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  3. Western Powers Must Not Yield To Soviet Says Mr. Churchill

    Mr. Winston Churchill warned constituents at Woodford that if Western Powers yielded on the Berlin issue, they would destroy the last remaining chance of escaping war. ...

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  4. THOUSANDS OF FRENCH' BURIED PREMATURELY

    Dr. Jean Huet told the Seine Department Council that, at least 80 persons were buried alive in the ...

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  5. SMUTS WARNS OF MOVE TO BREAK UNION DEFENCE

    Field-Marshal Smuts declared that the Nationalist Government's first actions indicated the intention to break down the Union's defence forces. Two actions, suggesting this, were, firstly, the lifting ...

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  6. ARAB-JEWISH CLASH IN PALESTINE

    The Arab-Jewish war reached full pitch yesterday for the first time since the truce ended at dawn on Friday. Both the Arabs and Jews announced victory in a big battle south of Lake Hula, in ...

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  7. WAR OF NERVES CONDUCTED IN BERLIN

    The Attorney-General (Sir Hartley Shawcross) warned that spine unintended spark may cause a ...

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  8. BULGARIA TO ATTEND DANUBE TALKS.

    LONDON, Sunday. A spokesman for the Bulgarian Government announced in Sofia that his nation will take part in the ...

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  9. Truman Certain Of Democratic Nomination

    The Democratic National Convention is certain to nominate President Truman for a further term as President. ...

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  10. MR. CHIFLEY VISITING BERLIN

    The Australian Prime Minister (Mr. Chifley) flew to Berlin to-day to confer with the British occupation authorities. He will be in consultation with General Robertson, Brigadier Galleghan and other members of the Australian ...

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  11. Germans Aid Russia In Atomic Research

    The American official newspaper in Berlin, "Neue Zeitung," said that famous German scientists are ...

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  12. END IN SIGHT OF FOOD SHORTAGES

    Officials of the International Food Council have reached the tentative conclusion that the food situation, apart [?] Asia, is ...

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  13. Britain Ignores Soviet Transport Order

    It was reve[?]d officially that the [?] Militry Government decided to ignore completely the Russian order that A[?]d vehicles, travelling between Berlin and the Western zones, must have a ...

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  14. COMMUNISTS BAN ON YUGOSLAVIA CONFERENCE

    The American Associated Press reports that the French, Italian and Hungarian Communists refused to attend the Yugoslavia ...

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  15. U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM WEAKENED

    Two sprinters, Barney Jewell, and Mel Patton, and the middle distance dual winner, Mac Whitfield won the right to lead one ...

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  16. COMMUNISTS EXPLOITING DISCONTENT

    The Chan[?]or of the Exchequer (Sir Stafford Cripps) in a speech last night said that in almost ...

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  17. Darwin Crowded With Migrants

    Airport facilities were taxed to their utmost to-night with the arrival of two air liners with immigrants from overseas. ...

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  18. BARNES COLLAPESED IN THIRD TEST

    In the play yesterday against England in the third Test, Barnes who was injured the previous day, collapsed after batting 20 minutes for one, and he was assisted to the pavilion after being prostrate with pain. Doctors, who ...

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  19. INSURGENTS KILLED IN MALAYA

    Three insurgents were killed this morning and 15 captured outside Kuala Lumpur during a police and Ghurka sweep against ...

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  20. MOTOR VESSEL SANK IN EXPLOSION

    Damaged by an explosion early this morning the motor vessel Lochiel was scuttled at Hemming Point, off the North ...

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  21. BRITISH MIGRANTS ON AUSTRALIA WILL GO FOREIGN

    Mr. B.L. Honriques, magistrate at the East London Juvenile Court said at the annual conference of the National Association ...

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  22. GREEK DRIVE ON COMMUNISTS NOW AT STANDSTILL

    The Greek Government has asked the United States Government for more military assistance against General Markos's ...

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  23. DAVIS CUP TEAM AT HAVANA

    The Australian Davis Cup team arrived yesterday from New York, completing a week-long air trip from Australia in somewhat ...

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  24. GOVERNMENT FOR KOREA[?]

    The Tass Agency reported from the Soviet-occupied zone of Northern Korea that a meeting of political parties decided to ...

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  25. AUSTRALIANS DOMINATED ATHLETIC MEETING

    Australian athletes dominated the challenge cup meeting of the London Athletic Club at Hotspur Park yesterday. ...

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  26. AUSTRALIAN PEACE TREATIES

    Moscow Radio said that the Australian Minister to Moscow (Mr. Watts) yesterday passed to the Soviet Deputy Foreign ...

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  27. OPPOSITION TO MASS DEPORTATION

    Lady Rhys [?], s[?]king at the Royal Empire Society's summer school at Oxford, declared the placing of important ...

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  28. AUSTRALIA MAY REIMPOSE BAN

    If Australian Communists are prepared to condone murder they will commit, it warns the newspaper, "Sunday Times." ...

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  29. BRITAIN OUT OF DAVIS CUP

    Britain was eliminated from the Davis Cup when Sweden won the doubles to lead 3-nil. Bergelin and Johansson ...

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  30. PAVEY IN FORM AT SHOOTING

    P. A. Pavey (Victoria) scored a possible 50 firing 10 shots at 200 yards in a qualifier competition at Bisley. ...

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  31. U.S. CON[?] DENIES DISSENSION IN JOINT EXPEDITION

    The American Consul in Adelaide (Mr. Elvin Seibert) to-day denied reports of dissension among members of the ...

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  32. BRITAIN WILLING TO ARBITRATE ON HONDURAS

    A Foreign Office spokesman said that Guatemala renewed its claims to British Honduras in a Note handed to the British ...

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  33. ENGLISH CRICKET

    Kent 116 v. Surrey 3/200; Essex 318 v. Nottinghamshire 0/1; Sussex 4/300 v. Hampshire; Middlesex 219 v. Yorkshire 0/58; ...

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  34. AUSTRALIANS IN DOUBLES FINAL

    Bromwich and Sedgman (Australia) entered the final of the International championship doubles by defeating Destremeau ...

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  35. WARREN BOYD ILL

    Warren Boyd, Australian swimming sprint champion, withdrew from the final of the British 100 yards championship because of ...

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  36. AUSTRALIANS FAIL TO QUALIFY

    Australians failed to qualify for the final of the cycling Grand Prix at Vincennes. Lack of practice was blamed ...

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