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The Singapore Free Press, 21 February 1950

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press LARGEST AFTERNOON SALE IN MALAYA I mil SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1950. run t it i e*T*

COLONY MONTH PLANS REVEALED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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COLONY MONTH PLANS REVEALED All police leave to be stopped Kree Press Staff Reporter t{ v .re Police leave is to be stopped "for a certain period** and assistance to the Federation in the campaign against *m is to bo stepped up. The Volunteer Special Constabulary is to upon to

S'PORE WARNING TO RED CHINA [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE WARNING TO RED CHINA v Press StatT Reporter ►re (iovernment will not permit Comma "to attempt to interfere in our spread propaganda by any means lawful 'uthoritv of this Government." .unR was given by Sir Patrick when he said he feared ::iderstanding in some tion of recognition." tpasm frmrd

R.A.F. CADET FOR S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. CADET FOR S'PORE 4 19-YEAR-OLD London A schoolboy, a member of the Royal Air Force section of the British combined cadet force, is to fly to Singapore today. He returns in March, He is Under Officer Brian Huxley of Pinner, Middlesex, a candidate for entry as a flight cadet

The way ahead [ARTICLE]

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The way ahead SIR Patrick McKerron said today: While education has rightly been given the first priority this year, because the provision of equal educational opportunities for all is fundamental to the progress of the Colony, equally fundamental nay, more fundamental is the possession of good homes for the children

AMPAT TIN TALE IS DENIED [ARTICLE]

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AMP AT TIN TALE IS DENIED LONDON. Tuesday. T*HE secretary of the Ampat Tin Dredging Co. in London denies any knowledge of an attempt by Malayan shareholders to wind up the company and start a new one in Penang. It was reported in a Singapore Sunday newspaper <not the Sunday

FUR COLLARS FOR MEN [ARTICLE]

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FUR COLLARS FOR MEN HOLLYWOOD. Tiies. BY next Christmas no well-dressed male will be without a fur collar on his coat, says a Hollywood fur designer A] Teitelbaum. Fnr collars are the result of the European influence on men's finery, he says. "Even Aly Khan wears one. Fashion-minded European males

Reds forcing wages down in Shanghai [ARTICLE]

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Reds forcing wages down in Shanghai HONG KONG, Tues. rpHE Chinese Communists, who sought favour with workers by letting wages ran vild in Shanghai, are now trying to undo the result. Shanghai reports said that "employees of the state-run China Textile Industries have asked the management to reduce their salaries

Renato to be baptised [ARTICLE]

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Renato to be baptised IN GRID Bergman's baby, Renato, w»l be baptised on Sunday ©r JKaoday in a prirate Catholic ceremony at the Swedish actress's R«n« apartment. A Cathone priest win so to tfce apartment to perform the ceremony. WBm Bergman's marriage to tte Italian film director. Mr. Koberto Rosselhni.

'BRITON WAS TORTURED' [ARTICLE]

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'BRITON WAS TORTURED' NEW YORK, Tues. AS the Budapest spy trial drew to a close, a charge was made that one of the accused, Edgar Sanders, a British businessman, was "so badly tortured that he would have" even confessed to the murder of his own mother This allegation was made

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IMCture. KOH ENG TONG shows Mr. P. V. dr Sauza, and Mr. B. L. Duiisford. the gold medal he won for weightl if ting at the Empire Games. Next to En* Tonir, is Tan Kim rVe who won a hronie. m«lal.- Free Press

To tour our hospitals [ARTICLE]

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To tour our hospitals pOUNTESS Mountbatten of Kj Burma left London yesterday for an extensive tour of the Far and Middle E:ist during which she will visit service hospitals in Malaya. Honj* Kong, Ceylon and Transjordan. She will also inspect units of the St. Johns Ambulance Corps, which she will

THREE SUICIDES [ARTICLE]

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THREE SUICIDES The bodies of three suicides were discovered on Mount Takao. 50 miles north-west of Totio, on three successive I days over the wt«k-end.— Reuter

Bloodhounds to look for H.K. professor [ARTICLE]

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Bloodhounds to look for H.K. professor HONG KONG, Tuesday. THE Hong Kong police plan to use bloodhounds today in an effort to locate Prof. John Kennedy Hideout, 36, who disappeared on Feb. 16. The professor had gone for a walk along the Pok Fu-lam Road near the top of the

9 trucks freed [ARTICLE]

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9 trucks freed Soviet border guards nave released nine of 30 German trucks seized over the weekend in the latest move in the Russians' "baby blockade" of Berlin."- U.P.

U.K. likely to figure in Peking talks [ARTICLE]

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U.K. likely to figure in Peking talks LONDON, Tuesday f IK ELI HOOD of Hong Kong being brought into the forthcoming negotiations with Red China is being discussed here following a Foreign Office announcement that the British Charge d* Affaires, Mr. J. C. Hutchinson, has made his first contact with

'GOOD LUCK' FROM S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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'GOOD LUCK' FROM S'PORE THK Secretary ot the Labour Parly. Singapore. n*mU .i cable t<> Mr. \ttle* last niijht worded: The Labour P;irt> of Singapore wishes yoa rvcr> wmtCGM in the comirr? (Jrnrral FVctiofi.**

Search halted [ARTICLE]

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Search halted The U.S. 13th Air Force Second Rescue Squadron based In the Philippines has abandoned the search for the missnm yacht Votador. 12 days overdue in Hons Kong with 11 Americans and four Filipinos aboard.- A.P

