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No Third Term for Willkie

By United Press

MOSCOW--Fifteen Japanese and Manchukuo soldiers were killed or wounded in clashes with Soviet forces near Island 237 in the Argun River on Feb. 6 and 7, it was announced officially tonight.

A Soviet communique said that "Japanese forces attacked Island 227 in the Argun River within Soviet territory" and that in the first battle five Menchu Japanese were killed or wounded.

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