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  2. Tanks Used To Quell

    ROME, Saturday. — Tanks and troops have been sent to Naples to quell fierce riots. Sixty have been arrested for ...

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  3. Won £165

    FOR MRS. R. WATSON (left), of Ceylon, and Miss Betty Atkins, of Kingsford, the surprise win of Johnny Zero in the second race at Randwick yesterday (his price was 10 to 1), made it a perfect day. The ladies owned to winning £165 between them, and are shown counting their ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. STOP PRESS NEWCASTLE STADIUM

    Red Lobley (10.6) outpointed Micky Dooly (10.3½). ...

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  6. £450,000 CROWN JEWELS STOLEN

    WASHINGTON, Saturday. — Military police are today hunting for an Army major, a corporal, and about £450,000 worth of German Crown jewels stolen from a leadlined box hidden in a tunnel underneath the historic ...

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  7. YOUTHS SAVE GASSED MAN

    The arrival of two youths probably saved the life of a 60-years-old man, found unconscious in a gas filled room at a ...

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  8. GUNMAN MADE LIVING BY MURDERING PEOPLE

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—The one-eyed mobster called "The Hawk" admitted blandly in the Criminal Court today he had made a living by stabbing, killing, burglary or any other crime he got paid for. ...

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  9. DETAINED AIRMAN GETS 28 DAYS

    ACI Maurice Athol Jones (19), who was held in R.A.A.F. ceils for 111 days while awaiting courtmartial, has been sentenced to 28 ...

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