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The Singapore Free Press, 21 July 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. *****. Singapore. Thurs., July 21, 1955. Price 15 Cts

S'pore man robbed by Saigon rioters [ARTICLE]

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S 'pore man robbed by Saigon rioters RIOTERS who broke into the Majestic Hotel m Saigon yesterday destroyed a report prepared by a British printing expert, Mr. John Norton on production of machinery suitable for Vietnam's difficult writing. .Mr. Norton, 57, whose home is at Timperley, Cheshire, works for Linotype

EDEN AND FAURE TO TALK ON INDO-CHINA [ARTICLE]

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EDEN AND FAURE TO TALK ON INDO-CHINA ciIR ANTHONY Eden, the Briu tish Prime Minister, will ive M. Edgar Faure. the ench Premie:*, this morning 1 discuss various questions interest to both countries including Indo-China. French sourcei said m Geneva last night French and United States fficlalj began talks last

Britain hopes... [ARTICLE]

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Britain hopes... British Minister of Mr. Anthony Nutting i Parliament yesterday that Itain hoped the talks at a would put an end to experimental atomic and drogen bombs explosions.

More at work [ARTICLE]

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More at work early 24.000,000 Britons m work last year the it ever peace-time figure.

RUBBER OVER $1.30 [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER OVER $1.30 Free Press Market Correspondent THE price of rubber this morning rose over the $1.30 mark following the unexpected firmness of the better overnight London and New York markets m spite of the V/g -cent drop m Singapore yesterday. August first grade, f.o.b. buyers, was quoted at $1.31

Ho in Peking [ARTICLE]

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Ho in Peking Communist Vietnam Presidpnt Ho Chi Minn arrived m Peking yesterday after a visit to Moscow.— U.P.

Did it really happen? [ARTICLE]

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Did it really happen? TOODAY the Free Press be- «ins a new series of iscinating. thrilling stories by famous writers. But they are stories with ;i difference, for each one i poses the question: Did it really happen? You as th c silent witness can review the case and draw

'PERON DEPOSED' [ARTICLE]

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'PERON DEPOSED' And a new navy revolt Reports reaching Rio de Janeiro last night indicated that President Juan Peron of Argentina has been deposed rpHE Argentine Navy was reported yesterday to have 1 revolted and put to sea from its base at Puerto Belgrano, 500 miles south of Buenos Aires.

'RESIGN' THREAT SHAKES UNIONS [ARTICLE]

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'RESIGN' THREAT SHAKES UNIONS gINCJAPORE trade union leaders expressed shock this morning at the Marshall Government's proposal to resign over what they believe to be a minor constitutional issue. A call to some 30 trade unions to send representatives to discuss the present "grave situation" tonight is being initiated by

The Duke of Kent improves [ARTICLE]

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The Duke of Kent improves TIN Duke of Kent was reported yesterday to be recovering from injuries received m a hushed up car crash six days ago. The War Oilice said the Queen's cousin was not seriously hurt and had suffered only superficial abrasions. The Duke, aged 10, will graduate

14 RIOT-CITY MEN EXPELLED [ARTICLE]

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14 RIOT-CITY MEN EXPELLED I .FOURTEEN Frenchmen and Spaniards who are alleged to have taken part m rioting m the European quarter of Casablanca last Friday will be expelled from Morocco today, the French residency announced last night. The Europeans, who were tola of the expulsion ordt'r last night, will

HAMMER ATTACK IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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HAMMER ATTACK IN SINGAPORE Chua Kirn Feng, 26, was attacked with a hammer by two Chinese m a coffee shop m Ulu Pandan Road, Singapore, last night. He is m hospital.

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Quemoy guns silence Amoy Reds [ARTICLE]

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Quemoy guns silence Amoy Reds (M M till I M > g N i i M

POSTAL MEN PRAISED [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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POSTAL MEN PRAISED l( Mm i tn- i«.J Mi K.»ttipal Kit from the wv«v «ti^ wybPcfm tf»<rs tor loot in<] :»ithf«l service vrsterdaj. AJl«;«t- th^v hivr pot m IW yeirs. Vh^ prf^ntitioQ wu mad-* by Mr Mit-k.iv. J>':'U Uirrctor of Posts

PROBLEMS UNFIT FOR 'SUMMIT' [ARTICLE]

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PROBLEMS UNFIT FOR 'SUMMIT' M t x Reuter

