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The Singapore Free Press, 1 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Maltya v. 1 Al "Singapore. Mon., Aug. 1. I!>j;>. Pjicf 13 C ts.

RED CHINA, U.S. TALKS STARTING TODAY [ARTICLE]

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RED CHINA, U.S. TALKS STARTING TODAY WHS fust meeting of the his--1 tory- making Communist Chinese and United States talks on repatriation and other questions will be held m Geneva this afternoon. The principal negotiators are Mr Alexis Johnson (United .states) and Mr. Wang Ping \n (China*. Both are with

Dusk-dawn curfew in riot town [ARTICLE]

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Dusk-dawn curfew in riot town 4 DUSK-TO-DAWN curfew ay wu imposed yesterday on both the European and Arab quarters of Marrakesh, Morocco, after rioting which cost 11 lives m 24 hours. Heavy police reinforcements moved up to seal the entrances f the teeming Arab quarter. nen fought six blazes tarted

Air crash evidence removed [ARTICLE]

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Air crash evidence removed lyj ß. Joel Palgi, leader of an Israeli investigation mission m Bulgaria, said yesterday there was no doubt that the Israeli Constellation was shot down by small arms fire, 'probably used by fighters." The plane's 58 passengers, including 13 Americans, were killed, Mr. Palgi said that

Bombs under U.S. cars [ARTICLE]

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Bombs under U.S. cars Terrorists n;ght exploded bombs under two ears belonging to members of the U.S. embassy m Saigon. The owners, Roger Darling and Anita Lauve, had left the cars m the street outside the United States Information Service building m which they have flats. Reuter

But not Red China [ARTICLE]

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But not Red China A Filipino congressman has proposed that the Philippines establish diplomatic and trade relations with Russia but not with R<'d China.- U.P.

Two children die in ice box [ARTICLE]

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Two children die in ice box T^WO children were found dead yesterday from a.sohyxlation m an ice box which had been placed m front of their home for repairs m Tokyo. A rag picker opened the *cc box yesterday morning and found Kyoko, 10, and her brother, Shiueru, 4, trapped

FOUR-NATION PLAN TO BEAT SMUGGLERS [ARTICLE]

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FOUR-NATION PLAN TO BEAT SMUGGLERS Spore agrees to united action CniSTOMS authorities m t Singapore, Bangkok. Hong Konji and Tckyo are willing to take part m a co-ordinated system proposed by the Philippines to curb international smuggling, a returning^customs official reported today Major Agapito Heridia chici intelligence officer of the

WORKERS SPLIT ON STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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WORKERS SPLIT ON STRIKE JHE STRIKE of 10,000 workers called by the-Singaporc City Council Labour Unions Federation to begin at midnight omorrow may be a flop. Executive committees of all the affiliated fmiunti ace !ti meet :il f* p.m. tocfay lo consider ;iciinn. A majority of the labourers appear to

Crisis talks begin [ARTICLE]

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Crisis talks begin TALKS to end Singapore's constitutional crisis be^an today at Government Hoirse between the Secretary of Siatr.for the Colonies, Mr, v 'Alan Lennox-Boyd, fend the Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall. The talks lasted more than 90 minutes. Mr. Lennox-Boyd is expected to meet the Ministers later.

6 Chiang warships sunk, Reds claim [ARTICLE]

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6 Chiang warships sunk, Reds claim Red China today claimed that during a period of one year, starting July 1 last year. its forces wiped out 4.672 Nationalist Chinese forces shot down or damaged 160 u.h. made planes, sank six Nationalist warships and captured 57 motor junks.— U.P.

Gay times are out for Jap husbands [ARTICLE]

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Gay times are out for Jap husbands JAPANESE husbands can no J longar visit the gay quarters, of Tokyo and other cities with the impunity they once did. Post-war statistics >how that their once long-suffering wives are now divorcing erring spouses. Divorce by women is a relatively new thing m

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picture. Eiuht Muslim priests hunting verses from the Koran during the birthday ceremony held yesterday at the the tomb of the Indian kiMin.it (saint) m Bukit Timah Road, Singa- pore Free Press

RUSSIANS AND U.S. GIRL SHOW 'REAL SPIRIT' [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIANS AND U.S. GIRL SHOW 'REAL SPIRIT' nnfJßn ■ttaniiaa »t Ifce 1 Soviet Kmhassy m I. on E Uon had gJMftf flights .it I .ish un. Hampshire, pil«»t=id l»v .*> v»-.ii »ld K«-t"y WcMMiw.ird. boMer <»f 1 Aincru.in uonnn's hluliuk, recorws daring thr iir»tish X n.itioiii! «ii(Jin,^ champion "This is

Young prince at helm [ARTICLE]

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Young prince at helm Thirteen-year-old Prince Michael of Kent was at the helm of the Duke of Edinburgh's yacht, m the Flying Fifteen's race during the Royal Thames Yacht Club's regatta at Cowes yesterday.

