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  4. [?]tal Issues Are At Stake [?]ure Peace Is [?]ankind's Desire

    LONDON, January 10. — With the representatives of nations of the world making it an impressive [?]ing the first General Assembly of the United [?] Organisation was opened this afternoon in ...

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  5. Make U.N.O. A Living Reality Is Attlee's Plea

    LONDON, January 10.—"I hope and believe that every delegate who is here to-day has come not only in the spirit of determination but in a spirit of hope. We have always with us sceptics and ...

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  6. AUSTRALIAN BEEF FOR MOROTAI

    JAPANESE COULD NOT BEEF ABOUT THIS WORK — Supervised by R.A.A.F. and A.I.F. officers, Japanese from P.O.W camps at Morotai unloaded 2500 pounds of beef carried by an R.A.A.F. Dakota on an experimental flight from Archfield. After being carried 2900 miles in 34 hours, the meat, specially packed, was in excellent condition. — Australian Official photo. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. "CANNOT AGAIN FAIL MANKIND"

    LONDON, January 10.—The chairman of the Preparatory Commission, U.N.O., Dr. Angel (Colombia), in his opening address at the United Nations' Assembly, in London, said: "We are determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war which twice in a lifetime brought sorrow to mankind imbued with abiding faith in freedom and ...

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  8. Further Evidence Of Nazi Criminality

    LONDON, January 10.—The trial of Julius Streicher was opened by Lieut.-Col. Griffith Jones, of Britain. He submitted a mass of documents almost all of which were anti-Jewish excerpts from streicher's newspaper "Der Sturmer" speeches by Streicher in 1925. ...

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  9. TRUCE IN CHINA

    CHUNGKING, January 10.—A truce to halt civil in China was agreed on at a surprise meeting to-day between Generalissimo ...

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  10. M.P. CALLS BILL A "FASCIST MEASURE"

    LONDON, January 10.—During the Commons' debate on the election of the Franchise Bill, Nationalist Commoner Career called ...

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  11. German Mayor Dismissed

    LONDON, January 10.—The Mayor of Bielefeld, Germany, has been dismissed, says a spokesman of the British Control ...

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  13. Belgian Elected President U.N.O

    LONDON, January 10.—M. Paul-Henri Speak, Foreign Minister of Belgium, was elected first President of the United Nations isation General Assembly to-day. He received 28 votes against 23 ...

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  14. [?]L RATIONING SOME TIME

    [?] Proposals [?] Cabinet next [?] W. P. Ashley on [?] believed to ...

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  15. PART OF GERMANY IN BRITISH EMPIRE

    LONDON, January 10.—Mr. Boothby, a member of the House of Commons, in a speech at Aberdeen, suggested incorporating the British gone in Germany within the British Empire, and restoring the King to his throne at Hanover. "It the Germans are going to wave flags in ...

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  16. MORE PROTESTS FROM U.S. SERVICEMEN

    LONDON, January 10.—Fifty representative U.S. servicemen appeared before senior officers of General McNarney's staff and ...

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  17. [?]LAND BEAUTIES

    Miss Rhondda Kelly, "Miss Australia," presents comedian Bob Dyer with a pineapple from her home State, Queensland. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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