LABOUR PUNS FETFS [ARTICLE]

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LABOUR PUNS FETFS LONDON I rE Labour Paring 'i m rictoq Thursday's general el by laying on pi ins for ri*fc ate London cel< >rations. At the same time a wavt of optimism swept the Con tir* Party. Tory official* report thJ canvass ot 90 per cent, ot 14.000.000 electors

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French Chic—On A Shoestring [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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French Chic— On A Shoestring IRIS ASHLEY By T^HE French couture is said to lead the world in fashion. r But when we say t that smart French- women have the greatest chic in the world it is not meant to infer that they are L always dressed by the

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u :beth. Hearing a hat with sprightly rs and a balancing bo w on a visit to Crawleys recently planned New Town.

EL INGLES WINS HIS GIRL [ARTICLE]

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EL INGLES WINS HIS GIRL BRITAIN'S only bullfight* r. 22 year-old V:ncent Charles Hitchcock, became engaged to Jacqueline <JHl' Foyle-Hunvuck Lhiee days before he was dae to return to Spain to prepare for the killing of ten bulls at €500 me. hoock returned to Britain two months ago with the

First Woman In The Cabinet [ARTICLE]

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First Woman In The Cabinet FIRST woman to be admitted to the Australian Federal Cabinet is Dame Enid Lyons, widow of a former Australian Prime Minlfter, Mr Joseph Lyons. who died in 1939. Re-elected as Liberal Member for Darwin i Tasmania in the December 1949 Aus-' tralian Federal elections. Dame

A U.S. Woman's Diary [ARTICLE]

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A U.S. Woman's Diary KAY MURRAY By "DABY sitting has become I America's national hobby— and a paying one. too. So many teenagers are adding to their pocket mone\ in this way that a film has been made, showing some of the Dos and Donts of baby sitting, and is

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Solution To Crossword No. 924 MTM£ USPEN'OE ft 1 IT-Mi-MIIaDOBE is p k prr^fc Dili i nHHIH ~0 -MB I°!^ d e N n f HImHRhI 6f as t|aMeKJ| PACKi IF. E £■£>■ Penny and Jean are running away Koni runs round to the old part of The children follow

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F.P. Crossword No. 925 II II I I' II I I I I II I 1 H hHEr CM'KS ACROSS 1 Prom which to eat in times of disorder? <7»; 7 Dodge <6>: 8 A matter or cuMom in the American era? tf>»; 9 Ol»1 Testament departure If); 11 Put

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YOUR lucky STAR Dorn today. you have u strong; reasoning powers; are very discriminating when it comes to selecting the fine things ol life; can be critical almost to the point of distraction. On the other hand, you are warm-hearted and at times impulsive, letting your affections control your life

HK PILGRIMS HIT BY RED TAPE [ARTICLE]

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HK PILGRIMS HIT BY RED TAPE Chinese can 'tget passports HONG KONG, Tuesday. pHINESE Catholics in Hong Kong wishing to join the Holy Year pilgrimage to Rome are meeting difficulties in obtaining passports Applications to the Nationalist authorities in Taiwan have so far gone unanswered. Attempts to obtain the passports

SHIP TO HUNT SEA SERPENT [ARTICLE]

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SHIP TO HUNT SEA SERPENT COPENHAGEN, Tuesday. ista are to be set out in the autumn a serpents. They will sail in the mer British frigate. L*Uh, which has been conmc« >hip. e scientists will cover the world's lift at the great depths and tions of the earth's magnetism. •up

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photo. of the blue ara beinc exhibited at the Mime 3.000 birds were shown, many of ire av.& vahiaWe- A.P.

Strenuous arguments [ARTICLE]

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Strenuous arguments MKDAN Sumatra. Tues. PRISONERS in Medan Jail 1 went on strike on Tuesday because work in the prison was "too strenuous.** Work was resumed after prison guards declared In that case they also considered distribution of food *too strenuous.'- Reuter

New dept. for Farouk U. [ARTICLE]

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New dept. for Farouk U. Tues 1 an -4500.000. -ction Is I use Qt engin--500 stud■ig ii ere will be rcom for A.P.

NOT FROSTPROOF [ARTICLE]

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NOT FROSTPROOF res on I tst to the ol Frost- day in

DANUBE PROTEST [ARTICLE]

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DANUBE PROTEST d to alleged in UP

He insulted Peron, Eva [ARTICLE]

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He insulted Peron, Eva BUENOS. AIRES, Mon. A SECOND conviction under a new law forbidding criticism of public officials was recorded by an Argentine court recently when Mr. Felipe. Salto was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for insulting President Peron and his wife. Earlier. an Argentine lawyer was given a

U.S. starts oil investigations [ARTICLE]

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U.S. starts oil investigations THE Standard Oil Company of New Jersey and the I Socony Vacuum Oil Company has reported that they had been ordered by the Fe- deral Trade Commission to introduce their records in connection with "an investigation of international petroleum cartel activities," mainly in the Middle East.-

SHIP BUYERS [ARTICLE]

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SHIP BUYERS A party of four Ryukyun government officials, have arrived in Tokio to purchase "several ships of seven or eight thousand tons." Reuter

Lives will be longer [ARTICLE]

