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  2. Classified Advertising

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  3. YUGOSLAVIA LAYS CHARGES AGAINST RUSSIA

    Yugoslavia and the Soviet bloc heatedly levelled charges against each other during the Political Committee's debate on U.N. membership. Yugoslavia accused Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, ...

    Article : 190 words
  4. 20,000 ALLIED TROOPS PARADE IN GERMANY

    An impressive military parade was held in Germany on the Sennelager training area, north of Paderborn. It was attended by the Secretary of State for War (Mr. Shinwell), the Commander-in-Chief B.A.O.R. (Lieut-General Sir Charles Keightley), the High Commissioner (General Sir Brian Robertson) and military and Air Force commanders of all troops on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. U.S. SECRETARY DECLARES NATION MUST SPEND TO EARN

    If the United States spent five of six per cent. —about 4,000 million dollars—of its national income on imports it would solve its own balance of payments problem. Announcing this to the Convention ...

    Article : 348 words
  6. Labour Lord Says Elections On July 6

    Lord Calverley (Lab.) yesterday startled the House of Lords by saying that the general elections will be ...

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  7. VATICAN MAY RECOGNISE CHINESE REDS

    According to the Rome correspondent of "The Financial Times," well-informed Italian circles say that the Vatican is ...

    Article : 99 words
  8. £1000 LITERARY PRIZE TO MR. CHURCHILL

    Lord Kemsley, chairman and editor-in-chief of the "Sunday Times" presented to Mr. Churchill the literary prize of £1000 ...

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  9. POST OFFERED TO ADMIRAL DENFIELD

    The Navy Secretary (Mr. Matthews) has offered Admiral Denfield the post of Commander of the U.S. naval forces in European ...

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  10. JURISDICTION EXTENDED OVER TRUSTEESHIP AREAS

    The United Nations has moved for the first time towards extending its jurisdiction over dependent areas not expressly placed under the trusteeship system. A twothirds majority of the General Assembly's Trusteeship ...

    Article : 187 words
  11. Queen Presided At Dinner Of Middle Temple

    In the attractive setting of the restored Elizabeth Hall of the Middle Temple, the Queen last night presided as Master ...

    Article : 149 words
  12. THERAPIST SUES MISS LAWRENCE FOR TREATMENT

    The Australian singer, Marjorie Lawrence, was served by a deputy sheriff with notice of a 109,000 dollar suit yesterday ...

    Article : 156 words
  13. STEEL STRIKE TO BE SETTLED WITHIN 10 DAYS

    According to steel Union leaders the steel industry dispute will be settled within 10 days on the basis of the formula worked ...

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  14. ENTHUSIASM MANIFESTED OVER INDONESIA

    Hailing with enthusiasm the outcome of the conference at The Hague on the future of Indonesia, diplomatic quarters consider that a statesmanlike and constructive solution has been found to one of ...

    Article : 233 words
  15. Czech President Acknowledges Value of Stalin

    Without Russia's aid, Czech Communists could not have seized power and set up a people's democracy, President ...

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  16. AUSTRALIANS LEAD IN [?] RACE

    The Australians, Alf Strom and Reg Arnold, were still sharing the lead in the six days bicycle race last night. ...

    Article : 66 words
  17. Restriction On British Miners

    Threatened with a new manpower crisis in the mining industry, the Government is considering removal of the ...

    Article : 70 words
  18. No War Likely If World Kept Well Supplied

    President Truman said that, if untouched resources in Africa, South America and Asia Were developed to keep the world ...

    Article : 142 words
  19. ACTING NAVAL OFFICERS TO BE DISMISSED

    Officers, holding acting ranks in the services, have been singled, out as a target for some of the first cuts in the plan to reduce the defence expenditure by £30 million. A cut in the pay and allowances, following their loss of ...

    Article : 257 words
  20. 235 COLUMBIANS KILLED IN RIOTS

    About 235 Colombians were killed in a 24-hour period of preelection violence. The Conservative newspaper, ...

    Article : 68 words
  21. BRITISH UNIONS REJECT PLAN FOR STABILISATION

    The special committee of B.T. U.C. rejected a plan which would have meant an almost complete standstill in wages—including ...

    Article : 113 words
  22. UNION OFFICIAL DESTROYED VOTE APPLICATIONS

    George Morris, returning officer of the B.W.I.U., admitted to the Royal Commission on Communism that on December 11 he ...

    Article : 103 words
  23. Greece Accused Of Aggression On Bulgaria

    The Albanian Deputy Foreign Minister (Mihal Prifti) charged in the Political Committee that Greece was fallowing a policy ...

    Article : 90 words
  24. Bull Charged Into Diesel Train

    A bull charged into a diesel train which was slowing up for a level crossing at Farges. ...

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  25. Long To Partner Drobny In State Championship

    Colin Long, of Victoria, will partner Jaroslav Drobny in the State doubles championship, commencing on November 18, ...

    Article : 97 words
  26. DIVERS RECOVER 46 VICTIMS OF AIR CRASH

    Divers searching the Potomac River for victims of Monday's air crash recovered 46 of the 55 dead. It is not yet known when Erick ...

    Article : 80 words
  27. Typhoon Damage At Manila

    At least 57 persons were killed and extensive damage caused by a typhoon which swept Bisayan Island on Monday. ...

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  28. C.I.O. EXPULSION OF COMMUNIST UNIONS

    The national convention of the C.I.O. decided to expel the United Electrical Workers' Union of 550,000 members for ...

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  29. BRITAIN IS OWED £302 MILLION

    Seven nations owe Great Britain £302,800,000 for money advanced during the war, the Financial Secretary to the ...

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  30. MOTOR COMPANY'S GIFT TO DIRECTOR

    Shareholders of the Standard Motor Company, at the annual meeting yesterady, approved a [?] issue of stock worth ...

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  31. APPEAL TO HOUSE OF LORDS

    The Cheltenham cricket club is to appeal to the House of Lords against a decision by Lord Justice Somervell in awarding Miss ...

    Article : 59 words
  32. W. EUROPE TO END IMPORT QUOTAS

    Leaders of Marshall Plan countries in Europe haye agreed to free 50 per cent. of their private trade with one another from ...

    Article : 130 words
  33. Maple Leaf On Funnels Of Canadian Navy

    Instructions have been given for the maple leaf to be painted on the funnels of Canadian naval ships. ...

    Article : 87 words
  34. FINED £12,144 FOR ILLEGAL DEALS IN CURRENCY

    Frederick Sonderbye, a former captain of the Royal Flying Corps, was fined £12,144 at Bow Street court for illegal currency ...

    Article : 87 words
  35. U.S. DRAFTS PEACE TREATY FOR JAPAN

    Diplomatic quarters say that American State Department officials are preparing a draft of a peace treaty for Japan. Observers believe that an exchange of proposals ...

    Article : 79 words
  36. RACIAL CLASHES IN TRANSVAAL

    Renewed fighting between police and Africans broke out yesterday afternoon in the Krugersdorp area where at least one ...

    Article : 66 words
  37. DROBNY WINS AT TENNIS

    Jack Harper, of Australia, and Jaroslav Drobny, of Czechsloyakia, scored impressive victories in the men's singles of the King's ...

    Article : 51 words
  38. SUNSPOTS RECORDED

    A fairly large sunspot was reported yesterday and it is thought likely radio conditions will be disturbed over the next ...

    Article : 36 words
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