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    The women's sporting season got into full swing on Saturday afternoon. Top: Cook's Hill basketball team, which won the march ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. U.K. Trade Urges Status For China

    HONGKONG, April 16. A.A.P.-Reuter.—British firms with interests in communist China exceeding £125 million have made new representations to the British Government to save their holdings. ...

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  4. Admiral, Atom Scientist Agree On Bomb

    NEW YORK, April 16. A.A.P.—Admiral Nimitz was backed up by a leading atomic scientist when he said he did not believe the ...

    Article : 274 words
  5. East German President In Sanatorium

    BERLIN, April 16. A.A.P.—Herr Wilhelm Pieck, the East German President and veteran Communist, has left Berlin by air for ...

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  6. Labour Censure Motion Plans

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—The Executive of the Federal Parliamentary Labour Party will meet early on Wednesday to consider launching a motion of censure against the Speaker (Mr. Cameron). ...

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  7. Record Claimed With 1874 Loops

    RAYMOND VILLE (Texas). April 16. A.A.P.—Carl Crawford looped the loop 1874 times yesterday and claimed a world ...

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  8. Australia Most Airminded Says Minister

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Australia was undisputed in its position as the most air-minded country in the world, the Minister for Air ...

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  9. Brutal Crimes By Young Thugs Alarm Britain

    LONDON, April 16.—The upsurge of brutal—and often pointless—crime among Britain's war-spawned juveniles is ...

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  10. Experts On Fisheries To Meet In Sydney

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The largest gathering in Australia of international fisheries experts will assemble in Sydney to-morrow for the ...

    Article : 186 words
  11. Polish State And Bishops Sign Agreement

    LONDON, April 16. A.A.P.—The Government and representatives of the Roman Catholic Church have reached an agreement ...

    Article : 244 words
  12. Organ Recital Well Received

    There was complete musical sympathy and understanding between Dr. N. Nickson's organ accompaniments to Margaret ...

    Article : 239 words
  13. Britain Urged To Support Pacific Pact

    LONDON, April 16. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Lord Mancroft, the Conservative Party spokesman, to-day urged full British support for New ...

    Article : 122 words
  14. Japan Moves For Free Economy

    TOKYO, April 16. A.A.P.-Reuter—Japanese industrialists have made a bid to lift all economic restrictions in Japan on the eve of the United States Far Eastern Economic ...

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  15. Britain Stages Motor Show In United States

    NEW YORK, April 16. A.A.P.—The first all-British motor show in the United States was opened yesterday with 3 million dollars ...

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  16. Liberal Swing To Conservative "Symptomatic"

    LONDON, April 16. A.A.P.—"The Times" says the parliamentary decision of two prominent Liberal peers—Lords Reading and ...

    Article : 249 words
  17. Bulgars Make Claims Over Yugoslavia

    SOFIA, April 16. A.A.P.—The Bulgarian Government, in a note to the Yugoslav Government, accused the Leading Yugoslavs of ...

    Article : 75 words
  18. Thousands Flee Soviet Zone

    BERLIN, April 16. A.A.P.—More than 100,000 inhabitants of the Soviet Zone have fled to West Berlin in 14 months. ...

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    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) will arrive by air in Sydney to-morrow to attend a meeting of the Federal ...

    Article : 52 words
  20. American Corporal Gaoled For Spying

    BERLIN, April 16. A.A.P.—An American court martial at Garmisch, Bavaria, yesterday sentenced Gustav Adolph Mueller, 19, a ...

    Article : 119 words
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  22. 4 p.c. Marshall Plan Funds Go To Colonies

    WASHINGTON, April 16. A.A.P.—Four cents out of every European Cooperation Administration dollar were being used to ...

    Article : 118 words
  23. "Explosive" Gas Bill Vetoed By Mr. Truman

    WASHINGTON, April 16. A.A.P.—President Truman yesterday vetoed the political explosive Natural Gas Bill, which would ...

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    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The heat way to develop New Guinea in the interests of security in Australia and the native people was to encourage more white people of the proper kind to go there. ...

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    Some of the Children of Mary and others who took part in a procession at Newcastle Showground yesterday to inaugurate ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  26. Woolworths Share Distribution

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Following discussions between the directors of Woolworths Ltd. and Woolworths (New Zealand) Ltd., and MacDuffs ...

    Article : 97 words
  27. "Ancient Mariner" Safe In Portugal

    LISBON, April 16. A.A.P.—After having vanished seven weeks ago in a 16-ft. boat, a German, Paul Muller, 63, and his daughter ...

    Article : 118 words
  28. Move To Divide U.S. Committee

    WASHINGTON, April 16. A.A.P.—Senator Tom Connally said he had recommended a plan designed to bring the State Department into ...

    Article : 100 words
  29. Newcastle Aero Club In Federation

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.—The Aero Club Federation of Australia at a conference in Adelaide to-day admitted the Newcastle Club to the ...

    Article : 85 words
  30. Japan "Slowly Learning Value Of Vote"

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The great mass of the Japanese people were slowly but steadily learning that the fate of Japan ...

    Article : 123 words
  31. Fewer U.S. Divorces

    WASHINGTON, April 16. A.A.P.—The United States in 1949 had the lowest divorce rate in seven years, the Public Health Service ...

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