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  3. NAZI HINT OF QUICK BLOW AGAINST GREECE

    LONDON, Thursday.—Axis sources have put out reports that the German forces in South Bulgaria are "colossal" and have suggested through various channels than an attack against Greece can be expected hourly. ...

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  4. ABYSSINIAN PATRIOTS NEAR ADDIS ABABA

    CAIRO, Wednesday.—Advancing Abyssinian patriots under British officers are within 160 miles of the capital, Addis Ababa, as a result of the capture of Fort Burye announced in a communique to-day. The patriots are now harassing an Italian column withdrawing ...

    Article : 960 words
  5. R.A.F. Bombs on Valona

    This is what the pilot sees when his bombs score a direct hit. The bomb bursts in the upper right hand corner of the picture are directly on one of the wharves of the Albanian port of Valona. through which the Italians bring supplies to their armies. The port ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 63 words
  6. Men Quit Good Jobs to Loot

    LONDON, Wednesday—After sentencing six more Sheffield looters to a total of 20 years and nine months, Judge Oliver ...

    Article : 106 words
  7. BRITISH RAID DESTROYS OIL PLANT

    LONDON, Thursday. — A fish oil plant valuable to Germany as a source for glycerine used in the ...

    Article : 263 words
  8. MISUNDERSTANDING CONTINUES

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A special meeting to-day of the Advisory War Council failed to resolve the misunderstandings which have occurred between the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) and members of the Council ...

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    How German forces are massed to pounce on Greece and possibly on Turkey. Pressure is also being applied to Yugoslavia to permit the passage of German troops through the historic Vardar Gap along the Vardar River to Salonika. In the event of an attack ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 62 words
  10. Settlement of Thai Border Clash

    TOKIO, Thursday—A basic understanding has been reached in the negotiations for a settlement of the Thailand-indo-China dispute, it was ...

    Article : 77 words
  11. EAST INDIES MARKET

    BATAVIA, Thursday. — A competent survey of the Far East fruit market, particularly the East Indies, may open ...

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  12. SENATE PUTS LIMITS ON AID BILL

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday. — The United States Senate has adopted several amendments to the Lease and Lend Bill. One provides that the application of the Bill may be terminated at any time by a vote of both Houses ...

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  13. TO ORGANISE NAVAL RECRUITING

    To organise and expand the appeal for recruits for the Royal Australian Navy, Commander Oliver Jones, Inspector of Naval Recruiting for the Commonwealth (left), is at present visiting Launceston. He is shown here with Warrant instructor J. M. Newton, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. GREEKS AGAIN SUCCEED

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Greeks to- day were again successful in local operations. In a local action in Albania Greek 'planes bombed troop ...

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  15. GERMANY'S LARGE DOLLAR FUNDS

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday, — Official data on international finance reveals that Germany's funds in the United States now total 300,000,000 dollars ...

    Article : 140 words
  16. PITH OF THE LEADERS

    IT IS THOUGHT probable in some quarters that the Germans plan to make a four-pronged thrust toward the Mediterranean ...

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  17. KING CAROL MAKES DRAMATIC ESCAPE FROM SPAIN

    LONDON, Wednesday. — The former King Carol of Rumania and his associate, Madame Lupescu, are reported to have made a dramatic escape from Spanish territory into Portugal. ...

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  18. CLAIM AGAINST GERMAN CONSUL-GENERAL

    SAN FRANCISCO, Thursday.—Mrs. Alice Crockett, in a court action to- day against Captain Wiedmann, German Consul-General, alleged that he ...

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  19. R.A.F. TAKES OFFENSIVE IN DAYLIGHT

    LONDON, Thursday. — Offensive air operations in daylight yesterday again centred on the coast of France, not the coast of England, emphasising the new trend in the struggle between the R.A.F. and the Luftwaffe. ...

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  20. PRINCESS DEPORTED

    WASHINGTON, Wednesday. — The Board of Immigration Appeals to-day ordered the immediate deport ion of Princess Stephanie Hohenloe. ...

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