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The Singapore Free Press, 30 July 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press gest Afternoon Sale m Malaya -injjapore. Sat., July 30, 1933. Price v.

CHOU—CHIANG MEETING HOPES [ARTICLE]

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CHOU— CHIANG MEETING HOPES VIIW MOM'S arc Ml foot behind the scenes to try to bring about direct talks between the Communist and Nationalist Chinese, usually reliable sources said m New Delhi last night The Chinese Prime Minister, Mr. C'hou Fn-lai. is understood to have expressed his willingness to meet

The first stop to a 'man planet' [ARTICLE]

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The first stop to a 'man planet' THE announcement m Washington yesterday of plans for a Government-sponsored earth satellite set off a temporary boom m "atomic" shares on the New York stock exchange. A spokesman for the American Rocket Society said that the plan was considered the first step toward

Bulgaria admits three Israeli crash probe men [ARTICLE]

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Bulgaria admits three Israeli crash probe men rrHE Bulgarian Government last night gave permistor three members of the six-man Israeli uition committee to enter Bulgaria to conduct inquiry into the shot down Israeli airliner, accorda report received m Athens by the Israeli matic representative. The report says that Mr. Nal,

WORE TENGKU TALKS TODAY [ARTICLE]

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WORE TENGKU TALKS TODAY Abdul Rahman, the ition'fl Leading ite will conliscussloni today with eagues on the composie Cabinet. UMNO leadens from Lumpur and Penang I m Johore Bahru last >oe the Tengku. Tengkn and party are i*ave for Kuala Lumpur y train. He will see Huh Commissioner, Sir tlcl

QUIT-CHINA MEN HELD AFTER REUNION [ARTICLE]

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QUIT-CHINA MEN HELD AFTER REUNION Three ex-PoWs face death sentence THREE American formei 1 prlsoner.s-of-war who chose to stay m Communist China after the Korean truce returned to San Francisco yesterday and wore immediately arrested by army authorities. The three, William Cowart. Otho Bell and Lewis Grigga told the Chinese

Inti-Malaya ban lifted by union [ARTICLE]

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Inti-Malaya ban lifted by union r MION talks m Sydney yesterday are believed to have rev suited m a compromise which will allow the freighter 'la to ship construction equipment which the Royal Ausrom Air F rce Wlll use t0 enlarge the Butterworth aerovision is said to have been reached

Chiang spies exposed [ARTICLE]

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Chiang spies exposed MO>t(OU radio told the Kussi.iM propl c >***" terd.iy th.it i nig Chiang Kai slick ipf ring" had been u n i ovcrfMj m Communist hina. Tlu' Hmjj operated out of ll;t rhin, and had "penetrated into the ori^ims of the Peoplp's (lovermnent. nulustrial enterprises .unl unit*,

THE FOUR-PAGE RACE SPECIAL AGAIN TODAY [ARTICLE]

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THE FOUR-PAGE RACE SPECIAL AGAIN TODAY THE Free Press Race Day Special is out again today. It contains the latest selections, last-minute information from the course and racing gossip. There is also the owners, trainers and jockeys table, the Amateur Tipsters' League and Phil Tankatjl's quips and comments. The Free

Russian minister sacked [ARTICLE]

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Russian minister sacked Mr. N. S. Kazakov, Soviet Minister of heavy machine building, has been replaced by Mr. Konstantin Dmitrivich Pethukhov, the Soviet news agency Tass said yesterday. Reuter Reuter

Council union men meet [ARTICLE]

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Council union men meet The executive committee of the Federation of Singapore City Council Labour Unions will meet at 3 p.m. today to make final arrangements for the strike of 10,000 workers, due to begin at midnight on Tuesday. A Federation .spokesman told the Free Press thi.s morn ins that

PRINCE DIES [ARTICLE]

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PRINCE DIES Prince Mohammed Ri d a Seniisi, 64, heir to the throne and brother of King Idrtsa, of Libya, died yesterday.- U.P.

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Mac Donald opens art exhibition [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mac Donald opens art exhibition MR. Malcolm Mac-Donald, the Commissioner General, opened the first National Black and White Art Exhibition of the Singapore Art Society at the British Council Hall yesterday. Be is seen, m picture above, with Mr Keinhard J. C Hoeppli. In the background are Miss C. Ciunaratnam

City blood donations improving [ARTICLE]

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City blood donations improving Donations showed Improvement at the Blood Transfusion Service this month with 234 donors on the record by last Wednesday. Dr. Ann Gibson-Hill, director, announced yesterday. The total contributions included 14 from the Central Fire Station, nine trom City Council, seven teachers and three .student- from the

MONEY SPURNED [ARTICLE]

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MONEY SPURNED About 150 Cypriot policemen m Limassol and Paphos refused their pay packets yesterday m protest against their wages, demanding an immediate increase of up to 30 per cent Reuter

'K.L not a political hothouse like S'pore' [ARTICLE]

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'K.L not a political hothouse like S'pore' BRITISH PRESS REACTION TO FEDERAL ELECTIONS BKITAIN'S newspapers reacted quickly yesterday t the election results m the Federation. The Tim "The first outcome of the Malayan elections has been an appeal for speedier independence from the United Malays National Organisation's leader Tengk Abdul

AIR FORCE CHIEF TO QUIT SOON, SAYS SENATOR [ARTICLE]

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AIR FORCE CHIEF TO QUIT SOON, SAYS SENATOR A REPUBLICAN Senator said m Washington yesterday lv had been informed that the announcement of the resignation of the Secretary of the Air Force. Mr. Harold Talbott, was •'imminent." The senator declined to be quoted "by name." "I am told that the

IKE SLIMS [ARTICLE]

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IKE SLIMS President Eisenhower uses a a "synthetic sweetener" instead of sugar m his coffee to keep I down his weight.— A.P.

