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The Singapore Free Press, 4 August 1954

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya. I Hilt. Singaporf. Wfd.. Aug. 4. 19.M, Pri<e jj ts.  (19 words)
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  • DOCTORS FIGHT TO SAVE PEER [Articles]
    DOCTORS FIGHT TO SAVE PEER DOCTORS In Devizes. Wilt- ia.st night were en- i ted iri a desperate fight for the life of Lord Vivian. 48--year-old show producer m hospital with a bullet wound m the >tomach l >r<l Vivian was taken to the hospital at the weekend after a...  (124 words)
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  • These 10,000 can now have chance to vote [Articles]
    These 10,000 can now have chance to vote Si. CTS of former Indian tea who are now m ;apore can register as Initizens at the Indian sents tive's office m Road. Registration starts next Those who register jlven certificates. ile born In former Indian >r whose parents or arenti were...  (118 words)
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  • Rubber price [Articles]
    Rubber price SjOfapOfS Rubber Market 1 this morning on an uncertain ■*n first «nwie August ship- M 4 cents a pUtDd, 14 yesterday's close.  (24 words)
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  • Win with Pendengar [Articles]
    Win with Pendengar E OENDENGAR S thr c c 3A\ special selections for S I Penang races today are: E SPECIAL NAP Ginseng E E DOUBLE Portmaster, E E Jimmy Boy II E E TREBLE E Goring, Bras Queen, Dande Bay E Pendengar, who still E E shows a profit...  (107 words)
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  • The Queen sat in stalls [Articles]
    The Queen sat in stalls Queen Elizabeth paid a surprise visit to a London theatre last night and sat almost unnoticed among the audience. She slipped quietly into a fifth row stalls seat just before the curtain rose on the first act of "The Boy Friend." a musical comedy guying...  (53 words)
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  • GAS KILLS FOUR [Articles]
    GAS KILLS FOUR Escaping gas at a g;as .storage unit m Valparaiso, Chile, killed four workers yesterday. Thirteen employees were m a serious condition from inhalation of gas fumes. A.P  (30 words)
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  • MILITARY BASE ATTACKED IN NEW GUATEMALA FLARE-UP [Articles]
    MILITARY BASE ATTACKED IN NEW GUATEMALA FLARE-UP AKMMi units of the presi- 7 u l,i4 > euard of honour n lr Force launched ;/tuk last night on Aurora hury base, about four miles "..in Guatemala City. crowd of about 4.000 dePtfk Pa ace and m Central Ut, t ri stin...  (100 words)
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  • POLICY WAS TO TRAIN ASIANS SAYS SAVAGE [Articles]
    POLICY WAS TO TRAIN ASIANS SAYS SAVAGE THE purpose and policy of the Singapore Depart--1 ment of Civil Aviation was to train Asians In civil aviation, said Mr. A. W. Savage, former Director of Civil Aviation, at the Kallang air crash inquiry today. In his department, he added, there were...  (109 words)
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  • KEY UNDER HIS PILLOW VANISHED [Articles]
    KEY UNDER HIS PILLOW VANISHED THE Chines^ proprietor ol a watch shop m South Bridge Road. Singapore, lost 78 watches worth $2,470 from an iron sale m the shop. He kept the sate key under Mis pillow. But when he woke -..ti-rday morning he found the key m the lock...  (66 words)
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  • US. HINTS AT FORMOSA PACT [Articles]
    US. HINTS AT FORMOSA PACT Japan, Korea, too JHIE UNITED STATES was now considering the possibility of a mutual security pact covering Japan. Korea and Nationalist China, Mr. John Foster Dulles, T.S. Secretary of State, said m Washington yesterday. The idea was still m the preliminary stat*e and no decision...  (297 words)
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  • 24 DEAD IN TRAIN SMASH [Articles]
    24 DEAD IN TRAIN SMASH rpWENTY-FOUR persons were A killed yesterday m a train crash near Humbla, (Portuguese West Africa). The victims, one European and 23 Africans, were employed m the construction of the new section of the Mosamdes Railway. Cause of the crash was not known.- A. P.  (49 words)
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  • Showdown over Army [Articles]
    Showdown over Army The West German Chancellor. Dr. Adenauer yesterday cancelled a scheduled trip to the United States because of j an expected showdown over the late of the European army. U.P.  (32 words)
