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  2. ARTISTS VISION OF A MELBOURNE OF TOMORROW

    "PEAK HOUR, 1970," is the fanciful title given to this drawing by C. F. Beauvais, The Argus Weekend Magazine staff artist, who foresees the day when the helicopter has come into universal use for city and suburban traffic. He imagines that Melbourne has been rebuilt and that this particular scene is on the roof of The Argus building, at the corner of Elizabeth and Latrobe sts. The big helicopter in the foreground ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. From the New Books: BRITAIN AT BAY THE MOSQUITO

    "UNLESS we wish to stand by, and to suffer State after State to be subverted under the power of—, we must now declare our firm ...

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