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Burlington Hawk Eye Gazette (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Burlington, Iowa Invasion Only girls dream Burlington la., Hawk Eye Gazette mon., june s. 1944 modern Milestone in Rome a ancient history ish played the a pier i up a York up a a Young Brit a Rirl teletype operator pm i h in the London Bureau of Oci ated press punched out drip of practice tape saturday and within a matter of mos was responsible for trans on throughout the United state Quot and latin America of an a onerous announcement that the Slies had landed in France. Through almost incredible Cir Ruri Tances. The error slipped j through the most elaborate sys a m of safeguards and censorship Ivor established both by the Oci ated press and Allied authorities. Violations of instructions the girl. Joan Ellis had been a ii timing on a disconnected a and in violation of instructions included in her exercise this urgent message Flash Eisenhower a Headquarters announce Allied landings to 3 39 p. M., Iowa time the appeared on the i London Printer in new York was relayed immediately Lahout the United states and Itin America. Than 2 minutes later came Sage. A bust that Flash a and was sent out at once to Edi it withhold publication. At p. Another London Mes directed that the Flash be d. A and this was done. Announced on radio the 2-minute interlude of tween the erroneous Flash and the withhold order however the incorrect news had been announced Over Many radio stations in America and at some baseball works. In new Yorkus Polo grounds the crowd observed one r mute of silence after the word v Given Over the Loudspeaker system. The error was caught quickly e it ugh so that it did not appear it where in print. Tors 1 34 in the founding of Rome 800 Bce according to legend Romulus and Remus twin sons of the War god Mars founded the City when they were cast into the tiber River and rescued by a she Wolf. Actually groups of indo european Farmers settled the Hills above the tiber at about this time As a defense against the etruscan. The roman tuscan dynasty from the beginning the City a foreign policy was aggressive. Under the roman tuscan dynasty which lasted until 510 by Rome began the subjugation of neighbouring communities. An unbridled lust for Power caused the downfall of this dynasty but a splurge of Conquest was continued by the roman Republic which succeeded the Kings. Although internally split by civil wars Between upper class patricians and lower class plebeians Rome under the Republic subjugated Hannibal and his carthaginian legions and added Greece Sicily Corsica Spain France Syria. Palestine and parts of Asia to its dominions. The roman Advance was momentarily halted in 390 by when the gauls Defeated the romans in the disastrous Battle of Allia. The celtic hordes sacked the City but found the Capitol where a roman Garrison fortified itself impregnable. After a 7 months siege terms were agreed upon and the celts withdrew. The City was hastily rebuilt and Rome dismayed her enemies by the undiminished vigor of her continued Conquest. These were Days of Rome a greatest glory remembered in history for the works of Pompey Cicero and Caesar. Backstage in Loica politics by Paul r. Bumbarger Iowa daily press writer Des Moines a idea a most amusing aspect of the Republican primary was the multiple Back slapping resulting from the diff ult to predict in Advance nature of the governor and lieutenant Ture Cavern or race Quot a. Apart from the quirks of human Ivity immediately following the Rulure. That always have made c thing on a bandwagon popular de aus or me wartime t re Are those who like to be on a Elf faculty of. Sustaining Public in intimate terms with a Winner for the Renaissance roman culture was stamped out by the dark Ages until the greeks arriving in Italy As refugees from the moslem caused a Renaissance of interest in the works of the the roman Empire in 27 by the Republic whose citizens and leaders had become interested Only in the Pursuit of pleasure became an Empire with the crowning of Octavius Caesar As Khe emperor Augustus. Under the Empire population doubled towns were embellished with monuments Christ an morality. Despite and literature flourished. Britain was conquered. Roman territory extended North to Germany East to persecution enabled Rome to the euphrates River South to the Sahara desert and the Nile. Withstand invasion until the City but Lush immorality fostered by a system of tribute from subject Peoples contributed to was Iken by goths in 410 and the decline of Rome. Conquest had placed vast territories under roman Dominion and heavy tribute and Empire gave was in 476 and. Was exacted. This wealth enticed the romans away from development of their own resources and captives were used As slaves on Large estates. Thus the Structure and composition of roman society underwent a transformation and the Empire headed for decay. The Empire was weak also because of its military basis and because of the weakness of the ties which bound the Empire to Rome. The ineptness of its rulers too contributed to its d Winfall. With the Advent of christianity a reinvigorating breath of morality spread through the St it the. After Christian persecutions by Nero Domitian Marcus Aurelius and Diocletian. Emperor Constantine made christianity