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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - July 19, 1935, Albert Lea, Minnesota Its it phone your news to us we will print it. Dial 2620. Vol. 2. No. 5. Freeborn Patriot around the world with labor Val Cartier up a Mote than 1,000 workers at the government Relief Camp in Val Cartier have gone on strike for better food and working Faribault county got their share 200 pheasants Are released in county two Hundred pheasants were turned Loose in the county last tuesday. The pheasants had been hatched from eggs rescued during Spring and summer from nests otherwise destroyed. This is the first return of such eggs. The release was made under the supervision of the local game wardens acting under orders from the state game and fish department. Another allotment was taken to Mower county and released there. Albert Lea Minnesota Friday july 19, 1933. Conniving of dishonest men cheat nature As Well As fellow beings writer avers established to meet a Public demand for an Independent newspaper. 5 cents a cop the Birds Are being released Back to the territories where the eggs we re gathered. Professor Blegen i o attend opening of m museum july 30th conditions. Toronto up a Chain letters Are circulating in Canadian cities protesting participation of Canadian athletes n the 1936 olympic games scheduled for Berlin. up a the voice of a militant Ronk and file of classroom teachers demanding real action to insure j academic Freedom and urging align historical pageant will be held ment with labor and a the millions of at foun Tajo a Park exhibits Humble parents a forced a Resolution a through the annual convention of the interest receive Natl. Education Assn. Calling for formation of a committee to combat legislation limiting Freedom of teaching. Boston. A up a Arthur Thomas Noonan president of the into. Alliance of Bill posters amp killers Union speaking at the unions convention in ses Sion in Boston expressed gratification that the Massachusetts House of representatives had killed a measure calling for regulation of billboard advertising. More than 100 delegates representing approximately 25,000 Bill posters and killers of the United states and Canada Are attending the convention. To Minnesota the land of the sky Blue water i by Elbert h. Ostrander in remembrance of thee Philadelphia july 17. A the aaa the land of my nativity processing tax provisions designed to j a lakes thy streams thy wooded processing tax on hogs held unconstitutional of thy rills Urs boost the prices of farm products ?1 revived another smashing blow Here to a the inkling music Day when the hog processing tax was to Hajj fairies decked with Natie flow held unconstitutional by u. S. District i court judge William h. Kirkparick. I in his decision affecting 11 cases the Jurist heard last week of eos ton i pa., the court held Congress had in validly delegated legislative Power to Over the scenes of the shadowy past the Secretary of agriculture. I and list for the echoing voices judge Kirkpatrick a ruling follows at the close of life at last closely the crushing blow delivered by full soon will we hear the lapping the u. S. Circuit court of appeals at of the Waters upon the shores of time Boston that the processing taxes Are mingled with the foot Falls Dodge sales Agency to be located Here the building on West College Street just East of the Public Library formerly occupied by the yellow cab Transfer company is being completely remodeler and redecorated to provide the proper setting for the new Dodge sales Agency which will be under the management of Ronald Van Doren and c. C. Searle. The new quarters will provide for a modern service department where Dodge Plymouth and other cars will be serviced. The place will be the exclusive Agency for Dodg and Plymouth cars in this territory and will he open for business by August 1. William a. Brown to add Ress Union convention july 28 picnic and Parade will feature big program which starts saturday afternoon fro which the wandering zephyrs Bear thy fragrance on ethereal air. For we while looking backward Farmer labovites picnic sunday at Manchester farm asst. Attorney general to pee main speaker races and entertainment planned there is to be a meeting this afternoon from 5 15 to 6 of clock in the activities room of the Albert Lea Jun High school for the purpose of invalid. Lor electing a steering committee of five members to sponsor the organization of a Freeborn county historical society in october. This group will also Radke Calverly win trophies at Holstein exhibit and melodies Sublime. Over in the Northern tier of town san up a longshoremen stopped work in san Francisco Mattias Orfield will be the principal speaker at a picnic to be held at the. Gaylord Olson farm one and a half i ships in Freeborn county lies Beautiful i leg n rth of Manchester next Sun. J h a a Geneva a he Lake of child a. Or. Orfield is an assistant actor Hond dreams the embodiment of an no win a k in the aft. I Eden a Paradise. Along the Eastern or noon Border lies a magnificent Forest of to. ,. ,. I no picnic which is being sponsored stately walnuts whose shadows cast a,.? 