BRITAIN MUST STAY, SAY CYPRUS TURKS [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN MUST STAY, SAY CYPRUS TURKS HIKMET BIL, President-General of the "Cyprus-Is-Turkish" Association, told a news conference yesterday that if Greece got control of Cyprus, it would mean war between the Turks and the Greeks. Bil said his association had 100,000 members throughout Turkey, and he was m London to

Army backs Salk [ARTICLE]

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Army backs Salk A supply of the anti- polio Salk vaccine soon will be available for children of U.S. Army men m Europe. A. P.

US making new A-weapons [ARTICLE]

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US making new A-weapons riMIE United States has begun 1 producing .several types oi atomic weajwrus based on information obtained m last years massive hydrogen-bomb tests m the Pacific, it was announced m Washington yesterday. The di.sclo.su re was made m the Atomic Energy Commission's semi-annual report to Congress on

DO NOT QUIT, SIAM PM TELLS TWO MINISTERS [ARTICLE]

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DO NOT QUIT, SIAM PM TELLS TWO MINISTERS PREMIER P. Pibul Songgram is tryinp to get Air Marshal Fuen Ronapakas and Major- General Praman Adireksan to withdraw their resignations from the post of Minister of Communications and Deputy Communications Minister respectively, but both so far have refused. Marsnal Fuen. who

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The wrrkiy Issue of the STRAITS BUDGET can be sent by Air Mail to any address m the United Kingdom c at an inclusive rate of 1 $24.00 K.lt SIX MONTHS If you want the "BUDGET" while on leave or wish to niaki- hii "Air-subscription" on behalf of your Horn,-

Now it's 'Rita get your gun' [ARTICLE]

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Now it's 'Rita get your gun' VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE |TS a ca se of Rita 6 et E S your gun" for Mr. E Ie Oci, tne President of Singapore Gun Club. fe, Mrs. Rita Oei Ls the only woman member. She first joined two ago, but though she to the

Free Japs' plea [ARTICLE]

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Free Japs' plea Foreign MinLstry yesasked Indonesia to rei Japanese fishing boat crew which it has held w')dy since July 24.— A.P.

U.S. TO LAUNCH 18,000 mph EARTH SATELLITES [ARTICLE]

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U.S. TO LAUNCH 18,000 mph EARTH SATELLITES PRESIDENT EISENHOWER, yesterday approved plans by the [felted BUtd |Q go ahead with the launching of small unmanned earth-circling satellites The announcement was made to a crowded press conference by the Presidential press secretary, Mr. James Hagerty, on behalf of the President Government

Metal find claimed by soldier [ARTICLE]

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Metal find claimed by soldier A 28-YEAR-OLD British soldier now serving m Hong Kong has written to his parents m Harrow, Middlesex, that he has discovered deposits of a metal beryllium which he claims is invaluable m rroating light alloys. He is Lance Corporal William Harries who had been studying

Salvage men in [ARTICLE]

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Salvage men in The first 19 of 800 Japanese salvage workers arrived m Manila yesterday to salvage ships sunk m Philippine waters during World War 11. A.P.

Emmett-Dunne in U.K. on way to jail [ARTICLE]

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Emmett-Dunne in U.K. on way to jail FjiRKDERK'K KMMFTTDUNNB, 32, former British Army sergeant ed m Harwich. Essex yesterday on bli 'a ay to begin sentence of life Imprisonment for the murder In Germany of a Irllow sergeant who.se wife he later married. Emmett-Dunne w;vs found guilty after a nine-day

A.-war training for South Koreans [ARTICLE]

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A.-war training for South Koreans Gen. Chung Ii Kwon, Republic of Korea army chief of staff, said yesterday that the United States soon would start training the South Korean army m "Atomic Warfare."

Hell is offensive, Heaven is boring [ARTICLE]

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Hell is offensive, Heaven is boring THE traditional picture of Hell is offensive and that of Heaven boring, a clergyman told a conference of churchmen m Oxford yesterday. Canon A. S. Bezzant. Dean of Saint John's College, Cambridge, declared the hideous pictures of Hell must have issued from diseased minds

DRESSING-GOWN BLONDE SHOT AS SHE FLED [ARTICLE]

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DRESSING-GOWN BLONDE SHOT AS SHE FLED A HAIL of bullets yesterday killed a pretty blonde as she fled from her home at Clifton New Jersey, m a dressing gown minutes after her husband had found another man m their home. A few hours later police arrested the husband, James Cerce

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ffcn e*tertoi*isigJHe*ds a/ w<*ys heefy tradition toitA CAMUS U Grande Marque

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I a m m m _g I Open till 7.00 P.m. today! tf^l I Further new goods on /sy*C display at our (J)L f\ STOCK- C A I C TAKING JALC now m full swing Ig J J Shirlinj;* 12" %9 M p.yd. J Plain (olourrd Rayon 36" 0.75 I

