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    CANBERRA, Thursday.-- The Senate election will take place on Saturday, May 2, and most of April will be devoted to campaigning. ...

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    CANBERRA, Thursday.--Highly secret trials of guided missiles at Woomera rocket range are to be intensified this year. This announcement was ...

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  6. Air Chief Flies New Vampire

    CHIEF OF THE AIR STAFF, Air Marshal "Sir Donald Hardman, flew the R.A.A.F.'s new Vampire jet training plane over Laverton yesterday. Later he said, "She handles beautifully." Top:--Going into a climb just after take-off. Lower:--Sir Donald Hardman (left) and the test pilot who ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Crisis Near Over Italian Seats Plan

    Italy's chamber or Deputies last night again stalled off (until today) a showdown on Premier de ...

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  8. 6000 Homeless in Saigon Fire

    About 6000 Vietnamese are homeless after a fire ravaged part of the north-west of Saigon ...

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  9. Professor Leaves R.A.S.

    Following the retirement of Mr. Louis Monod, secretary for 21 years of the Royal Agricultural ...

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  10. Aircraft Fares May be Raised

    SYDNEY, Thursday.--An increase in air fares is expected on Australian airlines following an increase in the price af high octane petrol, which came ...

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  11. Blizzards in North U.S.

    Snow and ice storms lashed sections of the mid-west and northern Rockies today with ...

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  12. Egyptians Accused of False Rumors

    A top-secret letter has been written to Sudanese officials by Sir James Robertson, Civil ...

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  14. Hitler's Ghost Still Strides in Germany

    LONDON, January 15. -- Reuters diplomatic correspondent says the arrest of six old Nazi leaders plotting to regain power in West Germany is ...

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  15. Move Against West Seen in Red Purge

    NEW YORK, January 15.--Several interpretations published today, of the Soviet action in arresting nine doctors, most of them Jews, on charges of plotting to kill political and military leaders by medical sabotage, agreed that it was ...

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  16. U.N. Planes Pound Enemy

    Allied fighter-bombers flew through heavy antiaircraft fire and attacks by Communist MIG-15 ...

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  17. Radio-phone Contacts

    The Postmaster - General (Mr. Anthony) announces that Australia now has access by radio-telephone to 64 ...

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  18. Greek Buys Big Interest in Monte Carlo

    A Greek-born shipping magnate, Aristotle Socrates Homer Onassis, announced in Paris ...

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    ".... and, to boot, I can't wag my tail. Such is life at this so-called Taihvaggcrs' Club, Burwood."-- Thoughts from Boy Sand, Australian terrier, left at the club by his owner during holidays. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. New Loyalty Programme by Eisenhower

    President-elect Eisenhower is reported to have told his Cabinet that he wants a zealous search ...

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