the state religion. The Empire split in 2, with Rome As capital of the Western half. The monarchists in the Mussolini Benito Mussolini focused world attention on Rome old masters. Intellectual curiosity and Art flourished in the 15th and 16th centuries and Rome be 19th Century tyranny flourished when he marched on the City in 1922, heading his Black shirt be came the cultural Center of the world famed for her historic masterpieces of painting and architect in Italy until King Victor pm a Gions. Dreaming of himself As a Caesar he embroiled Italy in Manuel entered Rome. Terest in politics for a week or 2, not to mention Over the Long pull of the months separating the present from the nov. 7 general election. What they watch when the primary returns Are in students of politics will try to professional reasons. The boys had to cover considerable territory. Making certain the winners were included in their glad handing. A no wounds unless an unexpected 11th-hour upheaval shakes the Earth there will be no necessity for any wound Healing lag in political a a step Campaign publicity offered Lundy and significance of Bur As a qualification for the governorship the importance of the women a vote in wartime who gets it and Why the strength of a party organization under War conditions effect of a publicity play favourable to Blue and Hugh w. Lundy candidate for Republican nomination for lieutenant governor in the motor truck news published by the Iowa motor truck association effect of labor endorsements Given Henry maps endorsement of gov. Tom Dewey of new York for president. Analyse the effectiveness of Lieut. W. Burma candidate for Republic gov. Robert d. Blues a step by can nomination for governor and sinary training school of Minneapolis Minn. Or. G. G. Hunt will attend Bowles Mission Iowa visit of big soft voiced Chester Bowles National opa Day in Des Moines and prof. R. World War ii As a partner in the Berlin Rome Tokyo Axis. Liberation a now. Wresting the eternal City once More from the Yoke of tyranny Allied soldiers March into Rome. Of Wapello Russell of Oak Ridge two Brothers and a sister Are Fraser in charge. Burial will be ore., one child died in infancy. Dead. Wapello cemetery. Surviving also Are a brother j funeral services will be held a production of 100 octane Gaso methodist conference next Sun Nathan and a sister. Mrs. Charles dudgeon funeral Home tuesday lire i exper de to double by the p Ostrum both of Marenisco. Mich. With Rev. John end of 1945. Meet your he a in business for your health he a your doctors Able assistant a whose specialized skills Are always on the Job. Day or night he a ready to serve the sick to help ease pain and save lives. By letting National Cash registers attend automatically to his business transactions a he is Able to give More people better service. Nationals save valuable minutes a eliminate the errors of hand written Quot head added totals. Mechanically they sum up and print your itemized receipt and his record of the transactions in one Quick accurate operation. Other information a profits and losses a taxes and government reports is also provided by his nationals. Just As your doctor Quot checks up your health nationals permit the Busy druggist to Quot Check up his business to keep it accurate up to Date a to serve you better in every department. Administrator probably accomplished its purpose of fostering a better feeling on the part of state Farmers toward the Federal Agency. A practical businessman in the advertising Field Bowles is no dreamy eyed visionary. A a planned prose his schedule was crowded and his time in Iowa Short which May explain absence of any considerable Bowles expounding on a for publication question and answer basis. There was some feeling among the press that Bowles stuck to planned prose when speaking for publication because of a fear of stubbing his toe on ticklish regional farm problems. It is difficult for an administrator of a National program to have an intimate detailed knowledge of conditions in a single area. Anyway a press conference was t squeezed in. Can to Rush him concern was expressed by Des Moines District office opa personnel about getting Bowles from the capital to Ames on time. A you know we can to go any faster than 35 Miles an hour with Bowles of All people a a staff member quipped. A a Buck passers District opa administrator Walter d. Kline jarred a laugh from Iowa opa personnel gathered to hear Bowles when he reminded his audience that it presented quite an array of a Buck passers a extending from local Board members to the National administrator. A a a bits both Lieut. Gov. Robert d. Blue and speaker Henry w. Burma candidates for Republican nomination for governor say they have no aspirations to run for the United states Senate. Gov. John Bricker of Ohio reports that he has added some iowans to National convention delegates pledged to him. It remains to be seen whether this will retard an expected Rush to climb on the Dewey bandwagon. Bricker is waging an Active Campaign with Barr Keshlear of Shenandoah former state Commerce commissioner in charge. Wherever records Are kept or Money is hand Tod a there is need for a National. Irv fit Tea nation by saving Timat. This is one of the Many mechanized systems built by National to Speed record keeping protect Money and save vital Man hours for business Industry government and the Public. Used National Cash registers Are available. National accounting bookkeeping machines can be obtained through priorities. A Tumal Cash aeqi3teas a Accuu Tinq Bookst Cpin machines Telephone 360. 