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Lives will be longer t mRALUNS of the next generation may live longer, ind statisticians. Itasing life expectancy H .ted in the IMI population census. u the iv^r.i?r» male life expectation is 68.48 th.u for females 67.15— but these are averiaU IS. Hgures give the average Amerinpectmacy of 67 years

Anti-Dutch charge denied [ARTICLE]

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Anti-Dutch charge denied SOURABAYA. Mon. THE East Java Military Governor has denied responsibility for a statement by Capt. Sutomo of the Indonesian Army that a certain Dutch officer, named Loth, was head of a subversive organisation In East Java similar to Capt. Westerllng's Army of the Heavenly Host. The Governor

Truck tyres may be all synthetic [ARTICLE]

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Truck tyres may be all synthetic DETROIT, Tuesday. iS FAR as passenger car tyres are concerned, the rubber industry is independent of natural rubber. And progress is being made toward the perfection of all synthetic truck tyres. These are the views of Dr. Arthur W. Bull, Director of Tyre Development

THE 'MEMORY' STAYS ON [ARTICLE]

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THE 'MEMORY' STAYS ON A NEW type oscilloscope, A which is similar to a television tube, has been developed in the US. It has a visual •memory" lasting a full minute. Used in laboratory and testing work, it holds on the screen traces of electrical cur- occurring in a billionth

Saving the teeth [ARTICLE]

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Saving the teeth CHICAGO. Tues. nnOOTII decay can be cut 60 per cent, by brushing or rinsing the teeth immediately after eating says a Northwestern University chemist, Dr. Leonard S. Fosdick, basing the findings on two years of research work with 956 students. Dr. Fosdick says acid from fermentable carbohydrates,

Bridge Hands [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hands IIfEST led the seven of spades. VI East put up the ten. and South won with the queen. South who waa not a particularly thoughtful player. then cashed the king of diamonds as his first step in the development of that suit. When he next led a low

New theory of creation [ARTICLE]

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New theory of creation NEW YORK, Tuesday. 4 NEW theory of creation has started a controversy among scientists. According to this theory, the present solar system the family of earth and planets came into their present positions only a few thousand years ago. The new theory was advanced by Dr

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President Rajendra Prasad of India replying to the civic address presented by the Delhi Municipal Council on behalf of the citizens of Delhi.

Thieves were 'gentlemen' [ARTICLE]

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Thieves were 'gentlemen' PARIS. Tues. TWO thieves who raided the home of Count Exelmans. decendant of one of Napoleon's marshals, at Neuilly asked Madame Exelmans. "Would you care to keep back a few family Jewels for yourself? The surprised Countess gladly took a necklace given by the Princess Murat. but

U.S. MAY BREAK WITH SOFIA [ARTICLE]

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U.S. MAY BREAK WITH SOFIA mORTY -THREE Americans in Sofia have been alerted for a possible break in diplomatic relations between the United States and Bulgaria before the end of the week. The United States may hand a note to the Bulgarian Minister in Washington within the next 48 hours

WHY DUTCH MAY KEEP N. GUINEA [ARTICLE]

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WHY DUTCH MAY KEEP N. GUINEA NEW YORK, Tuesday. lIOLLAND'S chances of retaining Dutch New 11 Guinea have been enhanced by the success of "Turk" Westerling's defiance of Indonesian authority, according to diplomatic observers at The Hague. Former strong supporters of Indonesia's struggle for Independence might now be hesitant in

100 JAPS WILL BE RELEASED [ARTICLE]

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100 JAPS WILL BE RELEASED fENERAL Douglas MacU Arthur's headquarters has announced that 100 Japanese, including three former generals, sentenced for minor war crimes by the Netherlands military tribunal in Indonesia will be released from prison this week. The men are being released because they have completed the sentences with

Confined to Warsaw [ARTICLE]

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Confined to Warsaw United States air. army and naval attaches in Poland may no longer leave Warsaw without permission from the Polish authorities.- Reuter

Babies don't suffocate in bed [ARTICLE]

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Babies don't suffocate in bed MELBOURNE. Trs BABIES don't sufT bed. This is the finding o: Victorian Government Pathulogist, Dr. Keith after extensive research h»» say s children believed to haw smothered accidentally die^l from unsuspected di with symptoms similar t* focation. Examples bronchitis and h^a-t tro "It is only

WOMAN KILLER SET FREE [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN KILLER SET FREE A 34 -YEAR old J oman vlui hacked death her husbands concubine was virtually exonerated in Tokio Di.slrict Coui B Saturday. Judge Rnkuro Shir I ruled that the "sole cause of the murder was the lack of morals and ther« little need to b'ame the defendant."-

CZECH JEWS LEAVE [ARTICLE]

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CZECH JEWS LEAVE Some 25.000 jew* hav<- emigrated from Cfcechosl i during the laat II U.P

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WHAT'S ON IN K.L. PAVILION: A Fisherman's Honour (Mandarin*. COLISEUM: Boon Son Shin (Mandarin). BEX: The mspector General. MADRAS Amazon Quest. ODEON: Nep tune'a Daughter. CATHAY Strange Brothers (Tamil). CENTRAL: Kanniyin Kathali (Tamil) HINDUSTAN: Hatamtal (Hindi) PEN AN G ODEON: King Of the Rocket men. REX: Prince Of Foxes. CATHAY:

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SINGAPORE MelreS \l° D i% Metrts DgS HacSS e IgS2*2 (BLUE NETWORK) <_« P- Programme Sunimary. p Or KosWanet^and hi? oS?! 484 and 41.7 metres. Emergency news from K.L Week -Mom t 5^15 Common- 43Q Newg Bulletln: 440 Muslc 1 "S r r rjS So^tTvroX^"^ I'ODAI 60 Indonesian: News ft

The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, Feb. 21, 1950 NEW ORDER IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press T UESDAY, Feb. 21, 1950 NEW ORDER IN SINGAPORE II was a and heart Sir i Kerron made I iek a chill th( h of (ifi!. C! I ICS >Ji iai :■> voiir of ihe i.. r In Malaya —an lime, pr. the err Stamford R.iffies

A Photo-Finish Election [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Photo-Finish Election WftSOK BROADBENT says It may be IN 1H43 many people in Britain voted for the labour Parly purely as an experiment. The war in Europe was just over, and they had flone through so much. There was the feeling of relief, even a sense of hi£h adventure

THE LATEST RELIGION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE LATEST RELIGION G. Ward Price By liHEY also concede that redistribution of seats, which affected over 400 constituencies, may benefit ihe ConsenratiVefl to the extent, of 3o gains over 1945. In 1945 the Conservatives were more or less, content to allow themselves to be carried back to power on

World too Small for Stalin and Mao [ARTICLE]

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World too Small for Stalin and Mao Fred Hampson Rv HOXG KONG: \|AO Tze-tung lias become Communism's Asian leader and holds the second highpost in the called world Red revolution. But many political < era feel the days of the onetime Hunnanese j ant who disliked work are numbered They

A NIGHT OUT IN NEW YORK [ARTICLE]

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A NIGHT OUT IN NEW YORK Sam Heppner By THL early Americans treasured the sci ,lps of their enemies ;is cahlrnn Present-day New York is still a jungle, though of a different kind, and the recognised trophies of survival are the mink coat, the Cadillac, and tickets for 'South Pacific."

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jjjjjg-j IN SILVER c.P.N.S.I U. S. de SILVA|I .It •WtlltTS I 106 ORCHARD ROAOJ

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ROD? NELL it *W GWYNN 7 CANDLES nest v\jv I enmg meals is to d^e b\ I Gwvnn randies a> e packed h* solid dved tn these colours Gt Green. Bright Blue Orangf D»^ Green. Rose P.nk Sole agents in Singapore and M C. »nd j Field Ltd.. London COLD

O.A.G. REVIEWS REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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O.A.G. REVIEWS REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS Schooling for all in 10 years: health record rwyuv nn; k l Free Press Staff Reporter Mhcer Administering the Government, Sir Patrick McKerron, this morning told the Legislative Council about "remarkable achieve- !l !i e •of educa t>on, health and social welfare in Singapore but added

JUDGE HEADS COMMISSION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JUDGE HEADS COMMISSION SPORE PUBLIC SERVICES r rv v Press Stan Reporter r.ordon Smith will be the first chairSiagaptre Public Services Commisthf Officer Administering the Government, Sir k >|< Kerno, announced i n the Legislative s mornlni h will assume duty as chair- I h 1 It la intended that

Exhibition of local art [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition of local art Free Prtsv stiff K« portt- r ARTISTO wUhing to exhil ~V Singap<ire lorthcoming jpen must ha vered. un--"d. at the British Coun- rd Road, on Thur-<.i;iy. Feb 23 Of tht- i. The exhibition will be .ed by Sir Patrick M>:ron at 5 pm. on Satu--Marcb 11.

Tender system to stay [ARTICLE]

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Tender system to stay Free Press Staff Reporter SINGAPORE Municipal Commissioners have been recommended to continue with their present system of calling for tenders for Municipal building work. At present only contractors listed by the Municipal Architect's Department may tender fjr such work. Discussing the question of whether or not

NEW CITIZENS [ARTICLE]

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NEW CITIZENS KUALA LUMPUR Mon FEDERAL citizenship applications set a record in December When 16 959 were registered. In November 12.017 certicatei were issued, in October 4.3TD and from the start of ration to the end of September 6.398 certificates were issued New citizens in December were almost entirely Chinese.

MAILS [ARTICLE]

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MAILS n Sinre today from SK>u. Christmas bland, Boni Koi China and the ration I time.s (or posting mail today at the G.P.O. a:< I for Kelantan (parce'j only). J and Pontianak; 5.43 p.m. for friam and the Federation.

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picture. CJIR JOHN KOTELAWALA, Minister for Transport and iO Works. Ceylon, on his wiv to Bangkok to sign an air agreement between Air Ceylon and Siam. arrived at Kalian? airport this morning from Colombo. Picture shows Sir John with Mr. M. Sar.ivanamuttu. Ceylon Commissioner for Singapore and the Federation, who

Important bills for Council [ARTICLE]

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Important bills for Council Free Press Stall' Kep<»rter 'THE legislative programme before the Singapore Legislative Council, which opened its iirst full 1951 session this morning, was "a formidable one" and included legislative measures of "great Importance," said the Officer Administering the Government. Sir Patrick McKerron. The Singapore Development Bill was

EXPORTS TO U.S. [ARTICLE]

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EXPORTS TO U.S. Exports to the United States from Malaya in December last year totalled U.S $12,700 000 against U.S. $18,600,000 in November. Imports to Malaya from the U.S. in December were U.S. $2,000,000 while in November they were U.S. $800,000.

