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The Singapore Free Press, 31 October 1958

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The Singapore Free Press Malaya's Own Family Paper slngaptr*. Kiui..v. October 11, 1958. Mm UCU,

Four more polio cases in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Four more polio cases in S'pore Four more paralytic polio victims were admitted to the Middleton Hospital up to 9.20 a.m. today, bringing the total number of cases this year to 210.

CONDITIONS GOOD' AT OPENING OF A-BAN TALKS [ARTICLE]

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CONDITIONS GOOD' AT OPENING OF A-BAN TALKS Geneva optimism despite tough Russian attitude DRITISH, Russian and American statesmen meet m Geneva this after*J noon for crucial talks on the suspension of nuclear tests. An American spokesman said last night: "The conditions at the outset of the conference look good." The

Mayor bars 'sack' -move [ARTICLE]

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Mayor bars 'sack' -move- miAYOR Ong Eng Guan, 1U ai the City Council meeting today, ruled out of order a Labour Front Councillor.- motion to dismiss Mr. Gary Wang, Director of the nation Bureau, for allegedly contravening con.. iid discipline rules. Mr. Oi;:; said the motion was ultra vires as

Townsend film [ARTICLE]

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Townsend film Group Captain Peter Townsend left Hong Kong today for Tokyo to work on a film "Peter Townsend's Journey." He has been shooting scenes for the film m that colony. Reuter

Russia claims a 'right' [ARTICLE]

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Russia claims a 'right' It stemmed from ready Russian agreement at a preliminary meeting of officials yesterday that the progress of the talks should be kept secret. Western observers said this indicated that the Russians had come to negotiate and not merely to let off propaganda blasts. Russia, on the

West still hopeful [ARTICLE]

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West still hopeful There was some hope In Western circles that Russia would, m fact, cease testing from today. If there were more Soviet nuclear explosions, however, the position would call for Anglo-U.S. consultations at the highest level. Britain and the U.S. have said they will discontinue tests for a

Soviet view doesn't make sense [ARTICLE]

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Soviet view doesn't make sense THE U.S. State Department last night said a Soviet statement issued by Tass on nuclear test suspension contained "curious inconsistencies." The Department declared that the U.S. and Britain had moved closer to the original Soviet position by proposing a one-year nuclear test suspension but now

Man murdered in hospital [ARTICLE]

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Man murdered in hospital CIUNMEN walked into a I government hospital m Nicosia last night and shotdead a Greek Cypriot who wounded by terrorists lunday. Meanwhile lien. Kenneth Darling, the Director of Antl-Terroi Activit promised he would defeat the EOKA terrorists.- UPI

World figures join bats tests appeal [ARTICLE]

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World figures join bats tests appeal of Hiroshima, PsJ-n+r* 1 ladao Watanube Japanese hristian lead, i Dr. Toy oh ka Kagauu yesterday joined with world figures m appealing to the United States, Britain and Russia I to end nuclear tests. The appeal came on the eve of the three-power meeting

RUBBER PRICE [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICE November first grade rubber buyers f.o.b. opened m Singapore this morning at 90g cents a lb., down oneeighth of a cent on yesterday's close. The tone was uncertain.

Gaitskell stays [ARTICLE]

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Gaitskell stays Mr. Hugh Gaitskell was re-elected leader of the Labour Party and chairman of the Parliamentary Labour Party m London last night.

U.S. creates biggest man-made quake [ARTICLE]

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U.S. creates biggest man-made quake j powerful unci blast ever a Hirushima- device was bene, .kF yesterday a Nevada di 3. atomic n rded on \a m States and The shot rumbled like an earthquake across the test site with the force of 20.000 tons of TNT. It was triggered

City of shut doors and windows [ARTICLE]

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City of shut doors and windows snr.i o,,t from thc l s nuclear test site minor^__£i_? n L_ x 5 An H s I Itj yesterday, cms 11,1 '"it thf Wlndow and doors urre slammed „i -«t>on etn!-» mlc Encr *y Commission and other f,r 'lirm^ ,oon announced there was

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DEPORT COLONIAL THUGS' MOVE BY U.K. GOVT. [ARTICLE]

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DEPORT COLONIAL THUGS' MOVE BY U.K. GOVT. BUI soon: But no immigration barrier A BILL enabling the British Government to deport Colonial and Com A monwealth immigrants who have committed criminal offence, hi Britain will be introduced m the new session of Parliament just opened it was learned m London

Yugoslavia reaffirms neutrality [ARTICLE]

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Yugoslavia reaffirms neutrality T*HE Yugoslav Foreign MiJL nister, Mr. Koca Popovic, said m London la^t night that his country was not prepared to join either the Warsaw Pact or NATO. He was not m a position to estimate whether the Soviet Union would restore to Yugoslavia economic credits withdrawn earlier

