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  2. JAPANESE WAR CRIMINALS RELEASED

    Two Japanese war criminals, Yoshika Yagi (left) and Toshio Hatakeyma, walking out of Sugamo prison last week. The United States approved the release. Yagi was serving 15 years' imprisonment and Hatakeyma 12 years. They are now on parole. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Hughes's Will Witnesses Missing

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—Two witnesses to the will of the late Mr. W. M. Hughes are still being sought ...

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  4. S. AFRICAN CALL 0N RACE ISSUE

    NEW YORK, November 13 (A.A.P.).—South Africa yesterday called on the United Nations to declare itself incompetent to ...

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  5. MORE SOLDIER FARMS

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Minister for the Interior, Mr. W. S. Kent Hughes, said to-night that the Commonwealth Government had decided to discuss ...

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  6. Legal Reverse For Malan Government

    CAPETOWN, Nov. 13.—Dr. Malan's Nationalist Government suffered a severe reverse to-day ...

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  7. Possible Move Against "Faith-healer"

    The Health Department was conferring with the police about possible action against A. C. Valdez, who ...

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  8. Railway Staff Assurance

    The State secretary of the Australian Railways Union, Dr. L. Ross, said yesterday the Acting ...

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  9. IMPORT RISE NEXT YEAR Slight Easing Of Restrictions

    CANBERRA, Thursday.—The Government would ease slightly from January 1 the import restrictions imposed last March, the Minister for Trade and ...

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  10. TRUCKS AND ACCIDENTS

    The limitation on truck drivers' driving hours would increase, not decrease, road accidents, ...

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  11. Man Burnt To Death

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A former mayor of St. Kilda, Councillor Frank W. Binns, of Elwood, was ...

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  12. Stoppage By Railway Men

    Two hundred men employed at the railway department's water supply depot, Erskineville, went on strike at ...

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  13. ECONOMIC TALKS

    LONDON, Nov. 13 (A.A.P.).—The Commonwealth Prime Ministers' conference, which opens in ...

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  15. FIRMS OPPOSE RELAXATION

    Australian clothing manufacturers were bitterly opposed to any relaxation of import restrictions on ...

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  16. Approach To Unions On Orchestra

    A proposal that the tradeunion movement in N.S.W. should sponsor the establishment of a second Sydney ...

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  17. More Food For Britain

    LONDON, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Britons will get more food this Christmas than they have had since ...

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  18. JOAN FONTAINE MARRIES AGAIN

    HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 13 (A.A.P.).—Film actress Joan Fontaine and producer Collier Young were married at ...

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  19. Hit-and-run Driver Sent To Gaol

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. — Alexander Proven Barr, 29, a member of the Australian Soccer team ...

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  20. AUSTRALIAN WRITERS' BIG SUCCESS IN U.K.

    LONDON, Nov. 13 (A.A.P.).—Books, plays, and scripts by Australian writers have earned more than £1 million for English publishers, producers, and booksellers during ...

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  21. Railways Pay Maimed Boy £10,000

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.—A 12-year-old boy was awarded £10,000 damages by a Supreme ...

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  22. Lucky T.A.A. Passenger

    MELBOURNE, Thursday. —Some time next Tuesday a passenger will become Trans-Australia Airlines' three ...

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  23. USE OF BASES REFUSED

    TOKYO, November 13 (A.A.P.-Reuter). — Japan yesterday rejected requests by non-American members ...

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  24. Protest By Saar Parties

    BONN, Nov. 13 (A.A.P.). —Pro-German parties in the Saar which are not licensed to take part in the ...

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  25. Mechanical Sow May Raise Bacon Supply

    LONDON, November 13 (A.A.P.).—Experts consider that a mechanical sow invented and tested ...

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  26. Aorangi Damaged By Big Wave In Pacific

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). —A huge wave smashed windows and tore away ...

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  27. AUSTRALASIAN CHESS

    AUCKLAND, Thursday (A.A.P.—Reuter). — The third game of the Australasian chess championship to-night between ...

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