SOVIET-STYLE PEACE PACT WOULD LAST 50 YEARS [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET-STYLE PEACE PACT WOULD LAST 50 YEARS CiillliH problem left to toivuju iiiinisiier* II i I N v N n N. <- kjtt* Hour 9 tLomm V. t s "4- c UB4 h Of m 1 T?h» ;a torn < :t i x .^r mr* f I SMI .vr Eh

NATO boss called to Geneva [ARTICLE]

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NATO boss called to Geneva t V N.> Reuter

IKE SETS OFF ATOMIC POWER IN POOL [ARTICLE]

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IKE SETS OFF ATOMIC POWER IN POOL sot o flan rower' sac** iaot iSfitt -k*^i v w m i manxsc y&mt Reuter

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Students to survey their own training [ARTICLE]

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Students to survey their own training VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE By STUDENTS of the Singapore Teachers' TrainCollege are holding an exhibition m the form of a surrey of the two-year training course, at Cairn- Road tomorrow and baturda*. Organiser of the exhibition is Miss Sfdvia Maneh. the Arts Supervisor It Will include

WIFE FREED OF KILLING RIVAL 'STILL LOVES' HIM [ARTICLE]

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WIFE FREED OF KILLING RIVAL 'STILL LOVES' HIM FRfiED m the fatal shooting of her rival. Mrs. Katherine Ann Haynes sent word to her husband she still loves him. A coroner's jury m Washington ruled that the shooting of Nancy Penton, a 19-year-old redhead, was accidental. The girl was shot

KREMLIN OPENED [ARTICLE]

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KREMLIN OPENED Thousands of Muscovites flocked yesterday to the Kremlin's Borovitsky gates to take advantage of a sight-seeing tour for the general puolic. U. P.

Gable at 54 hopes to be a father [ARTICLE]

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Gable at 54 hopes to be a father £LARK GABLE, a veteran of four childless marriages, *aid m Hollywood yesterday that he hopes at the age of 54 to become a father for the arst time. Gable and the beautiful <ay Spreckels arrived home after a week's honeymoon at St.

OUR SECRETS-BY BEAUTIES [ARTICLE]

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OUR SECRETS-BY BEAUTIES Milk, sleep and fruit rE most beautiful girls of many nations told m Long Beach. California last DJfht their secret ways of keeping their good lookl. The reporter DUt the MUn< i question to each girl: "What do you di lor beauty ca They replied: Miss England.

MILLION HOMELESS AS FLOODS HIT 1,000 VILLAGES [ARTICLE]

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MILLION HOMELESS AS FLOODS HIT 1,000 VILLAGES STEADY rains for the past few days have flooded 12.000 square miles of five districts of India, driving more than a million people from their homes, government reports showed yesterday. People and cattle from about 1.000 villages and surrounding rural areas were racing

'INDULGENCE' TO TRAITOR ADMIRAL [ARTICLE]

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'INDULGENCE' TO TRAITOR ADMIRAL FRANCE'S High Court of Justice yesterday gave i Admiral Paul Auphan a suspended sentence oi five years' jail for war-time treason. He was Secretary of State for the Navy under the war-time Vichy Government. The admiral was also sentenced to five years' national indignity deprival of

New trouble brewing at revolt jail [ARTICLE]

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New trouble brewing at revolt jail STATE patrolmen have been rushed to the Washington State penitentiary at Walla Walla amid ropprts of fresh unrest at the prison, where two weeks ago inmates staged a 26--hour rebellion. The convicts were said to be restive over results of the settlement of the

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The Singapore Free Press THURSDAY, July 21, 1955. Opinion THE GREAT SWITCH [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press THURSDAY, July 21, 1955. Opinion THE GREAT SWITCH NATIONAL SERVICE with Its attendant regimentation and discomforts has never been popular anywhere. And its introduction m Asia where m many areas, traditionally soldiering has always been despised was bound to arouse an outcry and considerable dismay. But

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber \n ROUND 3: The end came suddenly. When tlic bell went Buffrt remained In Ills corner. MulTcf advanced cautiously, expecting a trap. When he was close to his opponent Buffet's manager, seconds and friends climbed into the ring and closed round the two men, jostling and

Extremists have taken over [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Extremists have taken over ROBERT MOON by Fj<LAMEB lick tote the sky and niachiu' gODM rattle m the night v few miles from Conntine, m the- beart oi the Algerian terrorists' co.intry. They the lie to the North" African saying that when Tunisia and MorOCCO arc hot Al '<ria is

