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The Singapore Free Press, 10 November 1951

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press LARGEST AFTERNOON SALE IN MALAYA I SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1951. PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS.

EGYPTIAN TERROR' PLAN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EGYPTIAN TERROR' PLAN flew antt-British campaign to begin today FAYID, Suez Canal Zone, Saturday gGYPTTAN terrorist "liberation battalions*' have set today as "T-Day" for a new campaign against the British m Egypt, a British intelligence officer said yesterday. Leaflets had been found warning Egyptians "cooperating" with the British forces— labourers

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7 years for pretty spy [ARTICLE]

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7 years for pretty spy KLAGtNFURT. Austria, Sat ANNA Uukowetz. pretty 23-year-old Austrian, who confessed to "using her charms'* to get secret information from a British soldier, was sentenced to seven years* imprisonment by a British military court here yesterday She gave the information to a co-defendant. Rudolf Yala. an

LIGHTNING HITS LISBON CHURCH [ARTICLE]

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LIGHTNING HITS LISBON CHURCH -ihtning struck the Our Lady of Fatima Basilica m m yesterday causing damage to a spire and roving dais erected for *he recent celebration marking the close of Holy Year. Two men were killed and three injured by lightning m ma that swept parti of Portugal.

Headless Nazi haunts ship [ARTICLE]

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Headless Nazi haunts ship SYDNEY. Sat. MEMBERS Of the 6.759-ton Norwegian freighter Templar said the ghost of a headless Nazi walked the decks at night. It had spoken to them, turned away, and disappear?d m the nearest cabin. Bosun Johansin said the ghost was that of a Nazi soldier who

MOSSAREQ POSTPONES RETURN [ARTICLE]

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MOSSAREQ POSTPONES RETURN WASHINGTON. Sat. THE Persian Prime Minister, Dr. Mohammed Mossadeq. yesterday e:| ended his Washington visit by a week m an effort to reach a settlement on the Anglo-Persian oil dispute through further conferences wi).h the U.S. State Department. In London, the Foreign Office denied reports that Britain

SHOP CRASHES [ARTICLE]

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SHOP CRASHES A shophouse m Geylang Road, Singapore, gave way and collapsed this morning. A Chinese was badly hurt by falling debris. He was admitted to hospital.

BABY FOR FILM STAR: PROTEST [ARTICLE]

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BABY FOR FILM STAR: PROTEST A MEMBER of Parliament demanded an official inquiry yesterday into the removal of a London baby from Britain by the Hollywood actress, Jane Russell. "We do not want to export babies to Hollywood or anywhere else," Mr. Marcus Upton. (Labour) said. He will bring the

WORLD'S PRETTIEST FEET [ARTICLE]

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WORLD'S PRETTIEST FEET COBBLER to the Royal Family. Mr Edward Rayne now visitinj? Australia, said Australian r'H* have the orettiest feet m the w«rld. Actress I! rmione Haddelev «U Mr. g**% ha!> th s sni-\ f le^t ft m Rr|*al« Siz«> taken by the rnnc^sseare "strictly confidential.' Reuter

Indies to get more $ from Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Indies to get more from Singapore Free Press Staff Reporter ANEW agreement on trade between Singapore and Indonesia is now m the hands of the British Government for final approval. Indonesia has already given informal approval. Under the agreement Indonesia will earn at least U552,000,000 more per month, than she

TWO WIDE BOYS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO WIDE BOYS "The;e mirt he an e»»ier a Y of making minev, George".

Billdaw is best bet [ARTICLE]

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Billdaw is best bet ALLAN LEWIS, Free Press racing correspondent, gives Billdaw, Springbok and Jaunty as his best bets for today at Kuala Lumpur TRESPASSER recommends Temujin and Unaware. PICTURE TIP and todays course tips m Page THE GOING will be soft

THE BARON AND BARBARA HIDE [ARTICLE]

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THE BARON AND BARBARA HIDE American millionaires^ Barbara Hutton. and her German tennis star friend, Baron Gottfried von Gramm. successfully hid from the Presi yesterday. After assuring reporteri m Cologne on Thursday that theirs was merely an old friendship and that they had no intention of marrying, the couplo stepped

AFRICA-U.S. PACT [ARTICLE]

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AFRICA-U.S. PACT South Africa is expected to sign an arms auroement with the United States next week. U.P.

MR.CHURCHILL WARNS EAST AND WEST [ARTICLE]

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MR.CHURCHILL WARNS EAST AND WEST LONDON, Saturday. \IR. Churchill last night warned both the East and West that they might "tumble 1 into war and their common ruin. He spoke at a banquet at Guildhall. He said that Britain, m providing the United States with her principal atomic bomber base

MORE ECA AID [ARTICLE]

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MORE ECA AID The Economic Co-opera-tion Administration authorised India yesterday to sppnd $4,400,000 for bread and grains from the United States.

STORM HITS NICE [ARTICLE]

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STORM HITS NICE Telephone and telegraph communication with Nice was cut yesterday when torrential rains swept the French Riviera. A. P.

