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  4. Metropolitan FORECAST:

    Sultry, thunder storms likely. ...

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  5. Indians Flee from Durban's Racial Riots

    HUNDREDS or INDIANS fled before angry negroes during the worst racial riots in Durban's history. At top, they are shown hiding in a wooded valley outside the city, protected by a strong police guard. Lower: ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. £30,000,000 TAX CUT LIKELY

    CANBERRA, Thursday.--Income Tax cuts in July, equal to those of last October, were forecast tonight by Federal Ministers. The cuts are expected to amount to nearly £30,000,000, ...

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    Formation of a new, widened political party, to be known as "The Liberal and Country party," was proposed by the State Parliamentary Liberal party yesterday to fight Communism and Socialism. ...

    Article : 706 words
  8. Political Debates in French Trial

    Impassioned political debating between Victor Kravchenko, former Soviet official and author of "I Chose Freedom," and French Communist defence witnesses ...

    Article : 397 words

    Reuters correspondent in Paris says that an Hungarian Minister, Count Michael. Karolyi, stated Cardinal ...

    Article : 45 words
  10. U.S. Aims in North Atlantic Pact

    The Secretary of State (Mr. Dean Acheson) said today that the U.S., through the ...

    Article : 195 words
  11. Princess Making Good Progress

    LONDON, Jan. 27 (A.A.P.). It was stated that Princess Elizabeth, who is at Sandringham suffering from ...

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  12. Population Need in Australia

    Dr. Warren Thompson, the American population expert, has arrived here as adviser to General MacArthur's Natural Resources section. ...

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  14. Will "Give up the Lot"'

    Mr. George Gibson, a former director of the Bank of England, who yesterday resigned from his £4000-a-year ...

    Article : 113 words
  15. MacArthur Warns Japanese Reds

    General MacArthur, answering greetings on his 69th birthday, said he intended to remain in Japan until the peace ...

    Article : 61 words
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  18. U.S. "Arsenal" Plan Attacked

    The latest issue of the Soviet periodical "New Times" accuses the United States of planning a merger of the Ruhr ...

    Article : 94 words
  19. New Oil Fields Found in Egypt

    Officials of the Ministry of Trade and Commerce stated today that three new oil fields have been discovered at Wadi ...

    Article : 77 words
  20. Israel May Share in U.S. Aid

    It is believed that high U.S. officials are considering the possibility of including Israel ...

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  21. Madras Bans Animal Sacrifice

    Animal sacrifice in Hindu temples was banned throughout the province of the Madras Legislature today. ...

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  22. U.K. Ministry Given Jolt Over Palestine

    The Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) saved the Government from near defeat in the Palestine debate last night by insisting at the last minute on making the issue a vote of confidence. After Mr. Bevin had been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. Eureka Stockade Well Received

    London evening paper film critics are enthusiastic about the compass and significance of the Ealing Studios' story of Eureka Stockade. They are less happy ...

    Article : 465 words



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