The Singaore Free Press SATURDAY. July 30, 1955. Opinion NOT THIS DEED [ARTICLE]

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The Singaore Free Press SATURDAY. July 30, 1955. Opinion NOT THIS DEED JARRING, indeed, has been the shocking action of Communist Bulgarian gunners m shooting down the offcourse Israeli airliner with the loss of 58 innocent lives. It has come at a time when the world is hopefully watching what

ATOMIC MONSTER SCARE [ARTICLE]

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ATOMIC MONSTER SCARE Intensive research into radiation effects on health m Japan refutes an ugly rumour Results of atomic blast on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are becoming dear. The picture is still dark; medical experts remain cautious. But some of their early fears have been removed. PSISTENI J

The Swiss are NOT [ARTICLE]

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The Swiss are NOT THE wave of popularity that Switzerland's neutrality policy enjoys just now m the Russian press has not conjured up any corresponding enthusiasm among the Swiss. For they are not convinced that this changed attitude cjoes very deep. Indeed, the prospect of the vacuum that will be

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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B Y THE WAY Benchcomber j COMPLAINTS of passengers \j who fou no half their train outside the station and had to clamber down on to the track make it absolutely essential for me to toll the old story of Marshal Bazalne m a similar predicament outside Metz. He slipped,

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POCKET CARTOON by OSBERT LANCASTER Darling, I know I'm mosi terribly silly, but just uh are we all so mad keen 01 a reunited Qermany!" In Malaya and throughout the world this Com pany has played a major part m the many fields of insuiaiHc. f^ THE NEW ZEALAND INSI

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i llt( BAFI arriving m A Singapore from Engi.;,,! this ireck have bean crowded with schoolchildren visiting their parents m Malaya i>r their summer holidays. The rush is expected to continue for at least another week. One BOAC aircraft alone carried 31 children •unong its 40 passengers. ibore are nine-year-old

A QUEEN JOINS MEET-PEOPLE TALK [ARTICLE]

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A QUEEN JOINS MEET-PEOPLE TALK She attends with King Norodom every Saturday 1 PARALLEL to Mr. David Marshall'i weekly Meet the People" session, King Norodom Suramarit of Cambodia, also has a simikir meeting with his people every Saturday, but there is one difference Kin? Norodom has the Queen by his

Factory chief found dead [ARTICLE]

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Factory chief found dead Singapore police yesterday found the body of a coconut oil 1 factory manager m Kallang River." The BUtfl, Tay ChanK Oek came from Batu Pahat. Police do not lOfpect foul pl.ty.

'Civics night' for youth [ARTICLE]

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'Civics night' for youth The Katon^ Presbyterian Youth Fellowship will hold a ■civics nifhi" today at the Pre.sbyterian Boy.V School Hall, 41 Koon Seng Road at 8 p.m. The Minister for Health, Mr iA. J. Braga, will *p<'ak.

They'll raise new homes from seed, juice and seaweed [ARTICLE]

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They'll raise new homes from seed, juice and seaweed rpAKE a ton or so of sunflower seeds; take a pile of seaweed; add a liberal sprinkling of fruit juice —and what have you got? Why, the foundations for a house. That is the recipe In Stourport, Worcestershire where new council

Bankrupt to be arrested [ARTICLE]

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Bankrupt to be arrested The Chlel Justice. Sir Charles Murray-Aynsley. m the Singapore HUtn Court yesterday ordered the issU(l ()f a warrant for the arrest ol Wont? Slew Lnn. managing partner oi Teck Kee Construction Company, who failed to W>pear In < >f 'urt f<> r hla public examination m

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I V TiTi 1 1 1 1 1 m£! 1 1 fITTi ZEwSmm ILLLJ Kt^ SI Indrcw'l ailudral: 7 a.m. 10.30 a.m. Sen ice; 5.30 Dm Bermmunion; 8 a.m. Sung \ice. Parish Communion; Paya Lt-bar: 8.15 a.m. 8.8. Bible day School; 10.30 a.m. Class; 8.45 a.m. Sunday School; 9 m

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U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON, July 29. Previous Today ...mr Vo 1 KSS c.i.f. European 38 7^ buyers 40< s buyer., 11 \i B ust 39', sellers 40 sellers I'uiuk No 1 RSS c.i.f. European It* buyers 40 's buyers 1:11 t miJr 31' 4 sellers 40 sellers 1 I i

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices Ni:W YORK, July 29. Previous Today (m Strata snot and nearby 97.87 nom. 97.75 nom. In futures \usust 96.35 bid 96.35 bid Im 97.35 asked 97.35 asked September 94.65 bid 94.G5 bid 95 65 asked 95.65 asked October 94.50 bid 94.50 bid 95.50 asked 95.50 asked TONE:

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 47. Awaiting re47. Afloats 461a to 46. July 46. First half August 45£. Sarawak 43 Awaiting release 43. itc 41.. to 41. July shipment 40. First half August 39. Lampong spot 47. Awaiting release 47. Afloats 46» to 46. July 45. First half August 44« s.