BRIIAIN TO ASK FOR AID [ARTICLE]

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BRIIAIN TO ASK FOR AID LONDON. Sat BRITAIN is to seek a share of the interim aid to be distributed to Atlantic Pact governmens under the United States Mutual Security aid programme, an authoritative source said m London yesterday. She will also seek a share the full aid programme later.

ATTACKED IN STREET [ARTICLE]

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ATTACKED IN STREET tr+e Prrtm SUH Reporter KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. A member of the Security Forces was attacked by three bandits yesterday m a. small street of Dalo Kramat Roard. Penang. and was iously wounded. He e.olla; and was taken to the hospital. Security Forces yestorday killed a bandit m

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The Mystery of the Islands [ARTICLE]

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The Mystery of the Islands RASTUS am> speaks 1J Chinese and Malay wonderfully well," said Dick. "I am sure we could disguise her as a boy.- Chens: Liang seemed dubious. Turning to Hakim, who had just, returned from the kitchen quarters, he asked a few questions m Malay. Hakim confirmed

'Uncle Tom's Cabin' is a 100 years old [ARTICLE]

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'Uncle Tom's Cabin' is a 100 years old Page For Children Book came to life from a poor woman's dream MOST of you boys and girls sent m correct answers to last week's picture crossword puzzle which was fairly easy. I put all the entries into a hat and drew

GIVE TORTOISE WATER [ARTICLE]

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GIVE TORTOISE WATER READ and LEARN THE People's Dispensary for Sick Animals m England says that many tortoise owners are puzzled because they cannot pet recently acquired pets to eat and many of them are very weak. In nearly all cases the tortoises have, during their journey from the country

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JUNIOR CONTEST Try an d wiu a prizA m our colouring content, i WhM., you have completed it fill m y our name, addres., t •nd age, and oost to Children's Page. Singapore Free Kress. Cecil Street, to arrive not later than Wednes- div next There are four orizes of

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JUNIOR CROSSWORD qhh^hh MBMB (ill WBKm 1 t 1 I CLUBS ACROSS— 3, Bird or mineral. 5 Unit ol meaof prey with short wing*. 6 surement of the speed of a ''Gunpowder. and plot." ship. 9. ''Guy tried to 7, She is said to have found- blow up Parliament 11

LET UNWEDDED HAVE 'TUBE' BABIES [ARTICLE]

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LET UNWEDDED HAVE 'TUBE' BABIES 'They have the right'— Minister COPENHAGEN, Saturday 'NMARRIED women should have the right to have "test tube" babies, says Denmark's Minister of Justice, Miss Helga Pedersen. "This idea is not surprising to us because we m Denmark, know no difference between children born within or

MAO NOT THERE [ARTICLE]

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MAO NOT THERE The Russian Ambassador held a big parly m Peking on the 34th anniversary of the Red Revolution. But Mao Tse-tung Red China's leader did not attend. A.P.

LESS GOLD MINED [ARTICLE]

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LESS GOLD MINED Ontario gold mines produced slightly less during the nin? months of this year than they did last year. U.P.

COSILY LESSON [ARTICLE]

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COSILY LESSON A work m two volumes entitled "A Lesson of Love m a Park" brought 73.000 francs at an auction m Paris yesterday. U.P.

All his own work [ARTICLE]

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All his own work IN PHILADELPHIA a nipht 1 watchman named .(.icqiies Whaumbush invenhd a new burglar alarm and installed it m one of the Hats he guarded. When a marauder tried to break m the alarm worked perfectly. But v.hen Whaumbush showed up at the police station with his

Axes girlthen jumps to death [ARTICLE]

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Axes girlthen jumps to death HONG KONG. Sat A SECOND chopper attack m r L two days m the Wancha: district occurred on Wednesday when Yau To Tak. p.gea 21. leaped to his death after wounding: his cousin Mi& Fun Kwok Yee. Yau. after the attack, went to the roof

A-PACT MEETING [ARTICLE]

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A-PACT MEETING Service Chiefs ol Statt of the Atlantic Pact nations viJl meet m Rome a *pw days Detore the organisations Ministerial meeting on Nov. 21.— Reuter

MR. FINK'S FOUR RULES FOR WIFE [ARTICLE]

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MR. FINK'S FOUR RULES FOR WIFE LONDON, Sat. TERMAN-BORN Mr. Benjau mm Fink liked discipline and orderliness m the home whereas, he complained, his British wife Diana, was neglectful and untidy So he laid down rules Tor bringing up their three children and running the home, which Mr. Justice Bernard

REDS EXPELLED [ARTICLE]

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REDS EXPELLED Libyan authorities have expelled Dr. Enrico Cibelli. President of the Leftwing Libya Progress Association, and five other leading Italian Communists from Reuter

Swinging to fame [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Swinging to fame picture Swinging her way to fan»e m a Pan-American \irw.iys window m London is 20--yeir-old Maureen O'Neill. Since she started swinging Maureen has rete'vcd several proposals of marriage, more than 500 idn mail letters and many gifts from admirers. It ill started when Maureen was asked to

FLYNN TO BE 'DAD' [ARTICLE]

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FLYNN TO BE 'DAD' Screen star, Errol Flynn, has offered to adopt the five-year-old stepdaughter of his long time friend. Australian play boy Freddy McEvoy. who was drowned with his wife, when their yacht sank off the Moroccan coast. U.P.

