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The Singapore Free Press, 26 July 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya \u. 1 I.: 19. Singapore, Tues.. July 26, 1935. Price 15 Cls

The FREE PRESS AND MARSHALL [ARTICLE]

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The FREE PRESS AND MARSHALL J\ THE Legislative Assembh yesterday the Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall bluntly accused the Singapore Free Press of publishing "a malicious report." He was referring to the Free Press report on Friday of his opening remarks when the debate on the constitutional crisis began m

Saigon again shaken by terror blasts [ARTICLE]

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Saigon again shaken by terror blasts VINE explosions rocked the Saigon N residential district early today as orists struck for the third night out of four. On Sunday night terrorists blew up five telephone relay ma m a main residential of north Saigon. Electric transformers half a mile were blown

ASSEMBLY IS ADJOURNED [ARTICLE]

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ASSEMBLY IS ADJOURNED MARSHALL WARNS: The next meeting may be last THE meeting of the Legislative Assembly today was adjourned after ten-minutes question time until next Tuesday on a motion moved by the Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall, to give time to the Governor to reply to the constitutional crisis

Landslide kills 4 [ARTICLE]

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Landslide kills 4 POUR Chinese, Including a woman, are reported to have been killed m Macao yesterday m a landslide.

Two hostesses robbed [ARTICLE]

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Two hostesses robbed TWO dance hostesses were robbed by two men lurking on the stairs behind the girls' flat m Prince Charles Crescent, Singapore, .shortly after midnight. girls, Mok Yoke Mok Fong Ming, Isters, reported that robbers ook two gold wrist- watches i a gold bangle and $140 m cash.

U.S.-CHINA CONFERENCE BEGINS ON MONDAY [ARTICLE]

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U.S.-CHINA CONFERENCE BEGINS ON MONDAY Britain arranged latest talks 4 MBASSADORS of the United States and Communist China will meet m Geneva on Monday to discuss the return of 51 American prisoners the State Department announced m Washington yesterday. The ambassadors will also discuss certain other practical matters now &i

RUBBER STEADY [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STEADY The Singapore Rubber MarKet opened steadily this morning with first grade, August shipment, at $1.34 a lb. t onequarter cent above yesterday's close.

Pahang stayer's plea rejected [ARTICLE]

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Pahang stayer' s plea rejected BIDIN BIN KIA. 31. who was sentenced to death at the Raub assizes m February last year for the murder of a man named Mohammed Adan. at Ulu Tembe]in«. Pahang. asked the judicial committee of the Privy Cour-il yesterday for special leave to appeal against

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U.S. armed reserve [ARTICLE]

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U.S. armed reserve The US. House of Representatives passed and sent to the Senate yesterday a compromise bill to provide a military reserve of 2,900,000 men. Reuter

WELCOME BACK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WELCOME BACK picture. Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald, the Commissioner General, at X. ill. mi; Airport yesterday on his retarn from London. There to greet him was the Chief Minister, Mr. Marshall. Free Press

MAKE POLL-DAY A HOLIDAY IN MALAYA-M.P. [ARTICLE]

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MAKE POLL-DAY A HOLIDAY IN MALAYA-M.P. A LABOUR member, Mr. William Proctor, suggested m the House of Commons yesterday that election day m Malaya tomorrow should be a national holiday m the Federation. Mr. Henry Hopkinson, Minister of State for Colonial Affairs, replied: "It is for the Government of the

MPs in row over sale of destroyers [ARTICLE]

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MPs in row over sale of destroyers THERE was a roar of protest m the House of Commons yesterday when it was announced that Britain had sold two destroyers to Egypt. Conservative Patrick Maitland joined m Labour protests by complaining about the sale of arms to those who might turn

Egypt says sorry [ARTICLE]

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Egypt says sorry IfGYPT yesterday expressed <* regret over the shelling of the 6,224-ton British freighter Anshun at the entrance to the Gulf of Akaba on July 2.

German volunteers [ARTICLE]

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German volunteers The volunteers bill under which the West German Government will raise the first G.OOO volunteers towards its 500,000-strong forces became- law yesterday.- Reuter

Kremlin visit [ARTICLE]

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Kremlin visit Sir Seymour Howard, Lord Mayor of London, was received m Moscow yesterday by First Deputy Premier A. I. Mikoyan for informal talks m the Kremlin. A.P.

