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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 7 words
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  5. KEY UNIONS OUT TODAY. BUT MODERATES PROTEST

    RANK and file members of some unions have revolted against Communist attempts to stage general strikes because of the imprisonment of L. J. McPhillips, ...

    Article : 366 words
  6. Face expulsion by Philippines "Start packing" hint to 60 Australians

    "THE Australians can start packing now and be ready to leave Manila as soon as my bill becomes law." This blunt warning was ...

    Article : 224 words
  7. Attlee flays Reds

    Communism was strongly denounced by Mr Attlee, British Prime Minister, at a meeting of the Glasgow ...

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    PRINCE CHARLES WAS PLAYING WITH HIS MOTHER'S NECKLACE when this informal picture was taken at the weekend. (By picturegram from London). ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. 3 DEAD IN ACCIDENTS

    Slippery, wet roads were a contributory cause of many road accidents at the weekend. ...

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  10. Ghastly travesty

    "The communists have concentrated on economic freedom, narrowed down the concept of freedom, ...

    Article : 66 words
  11. Battle to rescue child trapped ia oil well

    SIXTY men using the most nDclern machinery are toiling to reach Kathy Fiscus, 3, who fell down a narrow 120ft abandoned oil well at San Marino, California, late on Friday. The child was playing in ...

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  12. £700 ROBBERY AT CAULFIELD

    Women's clothing valued at £700 was stolen from s the Noelette frock shop in Dandenong rd, East ...

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  13. "Old Shibboleths"

    "They continued to mouth their old shibboleths about British imperialism. "There is no personal ...

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  15. Dr Burton beoten in seat ballot

    CANBERRA, Sun: Dr John Burton, head of the External Affairs Department, was defeated in the Labour ...

    Article : 137 words
  16. NO TRAM STOPPAGE

    The 24-hour tramway stoppage threatened for today has been deferred for three weeks. ...

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  17. Enduring peace

    Mr Attlee, after repeating that the Atlantic Pact was not aggressive, said he still believed the United Nations ...

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  18. Franklin Roosevelt's wife goes to Reno for divorce

    THE "Montaug and Capulet" romance which shook American society and big business in 1937, has reached an unhappy ending with the arrival at Reno, Nevada, of Mrs Franklin Roosevelt, wife of the late President's son, to seek a divorce. ...

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    FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT JUNIOR AND HIS WIFE, formerly Miss Ethel Dupont, photographed before their marriage in 1937. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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