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The Singapore Free Press, 25 July 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. IT'IX. Singapore, Mon.. July 25. 1955. Price 15 Cts

Co-driver story is nonsense, says Duke -in two papers [ARTICLE]

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Co-driver story is nonsense, says Duke -in two papers TfflWQ newspapers m London yesterday published denials by the 19-year-old Duke of Kent of a report that bis cousin, Queen Elizabeth, has ordered that he must not drive alone m future. The report was published m a Sunday newspaper after the

SET FONG FREE, SAYS GOVERNOR [ARTICLE]

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SET FONG FREE, SAYS GOVERNOR rjPHE Singapore Government is 1 to release the secretary 01 the Singapore Bus Workers' Union, Fong Swee Suan, who was arrested recently under the Emergency Regulations. He was among trade unionists arrested during the recent strikes. A statement issued this morning said the objections raised

Floods—and more rain [ARTICLE]

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Floods— and more rain Low-lying areas of Singapore were flooded this morning after four hours of torrential rain. A Meteorological Department spokesman told the Free Press that just over four inches of rain was recorded from 4 a.m. to 7,30 a.m. He said the skies were down°ast and it seemed

RUBBER FIRM [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER FIRM The price of rubber m Singapore continued to rise when the market opened this morning with first 'prade, August shipment at $1.34 V 4 a tb.. one cent above last Saturday's close. The opening tone was firm.

Terrorists blast 'phone stations [ARTICLE]

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Terrorists blast 'phone stations TROUBLE SPOTS TERRORISTS last night blew X up five telephone relay stations m Saigon, half a mile from the area where electric transformers were blasted on Friday. Police said there were no casualties. After the explosions South Vietnam army tanks and police jeeps rushed to the

Bomb blast in cabaret [ARTICLE]

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Bomb blast in cabaret A BOMB exploded last night m an open air cabaret m Famagusta, Cyprus. The 80 occupants, including some British families, ran for shelter. All escaped injury. The manageress saw the bomb, with its fuse lit, fall under a table. She screamed "look out, bomb and the

FIRES BUT NO DAMAGE [ARTICLE]

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FIRES BUT NO DAMAGE TERRORISTS started a number of fires m and around i Casablanca last night, causing considerable damage but no casualties A home made bomb exploded outside a restaurant on the Rabat-Casablanca road early yesterday causing heavy damage. In Marrakesh, almost all Arab shops had closed down by

HOLIDAY GUIDE [ARTICLE]

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HO LIDAY GUIDE {< A MEW If-ftfC HOLIDAY GLIDE, full of useful m forma- A tion and helpful suggestions to assist you m planning (< your next holiuay, whether it is m Malaya or over i< seas will be published with tomorrow's Free Press. 5 Male', sure of getting the

MARSHALL AND the FREE PRESS [ARTICLE]

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MARSHALL AND the FREE PRESS THE Chief Minister. Mr. David Marshall, today asked the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Mr. (i. E. N. Oehlers, to examine whether a report m the Singapore Free Press amounted to a breach of privilege. Mr. Marshall attacked the report, which appeared m last Friday's

Stormy debate [ARTICLE]

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Stormy debate TRANSFER POWER NOW, SAYS PROGRESSIVE AT the resumed debate on the constitutional crisis In the Legislative Assembly today, Mr. Lim Khoon Teck (Progressive) sprang a surprise by introducing an amendment which asked the British Government to transfer power to the people Immediately. The debate which followed was marred

Lunch for one —one sheep [ARTICLE]

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Lunch for one —one sheep Gora Singh, the 542-lb. Indian wrestler, will eat his 60-lb. sheep on the green m front oi Singapore's Victoria Theatre at 1.10 p.m. today, weather permitting. If there is more rain before noon, he will postpone his lunch till 4. M p.m.

