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'''April 13,1935
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\4* COMMUNISTS INTRODUCE
LOCAL 574
(Continued from page 4)
establish a general headquarters
in a downtown building and take
possession of public streets and
highways!
The governor, with a fine show
of bravado and oratory, ordered
Minneapolis fastness men to re
port at military headquarters and
stand in line like criminals while
a military permit was being is
■ Vfted them —for.what purpose?
m Co transact their own business!
Txbey stood in line for hours—
the most pitiful spectacle I ever
-hope to witness. Instead of clos
ing the doors of their business
places and demanding of the gov
ernor that he protect them from
communist rioters, they gulped
down therr pride and begged for
their little permit—frightened be
cause a few red-necked agitators
bellowed defiance at law and or-
BARNSDALL QUANTITY DISCOUNT AGREEMENT
Lubricating Oils
THIS AGREEMENT, Made by and between the State of
Minnesota' (Commission of Administration and Finance), St.
' Fanl, Minnesota, as BUYER, and the Minnesota Oil and Re
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Hallman as SELLER.
' Wkneaseth:
The Seller agrees tb sell and the Buyer agrees to pur
chase from the Seller for the period of one year from Novem
*- ber 10th, 1938, at the prices designated on attached sheet,
4Uch Be Square Motor Oils/Mona Motor Oils or Mona Penn
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. due, either Wholly or in part, to fires, strikes, differences
With workmen, transportation difficulties, or any cause be
yond its control; and the Buyer shall not be held responsible
for failure to take delivery if Occasioned by inability to con
duct its business for similiar reasons.
Seller guarantees the commodities delivered hereunder
to be uniform in quality and np to its standard
Any claim whatsoever against the Seller in respect of
- any delivery hereunder shall be filed in writing with the
Seller at Division Headquarters Office within ten (10) days
after such delivery;- and failure to so file such claim shall
oonstitate a waiver thereof.
' This agreement not be binding upon the Seller un
til approved and signed in its behalf at the foot hereby by
it* Division Manager, President or Vice-President and no
eale delivery prior to such approval shall bind the Seller
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execute any consent or Waiver with respect thereto.
MINNESOTA OIL A REFINING COMPANY,
Witnesses: 1 By A. P. McGlyun, President.
Ruby A. Larsen STATE OF MINNESOTA—
~ - v — • Administration and Finance,
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Will be supplied.
)ifah of the above prices quoted f® r the different brands
of oil is the same for all grades SAE No. 10 to SAE No. 70.
Prices quoted F. O. B. St. Paul or Minneapolis.
No extra charge for drums.
All payments under this agreement shall be made at
Headquarters of the Seller at Minneapolis, Minnesota.
TERMS: SO days Net or 2% for Cash within 10 days
from date of invoice.
i-
der. 1 trust they learned their
lesson last summer. But I fear
they didn’t.
Military headquarters were
established about two blocks
from the strikers (!) headquar
ters. Communist spies circulated
freely among militia troops. They
scattered seditions literature —but
the governor didn’t move to check
this grave violation of law.
Strike leaders, known commu
nists, conducted their campaign
against law and order from their
headquarters within stone's throw
of military headquarters!
Finally the absurdity of the
situation dawned upon the keen
mind of “our” governor. He
ordered the militia to “raid” the
strike headquarters and with as
much racket and pomp as the
German army displayed in its
march against Verdun, the Na
tional Guard “deployed” and fi
nally “captured ” the communist
stronghold without the loss of a
'THE SATURDAY PRESS
single drop of sweat, though I
understand one militiaman stum
bled and fell and either the stum
ble or fall loosened his tin bon
net which clattered like a milk
can when it hit the pavement.
Otherwise there were no casual
ties and no more goose pimples.
The militia report as to sani
tary conditions inside that strike
headquarters is a bit of excellent
material the governor neglected
to use during the campaign last
fall. A member of the guard told
me that the stench in that rookery
was enough to gag a buzzard.
Two virulent cases of diphtheria
and one non-com medic —who was
later convicted of violating a
medical code —were found. Sev
eral cars used by “peaceful pick
ets” in their raids over the city,
were confiscated by the militia
and almost immediately released.
Several known communists were
arrested, hauled to the State Fair
grounds where they were fed,
sheltered and cared for at the ex
pense of the taxpayers —until the
governor could find time to order
them freed, which was soon after
their arrest.
When the strikers were denied
the use of their Eighth street
GHQ they merely moved to thd
north side of the loop and estab
lished a new GHQ, which “they
continued to hold against over
whelming odds” during the entire
period of the “military invasion.”
And now the communists want
the to reimburse them
for damages \ done by the mili
tary’s negligence?
The brazen effrontery of that
gang of revolutionists is mar
velous to behold. Had they been
accorded their just dues, the dam
rascals would have been sent to
the penitentiary or kicked into
the river with an anvil necklace.
No other city of like size in the
United States would tolerate the
damage, insults, murders and
abuse that Minneapolis tolerated
all last summer. San Francisco
put up with the lousy gang until
patience ceased to be a virtue and
then its citizens took matters in
their own hands and vigilantied
the insects out.
The communist strike in Frisco
cost the taxpayers of that city
millions of dollars. Fortunately
California had a governor who
refused to use the military forces
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of the state to fqrce business
men to stand in line and beg for
permits to operate their own vehi
cles and their oum business.
There were no claims for dam
ages and bills introduced in the
California legislature by commu
nist leaders of that “strike. ’’ And
there would not be in this state if
“our” governor were less proud
to be a radical and more solici
tous of the taxpayers and non
taxpaying citizenry whom he pro
fesses to adore —along about
election time.
I don’t believe it’s necessary to
tell members of House and Sen
ate to ignore this bill introduced
by the two gentlemen mentioned.
But I do suggest when their desks
are littered with copies of this bill,
they order the air draft machin
ery at full speed ahead. Those
j copies are as rotten as the com
munist doctrine back of them.
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