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  3. CITY FORECAST:

    Warm, sultry, occasional cloud and local shower, but mainly fine; moderate N.E. wind. ...

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  4. WEST FRONT ATTACK OPENS Crossing of Roer

    LONDON, Feb. 23.—German broadcasts this morning announced that General Eisenhower had launched a big ...

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  5. CHILDREN BORN IN MANILA CONCENTRATION CAMP

    American children, looking well nourished and healthy, who were born in a concentration camp at Manila. With their parents they were liberated by American troops last month. (Dramatic Manila Story — Page 8.) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. VITAL PEAK ON IWO TAKEN Trapped Enemy Leap Into Volcano

    NEW YORK, Feb. 23.—-At 10.35 a.m. to-day the 28th Regiment of Marines raised its flag on the summit of Mount Suribachi, thus completing the capture of the southern half of Iwo Jima and ...

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  7. BRITISH COAL POLICY

    OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Feb. 23.—The British Government, coalowners, and miners have all been roundly ...

    Article : 342 words
  8. Humid Day & Night In Sydney

    Humidity was unusually high throughout yesterday, particularly at night in Sydney. The maximum temperature at 12.5 ...

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  9. Bombers Aid Russian Drive On Berlin

    LONDON, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).—As Marshal Koniev's army battered at the outer defences of Guben to-day, massed Russian, bombers and fighters blasted German reserves hastening to the threatened River ...

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  10. CONDITIONS ON BEACHES IMPROVE

    Conditions on the beaches at Iwo Jima, where unloading operations have been carried on under the utmost difficulties, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. FULL EMPIRE AIR AGREEMENT

    LONDON, Feb. 23.—Complete agreement on post-war civil air services had been achieved in the British Commonwealth in recent ...

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  12. GREAT DIFFICULTIES OVERCOME

    IWO JIMA, Feb. 23.—Contending against mortar, artillery, and machine-gun emplacements and terrain devoid of ...

    Article : 370 words
  13. Manila Camp Facts Revealed

    ON Page 8 to-day appears a full-page article by our correspondent, Mr. Jack Percival, Jnr., on his ...

    Article : 65 words
  14. RED ARMY FULFILS HISTORIC TASK

    LONDON, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).— In 40 days' fighting, from the start of its winter offensive on January H to February 20, the ...

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  15. SHORTENING PACIFIC SUPPLY ROUTE

    OUR WAR CORRESPONDENT, H. J. SUMMERS. MANILA, Feb. 23.—Securing of the sea lanes between Manila ...

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  16. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    PACIFIC.—The Marines on Iwo Jima have captured Mount Suribachi, thus clearing the southern half of the island of ...

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  17. NAZI EX-MAYOR SURVIVES LEAP

    LONDON, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).—Johann Dell, who was Nazi Mayor of Richweiler, was not killed when he leaped from the fourth floor of Aachen ...

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  18. "We Are Coming" Russian Tells Berlin By Phone

    LONDON, Feb. 23.—The deputy burgomaster of Berlin has reason to be worried. Early this week a Red Army major phoned him that the Russians would be in the German capital soon. ...

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  19. LATE NEWS GIANT BLAST ON CORREGIDOR

    NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).— The whole island of Corregidor to-day shuddered from a mighty blast which the Japanese set off. ...

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  20. CURTAIN OF FIRE ON INVASION BEACHES

    NEW YORK, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.). —"The invasion beaches on Iwo Island are scenes of indescribable wreckage—all of it our ...

    Article : 145 words
  21. NOTORIOUS DORIOT KILLED

    LONDON, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).—The German News Agency announces that the French Fascist leader. Jacques Doriot, was killed instantly in a ...

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  22. STH. AFRICAN FORCES FOR FAR EAST

    CAPETOWN, Feb. 23 (A.A.P.).— The Prime Minister, General Smuts, replying to a question in the South African Legislative Assembly, said that ...

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  23. LIDCOMBE BLAZE

    St. Joachim's Parish Hall, John Street, Lidcombe, was damaged extensively by fire early this morning. Four brigades fought the flames. ...

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