TALKS TO PREVENT STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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TALKS TO PREVENT STRIKE TALKS are understood to b«' going on behind the scenes to avert the strike threatened by 10.000 workers of the Singapore City Council. The strike notice was handed m last Wednesday. EfTorts are being made to arrange a formal meeting be- tween the Federation of City

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U.K. PAPER ON Marshall's flamboyant temper [ARTICLE]

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U.K. PAPER ON Marshall's flamboyant temper rtpHE Ma ter Guardian J fi U rda it •Mr Day (i Marshall, the < Minister m Singapore, i pro bably rij-ht m thinking that tix pri sent type ol conitltu tlon iii tin cannot liave a very long 111 Th<- constitutional crl Sin

IKE SPEAKS OF 'THIS NEW WORLD FRIENDSHIP' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IKE SPEAKS OF 'THIS NEW WORLD FRIENDSHIP' Pt^ as Big Four go home PHESWI i... <n*. i d triumphantly to Waj from 0-t ing tliat the v. Fouj confen pi lv idence oi n iendlin< j me President, who will report to the nation it night on tiie Geneva DM

India cuts link [ARTICLE]

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India cuts link Indian Premier Jawaharlal Nehru is expected to announce a "bold new step" today concerning Portuguese India. Meanwhile, all railway traffic between India and the Portuguese colony of Goa is being suspended from today.

The Pope's Secret Chamberlain dies [ARTICLE]

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The Pope's Secret Chamberlain dies Monsignor Sivilio Galvao, Secret Chamberlain to the Pope and curate of Rui Barbosa parish m Hahia state, Brazil, has died of a skull fracture suffered when he collapsed m the street on his to the way Eucharastic Congress.— A. P.

SHOP ROBBED [ARTICLE]

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SHOP ROBBED I Two men walked into a cof- fee shop m Mosque Street, Singapore, this morning and i robbed the proprietor of $100.

Red China has army of 4,500,000 [ARTICLE]

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Red China has army of 4,500,000 RED CHINA now has an army of 4,500,000, the National- Ist news agency Record Press said m Taipeh yesterday. j It said 1,570,000 men were drafted into the Red forces last year. The news agency said these figures were announced by Communist Chinese Defence

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Tallulah thanked by British dog-lovers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tallulah thanked by British dog-lovers rirM.MI.AH Bankhead's I recent protest against Britain's stringent quarantine regulations for doss raised an echo of support m the columns „i the London Sunday Times yesterday. Colonel C. Rocfce wrote lo the newspaper to express the thanks of countless dog-lovers to the American actress. Miss

COOL WINDS COME TO THE RESCUE [ARTICLE]

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COOL WINDS COME TO THE RESCUE RESIDENTS of the Northeastern United States begetting some relief yesterfrom the searing heat that ranged m many cases between 90 md 100 degrees Fahrenheit, Col Canadian air pushed southward dropping temperatures by as much as 10 or 15 "es. Another cool front In the

TATTERED FLAG CUT TO RED VISITORS IN U.K. [ARTICLE]

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TATTERED FLAG CUT TO RED VISITORS IN U.K. ruHREE Russian coalminers, who are touring England were yesterday presented with a tattered banner which once earned for a Durham village the name "Little Moscow." The banner which bears the portraits of Lenin, Marx and the British Socialist Keirhardie, was used by

MPs in Jamaica [ARTICLE]

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MPs in Jamaica A group of British Members of Parliament which is touring British Caribbean territories have arrived m Kingston from British Guiana.- A.P.

VILLAGERS STAY ON IN LAVA PATH [ARTICLE]

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VILLAGERS STAY ON IN LAVA PATH TWO narrow streams of lava were slowly advancing a the flank of the Mount t volcano last night but police said there was no danger yet to two villages standing m their path less than half a mile below. The 1.700 inhabitants of Milo

Seven children die as home blazes [ARTICLE]

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Seven children die as home blazes PARENTS AT PARTY ■-jeven children, all members of one family, were burnt to death m a lire that destroyed a small liana house m Hull, near Quebec yesterday. The parents ol the children. Mr. Aldoria Lallrin, 44, and his 43-year old wife, were attending

DETECTIVES IN SWIMSUITS ARREST FOUR [ARTICLE]

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DETECTIVES IN SWIMSUITS ARREST FOUR ABILITY to blend with their background like chameleons helped a 12-men patrol to break up an extortion racket m Chicago on Saturday night. A trap was laid at the North Avenue Beach by detectives under Lieutenant Frank Pape. Most of them wore swimming trunks as

Sunday suicide [ARTICLE]

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Sunday suicide Panamanian Charge d'All'airos Podolfo Estripeaut committed suicide m La Paz, Bolivia, yes- terday A. P.

