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  4. MENZIES CALLS MEETING OF CABINET

    Federal Cabinet will hold its first post-election meeting in Canberra on Friday. Mr. Menzies said this in Canberra yesterday when he returned by air from Melbourne. ...

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  5. Hopman Explains Failure

    BRUSSELS, June 1. A.A.P. Harry Hopman, Australia's Davis Cup team manager, to-day ascribed the failure of his ...

    Article : 230 words
  6. "Right Way" To Reduce

    "There's only one way to reduce weight," Mrs. J. N. Haldeman said when she arrived at Broadmeadow Aerodrome with her husband yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 467 words
  7. Aero Club Visit

    The Governor (Lieutenant-General Sir John Northcott), who visited Royal Newcastle Aero Club yesterday, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 62 words
  8. Inquiry Seeks Extension

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The Royal Commissioner (Mr. Justice Dovey) announced to-day ...

    Article : 143 words
  9. Communist "Plans"

    WASHINGTON, June 1. A.A.P.—A document which purports to outline Communist plans for a world revolution by 1973 is under study by Congress. ...

    Article : 780 words
  10. Car Trial Route Changed

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—The route through the Northern Territory for the 1954 Redex reliability trial for cars was ...

    Article : 253 words
  11. Egyptians Kill Second U.K. Soldier

    CAIRO, June 1. A.A.P.—The body of a second British soldier murdered on the outskirts of Ismailia in the Suez ...

    Article : 152 words
  12. Safety Squad Constable In Fatal Smash

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A man was killed and a police constable was critically injured in a road accident in ...

    Article : 137 words
  13. Soviet Scheme Unacceptable

    GENEVA, June 1. A.A.P.—The six non-Communist nations at the peace talks will reject a Soviet plan that Poland, Czechoslovakia, India and Pakistan ...

    Article : 372 words
  14. 'SLEEPING FLU' HITS BRISBANE

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Brisbane has been stricken with "sleeping influenza". Thousands of people are suffering from it. ...

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  15. Girl Dies In P.O. Fire

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—A girl was burnt to death at Bibbenluke, eight miles from Bombala to-night. ...

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  16. Soldiers Die In Plane Crash

    NEW YORK, June 1. A.A.P.—A Minnesota National Guard plane, flying through heavy fog, plummeted into a ...

    Article : 41 words
  17. MANY ARRESTED IN PAKISTAN

    NEW YORK, June 1. A.A.P.—Unofficial reports reaching Karachi to-day said about 300 persons had been gaoled in East Pakistan in a round-up of Communists and ...

    Article : 439 words
  18. HELICOPTER IN SNOW RESCUE

    NOME (Alaska), June 1. A.A.P.—A helicopter to-day lifted the broken body of George Argus from the side of Mt. McKinley and took him to hospital. ...

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  19. Actor's Wife Flies Home To Sick Mother

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Vera Newton, wife of British actor Robert Newton, to-day began an urgent three-day flight to ...

    Article : 131 words
  20. Menzies Will Meet Unions

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—Mr. Menzies would receive a deputation on the margins issue early in July, the ...

    Article : 108 words
  21. Baby Run Down

    BRISBANE, Tuesday.—Christine Nunn, 14-month-old baby, died shortly after admission to Rockhampton Hospital ...

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  22. BLOOD TESTS TO BE CONSIDERED

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Legislation for compulsory blood tests of suspected drunken drivers will probably be ...

    Article : 62 words
  23. Outlaws Attack French Camp

    TUNIS, June 1. A.A.P.—A band of armed outlaws attacked a French army camp at El Hamma, about 15 miles ...

    Article : 52 words
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