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  3. Leading Figures At United Nations General Assembly meeting

    Leading personalities at the second annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly at Flushing Meadows. New York:—Top left—The head of the British delegation, Mr. Hector McNeil. with the permanent UK representative (Sir Alexander Cadogan). Top right—The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister (M. Vyshinsky) talking to Sir Hartley Shaweross (Britain). Lower left—The Prime Minister of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The necessity for immediate stop-gap aid for Europe was emphasised by President Truman at a press conference yesterday, when he appealed to the American people to conserve food in ...

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  5. U.K. TO QUIT PALESTINE Decision Announced To U.N.

    The British Secretary for the Colonies (Mr. Arthur Creech Jones) announced today that Britain had decided to relinquish her mandate over Palestine and would withdraw all troops and ...

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    In the last fortnight the Australian Public Opinion Polls has asked 1,700 people throughout all six States how ...

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  7. 700 War Service Homes For S.A.

    War service homes construction was being accelerated and during the current financial year 5,040 homes would be ...

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  8. Jewish Terrorists Crab £45.000

    Jewish' terrorists killed four British policemen and stole £45,000 sterling outside Barclay's Bank today, says British United Press. The British policemen were in an armored car ...

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  9. U.N. Resolution On Balkans

    The United Stales, supported by Britain, demanded at the meeting of the General Assembly's Political Committee today, that Albania and Bulgaria be debarred from participation ...

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  10. Shipping Tie Up Threat

    The marine engineers' dispute, now in its seventh month, seems certain to culminate next week in an almost ...

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  11. Lt. Mountbatten Chooses Consul As Best Man

    Lt. Mountbatten's best man at his marriage to HRH Princess Elizabeth on November 20 will be bis cousin, the Marquess of Milford ...

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    Officers of both the Commonwealth Bank and the Post Office had approached him suggesting a strike on the day nominated by ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. Minister's Warning On Petrol Cuts

    The Minister for Supply (Senator Ashley) warned tonight that further cuts in the petrol ration could be avoided ...

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  14. Constable Bitten By Arrested Man

    While Plainclothes Constables Horsnell and W. O'Brien were escorting to the City Watchhouse last night a man whom they had ...

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    Australian aircraft engineers have designed a three-engined aeroplane specially suitable for outback areas. It is ...

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    A reduction in the retail price of icecream in packets has been ordered by the Commonwealth Prices Commissioner (Mr. M. E. ...

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    Roofing tiles would be imported from India to assist in relieving the shortage of roofing materials in Australia, the Minister for ...

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  18. Four More Petitions For Parliament

    Four more petitions protesting against the Government's nationalisation of banking proposals were presented and read in the House of ...

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  19. Coober Pedy Opals By Air To U.S.

    One of the most valuable cargo consignments ever handled by Trans-Australia Airlines left Adelaide yesterday for New York, via ...

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    Australia was contracting her canned meat production to help meet Britain's request to send as much meat as possible in carcase ...

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  21. Aid Sought Front Hitler's Doctor

    An Englishman suffering from a form of paralysis has written for help to Hitler's doctor. Karl Brandt, who is a ...

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  22. Swept To Death While Fishing

    A Sydney fireman was swept to death off the rocks below South Head lighthouse by a freak wave which rose out of a calm sea. ...

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  23. Mystery Of Platypus Caught At Berri

    Early on Tuesday morning. Mr. O. Ungram. a fisherman, of Berri. went to the bank of the Murray to follow his ...

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  24. Another Good Day On Coalfields

    Today was another good production day on the NSW coalfields. Two mines only were idle—Maitland Main on the northern field ...

    Article : 49 words

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