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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - January 7, 1937, Albert Lea, Minnesota Thursday january 7, 1937 a. Freeborn Patriot Adbert la Minnesota Pacofi Turki mrs. In uis Farnsworth entertained the bunco dub last tuesday evening at her Home. First prize was won by mrs. Ted Dahl while mrs. Helmar Olson copped second honors. Mrs. Clara Michaelson registered Low. Mrs. Ben Cipra is confined to her bed with a sprained Back the Patriot Learned yesterday afternoon. Benjamin Cipra we o has been visiting with his parents Over the holi Days returned to Minneapolis yesterday. Ben is a student at the University of Minnesota. Leo Whelan of Emmons underwent another operation on i knee yesterday at Naeve Hospital Here. C. S. Qua Ley goes to University Hospital c. S. Qualey West Clark Street loft wednesday morning for the cities where he entered the University Hospital for an examination. Leo Wielan jr., undergoes fourth operation Leo Whelan jr., underwent the fourth operation on his leg wednesday morning. This injury is the to Hult of being hit by a car about a year and a half ago. Leo Hopes to be released from the Hospital soon. He has a Peai about fifteen weeks there. One marriage License since january 1 Only one marriage License has been issued from the clerk of court s office at the courthouse in this City since the beginning of the new year. This was issued on the second Day of january to miss Edna Goodmanson of this county and Manly j. Hammer of Mower county. Visiting in Alabama for three weeks mrs. Pete Tapager and mrs. Lau of Albert Lea also mrs. Charles Snyder and miss Gertrude Olson of Mansfield left for Alabama recently where they Are visiting or. And mrs. Edwards of Fairhope. They plan to be gone for about three weeks. Mansfield people visit in Albert Lea or. And mrs. Elmer Helland of Mansfield were in Albert Lea tuesday on a combined business and pleasure trip. Visited in Albert Lea on wednesday f. W. Bunze of Mansfield was a business visitor in Albert Lea yesterday. Officers elected at Mansfield Church the members of the Constantia congregational Church of Mansfield held their annual meeting last tuesday afternoon at the Church. Election of officers was held at this meeting. Gravill Ambler paint manufacturer paid oif All his employees lets As a Tow year s present. Grav ii president of the american chemical paint manufacturing company divided $90,000 among 70 employees in the Plant so that they could Start the year free of debt. President Roosevelt wrote or. Gravell a letter of congratulations. Workers debts paid by manufacturer As new years present Ambler pa., Jan. 0. A j. Harvey news flashes com need from Page 1 states is lowest with 1 Viper cent of the u. S. Income going for War expenditures. Outbreak against jews Warsaw Poland. A three jewish shop owners were killed and four seriously wounded when jewish shops were molested yesterday in an anti jewish outbreak. Glen Frank trial began yesterday Madison. A a 40-Page document containing charges of inefficiency was read against or. Frank yesterday. One of the charges was the University president has been receiving More Money than he is entitled to under his a a inefficient management. Or. Frank asked for More time to prepare his defense but his request was denied. He denies All charges against him with a reply full of questions. Flu epidemic cramps business in Britain than a million inhabitants of Britain have been attacked with a four Day fiut from which it takes time to it fully recover. Business of All kinds is suffering from Lack of employees who Are ill. The Post office department reports 5,000 of its 24,000 employees ill with the Fiu. Landon and Hoover Are not forgotten Washington. A invitations to the inaugural dinner have been sent or. And mrs. Landon and former president Hoover by senator Nealy of West Virginia. Hoover has sent his regrets. General motors strike is still unsettled Detroit. A conciliator Dewey has met with president Homer Martin of the Auto workers Union and Alfred p. Sloan of general motors but no settlement has yet been Reache. Proposals and counter proposals have been passed Back and Forth Between officials with no results. Pope in ius is much improved physicians of the Pope and Vatican officials Are much encouraged by the improved condition of Pope Pius. He was Able to receive Manv callers yesterday and he is very cheerful. Mat sons Are still perplexed Tacoma. A or. Mattson returned empty handed and care worn from his four hours journey yesterday. Mrs. Mattson had seemed More cheerful last evening. A reporter cal1e� her by phone and asked a is you boy Home a she answered a i can to say anything about they Are living in Hopes. A1 Hardy of a acc