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  3. NEW JAP PREMIER TO BE ELECTED BY SOCIAL DEMOCRATS

    It is still not clear whether the Social Democrats will insist that, as their party is numerically the strongest in the House, the new Premier must come from their ranks, says the Tokyo correspondent of the "New York Times." ...

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  4. CHURCHILL DEFENDS TERM AS CHANCELLOR

    "The Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) described me as the most disastrous Chancellor of the century yet, during my tenure of office, the cost of ...

    Article : 191 words
  5. BRITISH SEARCH IN EGYPT FOR BORMANN

    A senior security official revealed that, as the result of a Scotland Yard signal, police are searching hotels and ...

    Article : 62 words
  6. U.S. TO CLAIM 30 PER CENT OF JAP EQUIPMENT

    The United States, it is reported, will claim 30 per cent, of all internal Japanese industrial equipment and assets available for reparations, says the United Press. The claim will be considered at a closed session of the ...

    Article : 360 words
  7. BACK AN REDS SEND SABOTEURS TO SUEZ CANAL

    A secret meeting on the Greece-Yugoslav border of Communists from Greece, Albania, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia ...

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  8. SWEDISH SHIP ADRIFT IN PACIFIC

    A navy tug was despatched yesterday to aid the Swedish motorship, Mattiawunga, 5,766 tons, which is adrift, 400 miles cast from Honolulu ...

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  9. REFRIGERATION SPACE FOR FOOD SHIPMENTS

    There was ample refrigeration space to accommodate all perishable cargoes for shipment for Britain, said the chairman of the Tonnage ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. Jewish Agency To Launch Drive Against Terrorists

    The Jewish Agency announced in Jerusalem the inauguration of an invigorated drive against terrorism. It announced that it will try to reach down on to youth movements and by systematic education dry up the evil stream of ideas which develops.into ...

    Article : 453 words
  11. WALL STREET MUST PROVIDE ANSWER TO INFLATION

    The Initiative in combating inflation must come from Wall Street not Hain Street, declared Mr. La Guardia in a broadcast in which he described ...

    Article : 112 words
  12. CONTRABAND JEWELS IN BOTTOM OF CHINESE VASE

    Police found 250,000 dollars worth of contraband jewels concealed in a false bottom of a Chinese porcelain vase, sent by air from Bangkok to ...

    Article : 85 words
  13. U.S. TOOK FIRM STAND IN TALKS WITH SOVIET

    Entering the White House for an Important foreign policy conference between President Truman, the Secretary of State (General Marshall), ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. FRENCH CATHOLICS AGAINST DE GAULLE

    The President of the Catholic Party (M. Schumann) refused to endorse General De Gaulle's Rally of the French People. ...

    Article : 53 words
  15. SOUTHERN PACIFIC TRAIN DE-RAILED

    Sixteen cars of the Southern Pacific Argonaut passenger train, bound for New Orleans, was derailed last night, injuring about 30 passengers. ...

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  16. FASCISTS ARRESTED IN ITALY

    Police larrestcd at least a dozen persons in Rome and 37 at Ferrara, when they left churches, singing Fascist songs after celebration of ...

    Article : 86 words
  17. SEARCH FOR LOST SHIP ABANDONED

    After sending out two planes the R.A.F. has abandoned the search for a small British-India Steam Navigation Company's steamship, Sir ...

    Article : 52 words
  18. NEW PLANS FOR SUBDIVISION OF INDIA

    During their negotiations the Viceroy and Indian leaders reached six conclusions on the future of India. The conclusions will be discussed at further meetings, then reported to London and announced about May 31. ...

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  19. MONK NOT AT GIRL'S BEATIFICATION

    A monk, who murdered a girl 45 years ago, did not attend the beatification of his victim as he had intended. ...

    Article : 75 words
  20. WORKERS MUST ABANDON OUT-MODED IDEAS

    Unless the Government, and the rank and file of the trade unions faced the realities of the situation and abandoned outmoded ideas, the present experiment of democratic socialism would fail and the country would face an acute crisis, declared ...

    Article : 204 words
  21. NEW BRITISH MINISTER VISITS BERLIN

    "I come in a spirit of goodwill. My political outlook is founded on Christianity, both regarding justice and mercy, but with an eye mainly, on ...

    Article : 159 words
  22. WOOL EXHIBITION HELD IN CANADA

    Exhibits, aimed to illustrate the adaptability and versatility of wool were presented by the International Wool Secretariat at a luncheon given ...

    Article : 150 words
  23. DEATH SENTENCES FOR UKRAINIANS

    A summer military court at Przemysl sentenced to death five members of the U.P.A.(Ukrainian Nationalist Band). ...

    Article : 63 words
  24. PORT OF LONDON IDLE THROUGH STRIKE

    Big food ships, which should be docked at London, are being diverted to Liverpool and South Wales because 10,000 stevedores and ...

    Article : 219 words
  25. CHINESE REDS CAPTURE CITY OF TAIAN

    Communists captured the city of Taian, a strategic base 45 miles south from Tsinan, which is the capital of the Shantung Province, on Saturday morning, thus dealing a disastrous blow to Government hopes of ending the civil war in three months. ...

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  26. ARGENTINE WHEAT SALES TO BRITAIN

    Board of Trade accounts show that during March, Britain paid £34/17/auiiug Aro-entine wheat, £20/2/for Canadian and £28/0/- for United ...

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  27. AUSTRIA CRITICAL OF MOSCOW TALKS

    The Moscow conference was not a success, said the Foreign Minister (Gruber) in a broadcast. He added that if ever ta free, democratic ...

    Article : 98 words
  28. AUSTRALIAN HELD FOR 6 MONTHS IN PRISON

    The Department of External Affairs has called for a report from the Australian Legation in China into an alleged ill treamtent by Chinese of ...

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  29. BRITISH HAND OVER SIX YUGOSLAVS

    British military authorities in Trieste have handed to the Yugoslav authorities, six Yugoslav wanted men, says the Yugoslav Newsagency. ...

    Article : 97 words
  30. ANZAC DAY SERVICE IN BRAZIL

    Members of the diplomatic corps and Allied servicemen attended a special Anzac Day service at the British Church here yesterday. ...

    Article : 52 words
  31. GUARD GAOLED FOR ASSAULT

    TOKYO, Monday. — For beating and kicking two Australian and four Allied prisoners of war, Bunhachi Banio, a civilian guard at a ...

    Article : 57 words
  32. TO AID MEAT APPEAL FOR BRITAIN

    SYDNEY, Monday.—To aid in conserving meat for Britain, all hotels and holiday resorts under Government control will institute a ...

    Article : 40 words
  33. INDIAN DAVIS CUP TEAM

    BRUSSELS, Monday.—The Indian Davis Cup team, in a friendly match, defeated a Belgian team by four games to three. ...

    Article : 25 words
  34. CYCLONE HITS LOWER BURMA

    RANGOON, Monday.—A cyclone struck 28 villages in Lower Burma. Five thousand houses were destroyed in and around the harbour town of ...

    Article : 24 words
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