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MUST NOT CUT CHEESE OUTPUT
There must be no slackening in cheese production, the Agriculture Minister (Mr. Bulcock) said yes t.errinv. Thprp mas n ernwlnc hplipf
among dairymen that, because of the necessity to step up butter production, the State could allow cheese supplies to diminish. That was not so. War-time needs would require all the cheese-making facilities to be kept in operation, and the com plete filling of existing vats. In these circumstances it was im possible, without very good reason, to release producers from supply ing milk to cheese factories. 'RUSSIA AFLAME,' which was privately screened yesterday morning, is the inside story behind the Soviet's struggle for freedom. The picture, which will be released at the Wintergarden, has been made from a num ber of shorts imported here by the Friends of the Soviet Union. Columbia's Sydney office engaged Charles Chauvel to reconstruct and dramatize the col lection into a narrative of proper scauence.