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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - January 12, 1937, Albert Lea, Minnesota Val fwd Freeborn Patriot Al a Fott Lea Minnesota tuesday january 12, 1937 Freeborn Patriot published every Day except sunday by Ostby and Ostby. Office 220 West Clark St. Phone 2620 r. B. Ostby editor. J. G. Ostby business manager and assistant editor. Entered As second class matter february 15, 1935, at the Post office at Albert idea Minnesota under the act of March 3. 1879. �k7 year by Carrier. $5.00 one week by Carrier. 10c s. Months by Carrier. $2.60 one year by mail in Freeborn and adjoining counties $2.50 six months by $1.50 three months by mail $1.00 outs of of Frencl it Orn and adjoining counties and within a radius of 150 Miles $3.00 per year $2.00 for six months and $1.25 for three months. Subscription accounts payable in Advance. Boys and girls ought to appreciate the Public Library a by a i Eslie r. Hurt staff correspondent Albert Lea taxpayers have every reason to fed proud of their Fine Public Library. Few cities the size of ours Are fortunate enough to have. Such a Fine institution and such a splendid selection of books and reference works. The librarian and her assistants toil unceasingly to please those who make use of this most important Public institution. No citizen has Ever had cause to complain of anything but the Frost courteous treatment during visits to the Library. The writer Speaks from experience having once had occasion to search for a certain poem. The assistant librarian spent nearly two hours As sisting in the search for the wanted verses. Members of the writer s family have reported similar experiences. It seems however that a Small minority of the youngsters in Albert Lea fail to appreciate the efforts Ahe librarians Are putting Forth to be of service to them and the Community. Recently groups of children ranging in age from ten to fifteen years or thereabouts have made the Library a veritable hangout. Complainants say the youngsters gather in Comers and in the aisles Between the Book shelves. Their loud talking giggling and laughter serve to make life miserable for the patrons of Tho institution and its attendants. Thus far the librarian has endeavoured to remain tolerant. She has counselled with the boys and girls but apparently to no Avail. Although the actions of the children at times have warranted summoning the police the librarian was reluctant to take such drastic measures. We Trust that this Little Appeal May help matters that the children May be Brough to a realization of the fact that they Are he future citizens of tomorrow. Parents can assist in Albert Lea markets j wheat no. 2 Spring .$1.35 Oats no. 3 White. 46 amp it a yellow no. 3. 1.00 Barley feed .8o Harley malting. 1.15 Rye no. 21.05 hogs Choice top. 10.10 sows Good. 8.40-9.50 Stags Good. 6.80-7.45 calves.9.00 Chicago Jan. 11 cattle 17,000 hogs 26,000. Best steers top. $13.95 dealers top. 13. Hogs Choice up. 10 b fat lambs top. 10.90 native ewes. 4.50-5.50 potatoes u. S. No. 12.20-2.30 efts. 24c new York Jan. 11 butter extra. 35c Minneapolis Jan. 11 wheat no. 1, Dos. $1.57-1.66s durum no. 1 Amber. 1.39-1.58 com no. 2, yellow. 1.18-1.19 Oats no. A White. 52c-s5c Barley malting. $1.30-$1.34 Barley feel. 97c-1.08 Rye no. 2$1.19 flax no. 12.26-2.39 the furtherance of a Good cause by discussing the situation with their sons and daughters. A Gool a talking to Quot will sometimes go a Long Long Way Public opinion to encourage a Frank discussion of All topics of Public interest the publishers of the Patriot will de vote As much space As possible each week to letters from the Public. We Reserve the right to reject libellous material. We invite our readers to use this space. The opinions contained herein do not necessarily re Fleet the editorial policy of the Patriot. Cause it published a Public opinions Quot where the writer failed to sign his of her name. I can guess who it made the protest and Why. The protest was made by parties of the a super crust that do not believe that the truth should be printed. Working people Are not supposed write Thok of act just work if Given a Chance otherwise starve and freeze. Men and women who believe in the truth and fight to uphold it have been prosecuted and crucified Ever since the time of Christ. Many men in this town have lost their jobs and have been put on the a Black list Quot because they had manhood and courage enough to fight for the betterment of humanity. So if a worker writes an article that is contrary to the teachings of the a upper crust Quot he mus sign his name so that the czars of Industry or their representatives can look him up bump him out or Lay him off and Send him Down the track or refuse him Relief or take him for a ride. This is a rugged individualism Quot and constitutional according to a fascist set up. . Obituary editors note we Are publishing below a letter received from a Reader who protests the ruling instituted by this paper last saturday to the effect that All articles submitted for publication in the Public opinion column would have to be accompanied by the signature of the writer. Incidentally this is the first protest received since the new ruling was effected. Despite the fact the write signed Only his initials we Are running his letter this time. Hereafter we shall have to request that All coi respondents sign their articles and permit publication of their names. Editor of Patriot a i understand that the Patriot has been subjected to severe censure to Olaus Olsen Olaus Olsen of Northwood Iowa passed away at his Home last saturday morning at 4 a. M. Or. Olsen had suffered tree strokes during aha past two years and has been confined to his bed with heart complications for the past two months. Or. Olsen was 75 years old at the time of his death. He has two Sisters in Law living in Albert Lea. They Are mrs. Hilda eid of water Street and mrs. Iver Johnson of 146 South Broadway. Most of his relatives live in end around Northwood. Funeral services will be held Wei. 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Editor 15�?voice experience 3 it a a. \ an Loon 45 Helen Traubel 00 Sis Many a Oreh. .16- 30- 4 5 15 30 Fred Astaire 45�? 0$ a Quot 15�? 