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  4. 200th German Plane Lost Over Britain

    LONDON, July 18.--The aeronautical correspondent of "The Times" states that the Germans to-day lost their ...

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  5. STOP PRESS "Telegraph" TELEPHONE B1383

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  6. Britain Wants Better Relations with Japan

    LONDON, July 18.--"We wish to see Japan attain a state of prosperity ensuring her welfare and economic security," said the Prime Minister (Mr. Churchill) to-day in the House of Commons, when he made a statement on ...

    Article : 1,104 words
  7. Cabinet to Review decision over Press- Radio control

    SYDNEY; July 19.--Faced with the most serious crisis of its checkered history, the Menzies Government is expected lo how before the storm of protest which followed the granting of dictatorial powers to the Director of ...

    Article : 711 words
  8. JAPAN'S DRIVE FOR PEACE

    The Tokio correspondent of "The Times" says that the general character of the new Cabinet's diplomacy may be ...

    Article : 250 words
  9. Responsible for Defeat of Motion Over Union Panels

    SYDNEY, July 19.--A.C.T.U, and New South Wales Labour Council officials." declared to-day that the restrictions were responsible for the overwhelming ...

    Article : 275 words
  10. Mussolini and Franco May Discuss Mediterranean Accord

    ROME, July 18.--The Vichy correspondent of the "Corrierre Padano" says that Mussolini and General Franco ...

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  11. Most Pressure for Concessions to Japan Came from Australia

    NEW YORK, July 18.-- The Canadian Press Association's London correspondent learns from diplomatic sources ...

    Article : 49 words
  12. Princesses, Help the War Effort

    LONDON, July 18.--Their Majesties and the Princesses have given several aluminium articles, in response to Lord Beaverbrook's appeal. The Princesses ...

    Article : 36 words
  13. Britons Waiting with Zestful Anticipation of Hitler's Zero Hour

    LONDON, July 18.--War correspondents who were lately in France toured Britain's defences from the ...

    Article : 382 words
  14. Rumano-Bulgariari Relations Worse: Serious Position

    LONDON, July 19.--The Sofia correspondent of "The Times" says that Rumano-Bulgarian relations have suddenly become worse because of the failure of a Bulgarian proposal for direct negotiations between Sofia ...

    Article : 103 words
  15. All Quiet on News Front!

    LONDON, July 18. -- The Australian Associated Press advised last night that there is a dearth of news from all ...

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  16. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION

    CHICAGO, July 18. -- Mr. James A. Farley (Postmaster-General), who is chairman of the Democratic Party, and ...

    Article : 329 words
  17. CASKET DRAWING IN THE MORNING

    Golden Casket No. 640 will be drawn in the City Hall tomorrow (Saturday) morning. Country tickets are being ...

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  18. FRENCH SHIPS REQUISITIONED BY BRITAIN

    LONDON, July 18.--The Ministry of Shipping is requisitioning French merchant vessels in United Kingdom ports. These will sail under the British ...

    Article : 153 words
  19. Fight to Win" Goebbels Tells Troops

    LONDON, July 18.--A German news-agency, describing the triumphal march of a division of the German army through Berlin, says it is the first since ...

    Article : 118 words
  20. 15,000 U.S.A. AIRMEN WANT TO ENLIST IN CANADA

    OTTAWA, July 18. -- A Canadian Air Force official stated that at least 15,000 United States, citizens had ...

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  21. Hint U.S.A. May Not Recognise Retain Gov't.

    WASHINGTON, July 18. -- The Secretary to the Treasury (Mr. Henry Morgenthau) says that the ultimate disposal of ...

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  22. Military Situation Does Not Require Large-Scale Evacuation from Britain

    LONDON, July 18.--Speaking in the House of Commons to-day on the evacuation of children, the Prime Minister (Mr. Winston Churchill) said: "It is most undesirable that anything in the nature of a ...

    Article : 284 words
  23. Signing Imminent of Turko-German Trade Pact

    LONDON, July 18.--The Ankara correspondent of "The Times" reports that signature of the Turko-German trade agreement, announcement of which on June 13 caused a bombshell in ...

    Article : 181 words
  24. British Captures in Nth. Africa

    CAIRO. July 18.--A communique states: "A small raiding party of light mechanised forces yesterday raptured and destroyed Italian guns and a ...

    Article : 79 words
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