'THANK YOU' IN TEOCHEW [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'THANK YOU' IN TEOCHEW "THANK If OU" speech m Teethe** t»> Mr. I) ll.tvhurst. (left) shipping manager of the Kniilsen I. inc. was applauded by his firm's 115 guests at a dinner at the In Ton| Restaurant. Happy World. .Singapore on Saturday night. Mr. 11. B. Van Praagh. director of

Egypt releases troopship [ARTICLE]

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Egypt releases troopship EGYPTIAN port authorities J yesterday released the troopship Anna Salen, which was ordered to stop near Suez on Saturday after guards were alleged to have fired on deserting Foreign Legionnaires jumping from the ship, killing one and wounding two. The release followed night- long representations by thei

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The Singapore Free Press MONDAY, July 25, 1955. Opinion FIRST STEPS TO PEACE [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press MONDAY, July 25, 1955. Opinion FIRST STEPS TO PEACE r riiE Geneva conference has succeeded There ha.s been agreement on all points. Even a Russian spokesman .said:! "The conference has, come to a victorious I m m c dial c reaction throughout the world is an

Birth of a slogan [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Birth of a slogan EUGENE LE VIN Reds fathered the "Five Principles" which are now guiding India's foreign policy by 4 MRAINCHILD ol I Chinese Communists, baptised by IndoPremier, has become the cornerstom India's foreign policy ol non-alignment m the Cold War. Premier Nehru ot tndia, has adopted the "Panch

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber V. 1 1 ,^77T^^n?Tv?^'^!^ DR. STRABISMUS (Whom God Preserve is experimenting with a plane that can only travel at walking pace. His theory is that a bombing raid by these planes would upset all the defensive arrangements of an enemy. The fast fighterplanes, twisting, diving, and

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley By UJ/E have it that the W Minister of Health, Mr. A. J. Braga will perially listen m at that annual conference of the International Planned Parenthood Federation m Tokyo m October. This was not confirmed by the Singapore Family Planning Association which announced, however, that

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TOUCHING UP HER PRIZE CAKE FOR THE ARMY COOKING CONTEST [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOUCHING UP HER PRIZE CAKE FOR THE ARMY COOKING CONTEST SERGEANT M. TAYLOR, leader of the Eastern WRAC Unit competition team who were runners-up to the winning Southern Command team, puts the finishing touches to a chocolate mould. The sailor doll m the foreground is her mascot.

INDIA STUDIES SUGARCANE WASTE USE [ARTICLE]

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INDIA STUDIES SUGARCANE WASTE USE THE industrial impor- tance of sugarcane waste was stressed by three Government of India officials when they arrived from Indonesia at Singapore's Kallang Airport. The officials were Mr. Gopala Krishnan, Joint Secretary to the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Mr. Lai Singh, president of the

Warships will call at Penang [ARTICLE]

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Warships will call at Penang Two ships of the Indian Navy, Cauvery and Tir, will call at Penang on their way back to India from a vLsit to Indonesia. Tlie ships will be open to visitors On July il between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Now the dairy village has run out of milk [ARTICLE]

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Now the dairy village has run out of milk RIDICULOUS —LAD V A. THERE is NO bus service, NO shop, and NO pub at Loddington (pop. 99) m Leicestershire. And now there is NO MILKMAN either. That means that villagers, who have four dairy farms on their doorstep, have to

102 attempts at new 'gin trap' [ARTICLE]

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102 attempts at new 'gin trap' The committee seeking a substitute for the gin trap have examined 102 prototypes or designs. Mr. Heathcoat Amory Minister of Agriculture, told the Commons. Seventeen had been selected for field trials, and one or two traps showed promise of replacing the gin.

No licence [ARTICLE]

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No licence Wong Ah Shin, a bus conductor, was fined $25 m the Magistrate's Court, Johore Bahru, yesterday for riding a motor cycle without a driving licence. He was also disqualified from holding a licence for one year.

