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  2. NOTES on the NEWS

    BY lifting with such speed a number of war time restrictions while at the same time maintaining some essential ...

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  3. WAR WITH SOVIET WAS PURE FOLLY

    A strange and previously unreported meeting occurred at Hitler's eastern headquarters in November, 1941, where the principal army commanders decided that war with the Soviet Union was 'pure folly" and the Fuehrer was leading Germany to ruin, it is ...

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  4. IN THE NEWS--By Wilson Cooper

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  5. CIANO'S DIARY

    In this, the sixth instalment of his diary. Count Ciano, Mussolini's son-in-law, gives intimate glimpses of some of the ...

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  6. TELEMARK'S QUIZ

    Winnie says that a man who can convince his wife that a woman looks fat in a fur coat is not only a diplomat but one of the seven modern wonders. 1. Maybe, but can you name the ...

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  7. EDITORIAL

    ASIA and Europe provide an excellent seed bed either for an unprecedented era of human emancipation--or for another world war. What is grown in this bed depends not only upon the ...

    Article : 605 words
  8. Book Reviews

    In "Eduard Benes" (Alliance Press Ltd.) Philip Paneth writes of a man and a country well known to him, and, in his one hundred and twenty-six large pages, he has wasted no space on unimportant ...

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  9. HANLON REVIEWS PREMIERS' CONFERENCE DISCUSSIONS

    The Deputy Premier (Mr E. M. Hanlon), who returned from Canberra last night, today reviewed discussions at the Premiers' Conference which, he said, was the most successful ever held. Queensland supported the view ...

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  10. Garden Notes:

    These notes will review in a general manner warm weather subjects which will prove of service in the ...

    Article : 321 words
  11. CHILDREN'S SECTION

    NAME AND AGE ADDRESS Many boys and girls have written to "Peter Pan" recently telling of holidays enjoyed in the country, so this week we have drawn a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 196 words
  12. THIS WEEK IN COURT

    SHE was 73, and a widow--a pensioner who had lived in the same house for 22 years. Consequently when she learned that after all this time the landlord not only wanted his house back, but ...

    Article : 360 words
  13. Poem of the Week

    Some happy roses, nodding in the sun, And lending sweeter fragrance to the day, ...

    Article : 110 words
  14. Austns for UK Chambers of Commerce Talks

    CANBERRA: Australia will be represented at the London Conference in October of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce of the ...

    Article : 173 words
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