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    LONDON, Nov. 1.--Underground warfare waged by guerillas, many of whom are deserters from the Red army and German Communist police, is sweeping through the Soviet zone of Germany. ...

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  6. Awards to Scouts, Guides

    AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE, MELBOURNE, on Saturday, the Governor-General (Sir William Slim), as Chief Scout in Australia, presented to Victorian recipients their certificates as Queen's Scout and Queen's Guide, the highest awards for which scouts and guides may qualify. Some of ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    Tomorrow, Australia will celebrate its premier national carnival--the world-renowned Melbourne Cup--and latest reports promise a fine day. Early this morning, thousands of inter-State ...

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  8. Ex-Minister's Father Fails in Kahibah

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--Alderman Thomas Armstrong, an independent Labor candidate, ...

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  9. 15 Years for U.S. Private

    A court martial found a United States soldier, Private Robert W. Dorey, 21, guilty of spying for ...

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  10. Not Ready to Admit China

    DARWIN, Sunday.--Australia is not likely to support Red China's admission to United Nations yet. The Minister for External Affairs (Mr. Casey) said ...

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  11. No Prizes for Peron

    The Argentine press severely criticised the Nobel Prize Committee today for not giving this ...

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  12. Reds' Talks With P.O.W. Cancelled

    PAN MUN JOM, Nov. 1 (A.A.P.)--Prisoner of War Repatriation Commission tonight cancelled tomorrow's scheduled [?] ...

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  13. Atrocity Victims Details Awaited

    The U.S. Army department said in a report issued last Wednesday that 20 ...

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  14. Unknown Tomb in the Abbey

    Workmen have found a tomb in Westminster Abbey nobody knew was there, says the "Sunday ...

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  15. Labor Win in Waverley

    SYDNEY, Sunday.--When counting ceased to-day for the Waverley by-election, the A.L.P. ...

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  16. Labor Tribute to Former Leader

    Around a flag-draped memorial, surmounted with a high Celtic cross, 1500 Labor followers yesterday paid tribute to James Henry Scullin, a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  17. Index in Advertisements

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  18. Russians in Korean War

    The United States Army last night made a formal charge, based on sworn statements from ...

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  19. [?]a Pleased by Invitation

    An official Persian Government statement, issued yesterday, expressed "pleasure" at Mr. ...

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  20. Every Little

    Miss Inez Hill, 83, who died in Cambridge last August, left £300 of her £4000 estate "towards ...

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  22. Biplane Won Women's First Air Reliability Trial

    ADELAIDE, Sunday.--Mrs. Hazel Roberts, of Richmond (North Queensland), who won the first air reliability trial to be held in Australia, tonight described her win as "the greatest thrill of a lifetime." ...

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  23. Resignation of Lord Cherwell

    The Queen yesterday accepted the resignation of Lord Cherwell, Paymaster-General and Sir ...

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