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$ NO FORTUNE NEEDED TO BILLINGS COUNT~ PIONI,:ER MAKE SLICK WARDROBE TANKS WAIT FOR INFANTRY NIP SNIPERS 11 Left/sarong type bathing suit; center, rayon-linen suit; right, pin-checkered border print sun dress. It doesn't take a fortune to gather together a slick, smart wardrobe that will be chic an~ comfort- able no matter how high the thermometer soars. The answer is, of course, to make your own. The three simply designed costumes pictured above are typical of what can be done with a bit of effort. At the left is-a sirenish bathing suit made of printed material. It consists of a sarong and well-fit- ting bra. There is a flngerUp jacket that can be worn when the sun is too scorching. The two-piece rayon-linen suit, center, has bracelet-length sleeves and a scalloped front closing, and may be worn for vl .rnc.=t any summer occasion. For a daily sun bath on the roof or nearby park, the sleeveless sun dress, right, is just right. It is made of a pin-checked border print with the print used as trimming ~or bodice and skirt hem. A. tiny bolero Jacket can be worn if desired, fInternation~l) AMERICAN FOUND NEAR STARVATION THESE MEN ARE PART OF THE 1,000 SICK AND WOUNDED U. S. prisoners of war who were liberated by the First bArmy's 99th Division when the train, shown in the background, was intercepted while speectmg Lrom Llm- Urg to Germany's interior. The men had been traveling for eight days and most of them were suffering from malnutrition and festering wounds. The train failed to run the gauntlet of allied strafing planes that hvve been disruntln~ German communications. U. S. Signs] Corns Radianhat~. I In.t~nt~;~nt .~r,~ ~.;~h~la GOAL OF OKINAWA INVADERS lrNIS IS THE NAVAL ANCHORAG| on the east coast of Okinawa Island, key point of the Ryukyu group, which the Amesdean invasion forces may take over at any hour. The large arrow at the top of the picture shows the Eeneral fan en of the newly formed la area on the west coast where Marines and in trym . . - . lOth Army made their ndin nst across from me rower ena N-" gs at a point some 260 wiles south of Japan. g ~ . of Nakagusuku Bay is the capital city, cm the west coast of Okinaw~ U.S. Navy pnor~ (Internuttonul) WHILE INFANTRYMEN dig out small but strongly resisting German rear guard snipers and Panzer. faust units which are hindering an advance in the Lohr, Seventh Army tanks are poised outside the town waiting unUl they can safely race throuKlL Signal Corps radlophotoCInternational Soundphoto) AS YANK INFANTRYMEN MOVE THROUGH MANNHE[M INFANTRYMEN OF THE 44th DIVISION, U. S. Seventh Army, hold their rifles and machine guns ready for in- stant use as they advance through a street in the German industrJ al city of Mannheim, s short distance southwest of Frankfurt. One of the men (extreme right) is carrying a bazooka g~m on his shoulder, ready for flvir~ on snipers. Official U. S. Army Signal Corps Radiophoto. (l ,~ter~mtional Soundphoto) HOUSE DRESS I YRNES QUITS, VINSON IS NAMED James Byrnes Fred A. Vinson RESIGNATION OF JAMES BYRNES as Director of War Mobilization and Reconversion was announced by President Roosevelt as he sent to the Senate his nomination of Fred A, Vinson as successor. Confirmation of ~. Vlnson will leave vacant once more the office of Federal Loan Ac,~Mnistrator formerly held by Jesse Jones. (International) U.S. Navy Crosses Rhine So easy to make, so easy to wear --you'll feel fresh and efficient in this simple, crisp house frock. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1342 is designed for sizes 34, 38, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires 4!/4 yards of 35 or 39-inch material to trim. For this pattern, send 20 cents, in coins, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell (Bismarck Capital Pub. Co ) 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, II132 Pages of inspiration--that's what you'll find in the Spring and Summer Fashion Book. Smart sty- lee for clever flngers~ Send today for your copy--ten cent. North Dakota AAA County Com- mittees may issue AA-2 ratings on 3,230,000 board feet and AA-3 rat- ings on 12,551,000 board feet of lumber fOr repair and construction dur April, May and June. t- WASHINGT0.N, D. C:--Soundphoto--The U.S. Navy went inland o neap m the ~nine crossing. A medium Sherman tank rumbles down the ramp of a. LCM, ".Landing Craft Mechanized" durinK the mcdett. ~:~l~an~our~t ~2 ~r t~uet ~l~tual mUult across the river. ~ tank across the water. LCM, scaling only 26 tons, gets the tank