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  2. S. KOREA Plan for defence build-up

    SEOUL, Sunday (AAP-Reuter).—President Park Chung-Hee said yesterday that he had anticipated an ...

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  3. Paul Robeson

    PHILADELPHIA, Sunday (AAP).—Paul Robeson, the left-wing black singer-actor who was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. LEBANESE P.M. RESUMES Peace initiative progresses

    BEIRUT, Sunday (AAP-Reuter). —Isolated outbreaks of fighting throughout Lebanon kept the country in a high state of tension ...

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  5. WORLD NEWS 'HAPPY WARRIOR' PLAYS THE ODDS Humphrey optimistic

    THE latest bulletin from George Gallup is that Mr Humphrey is leading the Democratic poll and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Wallace lead

    JACKSON, Mississippi, Sunday (AAP).—Alabama's Governor George Wallace drew support from ...

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  7. PORTUGAL Military cuts to be made

    LISBON, Sunday (AAP). —Portugal's military chief of staff, General Ramalho Eanes, said on Friday ...

    Article : 164 words
  8. DIEGO GARCIA Secret payment to Britain

    WASHINGTON, Sunday (AAP-Reuter).—The United States secretly paid Britain to uproot more ...

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  9. Countries seek ban on some weapons

    GENEVA, Sunday (AAP-Reuter).—Representatives of about 30 countries would begin on Wednesday a new ...

    Article : 102 words
  10. Ford 'fit as a fiddle'

    WASHINGTON, Sunday (AAP).—President Ford, after his annual physical checkup, was pronounced ...

    Article : 123 words
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    Former British prisoners of war return on Thursday to the bridge on on the River Kwai (also spelt Kwae) in Thailand, which they built during World War II as prisoners of the Japanese. They were accompanied by their wives. More than 100,000 Asians and Europeans died ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. Proposal on Palestine

    UNITED NATIONS, Sunday (AAP).—Six members of the UN Security Council formally ...

    Article : 150 words
  15. IN THE WAKE OF A SAINT

    CROSSHAVEN, Ireland, Sunday (AAP).—A banana-shaped boat made of wood and leather ...

    Article : 135 words
  16. US SURVEY Many 'functional illiterates'

    NEW ORLEANS, Sunday (AAP).—One in five adult Americana is functionally illiterate and ...

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  17. LORD HAW-HAW For reburial in Ireland

    LONDON, Sunday (AAP-Reuter).—The daughter of Mr William Joyce. the Nazi ...

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  19. Discharges

    LONDON, Sunday (Reuter).—The British Array will discharge 18 soldiers and ask an officer to resign ...

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