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  3. Eisenhower's Attack On Book-Burners

    President Eisenhower yesterday spoke out against the "book-burners who are trying ...

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  4. 7,000 Plead For Spies At White House

    Pickets seeking clemency for Julius and Ethel Rosenberg patrolled the White House ...

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    Signs of a quick armistice in Korea are increasing, despite a full-scale Communist drive in the eastern front, says American Associated Press. Although the eleventh-hour enemy offensive has left ob- ...

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  6. Queen Reviews Navies

    After a cloudy, blustery early morning, bright sunshine provided a sparkling setting for today's Coronation naval review at Spithead—the Queen's great day with her navies. ...

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  7. Spithead Bound

    The Queen goes below aboard HMS Surprise, which was used as Royal Yacht for the Coronation review of the fleet at Spithead. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. Ten Hurt In NSW Gaol Clash

    Six prisoners and four gaol officers Mere hurt in a savage melee during a sensational mass prison break attempt at Grafton Gaol yesterday. ...

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  9. Fourth Day Of Test Washed Out

    Heavy rain during the night, followed by showers during the day, caused play on the fourth day of the first Test to be abandoned. ...

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  10. Rare Mishap In Football

    An accident believed unparalleled in Australian rules football caused the injury which forced West ...

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  11. Red Dean Sips Vodka In Russian Ship

    The Red Dean of Canterbury (Dr. Hewlett Johnson) ate red caviare and had a sip of vodka ...

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  12. Heavy Seas Destroy £10,000 Trawler

    Heavy seas last night smashed to pieces the 44-ft. £10,000 fishing trawler Waralla which ran aground ...

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  13. Cambodia Wants To Go Before U.N.

    The Indo-Chinese State of Cambodia, whose young king, Norodom Sihanouk, drove into Stan. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  14. New Weather Chief For S.A.

    The senior meteorologist in Perth (Mr. J. Hogan) has been appointed Deputy Director of ...

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  15. Soviet Envoy

    LONDON, June 15.—The Soviet Union's appointment of Vasily Alexeyevic Valkov as Ambassador to Yugoslavia ...

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  16. Royal Family Visit To H.M.A.S. Sydney

    HMAS Sydney's crew will have an extra thrill to add to their record of the Queen's Coronation review of her ...

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  18. Two British Migrants Die In Road Crash

    Two British migrants being given a "lift" to work on a motor cycle were killed in a smash at ...

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  19. Governor's New Secretary Here On Friday

    Lt-Col. A. W. A. Malcolm, who has been appointed private secretary to the Governor (Sir Robert George) ...

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  20. Youths Charged With Assault

    Five youths were arrested in the Botany-Alexandria area today and charged with indecent assault. ...

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  21. City May Have Zebra Crossings

    Adelaide City Council's traffic committee will consider the introduction of "zebra" ...

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  22. Littered Streets 'Cost Thousands'

    People who deliberately threw litter in streets were costing city ratepayers thousands of pounds a year. ...

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  23. Australian Pilot Killed In Korea

    A South Melbourne pilot, Sgt. D. T. Nolan, 26, has been killed in Korea. Air Headquarters ...

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  24. More Road Deaths Last Month

    Although there were 48 fewer accidents in SA last month than in April, the ...

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  25. To Study "Taxi Boycotting"

    The Adelaide City Council's traffic committee is to investigate reports that taxi drivers on North terrace ...

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    The prestige of the Lord Mayor of Adelaide, city councillors and the Adelaide City Council as an ...

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  27. Sara Quadruplets Leave For England

    The Sara quads, of Bellingen, NSW, aboard the Strathmore on Sunday, With their elder brother Geoffrey and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sara, they are on their way to visit their grandparents in England. The quads are (from left)—Alison, Philip, Mark and Judith. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  28. Fewer Polio Cases Last Year

    The Commonwealth Director-General of Health (Dr. A. J. Metcalfe) said today that there were 1,914 ...

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  29. Man Injured By Tyre Rim

    Donald Stringer, 26, farmer, of Arno Bay, received a fractured jaw and a possible fractured skull, and bad ...

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  30. Mau Mau Terrorists Surrender

    Thirteen Mau Mau terrorists surrendered at the weekend to African troops, Reuter reports. ...

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  31. Sir William Slim To Visit Victoria

    The Governor-General (Sir William Slim) will pay his first official visit to Victoria next week. He will fly ...

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  32. Woman Threatened Near Murder Scene

    Less than 100 yards from where the girl victims of the Thames-side double murder were found, a French woman ...

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  34. Six Ships Idle

    Six ships were without labor at Port Adelaide yesterday, continuing the worst! labor shortage for more than ...

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  35. Boy Killed In Collision

    Albert Edward Barket. six, of Heidelberg, was killed to-day when his bicycle and a car collided on the Nepean ...

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