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The Singapore Free Press, 29 July 1955

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The Singapore Free Press [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. *****. Singapore, Fri., July 29, 1955. Price 15 Cls

NEW ERA -EDEN 'TENSION IS NOW RELAXED' [ARTICLE]

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NEW ERA -EDEN 'TENSION IS NOW RELAXED SIR Anthony Eden said m London last night that the visit to Britain next spring of Marshal Bulganin and Mr. Khrushchev, could open a new era. The Prime Minister was reporting to the nation m a television and radio broadcast on the Geneva

100 DIE IN CLASH [ARTICLE]

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100 DIE IN CLASH About 100 people were killed an ambush and battle beeen Arab Nationalists and ■"Ps m the Algerian mounins.—AP

Anti-Red 'rebel' [ARTICLE]

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Anti-Red 'rebel' Shanghai's former police lef is reported to have been tmed by the government as »c of the latest "counter-re- aitionaries." Reuter

TENGKU REPLIES Happy to work with you TO MARSHALL [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU REPLIES Happy to work with you TO MARSHALL TENGKU Abdul Rahman, the leading Minister-de-signate m the new Federation Government, yesterday promised to work happily with the Marshall Ministry m Singapore. In a message sent to the Chief Minister, Mr. Marshall, the Tengku said: 4 T thank you tor your

QUEEN MOTHER TO RUN STALL AT A SALE [ARTICLE]

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QUEEN MOTHER TO RUN STALL AT A SALE THE Queen Mother is expected to be m charge of a stall at a sale of work she is sponsoring to raise money for a new vestry for Crathie Church, where the royal family worship when they are at Balmoral. The sale

ABDUL RAHMAN TO SEE SIR DONALD ON SUNDAY [ARTICLE]

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ABDUL RAHMAN TO SEE SIR DONALD ON SUNDAY mENQKU ABDUL RAHMAN is expected to see the High 1 Commissioner. Sir Donald MacGillivray. for minislry- 'King talks on Sunday. The Alliance leader arrived m Johore Bahru last night by car to spend a quiet Hari Raya Haji with his family. He

RUBBER STEADY [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STEADY The Singapore Rubber rket opened steadily this i murning with first grade, I '-ist shipment, at $1.37»_ a lh. f half a cent below yester- < Hay's clu>e. ll

Lightning kills 3 [ARTICLE]

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Lightning kills 3 Lightning yesterday strucK and killed farmer Eugenio Leonardi, 65, his son Marino 31 and his daughter, Ser.v while they were haLV. A.P. hay at Trent, Italy.-

Recto accepts challenge [ARTICLE]

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Recto accepts challenge Senator Claro M. Recto has I accepted President Ramon Magsaysay'.s challenge to run for the presidency m 1957. The challenge was hurled last night when Magsaysay said Recto could run as Mao Tse-tunga candidate whereas he would run as an enemy of fnmmiini-.m and a friend Ol

Hurt in quarrel [ARTICLE]

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Hurt in quarrel Two Singapore labour- r. Lee 'y AJ i wJuat. were adm hospital yest< v::th hi t injur;- received wh'-n I < J QV tour other labourers m H tig Road after a Quarrel.

Cyprus 'mobilises' [ARTICLE]

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Cyprus 'mobilises' join* air-sea patrols gre to be Introduct >und Cyprus coast within a foi rolonv' security 'mol tion" Reuter I against terrorism.

It's nothing to do with my wife, says Hoad [ARTICLE]

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It's nothing to do with my wife, says Hoad AUSTRALIAN tennis star Lew Hoad, denied m Montreal yesterday that his enforced separation from his bride was hurting his game. He said he talked to her by radiotelephone yesterday morning and "everything was all right.' He said the conversation was private

REDS HUSHED UP CRASH FOR DAY [ARTICLE]

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REDS HUSHED UP CRASH FOR DAY Probe men banned: U.S. to protest ISRAEL sent a vehement protest to Bulgaria yesterday expressing amazement and horror at the death of 58 people m an Israeli airliner shot down by Bulgarian antiaircraft fire on Wednesday. A note also demanded that Bulgaria should drop

Darul Islam on rampage [ARTICLE]

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Darul Islam on rampage Muslim rebels belonging to the Darul Islam sect ambushed an Indonesian army patrol yesterday near TjlamLs. 60 miles southeast of Bandoeng, and killed eight soldiers. Police said the rebels plundered and burnt 46 houses In two villages ln the area. A.P.

