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  4. GRIM SIGNS IN PACIFIC

    PACIFIC Powers prepared grimly yesterday for a last-minute attempt to settle their differences by negotiation. Mr. Kurusu, Japan's special envoy who had ...

    Article : 1,173 words
  5. Germans Claim New Gains In Leningrad and Crimea

    THE Germans yesterday claimed further progress in the Leningrad and Crimean sectors of the Russian front. The Russians admitted that the Germans had cut ...

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  6. U.S. Bomher At Singapore

    American interest in the East was quickened by the visit to Singapore of members of the U.S. mission to Moscow on their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. ONE CASUALTY IN ARK ROYAL

    LONDON, November 16.—The Admiralty announces that there was only casualty in the loss of the aircraft-carrier Ark Royal ...

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  8. Late City: War News

    LONDON, November 16.—A vichy newsagency message from Stockholm says that the Swedish paper, Svenska Dagbladet announces that the Finnish ...

    Article : 159 words
  9. U.S. CONVOY PLANS

    SOME details of United States' arrangements to defend' American ships in the war zones have been disclosed. One plan is to use new small aircraft-carriers—really converted merchantmen. ...

    Article : 535 words
  10. EMDEN AGAIN BATTERED IN R.A.F. RAID

    LONDON, November 16.—Following last week's smashing raids R.A.F. bombers were over north-western Germany again last ...

    Article : 369 words
  11. ITALY DESCRIBED AS "HOPELESS WRECK"

    NEW YORK, November 16.—"Italy is a hopeless wreck and is gradully being taken over by the Germans for future management ...

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  12. Japanese, But No Federal Ministers, Welcome Latham

    Representatives of Japan greeted Australia's Minister to Tokio (Sir John Latham) both at Sydney and Melbourne when he arrived home by ...

    Article : 207 words
  13. BRITISH WARSHIPS REPORTED DAMAGED

    LONDON, November 16.—The Vichy radio says that according to reports from La Linea (Spain) which have reached Berlin, the British ...

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  14. FRANGE CLOSE TO JOINING NAZI NEW ORDER

    NEW YORK, November 16.—Private advices received by the American' Associated Press froth Europe report that France is close lo a decision to ...

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  15. LABOUR M.P. WANTS LESS OPTIMISM

    LONDON, November 16.—"The Government, as a team of goalkeepers is admirable, but as a scoring team ifc is a washout," declared Mr. E. Shinwell ...

    Article : 124 words
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  17. GENERAL URGES REVISION OF RESERVED LIST

    MELBOURNE, Sunday.—The list of reserved occupations needed revising on an occupational rather then a trade basis, the Chief of the General ...

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  18. NEW STRATEGIC AIR SCHOOL FOR CANBERRA

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Giving effect to Australia's new strategic policy of maintaining complete air support for Austrlian infantry and ...

    Article : 270 words
  19. STRICTER CONTROL OF LIGHT, FUEL SUPPLY

    LONDON, November 16.—The Board of Trade has appointed 11 controllers to co-ordinate supplies of lighting and fuel, says the Sunday Express. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. PLANE SERVICE NOW FROM U.S. TO BRITAIN

    LONDON, November 16.—The diplomatic correspondence of the Sunday Times points out that the revision of the Neutrality Act means that United ...

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  21. AUSTRALIANS AID GREEK REFUGEES

    LONDON, November 16.—As a result of Australian efforts, 1300 Greek women children, and aged people, who escaped from Greece, are being cared ...

    Article : 148 words
  22. NEW ITALIAN AIR CHIEF

    LONDON, November 16.—The Rome correspondent of the Associated Press reports that Mussolini has removed General Francisco Pricolo from his ...

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