Page 5 of 31 Aug 1934 Issue of Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot in Albert-Lea, Minnesota

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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - August 31, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn Patriot 5 Rara sizes for misses and women done to go about in a summer print another Day there Are so Many Good Little new dresses to be had for such a Little Money there is no reason to go on wearing travel prints most of them with jackets. Satins pleasing color combinations. Crepes wit Hor without jackets. Mostly school dresses new fall dresses Iii the new fall styles and the new fall patterns. Made of 80 Square prints a Quality Seldom found in dresses below $1.00 and guaranteed absolutely tub proof they be got to be. Sizes 7 to 14. 55c each or 2 for $1.00school hosiery misses Rayon plaited full length Hose narrow ribbed reinforced Heel and toe. Beige and Camel. Pair.25c childrens and misses full length 300 Needle combed Cotton Hose. Wide English or narrow ribbed with reinforced Heel and toe. Black beige and Camel. Pair.19c boys sweaters Pullover style. Rust jockey Navy royal.89c girls sweaters Pullover style Novelty patterns. Sizes 26 to 30.$1.00spurgeon s labor Day dance Union Hall Albert Lea monday sept 3rd sponsored by i. U. Of All w admission ladies 25 cents gents 40 cents u Ltd a w wll it Holt pc ii la i ill a a a xxi w i. 1, i i. In. A a a a Reno Baudler speech continued from Page 8 fact that there is and has been an inequitable distribution of the wealth of the country which wealth has been produced by the Farmer the labourer and the Small business and professional men but which wealth under our present set up has found its Way in the pockets of the few so that men Nave not the necessary purchasing Power to buy Back the wealth they Nave produced. Ile stressed the fact that some Ming must be done that will bring about a More equitable distribution of the National income so that. Ice will be increased purchasing Power by the Many. To bring this about he advocated the following Complete ownership of the country a banking system and the issuance of Money to be made directly by the government. The speedy retirement of interest bearing Bonds by non interest earing u. S. Currency and for ail Public works constructed. Government manufacture of arms and munitions. Public ownership of Public utilities and monopolized natural resources. Support of graduated inheritance and net income tax with reasonable exemptions and High rates on great incomes to decentralize wealth thereby increasing purchasing Power in the masses and stimulating production and consumption. Financial and old age Security through legislation creating unemployment insurance sickness and Accident insurance and old age pensions. A Job for All capable of working. Protecting labor in the organization of its own choosing. Immediate payment of the soldiers Bonus in u. S. Treasury currency. Refinancing Home and farm Loans on the Frazier plan. Support of cooperative marketing to reduce the spread Between prices received by the Farmer Are paid by the consumer. Opposition to the Sale tax. Opposition to the exemption of securities and Bonds and governmental salaries from taxation. Opposition to the destruction of wealth while people Are in need and instead of such destruction for a fairer distribution of wealth and income. Relief workers insurance continued from Page one be entitled to every consideration shown any regularly employed person on state or private work. The Minnesota Relief administration has approved 2,242 projects representing a Cost of about $15,-goo.ooo. Provision for this Insu juice Protection which goes into erect september i Means that work will be started immediately on a Large number of inactive projects and that hundreds of men will be Given the Opportunity to work. A usera employees do not come under the workmen a compensation act but they deserve Protection while at work and we feel a moral obligation to provide them with this insurance. It is a voluntary proposal made to give the Relief worker the same advantages As any other the self insurance or compensation insurance plan will be handled through a newly created division of the Sera. Tile division of safety and insurance. Money for its operation will be provided from a revolving fund to be established by setting aside a fund the Oqui Alent of a Small percentage of the labor Cost of Sera projects and the same percentage of the sallies of the administrative personnel. Or. Zimmerman said today that the hospitals of the state following the establishment of this insurance plan have agreed to accept Sera ass on the Federal Hospital fee Oasis. Features of the self insurance plan Are Protection on an equal basis. Compensation for permanent partially permanent injuries and fatalities As Well As physicians and Hospital expenses. Relief to the counties from the Burden of carrying Premium insurance. Elimination of the heavy Cost of the work attached to adjustment of injury claims under a general insurance plan. Localization of the plan provides promptness in handling injury cases and makes possible getting men Back on the Job quicker. Or. Zimmerman pointed out that this insurance plan was drafted at the insistence of local governmental units anti civic organizations and that it relieves local governments from carrying any insurance condemns Gross income tax continued from Page one protits and thus could afford to pay More than this amount could i have been realized. Let us look i at a few Concrete examples to show that the two systems Are diametrically opposed in principle. These figures Are estimates based on fair accurate information and the illustrations Given Are representative of classes. The Home Complete line of school supplies tablets pencils Sorenson a grocery store Corner Euclid and main Street

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