S'PORE PLANES FOR BIG SEA EXERCISE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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S'PORE PLANES FOR BIG SEA EXERCISE RAF. SOA- d.c r 1 and flying boat No. 205 209 Squadron bai ed m Singapore ar*' to fly to Ceylon m August to tak** Dart m the maritime exercise m which four Commonwealth nations will tak<- part. The Sund«rlands will De joined by

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The pot-girl who became an empress [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The pot-girl who became an empress C. D. T. BAKER-CARR THIS CINDERELLA HAD NO FAIRY GODMOTHER by '■THERE are still girls who cherish the hope of meeting a dashing young prince, though to-day such dreams may be modified slightly tv accept the possibility of someone not of the blood royal,

A KNIFE FLASHES IN COMMONS [ARTICLE]

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A KNIFE FLASHES IN COMMONS A •SOCIALIST MP. brandished i knife m the House of Conn- and < arned a sham rebuke from the Speaker. The M was Mr. Harnett J. inner 1 1 N W.) He wa.\ apt King of th* sale prinfj knives being earrssd by teen-age I

Garden party at Buckingham Palace [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Garden party at Buckingham Palace MESS MARGARET i among the guests at a n party held early this m the grounds of ickinghan Palace. She •I white dress decorated with green polka dots and a wide-brimmed coolie hat. There were 7,000 guests at the party, held m brilliant sunshine. Picture

Flag to make car racing safer [ARTICLE]

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Flag to make car racing safer A Special new blue-and-yellOW striped race-track warning flag Will be tried out Rt the Royal Automobile Club T.T. race on the Dundrod Clr- uit near Belfast on Sept. 17. It will indicate to drivers of fast cars the pre.,, nee f slower machines ahead

DANGER TO CALL-UP BOYS [ARTICLE]

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DANGER TO CALL-UP BOYS THE British Army should stop i suing prophylactics to National Service men. For it has always been known they encourage men to indulge m sexual promiscuity. So .says the Association for Moral and Social Hygiene m a report to a committee Investigating laws on prostitution and

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Round about SINGAPORE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Round about SINGAPORE ./m./, (Left): MARRIED but a few hours when this picture was 'taken, newly-weds Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mum, toast each other's future m the lounge of a Singapore hotel before leaving on their honeymoon for an undisclosed destination. Mr. Munz is with the East Asiatic (ti.

IT WAS A DOUBLE BIRTHDAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IT WAS A DOUBLE BIRTHDAY (Below): LEANING away from the flames m the dish being served at a Saturday night celebration supper is Mrs. F. A. Hare, wife of a director of R»nms<m whose birthday it was. Helping himself to the lan and also wary about the flames is Mr.

AFTER THE RACE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AFTER THE RACE (Above): TIME for a cigarette and a friendly iahvtc*-. "pow-wow before supper and "conferring m llie lounge of a Singapore hotel are Capt. F..1. White of Malayan Airways, Mrs. White. Capt A. (lark E of the Straits Steamship Co., and (apt. R. Winn. who had just flown

Will the methodists win their point on divorce? [ARTICLE]

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Will the methodists win their point on divorce? CHARLES WINTOUR V**m* Ihe 13 sggy. there run be a seroniß bssiiii sciffe m ehurrh By 4N MtonUhlng new development In the tattoos betwt en tin* Chinch ol England and the free churchea ha.s taken place In the ia-st fr.'. weeks. 'Hie

BUILDING SHIPS THE SQUARE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BUILDING SHIPS THE SQUARE WAY A British firm has solved the problem of how to beat the f; rmans at building ships quicker and cheap r. The answer: Square hips. And the first square ship a harbour tug for Aden has be n l tunched on Tyneside. Above the water-line

This plan failed to stop polio [ARTICLE]

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This plan failed to stop polio QUARANTINING of people who have been m contact with .cases of poliomyelitis has not stopped the disease spreading m a test carrled out by the Public Health. Laboratory, It is disclosed. The Health Ministry had high hope, that polio outbreaks might be held m

London busy but so lonely [ARTICLE]

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London busy but so lonely IDON*B civilisation reminds the Rev. Hand ricar of «t Barnabas. South- Id ot the civilisation of the anthill or beehive efficient and hard working from the it or view but not very •J." odon a io lane thai i i. nd< n -v world 1

They fly in a river of air [ARTICLE]

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They fly in a river of air AMERICAN military civilian pilots are ti forming the mightiest current of all. known a jet stream, into an i highway across the Pacific The stream is a livi I air. three miles d» i four hundred miles ai that rushes eastward above the

