The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 13, 1931 · Page 12
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 12

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, March 13, 1931
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PVt-j 1 1 1 ' %$* 'H 1 ^ « _ *·* m. - r) 1 r - '1 1 ' \ f v . J CTIT GM)BB-GAZETTB' 1 , ' ' .'· '*r --, } M 1 i !!4 1 1 4 1 * I POLICE OPPOSED BY TRADE GROUP -«- V "u^ir^-V- -'i.i Former Labor Assembly 1 Head iExpkins ReasonsC I for Members' Stand. r£ f Members ot f the V 11ason City trades and la)xr i "assembly at a meeting TJlmrsjday ntght tq,t;the labor half y?ei^t on recorfl as opposed to the establishment of any form of a sta,te police system ,Thl3 action was taken~wnen" two 'bills known as H F. No. 244 and S.* E 1 No! 174, now pending in the state legislature, came up for discussion "Should these bills become ·- law,' declared C. W. Hickox, former president of the assembly who led the attack against the measures which were introduced by Representative Rutledge and Senator Gfochran, "they will provide' for ah army of state troops These troops will cost the taxpayers a half million dollars a year. - 'It is the contention .of the supporters of these measures that this so called state constabulary 13 necessary for^the protection of farm . t ing,'industry,,and;-Business institu-. 'tlbns in the - sparingly -· populated areas bf.the state Notwithstanding this fact, tfcebilb provides .that tftc state conatabulary be housed in Dei Monies'aid It will develop Into a political machine at the expense of the taxpayers, t ' tf. IMay Be Removed. '"Should these-iills become law,'- Miy Hickox continues, ''Iowa will hkva a band ot official, strtfcebreak- era on the (payroll of the state and these'state troops will beHhe moat autocratic group or officials eyer assembled/for the reason that tha bills provide: THey shall have authority to call upon' any sheriff or other police officer ia any county township, wiy or village for aid and assistance in the performance of any duty imposed by this^act Refusal or neglect on, the part of any officer to comply 'with the Border subjects such officer to removal ·from office. "In this way the officers Tvho are elected by the people arg subject to the dictation of this imperialistic group, as they have the right under such a law to remove any officer who in theitv judgment does not properly co-operate with them," Mr. Hiokox concluded. Ottumwa to Hear Green. P X Cota, president of the labor assembly, presided at the meeting A letter was read notifying the assembly that'William Green, presi- deu^ of the American Federation of Labor, had accepted an invitation exten'derf by the Iowa? St^t« t *dera- tion^and various, central bodies lo make the Labor* flay address at Ot- tum,wa in 1931., Ottumwa is also' the convention ,clty this year. * ' j YTh£ peit meeting night ot the assembly on March 26 will^be a ma ss .meeting to interest any group of unorganized workers in the benefits of organization. -Old a£a pension bills now pending in the legislature, were Indorsed by the - t t . ^"As a, humanitarian organization,' declared W. H 'Grlebling, "wo should be interested 1 in any legislation which would do away with poorhouses an.cT which would enable old persons to spend their later years without being separated " * A new delegate frdm, the 'electricians was seated. Several Attend Hospital Meeting at Cedar Rapids Several persons from St Joseph's Mercy hospital -returned Thursday night from Cedar, Rapids where they attended the,Iowa State hospital association convention. Those who^went to th£ convent5qn.were Sister- Mary Michael, Sister Mary Lourdes, Sister Mary Monica, Miss Ella Wolney and. Miss Margaret Wolney. ,They went to the convention Monday, ' SHQF HERE SAVE MONEX LEAN POKK STEAK SATURDAY, SPECIALS For Selection and Sen-Ice Please Shon' Eiirlv Fresh Dressed Heavy C H I C K E N S . Stock quite limited. Please shop 'or call : early. Sugar "Cured , BACON SQUARES 10 First Grade 1 Creamery ; BUTTER Lean · "Center Cut Pork Shoulder ROAST , Baby Beef ROAST Nut ,, Butterine DILL PICKLES 2 5r ··· Fresh Pork HEARTS MUTTON CHOPS BULK KRAUT Y PORK LIVER Yonng; and Tender BEEF STEAK Uneeda Bakers 0-SO-GUD BUTTER PRETZELS If you haven't looped the loops of an -O-So-Gud Butter Pretzel you V ' ^ hayen't yet enjoyed real pretzel per- ! t / fectfon. Eat slow Around the curves f --and get their dry,salty flavor. j First class comrade for milk {Always · · · ^^ '· Uneeda Bakers found under the Red Uneeda Seat. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY SCOUT CLASSES CONTINUE WORK First-Aid Training and Arch- '· ery Course 'Make " ' t : , Progress. \ ( ' ^ The fourth,meeting di'Jtjie first- aid training course being 11 conducted for scout leaders "of, the Nprth Iowa area council, in co-operation with the Cerro Gordo chapter of the American Red · Cross, was held Thursday eveping at the Lincoln school gym. There were 48 men in attendance at this meeting. T. L. Connor Is' giving the instruction'"In .this/ course. Mr; Connor gave a talk on "Injuries in Which the Skin Is Pierced or Broken--All Wounds." Following the talk, the patrols divided into their patro! groups, and under the leadership of their patrol leaders, held a discussion of this talk and also on any (juestions pertaining to first-aid, work. Gave Demonstration. Mr. Connor ,then proceeded to give a demonstration and explanation on the method of treatment 'of the various types of wounds, which ae discussed in his previous talk. The men divided intorteains which are made up of five men each and practiced . : thls' treatment;. ''Consid- MARCH 13 M 1931 erable'tlnie' was, devoted by the men -Thursday night' Ho 'artificial respiratlop Several men' who 1 completed ^ this same' courdp last-, year "were present and assisted Mr.* Connor in giving the men instruction.' Attend Archery^ Class. , ' '"There were 20 men jpresent at the archery ^training course which is being conducted, under "the leadership of C. H. Stevens.,Several men in the course have completed their bows and, work Is now proceeding on the making of the" arrows, ^Con- ·siderabJe^ interest on the part of the "men participating in^thls course is shown r by thp fact that they are taking/ tha materials; home with _ - , - th«m and worJUng on them during 'Mie week.' 0 · - r ' Upoh t /fcompletion of the "making of the bow and arrow, it Is planned tq r conduct a. contest among 'the men. in th course. On; the cqmple- t^ou of this course the men will be awarded specialization certificates by'the national council, Boy Scguts of America ' The next ^meeting of these two training courses will be held Thursday, March i8 ^ Kites for Daughter, Held. ' EAGLE GROVEJ, 'March 13 Funeral' services for Anna' Ebbing 8. daughter of Mr and Mrs William Ebbing, were held at the Sacred H[eart church Thursday morning In charge of the Rev Th'omss O'Toole. v * This coffee has everything . ,i - t ~ · * " O that you warit co/fee to have ~ r i __ * ' because Hills Bros roast it evenly . . . c o n t i n u o u s l y . . . i a l i t t l e at a t i i t i m e V . CONTROLLED ROASTING . . . HILLS BROS' PATENTED CONTINUOUS PROCESS DEVEL- / ' OPS A WEALTH OP AROMA, FLAVOR AND , N i ' RICHNESS LACKING IN BULK-ROASTED COFFEE To THOSE carefully chosen coffees which make up the Hills Bros, blend, nature has given the utmost in flavor. And to develop that flavOr-to the fullest extent^ Hills Bros, roast their blend by a process that has no equal in exactness. Evenly . . . continuously ... a few pounds at a time . . . the Coffee passes through the toasters in which the heat is automatically controlled. Every ^ berry is roasted evenly--to a degree that gives Hills Bros. Coffee its ever-satisfying flavor,. What's morej ir a flavor no other coffee has. because no other coffee is roasted the same way. ' Whenever or, wherever you buy Hills Bros. Coffee it is always fresh. Hills Bros.' vacuum packing process removes air, which destroys the flavor of coffee, from the can and keeps it out. Ordinary cans, even if air-tight, do nof keep coffee fresh. Grocers everywhere sell Hills Bros. Coffee. Ask for it by nam,e and,look for the Arab--the trademark--on the can; O1931 12-OZ. BOX 32-oiz. BOX 25 C HILLS BROS COFFEE Hills Bros. 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