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NEWS FROM THE DISTRICTS

Many of our snakes are harmless [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Many of our snakes are harmless SELEUB I iv y from Bangkok, ]> v here he hai been cn■i brief respite from health problems is Commander M. Coladviser oji hygiene to Naval Baie. His office m the Adminls- building is unique, m part of it houses ntiesa specimen! of Masnakes

BIG FUN FAIR AT BOYS' TOWN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BIG FUN FAIR AT BOYS' TOWN BOKIT T1MAH BOYS' TOWN will be having a grand fun fair on Sept. 4 and the organising chairman, Mrs. Mary Lobo, together with her committee are now busy making various arrangements. Pupils of the Boys' Town Trade School are doing most of the printing,

CHILDREN HAD A GRAND TIME [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHILDREN HAD A GRAND TIME ONE of the many attractions at the grand summer fete held at Princess Mary Barracks m aid of the Royal Signals Benevolent Fund was a fancy dress parade for children. Joseph Phyall, aged one, who strutted around the parade ring complete with boxing glove.s and

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis I 1 |iKNC«rt6oofr.t- il |manow«.'i"mup|[thismav|| I ftg,l^S L M wlven'tl f^ 1- I )B/' JHV A**^ i^^^ H ~^^/i t I TARZAN by Edgar Rice Burroughs I 1 Wm,^*mm [4 I /NO ME SAIP HE\| 'BUT I HAVEN'T VIY I CAN ONLY TELL

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Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. July 20. Previous Today MJF RSS Europe 37. Z3S 8 S: 3K3^ R s kurop n 3?' j sk? Sm se „'SWr X BSS Sp.. b S 38-, tag. iTKKFR No 1 RSS Settlement 37'^ buyers 39 buyers ■MM Terms August 17* sellers 39; sellers l-l

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK, July 20. Previous Today Tin Straits spot Mid nearby 98.25 nom. 98.25 norn Tin futures July 96.00 bid 97 00 bid 97.50 asked 98.00 asked August 94.00 bid 95 00 bid 95.75 asked 96.00 asked September 93.25 bid 94.25 bid 94 75 asked 95.00 asked

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar was quoted at 47. 42. July shipment 42. Lampong Awaiting release 47. Afloats 46 l /i to spot 47. Awaiting release 47. Afloats 46. July 46. Sarawak spot 44. 46 i to 46. All sellers ex-dock. Awaiting release 44. Afloats 43»/ a to Above prices quoted

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, July 20. Previous Today *> Industrials 459.72 458.10 2D Railroads ..156 93 157.98 10 Domestic Bonds 99.66 99 68 1". Itilities 65.47 65 80 t,\ Storks Composite Average 165.48 165.91

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices July 20. Previous Today COPRA Philippines c.i.f. UK/North I iir<>p«»ari delivered weight per long ton July/ Aug. $185 sellers $183,2 sellers oi'RA Philippines fob. Manila m bulk, per long ton Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Straito o.i.f. UK/North Kuropean delivered weight per £66 buyers £661,8 buyers Ion? ton

FORBIDDEN SEA LURED 40 BOYS [ARTICLE]

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FORBIDDEN SEA LURED 40 BOYS T SAY, you chaps, have you A heard? Nine prefects have been sacked! But let this school story start at the beginning, last sizzling-hot Sunday. The sun beat down on the prom of £300-a-year RossaH School, at Fleetwood, Lanes. Perspiring, sunbathing boys looked longingly at

Hawker stabbed [ARTICLE]

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Hawker stabbed A hawker, Wee Chong Fook, 38, was attacked yesterday by two men m Silat Road, Singapore, and stabbed m the arm.