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. July 29. Previous Today U Industrials 466.46 465.85 SI Railroads 158.60 158.19 Ht DiMirtic Bonds 99.58 99.54 IS I tilities 66 60 65.59 61 Storks Composite Average 168.09 167.84

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices July 29. Previous Today COPRA Philippines c.i.f. L'K/North Kuro|)«an delivered weight per k»| ton Aug Sept $178 sellers $1774 sellers (Ol'Kv Philippines f.o.b. Manila m bulk, per long »on Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Straits c.i.f. UK/North European delivered weight per £65 1. sellers £65 buyers l<»ng ton

PRODUCTIVITY WILL SAVE KEN'S FEET [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCTIVITY WILL SAVE KEN'S FEET J^VERY week farm worker Ken Scarlett. 32, of Stoke Canon, Devon, walks nearly a mile and a half farther than he I rlraning up after milking the cows— to be exact. 554 r out of the 1.409 feet he walks every time ho washes out

Miraculous cow is disgraced [ARTICLE]

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Miraculous cow is disgraced I^HE sleek and splendid Marie II was France's proudest cow— a veritable queen of Normandy. Two Presidents had pinned champion's awards on her and warmly congratulated her owner, farmer Louis Fiauet. C'est formidable said the dairy experts. Picture postcards of the cow were sold as souvenirs.

COTTAGE CRAFTS SLUMP HITS MANY MALAYANS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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COTTAGE CRAFTS SLUMP HITS MANY MALAYANS \SI IMP m the cottage crafts and textile Industries up country h.»> .tuscd distress .»mi*« hundreds of Malayan families. In an effort to bolster trade for these people, the Malay Arts and (rafts Shop at Fin press Place fronting the »idrine Police compound has

LOST BOY FINDS 60 LIVE BOMBS [ARTICLE]

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LOST BOY FINDS 60 LIVE BOMBS OIXTY live bomb- heads were found by a bomb di.spo.sal iquad on a disused airfield at Perafteld, near DLss Norfolk hrcuu.se a 13-year-old boy had lost his way. Arthur Spurling, of Bressingham, was cycling across the aerodrome and had lost his bearings when he

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WEEPING MATILDA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WEEPING MATILDA JOHN ROBBINS by THE WORLD'S STMIGEST STORIES I Liko man a another uoman sho Ml tlw tteti.n a rut hhs' n.ah. but bmem—e sh* uas m Royal etntsnri lu-r huli.svrvtinns uvrv unlnryivnMv-unA almost !•■<! to uar...Th*-» callvd hvr thy Qu0,,,, "tyAR!" cried Oeorge m angrily. And war it

WAR on UGLINESS [ARTICLE]

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WAR on UGLINESS Housing chief rallies Britons DECLARE war on ugliness. Get rid of the unsightly, the drab and unworthy. MAKE BRITAIN BEAUTIFUL. That .stirring call to the ople of Britain was made by the Housing Minister, Mr. Duncan Sandys. Ho was speaking at the Institute of British hitectj m

Women doctor shut the door when called to help [ARTICLE]

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Women doctor shut the door when called to help 0 ITS IDE a woman doctor's surgery a semi-conscious man was propped. But she refused to attend him. Said the man who ran? her doorbell: "She offered no assistance or advice beyond saying 'Call an ambulance. Then she shut the door."

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picture. The blazing sun beats down on the open beach at Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, but three-year-old Shirley Hucklebridge, of Bristol, has managed to find some shade. It's unlikely that the fast wilting tree will be there much longer though. 1 Reuter

This 14-year marriage was SEMIDETACHED [ARTICLE]

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This 14-year marriage was SEMIDETACHED BEFORE he took his bride to the register office, Jonathan Garibaldi Jones made her promise to keep tine marriage secret. For 14 years no one knew about it. and to the day of his death they never lived together. Every Saturday he used to visit

'DICTATION GIVEN TO THE TEACHERS' [ARTICLE]

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'DICTATION GIVEN TO THE TEACHERS' DETECTIVES are trying to find the author of an anonymous circular about a mixed school. A copy was sent to the head master, who gave 200 boys a stroke of the cane each a year ago. The school is at Usworth Colliery, Washington, Co. Durham

AVOIDING BLINDNESS IN BABIES [ARTICLE]

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AVOIDING BLINDNESS IN BABIES pOUNTLKSS premature bav^ bi( > ha 1 ived from blindness bet I kitten. Four years a premature Infant clinic m M.mcnester there uch of which 20 became totlly blind. Dr. Norman A.shton at the Institute of Ophthalmology undertook researches on behalf of the Medical Research Council

Linda queried on that holiday [ARTICLE]

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Linda queried on that holiday Linda Christian, red-headed ex-wife <>f Tyrone Power, has been given until August 15 to tay whether she spent a month's holiday m Mexico with Edmund Purdom, the British actor from Welwyn Garden City. A Los Angeles court has made the order m the suit for

£4,000 AND HOUSE —BUT HE IS DEAD [ARTICLE]

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£4,000 AND HOUSE —BUT HE IS DEAD a chauffeur was left £4,000 and :i house m hi.s employer"! f28,G4. r will. But the chauffeur, Mi-. Frederick Bale, ol Taw Vale, Bamstaple, Devon, died two yean ago. IXII employer was Mrs Katherine Bdwaras, widow of romDOier, Dr H. J. Edwards of

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WORLD NE IN PICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NE IN PICTURES ONE OF THE most famous show jumping teams m the world, Pat Smythe and Tosca sail over the wall jump m the London Trial Stakes, one of opening events m the recent International Horse Show at London's White City Stadium. In the finals of the team

