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The Singapore Free Press, 3 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya \o I V ld. Singapore. Wed., Aug. 3, 1935. Price 15 Cts.

The Free Press and Marshall [ARTICLE]

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The Free Press and Marshall I^HE Speaker, Mr. G. E. N. Oehlers, made the following statement m the Legislative Assembly yesterday: On the 25th of July, m this Assembly I was asked by the Chief Minister to consider whether a report which appeared m the Singapore Free Press of Friday,

Free Press view [ARTICLE]

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Free Press view IMIE Speaker, In his statement to the Legislative Assembly, has interpreted the Chief Minister's speech m the same way it was interpreted by the Free Press m its headline "Royal Message Attacked." The Free Press regarded the Royal Message m the same light as the Speech from

VALIANT DUE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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VALIANT DUE The record-breaking RAF. vickers Valiant bomber Ls due •it Changi airfield, Singapore, 230 p.m. today. The plane s on its way for .secret trials '•U Woomera, Australia. Linda Nathan with Teddy and his birthday < uke.

RUBBER QUIET [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER QUIET The Singapore Rubber Market opened quietly this mornine with first grade, August shipment, at $1.42 a lb., oneeighth of a cent below yesterday's close.

Air crash: 20 held in Hong Kong [ARTICLE]

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Air crash: 20 held in Hong Kong IJONG KONG police have questioned a score of Chinese m connection with the crash of the Indian Airliner, Kashmir Princess, reliable British sources said m Hong Kong yesterday. These sources said the police were holding about 20 Chinese on warrants to show cause

Party for a dog [ARTICLE]

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Party for a dog A BIRTHDAY party is being given m Singapore tonight for a corker spaniel. Ten dogs will attend the party given by Mrs. Flossi** Nathan m honour of her dog Teddy, aged nine, at her home m Marine Parade, Raton*?. A special birthday take made from meat

FOOD PROBE IN S'PORE TROOPER [ARTICLE]

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FOOD PROBE IN S'PORE TROOPER about the food served to lervkenen aboard the 19 9 121-ton trooper Empire Fowey were investigated by Mr. T. L. Ircmotitfcr, a Conservative Member of Parliament, when he boarded the ship at Southampton last ni^ht. The Empire Fowey had just docked after bringing home servicemen

Port tie-up at Bombay, Calcutta [ARTICLE]

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Port tie-up at Bombay, Calcutta CIAROO movi-nw-nt has >!<wr- cd right down m the Bombay dOCkl and was almost completely dlaorgftttlt(•(l at th<' harbour railheads yetterdlJF due to th»> K»'n«'ral .strike of harbour an-a transport workers, now m its second day. In Calcutta a three month emergency lias been declared

$1,000 watches missing [ARTICLE]

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$1,000 watches missing The traffic officer at Kalians airport, Singapore, Mr. Sim Soon Teek, has reported the loss of three packages of watches worth $1,000. The packages were missed between 4 p.m. on July 31 and 6 15 am. on August 1.

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CHINA WANTS A THIRD PARTY' [ARTICLE]

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CHINA WANTS A THIRD PARTY' Geneva move to ease exchange of civilians MR. WANG PING NAN. the Chinese negotiator at the Geneva talks, has asked the United States to agree to a "third party" to look after the interests of i the civilians m each other's countries, according to usually

Angry men parade after riot [ARTICLE]

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Angry men parade after riot IjiIVE THOUSAND angry 1 shipyard strikers paraded through Frances big Atlantic port of St. Nazaire ystrrday demanding higher wages as the Govfrnmcnt rushed a mediator to nfip the walkout before H exploded Into a repetition of Monday'! rioting. Black uniformed Republican tecurtty guards and city

MOSCOW INVITES FRENCH BIG TWO TO VISIT RUSSIA [ARTICLE]

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MOSCOW INVITES FRENCH BIG TWO TO VISIT RUSSIA F-.'H Pr-mier I Hire and Fon Ign Mir \ntoine Pinay have b« i n Invited to vh.it Ru I :md ha.. accept* d. Tl kid that the Sovirt ambassador to Franc* Mr. Vinogradoy. delivered the invitation. There was no indication of when

Ministry robbed [ARTICLE]

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Ministry robbed An amplifier and loudspeaker worth $200 were stolen from the Ministry of Labour and Welfare building m Havelock Road during the holidays.

