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The Singapore Free Press, 28 May 1957

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The Singapore Free Press Malaya's Own Family Paper No. XXXXX. Singapore, Tuesday. May 28, 1957. Price llCfc.

U.S. ALLEGES PLOT IN TAIPEH [ARTICLE]

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U.S. ALLEGES PLOT IN TAIPEH 'Embassy code room was rifled by experts'* UNITE!) STATES Officials claimed yesterday that the anti-American riots m Taipeh were "definitely organised," possibly by political forces m RUegUUMC with Chinese Communist^ They believed no top Taipch Government officials had any part m the widespread destruction on

SEVENTH FLEET IS STANDING BY OFF FORMOSA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SEVENTH FLEET IS STANDING BY OFF FORMOSA Chinese m Manila now plan anti-US, demonstrations Martial law extended \S the U. S. Seventh Fleet took precautionary measures yesterday A to cope with any further trouble m Formosa, the L.S. Embassy, m Manila received* warnings that the biff Chinese population there was

RUBBER PRICE DOWN ½ CENT [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICE DOWN CENT Jun t first grade rubber buyers f.o.b. opened m Singapore this morning at 89A cents a lb.. down half a cent on yesterday's close. The tone was quiet.

All is quiet on the strike front [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All is quiet on the strike front A LL was quiet this mornA ini> when the Hock and Tay Koh Vat bu s companies ignored the strike by 350 workers belon^in^ to the Singapore Bus Workers Union and maintained seras usual. The strikers account for approximately 50 per cent of

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COSTLY TO SEEK A YETI [ARTICLE]

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COSTLY TO SEEK A YETI pEOPLE who wi.sh to hunt the "Abominable Snowman," a creature .supposed to inhabit the Himalayas, now have to pay more for a permit than climbers wishing to attempt Mount Everest, it was announced m Katmandu yesterday. Announcing new regulations for royalties to be paid by

A CENTRALISED POOL FOR CHARITY? [ARTICLE]

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A CENTRALISED POOL FOR CHARITY? New bid for a community chest 'It can't work,' says official J^ FEW Singapore businessmen are toying with the idea of founding a community chest to centralise charities, as they think individual drives for funds tend to embarrass the public. They are undeterred by the

Swee elected union chief [ARTICLE]

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Swee elected union chief The University of Malaya non-academic Staff Union has elected Mr. Swee Lim San^ as its president for this year, with Mr. Andrew Cheng, as vice-president. Other officials are secretary, Mr. Wilfred Yeo; assistant secretary. Mr. S. Mosbergen, treasurer, Mr. Kow Sim Boon, and assistant treasurer. Mr.

NO REVISION OF ROLLS THIS YEAR [ARTICLE]

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NO REVISION OF ROLLS THIS YEAR The Singapore Government Is to seek the approval of the Legislative Assembly to dispense with the revision of Assembly electoral rolls this year. A bill published yesterday said that as it was proposed to hold elections to the City Council this year, it would

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This interesting larger-than-life Negro sculpture by Dr. Oku Ampofo is to be erected outside the new E broadcasting house m Accra, capital of Ghana It has been made from concrete and finished j E with terrazo Here Dr. Ampofo, a famous African doctor and artist is seen outtinir the finishing

Dancer to get run of a cinema [ARTICLE]

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Dancer to get run of a cinema T'HE Cathay Organisation is to put the entire Odeon Theatre m Singapore at the disposal of worldfamous dancer Katherine Dunham when she arrives with her all-Negro dancing troupe next month to give a two-week performance. To make way for her, all the administrative

Merdeka men are held up [ARTICLE]

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Merdeka men are held up J^ QANTAS Constellation due to arrive m Singapore this morning with some members of the Malayan delegation from London including Dato Abdul Razak, the Federation Minister of Education, has been delayed for 35 hours. The plane landed m Karachi last night on schedule but was

'FAMINE' TALKS IN PAKISTAN [ARTICLE]

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'FAMINE' TALKS IN PAKISTAN The Chief Minister of Pakistan. Mr. Ataur Rahman, is to call an all-party food conference m Dacca tomorrow m an attempt to solve the "critical food situation" facing East Pakistan, it was reported m Karachi yesterday. Reuter

Youth leader due in Colony [ARTICLE]

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Youth leader due in Colony ISSADEEN ON WORLD STUDY TOUR MR. S. S. ISSADEEN, a Ceylonese youth lead' er, who is now on a icorld tour is due m Singapore on July 16, for a week's tour of youth clubs. Mr. Issadeen, who was i one of the 12 Muslims

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RI clash foiled ambush? [ARTICLE]

