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Burlington Daily Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Burlington, Iowa The daily Hawk Eye Gazette. Burlington Iowa monday april 19,1937. The Klein forty eighth birthday finds Hitler at Peak of Power and ruthlessness -u03 wm111411 of blogs rat t0 bar Cis state contest 2v4 f g util i 19.�?milton Alist was rated t contest held and la eligible to a it. Dorothy a Llantin the j. I a double j s met Friday i Yuan. Renaming president and i d Secretary. Of. Clifford delete and mrs. Offered their i at the same j m car con i. Ted presbyter s largely Atli a West Delegate event. Heg Cajon was 129 it it Nar opened by 300 or red to Leo. By entertained Asb w Jtb a party a evening. A presented to a Marjorie Totta Baa sold Ber cd Stotts who in Little York. File prison que report Illinois a investigators recon mend numerous changes in penal system Ketch a a my i 1 i i i imi1 ill i a his portrait on new Reich postage Stamps symbolises the great Power which Adolf Hitler wields on his forty eighth birthday. Three initiated into Eastern Star at Blandinsville by Milton Bronner Kea sen ice staff correspondent London on april 20 Adolf Hitler celebrates his 48th birthday anniversary he will be at the apogee of his Fame and Power. The years have not softened him. Responsibilities As Leader of the German nation and chief of the nazi party have not moderated his ruthlessness. Rather Assurance of his grip on Germany his firm hold on the armed forces his still effective magnetism for the masses All have armed him with a supreme Confidence in his Star and his Mission lie will Brook no rivals lie will permit no opposition. Men and forces that stand in his Way must be crushed without -et.rigrf. April 19.�?the it of the East three Cand dates i. Mrs Elgin a Fern Scott into he order n Avor of the pertained the la and Sciota Young re basement last cram was Given i master of Germany for Many years evening spent in to come. He also promises to be an i incalculable Force in european and world politics for Many years # to come. Those who hoped for a revolt and yet bad no love for the monarchy which had disappeared. Hitler joined this party injected anti semitism into it As one of its main punks and by and by became Boas Lnu a Quot to Stetor Tite cd Chicago 111., april 19.�? . A reverberations of use prison slaying of Richard Loeb a year and a half ago echoed in Illinois today in a report to gov. Henry Horner of a special prison inquiry recommending Broad changes in the state s $18,000,000 penal system. Investigators appointed by the governor said they found after 15 months of study heavily overcrowded prisons Little if any segregation of criminal types insanitary cells and lax enforcement of restrictions at the state prison farm. Girls from the surrounding neighbourhood Are permitted to attend dances at Vandalia farm they said. And to Danes with trustees. One prison the old Joliet institution. Should be abandoned they said. A committee of eight headed by Bishop Joseph h. Schlarman of Peoria was named to investigate prisons shortly after Loeb son of wealthy Chicago parents was slashed fatally in a fight with James Day. Another inmate at Stateville prison. At that time it was charged that wealthy prisoners had virtually free run of prison grounds and were favored Over those who did not have Money. The committee report praised superintendent of prisons Joseph a Gen but said he should not serve a of the tiny organization. Also he rechristened it with a pompous and High sounding name which indicated it was both nationalist and socialist and which was quickly abbreviated into a nazi Quot a the name which was to become famous. A a e partly grew slowly. The nazi party at first did not shoot up like a Sunflower. In fact its growth was very slow until Hitler combining with Hermann goer in. Who had joined the party and strut for of a a Forte. Type prison general Erie Ludendorff who had abandoned and those of medium the Republic tined the abortive a be Erer cd a a it Iso Wom. In Ach of 1923. It oozed As if a1 pm hat prison Ndu Strieg be it. Pity and without misgiving. Imus a Aaan pfc he bids fair to he the undisputed a tier 8ot but it f the was the mild handed. Along with revision of ii _ cont non of Firo Moora Eon Tinamoni n it who was in a ago a an Auto St turned to the ii to undergo an family