SUICIDE AFTER QUARREL OVER A TABLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SUICIDE AFTER QUARREL OVER A TABLE DEREK BURROWS, aged 23, quarrelled with his 21--year-old wife Mary about who should use the kitchen table. She went out— and he stayed m and gassed himself. Mary sobbed as she told the story of the quarrel to Mr. C. J. Martin. Croydon deputy

They went scrubbing and liked it [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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They went scrubbing and liked it About 10 students from the Malayan Outward Kound School, l.urmit have just had first-h.ind experience of life m the Royal Malayan Navy including scrubbing and cleaning. When the floyal Malayan Navy Ship Penyu (above) called at Lumut during the week-end, the students were taken

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The SWASHBUCKLER [ARTICLE]

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The SWASHBUCKLER LESLIE AYRE by Romantic, handsome Trelawny privaieer, sea sheikh, insurgent and Mohammedan officiated at Shelley's funeral pyre and served as a model for Millais 1 THE WORLD'S /i\K cannot )j< ip Hdn- derteii what old men think about when, heavy :i years, they into tin- m Perhaps they

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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baiideau^hat of Sudan cotton is m the plantation style of America's m candy pink and white, printed with oranges and and lias two Ojr-awaj tails. It is worn by Zoe Newton.

I want my Ma [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I want my Ma The weather is up m the nineties m New York oney Island is jammed with city-dwellers and of course, the number of lost children zoom> But the unhappy three seen m picture below will get some ice cream and pop while th<finds their parents- Poppr pictur-

The monkey that halted a plane [ARTICLE]

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The monkey that halted a plane A GREEN monkey escaped and hid behind the controls of an airliner flying from India to Britain with a consignment of 400. It was still there when the airliner landed at London Airport. And only after the crew had gone to an hotel after

The trout that got away [ARTICLE]

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The trout that got away A TROUT, plucked from a tank to be killed, cooked, and served, wriggled out of a chef's hand and flipped through the window of a West End sea food restaurant. It was found, three floors down, m the road. Said a waiter: "I put it

The birds that got drunk [ARTICLE]

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The birds that got drunk pHEASANTS and partridges staggered about fields m Norfolk and Suffolk. People looked. People said: Drunk." The birds had eaten pellets put down to drug pigeons which, m that area, are the No. 1 pest to farmers.

GIRL WHO LOVED A DOCTOR [ARTICLE]

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GIRL WHO LOVED A DOCTOR MISS ANNE MAY BENTLEY, a 30-year-old "outstandingly beautiful" brunette, sought two things m life: a happy marriage and success as a mannequin m London's West End. Police smashed open Miss Bentley's six-guinea flat m Catherine-place, Westminster, and found her. fully clothed, m the gas-filled kitchen.

Sorry, wrong number [ARTICLE]

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Sorry, wrong number WHEN Mr George Wilton ran out of petrol at Bristol he walked to get some. He poured It m and drove off. Then a police car stopped him Was he stealing the vehicle? No. He had put the petrol m the wrong van His own was still

ROBERT IS YOUNGEST SILVERSMITH AT 15 [ARTICLE]

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ROBERT IS YOUNGEST SILVERSMITH AT 15 'PHE first piece of silverware ever made by 15-year-old Robert Jeffcock has Just been stamped with an official hallmark at the Goldsmiths' Hall assay office. London— which means Robert has become a fully fledged registered silversmith. And officials of the Goldsmiths' Company believe this

Calypso-land boys lift the big prize [ARTICLE]

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Calypso-land boys lift the big prize pOUR coloured youths from Jamaica, each wearing a white coat with a crocodile pocket badge, beat the pick of young farmers from six other countries m judging British cattle. Yet until four days before they had never seen an Ayrshire cow or a Shorthorn.

Ruthless-road to cost £250,000 a mile to build [ARTICLE]

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Ruthless-road to cost £250,000 a mile to build THIS much is known for sure about a neu road which 1 is to be built m Britain: FARMERS AM) NATURELOVERS WILL HATE IT. lor Urn road will rut a ruthless swathe through all farms, muds, rivers, and < anals m its

ANGLERS FROWN AT FROGMEN [ARTICLE]

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ANGLERS FROWN AT FROGMEN YOUNG Tony Rogers, m fropJl man's goggles and flippers, speared a lO'^lb. bass under Brighton's Palace Pier. The day before he tfot a sixpounder there. There were smiles and congratulations from the other underwater fishermen, but frowns amon^ the rod-and-line men on the pier. Some of

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Four little girls see a falling star I TOP LEFT: "Is that how It's done?" Four little girls, all anxious to learn how to skate, see Richard Hearne come a cropper. He is the star of "Wildfire," an ice musical runnfng In London. ABOVE: Twenty-three-year-old Viennese

