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The Singapore Free Press, 22 July 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press I artest Afternoon Sale m Malaya N il'.lf, Singapore. Fri., July 22, 1955. Price 15 tts.

Ike bombshell: Let's swop all arms secrets [ARTICLE]

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Ike bombshell: Let's swop all arms secrets PRESIDENT EISENHOWER yesterday challenged Russia to prove its sincere desire for disarmament id peace by exchanging military blueprints with the nited States and throwing both countries open to unlimited aerial photography. The startling proposal, introduced at the fifth formal session of the Big

UNIONS GET PLEDGE BY MARSHALL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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UNIONS GET PLEDGE BY MARSHALL V today a seven-man delegation representing 51 unions m Singapore With a membership of 52,000 the Chief Minister m the sembly House. They preted a petition and appeal- to him personaJly to stay In office. They were m conference for m minutes. Afterwards the Chief

MARSHALL: I FELL FOR IT [ARTICLE]

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MARSHALL: I FELL FOR IT Royal message attacked THE Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall, m the special Legislative Assembly meeting: this morning sain that his faith m the workability of the Kendel Constitution was strengthened by the messages of the Queen and the previous Governor, Sir John Nicoll. Referring to

LENNOX-BOYD BACKED ME UP [ARTICLE]

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LENNOX-BOYD BACKED ME UP Governor 9 s message THE Governor of Singapore, Sir Robert Black, m a message to the special meeting of the Legislative Assembly this morning, said that yesterday morning he received a message from the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Mr. jAlan Lennox-Boyd. confirming I the

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END ALL H TESTS-BULGANIN [ARTICLE]

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END ALL H TESTS-BULGANIN "1 JARSIIAL Bulganin, the Sovict Prime Minister, yesterday proposed that as a first .step toward.s carrying out a programme Ol reduction of iiiinament.s, the nations posseJlUlf hydrogen and atomic weapons should agree to discontinue tests on them. A Soviet spokesman .said the Russians proposed that the

URGENT NEED FOR ALL TYPES OF BLOOD [ARTICLE]

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URGENT NEED FOR ALL TYPES OF BLOOD ALL TYPES of blood groups are urgently required by the Singapore Blood Transfusion Service and its headquarters will be open to donors on Sunday from 9 a.m. till noon. Present supplies are down to 50 flasks. During the past week there were 123

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=JllllC3llllllt!IIIIC3IIIIIIIIIIIIC3lllllllllt1 l»lllllllltlC2lltllltlllllCailttffltttffCIC31llll9tlttttC3flllll1lfll1i:3llllllilllllC2llllllllllllCailllllllllllC3tll^ I WHEN YOUR BRANDY TASTES LIKE I SINGAPORE RIVER WATER r* Ever spluttered over your favourite evening drink and wondered what was wrong with it? §j Ten to one you were a victim of the BRANDY SPOILERS a team I of nasty little men whose illegal task m

She rides the horse she trained herself [ARTICLE]

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She rides the horse she trained herself VIVIENNE PICKRIDGE By WoMEN will be among the competitors m r Turf Club gymkhana 2 Bukit Timah on Satur- Riding m the Divi- I Hurdle race on Yu- 5 toi and carrying her hus- coloun, red and k will be Mrs. Peggy i

6,000 ARE HOMELESS IN QUAKE [ARTICLE]

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6,000 ARE HOMELESS IN QUAKE The Ecuador town of Cotacachi and 10 nearby villages suffered heavy damage m an earthquake yesterday. Many people were injured and 6.000 are homeless. In Cotacachi, town of 4,200, two churches were ruined. Many houses collapsed, and most of those still standing were cracked. President

Rubber still rising [ARTICLE]

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Rubber still rising The price of rubber m Singapore this morning continued to rise when the market opened at $1 33 for August first grade, f.o.b. buyers— an i increase of three-eighths of a cent above yesterday's close. The rise was reported to be due to further price advances on

Burmese for Mecca [ARTICLE]

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Burmese for Mecca Eleven pilgrims led by the i Burmese Minister of Justice. U Khin Maung Lat. a Muslim. left Rangoon by a special plane yesterday for Mecca. U.P.