IN S'PORE'S GARDEN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IN S'PORE'S GARDEN picture MR JOHN W. PURSEGLOVE, director of the Botanic GaTdens, examines a portion of twisted liana m the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve These vines grow to the height of Ihe tallest forest trees, beta* soaseti-aes as thick as s pythssi and providing aerial passage for monkeys. Free

Artificial cooling does no harm [ARTICLE]

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Artificial cooling does no harm says the SINGAPORE DOCTOR k IR CONDITIONING A n as many adherents there are also others arc against it. The r believe that a perwho enters an air- (incUt ioned place feels and that he will ,onsequence be liable to contract a respiratory infection. This

These doctors demand a new deal [ARTICLE]

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These doctors demand a new deal RITCHIE McEWEN by LX)R the first time m 1 seven years. Austria is threatened with a major strike cf doctors. The country's 1 ),000 doctors are m fact to go on strike unless their fivepoint programme to give them a better deal under the

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THAT STOWAWAY FROM RIO [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THAT STOWAWAY FROM RIO FLORENCE A. KILPATRICK by EE MRS. KILPATRICK, the humorous writer and SB novelist, with more than 40 novels, seven plays =^r SS and innumerable articles to her credit, has a mania EEE for travel. Many of her books have an African SS EEEE background. Paradise Ltd.,

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DID IT HAPPEN? The answer will I* given tomorrow

You're PAID to KEEP your wire at home [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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You're PAID to KEEP your wire at home TREVOR EVANS brings news from France to set fathers arguing too i HAVE just come back I norn a land where y pay you cash to -your wife at home. me to think of it. ver simplifying the tion What the French

BUT NOBODY WANTED THAT CRUISE DOWN THE RIVER [ARTICLE]

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BUT NOBODY WANTED THAT CRUISE DOWN THE RIVER Jj^ORTY punts were tied up by onf of the Cambridge bridges m case students attending the eight-hour ball at Trinity College wanted to no lor a river trip during thr night But it wai too cold for their partners. Porters were posted

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l l*P»9 ;o i HM fi-JTBlF""" I*4 1 _B__________l mmmmmmi --—-J*" PM ?r^^l *\*\*V^ I I CLUES ACROSS C Vexatioas having a Russian coin methlng to pour gas, cash (11). into (ID. 7 Hardly the quadruped to win Traina that do not run (8). the Derby m ones spare tune

Greet the 'little people' on this bridge [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Greet the 'little people' on this bridge WILLIAM HICKEY pays a visit to the Isle of Man and hoars about those fairies COME weekends ago I O was m Oslo, looking at the Ion*;, hlaek ships m which thr Vikings used to sail the se is. Sine- th< n I

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand T»HIS cic ii, originally published m the Bridge World Magazine some time bark, ls an excellent example of one of the advantages nf the Blackwood Pour-Five NoTrump Convention that Ls lost because most players don't know the rule. Th« convention has been criticised <correctly) as losing value when

Jody learns the hard way [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jody learns the hard way HAROLD HEFFERNAN by -CHEESECAKE IS ESSENTIAL PART OF ST Af BOOSTING UTILITY, a word broueht into fresh minence recently by a -na m c television eri isn't easily atLb le, one young Hollywood actress has reason .-.now. Bhe is Jody Lawrance, who couple of years

Memory in mink [ARTICLE]

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Memory in mink |o\\ CRAWFORD, who ♦I has had everything, including babies, named after her, now will be immortalized m mink. Film fur designer Al Teitelbauni recently cornered a new strain of mink developed by Illinois breeders and promptly named it Crawford Blue. "This is my way of saykn| thanks

It's what's BEHIND a name that COUNTS [ARTICLE]

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It's what's BEHIND a name that COUNTS ()VER, at a Hollywood studio, they made a Picture with the improble title of "Bow Tamely To Me." But title had to go. «Decially at this studio where they change titles the drop of an execuiv f''s whim. So they reeled it to

WON'T YOU SIGN FOR LIBERACE? [ARTICLE]

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WON'T YOU SIGN FOR LIBERACE? I AVF it to pianist Liberace to engineer the surprise switches, to the set of his Sincerely Yours," at a HollyJ*;ood studio, find him ingralatmglv asking for their autographs, •ttt* an introduction, he turns on that small-boy smile and asks won't they please write their