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RI clash foiled ambush? THE Indou. ian army has confirmed that 42 Darul Islam rebels were killed m a battle between Bandung and Tjiandure, one day bi fore Soviet President Kiimentl Voroshilov passed through the area, it reported m Jakarta terd A military spokesman m Bandung, however, did not :lally

Malay suitable for Borneo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malay suitable for Borneo PERCY McNEICE, the former president of the Singapore City Council said that the suggestion he had made m Borneo recently of making a version of Malay the common language, did not apply to this Colony. "I do not want to appear an advocate for the Malay

53 DIE IN QUAKE [ARTICLE]

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53 DIE IN QUAKE ANOTHER strong earthquake was recorded at the technical university In Istanbul yesterday m the wake of Sundays disturbances which killed 53 people. The centre of the new quake was estimated to be about 110 miles from Istanbul, Turkeys capital city. Nearly 800 homes are now known

DRUG MURDER TRIAL ENDS [ARTICLE]

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DRUG MURDER TRIAL ENDS Former Italian Foreign Minister's son is acquitted Nude parties alleged TMIE Venice Tribunal today found Piero Plcclonl, son of a former Italian Foreign Minister, not suilty of the manslaughter of Wilma Montesi, 21-year-old carpenter's daughter, whose name was given to Italy's biggest postwar scandal case. The

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, May 28, 1957. Opinion ROMULO EXPLAINS [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, May 28, 1957. Opinion ROMULO EXPLAINS T'HE American nation, x justifiably proud of its vast contribution to Free World safety and development, has been shocked and deeply hurt by the anti-American outbreak m Formosa. Bewilderment, rather than bitterness and indignation, is uppermost m the American

I TRAVEL TOURIST TO RUSSIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I TRAVEL TOURIST TO RUSSIA Anne Sharpley by Vladimir becomes my friend and guide*. IHE STORY OF AN ORDINARY SIGHT* SEER'S EXTRAORDINARY TRIP BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN AWOKE on the overnight train from Leningrad to Moscow and found that two of the three men with whom I was assigned a

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They're out to see the world [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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They're out to see the world TWO Australian girls now on holiday m Singapore, say they are the envy of their friends back home Bottina Rhodes, 24, and Betty Arnold. 34, arrived here m the ship Maetsuycker from Fremantle. They both work m a bank at Perth. They had heard

ADENAUER AND DULLES MEET [ARTICLE]

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ADENAUER AND DULLES MEET Dr. Konrad Adonauer. the West German Chancellor, day had what he culled a "good d: (Mission" i With Mr. John Foster Dulles,! the United States S-ecretary Of State, as he began his formal talks m Washington.

Aussies go home [ARTICLE]

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Aussies go home riRESH troops will Z o -T relieve some of the «> f Australian soldiers m o Malaya m October this <► year, the A r m y j Minister, Mr. John <> <• Cramer, announced m o Melbourne yesterday. ttv then the men J| f now there

ANTI-POLIO VACCINE AVAILABLE [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-POLIO VACCINE AVAILABLE 1.60 inoculations from Australia Fee may be dropped Commonwealth Department of Health m Australia is mass-producing: anti-polio vaccine for export. The Singapore Government can buy it. A spokesman of the Australian Commission m Singapore told the Free Press that the vaccine would be ready probably by the

FILLING UP THE STAFF [ARTICLE]

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FILLING UP THE STAFF r PHE Ministry of Education has awarded another scholarship to overcome the shortage of trained teachers at the Singapore Oral School for the Deaf. Mrs. Neo Sin Chow, a trained teacher who qualified m 1943. has been selected as the fourth recipient of the scholarship to

MOSQUITOES ARE INCREASING [ARTICLE]

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MOSQUITOES ARE INCREASING 'Night bugs are not malaria carriers' RESIDENTS of several areas m Singapore are complaining of a sharp increase m mosquitoes. Tiv.s matter will be rais?d by Mr. H. J. C. Kulasine;ha, an unofficial member of the Rural Board. at its next meeting. Mr. Kulasingha said that the

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Round the Wortd Market Prices

U.K. dosing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. dosing prices LONDON. May 27. Previous Today RUBBER No. 1 RSS elf- 26 l 8 nom. 26 norn, European ports May Jnne 26 buyers 26 buyers 264 sellers 26Vt sellers RUBBER No- 1 RSS Spot 26 V* buyers 26 8 buyers 29% sellers 264 sellers RUBBER No- 1 RSS

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW *ORK. May 27 Previous Today TIN Straits spot 98.00 nor- 98.37 nom. TIN futures Standard Contract May 97 00 buyers 96 75 buyers 98.12 sellers 98 00 sellers Jane unquoted unquoted TONE: Steady. SALES: Nil Straits Contract May 98.00 buyers 97.75 buyers 98 37 sellers 98

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. May 27. Previous Today 30 Industrials 504 02 499 21 20 Railroads 145.88 145-04 40 Domestic Bond, 89 24 89.13 15 Utilities 74 36 74 20 65 Stocks Composite Averages 175 67 174 37 Above prices quoted m U.S. cents per Ib.