FIGHT IN JAP PARLIAMENT [ARTICLE]

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FIGHT IN JAP PARLIAMENT Liberal beaten up m 6 no-war 9 bill row A LEADING Liberal member of Japan's Diet (Parlia- ment) suffered two broken ribs m a scuffle with Socialists and spectators m an uproarious week-end adjournment session, it was reported yesterday m Tokyo. Yuiichi Kori, chairman of the

Geneva talks put U.S. nearer Peking recognition [ARTICLE]

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Geneva talks put U.S. nearer Peking recognition 'ITS A BAD SIGN/ SAY ANTI-RED ASIANS r MMIK Unit* 'l .Staffs is moving 1 the r- cognition of Communist China the concliu lon n r«luct:intly b, many of eilca'fl anti-Communi t allies m A la, say: v QP. iblp fro .i n<

More West trade with Red bloc [ARTICLE]

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More West trade with Red bloc UNITED STATES trade with the European Soviet bloc appears to be rising slowly, with some indication of broadening Russian interest m nonstrategic commodities, reports U.S. Secretary of Commerce Sinclair Weeks. However, it is still far below the level it held prior to the Korean

CHOU PEACE MOVE IS WORTH EXPLORING' [ARTICLE]

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CHOU PEACE MOVE IS WORTH EXPLORING' pOMMUNIST Chinese Prime Vy Minister Chou En-lai's suggestion for a collective peace treaty between Red China, the United States and other Pacific and Asian nations is worth exploring, Minister of External Affairs R. G. Casey said m Canberra yesterday. He added, however, that the

Europeans will hand jobs to Africans [ARTICLE]

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Europeans will hand jobs to Africans rpHE Anglo-American group of companies, one of Rhodesia's largest copper mine owners, announced m Salesbury they have signed an agreement with the European Mineworkers' Union that 24 categories of jobs now held by Europeans will be transferred to Africans. The transfers will take place

CHEAPER MONEY [ARTICLE]

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CHEAPER MONEY Pakistan yesterday devalued its currency, bringing it down to par with currencies of the greater part of the Sterling Bloc.- A.P.

Train travellers went on strike [ARTICLE]

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Train travellers went on strike BRITISH train travellers don't often complain about the notoriously lackadaisical attitude of the nationalised British railroads toward passenger comfort. But they did on Saturday and surprised railroad officials hurriedly Jumped to set things right. It was a railway strike m reverse. Hundreds of travellers bound

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GIRL, 17 CONQUERS CHANNEL [ARTICLE]

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GIRL, 17 CONQUERS CHANNEL I ;vn BELL, 17-year-old VI schoolgirl I. c the yourm. st to conquer the Enu- innel when she landed Dover from Cap Gris No, rilyn. a slightly built only five feet talll, took >4 m S5 minute to swim I mile Channel. This «raa one hour

ENGLISH GIRL GETS A 'FIRST' [ARTICLE]

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ENGLISH GIRL GETS A 'FIRST' Blonde, blue-eyed Margaret tier of England became Irst woman ever to swim Capri to Naples last m a marathon race which featured 19 of the world's top men and women miners. Margaret. 22. completed the rrent-swept 19-mile crossing 12 hours 11 minutes 49 •onds. All

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MORE than 300 professional and amateur photographers attended the annual picnic, sponsored by the Singapore Chinese Photographic Trade Association at the Sing Lim Tze temple at Kirn Keat Road yesterday. Six cafe singers, Misses Che Men (m picture above), Choo Siau Len, Huang Sau Yeun, Chong Lai Lai, Chong Lai

Bull charged at the red glider [ARTICLE]

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Bull charged at the red glider TRAPPED PILOT EVEN OFFERED HIS MAP I PILOT who landed his red slider m the middle of a iV dairy herd m a field near Lasham, Hampshire, Tday spent an unhappy 25 minutes vainly trying persuade a bull to stop tearing holes m his

BIRD BLINDS PILOT IN COLLISION [ARTICLE]

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BIRD BLINDS PILOT IN COLLISION twin-engined Finnish plane with eight passengers rd made a forced landing Bullofta airfield, near Malmoe, South Sweden, after a bird had smashed the winr »w m the pilot's cabin. The pilot, cut about the face and temporarily blinded by splintered glass, made a perlanding watched

Harriman to fore [ARTICLE]

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Harriman to fore tI.S Vice-President Richard M. Nixon said yesterday that New York Governor Aven-11 Harriman seema to be gaining favour as a Democratic presi- dential nominee.- A.P.