Too early yet for army service cut [ARTICLE]

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Too early yet for army service cut ]||R. FITZROY MacLEAN I" Under Secretary for War, said last night that no drastic reduction m Britain'^ two-year period of military conscription was possible at present. He was replying m the House of Commons to Mr. George Craddock, a Labour member who said

No relaxing of security measures, says Ike [ARTICLE]

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No relaxing of security measures, says Ike PRESIDENT Eisenhower yesterday insisted that Allied security measures must continue despite the hopeful development of Soviet willingness to discuss world problems. The White House press secretary said m a statement that he told Congressional leaders this willingness did not m itself justify and

Another move to avert big strike [ARTICLE]

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Another move to avert big strike REPRESENTATIVES of the Singapore City Council and the Federation of Labour Unions which has threatened to strike, are expected to meet at the Ministry of Labour tomorrow to discuss the possibility of a settlement. The Commissioner for Labour, Mr. D. I. Goodwin said the

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Governor to give new clinic a start [ARTICLE]

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Governor to give new clinic a start VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE By riHE Governor Sir 1 Kobert Black, will lay the foundation stone of a j "el- 5200,000 welfare 5 ?StfC lor SATA, to be b uilt on the site next to he clinic m Shenton Way, j I on Auffiist 9.

RIT'S HUSBAND STAYS ON [ARTICLE]

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RIT'S HUSBAND STAYS ON THE U.S. Justice Departx ment yesterday abandoned efforts to deport Argen--born crooner Dick Haymes, husband of film ir Rita Hayworth. A department spokesman id it had decided not to U against a ruling by Brunita Matthews that Haymea never left the ited States when he went

Double gamble—double loser [ARTICLE]

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Double gamble— double loser V WOMAN who lost every bet on the horses on her t visit to a race track yes- lOit her court case to over what she dropped Juslirp Harold Stevens, m Now York County Supreme Court, dismissed the suit and ruled that Miss Paula Aiello, 38,

COL. FORCED SOLICITOR TO TAKE OFF HIS PANTS [ARTICLE]

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COL. FORCED SOLICITOR TO TAKE OFF HIS PANTS Wanted to 'fly them m triumph' A MONOCLED ex-army oilicer told the Lewes (Sussex) Court yesterday that he forced an elderly solicitor to take off his trousers so that he could fly them m triumph from his flagpole. The soldier, Lt.-Col. Alfred

Fever shuts two hospitals [ARTICLE]

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Fever shuts two hospitals AN epidemic of glandular fever closed two of London's big hospitals yesterday and threatened to shut down three more. The hospitals which closed are the Royal Free, Kings Cross, where the outbreak started last Friday, and a branch hospital at Islington. Three other hospitals which exchange

IT—SWOOP—AND FANTAIL [ARTICLE]

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IT— SWOOP— AND F ANT AIL They an* the latest fashions A moulded bustline and a 1\ naturally fitted torso which clings round the hip.s and then flare.s to the hemline is the new silhouette decreed for autumn and winter by Mr. Norman Hartnell, the Queen's drewmaker, who opened his

Beavers aid in elections [ARTICLE]

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Beavers aid in elections I^HE Federation air service whOM headquarters is at Kuala Lumpur provided Beaver aircraft for convoying Federal election ofTieers promptly to their places at Kuala Trengganu. Dungun and Kemaman iChukai). Arrangements were personally supervised by Mr. Smith, the Federal elections officer, and Mr. E. 8. Webb of

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Opinion THE MARCH FORWARD [ARTICLE]

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Opinion THE MARCH FORWARD DONALD CAMPBELL'S dramatic dash into the unknown m the realm of .speed on water was no mere attempt on a world record or gratification of a whim for excitement or glory. As he sped on the surface of Lake Ullswater m his I turbo-jet Bluebird, attaining

I'M WELCOME! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I'M WELCOME! Rene MacColl Twice to Moscow m a year and by RENE MacCOLL has gone from London on his return visit to Moscow. In April, 1954, after waiting exactly one year for his visa, MacCoU went to the 1.5.5. R., stayed three months, travelled 10,000 miles inside Russia's closely

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Characters m the order of their beastliness. Faisleika Bukuvakab A Siamese adventuress. Lord Orphall Owner of Flying urbot. Elwin O. A stamp colBodge lector from Tasmania. Sudney Peppercorn A shipowner about town. Nita A woman (irovelling taxidermist. Wataru Uptu A Japanese carpet -beater. The scene throughout is

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Hot-day art sale goes haywire [ARTICLE]

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Hot-day art sale goes haywire a MAN fanned himself A with a catalogue to try to keep cool m Christies London saleroom and found himself with a 400-guinea picture on his handstor which he had not even made a bid. Auctioneer Sir Alec Martin realised what had happened a moment

Rotary meeting [ARTICLE]

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Rotary meeting Hie Police Secretary, Mr. r»eter Claque, will be the guest .speaker at tomorrow's luncheon Of the Singapore Rotary club at the Capitol Blue Room.

