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HITLER GETS SCANT CHEER FOR BETTER DAYS PROMISE HAMELN, Germany, Sept. 30. (JP) Adolf Hitler was accorded comparatively scant applause Sunday by 700,000 farmer folk. gathered for the national harvest thanks festival on storied Bueckeberg hill, for his assurances that better days are coming. Der fuehrer exhorted his hearers to put forth greater and greater ef forts in the fatherland's financial struggle, and laid down renewed claims that the nazls had helped the farmer's lot immeasurably. Because of a single will and through a single power we are gath ered here." Hitler proclaimed in au increasingly hoarse and rasping voice to farmers and their families mingling with reichswehr men and storm troopers on the sun-bathed Wescr hills. "Before January 30 last year could not hold our h.mds together in peace to make life quiet and successful. A single cry of despair cmie from the whole relch. A third of aU Germans were Jobless. Outsiders predicted the nnzls could not last ' than two or three months, tven today certain people say the nai-la are fighting for their lives. "Yes. we have taken over a bankrupt business which others had destroyed in IS yeaf. I ak you. did you (Contiuued on Page 2. Column 8

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  1. The Billings Gazette,
  2. 01 Oct 1934, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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