INDIA'S 'NO' TO NAGA SELF-RULE [ARTICLE]

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INDIA'S 'NO' TO NAGA SELF-RULE rpHE Indian Government has L refused to treat with the tierce Na»a tribesmen unless they renounce violence and give up their demand for independence, a Govern ment spokesman announced m New Delhi yesterday. Nearly 800,000 tribesmen inhabit the vast unadministered wilderness m Assam's northeast frontier

A Governor gives chase to a burglar [ARTICLE]

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A Governor gives chase to a burglar (GOVERNOR Goodwin Knight wa.s credited with foiling a burglar early yesterday m a hotel cottage at Santa Monica. California, where the Governor and his wife were sleeping. "I'll get you, Knight told reporters he .shouted as he bounded from the bed. But the

Suzan goes home [ARTICLE]

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Suzan goes home Actress Suzan Ball last night quietly left a Hollywood hosnital though .still ".seriously ill from cancer.— U.P.

Zhukov's message [ARTICLE]

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Zhukov's message Soviet Marshal Georgl Zhiikov has sent v < tings on Red China's army day. A .P.

Japanese in Moscow [ARTICLE]

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Japanese in Moscow poup of ten Japanese wotrisited Moscow yesterday 1 ir way home from the re*U World Mothers Congress at Lausanne. Switzerland.

More babies in U.S. [ARTICLE]

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More babies in U.S. A total of 3,342,599 babi^ were born m United States taLs last year, a gain of *w,j<iy over 1953.- A.P.

MONKS DEFY POLICE BAN [ARTICLE]

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MONKS DEFY POLICE BAN Hundreds of celibate Buddhist monks and nun.^ 1 streamed into Seoul yesterday to attend a convention called today despite a polirr yarnin? they would be arrested if they met. National Police Chief Kirn Cha Heung issued the I warning alter LM Chon- Dam, leader of thr-

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The Singapore Free Press MONDAY, August 1, 1955. Opinion CALM AND REASON [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press MONDAY, August 1, 1955. Opinion CALM AND REASON rpHIS is the beginning of a crucial week for Singapore There have been crises m plenty since the Marshall Government was voted into power by a limited section of the population and Singapore has seldom been without any

LAND OF PEACE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LAND OF PEACE CiAM the bis nations of th«. world live m periii .1 n»• n t and enduring HMlf That i.s th«- (HHstion Jx'iriK askrd m every lanliage, iftrr the Bit: Four inret m (irnrva. Britain. America. Kussia and France could not have met m a more appropriate city,

Too much freedom too quickly [ARTICLE]

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Too much freedom too quickly J. C. GRAHAM by From the Stone Age to the Present Day m little more than a century The pace of Progress has proved too rapid for a onceproud people of the British Commonwealth rpHE parly had been going on for a long time, with

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley J MR. MACDONALD j AND THE. PRIZE WINNER Mr. Mac Donald, the Commissioner (1 c n c r al. < has bright comment to make to Mrs. A. Ormlston, first prize winner m the National Black and White Art Exhibition, at the British Council Hall, Singapore.

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis j STAR s AWFUL^TJ A iftffiJ E f 2a--MY HANDS") IS UP. HE IS HIS I I FMM? lea d you into a career which 1 SOLO HIM A PILL-- SO I COULD ~\(^~T~-_ Vy MU> J < OWN AGE y ~^\C—% 1"

BID TO CLEAN UP CENTRES [ARTICLE]

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BID TO CLEAN UP CENTRES New rules will stop exploiters I > T F\V measures are being taken by the Government to prevent community centres and youth clubs m >iiii;apore from being exploited by some people for political and personal ends. A spokesman of the Ministry of Labour and Welfare

HONEYMOON MAN FALLS DOWN CLIFF [ARTICLE]

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HONEYMOON MAN FALLS DOWN CLIFF A MAN on his honeymoon fell over a cliff while strolUng arm m arm with his wife. Mr. Christopher Dodgson, of Woodlands-avenue, Whitefield, Manchester, was married and two days later, while walking with his wife Marion along the path that ziz-zags down Bristol's 200 ft.

Marlene gives send-off to 200 children [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Marlene gives send-off to 200 children fbjfs;d;fjgsld Keystone picture.

Labour Minister opens fair today [ARTICLE]

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Labour Minister opens fair today Mr. Lim Yew Hock, the Minister of Labour and Social Mare, will open the Geylang •thodist Church food and lair at 12.30 o'clock today the Geylang Methodist iris 1 School m Aljunied Road. The fair will run until 6 p.m.

