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    AMERICANS joined in the Coral Sea march in Melbourne for the first time on Wednesday. Led by the "Stars and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. MACARTHUR SAYS UNITED STATES HAS NO POLICY FOR FAR EAST

    WASHINGTON, Friday (A.A.P.): Russia had eyes on [?] Pacific and Indian Oceans, General MacArthur told the [?] inquiry by the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committee yesterday. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. LATEST ELECTION FIGURES

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  7. 1200 MEN WORK N.Z. WATERFRONT; ALL QUIET

    AUCKLAND, Friday (A.A.P.-Reuter): Over 1200 men worked Cargo on Auckland wharves today, compared with a daily average of 1600 before the strike began on February 16. ...

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  8. Move to Slash Red-Tape in Power Supply

    SYDNEY, Friday: An authority to "cut red-tape and stop buck-passing" in electricity problems is expected to be appointed at a conference tomorrow. THE Minister for Works and ...

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  9. "WE WILL WIN" SAYS GENERAL

    The Allied ground commander in Korea, Lieut.-Gen. Van Fleet, said in an order-of-the day to his troops recently:. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. CONCERN ABOUT MACARTHUR AND U.S. SECRET CODE

    WASHINGTON, Fri. (AAP): General Omar Bradley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs-of-Staff, yesterday warned Senate ...

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  11. RECOUNT TO BE SOUGHT IN BARTON ELECTION

    SYDNEY, Friday: Mrs. Nancy Wake (Lib.), who was defeated in the Barton poll by Dr. Evatt, will request a recount. ...

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  12. GRAZIER ACQUITTED

    NYNGAN, Friday: Edward Ronald Backhouse, 29, grazier, Tarawere Station, Miandetta (near Nyngan), was acquitted ...

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  13. 70 Aust. Troops Have Lost Lives in Korean War

    BRISBANE, Friday: Seventy Australian troops have lost their lives in Korea since they went into action on October 7, 1950, the ...

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  14. Reds Retire When Allied Units Stab

    TOKYO, Fri. (A.A.P.-Reuter): United Nations forces took the initiative across most of the 100-mile Korean front today. Communist troops recoiled in limited ...

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  17. DOCTOR SUGGESTS CHICKENS MAY SPREAD POLIO

    SYDNEY, Friday: The possibility that chickens may be instrumental in the spread of poliomyelitis has been advanced ...

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  18. U.S. PROPOSES SANCTIONS AGAINST CHINA

    LAKE SUCCESS, Fri. (AAP): The United States yesterday proposed that United Nations members should stop sending any ...

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  19. Miners' Chiefs to Confer on Glen Davis

    SYDNEY, Friday: The president of the Miners' Federation (Mr. Williams) and the secretary (Mr. Grant) will ...

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  20. Efforts to Save Boy With Tetanus at Hay

    SYDNEY, Friday: There is no change in the condition of a 10-year-old boy admitted to Hay Hospital on Wednesday ...

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