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    ARMY hats at Middle Park, Melbourne, which will be taken over immediately by the State Housing Commission for conversion to temporary dwellings. Other huts at Yarraville and Williamstown ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Court Martial Allegation

    SYDNEY: When they were not actively engaged with the enemy, members of the First Tactical Air Force engaged in considerable transactions with Americans on Morotai as a sideline ...

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  6. EAGLE FARM WILL BECOME BRISBANE'S CHIEF AIRPORT

    CANBERRA: As soon as it is vacated by the Americans, Eagle Farm aerodrome will be converted by the Federal Government into the main commercial airport for Brisbane. It will therefore be ...

    Article : 455 words
  7. Big Rush To Fly to Australia

    LONDON, January 16: Captain Geoffrey Wikner is busy selecting 10 of at leasst 200 ...

    Article : 275 words
  8. Union Charge Against Brig. Schreiber

    CANBERRA: Brigadier Derek Schreiber, Chief of Staff to the Duke of Gloucester, his ...

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  9. New Stage In German War Trials

    NUREMBERG, January 16 (AAP): The main presentation of the British and American ...

    Article : 343 words
  10. Radar Guns Feature of New Plane

    LONDON, January 16 (AAP): A radar unit which enables a rear gunner to sight two 5-inch machine - guns at ...

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  11. Police Beat Up Jap Commynists

    TOKIO, January 16: Shouting "Banzai! Long live the Emperor!" Japanese police raided a Communist meeting at Hokkaido (northern Japan) recently. They fatally beat up one spectator, ...

    Article : 470 words
  12. INDONESIANS ARE PLANNING UNO APPEAL

    LONDON, January 16 (AAP): The Routers correspondent at Batavia reports that the Indonesian Republican Premier ...

    Article : 54 words
  13. Second Bomb Victim Dies

    A second woman died at 5 o'clock, this morning from injuries received in a bomb explosion at Cairns on Monday night. ...

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  14. Air Link with USA Continues

    The trans-Pacific service of the American Air Transport Command Is to continue indefinitely, ATC officials stated today. ...

    Article : 146 words
  15. ARAB DEMAND ON PALESTINE

    LONDON, January 16. (AAP): The King of Saudi Arabia, Ibn Saud, and the King of Egypt, Farouk, issued a joint statement declaring ...

    Article : 125 words
  16. SICK BABY TO BE FLOWN TO U.S.A.

    The baby daughetr of an American serviceman and her mother, Mrs. Rona Robinson, of Perth, will be flown to America on Friday. The child, aged eight weeks, is ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 382 words
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  18. LONDON VISIT BY CLARK-KERR

    LONDON, January 16 (AAP): The British Ambassador to Russia (Sir Archibald Clark-Kerr) has arrived in London from Moscow. ...

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  19. Local Elections in Germany Next Week

    FRANKFURT, January 16 (AAP): Germans in the American zone will elect local councils next week, announced the Deputy Military Governor (Lieut.-General Lucius Clay). ...

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  20. Greek EAM Decision to Vote

    ATHENS, January 16 (AAP): The EAM (National Liberation Front), which hitherto had decided to boycott the elections on March 31, is ...

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  22. USA Strike May Mean Meat Famine

    NEW YORK, January 16: Millions of Americans will be without meat within two or three days unless Government intervention succeeds ...

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  23. Stop Press

    The Services Eleven against Queensland tomorrow will be Hassett, Whitingten, Workman, Stanford, Miller, Pepper, Cristofani, Williams, Price, ...

    Article : 114 words
  24. CHURCHILL DECLARES U S. COULD HAVE PREVENTED WAR

    NEW YORK, January 16 (AAP): The war would have been prevented if the United States had been in the ...

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  25. Dutch Appeal to Aust. Trade Unions

    AMSTERDAM. January 16 (AAP): M. Evert Kupers, president of the Netherlands Trade Unions Executive. made an urgent appeal to ...

    Article : 55 words
  26. Americans Held on Murder Charge

    BERLIN, January 16 (AAP): Two American soldiers were arrested after a Gorman was found in a cafe with his throat cut. ...

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