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BIRTH CONTROL [ARTICLE]

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BIRTH CONTROL JOANNA MOORE Presented by Mrs. Vice-chairman of the Family Planning Association The controversial question whether the Government should make further grants to the Family Planning Association is to be debated m the Legislative A ly. Health Minister A.J. Braga said the vote would be a free one. Today

AND HERE THE CATHOLIC SOCIAL GUILD [ARTICLE]

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AND HERE THE CATHOLIC SOCIAL GUILD m a statement puts the case AGAINST VJO longer need the taxpayer be imposed upon by the dictates of Colonial Rule. Back m 1949 a May 17 report m a Singapore daily spoke of founding here a blanch of the Family Planning Association. Mr.

EVERYTHING SPINS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EVERYTHING SPINS KATHLEEN HICKLEY by CONTINUING THE ADVENTURES OF SIMPLE SIMON SIMPLE SIMON meets a pieman but unfortunately has no monej to buy his wares, so he „es to the fair and tries to rain some money by looking after the coconut shy. Hoh»ver poor old Simon gets muddled and

THE WINNERS [ARTICLE]

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THE WINNERS WINNERS 1.1 last weeks colouring contest are: ID Miss Si n Ook Lan (13). 1 <> N'u CklH Thyp Ilin, K. "vson Road. Singapore 11. (2) Msss Rahani binti II M. "tiN^'in (7), 157 Anson Road, s "nßapore 2. [I) Master Narinan Sin^h (10), jal Lavendar Street, Singapore

Rupert and Morwenna—11 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Rupert and Morwenna —11 The silver boat glide.v gently to the fool of the sioiu jetty and «>top< beside an iron ladder. This i«. the most wonderful bon I've, ever known." Rupen whispers. "Whllc*f i makes, it go V Better r.r: ;»s> iniiUa Mr>rwennj as she sends him ahead up

CHILDREN'S PAGE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHILDREN'S PAGE SI i how well you tan colour this picture with paints, crayons or chalks. Your effort may uin you some pocket money for >our holidays. There are four prizes of $5 each (two for boys ami two for fiirls) Fill m your name, addresa and age m the

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< LltS AiKOS>— 1. Aim I marker showing a h.i'.iy; i pcrtMßft 3. iDOrt blte^ A pleoc on i<«p of a wftckti 7. Channel Uaod rulr<i b] I 9. julliu Cacsai iri IoM '< bey.'.ire tIM Of M. Royal Naval Cadet UiLs Devon v I la, Tin 17. Fruit Of

A MESSAGE TO BAYEUX [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A MESSAGE TO BAYEUX MAURICE EDELMAN Today's story m the series that keeps you guessing is told by /g IT TWE?\ MAURICE EDELMAN, Socialist MP for Coventry North, best selling novelist (who Goes Home, a Book Society choice, was also published m Germany, France and the Lnited States). Exhibitioner and

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DID IT HAPPEN? The answer will be given tomorrow I THE answer to yesterday's "Did It 1 Happen" story-'AN INCIDENT AT BATH" -NO, it did not happen. ?iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii?

She makes them sleek & stylish [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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She makes them sleek stylish CYNTHIA LOWRY by MISS EDITH HEAD, who recently picked oil her sixth Oscar m Hollywood for costume design with "Sabrina," was m clinical consultation. The patient, whom we will call Lucinda Jioveiy, is a 23-year-old actress with a New York television background, recently signed by

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HE HANDLES DRUNKS WITH A MIKE [ARTICLE]

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HE HANDLES DRUNKS WITH A MIKE JUDGE FINDS MASS h i m mi „,i,, mm mm iinimillllllliMimntllMilliiiHlilllllliill PSYCHOLOGY PAYS mini Mlllll iiiiiiilllllllllillllllillliuillllliillllllll tpELLINt ••milks how to stop tippling fend keep out ol jail li the daily job of a I>o.s Angeles magistral whose court haruii' I i drunk cases at

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picture. YOU'D never think that j z American composer-sing-E er-actor Hoagy f'arini- E chad (of "Stardust" I fame) was ffointj on holiE day as he sits on the E steps of his plane at LonE don Airport. His flight to E Rome had bee.n dela>ed one hour, but Hoasy E

IT WASN'T 'MODERN' ENOUGH [ARTICLE]

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IT WASN'T 'MODERN' ENOUGH IWANIST Joseph Cooper, who played at the Victoria and Albert Museum m London some nifchts ago, told afterwards of the times he played for Queen Mary. "When my father-in-law had a Kiace-and-favour residence at Richmond Park. Queen Mary went there to tea. he .said 'I used

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picture. FLOP, indeed just because I'm lying on my tummy! I like to re it that way When I Set tired of resting' I fo for a swim m the pool ri«ht there besiie me at the London Zoo. And just when I can do with something to eat, along

BRIDGE QUIZ [ARTICLE]

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BRIDGE QUIZ II^HETN partner gives your opening bid m a major suit a double raise. It is a force to game and an Invitation to explore slam possibilities. Assume that the bidding bai font: SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST 1 4 Pass 3 4 P&ss Areyouslan minded and. if so. how

