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  • SOVIET AFRAID GOERING IS PAMPERED

    REPORTS of Allied pampering of Goering and other high Nazis are arousing criticism in Moscow. U.S. Seventh Army Headquarters denies that ... [Article] (728 words)
  • Queen Mary Was Lucky

    NEW YORK, May 18 (Special).—The liner Queen Mary had an extraordinary escape herself when she crashed into ... [Article] (162 words)
  • JAPS' BURMA ARMY BROKEN

    LONDON, May 18 (A.A.P.).—Only three pockets of Japanese resistance now remain to be cleared up in Burma—and to-day's communique indicates that good progress is being made in mopping up all of them. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (273 words)
  • Young Star's Big Bonus In Films

    LOS ANGELES, May 18 (A.A.P.). —The eight-year-old Him actress, Margaret O'Brien, will receive a [?] of nearly ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (83 words)
  • BRITISH CONTINGENT TAKES OVER IN CRETE

    LONDON, May 18 (A.A.P.).—The first contingent of British troops arrived in Crete on Wednesday. The British destroyer which carried them steamed into and ... [Article] (144 words)
  • Berbers Kill 100 Europeans

    LONDON, May 18 (A.A.P.).—Berbers have massacred 100 Europeans in an uprising in North Africa in the last week, reports ... [Article] (77 words)
  • Fraus-y Idea Of The Future

    LONDON, May 18 (Special).—Middle-aged Fraus Keitel and Jodi, wires of the German field-marshals and typical Prussian women of military caste, think that Hitler will be seen as a great ma na century hence. Interviewed at their billet at ... [Article] (175 words)
  • A.I.F. KILLS 700 WEWAK JAPS

    MELBOURNE, Friday.—Since the Sixth Australian Division stormed into Wewak last week-end nearly 700 Japanese dead have been counted. ... [Article] (282 words)
  • Woman Killed By Enraged Dogs

    MIAMI, May 18 (Special).—Six enraged dogs almost tore a woman to pieces at Miami Springs. She died soon after admittance to ... [Article] (138 words)
  • Got Royal Welcome

    Crown Prince Olat received an informal but enthusiastic welcome from these young Norwegians who broke through the barriers on the quay at Oslo to greet their Prince when he returned this week. British Official radiophoto ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (76 words)
  • You Were Warm But

    WITH extra blankets on the bed you were warm last night, and the bleak cold held no terrors for you. ... [Article] (107 words)
  • LEY'S BEARD DID NOT FOOL ALLIES

    SALZBURG, May 18.—After eight hours of strenuous denial, Robert "Strength Through Joy" Ley confessed his identity early yesterday morning. Then he shaved off the ... [Article] (317 words)
  • Battle For

    AMERICAN Marines, after one of the bloodiest campaigns of the Pacific, have entered Naha, capital of Okinawa, 400 miles south-west of Japan. ... [Article] (446 words)
  • 800-Plane Raid On Formosa

    MANILA, Friday.—A Japanese air base on the north-west coast of Formosa has been heavily pounded by more ... [Article] (130 words)
  • Chinese Admit Foochow Reverse

    CHUNGKING, May 18 (A.A.P.).-The Chinese High Command has admitted a withdrawal from the postal city of Foochow after ... [Article] (49 words)
  • Dietriech In Belsen Drama

    LONDON, May 18 (Special).—Into infamous Belsen murder camp a few days after its horors were revealed went film star ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (105 words)
  • LAVAL GOING HOME

    LONDON, May 18 (A.A.P.).—(Level and Degrelle) Belgian Fascest leader). who both fled to Spain after the German capitulation ... [Article] (37 words)
  • JAPS LOSE CRUISER IN R.N. CLASH

    LONDON, May 18.—The Admiralry announces that ships and aircraft of the East Indies fleet on Wednesday sank a ... [Article] (192 words)
  • A.I.F. Span Tarakan

    MANILA, Friday.—A.I.F. Ninth Division troops have driven a wedge across Tarakon Island, off north-east' Borneo. ... [Article] (116 words)
  • EXTRA PETROL AS FEED COMPENSATION

    CANBERRA, Friday.—A special ration of petrol had been approved for users of horse-drawn vehicles unable to continue using ... [Article] (60 words)
  • JAP PEACE FEELER REPORTS SUSPECT

    LONDON, May 18.—There are reports of Japanese peace feelers, but they should be treated with the greatest suspicion. The Daily Mail elves ... [Article] (352 words)
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  • Deserves Holiday

    Field Marshal Sir Bernard Montgomery, now holidaying in Surrey, after his strenuous European campaign, wears battle trousers and civilian jacket. At the front he wears the reverse—battle jacket and civilian trousers.—Special radiophoto. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (76 words)
  • JAP ATROCITY PICTURE

    NEW YORK, May 18 (Special).—Newspapers here last week published a striking photograph of an billed serviceman being beheaded ... [Article] (54 words)

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