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  • PEPPER THEFT [Articles]
    PEPPER THEFT A storekeeper has reported 1 the theft of 600 katies of white pepper worth $1,320 from a store m Boat Quay. Singapore, yesterday  (25 words)
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  • RIVER ASSAULT [Articles]
    RIVER ASSAULT While floating logs of wood down Kallang River In Serangoon Road. Singapore v.-,f.'i-day, a Chinese was assaulted 1 by another Chlnim. I  (24 words)
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  • Drive on for talks in S'pore [Articles]
    Drive on for talks in S'pore BRITAIN and the United States have agreed to .vend out invitations to a conference on a South- I i>t Asia defence pact (SEATO) probahly to be held next month m Singapore, authoritative sources m London said Z yesterday. Z I The date, place and...  (165 words)
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  • Page 1 Advertisements

    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      *#t^ Restful nights... aa Bu -***Be*^ MMmr^ jf *fl BF v m\z jtf^^^JammWa\mV%'' flflkom .aflfli tjl^mMML' Ma r man *aap-4aßTauaTk I .jaTffl IbT.Tflj .adfl P^B a-^^fl^f ''MM Vitamin* A, 1 PP Vitamin« (Niacin), I Phosphorus* //www 7,estfiiL datpj^Bam. m mm w (ly I I i Regular nights of restful .sleep...  (141 words)
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  • TERROR MOB FIRE SHOPS, MURDER 11 [Articles]
    TERROR MOB FIRE SHOPS, MURDER 11 Jews beaten to death Jf-WBN l>eople were killed m demonstrations for J the return of ex-Sultan Mohammed Ben Youssef m the town of I'ettijean, 100 miles Tnim Rabat m French Morocco, yesterday. Six of them were Jews killed when nundreds ol Moroccan demonstrators sacked...  (120 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    AQANTAS Super Constellation flew into Kallang yesterday for the flrst time, with 37 passengers and a crew of 10. The plane. "Southern Constellation" will be on the Sydney Singapore London route. Capt. A. A. E. Yates (above) is the pilot. With him is Miss Klara Shershoff the stewardess.  (48 words)
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  • French split over new Tunis policy [Articles]
    French split over new Tunis policy MORE than 300 rlghtwlng deputies led by former Conservative Premier Antoine Pinay virtually declared war on M. Pierre MendesFrance. A committee representing the 115 Dissident, Gaullist. Independent and Peasant deputies yesterday expressed fears about the Government's Tunisia policy and unanimously protested against the measures...  (108 words)
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  • AIR COMMAND IN U.S. FOR HOME DEFENCE [Articles]
    AIR COMMAND IN U.S. FOR HOME DEFENCE OECRETARY of Defence, Mr »5 Charles Wllso n yesterday In Washington announced that a new high command headed i by an air force general was being formed to direct the defence of the United States against air assaults. It will embrace Army and...  (99 words)
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  • General takes over in Malta [Articles]
    General takes over in Malta rrilK QUEEN has approved J the appointment of Major General Robert Edward Laycock as Governor and Com-mander-in-Chief of Malta m succession to Sir Gerald Greasy, it was announced m London last night. The Queen has also directed General Laycock to be appointed Knight Commander ol...  (59 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    Buddhist priests from Ceylon, Bikkhu P. Vibhavi (left), and Bikkhu A. Gnanavimala, arrived m Singapore by air yesterday on their way home from a World Peace Conference and the unveiling of the first peace pagoda m Tokyo. They said that 23 other peace pagodas would be built by the Japanese...  (58 words)
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  • COMMISSION ON TRUCE GETS READY [Articles]
    COMMISSION ON TRUCE GETS READY AN advance party of the Indo-China Truce Supervisory Commission will leave New Delhi by air on Saturday to make an "on-the-spot" study m Indo-China of the facilities and requirements for the commission's work, it was announced m New Delhi yesterday The party will include representatives...  (72 words)
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  • Execution fixed [Articles]
    Execution fixed The execution of William Sanchez De Pina Hopper. 62- year old Spanish-speaking ar- ti.«-t. lor the murder of 11 -yearOld Margaret Speviek at his 1 Hove, South coast, studio, ha.s been provisionally fixed for August 11 at Wandsworth Pri- i Mm. ixjnuon. Reuter  (45 words)
