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The Singapore Free Press, 2 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. 143:25. Singapore, Tues., Aug. 2. 1955. Price 15 Cls

RUBBER UP 3½ CENTS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER UP 3½ CENTS liHE price of rubber m Singapore this morning rose to ;1 42*2 a H>. for August first grade, f.o.b buyers, a 3V2-cent rise over last Friday's close. This was the top-level price for this year and the highest since January 10, 1952. The sharp advance was

TYRE PRICE UP AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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TYRE PRICE UP AGAIN rpHE price of rubber tyres J. was increased 3*4 per cent yesterday by three big U.S. manufacturers B. F. Goodrich Co., Goodyear Tyre and the United States Rubber Company. This is the fourth increase since November 1. A Goodrich spokesman said passenger car tyre prices probably

Heat costs jobs [ARTICLE]

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Heat costs jobs Chrysler Corporation laid of! 11.000 factory workers at its Dodge main plant yesterday because of 94-degree heat.

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. SeCfetoff of State for the Colonies, and Lady Patricia LcnnoxBoyd left Singapore for Jesselton tliis moriiThey took off from Scletar m an K./vr. Sundcrland flying boat. Before leSTteg iiovernment lions.- th« y wtru ieeu off by the Commissioner-General Mr MukolMi Mac Donald, the Chief Minister, Mr David

Stall owner attacked by gang of 12 [ARTICLE]

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Stall owner attacked by gang of 12 A GANG of 12 Chinese attacked a food stall at People's Park m North Bridge Road, Singapore at 2.30 a.m. today and injured the proprietor, Leong Say. He told the police that just before he closed the stall, four Chinese opened his refrigerator

$3,845 gems stolen [ARTICLE]

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$3,845 gems stolen Jewellery worth $3,845 was reported to have been stolen from a house iri Amber Road, Singapore on Sunday. The victim. J. H. Asian, told the police that his wife returned home at 12.30 a.m. to find the front door open and the lights on. The house was

Plastic bombs cut Saigon railway [ARTICLE]

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Plastic bombs cut Saigon railway A CHAIN of explosions rocked Saigon early today. An official investigation showed terrorists aimed the blast at the railway line connecting the main Saigon station and the port. The line passes through the centre of Saigon. Officials said plastic bombs were used which cut the

BLACK'S PLEDGE ON HIS POWERS [ARTICLE]

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BLACK'S PLEDGE ON HIS POWERS use them m harsh manner* r VUE Governor, Sir Robert Black, assured the Singapore Legislative Assembly this morning that he did not propose to exercise his discretionary powers "m a didactic and iiarsh manner or m any way calculated to frustrate the Government m discharging

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SEATO pledge by U.S. [ARTICLE]

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SEATO pledge by U.S. Si, BEATO diplomat! m Washington have been astured that the us contemplated no major change In it policy towards Communi.st China at Geneva without first consulting Hi Far Eastern allies it wu.s teamed yesterday. v s. ofßdali extended this assurance after at least one seato power

S'PORE HEADING FOR ECONOMIC TROUBLE [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE HEADING FOR ECONOMIC TROUBLE Way things are going-U.S. view THE U.S. News and World Report commenting yesterday m its "Business Around The World" section said: "Singapore is heading for real economic trouble, the way things are going. Several large foreign firms, including American companies, are thinking of pulling up

Sergeant accused of killing PoWs [ARTICLE]

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Sergeant accused of killing PoWs THE court-martial trial m New York of U.S. Sergeant James C. Gallagher. 24. accused of aiding the enemy while a war prisoner m Korea and slaying three fellow American prisoners, was adjourned yesterday when the defence challenged the jurisdiction Of the court. The court will

Hamburg ship on S'hai run [ARTICLE]

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Hamburg ship on S'hai run FR the first time since the war a West German shipping line will take up direct line service to a Communist bloc port Shanghai. The Hamburg-America-Line and the North German Lloyd announced that the 10,560-ton freighter Hannover will be the first West German line service

Threat to teachers [ARTICLE]

