time In Banff PA UL SAYS when it gets too hot for comfort and you get that wilted feel ing try a cool refresh Ing drink or a dish of Ice cream your lunch at the Green Mill where the air is cooled by constant changing Sleet YourFrlends at the Green Mall Cafe The Borne of Good Food ATVBAYSIDE WEDNESDAY NIGHT Macks Gold Seal or chestra which will fur nish the music and en tertainment the annual dance and fro lic to be held at Bay aide amusement park Wednesday night commencing at 11 p m will feature Hazel SIcQuatters accordion ist She will entertain with a silver piano ac cordion beautifully handdecorated and In laid with sparkling brilliants weighing 21 pounds ChildrenLearn Saddle Together With Walking LONDON July 2 of th3 prettiest sights in London is the bevy of young scions of society who ride in RottenRow every morning this famous bridle path in Hyde Park British youth acquires its first lesson in horsesense without which no English gentle mans or gentlewomans education is considered cqmplete Every English child of good fam ily is taught to ride almost as soon as he or she can walk Many chil dren at 4 years of age are experts in the saddle and by the age of 7 cv 8 they are frequent prize winners iu horse shows and agricultural shows thruout the country Claims Relics Are Spurious SZEGEDIN Hungary July 2 UP professor of paleontology in theUniversityof Szegedintold the Hungarian Numismatics association that most of the Roman coins pre served in museums of Europe and America were spurious RECEIVES CONTRACT LU Wonderly Uver more received the contract for build Ing the basement for the new Metho dist parsonage and work began this weelc COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE G hecking Ac counts Savings DepartmentSafe Deposit Boxes Investment Serv ice jRcal Estate Loans for both farm and city property MASON CITY GROWS XS PART of this progressive expand irig city we are interested in every movement for the development of this municipality and its surrounding terri tory We realize that an institution such as ours can grow only as it helps expand the trade territory and increase the pros perity and comforts of its citizenry The officers and directors of this bank are known to people of this community and upon1 pur standing as good citizens and good business men we ask for the patron age of the people of this community In return we of fer a complete banking ice and we promise to the best of our abil ity to render that service at all times with out fear or favor NORTHWEST SAVINGS BANK CPMPLJETE BANKING SERVICE Phones 382 and 383 Mason City I i PRESENTS UNION SIDE OF LOCKOUT Woolen Worker From Ken osha Seeks Funds Here to Help With Fight Robert P Walker of Kenosha Wis representing the American Federation Full Fashioned Hos iery Workers is in Mason City this week presenting1 the unions side oi the AllenA lockout at the Wiscon sin city and solicitingfinancial support for his organization in endeavor to force recognition of the union by the management of the hosiery plant Monday night he addressed mem bers of the local plasterers union and the railway firemen and Tues day night he was to talk to the un ion carpenters Other groups will ne addressed later in the week Told Own Experiences In his talk Monday night ha re lated his own experiences as an em ploye at the AllenA mill telling how hewith other employes was called to a meetingat which a com pany manager discharged all ana stated that the condition of their re turn to work would be a disavowal of union membership This was in February of 1928 Since that time Mr Walker has spent 46days in the house of con rection at North Milwaukee for hav ing violated an injunction by apj preaching closer than a block to the plant Trial was in a Milwaukee frd era court and a jury trial was de nied him and his companions ac cording to his report In all of the cases growing out of the lockout in which there has been a jury trial said Mr Walker we have won It is only when a judge reserves to himself the right to make the ruling that we are beaten To do this the charge is changed from criminal contempt to civil contempt tral Heights arc iUe parents of a girl weighing 8 pounds born Mon day at the ParU hospital Miss Pearl Miller Garner left the Mercy hospital Monday where she has been for treatment Joe Campbell Twentyfifth street was admtted to the Park hospital Monday for treat ment Mrs J L Tompklns Ventura was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment A S Bryaon route i left the Mercy hospital Monday after a minor operation Mrs Thomas Lonsdale Manly was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment j W Dawsbn Clear Lake was admitted to the Park hospital Mon day for treatment Mrs Sam Garfin 408 South Madi son avenue left the Story hospital Monday where she has boon for treatment on Hunger Strike Reference was made to the two girls who went on an 11day hunger strike and to the protest meetingin Milwaukee at which money was raised to release 11 women workers from areformatory after they had served 30 days on a contempt and his 15 companions were raised charge Funds for releasing Walker at a meeting in Chicago presided overby Clarence Darrow They had served 40 days when freed The money which we were to pay in fines said Walker was in reality to the company as damages Thats why we chose to lay it out in jail Instead Could Work Elsewhere Money being raised thruout the country is to be used entirely for legal costs and for publicity activi ties according to Mr Walker Our one interest he declared is to force recognition of the union The 350 workers who have been forced out of employment can go elsxivhara audjrpt a Job any time WP fer from a company In New Teresy But theres a principle at stake and many of us are determined to see the fight to its finish AT THE HOSPITALS H A White Clear Lake left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after a min or operation A B Millby Rockford left the Park hospital Monday where he has been for treatment L H Gimer Klemme was admit ted to the Mercy hospital Monday for treatment John Witte St Benedict left the Mercy hospital Tuesday where ne has been for treatment James Armstrong Clear Lake reft the Park hospital Monday where he has been for treatment Mrs C A Johnson Myrtle Minn was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for treatment S J Oherhauser Ventura left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after a minor operation Mr and Mrs Dean Glauville Cen THE GRAB BAG I Who am I What is my present position Where is my U S home Who ia known as the great teach er of China What writer established the U S Military academy at Annapolis For God speaketh once yea twice yet man pcrceiveth it not Where ia this passage found in the Bible Answers on 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