TOKYO, Mon.—Capt. Anthony Feith (35), Commander of a U.S. Air Force RB29 shot down yesterday by two Soviet-built MIGs, said today that the plane was "never closer than 15 miles" to ...Article : 406 words
CANBERRA, Mon.—The Leader of the Opposition (Dr. Evatt) tonight accused the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) of breaking down the system of arbitration and ...Article : 577 words
This copy of The West Australian is delivered to you punctually, but only half of the people in your street have received one. Will you please give it to one of your neighbours, temporarily ...Article : 118 words
WASHINGTON, Mon.—The Senate Republican leader (Senator Knowland) predicted to-day that there would be more ...Article : 152 words
The waterfront strike, now one week old, has thrown at least 350 men out of work at ...Article : 447 words
MELBOURNE, Mon.—The conference of 18 waterfront and maritime unions is expected tomorrow to support the waterside stoppage but is not likely at this stage to call in other unions to join the strike. The conference was ...Article : 442 words
SYDNEY, Mon.—More than 1,500 singing, shouting and stamping wharf labourers invaded the office of the "Daily ...Article : 216 words
The impact of the waterside strike on East-West air freighting had not yet developed into a clear picture though, if the ...Article : 201 words
LONDON, Mon.—Australians working their way home "on a voluntary basis" will help to sail a 98-ton River Dart ...Article : 181 words
PARIS, Monday.—Flying 3,000 miles alone in a light plane over an Atlantic swept by snow and rain, a 50-year-old New Yorker-yesterday cut Lindbergh's record of 20 years ago by 11 hours 20 minutes. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 156 words
SYDNEY, Mon.—Waterside workers will not march on Parliament House. Canberra, tomorrow. ...Article : 108 words
The State Cabinet yesterday agreed to substitute holidays for Government employees at Christmas and the New Year. ...Article : 100 words
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