DRIVER FINED [ARTICLE]

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DRIVER FINED J Maclarlane was convicted of inconsiderate driving in the Fifth Police Court. Singapore, yesterday and fined $25. It was stated that at the junction of River Valley Road and Kim Seng R^ad on the morning of Oct 21 he collided with a motor lorry.

Finance is theatre's biggest headache [ARTICLE]

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Finance is theatre's biggest headache Free Press Staff Reporter THE difficulties besetting a resident theatrical company attempting to make its way in Singapore were outlined by Mrs. Dorothy Morrell yesterday when she spoke on "Acting" to the International Fortnightly Women's Club at the Y.W.C.A. 'The biggest headache of all is

CALL TO ABOLISH PETROL RATIONING [ARTICLE]

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CALL TO ABOLISH PETROL RATIONING HMHE Singapore branch ot 1 the Automobile Association strongly supports a motion by Mr. John Laycock for" trie immediate abolition of petrol rationing in the Colony. Mr. Laycock's motion will come before the Legislative Council tomorrow. The committee ol the Singa- pore A. AM "has

BACK ON VISIT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BACK ON VISIT picture. MR. and Mrs. Kenneth Patton, the former U.S. Consul-General in Singapore and his wife, who are in Singapore for a twoweeks visit before going to South Africa and South America.- Free Press

BUKIT TIMAH SPEED TRAP [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT TIMAH SPEED TRAP Free Prm staff Bcpstter AN the ftrst day of the trap on Bukit Timah Road yesterday, Si poiice report a good "bag" of motorists and motor-* Mr. D E Nickels, ASP Traffic, said that the checking was done by a minimum of two or a maximum

Colony's recovery lauded [ARTICLE]

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Colony 's recovery lauded Free Press Staff Reporter RS. Alice Patton, wife of the former United States Consul-General in Singapore. Mr. Kenneth Patton. is delighted to see that Singapore has made such a quick recovery from the Japanese occupation and thinks it looks "in wonderful condition." She says: "The roads

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CHILDREN'S SHOS The'PREFECT" A stout Lacing Shoe i S^j $11.75 to 518.50 £go&' The "JUNIOR" A 511.75 to 515.75 k^gg^^ y^ It is as important t>< fit the width and girth of a ckiU'i foot as it is to fit the length. The c "treet fitting is Clarks F<>otgu>. iSPi

MALAYANS AMAZED NEW ZEALAND [ARTICLE]

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MALAYANS AMAZED NEW ZEALAND PETER HILL Sympathy turned into cheers By UfHEN Tho Fook Hung, Malaya's record-break-ing bantamweight weightlifter, took the stage in Auckland's Concert Hall a fortnight ago to compete in the Empire Games, the audience looked at the Penang goldsmith twice, then expressed their sympathy for him. For

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pic-lure. Mr. B. L. Dunsford, president of the Singapore and Pan-Malayan amateur weightlifting federations, has a good look at the gold medal won by Koh Eng Tong at the Empire Games in Auckland. The Malayan team returned to Singapore yesterday. Left to right: Thong Saw Pak. Tho took Hung. Mr

Johore Bahru sailing race [ARTICLE]

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Johore Bahru sailing race l-rre Press Stall Reporter Jetton Bahru, Tups. i ARMY Sailing Club. Johore. held iu flrsi rue- of tie i itM between Civilian and j Army members on Sund.'.y under favourable conditions I'm boats took nan In a handicap race in which the Army beat the Civilians

HILL REGAINS BOXING TITLE [ARTICLE]

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HILL REGAINS BOXING TITLE UICKEY HILL <8 st.) reguin- ed the Australian flyweight title last night when he beat Taffy Hancock <7.13 3 4) over 15 rounds. The contest was always close. Hancock won the title from Hill last November when the referee stopped the fight at the end of

'MR STATE HELPED US A LOT' [ARTICLE]

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'MR STATE HELPED US A LOT' lA Oscar State, secretary of "■the British Empire Weightlifting Federation, has been asked by the Malayan weightI lifting contingent to the Empire Games to coach the team that this country hopes to send to Paris for the world I championships in October this year.

R.J.I.C. GOLF SEMI-FINALS [ARTICLE]

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R.J.I.C. GOLF SEMI-FINALS JOHORE DAHRL Tue«. r THE roOovlni hive reached the A semi-finals of ihc men's polf rhampionship at the Rova! Johore International Club: L. V. J I aville. who beat I K Cheah on the 19th trrern. C J Lowe, who beat J. N. Duedale; J. L. Gr.'ijf.

Operators turn more cautious [ARTICLE]

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Operators turn more cautious LONDON, Tuesday. iI'HILE Britain prepares to choose between right and left at the forthcoming election, the London Stock Exchange is taking a middle course. A more cautious manner was apparent in all sections yesterday, says Reuter. The early firmness in domestic issues was not always held.

Burmese will offer strong opposition [ARTICLE]

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Burmese will offer strong opposition CRUSADER DOLLAH DON SAYS By Dl RM.VS track footballer^, wli,, .»n due m Stay, 13 pore tomorrow on their wax ha. k Tom Hog Kong, will test the Colony s fu!K in matches here on Thursri tarda> and M«> They are verv fast, work v<

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GLORIFY TO WIN BIG RACE TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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GLORIFY TO WIN BIG RACE TOMORROW ALLAN LEWIS Back Tollana, Jack's Darling Perostan to be taken out From FIRST-CLASS sprinters will again be the main attraction tomorrow, second day of the Selangor Turf Club Gold Cup meeting. Perostan will not start. The four topweights Bright Eyes. No Regrets. Dark Brocade

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PRETTi New Zealand girl leads the Malayan team to the hmpire Came* past the grandstand at the opening ceremony at Eden Park. Auckland. Carrying the fla K I" a d ni h the teams manager. Mr. fc Strickland. In their excitement, the Malayans forgot the girl's name.

