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  4. First U.S. Low-Priced Television Set

    This is said to be the first moderately, priced television receiving set (A£20) to be made in quantity. It reproduces a 5 x 7 picture. Rose Clare Leonard is shown "tuning in" at the first public postwar showing, held in a New York city department store. The ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    LONDON, Thurs.--A great volume of German secret documents which have never been made public will be submitted during the trial of the Nazi war criminals, says an American Associated Press report from Nuremberg. ...

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  6. Situation Tense In Bandoeng

    BATAVIA, Thurs.--the situation in Bandoeng is reported to be tense. British communique stated that after a prolonged period of comparative quiet, there was ...

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  7. Electricity Bill Will Be Found Unconstitutional

    SYDNEY, Thurs.--The validity of the Electricity Development Bill would be challenged and the measure would be ...

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  8. Resignation Of Greek Regent

    ATHENS, Thurs.--The Greek Regent, Archbishop Damaskinos, has resigned and a new Government is being formed under the ...

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  9. Replacements Needed For Garrison Troops

    CANBERRA, Thurs.--To keep Australia's 75,000 garrison troops up to strength at least 5200 replacements will have to be provided every month, said the Minister for the Army, Mr. Forde, to-day, explaining the Government's decision to invite civilians, as ...

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  10. Why U.S. Marines Are In China

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.-- The Secretary for State, Mr. Byrnes, revealed that Marines were in China because the United States ...

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  11. Premiers Will Discuss Uniform Taxation

    CANBERRA, Thurs.--Uniform taxation is likely to be the principal topic for discussion at the next Premiers' conference, which ...

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  12. Major Points Near Solution

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.--British and American officials said major points in the loan to Britain were near solution. ...

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  13. New Administrator Of Norfolk Island

    SYDNEY, Thurs.--The appointment of Alex Wilson, Independent Victorian member of the Federal Parliament, as Administrator ...

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    LONDON, Thurs.--An operation for appendicitis was successfully performed on H.R.H. Princess Margaret Rose, this morning, ...

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  15. Not To Visit Australia

    MR. CHURCHILL. LONDON, Thurs.--The report that Mr. Churchill was contemplating a visit to Australia and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Strain 19 Vaccine Available

    SYDNEY, Thurs. -- Strain 19 vaccine for the innoculation of calves in an effort to build up immunity against contagious ...

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  18. Control Of Atomic Energy

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.--President Truman, at a Press conference, suggested members of the proposed United Nations' ...

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  19. Britain And U.S.

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.--Admiral Royal Ingersell was sent to London abort January, 1940, to discuss reasonable steps by Britain and America in the event of them becoming associated in war, Admiral Richardson told the Pearl Harbour inquiry yesterday. ...

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  20. Transport Strike In Washington

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.--President Truman has ordered the Government seizure of the Washington transportation system. He denounced the bus and tram drivers' walkout as a blow at the very roots of organised Government. ...

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  21. Underground Car Parks

    LONDON, Thurs.--Huge underground car parks--Aladdin's caves--will be built under cities and big towns to keep cars off ...

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  22. Dairy Production Below Target

    SYDNEY, Thurs.--Latest official figures on dairy production trends in N.S.W suggest the production of dairy products during ...

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  23. Nationalist Gains In Southern Manchuria

    CHUNGKING, Thurs.--Nationalist forces sweeping across. Southern Manchuria advanced 60 miles without opposition, and now threaten the Communist-held port of Hulutao. Communists alleged the Nat- ...

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  24. Missing Meteor

    LONDON, Thurs.--The missing R.A.F pilot who, it was believed, "stole" the missing Meteor, is a fighter pilot, Lieut. John Adam, ...

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  25. Retirement Of U.S. Ambassador In Spain

    WASHINGTON, Thurs.--It was announced by the Secretary of State, Mr. Byrnes, that Normal Armour, Ambassador in Spain, is ...

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  26. Command British Forces In Japan

    CANBERRA, Thurs.--British authorities will agree to the appointment of Lieut.-General Northcott as commander of all ...

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