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    WASHINGTON, June 25. A.A.P.—Sir Winston Churchill and Mr. Eden reached Washington by air to-day for their critical discussions with President Eisenhower. ...

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  5. Climb Casualty

    Mr. C. J. McFarlane, 28, New Zealand mountaineer who was rescued from a crevasse in the Himalayas ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Eight Mines Facing Closure

    Developments in the coal industry over-production picture yesterday were— A threatened ...

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  7. Mine Jobs Scheme

    A scheme of employment for displaced mineworkers is being set up in the North. The scheme was proposed ...

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  8. Big Blast Spares Windows

    MELBOURNE, Friday. —One of the biggest charges of gelignite fired inside a building in ...

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  9. Bobby Wants Measles

    LAUNCESTON, Friday.— The [?] Laun[?]on [?]s [?] to find [?] ...

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  10. Drill Tests Fail

    Efferts to discover the extent of Thursday's oil strike at Rough Range No. 1 well, Exmouth Gulf, failed yesterday. ...

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  11. Danger In Stolen Detonator Caps

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Campsie police warned schoolteachers and parents in the Lakemba area to-night to watch for ...

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  12. Chinese Seize Soviet Tanker

    TAIPEH (Formosa), June 25. A.A.P.—Nationalist China to-day announced that its Navy had seized the tanker Tuapse off Formosa on ...

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    CANBERRA, Friday.—The Royal Australian Navy has the most deadly anti-submarine weapon known. It is a type of mortar ...

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    NEW YORK, June 25. A.A.P.—The Guatemalan War remained a riddle to-day as both sides claimed to be near victory and spoke of "bloody fighting" inside the ...

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  15. BOY, 15, GAOLED

    LONDON, June 25. A.A.P. —A 15-year-old boy gang-leader, who killed a 9-year-old member of his gang by ...

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  16. Plane Robbed In Forced Landing

    RANGOON, June 25. A.A.P.-Reuter.—Three men forced the pilot of a Union of Burma Dakota plane at ...

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  17. "The Frog" Cast Asked To U.S.

    LONDON, June 25. A.A.P.—The blue-blooded amateur cast of "The Frog," the stage play which Princess Margaret helped to produce, has been invited to the United States for a week's season at the famous ...

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  18. Convict Saved Bloodhound

    TAMPA (Florida), June 25. A.A.P.—Sadie, a bloodhound, was saved from death last night by ...

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  19. Final Operation For Fadden

    BRISBANE, Friday.—The Federal Treasurer (Sir Arthur Fadden) to-day underwent his filth operation since he was ...

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  20. Kiss Of Death Led To Prison

    TOKYO, June 25. A.A.P— Teruko Kamata was sentenced to four years in prison here to-day for having killed her lover ...

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  21. Motorist Charged After Accident

    SYDNEY, Friday.—Monthly Barry, 45, of Collins-street Annandale, was seriously injured when he was struck by ...

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