Nixon for Israel [ARTICLE]

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Nixon for Israel Vice-President Richard M Nixon hopes to visit Israel soon.— U.P.

BOYS DRINKING MORE, CORRUPTING GIRLS [ARTICLE]

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BOYS DRINKING MORE, CORRUPTING GIRLS says report m Britain TEEN-AGED boys m Britain i are drinking more and arc corrupting more girl.s while the behaviour of older people is becoming more moderate. That i.s the finding of a survey based on police records and the conclusion of .social work- j

JAIL-BREAK BID FAILS [ARTICLE]

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JAIL-BREAK BID FAILS Five inmates of the Lima State Hospital. Ohio attempted > break out yesterday and killed an attendant In one 01 the Uititution'g dining rooms. The break-uut bid tailed

CALL TO MALAYAN WOMEN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CALL TO MALAYAN WOMEN ADELAIDE EASRLEY meet Mrs. Perle Mesla over breakfast 1 ake your opportunities II r 'TWO American women met at the breakfast table m the Raffles Hotel. One 1 was myself, my companion Mrs. Perle Mesta, former U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg celebrated international hostess. Fully recovered from

Nile outing [ARTICLE]

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Nile outing President Soekarno of Indonesia and Prime Minister Nasser of Eiiypt shared an outIng on th«- Nile yesterday. U.P. U.P.

10 DIE IN PASHA DEATH-BID RIOTS [ARTICLE]

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10 DIE IN PASHA DEATH-BID RIOTS I^EN people were killed and 21 injured m riots which followed an unsuccessful attempt yesterday on the life of Pasha el Olaoui of MarraI*esh, Morocco. The dead include one of the guards of the 81 -year-old feudal Berber chieftain whose car was held up

Police now soldiers [ARTICLE]

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Police now soldiers Special police units were converted into the first Austrian army unit* yesterday.— U.P.

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, July 22. 1955. Opinion PARENTS' CHOICE [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, July 22. 1955. Opinion PARENTS' CHOICE PARENTS of Singapore arc agreed up n one thing m the education of theii children. They want the medium of instruction m the primary schools to be English. This fact has emerged from replies to Government circulars distributed last

TOPPING THE GAINTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOPPING THE GAINTS AFKW weeks a^o British mountaineers dimbt-d Rum hmjutiKa. the peak toucher than Kvrnst. M«. lM w Kile, British students are prrparing to explore the unknown mountains of Afghanistan, and a team of Welshmen and a team of Scots women are climbing els irherc m the Himalayas. The

Missionaries with nowhere to go [ARTICLE]

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Missionaries with nowhere to go MARIE W. RIDDER by CHINESE Communism has produced a sad by-product m the "excess" missionaries on the Nationalist-held island of Formosa. It is sad for Christianity and also for the scores of individuals involved. For over 200 years China was the happy hunting ground foi

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber *tf rpiiKKE is another strike on 1 at Narkovcr. The moment ;i committee of masters acceded to the demands of tho Sixth Komi for higher murks, and promised an all-round Increase ol 20 p< r cent In all examinations, the itrikera demanded v. 40 per cent

TALLER GERMANS [ARTICLE]

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TALLER GERMANS f~iERMANS are growing tal\J ler with each successive generation: This finding has been announced by the Institute of German Medical Science m Muenster. Westphalia. Investigations conducted at a number of universities disclosed that 35 per cent of the students are six foot m size or even taller. A

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley By WITH the announce- >> ment by Mr. J. M. lumabhoy. Assistant Minister for Commerce uid Industry, that he will meet the public on Thursdays at the ministry and that heads of nil ins ministry departments likewise will hold court." this meet-the- t public business is

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AH^A A AWI STAR j ♦foresight and ability which J h lv if problrm 1 f espedally^in «™y "cHms" 1 J VoU u° k< ep )Ur d J >»" have given your promise 1., I 4 MMnrthing 1 «>•' are o l you most. °J Frank and true you never

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. July 21. Previous Today R BHKR No. 1 KSS ei.f. European 37£ payers gU bjg* i./'bbIRNo 1 RSS c.l.f. European 37 buyers 38 IJ ..Ji s Wast 37 i sellers 38 > 4 sellers ii BFK No. RSS Spot 38 buyers 39Vi buyers Xl nn 39