Nuclear plant operators must insure [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear plant operators must insure A GOVERNMENT Bill published m London yesterday makes operators of nuclear installations m Britain absolutely liable for all harm to people and property that may be caused by radiation from the sites even though it is due to unavoidable accident. The Bill a sequel to

CHILDREN FOIL WAGE GRAB BY KNIFEMAN [ARTICLE]

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CHILDREN FOIL WAGE GRAB BY KNIFEMAN TWENTY screaming schoolchildren In London yesterday broke up an attempt to snatch wages and detained the robber. Arthur Hider, a 42-year-I old wages clerk In I ship- ping firm, wa.^ attacked by a man m Greenwich. The man snatched his bag containing about i4OO

'WE REGRET' CABLE TO PASTERNAK [ARTICLE]

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'WE REGRET' CABLE TO PASTERNAK THE SWEDISH ACADEMY iiela a 90 minute debate Stockholm yesterday on soviet writer Boris Pasterujks refusal of his Nobel r-nze for literature, and aeciaed to send him a telegram oi" 'sympathy and respect" expressing 'profound regret" at his decision. Meanwhile Pasternak, apparently alone m his

ARMS TALKS [ARTICLE]

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ARMS TALKS Senior Army officers from Canada, Britain and the United States are holding a secret conference m Ottawa on future army weapons, the Canadian Press news agency said Reuter.

133 women on trial [ARTICLE]

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133 women on trial I^HE mass trial of 133 Afrl- can women who last week demonstrated against the compulsory issue of passbooks began m Johannesburg yesterday. The Crown withdrew one of two charges and the women were accused under municipal by-laws of congregating, causing an obstruction and failing to disperse

Queen visits Perth [ARTICLE]

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Queen visits Perth The Queen left London by train last night for Scotland to spend the weekend near Perth Renter.

DE GAULLE MOVE: IKE, MAC REPLY [ARTICLE]

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DE GAULLE MOVE: IKE, MAC REPLY DRESIDENT EISENHOWER and Mr. Harold Macmilian have replied to a I by i de Gaulle for cooperation on matters OUttlie NATO geographic French Government yesterday. "Lett* being exchanged and nothing can be at this n ource -aid. Earlier this week a Fi foreign ministry

Charles and Anne on TV at Xmas?' [ARTICLE]

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Charles and Anne on TV at Xmas? Prince Charles and Princess Anne may appear on television with the Quern on Christmas Day, according to widespread press reports m London yesterday. With their father, the Duke of Edinburgh, they may be seen with the Queen at the end of her traditional

Booming again [ARTICLE]

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Booming again The United States Commerce Department said that consumer spending the backbone of America's economy— has risen to a new all-time hißh because, of a pick-up m Jobs, hours I worked and wage rate! UPI

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A NEW FOOLPROOF FLU VACCINE [ARTICLE]

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A NEW FOOLPROOF FLU VACCINE 4 NEW vaccine claimed give complete proii against influenza. including tin- Asia type bei n put. on the West German market. a kesman for the producers said the vaccine had been thoroughly test- cd. It is called "InfluenzaVirus Adsorbat Vaccine Asta." A single injection Is

TRAPPED COLLIERS PRAYED AND SANG HYMNS FOR 6 DAYS [ARTICLE]

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TRAPPED COLLIERS PRAYED AND SANG HYMNS FOR 6 DAYS rVNK of 12 Springhill, Nova Scotia, miners trapped two-and-a-half miles 2f underground for six days before being rescued told yesterday how they spent the time praying, singing hymns, telling jokes and just siting. Hugh Guthro, 31, said they had been m

Fair deal now for landlords [ARTICLE]

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Fair deal now for landlords pUBLIC authorities m Britain will now be made to pay current market prices instead of an arbitrary figure as compensation to landowners whose property they acquire compulsorily for development purposes. This is a condition of the Conservative Governments new Town and Country Planning Bill. just

Suicide bid foiled [ARTICLE]

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Suicide bid foiled UNITED STATES AIR FORCE Master Sergeant Leander V. Cunningham locked himself m a bomber base building at Scunthorpe. Norfolk, for more than eight hours yesterday and threatened to kill himself. But his wife Nancy with chaplains, medical authorities and other U.S.A.F. officials persuaded him to surrender. Reuter

Banned books on sale here [ARTICLE]

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Banned books on sale here Hi NUREDB of books banned i" singaIt ara being sold m f he i. deration, while those prohibited by tbe l .deration Government are available hen. v, c REASON: Out oi the 83 foreign publishing houses blackHsted by the two governments, only books printed hv

New venture for Malayan [ARTICLE]