1 by the Farmer labor clubs of Man. Chester and Hartland will Start in the a i eme a morning. There will be plenty of in 1s, a text ailment including Kitte Ball the Lake. Workers in Southern Minnesota and All those connected with the Independent Union of ail workers will a pleased to learn that William a Brown will he one of the speakers Lithe second National convention of the Union which is to be held Here next weekend. Or. Brown who was president last year of a a fighting 574 of Minneapolis will speak Here on sunday afternoon july 28. Preparations Are under Way for the largest Union convention Ever to a held in Southern Minnesota. The convention will Start july 27 at 1 0 of clock p. M., when the delegates Mee at the Union Hall and will end with a picnic and Parade on sunday. The Complete program will be announced in the Patriot next week. Reflection on the surface of a Pearl in a Rich setting Down near the Eastern winding Trail bordered on sponsor the dinner to be Given in Hon pour Freeborn county Farmers or of professor Blegen of the state. Historical society when he comes Hert j took places in senior contests on july 30 to formally open the free show May be annual event bom county museum. Uni a i j it the state Holstein show and Pine this museum already has a Large a k collection of things of local historical. Interest As Well As foreign. There Aie in u a a a pro Oul be Succes so Pigeon cherries and flowering patches Many pictures that will prove 01 Spe 8f�� persons at tender 82 i of Jack in the pulpit an i regal Wim 3 f j head of cattle were shown by 1q Side by Shore shrubs of the flowering i.,i. A ,. Uyt walders and Bright stemmed dossiers i held at the fair grounds in Albert Lea Job ter Persed Here and there by clumps of games music Etc the Public is invited to attend. Free lemonade will be served at lunch. Bring your own picnic Basket. Persons. Head of cattle were shown by 18 ex-i.,. Cial interest to old residents o. The. I i .Ilies Side by Side with the delicately. A i hib tors. The exhibitors were from. A. U i v county while tapestries jewel. Brass Steele w Mower and Freeborn shaded Moccasin Flowers Ami Beds of july 5 to participate in a one Day me a and China from the far Corners of the j unties Quot a the Royal Blue Iris running Down to Morial demonstration in memory of i Earth will be enjoyed by everyone. R the Waters Edge. On the Forest Side of in the evening of july 30 there will a. L. Kake of Owatonna won the the Trail were the lofty Walnut Trees be an historical pageant in Fountain a a Vejl trophy Glen by the min Neap j standing like sentinels As though the parliamentary Law and current his Lake Park celebrating the one Hun a is i Bune for the Best produce of creator had placed them there to tory started at the i. U. Of a. W. Hall Dreuth anniversary of colonel Albert j dam. Charles Laverly of Elien Valeire guard this Gem of the Forest decreed on Newton and Clark last monday the two strikers slain by police in last years waterfront strike. Many attend classes sponsored by e. R. A. Free instruction under the direction of professor Carl Nelson of the e. R. A., in Public speaking labor history twin lakes defeats Albert Lea tigers by 19 to 10 score urea in anniversary of of Munei Autu ,. A. A a a a of Usu suit a urn we 0n Mewton and Lark last monday Miller leads passing through this receive a a similar trophy for the Besth a munificence As a heritage unto night. Other classes Are expected to m a rom a. I x a. 1 Tot of Sirp. I a up. Ion. This will depict events from the sire. Time of the indians through the com i the cattle were judged twin lakes Defeated the Albert Lea ing it of the first White Man the Joys Ana Hanson nationally known tigers Here last sunday in a very j hardships of the pioneers and up to j judge and president of the Minnesota Loose Hall game. The tigers were the the present. As a grand finale it is Holstein breeders association. They first to score when d. Zoller drove a hoped to have a display of historical i were judged similar to the danish single into left Field driving in John fireworks from a float on the Lake. Method of placing which is based on Dowd who had got to first by virtue of an error. In the second inning g. Casey pitching for the tigers was driven from the Mound and was relieved by Les Laidle after twin Lake had put themselves in a position to make six scores. Albert Lea drove Mike Minear of twin lakes from the Mound in the third inning when they made seven runs putting them in the Lead by a score of eight to six. Minear was replaced by f. Carter who held the tigers scoreless until the eighth inning. The lakers scored continually everyone in the county who is in production As Well As show ring spoiled by the hands of Man who with 1 Terestea in this project is urged to at Yearance. J Wanton malice Laid the hand of greed his people. 