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  • Balkan pact ready [Articles]
    Balkan pact ready The Balkan military alliance t>eiwoen (ireece, Turkey and Yugoslavia Is expected to be ■lined by the three countries' loreltn minister! at Bled m blovenla on Monday. Reuter  (30 words)
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  • Senate cuts aid [Articles]
    Senate cuts aid The US. Senate yesterday voted 45-41 to cut US$5OO,OOO--000 from the Administration's Foreign Aid Programme. Reuter  (19 words)
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  • Riviera holiday [Articles]
    Riviera holiday Lady Churchill, the wife of i the British Prime Minister, is on a French Riviera holiday at Beauvallon. near Saint Maxime. Reuter picture.  (25 words)
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  • City workers strike [Articles]
    City workers strike About 14.000 public transport and public utilities workers will strike for higher pay, m Hamburg today. Reuter  (20 words)
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  • INDIA'S DELEGATE WON'T BE THERE [Articles]
    INDIA'S DELEGATE WON'T BE THERE INDIA will be the only Com- l mon wealth country not represented at the Commonwealth Parliamentary conference m Nairobi on August 21, it was officially announced ir Nairobi last night. Conference sources said thill amounted to a virtual boy- cott of the conference by India....  (269 words)
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  • PEACE COMES AHEAD OF CEASE-FIRE DAY [Articles]
    PEACE COMES AHEAD OF CEASE-FIRE DAY PEACE came ahead of time yesterday to Laos, Cambodia, and South Vietnam, where the cease-fire dates still were three to eight days away. The French High Command said in Hanoi that only a minor number of regional clashes and some scattered instances of sabotage...  (123 words)
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  • Polish stowaway is now 'free man' [Articles]
    Polish stowaway is now 'free man' PO L 1 8 H stowaway Antoni Klimowicz, who was seized from a Polish freighter by police on Saturday night, took another step in London yesterday towards freedom. He made a brief appearance before Lord Goddard, the Lord Chief Justice, hi his private room...  (230 words)
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  • Boys camp at Eton [Articles]
    Boys camp at Eton The famous playing fields of I Eton College will be the home I for more than a week this I month of 300 boys from 15 overseas countries, attending I the first international boys camp organised by the Boys Brigade- Reuter  (45 words)
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  • Wet holiday [Articles]
    Wet holiday Britons, after a generally I wet and windy bank holiday, returned to work yesterday with the promise of warmer, sunnier weather.- Reuter  (24 words)
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  • Korea slogan war on Red truce men [Articles]
    Korea slogan war on Red truce men FLAG WAVING Koreans demonstrated against Communist truce inspectors m Pusan and Taegu yesterday while Communist members of the armistice commission lodged stiff protests. The demonstrations were orderly and no one was hurt. About 150 Koreans carrying I banners marched and ahouted slogans m...  (205 words)
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  • FLOODS SWAMP TEN MILLION [Articles]
    FLOODS SWAMP TEN MILLION Fight to fill river wall gap FLOODS have inundated mure than 10.000 square miles m Northern district.-, ot the riverine province of East Bengal, according to reports reaching Dacca Thousands of villages and small towns m Bylet, Mymensingh and Vanpur districts, where more than 10.000.000 people...  (152 words)
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  • Duke sees smelter [Articles]
    Duke sees smelter Thf Duke ol Edinburgh ar rived m Kitmat. British Columbia, yesterday irom Kemana to inspect the imelter of t he* Aluminium Company ol 'anada. Reuter  (28 words)
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  • 35.000-MILE FLYING BABY ARRIVES [Articles + Illustrations]
    35.000-MILE FLYING BABY ARRIVES Nine-month-old Brandt i E Marriott, who has already travelled 35,000 miles by j air arrived m Singa- E pore yesterday by Qantas Super-Constellation from Sydney with his parents, I Mr. and Mrs. G. Marriott, i He is seen above with a I friend. Mr. R. Hodgekin-...  (63 words)
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  • Govt, watch on rubber dispute [Articles]
