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"A.B.C. TALK CENSORED"
CANBERRA, Thursday: Dr. Evatt, Opposition leader, told Parliament tonight that an un-named A.B.C. com mentator today had his talk on the Suez crisis censored.
As a result the commenta tor had refused to broadcast.
Dr. Evatt refused to reveal
the commentator's name.
Yesterday the A.B.C. an nounced that Mr, Rohan Rivett would give today's commentary.
At 1.15 p.m., when the commentary was clue, the A.B.C. played music, includ ing "Rule, Britannia."
After the music an A.B.C. announcer said the com mentary had been cancelled "due to unforseèri circum