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He is in Britain looking for a title [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He is in Britain looking for a title .y P^^^^r^^ r. sITCIU. ORRESPONDI N I 1" \C II morning :it {0 sharp Vj .1 tnrlj haired Basrtli s< Ulan-ier goes trotting slang Me.isier run i ich evening at 8p m iharp he goes Into tl mnaslum H i and pumrnelj

DROBNY WINS SINGLES TITLE [ARTICLE]

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DROBNY WINS SINGLES TITLE Jaroslav Drobny of Keypt brushed ofl Australia' i Jack Ark-install 8-2, (i-2, 6 l to i.n the men's single title of the Intel national tennis tournament si Brlangen, Ottmany, y»terday. Arkin [tall later teamed up with nil fellow countryman E Howt t<> win the nu'iv doublet

TRABERT ROUTS VIC SEIXAS [ARTICLE]

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TRABERT ROUTS VIC SEIXAS I I ibei i nrarmed ;ill <>\er his ti s i>;r.; i cup teammate Vie terdsy al Philadelphia to win the sSth Pennsylvania lawn tennii men In i champion; bin In 6-1, 6 2 A. P.

Dutch girl beats world record [ARTICLE]

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Dutch girl beats world record i Holland »><•.. l the n n i rd for mi i' Utrti lit o minutes 'J hi ord <»f *jn mil bed t>v the h Klrl li.ivuhild li.' :ei In I*4l Reuter

Pirie may partner Chataway in 3 miles [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pirie may partner Chataway in 3 miles PQRDOM IMKIi: IS I.IKKI.Y TO FABTNEB CHRIS (lI ITAWAV FOB THK THBEE MILES K.AC I. IN BRITAIN S MATCH A«AINST _GEBMANY Al LONDON'S WHITE ITT THE MAT WEEK END. I rather the selectors are satisfied that lines running will be none the worse

His interest in record run was scientific [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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His interest in record run was scientific DONALD CAMPBELL WHO ON SATURDAY BROKE THK WORLD RECORD, WILL NOT HAKE ANOTHER TRIAL RUM IN HIS TRURO lET BOAT BLUEBIRD AS PLANNED. He said that signs of "very heavy leading" has been found on the boat's surface after the record-making run. "Until

IT'S THE SPIRIT THAT COUNTS IN CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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IT'S THE SPIRIT THAT COUNTS IN CRICKET LEN H uft on, Maurice Ley-' land, Herbert Sutcllffe and Otbet cricket personalities yesterday attended tile unveilin at Thlrak, Yorkshire, of a Plaque cernrnernoratlng the binh thert 200 year ago <>i Thoma. Lord, founder oi hords cricket ground. I Lord Cobham. President of

BUKIT TIMAH RACE FINISHES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BUKIT TIMAH RACE FINISHES picture. SPECIAL FEATURE (Mr. Donaldson) winning the Deleted Racehorses Handicap (Cl. 2-7f) m Race Two at Bukit Timah -^n Siturdiy. Second is Civil Lord (Mr. Wheeler). GREYBOY (Haji Lind) winning the hardaea u>»*. Gl.) event hree I'rtss

The ref was too lenient in a rough and tumble... [ARTICLE]

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The ref was too lenient in a rough and tumble... T,V ONE OF THE ROUGHEST SAFA LEAGUE MATCHES I SEEN AT JALAN BESAR STADIUM FOR A LONG TIME, ARGONAUTS DEFEATED RADIN MAS RAMBLERS 5-2 TO TAKE THE LEAD IN THE DIV. 2A. Argonauts and Fathui Kario each have 20 point*

Howard lost his special spikes, lost his chance [ARTICLE]

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Howard lost his special spikes, lost his chance RALPH BLAKEMAN Inter-services athletics highlights By IN SPITE OF BAD CONDITIONS UNDERFOOT, C XI si I) RY 1 HEAVY RAIN ON A GROUND THAT DOES NOT DRY OUT VERY WELL. SOME FIRST-CLAIM PERFORMANCES WERE PIT IP BY SERVICES ATHLETES AT SELETAR ON

SWIFT'S SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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SWIFT'S SPORTS Swift Athletes Association will hold their fourth annual championships on August II at the Victoria School ground at -30 p.m. Ilea Us will be run ofl tomorrow, beginning at 5 pm, on St. JoSSDh Institution ground, for the 100 ftlOt and 220 yards seniors, and the 100 yard*,