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Malabar Lampong spot 294. ir«? release 28 aftoftts 27 4, awaiting release 29. afloats 29 May shipment 26 I*,1 June snipto 28 l Malabar May shipment ment 25 'a. Muntok white s|X>t 28. Lampong May shipment 33'<». afloats 324 to 32, sellers 27'- Sarawiik spot and await- ex-dock

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices LONDON, May 27. rrrviona Today COPRA Philippines elf. U.K-/ North European delivered wright per toSff ton May/Jane $167 4 buyers $1M sellers COPRA, Straits c if. UK /North Furooean delivered weight per COCONUT OIL crude Straits COCONI T OIL crude, Ceylon Ji'^r^MaTiini 11 bl k -seller,

MIRACLE OF DEEPFREEZE MOTHER [ARTICLE]

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MIRACLE OF DEEPFREEZE MOTHER DOCTORS are astonished at the ingress of Mrs. Ellen Moore, the 24-year-old housewife who had a healthy baby after being unconscious for 169 days, six of them under deep freeze treatment. rhey did not think she could live when they first saw her a year ago.

A word in his ear... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A word in his ear... rE QUEEN and her children recently motored from Windsor Castle to Smith's Lawn to watch the Duke of Edinburgh captain the Welsh duards team m his first polo match of the season. In the above picture Prince Charles is seen JN»pering a word of encouragement

1771 and all that holds up A-men [ARTICLE]

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1771 and all that holds up A-men BUILDING of a giant, atomic energy research station is being held up by a document dated 1771. j The document mentions the rights of commoners to graze cattle on Winfrith Heath Dorset, England, and to cut "furze, turf, and other fnells." These rights

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Today's Radio Programme for Singapore 1 15 pm. Lucky Dip presented by Sarojlni Lourdes; 1.30 Time Signal and News; 145 Lucky Dip (continued); 3.57 For Schools; 5.00 Light Music; 5.30 Fiesta: 6.00 Time Announcement and Programme Summary; 6.55 Announcements and Singapore Share Market Report; 7.00 Time Signal and News; 7.15

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i a I SINGAPORE ■HIGH TIDES TODAY: 10.27 a.m. and R 9.54 p.m. TOMORROW: 11.11 a.m. I and 10.31 p.m. I THURSDAY: 11.56 a.m. and 1108 p.m. FRIDAY: 12.41 a.m. and 11.49 p.m. SATURDAY: 1. 28 p.m. SUNDAY: 0.31 a.m. and Ll3 p.m. I MONDAY: 1.17 a.m. and 300 p.m.

A SEVEN-TONI KILL PLUS $ 10,000 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A SEVEN-TONI KILL PLUS 10,000 BOW AND ARROW HUNTER E ITERE'S a man who must surely be the envy E I of many a big game hunter. He is Willi- E am Negley, a San Antonio. Texas, oil protlueer who recently went on safari m the Belgian E E Congo.

Cop stops pony for speeding [ARTICLE]

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Cop stops pony for speeding THE white Arab mare wan between the shafts of a trap ".-ailing along nicely" when a motor cyd< policeman reared alongside And. declared 8 old Walter Salt, of Wyndham street, Blackburn. England: "T policeman said ah woi too fast Ah nearly droj "He said: 'Nah.

It's a h for this a hard life this Palace widow [ARTICLE]

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It's a h for this a hard life this Palace widow THE poverty-stricken widow of a former Buckingham Palace official a woman who once knew the glitter and elegance of court life— sat m the shabby living room of her country cottage last week and said: "I am 4K« <»nH

A ROYAL VISIT.. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A ROYAL VISIT.. KING PAIL and Queen Frederika aof Greece recently g made a tour of sonic of the mo I. important g islands of their king- g dom. In the picture below the King and Queen are seen being shown g a photograph of themI selves taken just after

Paradise for dolls [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Paradise for dolls BARBARA Rush, the pretty girl on the right of the picture is one of many Hollywood 1 actresses who recently made dolls for charity. I Beside her is her sister Ramona. Ramona hopes to follow m Barbara's acting footsteps. Karii.ira's latest film is 'Oh. Men! Oh Wo-