ROUND THEWORLD BY FREIGHTER [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ROUND THE WORLD BY FREIGHTER Miss Evelyn Guy (left), a teacher of speed read m and Miss Pauline Thom&s, school teacher, who are travelling round the world by freighter.

She teaches you to read faster [ARTICLE]

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She teaches you to read faster And understanding is boosted T EARNING to read faster is La the latest educational innovation m the United States. On a week's visit to Singapore is a young teacher of this new technique, Californten born Miss Evelyn Guy. "It is quite simple really, she

'I WANT SELF-RULE BUT TIME IS NOT YET' [ARTICLE]

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'I WANT SELF-RULE BUT TIME IS NOT YET' Letter to the Editor I WAS grutifi'd t<> read In the July 27 issue of the Five Press that Lord Beaverbrooks Evening Standard said editorially that while the demands (for immediate self-rule > would certainly be redoubled when Mr. Lennox Boyd arrives

THE CHERUB WHO HUNTED KILLERS [ARTICLE]

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THE CHERUB WHO HUNTED KILLERS THE detective who changed the face of London's underworld has died m hospital: Chief Superintendent William James Chapman, head of Scotland Yards murder squad and former flying squad chief. He was 56. A Suffolk man, he joined the police as constable on the brat m

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LAST OF THE BUSHRANGERS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LAST OF THE BUSHRANGERS C. D. T. Baker-Car r They sent a field gun to dislodge Ned Kelly by THE WORLO'S STRANGEST STORIES I^OR over two years four young men had terrorised the state of Victoria, defied the whole Australian nation and brought fear of violent death to all who

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Ned Kelly —m bis armoured suit beaten out of ploughshares,

FIRST PRIVATE ATOM REACTOR [ARTICLE]

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FIRST PRIVATE ATOM REACTOR PLANS for constructing first atomic research reactor to be owned by a private industrial company nave been announced by the Wesi inghouse Electric Corporation. Gwilym A. Price, Westim?hou.se president, .said reactor will be used chiefly for testing materials und< r conditions of nuclear radiation. •This reactor,"

THE COMPLETE MAN-AS SEEN BY THE DUKE [ARTICLE]

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THE COMPLETE MAN-AS SEEN BY THE DUKE SPECIALISED knowledge alone does not make the complete man, suggested the Duke of Edinburgh. The fact that a man was a specialist could not excuse him fr° m his responsibilities. Knotvlegde of science vital •Students," he told a conference ol rectors of the

Girl struck boy tries a break-in [ARTICLE]

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Girl struck boy tries a break-in SHE was not the 14-year-old boy's girl friend, but he wanted her to be. So, to find out when she finished lessons, he broke into her school to look at the time-table. The boy tried the break-in on a Sunday. But the caretaker caught

Good house to pass by [ARTICLE]

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Good house to pass by rE burglars by-passed the home of the detectiveconstable. But five other houses In Haynes-road. Northfleet, Kent. were entered. And the C.I.D. man is away on a course.

Girls ask: 'Were we switched' [ARTICLE]

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Girls ask: 'Were we switched' BLONDE Aad van Vegten and brunette Leny van Duyn of the The Hagae are still trying to answer this question: Were we given to the wrong mothers after our birth 23 years ago? Both are certain that a mistake was made. So are their families.

Cigar-smoking Countess is dubbed 'the female Marlon Brando' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cigar-smoking Countess is dubbed 'the female Marlon Brando' =QIN( 'X her arri\al m tMg- w land from Germany. =HHena. Countess Rayevsky. has made unite an impact Eon London. As a guest at a r«"trpti<vi sin* met film who immrdiatoly Edubbed her 'the female EMarlon Brando" (spen Ml rthe right as

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IT'S EVERBODY ON THE FLOOR! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IT'S EVERBODY ON THE FLOOR! sfiwnd avow on ftrueaty Niswt Leo looks down' on his pals *S%S&&£*ULI2I&i lift? u< i A i f p-- <■■> tain Mr I i vvm.u fl' rt l 5 S hls Sl k a "'''">l hot,l "capF t %bl. 1 »c Mr^n^'v^^^r are Mr Eri<

The young man all Britain is talking about [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The young man all Britain is talking about James Leasor EDWARD. ..GEORGE. ..NICHOLAS. ..PAUL... PATRICK. .THEY GOT THE NAMES RIGHT by IIfHEN' the R.A.F. Sunderland Hying boat with the Duke of Kent ato ird crashed In the n.i.st of a Scottish mountain 13 years ago this August his death created

Spotlight on women in (brief) swimsuits [ARTICLE]

