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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - November 23, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Friday november 23,1934 Albert Lea Patriot Page five Public pays for Cost of Power Trust propaganda utilities magnate asserts locals Washington a up a some of the Means whereby government is kept in the service of private profit making business receive attention in the report of the Federal Trade commission on the publicity and propaganda activities of the electric Power and Gas industries. Part i of this report was transmitted to the Senate november 15. It described the objectives organization functioning and financing of Power Tust propaganda. A to such an extent has the Utility program taken into consideration a every Public contacts that no Campaign approaching it in magnitude has Ever been conducted except possibly by governments in War time a says the report. A the various Utility associations have collected and disbursed probably More Money for Good will purposes than has been secured or paid out by any other group or organization not actually engaged in Commerce Power Trust propaganda. Stone explains what is a perhaps the most outspoken assertion of the reason for Public relations activities by the utilities a according to the report is a statement quoted from a speech by e. F. Stone then president of the Colorado pubic service association before a Power Trust Public relations group. A Why should we talk Public relations a he asked. A because nothing else in All american business is so important. The american business has captured the government and no other government in the world has been put to the or. And mrs. Kenneth Gorgan made a trip to the cities saturday returning sunday evening. Ludwig Johnson went to Fari eyes examined glasses fitted our reasonable prices will please you Clayton n. Wulff jeweler and optometrist Rivoli theatre building service of business As the Public utilities can afford to be free with Money for such Pur ,. Poses since a the Public pays a Asl of sunday returning that of a former director of the National on electric Light association put it. I considerable sport is being of the Cost of All the Public relations i forded local sportsmen by the lift work is usually charged up As op-1 eng tie pan on fishing in Bear rating expenses by the Utility Lake companies a the f. T. C. Report Points out a but the Public s pay-1 Earl Moe who was injured in an ing does not end with that for i Auto Accident two weeks ago is whenever such original payments i on the Road to recovery. It is re Are used in successfully lulling the i ported that he will remain in the paying Public into satisfaction Hospital for some time with improper rates or charges a to such extent does the Public pay i Ranc mrs. Henry Nelson and for the privilege of continuing to son Lowell of Drayton North a pay excessively As Long As such Iota have been visiting friends North Side drug store Agency for Willard a famous stomach t Tablet just recently we read some of the rules Laid Down by a prominent athletic coach to keep his athletes in plenty of milk he ordered keep your health by drinking a quart daily inc. A my Quot Quot and relatives in Albert Lea and Vicinity. They Are formerly of Albert Lea. Rates continue in efforts will continue the report emphasizes that the Power trusts propaganda activities have been a carefully planned and directed by responsible persons of the Industry and expresses the opinion that a these activities will be continued rather than abandoned. As to the purpose of the propaganda the report notes a persist. Ent efforts to prevent effective or p1�1 a took along three friends i Nyrl Nurto a r n a rain i r w a Aho auction Sale Friday november 30th, at 1 00 p. M., on the Hans Finstad farm 3 Miles Southeast of Hayward. 10 head of cattle t head of horses some machinery George Olson owner. Art Jenson of the Midway was one of those who went North to and made the trip in the luxurious House trailer. Each returned with a Deer. We have the report of Ray hem any regulation of utilities for the Protection of the Public a and a persistent opposition direct and indirect to Public ownership and operation including disparagement i ens Ray Art Gotland and Elmore of All trend of Public and economic i fat Olson. They caught sixteen thought toward Public ownership i Pickerel that you can measure even to the Point of criticizing i Only by holding your hands so far such exponents As Public apart. Ray and Art say there came Back plenty wet and had seen plenty of the Lake. The biggest fish got away. Thursday november 22nd, several of his Little friends helped Richard Krominga celebrate his birthday at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Stacy Krominga of Jefferson Street. Prizes were awarded the winners of the various games played. Table favors were animals cleverly made from