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  4. President Warns Against "Fatuous" Settlement Hopes

    The prospective Big Four Conference was only a beginning in a renewed effort that might last a generation, President Eisenhower [?] to-day. ...

    Article : 544 words
  5. CENTRAL FIGURES IN PRIVILEGES HEARING

    WITNESSES, Mr. R. E. Fitzpatrick (centre) and Mr. Frank Browne (right), arriving with Mr. Fitzpatrick's solicitor, Mr. W. H. Ready, at Parliament House yesterday morning for the hearing by the Privileges Committee into charges by Mr. Morgan (Lab., Reid). Mr. Morgan alleged attacks on him by The Bankstown Observer, of which Mr. Fitzpatrick is proprietor, ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 69 words
  6. RELEASE OF NEW GROUP OF U.S. FLIERS EXPECTED

    The release of more American airmen by Communist China is expected. It is believed an announcement that the fliers will be freed will be made before India's envoy, Mr. Krishna Menon, begins ...

    Article : 517 words
  7. Union Congress Asks Strikers' Terms

    A five-point plan to end Britain's nation-wide rail strike was put forward last night by the Trades Union Congress, governing body of the nation's eight million-strong unions. Under the plan, the 70,000 ...

    Article : 405 words
  8. INDONESIAN OPINION SEEN AS DIVIDED ON W. NEW GUINEA

    Indonesia was not 100 per cent. behind the Government in its claims for control of West New Guinea, a New York Times correspondent said to-day. ...

    Article : 238 words
  9. Liberal Senator Advocates Taxation Review

    Criticising the Government's fiscal policy in the Senate last night, Senator Wright (Tas.), suggested there should be a ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. Diver's Sickness Fatal For Two Japanese

    Two Japanese divers died from "diver's sickness" while working with the Japanese pearling fleet west of Bathurst ...

    Article : 150 words
  11. DIEM'S TROOPS SPRING TRAP ON HOA HAO REBELS

    Infantry of the South Vietnam national army plunged knee-deep into the rice fields 80 miles south of Saigon yesterday in an all-out manocuvre to trap the main forces of the rebel Hoa Hao sect ...

    Article : 311 words
  12. Nationalists May Boycott Games.

    Nationalist China would boycott the Melbourne Olympic Games [?] Communist Chinese athletes competed chairman of ...

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  13. GOVERNMENT MEMBERS DENY STORY OF "REBELS" MEETING

    Two Liberal members of the Government, Messrs. Timson (Higinbotham) and Fairbairn (Farrer), yesterday stongly denied reports that a group of Government back-bench "rebels," ...

    Article : 347 words
  14. MACLEAN WIDOW TO FACE TRIAL

    Mrs. Alice Alleen Smith, 48; was committed for trial on a chrge of murdering her husband with tha[?]um by the ...

    Article : 130 words
  15. Warm Reception For U. Nu In Yugoslavia

    Burma's Prime Minister, Mr. U. Nu,[?] arrived here yesterday on a ten-day official visit to Yugoslavia—and got a reception ...

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  16. WARMING-UP IN LONDON[?]

    LONDON, Tuesday.—London yesterday: had its hottest day since September 1 [?] [?] temperature rose to 71 decrea[?] ...

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  17. CEYLON TO HALVE TEA EXPORT DUTY

    COLOMBO, Tuesday.—Ceylon has decided to reduce the tea export duty from one rupee (18d. sterling) to 50 cents (9d. ...

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  18. U.S. CLAIMS DAMAGES FOR PLANE

    THE HAGUE[?] Tuesday.—The United States has filed an application with the International Court asking for about £537,700 ...

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  19. DAY'S PLAY ABANDONED IN JAMAICAN MATCH

    MONTEGO[?] BAY[?] (Jamaica), [?]esday.—Heavy rain yesterday forced the abandonment of the first day's play of the cricket ...

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  20. CONTROVERSIAL HOUSING PROJECT AT NARRABUNDAH

    THE BACK VIEW of five buildings nearing completion on the mass housing development on Narrabundah Heights. These andother buildings were strongly criticised by elected members of the Advisory Council as "sub-standard" for a ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  21. MR. CASEY DECLINES COMMENT ON MALAYAN ATTITUDE TO AUSTRALIAN TROOPS

    The Minister for External Affairs, Mr. Casey, yesterday in three occasions in the House of Representatives refused to enter into a controversy on whether Australian troops would be welcomed in Singapore[?] by Malayan authorities. ...

    Article : 231 words
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