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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - September 2, 1973, Albert Lea, Minnesota Photo specials new lower prices on developing and film plus extra Gold Aono Stamps 126 or iss color film developing 12 exposures mfg. Mig. Price $4.90, our Price 3.29 plus too Gold Bond Stamps 20 exposures mfg. Sag. Price $ our Price $4.75 plus 200 Gold Bond Stamps film special cd 126 color film. 12 exposures $1.09 plus 50 extra free Gold Bond Stamps cd 126 color film 20 exposure si.39 plus so extra free Gold Bond Stamps in film Hihi r orphanage mexican orphans to perform Here a Irro up of mexican orphans will perform in Albert Tea thursday to raise Money for their Home in Monterrey Mexico. Their concert is scheduled for 6 . At the National guard armory according to mrs. Aurora Trejo and mrs Nancy Garza who Are helping organise their appearance. Earl Hunt orchestra plays last of outdoor concerts performers a group of mexican orphans left who have travelled All Over the world with a roman Catholic priest will perform at 8 . In the Albert Lea armory. Proceeds will help support their orphanage in Monterrey Mexico. The children Are in the twin cities now with the Rev. Cark Alvarez who takes them All Over the world to perform and raise Money for Ciudad de to Ninos. City of the children for. Alvarez a roman Catholic priest has scheduled the group at the Minnesota state fair. They will Stop in Albert l a on their Way Back to Mexico As Many As 500 children live in the orphanage at one time for. Alva Rex takes Small on Tours which this year have found the children in several european countries As Well As the United states mrs. Trejo 202 so. Garfield ave., took responsibility for supporting one of the orphans Many years ago. The child waa five or six at the time and mra. Trejo who grow up and taught school in Mexico faithfully sent whatever Money she could throughout the years. The Young Man is now a dentist in California and mrs. Trejo still corresponds with him. She looks Forward to a visit from the Young Man some Day she said. Or. Trejo has three children of her own. For Alvarez will celebrate a mass at 8 . Thursday in St. Theodore a Catholic Church. The group will arrive sometime on thursday and leave Friday morning. Or. Garza and mrs. Mrs. Trejo Are in the process of finding Homes for the children in Albert Lea thursday night. The concert is open to the Public an admission charge will help support the orphanage in Monterrey. Those who would he willing to House one of the children thursday night should Contact mrs. Garza 373-1682. A Case of extra zeros Suva Fiji a a vacationing new zealand couple exchanging japanese yen at a Bank got the equivalent of $104,000 in Fiji do tars instead of the $104 they had coming. They carried the loot to their hotel in a shopping bag and a Bority thereafter an embarrassed Bank minion knocked on their door. Albert Lea Tribune Seaway of Dowbor 1,1971 a a the final musical Park program of the season sponsored by the Albert in it a musicians association is being presented at Edgewater Park this sunday afternoon september 2. Sundays free program of live musical entertainment is by the Earl Hunt orchestra and will feature a variety of old time Wattles and polkas As Well As favorite a pop tunes of the past and present. The two hour program from the Edgewater Park band Shell begins at 1 30 . Sunday s presentation by the Earl Hunt orchestra will be the twelfth sunday afternoon free program of live musical entertainment to be presented at Edgewater Park this season through Grants from the music performance Trust funds a pts Public service organization created and financed by the recording industries under agreements with the american federation of musicians. Additional free musical Park programs provided through Grants from the a pts this past j season include the afternoon of july 4th at Northwood Iowa the evening of july 4th at of Bert Lea s Fountain Lake Park and three sunday afternoon programs at Faribault county Pihle spark. The programs have All been provided As a free Public service arranged for and presented by the Albert Lea musicians association local no. 567 of the american federation of my. Simians with the Park facilities provided by cooperation of the City of Albert Lea for the Albert Lea Park program and Faribault county Pihl s Park Board for the Pihl s Park programs. Ohio Sono Coupon 50 free Gold Bond Stamps no Purchase necessary just Presant this Coupon at Bole amp Crawford Rexall drug 104 South Broadway Albert Loa Coupon of pm rat sept. 9, 1971 cd n0 a Idu now Vitamin c too tablets Vitamin i a c too my. Only of too tablets Vitamin c 250 my. Only natural Vitamin c Rose hips too tablets s 40 loom. Vitamin e too cops Vitamin e Quot get your Tiger a there Quot too my Only protein wafers chewable too wafers 600 my 5150 each Only i Len amins America s largest Selling Multi Vitamin Multi Mineral 50% extra free buy the 72 Tablet six get 36 free. Buy the 144 Tablet size get 72 free. Bale amp Crawford Rexall drug free re delivery Day or night. Prescriptions a braces a vitamins 104 s. Broadway 373-2822-4470 Quot be a Tiger Quot Backer Quot buy your very own Quot Tiger Here a a a in f it a a a a or local no. 218, Sheet Mata workers in keeping yourself with labor you Are in truth Loving life. Quot heart of the people workingmen marrow and nerve of human Powers. Who on their sturdy backs sustain. Through streaming time this world is ours a. Quot today we pause to pay tribute to the working Force of America. The people whose labor and care through the years have made our country great. We Honor our Progress builders a. Earth movers Energy makers. A a who transformed a wilderness into a land of production and plenty. They Are and always have been our principal natural resource. The life Stream of the nation. Today we thank them for knowing that work is love made visible. Albert Lea trades labor Assembly Al Cio local no. P-6 amalgamated Moat Cotton and Butcher workmen of North America packing House Dairy Margarine Frozen foods cheese poultry eggs Coffee paper and Law enforcement employees. Local no. 369, hotel Hospital rest Aurant amp tavern employees Union. Local no. 114, amalgamated meet cutters and Butcher workmen supermarket employees local no. 824, International typographical Union Albert Lea evening Tribune local no. 949, International brotherhood of electrical workers of America i interstate a Freaborn Mower rec local no. 1018, state county and municipal employees City of Albert Lea police Maint. Employees and school District 241 custodians local no. 1041, International Assn. Of fire fighters local no. 567, Albert Lea musicians local no. 1309, Minn. State Highway employees local no. 3539, United steelworkers of America Queen Emps protective Union. Local no. 718, National Assn. Of letter carriers. Local no. 3842, United steelworkers local no. 722, National Assn. Of postal of America National cooperatives clerks Emps local no. 6803, United steelworkers of America enderes Continental non ferrous foundry Emps local no. 7213 communication workers of America Bell Telephone local no. 1341 Albert Lea federation of teachers school District 241 Albert Lea Blue Earth building trades Council local no. 9, United Assn. Of journeymen and apprentices of the plumbing and pipe fitting Industry of the . And Canada local no. 21, bricklayers masons and plasterers International Union local no. 49 operating engineers local no. 68, general construction labourers Wells pre stress 4 Elmore Concrete products amp employees local no. 311, roofers and Damp roofers local no. 512, International Assn. Of Bridge structural and ornamental Iron workers local no. 766, United brotherhood of carpenters and joiners of America outside carpenters sweater and ringmaster inc. Emps local no. 949, International brotherhood of electrical workers of America inside firemen local no. 1422, United brotherhood of carpenters and joiners of America Weyerhaeuser Emps local no. 681 United brotherhood of painters

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