A FEAST OF ROYAL FLOWERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A FEAST OF ROYAL FLOWERS WHILE horticulturists MC at pre sent turning an m Ui< sled eye on Britain's elaborate Chel sea Flower Show with its galaxy of colour fill blooms from all parts of the w rid—including Singapore— the Belgians are competing for honours m BrussiK Gardens For it

'THE CHINESE WILL BOW TO SAIGON GOVT.' [ARTICLE]

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'THE CHINESE WILL BOW TO SAIGON GOVT.' THE Hong Kong Chinese-language weekly magazine Freedom Front predicted that, "m the long run, most Overseas Chinese m Vietnam" would bow to the South Vietnamese Governments will. The magazine, which is anti-Peking as well as anti-Nationalist President Chiang Kai-shek, was commenting on 1m

MP in Formosa [ARTICLE]

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MP in Formosa Mr. Geoffrey de Freitas a British Labour Member of Parliament, has just completed an unofficial tour of Formosa. Reuter

Pakistan concern at debts [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan concern at debts PAKISTANI economic depenoViKv <>n the United Stat«^ hai grown beyond the Government expectations, according to the Central Finance Minister, Syed Amjad All. The Karachi newspaper Dawn quoted the Minister as adding. "And the sooner we get to our feet, the Detter for us and the country."

S. China port now active [ARTICLE]

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S. China port now active /OMMUNIST China \j claims that its South China port city of Tsamkong (formerly known as Kwangchowwan) has handled "over one million tons" of cargo during the past year. The Hong Kong communist newspaper Ta Kunß Pao quoting harbour authorities m Tsamkong said "foreign vessels took

Marathon talks end [ARTICLE]

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Marathon talks end Japan's special envoy m Indonesia, Mr. Eiji Wajima. has left Jakarta after three years of negotiations with consecutive Indonesian Governments towards the settlement of the war reparations question. Reuter

S. Vietnam move to go 'dry' [ARTICLE]

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S. Vietnam move to go 'dry' A South Vietnam Government committee has commended that alcoholic drinks be sold only on three days a week as a first step towards total abolition. Reuter

This must not fail in Asia [ARTICLE]

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This must not fail in Asia The West dare not let democracy fail m Asia, Mr. Nik Cavell Canada's administrator for the Colombo Plan for South-East Asia economic development, said m Toronto. "W e cannot build a strong free world unless we can make it habitable for the millions of

'China is poor, backward' Peking admits [ARTICLE]

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'China is poor, backward' Peking admits j i^OMMUNIST China's \J propaganda chief has told the nations youth that the Red mainland was "still poor and backward" a sudden switch from past propa- ganda. Ln Ting-yi, head of the Communist Party's pro- paganda department, ap- peared to be setting a new

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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U.S. Ambassador-ai-large James P- Richards, who toured the Middle East to explain President Eisenhower's doctrine embracing that region, was warmly welcomed by Pakistan's leaden Picture taken at a reception given m honour of Mr. Rkhardf at the Karachi State Guest House by the Pakistani Foreign Ministrr. Malik Feroz Khan Noon,

Glimpses

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In his tour of West Germany, General Keizo Hayashi, chairman of the Japanese Joint Staff Council, visited the commander of the U.S. Army In Europe, General H.I. Hodes; West German Defence Minister Franz-Josef Strauss, and Lieutenant General Adolf Heusinger, West Germany's top soldier— Reuter

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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A 15-member Japanese medical group ha.s left for Hong Kong to begin a one-month tour of Communist China. Mr. Yoshio Domori, member of the Japanese Diet's Lower House, heads the group A.P.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon's first ambassador to Red China. Mr. Wilmot Abraham Perera, has been received by President Mao Tse-tung m Peking A.P.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Former French Premier Edgar Faure said m Peking that France should establish diplomatic relations with Red China, Peking Radio reported A. P.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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At a ceremony m Berlin, Mr. Binji Nakanishi, president of the Tokyo City Parliament, received from Dr. Otto Suhr, the governing Mayor of Berlin, a replica of the Freedom Bell, a gift of the American people to West Berlin.— Reuter

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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West Germany and South Korea have agreed to raise the status of their envoys to the rank of minister. Reuter

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The Alco Products, Inc., of Schenectady, New York has received orders from India, Pakistan and Argentina for US$56 million worth of railway equipment, mainly diesel locomotives. Reuter