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Threat to teachers The Georgia Board of Education has offered the State's Negro school teachers the choice of resigning from the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People by Sept. 15 or losing their licences to teach.- Reuter

FLIERS' RELEASE HAILED [ARTICLE]

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FLIERS' RELEASE HAILED No promise made, no threats used, says Dulles rFIIE release yesterday of the 11 American airmen imprisoned by Communist China was confirmed last night by Mr. John Foster Dulles, the U.S. Secretary of State, m Washington after the Peking announcement. Mr. Chou En-lai, the Chinese Premier, has

Study U.S. methods [ARTICLE]

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Study U.S. methods Thirty Italian army officers arrived m New Jersey yesterday for the start of a tour of A.P. U.S. Army installations.-

Maiden voyage [ARTICLE]

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Maiden voyage The former French troop transport Felix Roussel arrived m New York yesterday on her maiden voyage as a tourist ship under the name of Arosa Sun. A.P.

SINGAPORE WEDDINGS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE WEDDINGS The weddings took place yesterday of Mr. Anthony A. Drysdale and Miss Sylvia Martha Hoeden (above) at the Church of St. Joseph and Mr. Lav Soon Hock and Miss Kar Juan (below).

MORE FREEDOM FOR GOA [ARTICLE]

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MORE FREEDOM FOR GOA A STATUTE granting greater independence to the Portuguese Indian colony of Goacame Into force yesterday. An election ol members to the Government council will be held within a week under the terms of the .statute. The statute affectl the whole State* ol Purtu^ut-su India," which includes

Riot area in Paris sealed off [ARTICLE]

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Riot area in Paris sealed off pOLICE started a systematic search yesterday of B slum district of Paris where unemployed Algerians inspired by national propagandists looted and rioted last Saturday, injuring 18 people. Shortly after dawn, strong police patrols cordoned ofi the "Golden Drop" (Gouttcd'Or) district of Paris. In the

Magsaysay-Recto 'word war' now spreading [ARTICLE]

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Magsaysay-Recto 'word war' now spreading THE one-week-old word war between President Magsaysay and Senator Claro Recto, the Government Nacionalista Party foreign policy spokesman, is raging unabated. Magsaysay yesterday branded Recto "an orator who runs at the first sound of the guns," and the Senator publicly claimed that the President was

Waited many years [ARTICLE]

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Waited many years Mrs. Lottie Bisseneek Hanney, 70-year-old British -bom woman who has waited once the war for Soviet permission to return to Britain. 1e 1 1 Leningrad by sea for London last night. Reuter

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GHOSTS! [ARTICLE]

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GHOSTS! VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE These 12 girls aren't afraid Bj ('HOSTS hold no terrors I for 12 unsuperstitious young women who have recently moved into a haunted house m Newton lioad. Singapore. The dark, dinghy place where hantus were said to roam at night has been transformed into a bright, clean

WORLD MARKETS [ARTICLE]

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WORLD MARKETS New York prices Above prices quoted m U.S. cents per Ib. NEW YORK, Aug. 1. Previous Today lin .traits spot and nearby 97.75 nom. 97 50 norn I futures August 9?35 asked 97.00 asked Sentember 94.65 bid 94 25 bid September 95 6 5 a-sked 95.25 asked October

PORT STRIKERS FIGHT POLICE, BURN BUILDING [ARTICLE]

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PORT STRIKERS FIGHT POLICE, BURN BUILDING rpWENTY policemen were in--1 jured at St. Nazaire, France, m violent clashes between police and string shipyard workers. Steel-helmeted and heavilyarmed police charged demonstrators after they set flre last night to the headquarters of the Shipyard Employers' Association. The disturbances began m the morning

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spof Malabar 47. Awaiting release 47. Afloats 46 to 45 1 2. First half August 45. Sarawak spot 12 Awaitine release 42 5 2 Afloats 411, to 40 First half Aiu»u.'.t 39. Lampong spot 47. Awvtttag wljjg 47. AfloaUs 46 to 4oV First half August 44%. All sellers