POLICE RAID A PARTY IN SCOTT'S SHIP [ARTICLE]

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POLICE RAID A PARTY IN SCOTT'S SHIP GUARD has been placed aboard Captain Scott's u .s ship, the Discovery following a police raid. She K. i vln at moorings by the Jna Embankment. Lon(•Oil, The police boarding party round a number of couples, among whom were American rTw men m

FAIRY TALE PRINCESS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FAIRY TALE PRINCESS PRINCESS ALEXANDRA, daughter of the Duchess of Kent, examines some French fairy tale books m the library of the Royal Foundation of Greycoat Hospital, Westminster, which the Princess opened. The hospital is now used as a girls' school.

BROTHERS FORGED A PERM [ARTICLE]

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BROTHERS FORGED A PERM But women found faults so they go to jail WHEN it comes to home perms and "endtissues" they are, of course, the province of the woman of the house. And if her hair won't curl, something has to happen. It happened at the Old Bailey, m

Blarney for America [ARTICLE]

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Blarney for America MORE than 1,000 Blarney stones are on their way to America. They were gathered at Blarney, County Cork, crated, and shipped m the Mauretania —to make a woman's crazy pavement.

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School concert The San Mm Middle School will hold its annual concert at the Great World amusement park at Teluk Anson on Au». fi at 7.30 p.m.

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Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. July 23. Previous Today Xl IlBt.R No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European Unquoted Unquoted Torts July Ki'BBKR No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European J74 buyers 38' s buyers Ports August 38 sellers 38 4 sellers ri ISBER No. 1 RSS Spot 38*2 buyers 39 buyers 39 Vi sellers

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. July 23. Previous Today Tin Straits spo( and nearby 99.00 nom. 98.87 nom. Tin futures July 97.50 bid 98.00 bid 98.50 as!«ed 99.00 asked August 95.75 bid 96.00 bid 96.75 asked 97.00 asked September 94.80 bid 94.65 bid 95.80 asked 95.60 asked TONE: Quiet. SALES:

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER shipment 40 v. Lampong spot 47*4. Awaiting release 47^. Afloats 47 x k to 46^. July 45 H. All sellers exdock. Above prices qtoted m U.S. cents per Ib. Sjx)t Malabar 47 1 -i Awaiting release 47 1 Afloats 47 Vj to 46 4. July 46. Sarawak spot

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. July 25. Previous Today 20 Industrials 464.69 468.02 20 Railroads 159.98 159.95 40 Domestic Bonds 99.67 99.68 15 Utilities 66.45 66.59 Cl Stocks Composite Average 168.09 168.80

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices July 25. Previous Today COPRA Philippines ci.f. VK /North European delivered weight P*r long ton July/ Aug. $183 sellers $183 sellers COPRA Philippines fob Manila m bulk, per long ion Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Straits ci.f. UK/North Kuropean delivered weight per £66% buyers £66 Ms buyers long

LEGAL AID? SOMETIMES IT COSTS THEM MORE [ARTICLE]

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LEGAL AID? SOMETIMES IT COSTS THEM MORE SOME people getting legal aid to take divorce or other proceedings m the High Court have been called on to pay more than they would have done by consulting a solicitor, the House of Commons has been told. Mr. Eric Fletcher (Soc, Islington

2 SMART BOYS [ARTICLE]

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2 SMART BOYS Smart detective work -^-praise from police TWO tow-haired boys went to bed one night last week chattering excitedly about the Mystery Parcel m the Rhubarb Patch. And of smugglers and loot and secret hiding places. But most of all of what the police told them— "That was

ASP accused of traffic offence [ARTICLE]

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ASP accused of traffic offence Colin Bell ASP. was charged In the Magistrate's Court. Johore Bahru, yesterday, with disobeying a traffic sign. He claimed trial and the case was adjourned.