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Mr Djamaluddin Adinegoro, director of Jakarta's Perabiro Indonesia Neics Agency, after a tour of the United States t advised Indonesians visiting America to wear -'Petji" (an Indonesian cap) to make sure they are not mistaken for Negroes. U.P.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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The U.S. Navy Department m Washington has an- j nounced that reorganisation of its Pacific Com- mand will not result m any reduction of U.S. naval forces now m the Western Pacific. The U.S. Far East Command is > being abolished on July 1 and Far East elements will b

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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Two Members of Parliament representing planting interests m Ceylon have urged Prime Minister S. W. R. D. Bandaranaike to lift restrictions on direct tea exports to London as a temporary measure to raise depressed prices. U.P.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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West Germany has offered economic aid to South Korea from next year. Reuter

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Said I7idian Prime Minister Nehru m New Delhi after accepting an invitation from Japanese Prime Minister Kishi to visit Japan: "As a boy m the days of the Russo-Japa-nese war I always thought of Japan as a "symbol of Asian determination and might to stop the European loaves from enslaving

War possibility is discussed [ARTICLE]

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War possibility is discussed MEMBERS of the Japanese National Defence Council m Tokyo have held secret discussions on the world military situation, particularly m the Far East, and whether there was a danger of a world war or regional war m the near future. No definite conclusions were reached. A

OBSTALES TO ASIA TRADE BLOC SCHEME [ARTICLE]

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OBSTALES TO ASIA TRADE BLOC SCHEME AN Asian common market similar to that approved for Western Europe is out of the question at this time, a semi-gov-ernment study committee said m Tokyo. The Council for Overall Research on European Economy blamed tariff and other considerations. The council, composed of government

Out to learn [ARTICLE]

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Out to learn A delegation of the Nippon Management Association has visited the Demag heavy engineering works m Duisburg, West Germany, to study rationalisation methods.- Reuter

15-gun salute [ARTICLE]

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15-gun salute General Keizo Hayashi. chairman of the Japanese Joint Staff Council, was greeted with a 15-gun salute when he arrived at Heidelberg, West Germany. Reuter

KISHI SIGNS AN AGREEMENT [ARTICLE]

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KISHI SIGNS AN AGREEMENT A cultural agreement wa s signed m Karachi yesterday by Pakistan Premier H. S. Suhrawardv and Jananese Prime Minister Nobusuke Kishi, Reuter

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SO NORMAN DEALT THE JOKERIN HIS WILL [ARTICLE]

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SO NORMAN DEALT THE JOKERIN HIS WILL THE last card Norman John Mead dealt was THE JOKER. And he dealt it m his will by directing that his five brothers and sisters should roll poker dice for what was left of his £500 after specified bequests. Norman Mead, whose home

THE VICAR'S WIFE... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE VICAR'S WIFE... THE whole parish of Spotland, Roch- dale m Lancashire, I England, supported the Vicar's wife when she modelled bathing suits at a Mother's Union fashion show held m the church schoolroom. Her husband, the Rev. C. E. Warring- ton agreed, too. Despite criticism from many quarters, Mrs.

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TOOT THE TUG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TOOT THE TUG IIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIMIH""""""" 11 XXXXXXXXXX11 XXXXX1111 THEY all crouched close to the door as they heard the key turn m the lock, and as soon as the door swung open, they all pounced together. "Cot him! Cot him!" they cried. Quickly now. tie h«ti MP He was only a

A hobby to suit all pockets [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A hobby to suit all pockets SUNNY GIAM Catling all photographers By SELECTION of prints taken by photographic enthusiasts will be among the many outstanding exhibits at the Singapore Rotary Club's Hobbies Exhibition which will be officially open by the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Mr. J. M. Jumabhoy, at

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DAILY CROSSWORD 1 cos A ««s. n^SrseVaSief' lAt fiii>t credit the summit g LigntiS tne niines at last (9). (5) 7 Shape at ftr.st these dress de--4 Dog rigid a: last (7). signs 7_6>. 8 Surrounds a Iml Mich rela- 9 Porebore mostly the chorus gatherings (6-7). 10 Nice when

The Do-It Yourself Club

Tranaform that crate! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tranaform that crate! w^r S^g jj^H W^m I X^^^^^^^l tfC* ■—^^B J'H^^P—^^^H^^r^J^^l FOR the Handyman, portable electric tools and accessories are real labour savers, eliminating drudgery and enabling a more professional finish to be achieved on completed projects. The design of these tools is such that a basic unit can

HOW TO SMOOTH THAT FLOOR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW TO SMOOTH THAT FLOOR DON WEDGE By JINOLEUM muit be laid J on a base that fulfils certain essential conditions. The first is smoothness. Many householders suppose that unevenness or corrugations m a wooden or concrete floor can be hidden by placing linoleum on them. That Is not so.

