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  4. U. S. And Canada For Security Pact

    Mr Brooke Claxton, Canada's Defence Minister, announced recently that Canada and the United States will join ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. CALWELL WILL INSIST "MANILA" ' GIRLS RETURN

    CANBERRA, Wednesday: The Minister for Information, Mr Calwell, today accused the American Embassy in Canberra and the American Army of failing to respect an undertaking to return five ...

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  6. FEAR OF RUSSIA KEY TO ATOMIC BREACH

    PARIS, Wednesday : The British Minister for State, Mr Hector McNeil, told Russia that Britain and the United States would not agree to hand over information on atomic bomb or destroy their stocks, "because we all fear Russia." ...

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  7. U. S. Would Discuss Germany if Berlin Blockade Lifted

    PARIS, Wednesday: M. Vishinsky (Russia) was present when the Security Council resumed the debate on the Berlin situation today, although yesterday he made it clear that Russia would not take part in a discussion of ...

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  8. Questions On ANA Airliner

    CANBERRA, Wednesday: Mr O'Byrne (Lab, Tasmania) asked in the Senate today whether an extra load of six passengers, ...

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  9. "Monty's" View on War Risk

    LONDON, Wednesday: The Chief of the Imperial General Staff, Field-Marshal Montgomery, speaking at a ...

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  10. Good Wishes Fell on Deaf Ears

    PARIS, Wednesday: The Syrian delegate, El Khoury, fell sound asleep during M. Vyshinsky's speech in the Security Council. ...

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  11. To be Wide Probe On Leakages

    CANBERRA, Wednesday : The security probe ordered by the Prime Minister, Mr Chifley, into the ...

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  12. AUSTRALIAN MANUFACTURERS' DISADVANTAGES

    CANBERRA, Wednesday: Australian manufacturers are facing disadvantages in competing with the ...

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  13. BULGARIAN APPEAL TO EVATT

    SOFIA, Wednesday: The UNO Association of Bulgaria has sent a telegram to Dr. Evatt, as president of the UNO General ...

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  14. LEWIS MAKES BITTER ATTACK ON TRUMAN

    CINCINNATTI, Wednesday :Mr. John L Lewis, president of the United Mine workers Union whose ...

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  15. GAS CHAMBER DEATH SENTENCE

    LOS ANGELES, Wednesdays : Tommy Kawakita, 28, American-born interpreter in a wartime Japanese prison camp, was sentenced to death today for reason. Federal judge William Mathes sentenced Kawakita ...

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  16. BEVIN RETURNS TO LONDON

    LONDON, Wednesday: The Foreign Minister, Mr. Ernest Bevin, was at work at the Foreign Office soon after his ...

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  17. SHIP AFIRE IN HARBOR

    COPENHAGEN, Wednesday: The British steamer, Takordian, has caught fire in Copenhagen. The vessel, which is aflame from ...

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  19. Machine-Gun and Mortar Training for Soviet Zone Police?

    BERLIN, Wednesday: The official German language United States Military Government newspaper, Die Neue Zeitung, today alleged that Russian zone police were being trained to use machine guns and mortars in ...

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  20. FRENCH COAL STRIKE TO CONTINUE

    PARIS, Wednesday: Leaders ol the Communist-led French Miners' Federation after talks with the Minister for Industry and ...

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  21. Big Rise in British Coal Output

    LONDON, Wednesday: Britain's coal output for the first 39 weeks of this year was 154,576,400 tons -- nearly 10 million tons more ...

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  22. PERU OUTLAWS PEOPLE'S PARTY

    LIMA (Peru): The Left-wing People's Party, Apra, was outlawed today by an executive decree for allegedly "preparing ...

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  23. Bad Feeling Flares In Parliament

    CANBERRA, Wednesday: Bad feeling between the Government and the Opposition blazed openly in the House of Representatives tonight, when members were crossing the Chamber on a division on the Budget estimates. ...

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  26. Nizam Seeks to Recover Huge Sum

    NEW DELHI, Wednesday: An Indian Government press release announced that the Nizam of Hyderabad has asked the Indian ...

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