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Spotlight on women in (brief) swimsuits The Bikini makes big news today TOHE Bikini never really X caught on m Britain partly because it is very rarely hot enough to wear such a minimum of clothing and partly because of the innate conservatism of the average British woman, writes lan

Penicillin may NOT be good for you [ARTICLE]

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Penicillin may NOT be good for you MR. A. was lying on the examination table, waiting for an injection o l penicillin. I asked whether he had had penicillin before. Oh. yes," he said, "on many occasions. I have taken lozenges, applied penicillin ointment and I also received a few

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piiiujc. 'Parade," a cao m geranium coloured velvet, worn hv n£M Volande Magny, m a fashion show of autumn and winlcr s»*ation« m Paris. Popper

Big new offensive against disease [ARTICLE]

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Big new offensive against disease BEM PRICE by SCIENTISTS m the American city of Bethesda are waging one of history's greatest struggles against the crippling and deadly diseases that still afflict mankind. The attack is earned on m a sprawling maze of laboratories m 20 red brick buildings known collectively

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picture. f;lgjd;sdgjfd;dk Popper

NOTHING to DECLARE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NOTHING to DECLARE TODAY'S TALE IS rOLD BY PETER BROOK r rHINGS always happen 1 to me on airplanes. A short while ago I had to go to Berlin. I boarded the four-e n^incd, American airplane at Heathrow, .settled back comfortably m my seat and was Just fastening the safety

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5 i?. IUJSLS i"T aK I <JOW n 1 f^^th I duri,wr bin visit U» the <« Hollywood s< rtJn whnrr U,r film 'lUlci^ii And The Vlrcin Queen" is b^iii^ Jiot

ABOUT THE AUTHOR [ARTICLE]

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR |>IN<; ROUND THE MOON and The Little Hut are only two of Peter Brook's London productions He has had the same phenomenal success m New York and m Germany, which he toured with Measure For Measure m 1950. All this from the provocative young man he is

IS IT TRUE? [ARTICLE]

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IS IT TRUE? turning over and they "drowned all sound. Then I realised that they had pulled Ole to his feet and were dragging him up the passage between the seats. I nudged Don "We'd better do somerhing," I said. We got up, followed quickly and tapped the officer on

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SHE'S NOT AS SLIM AS MOTHER WAS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SHE'S NOT AS SLIM AS MOTHER WAS CHAPMAN PINCHER iitiiim ilium Jbv "iiiiiiiiHiiiii Tin- startling truth about lll** modern woman's figure WITH all the aid of Tf slimmine; pills and reducing diets the modern girl is not as slim as her mother was when she was young. She is considerably

THIS RUNAWAY ROMANCE HAD A HAPPY ENDING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THIS RUNAWAY ROMANCE HAD A HAPPY ENDING Anne Edwards says go OFTEN, I have noticed, when there is a runaway romance m the family the parents dish out to the couple this sort of wait-till-you-know-your-own-mind advice. Wait a little longer until you know each other better... You are scarcely old

For your scrapbook [ARTICLE]

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For your scrapbook JJERE are some recipes for your scrapbook from a book just published by Gertrude Mann: CRAB AND RICE SALAD: Boil two cups of rice, drain and dry a few moments m a cool oven. Season while hot with a little tarragon vinegar, enough olive oil to make

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The Ladies Choice carven M\ par f urns Aft Turis ]?l J MA G P Ih F E //t\ '"/X CHASSF GARDEE 1 ROBE DUN SOIR //o\\ Ls\^ Obi uwbl' at Leading S/<y« J/ J FAVIE-IfUBA WATCH CO LTD \yf 18 F B«tt«ry Ro«d Sing«poi«

The girl with a thousand gestures dances on... [ARTICLE]

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The girl with a thousand gestures dances on... ANNE SHARPLEY SHANTA RAO FINDS WESTERN II IMI II lIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIUIIIIII 111 l HUHt lIHIHIHMMIIMII HIM IHHIHIIIIHtIHIIIMIfHttIMHIIimUIintIIIMtMIII inn,,,, ||llll|||, BALLET AS INSIPID ,AS ITS t "til 11 1 Mil I HIM (til Hill COOKING Indian dancer Bhanta R.io gave rr.r a proud look.