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES All U.K. markets were closed on August 1. NEW YORK, Aus Previous To*** M Industrials 465.85 '<> Railroads 158.19 Ijj-W to i»<Miii-viir Bonds 99 5* 15 UlittttM 65 59 ,s?^ C» SUnks Composite Average 167.84 IW.OJ

BACK WHERE THEY BELONG—CURYES [ARTICLE]

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BACK WHERE THEY BELONG CUR YES FLAT chests are finished. Bosoms are back. That is the big fashion newt after Dior's now Y-lirw show m Paris yesterday. Bosoms Wen also frankly full at Balmains collection yesterday afternoon Dior did away with low waists, long jackets, loose waists, little hat;; and

Fireworks blast kills 14 [ARTICLE]

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Fireworks blast kills 14 'It was like a B-29 bombing raid' AT LEAST 14 people were killed yesterday when a thundering explosion and searing flames ripped through a fireworks plant m the heart of Tokyo. More than 20 others suffered burns or were cut by flying glass. The exact death

Hunger if no birth control [ARTICLE]

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Hunger if no birth control Huxley warns BRITISH biologist J S Huxley says th« vorld "mu.-.t [have birth control" to u>iv»- ttM 'very siTioiis problem t v-r--popylation. Huxley who arrlv-d m NeW York y»-,t»rday from London* talked to ncWßta at Idl»-wild Airport before boarding a plane for New Brunswick. He

Frost hits coffee [ARTICLE]

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Frost hits coffee Coftee circles m Rio de Janeiro say frosts have damaged crops m the coffee belt m the State of Parana.- A.P.

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STOCKTAKING REDUCTIONS! i B^t r\ CUSHIONS F filled with sood quality GREY WORSTED FLANNEL m TROUSERS. Sizes 42-44. Kapok. Manydes.gns R ed uced from $37.50 to $1 5.50 m contemporary or pjlf. tradition,, sty.es. English made! PI EC E TWEED SUITS Size 42 only. Previously REDUCED $97.50 NOW $45/-. BLACK

The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, August 2, 1955. Leadership is vital [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, August 2, 1955. Leadership is vital SOME community centres and trade unions m Singapore have of late tended to come into disrepute. This is a matter for genuine regret and much concern. iTor inherent m both movements are great potentialities for achievement of good for

Patriotism doesn't come into it [ARTICLE]

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Patriotism doesn't come into it RICHARD HUGHES The Japanese would like to wave goodbye to the Americans but... by rpHE new Japarif.se army, like the old, is attracting most of its recruit* from impoverished farm families. Not patriotism, but poverty, is the force behind the current enlistment programme, which ll

Moral collapse in Albania [ARTICLE]

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Moral collapse in Albania NORMAN LINDHURST by THE torst lull report on conditions m Albania -Russia's forgotten satellite West of the Iron Cur-tain-has been brought to Munich by a refugee. The refugee, son of a former high-ranking Albanian civil servant, sketched this picture of present-day Red Albania, the tiny Adriatic

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY UNKNOWN by DEFENDING women's natural dignity a writer says, "There are no female clowns." Not even m private life. Nobody has ever seen a woman at a party waggling her ears to amuse the children, or imitating a train coming out of a tunnel. The clowning of

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SUMMING GIRL STARVED TO DEATH [ARTICLE]

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SUMMING GIRL STARVED TO DEATH a 09 YEAR OLD woman A Starved herself so that she hould be thin, and died from malnutrition, Coventry coroner told. Mrs Elsie May Smith, of 3 indOi Street, Coventry, said i did her best to make her aughter, Elsie May Collins, eat, but m

Councillor buys over launch [ARTICLE]

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Councillor buys over launch The Johore Government's steam launch, "Regulus'' has een sold by tender to UngAbdullah bin Omar, a State Councillor. Ungku Abdullah says that intends using the launch r v fishing enterprise.