HE SEARCHES FOR A 'CINDERELLA' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HE SEARCHES FOR A 'CINDERELLA' [ALAN UNDERWOOD. > shoe-fitting expert is > searching for a girl to rej place one of his models who has just left to fet married. The girl he wants must have size four feet, perfect bone structure, firm flesh and no deformities. The three girls

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THE KREUGER CRASH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE KREUGER CRASH C. D. T. Baker-Carr by THE WORM'S 1 STRANGEST STORIES Its a long way from a box of matches to a world-wide financial debacle that cost investors £140,000,000.... it was perhapi the most dramatic story of 1932: the newt, flashed from Paris that. Saturday Afternoon of March

TALKING POINTS [ARTICLE]

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TALKING POINTS Whenever he met a great man, he grovelled before him and my -Lorded him as only a free-bGrn Briton can do. —Thackeray. God visits us, but' most of ike time we are not at home, Joseph Roux. Plain women are always jealous of their husbands; beautiful women never.

And the weather was just perfect [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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And the weather was just perfect LONDON'S sweltering weather, near to that of their own country, was all these debutantes from India needed to make their day Just perfect. Leaving India Houm on their way to a presentation party at Buckingham Palace are (from left) the Misses Kothari, Zachariah, Talukdar,

The famous star says she isn't a star [ARTICLE]

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The famous star says she isn't a star ANN GIVES TWO GOOD REASONS EVERY soldier, sailor, and airman of the last war knows her. She's is tall, slim, and beautiful. She's made 36 films. But she's not a star. She is a wonderful dancer. Her legs are insured for 100,000

I've still got a chance... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I've still got a chance... Actress Ann Miller $100,000 legs

She sails to wed man she first met in 1907 [ARTICLE]

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She sails to wed man she first met in 1907 A SILVER-HAIRED spinster of 65 has sailed from England for Canada to marry a man she met when she was 17. It was 48 years ago when Millicent Williams was introduced to Oliver Bliierh a descendant of Captain Bligh of

Live bomb goes by bus [ARTICLE]

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Live bomb goes by bus JACK Sykes, 29-year-old labourer swung his spade at "a dirty looking pineapple" he had unearthed on the site of a new bridge on the WorabwellBamsley road, Yorkshire. He missed, looked at it again, saw it was a hand-gre-nade, and took it by bus to the

Swallowed a pin, court told [ARTICLE]

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Swallowed a pin, court told Mrs. Gloria Emme, 40-year-old cinema manageress, tried to kill herself during remand m Holloway Prison by swallowing an open safety pin. That was stated at Soutnend when she was jailed for six months for theft, fraudulent conversion, and forgery.

A kiss and then a sigh [ARTICLE]

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A kiss and then a sigh A MALTESE kissed his counsel on both I cheeks when the London I Sessions Appeals ComI mittee announced their decision. i But he had misunderl stood: his appeal against I conviction for theft had I been dismissed.

TO SAVE THE INN, HIS ROMANCE IS SPEEDED [ARTICLE]

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TO SAVE THE INN, HIS ROMANCE IS SPEEDED rsave the licence °f a 300--year-old village inn, 27 -year-old Rhona Mace is bringing forward hrr wedding by a month, and cutting her three-week honeymoon m the Mediterranean to a threeday car tour m England. She agreed to the changed plan because

The dreamer [ARTICLE]

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The dreamer Mr. Thomas Jagger, model for George Belcher's painting of a cornet player, "I Dreamt that I Dwelt m Marble Halls" (Royal Academy, 1936), has died m Hlllingdon Hospital, aged 68 Mr. Jagger, who lived at Oreen-way, Uxbridge, had been ill nine weeks

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Surprise, bewi ment, laughter [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Surprise, bewi ment, laughter PICTURE top centre shows children of the St. Andrew's Orthopaedic Hospital iit bewitched as one of the intricate numbers reaches the finale. Below, kiddies from one of the social centres applaud enthusiastically at the brilliant skating of Inge Dorn. one of the stars of the show.

Chief Minister sees children having fun [ARTICLE]

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Chief Minister sees children having fun JHREE THOUSAND poor and under-privileged x children were invited to see a free performance of the "Holiday on Ice, 1955" revue at the Happy World Stadium as a result of the efforts of Mr. David Marshall, the Chief Minister. There were children from St.