    Govt, watch on rubber dispute 11HE UNITED States Government's Mediation and Con:ili ttion Service was yesterlay keeping a close watch on wage negotiations be- a the Rubber Worker.s (Jni n\ Mid the American bis fit rubber manufacturers. •The union wa.s also negotiating with other rubber com- ties including General Tyi...  (179 words)
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  • Evatt wins [Articles]
    Evatt wins Bert V Evatt, former ifl lirs Minister, re- idership of the Ausi tmentary Labour -sterday .'fter a sur- to unseat him a preliminary party U.P  (27 words)
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  • Bobo wins suit —and fortune from husband [Articles]
    Bobo wins suit —and fortune from husband 8080 ROCKEFELLER. 37. was awarded a Reno divorce yesterday from the millionaire, 42-year-old Winthrop Rockefeller The coal miner's, daughter received the decree on grounds of more than four year's separation from Rockfeller. Th.* statutory limit m Nevada is only three years. District Judge...  (85 words)
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  • Subs for Italy [Articles]
    Subs for Italy Two U. 8. submarines will be turned over to the Italian gov- eminent A.P.  (17 words)
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  • British climbers lost [Articles]
    British climbers lost Kaifhen. 29-year- t*»d agent from ■'•'•v md (ompatimissing tfter a ,in l PxpeJitton to the m Switzerland, I re&terdaj, Guides s» I they saw I i people fill fr ho the face of the peak last Thursday afternoon, Imt search parlies h ive failed Ui find any...  (55 words)
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  • $76 million hotels deal [Articles]
    $76 million hotels deal H| R. Conrad N. Hilton an- Itl nouticed last night m Beverlsr Hills, California, that his Hilton Hotels Corporation is buying control of the Statler chain of eight hotels m "the largest transaction m the history of the hotel industry. The price will be about $76...  (68 words)
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  • No air escort [Articles]
    No air escort Admiral H. Goodwin, Commander of U.S. Naval Forces m the Philippines, said m Hong Kong yesterday that no U.S. naval planes were escorting civil airliners m the Hainan Island area- AP  (34 words)
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  • FRENCH BEGIN BUYING SPREE IN PONDICHERRY [Articles]
    FRENCH BEGIN BUYING SPREE IN PONDICHERRY DEPORTS reaching New Delhi yesterday told of gx buying sprees, schools shut down, and students marching through the streets of Pondicherry calling for merger with India. Pondicherry is Frances biggest possession on the Indian sub-continent. In New Delhi, a Foreign Ministry source said there...  (222 words)
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  • T.V. chairman [Articles]
    T.V. chairman Kenneth Arl C I ,i| I Reuter  (9 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

  • The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY,Aug, 4. 1954. Opinion War comes to town [Articles]
    The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY,Aug, 4. 1954. Opinion War comes to town The disclosure that terrorists have begun, as an experiment, efforts to infiltrate towns and villages throughout Malaya is a call for alertness and preparedness. There can be little doubt that this major decision on tactics has been forced...  (364 words)
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  • Now Italy, Yugoslavia can be Friends [Articles + Illustrations]
    Now Italy, Yugoslavia can be Friends mmmi of the sabre-rattling over TRIESTE, says STOYAN CHRISTOWE STOYAN CHRISTOWE, a newspaperman specializing m Balkan affairs since 1926, was bocn m Macedonia, lives m the U.S., and had frequently reported from overseas Last year he made a six-month tour of Yugoslavia. 4 new...  (825 words)
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  • BY THE WAY [Articles]
    BY THE WAY OBfHMUlßmmmmmßmmmmmmmmm^^im—m^— DR. STRABISMUS (Whom God Preserve) of Utrecht is known to have been working for some time on a device to make aircraft noiselessparticular ly when landing or taking off. He claims to be able to make a plane completely silent by catching the noise m an...  (282 words)
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  • Page 4 Advertisements

    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      Charm and Choice SENA 5 The exclusive nA unique flection of jewellery. Cold and Silverware always available at Sena s is probably the most eatensive »nd varied m Malaya. H. SENA I IMITH) HICH CLASS (EWELLERS Singapore. Penang Bangkok.  (39 words)