Ike hits back at McCarthy charge [ARTICLE]

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Ike hits back at McCarthy charge PRESIDENT EISENHOWER yesterday hit back at charges by Senator McCarthy, firmly saying that he had "entered m no deal to sell out our Chinese Nationalist and Vietnamese friends at Geneva. McCarthy had charged the President with advancing "the cause of tyranny and murder" and

PAKISTAN GIVES WARNING [ARTICLE]

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PAKISTAN GIVES WARNING A PAKISTAN Government official yesterday warned that his country may be forced to take "stern measures" against Afghanistan if a settlement cannot be reached m their border dispute. Yusuf Ismail, secretary general of the Pakistan Government's Islamic Council for International Affairs, gave this warning m London when

The missing 500: Dulles asks China [ARTICLE]

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The missing 500: Dulles asks China U.S. Secretary „j State John Foster Dulles said jesterdai the United States is asking Red China for information on the whereabouts of about 500 Americans, including many for whom there is only a slight hope. Mr. Dulles said this list long available at the

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Farewell parties for MacDonaldi [ARTICLE]

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Farewell parties for MacDonaldi VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE =rp H E Commissioner- i I General, Mr. Mak-olm M icOonald will attend two rareweU parties to =be m his honour today. He will be enter- tamed lor lunch by S members of tne China Society m the Capitol Blue Ro >m. The commit-

Pope well again [ARTICLE]

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Pope well again condition of the Pope so improved that he will sume mass audiences on Har .schedule- U.P.

A NIGHT OF TERROR GRIPS RIOT-HIT NICOSIA [ARTICLE]

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A NIGHT OF TERROR GRIPS RIOT-HIT NICOSIA Tear gas stopped arsonists fJUNDKKDS of rioters swrpt through the centre of Nicosia, Cyprus. last nifht smashing windows and neon lighting signs and wrenching out police telephone boxes. Police rushed m, used tear gas to prevent rioters trying to .>et fire to the

5.000 PEOPLE FIGHT 138 FOREST FIRES [ARTICLE]

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5.000 PEOPLE FIGHT 138 FOREST FIRES AN ARMY of 5,000 fire-fight-ers faced Northern Ontario's blazing forest land.s yes- 1 terday with victory nowhere m sight. About 200,000 acres ranging from bush to prime timber are aflame. With 90-degrees temperatures and lightning storms stretching across the fire belt, more outbreaks are

TONG WAR SQUAD TO BE ABOLISHED [ARTICLE]

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TONG WAR SQUAD TO BE ABOLISHED OAN FRANCISCO Chinatown's 16-man plainclothes police squad, a relic of that city's tong wars, will be abolished next Monday. The men will be assigned to other duties. The squad was fronted 70 years ago to control gambling, factional wars and Hatchet men. Mayor Elmer

Wife of freed PoW says:I married again [ARTICLE]

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Wife of freed PoW says:I married again r PHE former wife of Airman Daniel C. Schmidt revealed yesterday she had married another man last September m the belief her husband, Imprisoned m Red China for two-and-one-half yean on "spy ,charges," was dead. The former Mrs. Scnmidt, now Mrs. Alford D

New Stanvac post [ARTICLE]

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New Stanvac post Standarrl-Varuum Oil Co., has appointed Mr Harnr A. Gibbon, a veteran of the firm\s Kar Ea-st oi>erations, to the new po.st of producing co-ordl-nator at the company'l New Y<>rk headquarteri office. A.P.