A LIVING PAGE OF HISTORY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A LIVING PAGE OF HISTORY Adelaide Easlley STROLLING THROUGH THIS FOREST IS LIKE ROLLING SACK TIME And H's m Spore by DESCENDANTS Of the world's oldest flowering plants are here m Sin rapore within the Nature Reserve at Bukit TimatL m an area of about 100 [icivs part of the

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The weekly Issue of th* STRAITS BUI>GET can be sent by Air Mail to any address m the United Kingdom at an inclusive rate of I $24.00 FOR SIX MONTHS If you want the "BUDGET" while on leave or wish lo make an "Air-subscription" on behalf of your \Vi!v or

Where signposts make the road easy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Where signposts make the road easy Motoring tourists are faced with the problem of finding their way front place to pla c m a strange country. Here are reports on signposting arrangements m many lands, some of which Malaya might adopt with advantage rilE British signposting tern is very good

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ENEMY AT THE DOOR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ENEMY AT THE DOOR HESKETH PEARSON by FOOTSTEPS. 5/?£>i 77// M; SUSPENSE— THESE MARKED MY VIGIL AS I WAITED FOR THA T INVASION I FACT OR FICTION? I J FEW have written so much about so many great men as Hesketh Pearson, Shakespeare, Shaw, Dickens, Disraeli, Conan Doyle, Gilbert and

The Earl and Viscount battled with BALLOONS [ARTICLE]

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The Earl and Viscount battled with BALLOONS ORINCESS MARGARET 1 laughed and clapped as she watched Viscount Hambleden belabouring the Earl of Dalkeith with a balloon at one o'clock m the morning. When Mr. Mark Bonham Carter burst the balloon with a cigarette, she winced, and nut her hands over

A lovely skeleton indeed! [ARTICLE]

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A lovely skeleton indeed! \MERICAN film actress Faith DonuTKue said m London iiow she was attacked by a South American manrating fish. "It was only as long as »ny hand, but a shoal of them will strip you to a skeleton m three minutes. Fortunately, mine was on his ownsome."

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TOMORROWS FREE PRESS GIVES THE ANSWER.

Life begins at thirty-two [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Life begins at thirty-two ANNE SHARPLEY By WHICH IS WHY ANNE KRAMER DOES NOT LIKE BEING 29 ■WERYTHINO a uout J her. from the smooth shilling topknot of black hair (a style that doesn't take a second to cio but s) to the flat but ant -hoes she wears. x

Is MARRIAGE the K-E-Y to success? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Is MARRIAGE the K-E-Y to success? married women ore successful m ■ir careers than the spinster girls? think they are— and for three reasons. have more selfconfidence, they are more at ease with the opposite sex, and the give and take of married iie has taught them the art of

ON WOMEN [ARTICLE]

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ON WOMEN PLAYWRIGHT Henry de Monlherlant. Womon would be the most enchanting creatures In the world if m falling into their arms one did not fall into their hands. COMEDIAN Jean Marsac.— Women love to bring the beast out m men, especially ii it is a mink.

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He traps the crooks from an armchair [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He traps the crooks from an armchair J. P. W. MALLAUEU By THE CHIEF OF SCOTLAND YARDS ROGUES' GALLERY IS p FT TP™^- Tr> nIG LIESURELY IN THE GARDEN OF TTn <r T rrp^ nMF AND NO LONGER IN THE FILES that HAVE TRAPPED SO MANY CRIMINALS MYCHDFT HOLMES irorked

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Both sides vulneiablo coin h vh wondertni whethei i<» J J ->p<-n with a )vt<> bid (hi v. l^ bit light j when E-jst v>lv#kl the problem by >p«-niiiii the bidding ahaa 1 >»f him O<mkX Mddlßf then |g| Noilho'AJllh iiirtve at their proper nveilarnond contract Noith rfMrrctly

—But the Americans need GUNS to get their men! [ARTICLE]

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—But the Americans need GUNS to get their men! commander George Hatherill, Scotland Yard CID chief, has just spent a fortnight In the United States telling Americans about his work and seeing howAmerican police tackle their criminals. "Jet propelled" was his word for the trip. Soon after his arrival therewas

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CLUES ACROSS 2 Insects round the edges of a garment? (7). 1 Make a journey talking widly _-t 4K most of the way' <6> 3 ue an omission from the rew venue (4) 4 Seats containing hair! (6). c_, K^.t^f 5 Entangled with a large basket 9 Give way concerning