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      JVmiun >v<>^^«t^<F%o,*r< >v< Ki>*i J%o^? f*s>jPi m *i\*n r**M>^< mtSI Mt£ sr /UtC^%a (/<Ut£*^&lCW says j "My SILK FACE POWDER I k $k& &s£*' Ma wJamwammmmmmmmmmmmmmvs^mm^Ki^m mt y Z r^mk W*\ Silk-tor* /o*rumtton m ~f i I gsaej I Helena Rubinstein f NEW YORK LONDON PARIS i. Obtainable from: MEDICAL...  (91 words)
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  • TIGHTER CHECK ON 'STRANGERS' COMING HERE [Articles + Illustrations]
    TIGHTER CHECK ON 'STRANGERS' COMING HERE .rAPORE police are taking stricter precautions to lS urc that bandits from the Federation who :<>d to be seeking refuge m towns with forged [ty curds do not get into the Colony. police spokesman said it was possible for any i (toss the Johore...  (299 words)
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  • THIS BUS-STOP NOTICE CONFUSES PASSENGERS [Articles + Illustrations]
    THIS BUS-STOP NOTICE CONFUSES PASSENGERS A s »l»ore bas-step signboard—near Change Al- follver Quay (above) causing cenfasion to pas- I ts. b-tard, stating bus sernumbers 15, It;. 81 and a I »top*' for 18 and ISA, the wards And All" addto it nfers win, complain for mi lull and 19...  (181 words)
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  • Richard, 16, is chess champion now [Articles + Illustrations]
    Richard, 1 6, is chess champion now i FEEL GREAT," said 16-year-old Richard Lim after winning the UUayan Chess Championship at the follandsche Club, Singapore, this week. He had reason to feel great. The slightly-built, studious schoolboy irom J -hore Bahru defeated Mrs. D. E. Z. Pritchard, .vho won the...  (211 words)
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  • Shadow play [Articles]
    Shadow play PENANG, Wed. A shadow play depicting the, path taken by Christ carrying the Cross to Mount Calvary and His Crucifixion was presented m Penang Convent's Marian Year pageant last night.  (32 words)
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  • Youth course for Johore Bahru [Articles]
    Youth course for Johore Bahru BAHRU, Wed. othei sion of the youth it c begins m Johore ■i\ An?. 19. from all over the expected to attend three-day course.  (29 words)
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  • Five accused of buying girl for vice [Articles]
    Five accused of buying girl for vice KUAI.A LUMPUR Wed. l.\ .i* lded r i,,. i- Court n a cha of i und 21 for o* tute Lee oke I. Ah Nul, 28 Kan, 53 I Ah H X Lumpur. to i jointly Chan the Thai H Hotel, I d....  (55 words)
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  • Page 5 Advertisements

    • Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      A PORTABLE RADIOS I^CWM GRAMOPHONES. 1 LeSI 10 DiSCOUnt m m-,%-[ j S|X MONTHS GUARANTEE J f C22> I Opt-rare horn electric main, u-iSLM AC DC 110 :..0V or Baltenes 4 I^»£^Al Wive \3| *&m Bands. rout -lined Frame '^HE^E^jSpwM Aerial. Overoll Dimensions WW" Weight wi»h tattoriei If Ita ""''"■^viW...  (200 words)
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  • Page 6 Miscellaneous

    • Page 6 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
      MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis j I fco If NAfcDANfcVER LETT TmE I K> HAVE WORKED. II -WHAT I IT MEANS. AMBASSADOR.TMAT YOuT] j 9 A r-^ I BUT-- PLANE. THIS GIRL WA<_ ON BARTUN DlON'T KNOW TD OOES PRINCESS NAROA <|| I TOLO YOu/SPlVE'llSEE ABOUT r^ IT'...  (672 words)
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  • FISHING— WITH A DIFFERENCE [Articles + Illustrations]
    FISHING— WITH A DIFFERENCE  (4 words)
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  • know Your Singapore [Articles]
    know Your Singapore 4 DELIGHTFUL drive north through the woody countryside of Singapore will take you to the Ponggol Fishing Pond a paradise for anglers. There thrivInf m two large ponds are various species of I freshwater fish, ready to be hooked at any time of the day or week....  (200 words)
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  • Mission visit [Articles]
    Mission visit MALACCA. Wed—The Asian ilwt Study Mission, con- il JHR of Wijono (Indo--1 Jim Markham (Gold and Ryu Watanabe arrived here vester- j  (24 words)
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  • Ruler's secretary changes job [Articles]
    Ruler's secretary changes job KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Raja Nong bin Raja Hu-sin, private secretary to the Sultan lOf Selangor, is returning to his old post as secretary to the Selangor Religious Affairs Department next month. His .successor will be named j when Raja Sir Uda bin Raja Muhammad. Malaya's CommisLsioner...  (62 words)