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picture. SIR Claude Corea, High Commissioner for Ceylon, seen with Cevlonese debutantes before they left his London residence to be presented to the Queen at Buckingham Palace by Lady Corea. The debutantes are, left to right: Miss Ilika de Silva. Miss Marylin de Kretser, Miss Sathya Samarasinghe. Miss Darini Somasuntheram

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand ALTHOUOB North held only fX thrct spa (Ik they were of exctlleni Quality Having pa-ssed a ■Hi had to make a strong re«ponac and since he had a completely unstopped buit the fii>«it>i«- raise *;<:, more attractive Uuu a jump rMponac In no-trump. Wesi op«Md UM QHttn of

CULTURE FESTIVAL [ARTICLE]

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CULTURE FESTIVAL fiiE Bghtta Kinc*i Koyui trkh Hussars, wearing historical uniform!, opened the fourth annual ■UTOptU) Festival of Culture ;tt Pa.s.sau, B.i'.n::. 00 Saturday, Urif Buropi top cultural attraetkmi are bttng pre&enled daily Uuuuijh Lhii week..

He wore no shirt under his cravat [ARTICLE]

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He wore no shirt under his cravat r r\VO MEN m Edwardian suits gate-crashed a Soho (London) costume party, posing as historical Soho characters. They drank two bottles of whuky and ate their nil before being discovered by the house detective. Explained the hostess: "Soho's history is so odd that

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I I I 1 I 1 li J CLUES ACROSS other nationals (6). 2 Many mugs I alter (91. ll a feature of model kitchens (3). 8 Looking back on a road leading 14 A .steersman with a hair deconto Buckingham Palace (5). tion (7). 9 Vessel that gives a

AVA'S GOODBYE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AVA'S GOODBYE DAVID LEW IN by- Quits Hollywood to build a home m Spain AVA GARDNER and Hollywood have decided to call it quits. Not professionally, of course -but from now on Hollywood will no longer be home for Miss Gardner. Miss Gardner herself m London at the moment finishing

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BEHIND the fan is a favourLe Shakila, heroine of the Indian screen. She play s a ''■aior role mi n "Halla duila, »>«• llari Raya attraction at wi« Gar rick, Singapore.

WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE FILM STUDIOS [ARTICLE]

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WHAT'S NEW AROUND THE FILM STUDIOS IN THE RE-MAKE DEPARTMENT; Dick Powell will film exteriors for tnn musical version of "It Happened One Nißht" with hLs wife, June Allyscn and the brilliant comedian, Bostonian Jack 1 Lemmon. The company will do the tropical run -the Bahamas around Nassau, Miami, and

This director has an ARTIST'S eye [ARTICLE]

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This director has an ARTIST'S eye BRIAN YOUNG says 'THE name of Vincente Minnelli today stands for the finest m screen entertainment. The list of pictures which he has directed including that Academy Award -winner "An American In Paris," is a notable one They include "Father of the Bride," "The

WANTED: an Oscar for Liber ace! [ARTICLE]

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WANTED: an Oscar for Liber ace! NOW the swrft's out. Concert pianist Liberace yearns to win an OMr! Not by playing the piano, not by singing or dancing, lie thinks it would be just great if some producer would give him a change to go straight dramatic. In fact he's

INDIA FACES PROBLEM OF THE BEGGARS [ARTICLE]

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INDIA FACES PROBLEM OF THE BEGGARS l»\ ;i Special Correspondent i |K is three feet high, the dwarf barber b\ Worli Beggars' Home, Bombay. He slipped oil the box he must stand on to reacll hi.s customers' hair and came forward smiling to meet mo. He i.s proud to be

The Circus goes to Ruth [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Circus goes to Ruth Eight-year-old Ruth Reed was clawed by a polar bear recently m Southsea Zoo. But the owner of the zoo gave Ruth a private show. She is seen with Gunther, the blase chimpa.nzee (above) who seems to be a bift comfort. Below. Billy, another chinpanzee handles

Give them a toothbrush as soon as they can hold it [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Give them a toothbrush as soon as they can hold it LOUISE PETRIE Says I)R. T. H. J. DOUGLAS, 11 Chief Dental Officer m Scotland, would like- to sco children being taught to use a toothbrush as ***** as they are able to hold one. He favours a soft brush.

ZABAGLIONE HAS EARNED A LOT OF SUPPORT FOR THE CUP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ZABAGLIONE HAS EARNED A LOT OF SUPPORT FOR THE CUP FREE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT ni CFNTLY-promoted Westoth followed up her recent Kuala Lumpur success with a X clever half-length win from Disney m Race One, a 5»/ 2 f handicap for Class 4, Div. 1 horses. Brown Booty refused to

Penang race weights [ARTICLE]

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Penang race weights KICHTB for four races on Saturday, last day of l'«riang Turf Club t Bank Holiday Necttag on Aug. 6 are: THE GOLD CUP (I. 1, |)IV. I— l«4M Pacific 9.00 Kirfleur 8.13 v »iangrila 8.07 Thl»« Rings 8.07 Kennies 8.07 ZabaffHtM 8.07 Delivery 8.00 Strata Code 8.00