Stowaway drama in Q liner [ARTICLE]

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Stowaway drama in Q liner AN American who claimed he hud jumped overboard from Ibc Incoming Canard liner Queen M.irv and iwani ashore at Southampton on Monday nipht was taken bark to the liner resterdaj morning, having b^en rerused permission to rand The man Richard David liartin. 27, of last

Wig-weariny jungle tribe found [ARTICLE]

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Wig-weariny jungle tribe found A PATROL into the Interior of Papua ha., found a tribe of wlf-wearing warriors who had never before ieen white man The New Guinea administration reported last night the tribesmen, known as the Duna. wear iriga and long beards which give them a biblical appearance They

LITTLE MO HURT IN CAR CRASH [ARTICLE]

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LITTLE MO HURT IN CAR CRASH MAUREEN (Little Mo.) Connolly, the former tennis star, of S:m Di^so. California, Injured her ri^ht le^ yesterday when her car struck a pole. Miss Conmyy retired Irum tennis after seriously Injuring the same l*^ In a riding accident last year. Reuter

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When entertaining friends always keep tradition It m\!* CAMUS La Grande Marque GOGNAG

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DO-IT-YOURSELF" WEAR NO PRESSORLON SUITS SLACKS j DACRON SUIIS SLACKS I DACRON SHIRTS ORLON SPORT SHIRTS TERELYNE SHIRTS DACRON UNDERWEAR THE NE WEST CONCEPT IN si SISII.R CLOTHING lAf ACCI A 11 1 11 I 'C MISS Wl AX 1)1 I- 1 G FT S WE HAVE A VERY WIDE

The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY, August 3, 1955 Opinion TROUBLE AHEAD [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY, August 3, 1955 Opinion TROUBLE AHEAD a DEPRESSING picture of Singapore Is painted by the U.S. News and World Report. "Several large foreign linns, Including American companies, arc thinking of pulling up stakes," this publication reports, adding, "Others are abandoning expansio n plans." communist inspired

MAPS AGAINST the MAU MAU [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MAPS AGAINST the MAU MAU DUDLEY HAWKINS reports on the latest developments m the Kenya unrest -from a secret operations room m the heart of Nairobi TOE death of Man Mau 1 and the progress ol I any future war. In K» i will be- planned In a i large,

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber /ffljß&y A i^^^^^^ Ijwans the Hearse, who J hold! the Ravenscroft Beit for nasal pea-pushing, hai been challenged by Nogulko the "Bessarabian Bel." Tho.se who have .seen No^ulko m action .say (that his nus<' threads its way acrosi country like an eel among water weeds, and

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In Singapore] ..it's SENA 'Si s I 1 1 ways" for\ I HIGH CLASS JEWELLERY t 1 H. SENA LTD. SINGAPORE. PENANG O BANCKOK

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SINGAPORE Sportlight [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE Sportlight Adelaide Eastley By QT ROLLING aloiv^ *3 North Bridge Road, I stopped at £old merchant Luke Sievv Poon's to chat Instantly, people began to collect. Soon the .small shop was filled. People crowded the doorway. They assembled on the sidewalk, nudging for space. They overflowed Into the busy

PILOT OF STRANDED SHIP WINS APPEAL [ARTICLE]

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PILOT OF STRANDED SHIP WINS APPEAL THE High Commissioner m Council has allowed the appeal of Captain G. B. Roche, a former pilot of the Penang Harbour Board, against the endorsement of his pilot licence by the Penang Pilots' Board. Capt. Roche, who resigned at the end of 1954. has

Youth course to open [ARTICLE]

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Youth course to open Imr Straits Chinese Metho- dist Youth Fellowship will hold an intensive three day youth leadership training course beginning on .Saturday Ikan. will be on leadership, ••■<. pon ibility and plannli tnlque. Th- will Include memtx >\ the Swan lea youth leadei mp training team and Mr.