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  • HOSPITAL'S AID WEEK FUND MAY TOPS$6O.OOO [Articles]
    HOSPITAL'S AID WEEK FUND MAY TOPS$6O.OOO NET PROCEEDS from the efforts of St. Andrew's Mission Hospital Week may total more than $60,000. said Mr. Peter Claque, press officer ln charge of the programme. Mr. Claque said last year's Hospital Week netted only about $40,000. He added that members of the...  (124 words)
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  • Ketuas seeking council seats [Articles]
    Ketuas seeking council seats KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The Selangor Ketua Kampong Association at Its executive I committee meeting here on Sunday decided to urge th<* Government to give seats to ketua.s on Federal and State Souncils.  (36 words)
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  • WANTED—ADDITIONAL 300 MEMBERS [Articles]
    WANTED— ADDITIONAL 300 MEMBERS I fm *E annual mooting of the. I s ln *?apore Progressive I I l V, vs South Ward branch! I 9c held on September Hie branch has about w members. "indent, Mr. S. M Vasavtid today that an in""*'ve campaign had been I Whed to...  (132 words)
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  • Meter 'fixing' serious offence: taxi drivers warned [Articles]
    Meter 'fixing' serious offence: taxi drivers warned T*HE Singapore Hire Car Association today warned the i 1,600 taxi men m the Colony that any tampering with meters would have serious results for them. Loss of licences was a probable penalty for such an offence said Mr. T. A. Simon, the...  (261 words)
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  • How to win friends.... [Articles]
    How to win friends.... BY 100 PREFECTS PENANG, Wed. To cultivate and strengthen a spirit of friendship and co-operation, about 100 prefects from Eng- 1 lish boys' and girls' schools m Penan* and Province Wellesley will meet at the Penang Free School on Saturday to celebrate "Prefects' Day." There will...  (83 words)
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  • One Night of Glamour' and Vanaja, too [Articles]
    One Night of Glamour' and Vanaja, too IPOH. Wed. THE Federation's beauty queen. Miss Vanaja Madhavan, will appear aa a fashion model In the Dresentatlon of One Nlßht of Glamour" at St. Michael's Institution on Saturday. She will wear the saree she used m the finals of the "Miss Malaya"...  (115 words)
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    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      I Unsurpassed /^n I r vW /_7 tor /drf i Reliability (p} I I CYMAf 5 1 OBTAINABLE FROM ALL LEAOINC WATCH DEALERS -*/l r%<»#! >*%4b-r< >X < > *"< i%t%l t** >Vfi*»l rXO_*l >XOA< IX4**4 )\<>/( >*•*. <>5 RESTAURANT AND BAR fe_r\ Cit HUII I Hit Armenia,, street Jp...  (119 words)
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  • THEY HAD THE TIME THEIR LIVES [Articles + Illustrations]
    THEY HAD THE TIME THEIR LIVES PETER de CRUZ Story by THE BOYS of Ihe Geylang Malay Boys School had ihr time of their young lives at their first annual athletic sports. Pupils of both morning and aftevnoon schools took part. It was an afternoon of fun and excitement. .Most...  (466 words)
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    Tearing a hole in the Iron Curtain Peter Bloxham tries to see the Russian Ballet I TORI a tiny hole In the [ron Curtain the other day and slipped through the Queue outside a people's theatre In lsl Berlin for tickets for the Russian Ballet. it was an interesting operan...  (695 words)
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    S'PORE BOYS AT ETON More than 400 tents, j with a post office, a bank and a shopping centre, will ro up on the playing I fields of Eton College on i j August 12. Two thousand members of the Boys' Brigade from I Britain and abroad (m- I eluding...  (127 words)
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    The Bull and the Bureaucrat by GILES "Were ju«. t teaching him to know a Whitehall land requisitioner. when he sees one" (A Minister recently resigned tn Britain fallowing public outviy over Government tentton of land requisitioned during the warj  (40 words)
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    'Whale Ahoy!', and then the fun starts JAMES WHITE describes a few exciting hours on a whaler m the Arctic. [NTO gear went the winch. 20 yards of wire were wound m and tailfirst up the slipway came an 80-foot blue whale weighing 80 tons and worth £800. the best...  (600 words)
