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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST

    Cold early morning; followed by fine, mild day. ...

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  5. GLORIOUS PART

    Mr. Churchill has sent a message to Air-Chief Marshal Harris congratulating the, Bomber Command on the glorious, part played ...

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  6. ­­­­JAPANESE WAR IN CRUCIAL STAGE

    A warning that the war had reached a crucial, fateful and decisive point for Japan has been give over Tokio Radio by the President of Japan's new "Sure Victory" party (General Jiro Minami). ...

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  7. ­­­­TRIESTE NOT THE BIGGEST PROBLEM

    Hope of a friendly settlement of the controversy over the occupation of Trieste and neighboring disputed areas to be continues to be the keynote of semi-official comment on the ...

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  8. ENTRY INTO FOOCHOW

    The re-entry of the Chinese into Foochow, provincial capital of Fukien and the first coastal city yet to be reoccupied, has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. THE BIG THREE

    President Truman nopes that a conference of the "Big Three" will be held soon, but he does not believe it will be held ...

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  10. NAZI WAR CRIMINALS

    Mr. Churchill is grappling immediately with the problem of dealing with the Germans. The British Government does not ...

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  11. LATE NEWS

    LONDON.--Britain's excess of expenditure over income for the year ended March 31 was £2,824,841,880. Total income ...

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  12. ESPIONAGE IN AMERICA

    Laurent Hendrikus Johannes Brackx, a former United States naval reserve lieutenant, was convicted in the Federal Court ...

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  13. SYMPATHY OF EIRE­­­

    De Valera's action in paying an official call on the German Minister in Dublin to express the condolences of his Government on ...

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  14. HITLER IN DEFEAT

    It's all over. I shall remain in Berlin. I shall fall here--in the Chancellery." These are said to have been Hitler's words on ...

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  15. NO HOPE FOR HIMMLER

    Replying to questions in the Commons to-day as to whether he had any information regarding the ...

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  16. ANNULLMENT OF MARRIAGE

    One of the youngest plaintiffs in such an action in American courts, Mrs. Deney Vivian Woods, aged 12 asked a Denver court to ...

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  18. CEREMONY AT EDINBURGH

    The keys of the city of Edinburgh, resting on a cushion, were presented to the King, when with the Queen and Princesses, he ...

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  19. FRATERNISING WITH GERMANS

    Dr. Garbett, Archbishop of York, addressing the Convocation of York, declared there should not be any fraternisation with ...

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  20. PILE SWEETENER FOR BRITISH

    The Minister for Food (Colonel Llewellin). faced with the necessity of cutting down Britain's food rations, is searching for ...

    Article : 131 words
  21. CRITICISM FROM MOSCOW

    A Moscow Radio English commentator declared that Goering. yon Rundstedt, Kesselring, Falkenhorst, Gudenan and Frank ...

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  22. SOVEREIGNTY OF DODECANESE

    Mr. Hall, Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, stated in the House of Commons that the British Government regarded it ...

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  23. PROGRAMME OF EXTERMINATION

    The congressional committee which visited German concentration camps at the invitation at General Eisenhower, in a report ...

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  24. One of the Tragedies of San Francisco

    Miss Ellen Wilkinson (Labor), Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry for Home Security, on her return to London from the San Francisco Conference, carried a large doll and two rubber hot-water bottles, which are ...

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  25. ARMY LEADERS IN LONDON

    General Eisenhower lunched with Mr. Churchill at 10 Downing Street. It is understood that all matters relating to the future ...

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  26. Regent Welcomed in Rhodes

    Archbishop Damaskinos has arrived in Rhodes on a State visit. The crowd enthusiastically welcomed the Greek Regent, and ...

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  27. EASY LABOR WIN

    The Neath by-election resulted: --D. J. Williams (Lab.), 30,847; Wynne Samuel (Welsh Nationalist), 6290; J. R. Haston ...

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  28. 2000 Super-Forts

    The chairman of the War Production Board (Mr. J. A Kurg) announced that the United States had already produced over ...

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