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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - July 6, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota
Freeborn Patriot it Minnesota musters new c. C. C. Army the first of Minnesota a 7,500 new civilian conservation corps recruits who will be assigned to the 70 acc Camps in the Northwest were mustered in for preliminary examinations monday at the u. S. Army recruiting office in the Federal building at Minneapolis. The recruits most of them youths in their teens but with a scattering of former service men who have seen service in France will remain in the acc Camps until september 30. A total of 50,000 new recruits Are being selected from Northwest states As a part of the Federal governments drouth Relief program. Following the preliminary physical examination at the recruiting station in charge of colonel o. W. Rethorst the recruits Are bar racked at the acc Camp at fort Snel Ling. After a thorough examination the recruits Are then consigned to a regular acc Camp for the duration of their enlistment period. A from Minneapolis Tribune july 3rd.investigate Banco further the county attorneys office monday took up the investigation of the Sale of Stock by the Northwest ban corporation and a dozen witnesses All of them stockholders in the firm were questioned throughout the Day. County attorney Goff began taking statements from the stockholders after he had conferred with s. Paul Skahen state securities commissioner who turned Over to him All the records of the commissions investigation of the ban corporation attending the conference also were w. E. G. Watson attache of the commission who has been handling the hearings and Roger rut Chik of the state attorney general a office who has been sitting in As an unofficial observer. Or. Goff said the matter would not be in shape for presentation to the grand jury at its next meeting on july 10. At the same time the securities commission ordered reopening of the hearings on july 9.�?from Minneapolis Tribune july 3rd. N0rthside confectionery cafe a a a a a a a a a a 705 Marshall your patronage appreciated Morris c. Nelson the Farmers store 3rd and so. Broadway soap 23c Coffee 3 lbs. 59c flour 49 la. Bag 1.69 sugar 10 pounds 48c pure Leaf lard 3 lbs. 27c super suds 3 in pkg. 25c soap chips St 5 lbs 29 beef roast la. 12c boiling beef la. 6c summer sausage la. 15c pork amp Beans 10c dial 2500obeli Wayne the swing is to 4j the left in California Upton Sinclair a noted Radical is expected to capture the governorship of that state. He is running on a platform almost identical with that of the Farmer labor party of Minnesota. Senator Hiram Johnson of California is running for Republican nomination As a Roosevelt progressive and it is conceded that he will not Only be nominated but also reelected. Senator Robert m. Lafallette of Wisconsin has refused to again run on the Republican ticket and will run on the progressive Farmer labor ticket which is conceded a sweeping Victory in the fall. With the increasing popularity of president Roosevelt As indicated by the tabulation of the literary digests recent poll of Straw votes the primary election of Minnesota is placing the Farmer labor party in first place officially the tremendous support shown liberals and radicals everywhere and the wide spread condemnation of conservative and reactionary policies there is no doubt that the swing is far to the will not publish truth Charleston w. A. A general Hugh s. Johnson administrator of the or a in a speech Here declared that a i have been told of instructions to reporters to Send in no news favourable to or a. Recently in several instances disturb 4 ing news stories have been published by them which have not one ounce of factual foundation pure fabrications. We can to even get the r always 1028 South Broadway Coryell less remember -70 we Are standing Between you and High gasoline us volume and we will Kee plow prices
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