JOCKEY PUTS ON 4LB. DRINKING TEA [ARTICLE]

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JOCKEY PUTS ON 4LB. DRINKING TEA LONDON, Saturday. JOCKEY Tim Brookshaw told how he put on 4Ub J m weight within half an hour of drinking "one large breakfast cup of hot, sweet, tea." That 4 1 2 lb. cupful got him into trouble with the Nottingham stewards, according to

Now India 'prepares for Red attack' [ARTICLE]

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Now India 'prepares for Red attack' BOMBAY, Sat. INDIA'S Prime Minister, Mr. ttehru, is preparing to meet an attacic from the Chinese and the USSR if and when it comes, said Bombay journalist, Mr. D. F. Karaka, m a signed front-page article m his weekly news magazine, "The Current." The

ADVICE FOR SANTA CLAUS [ARTICLE]

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ADVICE FOR SANTA CLAUS CALIFORNIA, Sat. JACKIE Cambra, 6, had some advice for Santa Claus. "Don't come down thp chimney," he told Santa m a letter. "Use the front door or window." Jackie wrote the letter after personally inspecting hte chimney. He climbed the trellis to the roof, climbed into

FOR NEW DELHI [ARTICLE]

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FOR NEW DELHI Professor Ernst Wilhelm Meyer, a Professor of political science at Frankfurt University has been appointed West German Minister m New Delhi. Reuter

HIS ORCHIDS THROW 850 OUT OF WORK [ARTICLE]

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HIS ORCHIDS THROW 850 OUT OF WORK TORONTO, Saturday. CO that 64-year-old William Wallace Walker cart go on growing orchids, 850 people were thrown out of work at St. Catharine's, Ontario. They worked m a foundry near his greenhouses. Walker complained to a court that fumes spoiled his flowers. And,

Operated with crotchet hook [ARTICLE]

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Operated with crotchet hook LONDON. Sat. CJIR Henry Holland. 76-year-♦3 old doyen of medical missionaries, returns to the North-West Frontier n December and he wantg some young Mldlanders to go with him. Fifty years ago ther* were 12 medical missionaries on th#» North- West Frontier. Today there are only five

PLANE CLIMBS 13 MILES [ARTICLE]

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PLANE CLIMBS 13 MILES The United States has a rocket aeroplane, the Navy's Douglas Skyrocket, which is so fast that air friction can make it hotter than boiling water. It has gone higher than 72.000 feet (more than 13 miles >, the highest known flight of man. To meet the

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Solution To Crossword No. 505 ACROSS: 1. Dissolution; 7. Canvass; 8. Ear; 9. Secret; 11. Vote: 13. Seat; 14. Postal; 17. A.P.H; 18. Officer; 20. Nominations. DOWN: 1. Ducks; 2, Son; 3. Orated; 4. Ursi; 5. Ice-boat; fi Nurse; 10. Chatham; 12. No fit. 13 Slain; 15. Lords; 16. Noon;

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Laughing diplomat [ARTICLE]

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Laughing diplomat > T O one could ever accuse the Russians of wasting much time on the lighter side of life. One joke, once a week or a month perhaps, would be a fair quota. And yet Mr. Vishinsky, one of ihe grimmer Russians, has gone on record as saying

The five-year plan of Private Pulyznski [ARTICLE]

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The five-year plan of Private Pulyznski FREDERICK COOK America recruits a bachelor-only "foreign Legion." These Iron Curtain fugitives may come back to tight with Eisenhower's Army By FORT DIX, New Jersey: years ago A almost to the day, he escaped from a German prisoner of war camp m Poland and

A round Singapore [ARTICLE]

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A round Singapore OOLITICAL circles m Singapore say that the fiasco of the Malacca elections (where all nine candidates were returned unopposed) just goes :o show how much the people of Malaya, especially m places off the beaten track like Malacca, are m need of political education. It is ironical

QUICKENING OF PAPAL DIPLOMACY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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QUICKENING OF PAPAL DIPLOMACY PART OF THE POPE'S DRIVE FOR WORLD PEACE, SAYS FRANK BRUTTO T<HERE is more diploA matic activity m the Vatican today than at any time m the history of the Catholic Church. It reflects another facet of the tremendous energy of Pope Pius XII, noted for

Ismay: The man the Premier knows [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ismay: The man the Premier knows GERALD PAWLE MllltMlllll CS *F lilllllllllllt«tlH4IMMH«MIMI> AT a dinner during the Potsdam Conference Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King, that austere figure who divided most of his energies m the last war between fighting America's enemies and warring with her Allies, proposed a very unexpected

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Unknown [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Unknown J»Jliclin1 Chinr* pr* rW* lr^ n whf C* r !25 I KIT th srtheoL**an —the pitiralarly up •""^tne" L tot be frrf Strsthitthe m F. TWEEDIE nun.rs miy have been Chile* The relics included j llt ie 'balance." clearly intended for weighing gold. a tuMM Munet ring with i

U.K. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 3 TEACHERS [ARTICLE]

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U.K. SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 3 TEACHERS rained Teachers. sole Ching. of the Kuala Methodist Girls* School. itamby, of the Malacmen'* Training Col- i Hew Kooi Yin. of -Chinese Girls' School. oeen awarded Departrriucation Scholarships to United Kingdom.