N. Harvey sets up 2 records [ARTICLE]

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N. Harvey sets up 2 records n-year- r:c- ind Har- one nd > '.Mth i he i bo nirtde Reuter

Rugbi League learns picked [ARTICLE]

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Rugbi League learns picked o*4 Bar- v 1 A.P.

Empire batsmen beaten by spin [ARTICLE]

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Empire batsmen beaten by spin DM MING their second innings in the final Test IFCSlcrda] at Madras before a crowd of more Hi, the ommonwealth batsmen, with the of the West Indies player, John Holt. appeared to o happy against spin bowling. ent in at the fall of the first

SECOND REPLAY ALSO DRAWN [ARTICLE]

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SECOND REPLAY ALSO DRAWN > *a CniHospiul drew »rcond round of 'he (om-

St. Anthony's win [ARTICLE]

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St. Anthony's win v HOOLS Ben :.t<oon bv four F 0 got de r.d Ah

Ballroom does good gallop [ARTICLE]

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Ballroom does good gallop Kl ALA LI MPI K. Tuesday. n.AI.LKOOM (Lansdown), a Selangor Gold Cup candidate, did a very good gallop on the training track this morning, doing out with Big Surprise (Healey). another Gold Cup candidate. Ballroom covered half a iiiile in 51 sees. He was going better

ENG TONG & REPORTER'S 'JOSS STICKS' [ARTICLE]

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ENG TONG REPORTER'S 'JOSS STICKS' Free Press Staff Reporter THE British Empires new featherweight welghtliftchampion. Koh Eng Tong of Malaya, is a very angry num. His wrath is directed against a certain Australian newspaperman, on whom, he says, he would Ilk* to f el I hands Oft This Australian reporter

Scoreboard [ARTICLE]

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Scoreboard < ommonwealth Ist lnn» Mi India Ist Inns. 313 Commonwealth 2nd. lnn» l.i\ingston I Mu<«htaq Ali b howdhury 11 Oldrield <• A b Chowdhur^ 18 Hull not out 8 M<rrHl c b ViMidu \llr% r Jo-^hi b Mankad rrerr >t Joshi b Mankad i Ka\ >mith c Navudu b

R.S.G.C. Ladies Club tourney [ARTICLE]

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R.S.G.C. Ladies Club tourney 'PHE following qualified for A match play in the R.S.G.C. Ladies' Club cham- pionship at Bukit Timah yesterday: Mrs E A Elder. Mrs. W. < Goss. Mrs. F. Tabor. Mrs. R. Craik, Mrs. J. F Pearcy. Mrs M M Paterson. Mrs. VV. Me- Mullan. Mrs. F

C.Y.M.A. MEETING [ARTICLE]

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C.Y.M.A. MEETING The 14th annual general meeting of the Catholic Young Men's Association I (Church of Sts. Peter Paul' Will be held on Sunday: at the Association's premises < at 9.30 a.m. All members an 2 requested to attend.

Ernie Toshack retires [ARTICLE]

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Ernie Toshack retires ERMK TO SHACK, former Test left-hand medium -parr bowler, has retired from cricket. Business h*9 prevented him from giving enough time to the game. The tall. 33 -year -old New South Wales bowler, who was not available for selection in the Australian team now in South Africa,

VERY HEAVY SCRATCHINGS [ARTICLE]

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VERY HEAVY SCRATCHINGS CCRAI CHINOS for tomorrows races at Kuala Lumpur Will be \ery heavy. The following are n<>l RCCCptI Trumpington. Athlete. Lebombo, Baba. E'.evant Art, Beauman, Robin Hood. Judaic, Blackpool, Oriental, Brilliant Man. E>Alamein. Flying Arrow. Lucky Three, Golden Rod. Rner Moon, 6weet Memory. Perostan. Billy Carol, Byron. Pernnta

'GUSSIE' TAKES BOMBAY TITLE [ARTICLE]

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'GUSSIE' TAKES BOMBAY TITLE GUSSIE" Moran 'U.S. > and N. Kumar (India) won the Cricket Club of India mixed tennis doubles championship at Madras yesterday They beat Patricia Todd •US I and Jimmy Mehta India 1 6. 6 2. 6- 3. In the men's singles final Kumar beat the holder.

S'PORE DISTRICT BOXING ON FRIDAY [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE DISTRICT BOXING ON FRIDAY CINGAPORE District Army Boa- Ing championship* which are ke place on Friday. Feb. 24 attracted approximately 60 entries. i tni-rinals will oe held on Wednesday at Tan&lin barracks The bouts will not be open to the public due to tha lack of seating capacity but

Latest betting for Spring Double [ARTICLE]

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Latest betting for Spring Double BIRPMAN for whom there has been considerable backing in the last few days, was reduced from his last call-over price of 100-7 to 10-1 at the callover on the Lincolnshire at the Victoria Club, London, last night. Dramatic remained favourite ai 9-1 The price of

KARIM WINS FINAL [ARTICLE]

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KARIM WINS FINAL Mahmoud El Kanm of Egypt yesterday beat Abdul Bar! of India 9-2. 9-2, 9-0 in the final of the Dunlop professional squ.tsh racket? tournament In London. Reuter, A .P.

