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May 7, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 3

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1 1 ~ 1 -. i. js$5'£.CJ~; s .lw,*uM4iM/KJtt MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 7 1936 THREE I-' *j t* III h:r f LABOR IN CLASH ATDESMOINES [THree Workers on Project Injured in Fight With Union Raiders. DES MOINES, (.T)--Labor trouble enveloped construction of a grain storage project at the Inland Mills company here Thursday, after three employes were injured in a clash ivith union workers. From 300 to 400 workers Wednesday night stormed the project, injuring the employes, none seriously, before police broke up the dcm- onstratioon. Pickets at the scene said union employes claimed the Jones-Hettelsater company, of Kansas City, holders of the construction contract, was paying common laborers on the project only 35 cents an hour, while the union "scale was 67 Yz cents an hour. In Kansas City Elwood N. Jones, vice president of the construction company, said there had been no question of wages and that the company had paid "the prevailing ·wages" for the type of work done, on an open shop basis. Police quelled the disturbance without any serious injuries, although crowbars were hurled through windows of the construction company office. The injured were Joe Campbell, timekeeper and material man. A. L. CJuiett, a foreman, and H. A. Gibson, a night foreman. 0. C. Hunter Dies at Charles City; Former Manager of Hildretn CHARLES CITY--O. C. Hunter, 79, died Wednesday night at 11 o'clock at his home on 79 North Jackson. He had been ill quite a while and suffered several strokes. Mr. Hunter lived in Maquokcta and Monticello before coming here, where he managed the Hildreth hotel a number of years. For a few years he had retired. Surviving is his wife. Union Employes of Filling Stations in Twin Cities Strike MINNEAPOLIS, ''.Tl--A strike of union employes ot gasoline- filling stations in Minneapolis and St. Paul went into effect early Thursday. A dispute over leasing of service stations to individuals brought on the strike at midnighfc^attcr last minute attempts to arbitrate had failed. William Mc-Comiskey of Minneapolis, president of local 19802, Petrol- cum Workers union, said his organ- isation had 1.400 members, but he estimated more than 3,000 employes | would be affected. Heinmiller Talks to Iowa Conference of Evangelical Church STORY CITY, (.T)--The Rev. Carl Heinmiller of Cleveland, Ohio, field secretary of the Evangelical church, denounced European nations for attempting- to limit religion-to a national institution as he addressed the Iowa conference of the church here. "How," he asked, "can the world s leaders continue to depend upon war for arbitration when it is so i apparent all nations are best benefited by peace?" Bishop C. H. Stauffacher of Kan- .·=as City, Mo., told delegates that the "perilous .situation confronting the world today is not due primarily to financial and political causes, but to the spiritual sag which has come unon mankind. ""One of the silliest manifestations of modern lack of intelligence," he said, "is the blind belief in superstitions and taboos. Abolishment of superstition must continue to be one of the chief aims of evangelism." The Rev. G. H. Barnford of Council Bluffs, Iowa, was re-elected conference secretary. Dickinson Is Speaker at Banquet in Ackley ACKLEY--Two hundred twenty- five are expected here for a banquet Thursday evening when an inter-city Rotary club meeting is held. Senator L. J. Dickinson is the speaker. Phyllis Simkins Rites Held at Local Church Funeral services for Miss Phyllis ginikins. 14 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simkins, 721 Ninth street northeast, were held at tie Church of Christ, with the Rev. David L. 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