GOVT. TOLD TO REVIEW ADULT EDUCATION [ARTICLE]

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GOVT. TOLD TO REVIEW ADULT EDUCATION classes may end VHF q*^? ress staff Reporter |WL Select Committee appointed by the Singapore Legislative Council to scrutinise the draft estimates for 1952 is reported to have recommended to the Government the reconsideration of its policy governing aduit education, with special reference to

COUNCILLOR'S PLEA FOR BOYS' CLUB [ARTICLE]

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COUNCILLOR'S PLEA FOR BOYS' CLUB Free Press Staff Reporter JLf R. M. P. D. Nair, City Councillor lor South Ward has written to the Acting Colonial Secretary, urging Government to establish a boys' club to serve Kampong Bahru, Nelson Road and Radin Mas areas. Mr. Nair told the Free Press

Unusual gift to Welfare Dept. [ARTICLE]

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Unusual gift to Welfare Dept. An unusual gift was made to the Social Welfare Department, m October In the shape of three buffalo carcasses one from the Gurkha Contingent of the Singapore Police and two from the Gurkha Rifles As part of the ceremonies m connection with the Gurkha Daslera

71 wreaths for ceremony at cenotaph [ARTICLE]

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71 wreaths for ceremony at cenotaph TWENTY-FOUR Singa--1 pore women of all nationalities gathered at the Victoria Memorial Hall yesterday morning to make 71 wreaths for Poppy Day ceremony at the cenotaph tomorrow. The wreath forms were given to the Poppy Day Committee by the Princess Shop m Orchard Road

PRESIDENT'S MEDALLION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PRESIDENT'S MEDALLION picture. MR. J. A. DEW. founder of the Insurance Institute of Malaya, receiving a replica of the President's Medallion from Mr. *ong Nyuk Lin. President of the institute, at Thursday's tea-p:irly at the G. H. Cafe Free Press

Growth of Sea Cadets Corps: annual inspection on Nov. 20 [ARTICLE]

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Growth of Sea Cadets Corps: annual inspection on Nov. 20 Free Press Staff Reporter THE strength of Singapore's Sea Cadets Corps T has grown from 50 boy^and three officers to 150 boys and 12 officers, Lieut Commander G. L. Williams, the Officer Commanding, told the Free Press yesterday. Commander Williams

Food & Fun Fair [ARTICLE]

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Food Fun Fair An all communities amateur sfn^ng contest «111 ,be •irow. thTmanyaitetilightj the Or»nd Carnival Food and Piin Fair ar Tamilian Phy^cal MM Aviation m Kuala Lumpur orv Die. 9.

Off LIVED TO TELL THE TALE [ARTICLE]

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Off LIVED TO TELL THE TALE In the presence of their parents. tuo Chinese girls were abducted by three bandits wearing threestar caps and were later shot fifty yards from their house m Simparp LhM Kongsi, &«"<* Bakap, m Bukit Mertajam. Both jfirLs fell but one lived to tell the

F. & N's GIFT [ARTICLE]

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F. N's GIFT ONCE again m 1951 Messrs. Fraser and Neave are making a generous gesture towards a happy Christmas for servicemen m Malaya and Singapore. The sum of $15,000 has been prevented by the firm and their associated companies, MaHvan Breweries Ltd.: and Archipelago Brewery Co (1941) Ltd. 'm

TB WIVES' ALLOWANCE PLAN READY TO OPERATE ON GOVT. SANCTION [ARTICLE]

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TB WIVES' ALLOWANCE PLAN READY TO OPERATE ON GOVT. SANCTION Free Press Staff Reporter A FORMULA to provide adequate allowances for the treatment ot wives suffering from tuberculosis has been approved by the T.B. Treatment Allowance Advisory Committee and now awaits Government sanction before it can be put into force

Rotary Club asked to open central TB fund [ARTICLE]

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Rotary Club asked to open central TB fund Free Press Staff Reporter A SUGGESTION that the Singapore Rotary Club should open a central fund for tubercular patients and their deueidants who -iced financial aid. was made yesterday by Mr. R. Jumabhoy, Colony Legislative Councillor, m an interview with the Free

TO SERVICES [ARTICLE]

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TO SERVICES would like to take this opportunity of expressing their gratitude to th« firm.

