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  3. ITALY DELIVERS BLOW TO RED EXPANSION

    ROME, Tuesday (A.A.P.)—By returning Signor de Gasperi's Christian Democrats to power with an absolute majority, Italy has delivered the first major setback to Communist expansion in Europe. The Democrats' great ...

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  4. U.S. MINERS STRIKE IN PROTEST AGAINST LEADER'S CONVICTION

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday —(A.A.P.). — Mr. John L. Lewis, president of the United Mineworkers' Union, was found guilty, of criminal and civil contempt of court yesterday for having failed to end the recent coal strike when ordered by the Federal Court. Judge ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. 13 DEAD IN EXPLOSION

    PARIS, Tuesday (A.A.P.).— Thirteen men were killed in an explosion in a coal mine at Sallaumines, in the Pas-de-Calais ...

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  6. OLYMPIC GIRL AT LESSONS

    OLYMPIC SELECTION, but to-day just a schoolgirl, is Marjorie M'Quade, 13, in class at St. Michael's Girls' Grammar School, St. Kilda. She will leave for London by flying-boat early in June to swim in thE Olympic Games. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Royal Commission on Communists Urged by Liberals

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— The Victorian Liberal Party will urge the State Government to investigate by Royal ...

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  8. Separate Government for W. Germany?

    LONDON, Tuesday. (A.A.P) —Router's diplomatic correspondent says a separate Government for western ...

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  9. TO DUMP OBSOLETE AMMUNITION

    LAUNCESTON. Tuesday.—L.S.T. 3071 arrived at Bell Bay to-day, to begin dumping obsolete army ammunition from the Midlands and ...

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  10. AMERICANS CHASE RUSSIAN OFFICERS

    VIENNA, Tuesday (A. A.P.).— united States military police chased armed Russian officers in civilian clothes who had ...

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  11. Overseas League to Combat Sedition

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Plans to expand Australian membership of the Overseas League, to combat subversive forces seeking to destroy ...

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  12. U.S. PRODUCING LESS WOOL

    WASHINTON, Tuesday (A. A.P.).—United States production of shorn wool in 1948, is estimated by the Agricultural ...

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  13. EUROPEAN AID ALLOTMENTS

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday (A. A.F.).—Long-secret figures on allotments under the Government's European Recovery ...

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  14. Russia Accused Of Trying To Perpetuate Poverty

    WASHINGTON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—Accusing Russia of trying to perpetuate poverty as a means of aggression, President Truman declared that the United States would not permit free nations to be engulfed. ...

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  15. Costa Rican Civil War Ends

    SAN JOSE (Costa Rica), Tuesday (A.A.P.). — President Teodoro Pieado and a representative of the right wing rebel leader, General ...

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  16. £750.000 PAPER MILL FOR BURNIE

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—If the present negotiations be successful, a £750,000 paper mill will be established at Burnie, where vegetable parchment, glassine, greaseproof and other specialty papers will be manufactured. ...

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  17. LEGION WILL ACCEPT COMMUNISTS

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Brisbane Communists or Communist sympathisers will not be barred from membership of the Queensland ...

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  18. FOOTBALLERS STRUCK BY LIGHTNING: TWO DIE

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.). —Two footballers died after being struck by lightning in a violent thunderstorm during an ...

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  19. FOOD OFFICIALS SEARCH LINER

    LONDON, Tues. (A.A.P.).— Ministry of Food officials are searching the P. and O. liner Palana, which arrived from ...

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  20. Civilisation Mav Be Wiped Out In 20 Years

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— Civilisation might be wiped out within 20 years unless the universities throughout the ...

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  21. IMPROVED ATOMIC BOMB TESTED

    NEW YORK, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—United Press says there is every indication that the latest atomic test, the world's sixth known atomic explosion, was made with a greatly improved weapon. ...

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  22. ROYAL SILVER WEDDING

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—Sixteen members of the Royal Family will follow the King and Queen in a ...

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  23. Flood Danger Passed

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — There is little danger now of flooding in Eastern Victoria. All rivers, the Cann, Snowy and Brodribb, are ...

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  24. RARE OPERATION ON EX-SAILOR

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday. — A young ex-serviceman, former member of the Royal Australian Navy, had a formation of calcium ...

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  26. BARCOO REFLOATED

    ADELAIDE, Tuesday.—A fourth and full-scale effort, made to-night to refloat the stranded naval survey frigate. Barcoo, which was driven ...

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  27. DEADLOCK ON KASHMIR ISSUE

    LAKE SUCCESS, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—India and Pakistan both told the Security Council that the Council's draft ...

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  28. CLOSED SEASON FOR ALL GAME

    HOBART, Tuesday. — The Fauna Board decided to-day to declare a rinsed season for all game in 1948. ...

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  30. FEARS ATTEMPT TO CONTROL NEWS

    NEW YORK, Tuesday (A.A.P.).— Warning against, the "uncontrollable urge of governments to get their hands on the news" was given by ...

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  31. BIG STEP TOWARDS RESUMPTION OF PRE-WAR FRUIT TRADE

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—Australia this year is taking a big step towards resumption of the pre-war apple and pear export trade with the United Kingdom. Exports of apples to Britain this year are expected to total 3,200,000 bushels; and pears, 250,000. ...

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  32. GREEK OFFENSIVE

    ATHENS, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—The Greek Government has opened a spring offensive against the guerillas [?]Rh large-scale operations involving ...

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  33. Denied Agreement Reached on Colonial Issue

    BOGOTA, Tuesday (A.A.P.).—The spokesman for the United States delegation to the inter-American conference strongly denied reports that the United States had reached agreement on the colonial issue with the "anti-colonial" Latin American countries. ...

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  34. MOUNTAINS OF LETTERS

    LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.). — Keith Johnson, the manager of the Australian cricket team, ls the hardest worked man ...

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