INJURED TRABERT GIVES W.O. [ARTICLE]

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INJURED TRABERT GIVES W.O. TONY Trabert the 1955 Wim--1 bledon champion, injured his back m a gruelling match with Herb Flam m the semifinal of the Meadow Club International lawn tennk tournament at Southampton, New York, yesterday. Trabrrt who won his .semifinal 6-8. 6-1. 6-4, 2-6, 6-1 against Flam, said

RAF Hong Kong prepare for inter-group championship [ARTICLE]

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RAF Hong Kong prepare for inter-group championship Ralph Blakeman By THE R.A T. HONG KON(. SOCCEB HAM ARRIVED IN SINGAPORE 1 AST WKKK FOR THE IN I KK (.KOI P CHAMPIONSHIPS, WHICH IS TO BK HELD AT R.A I SELETAR, o.\ AUG. K. S AND 10. Teams from Ceylon, Malaya

SUGAR RAY IS ALMOST CERTAIN TO FIGHT OLSON [ARTICLE]

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SUGAR RAY IS ALMOST CERTAIN TO FIGHT OLSON SUGAR Ray Robinson, former world middleweight boxing champion, will almost certainly meet the present holder Carl (Bobnj Olson for the title m Chicago on Nov. 4, it was stated m New York last night. Robinson will meet Official! of the International Boxing

AUSSIES BEAT CANADA 5-0 [ARTICLE]

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AUSSIES BEAT CANADA 5-0 AUSTRAIJA completed a 5-0 vun over C;m;ul;t In the Noith American Zone Duvlh Cup flrml m Montieal yestrrday by winning the two eorwludiux singles. In the nrst. I^wls Hoaf! beat Donald Fontariii 9-7 7 5. C-l. and then Ken RoteweU beat Henri Rochon 8-1 r»-2. 6-1.

S. CHINA HELD [ARTICLE]

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S. CHINA HELD A GOAL m the closing conds, robb <i the South China touring soccer team from Hong Kong Of victory against a Strong Northern Districts team at Cessnock, 136 miles north of Sydney, yesterday. Th«- game ended In a three all draw. Reuter

Bobet wins cycle Tour [ARTICLE]

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Bobet wins cycle Tour lOUISON Bolxt. 30-year-old j French ex-baker, won tbi 2,775-mHe Tour Dp France cycle race u> u< cone the n r r man to win Drance'i grratrst sports ipectaele tliree Urn»n m succession. Thr- last ♦<»»?'' (ii tfio raro--112 mil;, was won by Miguel Poblei <sp:»in but

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Days of dilemma for England cricket selectors [ARTICLE]

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Days of dilemma for England cricket selectors ONLY COMPTON AND MAY CONSISTENT COL 111 AFRICA* VICTORY IN THE FOURTH CRH KIT II si h AT LEEDS PKOVKD TWO THINGS. THESE SPRINGBOKS IRE GREAT FIGHTERS AM) ENGLAND ARE NOI \S GOOD \S THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE AFTER IHhIK SUCCESSFUL AUSTRAUAN TOI

HERE'S ONE FOR LUCK, OLD BOY! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HERE'S ONE FOR LUCK, OLD BOY! picture. KING KONG about to take a mighty swing from Gora on Saturday night. 1 Free Press

CHATAWAY IN RECORD 3 MILES RUN [ARTICLE]

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CHATAWAY IN RECORD 3 MILES RUN AT W II TIT! CITY: Chris halaway broke the world's threemil.- record with a time of 13 mm. 13/» sec. m the athletics match between Britain and C;ermany. The previous record was U mm. 26.4 sec. set by Vladimir Kucs of Russia, m Prague

Woodbridge win [ARTICLE]

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Woodbridge win Woodhrtdft Hospital baa 4 RAF ■ah by 28 runt In friendly -ri< kct match at Yl > Cllll Kan li<i:id ycstcldav Woodbri 44 (Hunt 4-14. Woodward :i n. Andarion 2-i3» and lot; doel Ita londrmin 50, M Yu.'nt 16, R PM'tlll 13 >. j.nKah 53 <Monk 32 C.T

CORA COULD NOT SHIFT HIS 542 POUNDS FAST ENOUGH... [ARTICLE]

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CORA COULD NOT SHIFT HIS 542 POUNDS FAST ENOUGH... I ARK Gora Singh, down as No. 1 sheep-eater m these parts. As a wrestler, he does not hold that qualification. After seeing him go through five rounds of ordeafc— AND ORDEAL IT WAS— against King Kong at the Happy World

50s by Hersh, Le Mercier [ARTICLE]