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SPEAR-MOB STORMS TOWN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SPEAR-MOB STORMS TOWN Shops looted: Police open fire: 4 killed Fj-OUR men were killed and 10 wound* i. police opened Are on I.OUO rioting workmen who .stormed through the town rd Maura In .southern Sudan, ,'ootinn shops and offices, it was reported yesterday. Troops from the nearby town ol ifamblo

ISRAEL'S FORCE MEN ARE BACK [ARTICLE]

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ISRAEL'S FORCE MEN ARE BACK rtviK jfcrut <Fn i do n P nrty, J. which grew from the terrorist Irgun Zvei Leumj Ol niaation, has en* rged a.s the second t party In j. rai j as the result of Tut day's lections. The Henrt will have 15 Off II

Constable fled with payroll [ARTICLE]

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Constable fled with payroll A constable fled with a US$7O,OOO payroll by airplane yesterday at Biueiield, but police caught him when the airliner was flaßßed down at Huntington, West Virginia, 100 miles away.

Duke of Kent is now an army officer [ARTICLE]

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Duke of Kent is now an army officer THE 19-year-old Duke of Kent, who returned to E duty last week end after leaving hospital following his third car crash m 13 ••mull's, passed out as a second lieutenant m the Royal Scots Greys from the Royal Military Aca- demy at

Quake in Chile [ARTICLE]

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Quake in Chile The volcano Nihualhue m Chile erupted on Wednesday night, causing strong earth tremors throughout the area.

Nixon for Moscow [ARTICLE]

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Nixon for Moscow yiCE-President Richan u lxon 1 may VLsit Mc within the next year other top United State dale may follow, ashington officials, m report ing that this possibility under consideration predict ed that Mr. Nixon may make the Moscow trip m Octobc or November. ach a visit by

Sues for divorce [ARTICLE]

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Sues for divorce Lt. General Sir Alexandrr Hood, former Governor of Bermuda, has sued for divorce at Reno, Nevada, from his wife, Evelyn, on pounds of extreme A.P. cruelty.

AMERICA TO SEND ATOM ARTILLERY TO THE FAR EAST [ARTICLE]

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AMERICA TO SEND ATOM ARTILLERY TO THE FAR EAST rpHE U.S. Army yesterday announced deployment to A the Far East of artillery units equipped with atomic cannons and rockets that can be armed with nuclear warheads. An announcement said the 633 rd Field Artillery Battalion, recently trained at Fort Bragg,

US-Red China talks at U.N. office [ARTICLE]

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US-Red China talks at U.N. office REPATRIATION talks between United States and Chinese Communist representatives, due to start on Monday, may take place m the Geneva headquarters of the United Nations where the "Big Four" met last week, according to the director of the U.N. European office, Mr. Adrian Pelt.

To visit Moscow [ARTICLE]

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To visit Moscow The French National Assembly yesterday decided to accept an invitation to send a group of parliamentarians to A.P. Moscow later this year-

U.K. pay rise offer may mean dearer papers [ARTICLE]

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U.K. pay rise offer may mean dearer papers |>RITISH newspaper chiefs •a* have offered journalists, electricians and mechanics a 12Y 2 per cent wage increase, it was announced m London yesterday Worlu's Press News, the newspaper trade magazine, said the increase, which would be backdated to June 15, would cost

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j SECRETS OF THE HAREM j For the first time m history the s*&mst*± B A famous woman journalist, Marcella \m*.**- B Arlc, has just returned from Arabia f m vith .m incredible account of life inside k^T —I*ls m\ She begins her story this week a Pel#* M breath

Choir girl to study in U.S. [ARTICLE]

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Choir girl to study in U.S. VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE B> UIMING and talented "church ginger, Miss Havelock. leaves re lor the United z next week to at the University of x Tennessee a scholarship. She take a four-year m voice training z ramatic art. Tm lit* tttttrrit'tl z \ir Reginald Tessen=Ln

HUSBAND FINED FOR ACTING AS MIDWIFE [ARTICLE]

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HUSBAND FINED FOR ACTING AS MIDWIFE Two lives were at stake MAN was fined .€3 m ter yesterday for delivering his wife's He is Herbert Bingand he was charged breaking the British yes Act. pro ecution said it was an offence for a man other than a doctor to officiate

ETNA BLASTS GETTING WORSE [ARTICLE]

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ETNA BLASTS GETTING WORSE hEffisr awwaa hamlets on the olopea A.P.

