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  3. Bacon Factory Employees Seek To Form New Union

    BRISBANE, May 19.—The formation of a breakaway union from the Meat Employees' Union is planned by free labour now working at bacon factories. ...

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  4. Important Documents On Spain Submitted By U.S.

    NEW YORK, May 18.—The Associated Press says that the United States has submitted to the Security Council sub-committee investigating the Spanish situation a number of documents which it is said will be most ...

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  5. Britain's New And Lighter Loaf

    Picture taken at a London bakery shows the new loaf (right) being weighed with the old one, showing there is very little difference. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Naval ratings load the Fort Rosalie at Wooloomooloo. Sydney. The Fort Rosalie took naval stores to Hong Kong. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    NUREMBERG, May 18.—Admiral Raeder, formar German Navy Chief, giving evidence before the War Crimes Tribunal, strongly ...

    Article : 473 words
  8. Waterfront Dispute Fadden Indicts Forde For "Abdicating To Outlaws"

    BRISBANE, May 19.—"Following the customary practice of his Government, the Acting Prime Minister (Mr Forde) has, for the time being, ended the waterfront dispute hy abdicating to industrial ...

    Article : 573 words
  9. Bread May Be Rationed In Britain

    LONDON, Hay 18. — The Anglo-American food agreement, announced in Washington yesterday, may mean that Britain ...

    Article : 226 words
  10. Priority Wharf Work To Be Given Food Ships

    SYDNEY,May 19— It is expected that every available wharf worker will offer for work in the morning. Priority will be given to food ships for Britain ...

    Article : 554 words
  11. Ex-Nazi Officers In Red Army.

    LONDON, May 18.—The Russians are incorporating many German officers, who were ex-prisoners of war in ...

    Article : 131 words
  12. Chifley Says New, Capital Likely

    SYDNEY, May 19.— British Industrial leaders in many fields were ready and eager to establish subsidiary companies in Australia, ...

    Article : 202 words
  13. Rerort On Red Armv Withdrawal Still Awaited

    NEW YORK, May 18.—The Persian Premier (M. Ghavam) has notified the Secretary-General of the United Nations (M. Lye) ...

    Article : 179 words
  14. Jewish Immigrants Enter Palestine

    JERUSALEM, May 19. — The steamers Fede and Fenice carrving over 1000 Jewish emigrants from Spezia, including 200 pregnant ...

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    LONDON, May 16—His Majesty received delegates from the Farmers' Conference. Later, without a ...

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    LONDON, May 18.—The Labour Party, led by the Dutch Prime Minister (Professor Schermerhorn) suffered a setback in the general ...

    Article : 98 words
  17. Beasley Talks Of Unity In British Commonwealth

    LONDON, May 18.—The Australian High Commissioner (Mr Beasley), in a soeech at the opening of the Meet Australian Exhibition at Edinburgh, said: "If we do not remain a great Power we shall ...

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  18. Prisoner Of War Dog Awarded Medal

    The P.D.S.A., Allied Forces Mascot Club presented the Dickin Medal for Gallantry (the Animals' V.C.) to Judy, a pointer, the only dog known to have been officially registered as a British prisoner of war, having endured three and a half years' captivity in Japanesse prison, camps, at the headquarters of the Returned British Prisoners of War Association, Cadogan ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  19. U.S. Rail Strike Postponed

    WASHINGTON, May 18.—President Truman, a few minutes before 4 p.m.-the dead line for the start of the railway strike-announced that the Guards', Conductors', Drivers' and Firemen's Unions had agreed to a five-day postponement ...

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    LONDON, May 19.—The Anstralian film executive, Mr Edwin A. Cross, who stood outside Australia House with a sandwich board ...

    Article : 130 words
  21. Coal Shortage Dims Melbourne Shops

    MELBOURNE, May 19.—Because of the shortage of coal tor the production of electric light, Melbourne reverted to dim light, ...

    Article : 93 words
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