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A face is shining through the Iron Curtain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A face is shining through the Iron Curtain J.W.P. Mallolieu by There were things I have seen before and will see again, a thousand times. But m this Russian visitor I saw something new..: M.P. I ILX)R half-an-hour the sound of thunder downriver had been warning us of the coming

THE QUEEN and a PAIR of BLINKERS [ARTICLE]

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THE QUEEN and a PAIR of BLINKERS CHAPMAN PINCHER by A warning against unrealism before Lord Salisbury steps m THERE are strong in- dications that political advisers to the Royal Family have decided that neither the Queen nor Princess Margaret should be associated with atomic energy m any way because

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Only experts should be judges [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Only experts should be judges SUNNY GIAM says \DVANCED photo- m Singapore consider that the Judging of pictures for the Singapore Art Soci( f y Open Photo Exhibitions should no longer be done to secret sessions. The judging .should bo thrown open to the publ.r so that the man-in-the-itreet will

Now India exhibits Malayan pictures [ARTICLE]

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Now India exhibits Malayan pictures 'twelve M a l a y a n photographers had a total of 16 pictures accepted for exhibition at the Design Hall, Sri Jayachamarajendra Occupational Institute, Sri Krishnarajendra Circle, Bangalore, m India for the International Salon of Photography omani^cd by the Mysore Photo* graphic Society.

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DEATH PLAYED THE FLIRT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DEATH PLAYED THE FLIRT BERNARD MILES BY I,'</l \1.1.\ at home m Shakespeare, Dickens and the music hall, J Bernard Miles has acted, produced, designed and written with equal agility. The Mermaid Theatre at his St. John's Wood home, has ignited extra ordinary interest m Elizabethan show business. For all

DID IT HAPPEN? [ARTICLE]

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DID IT HAPPEN? This story another m the scries of FACT or FICTION tales by famous writers -~mȣ!<t fnvc happened. Or is it t<M) a tall story.? Tomorrow the answer trill be published.

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand Both sides vulnerable North dealer NORTH 4K943 9K 2 0K 7 4 ♦AQ 6 5 WEST EAST 4QJ7S 4 9986 <? 10 7 5 3 OQJ92 0 A 10 6 S n +10 9 8 4 3 SOUTH 4 A 10 8 6 2 tf A Q J

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THEY EAT TO REDUCE THAT WAISTLINE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THEY EAT TO REDUCE THAT WAISTLINE H. O. Brandon Over-weights' „,lll(|IIMtl«MIIIIIIIIMtHIMIItllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMItll start a new 1,1, inn minium mi ii mini n i 1 1 n ill ill ill 1 1. Mill it > food industry lIIIIIIIHMIIIIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIItHIIIIIIIIII-llill.l ONE of the most disconcerting things m present-day America is the weight-consciousness ut men

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i^^B^Hß v? 11l I t LIES ACROSS 5 Female bovine animals can In--1 Bow 1 plot is altered (6). crease Into such birds (5). Bln abandoning a regular course 6 Mornln X up up! (4). t procedure (5). 7 Gregory's measure? (4). describe a cup or a 10 General not

MUNCH! MUNCH! MUNCH! Cora could not eat in peace

HE WAS HOUNDED AROUND BY 4,000 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HE WAS HOUNDED AROUND BY 4,000 I/IRST it was a 4,000 croud. Then it was a police officer and a few constables. They would not let 541-lb. Ciora Singh, the Indian wrestler perform his sheep-eating act at Empress Place yesterday. Poor Ciora. He carted his half-finished sheep and his four

I'M NOT GREEDY! BUT I GET VERY HUNGRY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I' M NOT GREEDY! BUT I GET VERY HUNGRY YES, ITS TOUGH TO BE A BIG MAN AND IF YOU HAPPEN TO BE HUNGRY. SAID GORA YESTERDAY: I AM NOT A GREEDY MAN. IF YOU ARE MY SIZE YOU WILL KNOW THAT YOU HAVE A BELLY TO FIM BACK IN

England set a gigantic task: 365 behind with 8 [ARTICLE]

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England set a gigantic task: 365 behind with 8 iWGLAND, set the gigantic task of scoring 481 runs J m eight hours for victory, were still 365 runs behind with eight second innings wickets standing at the close of the fourth day of the fourth cricket Test against South Africa

Civilian 'A' XI to meet Services [ARTICLE]

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Civilian 'A' XI to meet Services tr, ™L? 1 ?a P° re Civilian "A" team meet Combined Services "A" in annual cricket fixture at Nee '^strong, Tan Jake Seng. /^n Singh, H. Rodriguel L J Keyt. CruirkishanlM, 12th man: Umpire: S. Ferreira

