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    LONDON, Sat.: "The Axis has begun an evacuation from the north-eastern tip of Sicily. We will soon hear great news from the battlefront," broadcast Cairo radio tonight, supplementing an ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 529 words
  4. Nazis' Desperate Effort Te Avoid Reds' Trap Near Orel

    MOSCOW, Sat.: Although Soviet reports state that freakish weather is holding up the rate of the Russian advance, the intensity of the Orel battle ...

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  5. Editorial

    Over a network of radio stations on Thursday night, Senator Collett carried out a much-publicised promise to ...

    Article : 274 words
  6. Heiress Goes To Reno

    NEW YORK, Sat.: Doris Duke Cromwell, 53,000,000 dollar heiress, has gone to Reno, taking three saddle horses, fn a special ...

    Article : 79 words
  7. Who Is Finding The Money For National-Country Party Team?

    Behind a smokescreen of personalities, the cold and dour Senator Collett and the virginal Mr. Ross McDonald endeavored during the week to successfully hide the full facts of the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Drop Over Cliff

    SYDNEY, Sat.: Somersaulting twice in a 200 feet drop over a cliff at North Bondi today, a man fell into the sea where he ...

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    LONDON, Sat.: Greek airmen wreaked heavy vengeance when they flew with R.A.F. bombers to deliver a ...

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    SYDNEY, Sat.: During five months he spent in hospital, Private Ray William Evans (23), declares he was given no ...

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    ADELAIDE, Sat.: Pleading guilty to a charge of having unlawfully used military weapons, Major Errol Melville Maughan ...

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    ISTA[?]BUL, Sat.: Disquiet is increasing steadily in Greece and throughout the Balkans ...

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  13. Curtin Slates Opposition

    CANBERRA, Sat.: The Prime Minister, Mr. Curtin, said today it was obvious the disintegration which led to the displacement of ...

    Article : 185 words
  14. Bulgarians Jittery

    LONDON, Sat.: The Hungarian radio today declared that Bulgarian Ministries were preparing to leave in the event of Soda ...

    Article : 85 words
  15. Havoc Caused By U.S. Dive-Bombers

    ALGIERS, Sat.: Despite the fact that Allied spokesmen pooh-poohed the dive-bomber early this year, it is now known that the U.S.A.A.F. has a self-constituted divebomber wing, commanded by Lieut-Colonel H. Stevenson, ...

    Article : 223 words
  16. Air Crash Kills Fremantle Flyer

    MELBOURNE, Sat.: The Air Ministry announced today that L.A.C. Colin Walter Cook (21), of Fremantle, has died as the ...

    Article : 80 words
  17. Ruhr Havoc

    NEW YORK, Sat.: A correspondent of the "New Tcrk Times" at Stockholm states that reports reaching the Swedish capital put ...

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  18. Gliding Record

    WASHINGTON, Sat.: The War Department today reported that two fully-loaded gliders have been towed on a record 1243 mile ...

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  19. Trams Collide: Traffic Hold-up

    SYDNEY, Sat.: When two trams collided in Anzac-parade at midday today, 10,000 people bound for the Randwick races and ...

    Article : 65 words
  20. Palermo's Capturer

    ALGIERS, Sat.: Most supine defence of a pitiful war record was offered by the Italians at Palermo, where Americans are now streaming through the city en route to new fronts and where thousands of prisoners are being ...

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  22. Scoffs At Willkie

    WASHINGTON, Sat.: Upon being invited to broadcast together with Mr. Wendell Willkie, Col. McCormick (of the "Chicago ...

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  23. National—C.P. Uproar Re-eckoes Over East

    MELBOURNE, Sat.: The uproar in the W.A. Nationalist Party over the resignations of Messrs. J. J. Simons and Victor Courtney has aroused much interest here and is being coupled with the Press demand that ...

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    NEW YORK, Sat.: Stockholm sources declare that the German Army has carried out anti-invasion manoeuvres off the ...

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  25. First Sky-Train Flies Atlantic

    FREIGHT, SKY-TRAIN, consisting of a glider towed by an R.A.F. Douglas bomber, takes off from America for England. This, the first transatlantic glider flight, covered the 3220-mile trip in 28 hours.—U.S. Office of War Information picture. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. Menzies And Fadden Fight

    MELBOURNE, Sat.: Political circles are buzzing with another rift in the Opposition forces occasioned by a new ...

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    Harold Carr (48), of West-pde., East Perth, was knocked down by a taxi late last night in Thomas-st., near King's Park, Subiaco, ...

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