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK, luh 21 Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 98.25 nom. 99.25 nom. Tin futures July 97.00 bid 98.00 bid 98.00 asked 99.00 asked August 95.00 bid 96.10 bid 96.00 asked 97.10 asked September 94.25 bid 95.10 bid 95.00 asked 96.10 asked TONE: Firm. SALES:

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 48. Awaiting release ment 41. Lampong spot 48. Awaiting 48 Afloats 47 to 46H. July 46. release 47. Afloets 464 to 46. July Sarawak spot 44. Awaiting release 46, sellers ex-dock. 43' 2 Afloats 42 to 41. July shipAbove prices quoted m U.S. cents per Ib.

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. July 21. Previous Today M Industrials 458.10 461.07 10 Railroads 157.98 158.24 40 Domestic Bonds 99 68 99.66 IS Utilities 65.80 66.10 61 Stocks Composite Average 165.91 166.70

Copra, coconuf oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconuf oil prices July 21. Previous Today OPRA Philippines c.Lf. UK/North European delivered weight per lon ff ton July/An*. $183 Vi seller s $183 value (OPRA Philippines f.o.b. Manila m bulk, per ion* ton Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Strait* c.i.f. UK/North European delivered weight per £66 »i buyers £66 >

Up so the fees at 65 British schools [ARTICLE]

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Up so the fees at 65 British schools pKES at 65 British boys" public schools are to be raised next term. The average increase will be between £15 ($130) and £20 '$170) a year, and the number of schools charging £300 yeaj- and over for boarders goes up from 10

Rotarian returns [ARTICLE]

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Rotarian returns Mr. R. A. Cessford. of the Kuala Lumpur Rotary Club, has returned after attending the Rotary International convention at Lake Placid, New York, to commemorate Rotary's golden anniversary.

Speech Day at Changi [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Speech Day at Changi THE Chief Secretary, Mr. W. A. C. Goode, presented the prizes at the RAF Changi Secondary School speech day. He is seen above handing an award to 11 -year-old Carl Harris from the Lower Second Form. ABOVE: Irene Skelton, 14, of the Upper Sixth, also received

Parent-teacher associations are again growing [ARTICLE]

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Parent-teacher associations are again growing SINCE the students' rioting m May, there has been an upswing m Parent-Teacher Association activities. Groups which, once lively, have lost memberships through the years of inactivity, appear to be undergoing revival. Parents and teachers agree that there is concern over the prospect of their

'GHOST' TERRIFIES SINGAPORE KAMPONG [ARTICLE]

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'GHOST' TERRIFIES SINGAPORE KAMPONG A "WOMAN" ghost who walks m the dead of night Ls terrorising hundreds of residents of a Singapore Chinese kampong. Most of the frightened residents of SomaDah Estate at the 6th mile, Upper Serangoon Road, yesterday said the apparition was a man dressed as a woman.

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Was Crippen a murderer? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Was Crippen a murderer? C. D. T. BAKER-CAR R by THE WORLD'S STRANGEST STORIES "These are my last words ...I belong no more to the 7/or/d. In tkt silence of my Cttl I pray that God may pity all wtok hearts, all the poor Children of Uj€, and His jjoor

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STEP INTO THE ROYAL HOME [ARTICLE]

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STEP INTO THE ROYAL HOME Decor by the Duchess of Kent THE DUCHESS OF KE!fT has now comDleted the interior decor, which siie planned almost entirely herself of heT n*w 22-room home m Kensington Palace She hopes to move there with Princess Alexandra at the end of the summer. Her

The bangs go out to sea [ARTICLE]

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The bangs go out to sea SONIC bangs over cities similar to that which alarmed thousands of Londoners recently will become impossible under strict new instructions to pilots. In future, Mr. Reginald Maud- ling, Minister of Supply, said m the House of Commons, most supersonic flying will be done out

Hospital worried about X-ray [ARTICLE]

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Hospital worried about X-ray Farnborough Hospital, Kent, said they were "very concerned" about difficulties m replacing their obsolete X-ray machine. A spokesman said. "We have been told it is unlikely that money will be granted for a new set." Normal life of a machine is ten years. Farnborough's is 17

DOG ATTACKS IN STORM [ARTICLE]

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DOG ATTACKS IN STORM SHANDY, a pet red setter, went berserk immediately after a terrific thunderclap, pulled down his master, tore off his right ear and savaged him. The owner, Mr. James Wildsmith, 84 was alone m his home m Hounslow. Middlesex, at the time. Hospital authorities later said he

Pioneer's £189,500 [ARTICLE]

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Pioneer's £189,500 Mr. William Jowett, of Bradfod, co-founder of the Jowett Car Co., who died on March 29, aged 74, left £189.525 m his will.

