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  3. ENGLAND'S ONLY HOPE —A FIGHTING DRAW

    Adelaide, February 7. — England, with seven wickets intact, including that of Fred Brown, who must be considered doubtful, trails Australia by 388 runs in the Fourth Test. They cannot possibly hope to score those runs in the five hours that ...

    Article : 1,273 words
  4. 75 Dead In N.Y. Rail Crash

    New York, February 7.—At least 75 persons were killed and about 500 were injured — 130 of them being taken to hospital—after a ...

    Article : 482 words
  5. Canada Looks To Air Defences

    Ottawa, February 7.—Canada will spend 5,000 million Canadian dollars—about £2,120,535,700—for defence in the next three years. She plans a ...

    Article : 286 words
  6. Several Meetings On Coal Crisis

    Sydney, February 7.—Leaders of the Miners Federation today told the interstate executive of the Australian Council of Trade Unions that they were prepared to co-operate with the ...

    Article : 1,140 words
  7. U.N. Forces Take Key Of Red Line Of Resistance

    South Korea (AAF-Reuter), February 7. — Communist forces have been knocked from their main line of resistance in the defence of the South Korean capital of Seoul. This was stated today by an Eighth Army spokesman. He added that ...

    Article : 508 words
  8. Rearmament

    Washington, February 7.—A warning that rearmament may become "highly unpopular" in Western Europe is sounded by the Economic ...

    Article : 139 words
  9. U.K. Labor Faces Tests

    London, February 7.—Prime Minister Attlee's Labor Government faces two big tests in the House of Commons this week—a challenge on steel ...

    Article : 318 words
  10. Dr. Evatt Answered

    Sydney, February 7.—The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Spender) to lay criticised the Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Dr. Evatt) for his ...

    Article : 170 words
  11. INQUIRY INTO CRASH OF AMANA

    Perth, February 7. — It would be suggested that there was water in the fuel tanks of the airliner Amana, Mr. D. L. Seaton, K.C., told the Amana air crash inquiry, which opened yesterday. The Amana, an A.N.A. airliner, crashed at York (Western Australia) on June 26, 1950. ...

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  12. Alps Threaten More "White Deaths"

    Vienna, February 7.—Austrian and Swiss Alpine villages are again threatened by white death as ...

    Article : 52 words
  13. U.S. Atom Bomb Tests End

    Las Vegas, February 7.—"This is bigger than Hikini," news commentator Clete Robert said yesterday after two separate blasts had touched of the fifth ...

    Article : 244 words
  14. Rapid Growth Of Ice Cream Cart Business

    Illness, ingenuity and a spirit of adventure are the reasons for the reintroduction into the city of the ice cream cart after an absence of many years. Mr. Lloyd Clark, 24-year-old businessman from Sydney, chose Broken Hill as the most likely part of ...

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  15. New Eruption Of Mt. Lamington

    Canberra, February 7.—A further major eruption in Mt. Lamington volcano occurred shortly afternoon yesterday, messages received in Canberra ...

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  16. REDS MAY BE DEPORTED

    London, February 7.—Australia's resident Minister in London, Eric Harrison warned last night that Australia may deport its English born top Communists. ...

    Article : 110 words
  17. BIG FOUR FOREIGN MINISTERS

    Paris, February 7.—Russia calls for on early meeting of the Council or Foreign Minister in its reply to the latest British. American and French note on ...

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  18. CAR, BICYCLE TYRES INCREASE IN PRICE

    Melbourne, February 7.—The price of car and bicycle tyres and tubes will rise by 18 1/3 per cent. from today (Wednesday), the Victorian Prices Minister ...

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