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New venture for Malayan MR. BRIAN PLATT. 28--year-old Briton, plans to cross the Pacific from Hong Kong; m a 27-foot yacht, reaching the United States m March or April. He recently completed a four-month voyage which he began alone from Singapore. He sailed m the Chempake to British Borneo and

Laid-up shipping total 1.5 m. tons [ARTICLE]

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Laid-up shipping total 1.5 m. tons Shipping laid up at British ports on Oct. 1 for reasons other than repair totalled 1.534,560 tons, thP Chamber of Shipping announced m London today. Of thr c, including tank--204 1 1 035,135 tons) British and 70 (499.52 foreign. Reuter

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Opinion INDONESIA REPRISALS [ARTICLE]

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Opinion INDONESIA REPRISALS VOT unexpectedly, al- though belatedly. the Chiang Kai-shek Government m Formosa has taken exception to the closure and expropriation by the Jakarta Government of so-called Kuomintang schools, newspapers and firms m Indonesia. As justification for j action, the Indonesian Government has accused Nationalist China of complicity In

NIXON S CAMPAIGN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NIXON S CAMPAIGN A 1 t SHlffli l lff it t far tltt* Uh itt* Ml oust* IKES REBUKE T II I! otherwise sluggish Conj>n ssioiKil election m (he United States has been given some drama unci suspense by contests m \ew York State and (.';iliWhat gives it some novelty

Hope returns to Algeria at long last [ARTICLE]

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Hope returns to Algeria at long last STEPHEN COULTER By rTHE FRENCH Prime Minister, General df A Gaulle, is expected to visit Algeria again soon to see that his instructions about election are being carried out. He has outmanoeuvred the extremists m Algiers m a masterly way. "They have been

Sea's inner space to be explored [ARTICLE]

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Sea's inner space to be explored American sciem ready to b pro gramme of physical ex proration «ii "inner ipa the term used In American naval e.reh rlbe the depths ol the m The de< i) -.1 bathyscaphe I which the Office ot Naval Research has bought from the lan

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.MARCASITE RHINESTONE JEWELLERY I tt tm m i m 1 r t> a t itt it on Display Jewellers tt Silversmiths 71 North Hi idee Kd Spore It Kuala Lumpur. 1 E^fSingaporf^rf J)rfj» FRIDAY, Oct. 31. 1958.

COLONY IS ASSURED OF INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC HELP [ARTICLE]

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COLONY IS ASSURED OF INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC HELP Spore trade team returns with a promise gINGAPORL indostriahsts who attended the recent international trade conference m Yokohama at the invitation of the prefectural Government have been assured of Japanese technical and economic cooperation for industrial development. *v. r Mr David Lee

16,000 now get milk, too [ARTICLE]

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16,000 now get milk, too 4 g 00 poor child- Singapore have nought under the me of the Social Welfare Department, with lh e aid Ol UNICEF. ire from the departments social centres, itals. schools and sevvoluntary organisaa pokesman of the SoWelfare Department Press that ildren were daily ilk distributed

Polio; Bid to provide more beds [ARTICLE]

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Polio; Bid to provide more beds PRELIMINARY discussions have been going on between the City Health Department and government medical authorities for relieving congestion at Singapore's Middletou Hospital. Dr. J. Cameron, the City Health Officer, hoped government hospitals would admit bowel disease cases and so make more room available for

Keep this market open at night? Ho [ARTICLE]

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Keep this market open at night? Ho to keep the market open at night. The committee maintained that it would be a nuisance to people living m the neighbourhood. rnHE Health Committee A of the Singapore City Council has refused an application by stallholders of a market In Queen Street

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Your Luchy STAR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Your Luchy STAR j pORN today, you have a rithev o Ij complex personality, you an Jj pear one thing to the outside world yet you are an entirely v <> person inside. J[ You cultivate the habit o sing everything and every r> J[ and then doing exactly what

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JKiV "iriWICK by Sydney -Jorilaii IT IV I X SUSPENOED ANIMATION r We are the old Martians JmmmX W look here fl |_e_d v ,N A »eFi?iGE»ATED ond the riekv fcxir Trimeri Ol\ I,s ,s llow we cell f There tare only a few hundned yT^i L came from __^__M

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U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON, Oct. 30. Previous Today 1 HSS c.if. IBBJR »or| s Nov. 167 i buyers p sellers 26', sellers Pit 25 <i buyer.s 26 buyers 26 sell 26 's sellers 9 <pot 25 buy. 25^ buyers lsl>ll sellers M sellers I, 1 25 Ti buyers 25*; buyers