Ail old Spanish custom [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ail old Spanish custom Anna Maria Alberghetti, who nlays a senorita m tier new film "The Last Command," inspires a new fashion idea by showing how dutiful the traditional Spa- I nish mantilla can look on extra special occa-sions. It can also be worn as a stole and it makes

30 m.p.h. speed limit may soon go up to 45 [ARTICLE]

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30 m.p.h. speed limit may soon go up to 45 A PLAN to raise the 30 m.p.h. speed limit on restricted rouds m Britain to 45 m.p.h. m certain cases has been put to the British Ministry of Transport. The influential County Councils' Association declares that the Road Traffic Act,

Secret of a midget car is out [ARTICLE]

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Secret of a midget car is out RONNIE MOORE, 22-year-old world speedway champion, was injured while testing a "hush-hush" super midget car and the .secret of a new sport was out. The car is the smallest rarer m the world. It nwasun-.s only sft, long by 31 1. 3 i

MENACE IN A CAR [ARTICLE]

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MENACE IN A CAR He could be moral defective: Doctor JUST what is a MORAL DEFECTIVE? Well, it could be a man repeatedly convicted of driving oiTences under the present law. A doctor said so. He mentioned it as one reason the law should be changed. The classification "moral defective,"

UNDER AGE AT WEDDING, BUT DID NOT KNOW [ARTICLE]

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UNDER AGE AT WEDDING, BUT DID NOT KNOW SIX years after her marriage Mrs. Sheila Patricia Stevens saw her birth certificate for the first time. It showed that she was a year younger than she thought. And that meant that she married when she was only 15. In the London

Teachers for U.K. [ARTICLE]

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Teachers for U.K. Mr. O. VergM, Oi the Government English Preparatori School, Muiir. und Inche Sapura bin Kartun, of the Oorernmcnt English School, lluar havr been s<-l<-cted for a oneyear teachers 1 training c I at Brinilurd Lod-c. England

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DEBAGGING COLONEL IS JAILED [ARTICLE]

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DEBAGGING COLONEL IS JAILED New chapter m the Dashing Dragoon 's life WAR lIKKO, Intelligence expert and a barrack-room legend, Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Daniel Wintle added a new chapter to the career of adventure which has earned him the nickname of "The Dashing Dragoon." For the man who has been prisoner

BOY GREETS THE QUEEN -IN LATIN [ARTICLE]

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BOY GREETS THE QUEEN -IN LATIN IN a flawless Latin speech 18--year-old head boy Andrew Mac Lean Watt welcomed the Queen to Winchester College. The Queen and the Duke spent an hour, at the school during a visit to the city marking the 800 th anniversary of the granting by

A royal inspection [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A royal inspection The Queen, Colonel-in-Chiei of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, attended the bicentenary parade of the regiment with the Duke of Edinburgh. In picture above she is seen with Lieut. -Col. R. P. Chance. On the right she greets the Prime Minister, Sir Anthony Eden, who served with

U.S. GENTLY CURBING HIRE PURCHASE [ARTICLE]

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U.S. GENTLY CURBING HIRE PURCHASE AMERICA, too, wants to curb hire purchase spending but not so that it hurts. People have been borrowing so heavily to buy homes. cars and other things that the Federal Reserve Board has advised banks to be "more attentive" fn considering private loam. American families

A PRINCE'S WISH FOR THE MALAYS [ARTICLE]

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A PRINCE'S WISH FOR THE MALAYS PRINCE MAHMOOD. the 23--year-old grandson of the Sultan of Johore, who is now taking a course m public and social administration m England, would like to see many more of hi.s countryment given the opportunity to study abroad Of his course at Devon Technical

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Disraeli's £4 million gamble [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Disraeli's £4 million gamble DUDLEY POPE QUEEN VICTORIA WROTE: "GO AHEAD BUT IT WILL BJC A DIFFICULT TASK" by xdgfhfgnhv rriiE letter to Queen Vie- tOlia was hastily written, while a courier vailed outside the room to rush it to Balmoral. It .said, quite simply: "Confidential. 2, White-hall-Gardens, November 18,

DINNER JACKET BOOM SWAMPS TAILORS [ARTICLE]