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Distine appeals as winner in the main sprint despite 10.3 [ARTICLE]

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Distine appeals as winner in the main sprint despite 10.3 P™^j^™^^^^^!!rTTrMo^ow s_chM£!£ CL 1, DIV. 1 f»F. Distine 10.03; Amusement Park 9.04; Prosperity 8.05; Shamrock Slipper 8 01: Sir Francis 7.13; Ilopsasa 7 1-: Amusement II 7.10; Little John 7.00; Malayan Scholar 7.08: Time To Reason 7.0 <; Stage Show

MBERLANE LOOKS A GOOD CHANCE HERE [ARTICLE]

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MBERLANE LOOKS A GOOD CHANCE HERE CL t, Div. 2 6F Star Signal 900: Happy Life 81 i Ascot 8.10; Bridge law II 8.09; Acrobat 8.08; Chanticleer B.o<i; Tour Highness II 8 01. Nicol Wlitfi 8 03; Cinema 111 8 0:j; (iarr.vden 8.01; Remembrance 8.01; Timberlane 8.00; Charge Sheet 713;

THEY WILL NOT START TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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THEY WILL NOT START TOMORROW FOLLOWING horses will not start tomorrow: Blis^ lire Kuiiy Bird. Roman Shoe, (on\ rational, King Pap. South Pacific. \s ot. Gmrryden, Charfc Sheet, Gref Court. Kerry Ltaffhter. Two Vermouths, and I'ndecided. Malayan Scholar is a v«rv doubtful starter.

SCREEN PLAY IS BETTER THAN LAST START 2ND [ARTICLE]

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SCREEN PLAY IS BETTER THAN LAST START 2ND (L. 1 DIV. 3 6F Darcnth 9.00; Brilliant light 8.13; Palio 8.11; Man about Town Ml; Infernal Region 8 10: Kentucky Tride Mi; Roman Shoe 8.07; French Shoe 8.04; Screen Hay 8 02; Earthquake Ml; Merdeka TJI <iinI seng IJf; Mirandola 7.07.

TANRLIN HILL TO SCORE MAIDEN WIN [ARTICLE]

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TANRLIN HILL TO SCORE MAIDEN WIN TANGLIN HILL, on his second to Azarole over six furlongs, is my selection for the Class 1 Div. 3 event, One Mile. Tanglin Hill who did not show up m his second race, he failed to saddle up for two quick races has improved

BONDI GETS THE VOTE IN A DIFFICULT RACE [ARTICLE]

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BONDI GETS THE VOTE IN A DIFFICULT RACE CLAM 1 DIV 2— r > H RS. Hurry Hurry !>.00; Judicial 8.1"! Walla Walla 8.11; Santiago 8.10; Bondi 8 09; Cash Cheque MS; A/arnle <07- Bliss Fire 807; Cargo Rite 8 0(>; Royal Worlmgton II 805- Copper Khan 8 05; High

DOWN 15-1b BUFFER STOCK IS ONE OF TOMORROW'S BEST [ARTICLE]

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DOWN 15-1b BUFFER STOCK IS ONE OF TOMORROW'S BEST CL 2 HIV. 1— 6F. Premier H. 00; South Pacific B.U. Credit Balaaee 8 1': Banker i-<>v 1.12; Regalia 8.11; Potentate 8.10; Metarostac II 8.0?>: Starala 8 Of); White Magk 8 (IS; Supremo 8.07: Din kum B.o<i; Slipper Prince 8.00- Lady

Bygraves is still champ [ARTICLE]

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Bygraves is still champ JOE BYGRAVES, of Jamaica, kopt his British Empire heavy w title last ni<>ht when he I ;i draw with Dick Richardson, the 22-year-old Welsh hope It was a poor championship fight, and the referee was constantly forced to pull the men apart. The two were clinching

AZAROLE RUNS GOOD 3F, A CHANCE TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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AZAROLE RUNS GOOD 3F, A CHANCE TOMORROW ALLAN LEWIS reporting B. Timah gallops, says: iiZAROLE (Khamis), working alone m the x centra of the Number Two track at Bukit 1 1 mali this morning, ran three m 37£. I thought Azarole did it well enough to be one of the

Flamv Rose in French semi final [ARTICLE]

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Flamv Rose in French semi final HERB FLAM, of the United States, entered the men's singles semi finals of the French International Lawn Tennis championships when he beat the Belgian Davis Cup player, Phillipe Washer, 5-7, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 m Paris yesterday. Flam, who is ranked No. 2 m

