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  2. Editorial

    W[?]RN Australia cannot preen itself on its treatment of the mentally afflicted. The mental hospital at Claremont is ...

    Article : 538 words
  3. Opinion On Living costs

    OUR legislators seem to be bankrupt of ideas on how to increase production and reduce living costs. Let me offer some suggestions. Put industrial workers on piecework, especially in the timber, building and allied trades; reduce customs du[?]ies on tobacco, matches and other ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 294 words
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  5. Opinion on many things

    LET us agree with your correspondent "Ex-Labour" (Opinion, Oct. 31) who advocated the abolition of the Senate. But why stop at the Senate? Why not wipe out all Governments and allow "Uncle Ben" or "Bright Bob" to run the country alone? Think how much we would save ...

    Article : 116 words
  6. Santa claus isn't what he used to be

    HAVING just bought a reasonably cheap Christmas stocking of a type that's selling in most stores in Perth, I was disgusted to find on examining the contents that the total value was about sixpence. Think of the disappointed faces of many children who will wake on Christmas morning ...

    Article : 92 words
  7. Harsh words for the benefit of the boss

    ISN'T it about time some Fremantle factory office officials woke up to them selves? It's no wonder they can't get girls to do their office work. Life has come to a pitiful stage when bosses hide behind doors to listen to "the staff talking. Then they have the? nerve to put up a notice, "Staff are ...

    Article : 78 words
  8. Canvas covering is best for food parcels

    A WORD of warning to those intending to "send food. parcels to England for Christmas. All the parcels we've sent sewn in canvas have reached their destination intact. But those tied with wire or string, including those sent through stores, have not arrived intact. Why pillagers should baulk ...

    Article : 70 words
  9. They learn quickly in China, it seems

    I WAS amazed to read the claim in the communist publication Workers' Star (Oct. 26) that more than 190,000,000 Chinese had signed the "ban the atom bomb" appeal. This is said to be 40 per cent of all Chinese (475,000,000). But ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 128 words
  10. Why aren't we getting powdered milk ?

    AN AIR of mystery surrounds the powdered milk supply position. It's scarce except when limited Eastern States shipments are available but no satisfactory explanation of the shortage has been given. On one hand we have been told that adverse seasons in Victoria caused the shortage ...

    Article : 102 words
  11. Separation hurts wife and children

    I HAVE been separated from my wife and children for four months now, and despite persistent trying I have been unable to find accommodation for them. The enforced separation is impairing the health of my wife and playing untold havoc with the emotional development of the ...

    Article : 128 words
  12. Teenager wants friend

    I AM a 17-year-old English girl interested in dancing, swimming:, riding and general sport. I'd like to ...

    Article : 44 words
  13. It's just ignorance

    YOUR correspondent "Mother" (Opinion, Oct. 31) is evidently unaware that it's not that which is seen but ...

    Article : 70 words

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    Article : 107 words
  15. Speed-up

    LAST week I had to cross the Causeway to visit friends and I was amazed at the marvellous headway our ...

    Article : 77 words
  16. Jealousy, old chap?

    THOUGH your correspondent "Mac's" letter (Opinion, Nov. 1) should be treated with the scorn it deserves. I ...

    Article : 67 words
  17. Change of address

    ARTHUR David Hatch, who was jointly charged with fvy Elizabeth Bickham with having; created a disturbance ...

    Article : 49 words
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