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Careful, don't waste a drop it's Old Smuggler SCOTCH WHISKY

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<> MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phi! Davis STAR j .r— n 1 J IjORN today, you ha\e I I [THAT INVISIBLE 1 I IT'S NOT 1 I OON'T KNOW HOW f^MTfn 1 <o Um V t tnucnr XL itLc ai .A7AVC IT WnftKC, I'M NOT J-^ 70UPIST--WMY 010 YOUJ

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON, Auf. 2. I'revious Today iti'BBER No. 1 BSS eJ.f. European 40U buyers 40 4 buyers Torts August 40 sellers 41 sellers It i BBER No. 1 RSS c.U. European 40 buyers 40% buyers 'ports September 40 sellers 41 sellers IU'BBER No 1 RSS Spot. 40-. 1

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices TONE: Steady. SALES: 366 lots. No 1 KSS Shipment Aug. landed prioe 44V6 sellers 44% sellers COFFEE futures September 50.50 bid 52.50 bid Above prices quoted m U.S. cents per Ib. NEW YORK. Aug. 2. Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 97.50 nora. 97.50 nom. a«—

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 46. Awaiting release 46. Afloats 45 y a First half August 45. Sarawak spot 42. Awaiting release 42. Afloats 41 to 40. First half August 38 Vi Lampong spot 45. Awaiting release 46. Afloats 45 >/ 2 First half August 44. Sellers ex-dock. Above prices quoted

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, Auf. 2. Previous Today 20 Industrials 460.25 460.82 20 Railroads 156.10 156.69 40 Domestic Bonds 99.55 99.56 15 Utilities 66.42 66.50 64 Stocks Composite Average 166.03 166.35

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Previous Today COPRA Philippines cJ.f. UK/North European delivered weight per long ton Aug./ Sept $177^ sellers SIWA sellers OPRA Philippines f.o.b. Manila m bulk per ton Unquoted Unquoted (OPRA Straits cJi. UK/North European delivered weight per £65 buyers £64% buyers long ton July/ Aug £65V^ sellers

$ LACK CUTS AID TO T.B.-MENACED CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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LACK CUTS AID TO T.B.-MENACED CHILDREN THE rehabilitation of some under- privileged school children with tuberculosis contacts m Singapore is being held up for want of money. Dr. S. M. Young, lady health officer m charge of schools, said the present budget of $30,000 a year allowed her to supply

Letter to the Editor

A reader's view on birth control [LETTER]

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A reader's view on birth control FEW Roman Catholics, I believe, will wholly approve of the case against the Family Planning Association presented by the Catholic Social Guild m your issue of July 30. It starts with a piece of irrelevance about Colonial Rule—thereby presenting itself with a blemish as

Hotels burgled [ARTICLE]

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Hotels burgled Three Penang hotels— two In PenanK Road and one m Leith Street were burgled during the holidays. A pair of binoculars and cash to the total value of $1,268 were stolen.

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THE BLACK NAPOLEON [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BLACK NAPOLEON C.D.T. Baker-Car r today tells about the slave who became THE WORLD'S STRANGEST STORIES warren, neglected, y<i still magnificent, the Citadel of La Kerriere rides Haiti's highest mountain peak like some vast man-o'-wur, ready to Are a thundering broadside. Yet the great stronghold was never attacked, never

GERENUKS FOR ZOOS IN U.K [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GERENUKS FOR ZOOS IN U.K Looking around m wonder at Avonmouth, Bristol, are two young gerenuks, destined for the Manchester Zoo. arrivals aboard a freighter as part of a cargo of animals valued at c 15,000. The animals were captured during a six-month expedition m East Africa and are going

Green acres saved [ARTICLE]

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Green acres saved OIR Bernard Docker was refused permission to ex<nd London's longest suburan finger farther out into the. n belt. Amcrsham council unanilly turned down three apitiona from his company, opolitan Railway Country ite Limited to build uses on 590 acres of farmMid between Chorley Wood 1 Chenies, Buckinghamshire.