18-year-old reserve beats Lew Hoad in straight sets [ARTICLE]

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18-year-old reserve beats Lew Hoad in straight sets DAVIS CUP: |> >\\u> MOREIRO, 18-YEAR-v OLD BRAZILIAN RESERVE. 'OVIIIED A MAJOR UPSET OF JORM ON SATURDAY, WHEN DEFEATED AUSTRALIAN J E IKW HOAD, IN STRAIGHT > 0N t THK THIRD D AY OF niE STRAUA-BRAZIL AMERN ZONE SEMI-FINAL DAVIS TIE AT

RAF SCORE 5 [ARTICLE]

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RAF SCORE 5 The S.A. F.A. Junior division league matches yesterday resulted: Div. 2A: Royal Air Force beat Young Men's Muslim Association 5-0 at Farrer Park. Div 2B- Haikowyu beat Bukit Timah S.C. 1-0 at Clerical Union ground. Haikowyu's goal was ■cored by G. Chan Mr. 3A: Corinthians beat JollllacU

South China held 4-all [ARTICLE]

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South China held 4-all THE South Coast soccer team on Saturday gave the touring South China team the hardest match of Its Australian lour when they held tho visitors to a four-all dr%.w ln Sydney. The teams fOUCttt a hard battle from .stsjt to finish and at hai (time were

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. an l-Sfl hv four lengths from Film Fan (F/Lt Hood). Third is Rapid NO REGRETS (Col. Boyce) wins Race 4 (Hacks Div. 1-Jf. -by four lengi Red (Maj. Chester).- Free Press

115-run victory [ARTICLE]

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115-run victory R.A.F. Changi *A" beat Queens Royal Regiment by 115 runs m a cricket friendly at Changi ye^ r da> Changi "A": 154 for 7 (Pitman 51, Orifliss 50, Roper 17. Stepney 14* Lawrence 3-18 1. Qua I Broderick six for 10, Greenroyd two for five).

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Right-arm leg-spinning is becoming a lost art in English cricket [ARTICLE]

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Right-arm leg-spinning is becoming a lost art in English cricket BY JOHN DAVIS IV BECOMING X LOST MO IS HUM £WCKET trate I to hurl the tall f^^&^V tog tbe batamen tv aheet force rtjgg rather^ m y and'- r>n vithoul a ria jf-r and It Is a re ih

OVER HE GOES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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OVER HE GOES picture. .11 KOMI HENDEKSC c bars ."ift. H'in. to win ll high jump ut thc school > .nit on Saturday. Free Press

New openers for England [ARTICLE]

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New openers for England IjiNGLAND will try a new J opening pair m their second innings against South Africa m the fourth Test at Leeds. Peter May, the England captain said that he definitely would not retain the Frank Lowson -Trevor Bailey partnership which put on only 15 m the

Agars Plough wins Irish Oaks in photo [ARTICLE]

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Agars Plough wins Irish Oaks in photo ryiAJ victor IfcCalmonVs three-year-old iilly Agar* Plough, a 10-1 chance, won the Irish Oak.?, turf classic run over a mile and a half, m a photo finish with the Mahai 1 ani Sita Devi. Oaekwar of Borada's Ally Nile Bird at County Kildare

Wanderers held to a draw [ARTICLE]

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Wanderers held to a draw Wanderers and Indian Association drew m their S.C.A. Junior tournament (Section A) fixture at Woodsville yesterday. Wanderer s 183-7 dccl. (A. Anthonioz 15. *N. Pereira 28. C. Fernando 43. L'Estrange 30. D Miller 43 no., Narayanan 4-39. Desai 2-25). Indians 110-7 (Rasiklal 46. Sithawalla 17.

WEEKEND JUNIOR BADMINTON RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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WEEKEND JUNIOR BADMINTON RESULTS RESULTS of the opening ties -D the Singapore Badminton Associations junior tournament played at the Badminton Hall over the weekend are* SATURDAYS RESULTS Men's singles (first round): Long, Pong Kong (National) bt A. Hill j (Coronet) 15-9, 15-11; Long Pern Chan (National) bt Nordin Awang Chik

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