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CLUES ACROSS 5 Interweave the end 17). 1 In which to "make it hot" for 6 Is this a South African nu^io the police (6). hall act? 4 An argument before fifty m a 7 All the world, we're told (s>. posUcrlpt (6) 10 Pall the obvious way Tor a

'MARLBOROUGH BEFORE MINK' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'MARLBOROUGH BEFORE MINK' THOMAS WISEMAN iniiiiiiiitiiiiti J3 V uiiiiiiiiiiiiM its the Sindens recipe TN HOLLYWOOD a 1 temperament is basic equipment for any rising star. The prima-donnas m dungarees and Tshirts are the reigning darlings. The wild ones are the blue-eyed boys. It sometimes seems that, unless you are moody

HE COULDN'T EVEN SHAVE THAT MOUSTACHE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HE COULDN'T EVEN SHAVE THAT MOUSTACHE THROUGHOUT his 1 Hollywood career, Melvyn Douglas has worn a moustache. A very fine specimen; elegant, sophisticated, suave, and he hated it. "I could never get rid of it." he told a reporter m London last week. "I was stuck with it. And that

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IT'S MEN LIKE PIRIE AND MILLER WHO MAKE THE SPORTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IT'S MEN LIKE PIRIE AND MILLER WHO MAKE THE SPORTS Desmond Hackett By S'OKIMIN WBIE U.AIN SETS HIS KITH S If SNARLING IND WAKING USE <>l INFRIENDLY VVOKDS RANGING IKOM THE COLDLY DIGNIFIED "BRAGGART* DOWN TO TIIK COLLOQUIAL "BIG HEAD.* 1 And all because Gordon Piri»- let it be known

WATER SPEED KING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WATER SPEED KING picture. DONALD CAMPBELL who established a world water-speed record last Saturday when he drove his turbo-jet powered Bluebird over a measured mile at Lake UUswater at an average speed of 202.32 m.p.h. is seen here with his wife reading telegrams of congratulation Popper

Base soccer XI shows fine form [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Base soccer XI shows fine form JOHN. P. HAMILL R.A.F. SELETAR ROUND-UP By TMK BASK TEAM, THRO! '(iff CONSISTENT (***** STAND \RD 1 OF FOOTBALL ARF NOW TOP OF THE UNITED SERVICES LEAGUE. THEIB LIVELY DISPLAYS AGAINST FATHUL K\RIB AND SINGAPOSE HAVE BEEN A SOURCE OF ENJOYBfENT FOR BASK PERSONNEL.

COLONY TEAMS v SALZBURG [ARTICLE]

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COLONY TEAMS v SALZBURG The Singapore "A" soccer team to meet Salzburg FT. at the Jalan JJpsar s'adium at 5 15 p.m. today will ht- Minted from: Arshad Skinner, Johan, Harlth, I Murray Clark, Rashkl Glin.m, O'Neil Kirn Ben* Harrison. Il>ia.um. Carter. Koh. Tahlr, Zalnol, V tiiK Huat Kok Peow.

SHAIRI SCORES 4 FOR MEDICALS [ARTICLE]

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SHAIRI SCORES 4 FOR MEDICALS Medical beat Government Printing OfTlct 6-0 m a Government Services Dlv 1 soccer league match at Parrer Park on Thursday. Shairl completed a hat-trick In scoring four goals. The other two fOftk were scored by Dollah. In the same leagu.e Social Welfare and Income Tax

MALACCA VISIT [ARTICLE]

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MALACCA VISIT The 1.0.1. Recreation Club will visit Malacca during the August Bank Holidays and will pl;y Hua Man at soccer at the Kubu Stadium OB tomorrow. A badminton Batch against Malacca Recreation Club will be played <ju the wine Uay.

P.T.S. BEAT SWIFTS A.A. [ARTICLE]

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P.T.S. BEAT SWIFTS A.A. IN ideal weather and good track conditions, Police Training School beat Swifts A. A. Juniors by 100 points to 94, with St. Joseph's third In yesterday's triangular athletic match on the SJI ground. 100 yards: 1. Syn Wai Him (S), 2. Wong Kong Whye <SJI>, 3.

Hewson is talked back into the 880 [ARTICLE]

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Hewson is talked back into the 880 DOUG WILSON BY BRITISH teajii manager Jack Crump has talked Brian Ilewson into running both the half-mile and one mile, after all, m the match against Germany at the London White City today and on Monday. Hewson had accepted ior the mile but

547 horses in training [ARTICLE]

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547 horses in training THERE are 547 horses m tralnin? m Malaya, according to the late classification list of the Straits Racing Association. A They comprise 114 Class One horses, 132 Class Two 228 Class 3, 115 Class Four and 58 CUsg Five.