307 South main St. Our factory at Dayton Ohio proudly flies the army nary Quot i Quot with four stars it it it it for Quot unceasing Erceil ence Quot in the production of precision instruments end other War material. The National Cash Register company ministerial student fills Baptist pulpit Mary e. Shipp Corr. Special to the a Xvi Eit Gazette. It. Pleasant la. A Kenneth Mehlan ministerial student at Iowa Wesleyan College and whose Home is in Burlington filled the pulpit at first Baptist Church sunday morning and evening. Vacation Bible school with mrs. G. G. Hunt superintendent at first methodist Church now am a ajl 79 has 80 pupils enrolled. The Fol Vulej i lowing teachers Are assisting intermediate mrs. Lyle Shella Barger mrs. Floyd Goodell mrs. Charles Jennings mrs. Wilson Irvin mrs. Melvin k. Ellis will be the speaker. Next sunday is children a Day and the children of the Cradle Roll beginners primary and Junior departments of Baptist Church will present a program at the sunday school hour. Rev. John Selander missionary from Assam will also talk to the Chil i Dren. Alice Neff left sunday for Chicago where she will be employed during the summer by the Bendix aviation corporation. This is her second summer working there. Mrs. Leila Nelson and Juanita of Chicago returned to their Home recently after visiting her Mother. Mrs. B. J. Neff and Sisters Alice and Hazel. After pleading guilty to a reckless driving charge Bernard Jacobsmeier of Hillsboro was fined $25 in g. A. Hallowells Justice of the peace court. Mrs. Caris. Who has been visiting her daughter and son in Law. Or. And mrs. A. L. Spooner in san Antonio. Tex., will return Home sunday right accompanied by her daughter and son. Jack who will spend the summer with relatives. Kiwanis club will hold its regular meeting and dinner at Hershey Hall monday at 6 15 p. As1 this is ladies night wives and lady friends of the members will be present. A a w. E. Caris is on 15-Day leave with his parents or. And mrs. Merle Caris. He is stationed at Corpus Christi Tex. Mrs. Blanche Lening president of Belle Coddington tent for Duvos left saturday morning for it. Dodge to attend the Gar convention being held june 4 to 9. Mrs. Rose Jensen of Des Moines member of the local group will also attend As a Delegate. E. R. Hodson of Washington. C., arrived Friday to spend his vacation with his sister Lulu Hodson on e. Washington and other relatives and friends in this and the Salem communities. He will be in Ames june 9 and 10 where he will attend his class reunion june 10. Leo Jeambey wed a wedding of interest to it. Pleasant friends was solemnized at rapid City s. D., sunday when Cpl. Leo Jeambey and Evelyn White were married. Rev. E. L. Jeambey was the officiating Pas a tor. Mrs. Muriel Farnam of Bountiful Utah arrived Friday to spend a month with her Mother mrs. Charles Gentile. Her Mother will then accompany her Home for an extended stay. Volunteer class of first Baptist Church will meet for a covered dish luncheon thursday at 1 p. With mrs. Blanche Walker 510 e. Monroe Street. And of women s children s Wear clearance of pure leathers and fabrics were $1.98now $1.47 were $2.98now $2.27 were $3.98now $2.87 were $5.00now $3.77 were $7.50now $5.67 Short sleeved sweaters $1.57 $2.37 s2.57 pullovers and cardigans were $1.98now cardigans were $2.98now pullovers were $2.98now slips White crepe�?32 to 44�? co ctr were $2.98now 9e9# sweaters cardigans a Long $2.77 slightly soiled sleeved were $3.98 slips knit crepe Satin White and Tea Rose. Sixes 32 to 44. $1.69 $1.29 $1.98 aprons White Pinafore apron were $1.49 now 98c aprons to be embroidered a were c Wapello is dead special to the Hauk eve Gazette. Wapello Andy Odle 72, Secre Talbott tary of the Farmers Mutual i juniors mrs. William Rowe mrs. I Durance company for Many years Howard Hills kindergarten saturday night at the Home Everett Clover mrs. Robert 0f his son Ben Odle after a Ling cookes assistants beverly1 ering illness. Wright Jane Riepe Marilyn 1 born in Friendship Scioto coun Adams. Mrs. William Mcclaran to Ohio May 12, 1872, he was 13 in charge of the music. This school will close Friday and on monday june 19, one will open at first Baptist Church in charge of Doris Lemon and Natalie Reese from Kiewit Watern Bible and Mia the son of James r. And Mary Ann Hunsucker Odle. In 1894 he married Nellie Brown who is now dead. They were the parents of 5 children. Mrs. N. Yakle mrs. Harold Mcclain and Ben Odle children a dresses sizes 1 to 6 were values to Ere values a 4q 4 Sqq $2.49. Now Lei t to 9 Leo children a dresses sizes 10 to 14 were $1.19�? now a a we a a a a a. 87c children a sweaters sizes 10 to 16 were 67c were $1.69 now $1.27 were $1.98now $1.47 were $2.98 now $2.27 embroidered bibs were 39c now 22c children s bed pillows Plain White or coloured Nursery print. Were 49c�? a now i a Chenille dogs were $1.79 a a a now he knit diapers were $1.49 a a a now $1.19 1 it Doz. Diaper bags were $1.19 a a a now be easy terms on purchases of $10 or More. Sears Roebuck and co. $19 Jefferson Street

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