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD SOUTH AFRICA Ist Inns— l7l ENGLAND Ist Inns— l9l SOUTH AFRICA 2nd Inns MoGlew c May b Wardle 133 Goddard c Mclntyre b Wardle 74 Keith b Wardle 73 McLean c Low son b Wardle 3 Wlnslmv c Lock b S tat ham 19 Endean not out m; Waite

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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photo. EDDIE FIRMANI, Charlton Athletic* inside forward, signed a contract which made him a member of Sampdoria F.C., Genoa at a transfer fee of 1 35,000 a record for Britain. Firmani, whose father was Italian, is South African, coming from Capetown early m 1950. In the last two seasons he

R.A.F. REGT. (M) WIN ATHLETICS TITLE [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. REGT. (M) WIN ATHLETICS TITLE TOURING the annual fortnights camp of the Malayan Auxiliary Air Force, sport took a prominent part. Triangular tournaments were held between the R.A.P. Regiment (Malaya), the RA.F. Auxiliary Police and the Malayan Auxiliary Air Force, at badminton soccer and athletics. The athletics meeting was

R.A.F. CHANGI SPORTS ROUND-UP [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. CHANGI SPORTS ROUND-UP Ralph Blakeman ff W/Cdr. C. H. Beamish, the holder, kept himself m Ihf running to retain the championship with rounds of 73 am' 76. LAC Donald Jones confirmed his recent Changi form by doing well on the longer course with rounds of 74 and 80. JONES

He rode two winners in 100-mile dash [ARTICLE]

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He rode two winners in 100-mile dash ONE of Britain's top jockeys, Manny Mercer, yesterday rode two winners within two-and-a-half hours at meetings 100 miles apart. At 5 o'clock. Mercer, on Single Line, won at Birmingham. Then still m his racing silks, he made a dash to I lukJom Airport

RANGERS TAKE 5 OFF ST. JOHN'S [ARTICLE]

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RANGERS TAKE 5 OFF ST. JOHN'S Klnta Ranpers l*at St John's SC 5-0 m I SAPA Div 2A I it, PAN ground yesh rdny (Jovlnda (2), Ifnk Sfnp (2, and A. FAUat Cored for H irn-ers. SMIBfNI M V beat S^tl.i Jaya >)-0 In ;i Div 3 A match i(

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BIRTH [ARTICLE]

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BIRTH 20 Words $h (minimum). OOLDING: To Diana (nee B.inLst and Kenneth, a son, at X.X Hospital, on 24.7.55.

DANDE BAY RUNS 3F IN 37 [ARTICLE]

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DANDE BAY RUNS 3F IN 37 Fast work at Penang ran viu^ mAcma cxmwispomdmit DIMM BAT WITH BILL! K\(.HY ASTRIDE. PIT HIS BESI FOOT FORWAEO TO CLOCK V I <>R 3F ON THE TRAIN ING TRACK ATM PENANG THIS MORNING. THE GOING WAS i( (ill IN SPITE OF RAIN DURING

Middlecoff and Ford in final [ARTICLE]

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Middlecoff and Ford in final f IkMl I roll vurmrr <,f thi' < .hi Matter*! tow < ed the final of tIM ProfCMtooal QcMtn a championship when he Tommy Bold Tennessee i M m the M-hote mm!:u .1 Dttroil vr-iprday. In todajr'l flnal Middlecrofl will nu New York), who shell-

YORKSHIRE AND SURREY ALL SET FOR VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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YORKSHIRE AND SURREY ALL SET FOR VICTORY THE KEEN FIGHT BETWEEN SURREY AND YORKSHIRE FOR THE ENGLISH COUNTY CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP HONOURS CONTINUED YESTERDAY WHEN BOTH TEAMS FORCED THEIR OPPONENTS TO FOLLOW ON. THEY SHOULD GAIN EARLY VICTORIES TODAY. At Worcester. Surrey made Worcestershire follow on 236 runs behind. They put

COLONY GOLF FIRST ROUND [ARTICLE]

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COLONY GOLF FIRST ROUND Match play m the Colony golf champlonship will begin with the ftrst round ties to be played off at Royal Island Club on Saturday. The j drtw >*! 2.30 p.m. JC. Stirling v. G. H. AddUon; 2.40 C H Beamish v. D. i Jones; 2.50 D.

