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March 9, 1944
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"Thursday, March 9, 1944 Women of Bryansk Greet Liberators RUSSIA--Crying with tears of happiness, women of Bryansk who for thirteen months of Nazi occupation lived in forest hide-outs greet their liberators, the victorious Red Army, upon their entry into the city. They found the city a burned-out shell of its former appearance. Telling of Nazi Brutality LAGONE, ITALY--An Italian woman tells Lt. Louis Ochoa of Laredo, Texas, of the beutal treatment of her husband, (lying on stretcher) received at the hands of the Nazis before they were driven from this mountain town by Gen. Mark Clark's Fifth Allied Army. The 65-year-old Nazi victim is unable to walk as a result of the severe beating he received. Another Post-War"Dream-to-Come2Truey CLINTONVILLE, WIS.--Ice and snow need no longer delay an performance of tasks that formerly could be accomplished on skis or snowsl~es or with a dog team and sledge . . after, war. The FWD company here has announced that as soon as the it will market the motor toboggan, shown above, to speed of supplies and arrival of mercy services in areas previously inaccessible because of deep snow. At present'the entire out- IPtlt of these unique machines is going to the armed forces where they ~olve problems of communications, reconnaissance, ambulance serv- Ice and hauling of supplies. But after the war physicians, trappers, WOodsmen, sportsmen, power and telephone lin~ patrols, forest ~rangers will depend on this motor oboggan for fast and. safe trans- )ortation. Poland After The War? POl FIRST LADY IS GUEST SPEAKER ON CANDY BROADCAST During a guest appearance on "Washington Reports on Ration- ing," NBC public service radio program sponsored by the Council on Candy as Food in the War Ef- fort, Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt told radio listeners that she often consults with the White House housekeeper on things the~/ can or cannot do because of ratioging and remarked that "it is not a hard- ship, it is a challenge to your ima- gination sometimes." She said she found hard candy and many things the boys like in post- exchanges for both Army and Navy during her recent trip to Australia and the South Pacific battle area and she had high praise for the medical care the men are getting, saying "I think we can all feel proud of the way our men are being taken care of." THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS ! Bureau of Public Relatmns. U. ~. War Department LIGHTNING REPAIRS OF BOMB DAMAGE--Sometimes it is/merely a matter of minutes after enemy aircraft bomb an airfield until U, S. Army Aviation Engineers are on the job repairing the damage. The portable steel landing mat is replaced and the runways are available for America~ planes in the shortest possible time. This scene ac Gvadacanal is typical of the efficient work in restoring a shattered airfield. The Seabees, naval cDunterpart of the Aviation Engineers, have made splendid records in this theater Of operations. LANDING NEAR ROME PAGE SEVEN U. $. lfay P/~sl. . ITALY--Troops of General Mark Clark's Fifth Almy are shown being landed at the rear of the Nagi) "Gustsv Line" in the Anzio-Nettuno area 30 miles south of Rome. Here a pontoon causeway, set up by Navy men under the command of Rear Admiral Frank J. Lowry, US]N, is used for the tmloadiDg of .LST's during the "Leap-frog" landing. Only small-arms fire mot the invasi0n'force. ..... A G-MC "'Six by Six" Truck Comes Out Fightingi g to plains announced by M~, Polan~ will look something like this. Russia proposes as P~ new eastern boundaries, the so-called Cur,on line suggested "/~ late LQrd Curzon in 1919. The black shaded areas (center botC0m~ are those parts of Poland.which :het~eO~ld:;t~gi~gf~:" demarcation set by the Gezmmn- " Y _.~ " matches the Curgon Hne. To the west L~U~Ct the acquisition of East Pr~msla" and Sil~i~ ft~. the HOW TO SHOP WITH RATION TOKENS New System Saves Time, Trouble, Manpower and Paper WOR~II IOmNTS EACH