Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 222, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 27, 1944 Page: 2 of 6
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Scientist Says Nazis
WITH THE AMERICAN 1ST
ARMY IN GERMANY (UP) —
A captured- Bulgarian scientist
warns the Americans not to
sell Germany short on the use
of secret weapons.
The scientist—Ilia Sobodyieff
—was captured by American pa-
trols outside Aachen. He reports
that lie iiad been engaged on ex-
perimental work connected with
German secret weapons. Accord-
ing to Sobadyieff, the Nazis are
likely to come up with some-
thing pretty powerful before the
war is over.
The Bulgarian scientist says
tlie chief Nazi aim is to find
some way to neutralize the ov-
erwhelming Allied air power.
Because, as Sobadyieff says,
"Germany realizes the war is
lost unless this overwhelming
fo^ce is obliterated—completely
and at once."
Unfortunately the scientist
can't tell how far German ex-
perimentation has gone, because
he was removed from the experi-
mental group last summer—by
order of the gestapo. But he
warns that the Reich is callable
of using any sort of secret wea-
pon, which will accomplish its
purpose—to knock out Allied
LONDON (UP) — The presi-
dent of Rotary International —
Richard Wells of Pocatelio,
Idaho, and Rotary Secretary
Philip Lovejoy of Chicago have
arrived in England.
rpe<l to ti!r ranch home at Ro-
il alter, playing eight charity
iRVfti with the Washington Red-
The professional gridder's
draft^board has continued his 2-
C agricultural deferment and he
will continue to work on his
Baugh had been givon permis-
lt by 'hls bo«rd to play a se-
ries of charity games with the
Redskins until the 1st of Oct-
ober. Sammy now has complet-
ed his schedule and his .draft
board says the back did not ask
for and was not offered an ex-
tension of the special deferment
under which he played football
Rudolph Hess Is
In Prison Camp
War Minister James Grigg has
disclosed that Rudolph Hess, the
former number two Nazi, is in
a British prisoner of war camp
However, Sir James does not
reveal the location of the camp,
it is known that British prisoner
of war camps are located in both
the United Kingdom and Canada.
Sir James adds that Hess has
a radio; is allowed to listen to
British and foreign news, ancJ
receives the sahie food as his
The <|iiestion of .HesK' where-
abouts was raised two weeks ag >
when a London newspaper re-
layed a rumor from Madiid that
Hess had passed through Gibral-
tar on an airplane flight to Ger-
many carrying Allied peace
terms to Adolf Hitler. Hess be-
came a prisoner of the British in
Hill after a dramatic flight to
Scotland in a German fighter
Series Gas Coupons
Expires On Oct. 1
Nolan County War Price and
Rationing Board is warning mo-
torists of expiration of certain
supplemental gasoline coupons.
On October 1 the B-3 and C-.'t
coupons will be invalidated. Like
wise the T coupons expire for
the third quarter. All truck al-
lowances now being issued are
for the fourth quarter.
Certificates of war necessity
must accompany applications of
truckers for the T coupon book.
Applicant must call at the office
by October 1.
T. Sgt. Wayne Jarvis, son of
Mr. and Mrs. i. B. Jarvis, Is re-
covering of an appendectomy he
underwent recently in Galveston.
Sgt. Jarvis is expected home
soon on furlough. Home from
the European Theater of Oper-
ations. the sergeant holds the
DFC and Air Medal with three
clusters and a presidential group
citation earned during his 32
missions in the enemy skies as
a radio operator and gunner. At
present he is instructing tactics
ojn faiUft cAr
Pl|| D^IIW 'W
AUSTIN (LP) — the ballot
to be used for the Nov. 7th gen-
eral election is in the hands of
the printers in Austin.
It looks more like a modern
newspaper—with eight columns
—than it does a ballot.
There are six named party
columns, an independent col-
umn, and a blank column in
which voters may write In
In Texas, the voter must mark
out the name of every candidate
he opposes. With six separate
sets of presidential electors, the
voter's patience as well as his
pencil, will get. a stout workout
before he has finished voting.
The ballot also carries two
proposed amendments to the
One would authorize cities
and towns to set up retirement
pay for employes, and the other
would permit county commis-
sioners' courts to vary the dis-
tribution of county taxes.
These Questions may
decide what laxative
to give your child
Ques. Do children take more
readily to a child's laxative? Ans.
Yes, that's generally so. Ques.
What is a "child's laxative?"
Ans. A laxative like Syrup of
Black-Draught, designed espe-
cially for a child's needs and
tastes. Your children should like
Syrup of Black-Draught. The big
50c bottle contains more than
three times the old trial size.
Caution, use only as directed.
SONG IB BANNED
ish Broadcasting- corporation ap
parently doesn't think the Eut1
opean war is nearly over.
BBC has banned a song entitl
ed "Dreaming of Christma^with
The Right Way
We Do A Qualito
The Baconizing Way
Modern ami ap-
proved methods titrn out ;i
tire for you, kuuiI tor tliuiis-
;imls ol' uryre miles! Wild
you don't need ration cer-
tification any longer for ri'-
eapping: that's part of Cu-
rie Sam's plan to make it
KASIKK for you to do your
part, saving rubber. 0
KIiii and lldtvy. O
The nearest distances to Ber-
lin from advanced Allied lines
Western Front—207 miles,
from a point near Nijmegen.
Gain of three miles in week.
Russia—315 miles, from War-
saw. Gain of five miles in week.
Italy—550 miles, from point
near Castel Del Rio. Gain of
three miles in week.
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POP McCOr IS WORKING
ON BORROWED TIME
Pop built up the best Humble Service Station
in his neighborhood and he was read/ to turn
if over to Bud and retire a couple of years ago.
But Uncle Sam had other plans. So while Bud
takes care of some serious unfinished business
in the South Pacific, Pop's taking care of the
folks at home.
It's true—most of the help he used to have
and some of the products he used to sell have
gone off with Bud to help the fight. But, Pop's
doing his best. He knows that no matter how
old the cars or how worn the tires, doctors, war
workers and lots of other essential drivers have
to keep going. He figures it's his iob to se«
that they do.
Even if he can't sell you a thing-
Pop's always glad to see you. With
a cheerful grin he'll wipe your
windshield, check your tires or give you any
of the typical services you expect at Humble
stations.. He's looking forward to the day when
Bud will be back to service that streamlined
post war model of yours with newer, finer
Humble products than you ever had before.
OIL & REFINING COMPANY
Serririq your />a*pntial
tear limp nppfl.« tmln\ lo
haalpn ronr motoring
pleasures of tomorrow.
Teoa-ethyl lead, when added •• gasoline,
raitti the octane number at the gaioline and
reduce! ar eliminate* motor "ping." lut letra-
ethyl lead has recently become a critical war
material . . . so critical that the Petroleum
Administration (or War lias directed all refiners
of premium grade fuels ta limit their production
•f tuch gasoline ta
duced during the tlx months prior to June 1944.
This reduces drastically the amount of premium
gasoline available to civilians.
Also in the interest of conserving war-vital
tetra-ethyl lead, P. A. W. has directed that
less af it be vied In the manufacture of ell
Regular gasoline. Centequently the octane
number af this product has been reduced from
n ta 70.
" ■' " 1 .
So, if your Hvinble Station is temporarily out
of Esto Extra, or if Humble Regular does not
perform in your car like it did in the past,
please remember that totra-ethyl lead is really
at war ... just another of those small sacrifices
all of us at home aie aiked to injko in the
interest of an earlier Victory.
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Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 47, No. 222, Ed. 1 Wednesday, September 27, 1944, newspaper, September 27, 1944; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth282988/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.