LAZY' STAR FAILS TO TAKE MEDICINE—FINDS IT IS DEADLY POISON [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LAZY' STAR FAILS TO TAKE MEDICINE— FINDS IT IS DEADLY POISON A BEAUTIFUL actre,.s escaped death m a tram>Atlantic plane high above the Atlantic Ocean because she was too "lazy" to take medicine which turned ou*, to be deadly poison. Central figure m the drama wa.s Joan Greenwood, wellknown London

Thousands cheer as pilot flies Channel in 1909 plane [ARTICLE]

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Thousands cheer as pilot flies Channel in 1909 plane I FAN S/\LIS, a French pilot, crossed the English coastline last night m a replica of Bit-riot's aeroplane, .:hout 5 miles west of the spot where the pioneer French airman's plane landed m 1000 alter the first air crossing of the

DRIVE TO END LOST WEEK-ENDS [ARTICLE]

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DRIVE TO END LOST WEEK-ENDS FRANCE yesterday launched a strong drive to make lost week-ends a thing of the past through a determined campaign against alcoholism. Premier Edgar Faure and Public Health Minister Bernard Lafah are soon to sign a i series of decrees aimed at giving the administration a

Big-pay battle for T.V. staff [ARTICLE]

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Big-pay battle for T.V. staff npHE Independent Television 1 Authority Britain's fir t commercial TV has been offering such high pay to technicians .it the British Broadca sting Corpor gtion that at one time the Corporation's future seemed m Jeopardy, the BBC reported terday. In its annual report the BB

5 die in RAF crash [ARTICLE]

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5 die in RAF crash An R.A.F. plane crashed m a potato patcft and plowed into a forest near Valenta, Germany, killing ail live crew members U. P.

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, July 29, 1955. Opinion JUSTICE AT HOME [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, July 29 1955. Opinion JUSTICE AT HOME rPHE proposal to .set ii]) a "Supreme Court of the British Commonwealth" made by Sir Hartley Rhawctoss will be welcomed throughout the Family of Nations. This proposal, made at the closing session of the Commonwealth and Empire Law

CULTURE COMMANDOS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CULTURE COMMANDOS KAY MURRAY Washington has taken a leaf from the Russian propaganda book and has embarked on a new successful cold war campaign reports DURING tin pr( c ol waging its cold war America I* earning herself gome warm friends, m a deliberate campaign to familiarise i countries with

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley By v o THAT'S neither a A helicopter landing aa nor a penthouse for some tired business utive atop the new i insurance Building, but the terrace of what will be a new restaurant n the 20-storey strucLs opened about Oct 1. Contemporary luxury dominates the

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis I I WHOEVERVOUA^ S,LK- I I^. _"Hl^«A^^KoPll J "^^^i I I I HAT A. Y U e T ,™Lfl T °lM T L y MANDRAKE DUCKS M r6AO6ET X W «m___s__n 'Kow THIS 'ChIIO* TOY' A,'P^ TARZAN by Edgar Rice Burroughs TWCT S^EE^.ft

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t 44 I YOUR LUCKY STAR \X TJORN today, you ha», 4- great deal of paayiaral vitality and you cannot endure T to rest quietly for ra>r] laaag at a time You want to be on the go as much as possible ..rid if things get too quiet m x„„.

Round the World Market Prices

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. July 28 Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 98 25 nom. 97.87 nom. T, n futures August 96 .35 bid^ 96.35 bid^ September 94.65 bid 94.65 bid 95.65 asked 95.65 asked October 94 .50 bid 94 50 bid 95.50 asked 95.50 asked TONE: Quiet.