CHRISTMAS DAY & SUNDAY PAY [ARTICLE]

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CHRISTMAS DAY SUNDAY PAY I^ave. with pay, for Christian employees on Christmas Day and tbe question of pay on Sundays <v?re afrion«? the items discussed at the Fifth Annual Genera! Meeting of the Sentul Branch of the AllMalayan Railway Workers Union held m Kuala Lumpur on Monday

PROGRESSIVES MAY GET MAJORITY [ARTICLE]

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PROGRESSIVES MAY GET MAJORITY APPRAISAL OF CITY ELECTIONS Free Press Staff Reporter lyiTH 15 candidates to contest the six available seats m the Singapore City Council elections m December, the Progressive Party may secure three to five seats, while the remaining seats will probably be shared between the Labour Party

FASHION SHOW MANNEQUIN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FASHION SHOW MANNEQUIN picture. MRS. JOHNNIE CLEGG, who has been a professional model m England, will appear as a mannequin for the first time m Singapore next Wednesday at a Norda Rutkewitz Fashion Show m the Roman Room of the Adelphi Hotel. Two-hundred invitations to the show have been sent

Big increase in cars, bicycles on City roads [ARTICLE]

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Big increase in cars, bicycles on City roads rpHERE were 21.314 motor can A on the Colony Roads at the end of October this year, against 16.592 at the end of Vs\ year. Taxis totalled 1.532 and mo' >r cycles 5.495 against 1,477 and 4,772. respectively at Dec. 31. Trishas

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ARSENAL LIKELY TO KEEP DIV. I LEAD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ARSENAL LIKELY TO KEEP DIV. I LEAD Goring still out of League team From JIM CHAMBERS j^RSENAL, who have advanced to the top of the First Division of the English Football League by playing attractive, thrustful football, can be expected to go all out to hold their position. Today they

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. Singapore's up-and-cx>in-in^ Malay cyclist, 20-year-old Jaffar bin Zazuli receiving the President's Trophy contested for m the 120-lap grass track race from Datin C. J Pa?lar, wife of the President of the Cosmopolitan Cycling Club, at the dance held at *he Adelphi Hotel on Thursday. Free Press

RICHARDS IS STILL SUPREME [ARTICLE]

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RICHARDS IS STILL SUPREME From JIM CHAMBERS BRITAINS flat-racing season ends on Nov. 17. but already Frenchman Marcel Boussuv* is assured of first place as winning owner for the second year In succession. And Gordon Richards is asain champion jockey lor the 24th time. He has "passed the 200 winners-in-a-season

'DENMARK LEAD 3-1 [ARTICLE]

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'DENMARK LEAD 3-1 DENMARK led Ireland by three matches to one at the end of the first day's play m their first round European Zone Thomas Cup badminton match at Bassbrook, Armagh. (Ireland), last night. Malaya hold the trophy. Five matches— three singles and two doubles— remain to be decided

YMCA TENNIS FINAL [ARTICLE]

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YMCA TENNIS FINAL Four well-known Colony tennis players will clash m the men's doubles final of the V.M.C A. championships en Monday. The two pairs are H. Kamis and A G B Pakir and Lim Hee Chin and Lim Khe Liang. After the match. Mrs. T. P. F. McNcice. wife

BBBC approves [ARTICLE]

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BBBC approves 3RITISH Eoxing Board of Control decided yesterday to recognise the Nov. 17 fight m Johannesburg;, between Vie Toweel of South Africa and Luis Romero of Spain as a world bantamwekrht championship bout. The 8.88.C.. which had been ins'stine that Peter Keenan of Scotland was entitled to the fight

THOMS HITS 142 V. W. AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE]

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THOMS HITS 142 V. W. AUSTRALIA inCTOßiA 'batted all day and J scored 336 for the loss of five wickets when their Sheffield Shield match with Western Australia openpd at Pierth yesterday. ThooM was unbeaten at the close with 142 runs to his credit. Thorns nad opened the inninss with

What a Dane S'pore thinks [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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What a Dane S'pore thinks CHARLES BRYCE THOMAS CUP PROSPECTS By THE Danes are coming! There is a strong chanci that this will be the cry next year when Malay; defend the Thomas Cup in Singapore. Denmark probably the strongest badminton country ii Europe, are favourites after the United States

Indian venue preferred [ARTICLE]

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Indian venue preferred THE European zone winners m the Thomas Cup badminton competition have to meet India, the Pacific Zone winners, m the first inter-zone tie This tie must be played m Malaya m May unless the two nations directly concerned prefer to malce. other arrangements, says the Badminton Gazette

Bridge Problem [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Problem Both sides vulnerable. South dealer. north' 10 7 6 6 4 I 08 7 3 7 WEST E IST ♦9 Q <? 8 7 <? Q 6 3 2 0 X 6 4 2 OJIO 95 ♦KQIO 5 3 2 «»864 SOUTH 4AK J 8 3 <? A

Lindwall unsettles West Indies batsmen [ARTICLE]

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Lindwall unsettles West Indies batsmen BOWLING with much 01 nis old speed and hostility 1 again taking on the role of match-winner in the I mIJSIl tralia and the West Indies which began yesterday at Hriv Not only was his four wickets for 62 runs the nf best bowling performance,