YOUNG NOTTS BATSMEN FLOG WI BOWLING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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YOUNG NOTTS BATSMEN FLOG WI BOWLING HTHE WEST INDIES criA cketers, who declared their first innings at Satur-j day's total of 489 for three, toiled all day m the field under a hot sun m capturing six Nottinghamshire wickets for 312 runs on the second day of their threeday match

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RUBBER SHIP IS LOOTED, SUNK: 17 CREW SLAIN [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER SHIP IS LOOTED, SUNK: 17 CREW SLAIN Home Guards turned pirates and scuttled schooner IM'RMESE Home Guard units were said to have scuttled a schooner, killing 17 persons aboard her, near Mergui, 200 miles south of Rangoon on the Tenasserim coast. According to reports reaching Rangoon yesterday, three men

Accuse U.S.? No – Lloyd [ARTICLE]

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Accuse U.S.? No Lloyd MR. Selwyn Lloyd, British Foreign Secretary, yesterday rejected a proposal m the House of Commons that he .should ask the United Nations Security Council to consider the export of arms by the United States to Saudi Arabia. He said he was not satisfied that the supply

MAN ATTACKS GIRL, CLAIM [ARTICLE]

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MAN ATTACKS GIRL, CLAIM AN 18-year-old Chinese girl, Heng Lee How, reported to the police yesterday that she was abducted and criminally a.ssaulted by a Chinese last Saturday morning. She said she was on her <p ay to work In Serangoon Garden at 8.40 a.m. on Saturday when a Chinese

Let's tame that H-atom he says [ARTICLE]

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Let's tame that H-atom he says THE possibility of 'taming" the hydrogen atom for peaceful uses was referred to last night by a British government minister. Mr. Harold Watkinson, Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, told a political meeting m Edinburgh, Scotland: "We should be crazy not to carry out

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. hj vtmptlhr.i Airport was the scene of an Armed if Forces Day display by the American nillMU m Berlin West German politicians and officers from the four occupation forces were present. They watched the display from a specially-erected dais. 2 Here. Major General Dasher, the U.S. Town Com- s

TITO CALLS FOR PEACE [ARTICLE]

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TITO CALLS FOR PEACE Yugoslavia joins m 'tan the bomb' chorus pRfSIDKNT Tito of Yiiij 'slavia yesterday appnlrd "to all the peoples m the world to unite m a unique struggle' to ban wars m which nuclear weapons would be hsmL Tito was speaking at the opening of a new

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THE PAPER WITHIN A PAPER Eve

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THE PAPER WITHIN A PAPER Eve No- 46. Tnesdsy, May 28, 1957.

ACCENT ON LEISURE [ARTICLE]

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ACCENT ON LEISURE riRL ON A DRAGON DRUM who looks like a princess of a bygone dynasty. In reality, she is an attractive Singaporean whose strictly-1957 leisure outfit is a cute bloomer model. It is an original creation by a Singapore woman deSI |xtremely fetching is this brief one- piece

What's new in town? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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What's new in town? CRAZY but cute are new hats of Italian straw, m shape conical or sunbon net inspired, cloche and violet and a nose 01 others X%ntne the c r o a n g une§ fe O aning On heavily towards U.S. linens m pink or blue -with

Feminascope [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Feminascope THE NEWEST. SNAPPIEST MOST PRACTICAL PAGE DESIGNED FOR WOMEN THIS month is the 50th anniversary of the teddy bear, the world's most beloved childhood toy. It was just half a century ago that the stuffed toy was fashioned and dedicated to America's long-de-ceased president-adventurer, "Teddy" Roosevelt. Germany's noted animal

NOW is the time for women to a voice THEIR views [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NOW is the time for women to a voice THEIR views tvomvn $rha /to/;.' in liv*> in Simgfmgnmrm 9 m n<>tr hiMsiiiij mmimtmm roivinij i It fir ri^$rs stifle of tfo#fstriiciiiM 9 GOURMET ClUB... fdsfsdfdsfdsafsdafsdaf I test n a preview Aprevieiu of the lovely Lana of Vienna knitted c*suals rereals

WHERE TO BUY [ARTICLE]

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WHERE TO BUY VI ALA Y and Borneo antiques. itA Malay Arts Craft-, kiosk shop at foot of Anderson Bridge, Marine Compound; Indian devolutive textiles. Handlooms Emporium, Cl Race Course Lane; bloomer sports outfit, crazy hats. Kclanta.) cotton frocks, bridal t Italian straw jewclier>. Doris Gcddes' Little Shop. Raffle* Hotel;