WORKERS GET A BIG SHOCK OVER MEAL EXPENSES TAX [ARTICLE]

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WORKERS GET A BIG SHOCK OVER MEAL EXPENSES TAX 1 THOUSANDS of workers will have to pay tax on meal allowances because of a test ruling m the London High Court. Mr. Norman L. Durbidge, who claimed that his half crown teas and 6s. dinners paid for by his employers

MAN OF 84 CLIMBED TREE [ARTICLE]

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MAN OF 84 CLIMBED TREE It was his answer to 'How are you?'' 4 MAN of 84 was asked about hi health by a National Assistance Board visitor. He made no answer, but started to climb a ti- "by way of demonstration." This is quoted m the Board's annual report,*

Police flee West [ARTICLE]

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Police flee West Ninety-eight East German policemen, including five officers, fled to West Berlin during the Geneva talks.

Herrings for Reds [ARTICLE]

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Herrings for Reds Britain Ls to soil 135,000 barrels of cured herring to the Soviet Union.

BIG SISTER SHOWS HOW [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BIG SISTER SHOWS HOW AT 6V2 years of afje. Linda Starr is already learning m Bristol, uhrrr she Irves, how to hit boun- daries. She is seen foeinj; coached m balsmanship by E her cricketing sister, Miss Betty Starr, 21 year old E shorthand-typist, who reE cently became the first

A kindly King and an orphan [ARTICLE]

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A kindly King and an orphan (:v )K .m o:j>h.ir.» (1, p<-'rn Bedouin boy an Arabian Nlghtl .story has come true. Mneteen-year-old X l HuMeto ol Jordan wai fir: on the outskirts of Amman v. hf-n the boy. rmgiced m I bunury, stopped his car. Hie Har-row-educated ruler called hun

Air expert resigns [ARTICLE]

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Air expert resigns SIR ARNOLD HAM. bftfl rotied a.s director Of th<» Royal Aircraft Establishment at Pamborough and will loin the board ot the Hawker Siddeley Group M technical director from Nov. 1. Sir Arnold became director of the RAE. m July, 1951, when he was 30 Ho gave evidence

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THE GIR HAD LO OF FU S S [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE GIR HAD LO OF FU S S rpHE Third Annual Sports of the Bales! a hectic afternoon of fun and fames T on the full programme and one of (Ik* the Modern Artist." The pictures from t'>p le the page below show the prioress of tl I member of

Art is Schools Favourite [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Art is Schools Favourite Adelaide Eastley Prize-winning now a habit photo by A GIFTED teacher who has won the response of talented and co-operative pupils has invoked community admiration for her school thi i. Th» her is modest Miss Lils Bamy, her schon] the Tan long Katong School Girls, of

Apples Growing Without Pips [ARTICLE]

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Apples Growing Without Pips APPLEB are growing without pips at a research station m Somerset. The successful experiment La among several now being carried out to safeguard the county's production of cider. A team of experts, led by Professor T. Wallace, director of the National Fruit and Cider Institute 4

ITS THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW PATH NOW [ARTICLE]

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ITS THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW PATH NOW Eileen Ascroft By WOMEN will be treading the straight and narrow path thus autumn. That is if they like to be m fashion. Paris has now confirmed the slim look which we have already seen m Rome and London. This takes two distinct

I've lost my heart to a foghorn [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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I've lost my heart to a foghorn confesses FRANCIS MARTIN ONLY one way of describing Bertice Readirt act m London. ther on the stage or cabaret ("I wear a ringe skirt and do a ling called Lecture on vt she smoulders, arks, explodes. l have never met a more ly

New 'popular' recordings [ARTICLE]

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New 'popular' recordings interesting new disc of jazz music, When linti Go Marchin' In," twelve Dixieland issics, including the t gives this long-play-ord its name. twelve numbers offer me novelty tunes, oriDixieland numbers, jirituals and vaudemelodiet. cording i s by the retrombonUt Turk MurTurk has a big brassy and he

New Liszt recording is superb [ARTICLE]