1 his Beauty spot was my j Start soon among which will be by Axel boyhood a Mecca a to which Dur Jig the class in dramatics and classes in my Holstein i Early years of my life i made frequent so \ band orchestra and a drum and pilgrimages from Early summer until Bugie corps also expected to be the mellowed Days of autumn. The started. Musical instruction is under settings were typical of existing con the direction of a Chi by Rassmusson. Dit on in this locality before it was i professor Nelson said that there is still time for people who Are interested in joining one or More of these mrs. Lesueur will speak at Austin Park next sunday expected to discuss Chicago conference with regard to third party prospects Many people who Are interested in a National third party Are expected 11 hear mrs. Marian Lesueur when so Speaks at Sutton Park at Austin of sunday evening july 21. Mrs. expected to discuss the third party conference which was held at Chicago a Short time ago. Mrs. Marian Lesueur was formerly a member of the state Board of Edu cation. The reactionaries in the legislature refused to confirm her re appointment this year. Tend the temporary organization meet another special feature of the show and avarice with dire devastation on classes to enrol and that they May do ing on Friday. The late afternoon hour was a judging contest for both adult it i Beautiful scene. The Waters of the a so by calling at the Union Hall or by has been chosen because it Wras and juniors. The juniors could take thought More people would be inter part in both contests. The winners in ested in coming if they did not have the Junior contest were 1. John grass to give up one of these Beautiful sum Mer evenings to it. Lake teeming with fish of Many Spe phoning 1 512. Cies contributed a perpetual Supply to j _ Grace the larders of Ahe adjacent dwellers. During the months of the year when the ice King reigned us Huey loner to speak Huey p. Long will speak Over n. B. C. Network Friday evening july 19, Owatonna 2. Gene Dufty Austin 3. Kenneth Kayser Owatonna. There were 87 competing in the senior con preme the expansion of the ice mid test and the first 10 winners were Irma Reineke Morrison Neil Chris through the remainder of the game p in a us. I. Subject a the need of and it ended with the score 19 to 10 sincerity and truth in or Roosevelt a in favor of twin lakes. The tigers play twin twin lakes sunday. Lakes at see the Patriot for Fine printing. Researchers Tell w hat happened to that extra billion earned by american Farmers Between 1933-34 Jjck higher prices sales tax mortgages made extra income Only a dream to the Farmers manufacturers Bankers and insurance companies benefited by higher prices up a who has received the billion dollars which the government reports As extra farm income Between 1933 and 1934? that is a question which farm research inc. Sets out to answer in its latest facts for Farmers. It investigates the question statistically and in detail and reaches the following conclusions a higher prices took $427,950,000 of the billion. The sales tax took $20,000,-000 to $30,000,000. The a St went to Back mortgages and taxes. A who got the Farmers billion the manufacturers got the Benefit of higher prices. The sales tax and Back taxes went to interest on Ponds held mainly by the Bankers insurance companies and credit corporations. A the Farmers and farm workers did not get their a billion dollars. This 907 million Dollar increase in Gross income was just a dream to them. Their Only Consolation is that it or Asni to quite a billion the total income of the farm population is most unequally divided farm research show s with charts and diagrams w hich suggest divisions in farm ranks similar to those Between the Rich and poor of the City. In 1929, it says 500,000 Rich Farmers one twelfth of All the Farmers in the country got almost half of the total farm income. The poor Farmers comprising one half of the total Farmers got Only one seventh of the farm income. A a the trend since 1930 is toward an increasing share in income for a de Tenson new Richland Robert Chala-1 Dik Owatonna Chester Cherrington Freeborn we. Steele Conger John g. Johnson Albert Lea no. 2 Karl swy Anson Austin s. Else Orth