Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 272, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 8, 1944 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BRECKEhfHIDGE AM Eli/CAN, HRECKENfllDCia, TEXAS
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h.-> 1(U,| twelve yards. This kick
by Jflntn.-y was goo<j| apd (he
scoiv 'stood 13 to G ut the half.
HftH'kciu'idfio came back tack-
ling hard and appearing u real
threat. (|n this quarter they scored
and fans, brethless for a tie, wat-
. chad the Buckaroo kick go wide.
John T. Ford sent ir, for the play,
rami half way down the- field
from the play on the 47 to grab
Payp's pass, pass up one tackier
anil ?oui run anotljcr in a race n>
Rilil in the northwest corner if
A fumbliMf two, once and ex
Vt-lliun a, .M'uit; ivvitt- ijuIlKI> Hi
the last quarter of the gam;>, their
next touchdown starting fans inch-
ing toward the gate, realizing the
Buckaroos had 'been outplayed for
the evening. Vernon recovered a
fumbla on the 29. A scries of pas-
ses, one of which was intendei, rH|
for a Lion Iri the clear across (hi? Ifyiehiners, trying to beat the gas
goal line, was knocked out of hi- :,nd oil shortage, ace keeping their
hands by as he was foi-v t '"irs running on such substitutes
into the; iiackfiekl slirulitiet>
Keep Going On
In here is
> pulled out
th a ihitky
itly in the
(to ten mil-
|n sui'<l for
|timp . He
' tho "fivc-
[htul a trim
: y." The
j «lly pretty
I' to her ex-
[ From her
kin take a
in a hack I
t the Fane
[and I re
«init a do-
K'd those last few moments
groans from ib-> I'fnns.'/rhr
was on the six-vard ' line v.
Ashley w\*nf off
M* 5- •ft^Sg'SSS)
«0:'.l«.aw^, and pass InierecpiioiffcJ and'' '
the ball ftn Ut"
as oil fn.ru alligator's tajjw| and
rum mixtures, an article in For-
! Bret k"ni "lt,o 41. Breckenridge got
hack the bull on their tl, but
furii t- trij AMhlcy ntqCvMag'Vftl
i to fchrtyA hall over, and flg
iffiiif: MM iipy I hereafter wtih
I tl* jjg
~ CQMMAm IS REOtJcro TO PR'SOM ENCLOSURES
eigu Coimnwrce Weekly, Coin-
metcc Department publication,
Total war has acquainted mo-
tors with strange fuels and lubriV
cants, and even before the war
oil-poor countries had developed
many synthetic oil products, ac-
cording to Dorothy Knibb, author
Allgialros are plentiful In Bra-
zililpyclwhen. no better substitute
is available, motors are kept hum-
ming with alffeator tail oil. which
is even reported 'to have run a
Diesel ongroe Ifflpl^uL 1
fully and Mretehes slim pas sup-
plies. the 1 tSfml IS 1
Probably the iswst widely knot* r
substitute OiJ, Miss Knibh said, i '•
benzol, distilled fron\ roril 1nr. Tn-
of beiv/ol (.«■ carefully restricted .it
. 131 j
•'( arreius," u mixture ut gusolmu
and distillate frtMrt twigs, straw,
leaves, or other products, she said,
Also widely usm . from Sweden
to Spain arid from;India"itp Bj-azii
are "gasogenes." 'stoves-like devices
attached to automobiles or trae-
tros and fed by wood or charcpal.
At least 00 per cent of all the veld
\cles ni Sweden are operating on
Anhydrous alehol, a wroduct of
grain, sugar, beets or other earho-
hydratcs, also i#|receiving world-
wide attention as a substitute mo-
tor fuel, and may he used by itself
or mixed with petroleum. Miss
Scandinavian countries havo
been using methane v gas mdae
from town sewage while Spain re
ports successful use of a new fuel.
