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  4. CHICAGO'S FAMOUS GORILLA DIES

    CHICAGO, Tuesday. -- Bushman, the world's most famous gorilla, was found dead in his cage at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo yesterday. He died ...

    Article : 74 words
  5. Standover Methods Alleged in Sydney Taxi Strike

    SYDNEY, This Afternoon. -- Striking taxi-drivers are using standover tactics to force all drivers off the road in Sydney. ...

    Article : 267 words
  6. ATLANTIC PACT "FRIENDS" HAVE HUNDRED DIVISIONS

    LONDON, Tuesday. -- Four European friends of Western Europe who are not members of the Atlantic Pact, could put ...

    Article : 167 words
  7. JAPANESE VIEWS ON REARMAMENT

    TOKYO, Tuesday. -- The Japanese are sharply divided on rearmament, but they believe, unanimously, that if and when ...

    Article : 104 words
  8. Chinese And North Koreans Launch Major Drive South

    TOKYO, Tuesday. -- A rampaging, crashing vanguard of more than 200,000 artillery-supported Chinese and North Korean Communists swarmed over their own dead and drove two deep holes in the United Nations line north of ...

    Article : 408 words
  9. Principal Awards In To-day's Lottery

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  10. TEN MILLION TELEVISION SETS IN UNITED STATES

    NEW YORK,Tuesday. -- There were 10,000,000 television sets in homes throughout the United States at the end of 1950 ...

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  11. ATTORNEY GENERAL STILL CRITICAL

    SYDNEY, This Afternoon. -- The State Attorney-General, Mr. C. Margin, who is critically ill in Repatriation General Hospital, Concord. ...

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  13. Button Reaches Century With Sound Display

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  14. Doubt Over Russia's Reply On Peace Talks

    WASHINGTON, Tues. -- Russia has replied to the counter offer of Britain, France and America for Big Four peace talks, but ...

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  15. BOY SCOUT FINDS £200 IN STREET.

    SYDNEY, This Afternoon. -- A 12-year-old Boy Scout found £200 in notes in a city street early this morning. ...

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  16. THREE YACHTS TO COMPLETE RACE

    HOBART, This Afternoon. -- Only three of the 13 competitors in the Sydney-Hobart yacht race have not yet completed the ...

    Article : 82 words
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  18. INDUSTRIALISATION FOR EAST GERMANY

    BERLIN, Tuesday. -- East Germany yesterday embarked on a five-year economic plan intended to make it one of the most ...

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  19. NEW CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER

    THE RT. HON. HUGH T. N. GAITSKELL, C.B.E., M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer, in succession to the Rt. Hon. Sir Stafford Cripps, K.C., M.P. who resigned. The Rt. Hon. Hugh Gaitskell will carry the same responsibility as his predecessor for financial business and for ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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