marshmallows. Richard received Many Lovely gifts. Cooperative dwelling will be established a social Experiment in economic housing of transient families and women is to take form in Minneapolis under the auspices of the Minnesota Era emergency Relief administration. P. Zimmerman Deputy administrator announces. It is proposed to furnish living accommodations for 150 people families and single women in a building at marquee Avenue and thirteenth Street. The building formerly was used by the women a cooperative Alliance. The occupants Are expected to apply their own efforts in maintaining the joint Home As a self governing establishment. Subscribe for the Patriot today. Albert Lea he specialize in correcting faulty installation of All makes of furnaces. A minor change will often make a poor heating system a Good one. No charge for estimates. North Side. Tin shop 717 Marshall phone 4240 the particular attention paid to the schools is noted in the report superintendents approached a with the idea of educating the school children into the Workings of Public utilities a millions of pamphlets delivered in the schools Utility executives addressing University and school classes propaganda carried even into kindergartens and surveying of school books to eliminate those unfavourable to the Power Trust and replace them by others written by Utility men. Vigilantes threaten civil liberties head san Francisco up a Chester s. We Illiams organizing director of the american civil liberties Union in Northern California has been threatened with personal violence for his work in behalf of constitutional rights in the Bay Region. Through an Anonymous Telephone Call to the office of the a. C. L. U., Williams was told that he had a better leave better scram out of Here if you value your life a the threatened announced. A they sent you up a i am warning you that you a Here from los Angeles to reorganize the whole red setup we busted up last july. We done to propose to have any More Radical uprisings Here. We be got you spotted and if you done to leave Pronto Well take care of you and it wont be gentle a he warned. The a Radical uprising was the Dock strike. No truth to the Rumor fat tipped Over the boat. Fat would not get in the boat. They say they get measured for your suit or overcoat by Christian Andersen tailor East Clark its the better Way general Auto repairing work guaranteed de amp Ole e. Williams Street reasonable prices Palm Garden cafe orchestra every evening meals and lunches try our sunday dinners no cover charge on monday tuesday thursday and fridays j a Blue Eagle 222 e. Clark Street see the new Hup Mobile most Beautiful of air minded cars on display at Rofshus amp Gulbrandson 226 e. Clark dial 4160 try us for Home cooked meals and pastries radio firm must end unfriendly feelings new York up a for the second time Emerson radio amp television corporation of new York City a leading radio set manufacturing concern has been ordered by the regional labor Board to reinstate All employees discharged for Union activity. The company had agreed to reinstate All former employees discharged for Union membership As a result of the first ruling of the labor Board. Failure to live up to this agreement and the hiring of new women employees resulted in the new order of the Board which stated that a the failure to reinstate those employees on the payroll As of november 21, 1933, and employment of new workers in recent months constitute a violation of Section 7a of the Ward sales increase Chicago up a an increase of some $7,000,000, or 30%, to sales for october 1934, As compared with last year is reported by Montgomery Ward amp co., giant mail order House. For the first nine months of this year the company reports an increase of about $46,-000,000 Over the same period last year 33% gain. The company a busiest season of the year has just begun. A curls it amp Litls Quot the Bast Dothes am always tailored to order. Admittedly they tit better look better and Yvo you More Aase and Comfort when a Aio Rirl for you end Only you. Let us take your order and Pat you in the Best tailored to order clothes that can be secured for the Price to puff suits$18.50 up overcoats $20 up new7 fall hats $2.95 a $3.95brun Din clothes shop 125 e. Main st. Generator work a Auto repairing Chris Skjeveland 109 so. Newton what about a Union Button have you answered that for yourself Are you with your fellow workers or Are you against them can to you do More Good inside the organization rather than outside you have benefited from the i. Of All workers. You should be willing to do your up and pay up today i. Ii. Of All w. 247j4 so. Newton st. Membership fee male $1.00 female 50e dues male 50c per month female 25c per month wish to thank you for the vote of Confidence Given me in the general election november 6. Respectfully yours Jens j. Bonneru Coroner of Freeborn county

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