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  3. British Plane Shot Down

    SINGAPORE, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—A British mercy plane with two tons of medicines from Singapore for wounded Republicans was shot down by two Dutch fighters late yesterday over the Jogjakarta airfield, according to a Republican communique. ...

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  4. Footballers Reach Devonport

    N.S.W., Queensland, S.A. and Canberra footballers arrived at Devonport on Tuesday on the Nairana to take part in the Australian football carnival at Hobart. Top: Players lining the promenade deck of the Nairana as she berths. Lower:' Group of Canberra players at Devonport before entraining for Hobart. Canberra was outclassed by the more experienced N.S. Wales side yesterday ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. AUSTRALIA TO BRING DUTCH

    CANBERRA, WEDNESDAY.—THE COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT TODAY TOOK ITS FIRST BIG STEP IN INTERVENTION IN THE DUTCH-INDONESIAN DISPUTE. THE PRIME MINISTER (MR. CHIFLEY) ANNOUNCED THAT AUSTRA... ...

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  6. Awaiting Decision on Jewish Migrants

    PORT d'BOUC, Wednesday (A.A.P.).—Twelve Jewish refugees put ashore from the convoy which arrived yesterday have agreed to re... ...

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  7. Further Dutch Successes

    KALIWUNGA, 15 miles west of Semarang, has been occupied by Dutch troops. Troops advancing from Medan, ...

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  8. PRESSURE ON MR. ATTLEE

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.).—Reuter's industrial correspondent says the announcement on the eve of the British Parliamentary Labor Party's "crisis meeting" that Field-Marshal Lord Montgomery is hurrying home is linked in London with reports that the looming ...

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  9. Defence Becoming Impossible

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A. J P.)—Professor M. L. Oliphant, Birmingham University's atom bomb expert, said: "It looks ...

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  10. BAN ON SUPPLY OF WAR MATERIALS

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.Reuter).—Mr. Ernest Bevin, in the House of Commons, told Mr. Driberg that Britain had prohibited ...

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  11. BRITISH SOLDIERS HANGED FROM TREES

    JERUSALEM, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — An anonymous telephone caller claiming to be a spokesman for the Irgun Zwai Leumi told the Associated Press office in Tel Aviv that the two British servants, Clifford Martyn and Mervyn Paicc, were hanged from a ...

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  12. Armed Men Hold Up Train

    AMRITSAR, Wednesday (A.A.P.Reuter).—Twenty men armed with rifles, revolvers and swords held up a train near Amritsar last night and ...

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  13. KING ALLOWS HUTS TO REMAIN

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).—The King has given permission for 12 large former R.A.F. huts in Sunninghill ...

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  14. Premature Collection of German Assets

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.).— Reuter's diplomatic correspondent says Britain has presented a Note to Russia protesting against her pre... ...

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  15. BOMBER CRASHES

    EGLINFIELD (Florida), Wednesday (A.A.P.).—A four-engined bomber crashed soon after taking off from here to-day, killing nine mem... ...

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  16. Emergency Squad May Be Formed

    LONDON, Wednesday.—The "Daily Mail's" political correspondent says Mr. Attlee contemplates the establish... ...

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  17. GAVE BRITISH MINOR TASK

    NEW YORK, Wednesday (A.A.P.).—Fleet Admiral Halsey, in the "Saturday Evening Post," says the British Navy was given unimport... ...

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  19. OPPOSED TO VETO IN TREATY

    TOKIO, Wed. (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Strong opposition to use of the veto or formulation of the peace treaty by the Big ...

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  20. Steel Price Rise Will Hit Consumers

    NEW YORK, Wednesday (A.A.P.).—Price increases ranging between 5 and 10 dollars a ton, announced to-day by the United ...

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  21. FINED FOR ENSLAVING MAID

    SAN DIEGO (California, Wednesday (A.A.P.).—Elizabeth Ingails, a prominent Boston society woman, was sentenced to ...

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  22. ROYAL INSPECTION OF SCOUTS

    LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.Reuter).—Australia, South Africa and Canada had only token representatives at an inspection by the ...

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  23. World Convention of Disciples of Christ

    BUFFALO (New York), Wednesday (A.A.P).—Thirty-five delegates from Australia and New Zealand arrived yesterday to attend the ...

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  25. RUSSIA VETOES U.S.

    LAKE SUCCESS, Wednesday (A.A.P.). — Russia vetoed a United States proposal to maintain a Balkans border commis... ...

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  26. 12 KILLED WHEN BEAUTY PARLOR BLOWS UP

    HARRISONBURG (Virginia), Wednesday (A.A.P.).—A shattering explosion, believed to have been caused by gas, to-day ...

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  27. COSTS TOO MUCH TO BUILD SHIPS

    NEW YORK. Wednesday. (A. A.P.)—The "Wall Street Journal" says steel price increases and costly labor threaten to ...

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  28. JOHNNY WEISMULLER KILLED

    ACAPULCO (Mexico) Wednesday. (A.A.P.)—Johnny Weismuller was killed yesterday during the filming of "Tarzan and the Sirens. ...

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