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DINNER JACKET BOOM SWAMPS TAILORS piIE dinner jacket, or 1 tuxedo, as it is popularly called by Americans, is making a tremendous come-back this year. And m such colours as banana, grape, charcoal, Dink and frosty white. Thousands of men have nped the nations tailors with orders. Formal Wear institute

Boy of 4 lies under train [ARTICLE]

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Boy of 4 lies under train FOUR-YEAR-OLD Christopher Brindley, of Ainsdale, :s, wandered from his ne on to the Southportpoo] electric railway. He hed the live rail. The shock knocked him unconscious, throwing him between the railt. An <loctric train passed over -without banning him. i stopped. The guard :i

Two white rhinos [ARTICLE]

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Two white rhinos ill of white rhinoceroses, 1 ever to be obtained by rOndon Zoo. are now on view. arrived from the Sudan t week.

Jailed at 85 [ARTICLE]

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Jailed at 85 Ei^hty-five-year-old Henry I nun, said to be an habitual criminal with 14 previouj <-<>nWU jailed for 18 months at London Sessions. I

PLEA BY JAPAN [ARTICLE]

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PLEA BY JAPAN Japan is appealing to Brl a and America for the relea c oi r n<.) war criminals on August 15 the 10th ai of the end ol the Pacific war.

THAT £553 PAYS FOR LIZBETH'S LESSONS [ARTICLE]

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THAT £553 PAYS FOR LIZBETH'S LESSONS SINGER Lizbeth Webb, awarded £553 damages for injury m a taxi accident, said; Of course I'm glad of thp money. It'll pay for my 1 ling lessons." She reflected: "No, that la as if I'm hard up. say I'm glad to recover the earnings

Cooling off—outside and in [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cooling off outside and in THHE young card play- ers (m picture above) couldn't be much cooler if they tried. But this is nothing new at Frossensee, near Hamburg, as the local pub has catered for such parties ever since the inhabitants were scandalised In If>o7 when the grand- fathers

Couple will drive to the Arctic in three-wheeler [ARTICLE]

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Couple will drive to the Arctic in three-wheeler \irs. dorotiiy Tlndal-CariM-Worsley i«-ft Britain last week on what she con to be the i exciting drive ol her life. With her husband, an Air Commodore, she is KOing to the Arctic In B n three-wheeler car with a 197 c.c, two-stroke

He dug up gold [ARTICLE]

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He dug up gold if |old bracelet! of hip In m At-c W< 'l!by A 1 m v gurden ut Caister. rlollL

HORSE KICKS 3-YEAR-OLD BOY TO DEATH [ARTICLE]

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HORSE KICKS 3-YEAR-OLD BOY TO DEATH MRS Winifred Beardsl.-y. 31 -year-old Derbyshire mother, >t"'*i helpleai while a bone battered her threen to death with IH noon was taking the boy. John, mom their home m [lkeiton, to vlndmother, and he was excited at, making ttia trip on his new tricycle.

BIRTHDAY AT THE MALCOLM CLUB [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BIRTHDAY AT THE MALCOLM CLUB Guest stars made it their big occasion THE Malcolm Club, at RAF Changi, Singapore, celebrated its 12th birthday with a special "Cabaret" night at the club building last week. Two hundred members, including the WRAF, were there to make it a big occasion. The RAF

LAUGHS GALORE AT A JOHNNY JOHNSON NUM [ARTICLE]

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LAUGHS GALORE AT A JOHNNY JOHNSON NUM seem to to RIGIM Sea hula, s by M& I^ or Tan. lei. Mi app< herself. PICTURE top centre shows a group having a good laugh at knockabout comedian Johnny Johnson who presented some hilarious versions of the Paul Jones. TOP LEFT: Trudy

Cake gets the knife [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cake gets the knife THE 12th anniversary cake is cut by Mrs. Mac-Donald, E wife of the Station Commander, (iroup-Capt. K. J. Mac Donald. Ready to assist is Wing-Cofnimlr. A. J. C. Pclham-firoom

