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    TRIGGER-HAPPY Communist fighter pilots have pushed East-West relations to danger point, diplomats agreed in Washington yesterday. Washington shares the alarm of the whole free world ...

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    Shining, sparkling Half Moon Bay splashed up in scintillating satellites, glistening drops of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Crack shots train for the 'big day'

    PTE. REG. LOWRY, of North Carlton, one of the crack shots of "C" Company, 2nd Battalion, sent the spray pluming around the target ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. Ten abreast in Anzac march

    TEN abreast — not the usual 20 — will be the "order of the day" for this year's Anzac Day march in Melbourne. Width of the marching ...

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  6. Under

    "SORRY," said the welldressed young man on the Essendon tram yesterday, "I only have a £5 note, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Not one potato on sale!

    Potato-hunting housewives flocked to the Victoria and suburban markets yesterday—but there ...

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    Scoul, Friday: U.S. Sabre jets shot down six M.I.G. 15's in awirling air battles over North Korea today. ...

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  11. A week to go — and what, of the Games?

    AUSTRALIA has only seven days left to save the 1956 Olympics for Melbourne. Present indications are that the main problem ...

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  13. Now it is the Perth airport

    Guildford international airport is to be known as the Perth airport. Sir Joseph Totterdell, Lord ...

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  14. Test man injured

    Alan Davidson, 23-year-old N.S.W. left arm swing bowler, was admitted to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  15. £1m. migrant claim likely

    MIGRANTS probably would seek £1 million refund from the Commonwealth following yesterday's High Court ruling on migrant hostel tariffs, Mr. D. Sceats said ...

    Article : 151 words
  16. Buses cut train fare

    To counter increasing competition by long distance motor coaches, Britain's nationalised railways have ...

    Article : 72 words
  17. Farouk goes out with a blonde

    Ex-King Farouk went to a night club with a long-haired blonde model last night and stayed until the early hours ...

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