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  4. Australia Will Oppose Arab-Asian Plan

    LAKE SUCCESS, Tues. (AAP).--Australia will oppose the resolution of the 12 Arab-Asian nations for a settlement of the Korean and Far Eastern problem. ...

    Article : 349 words
  5. Domestic Power Cuts Off To-morrow

    SYDNEY, Tues.--Gas and electricity restrictions on homes and industry will be lifted at midnight on Wednesday. This was announced to-day by the ...

    Article : 407 words
  6. Huge U.S. Water Power Projects

    New industries have been built, land reclaimed for cultivation, floods controlled, and low-cost electricity made available to farm and city dwellers as a result of dams and irrigation projects constructed by the U.S. Government in the Columbia River Basin in north-western United States. The photograph shows Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River, in the State ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Lamington Again 'Blows'

    PORT MORESBY, Tuesday (AAP-Reuter).--Mt. Lamington's fifth eruption occurred at 6.49 a.m. to-day, when it ...

    Article : 167 words
  8. Professor And Mr. Spender In Policy Dispute

    CANBERRA, Tues. -- The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Spender, had based his Colombo plan of January, ...

    Article : 218 words
  9. ATTLEE OUTLINES STIFF RE-ARMAMENT PLAN

    LONDON, Tues. (AAP).--"We shall all have to make sacrifices" was the blunt warning to Britain given by the Prime Minister (Mr. Clement Attlee) when he ...

    Article : 509 words
  10. Big Basic Wage Increases Forecast

    SYDNEY, Tues. -- Secretaries of two of Sydney's gas companies to-day forecast a rise of 9 in the basic wage in May. One ...

    Article : 161 words
  11. Elizabeth Taylor Divorced

    LOS ANGELES, Tues. (AAP). --Film actress, Elizabeth Taylor (18), sat on a chair in a corner of the courtroom and wept after ...

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  12. "Identity Of Policy"

    WASHINGTON, Tues. (AAP). --A "fundamental identity of policy" between the United States and France on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. HUGE RAILWAY FIRE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. -- A goods shed at Geelong railway staion was almost completely destroyed last night in one of ...

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  14. No Decision On Coal Stoppages

    SYDNEY, Tues.--The Central Council of the Miners Federation reached no decision to-day on whether to go ahead with plans for calling one day a week stoppages in the coal mining industry, as a ...

    Article : 286 words
  15. RUSSIA HAS 21 MILLION FOR ARMIES

    PARIS, Tues. (AAP).--M. Paul Ramadier, former Socialist Prime Minister of France, to-day estimated that in the event ...

    Article : 107 words
  16. Soviet Base In China Reported

    TAIPEI (Formosa), Tuesday (AAP-Reuter). -- According to the China Union Press, the Chinese Communists have built ...

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  17. Australian future In Grave Peril

    NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.--Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Spender) warned to-day that the role of the Communist Party in Australia was to exploit or manufacture industrial discontent to impede, ...

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  19. HEAVY FIGHTING RAGES IN KOREA

    SOUTH KOREA, Tuesday (A.A.P.-Reuter).-- Fierce fighting raged as Eighth Army units struck strongly to-day against fortified Chinese Communist defence positions five to seven miles north-west ...

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  20. "Be Ready To Fight," Says Billy

    SYDNEY, Tues.--Mr. W. M. Hughes, M.H.R., foreshadowed to-day that momentous years lay ahead of the whole world. ...

    Article : 86 words
  21. Court Considers Contempt Charges

    SYDNEY, Tues.--Additional contempt of court charges may be taken against the acting general secretary of the Waterside Workers Federation (Mr. Roach). ...

    Article : 254 words
  22. Novelist's Ashes Flown Home

    NEW YORK, Tues. (AAP).-- The ashes of the U.S. novelist, Sinclair Lewis, who died in Rome recently, arrived yesterday at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. U.S. AID FOR REARMAMENT

    LONDON, Tuesday. (AAP).-- America will help pay for Britain's £4700 million re-arma-ment drive with an "Arms Marshall Plan." ...

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