Rasmussen Freeborn Glen Christianson new Richland Albert c. Nielson of j Atonna. Irma Reineke who placed first is a former 4-h calf club member and has show at both the Minnesota state fair and the National Dairy show. The prizes were Given by the Olson manufacturing company Gulbrandson Hardwi Are Northern Creamery Supply co., Nelsons harness shop Gamble i stores North Side hardware Carl Nelsons sons and the Clarks Grove hardware. Carl Steele of Conger presided at the afternoon program. The Albert ,.Lea Junior drum corps gave an sex creams number of Rich Farmers. Hibi Tion Grill. Speakers included Axel while the poor and Middle groups Are a pre8ident of the state Assoc growing m number and getting Ever to Valter Schmidt of Mankato its Smalle shares of farm income the farm researchers. A i Secretary Robert Geiger Field Mana a for the National association j. B. Even it a the a pro spent year 1929a h former f University of three million farm families averaged j Kansas but now chef of the Dairy do. An annual income of Only $550. In con Vas Jon of the University of Minne Ota Trast the Rich primarily employer and e e he ser of 0mo state uni Farmers represent no Only one twelfth Verst Whoso a work for of the total had an average income of v ,. 90 Ooi pm. O o o the National association on Herd test $8,381. The average for All farm fam a a it a. ,.ilies has dropped from $1,584 in 1i>29 a i 1 to $880 in 4934. I similar t0 this flu by a tearl it increased prices in 1934 hit the Farmers in three Wrays through higher Jensen of Bancroft Wras Gen prices for their own consumption eral manager of the show. Other com goods which farm research estimates Itte Emen w Ere Carl Steele of f Onger As Takin or $178,950,000 of the extra Carl Lunde of Hayward w. J. Cher billion higher prices for their product non ,0 h reborn and county Tion goods $212,000,000 and higher w9us Lawson. Prices of farm workers consumption Manchester Man receives very painful foot injury Ruben Moller who works for i. H. Way Down the Lake Pyra Mided and Foley and sons of Manchester w As the opened a huge rift that aerated the victim of a very painful Accident yes Waters Anil prevented destruction of ter Day. Moller w to was operating a fish life. During the a a seventies and Ide delivery Rake got his foot caught Early a a eighties these were the exist i the gears. Hi1 was rushed to a Doc ing conditions surrounding tins Uto tors office in Albert Lea. I he extent Pia and then came the rude awaken of his injuries w As not known at the and 1 found that it Only existed time w e went to press but it is know la and bad its being in the land of my that his foot was badly damaged. Dreams. Now with the Lake reduced a a a far below natures established level the ice no longer heaves the Waters stagnate and the life giving oxygen a eliminated. Yet we still find determination of nature to carry on still Ever striving to heal the scars of the woodsman sax by fostering a new j growth from the ruins of the titans s of the Forest. Yet again in autumn wre hear the familiar sound of dropping nuts and still the clumps of the Wahoo Bear their four Square buttons of Bright Scarlet on the Long tendrils As they gently Sway in the Smoky Haze of the Indian summer Days. J up a enthusiastic now As i stand Here surrounded by about the outcome of the Chicago con the old familiar settings i can still Ference which gave birth to the Amer visualize the scene As it existed in Ali ican Commonwealth political federa its inborn loveliness w Hen it was the Tion its chairman rep. Thomas r. Accepted shrine of All of Tate ardent j Amlie prog., wis sees it As Mark lovers of nature. Now with the Dispo ing a turning Point in american position trending toward making Amend Lotical history. To the coming generations by the res i a i feel this is the beginning of an oration of the Bright Beauty spots indigenous Radical movement in the that have not been totally and Irre United states a he told Federated meeting schedules of \ ind. U. Of All workers j i it general meeting 1st and 3rd fridays of each month. Packing House unit 2nd and 4th fridays of each month. American Gas unit 2nd and 4t n mondays of each month. Relief unit meeting 1st and 3rd thursday of each month. Ladies auxiliary meeting 1st and 3rd monday of each month. The Burton amp Gilbert cafeteria a just opened its doors and enjoyed an excellent patronage on the opening Days at its new location 109 e. Clark Street. The Case of the state of Minnesota is. Nate Chier has been continued to saturday morning in judge Missman court. Arrested for disposing of cars in this state without License. A american Commonwealth political federation is seen by Amlie As birth of a new Radical movement Joe no definite plan made for launching