FANS TELL ALL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FANS TELL ALL PIER ANGELTS most ardent fans apparently ire two 1G year old girls, one m Japan and the other m France. Vutaka Miyata of Hakadatc City sent her a beautiful Japanese doll, while J. L. Pinto, of Paris, presented Pier with an embroidered scarf. They write weekly letters

LOST toss got me that LEGGY part! [ARTICLE]

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LOST toss got me that LEGGY part! JAMES STEWART By HAD been around Hollywood for a year and at the time I was even thinner and looked taller than I am now. There wasn't very much for me to do until one day they offered me a leading, iart opposite

HIS SECRET [ARTICLE]

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HIS SECRET O WIMY CAIIN. who! £J wrote the hit song, I'nree Coins In the Foun-J-iin. 1 about Rome, admits tnat when he wrote the number he had never Rome. Say s he "It's better tnat way you can use your imagination more."

Sorry -NO interview [ARTICLE]

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Sorry -NO interview Michael Ruddy I SHOW TALK I U* KISSER GETS I THE COLD ffIOULpE FROM GABLE YOU have heard of 1 temperamental film stars. Have you ever wondered what makes them temperamental, or angry? The other day while discussing Clark Gable, I learned of ail incident which made

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LJERES an amusing fame to doodle with on holiday. If was shown to me by actress Dulcie Cray Present your friends with these thr«« symbols below left) and ask them to complete each of the bicturct with the first scene that comes into their head 1 Here are my fe

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That extra club in your bag... [ARTICLE]

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That extra club in your bag... zi Will; (IKqti tlifi< .ttion of I a pla\«r m t h«- rtCCflt British op«M i;olf (hap. E pionship bfcaMM he < arri- j ni !."> (luhs instead of Ihc permitted 1 1. fallowed E very losilv on a similar z\ happening In Ok*

OUT OF LEAGUE [ARTICLE]

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OUT OF LEAGUE Kerala Bamajam have with drawn from SAFA Div. 3A. A tbei had Dot Knin»'d a sinf» point, league placing! arc n< affected.

Busmen get 7-1 beating [ARTICLE]

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Busmen get 7-1 beating CiOi.ONY player Quah Kirn Beng MOTfd six times m Chartered Banks 7-1 victory over Singapore Traction Co. m a SBHFA League Cup Gro'ip A match at the S.T.C. ground yesterday. Although R.T.C. fielded only ten men and had to play a regular forward ATtar Btncta m

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EAVE! HEAVE! THE SECOND TRAINING BATTALION RASC TEAM FROM ALDERSHOT PUT EVERYTHING INTO THEIR PULL AT THE SOUTHERN COMMAND INTER-UNIT ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS TO GO ON TO VICTORY.— ANS PICTURE

World mark broken [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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World mark broken 11/ITH A CREAT FIN VT ISHINC BURST OF SPEED. 808 WILDEN. ANCHOR RUNNER FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS BREAKS THE TAPE FOR A NEW WORLD RECORD OF 40.2 SEC. IN THE 440-YARD RELAY AT THE RECENT 14TH ANNUAL CALIFORNIA RELAYS HELD IN MODESTO, CALIFORNIA. THE NEW TIME

US. BOXING IN BAD WAY [ARTICLE]

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US. BOXING IN BAD WAY Gangsters Fixed Fights Doping They're killing it pATHER UNEXPBCTEDLY, BOXING IN AMERICA IS IN ITS MOST PRECARIOUS POSITION IN YEARS, WITH INVESTIGATIONS UNDERWAY IN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA AND THE PRESS GENERALLY RATHER COOL TO BOXING. Professional boxing has been under sporadic attack for years,

Absent stars anger athletics boss [ARTICLE]

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Absent stars anger athletics boss TFn HOPKINS. WELSH ATHLETICS TEAM MANAGER. IS TO PRESS FOR AN INQUIRY INTO WHY SOME OF HIS COUNTRY'S OUTSTANDING ATHLETES WITHDREW FROM THE MATCH AGAINST THE A.A.A. AT NEWPORT RECENTLY. "1 "The late withdrawals of John Disley and Bob Shaw Wftrt bitter blows. "Disley told

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SADDLER IS BEATEN IN MANILA [ARTICLE]