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. Oct 30. Previous Today I\ Straiti Spot 97.50 norn 97.37 nom. "1\ futorff trait> Contract Dec 95.12 buyers 95.50 buyers 97.12 sellers 97.00 sellers Jan 95.00 buyers 95.50 buyers 97.00 sellers 96.50 sellers fONE: Steady. SALES: One lot. IIBBFK: Futures Nov 31.25 buyers 31.45 paid

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, Oct. 30. Previous Today 0 Industrials 542.72 543.31 0 Railroad. 149 10 148.83 0 DomeMic Bonds 86.20 86.26 5 Itilities 82.92 82.97 5 Stork> Composite Averages 188.212 188.28

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER I 24',. awaiting 24. 23>i cif. Sarawak unquoted. afloats 24',. Muntok white spot 38^. await- lipment 24. 23"i to ing release unquoted, afloats unI i. Lampong spot quoted and November shipment release 24',. 37 cif. sellers ex-dock. November shipment Above prices quoted m U.S. cents per lb.

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Previous Today .<>PK\ Philippine, c.lif. I.K. North Furopoan ports delivered weithl per long ton Oct. $230 paid unquoted Nov. $225 sellers $230 sellers n:v if IK. North ports delivered long ton Oct. Nov. £79 nom. £80 nom. >< <>M 1 OH, rrude Straits Ml. European ports

CHOOSE SPEAKERS WITH CARE. HEADS TOLD [ARTICLE]

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CHOOSE SPEAKERS WITH CARE. HEADS TOLD I Politics ban reminder goes out to schools A STERN reminder has been sent to principals of all aided and Government schools by the Ministry of Education asking them not to permit any sort of political propaganda m their institutions or organised student activities

Probe on rolls starts [ARTICLE]

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Probe on rolls starts THE Election Commissioner, Mr. M. Ponnuduray, said today that investigations were now being conducted into all the claims and objections lodged regarding the electoral rolls to the Singapore Legislative Assembly. The registers were withdrawn on Wednesday evening from all constituencies where they had been available for

STOCKS RESUME UPWARD MOVE [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS RESUME UPWARD MOVE and the absence of a free scrip issue. Rubber shares held steady and tea shares wer* irregular. South African gold shares opened firm on renewed support but later reacted on the Egyptian press reports of Israeli troop movements and small predominated at thn close.Copper and lead

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-llllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIUJ: I SINGAPORE I jJHIGH TIDESf TODAY: 12.16 p.m. I TOMORROW: 1.24 a.m. 1 and 12.48 p.m. SUNDAY: 2.03 a.m. and I 1.22 p.m. MONDAY: 2.47 a.m. E and 2.02 p.m. E TUESDAY: 3.42 axi. and 2.53 p.m. WEDNESDAY: 4.56 a.m. E and 4.05 p.m. E E THURSDAY: 6.25 a.m.

Faust cost ice-cream man £1 [ARTICLE]

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Faust cost ice-cream man £1 ICE CREAM seller Arthur Morritt waited for cus- tumors as his van played its musical call-sign- the I opening bars of Gouik». I "Faust/ 1 Then two policemen arrived! m Stoke Bishop, a select suburb of Bristol. They took Morritt s name. And at Bristol

FORBIDDEN KISS – FORBIDDEN MARRIAGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FORBIDDEN KISS FORBIDDEN MARRIAGE Feel sorry for charming film stars Sabiha Khanan and Santosh Kumar. It was bad enough a being forbidden to kiss on the screen. Now j they have been forbidden to marry m real life. Beautiful 21 -year-old Sabiha, m London for the first Western film premiere

5,000 mile trip to fall in love [ARTICLE]

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5,000 mile trip to fall in love PRETTY Wendy Ryan and 23-J I John Vye used to live within 15 miles ol each other m Kent. Wendy's hom< 1 1 In the village oi Witti rsham; John used to live at Etchhill. they had to travel 000 miles to meet

Jealou [ARTICLE]

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Jealou VERY was Mi Varley suspicion marriagi left him i; When he Shift m the pits wife ciain lock her ro from six ing until next morning -Whether thai am not quit Mr. Commissioner F!oi m the Divorce Court But ovid get it out of his mind t she was

Paper round do [ARTICLE]

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Paper round do Before he left home would put thread thro her coat and place pi round the door to whether anyone had o m or out

IS H A RED RABBLE-ROUSER? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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IS H A RED RABBLE-ROUSER? BOAC nuinlfiui E their recent VI 100.0N E prolong their stoppaj E several meetings of The Union secrt E unofficial strike was Jim Maitland w E date m the ("■< neral I E 1945. Below, he is 1 E and on the richt t E

y did [ARTICLE]

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y did iCCUimmorality and on. occasion, lot llIS st0C k StM. knocked at the Sr of her room, and said: £ny. Open the door. f"g (their landNervous wreck Varley could loor, because locked in. Said '-When ft him, she was a wreck. She does k very strong now, it I