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New Liszt recording is superb EjtRANZ LISZT WBM m many ways the most brilliant of pianist I and ins composition! are breathtaking In tonal beauty M they technically difficult Amoni the Rr t ol hi <>rchestnU comp are two concertoi for pUmo and orch tra, the No 1 m fc

REMEMBER THIS NAME [ARTICLE]

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REMEMBER THIS NAME A NAME to remember is 25-year-old New Zealander Mlna Foley, currently being applauded In New Zealand m tn<> nnest coloratura soprano the country has < ver produced. Overseas exports who have heard her say she has one of the voices of the century— some say the best

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The GOLD Cigarette Case [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The GOLD Cigarette Case Charles Morgan by I PiDfT \\HAPPtN? THE answer to yesterday's "Did It Happen" taIe—"KINDNESS OF THE HEART"— is no, it did not happen. IT was In the Bummer Of 1913, when I was 19 yean old. Whilo serving on the China Station. I had Obtained permission

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WITHOUT PAIN THERE CAN BE NO HAPPINESS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WITHOUT PAIN THERE CAN BE NO HAPPINESS Two paths cross m Paris... pro vocative star and provocative playwright... I introduced them, says DAVID LE WIN f^OR the first time on my honeymoon someelse lias worried it tin reservation For the first time I not have to look behind for the

'JUST LOOK AT LIFE AS IT IS' [ARTICLE]

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'JUST LOOK AT LIFE AS IT IS' and writer Tennessee Williams says "I ill ill uiih <li« rrisis m I In- iiiincls «»f |Mop!r V«mii« linn's hit slorin iirr %a%«li»4 k bill I il«-;il ill ri ;il il>. it 1 1 1 r ea Ii t j i •air age/

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It's the unhappy folk who DO things [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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It's the unhappy folk who DO things William Hickey "fFHERE an two types of nun m the United St.. 1 lid Dl Arnold HuUchrv K'T to me. "There Ls the nan who i emotionally dependent. When h» goes home expects a mother rather than i wife. A tic 'out- dynamic

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'Jolly good income, chum' cries David [ARTICLE]

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'Jolly good income, chum' cries David Michael Ruddy cvnvbn IKS a MOTHER and daughter act at the Palladium? A Hollywood studio press agent says that Jane Wyman and her 14 year old daughter, Maureen, have an offer from Val Parnell to do a and dancing routine that they have done

DEANNA to RETURN to FILMS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DEANNA to RETURN to FILMS [\EANNA DURBIN will f/ return to the American screen late this year. This is the prediction of Joseph Pasternak, the producer who discovered and developed her into one of the Industry's top stars. Pasternak says he has been m correspondence with Deanna, who now n

Spotlight [ARTICLE]

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Spotlight IT i eiw ;i long way to travel 6.000 milea for a six-minute part. Hut that is what Joan Qreenwood 'did when she went to Hollywood to co-star v.:♦ h st» wart (iianger In the i: lin "Moonfleet." i asked Mi Oreenwood and then the producer, John Houseman, who

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand Both side* vulnerable South dealer \y n j 4 ♦Kg 1052 J 9 4 3 108 15 0 A W 10 8 6 0J 2 J 3 *g 9 8 SOUTH 8 0 X ft 7 *X 2 Th* bidding SOUTH *f'.r NOWTN CASI 14 2 4 Pa.ss

BOARD FORGIVES JACK THE GIANT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BOARD FORGIVES JACK THE GIANT JONATHAN Now he's all set for Don Cock el I By JACK TO AMIABLE GIANT WHISTLED HAPPILY AS HE Ml! KM. HIS COWS THE OTIIEK DAY. THE MAN WHO CONTROL BOXINC; HAVE FORI.IVEN HIM FOR BEING NAUGHTY WHEN HE SECONDED HIS BROTHKK 808 IN A

Britain's Borotra Basil [ARTICLE]

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Britain's Borotra Basil BASIL LA WHENCE was winning his ambriduc hiwn tennis Blue m 15)1 1 at the time when Norm. in Brookes and Mrs. Dorothea Lambert Chambers irere dominating the Wimbledon <h impionships at the old Worpir Road grounds. Basil, at <•- played m the professional tournament at Scarborough.

