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  4. LAW BOOKS PILE UP

    LAW BOOKS, note books, and references are piled high on the Bench, the floor, and the Bar tables at the High Court where the banking case is being heard. More than 300 volumes are being used. It Is estimated that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    AIR MARSHAL TEDDER, who last week remarked on the moves by Argentine and Chile in the Antarctic. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. COSGROVE CELEBRATES ACQUITTAL

    HOBART, Sunday: The former Premier of Tasmania, Mr. Robert Cosgrove, celebrated his acquittal on 14 charges of bribery, corruption and ...

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  7. ARAB BAN ON U.S. OIL LINES

    CAIRO, Sunday (A.A.P.): The Arab League decided not to permit any American oil companies to lay pipelines across territory of its member countries until the United State policy toward the Palestine ...

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  8. "No Govt. Without Communists" for Czechs

    PRAGUE, Sunday: The President of Czechoslovakia (Dr. Benes) told the Communist Premier (Gottwald) that he would not accept his resignation, and that, should tin attempt be made from any ...

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  9. Dr. Dalton Answers Churchill

    LONDON. Sunday (A.A.P.): The former Chancellor of the Exchequer (Dr. Hugh Dalton) in a broadcast last night replied to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. Russia's Big Demand on Austria

    LONDON, Sun., (A.A.P.): The Foreign Ministers Deputies yesterday continued discussions on the Soviet ...

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  11. JEWISH CENTRE BLASTED

    JERUSALEM, Sunday (AAP): Scores of people were killed and hundreds injured early this morning in the worst bomb ...

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  12. RUSSIAN PROTEST REJECTED

    WASHINGTON. Sun (A.A.P ): The United States today rejected the Russian protest against the forthcoming ...

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  13. Argentine and British Navies Clash—at Soccer

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.): The Antarctic international dispute was put aside for a game of soccer—Britain boat Argentine by the one goal to nil—when the sloop H.M.S. Snipe, under Commander J. G. ...

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  14. "Ara[?] Restrain Will Snap"

    NEW YORK, Sunday: "As soon as the United Nations Commission enters Palestine in May it [?] ce[?] that aran restraint ...

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  15. Earle Page Urges Empire Talks on Food

    NAIROBI, Sunday (A.A.P): The battle is being fought on too narrow a front," declared Sir Earle Page, who is here to ...

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  16. JAPAN'S NEW P.M. CABINET'S DIFFICULTIES

    TOKIO, Sunday, (A.A.P.Reuter): Hotoshi Ashida president of the Democratic Party and Foreign Minister ...

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  17. Blizzard Lashes England

    LONDON, Sun, (A.A.P.): A new blizzard struck southern England yesterday afternoon and brought traffic to a hall. ...

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  18. MIGRANT TELLS OF "WONDERFUL RECEPTION"

    BERLIN, Sunday (A.A.P.): Displaced persons who emigrated to Australia under the resettlement scheme which the ...

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  19. PHILIPPINE CONFIDENCE IN AUSTRALIA

    MANILA, Sunday (A.A.P.): The Philippine Presidential Secretary Secretary ([?]millo Abello), who recently returned from Havana ...

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  20. Grains Firm on U.S. Change

    NEW YORK, Sunday (A.A.P.): Grains closed firm yesterday, with fractional Increases. Trading on the stock exchange ...

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  21. Strong Man Of India

    Mr V. Patel, Deputy Premier and right-wing party boss in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. U.K. Blocks Palestine Sterling Balances to "Safeguard Resources"

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.): The British Treasury has taken steps to block, as from today, Palestine's sterling balances in view of the approaching termination of the mandate. ...

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  24. Siamese Premier

    BANGKOK, Sunday: (A.A.P.Reuter): Ahuang Abhalwong leader of the Democratic Party which won a majority in the ...

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  25. EIRE PREMIER ON FRIENDSHIP WITH BRITAIN

    LONDON. Sunday (A.A.P.): Anglo-Irish relations will suffer no deterioration as a result of the change in Government at ...

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  27. TURKISH SPITFIRES "NOT SNOT DOWN"

    SOFIA, Sunday: Bulgarian authorities have announced that the inquiry into the crash landing on Bulgarian territory, on February nine of two ...

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  28. MORE BREAD, POTATOES FOR EUROPE?

    ROME. Sunday: The Director General of U.N.O. food and Agricultural Organisation (Sir John Boyd Orr) said that, with ...

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  29. Indonesia Warns Security Council

    LAKE SUCCESS. (New York) Sunday: Indonesia warned the Security Council yesterday that reported Dutch attempts to ...

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  30. ADELAIDE MEAT STRIKE

    ADELAIDE, Sunday: continued meat supplies in Adelaide are menaced by toe strike of 700 meatworks employees, which ...

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