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 48. Awaiting rele.ise 48. AHoats 47 to 46^. July 46. First half August 45^. Sarawak spot 43 1 Awaiting release 43 l k. ia^.l a-w fry ao .Tnlv shinmpnt 40 Lampong spot 48. Awaiting release 48. Afloats 47 to 46'^. July 45*£. First half August 44

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices July 28. Previous Today COPRA Philippines c.i.f. UK /North European delivered weight per long ton Aug., Sept $180 sellers $178 sehers COPRA Philippines f.o.b. Manila m bulk, per long »on Unquoted Unquoted (OPKA Straits c.i.f. UK/North cpiiprs European delivered weight per Mitt sellers £65V, sellers long

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, July 28. Previous Today 2i» Industrials 468.45 46&46 2<i Railroads ***** 158 W m Domestic Bonds 9955 9958 ll Stdcks^Composite'Averaie V. 168.84 168 09

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. July 2r Previous Today "•J£J BSS cU E >p n 55 S Si SEE Ji^K 1 1 bss sp.. g« x r s 8* SEE ODrn Vo i RSS Settlement 39% buyers 39^ buyers KIBBFJt No. 1 39\ seller. TONE: Easy. pjices quoted m pence. '■/iTo

STAMP IN HONOUR Ob THE YMCA [ARTICLE]

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STAMP IN HONOUR Ob THE YMCA A3 _D. POSTAGE STAMr* io recognise the work of Young Men's Christian Association m Australia for over 100 years, and to commemorate the V.M.C.A World Centennial which occurs this year, will be issued at all Australian post office*, during August. The first Australian Association

PAGLAR CABIN [ARTICLE]

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PAGLAR CABIN Canon R KB. Adams, the President of the Boy Scouts Association, will open 'Paglar Cabin"— a Scouter.s' hut-on Saturday, August 6, at 53U pm at the Jurong Park Scout Camp. It Ls named after the late Dato C. J. Paglar. a former member of the Scout Council.

Two schools decide-women are not fit to govern [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two schools decide-women are not fit to govern IP it It i is Itt Ittttli ativr tht> lu>mv m TT TOOK exactly 70 minutes for the civics clubs of two Singapore English schools— St. Andrew's and St. Margaret's to decide at their annual combined debate that '•Women are inferior to

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THE NAUGHTY DUCHESS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE NAUGHTY DUCHESS C.D.T. BAKER-CAM by She came to the masquerade ball m a costume so scanty that Princess Augusta threw a shawl over her... THE WORLD'S STRANGEST STORIES She was called to app ai before the Peers <>i the Realm assembled In historic Westminster Hull. As Duchess of Kingston

After a 100 million-ton deluge [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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After a 100 million -ton deluge Firemen and police of Weymouth and nearby E villages, working- nonstop, succeeded m pumping I away one hundred million E tons of water which flood- E :ad the area after two cloudbursts. And the work =j S was completed just be- S fore the

Respectable lodger of 74 vindicated [ARTICLE]

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Respectable lodger of 74 vindicated A 74-YEAR-OLD lodger who had been blamed by a h.:sband was a "respectable old gentleman," said a divorce judge.' In the Divorce Court m Loudon Mr. Commissioner Flowers granted a decree nisi to 55-year-old Mrs. Dorothy Alice Dawbon on the grounds of desertion and adultery

PERFECT TAKE-OFF [ARTICLE]

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PERFECT TAKE-OFF A PILOT about to take off m a pl*ne near Cape Town t\ opened the throttle, then went to the front and swung the propeller. The plane moved forward, the pilot ducked, and astonished watchers saw the plane take oIT perfectly on its own. It new for a

THEY CAN NO LONGER SEE 'WHAT THE BUTLER SAW [ARTICLE]

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THEY CAN NO LONGER SEE 'WHAT THE BUTLER SAW IT would be a good idea, it was thought, if a little of "What the butler saw" could help the parish church to get rid of the death-watch beetle. The idea came m the local public house, when the licensee showed

OYEZ! OYEZ! [ARTICLE]

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OYEZ! OYEZ! A police loud-speaker car toured Clacton-on-Sea publicising the police swimming gala.

So strange, with cod [ARTICLE]

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So strange, with cod BAKED cod garnished with fresh grapes was too much for some children bred m the Yorkshire pudding tradition. It was part of the West Riding Education Committee's plan to brighten school meals. Ofiicial comment: "Children treat everything new with reserve, but they accept it after a

Privileged 1,850 [ARTICLE]

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Privileged 1,850 About 1,850 Britons m the Foreign Service abroad enjoy diplomatic immunity. The total covered by immunity as members of foreign missions m Britain is 2,517. Commons answer.