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50s by Hersh, Le Mercier I^MIL LI MERCIER rind Hersh J .scored Jiali DCnturiM when Singapore Recraatloa Ctub bait Royal Army Pai Corps by 40 runs m a erlckel lixture on the pad. ing f ttorday SRC 191 (E. l,e Mereier 64. J. Marks 33, C. Schubert 25. P. Martens

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Free Press RACE DAY Special [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Free Press RACE DAY Special Amateur tipsters

RON BARTH SELECTS: Freedom Train (RACE 2) [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RON BARTH SELECTS: Freedom Train (RACE 2) MRS. THELMA DENNEHY almost earned another chance of tipping again today but her selection SOOKA m Race 2 at Penang on Saturday ran second, being beaten by MA lI A RANEE by three lengths. Sooka paid $5 for a place. Mrs. Dennehy's profit

ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS IRK-I'ASSEk PKLANDOK fcPSOM JEO CALL BOY POINTEE I I Race STREAM SONG FAYS HARVEST STREAM SONG MOVIE II GOLD TRAIN 2.30. Mickey Mouse sir. -am Sons Gold Train BucenUur Movie II Gold Train Counsel IV Mickey Mouse Brown Eye* Stream Song j Race 2. FREEDOM TRAIN

GOING WILL BE HEAVY TODAY: BACK AJIT, TWO DIAMONDS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GOING WILL BE HEAVY TODAY: BACK AJIT, TWO DIAMONDS 1 REE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT MUDLARKS will be to the fore at Penang today, second day of the August Bank Holiday Meeting. Heavy rain fell m the early hours this morning— it is still drizzling at the time of writing (8.45

WELL AWAY TO VICTORY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WELL AWAY TO VICTORY yiciurc. fur/ personality: DISTRIBUTOR (Rare 4)

HEAVYWEIGHT KEITH WAS ONCE A LIGHTWEIGHT JOCKEY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HEAVYWEIGHT KEITH WAS ONCE A LIGHTWEIGHT JOCKEY Phil Tankard L'IIIiMIIMIIIII fay MNIIIIHtIINV ffi') LOOK AT KKITII DANIIXS NOW. ONE VVOILI) NEVEB 1 GUESS HE HAD BEEN A SUCCESSFUL LIGHTWEIGHT JOCKEY. HE NOW LOOKS LIKE THE LATEST OPPONENT FOR KIN(i KONG. Keith was apprenticed t<» his father m Newcastle. His father

PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS RACE 1-2.30: CLASS 4, DIV. 3-5% FURS. 1. 270 Barracuda 6y blkajj «L and L Synd Bagby 9.00 Bagbv j r 2. 224 Stream Song 3f bern <A. Shaik Anamad» Breukelen 9.00 Leon v 3. 544 Fay's Harvest 3y beta <C. H. Smith and L. C.

TRACK FORM OF TODAY'S ACCEPTORS [ARTICLE]

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TRACK FORM OF TODAY'S ACCEPTORS HMt-U'K FORM 01 HORSES IS ILWAYS A POINTER fo THEIR CHANCES ON RACE DAYS. BELOW ARE LISTED THE TRAINING (l I OPS OF ALL HORSES TAKING PART IN TODAYS ,;\<KS AT PENANG: CLASS 2, DIV. t MALAYAN SCHOLAR: 28.7.55 Went la^t round bends easng off

CORALITA WINS CLOSE FINISH AT PENANG [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CORALITA WINS CLOSE FINISH AT PENANG ridiKK IMLILKL. Cl. 4, Div. 3-5J Furs. BARBACUDA: Ikan Bills. RTBSAJM BONG: Consistent. this could be it. PAY'S HARVEST: Could reap m this v«ry weak field. GOLD TRAIN: The bullion m:iy fet through if the track If not too hard. MATRIX: Three year oid.

'Darby' Munro hands in his jockeys licence [ARTICLE]

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'Darby' Munro hands in his jockeys licence DAVID HtTG II MIINRO ('I)KMON DARB"). ONF OF AUSTRALIA'S MOST (mOMIFUL JOCKFYS AND ONF OF TIIF WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS RIDFRS, HAS lIANDFI) IN HIS LICENCE HE WILL NOT APPLY TO THE AUSTRALIAN .lOCKFY CLUB FOR A RIDING LICENCE FOR Till: SEASON WHICH OPFNS

Cynosure, Bright Eyes 11, Pinner can make it [ARTICLE]

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Cynosure, Bright Eyes 11, Pinner can make it ;CING OF FOBTUHI: Only /ounf. but at the moment h** i zircon. We.stoth Droved there Ls not much bctfrecn fourth imi ulth cIAJI w*hich points to Pinner being somewhat of a uood tiling The only danger would be Motion Picture who ran