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  • SPANISH REPUBLICANS PREPARED FOR CIVIL WAR But Hope U.N.O. Will Act Promptly To Avert Outbreak NEW YORK, Tuesday.

    Declaring that the Spanish Republicans did not desire civil war but were afraid it would happen if the present conditions lasted much longer, Jose Giral, leader of the Republicans, told the U.N.O. committee, inquiring ... [Article] (403 words)
  • ATOMIC GAS AND BACTERIA ARE TWO NEW WEAPONS WASHINGTON, Tues.

    Professor W. A. Higinbotham, chairman of the Federation of Atomic Scientists, said there were at least two ... [Article] (263 words)
  • ATOMIC FEARS ARE INCENTIVE TO AGGRESSION LONDON, Tuesday.

    A report by a committee of the church of Scotland, dealing with [?]tomic energy, declared that, according to those best qualified to judge, ... [Article] (184 words)
  • AUSTRALIANS GIVE "TERRIFIC" TENNIS DISPLAY LONDON, Tuesday.

    "Terrific" is the only word to ade[?]ately describe the tennis displayed [?] Pails and Brown in a private [?]ctice match on the hard courts at ... [Article] (131 words)
  • BRITAIN'S MOTOR EXPORT BOOM LONDON, Tuesday.

    Britain is doubling and trebling [?] export of motor vehicles, says the "Daily Mail." April figures, it says, were a ... [Article] (61 words)
  • Italian Settlers Advocated For Australia LONDON, Tuesday.

    "I am thinking of the great, wide open spaces of Australia," Mr. C. Osborne (Cons.) said when telling the Commons he was concerned ... [Article] (92 words)
  • DR. EVATT ON VISIT TO AMERICA NEW YORK, Tuesday.

    Dr. Evatt, who arrived here to confer with Australian delegates to the Security Council, plans to stay in the United States approximately four ... [Article] (83 words)
  • QUEENSLAND BUTTER EXPORTS BRISBANE, Tuesday.

    The State's butler exports to Britain for the year ending June 30, will be the best since the 1940-41 season, and nearly double the quantity sent ... [Article] (63 words)
  • REALISM IS U.S. POLICY ON REPARATIONS BERLIN, Tuesday.

    The American policy in regard to reparations from the occupation zone of Germany is one of realism. Its primary purpose was not to bring ... [Article] (230 words)
  • IRAQ NOT TO SHARE IN VICTORY CELEBRATIONS BAGHDAD, Tuesday.

    Five Iraq politicul parties have issued statements saying they will not take part in the Anglo-American victory celebrations in Baghdad. ... [Article] (83 words)
  • NO WESTERN BLOC AGAINST RUSSIA WASHINGTON, Tuesday.

    Though Mr. Byrne declined to comment, officials belittled Molotov's contention that an AngloAmerican bloc was waged ... [Article] (67 words)
  • CATHOLIC CABINET FOR HOLLAND? AMSTERDAM, Tuesday.

    Queen Wilhelmina has asked Dr. Beel, Home Secretary under Schermerhorn, to form a new Cabinet. Beel, who is aged 44, began his ... [Article] (43 words)
  • NO SOVIET TROOPS FOR LONDON'S VICTORY PARADE LONDON, Tuesday.

    Moscow announces that the Soviet Government has decided not to send a Red Army contingent to take part in the London Victory Parade on ... [Article] (83 words)
  • EGYPT URGES SPEEDING UP OF EVACUATION CAIRO, Tuesday.

    Urging Britain to hasten the evacuation as much as possible, without waiting for the discussions on the treaty revision, the ... [Article] (258 words)
  • SIAM PROTESTS TO U.N.O. AGAINST FRENCH ACTION LONDON, Tuesday.

    The Siamese Government is bringing under the notice of U.N.O. the action of French troops in crossing the border and looting the village of Banmaw on the Mekong River, after the villagers had evacuated following sporadic fire by the French. ... [Article] (287 words)
  • DEATH SENTENCE FOR MURDERING PARACHUTISTS WUPPERTAL, Tuesday.

    A military court sentenced to death three of 15 German S.S. members accused of killing special air servicemen and women parachutists ... [Article] (66 words)
  • ITALY AGREES TO MINOR CHANGES ON FRENCH FRONTIER PARIS, Tuesday.