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Pamper Your Face by EYE-CARE Glasses you may need wil! discourage Lines or Wrinkles caused by Eyestrain. THE OPTICAL HOUSE. Opticians to H.H. The Sultan of Johore. 169, Middle Road, Singapore. Tel: XXXXX goddess use Godde$» 1 BL -«jjflf Plunge Contourette in Embroidered Nylon Shc» r TOWN COUNTRY ]f Dress

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Elizabeth Arden'i m creams off hair arms and legs 1 If i v the safe, leminine t<> remove daii Erom licit.- areas "I the -kin. to N to u J"-' cream it on, minutea later rinse off all hair vanishes with the rinsing. ££ce<k~/\^ «> pleasanl scent, 1<m\<> tin- -kin

Rotarn HOBBIES EXHIBITION

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Rotarn HOBBIES EXHIBITION Tuesday, May 28, 1957.

GIGANTIC DISPLAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GIGANTIC DISPLAY PETER LIM It will fascinate young and old by FASCINATING is the won) to descnoe me r liobbics Exhibition which opens at the Victoria Memorial Hall today— thus chalking up another "first" for the Singapore Rotary Club. When the town clock strikes five this afternoon the doors will

Help them on the way to a new life [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Help them on the way to a new life LIONEL CRESSON by organising chairman of the Rotary Hobbies Exhibition EVERY year Singapore Rotary Club draws up a new plan of campaign, one that always has the same objective to do good that will benefit a deserving section of the community.

A UNIQUE RECORD [ARTICLE]

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A UNIQUE RECORD YOUR Rotary Club has a unique record of raising funds for good causes down the years, and there seems no limit to the energy and en te r p rise shoivn by your successive committees m raising funds. If the Lord loveth a cheerful giver, you must

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SPECIAL TRAINING IN BRITAIN FOR THESE TEACHERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SPECIAL TRAINING IN BRITAIN FOR THESE TEACHERS Teaching the deaf and dumb requires special training and Mrs. A. L. Pereira (above) is one of the few teachers with this qualification m Singapore. Already a qualified teacher, Mrs. Pereira was sent by Government to England for a year's course on teaching

From toy soldiers to priceless jade [ARTICLE]

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From toy soldiers to priceless jade ALL TASTES CATERED FOR IN BIG LIST OF ENTRIES MORE than 600 entries m more than 20 different groups have been received by the organisers of the Rotary Hobbies Exhibition. In addition, thousands of exhibits have come m from Singapore schools English as well

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H'NCES TWEEZERS PERFORATION CUACES MACNIMERS COLOUR CUIDES t I THE 3 M S Greatest Hobby 5 I OF ALL i N X Siamp Collecting i CO I/I I M££f 1 KENNETH FISH I i AT THE EXHIBITION PENNY BLACKS CAPE TRIANGLES IMPERFS PROOFS COLOUR TRAILS TETE BECHES ITEMS FROM EX

PIPERS ON THE MARCH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PIPERS ON THE MARCH Thrilling spectacles like that above will be seen on the Padang when RAF Seletar pipe band will play at the model aircraft flying demonstration. Another thrill m store will be a show on the Victoria Memo- i rial Hall stage by magician Kh o 0 Teng

TRAFFIC GAME HOBBY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TRAFFIC GAME HOBBY SOUNDLY based on economy and the psychology of our times, unique m every respect is the new hobby, the Schuco-Varianto Traffic Game, so ingenuously contrived by the Schuco Works. Schu«?o Varianto. the first automobile traffic game, featuring fully automatic steering of the ianto Cars, both I trie

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WORK ON THE NEW SCHOOL FOR 100 MALAY CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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WORK ON THE NEW SCHOOL FOR 100 MALAY CHILDREN THE picture (left) shows the progress j m the work of build- ins the school-cum- community centre provided by the Rotary Club of Singapore at Kampong Tebang. The centre will also serve Kampong Jurong and Kampong Penjuru. \bout 100 Malay children

GOVT. GIVES LAND FOR NEW SCHOOL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GOVT. GIVES LAND FOR NEW SCHOOL Part of the money collected at the exhibition will be used for the Jurong project. The rest will go towards a $100,000 school for deaf and dumb children. The Singapore Association for the Deaf and Dumb has already obtained from the Government an acre

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J^ £k *kW f Bkß Af f^ NOVEL, UNIQUE HOBBY BY "SCHUCO" B/0 Mm M W* M M M W 4*% Msm m m Soundly based on economy and psychorMf ciiici/ *J~e±MC€K v"::: -sss:. ihsss. p»=^^— JBBMMBMBMmmU VARIANTO TRAFFIC GAME, so m- A /~^Bk gcnously contrived by th al-cody I