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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - July 6, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn Patr Freeborn Patriot Relief published Semi monthly Albert Lea Minn. Roger Ostby one year 65 cents3 months 18 cents no slam bang but truth and fairness to Al published by Columbia press Albert Lea Minn. Phone 5534company unions one wonders if there is a greater farce or a better example of hypocrisy than a company Union. It is interesting to note in this connection that out of 20,870 clergymen of All prot amp Tant denominations answering to the questionnaire out by the world tomorrow asking which they it fored local company unions w National unions of workers Only 2,617 favored local company unions barely ten mistake the Farmer labor Leader an Organ of the Farmer labor association in its Issue of june 30th made the following statement a president Roosevelt has vetoed the Frazier Lemke farm Bill according to a Telegram received from Washington. This was forecast some time ago when Roosevelt told Farmer labor congressmen that Bankers would not allow it to become this was evidently not a mistake of the Farmer labor Leader but was due to a Telegram that did not Tell the truth. It often happens that news which later is found to be untrue is Given to a paper just before it goes to press when there is no time left to investigate and coming from supposed Good authority is published. The local paper that so unwittingly censored the Farmer labor Leader for this should remember that at any time this could easily happen to them. A people who live in Glass houses should not throw when we get the notion that we should Tell other nations How to run their affairs and what kind of a government they should have we should keep in mind what the late or. Jennings Bryan said a if there is anything More democratic than a democratic form of government it is that the people have a right to the kind of government they for the Patriot some people seem to have an entirely wrong idea of what this Relief work amounts to. The men working on Relief do not have a regular Job. They Are simply Given enough work so that can live on a restricted budget. If these men do not handle this Money so that it will cover these living expenses they Are to be paid in kind. That is they must use it to pay current Bills and when they get through with this there is not anything left Over with which to pay old Bills Gamble drink or Purchase luxuries. A the merchants should not expert r. W. A. Workers to pay anything on old tie funniest thing about this years political Campaign is that none of the Republican or democratic candidates seem to know what communism or socialism Means. A in one breath they shout that it will throw thousands of people out of work and in the next breath that it will mean hiring of thousands upon thousands of persons in state bureaus in another breath they say that Industry prosperous and flush will move out of Minnesota and on the rebound Industry is too poor to afford additional taxes for new governmental experiments on one thought they say that the state already has so overtaxed the Iron Ore mines that there is no profit in their operation and again private initiative must be the nations salvation. Certainly the Public has no quarrel Over what politicians say on the stump but there should be some consistency. A mugwump is the last known animal that could be on both sides of the Fence at the same praying for rain the dry spell came. The unprecedented heat came with Clouds of dust in place of rain. Hopes for any crop whatsoever began to fade. Even the most optimistic got discouraged. It began to Dawn on us that human beings Are powerless when it comes to producing rain. Then the people of the great Plains began to realize How utterly dependent we were on the almighty god the creator and the ruler of the universe. We prayed for rain. The Rains came. Multitudes had been praying for rain. How Many of us have re w turned thanks Are we really grateful for the blessed Rains a clean Campaign Rohne Subby and Pless must be complimented for the clean manner in which each conducted his respective Campaign in the recent primary fortress the opposition is finding gov. Olson a record and the Farmer labor platform an impregnable fortress. For Sale one White elephant by g. O. P

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