THOSE 'WICKED MASS CURES': DR. LESLIE STARTS ROW [ARTICLE]

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THOSE 'WICKED MASS CURES': DR. LESLIE STARTS ROW lit ASS healing services can iT be a great danger, Dr. Leslie Weatherhead, president of the Methodist Conference, sLid m Manchester. 'The temporary cure is terribly easy and often a matter of great publicity," ho said. "The subsequent relapse is not publicised,

THE AIRMAN WHO LOST THE GENERAL'S DAKOTA [ARTICLE]

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THE AIRMAN WHO LOST THE GENERAL'S DAKOTA A U.S. AIR FORCE sergeant stepped up to a London Airport official with a brief but baffling question. "Excuse me, sir," he said, "but have you seen my aeroplane around here?" The official replied that he had not. "Well, that's mighty strange because

HIT BY CRICKET BALL —DIES [ARTICLE]

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HIT BY CRICKET BALL DIES Mr. John Rutt, 28, a teacher, of Brookside Caravan Site, Bromham, near Bedford, who wa;. hit on the head by a cricket ball has died m hospital.

DON'T MAKE THE EXAMS TOO EASY, SAYS SIR DAVID [ARTICLE]

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DON'T MAKE THE EXAMS TOO EASY, SAYS SIR DAVID EDUCATION Minister Sir David Eccles will not allow school exams to be made easier. In a circular published he rejected a .suggestion that a new and easier examination should replace the general certificate of education for children leaving school at 15.

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LAURENCE HARVEY RETURNS IN TRIUMPH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LAURENCE HARVEY RETURNS IN TRIUMPH And he doesn't knoiv why .nPHE success story of 26X year-old Laurence Harvey is quite a phenomenon, "phenomenon" being defined a*: "Something the cause of which is m question." The stage (Stratford) and screen (Verona) Romeo has not been the critics' choice for acting accolades.

With the ebs on the lawn [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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With the ebs on the lawn EVE PERRICK A P I by i i!7ELL. I went to the other party last week. That was the one —at Highgate, in-North-West London which promised to be the deb dance with a difference given for the deb with a difference, my choice for

TILL THE DAWN DANCING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TILL THE DAWN DANCING CAT-NAP at cockcrow or the girl who didn't dance thr whole night through EMLYH WILLIAMS...ruund tha past NORMAN HARTNELL...in the bushes BORIS KARLOFF...at the v. berries

DOLLAR VIEW [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR VIEW WHAT use have we for culture! I refer to the Free Press's valiant but unavailing effort* to flog this particular hobby horse. Culture will not help us to make dollars the one thing we Singaporean* worship. OFFICE-AND HOME Slnraporc-

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MR. TAN KIM SENG WAS THE FIRST [ARTICLE]

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MR. TAN KIM SENG WAS THE FIRST REFERRING to Chan Slew Loon., article m the Free Press of July 18: I wish to oorrtet hi* information that D S»-ng Poti was the first Chinese appointed Municipal Commissioner- In 1870. Tan Kirn Btnf was the only Chlnr.so

HIGHEST HOUSEWIFE IN THE WORLD [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HIGHEST HOUSEWIFE IN THE WORLD ANNE SHARPLEY (But she's only 5ft. lin J A BRIGHT-RED knitted hat with two perky tassels Aw ii "c seen around London at the first coo opportunity. Wearing it will be a slender, blonde woman with a quick, feminine step, Mta^ I"™*1 wrists and ankles-the

FARMER-ETTES [ARTICLE]

