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    City Forecast: Fine, mild to warm day, cool night: light to moderate NE to NW winds. ...

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  5. Sinatra Arrested On Assault Charge

    HOLLYWOOD, Wednesday.--Bobby-sox idol, Frank Sinatra, has been arrested and charged with assaulting Lee Mortimer, film ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Hammond Married Again

    TEST CAPTAIN RE-MARRIES. falter Hammond, MCC captain, who arrived from Australia on Tuesday, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. SERVICES CLAMP DOWN ON VITAL WAR SECRETS

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Australia -- internationally recognised as a testing ground for weapons of the future--is clamping down tightly on all espionage leaks. ...

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  8. Search For Boy On Bushranger's Track

    MITTAGONG, Thursday.--In search of Terence Norris Cronin, 16, who has been lost since Tuesday, bushmen are leading parties along the track used by the bushranger, Starlight. Cronin, who lives In ...

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  9. QUEER ANGLE

    Henri Skrochi (29) came home to his fiat at Lille, France, in ...

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  10. Surprise Rendezvous With Police

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.--Police have arrested a youth who is alleged to have fired a shot past a ...

    Article : 138 words
  11. Union Threat To Gas Supply

    Gas may have to be rationed, because of a shortage of labor, if militants are successful in a move to ban overtime in the gas industry. ALP supporters, who see in this ...

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  12. CONTACT

    NEW name for earbashers: WAX BORERS. Wronn 'Un: There was, a ...

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  13. Football Bladders Round Legs

    Searched by police after being arrested for stealing six cakes of chocolate yesterday, Robert Coskeric, 39, ...

    Article : 158 words
  14. Rescuers Bogged In Slime

    KATHERINE, Thursday.--The men who returned here last night after rescuing the ...

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    NEW YORK, Wednesday. --The former Mayor of New York, Mr. Fiorello La Guardia (above) has been ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  16. Natives In Court For Loitering

    PERTH, Thursday.-- Seventeen natives were charged in Mt. Magnet police court yesterday ...

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  17. Her Ingenuity Puzzles Them

    MUNICH. Thursday.--Doctors have found thai Fran [?]se Koch, one of the Buchenwald concentration camp ...

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  18. SCOTS MOTORS FOR AUS.

    LONDON, Thursday. -- Bruee Peebles and Co. Ltd., Edinburgh engineers have finished one of two 20-ton electric motors, which ...

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  20. WARM TILL WEEK-END

    The warm autumn weather is expected to last until the weekend, reported the Weather Bureau today. No rain fell in ...

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  21. Shot Off Snake, Finger Too

    ALBURY, Thursday.--When a brown snake buried its fangs in his little finger and clung to it. 15-year-old Robert Heriot, of ...

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  22. Regatta Will Be Quieter This Year

    Although a record crowd is expected to line the banks of the Nepean River at Penrith on Saturday for the GPS regatta, indications are that it won't reach pre-war standards for ...

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  23. Editorial

    So Australian soldiers in Japan are forbidden by official order to honor publicly Anzac Day--most sacred day in Australia's annals. Why? In deference to Japanese sensitivity. ...

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  24. Scratched By Cat, Gets Award

    A woman who Inadvertently trod on a cat in a shop on her way home from work was clawed and the wound ...

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  25. STOP-PRESS

    Moscow.--Harold Stassen, former Governor of Minnesota, who hopes to run as Republican candidate for US ...

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  26. U.K. May Face Hanger

    LONDON, Thursday.--A conference of England s agricultural organisations yesterday warned the Government of the possibility of hunger facing the nation. It was pointed out that Britain ...

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