'TEAMWORK' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'TEAMWORK' Sculptor David Wynne completes work on his trnton sculpture called "Teamwork" which has been shaped with pneumatic tools from a 100- ton slab of Cornish granite dynamited from a quarry near Falmoulh. The sculpture, showing four men pulling a rope, his been commissioned for the new offices of a

THE PARSON WHO CAN'T FORGET NOTTING HILL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE PARSON WHO CAN'T FORGET NOTTING HILL ALAN BESTIC —He saw it coming, but nobody took any notice BY JT IS reasonably quiet m Notting Hill Gate those nights. Men and women walk unmolested. Milk bottles are used more or less exclusively for carrying milk Jf is almost as if

He crowns 700 years of farming [ARTICLE]

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He crowns 700 years of farming ia.\YMONI) Btovold, ol Iv Oodalmlng, Bum b( t f..,t m o| A' with Oi- 1 before it has gone to or Ayr.shi Fifty live year old Mi\ Btovoid. v. ho c family ha been farming m Surrey i i the thirteenth till cattle M

The prejudice still festers [ARTICLE]

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The prejudice still festers "The solution does not lie m giving heavy tences to those lmmedi ly responsible for viol; he said. "The prejudice that is at the root of these disorders still festers. Wi must rid ourselves of prejudice, firmly, pat lv Notting Hill Gate, j said, is quiet

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iimmmimmiiimi Jf^jfJ^ _f 1 jF_f_f/> s oi m ns sAirn «5 m Home Secretory R. A. Butler: ••It has always been a right of British citizen ship to come m and out of the mother coun try at will, and it will need considerable force of argument to alter this

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TEN TIPS FOR BETTER SHOTS [ARTICLE]

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TEN TIPS FOR BETTER SHOTS gJ_HHMMß_ft_yM_l| I^H.U is the slowest speed at which a I i camera may be held? When does a tripod become necessary? A.W.T. j I KhJl? %f nco,)lc can hCLn <l hold a camera using a wttWer ed a. rfoio as 1,25 sec. Some fa/i hold

Snapping children indoors [ARTICLE]

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Snapping children indoors your camera has adjustable lens openings and shutter speeds. If your camera lacks such adjustments, but still has built-in flash synchronisation, just stay within six to eight feet of your subject and you will net good results. As for activities, such things as repairing a toy, colouring

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WEEK-ENDER is >* ____r v _______H_____ WW Cast your eyes on this week's highlights: R W NEW CASH CONTEST Another m interesting contest begins this week^^ |p? >' ARE YOU THE BOSS STYPE?... Here's a W-E quiz that every j B office girl w ill want to take part m.

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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jpi jmumm i Gen. Mohammad Vviin Khan (left), who is now m Mipreme control of Pakistan after the 'abdication of Preside n l lakander Mlrsa. has announced that tins change would "«u elfecl thr policies be proclaimed three ureeki ago on beini appointed Martial Law Administrator. In picture above Gen.

NO DANGER NOW OF WAR OVER THE QUEMOYS [ARTICLE]

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NO DANGER NOW OF WAR OVER THE QUEMOYS AMERICAN State Secretary John Foster Dulles and British Prime Min- ister Macmillan both believe th* danger of war over the Formosa Strait is now past. Mr. Dulles, commenting m Washington on the on-off-on Communist bombardment of the Quemoy island group, said: "My

COMMUNISM WILL COLLAPSE' [ARTICLE]

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COMMUNISM WILL COLLAPSE' MR. John Foster Dulles, U.S. State Secretary, said m Washington: "Communism will collapse, probably m a matter of decades, because it cannot indefinitely continue to exploit the people of Communist nations m the interest of external expansion and power. Evolution "This evolution toward considering the demands of

UNIONS HEED ERHARD AND DEMAND MORE [ARTICLE]

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UNIONS HEED ERHARD AND DEMAND MORE JAPANESE labour union* are already reacting to statements made m Tokyo by Dr. Ludwig Erhard. West German Economic Minister, according to employers' statements. Dr. Erhard had criticised low wages m Japan. He said low wages created opposition to Japanese products In Europe and low

Govt. Bill gets wide protest [ARTICLE]

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Govt. Bill gets wide protest AN estimated one million Japanese briefly stopped work while thousands of others demonstrated m street rallies against tin government legislation to increase police powers. The government wants to give the police more power to prevent the public disorder and street fighting that has developed on

Private Japanese deal with Soviet [ARTICLE]

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Private Japanese deal with Soviet A private Japanese trade delegation to Moscow. (I by Liberal Demo cratic Member of Parliament Tokutario Kitamura has reached an und standing with the Se I rnment for B US$5O million each way trade pact for 1959. accordin press reports U.P.I.