Caesar would have signed them up... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Caesar would have signed them up... TONIGHT'S BATTLE OF THE GIANTS' THE NECK II WILL GET HIM BY THE NECK AND HELL BE AS HARMLESS AS A SHEEP! VIIAT HAPPENS WHEN TWO BODIES (NOT HKAVENLY BY ANY CHANCE!) U'll WEIGHING ALMOST 1.000 POUNDS RETWEEN THEM COLLIDE? A QUESTION KIT ONLY

JACK THE GIANT BROKE A RULE -AND HE IS SORRY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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JACK THE GIANT BROKE A RULE -AND HE IS SORRY JONATHAN Board await Cardiff report by JACK. THE AMIABLE GIANT, HAS BEEN NAUGHTY—JUST HOW NAUGHTY THE MEN WHO CONTROL BRITISH BOXING ARE WAITING TO HEAR. THEY ARE DETECTING AN OFFICIAL LETTER FROM WALES TELLING HOW IT CAME ABOUT THAT JACK

THIRD VICTORY IN A ROW [ARTICLE]

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THIRD VICTORY IN A ROW CIIY Enuineers scored their third: :ht victory m the City Council inter-department soccer league when tiey U.it City Architects 11-1 at rrer Park on Thursday. I] <s>, Saini, Guan Keat (2». Suppiah and 0.-man (2) scored for, •is and Elias for Architects. I The YMCA

JUNIOR BADMINTON TIES FOR TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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JUNIOR BADMINTON TIES FOR TOMORROW T(JMORROWS »m- In 'he Btl jx»re Badminton Awodatton'f junior cli hipi .starting at, j 6.46 pni are: 1 Men's junior dnublrs Kong Yin 1 Ifenf :m<i Thong Hooi Leone Wong 'loon Kirn and A. N. Othrr 1 Tun Oeok I"n and Oofa Otofc Boon v

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loccm srs<;APORK "A" v SALZBURG .laUn Besar, 5.15 p.m.; SAFA League, Div. 2B: Aston AC. v Halkowyu, 1. 1 1. in Besar, 1 p.m.; Friendly: RoyH Town v Metal Box, Bukit Tlmah. RICKKT RINdATORF. IVILIANS "A" f (OMBINFI) SERVK KS Ne« Soon, 2 p.m. Friendly: Woodhridge Hosp. v Knglnecr Re^t.,

CLOSE (7-62) BLASTS ESSEX [ARTICLE]

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CLOSE (7-62) BLASTS ESSEX Yorkshire take lead m County table; Warwick beat Surrey VOUKSIIIKK YKSTMUMV. TOOK OVER THE I <;l THE COUNT* CBICKET CHAMPIONSHIP TABLE. HIM lif IT IW.\ BY 10 WKKIIS VI KK\m OKI). WHILE SUBRl v LEADERS SINCE THE FIRST WEEK OF THE SEASON, IVERI Bl Ml N

TOURISTS IN EASY WIN [ARTICLE]

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TOURISTS IN EASY WIN DISPLAYING better control and combination on I slippery (round Hong Korv^ Cliine.se opened elr Penang tour with i 4-2 victory over Penang on Victoria Green, Penang yesterday. The tourists got Into th*ur .stride m the IMith minute and lovely lob outside right Hal BaJ was m

Australia take 2-0 lead over Canada [ARTICLE]

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Australia take 2-0 lead over Canada AUSTRALIA gained a 2—0,1 lead over Canada by winning both linglefl mutches on the first day of their American Zone Davis Cup lawn tennis final at Montreal yesterday. Ken Rosewall beat Robert. 8 0, 6 1. 4 G. G 2. m the first match

CLOSE FINISH AT lOHORE BAHRU [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CLOSE FINISH AT lOHORE BAHRU pic- ture GOK KIM KM. (right) just beats Lily Tan m a close finish of the women's 100 yds. at the Johore AAA championships at Johore ftahru yesterday. Free Press

140-guinea horse wins Chesterfield Cup [ARTICLE]

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1 40-guinea horse wins Chesterfield Cup /GLORIOUS Goodwood attended each day by Queen Elizabeth. VJT ended yesterday with Royal Maid, a 5-1 chance, winninu the feature race of the day. the ten furlongs Chesterfield Cup. after a photo-finish between three horses. Royal Maid bought for only 140 guineas by Mrs.

Y.M.C.A. TEAMS BEATEN AT T.T. [ARTICLE]

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Y.M.C.A. TEAMS BEATEN AT T.T. YMCA 'A 1 and B lost their matches last night m the first division of the Selangor table tennis inter team league. YMCA 'A 1 lost 5-4 to Selangor Chinese Engineering Association and the B team were beaten 7-2 by Fui Chew. Div 3 results:

SOUTH CHINA XI IN 5-3 VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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SOUTH CHINA XI IN 5- 3 VICTORY THE South China soccer team from "Hong Kong beat an Australian side by 5-3 under floodlights ia Adelaide last night. Mok Chun Wah and Yi-i Cheuk Yin were the brains beh.nd the Chinese attack. Scorers for South China were: Le Yuk Tak 2.

SCRC TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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SCRC TENNIS The Singapore Chinese R.C. wil hold a handicap tennis tournament for singles and doubles from Aug 12. Entries close on Aug 7. Entry fees are $5 a person an event.

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS *t, i minimum i. j'Mh July to J<. [ITU At K.i .'-ilj IU on 29th July Murgarel <urt > RlchardWitt of J C Smith, a c tughtei Jaoqueltn* Ann.

ENGAGEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMENTS 20 Hurd-, $fi (minimum) OALB-SUTHBILAND: 11m en- i BimoUDCtd of Dawd Lulle Gale Keciah, and Sheena PorbtS Sutherland. Queen Mary Hospital. Hoog Koni?. I.IEW-GOH: Ngik Kee. younger 100 of Madam Lee Yew Chiang ol Serenbftn, and Maureen tag Neo, td d.tUKhter of Mr and Mrs. CJoh Kok Siang of

MARRIAGE [ARTICLE]

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MARRIAGE 20 Uordf, $H (minimum). WHONK NASH: On July 9th. at City Hand Baptist Church, Wineheiter, by the Rev. Twee<lley. Denntl only son of Mr. and Mrs. H Whone of ReiuJing, to Patricia N;tsh. e!d«-r diughLer of Mr. and Mrs. W C D. Nash, of 'Mayfield". Littleton, Winrhester.

DEATH [ARTICLE]

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DEATH 2 ft Word* $6 (minimum). SHERIDA— Mr. S. E. Sherlda. 55. at his home 87. Wilkte Road. Singapore, last night. He leaves a wife and daughter to mourn his loss. Funeral tonight at the Jewish Cemetery. Thomson Road. Deeply rep retted.

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MRS. DENNEHY TAKES A CHANCE-SAYS SOOKA [ARTICLE]

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MRS. DENNEHY TAKES A CHANCE-SAYS SOOKA ■WEI MA Dcnnehy heads the I Free Press Amateur Tip- j League. Her selection v SIGLIO won with a lot m i him on the last day of the Kuala Lumpur meeting and paid $14 for a win and $5 foi n; showing a

ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DISNEY AND SOOKA LOOKS A SAFE DOUBLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DISNEY AND SOOKA LOOKS A SAFE DOUBLE DISNEY m Race One and Sooka m Race Two should make a safe double at Penang today, opening day of the August Bank Holiday meeting. Both are confident stable tips. The going was on the soft side this morning after heavy overnight rain

Krakatoa is a smasher [ARTICLE]

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Krakatoa is a smasher KRAKATOA, a classy Australian four-year-old who rill make Ml bow m Malayan acing this meeting has the looks of a smasher. Standing 16 1 this son of Channel Swell-out-of Vigilant has trem«JJ; dou.s striding power and if ru < ttlea down to Malayan racing edition he

GOOD GOING [ARTICLE]

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GOOD GOING There was a heavy shower last nißht. b«t barring fur^ thrr rain, the ROms should hf» if«»d. RADIO MALAYA wiM 1 broadcast all race*.

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PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS [ARTICLE]

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BARAKAT CAN WIN THE CUP [ARTICLE]

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BARAKAT CAN WIN THE CUP FADING GOLD CIP L BOSSES WILL BE ON VIFW IN THE BANK HOLIDAY CIT (HACK FIVE) AT PENANG TODAY AND THE RACE MAY WELL THROW SOME LIGHT OX NEXT WEEKS CLASSIC But do not be surprised if Barakat, who is not m the Gold Cup

Horses for courses [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Horses for courses HERE is a list of horses who have previously won at Penan*. Above All. ftftf. Ctwice) and (if.: Bridge Law 11. 6f.; Broadside IM. (twice): Barakat sif. and 6f. (twicer. Bliss Fire 6f. and 7f.: Bobsworth 7f. (twice): Brown Booty s\f. and 6f. (twice*: Cinder's Prince 61.

DANIELS STABLE HAS LANDED $250,000 [ARTICLE]

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DANIELS STABLE HAS LANDED $250,000 WALLY Bujiby has .saddled more winners than any other trainer so tar this season. A good meeting at Kuala Lumpur brought hi.s score to 29 but he is not among the first six as far a.s stable winnings are concerned. Keith Daniels i.s still lending

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TANKARD'S RACE QUIPS [ARTICLE]

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TANKARD'S RACE QUIPS Cl. 'I, Cl I— 3^ Furs. HROW.N POOI th»r»-. although may Dead run. i DISNEY: Could also tjitrr the picl iii c v| \|.||> OKDIKS: Won nlrely at Xl doubt if he could beat tin MARCELUE: BaVa your money for a pennaneni iravfl BOYAL FRESCO: First start

SANTA CLAUS SHOWS FORM IN GALLOPS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SANTA CLAUS SHOWS FORM IN GALLOPS HPHK Spencer stable's class 4! .sprinters, Santa Clausj <IJelli and Mickey Mouse were Watched m a rousing gallop on the training track at Penang this morning. They went fast from the half-mile covering the last 3f m 38 I/ft good going on a yielding

Racing crowd jeers and boos judge's verdict [ARTICLE]

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Racing crowd jeers and boos judge's verdict TUDOR BEAUTY, 11 10 favourite, won the four o'clock race by a short head at Lanark the other day and .started a near-riot among thousands m the cheap enclosure. The crowds on the .slopes overlooking the finishing post Stretch booed, .shouted and waved

Improving Westorh will be very hard to beat [ARTICLE]

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Improving Westorh will be very hard to beat met. LUCKY NICK: A loaf wai tram ionic and would need I pickfork SOUND WAVE: He will be ounded MAIIA RANEE: Weaker than a nl it's cup of tea. More than half the field has been I scratched out of thi.%. leaving

CHANCE FOR THREE RINGS TO WIN TWO IN A ROW [ARTICLE]

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CHANCE FOR THREE RINGS TO WIN TWO IN A ROW IIfTM. Throe Rings emulate Col. Whatnot's unique f« ;tt of winning two Penaag Gold Cup races 0 Three Kings la wonderfully fit after a brief spell up the hills. His last appearance was In the Governor's Cup at Bukil Timah

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