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SADDLER IS BEATEN IN MANILA 10,000 angry fans boo champion as Elorde wins tfLASII KLORDE OF THE PHILIPPINES, WON 1 A TNANIMOrs 10-ROUND DECISION IN MANILA LAST NIGHT OVER SANDY SADDLER. WORLD FEATHERWEIGHT CHAMPION, IN A BLOODY NON-TITLE FIGHT THAT ENDED IN A NEAR RIOT. Italo Scortichini of Italy, who

PARACHUTERS WIN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PARACHUTERS WIN picture. IT GEN. SIR E. E. DOWN, G.O.C. Southern Command, pre suits the challenge Cup to Lt. W. J. Brown, captain of the Parachute Regiment team at the inter-unit athletic championships ANS

Brilliant Woods saves RAOC from defeat [ARTICLE]

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Brilliant Woods saves RAOC from defeat ARMY CUP SOCCER: BRIM. 1 ANT GOALKEEPING BY WOODS OF 30 BN. RAOC SAVED HIS SIDE FROM DEFEAT WHEN THEY MET ARM! DKPOT POLICE IN A FIRST ROUND TIE OF THE SINGAPORE ARMY CUP SOCCER COMPETITION AT FRIENDLY HILL YESTERDAY/THE RESULT WAS 2-2 AFTER

U.K. tourists win 34-6 [ARTICLE]

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U.K. tourists win 34-6 A BRITISH ISLES Rugby Union touring team beat North-Eastern Districts m Cape Province by 34 points to six at Aliwal North yesterday after leading 16-nil at half time. Reuter

S. CHINA IN 11-2 WIN [ARTICLE]

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S. CHINA IN 11-2 WIN rpHE touring South China soccer ■I team beat Tasmania by 11-2 at Hobart yesterday. The Chinese led 5-0 at half-time. Scorers were Mok Chun Wah (4). Szeto Man (3), Lee Yuk Tak (2>, Ho Cheung Yah and Chu Wing Ah.

H.K. Services XI on way home [ARTICLE]

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H.K. Services XI on way home T'HE HONG KONG Combined Services cricket team left the Colony for Hong Kong yesterday after a successful visit. The Hong Kong Services side played five games during their stay. They drew with Singapore Combined Services beat University of Malaya and Army and lost to

BLANCHFLOWER TO LEAD GREAT BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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BLANCHFLOWER TO LEAD GREAT BRITAIN AT Britain's soccer team to meet Europe m Belfast on v >■> la: 1 •> (Arsenal and Wales); SilM n l V, helse England), l>»,uud (Sunderland and ScotBlanchflower capt. (Totten- Mi Ireland), Charles (Leeds Nales). Peacock (Glasgow <eln <l Ireland); Matthews (Blaok- and England). Johnstone

Four clubs pull out of 2 SO-mile cycle race [ARTICLE]

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Four clubs pull out of 2 SO -mile cycle race TWENTY-FOUR CIVILIAN CYCLISTS FROM FOUR CLUBS WILL NOT COMPETE IN THE BIGGEST CYCLING TOUR OF THE SEASON— THE 250-MILE PIIELLIPS CLASSIC FROM SINGAPORE TO KUALA LUMPUR ON JULY 30, 31 AND AUG. 1. Tlie four clubs who have withdrawn their

AUSTRIANS WIN AT BRISBANE [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRIANS WIN AT BRISBANE I^HE Austrian Club Rapid beat Queensland eight-one m an Association Football match at Brisbane yesterday. In a curtain-raiser Hellenic and Gliazzuri drew two-two m a Queensland second division game which had been post- Re uter poned from June 4.—

Young man with a mission [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Young man with a mission MFET Bud Cody, 25--year-old American i heavyweight wres t le r who arrived m Singapore by air from India yesterday. He is here on a mission. He wants to fight Tiger Jogirder, heavyweight champion of South-east Asia and he said yesterday he will not leave

TABLE TENNIS TEAM FOR FED. TOUR [ARTICLE]

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TABLE TENNIS TEAM FOR FED. TOUR The Singapore Chinese Sporta Association will send a five-man (able- tennis team on a tour of the Federation during the August Bank holidays. 'I*he team will play at Kuala Liimpur, PrnanK, Malacca, Kampur and Ipoh.

SJI AND VS DRAW [ARTICLE]

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SJI AND VS DRAW St. Josephs Institution nnd Victoria ttrhool drrw m a friendly cricket fixture at Bras Basah Road. Victoria 128-7 dccl. <Tan Heng Hoe 42, Marcus 40, s Wic*.s 4-11). 01 Joseph's 68-5 <E. Tessmsohn 15, E. Wicks 13 n.o.j.