    At the meeting of the Foreign Minister's deputies Italy agreed to minor changes in her frontier with France. ... [Article] (73 words)
  • Arab Committee Wants War With Britain JERUSALEM, Tuesday.

    Declaring that Jewish immigration had converted Palestine from a peaceful land into a raging volcano, the ... [Article] (158 words)
  • RUSSIANS MISTAKEN FOR LOOTERS BERLIN, Tuesday.

    The American provost marshal's office stated that a Russian train guard and Red Army military police mistaking each other in the darkness ... [Article] (54 words)
  • ATTLEE'S VISIT DEPENDS ON PEACE TALKS LONDON, Tuesday.

    Expla[?] the reason why the Prime Minister (Mr. A[?]) may have to [?] until October his visit to Australia, the Exchange ... [Article] (101 words)
  • 11th. COMMANDMENT SUGGESTED FOR WORLD ADOPTION NEW YORK, Tuesday.

    The Economic and Social Council approved of the convening of a world health conference in New York on June 19 to be attended by ... [Article] (98 words)
  • PATROL CASUALTIES IN INDONESIA BATAVIA, Tuesday.

    A British officer and an Indian soldier were killed and an officer and a soldier wounded when Indonesians attacked a British patrol in Medan. ... [Article] (71 words)
  • VON NIDA TO PLAY IN St. ANDREW'S GOLF LONDON, Tuesday.

    Norman von Nida and Bobby Locke have been drawn to play together in the Spalding £1,500 tournament over 72 holes stroke play at ... [Article] (76 words)
  • Molotov Widens Breach Between Russia And Allies LONDON, Tuesday.

    Molotov succeeded in doing what he had done many times before—widening the breach between Russia and her former Allies, says the "Daily Mail" which added that since the war Russia has consistently pursued an ... [Article] (147 words)
  • "Liquor Guzzling" By U.N.O. Delegates Denounced BOSTON, Tuesday.

    Denouncing liquor "guzzling" by U.N.O. delegates, Dr. Daniel Marsh, president of the Boston University, said it was no wonder ... [Article] (98 words)
  • BRITONS DETAINED BY YUGOSLAVIA LONDON, Tuesday.

    The Yugoslav authorities have detained seven unnamed British persons. One is held under a charge of ... [Article] (67 words)
  • SARAWAK GAINS BY CESSION TO BRITAIN LONDON, Tuesday.

    A reconstruction of Sarawak's war devastated industries could only be achieved under the British Government, said Sir Clive Vyner Brooke ... [Article] (82 words)
  • ARREST OF KASHMIR REBELS NEW DELHI, Tuesday.

    More than 450 arrests have been made following the revolt in Srinagar, including all important members of the National Conference ... [Article] (61 words)
  • COAL STRIKE SETTLEMENT IN SIGHT WASHINGTON, Tuesday.

    Settlement of the coal strike within 48 hours is forecast here as the Secretary of the Interior (Mr. Krug) announced some progress was made ... [Article] (69 words)
  • EIRE'S INDEPENDENCE PRAISED LONDON, Tuesday.

    In a speech to the Worshipful Company of Feltmakers the Deputy Premier of N.Z. (Mr. Nash) said that Ireland had given a "most ... [Article] (65 words)
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  • RESIGNATION OF BRITISH FOOD MINISTER LONDON, Tuesday.

    The Minister for food (Sir Ben Smith) has resigned and will be succeeded by Mr. John Strachey. The "Daily Express" ... [Article] (186 words)
  • DARKER FLOUR IS ONLY RELIEF FOR WORLD FAMINE WASHINGTON, Tuesday.

    The International Food Conference, convened by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation, called on the world to eat dark flour ... [Article] (172 words)
  • PAILS SEEDED No. 1 FOR SURREY SINGLES LONDON, Tuesday.

    Dinny Pails has been seeded No. 1 and Geoff. Brown No. 2 in the Surrey singles championship. A match between Britain and ... [Article] (106 words)
  • M.C.C. FAILS AGAINST INDIAN TEAM LONDON, Tuesday.

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (115 words)

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