MADRAS MAY GET A-PLANT [ARTICLE]

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MADRAS MAY GET A-PLANT iblishment of a nu power station m Madras State Ls under consideration by the Indian Gov eminent. Pandit Govlnd Vallabh Print. Home Minis ter. said m Trivandrum. Reuter

New Czech ship for Far East run [ARTICLE]

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New Czech ship for Far East run The fifth Czechoslovak seagoing ship, a 13,000- ton teamer, is to bo built m Osaka. She will ply between Europe and the Far Reuter

An A-victim leaves suicide note [ARTICLE]

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An A-victim leaves suicide note Glimpses A 20-YEAK-OLD Hiroshima youth nifferin from after-effects of atomic radiation h committed suicide with a plea that the v ban forever the use of nuclear weapons Police investigating the death, said the youtl Yukichi Nobuchi. ended his life bj takm<> overdose of sleeping pills.

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South Korean Minister to Japan Yiu Tai Ha has been elevated to the status of ambassador. U.P.I.

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The Hong Kong branch of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association j has invited a United Kingdom branch delegation to pay a fortnight's visit to that Colony. Reuter

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J a p-a n is contributing US$lO,OOO towards the work of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for more than 900.000 Palestine refugees. Reuter

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"Youth Pledge Day" m Indonesia is: "One nation, one language, one country Indonesia." Reuter

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Indonesian Foreign Minister Subandrio is expected to visit Australia m late T^nuary or early Februnext year. Reuter

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_Ji Joseph Luns, Dutch Foreign Minister, has discounted as speculation reports that Holland would withdraw from New Guinea m favour of Australia.— Reuter

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Since the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency wound up its major activities on June 30 this year, progress on unfinished projects has been generally slow," according to Mr. H. E. Eastwood, the agency's administrator, m a report to the United Nations. Reuter

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South Korean President Syng.man Rhce has approved the death sentence on Choi Jung 11, 32. for attempting on April 10 to hijack a C-i« traioj to Communis ()rl l Korea. Etc uus over! powered by the pia nf l crew and other pay^ngerl after he killed a rrewmal and wounded

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Mt. Asama, north of Tokyo is continuing to erupt throwing ashes 2,000 yard! into the air. All volcanoes m Japan have been unusually active foj the last three months Reuter

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The International Union of Students announced m London that 25 student leaders returning from a world student congress m Peking were on board thn Russian Tu-104 airliner which crashed m Russia on October 17- Reuter

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Two young technicians Peru and Mexico hart arrived m Tokyo jomonths' technical training. Reuter

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tt it Japanese Emperor Hirohito has decorated the Norwegian ambassador U Japan, Mr. Hersleb Vogt with thr Order of the Rising Sun m rec o g n ition of the envoy's work for development of good relation* between Norway and Japan. Reuter

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Regional military authorities have taken over \> schools m North Sumatra and Atjeh operated b\ people or organisations whose countries d<» not have diplomatic relation! with Indonesia.— Reuter

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General Keizo Hayashi, Chairman oj J( Joint StafJ Cow.. next month re U.S. Legion i will be the first Japane* to receive the order. Reuter

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Japan Ls to continue research into thi atmosphere current Int. Geophysical Year t]f ended, Profe. Itokawa. of tl of Industrial Scii Tokyo Ui liver Ui Essen. West Or: Reuter

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ndonesia ha* million rupiah President Tit slavia and Rajendra Pro at the end oi t) Reuter

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Mr. Achmad A the Indone I to tl economic i Seattle. I inping requii' been I.ll' urces thun

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Chinese art from A to Z [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chinese art from A to Z jj Australia Noel ./illiam W.ii- masterpiece a e ,n a cheap a MAJOR survey of Chinese art has been published by Penguin Books In IW volumes within reach of the ra g c Malayan $tuden pocket. Chinese Art by William Willett covers 754 if

The Aussies are a weird mob, says Italian [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Aussies are a weird mob, says Italian A The Free Press Book of the Week i THEY'RE A WEIRD MOB. By Nino Culotta Nicholas Kaye, 10s. 6d. j 'Ow yer goin' mate orright?'' > m "Orright mate. 'Ow yer goin' orright? "Orright mate." IF you cant make out the

The man and his shadow [ARTICLE]

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The man and his shadow I*U MAN WITH TWO BHADOW& Robin Maugham, Longmans. 1 N tid A psychological thriller about the mental phenomenon known as "dlsso lation of personality." While engaged on security work m the Middl- I Peti becomes aware of Tommy, his ruthless alter ego. Harrowing adventures ensue

A tough cared for the ailing prison cat [ARTICLE]