REOS FREE MYSTERY MAN'S DAUGHTER [ARTICLE]

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REOS FREE MYSTERY MAN'S DAUGHTER MRS Violet. ItaJter, ittract. t into the alan Opera com] > ,m to Britain fl h- vlthin the next few I eeks .She i- One °f f,), ir British wl l known to be trying to home from Iron Curtain rule m Rumania. Aiui she

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LAST FEW DAYS OF SINGH'S SALE BIEW STOCKS ADDED RICES FURTHER lever, NEVER N A LIFE-TIME You simply cannot afford to Miss. ONE MORE VISITis bound to add- MORE BARGAINS to the ones already Secured by You.

WORLD NEW IN PICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NEW IN PICTURES TOO WARM to think of furs? Maybe you're right. But a British fashion note supplied here is a stole for day and evening wear, it f_ m black Persian lamb with large |i Un.k and uhitc tassels. It was shown by Bradley's. mtgf >iMii.M M „..ni„„„„„„„„„„„„

DUKE IS A SEWER PIPE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DUKE IS A SEWER PIPE I m the U Council P rH data to <■«»«■'■■ are fcTife* RIGHT: j Bill thf camel with H tant N viMtfl Zoo <^P<-' i'» 1!v pean U harf out al Mi hel But s<* vpn Giles, trntii I is |eter«M with lac» 3 his

Queen smiles as she inspects fighters of centuries ago [ARTICLE]

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Queen smiles as she inspects fighters of centuries ago QUEEN ELIZABETH, *tCaptain of the Honourable Artillery Company, presented a Warrant to the Company, giving official recognition to Company of Pikemen and Musketeers. It was formed m 1925 to take part m Regimental pageants and to attend as guards of J

RUSSIAN FILM MEN GET WELCOME FROM STARS [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIAN FILM MEN GET WELCOME FROM STARS I A DELEGATION of three film technicians from the Soviet Ministry of Culture got a friendly welcome from Belinda Lee (left) and Adrienne Corri, two of the stars of "The Feminine Touch" during a visit to Ealing Studios, near London. The delegates, who

THE BALLET GIRL ON A BICYCLE MADE FOR TWO [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BALLET GIRL ON A BICYCLE MADE FOR TWO ANNE SHARPLEY goes on holiday okfkfokfok fWm ARLgNS DESCRIBE THEMSELVES AS 'ALMOST THE EAST OF A DYING RACE" THEY RIDE A TANDEM- AND LOVE IT! DOME like lazy holidays, some like energetic holidays. And some like xery energetic holidays. Mr. and

Shortage of women —so Chinatown in Milan is vanishing [ARTICLE]

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Shortage of women so Chinatown in Milan is vanishing WAR and a shortage of women have all but wiped out one of Europe's most thriving and unusual Chinatowns. Today m Milan the descendants of Ming and Lee are called Giuseppe and Lulgi. Gone are the bright paper lanterns. All but

CHAMPAGNE IS LOSING ITS SUGAR [ARTICLE]

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CHAMPAGNE IS LOSING ITS SUGAR CHAMPAGNE manufacturers are meditating on a curious phenomenon people don't seem to like sweet champagne any more. It's worrying because they have to toe the line harder. The way to make sweet champagne is to add more sugar syrup the more you add, the easier

LITVINOV true or false? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LITVINOV true or false? George Malcolm Thomson $#s< 'S Jvs& £ms aaa m I? < "w I A M? aaaaWaaM He may or may not have written this book, but private life m the Kremlin must have been something like this... Motet for a Journal. By Maxim Litvinov. Andre bcutseb,

There's no hurry..., Winston told 'Pug' [ARTICLE]

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There's no hurry..., Winston told 'Pug' Your England. By Sir Robert Bruce Lockhart. Putnam. 16s. AT five o'clock one afternoon m 1951, Winston Churchill wa.s busy on his memoirs. Anxious to clear up a point m the narrative, he phoned Lord Ismay. "Pu" he h< -an. "I'm having some difficulty

OTHER NEW BOOKS [ARTICLE]

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OTHER NEW BOOKS PRAY FOR A BRAVE HEART, by Helen Maclnnea, Collins. Ms. (id. 256 pages. r-HiiE story of .suspense ba L no more skilful practitioner today than this Seclady who has taken up the robust tradition where John Bucnan dropped it. Espioand robbery are her theme; Switzerland the place.

