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  4. RUSSIA MAY HAVE ATOMIC BOMB BY 1952

    WASHINGTON, Sunday: The United States High Command, according to the United Press, has drafted a 50 year defence programme based on the belief that Russia will have the atomic bomb by 1952 and that continent-type jumping atomic rockets will be ready by 1977. ...

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  5. DETECTIVES BUSY ON SYDNEY MURDER MYSTERY

    SYDNEY, Sunday: Detectives engaged on the Crow's Nest murder case are now investigating a report that a man was seen standing outside the Catholic Church on the night ...

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  6. Flying Saucer Got Away

    NEW YORK, Sunday: Flying saucers hit the front pages of the Sunday papers, with a report from a ...

    Article : 98 words
  7. FAST NEW RED FIGHTER

    WASHINGTON, Sunday: The trade magazine, Aviation Weekly, reported to-day that Russia has a new ...

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  8. 'Australians Lazy and Irresponsible'

    MELBOURNE, Sunday: Australia's reliance on war-wracked Britain for houses, coal, clothing, tobacco and cigarettes was ...

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  9. Left-Wing Plan for Germany

    LONDON, Sunday: Left-wing Labor member of Parliament, Mr Zilliacus, who is an opponent of ...

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  10. REVOLT FAILS IN SIAM

    BANGKOK, Sunday: Siam yesterday came through another of its personal coups--bloodless as ...

    Article : 144 words
  11. 19 Killed In Flying Boat Crash

    OSLO (Norway), Sunday: Nineteen people, including three small children and their mothers, were killed when a ...

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  12. Not Much time to Bridle Atom

    PARIS, Sunday: General McNaughton, Canada's delegate on the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, ...

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  13. British Killed While Swimming

    SINGAPORE, Sunday: -- One officer, one non-commissioned officer and two privates of the King's Own Yorkshire light infantry ...

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  14. RECREATIONAL CENTRES FOR WORKERS

    SYDNEY, Sunday: The State Minister for Lands, Mr. W. F. Sheehan, announced at a Six-Hour Day dinner at Sydney ...

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  15. MUST DESTROY ALL ATOMIC BOMBS, OR NONE

    LONDON, Sunday: Investigation by an international control agency, to discover precisely which nations possess the atomic bomb secret, was suggested by M. Ramadier ...

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  16. Ward Declares

    SYDNEY, Sunday: Nationalisation of banking was a fundamental of Labor's policy, the Federal Minister for Transport, Mr E. J. Ward, said last night. Without it, Labor could not exercise political power. ...

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  17. NEW URANIUM SOURCE DISCOVERED

    NEW YORK, Sunday: Columbia University announced today the discovery of a new green mineral, rich in uranium. ...

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  18. BIG BUSHFIRE NEAR BRISBANE

    BRISBANE, Sunday: A bushfire which broke out at Tarragindi, South Brisbane, today kept firemen from two fire brigades busy ...

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  21. BRITISH BERLIN CASE READY; STATEMENT BY RED COMMANDER

    LONDON, Sunday: The British Foreign Minister, Mr. Bevin, after a day of intensive conferences, is reported to be satisfied that Britain's side of the case against Russia on the Berlin blockade dispute is practically ready for the Security Council tomorrow. ...

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  22. WANTS DIGGERS IN BERLIN

    BERLIN, Sunday: Sir Rupert Shoobridge, president of the Tasmanian legislative Council, and one of the members of the ...

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  23. KEEPING SOME AIR RAID SHELTERS

    LONDON, Sunday: The Sunday Express said that a Home Department official stated that, in certain cases, orders had been given ...

    Article : 61 words
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