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    KOREAN ceasefire negotiations look dangerously close to a breakdown, according to latest Korean reports. Simultaneously in Sydney, the former ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. Pay move to Cabinet

    STATE Labour members are seeking allowances to meet higher living costs. They have referred the question to ...

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  5. DAY by DAY

    FESTIVE NOTE: Christmas turkey's were up to 6/6 lb. retail yesterday—and ...

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  6. The last men back from Korea

    HOMING SMILE of Lieut.-Commander B. E. Turner (left), captain of the New Zealand frigate, Rotoiti, yesterday, after service in Korean waters. Electrician's mate Ivan Sainty, of Auckland (right), brought back a beard after 13 months' war service, but... ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Seven Labour members voted with the Government in the ...

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  8. 20 Dead in new terror

    SINGAPORE, November 14 (A.A.P.).—When terrorists derailed the Singapore mail train to-day four ...

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  9. Reds 'murder 643 P.O.W's'

    SEOUL, November 14 (A.A.P.).—A high 8th Army officer alleged to-day that the Chinese Communists had murdered 2513 American war prisoners in a single mass ...

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  10. Persian visit to Egypt

    LONDON, November 14 (A.A.P.).—Persia's Premier (Dr. Mossadeq) will visit ...

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  11. Chinese pay, or else

    NEW YORK, November 14 (A.A.P.).—Almost 90 per cent. of New York's Chinatown ...

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  12. Is longest tunnel

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Tunnellers holed through Mt. Painter ridge in the Kiewa Valley at 1.50 ...

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  13. Rain from heat?

    QUEENSLAND'S only hope of rain lies in the North's rising temperatures. ...

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  14. "It's been a real war"

    "THE Commonwealth Fleet will miss you," was a farewell signal to the New Zealand frigate Rotoiti when she left Korean waters after 13 months' service. ...

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  15. He's in his first real pants

    LONDON, November 14.—Prince Charles will motor to Buckingham Palace to see the King to-day. The car ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Slide danger

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—Two small mining villages are facing danger from a landslide. They are Mt. ...

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  17. Atom 'raid' in America

    NEW YORK, November 14.—The city's civil defence forces will go into action for the first time ...

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    DARWIN, Wednesday.—Northern Territory natives could not be conscripted and forced to work. ...

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    BRISBANE market agents expect more potatoes than over to go across the border to New South Wales. This follows the ...

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  21. Found his wife and child dead

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Wasyl Stroganov, 34-year-old Ukranian migrant, found his wife and ...

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  22. Slash dollars

    PARIS, November 14 (A.A.P.).—The French Government to-day decided to slash dollar imports by ...

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    PARIS, November 14 (A.A.P.).—In the United Nations General Assembly to-day, the ...

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  24. Waive claims

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Some insurance companies had agreed to waive clauses in life insurance policies ...

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  25. Big tumble by shares

    SHARE prices fell sharply in Sydney and Melbourne yesterday. In Sydney, the index of ...

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  26. 10 Divorce bids

    NEW YORK, November 14 (A.A.P.).—A Worcester (Massachusetts) couple has filed 10 divorce suits—five ...

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  27. Author praised

    NEW YORK, November 14.—(A.A.P.).—The New York Times book reviewer to-day chose for his daily highlight ...

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  28. Fadden's trip

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—The Treasurer (Sir Arthur Fadden) may leave, Australia for London in a ...

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  29. Stole Navy ship

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A 50ft. launch, stolen from the Navy victualling yards at Pyrmont on Tuesday night ...

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  30. Radio beneift

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Totally and permanently incapacitated ex-servicemen can now obtain a broadcast ...

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  31. To marry again

    LONDON, November 14 (Special).—Mrs. Cynthia Frankau, 35, widow of comedian Ronald Frankau ...

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  32. Ratify treaty?

    CANBERRA, Wednesday.—Australia is expected to ratify the Japanese peace treaty early next year. ...

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  33. Milk in bags

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Milk will one day be thrown over the fence in plastic bags. Mr. C. F. ...

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  34. Knightfall?

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—Melbourne Trades Hall Council will be asked to-morrow night to discuss a ...

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  35. Long "smoke"

    SYDNEY, Wednesday.—A B.C.P.A. airliner which reached Mascot to-night encountered a smoke screen ...

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    HUME HILL (North Queensland) residents have built themselves a £2000 road by community ...

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  37. Super cargo

    Melbourne, Wednesday.—The Canadian ship, Lakeside listing heavily, reached Melbourne to-day ...

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    LONDON, November 14.—A leading U.S. cigarette manufacturer offered the Duke of Edinburgh a payment last week to endorse nu advertising campaign. Philip's aide replied: "Since his marriage ...

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  39. Bronze stolen

    MELBOURNE, Wednesday.—A truck loaded with bronze valued at £3000 was stolen from a yard in ...

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