30�?Jack Randolph 45�?royalists .00�?comedy revue 15�?world news it 30�?morgan s Orch. 45�? a a Quot 00�?shandor 15�?busse�?Ts Orch. 30-breeze�?Ts Orch. 45�?garretts�?T Orch. 00�?bream ship 15�?dresuu Shi a 30-Rs�n 45�?drtiwn ship Thomas Jacobson Thomas Jacobson of Freeborn passed away Early sunday morning at the Home of his daughter mrs. De Marpe on january 3, at the age of 84 years 10 months and 24 Days. He was ill but a Short time death resulting from pneumonia and complications of the Hert. The deceased was born in Stavanger Norway february 9, 1825, to Jacob and Serena Jacobson. In 18 <9 he was United in marriage to Karie Nelson Wesby of Stavanger Norway. Or. Jacobson was a member of the lutheran Church but of late years was unable to attend Church so he be came a faithful listener to the sunday morning services broadcast from w Cal at Northfield. In the year 1882, or. And mrs. Jacobson immigrated to America and located on a farm in Morris 111. Later they moved to Minnesota and bought the Dave Scoville farm near Hartland on which they resided until the death of mrs. Jacobson on August 20, 1905. Since then he has made his Home in Hartland Albert Lea and Freeborn. To this Union were born six daughters and six sons one son George preceding him in death on july 10, 1936. The following children Are left to mourn the loss of a kind father. Mrs. M. A. Mauseth mrs. C. A. mrs. De Peterson and Harry Jacobson of St. Paul sergeant Jacobson of Minneapolis mrs. Koy Sexe of Osage f a Ole and Henry of Ailep. Lea mrs. P. A. Swensrud mrs. De Marpe and Clarence of Freeborn. He is also survived by four Brothers Jacob of Freeborn. Tom of Vancouver British Columbia Chris in Norway and Andrew of Hartland besides Twenty two grandchildren and a Host of friends. The funeral was held from the congregational Church on tuesday Aiter noon at one of clock with the pastor the Rev. George Safford officiating. All of his children were present except mrs. C. A. Dorniden of St. Paul who is still ill following a recent operation. His brother Andrew of Lilart land was also unable to attend because of ill health. There were eighteen grandsons and granddaughters present besides a Large number of other relatives and friends. The Sermon by Rev. Safford and the hymns Sung by a mixed choir were com for ing. Are opposing Roosvelt a suggestion Foi curtailment of Federal Relief to the amount of $650,000,000. These congressmen say these state Are unable to handle Relief without ample Federal Aid. Their problem is magnified by the Large number of persons Gong West to seek employ ment. President Roosevelt is to give another message to Congress tues. At that time he will explain plans for government reorganization to promote greater efficiency in the control of various new agencies. Trotsky reaches destination today Mexico City Trotzky is to arrive at a station near Mexico City this morning. He arrived from Norway at Tampico mex. Saturday. He and his wife were welcomed by friends. Trotzky is travelling in a heavily guarded train equipped with a Sleeper diner and observation car. He promises not to take any part in mexican politics. Asked about the european situation he replied there is a 75 Chance of War in Europe. # he is soon to publish an article exposing a the methods used to extort the so called voluntary confessions Quot brought out in the trial resulting in the execution of 16 men in Moscow. At that trial Trotzky was accused of plotting to make Russia a fascist state. Over girls in the birth records at Naeve Hospital for the period Between january 5 and 11. The following births were registered or. And mrs. S. E. Edwardson 703 Sheridan Parent s of a boy born Jan uary 5. Or. And mrs. Fred Carmichael 506 Minnesota a boy january 5. Or. And mrs. W. C. Hill of Ellen boys Lead girls in birth records boys continued to hold the Lead More news flashes general motors strike National in scope Detriot the Long continued general motors strike is now a National Issue say labor arbitrators. The gov eminent stepped in last night in an Effort to bring peace. Governor Murphy has Given up his role As mediator. Each Side blames the other for delaying settlement of issues. Both sides agree however hat the sit Down strike Issue was the impediment which caused the failure of Murphy a mediation plans. Both sides Are pressing Roosevelt to intervene. Strikers Are saying a we will win strike if it takes ten Western congressmen oppose cutting Relief Washington Western congressmen from states Washington Oregon Montana Wyoming and californian Rube Lindahl White Eagle service station Uptown at the Comer of East William and Newton. Everything for your Winter driving. Taxi rates 25c for one 10c each additional pass any place in City every passenger insured yellow taxi co. Dial 2323 i Dale january 6, a boy. Or. And mrs. W. E. Claybourne 218 second Avenue january 8, a girl. Or. And mrs. Shirley Booen 1316 Bridge january 11, a Giri. The talk of the town Al Menke and his band the band with a million friends at the Palm Garden wednesday Jan. 13 make your reservations now Phozie 2808. Fred Luff. Prop. The people s Choice for tires the Leader for 21 years eyes tested glasses fitted reasonable prices accurate and careful methods guarantee your Complete satisfaction or. Clayton optometrist jewelry Rivoli theatre bldg. I aslowas46 week buy big Safe husky Speedway see it All weather largest Selling tire on Earth a ask to see Why see the new sure grip up your car or truck through anything without chains a week up Albert Lea Vulcanizing co. 141 w. Main Tel. 2226 pawns one minute test 1. What is the capital of Chile 2. Who founded the Jesuit society s. Who first crossed the English Channel by air the grab bag in hints ass etiquette individuality should be expressed the Content of a letter rather than in selection of unusual stationery. Odd shaped envelopes or highly scented paper Are in bad taste. Today a Horoscope persons whose birthday is today May possess great physical endurance. They Are devoted to their families and think their own children Are always right words of Wisdom a Prophet is not without save in his own country and in Ida own house.matthew 12 >57. One minute test answers 1. Santiago. 2 Ignatius Loyola. 3. Louis Bleriot july 25
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