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  3. BRITISH ARMY'S SWEEP IN PALESTINE

    BRITISH TROOPS SWEPT INTO ACTION THROUGHOUT PALESTINE EARLY ON SATURDAY (JEWISH SABBATH), AND WERE AIDED BY PALESTINE POLICE IN A RAID AGAINST THE JEWISH AGENCY IN JERUSALEM. ...

    Article : 394 words
  4. PASSENGERS ESCAPE IN PLANE CRASH

    There were no casualties when the ANA twin-engined plane VH-ANO overshot the runway and crashed through a fence at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 117 words
  5. INDONESIAN LEADER KIDNAPPED

    SUTAN SJAHRIR, Indonesian "Prime Minister," two of his "ministers," one of his "major-gen` erals," and three of his advisers have been kidnapped at Surakarta, Central Java, by bandits. ...

    Article : 244 words
  6. Picture Operators Go On Strike

    More than 140 picture theatres in city and suburbs were closed at short notice on Saturday night when projectionists and electricians went on strike. Unless the dispute is settled ...

    Article : 331 words
  7. NEW RECORD HEIGHT REACHED BY V2 ROCKET iN USA

    A German V2 rocket fired from the US Army's ordnance proving grounds at White Sands, New Mexico, reached an ...

    Article : 64 words
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  9. LAUNCH ON REEF NEAR GELLIBRAND

    A 30ft motor-launch ran aground on a reef near Gellibrand light last night. The launch belongs to Mr Ralph ...

    Article : 66 words
  10. NO ONE, KNOWS WHAT WILL HAPPEN: Atomic Bomb To Drop, 7.30 a,m. Today

    INDICATIONS that today's atomic bomb test at Bikini will go on according to schedule are seen here, with the prediction that the weather will be favourable. The bomb is due to be dropped ...

    Article : 295 words
  11. Timetable For Test

    Zero hour for the dropping of the atomic bomb is 7.30am today, Melbourne time (8.30 am Bikini time). ...

    Article : 65 words
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