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  5. Council plan for big hotel

    CITY COUNCIL alderman J. J. Carroll wants the council to build in Sydney the ...

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  6. Mother is frantic over doctor lost abroad

    A SYDNEY woman fears that her son-in-law, who has disappeared in Mexico with his three children, has lost his memory and is in trouble. The man is Australian scientist Dr. George D. Taylor, ...

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  7. Family in Mexican mystery

    AUSTRALIAN Dr. George Taylor, 34, who has disappeared in Mexico, and his wife. Formerly Norma Lee of Coogee, she was killed in a car accident in southern Mexico last February. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    MRS. W. LEE, mother-in-law of missing Dr. George Taylor, telephoning last night to ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  9. King's health improving

    THE responsible New York Times has attempted to allay grave anxiety caused by some ...

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  10. Airliner lands with faulty motor

    AN ANA four-engined Skymaster from Brisbane last night landed at Mascot with one of its ...

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    LANCASTERS of Bomber Command braved a 50 mph gale this morning to drop a mock atom-bomb on the invading "Redland" fleet. The attack was part of ...

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  12. BMA meets in secrecy

    BMA officials bgan a secret conference yesterday. It will continue today, and possibly on Monday. BMA officials began a secret conference yesterday. It ...

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