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FARMER-ETTES EDWARD TROW INTRODUCES... TF your daughter tells you, suddenly, "1 want to be a farmer" DONT say: "But it's not a woman's Job, my dear." You would be wrong. Farming IS a woman's Job. Remember Mrs. Lovett Cameron who recently won the King George VI cup for the beat

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The Mystic on a Mountain cant find Peace [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Mystic on a Mountain cant find Peace George Malcolm Thomson by ANTIC HAY. By Aldous Huxley. Penguin 2s. 6d. 254 pages. THIRTY TWO years divide Aldous Huxley from the writing of Antic Hay, now reissued with nine other Huxley books m paper-covered form. In 1923 he was a tall,

A BOOK TO SET YOU TALKING [ARTICLE]

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A BOOK TO SET YOU TALKING Montague Smith by THE CASE AGAINST WIVES... The husbands of Britain find ten chief faults with their wives. They are nagging, scolding, faultfinding, lack of intelligence, gossiping, extravagance, domineering ways, bossiness, henpecking, and selfishness... all m that order. THE CASE AGAINST HUSBANDS The wives

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THE GIRLS WORE ROSETTES INSTEAD OF SEQUINS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE GIRLS WORE ROSETTES INSTEAD OF SEQUINS GEORGE GALE By 1 AM wondering what the regulars do m the morning. Perhaps they are tougher than I or lie on silken pillows. Little birds are twittering m my head; my inside is full of feathers. The managers of mast of the

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I had a date with a dream... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I had a date with a dream... ANNNE EDWARDS By i ONCE had a date with 1 a dream. In this dream I lived happily ever after, dressed m a pretty, "wonder" fabric that was crush-proof and moth-proof and dampproof, and never needed ironingI could wear a white pleated Ire*

PARIS finds a PLACE for TARTAN [ARTICLE]

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PARIS finds a PLACE for TARTAN Louise Petrie by OARIS goes on produc- ing fashions for wearing specially m the morning, m the afternoon, and then m the evening. Where the dress trade is the very life blood of a city, I suppose this extravagance is all part of the

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CUES ACROSS 3 How aromatic coins are made? Like Shakespeare's men who 4 jj^ j part of France !"«<v many parts, they, too, for this <4>. nave their entrances (9). 6 Hannv'filline (7) 6 Child's bed begins a sort ot J TrSd^ic" with an end m sight iiou.se (3). ir\

MURDER on a road [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MURDER on a road EDWARD HYAMS I FACT OR FICTION? I t i 1 by •ANOTHER STORY BY A lIIUMI I lIMMMMMMIIMIIIMI Famous writer which iihiimiiimmii inn i iniiiiiiHi iiiini ii iiiiiii 111 iii Him AGAIN PUTS THE QUESTION: IMIIHI ,l.||IIIIIIIIIIIMIlMIIMIItlllllllllllllli;»MHM lIMIIHHIIIIIIIM I [did it happen? THE answer to yesterday's

'Empties' embarrassed this 'waiter' [ARTICLE]

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'Empties' embarrassed this 'waiter' I>ROBLEM at the gardon party given by Sir Claude Corea, the Ceylon High Commissioner, and his wife at their home m Kensington, London, was where to put the empty glasses. Borne people hid theirs under th<- rase bushe.s Mr. Gwilym Lloyd Gr-orgr, the Home .Secretary, acted

EVA wants to play straight drama now [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EVA wants to play straight drama now THOMAS WISEMAN says t AM a changed £irl, says Eva Bartok. I say I am sorry to hear it. I liked her as she was Without the old Miss Bartok. her fiances, her husbands and her hats, show-business would be a duller business.

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Neither side vulnerable East dealer gOUTH staited moaning as soon u.s the bidding was over "How n? i l oxx d 0 that to me?"' he demanded of North. "You gave me the choice of P' a gng the hand below game or getunp to a slam. If

THIS TAG MAY BRING HER STARDOM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THIS TAG MAY BRING HER STARDOM WHEN you're behind the 8-ball you're out of luck; but if you've been named "Miss 8-Ball" by the Greater Los Angeles Press Clvb well, that's just about the biggest piece of Juck that can happen to an up and coming player. Charlotte Austin, named