Scoreboard [ARTICLE]

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Scoreboard WEST INDIES— Ist Inns. A. Kac b Lindwall 0 J. Stollmeyer c Langley b \V. Johnston t F. Worrell b W. Johnston 37 E. Weekes c Lanjlr\ b Ring: K. Chrlsiiani c Rin? b Lindwall zl C. Walrott lbw Lindwall Marshall b I. Johnson 28 G. Gomez c Langley

Howard insists [ARTICLE]

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Howard insists er M CC manager Geoffrey he m Howard, following reay cc ipt of a cable from Lord> t\e saying that a leadinp lega" spinner was not available to or replace A. E. 'Dusty Rhodes ne jhas cabled a reply reitera his request that a bowkUJJ the same type

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C?TI\T/" t II Ts^M>r Rhythm on Records^ Dance Music Oi->lvj/iirwKri for all tastes; 11.30 Close Down. 10.00 am. Emergency News from "D J5 f\ OTUPHDnDr Kuala Lumpur; 10.10 Close; 1.00 *>•»•>*• 0111 Vj/lf VJl\Ci p.m. Programme Summary; 1.02 jr Saturday Ballroom— Tommy Dor- J,9 c era OOfv f S C?

MBTC BOXERS BEAT R.A.S.C. [ARTICLE]

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MBTC BOXERS BEAT R.A.S.C. MAYAN Basic Training boxers scored a ver the champion District unit on Nee Soon. Royal cc Corps School 1 liolders of the or Cup for inter-unit vent down to M.B.T.C. points to 12. Presentation of prizes aft?r dng was by Major J. Y. .-■on. II BT.C

REPIAY DRAWN [ARTICLE]

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REPIAY DRAWN pOR the second time. Kiwi Clab Men's Muslim n drew m their Singa- 5-ccer shied plnyed at Farrer Psrk

OFT GOING FOR K.L. RACING [ARTICLE]

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OFT GOING FOR K.L. RACING Springbok and Billdaw fancied From ALLAN LEWIS a tipht k KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. A TkT: shower yesterday has not affected jrack, and the going should be no worse than soft for this afternoon's races here. Herbe Charles, who met with an accident yesterlt n Tre^

Unknown [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Unknown McLeod PICTURE TIP i r i By i irtto'w 1 n < i i Wt :e. Pte i— lictaf.cn Ortaiaee Dl tm acd > iwren

Guest performers steal the show [ARTICLE]

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Guest performers steal the show THOSE who stole the show at the Singapore Amateur weightlifting Federation's championships at the Happy World last night were not the record-breakers Harold de Castro. Cheong Kok Cheong. or Chay Wen* Yew— but three guest artistes "Mr Egypt 1948" and Sergeants H. Leah and W.

STORE LIFTERS SMASH RECORDS [ARTICLE]

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STORE LIFTERS SMASH RECORDS CHAY Weng Yew had no difficulty m qualifying for Helsinki with an aggregate ot 660 Mb., breaking one record— the two-hand press by 9 3 /4 lb.. and equalling another m his exhibition at the Singapore amateur weightliftins championships at the Happy World Stadium last night.

All the latest selections [ARTICLE]

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All the latest selections ALLAN LEW1S TRESPASSER EP,OM JEEP (ALL BOY POINTER "22 Deefrlld. JRINCESSBEAU MCTTT DEEP FIELDS DALCBOSS L jSTpVids D^r^ p^oss &g* B *2 f£? C FlBT T2? S M E i^ AT, N E° KT S WHISPERING 8ANB* TAIL LIGHT A 1 IJght Ltky Tom Tad Ligi.t

TODAY'S CARD [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S CARD A CCEPTORS and probable jockeys for today's races at Koala Lumpur are given below. Double totes will be on Races Three and Four; Seven and Eight The Big Sweep will be drawn on Race Eight. Race I— -2.30: Class 5, Div. 3—6 Furs. 1 000 Exeter J. Donnelly

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MR. VISHINSKY'S LAUGH RILED MR. CASEY [ARTICLE]

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MR. VISHINSKY'S LAUGH RILED MR. CASEY SHOCKING' HE SAID PARIS, Saturday. MR. Andrei Vishinsky, Soviet Foreign Minister, k was attacked yesterday by Mr. Richard Casey, Australia's Foreign Minister, for laughing at the three-Power proposals for disarmament. Speaking m the U.N. General Assembly, Mr. Casey said he was shocked to hear

Wilh swords drawn [ARTICLE]

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Wilh swords drawn Hundreds of Rajput landowners, marched through Jaipur with drawn swords yesterday against the government, excusing tenants from paying rent during the drought.., but still demanding- dues from landowners.— A.P.

Appointment of new H.C. must not be delayed [ARTICLE]

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Appointment of new H.C. must not be delayed LONDON, Sat. yHE appointment of a A new High Commissioner m Malaya, succeeding Sir Henry Gurney, "cannot be delayed much longer without damaging Britain's power of leadership m Malaya,'the Economist said yesterday. The independent weekly said, "the government has failed to harness

TRUMAN GOES TO SLEEP [ARTICLE]

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TRUMAN GOES TO SLEEP President Truman hung a "Do not disturb" sign on his vacation White House yesterday and embarked on a onepoint programme sleep. Normally Mr. Truman gets up before the birds but he arrived m Key West rather fatigued from a busy official routine.— U.P.