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    Around Hollywood JA,\ E "French Line" Russell signed her contract with Howard Hughes. New policy: No home, children or domestic publicity. strictly glamour for Miss Russell from now on. "I don't want any photographs with my children." Jane said when I asked to make some photos of her. Tracy, her...  (663 words)
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    Film chiefs underrate public taste g UD D SCHULBERC, author, who wrote the script of "On the Water front", feels, like most writers, that the movie moguls generally low-rate the public taste-and that m trying to make dollars they sometimes don't make sense. "The test of the movies m the...  (192 words)
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    BING AND TV YOU get some idea Of what Blng Crosby thinks of TV when you listen to 1-i.s dollar-cents theory: i for making a vie which tak< s abf ut it I m TV they wi I id 1 i ild I to r working condii i m m...  (84 words)
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    They can even 'change 'their eyes HAROLD HEFFERNAN What girls will do to get into Silms. i VO one's going to catch these Hollywood beauties napping! They've been demonstrating lor years that it's a. simple overnight job to become a blonde, a brunette, a red or even a pink head...  (364 words)
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    'I'm so dull,' says Jean JKA,y Simmons, claims she is ti.'' dullest per* 'nn m ton n i like to rem! d the I olour Jul unties ot other players m the }>u pers," she toid, unit tometimes toil mth the id<n of I emulating them, but it i friahtens...  (178 words)
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    Bridge Hand Fu«i West vulnerable Smith dealer 'PUE COLLEGIANS practically get a tree ride on this one it is difficult to see how anybody <i. i j manage to avoid bidding the gam or making It. The only problem ln the bidding ls whether East should bid thref •>r lour...  (209 words)
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    SOCCER STARS GO UNDER FLOODLIGHT TONIGHT ARGOS 1 Dress rehearses for the future pLOODLIGHT soccer has come to stay m Sir pore. When the lights went OH at Jalan He Stadium on Monday ni^ht they symbolised t start of a new era m local football. Tonight two matches are scheduled...  (436 words)
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    CHESS CONGRESS The Canadian Chess Federation haa registered a team to take part m j this year's International Chess Congress at Rotterdam starting) August 28 A. P.  (27 words)
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    YUGOSLAVS WIN GLIDING TITLE HTWO crack Yugoslav pilot* flew their gliders 16 miles to clinch the twin-seater title m the world gliding championships at Great Hucklow Svonimlr Rain and Bozldar Komac have lotalM 3,056 points by unofficial calculations. Only one more day s flying is left. Italy"* Adviano Mantelli and...  (161 words)
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  • Britain has new hopeful middleweight [Articles]
    Britain has new hopeful middleweight NOEL JOSEPH I By DAT McATEER, the Birkenhead middleweight, can i 1 beat: (a) Johnny Sullivan (Preston); (b) Gordon Hazell (Bristol), and (c) Les Allen (Bedworth). Who says this? MoAteer's manager, Johnny Campbell. Normally, when boxing managers speak thus it is time for you and...  (351 words)
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    BADMINTON ACE TURNS PRO. ¥>AUL Holm, one of Den- mark's outstanding badminton players, has accepted a I Canadian offer to turn profes- sional. On September 25. he files to Montreal to become badminton i instructor to Montreal Ama- teur Athletic Association, which has a membership of 3.000. Holm, aged 33....  (99 words)
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    Pakistan game rained off I THE cricket match between A Glamorgan and Pakistan ITOI abandoned without a ball bowled yesterday, the third and final day Rain fell throughout the night and 1 persisted yesterday morning. The wicket and outfield were saturated md the captalni had no hesif.it ion In •freeing...  (84 words)
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    NALO FOR FOOTBALLER picture. Ihe white ball Rives Ufa* nulo eiTect as a Chinese Athletic defender leaps to head it m ie first floodlight soccer match at Jalan Besar Stadium In this match \reon:-nK k_." Chinese Athletic Juniors 2—o- Free Press  (41 words)
