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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - September 26, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Fairness to All print u in Alicec i to i vol. I Ino. 9 Albert Lea Minnesota oct., 26, 1934 2sco copies Olson to be Here monday world peace association will support Farmer labor party officer announces declaring that the Only claim to a distinction which a such men As John Regan and Martin Nelson have is the amount of noise they Are Able to make and their flagrantly dishonest and criminal disregard of truth a c. A. Ryan Secretary treasurer of the world peace association of Jenkins minn., pledged the support of his organization to the Farmer labor cause. A the world peace association with members scattered throughout Minnesota the United states and other countries is not Only standing squarely upon the Farmer labor party platform word for word and is not Only endorsing and working for the election of every candidate running for election on the Farmer labor party ticket but is calling on the More than three Hundred National and International organizations it cooperates with to do likewise. The Farmer labor party is a Power for Good a Power that will bring to Mankind a greater measure of Security and happiness. Old gang politicians who have misled the people into one political Sham Battle after another Are a curse and their Power must be conservation project southwestern Minnesota received its first big conservation project As a result of action taken by the state executive Council when last week it authorized $10,000 appropriation to be used with a Large Federal Grant in establishing a permanent recreational area at Beautiful Lake Shetaka in Murray county transient Camps with 200 men will be established and a Park created on the East Side of the Lake with a Road to be constructed across the lower Section where Narrows Are formed by two Points coming into close Contact. The Lake will serve As a recreational grounds for thousands of southwestern Minnesota residents. The project has been urged by governor Olson and the conservation commission. Martin Nelson Republican candidate for governor will speak in Albert Lea on Friday november 2nd, at 2 30 p. M. Farmers favor Olson the East Albert Lea Farmers club met at the school House in District no. 14 Friday evening. October 12. After the program a Straw vote was taken for governor and the result was 40 for Olson 19 for Nelson and i for Regan. A there have been mistakes but the record of the Al party has been a Gooe one says Peterson Nelson statement branded false John it. Foley Wabasha chairman of the conservation commission has put the Clamp on Loose statements made about the department of conservation by the Republican candidate for governor. Taking exception to the keynote statement of the Republican candidate that the game and fish division was $150,000 in the Hole or. Foley in a letter to the former said a the report of the division of game and fish submitted to the Eon sex Adion commission september i 1034, show s that there was on hand in All the funds of tile division of game and fish on August 21, 1934, $342,586, and you can appreciate that when i heard your keynote speech and your statement that the division of game and fish was $150,000 in the Hole i was certainly in no Branch of state government i talc the advances been so pronounced during the past few years As they have been Iii the department of conservation. The commission was assigned a Job of such magnitude As has Seldom if Ever been faced by a body of men working without pay and Only for the Good of their fellow Man. They have disagreed at times on matters of policy but the Finger of selfishness has yet to be pointed towards a single member. They have worked for the Good of conservation oblivious to attacks of fake conservationists and i persons of ulterior motives. The future will appreciate the work and Devotion to the Public Good of these men because their services Are of a permanent nature. Governor Floyd b. Olson will speak in Albert Lea at the Tivolie theater building at 2 30 of clock monday afternoon october 29. He will come Here from Waseca after leaving Here he will go to Owatonna where he will speak in the evening. On. A a a to inv Ade Nelsons Home town on the evening of october 30th, governor Floyd b. Olson will speak at Austin minn., where a banquet will be held in his Honor at the High school auditorium. The dinner will be served by the lutheran ladies Aid. Committee in charge of arrangements includes Emil Olson mayor Hans Marcus in Jacob Herzog chairman of the Board of county commissioners and J. Fosso. Austin is the Home town of in in a. Nelson Republican a late for governor. A3 a general Rule when a Man is looking for trouble he can always find some people to help him in the search. Harry Peterson in introducing attorney general Harry h. Peterson who spoke before a Large crowd in Albert Lea on monday afternoon october 22, senator j. S. Mccornack said a attorney general Peterson has continued on Page 9 company Union has confess at hearings no Power officials Pittsburgh a up a United states steel corporations company Union representatives at hearings before the National steel labor Board admitted under Cross examination that they were powerless in dealing with the Carnegie steel company United states steel subsidiary. Asked if they could strike Deal collectively with the company strive for higher wages they could answer officials of the amalgamated association of Iron steel amp tin workers continued to pile up evidence that company unions Are not representative of the workers for collective bargaining purposes. A the employee representation plan has no dues no funds. Elven the expenses of the plan Are paid by the company a charged attorney Charlton Ozbum for the Union showing that in company unions workers lacked the financial basis for a strike. Workers testified that after rejecting the company Union plan in the Mcdonald o., Plant of the Carnegie company their vote was merged with that of two other Mills the combined result allegedly favouring the company Union. The threat of attorney r. E. Delve mine that the United states steel corporation would not accept the principle of majority Rule in employee representation and would test the boards Power in court was taken up by chairman Walter p. Stacy of the steel Board. A the sooner we find if this Board is merely a ghost flying around in the air the better a he said. Freeborn covering local important events

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