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  3. Metropolitan FORECAST:

    Weather improving. ...

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  5. Young Choristers Sing for Jubilee Honors

    A STUDY IN EXPRESSION was provided by these young choristers as they competed in the Jubilee School Choir Festival last night at the Exhibition. The festival attracted choirs from every State. This one came from Sydney. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Minister Seeks Early Pension Rise

    HOBART, Friday.--The Minister for Social Services (Mr. Townley) will endeavor to bring the bill to amend the ...

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    TOKIO, September 21 (A.A.P. Reuters).--Allied tanks and infantry smashed into the enemy ''iron triangle" in Central Korea today in perhaps the heaviest armored blow of the war. ...

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  8. Anti-Frost Equipment for Troops

    Quartermasters throughout the British Commonwealth Division today are distribution 15,000 heavy blankets ...

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  9. Twice Daily Doctors' Visits to Palace

    The King was visited again today by doctors attending him for a lung complaint, Four doctors ...

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  10. U.S. Physicist Returns Home

    A missing physicist for whom police had been making a widespread search, returned to his home at Arlington ...

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  11. First Shots in Britain's Election Fight

    A day of hurried small party conclaves throughout Britain, together with a race to book halls, have ...

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  12. Poll Upsets Australia's Food Talks

    The British election has thrown Australia's food talks with the British Government into the ...

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    The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) and the Leader of the Opposition (Dr. Evatt) last night made their final appeals on the referendum issue. They are:-- The Prime Minister ...

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  14. Japanese Move to Regain Territories

    TOKIO, September 21 (A.A.P.).--The Japanese Government party, the Liberals, today laid claim to the Kuriles Islands--signed away by their own leader ...

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    Lieut.-Col. J. P. Carne, commanding officer of the 1st Battalion of the Gloucestershire Regiment, who was reported ...

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  16. Victorians in Korean Wounded

    CANBERRA, Friday.--The names of two Victorians are in the latest casualty list from Korea:-- ...

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  17. Nudism Loses Professor Job

    A college professor who was dismissed because he belonged to a nudist group said today he was having a ...

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  20. Wind Change Saves Town From Fire

    Red-eyed volunteer firefighters and a fortunate change in the direction of the wind were credited ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. Eight Killed, 45 Injured in U.K. Rail Smash

    LONDON, Sept. 21 (A.A.P.)--Eight people are known to have been killed and 45 injured when the Liverpool to London express hurtled off the rails at Weedon today. The engine and ...

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  22. M. Gromyko Rings Liner's Alarm Bell

    Alarm bells buzzed and warning lights glowed red as the French liner Ile de France, homeward bound from New ...

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  23. U.S. Experimenting with New A-bombs

    NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (A.A.P.).--The next atomic tests in Nevada will preface the production by the United States of atomic weapons for use against enemy ...

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  24. Oil Dispute Did Not Affect U.K. Industry

    LONDON, September 21 (A.A.P.).--Persian oil, though convenient to the Western world, was not essential and the stoppage of supplies had in no way affected the smooth running of industry in Britain. ...

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  25. Danced Off With 'Dowry'

    A 22-year-old former, Montmartre can-can dancer has been arrested for "borrowing" £700 savings of her police ...

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  26. Brazil Disaster

    RIO DE PANEIRO, Sept. 21. Twenty-one persons were killed and more than 100 injured when a train crowded ...

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  27. Farmers Stage Armed Revolt In Brazil

    President Getullo Vargas was expected today to order Federal intervention in Maranhao State to quell an armed revolt ...

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  29. Japanese Sales to Red China

    The Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry has published new regulations covering exports to ...

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  30. Rain Checks Attendance

    Though thousands were at the Show yesterday before the heavy rain arrived, the downpour must have kept away ...

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  31. German Trade Agreement

    East and West Germany signed a new trade agreement yesterday after the Russian Zone guaranteed that traffic ...

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