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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - August 14, 2015, Burlington, Iowa Partly Cloudy High 88 Low 67 details. So the Hawk ? 179th year a no. 36 Friday August 14, 2015 j. It 75$ a Back to school deals All in the timing heres How to time your Back to school buys to get toe most for your Money. By Anne d1nn0cenzi0 associated press new York the Start of the school year is just around the Comer and you Haven to shopped yet done to fret. To get the Best deals it s All in the timing. Need a sweater wait until later in the fall. Backpacks hold off until late septem Lior if you can. A i think it is knowing Ami planning ahead of time. What am i going to need in the next six months Quot said Kristin Cook managing editor of Bens bargains an online Deal site that put together a list of the worst things to buy right now for the Hack to school season of course some discounters have consistently by prices. Wal Mart stores inc., which pushes everyday Low prices has launched extra discounts for the Back to school shipping period earlier this month it launched thousands of new Price cuts including on the to most searched items online so an assortment of $12.88 backpacks Are now $7. And you should take advantage of limited free ship it ing offers. Target corp temporarily is wait my the minimum Purchase order of $25 for free shining on All items until saturday. However oversized handling fees May still apply there Are also other gimmicks . Penney which operates 800 stores nationwide is offering $10 haircuts for kids for grades kindergarten through sixth until aug. 31. You can also take advantage of tax free Back to school shopping a farm yourself with information Quot said Trad Gre Gorski vice president of marketing for research firm Market track which tracks promotions at various retailers. A lots can be found on websites Apps and circulars Quot Here Are the Best times to buy the following types of items school supplies Start shopping now for pens notebooks and other supplies. Staples brought Back its a less list Quot which offers basics like one subject notebooks for 25 cents and two pocket folders for 15 cents As Well As a 24-pack Crayola crayons for 50 cents. Wal Mart rolled Back prices pm All Throe Texas instrument calculators to $88. These graphing can gators Are for High school and above and Are normally $86 to $125. Target is testing a new Way Losi lop for supplies online called school list assist an online Hub that offers a selection of the most common supplies for grades kindergarten through eighth Grade for those stores with High spending thresholds for Hee shipping just go to the store said Benjamin k. Glaser features editor at Deal news because you just spend More trying to meet that $50 minimum clothing and accessories now is a Good time to Stock up on summer see shopping on Page 5a Cill Goble by of Buffington checks Oil i i John know pm Hawk eve ii in Hon Hiippi a Veteran s memorial tuesday Ai 4 in West Burlington by Craig t. Noses Neises the Hawke of com cart Goble was Back from Germany and Home i leave when word of the japanese surrender to end world War ii arrived in Burlington a you ought to have seen All the people Quot said Goble a 91-year-old retired construction labourer from Burlington describing the scene in downtown Burlington a there were hundreds of them. The Street was he did no to join the party but he was relieved knowing be did no to face redeployment to the i Acif theater for an invasion of Japan the son of a share Cropper bom while Abraham Lincoln still was president Goble was the youngest of five and grew 14 on farms near Dodgeville and Sperry he spent a year in High school before going to work in the Schramm and Sig Glove factory in Burlington Ara was working there still a making 50 certs an hour a when the army came calling in 1943. Goble was 19 and became the second of his parents three sons called upon to help wage War. His journey to War began at the Des Moines county a nuthouse in april 1943 with a bus trip with other draftees and recruits to Camp Dodge near Des Moines. His next older brother Cecil was drafted into the army a year earlier the oldest Floyd who lived to Ile 82. Did t qualify due to a heart condition. From Des Moines Goble was sent to Rockford. Ii when he trained As a medic learning How to apply bandages carry people in litters and to triage the wounded for priority treatment in Field hospitals squads of four medics each worked As litter carriers and the squad Leader earned the morphine what training did no to include was infantry training he shot a carbine for two weeks but rom fired the army a Standard i Rifle. A you thought it was kind of Odd to be in the army and not have a gun be said being unarmed did have a couple of advantages though. That was one More thing you did no to have to carry or didst have to clean Quot Goble said it would take time for the Caf Goblet t Mhz Dong Wutti that of a brother cad who mad Oil no Baith Flat la Europe and Tan we Kail Art itched in army to get around to sending pfc Goble overseas. Initially he was sent to Colorado from medic training and attached to the 89th infantry division which had been picked to train As a Light infantry division. After Maneu vers in Louisiana and California the a big shots decided that was t going to work. They took All the infantry and sent them overseas for replacements Quot that left the medics waiting for the division to be stocked with new recruits. Following Mon training in North Carolina the division prepared to ship out in december 1944. And arrived in Germany in january 1945. A by the time we got he said a Urf was t near As bad. You could have been killed easy enough but then Wasny tas Many germans left to fight As there w As before Quot goblets company a 314th medical battalion and its 25 squads of medics were assigned see Goble on Page 5a fort Madison Man closely watching Kerry a cuban Trilby Elizabeth Meyer Meyer the Hawkeye com when Secretary of state John Kerry raises the american Flag today Over the newly re established embassy in Havana one fest Madison Man will be paying special attention. Jose Perez lived a year under Fidel Castro a reign before packing up and moving to South America. After a Brief stay in Peru Perez moved to Iowa in the Early 1960s and taught Spanish for 23 years at fort Madison i ugh school until retiring in 1986 when Many cubans were leaving the country and moving to tin states Iowa was willing to work with immigrants and help them begin new careers. After taking a few classes in Iowa City to obtain his teaching License Perez was ready to begin a new use in America. Bom and just a in Havana Perez w As a researcher in an engineering firm that manufactured jute a a natural fiber used to make Burlap he said the . And Cuba actively traded this fiber for decades until synthetic fibres became Mon widely used and the demand for jute slowed dramatically a i lived a Good comfortable use in Havana but i did t w ant to live under the restrictions of Castro Quot he said a for decades of was impossible for people to eat what they wanted to eat. Everything was rationed and people had to Slop based off a list of food to ult was available my wife and i were sending food to relatives Back in Cuba at a urn when of was particularly bad a Perez has i Joyt a living in fort Madison and is cautiously optimistic restored relations Between the us and Cuba will unproven the fives of everyday cubans. A it s a Good thing for Cuba and the . If the Trade and travel restrictions Are lifted but Many cubans of my generation Are sceptical of what Obama is Kung to help Castro Quot Perez said. A while he is still in Power re is lavishing relations is not really Worth whip. At least one local official however feels differently sen Tom Courtney. A Buri Langton is planning to travel to Cuba at the end of september in a personally funded trip to talk with cuban officials about estate see Cuba on Page 5a Lauren Kmon Erythe Hawk Eye Ammi nth pm Al hit fort a Mbroh Boma wed Muday. 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