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  3. SERVICE CHIEFS PRESENT AT HIGH POWER TALK IN SINGAPORE

    Three Service Chiefs were present this morning when the conference of British, Governors in South-East Asia be[?]an. Although the talks are routine, [?] is believed that the question of the defence of ...

    Article : 296 words
  4. French Reds Fail to Check Reynaud's Powers

    The Finance Commission of the National Assembly rejected a Communist motion declaring ...

    Article : 132 words
  5. IMPEACHMENT SUGGESTED OF PRESIDENT TRUMAN

    Senator Homer Ferguson. Republican, of Michigan, and chairman of the Senate Committee investigating Communist spying, suggested that President Truman should be impeached by Congress. ...

    Article : 89 words
  6. ALLIED POWERS NEARING A COMPROMISE

    A high Russian political officer told leading Eastern zone politicians in Berlin that discussions in Moscow have brought our four Allies within a "reasonable distance" of provisional compromise ...

    Article : 332 words
  7. Russia Operates Uranium Mines In Czechoslovakia

    Russia is operating uranium mines in Czechoslovakia in a desperate effort to develop the atomic ...

    Article : 85 words
  8. GREEK GUERRILLAS "LOSE THE GAME"

    General James Van Fleet, military head of the American Aid Mission declared the guerrilla leader, Markos, has lost the ...

    Article : 71 words
  9. R.N. RATINGS JOIN AUSTRALIAN NAVY

    The Admiralty announces that more than 500 former[?] Royal Navy ratings haye been recruited in Britain for the Australian ...

    Article : 69 words
  10. CONFERENCE ON CONTROL OF DANUBE

    Mr. Cannon, of the United States, declared at the Danubian conference that, the Danube, will remain cut in two for trade if the Communist bloc in Eastern Europe denied Austria a seat on the ...

    Article : 188 words
  11. CHURCH FREEDOM THREATENED BY POWER OF STATE

    The Archbishop of York (Dr. Garbett) preaching at the closing service of the Lambeth G[?]ence, at Westminster Abbey, ...

    Article : 122 words
  12. MILLS UNABLE TO TRAIN

    Freddie Mills has been ill since beating the American, Gus Lesnevich, and the return fight in New York will be postponed. ...

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  13. SOVIET CONSUL RESCUES WOMAN TEACHER

    Jacob Lomakin, Soviet Consul-General, called a news conference to-day and announced he had forcibly rescued a Soviet schoolteacher who, he alleged, had been drugged and kidnapped by "White Russian bandits" just as she ...

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  14. HYDERABAD ATTACKS INDIAN REPORTS

    Hopes of a peaceful Indo-Hyderabad settlement faded when the Indian Socialist Party's Hyderabad struggle committee ...

    Article : 66 words
  15. Australia Wins Davis Cup Tie In Mexico

    Australia won the Davis Cup tie against Mexico when Long and Brown won the doubles against Armanun Vega and Gustavo Palafox, 6/0, 6/2, 6/2. Earlier in the day Quist won his delayed singles match with Palafox 6/4. ...

    Article : 313 words
  16. EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN SOUGHT

    The Human Rights Committee of the U.N.O. Economic and Social Council adopted a resolution requesting all members to ...

    Article : 70 words
  17. Roberts Takes 6'67 Against Australia

    Cheerful, unassum i[?] Lancashire left-arm alow bowler, Bill Roberts, gave the Australians a rude ...

    Article : 234 words
  18. INVESTIGATION ORDERED INTO PIPE-UNE SALE

    The Minister for External Territories (Mr. Ward) said to-night he will decide what action is to be taken into the sale in New ...

    Article : 224 words
  19. 36 KILLED IN EXPLOSION

    Sixty- three persons were reported kiHed yesterday at Ie Shima, a small island off Okinawa, when a landing craft exploded ...

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  20. WILD NIGHT WITH WINDS IN ENGLAND

    High wind and rain gave England a wild night last night. The sea broke through the seawall near Clapton, swampin[?] 450 ...

    Article : 256 words
  21. MARSHAL DEFEATED IN SWIM FINAL

    John Marshall, of Australia, was defeated in the final of the 1500 metre swim by McLane, of America, thus giving the United States all the individual swimming titles of the men. Marshall put up a great effort, bettering his ...

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  22. AUSTRALIA'S OFFER OF PLANES PRAISED IN "MONTREAL STAR"

    Praising Australia's offer of planes to help the Western Allies feed Berlin and the decision to send arms and equipment to ...

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  23. MILKMAN INJURED WHEN HIT BY CAR

    A motorist was charged at Petersham Police Station with negligent driving after a milkman was seriously injured when a ...

    Article : 43 words
  24. GREAT DISASTER FACES ARAB REFUGEES

    Arab refugees, numbering 300,000, have been flung on the world in a great human disaster, comparable with the San francisco earthquake, said Sir Raphael Cilento, of Australia, after a six-day ...

    Article : 264 words
  25. WRECKAGE OF PLANE LOCATED

    A French Navy communique says that floating wreckage, believed to be from the missing French flying-boat, has been ...

    Article : 63 words
  26. DISABLED GREEK SHIP REACHES FREMANTLE

    The 53 persons aboard the disabled Steamer Papachristidis Vassillos, which was taken in tow by the State motorship Kybra ...

    Article : 153 words
  27. COUNTY CRICKET

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  28. FINGER-PRINTING OF SEAMEN

    Seamen, aboard ships in Singapore Harbour have been fingerrinted by detectives. This is in connection with the ...

    Article : 62 words
  29. WRECKAGE OF PLANE IN ALPS

    The U.S. Air force headquarters announced that an Italian Alpine police patrol found in the Italian Alps wreckage of an ...

    Article : 66 words
  30. SUPERFORTS REACH ENGLAND.

    LONDON, Sunday. The first of 30 Super Fortresses of the U.S.A. Strategic, Air Command's second medium-bomber groups ...

    Article : 38 words
  31. PRAGUE POLICEMEN PUNISHED.

    PRAGUE, Sunday. It is reported that more than 1000 policemen, including 100 officers, have been punished for failure to ...

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