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    An executive recommendation to reject Mr. Leo Port's settlement terms and continue the stoppage will be put to a mass meeting of tram strikers in the Stadium tomorrow at 10 a.m. ...

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  5. Sabotage Suspected in Aircraft Explosion

    TWO GAPING HOLES were ripped in the fuselage of this British-European Airways Viking airliner as it approached the French coast on April 13. It was thought lightning had cause the damage, but Scotland Yard and aviation experts are now investigating the possibility, of an explosion. Left: Maintenance ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Because of the inability of the trustees of the Melbourne Cricket Ground to make the ground available for the Olympic Games in 1956 it is now certain that the games will be held at the show grounds. ...

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  7. U.S. Senator's Questions on Plane Incident

    WASHINGTON, April 21. -- A Republican Senator asked the Secretary of State (Mr. ...

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  8. Workmen Walk Off from Hospital Job

    Carpenters and builders' laborers employed at the Royal Melbourne Hospital walked off the job yesterday afternoon when a demand for £1 increase in wages was refused. Claims demanded no ...

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  9. Compromise on Monarchy Near

    Belgium's three main parties--the Catholics, Liberals and Socialists--are reported to have reached agreement on King ...

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  11. Limits on Air Crash Inquiries

    Civil Aeronautics Administration does not propose to reopen inquiries into past mysterious air disasters on ...

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  12. Mother, Children Die in Blaze

    A 28-year-old mother and her three children were burned to death in a fire that engulfed their wooden frame ...

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    Dr. Malan's Government yesterday decided to ban B.B.C. news relays over South African Broadcasting Corporation radio ...

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    British sailors, soldiers and airmen today celebrated Princess Elizabeth's 24th birthday with a half ...

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    A second atomic energy plant at Deep River (Ontario) was being planned, Dr. C. J. MacKenzie, chairman of the ...

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  17. Gaol Terms, Fines for Two Millionaires

    JOHANNESBURG, April 21. -- Two millionaires, Norbert Stephen Erleigh and Joseph Milne, who were found guilty on charges of theft, fraud and contravention ...

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    FLINDERS-STREET STATION is undergoing a "face lift. It was last painted in 1935-36. It is hoped to finish the exterior before winter really sets in, and this picture shows that good progress is being made. Down below the heavy city traffic is strikingly manifest. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The Minister Plenipotentiary in Charge of Economic Relations between the French Union and the British ...

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  20. Harry Lauder Left £358,971

    The late Sir Harry Lauder left total estate valued at £358,971, upon which duties amounting to £207,581 have ...

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  21. Film Actor's Wild Driving

    The film actor, John Agar, former husband of Shirley Temple, was fined 200 dol. (£A89) for reckless driving. ...

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  22. Huge Uranium Find in U.K. Claimed

    LONDON, April 21.--A stir has been caused by the claim of a University geologist to have discovered extensive uranium deposits near Bath. ...

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  24. Scores of Ships Idle in London Docks

    LONDON, April 21.--With nearly 8000 dockers already on strike, London's docks are threatened with complete paralysis by the possibility of another illegal stoppage -- this time by 7000 stevedores. ...

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  25. King's Surgeon Cancels Visit

    Sir Reginald Watson-Jones, orthopaedic surgeon to the King, has postponed his trip to Sydney owing to illness. ...

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  26. U.N. Move to End Cold War

    The Secretary-General of the United Nations (Mr. Lie) sought President Truman's views yesterday on proposals ...

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