S'gor team for Colony shoot [ARTICLE]

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S'gor team for Colony shoot The Selangor Gun Club will take part m their first outstation competition when they participate m lie inter-club challenge match spon sored by the Singapore Gun Club on Aug. 7 m Sin^apo.t The .'Mansor team will Include three club champions, S. If. Yong (1955), W.

R.A.F. SELETAR HIT FIVE PAST R.E.M.E. [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. SELETAR HIT FIVE PAST R.E.M.E. ROYAL AIR FORCE BELBTAR ASSURED THEMSELVES OF THK UNITED SERVICES FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE TITLE WIIKS THEY BEAT X I.M.X. 5-1 IN A KF.Y GAME AT SELETAR YESTERDAY. R.E.M.E missed several chances. Their inside forwards w*re never available to receive the crosses sent over by

Giant Ewart had to bus it [ARTICLE]

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Giant Ewart had to bus it I^WAKT PotfdtW, 7 It 2 m.. 308 lb Souih AfrtCSfl heavyweight boxer. ;un. id m I/mdon ye.sterday and %.i.-> t.tken by bus to the offices of promoter Jink hiolomons. "Three ar hire lnnis I contacted would not take the job," said b'>!<mi<>Ms, who wa.s

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

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R.A.F. CHANGI SPORTS ROUND-UP Ralph Blakeman bvnbvnvnv F.E.A.F. 'B score upset victory m inter-section soccer competition THBBB WAS ANOTHER MIXED BAG OF SPORT AT fHANC;i LAST WEKK AND STATION TEAMS WERE IN ACTION AT SOCCER. rRIC KET. TENNIS AND BASKETBALL. IN ADDITION. CHANGI WAS WELL REPRESENTED IN THK COLONY GOLF

FRENCH DESIGN AGAIN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FRENCH DESIGN AGAIN picture. H)K the M'cond time m three years, Mr. S. Banks' French Design, ridden by V. <iardner (nearest camera) won the I doodwood Stakes. Se< mid was Lord Rosefoery's Cunningham. Reuter

MARATHON PROTEST... [ARTICLE]

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MARATHON PROTEST... By A Special Correspondent "DRITAIN'S leading Marathon runners do not intend to take this business of raclni m tine sun lying down. They are to press for all Un portant Marathons to W held m the evenings and t the A.A.A. champion.sln;. race m future to be run

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MAHA RANEE TO WIN DRB CUP TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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MAHA RANEE TO WIN DRB CUP TOMORROW M\HA RANEE, a grey Irish mare by His Highness, is my choice to win the D.RB. Cup for (lass 2, horses over &l furloofi at Penang tomorrow, third day of the August Bank Holiday meeting. ha Ranee put up a spectaperformance last Saturwhen

PROBABLE SCRATCHINGS [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLE SCRATCHINGS OROBABLE scratching* 1 at Penang tomorrow are: Canchew, Greet, Conventional, Malayan Scholar, Avenger, Shi Shi, Pearline, Boy Garyth, Triple Crown, Stormy Wizard, Rice Mill, RoseMarie, La Ronde, Crown Link, Good Forage, Clear Water, Live Wire, Cedar Hill, Abington, Tres Nick Shukria, Gold Train, hi nil. i. The going

AJIT SCORES EASY VICTORY AT PENANG [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AJIT SCORES EASY VICTORY AT PENANG plclnn». yK'lurc. V »T vith apprentice Awi astride beating Christmas Carol (Wahab) 'to win the Claw 4 Div. I—7f.1 7f. handicap, on Monday What Happened (Hudson) was a lonp way third. Free Press (UU4IR SCOI (Mortimer) leading ih« field t. win Ra.cJ^n Monday. W

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INDONESIA'S K.O. KING TO FIGHT SONGKIAT IN SEPTEMBER [ARTICLE]

