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  2. To-day's Weather

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  3. Superforts Attack Port Near Soviet Border AMERICANS DRIVE OUT FROM 'TOBRUK' AIRSTRIP

    KOREA, Aug. 12.—The Americans and South Koreans are counter-attacking in an attempt to re-take the east coast supply port of Pohang. The Americans attacked from their "tiny Tobruk" — a coastal airstrip ...

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    LONDON, Aug. 12.—London is a waiting city to-day —with its thoughts centred on a pink room in the 125-year-old Clarence House, where Princess Elizabeth's second child will be born. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Swarmed In Hills

    The Communists got to within one mile of the Pohang airstrip. The strip was a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 218 words
  6. SECURITY CHECK Top Red May Be In N.G.

    The Commonwealth Government has moved swiftly to counter suspected Communist activity in ...

    Article : 199 words
  7. She Played Toy Trains With Hitler

    FLASHBACK: Fraulein Raulgundis Gafiran, 21-year-old German girl in London on her way to New York, was one ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Objectives Reached

    A high U.S. Army officer said to-day that the Marines had reached their objective in the Chinju ...

    Article : 247 words
  9. Boy Dragged Mile In Bolt, But Lives

    BRISBANE, Saturday. —A 12-year-old boy was dragged almost a mile by a bolting horse at Ipswich ...

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  10. Cheers As Duke Drove By

    Sir William Gilliatt, the gynaecologist who is attending the Princess, called at Clarence House late ...

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    NEW YORK, Aug. 12. —A shipment, of women's lingerie, hosiery, and babies' bottles arrived at ...

    Article : 64 words
  12. Bus Crash Injures 36

    LONDON, August 12 (A.A.P.). — Thirty-six Dutch tourists were injured, 15 seriously, in France to-day when ...

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  13. SWIMMING RECORDS SHATTERED Marshall Fourth But Breaks World Time

    TOKYO, Aug. 12 (A.A.P.-Reuter).—Australian swimmer John Marshall to-night broke the recognised world record for 880 yards free style by 4.4s, but finished only fourth. Japan's pride, ...

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  14. Ship Deserter Can Stay Here After All

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.— Immigration officers would not deport a young British seaman sentenced to a month's gaol ...

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    TOKYO, Aug. 12 (A.A.P.-Reuter). — General MacArthur's Headquarters in Korea announced that two ...

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  16. Spender Talks In Italy About Migrants

    LONDON, Aug. 12 (A.A.P.).—The Italian Foreign Minister, Count Sforza, to-day received the Australian ...

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  17. Children Sold For 3/9 In Famine

    MADRAS, August 12 (A.A.P.).—Parents in the Tinnevelly district of southern India were selling their children for two rupees (3/9) and grown-ups for five rupees, members told the ...

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    LONDON, Aug. 12.—Chubby-faced Jeffrey Hinkinson, 17, of Birmingham, has been dismissed from the Boy Scouts' Association because he collected 200 signatures for the Communist-backed ...

    Article : 169 words
  19. Maps Missing

    An attache case containing Army papers was found yesterday in a telephone booth at George's Heights Barracks. ...

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  20. Allies Suspend Red Paper In Germany

    FRANKFURT, August 12 (A.A.P.). — Allied authorities to-day suspended the Communist newspaper "Mannheim ...

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  21. Charged With Assaulting Girl

    Detectives arrested a 67-year-old man last night, after a girl aged 11 had complained that she had been molested in ...

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  22. Bomb Wrecks Belgian Reds' H.Q.

    BRUSSELS, August 12 (A.A.P.).—A bomb explosion early, to-day did "considerable damage" to the headquarters of the Belgian Communist Party, in the centre of the city. Police said that there were no casualties. ...

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    WEST INDIES.—First Innings: A. [?] Rae, not out, 99; F. Worrell, not out, 66; sundries, 9. One wicket for ...

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