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  4. MORE TROOPS LAND IN NORTH AFRICA

    LONDON, November 14.—The American! continue to land troops on the entire North African coast, from Casablancs, eastward to Algiers. Allied tanks and infantry are constantly arriving it Bougie and Bona (Algeria). Allied troops are pouring eastwards through Bougie. ...

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  5. "GOOD HUNTING TO YOU ALL"

    CANBERRA. November l4—Despite the Allied victories In North Africa the Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) feels that this may be Australia's hour of ...

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  6. STALINGRAD STEADY

    LONDON, November 14.—Renewed German attacks at Stalingrad tailed to make any headway last night. The Russians are also standing firm to ...

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  7. GENERAL EXHORTS MEN

    LONDON. November 14.—"The Germans are out of Egypt but there are still tome left in North Africa. There is some good hunting to be had further west On with the task, and good bunting to you all. In these words General Montgomery, commanding the 8th. Army ...

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  8. ALLIES CLOSE ON BUNA

    On the New Guinea mainland, Australia and American forces are doling in on Buna. The Australians have captured Wairopi and are now in possession of the Kumusi River crossing. At that point from, here. Buns is only 33 trail miles away across easy going country, along ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. POST-WAR PLANNING

    BRISBANE, November 15.—In a broadcast speech to-night, the Federal Attorney-General (Dr. H. V. Evatt) said: "We must plan now to prevent ...

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  10. LOADING OF SHIPS

    BOSTON. November 14—Mr. Harry Bridges, Australian-born leader of the Padcine Coast Longshoremen's Union, declares that transport of war mater. ...

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  11. LOOSENESS OF MORALS

    BRISBANE. November 15.— With the possible exception of South Australia, not one Government, so far as I know, has had the courage to pass ...

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  12. AID FOR STUDENTS

    MELBOURNE, November 14.—Up to [?] a year In fees and living allowance will be paid to University students under a plan released by the ...

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  13. ORDNANCE CORPS

    LONDON, November 15.—Working under strict secret orders, night and day for months In vast arms depots, thousands of soldiers and civilians of ...

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  14. U.S. SHIPBUILDING

    NEW YORK, November 13—Admiral E. S. load, chairman of the US. Maritime Commission, describing the "breath-taking progress" of American shipbuilding, told 'naval' ...

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  15. CRUSH GERMANY

    LONDON. November 15.—A fresh breeze is beginning to blow through; the heavy tense atmosphere in which the United Nations have been living: ...

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  16. PARATROOPS SCORE

    LONDON, November 15.—A correspondent with the parachute detachment in Algeria states hundreds of British and American paratroops ...

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  17. CHAUTEMPS WANTS TO SERVE

    NEW YORK. November 14—The New York "Herald-Tribune's" Washington correspondent says the former French Premier (M. Chautemps) who ...

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  18. RAID ON NEW CALEDONIA

    NEW YORK, November 14.—The Tokio radio clamis Japanese planes raided New Caledonla on Thursday destroying the navy [?] and two ...

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