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INDONESIA'S K.O. KING TO FIGHT SONGKIAT IN SEPTEMBER FBU PKKSS BOXING REPOBTEB THE nGHTB WHO KNOCKED OUT THE MAN WHO BEAT INDONESIA'S MUHTWKIfiHT CHAMPION HOBBY NJOO, WILL FIGHT IN SINGAPORE EARLY NEXT MONTH. HE IS WILLY LASUT OFFICIAL FEATHERWEIGHT AND LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION OF ALL-INDONESIA. HIS OPPONENT WILL i BE NAI

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS 20 Words $6 (minimum). TO Irene and Taffy Thomas a daughter, Myra Elizabeth on the 2nd at K.K. Singapore. Both well. STUBBS: To Sue and Bill, on 2nd August at Bungsar Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, a daughter. Both well. CRAWFORD: To Anne and Hunter, at Penang Maternity Hospital, on 30Ui

ENGAGEMENT [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMENT 20 Word* $H (minimum). WRIGHT-NOOTH REAY: The Engagement is announced between I Peter Hui^h WriKht-Nooth, youngest! son of the late Mr. R. G. Wright-i Nooth. and Mrs. Wright-Nooth of j Bedford and Margaret Reay, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J.; Reay of Lancashire.

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH 20 Words %6 (minimum). ELPHICK ISABEL, widow of the I late Harry Elphick and very dearly loved mother of Pain, suddenly and peacefully at Royat. France, on 25th July. She loved Malaya and the «ood friends she leaves there.

EASY WIN FOR S.A. [ARTICLE]

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EASY WIN FOR S.A. AFRICANS beat Glamorpun by 22(3 runs at Swansea yesterday. Scores were: S. Africa Ist Inns: 225; Glamorgan Ist. Inns: f>4: S. Africa 2nd. Inns: 230: Glamorgan 2nd. Inns: 165. Reuter

Yorkshire's hopes of victory washed out [ARTICLE]

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Yorkshire's hopes of victory washed out SURRIiEY, THE COUNTY CRICKET CHAMPIONS, JOINED YORKSHIRE AT THE HEAD OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP TABLE BY BEATING NOTTINGHAMSHIRE BY AN INNINGS AND THREE RUNS AT THE OVAL YESTERDAY. Both Surrey and Yorkshire now have 196 points, but Sur- rey have two matches m hand. Yorkshire,

SCHOOLS TO PLAY STAFF [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOLS TO PLAY STAFF The Combined Staffs and Schools cricket match will be played on the Victoria School ground today starting at 1 p.m. Teams will be selected from: Staff: T.E.K. Retnam (capt), Wong Fong Weng. E. Doraisamy, R.G. Barker Gan Kee Kian, R. Jansen. V. Navaratnam, Yap Boon Chuan

SOVIET RELAY TEAM SETS NEW WORLD RECORD [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET RELAY TEAM SETS NEW WORLD RECORD A NEW world record for the four by KOO- metre relay wa« announced yesterday by Moscow radio. It was 7 hum 26.4 sec. by an army team competing at Riga m a tournament to mark the 15th anniversary of Soviet Latvia. A Soviet

BIG BOYS PAY RESPECTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BIG BOYS PAY RESPECTS WRESTLERS were out m force yesterday at the funeral of Mr. Dominic Carmichael, a retired planter and businessman, who collapsed while watching the wrestling at the Happy World arena on Saturday. Mr. Carmichat'l collapsed at the ringside while his car driver Tiger Puran was wrestling Bud

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>t>» < IK SMII A League and (up (•roup A: S.I.H. S.'l.C farrer Park; Hong ktflg Hank v (bartered Bank, SIIB ground. <;roup B: Mercantile Bank v Mai. Airways. Farrer Park; Ford v Sime Darhy, Farrer Park. Ciroup < (.uthrie v Mansfield, SRC padariK; Jacks v S.C.S., it MFA. (.r<»up