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picture CPL. J. WALKER, of the Singapore Royal Engineers tries to fisht his w i\ out of .1 loose scrum in the final of th e seven-a-side rugger tournament on the Padang *estn day against R.A.S.C A few seconds after this picture wa s taken. Walker ua* <arnrd off the

R.A.S.C. win 'sevens' rugby [ARTICLE]

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R.A.S.C. win 'sevens' rugby THE Roval Engineers werr unfortunate In their final of the :-a-Md e rugger tournament against the RAS C. yes'erdav when thev lost Walker with a fractured thigh In the first minute of the game. The Sappers were beaten 13—0. Payne a try. Simon «i try. converted

BASKETBALL [ARTICLE]

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BASKETBALL L> ASKETBALL fans can expect to see a keenly-contested j match When a team from the, American destroyer, USS Agerholm meets a representative Singapore team at the Great World i Park at 9 p.m. today. The match l.s In aid of the i University of Malaya fund. Yesterday, the

Longden accepts [ARTICLE]

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Longden accepts THE leading U.S. jockey, Johnny Longden, who has ack cept«d the Melbourne Racing H)ub's invitation to ride in Australia, will arrive by air In late March with his wife and his manager. He will ride at the Club's meetings at Caulifield on April 1 and at Flemington on

S.C.C. women draw [ARTICLE]

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S.C.C. women draw IN A hex-key match played on tr.e Singapore Cricket Club Padang yesterday, S.C.C. women drew one-all with the Women's Ro\.tl Air Force (Seletar) team. Set. Dowdeswell opened .scoring in the 15th minute and .just before interval Mrs. Sewell scored the tquahser for the S.C.C.

Celtic win [ARTICLE]

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Celtic win pELTIC beat Third Lanark 5-1 in a second-roujad replay in the Scottish Cup soccer competition yesterday.

Tomorrow's best bets [ARTICLE]

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Tomorrow's best bets SAFEST bets for tomorrow's races are Gold Meridian. Mis s Nathan and Jack's Darling. The weather continues to be fine, and the going is likely to be fast again.

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FRIENDLY SOCCER r^UTBBSE sc. v. .il neel Borneo f lioton la ;i toeeei match at i \r*rr*t Park at 515 r«» t a s'- I

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS HOY To Isabel, wife of R. C. Hoy. Singapore Police, a son. Jeremy Stephen Charles, IMb F bruary. VALPY: On 20th February, at Bnngsar Hospital. K.L.. to Elizabeth, wife of L. G. Valpy. Malayan Police Headquarters, a daughter.

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH JOHNSTON: on mn rewuary. Margaret Vane, Infant daughter of Mr Sc Mrs. C J. Johnston, of Manjimup. formerly of L.madron Estate, Johore.

BIG REVOLT IN RICE REGION [ARTICLE]

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BIG REVOLT IN RICE REGION Bombers raid Nanking HONG KONG, Tuesday. THE Formosa Nationalist Defence Ministry reports that 100,000 farmers have revolted against the Red government in the Tungting Lake region of Hunan Province and that many Reds have been killed. The Ministry said the revolt was caused by excessive

RECORD UK EXPORTS IN JAN. [ARTICLE]

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RECORD UK EXPORTS IN JAN. LONDON, Tues. ORITISH exports reached an i all-time record-breaking i £75,900.000 last month, the Board of Trade announced yesterday. The previous November i 1949 record was shattered by £15,500,000 and the January j figures were £19,400,000 highier than the four-quarter-j average, the announcement said. Imports.

CANTON ENDS S CRISIS [ARTICLE]

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CANTON ENDS S CRISIS HONG KONG. Tuesday. f ANTON has successfully overcome its currency crisis during the Chinese Year. The jen min piao has recovered from the low of 10.000 to HK $1 last Thursday to 6.000 Recovery of the jen ir.in p:.to to be due to measures D by

Giving land to the farmers [ARTICLE]

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Giving land to the farmers SRINAGAR, Tuesday. r PHE Government of Sheikh Abdullah proposes to abolish the absentee landlord system in Kashmir within a year, making the till»r.> complete owners of the iand. Under the rule of the Mah.ir.i.t of Kashmir, a few biv> land:' obtained control of nearly all

VALUABLE FIND [ARTICLE]

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VALUABLE FIND the centre of fii.y brought to »>rofted in the nr Christian en by Her, Q A.P.

TEA PRICE UPPED [ARTICLE]

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TEA PRICE UPPED Incia has asked for an inM in the price ol tea In i negotiations for bulk tea pur- e by Britain.- Reuter

LAW DEFINES EUROPEAN [ARTICLE]

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LAW DEFINES EUROPEAN CAPETOWN, Tuesday. 4 LL South Airicans, except "natives" under 18, will be registered and classified as -native', "coloured" or "European" when the population registration presented to the House ui Assembly yesterday becomes law. The bill, Introduced by Interior Minister T E Da defines the th: ts AS'

Lions heckle Morrison [ARTICLE]

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Lions heckle Morrison THE l>f putv Primp Minister. Mr. Herbert Morrison, was making a campaign speech at the Empire Theatre at Chatham when two lions asleep in nearby eases awoke. For the next hour Morrison had to shout into a megaphone to make himself heard above the lions' roars. "I

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photo. With her hair hanging over a coat hanger. Miss Blanche Thebom. Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano, starts a shampoo in her New York apartment. Miss Thebom's tresse> are five feet three inches lone, just four inches shorter than she stands.- A.P.