third party educational Campaign to be launched in states turning Point in american political history believed to be at hand de Mably destroyed May we not set aside this one As a heritage to the present and coming unborn generation before it is everlastingly too late. The arched Oak that i first saw in the Early a a seventies still remains intact press. A in 20 years of attending such conferences i have never seen significant people in classification of the list of 250 registered delegates at the conference reveals wide representation from farm such Tives were goods $37,900,000. Evidence of actual decreases in Farmers living standards Between 1933 and 1934 is draw from an Oklahoma state Survey. The average spent there by Farmers on consumption in 1933 is Given As $151.80. In 1934 this a St. Claudia was very Well presented the people from far and near who packed the first methodist Church Here last sunday evening to see and hear the presentation of a St Claudia and we Hen t saw it once More after the or labor third party unemployed and lapse of More than three score years j technocratic groups Amlie declares. It and found that it had escaped the was not intended in any sense to be a Wanton hand of the destroyer i cried convention he Points out consequent average fell to $148.85. But prices by the Olmstead players of los an meanwhile had gone up at least 11.93 per cent so the Farmers would have had to spend $169.90 to maintain their previous living standards. To 1934, save farm research Farmers out of every 1,000 lost their farms not because they wanted to sell but because they had to sell owing to mortgage foreclosures or delinquent taxes. Geles had nothing but Praise to offer in criticism. It was indeed most unfortunate that the drama was not presented in a larger meeting place. We suggest that if Rev. John Hall is Able j disturbed to secure a return engagement it be 1 this entire tract lies in an Artesian presented in the Shell in Fountain Basin As do All of the lakes in free out in the fullness of my heart a there is yet a god in could the Waters have stood stationary Liko the Walls of the rift through which the sons of Israel passed dry shod across the red sea when pursued by the hosts of pharaoh the Lake would have remained intact regardless of the work of the destroyers who with malice aforethought deliberately planned the destruction of All of our lakes. A bitter retribution has been the punishment visited on the perpetrators who natures inevitable Laws. By delegates in most cases did not come As official representatives of their organizations. But they w Ere representative of the general sentiment in the organizations from which they came he insists and were in most cases officers of those bodies. The largest elements at the conference according to Amlie were those adhering to the Farmer labor political federation and the league for Independent politic action. In this group he includes Large delegations from the Park. This would give a greater number of people the Opportunity to attend. Bom county. The fall of the entire ditch Only permits the laying of the continued on Page four Silfies As technocratic including such bodies As the Continental committee on Technocracy the Commonwealth builders of Washington and organizations in Utah Wisconsin California and new York. Socialists were also present in Large numbers. Officials of the Farmers Holiday Assn. Were present from Minnesota. Iowa new Mexico and North Dot there w Ere also Farmers Union. Grange and other farm represents Large unemployed organizations represented and there Wen Many delegates present from Trad a unions according to Amlie. Labor p per editors mayors City attorneys Union officials and even leaders of re publican and democratic Ward organizations stand out from the list of delegates. The conference overrode some of Amlien a proposals but he finds encouragement in that very fact. A the mid dle Western delegates were o eager for a new party the demand was so great that any attempt to Stop at a Mere federation would have driven trem away and they would hav looked elsewhere for leadership a a said. Amlie sees grounds for believing that a new and distinctive Radical movement is under Way in the Confer Farmer labor party of Minnesota and Encey a negative response to some of the progressive party of Wisconsin with state officials present from both. The Minnesota Farmer Lobor Assn. Had an official Delegate. The next largest group Amlie Clas h s arguments for adopting the Evno Farmer labor. A that is a Nativ american Radical movement underway has shown itself very forcibly in continued on Page five meet a a Al in Albert Lea August 11 to 14 at american legion convention

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