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  4. New U.S. Offer To Red China

    LAKE SUCCESS, Sun. (AAP)--—The U.S. announced yesterday that if Communist China gave any clear indication of seeking an honourable peace, the ...

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    TOKIO, Sun. (AAP-Reuter).--U.N. troops in Korea plunged north of Suwon under a heavy artillery and mortar barrage, and are driving towards the capital ...

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  6. Concern In America Over Policy Split

    NEW YORK, Sun. (AAP.)--The U.S. Congress and public have become increasingly concerned over the ...

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  7. Scottish Nationalists Were "After His Blood"

    LONDON, Sun. (AAP).--Scottish' Nationalists yesterday, told the newspaper, "Sunday Pictorial," that ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. "Dangerous Men," Says Peer

    LONDON, Sun. (AAP).--Lord Vansittart, in an article in the "Sunday Dispatch" listed Americans, Senator Taft and ...

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  9. 'White Mother's" Goal Is Korea

    LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.-Reuter).--Lady Evelyn Chetwynd "Great White Mother of the Desert," is off to Australia ...

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    SYDNEY, Sun.--A new and decisive stage will be reached in the great programme of economic development of Asian countries on February 12, said the ...

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  11. Tasmanian Labour Favours Call-ups

    HOBART, Sun.--The Tasmanian Labour Party is almost certain to support compulsory training for home defence. ...

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  12. Chinese Withdrawal From Tibet

    KALIMPONG, Sun. (AAP).--Usually reliable sources said to-day that the bulk of the Chinese, invading Communist ...

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  13. British 'Flu Deaths

    LONDON, Sun. (AAP-Reuter).--The Health Ministry announced that 1099 people died from influenza last week in 126 ...

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  14. Lightning Causes Air Disaster

    ROME, Sun. (AAP).--A bolt of lightning caused an Italian airliner to crash at Tarquinia; 60 miles north of Rome, killing ...

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  15. Atomic Explosion In United States

    LAS VEGAS (Nevada), Sun. (A.A.P.-Reuter).--The U.S. Atomic Energy Commission has announced that an atomic test explosion was set off near the Las Vegas proving ground early yesterday. ...

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  16. Attlee On:

    LONDON, Sun. (A.A.P.-Reuter).--Sacrfices "from people in all walks ol life" were entailed in the British Government's big re-armament programme to be announced this week, said the Prime ...

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    LAE, Sun. (AAP-Reuter).--Clouds of pumice, dust and smoke suddenly shot up from the volcano Mr. Lamington to ...

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    WASHINGTON, Sunday (AAP-Reuter).--The United States has banned imports of Russian crabmeat ...

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  19. U.S. Demands Return Of Ships From Reds

    WASHINGTON, Sun. (AAP).--The U.S. presented the Soviet Union yesterday with a new demand for the return of 670 ...

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    NEW YORK, Sun, (A.A.P.-Reuter).--Several of the nation's leading commodity exchanges suspended trading yesterday pending clarification of the Government's price and wage control order. ...

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    SYDNEY, Sun.--John Steel (17), of Rosebery, was fatally shot while rabbit hunting with two friends at Douglas Park, ...

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  24. 'Flu Case In Sydney Quarantine Station

    SYDNEY, Sun.--A young married woman developed influenza at North Head Quarantine Station last night. THE woman is one of 67 ...

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  25. Doctors Dissect Murderer's Body

    PARIS, Bun. (AAP).--Ten seconds after murderer Jean Estingay was guillotined in Paris, four doctors had ...

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