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    City Forecast: A local shower but mainly fine. Mild day, cool night, moderate NE ...

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  5. JAPS WILL SURRENDER OWN WAR CRIMINALS Job Of Re-educating Japs Has Commenced

    TOKIO, Friday.--The Japanese Government has undertaken to hand over to the Allies, in good health, all persons wanted for questioning on war crimes. No time-limit is fixed, but the Japanese Government must report progress in two ONE of the biggest jobs in education ever undertaken now faces the Occupation Authorities in Japan, the re-orientation of the thinking of 80,000,000 people. Before the occupation forces ...

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  6. No Chance to Die--Jap Pilot's Grief

    TOKIO, Friday.--"I have no right to be happy. My comrades are dead and I ...

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  7. 8th Div. Men Now Set Free

    Ordeal: Pte. J. A. Macmillan, of Sydney, whose weight dropped from ½st. to 6st. 8lb. while he suffered ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Wainwright Says "No Soft Peace"

    NEW YORK, Thursday.--General Jonathan Wainwright, hero of Bataan, demands, stern ...

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  9. AUSSIE DEEDS IN JAVA REVEALED

    PERTH, Friday.--Australian troops in Java fought magnificently, said their commander, Brigadier A. S. Blackburn, VC, on his return from captivity yesterday. ...

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  10. Men of 8th Behind Bennett

    MANILA, Friday-- Australian 8th Division troops arriving here from prison camps in Japan and Formosa ...

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  12. Starving Japanese On Nauru Ate Own Men

    Japanese forces oh Nauru Island became so desperate for food they ate their own men who became too ill to fend for themselves. This ghastly story of coldblooded cannibalism was ...

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  13. WANTS 'TOKIO ROSE' BROUGHT BACK

    LOS ANGELES, Thursday.--Federal Attorney Charles Carr says he is asking for extradition of Iva Toguri ("Tokio Rose") ...

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  14. Editorial PENSIONS WITHOUT MEANS TEST 'DESIRABLE'--Chifley

    IN criticisms of the Government's social service scheme in its present form "The Sun" has drawn attention this week to the "means test" in particular. CANBERRA, Friday.--Abolition of the means test for social benefits was considered by the Government a "desirable objective," the Prime Minister, Mr. Chifley, said today. The Government was having examined the question of dropping the test, but it was a ...

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  16. HEADQUARTERS OF JAPS DISSOLVED--BUT IS IT?

    TOKIO, Friday.--Dissolution of Japanese Imperial HQ was ordered yesterday by Mac Arthur and is supposed to have been carried out, but all it means is that Jap admirals and generals phone each other instead of conferring round a table. ...

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