Are a Era a and movie or. West is Hul Cetani paint Woodwork Marble porcelain aluminium a a Ann Ivery thing to Tull in Tim Home sentence of five years confinement in a fortress the Republic being gentler in its punishments than the nazis afterwards proved themselves to be. Quickly released after one of the frequent amnesties then so com Gamst him among germans realize a on in Germany Hitler a und that factors having to do with punish his party was growing thanks to. A a ,., Mentz this to include probation in the advertisement it had received. A a ii Carce ration parole and after care. From that time the nazis in-1 traries. Recreation and vocational systems. It suggested that some inmates might be employed on Road projects. A there should be consolidation into one administration unit of All it was a vain illusion. Those who hate him and hoped the polyps in his Throat would cause him to fade from Public life bae seen that desire smashed by the healthy Boom of his heavy voice As he talks to his assembled thousands. Hitler at 48, is very much on top. His Power is growing instead of lessening. Misfit in youth the chances Are very Strong that when he was born in the simple Home of a minor austrian customs dizzying strokes which demonstrated official neither of his parents saw any Good fairies around bringing a multitude of gifts for the child they a reared in Power hat with a Strong . Board should representation in the. Reich Stag the he known a a the organization of a Large private army n is Road of prison administration. The famous Brown shirt outfit the Date authorial oter of a pm a a and the entire prison system superseding the budding up of nazi unit. In a her Lucie and being respond Ery part of the Reich. The Elm that the employment discharge my Point came on january 30. 1933. Disc a in. Of employees who Are a a Quot it i to be appointed under a proper civil service authority. Investigators recommended a five Man Board with members to serve 15 years at a salary Large enough to draw a career men. Hitler Chancellor of the Reich. There followed a succession of Hitler s daring will to Power. He made the Constitution of the country a scrap of paper. He converted the 1 named Adolf. And the chances air re a Ich Stag into a simple Assembly of ia5ilv. Qui c k l v Tco Momic ally Quot a o equally great that for Many years Adolf himself did not believe that any Miracle was going to be vouchsafed him. A common school education was followed by a Short attempt to fit himself for the career of an Archi i text. Then a Little space when he hoped to he a water Cut for artist j but even a Hitler must eat and the i Young Man eked out an existence As a House Painter. His wander years and his Nelina yes men. He abolished free speech free press and free Assembly. He squelched All political parties except his own. He smashed the trades unions. He made of the jews a set of outcasts. He made War upon organized christianity. A a a Power is world rocking. Tons brought him from Austria to powerful air Force and a potent Navy. Bavaria. So it was that when the he marched German troops into the be Ream it i i sch 2 a he put 0 Jap comm a Day keep. Aii Tbs Doc tor a wit j to it a i like Home % quart of Maple nut be Cream Hiim three at your ise ice Wilton sanitary milk co. . Is held at Newbold Home near Hillsboro special to the Hauk eve Gazette Hillsboro la., april 19.�?the local w. C. T. U. Institute met with mrs. Hitler next proceeded to alarm All o,8 .5� Sharep of the Europe by a series of defiant deeds. A so a r during which he Tore the treaty of Versailles into institution program during which a a a. A. -3jsj5tei.v2 set welfare and social morality mrs. Rex Carter of Christian citizenship mrs John Sprott of Christian Edu look Germany oui 01 me league i of nations. He denounced soviet cation Mirs Bruce Miller of med i is a Arm of Atraz Iva Heffter contests and mrs. Robert Graves of instruction. Demilitarized Rhineland Region. He took Germany out of the league ride on the basis of the Wagner act for numerous problems remain in the labor Field and Only actual experience it is held will demonstrate just what new legislation might be needed. One obvious fact is that Bas followed the action of Secretary there still will be strikes if employ of labor Frances Perkins in calling having old eyed the Law by bar ruling pleases the new dealers continued