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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot Newspaper Archives Jul 6 1934, Page 1

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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - July 6, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Flu. 7 Freeborn malice 2 i to none covering local important events volume 1 Albert Lea Minnesota july 6th, 1934 number 1f-l picnic Here in augus Tunion meeting to Nite there will be a general meeting f the members of the Independent Inion of All workers tonight at 30. Installation of officers. The packing House unit will neet july 13th at 7 30 p. M. The american Gas unit will meet uly 9, at 7 30 p. M. This years National convention ill be held at Austin on july 22. To politics in county pea or raw Dave Peterson chairman of the i. W. A. Grievance committee Nade the following statement to a reporter of the grief nce committee finds after Thor ugh investigation that they can lot find a single Case in Freeborn Bounty where a Man has been ask a to contribute to any organic Ion of any kind Inow ii pro Vork on either p. W. A. Projects or that it has been in mated that he should do so a Onei her has anyone been asked about is political oliday groups hold annual convention gop vote Cut in county Democrat Al gain in Freeborn county june 1934, 2,667 Republican votes were cast 2,657 Farmer labor votes and 2,006 democratic votes. In june 1934 there were 4,431 Republican votes 2,467 Farmer labor votes and 1,098 democratic votes. In june 1932 Earl Brown endorsed for governorship by the Republican state convention received 3,279 votes 812 More than the total of the Farmer labor votes cast that year. In june 1934 Martin Nelson endorsed by the Republican state convention received Only 2,303 votes 354 less than the total Farmer labor votes and 97 less than that cast for Floyd b. Olson. In june 1932 John e. Regan democratic nominee for governorship received 318 votes and this year 469. In june 1934 there were a to of 7,997 votes cast in All three a and this year 7,330. / 1932 m. J. Pohrte run representative with e Republican press received 7?,? votes which this year fell to 2,432. In june 1932 p. A. Peterson running for state with endorsement of the Farmer labor association received 2,783 votes. This year Arnold Pless with the same endorsement received 3,272 votes. Tot twee . Board meets with workers committee the local Board of the r. W. A. Met with the r. W. A. Workers grievance committee on monday night to decide which men working on r. W. A. Projects should be paid in Cash and which should be paid in kind. After going Over the list carefully it was decided that Only eight were to be paid in kind. Of these eight it was decided that Only one should be paid in kind permanently the reason for some being paid in kind was that they had been spending their Money foolishly while in other cases it was done to determine whether or not the budget allowed certain families would cover the necessary expenditures. Gets Large support gov. Olson Iii Stead to be principal speakers Farmer labovites Are planning a picnic to be held Here in August. Gov. Floyd b. Olson will be the principal speaker. Roosevelt signs Frazier Lemke farm Bill to put on huge membership drive on june 28 an enthusiastic roup of Del abates from All arts of Freeborn county att need the annual convention f the county farm Holiday association held in the Union All at Albert Lea. Continued on Page 9 news papers inconsistent the twin City newspapers who just recently came out with headlines saying that industries would leave Minnesota when the Farmer-1 labor party won in the fall in an-1 swering a questionnaire sent to them by the Farmer Laboi Leader indicated strongly that they would not leave the state when the Farmer labor party won in the fall. One of the greatest events of the year took place when president Roosevelt signed the Frazier Lemke farm Bill. It was was believed that due to pressure from Bankers Antis financiers he would veto the Bhoj. The progressives Over the entire nation were elated when Thev Learned of his approval. \ the Frazier Lemke Bill Calls for a six Yean moratorium on farm Loans. Man who sentenced Langer once Winnebago county attorney Federal judge Andrew Miller of Arnold Pless who sentenced gov. Langei North Dakota was appointed by either Hoover Coolidge. From 1897 to it 1900 he was county attorney of Winnebago county it of which Forest City Iowa is the county seat. / he was at one time mayor of Forest City. Running on the g. O. P. Ticket he was Defeated by an Independent candidate in race for state representative. He then left for Bismarck n. J. Where he set up a Law practice

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