Paulette to be countess? [ARTICLE]

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Paulette to be countess? LONDON. Tues. 16 Paulette Goddard about to become the third Couni of Warwick? Rubbish, fantastic, insane. I'd like to know who started that rumour." the Earl of irwick said yesterday. The Hollywood actress ar(l by air from New York on Saturday. 'I will tell you anything

HID POSTAGE UP [ARTICLE]

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HID POSTAGE UP Pustule i«>r domestic muil in Rrd (.'>.. r.:i has btfn inrre;ispd to s^o Cumnmnist dollan p r 20 granis lor ftrst elass mall A.P

S. Africa's Indians state demands [ARTICLE]

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S. Africa's Indians state demands JOHANNESBURG, Tuesday. r PHE South African Indian Congress, in a statement issued yesterday, claims that expatriation cannot solve the Indian question but nevertheless it welcomes the decision to have a conference. In line with United Nations policy, the task of the conference is to secure

60 SEEK £1.000 [ARTICLE]

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60 SEEK £1.000 rHK English Channel far. s its biggest invasion of fwtmmen in hisi rv this summer More than 60 would- br-0.r.. querors of the 19-miK* stretch between France and England h.i\Y signed up for the Daily Mail'i 1.000 cootett for the fastest tune A.P.

London tin mart calm [ARTICLE]

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London tin mart calm r PHE London tan market has aot reacted to the U£. ttockpilliig programme. Even the decision to use the machinery of the tin market for purchases did not produce a spate for orders yesterday Turnover for the day was 9o urns Closing prices were* Spot. £599

P. & O. LINER IN COLLISION [ARTICLE]

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P. O. LINER IN COLLISION JHE 22, 568-ton P. 1 O. liner Strathaird and the 7.852--ton American cruiser. SteeJ Age, collided early yesterday morning in Colomoo harbour The Strathaird, on her vmj home from Australia, was being berthed when the collision occurred. One of her propellors was broken. The Steel

Indo-Nepalese brotherhoodin-arms [ARTICLE]

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Indo-Nepalese brotherhood-in-arms NEW DELHI, Tta yHK Prime Minister and :n-C. of Nepal. Maharaja Mohun Sham.*:. Jim* Bahadur Rana. now Iq New D.ihi on a official visit, .^terday presented with a sword of I honour on behalf of the P r of India at a ceremonial Anny parad. tint the iword

Star to Wed [ARTICLE]

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Star to Wed Miss Elizabeth T.uior, 18. British-born screen star marry the hotel h.-ir Mr Conrad Nich-Usun Hilton Jr on May 6 in a "big Church Wedding" In Hollywood UP

Terrorists caught [ARTICLE]

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Terrorists caught Two native Asmara terror- 1 Ists who allegedly killed an Italian lurry driver has been raptured by Dative k nd peasants after a r battle.- A.P.

HOMES TO COME IN 'PACKAGES' [ARTICLE]

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HOMES TO COME IN 'PACKAGES' BALDING authorities here^say?^!"^;,,,, homes', with completely equipped kitchent ™S laundries financed by a sing.e paymenl heine developed. Builders agreed that increased competition in the real estate market has made the "packed home" a good I commercial proposition. Mr. Ralph O. Smiihson Jr whose vm is

MYSTERY SHIP [ARTICLE]

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MYSTERY SHIP The U.S. destroy) r Mackenzie has found a large yacht, named "Imperia." floating aimlessly in the Mediterranean. 60 miles north of Tripoli, without any crew on board.- U.P.

Miners defy John Lewis [ARTICLE]

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Miners defy John Lewis PITTSBIKGH, Tuesday. STRIKING United Mine Workers yesterday ignored 0 back-to-work order of their ieader. Mr. John Lewis, and continued their two- week general walkuot in defiance of a Federal court injunction. A sharp cold wave has hit the eastern On States, aggravating the coal supply situation

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photo The Indian Primp Minister, Pandit Nehru, chats with the Argentine Foreign Relations Committee chairman. Senator D. L. Molinari. who is <in a fact-finding mission to India.- A. P.

DISMAL PROSPECT FOR PRINCE ALY [ARTICLE]

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DISMAL PROSPECT FOR PRINCE ALY Prince Aly Khan, who broke his right leg in three places in a skiing accident on Saturday, was feeling sliphtly better yesterday, but faced the prospect Of &P\'(*n ietppltc In A P

Reds art massing near H.K. [ARTICLE]

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Reds art massing near H.K. HON(, KONQ centra Kong b past Brr ciined sour- r <•-•*• such v that the posted formed froi the nan WOUlr. crmci troopa and border Ir A P

ATOMIC STUDY WITH MICE [ARTICLE]

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Crackers blast shop [ARTICLE]

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Crackers blast shop liHt (mud Friend Firecracker in S n t boom just aft«*r it had Blocked up fa >>* Year. Thr blast, which killed th<» store o» blamed on careless handling of torped Teral persons were injured in thftaken by the entire area for a bomh fipl(t* i A

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