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  6. WAR MAY LAST FOR DAYS

    WASHINGTON, Sunday.—The Pacific war is not expected to end for two or three days, possibly longer. This was announced officially tonight as the world waited for Japan's reply to an Allied Note defining the role of the Emperor on the ...

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  7. GLOOMY FUTURE AWAITS 150,000 AERONAUTICAL WORKERS IN U.S.

    NEW YORK, Sunday.—I he staggering jolt the ending of the war will deliver to American industrial economy is demonstrated in a notice posted to 150,000 workers in 16 plants of the Wright Aeronautical Corporation and [?] Wright Corporation. ...

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  8. FLEET HIT TOKIO AT DAWN TODAY; ATTACKS CONTINUE

    GUAM, Monday: General MacArthur and Admiral Nimitz have resumed full-scale attacks on Japan. At dawn today carrier planes from the combined British-American Fleet bombed the Tokio area, and are still in action. ...

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  9. U.S. Iron Lungs Flown To Belgium

    BRUSSELS, Sunday: A U.S. transport, plane has flown four "Iron lungS" to Belgium to help combat the epidemic of Infantile paralysis ...

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  10. SUNDAY RAIL STRIKE EXTENDS IN BRITAIN

    LONDON, Monday.—More railwaymen in north-west England notably at Preston and Wigan. Joined the Sunday strike yesterday ...

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  11. Sacrilege At Cenotaph

    SYDNEY: Destruction of one of the Cenotaph poplars by "peace revellers" last night was today described as sacrilege in its worst form. Veterans and civilians are disgusted with last night's behavior. ...

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