Camp a former Deputy sheriff reports he saw a Man driving a car with a California License and a woman with a Hoy were in the Back seat. The woman mentioned the boy was ill but Sefc hushed the youngster when he attempted to talk. The mat sons chased All news reporters away from their Vicinity yesterday in an Endeavor to make Cleat the passageway for the return of Charles. European situation perplexed nations fifteen giants of the British Navy Are on the Way to Spanish Waters. More than 2,000 volunteers make their Way towards Barcelona. The quarrel Between Germany and Spain continues. Yesterday at Madrid 17 plants were drawn into the conflict. Three rebel planes and one government plane were shot Down. Heavy property damage in the City resulted from the bombings. Germany a strategy becomes militaristic each German step is More militaristic. Preparations Are being made for an enormous naval Reserve. A Marine school with 12 years of training for German youth will he opened immediately. Along the polish Border nazis have declared a strip of land Neutral territory in Case of War. Nazis deny the report Hitler is to bequeath Bis chancellors hip to Geh ring january 30th. They say it is communist propaganda. A London evening paper reports Hitler is disappointed with Franco s Lack of Success in subduing Spanish loyalists and he will agree to the reestablishment of the Spanish govern ment on the basis of the tonary set up. Britain is working hard for peace negotiations with All the nations involved in Tom Spanish conflict. Turkey Pio fests against f Rench mandate turkeys dictator was conferring with his staff yesterday in an Effort to oust France s mandate Over a Small territory conceded to Frazier during the world War. I Lull i Iii Lull Chi lil Lull la a for a Good lunch and hot Coffee eat at the Clark Street lunch regular meals 127 East Clark Street Kirkegaard and Sorenson props. Reading will not Hurt your eyes if your glasses Are correctly . Clayton n. Wulff optometrist Rulffs jewelry Rivoli theatre bldg. For repairing see us work guaranteed s. C. Jen son watchmaker 524 w. Clark St. Albert a county Board receives report of probate judge for 1936 to the Board of county commissioners and the people of Freeborn county to order that you May become acquainted with both the nature and volume of the work it of your probate court the following report has been carefully prepared and is herewith submitted for your consideration annual report for the year 1936 number of new cases opened,201 number of hearings held 561. Estates number of new estates 131 administrations 84 wills 35 descent of land proceedings 12. Total appraised value of estates As shown by in ventries filed during the year does not include land in descent of land proceedings$1,119,621.05. Inheritance tax number of estates paying inherit Lance tax 10 amount of inheritance tax paid $2,228.73 guardianship number of new guardianship 28 number of persons placed under guardianship 34. Insanity number of hearings held 8 number persons committed to St. Peter state Hospital 4 men. 4 women 8 feeble minded committed to guardianship of state Beard of control 1 girl 1 boy 2. In Briety number of persons committed to w film at state Hospital 3 men 3. Juvenile court number of new cases 29. Number of children brought before the court in said cases 49. Delinquent. 16 hons 4 girls.�?29 dependent ?1 dependent and neglected. 8. Disposition made of above cases delinquent 18 girls 4, committed to Minnesota Home school for girls at Sauk Center Minnesota 1. Petition dismissed. 1. Cases still pending 2. Boys 16, committed to guardianship and placed on probation 12. Commit ted to state training school for boys at red Wing 4. Dependent 21. Mother s allowances granted to Mother 7. Number of children 18. Petitions pending 2, number of children 3. Dependent and neglected 8. Committed to state Board of control. 3. Committed to Minnesota state Public school 5. Mothers allowances number of allowances in Force Jan. 1. 1936, 38 number of new petitions granted during the year 7 number of allowances discontinued during the year 2 number of allowances in Force january 1, 1937, 43 number of child ran benefited during the year. 154 number of mothers benefited during the year 45 total amount paid to it mothers during the year. $12,365.00. Dated january 2nd, 1937. Respectfully submitted j. S. Mccornack judge of probate court surveying let us Survey your lot before you build. Albart Lea eng. Co. Phon 5348 a a Sorenson funeral Home a to serve better is our aim Corner of Ermina amp Clark phone 3060 phone 4627tell your neighbors Why you subscribed for the Patriot Minnesota a fastest growing daily newspaper get them to subscribe today
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