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    City Forecast.-- A local shower in late afternoon otherwise fine and warm ...

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  5. SUICIDE OF JAP FIELD-MARSHAL

    TOKIO, Thursday.--A wave of suicides among Japanese leaders is expected to follow the attempt of General Tojo to kill himself when designated as a war criminal. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Tojo 'Must Be Kept Alive'

    TOKIO, Thursday.--Determined to keep General Tojo alive, Lieut-General Richard Eichelberger, US 8th Army commander, has told American Army nurses: "Give him the ...

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  7. Thousands Die In Sumatra

    SINGAPORE, Thursday.-- Appalling conditions in prison camps on Sumatra have been reported by a South African who parachuted in 11 days ago. ...

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  8. Digger Survives Grim Years Alone In Jungle

    SINGAPORE, Thursday.--Three men who had been dead to the world fair 3½ years, yesterady came out of the jungle at Segamet, Upper Johore, to learn that the war was over. ...

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  9. A.I.F. Men At Nauru

    OFF NAURU, Thursday.--The Australian frigate, Diamantina today flashed an order to the Jap garrison ...

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  11. GENERAL BURIED IN SECRET

    LONDON. Thursday.--Without gun salute or bugle blast, the hierarchy of the German. High Command, all now prisoners in ...

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  12. Editorial

    DURING the past two days "The Sun" has directed attention to a very serious flaw in the Government's social service scheme. It lies in the penalty imposed upon thrift in ...

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  14. MURDERS ON EVE OF SURRENDER

    SINGAPORE, Thursday.--The Japanese slaughtered 110 Australians and between 30 and 40 Indians in a 24-hours' blood-bath just before the surrender of Singapore. ...

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