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A tough cared for the ailing prison cat HAROLD M. HARRIS BY BANG TO RIGHTS By Frank Norman. Seeker Warburg. 15s. U«RANK NORMAN, the 1 illegitimate son of a barrow boy, is a good looking young man of 27 with a scar on his face. Or, more picturesquely, m his

ALL A BIT BERSERK [ARTICLE]

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ALL A BIT BERSERK har l Joseph. I.N t»d. V round the theme ol destiny and the inexplicable m human behaviour, these sophis' torii tlngulshed I i authoress make their point delicately, a wiih i bland irony and psycholo penetration, velvet -:love writing, but with mv leu oi iteel mi

CRAIG TO CAPTAIN SHIELD TEAM [ARTICLE]

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CRAIG TO CAPTAIN SHIELD TEAM I\N <l( \l(. \usti.ili s l<l .|)t.i.u king to regain form and tttneKs Sftei his ill m ss tin w««k~ ago has linn i hose ii to captain Neu South W against Western \ustralia. m a Sheffield Shield match which begiiu la Sjrdnej on November

Showery conditions to assist the MCC spinners [ARTICLE]

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Showery conditions to assist the MCC spinners Wi Mill X conditions m Adelaide will pl.iv m imiiortant role m the match beginning today between the M.C.C and South Australia. With Tony Lock and Jim Laker both included In the M.C.C. m it Ii apparent that selectors are r to test

Lan, 17, is Britain's Sportsman of Year [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lan, 17, is Britain's Sportsman of Year LAN BLACK, the Scottish .swimming international, has been voted "Sportsman of the Year m the annual ballot of the British Sportswriters' Association. Black, who is only 17, becomes the first swimmer to top the poll and is the first Scot ever to win

AUTUMN CUP ACCEPTORS [ARTICLE]

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AUTUMN CUP ACCEPTORS TWENTY final acceptors, villi weights, lor the Liverpool Autumn Cup to be run over one mile and a quarter at Liverpool on Novembei 7 are: Pampered King 9.03: Legal Tie, Faith Healer and Amos all 902; Falls of Shin 8 10; Cool Debate 8.07; Resurge 7.12; Burlington

If it takes me until Christmas... [ARTICLE]

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If it takes me until Christmas... MR. DONALD Campbell announced last night that iding his bids to break his own world water speed record kj that a new stabilising fin could be made for his jet hydroplane Bluebird Campbel 19 7 miles an hour. rmlned thai this iob Is going

TWO DAVIS CUP MEN PLAY IN HONG KONG [ARTICLE]

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TWO DAVIS CUP MEN PLAY IN HONG KONG World sport m brief IIAM Richardson beat United States Davis Cup teammate Alex Olmedo yesterday m an exhibition series In Hon, Kong, winning m straight sets 7-5. 6-2. In the doubles. Olmedo and Hong Kong's XC. Dao beat Richardson and Manuel Silva

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Amusement Park can win easily [ARTICLE]

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Amusement Park can win easily The Liberation Cup j_ I \s> 1. DIVISION I—6 FI'RLONGS D, Unc 10.03. Amusement Fark 9.13, Steve 9.07, Malayan Z B holn 901. Sun of Burma 8 09. Holiday Time 8 08, St. Vitus Downing Street MSi Marigold B.O'J, Waxer 7.1*. Sir: Francis Sa Blue

YOUGHAL BRIDGE WILL RUN WELL AGAIN HERE [ARTICLE]

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YOUGHAL BRIDGE WILL RUN WELL AGAIN HERE Class 2, Division I—7 Furlongs Tobasca 9.H. Youghal Bridge 8.09, Collusion 8.08, Picture Faa 11 8.17, Jolly Day 8.07. Don Wayne 8.06, Nazrana 8.05, Z Bl.uk (harm H. 05, Rose of Malaya 8 04. Numismate 8.04. Brid«n 8.12, Fair Weather 8.00. Bintan. Timor

HAPPY LIFE IN FORM TO COMPLETE A DOUBLE [ARTICLE]

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HAPPY LIFE IN FORM TO COMPLETE A DOUBLE Class z, Division 2-7 Furlongs u^S,™ el ,z .T. n shoe m. git, I 811, U ,i ,r ,dua, f i 12 V!tal Chance 8.11. Flouer Queen Irish* s iv; I' Vu MirophH 811 Rurma Glory 8.08. n« I otetrtate 8.07. Happy

FIELD LOOKS WEAKER IN THIS DIVISION [ARTICLE]

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FIELD LOOKS WEAKER IN THIS DIVISION f^«« Division 3-7 Furlongs Hunt' 1 J* ii?:, rah hrf?ue M* Time to Reason 8.08, Boi s, „rv, ,rv r, 80;! iil m Ml, Bangkok! Jhylocli Home 7.07. Should make amends for her unlurkv I 7P event** n f ta 'virion higher with one