from Page one a conference of Industrial and labor leaders for the purpose of stabilizing Industrial relations under collective bargaining. The Norb recalling How Stren gaining collectively Are unable to reach agreements with their pm i ploys. The Norb s toughest problem i probably will be found in disputes Sously miss Perkins sought to get j Between the a f. Of l and the c. Tho Board under her Wing when it was created and suspecting she still Hopes to get it there whenever the president s reorganization program goes through is rather bitter about it. The Board believes that it is at i. O. The a. F. Of l. Has been de manding the right to bargain for a Craft unions. And the Board must loping Tea thursday afternoon and decide in Many instances whether mrs. Grank Clark entertained Fri Rosie Active bargaining representation Day evening. These Teaa Are upon and Elemon arrangements shall bored by the ladies Aid in Cirr least an attempt to aggrandize the j decided by crafts or by entire Plant of the methodist Church. Labor department and advertise its personnel. In under the Wagner act it mrs. Virginia Tucker of Brighton conciliation senses. I Bor leaders j can use its discretion which gives spent last week with her Mother privately stress their ignorance As Toj it Power to be a great help either j mrs Ida Neff to the Lewis or the Green group in specific cases. A a a coaids Plant agents. Inspired reports that the admin incorporation of phone 268 a a i a a a a a a House a muck it Transfer or what the conference might be expected to accomplish. A a a a let let it me. Industrialists naturally would emphasize their claims that the wag j is ration favors Ner act is entirely one sided and de j unions so that Mand legislative guarantees of sane j greater Legal liability May be entirety of contracts with labor unions in discounted for the present. Key Aud against a illegal stoppage of officials Are inclined to agree with the administration is not labor leaders that it would be unsympathetic to such proposals j simple for unfair employers to hut has no intention of supporting j Plant agents in incorporated unions such far reaching programs As for and have them commit acts for or. And or. Sam Bergh and or. And mrs. Warren Bergh attended a dinner and meeting of the association of plumbers at Braselton hotel in my pleasant last week. Forest Rich underwent an Appen they nay incur i operation at the memorial Hospital in my pleasant thursday. Ner act would be to write in provisions guaranteeing the right of pm i plovers to organize and bargain collectively and to he free from any 1 interference of those rights by pm. A i loves. Practically of course such i i amp. Con wlm pry a rib try la of or whirl Tbs Baton could j. Fin j provi5ionil Wou do it Mats Sens. Copyright 1937. Nea Servic inc compulsory incorporation of Trade Ancill responsible. There is no Union. It la virtually certain that compulsion on employers to incur the re will he no amendment to the j pirate. And the essential functions a weight of 250 pounds is consid Wagner act. Such As Are proposed of a profit making corporation and ered the most desirable weight for to Quot balance it for the Sake of Era ploy Era. This year. Present administration attitude is a lets let it change in cast of Augusta play tuesday listed special to the Hauk Eye Gazette Augusta la., april 19.�?a change has been made in the cast of Quot the meddlesome maid Quot to be Given by the m. E. Young people Here tuesday evening. Milford Murphy will play Richard o Neil Plain clothes Man a part previously assigned to Jack Schroder. The m. E. Aid society met at the Hall last week guests including mrs. Otto Schroder mrs. Edna Kinzie mrs. Frank Mccannon mrs. Burl Cady mrs. Harry Man eely mrs. Myrtle Hopson miss Ruth Kelly mrs. James Brady mrs. Charlotte Helt mrs. Charles Juel and Rev. Or. Hunt Verne Lamme. Farmer of Asbury Vicinity has returned to his Home after being a patient several months at the Burlington Hospital. Or. Lamme suffered a broken Vertebra when he fell from the Hay mow in the barn. Harlie Holmes who has been a pneumonia patient at the Burlington Hospital Baa returned to his Home near Here. Members of the Oak Grove Aid society enjoyed a luncheon last week. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Murphy have named their baby boy Robert Burton. Mrs. Murphy was formerly miss Jeanette Kiersey daughter of or. And mrs. O. Kiersey. Fred Johnson of Shiloh neighbourhood who is a pneumonia patient at the Hospital at Burlington. Is improving. Mrs. Albert Beitscher entertained at her Home St Mary a altar and Rosary societies. Those who enjoyed the affair were Rev. Father Ernest Burlington mrs. Skinner Davenport la. Miss Alice Snellbecker mrs. Albert thele mrs. Hilda Blind mrs. Gene Olson and daughter Elizabeth mrs. A. B. Crabtree miss Frances Crabtree. Mrs. Albert Hunzinger miss Roee Dornhafner miss titties Dornhafner. Mrs. Edna Jaster miss Kate Percher mrs. Jane schulthies. Miss Verna schulthies. Mrs. Harry older Spach mrs. John Menke mrs. Arthur staub mrs. Mary Olson. Miss Virginia Widerspach. Miss Amelia Erbland. Miss Teresa Hunzinger and miss Louise Buck. Community club Bona aet held at Lockridge special to the Hauk Epe Coette Lockridge la., april 19.�?Lockridge Community club banquet was held at the Baptist Church honouring the to basketball boys 12 seniors. Miss Esther Keller one of the declamatory contestants and miss Etheleen Jacobs Jefferson county spelling Champion who left with her teacher mite Hidey for Dee Moines Friday to enter the state contest coach Leo Frank of Parsons College gave the main address others on the program being Iliff leu Tony Carlson. Francis Littleton and Margaret Geiger. Seventy attended. The Large barn and four tons of Hay and other Sheds were destroyed by fire on the g. J. Fillinger farm. Miles East of Lockridge last week when the barn reportedly was fired by a child accidentally dropping a Natch in Hay. Only horses and machinery were saved. The buildings were partly insured. I. To e. Masselman of Quincy will Cive lecture at Montrose special the hark eve Gazette Montrose. La. April 19.�?dr. T. E. Musselman of Quincy. Iii., will lecture at the High school in Montrose Early in May on conservation of Birds and wild life. Tesson Rebekah Lodge met thursday evening at the Odd Fellows Hall following a picnic supper. The members Are invited to Wever to the Lee county Council which will be held april 21 at the Wever Odd fellow Hall. Funeral services tor j. Frank Wharton were held in Wirt Madison april la. Or. Wharton had lived near Montrose Many years and was the proprietor of the colonial trait and vegetable Market on Highway 6l Rev. J. S. Ellis minister of the Santa be methodist episcopal Church officiated. Interment was in Oakland cemetery. The Royal neighbors society of Montrose met with mrs. John Hopp hostess St her Home inst week. There were 15.865 pilots licensed in the United states As of april i. 1937, kidneys most clean out acids the Only Way your body can clean out acids and poisonous wastes from your blood is thru 9 million tiny delicate kidney tubes or filters but beware of cheap. Drastic. Irritating Druga. Of functional kidney or bladder disorder make you suffer from getting up nights. Nervous Ness. Left pains. Backache. Circles under eyes dizziness rheumatic Patna acidity burning. Smarting or itching done to take chances. Get the doctor s guaranteed prescription called cyst a Siss Tel. Works fast Safe and sure. In 4s hours it must bring new vitality and is guaranteed to do Tho work in one week or Money Back on return of empty package. Cysts costs Only 3c a dose at druggists and the guarantee protects tis ement. Joliet prisons. Investigators said they found As Many As three men living in cells i which in most cases were designed for one. Mattresses they said. Were j full of bed bugs and at Pontiac cockroaches a two inches Long were found in the cold storage room. Sex control was poor the report 1 said. Because of crowded conditions and Little attempts to segregate a known offenders. The report recommended that con world War broke out being in Munich Hitler joined the German army and thus gained one of his greatest assets he became a front Russia in terms of excessive better line Soldier a simple Soldier who j Ness. He alarmed both England and scientific Temperance never achieved any higher rank France by his loud demand for the several members dec d. Than that of Corporal. He was colonies a stolen Quot from Germany in course in Christiani a gassed on the French front and for Der the Versailles treaty. Those present for the dinner Clud a time was in danger of losing his today the whole world listens de or. And mrs Bruce a sight. I when the hoarse