AN INCIDENT AT BATH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AN INCIDENT AT BATH CLAUDE HOUGHTON -ft*. Ouf of the blitz came many human stories, to j, c told by writers who deal m FACT and those who create FICTION. The incident related here might have happened 60/ did it? That is the talking point you are given every day

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THOSE BEAUTICIANS PREFER MEN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THOSE BEAUTICIANS PREFER MEN \|*EST GERMANY'S W Sugar Daddys— and the Sugar Daddy is king In Germany— have picked uu the American male beaut? shop fad. The Sugar Daddys complain that it is easy to catch a girl wj th a bankroll, but not so easy to keep her. Beauty

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PRIMATE jokes with BISHOPS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PRIMATE jokes with BISHOPS LAUGHTER for four on the steps of St. Paul's E Cathedral m London. E They are the Archbishop E of Canterbury, Dr. Gcof- frey Fisher (second from 5 right) and three nei bishops he had just ion- E secrated m the cathedral. 5 The bishops are

HE'S THE OLDEST MAN ALIVE TODAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HE'S THE OLDEST MAN ALIVE TODAY At 166 Javier wants to marry rpHE oldest known man m the world his age is believed to be between 120 and 166— has applied for a visa to visit the U.S. for medical tests. If he and his fellowtownsmen are telling the truth,

The Germans now want to stay in Germany PROSPERITY IS CAUSE [ARTICLE]

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The Germans now want to stay in Germany PROSPERITY IS CAUSE WHEN Germany was stilli an impoverished, conquered nation, every German made plans to emigrate almost anywhere m the Western world. Prosperity, However, has made moat of them change their minds Most Oermans who clamoured for Immigrate as to South

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand Neither side vulnerable North dealer NORTH 14 A J 3 9A 9 4 0 5 2 *AX 7 5 2 WEST EAST 44 4 X 10 ***** ***** 953 OAKQ76 OJIO 8 *Q 9 8 46 SOUTH 9 X Q J 10 4 «Wt The bidding NORTH EAST

WHAT'S WRONG WITH GOOD CORN?' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WHAT'S WRONG WITH GOOD CORN?' The greatest inn im ill mi nun. mm mini star-maker un iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii limn asks DAVID ur nm 1 1. 1 m .it until. mmiimiiiimi mini LEWIN niLM maker Louis B. Mayer, has come to London. n e the man who made Gable. Garland into He

THOSE PRESS CLIPPINGS RECALLED THE JAUNT [ARTICLE]

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THOSE PRESS CLIPPINGS RECALLED THE JAUNT TVO PLACE like a public res--11 taurant to peruse and count your Press clippings. Orchestra leader Ray Anthony turned up for lunch at a popular Beverly Hills (Hollywood* eating spot the other day, to be joined a few minutes later by flaming Mamie Van

NOW AGAR LEARNS TO SING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NOW AGAR LEARNS TO SING I 1 lI AT straiuht-Jiarroiv path walked by John Agar the past 12 months is paying off m the added confidence studio officials feel about his future on that lot. Playing one of the top roles if i a horror feature, Tarantula," Aoar has improved

THAT DOLL HAS RED HAIR TOO [ARTICLE]

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THAT DOLL HAS RED HAIR TOO I^iie decor place of honour m the playroom of Lucille Hall and De. i Amaz has been usurped by a unique doll image of Lucy as she appeared m her wedding trappings for a scene m their new Mm "Forever Darling/ The marriage sequence

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SERVICES BEST ATHLETES ON PARADE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SERVICES BEST ATHLETES ON PARADE f PIIK cream of athletic talent from the Navy. Army aad 1 Royal Air Force were m action at the inter-Services athletic championships at 11. M.5. Terror. Naval Base, last Saturday. Here are some of the highlights of the chain pionships m pictures. I PICTURK

BARAK AT CAN WIN BANK HOLIDAY CUP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DOUBLE BORE BEATS ELPENOR IN GRUELLING GOODWOOD CUP [ARTICLE]