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Barrow and Bury bid for Quigley [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Barrow and Bury bid for Quigley TWO CLUBS WANT EDDIE Q U I G L E V BLACKBURN ROVERS' INSIDELEFT. Barrow, who want him as player-manager, have made the biggest offer m their history. Bury, for whom he has previously appeared, want him as a player. Quiglcy has re-signed for

S.I.T. BEAT ROBINSONS [ARTICLE]

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S.I.T. BEAT ROBINSONS Mnffftpon improvement Trust SC beat Hooln-son B.C. 2-1 In a IOCCei liW'ndly at Farrrr Park yesterday. V. J. Da&s and S. R. S. Naidu scored lor SIT. and Ah Kiat for i

Hull want Mannion fee returned [ARTICLE]

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Hull want Mannion fee returned JOHN CAMKIN By IN DECEMBER HULL CITY PAID MIDDLESBROUGH f:r>.ooo fok v/tlf mannion. :i'> YKAH OLD ENGLAND INSIDK FORWARD. NOW HULL WILL ASK MIDDLESBOROUGH TO RETURN THAT CHKQUE For two months Hull had to P• > VAgei to a player who could not play for

Battery-loaded saddle was flown in from N.Z. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Battery-loaded saddle was flown in from N.Z. CHEVELEY By (writing m the Melbourne Herald) NKW ZEALAND RACEHORSE OWNER, MR. G. CHRISTMAS HAS BEEN BARRED FROM RACING HORSES IN AUSTRALIA. This decision follows the successful appeal of leading Sydney jockey Athol Mulley m Brisbane, when there were revelations of a battery-loaded

T. PAKU SCHOOL SPORTS JULY 27 [ARTICLE]

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T. PAKU SCHOOL SPORTS JULY 27 rE Telok Paku School, Changi will be holding their annual athletic sports I at the school ground on Wednesday. July 27 at 4 p.m. Lady F. j. ftenangei will 'iiivc away the prizca. i

This Ascot attempt misfired badly [ARTICLE]

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This Ascot attempt misfired badly JONATHAN By rE DAY I WENT TO ASCOT IT WAS NEARLY A CAbjb OF WHAT THE WELL-DRESSED MAN WASN'T WEARING. My hired trousers were tight round the waist so I unia.stened them and lolled m unbuttoned ease m my hired car. At the entrance to

Belsham in dazzling form as RAF beat Army [ARTICLE]

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Belsham in dazzling form as RAF beat Army MAKING THEIR FIRST \PPEARANCE IN THK \TKR-SERVICES SOCCER H\MPIONSHIP AT SELETAR VFSTFRDAY, RAF SCORED A CONVINCING 5-1 VICTORY OVER ARMY. WHO HAD BEATEN NAVY 2-1 IN THEIR LAST FIXTURE RAF's victory by such a wide ir oin was made easy by the

SURREY RACE TO TWO-DAY VICTORY OVER GLAMORGAN [ARTICLE]

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SURREY RACE TO TWO-DAY VICTORY OVER GLAMORGAN A bad day for Yorkshire SURREY RACED TO ANOTHER TWO-DAY VICTORY YESTERDAY WHICH PUT THEM FURTHER AHEAD AT THE TOP OF THE COUNTY CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP TABLE. THEY ARE NOW 16 POINTS AHEAD OF YORKSHIRE WITH TWO MATCHES IN HAND. Their latest victims were

WEIGHTS FOR 14 PENANG RACES [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHTS FOR 14 PENANG RACES Cl. 1, Div. 1-6 F. Man About Town 9.00 Krakatoa 8.13 Enjoyment II 8.12 Bliss Fire 8.11 Rubber Exporter 8.10 Broadside 8.08 Kentucky Pride 8.04 Amusement II 8.t3 Star Signal 8.01 Two Vermouths 8.00 Willy L 7.13 Coralita 7.12 Farnley 7.11 Earthquake 7.11 F. Christmas

ROYAL HUNT CUP FINISH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ROYAL HUNT CUP FINISH The finish of the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot with Mr. J. 8. Gerber's 50-1 outsider Nicholas Nickleby (No. 21 on extreme left), ridden by YV Soaith, winning by a short head from Mr. A. J. Thomas's 11-2 favourite Coronation Year (No. 9), ridden by

