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  3. ALLIES HAIL MACARTHUR'S APPOINTMENT

    General MacArthur's appointment as Supreme Commander of the Anzac Area has electrified the United Nations. The announcement is splashed across the front ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. CLOSE SUPPLY LINK WITH U.S. SOUGHT

    Efforts will be made immediately to establish a direct liaison between Australia and the headquarters of the, Lend-Lease organisation in Washington. ...

    Article : 432 words
  5. Hurley Has Been Bombed By Japs

    Brigadier-General Patrick Jay Hurley, one of the leaders of the Americans, has been shot at and bombed in Australia by the ...

    Article : 365 words
  6. Australians "Honored To Serve MacArthur"

    Every member or the Australian Forces will be honored and proud to serve under General MacArthur," the G.O.C. the Eastern Command (Lieut.- General Wynter) said last night. ...

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  7. DUAL U.S.- R.A.A.F. PLAN

    CANBERRA, Wednesday. -- Many Australian airmen are schooling with American Air Force units to increase their knowledge of front-line ...

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  8. AUSTRALIAN STOCKS RISE IN NEW YORK

    NEW YORK, Wednesday (A.A.P.).--Australian shares rose sharply on the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, after the announcement of General ...

    Article : 94 words
  9. NEW AIR CHIEF BRETT SAW MIDDLE EAST WAR

    Lieut-General George Howard Brett, 54, was nearly shot down in the Middle East last December. Lieut.-General Brett has been ...

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  10. SYMBOL OF U.S. DEFENCE

    "General MacArthur's new appointment is the symbol of Washington's commitment to the defence of Australia," said Christian Science Monitor's ...

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  11. NOT VISITORS, SO MUST PAY

    American soldiers are no longer regarded as visitors, but as part of Australia's fighting forces. The New South Wales Transport ...

    Article : 238 words
  12. JAPAN REJECTS RED CROSS AID

    LONDON, Wednesday.--Japan has refused to allow supplies to be sent to British prisoners in Hongkong, says the B.B.C. ...

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  13. Ministers Pleased With Appointments

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.--The Air Minister (Mr. Drakeford) said tonight he was sure all Australians would share his pleasure and confidence in the ...

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  14. EXCHANGE RATES FOR U.S. MONEY

    When receiving United States currency, recipients must give value in Australian currency, calculated at the following fates:-- ...

    Article : 63 words
  15. AIR MINISTER CO-OPTS M.H.R.

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.--Mr. R. T. Pollard, M.H.R., has been co-opted by the Air Minister (Mr. Drakeford), to assist in the administration of the ...

    Article : 46 words
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  17. CARRIED REALISM TOO FAR

    LONDON, Wednesday. -- A police sergeant was hit on the head with a rifle butt while "defending" his station against ...

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  18. N.Z. CALLS UP SKILLED WORKERS

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Wednesday.--All men between 18 and 70. who, in the last 15 years, have aggregated 12 months' work in an engineering, ...

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