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I HATE HOUSEWORK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I HATE HOUSEWORK MARY HEWAT -V Says the rebel champion with two children Am m D woman of 35. with two small sons, mi^ht be expected spend a quiet, dull life keeping the house ciran. the clothes mended and the dishes washed. Not so Dorothy Tyl The mid-thirties, he, are

Nobody ever worries on [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Nobody ever worries on ANNE SHARPLEY By DID you ever dream of living m the South Seas? (Pale gold sands, mop-headed palms, deep hinged to a deeper si a, crisp roar of surf outside the i oon But, Of course, ...at. it was ol of the i i I a

This picture won first prize for Malaya [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This picture won first prize for Malaya SUNNY GIAM by ryiiK picture ol a young 1 Malay girl bo fascinated the Judges of tin you r t h International Salon ol Photographic Art In Valparaiso. Chile, that they awarded it the top honour, the Gold Medal, after considering more than

Penang plans photographic show [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Penang plans photograph ic show rpHE Penang Pictorialists 1 will hold their First International Exhibition of Photography In September at the Showrooms of Hin Company Limited, Penang, from Sept. 11 to 18. Ono Gold Medal. one silver, one bronze and three certificates oi merit will be awarded to tiie six

PORTRAIT THAT FLATTERS [ARTICLE]

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PORTRAIT THAT FLATTERS EILEEN ASCROFT is what every woman likes says ..if does a, woman < Xpert when she sits her portrait dV From a study n cent pictures m i art exhibitions, m& that tl last she desires to be 'das she n illy i& Ina Margot f< teyn

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KINDNESS OF HEART [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KINDNESS OF HEART j HAPPEN? IT WAS COLD and wet for the lovers sheltering beneath the yew tree... and, after all, there was lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIKIIIIIMItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItOIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiiinu,,,,.., '"""""""*****l room m the hall. But did this tale of a strange ending to a kind deed actually happen? Tomorrow "i. the answer will be given...

You can't write poetry in a BAD temper [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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You can't write poetry in a BAD temper William Hickey IS the Mansion House at London the other night at the Lord Mayor's dinto "meet her MaJesty'a Judges" we discussed two subjects at table with great feeling. The heat. And Mrs. Ruth Ellis. On the first subject there v at

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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CLUES ACROSS drink 1 Demand some on return .5). 5 Verbal defence m m 4 Stop an Lssue m a tru-sty way? (6)> 7, 6 Even music? (9) 8 E:.sy- e oing with an airman In 7 >*» dwrlbe BIIU l> uit f ront (13( one of these 'heave-ho" .sailors

Williams explodes 'Tonga Bomb' in 115 seconds [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Williams explodes 'Tonga Bomb' in 115 seconds Johnny win i vms CMJMBD THE ton<;an ■EAVYWIK.IH KIIIONK LATE IN ONK MINI IK 18 SECONDS IT Till" EMBASSY SPORTSDKOMF. BIRMINGHAM. LAST WKDNKSDW SO KNDBD I IKK A DAMP S4HJH THE MXX WORKS DISPLAY Or PL'BUC TIT WHKH THF SOUTH SKAS ISLANDS! WAS

COLONY T-TENNIS STARS FOR FEDERATION TOUR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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COLONY T-TENNIS STARS FOR FEDERATION TOUR TAN HONG POH Matches against leading teams by TIIE ALL STARS TABLE TENNIS TEAM FROM SINGAPORE LEAVE ON THEIR 10-DAY TOUR OF THE FEDERATION THIS MORNING. THEY WERE UNBEATEN IN NINE MATCHES DURING THEIR TOUR LAST YEAR. The All Stars will be represented by

DUKE SHARES STAND OF 50 WITH S.A. TEST CAPTAIN [ARTICLE]

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DUKE SHARES STAND OF 50 WITH S.A. TEST CAPTAIN TMIE Duke of Edinburgh, going m when his side needed quirk runs, shared a whirlwind 5C partnership with South African Test captain Jark Cheethnm vcsterdnv helping his team to a lour wicket victory over the Duke ol Beaufort's XI. After Cheetham

