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  3. THE WIND DIDN'T KEEP THEM FROM THE BEACH

    Enjoying the surf in yesterday's heat were John Pittman and Barry Livingstone, both seven years old, who surfed on Bondi Beach near their homes. Although temperatures shot past 100 degrees for the first time this season, high winds kept many people from the beaches. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Century Yesterday, But Cool To-day

    A scorching westerly yesterday shot Sydney's temperature to 101.3 degrees at 2.30 p.m. ...

    Article : 315 words
  5. CONGRESS BACKS TRUMAN

    WASHINGTON, Dec. 14 (A.A.P.). —Republican Party leaders yesterday gave President Truman their full support for a swift build-up of U.S. ...

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  6. Gin Hold In Korea, Says Attlee

    LONDON, Dec. 14 (A.A.P.).— The Prime Minister, Mr. Attlee, told the House of Commons ...

    Article : 491 words
  7. COLUMN 8

    A YOUNG grazier timidly approached a group of citizens in the lounge of the Wentworth yesterday. ...

    Article : 521 words
  8. Three Children Burned To Death In New Home

    COONAMBLE, Thurs— day.—A little girl and her two baby brothers were burned to death in their ...

    Article : 300 words
  9. Widow Battered To Death In Astor Flat: Police Puzzled

    Mrs. Edith Hill, a wealthy 65-year-old widow, was found bashed to death yesterday in her ninth-floor flat at The Astor, Macquarie Street, Sydney. ...

    Article : 539 words
  10. To Watching Their Flocks By Night —15/- (No Takers)

    ALBURY, Thursday.— Things have changed since shepherds watched their flocks by night, all ...

    Article : 86 words
  11. CHILDREN DROWN

    NAMBUCCA HEADS, Thursday.—Denise Milner, 7½, and her brother, Ian, 6, were drowned this afternoon ...

    Article : 148 words
  12. Check On Taxis Over Christmas

    The Commissioner for Road Transport, Mr. A. A. Shoebridge, said last night that transport officers would ...

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  13. Ald. J. Byrne Deputy Mayor

    The City Council yesterday elected Alderman J. Byrne as Deputy Lord Mayor for 1951. Alderman Byrne was a ...

    Article : 82 words
  14. Camp Guards Convicted

    BATHURST, Thursday.— Three migrants who had been employed as camp guards at Bathurst migrant centre were ...

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  15. WAVE OF CRIME

    After quiet weeks in which there was little crime, Sydney police yesterday had to investigate two hold-ups, ...

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  16. Surgeon Stumbles On A Police State's Deepest Secret

    IN the capital city of a Central European dictatorship, a visiting American surgeon stumbles on the State's most dangerous secret. He knows that unless he IN the capital city of a Central European dictatorship, a visiting American surgeon stumbles on the State's most dangerous secret. He knows that unless he ...

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  17. On Other Pages

    DOLLARS.—Commonwealth countries are to reexamine their dollar import restrictions, (p. 3) ...

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  18. LATE NEWS

    TOKYO, Dec. 14 (A.A.P.— Reuter).—Four American jet Snooting Stars to-day attacked 24 Russian-made jet ...

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  19. Church Bans Santa Claus ('Devilish Silly Old Man')

    DUBBO, Thursday.— There will be many Little Boys whom Santa Claus Forgot in Dubbo this ...

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  20. Inflation In Australia

    The second article in the series being published by the "Herald" on the present inflationary threat to our economy ...

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