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port ... Lt. Bill Pitzer stations*
ut Abilene for a while... Lt. Rec
Kile reported wounded in shoul-
der, bullet also clippedchin
Men ni uniform seen at ball game
—John Hogan with the team; Lt
Jo? Jfazol, Wesley Cox, Garland
Coody shaking hands with many
§; .Mrs. Quincey Corbet back from
visit, to Quincey Jr. in California
... and fair norther needed.
MWKnln^MHr ~ ** 'liSBi i
p The hollyhock is a native of In-
dia and the south of Europe, but
now o.i3||common ih gardens
109 lbs. of wast#
per will mnko
nils (or Salt v
lb. bombs. Start '
Helpful shopping Jnlormation in
PAD SAID-IT WOULD BE LIKE
• W "1.11, ■ V
SSL^m-Jsbmvfin^J^wT6" ,Caf,!ff Arn1iPS in Frn"ce «"tU Allied forces took them
Allfed prison cenim 1 ,-n it can<3l,lii taben as the generals commence, sitting out the war in
CYn Von KdbeM ifen *>',> 1 they aro General Schaffer, field commandant of Marseille- Mat
oi ilsSill tS ffA0f Be^ncon, France, and MaJ. Oen. Boie, sccond comm ndS
>19 ... a United State, Army Signal Corp, radiophoto. (lntcrnnthn,! Sockets)
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THEY HAVE TO LA8T.—
AS THESE MEN plow through the mud of their bivouac area some-
where in France, they are reminded of the stories their fathers told
of the last war. Mud, mud and more mud. But the mud didn't stop
them getting to the chow line—their objectivo when the above photo
}yas taken. This is an Army Signal Corps photo. (Inteffiational)
THIS IS HOW THE VAUNTED NAZI SIEGFRIED LINE looks from the air. The row of concrete fortifications,
zixagged aa shown, has been cracked by Allied troops in several placeo. American infantry and
armor drove through the Line above Aachen In a movement outflanking that ruined stronghold. Note
the road across tho Line in this official United States Signal Corps photograph. (late/nationalJ
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Winthrop Ityle and quality mean
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and weeks of faithful service.
TAKE CARE OF THEM..
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i: SING A SONG
TO UT US t>3 _
% THE PAINTING C
IN THE ROOMS
THAT WE HAVE RENTED
ft jOs t.
OF COURSE, WE'RE USING
' Many renters are living In colot''
gay rooms tH*t they tnemselves
► have pointed. Your landlord wiU
[ "undoubtedly be glad to furnish
I Coroc Wall Finish if you will
NEW GERMAN MULTI-PURPOSE PLANE, shown during a reconnaissance flight, is labeled by the Nads as
a super plane. It is caUgd the. MBMtlQ. Photo miJBlM
CHINESE LABORERS, working under U. S. Army 14th Air Force super-
"■lion, dig holes in. the runway of the Kwellin airfield In southeast1
tlna to plant bombs for the alrbase's destruction to prevent its use'
■ the Japanese. The U. S. forces evacuated the important alrbaso
"austt of Iho. advapcing;.Japanese drive, _ Clateta&tionnD,
Give to the RED CROSS!
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Sun In Their Eyes '.. .. .' .... . Monte Barrett
The Razors Edge W. Somerset Maughm
History of Rome Honks -.4,Joseph Stanley Pennell
Cluney Brdwn ... . . ^v> • vv-^v-kv -•... Margaret Sharp
Pastoral .....: I Nevile Shutc
Flame Prom The Rock rV ,..
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1 Sumner Welles
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...... Katherine Drinker Bowen
....... ..... Stanley Walker
. s.......... Sgt. Don Robinson
Illustrated by Sgt. Bill Mauldin
.... Fred S.
Your Daddy Did Not Die
The Time For Decision ..
I Never Left Home
Combat Correspondent ..
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News Of, Tlie 45th .......
Letters Of Alexander Walt
The Amazing BobTDavis
Ted Malones Scrap Book . vi . i.
Th.e Gay Illiterate ...:........
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 272, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 8, 1944, newspaper, October 8, 1944; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth132223/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.