Trabert's back 'not serious' [ARTICLE]

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Trabert's back 'not serious' rNY TRABERT, the Wimbledon singles champion went to New York hospital i examination of his back yesterday and the diagnosis was nothing serious." A hospital spokesman said, Just a ct»J Of pulled muscles. He'll new some rest." Trabert, a key member 01 the United States Davis

SINGAPORE JUDO CLUB CLASSES [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE JUDO CLUB CLASSES The Singapore Judo Club will hold practices daily from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.. a Beginners' Class from 7 pm. u> 8 p.m., m id Advanced PupuV Randori training from 8 p .m. {< 9.30 p.m. from Mondays to baiur da The next committee meet ins

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Penang race review: AJIT LEADS FROM START TO FINISH; FILM STUDIO IN UPSET VICTORY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Penang race review: AJIT LEADS FROM START TO FINISH; FILM STUDIO IN UPSET VICTORY FREE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT was a heavy betting plunge on SATISFACTION i,, the Class 2. Div. l-6f. handicap at Penang yesterday. This Nizami (elding went to the post an odds-on iavounte, carrying over 1,000 tickets on

Team won after buying game [ARTICLE]

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Team won after buying game Italian Soccer Federation yesterday announced mat the Udinese football t' i am of Edine haus been .J.pcd to Class "B" for ig" a match m May, who finished second ingly m the last tplonships, committed offence with Pro Patria Busto Ar.sizio, the Federa- .said. announcement

MOORE GETS READY [ARTICLE]

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MOORE GETS READY ARCHIE MOORE, world UghtA heavyweight boxing champion, came to his camp at Kenwood training camp m ito— chuactU yesterday, to prepare for his Sept. 20 heavyweight title bout with Rocky Mnrriano. The camp is on Lake Windsor m the Berk.shiies. A. P.

S.E.A. BOXING: Siamese coming [ARTICLE]

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S.E.A. BOXING: Siamese coming SI AM is the seventh entry for the South East Asia boxing championships. The Singapore Amateur Boxing Association received the official entry yesterday. Including the host country Singapore, entries from Australia, Burma, Hong Kong and the Philippines have been cornfirmed while written confirmation is expected from

CEYLON S.C. BEATEN BY 10 WICKETS AT K.L. [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON S.C. BEATEN BY 10 WICKETS AT K.L. rpAMILIAN Physical Culture Association yesterday scored a convincing ten-wicket victory over the Singapore I lon Sports Club m the annual match for the Mudaliar Mahalingam cricket trophy on the Cheraa Road ground, Kuala Lumpur. It was their first post-war tory. CSC. resumed

DOUBLE BORE WINS GOODWOOD CUP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DOUBLE BORE WINS GOODWOOD CUP plioto. MR. J. TRIE'S l>oublc Bore (centre ridden by T. Ciosling, beritini; M. Marcel Koussac's French challenger Flpenor (left), ridden by F. Mercer, in (he Cioodwood Cup. Third is Mr. Malcolm II. McAlpine's Blarney Stone (on right), ridden by D. Smith.- Reuter

Stirk is new Colony golf champion [ARTICLE]

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Stirk is new Colony golf champion [FREE PRESS GOLF REPORTER J DAVID STIRK OF THE ROYAL SINGAPORE CiOLF CLUB, BECAME THE NEW SINGAPORE GOLF CHAMPION WHEN HE BEAT COLIN STIRLING OF THE ISLAND CLUB BY ONE UP IN A THRILLING FINAL AT THE ISLAND CLUB YESTER j OAY. The golf

N.Z. cricket tour team [ARTICLE]

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N.Z. cricket tour team THE New Zealand crlckK team to tour India and Pakistan thi.s year Includes Bm SutclifTo and John RHd. both whom bad been doubtful because of buslneai commitments. Roid will be vi<*»--captaln to 11. 13. Cave. Tho team is 1 1. 13. CftVfl fcapt). J. W. O:iy.