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DOUBLE BORE BEATS ELPENOR IN GRUELLING GOODWOOD CUP 'town OF 50.000 SAW THE JOINT FAVOURITE FOR THE MmoOD CIT. M. MARCEL rs FRENCH CHALLENii „KN' <>R. BEATEN BY 'Ml. BORE A NINE TO N "AYE —m THE THIRD < <u»L ?1 TIIE MEETING AT OODHOOD YESTERDAY. Born ridden by Scottish

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OCEAN PARK HOTEL'S FAMOUS QUINTET Ace Bund of Singnporc with MISS SALOMA "Marilyn Monroe" Rintf ***** for Table Reservations

Sand or lharos breaks world 1,500 metres mark [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sand or lharos breaks world 1,500 metres mark IANDOR UMBO*. SS VI [AI .OLD roWOAßi_*_f_A__ig LIUTI NAM USIKKDW SHATTERED TOE WORLD I :,iio METRES RECORD WITH A TIME OF J >i SEC DURING THE HUNGARY-FINLAND ATHLETICS >J [EETING AT HELSINKI. His time clipped one second off the record of o

VIC WATSON HITS THIRD SUCCESSIVE CENTURY [ARTICLE]

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VIC WATSON HITS THIRD SUCCESSIVE CENTURY ANOTHER CENTURY BY VIC WATSON HIS THIRD IN SUCCESSIVE INNtNGS LED YORKSHIRE RUN LEVEL AGAINST ESSEX AT BRADFORD YESTERDAY. AFTER BRIAN CLOSE HAD AGAIN DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF BY HITTING 60 IN AN OPENING PARTNERSHIP OF 87 AT A RUN A MINUTE. WITH FRANK LOWSON. WILSON

Springboks are held [ARTICLE]

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Springboks are held SOUTH Africa were held to a draw m thojr two-day match at St ok on Trent yesterday against Minor Counties. The Counties 69 behind on the first innings, were HI runs ahead at the close with two second innings wickets m hand. For any definite result the

CHANGI 'B' GO DOWN BY 2-1 [ARTICLE]

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CHANGI 'B' GO DOWN BY 2-1 CHANGI 'B* completed ther** United Services League, Division Two. programme at Changi yesterday when th(f: were beaten by Royal Army Pay Corps by 2-1. Five minutes from the Interval. Wakeling ran through from a pass by Stringer to give Changi the lead. Play continued

RUSSELL SAVES NAVY FROM BIG DEFEAT: R.A.F. ARE CHAMPIONS [ARTICLE]

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RUSSELL SAVES NAVY FROM BIG DEFEAT: R.A.F. ARE CHAMPIONS ROYAL AIR FORCE won the inter-services soccer ship at HMS Terror yesterday when they beat Royal v!"" 4-i m the concluding match of the series. v RAF took long to find their feet and m the first half on the defensive.

SURPRISE DEFEAT OF DANE [ARTICLE]

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SURPRISE DEFEAT OF DANE KURT NIELSEN, Denmark's] runner-up at Wimbledon tbij year, wa.s surprisingly eliminated yesterday m the third round of the Meadow Club lawn tennis tournament at Southampton. New York State. Nielsen who wa.s top-seeded overseas player went down 6—2, 6—2 to Hall Burrows of Virginia. Ronald Moreira, Brazilian

TODAY'S SPORT [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S SPORT SOCCER SAFA League, Div. SA: .!„||ji af v T M.0.8.A., Farrer Park d ATHLETICS Singapore Primary Schools s po rts Jalan Besar. 3 p.m. Bedok Gin. School I sports. Johore <\ A meet, Johore English College.

S'pore boxers get ready [ARTICLE]

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S'pore boxers get ready T»HE Singapore Amateur Boxtnz Association decided last ni«-ht to begin training potential competitors m the South East Asia boxing tournament to be held m Singapore from Aug. 29 to Sept 6 Coaching will start next Wednesday and Thursday under F/Sgt. Parkyns at the Police Training School

BALESTIER ROAD GIRLS' SPORTS [ARTICLE]

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BALESTIER ROAD GIRLS' SPORTS Red House won the inter-house championship at Balestier Road Girls' School II sports at the school ground yesterday. Wong Siew Hua INU "A" division champion and Gurdit Kaur the "B" winner. Sim Ah Moy won the "C" division.

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