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  4. Will Spend £700m. On Defence

    Australia would spend about £700m. on defence during the next three years, the Prime ...

    Article : 419 words
  5. SLAIN ENVOY DREW FIRE ON HIMSELF

    Sir Henry Gurney, for three years British High Commissioner in Malaya, who was killed in a Communist terrorist ambush yesterday, attracted attention to himself to save the life of his wife. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Reds Name New Site For Talks

    The Communist leaders in Korea today proposed an immediate re-opening of the cease-fire talks at a new site—Panmunjom, five miles south of Kaesong on the edge of the present neutral zone. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 630 words
  7. Drove New Diesel

    After she had christened the Commonwealth Railways new Diesel locomotive the Robert Gordon Menzies after her husband at Port Pirie on Saturday, Mrs. Menzies drove the big Diesel a short distance. For the occasion she was made an honorary member of the railwaymen's union. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. King Growing Bored

    "The King is bored and fretful, and his doctors are cheerful because this is a sign of returning strength," says the "Sunday Express." "His Majesty wants ...

    Article : 568 words
  9. Decision Soon On Range

    A decision on the acquisition of a site for an Army firing range in SA was expected "fairly ...

    Article : 120 words
  10. World Views On Stalin's Bomb Speech

    No official statements were made by the nations of the free world during the week-end on ...

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  11. U.K. To Modify Plea To U.N.; Mossadeq Leaves

    Britain has agreed to modify the resolution it introduced into the Security Council last week to facilitate new talks with Persia on the oil dispute, it ...

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  12. Australians In Grim Korea Battle

    On the western sector of the rugged 40-mile Korean front. British Northumberland Fusiliers and ...

    Article : 272 words
  13. Australians "Forgotten"

    While the morale of the UN forces in Korea was high, the Australians felt ...

    Article : 89 words
  14. Earthquake Shakes N.Z. Township

    A light earthquake shook Patea, a township 40 miles from Wanganui as a gale rose to its full height last ...

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  16. Planning Royal Flight To Canada

    BOAC's top pilot—Capt. O. P. Jones—briefs his crew on the Atlantic flight of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh for their tour of Canada. The Royal plane—an American Stratocruiser—is due in Montreal today. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  18. "May Help Awaken Western World"

    The slaying of Sir Henry Gurney "may help to awaken the Western world to the tremendous importance of the ...

    Article : 117 words
  19. U.S. And S. Korea Thank Australia

    The State Department said today that it "warmly appreciated" Australia's decision to send another ...

    Article : 87 words
  20. French Drop Troops To Fight Rebels

    Hundreds of French paratroopers have landed in the strategic rice-bowl province of Tonking to ...

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  21. Sightseers Storm Aboard Luxury Liner

    Women had their clothing ripped and children were almost trampled underfoot when ...

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  22. Royal Visit Fashion

    The "Royal Coiffure" is Canada's latest in hair styles. Inspired by the visit of Princes Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, the style features pictures of the Royal couple in the centre of two buns. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  23. MRS. MENZIES IS LOCO, UNIONIST—FOR

    Mrs. R. G. Menzies, wife of the Prime Minister, became the first woman member of the ...

    Article : 403 words
  24. 'No Message Yet Cancelling Tour'

    The Prime Minister said at Port Augusta yesterday that he had not yet received any ...

    Article : 136 words
  25. STOP PRESS

    Extensive damage was caused by a fire which broke but in the goods shed in the Salisbury railway yard at ...

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