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OCEAN PARK HOTEL'S I FAMOUS QUINTET Ace Band of Singapore with MISS SALOMA the Malay "Marilyn Monroe" Ring ***** for Table Resen at ions

Ten countries to enter Nanyang Cup tourney [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ten countries to enter Nanyang Cup tourney SINGAPORE CENTRE OF BIG BASKETBALL FESTIVAL SINGAPORE WILL BE THE CENTRE OF THK BIGGEST BASKETBALL FESTIVAL IN NOVEMBER THIS YK AK WHEN MEN'S AND WOMEN'S TEAMS FROM TE\ COUNTRIES IN SOITH EAST ASIA WILL TAKE PART IN A SERIES OF COMPETITIONS. Rig prize

BOB BAKER WINS [ARTICLE]

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BOB BAKER WINS West Jordan, UTAH, 1 ue.s Bob Biker ;< contender for Rocky MarCiano'l world heavyweight title, la.st nijilit lalned .1 cIOM but unanimoas dtelslOO ov»i Rex Layne m a tenI'Miikl horn nore Renter. JIIMIItIMIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIOj

SURREY TAKE FIRST INNINGS POINTS AGAINST GLAMORGAN [ARTICLE]

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SURREY TAKE FIRST INNINGS POINTS AGAINST GLAMORGAN YORKSHIRE, WHO NARROWED THE GAP BETWEEN SURREY THE LEADERS AND THEMSELVES TO FOUR POINTS AS THE RESULT OF THEIR WIN OVER MIDDLESEX ON TUESDAY, SPENT THE DAY IN THE FIELD AT TAUNTON YESTERDAY. 1 Although Somerset's scoring rate was generally restricted by accurate

Unknown beats Nielsen [ARTICLE]

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Unknown beats Nielsen KURT Nielsen, Danish runner up at this year's Wimbledon championships, was surprisingly beaten by unranked American Grant Golden, after two sets which went to GO games In Philadelphia yesterday. Golden won 14—12, 18 —16, m the third round of the Pennsylvania State lawn tennis championships. Nielsen was

DRUS SCORES 4 vs GYMKHANA [ARTICLE]

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DRUS SCORES 4 vs GYMKHANA Seletar F. C. beat Gymkhana 7-3 In a Div. 2B match played at Bale.^tier Road yesterday. Scores: Mohd. Dru.s (4» and Omar Ahmad <3i for the winners; Dawood bin Baffin <2> and Hussein bin Abdul for the losers.

Kelantan will play on Sunday [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan will play on Sunday rpHE Kelantan Football Association has cabled the Football Association ol Selangor that the state team will travel to Kuala Lumpur for the Malaya Cup replay against Selangor on Sunday. The first match was abandoned when Sclangor were leading 3 lat Kotu Bharu last Friday. Alter

NOT PLAYED [ARTICLE]

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NOT PLAYED The Singapore B. H. F. A. Group "E" match between Boustead and Oversea -Chinese Bank scheduled at River Valley Road yesterday was not played.

Business Houses results, positions [ARTICLE]

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Business Houses results, positions YESTERDAYS result, 1 latest Positions In Singapore Business He FA. League and Cup con. tion are given below. GROUP A HK Rank 4 F. N eaVe 0 Traction 1 C Bank Tel. Board 5 5 0 0 19 o Hongkong Bank 3 2 0 2 9

R.A.S.C. GO DOWN BY 97 RUNS [ARTICLE]

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R.A.S.C. GO DOWN BY 97 RUNS Royal Army Education Corp> beat Royal Army Service Corps bf 97 runs m a friendly cricket matcli at Ayer Rajah Road yesterday. R.A.E.C. 151-3 dccl. (Hewlett 14. Vincent 57, Dauncey 46, Barron 20 no., Young 12 n.0.. Tooley 2-28). R.A.S.C. 54 (Embrey 22; Barron

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SAFA Community league: Chinese v Eurasians, Jalan Besar; League, Div. 2A: S.C.C. v St. John's, padang; Div. 3A: Corinthians v Tuan Mong, Clerical Union; Div. 3B: Alexandra v Springdale, CYMA; Katong v Rajaji, Geylang. Govt. Services league, Div. II: T.T.C. v Radio Malaya, Farrer Park; Income Tax v P T,