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BOLD FACES

POLICE BLOTTER

Flatter Familia

100 Detectives in Hunt for Saboteurs in Queens

Alarm Out for 3 Men in Cutting of Telephone Cables

The New York Times, June 7, 1942

June 7, 1942

Police last night broadcast an alarm for the apprehension of three men in a late model sedan who are believed to be responsible for cutting six cables on telephone poles in Queens since last Thursday, interrupting service to hundreds of telephones in the vicinity.

Other Headlines that Day

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2, PERHAPS 3, JAPANESE CARRIERS SUNK WITH ALL THEIR PLANES, NIMITZ REPORTS; 3 BATTLESHIPS, 8 OTHER WARSHIPS DAMAGED

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1,000 AIDES OF OPA FIND BOOTLEGGING OF 'GAS' WIDESPREAD

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Major Sports Results

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GOVERNORSHIP PACT IS HINTED AS FARLEY VISITS WHITE HOUSE

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U.S. and Britain Get All Dutch Shipping

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AXIS IN LIBYA HIT

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British Pictures of Cologne Show 8 Square Miles Razed

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SEA FIGHT GOES ON

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HULL WARNS FINNS ON HELPING HITLER