8 six-hits in Burdett's 113 [ARTICLE]

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8 six-hits in Burdett's 113 D.ivid BurdH! hi» HffM I-' 1 and 11 fours m ■COTlm 113 runs BOf RAF Chanel y<: t»id;tv In frW-nd-i< kct lixture ukuUlsl KA P. Tnik'-.ih 'Ilu- nv.itr)) play»'(J at Ctaangl ended m an eaiy victory on the ftrst innings for Changi. Trnuah: 110 'Monk

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SOCCER SAI'A Community League: Chinese v. Europeans, 5.15 p.m. Jalan Bcsar Stadium; Div. -Ii Farrer Juniors v. V.M.C.A., Farrer Park, Balestier Ltd. v Seletar F.C. at C.V.M.A. SWIMMING Chinese Swimming Club championship heats, 5 p.m.

Outschoorn hits 150 not out [ARTICLE]

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Outschoorn hits 150 not out 'vottinoham.sirk'.s bat.s mi;n will long remember august bank holiday 1955 not because thky kn.ioyed "their finest hour". but because m the space of about 60 minutes at the end of the day, they lost eight wickets to surreys bowlers to finish m a hopeless position.

RACE WEIGHTS [ARTICLE]

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RACE WEIGHTS WEIGHTS for the i third d.tv of IV ning Turf (lull August Bank Holiday Meeting on Thursday j TIIK DKB Cl'P CL. 2— H«... I IRS. Olympic 9 00 Sooka 8.08 C'anchew 8.07 Star Sanphiie 8.07 Maha Ranee 8.06 Greet 8.05 Conventional 7.13 Individuality 7.11 Sound Wave 7.0$

Pulot Puteh does fastest gallop at Penang [ARTICLE]

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Pulot Puteh does fastest gallop at Penang FREE PUSS RACING CORRESPONDENT ONLY a few horses went out against the stopwatch on a yielding track at Prnang this morning and host time was returned by PILOT PITEH (Wahab) who ran If. m 39. Onssa (Bougoure; galloped attractively over 31. m 39

NORTH JUST MADE IT [ARTICLE]

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NORTH JUST MADE IT NORTH scared their sixth victory over South when they beat them by three runs m an exciting finish five minutes from time on the Kuala Lumpur padang yestercfay. It wu.s more of a thriller m comparison to the 1952 series when North won by eight runs

Johnson sets new half-mile record [ARTICLE]

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Johnson sets new half-mile record DEREK JOHNSON. ONE OF BRITAIN'S MAIN HOPES FOR THE OLYMPIC GAMES IN MELBOURNE NEXT YEAR. SET A NEW BRITISH ALL-COMERS RECORD IN RUNNING THE MALF MILE IN 1 MIN. 48.7 SEC. DURING THE GREAT BRI-TAIN-GERMANY INTERNATIONAL TRACK AND FIELD CONTEST AT THE WHITE CITY STADIUM

17 YEAR-OLD MARK BEATEN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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17 YEAR-OLD MARK BEATEN 1)1 Kl-K JOHNSON

Swansea out for 64 v. S.A. [ARTICLE]

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Swansea out for 64 v. S.A. A fter dismissing Glamorgan for 64 runs at Bwanstt \<Merday, the South African tourlsta scored 116 for -six before tea m their second inning. The Springboks had totalled 225 m their first innings. S. Africans Ist inns 225; 2nd. Inns. 1 1G for G

SPORE SIDE RALLY TO WIN [ARTICLE]

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SPORE SIDE RALLY TO WIN KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. WILLIAM JACKS (Singapore), after trailing 2-3 at the interval played spirited soccer m the second half to beat Selangor Club 5-4 on the YMCA ground today. The Club scored two quick goals through centre forward Cotton npd inside right Phillips. Jacks equalised

TWO FAIL IN RECORD BID [ARTICLE]

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TWO FAIL IN RECORD BID BRUSSELS Mon. American Tom Courtney, who is to run m the British Games fn London on Aug. 12 and Belgian policeman Roger Moens. failed yesterday m an attempt to beat the world record of lmin 46.65ec. for 800 metres. Moens clocked lmin 48 1 and

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