SHE CAME BACK FROM THE DEAD [ARTICLE]

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SHE CAME BACK FROM THE DEAD SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday. A 60-YEAR-OLD widow who was pronounced dead, rk revived m the city morgue. The apparently lifeless body of Mrs. Theresa Butler was' found m the bathtub of her fashionable apartment on Thursday afternoon. A doctor pronounced her dead. Two hours later,

UN DEBATE ON GERMAN UNITY [ARTICLE]

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UN DEBATE ON GERMAN UNITY PARIS, Sat. THE United Nations voted yesterday for a full debate on the West's German unification proposal despite Russia's warning that the plan may lead Germany down the same bloody path as Korea. The Soviet delegate Mr. Jacob Malik, branded the American-British-French m quiry project

Off to meet her 'pen lover' [ARTICLE]

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Off to meet her 'pen lover' MUNICH, Sat. JVIRS. Basilia Schultz Breumin^haus said yesterday she has obtained a British visa and will soon travel to London foir her first meeting with the man who came all the way from New Zealand to marry her The 39-year-old German widow was courted

Pontecorvo in China [ARTICLE]

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Pontecorvo in China The atomic scientist, Professor Bruno Pontecorvo, who disappeared from Britain last year, is reported to be working at a Russian atomic plant m Sinkiang, North-west China.— A.P.

SUDAN CONGRESS PLANS TROUBLE [ARTICLE]

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SUDAN CONGRESS PLANS TROUBLE KHARTOUM, Sat. THE pro-Egyptian Sudan Congress has made a secret decision to stage demonstrations and (.'isturbances all over the Sudan, it was learned here from members who attended three-day meetings of the Congress. The decision, taken against the advice of Chairman Nur- eddin Bey, who is

Britons give Reds hell in big fight [ARTICLE]

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Britons give Reds hell in big fight TOKYO, Saturday. THE Eighth Army Headquarters said last night that the First British Commonwealth Division was the Allied unit which dulled the point of the Communist assault on the western front. The announcement came only after Peking radio had broadcast that the Commonwealth

Castaways blame the atom [ARTICLE]

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Castaways blame the atom SYDNEY B&t FIVE men adrift m the South Pacific for three and a half monir-R befcre they found lan»I said «esterday that they believed the compass m the e-n^ineless cutter was rendered useless by radio-active rainwater off Bikini itolL The captain of the 24-foot cutter, whose

BUS HITS TRAIN [ARTICLE]

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BUS HITS TRAIN Sixteen people were killed and 11 were injured when a bus crashed into a freight train near Jodhpur state bor- dering Pakistan. U.P.

EX-SERVICES' DINNER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EX-SERVICES' DINNER picture. Mr. A. W. Frisby, president of the Ex-Service Association speaking at last night's Ex-Services' dinner at Raffles Hotel. From left: Rear Admirai H. W. Faulkner, Mrs. Frisby, Vice Admiral Sir Guy Russell, Lady Russell. Free Press

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There is beauty on the Malayan West Coast [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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There is beauty on the Malayan West Coast r~i RCH] (UAY.VS bis! Coosl beaches ,i to steal gthunifcrfn.nl the L which gets little But Ibere k i abundance ke Straits of ,s the pici this page I One of the Port Dickson. the it is it T 1 alms birds

UNLUCKY STRIKE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UNLUCKY STRIKE MICHAEL GANNON A Free Press Saturday Short Story by pROM the window of the air hostesses' room, where I was changing into uniform, I saw big men m black hats question ing passengers about to emplane. "C.I.D. Watch Ports and Airfields" was the headline over the latest development

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A Western with a difference [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Western with a difference FRANK ROGERS M.O.M.f galaxy ef stars m.... -—FILMS by-~ jtf G.M. marshalled its usual forces a galaxy of stars including Clark Gable, John Hodiak, Adolphe Menjou and newcomer Maria Elena Marques, lavish colour ana scenario for the making of ACROSS THE WIDE MISSOURI (coming to

A chance for Ex-Beauty Queen [ARTICLE]

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A chance for Ex-Beauty Queen Jympson Harman LONDON FILM NEWS By EX-BEAUTY QUEEN Joan Rice, now leading lady to Richard Todd m "Robin Hood" at Denham, was m the bar of the Screenwriters' Club a little while ago when she saw a familiar face. It belonged to Dorothy Rocking. ex-Beauty

Italy's Newest Bombshell [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Italy's Newest Bombshell > ITALY'S NEWEST BOMB- SHELL m film allure ■> 20-j/ear-o/rf Lucia Bosc is due to hit London's screens soon. She is the ex-:ypist, exsweet shop girl who is being built up as a successor to the exotic Silvano Mangano. Signorina Mangano, you may recall, was the sultry