JAP STUDENT IN FASTEST SWIM [ARTICLE]

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JAP STUDENT IN FASTEST SWIM fWENTY- YEAR -OLD Tsukasa x Ohno of Nlhon University, Tokyo, yesterday splashed his way to a brilliant 18.29.4 mln. for the 1,500 meters freestyle, the fastest time registered for the event m the world this year. The young .swimmer's performance came on the first day

ALEXANDRA Will [ARTICLE]

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ALEXANDRA Will Alexandra Football Club made sure of the SAP. A. Div 3B championship when they defeated Sprlnjfdalc 1-0 through a penalty taken by Osman tn a key match played at C.V.M.A. ground yesterday.

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LOADER, STATHAM WRECK AFRICANS [ARTICLE]

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LOADER, STATHAM WRECK AFRICANS All out for 171, but are well m fight as England lose 2 for 25 JMGLAND dismissed South Africa for 171 and then J lost two first innings wickets for 25 runs on the opening day of the fourth cricket Test at Headingley yesterday. The South

FLOWER BEAT MAYBUD B.P. [ARTICLE]

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FLOWER BEAT MAYBUD B.P. ftuwm Hl' beat Maybud B.P. by 5-2 Ifl a return game of badminton. Results i Flower players mentioned Bnfl Btagtee: Quek Koon Chye lost to Willie Lee 13-18. 15-12, 12-I.')-. Edroi b.ir Jaeeph Cloii 13-1 f>, 15-H. 15-7; Lee Hi, in CbUa *> eal Bernard Lim

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD soi tii \ikk i ist pmtwoi MrCitew Me In tyre b Loadrr 23 <, odd.tr d b IxMUler I k.-Uh Mclnlyre b Loader M m,. I, b Bailey McLean < May b Loader 41 W^itr run out YV inflow b Statham I ml.- 1 ii Slatham I iv I.

Churchill and hunch went flop [ARTICLE]

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Churchill and hunch went flop |>tNTERS put two and mT two together and got a tip yesterday when Sir Winston Churchill paid a surprise visit to the Kempton Park race track. The former British Prime Minister had for several years urged international talks at the "highest level' and such talks

SOUTH PACIFIC IS TOPWEIGHT [ARTICLE]

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SOUTH PACIFIC IS TOPWEIGHT SOUTH PACIFIC has been made topweight at 9.0 m a field of 15 Class 1, Div. 1 stayers for the Penang Gold Cup race to be run over I*4 miles on the last day, Aug. 6, of the Penang Turf Club August Bank Holiday Meeting. No

SINGAPORE-KUALA LUMPUR CYCLE RACE CALLED OFF [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE-KUALA LUMPUR CYCLE RACE CALLED OFF Till ■!.-,n Mills PHILLIPS CYCLE RACE FROM SINGAPORE TO KI'ALA LUMPUR TO BE HELD FROM JULY 30 TO AUG. 1. HAS MSN CALLED OFF. This was derided by the officials of the Singapore Cycle Racing Association, the organisers, owing to In- i sufficient entile*.

'PUFF-PUFF' PUFFED [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'PUFF-PUFF' PUFFED photo. GORDON PIRIE the ace British distance runner, is helped off the track by a steward and Mr. Jack Crump, secretary of the British Athletic Board, after he collapsed during the six-mile race at the White City at the British AAA meeting. The race was won by Ken

REES TO SKIPPER RYDER CUP TEAM [ARTICLE]

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REES TO SKIPPER RYDER CUP TEAM Dai Rees of Wales has been appointed captain of the British Ryder Cup golf team to meet the United States at Thunderbird Ranch. Palm Springs. In November. The 42-year-old former matcti play champion has been a member of every Ryder Cup team since 1937.

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SOCCER COMMUNITY LEAGUE: Indonesians v Royal Air Force, Jalan Besar. LEAGUE, DIV. 2A: Tampenis Rover, v S.R.C., S.C.C. padang; DIV. 2B: S.H.B. Police v Balestier United. M.F.A. rround; YMSA v S II X Recs., Farrer Park. SBHFA LEAGUE AND CUP: "A": S.T.C. v T. 4 N.. S.T.C. ground. "D" X.P.M.