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  3. EARLY LIFTING OF COAL RESTRICTIONS LIKELY BY JOINT COAL BOARD

    The Joint Coal Board hopes soon, to ease restrictions on coal consumption as a result of fresh negotiations with mining unions to increase production. Coal, rationing, at present ...

    Article : 375 words
  4. Hiss Denies Charge of Being A Communist

    Alger Hiss, a former high-ranking State Department official, accused of heading a pre-war. ...

    Article : 140 words
  5. AGREEMENT REACHED WITH STALIN ON TALKS

    Reuters correspondent says that well-informed sources say that an agreement, in principle, has been reached in the East-West talks going on in Moscow, to hold a meering of the Foreign Ministers ...

    Article : 435 words
  6. SITUATION IN HYDERABAD DETERIORATES

    The Hyderabad situation had deteriorated during the past 48 hours and had developed too seriously for the Government of India to remain any longer indifferent to it, a Government spokesman declared. ...

    Article : 97 words
  7. DISCRETIONARY POWERS SOUGHT IN FRANCE

    It is expected that the Finance Minister (M. Reynaud) will ask Parliament for discretionary powers, ...

    Article : 96 words
  8. Australia Wins By Nine Wickets

    Deadly bowling by W. E. Mollies, of Warwickshire, who took 8/107, robbed Australia of any chance of a quick victory against ...

    Article : 469 words
  9. U.S. GOODWILL VISIT TO SINGAPORE

    The United States heavy cruiser, Toledo, accompanied by the destroyers Highbee and Chevalier, arrived in Singapore this ...

    Article : 55 words
  10. Israeli Invites Arabs for Talles On Jerusalem

    The Israeli Government has invited the Arab Government to peace negotiations in Palestine. Moshe Shertok, who handles ...

    Article : 124 words
  11. PRICE CONTROL IN AUSTRALIA PRAISED

    Mr. F. W. Fraser, Canadian Trade Commissioner to Australia arrived home on leave aboard the steamer Lakemba to-day. ...

    Article : 69 words
  12. RUSSIA FORECASTED AS POST-WAR PROBLEM

    In March, 1943, Mr. Anthony Eden, then British Foreign Secretary, told President Roosevelt at the White House that he thought Russia would be the United States and Britain's most difficult postwar problem. ...

    Article : 177 words
  13. BULL FIGHT MORE THRILLING THAN DAVIS CUP TENNIS

    Mexicans regard a bull fight as more thrilling than Davis Cup tennis in which their own team is playing; therefore, Sundays ...

    Article : 147 words
  14. Uranium Shipments To Russia Claimed

    A Congressional Committee was told that two shipments of uranium were sent to Russia at the height of atomic research in 1943. Representative John McDowell said the shipments followed tremendous pressure on all ...

    Article : 301 words
  15. 11 KILLED IN AIR COLLISION

    At least 11 persons were killed last night when a navy DC3 transport and a small trainer aircraft collided. ...

    Article : 64 words
  16. SUPER FORTS COMPLETE WORLD FLIGHT

    Two B29's landed at their home base to-day after circling the globe in 15 days. The journey was made in 10 ...

    Article : 69 words
  17. JAS. LANGRIDGE TOOK 14 WICKETS FOR 98 RUNS

    Sussex bowler, James Langridge, who took six Somerset wickets for 68 in the first innings did even better yesterday ...

    Article : 175 words
  18. TWO MURDERED BY TERRORISTS

    Communist, terrorists attacked Buodi tin mines in Trengganu State, Central Malaya, on Wednesday night. ...

    Article : 118 words
  19. MARSHALL'S EFFORTLESS WIN AT OLYMPIC GAMES

    Marshall swam effortlessly and with excellent judgment. He was second behind Stipetic, of Hungary at the 300 metres, but drew level at 800. He led by six yards at 1,000 metres and turned for ...

    Article : 669 words
  20. MACKENZIE KING READY TO RESIGN

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Mackenzie King) addressing the National Liberal Party convention, said he could not be drafted to continue as leader of the party. He declared the new leader ...

    Article : 119 words
  21. JAPANESE DRIVER MURDERED AT MacARTHUR'S OFFICE

    The Japanese driver for the British Commonwealth member of the Allied Council was murdered outside General ...

    Article : 135 words
  22. NO LICENCE FOR A.N.A. TO FLY TASMAN

    The explicit statement, that the Government will not grant a licence to the Australian National Airways to operate a regular air ...

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  23. U.S. LOAN TO U.N.O. FOR HEADQUARTERS

    Congress finally approved of a 65 million dollar loan-to the United Nations for the establishment of permanent headquarters in ...

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  24. RICE DESTROYED BY BURMESE REDS

    Burmese Communists destroyed 50,000 tons of rice at Bassein where British womens and children are evacuating Rangoon. ...

    Article : 57 words
  25. FINNS FLEE TO BRITAIN FROM RUSSIAN CONTROL

    Thirteen Finns who reached an east coast port in a 46-ton motor cargo boat said they were refugees from 'Russian domination" ...

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  26. HIGH REBEL TALKS IN MALAYA BEGIN TO-DAY

    High rebel talks will begin to-morrow between British Governors from South-East Asia at the residence of the ...

    Article : 116 words
  27. [?].A. WHEAT FARMERS TO VOTE ON PROPOSED POOL

    Wheat growers will be given an opportunity to vote on any wheat marketing legislation, the Premier (Mr. Playford) told a ...

    Article : 91 words
  28. MOTOR BOAT TO ATTEMPT TO CROSS ATLANTIC

    A Swedish motor boat, Ostervag, has left Stornaway, carrying 75 Polish and Estonian refugees, in an attempt to reach ...

    Article : 74 words
  29. Woman Sent To Reformatory

    At Palmerston North, Margaret Stuart Harvey was sentanced to 12 months' reformative detention on a charge of ...

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  30. DOCTOR ACQUITTED OF SHOOTING.

    MELBOURNE, Friday. Dr. Eugene Francis Fitzpatrick, 36, of Mentone, was dischared in the Geelong Court to-day, on a charge ...

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