JANE WYMAN 'PUT RESEARCH INTO IT' [ARTICLE]

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JANE WYMAN 'PUT RESEARCH INTO IT' By A Special Correspondent JANE Wyman will be seen soon m two different types of pictures. One is "Here Comes The Groom", m which she is a howling comedy companion for Bing Crosby. The other is "The Blue Veil", one of the best four-hankie

MICHAEL AND DULCIE IN FILM [ARTICLE]

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MICHAEL AND DULCIE IN FILM MICHAEL DENISON and his wife. Dulcie Gray, will be together once more 'n Elstree's Battle of Britain tribute. "Angels One Fiv^ But not a«s husband <*nri wife Dulcie na*. only a small part as a ?iri who vis'ts the mess at HigKin Hill. Michael:ife m

A SIDE-KICK SUCCESS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A SIDE-KICK SUCCESS < £IRL WITH THE lilies in her hair Bettjfc John, the side-kick success of Oscar Ham* > stein's musical "South Pacific showing in Lor* < Mary Martin is the star. But with 20 mm* on stage, a few words of dialogue in French at j > love-song

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Bangkok-city of surprises [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ambition is not enough [ARTICLE]

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Ambition is not enough DEAN KENT by BACK from the office one even ing, I lay ensconced m my favourite armchair with a frothy beer by my side and a magazine m my hand. I danced at the pages, idly flicking them over. My stockinged feet were raised on a

ELECTRIC SHOCK IS START OF SNAKE DERBY [ARTICLE]

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ELECTRIC SHOCK IS START OF SNAKE DERBY KENNY KAYE by jyjALAVANS during their spare lime think up all soils of games to amuse themselves with. Bull fights were recenllv held m Kota Bahru m aid of tli c University of Malaya Endowment Fund. Once cock-fighting was most popular, but since

West Coast [ARTICLE]

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West Coast Continued from Page 1 ful and a perfect par;u for the person who warn I netful holiday away fcOM th* crowds. Malacca, too. has had colourful history, and spell of past exclterr •us to linger there. Su: on thus b"neh is a sight never to bn forgotten w\

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SAFA report best season [ARTICLE]

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SAFA report best season CRUSADER By OVER $20,000 PROFIT SINGAPORE Amateur Football Association ended the 1951 season very Found financially. 'I her* is every indieat'on that this is goinsj t?> be the best year tor t 1 ir cdffers. ures for October, I! last month of the s -on. are

Rise and fall of the O'Sullivan brothers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rise and fall of the O 'Sullivan brothers ARCHIE QUICK 3 HEADS BETTER THAN ONE By THE rise and fall of the three O'Sullivan brothers provides a chapter of its own m the British post-war boxing story. Danny. Dickie and Mickie are as Cockney as the sparrows, although their parents,

THE REFEREES' ENVOY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE REFEREES' ENVOY FEDERATION footr bailers will benefit* immensely from the Sin gapore Amateur Football Association tour next week. It gives them an opportunity of seeing on their home grounds the "glamour team" m Malayan soccer and learning the value of the scientific coaching which has gone to make the

On being a racehorse owner [ARTICLE]

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On being a racehorse owner JACK SOLOMONS has given up the luxury of being a racehorse owner. It cost him £2.300 to see his colours carried for a season or two by animals which went down to defeat faster than any heavyweight. After reading "Come Racing With Me" (Chatto and

BOXING 'HOPE' [ARTICLE]

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BOXING 'HOPE' ALI/KELY-looking recruit to Cambridge University's boxing team for 1952 is R. D. Quie. Chinese winner of the Hong Kong middleweight title before he went to Christ's College.

Third clash called for—so.... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Third clash called for so C. BRYCE SINGAPORE RUGBY IN Vfc By BRING on the Royal Air Force! Let's see what they can do against the Malayan Scouts rugger XV. Singapore Base District (Army) have beaten the Scouts and they did it m their first outing of the season. R.A.F.

New law not a real success [ARTICLE]

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New law not a real success IS THE new obstruction law m soccer a success? It is and it isn't. "Referees are using it to avoid giving penalty kicks" is the substance of letters received from Swindon and Wrexham "They dodge responsibility by awarding indirect free-kicks." Wefll. the weaklings wayout

PROMISE KEPT [ARTICLE]

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PROMISE KEPT QUEEN'S Tark Rangers have sent Dover a cheque for £225 lUxrilling their promise that the\ would send the Kent club a donation if ever they signed Crickson, former Dover schoolboy ternational. as a professional Dover's manager, Fred 1 1 rant, is the former Queen? Park Rangers centre-forward, and

DERBY COUNTY'S RECORD [ARTICLE]

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DERBY COUNTY 'S RECORD WHICH club holds th< cord for the gre. number of its players wear the Lion of England shirt? The answer i& Derby bounty, with the amaz.ng total of 43. The list forms an illustrious comoanv Bloor Bagshaw. Buck! <C Davis. Goodall <A>, Goodall (J). Halligan. Kinsey.

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