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  3. GERMANS FACING DISASTER ON FOUR VAST FRONTS

    LONDON, Thursday.—The German armies are facing disaster on four vast fronts. Moscow correspondents declare that the Red Army is seriously endangering the 600-mile German frent from the forests cast of Smolensk to the Sea of Azov. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. CLEVER PLAN TO DEFEND BERLIN FAILS

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Bomber Command's tremendous success in recent attacks on Germany led the Luftwaffe to try an astonishing new defence device during the Great raid on Berlin on Tuesday night. Enemy fighters, Flying at a great height, dropped scores of flares, forming lanes of brilliant ...

    Article : 672 words
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  6. INVASION ARMADA AT GIBRALTAR?

    LONDON, Thursday.—A message received in Madrid from La Linea (Spain) states that a great Allied ...

    Article : 90 words
  7. MAY BE ADVANCE ENVOY TO MOSCOW

    "WASHINGTON, Thursday.—The "New York Times" correspondent at Washington says. President Roosevelt intends to send the ...

    Article : 211 words
  8. MARCUS ISLAND ATTACK BELIEVED TO BE "REAL PACIFIC OFFENSIVE"

    NEW YORK, Thursday.—The "New York Times" correspondent at Pearl Harbor says observers believe that the attack by a U.S. naval task force on Marcus Island signifies a "real offensive" in the Pacific. Further blows inside Japan's defensive perimeter can be expected. ...

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  9. German Ship Sunk

    ISTANBUL, Thursday.—A German merchantman, the Thisbi, which sailed from Istanbul on Monday afternoon loaded with 2000 tons of chrome, was ...

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  10. PORTUGAL PLANS FOR EVENTUALITIES

    LISBON. Thursday.—It is officially] stated that the Portuguese Government has acouired large quantities of war materials, and civil and military ...

    Article : 68 words
  11. SHIPBUILDING RECORDS

    BOSTON, Thursday. —The Bethlehem Steel shipyards launch ed the destroyer escort H.M.S. Fitzroy 8½ days after the keel ...

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  12. GERMAN CIVIL SERVANT EXECUTED

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Berlin Radio reveals that a senior civil servant, H. Korselt (52) was executed for undermining the defensive strength ot ...

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  13. CLASH LIKELY OVER KENNY TREATMENT

    NKW YORK, Thusday.—The newspaper "P.M." says that with infantile paralysis at the height of its annual virulence, a violent ...

    Article : 206 words
  14. Canadian Foreign Policy Outlined

    WASHINGTON, Thursday. — Mr. Mackenzie Kine's Parliamentary seeretary (Mr. Brooke Claxton), at a Press conference, outlined points of ...

    Article : 121 words
  15. Not So Much Nazi Bombast

    LONDON, Thursday.—In marked contrast with previous anniversaries, Germun radio stations yesterday did not mention the fourth anniversary of ...

    Article : 79 words
  16. Axis Comments on Mr. Churchill's Speech

    LONDON, Thursday.—"Mr. Churchill's speech was distinguished by its obscauiousncss towards Russia," says the German Newsageney's diplomatic ...

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  17. EXPECT DEFEAT OF GERMANY IN 1944

    NEW YOBK, Thursday.-A poll shows that leading Wall Street industrialists expect the European phase of the war to end in the ...

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  18. RAIDS ON ITALY

    LONDON", Thursday.—To-day's Algiers air communique states that light bombers of the North-West African Air Forces on Wednesday ...

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  19. ITALIAN APPOINTMENTS

    LONDON, Thursday.—The Rome Radin says the Italian Government has appointed General Alberto Pariant Ambassador to Berlin, and Senor Guido ...

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  20. FIRM SWEDISH ATTITUDE

    STOCKHOLM, Thursday.—The Government does not intend to lie down under the storm of alnise from Germany, nor will the ...

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  21. Famous Conductor Works in Aircraft Factory

    HOLLYWOOD, Thursday.—The music conductor, Werner Janssen, husband of the film actress Ann Harding, is now working for the. Douglas Aircraft ...

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  22. Targets Bombed in Burma

    NEW DELHI. Thursday.—R.A.F. dive bombers on Tuesday scored direct hits on buildings and jetties at Buthidaung. Hurricanes gunned river ...

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  23. HEENZO IS 3 IN ONE REMEDY FOR CHEST NOSE & THROAT AILMENTS

    Lo addition to saving moen money by using HEENZO cough remedy, you can also use it in three different ways. You take HEENZO internally for internal ...

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  24. STRIKES IN ITALY

    LONDON, Thursday. — Algiers Radio states that strikes intended as demonstrations for peace have ...

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  25. JAPANESE NAVAL APPOINTMENTS

    NEW YORK, Thursday.—The Tokio Radio announces that the Chief of Staff of the China Sen Fleet and the Chief of Staff and Chief of Personnel at the ...

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  26. B.B.C.'S NEW EXECUTIVE HEADS

    LONDON, Thursday.—Mr. Robert Foot, former Joint Director-General of the B.B.C, has been appointed sole Director-General and ...

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  27. PAPAL ENVOY ON WAY TO WASHINGTON

    LONDON, Thursday.—Enrico Galeazzi, personal friend of the Pope and General Governor of Vatican City, who arrived at Lisbon by air on Tuesday, ...

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  28. DANISH COMMUNISTS ALLOWED TO ESCAPE

    LONDON", Thursday.—The guards at an internment camp north ot' Copenhagen allowed 142 Danish Communist prisoners. including several members of ...

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  29. ROYAL MARINES TO BE COMMANDERS

    LONDON. Thursday.—For the first time in naval history, officers of the Roval Marines are to he officially posted as commanding British vessels. ...

    Article : 172 words
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  31. BRITISH MEAT RATION

    LOXDOX, Thursday.—After September 18 the meat ration, which compulsorily included twopence worth of tinned corned meat, will again consist ...

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  32. MINESWEEPER SUNK BY OWN DEPTH CHARGES

    WASHINGTON, Thursday. — The Navy Department has revealed the loss of the minesweeper Wnsimith in the Aleutians in December. A raging gale ...

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