PICTURE GOER IS BEST DESPITE THE PENALTY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PICTURE GOER IS BEST DESPITE THE PENALTY IllllllllllllillllllflililllSlllllllllii -•••illallllllllltllllllilliaillllllllllltllllillllllfllfltttllllllllfllfllllllllii||||||tlllllllll«|| Allan Lewis names his Gold Cup choice—- Automation looks like a safe bet CI. 2, Div. I—li M OFFICIAL SCRATCHIN6S AND ORDER OF nUNNINu SEE BACK PAGE SHAW STABLES should round off their seventh succes sive year as leading owners by

A HORSE THAT CANT LOSE... [ARTICLE]

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A HORSE THAT CANT LOSE... CI. 1, Div. 2-1 Mj I), u.Mr Kaglc 900. (.imp- j gale xi Haiku 1.11, i Irs Risk B.IS, Via Virtotia Lit, tkat 8.08, Prlnec Chartei J h i>7. Jee'i iippir I it, Banene j 1.05, Ottoman s uo. Dantesquc I pilots PrMe Ml. P»PP*'i

FREE TRADE ZONE: HOPE OF PACT DASHED [ARTICLE]

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FREE TRADE ZONE: HOPE OF PACT DASHED Britain warns: Danger of severe division m Europe DRITAIN'B hopes of agreement among the member countries of the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation for a European free trade zone by Jan. I, 1959, were dashed yesterday. A complete breakdown was avoided at a

Israel deities plot [ARTICLE]

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Israel deities plot AN Israeli Foreign J\ .Ministry spokesman said m Jerusalem yesterday an Egyptian Press report referring to mobilisation and other warlike preparations m Israel was completely without foundation. Describing the story as an invention, the spokesman said there had been repeated cases m the last two years of

Ayub: Why I sacked Gen, Mirza' [ARTICLE]

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Ayub: Why I sacked Gen, Mirza' GENERAL AYUB KHAN said last night he had removed President IVlirza and assumed supreme presidential powers because there was a feeling In the country, shared by top ranking army officers, that "we must make' a fresh start and break with the past." He said

Ex-minister charged [ARTICLE]

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Ex-minister charged Karachi police have filed charges of forgery and of cheating the Government against Ayub Khuhro, former Pakistan Defence Minister now, being detained on a black marketing charge.

COMMONS PLEA TO GREECE [ARTICLE]

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COMMONS PLEA TO GREECE DRITISH Government and Opposition speakers appealed to Greece yesterday to reconsider Its decision against attending a round-table conference on Cyprus. Mr. Selwyn Lloyd, the Foreign Secretary, and the Labour Opposition "Shadow Cabinet Foreign Secretary. Mr. Aneurin Bevan, were seen as considering a Cyprus conference the only

S. Africa censured [ARTICLE]

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S. Africa censured THE U.N. General Assembly yesterday adopted a resolution expressing "regret and concern" that South Africa had not heeded appeals to modify its apartheid policies. South Africa was not present during the voting. It had earlier boycotted political committee meetings, on the grounds that 1 1 were Incompetent

Bombs in car kill nine [ARTICLE]

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Bombs in car kill nine Two time bombs hidden m a car exploded m a downtown street m Tiaret. Algeria yesterday killing nine people three Europeans and six Muslims— and injuring 26 others. It was the worst act of terrorism m war-torn Algei ria this year. U.P.I.

FRISCO QUAKE [ARTICLE]

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FRISCO QUAKE An earthquake of moderate intensity shook San Francisco last night. Reuter

Four skymen freed [ARTICLE]

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Four skymen freed Four British paratroopers hrld by Saudi Arabia wero released over the border at I Aqaba yesterday. Reuter

'De Gaulle, rebels in touch' [ARTICLE]

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'De Gaulle, rebels in touch' Ll I TWING P»ria news papers yesterday ft ported (hit French Premier Oen. de Gaulle and the Algerian rebels had resumed iccret contacts with a rlew to start m. peace talks. According to the reports (ien. de Gaulle and th< t>H government In hed A

THESE HORSES WON'T RUN TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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THESE HORSES WON'T RUN TOMORROW lor ton."?: b™u Tim.h >;;'"; RACE ONE. t las, |>iv RM E TWn Mratf "»l RACE FOl-K. t I)n KAtE FI\K. Liberation r, Class l Div. l rj Dtetlne, Anna Kur J_ State Minstrel RACE SIX. The Gold Cs Class 1 Div. 1 j. VJ

Red guns silent [ARTICLE]

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Red guns silent Communist guns shellii the Chinese offshore Ulaa fell silent at 6 p.m. veste day after firing only 9 rounds m the day U.P.I.

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