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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST:

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  5. Moderates Lead in Israel Poll

    First Israel[?] election results give the Labor party, headed by the Prime Minister (Mr. ...

    Article : 288 words

    The Chinese Nationalist Cabinet has officially announced its intention to move the seat of Government to Canton. The evacuation from Nanking will be completed by next Saturday week. ...

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  7. Australia Day Celebrated

    AUSTRALIA and the 161st anniversary of its colonisation was celebrated at a reception given by the Australian Natives' Association yesterday. Before the toast was drunk three consular representatives were in ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Having eagerly read the Lynskey report on the Board of Trade Inquiry, British people are now wondering about future developments. Meanwhile, the Parliamentary debate on the report, which ...

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  9. Mr. G. Gibson's Resignation

    Today, Mr. George Gibson, a former Governor of the Bank of England and one of the leading public ...

    Article : 100 words
  10. India Hints at Reprisals in S.E. Asia

    India offered a resolution to-day urging the Security Council to order Dutch troops to withdraw from Indonesian ...

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    Communist gunfire is being heard now in Nanking. It is coming from the Pukow area on the north ...

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  12. "Bonfire" of Controls Likely

    "Another bonfire of controls" has been promised to the British people. The president of the Board ...

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  13. Java Warfare to Flare Up

    A flare-up in guerilla warfare within the week in East Java was forecast by a spokesman of the Republican ...

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  14. Food Was Delayed

    Australia sent so much food to Britain for Christmas through the express gift parcel scheme that many English ...

    Article : 127 words
  15. West Opposes U.N. Peace Army

    The Western Powers, in sharp reversal of their previous attitude, now oppose the formation of a United Nations International Peace-keeping Force, until the ...

    Article : 188 words
  16. United States Refutes Charges

    The United States today categorically rejected Hungarian charges that the United States Minister to Hungary ...

    Article : 124 words
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  19. Portuguese Army and Elections

    The War Minister (Lieutenant-Colonel Santos Costa) told army officers if a "revolutionary atmosphere" develops from ...

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  20. Historic Nippon Temple Damaged

    The roof of the main 1300-year-old temple of Horyuji, claimed by the Japanese to be the oldest wooden structure in ...

    Article : 75 words
  21. Tourism and Trade Pacts

    Agreement has been reached on limited resumption of British tourism to Belgium from May 1, 1949. ...

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  22. Von Papan Freed By Tribunal

    The De-Nazification Appeal Tribunal has released Hitler's first Vice-Chancellor, Franz von Papen, from gaol. ...

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  23. Smart 'Bombing' to Feed Stock

    The U.S. Air Force's Operation "Hay Lift" is proving so successful that stockmen throughout blizzard-swept States have appealed for more planes to prevent ...

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  24. European Unity for Discussion

    When Foreign Ministers who constitute the consulative council of the five Brussels Treaty Powers--Britain, France, Belgium, Holland and Luxemburg--meet ...

    Article : 376 words
  25. Hypnotism as Court Plea

    Counsel for Mildred Gillars ("Axis Sally") told the court that she broadcast for the Nazis because she was under ...

    Article : 144 words
  26. Union Ban on Railway Tracks

    Goods for stations along the four main Victorian railway lines may be delayed indefinitely by a "black" ban of three tracks imposed last night by shunters. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 351 words
  27. British Labor Aid Sought

    The American Federation of Labor would like to see the British Trades Union Congress take the lead in the creation ...

    Article : 183 words

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  29. Silver Wedding of Hirohito

    Emperor Hirohito and Empress Nagako spent their silver wedding anniversary quietly today with their family ...

    Article : 80 words



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