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  3. MR. MAKIN ATTACKS SOVIET FOR ABUSE OF VETO

    Expressing the view that one permanent member of the Security Council has used frequently the right of veto to thwart the will of the clear majority, mostly on matters not vital to the security of the Great Powers and ...

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  4. JEWISH 'GIRL IN RED' WANTED FOR BOMB OUTRAGE, JERUSALEM

    A Jewess, described as "the girl in red," is described as the main instigator of the explosion of three bombs in the central railway station of Jerusalem, which caused extensive damage and also killed a British constable who ...

    Article : 271 words
  5. ROYAL VISIT NOT EXPECTED BEFORE 1949

    Nothing is known officially in London regarding the visit of the Royal Family to Australia, as suggested in messages from Canberra, but it is believed the King and Queen wish to make the visit, says the "Daily Telegraph." ...

    Article : 94 words
  6. CHURCHILL DESCRIBED AS "RED BAITER"

    Mr. Churchill is the world's "great Red baiter" declared Mr. Henry Wallace, who recently resigned from the ...

    Article : 132 words
  7. AUSTRIA DEMANDS WITHDRAWAL OF ALLIED TROOPS

    At its first secret session since 1918, the Austrian Parliament carried a motion unanimously, demanding the withdrawal of all ...

    Article : 83 words
  8. COMPLAINT OF ALBANIA NOT JUSTIFIED

    The Foreign Office considers that Albania has no grounds to protest to U.N.O. that British warships had entered Albanian ...

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  9. FARMER BROUGHT WRONG BUCKET OF MONEY TO P.O.

    The General Post Office reports an old farmer entered a post office at Cardiganshire and handed over a bucket full of money to the clerk, ...

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  10. JAPS MOBILISED BEFORE OUTBREAK OF WAR

    Japan began mobilising on September 12, 1941, for attacks on Britain, America and Dutch, possessions in the Pacific, and ...

    Article : 91 words
  11. U.S. PROTESTS AT BRITISH AGREEMENT WITH ARGENTINE

    The United States has objected to Britain regarding sections of the Anglo-Argentine agreement which are considered to violate the promise ...

    Article : 127 words
  12. GORING'S FINAL LETTERS NOT TO BE PUBLISHED

    The Allied Control Council decided that Goring's suicide letters, written in a cell at Nuremberg, will not be published. ...

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  13. TRAVEL BAN LIFTED IN GERMANY

    The Allied Control Council has taken another step towards breaking down the barrier between the Russian and Western zones by ...

    Article : 63 words
  14. FILIPINO CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATED BY U.S. PROVOSTS

    Charges by several hundred Palawan Island residents that United States military police, who did not have search warrants, raided 65 ...

    Article : 78 words
  15. TEMPERANCE COUNCIL SUING RADIO FOR GLAMOURISING WINES

    The National Temperance Prohibition Council has filed a suit in the Federal Court against the Columbia Broadcasting System for 15 million ...

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  16. ANNAMESE ATTACK FRENCH POSTS

    The French Newsagency reported from Saigon that Annamese forces attacked French posts around Saigon three hours before the armistice ...

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  17. BRITAIN TO HAVE CENTRAL DEFENCE ORGANISATION

    "Nothing was further from the truth" declared the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) in the House of Commons when referring to suggestions ...

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  18. NEW ATHLETIC RECORD FOR 300 YARDS

    Denis Shore, who competed in the Empire Games in Sydney in 1938, created a world record of 29.9 seconds for 300 yards. ...

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  19. Soviet Officials Gaoled for Neglect

    The Moscow correspondent of the B.U.P. stated that a further 14 Soviet officials had been sentenced in a continuation of the campaign against ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. DUTCH CONSCRIPTION FOR N.E.I.

    The Dutch Lower Chamber passed a bill providing for conscription of Dutch soldiers for service in the Netherlands East Indies. ...

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  21. U.S. WILLING TO JOIN IN DISARMAMENT PLAN

    The preparedness of the United States to co-operate fully with other nations in disarmament, was indicated by the Secretary of State (Mr. Byrnes) who emphasised that there would be no repetition of the mistake made after the first World War when ...

    Article : 397 words
  22. AUSTRALIAN WAR BRIDE ON PROBATION

    Irene Rae Goodchild, a 19-year-old Australian bride, who arrived on August 7 was placed on probation for 12 months at Plymouth for ...

    Article : 73 words
  23. Six Years' Gaol for Correspondent

    The Yugoslav Newsagency announced that Milivoje Naumovic, correspondent for the British United Press, has been sentenced to six ...

    Article : 59 words
  24. RECORD SPEED FOR CAR

    LONDON, Thursday.—A world's record of 159 m.p.h. for 750 c.c. class cars was established by Major Gardner in a supercharged MG over a ...

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  25. WESTERN POWERS SEEK DETAILS ON DEPORTATIONS

    The British and American representatives on the Co-ordinating Committee of the Allied Control Council, at a meeting on Tuesday, requested ...

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  26. TIME-BOMBS SHATTER BRITISH EMBASSY

    Two heavy time-bombs exploded in the British Embassy early this morning, tearing a gaping hole in the front of the ...

    Article : 238 words
  27. TRADING IN COTTON SUSPENDED

    Trading on New York and New Orleans Cotton Exchanges was suspended yesterday to prevent panio selling and to enable a calm survey ...

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  28. SOVIET CHANGE OF FRONT ON SPAIN

    The Polish delegate (Lange) has notified the Security Council of his intention to raise next week the question of removing the Spanish ...

    Article : 79 words
  29. McCUE DROPPED FROM ENGLISH RUGBY TEAM

    Tommy McCue, who was one of the successes of the English Rugby League visit in Australia as scrumhalf, has been dropped from the team ...

    Article : 80 words
  30. MOROCCANS APPEAL TO U.N.O.

    The Tangier-Moroccan Unity Party has sent a telegram to the General Secretary of U.N.O, drawing attention to the grave situation of a ...

    Article : 48 words
  31. NEW DIRECTOR OF NATIVE AFFAIRS

    The Commonwealth Public Service Board has approved the appointment of Mr. F. H. Moy, aged 33, as Commonwealth Director of Native Affairs ...

    Article : 108 words
  32. Disclosures Will Remove Suspicion, Declares Churchill

    Receiving the freedom of the City of Birmingham and several other cities and towns at his home in Kent, as he was unable to attend all ...

    Article : 119 words
  33. "SQUATTERS" BOUND OVER

    The "squatters" who appeared at the Old Bailey on charges of conspiracy were found guilty on all counts and bound over for two years. ...

    Article : 79 words
  34. MAJOR BATTLE SOON FOR CHINESE BASE

    Government troops made four amphibious landings pear Chefoo and a major battle appears to be developing for this Communist base. ...

    Article : 67 words
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