EET STEENKS! says angry King Kong [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EET STEENKS! says angry King Kong EET steenks! Vat a public itinu stunt! Eef a man vant to eats vy he yant to shows the world how greedy he ees?" said the fuming King Kong, who fights Gora Singh at the Happy World arena on Saturday night. "Dees ees of

Empire title fight date [ARTICLE]

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Empire title fight date JAKE TULI (South Africa) and Peter Keenan (Glasgow), the holder, have agreed on the terms lor a fight m Glasgow on Sept. 14 for the Empire bantamweight title. Mr. Alex Lucas, the promoter, is expected to make an application this week to the Empire Championship Committee

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HOLIDAY GUIDE

Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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HOLIDAY GUIDE Tuesday, July 26, 1955

Malaya's many fine attractions need much MORE publicity [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaya's many fine attractions need much MORE publicity INSTEAD of passing a law to force tourists to stay m our hotels and see the sights and at the same time enrich our coffers by at least $15 million a year, as some people once suggested, Malaya should woo travellers by

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IN THE OTHER PAGES YOU WILL FIND, AMONG OTHER THINGS, INFORMATION ON Malacca and Port Dickson Luxury Motor Tours Accomodation for Visitors to the Melbourne Olympics. Big Game Hunting m India. Fairybook Waterway. Germany's Biggest Tourist Draw. Mountain Climbing. Round Trips by Sea. Deep Sea Fishing off Africa.

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Small town with a great past [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Small town with a great past TWO MALAYAN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS v iMtuiiiiiimiHiiii I "Malacca is rttuated i?1 on the Western Coast of the Peninsula about 150 miles from Singapore and about 350 miles from Penan g. It is a small town with exceptionally narrow streets. Historically it is the most

A BEACH 11 MILES LONG [ARTICLE]

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A BEACH 11 MILES LONG ¥>ORT DICKSON, m the State of Negri Sembilan, is situated on the West Coast, approximately halfway between Malacca and Port Swettenham and is 21 miles south-west of Seremban. It is a seaside resort consisting of the town itself and a series of sandy bays stretching

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Travel by Motor Coach [ARTICLE]

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Travel by Motor Coach THE POPULAR WA V TO OBTAIN [RIETY OF SCENERY ON A 11 OLID A V IN BRITAIN OR ON THE EUROPEAN CONTINENT IS T0... i\/HEN the tourist from Singapore and Malaya ■<oes on holiday away From his own shores it is usually for a fairly lengthy

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MAUDIE LITTLEHAMPTON ON HOLIDAY by OSBVRT I ANCASTER Maudie.' Please remember alt those things you're always saying about the way American debs behave outside Buckingham Palace I m

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PtoMM CAMERON %f 3#IIT lT /7V^\ w«w 1 yZ*n /IK WP^^H^r TOUR IST r^lNSffi/ tr SAVE V PENANG V Mr WsaS^S 7 MONEY TOO MALAYAN AIRWAYS It seems to he a .small world when your travel iff arrangements are made hy Cooks. A journey to ffl £viu i .;>•• m

Are YOU going to the Olympics? [ARTICLE]

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Are YOU going to the Olympics? Melbourne plans to accommodate many overseas visitors to the Olympic Games through a system of paid private accommodation IF YOU are coming to Melbourne for the 1956 Olympics it may be that you will be a guest m the house of someone like Mrs.

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A ROMAN HOLIDAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A ROMAN HOLIDAY correspondent HENRY THODY as guide EUROPE'S No. 1 tourist attraction today is undoubtedly Rome. The burial place of St. Peter, the home of the Caesars, the Eternal City toda.y has the attraction to tourists that gay Paree had between the world wars. Let me therefore m imagination

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There's good big game hunting in India [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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There's good big game hunting in India reports HAROLD K. MILKS WOULD you like to hunt tigers and leopards m India? A lot of foreign sportsmen are doing it these days. As a result many commercial hunting fir ma bave sprung up m New Delhi to nccommodate them. Disturbed political

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FAIRY BOOK WATERWAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FAIRY BOOK WATERWAY The three thousand islands of Japan's famed Inland Sea are serene, lush, sub-tropical quite unspoiled. RICHARD HUGES tells of a magnificent Oriental understatement WHEN is an island not an island? For the answer turn to Japan's Tourist Bureau, which invites the visitor "to enjpy a trip on