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    VETERAN WELTER BEATS MINELLI pPANKn Fcit.Midez. Honolulu welterweight, scored an up.set 10--round split dortrton over Livio Miaelli, formor Aropoon i tveighl champion now living In York, i t i( nlghl I-Vu.uHle/. weighed 14J lb. lor the Widely televied flghi I nfinelll 148 lb. It was 'he 30th rtctory m 3C...  (75 words)
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    CHATAWAY WINS 3 MILES FOR ENGLAND Records go m every event > CHRIS CHATAWAY of England, joint world record holder, won the three miles final, highlight of yesterday's athletics In the British Empire and Commonwealth Games at Vancouver. Chataway won m the new Empire Games record time of 13 mins...  (593 words)
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    Malayan's Empire record beaten in Vancouver THE Empire record art by a 1 Malayan m i-.m. »as beaten when the weightlifting competition got undrr way at Vancouver. Featherweight Rodney Wilke of Trinidad beat Koh Eng Tong's record by 51b. with a total lift Of MOIb (press >«(Üb.. snatch 2151 b.,...  (82 words)
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    Tuli fights Espinosa on August 20 |AXE TULI (South J Africa), leading contender for the world flyweight title, fights Leo Espinosa of the Philippines, over ten rounds at 1141bs. m Mini la on August 20. With his manager, Mr. Jim Wicks, Tuli will leave from London airport tomorrow. Mr. Wicks...  (87 words)
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    RUGBY MEETING The annual general meeting ot the SC.C. rugger section will ot held at the club at 5.30 p.m. today  (21 words)
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    S. AFRICA LEAD IN WRESTLING Feature of the wrestling tournament was South Africa's team. Their six-men wrestling side have so far won four gold medals. Canada, the host nation, won their first gold medal when Keevil Daly triumphed m the midlde heavyweight division of the weightlifting tournament.  (47 words)
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    HONG KONG 4th IN BOWLS NORTHERN Ireland won the pairs competition with 15 points. Canada were second and Scotland third Southern Rhodesia won their first polri medal when m the final of the howls singles Ralph Hodges defeated .!„i k Fairburn of Northern RhodeBia 21 15. Hone Kong (Eric Liddel....  (204 words)
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  • Yorks widen lead in the table [Articles + Illustrations]
    Yorks widen lead in the table County cricket roundup/ YORKSHIRE'S first victory over Lancashire since 1 the war enabled them to improve their position at the head of the County championship cricket table a esterda. v Their nearest rivals failed to get full points. Derbyshire taking first innings points m...  (648 words)
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  • All the results [Articles]
    All the results At Manchester, Yorkshire beat Lancashire by an innings and 38 runs. Yorks 248, Lanes 73 (Wardle 0—25- and 137 (Appleyard 7—33). At Birmingham, Warwick-Derby match abandoned, no play today be- cause of rain. Warwick* 100 and 41— I. Derby 158. At Worcester. Worcester -Essex match abandoned, no...  (198 words)
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    MUDLARKS DAY TODAY Going will be soft Free Press Course Correspondent FOLLOW THE Mll>LARKS AT PENANCj TODAY. Heavy rain fell last night and the going this afternoon will at best be soft. GORING. GINSENG and TRYAS. who will all go well on a wet track, should make a safe treble....  (236 words)
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    Mid-day Nap FIREBIRD (In Race 2) are all fancied by their connections. Speedy Oregon II will probably be favourite m the last race but I think Strong And Free m his present form will need some beating. Donzella Is fancied and there is a quiet tip for My Pearl.  (49 words)
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    Hobbs switch to Singapore AFTER 25 years m Kuala Lumpur, trainer N»*al Hobta will shortly transfer his headquarters to Bukit Timah. He will not take with him any Kuala I. umpur owned horses and this will mean I he will break up a lon,; and sue- cessful partnership with racehorse...  (74 words)
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    BETTING POOL iJ EI A NOOR Turf Club will lntroi duce a $2 Forecast Betting Pool I at Its coming meeting on Aug. 21 and 28. The $5 double tote will oe I dropped. The $2 Forecast Pool was sug I gested by a member at the last annual meeting....  (764 words)
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