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  4. 28 JAP SHIPS SUNK BATTLESHIP HIT AT PALAU

    Washington, Saturday.—The biggest U.S. Navy task force ever used in the Central Pacific, gained a smashing success when it attacked Palau Island and three other atolls in the Central ...

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  5. THREE GERMAN FORCES SURROUNDED

    LONDON, Saturday.—After another week of grim fighting along the 400-mile front from the Odessa region to west of Tarnopol, the Russians are steadily destroying three large encircled German forces—at Tarnopol, Skala, and north of Odessa. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Ready for another Mission

    A British submarine flotilla is seen alongside the parent ship. The second from the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Recognition Of Wingate's Genius—Now

    LONDON, Saturday.—General Wingate's death has hit Britishers harder than the less of a battleship. This, perhaps, is ...

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  8. Allies Pound Air Supply Island

    SOMEWHERE IN AUSTRALIA.—After smashing the Jap air concentrations at Hollandia. in Dutch New Guinea—288 planes were knocked out in three raids—Allied ...

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  9. U.S. ELECTIONS* MYSTERY MAX

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—Young Tom Dewey, New York's racket-busting Governor, becomes the world's No. 1 mystery man with his astonishing victory at the Wisconsin primary elections—held to select delegates for the Republican Convention in June—and Wendell Willkie's dramatic withdrawal ...

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  10. General Tips Low Lasses in invasion

    LONDON, Saturday.—"Reports that Allied losses will be tremendous when the invasion of Europe begins are tommyrot," ...

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  11. Mormon Leader Slates Hollywood

    SALT LAKE CITY, Saturday.—Apostle Stephen Richards told his listeners at the Mormon Church annual conference that ...

    Article : 95 words
  12. Swiss Protest At Bombing Incident

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—The Swiss Minister in Washington (M. Bruggman) has made oral representations to the Secretary of ...

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  13. U.S. COURT RULES THAT NEGROES CAN VOTE

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—American Democracy took a big stride forward this week, when the United Stares Supreme Court ruled against the ban on Negroes voting In the Southern party primary elections. ...

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  14. Fist Mightier Than The Torch

    LONDON, Saturday.—Dismissing a charge against an English civilian who knocked out an American officer who had first struck him ...

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  16. JAPS IN INDIA FACE DIFFICULT TASK

    WASHINGTON, Saturday.—The British High Command in India now has plenty of troops to oppose the Japanese attacks against Kohima and Imphal, and the enemy may suffer his costliest land defeat of the war in the Indian State of Manipur. ...

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  17. Prelate On Challenge To Pope's Claim

    NEW YORK, Saturday.—Commenting on the challenge by Moscow Metropolitan Sergei to the Pope's position as Vicar of Christ, ...

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  18. STOP PRESS

    London.—German Radio sent out frequent [?] today. It [?] bombery over [?] ...

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  19. Regret That Princess Not Joining Services

    LONDON, Saturday.—A letter which was featured in the London press this week read:—I am sure the decision that our Princess Elizabeth will not enter one of the women's services on reaching ...

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  20. Mosquito's Great Flight

    LONDON, Saturday.—The Air Ministry news service reveals thai a Coastal Command Mosquito carried out a long-range ...

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