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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - November 23, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Friday november 23,1934 Albert Lea Patriot Page three corporate interest dividend payments continue High level by Middleton Black Federated press corporate interest and dividend payments for 1934 Promise to reach s6.300,000,000, if the trend established during the first eight months continues. This charge against the income of the country has steadily mounted during the depression. Payments this year will Fop the figure of any pre depression year except 1929 and will be More than three times the total of 1913. In order that the amounts paid year by year May be made Clear the total As Given by the journal of Commerce conservative Wall Street newspaper is Given below for the entire period from 1913 to the present. Year payments 1913 .$1,777,000,000 1914 1,788.000,000 19151.865,030.000 19162,135.000,000 19172,389,000.000 19183,029,000.000 19193,189.000,000 19203,415.000,000 1921 3.342.000,000 19223.299.000.000 19234,085.000.000 1924 3,840,000,000 19254,086.000,000 19264,391.000.000 19275,570,000,000 19286,028,000.000 19297,584,000.000 lq308,572,000.000 1931 8.220,000.000 19326.998,000.000 19336.385,000.000 1934 6.340,000.000 crib rattling it by Gluyas Williams oj�cmaf7$> i pc comes the Pawn yawns and scrubs Eves takes a look round Nursery to it see that everything has come through the Niehof safely wishes Parens would a Awe up and come in now rattles crib which he has Pound effective in wakin6 Parens. Is still too sleepy 70 Rattie hard observes his wooly Job has fallen out of crib in Nuht. Tries id reach him of 6ets rather tan6led up with Kohon of climbing crib bars in 7pyn6 to 6et d06 Over top of crib but ref Vepy far settles Down to serious business of rattling crib l a a a a units coif Vij the heavy charges which the corporate owners and creditors exact from american income have been sustained by the appearance of the Era. Dividend payments which last year were $1,800,000,-000, Promise to top the $2,000,000,-000 Mark this year offsetting the decline in interest payments which has accompanied the scaling Down i and the forced liquidation of debts. Corporate profits have experienced a marked Rise. During the first three months of 1934, they totalled $315,000,000, As against $787,000,-000 for the entire year of 1932. Ouch a i had to kiss him i Felt so sorry for a a was that after you had accepted him Dearie a the Star spangled Banner was written september 14, 1814. A Nickel Isnit supposed to be As Good As a Dollar but it goes to Church More often. Era will negotiate Sale surplus Swine Farmers who have surplus pigs to dispose of under the aaa Corn hog program May do so through the Minnesota emergency Relief administration Relief workers l. P. Zimmerman Deputy administrator has announced. The agents Are authorized to accept the animals and to redistribute them immediately to Relief clients who will undertake to keep them until March 1, 1935, the Date set for their processing into food products for the needy. No hog weighing less than fifty pounds will be accepted. It is suggested by Benjamin e. Youngdahl. Minnesota Era director of social service that the animals need not necessarily be brought into the county seat whenever a Transfer is indicated by the Relief worker from one family to another in the same township or District. Painters still out san Francisco a up a More than 200 Union painters Are still out on strike in the san Francisco Region against a Small group of holdout Bosses in the attempt of the workers to enforce provisions of the unsigned painters code. As a result of the strike it it Likely that the signing of the code will be hastened. President James a. Garfield was shot july 2, 1881, and died september 19. The first trans Atlantic Telephone was completed in january 1927. A a Clove farm store 713 water St. Saturday nov 24 and All next week plenty parking space fran fac naval extra urd Ligga Large dozen cigarettes camels old Gold Chesterfield Luckiest 2 pkgs.25c toilet paper Shter sugar 1 a lbs. Job a b saturday Only Al it bowline can .18 Corn flakes 2 la. Pkgs.19c starch 2 .15 beef Chuck roast la .10 hamburger lbs .30 steaks round sirloin Tbone saturday Only lb.12v2c beef rib roast lb.10c chickens dressed lb.15c pork loin roast lb.14c pork chops Center cuts la. 15c pork sausage lb.10c pork cutlets lb.15craisens seedless 3 la. Bag Coffee red cup 3 lbs. 59c coffe Green cup la. 27c Catsup Lorfn a Quot be .25 swans Down cake flour 2 4-lb. Pkg. 23c Cleanser 3 cans .10 mackeral lib. Tall can.10c Sauer Kraut 2 no. 2x/i cans. .25chead lettuce 2h3 .15 special Price on butter saturday soda crackers 2-lb. Box 17cdessert jell 4 packages .19 matches Carton 6 boxes. .23ctomato soup can Tomato juice can pumpkin 2 no. 2 cans 19ccorn, 2 c�n2 .19no. 10 red pitted cherries peaches pears per can. 49clipton Tea 2 rag .35mother�?Ts Cocoa 2-lb. Can. .21c bread 4 loaves .29grape fruit seedless 10 for. .35c prunes 4 pounds .25brown sugar sat. Only 5 lbs. 25c vegetable soup can. 5c salad dressing Clover farm it. Jar.25c Oval Tine 50c size.35c Kremel t packages j 0c Salmon Pink 2 tall cans.25c

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