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CASTLES DRAW THE TOURISTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CASTLES DRAW THE TOURISTS NORMAN LINDHURST by OF ALL the Ungl Germany ever had, the only one from whom the Germans are still profiting is a king who was supposedly mad- Ludwig 11, ruler of Bavaria from 1864 to 188 G. Ludwig squandered the State's money, or so his en

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They're lifting the Iron Curtain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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They're lifting the Iron Curtain WHY not a vacation deep behind the Iron Curtain— to Czechoslovakia, Poland, Hungary or even to Russia? You can do it— and cheaply too. Travel agencies m London, Paris, Stockholm and Switzerland are arranging proletarian tours and Radio Free Europe (after polling its correspondents m

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Fishing is the main lure [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fishing is the main lure DUDLEY HA WKINS by if ALINDI is one of those rare places m the world where Ufa moves Just fast enough to avoid a standstill. Malindi is Kenya's tropical coastal resort and East Africa's choicest bait m the competition to lure tourists and their money.

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How to reach the heights [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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How to reach the heights A correspondent m Germany meets a man with an ice axe, crampons, snaplink, rope— and a whistle WHY not climb a mountain m your holiday? If you think it too risky then listen to the veteran mountaineers at Garmisch, the Bavarian Alpine resort within the

NEW RAILWAY [ARTICLE]

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NEW RAILWAY railway passenger 1 and freight traffic will be opened on Aug. 1 between Rid China and Vietnam. An agreement to that effect was signed m Peking m the latter part of May by delegaions of the Ministry of Railways of China and the Ministry of Communications and public

TIPS FOR TEA VELLERS TO FRANCE [ARTICLE]

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TIPS FOR TEA VELLERS TO FRANCE HOLIDAYING m France this year? Then take some tips from Frenchman Marcel Jullian who has been wading into some of his country's hotels for clipping the tourists." Mr. Jullian says that French hotel prices are too high and m too many the visitor is

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ROUND TRIPS BY SEA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ROUND TRIPS BY SEA Some suggestions regarding holiday tickets Decked m all her finery ROUNDED In 1851 as Ifetsagerlea Imperiales, Menageries Maritime* (M.m offer you their century old experience. Since November 1802, when they were first established m Singapore, me 8 1 ager i c a Maritime! have been participating

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GO BY TRAIN & SEE THE COUNTRYSIDE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GO BY TRAIN SEE THE CO UNTR YSIDE MALAYA is a land rich m natural resources; rich m its tropical produce: rich m its history and its scenery. For those who seek to understand the Asia of to-day. for the tourist m search of new scenes and people, for businessmen

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The Cheerful Airline [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Cheerful Airline I^ODAY KLM is Often called "The Modern. Cheerful Airline/ 1 As the world's oldest, it also h:i.th<> longe; I experience Its growth from pioneei to paragon In civil aviation m a very real senseis the story of civil aviation Itself. Although originating m a country SO small

HOW TO SOLVE your BAGGAGE PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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HOW TO SOLVE your BAGGAGE PROBLEM PASSENGERS who tru- vel by air may ship heavy baggage by sea and Lire entitled to the accompanied freight rate which, at present to the United Kingdom or Europe, is about 22 cents per cublic. toot. For small parcels it is useful to remember

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I LOATHE LUGGAGE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I LOATHE LUGGAGE ANNE SHARPLEY A toothbrush, a lipstick, a bathing costume and a guidebook— that is all you need to find freedom m the sun says I HAVE always hated luggage. And packing it quickly has me m tears of boredom. The years practice while at boarding school did

ELIMINATE THIS WORRY [ARTICLE]

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ELIMINATE THIS WORRY HOLIDAYS and travel are reat fun M lon e as one n w f or ry can be eliminated successfully and that is—Baggage Worry. Unless one can travel light, the responsibility of looking Jter masses of bits and pieces, the expense of getting "Jem carried, ruins ones

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City of Pretty Girls and Handsome Men [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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City of Pretty Girls and Handsome Men by a Special Correspondent OECENTLY I renewed my acqua intance with the Capital of Scotland, and came back wondering what it is that Edinburgh has- apart from its splendid and historic Castle, its romantic Royal Palace of Holyroodhou.se, its unique Old Town and

How much per 'Tourist Day'? [ARTICLE]

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How much per 'Tourist Day'? THE STATISTICIANS HAVE WORKED OUT THE COST OF YOUR HOUDAY THE cruise of 100 royal personages as guests of the King and Queen of Greece last Summer has apparently round imitators this year. Greeks, however, are more Interested m humbler folks who will m tine

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