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    LONDON, August 17. A.A.P.—Non-Europeans have intensified their campaign of defiance of the South African Government's racial laws. ...

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  3. V.As. At Red Cross Service

    Members of Central V.A. Detachment who attended a Red Cross Sunday service at St. Andrew's Presbyterian ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Lecture To Doctors

    Professor C. H. Best, right, co-discoverer of Insulin In 1921. Is welcomed by Dr. C. A. Clark at Royal Newcastle Hospital on Saturday night before giving a lecture, entitled "Recent Advances in Medical Research," to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Fliers' Gaol Ordeal

    HONGKONG, August 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Three Australian fliers who spent 20 months in Chinese Communist prison cells said yesterday that they had ...

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  6. Bandsmen Blew—From Gaol

    NEW YORK, Aug. 17.—Tje saxophone and trombone sections of the Granite Reformatory Bank escaped ...

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    SYDNEY, Sunday.—Australians were not prepared to pay more for beef, Mr. W. A. Gunn said to-night. The price that Australians ...

    Article : 390 words
  8. Assembly Back In Session

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The Government is expected to have a majority when State parliament reopens to-morrow, ...

    Article : 167 words
  9. Australian Links With U.K. Army

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Friendship alliances will create practical bonds between three Australian Army units and the ...

    Article : 233 words

    DARWIN, Sunday.—International visitors would regard it as a restriction on their liberty if unable to get a drink at any time in Melbourne during the 1956 Olympic Games, ...

    Article : 307 words
  11. Hauliers' Value In Floods

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The President of the Long Distance Road Transport Association (Mr. W. V. Rowe) said recent ...

    Article : 219 words
  12. Nine Dead In Jungle Combats

    SINGAPORE, August 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Six Chinese terrorists were killed by British security forces in a fierce ...

    Article : 200 words
  13. British Leader In Sarawak

    KUCHING, Aug. 16. A.A.P.-Reuter.—A high British officer flew to Kuching to-day to advise the Sarawak ...

    Article : 215 words
  14. Sea, Land, Air Drive On Moros

    MANILA, Aug, 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Philippines Air Force planes to-day dropped bombs and rockets on the Moro ...

    Article : 151 words
  15. Drowned In Formosa

    TAIPEH, Aug. 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—An Australian and an Englishman were drowned in Formosa yesterday, one in an ...

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  16. Cairo Raid On Communists

    CAIRO, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—Egyptian police yesterday announced that they had smashed a Communist cell and had ...

    Article : 88 words
  17. Test For Turbojet

    LONDON, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—The Britannia, Britain's new 60-ton four-turbojet airliner, made its maiden test flight at ...

    Article : 168 words

    SAN FRANCISCO, August 17. A.A.P.—Madame Chiang Kai-shek arrived last night for treatment of a skin ailment. ...

    Article : 137 words
  19. U.S. Picks Up After Big Strike

    NEW YORK, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—Many of the weak spots in the United States economy gained strength last ...

    Article : 178 words
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  21. Clemency For War Criminals

    WASHINGTON, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—The United States has promised Japan she will give early consideration to the ...

    Article : 118 words
  22. 4 Spectators Injured By Bucking Horse

    BRISBANE, Sunday—Four people were injured, one seriously, when a bucking horse crashed through a guard fence ...

    Article : 98 words
  23. Electric Chair Sentence For Woman

    NEW YORK, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—A jury in Wetumpka (Alabama) last night convicted Mrs. Earle Dennison, a ...

    Article : 114 words
  24. Forget 'Red Dean,' Primate Says

    NEW YORK, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—The Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Fisher) said in New York that he hoped ...

    Article : 103 words
  25. Court Queried On Sailor Case

    TOKYO, Aug. 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Tokyo Radio said last night that the Osaka judges concerned in the case of the ...

    Article : 147 words
  26. Troops' Fund For Korean Chldren

    TOKYO, August 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Men of the Commonwealth Division in Korea have begun contributing their ...

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  27. Rockets Used To Beat Hail

    SYDNEY, Sunday.—The hail menace to fruitgrowers could be eliminated by attacking hail clouds with ...

    Article : 113 words
  28. Divorcee Remarriages

    LONDON, August 17. A.A.P.—A call for a more charitable way of dealing with the remarriage of divorced people was made yesterday by Rev. F. A. Bunn, Vicar of St. Mary's ...

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  29. Communism In Teachers' Federation

    NEW YORK, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—Leadership of the Teachers' Federation in New South Wales was "markedly ...

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    WELLINGTON, August 17. A.A.P.-Reuter.—A woman was found dead in the garden, of her home near Hamilton on ...

    Article : 52 words
  31. Austrian Peace Effort Fails

    WASHINGTON Aug. 17. A.A.P.—Six years of effort by the Western Powers to induce the Soviet Union to agree to ...

    Article : 109 words
  32. Talks On Oversea Airline Problems

    CANBERRA, Sunday.—Representatives of three British countries will meet in Canberra this week for talks on ...

    Article : 108 words
  33. Air Ambulance

    SINGAPORE, Aug. 17. A.A.P.—A Royal Air Force Sunderland flying boat brought a three-year-old Malayan boy ...

    Article : 55 words



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