voice of the one Maude Cooper or. And mrs. Mia6 the War Over he was once More time House Painter booms out. His Kasson. Or. And. Frs a. At a Loose end. He might have be every word is weighed by anxious or. And mrs >ewb<>1 come a Mere bar room orator but ministers. His every accent is an Nora Dodds or a a a j for the fortuitous meeting in one Aly cd. At 48 Adolf Hitler holds Demmel mrs Munich Saloon with a few Humble a Power for Good or evil which John Sprott. Mrs. Mar y ,. Fellows who were trying to form a May prove a turning Point in the j Earl Clawson. Mrs. Proves new political party which hated the history of White Christian civilize i ors Anderson. Newly organized German Republic 1 lion. And or. And mra. Otis Newbold. Mrs. H. H. Eyre mrs. Nora Dodds. Miss Flora Anderson mrs. D. M. Cowell and mrs. John Sprott attended the Henry county w. C. T. U. J Institute in it. Pleasant. Mrs. Eyre is president of the organization. Mrs. Addie Standley is visiting relatives in Kewanee 111. Galloping teas Are held at two Homes in Wayland i special to the Bau k Eye Gazette. Wayland la. April 19.�?mrs. M. Sinclair entertained at a Gal j stored Awny is basements ire Many thousands of Del Lam Worth of paint bought at Low we i times i Why hold them for Hora profit we Thilak Bird u the head is Worth two la the Bash. Paint prices higher a a baloney i look at these a a let a put some new color on the Walls a its easy to Wash off the stains and spots when the Wall is finished with Elliotts Interior gloss you can escape the Drudgery of housecleaning and your Walls stay Beautiful for years when you use this wonder finish for Walls or Woodwork. The Best of All modern scientific knowledge has been applied to this great Wall finish with the result that it has remarkable brushing qualities almost unbelievable covering Power a Beautiful Lustre and above All a durability that has never be bore been equalled. Wash it again and again. The soiled spots disappear but the Beauty remains unmarred year after year. The Beauty and durability of Interior gloss is Only rivalled by the ease of application. It has the easy brushing Quality of a paint and the finish of an enamel. At the regular Price Interior gloss is an excellent buy because it a goes so much at the reduced Price offered Here it is our greatest value of the year. Gallons $2.75, with Coupon $2.45 halves $1.50, with Coupon $1.30 quarts 85c, with Coupon .70 Only one can to adult. Pratt amp lamberts 61 floor varnish. Gallons .3.36 halves $1.85 quarts. Elliotts Tri spar our finest All purpose varnish for floors furniture boats autos Etc. Gallons .$3.95 halves .10 quarts $1.25 pints. 6j>c Al tone Wall finish a Beautiful satiny rubbed effect Wall finish. Ideal for living rooms bedrooms libraries Etc. Easy to apply exceptionally durable. Made in White and ten Beautiful Paat Tel shades. Gallons $2.85 halves $1.55 quarts. 85c Elliott a Best Quick drying floor enamel Gallons. �?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?�.$3.00 halves ,�#�?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?��?�.$160 quarts a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a �0c Vit-rex�?4-hour enamel and All around finish for furniture Woodwork and the numerous Small articles found in every Home. Durable for inside and outside use. Quarts. .90c pints. 05c half pints. 35c Johnson a floor Wax i la. Paste05c Johnson a furniture polish pint bottle. 00c ntee�?-35c can Johnson a Auto Wax with each pint of Johnson is Auto cleaner�?59c. Olo-coat�?15-Day special i screen enamel it pays to use real screen enamel an enamel that gives a lasting Protection to the screen were and at the same time provides a handsome floss finish on the frames. Here is your Opportunity to buy a High Quality screen enamel at the same exceptionally Low Price we have sold it at for the past three years. Quarts. 05c to. Coupon Worth 30c a Sikuk Kamb. Present this con Yon sad receive in allow by Anet of 30c on in Purchase of i gallon or Morel 20c on half gallon Lee on quart. Limits Ona can to Amati. April 20th to May 1st add Kim 317 North third Street we deliver free a Trade Union Are entirely different hogs at Market selected Light hogs i some officials even insist that the weighing from 153 to 195 hounds Are in Only fair Way to a balance Quot the wag considered Bacon hogs

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