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The Singapore Free Press, 4 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Algol Afternoon Sale m Malaya v, 11 sinsiporc. Than., Auj. I. UM. Priff 15 < la,

Through space in 15 years-to the moon in 20 [ARTICLE]

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Through space in 15 years -to the moon in 20 i MERICAN guided missile engineer Norman V. Peteritn said m Copenhagen yesterdaj that space ships will reach the moon within 20 srs. itrsen. who said he meant unmanned space ships, if reed with scientist Fredeick I>urant (hat manned >pi(c ships

MARCHERS FREE GOA VILLAGE [ARTICLE]

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MARCHERS FREE GOA VILLAGE Indians die m border clash >'O Indian protest marchs died and three were >'.ikW m border shootings sterday but the Free Goa •eague announced that its •lunteers had crossed the rontier from India and "liberated" the village of Surla >m Portuguese rule. League -known as the

Food probe [ARTICLE]

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Food probe SERVICES and government officials discussed complaints about food at Southampton yesterday aboard the British troopship Empire Fowev on its arrival with servicemen from Hong Kong and Singapore. This followed a visit to the ?hip the previous night by Mr. T. L. Iremonger, Conservative Member of Parliament, who said

$40,000 ransom paid: 2 S'pore boats still held [ARTICLE]

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$40,000 ransom paid: 2 S'pore boats still held THE Vietname.se authorities are alleged to be making illegal use of two of the seven Singapore fishing vessels captured by them m the second week of May. This was reported to fishery officials by the crew of one of the .ships which

CONCERT ITEMS WERE BASED ON RED BOOKS [ARTICLE]

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CONCERT ITEMS WERE BASED ON RED BOOKS A Singapore Government sman said today that 1 was n 0 objection to the l Pore Chinese High Graduates of *1953 A Elation staging any performance to collect ON for Nanyan« University. He .said the police had objected only to certain Items on

Queen Mother 55 [ARTICLE]

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Queen Mother 55 •^nips m Singapore harbour i roads were dressed m "•'r of the Queen Mother i *tio i* 55 today I

DULLES CHOU TALKS URGED [ARTICLE]

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DULLES CHOU TALKS URGED Geneva pact near ]{hl) CHINA is expected to propose during the later stages of the Sino-American talks at Geneva, that a meeting should be held between Mr. John Foster-Dulles, I.S. State Secretary, and Mr. Chou Kn-lai, the Chinese Premier, reliable sources said yesterday. Mr. Wans Ping

TIN FACTORIES GET WAGE DEMAND OR... [ARTICLE]

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TIN FACTORIES GET WAGE DEMAND OR... Seven tin manufacturing factories m Singapore have received higher wage demands from the Singapore Factory and Shop Workers' Union. The union has stated that the workers will strike if demands are not granted by 5 p.m. tomorrow. The firms received the notices on Tuesday.

Rubber now $1.54 [ARTICLE]

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Rubber now $1.54 Free Press Market Correspondent RM'.i: mc continued it* spectacular rise m price when the Sing a port' market opened this morning. August first grade opened at SI.VJi a Ib. —51 cents above last Bifht'l close. The opening tone was firm. I'he li»st time rubber stood abov c

MOTHER OF 19 [ARTICLE]

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MOTHER OF 19 Mrs. Emma Janson, already mother to 17 children, gave birth yesterday m St. Louis to twin boy.s A.P.

'End execution' plea [ARTICLE]

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'End execution plea The Howard League for Penal Reform, m an appeal signed by 100 prominent people has called on Britain's Home Secretary, Major Gwilym Lloyd-George to suspend the death penalty.- Reuter

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LOVELY LA LOLLO MEETS BURT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LOVELY LA LOLLO MEETS BURT at a reception attended by M. Feroii President of the Paris Municipal Council (on right). The film will take three months to complete. Gina Lollobrigida and Burt Lancaster, who are teamed together m "Trapeze/ the film which Sir Carol Reed is shooting m the Winter

AUSTRIA TO SEND $450 MILLION 10 U TO MOSCOW [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRIA TO SEND $450 MILLION 10 U TO MOSCOW TIH-; Austrian Government announced yesterday that a bank courier will fly to Moscow next week with the MffgCtt LO.U. rver signed by Austria. It is a promissory note for 8150.000,000. The note, signed by Austrian National Rank President Bofen Margaretta, pledges

SUPREME SOVIET MEETS TODAY [ARTICLE]

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SUPREME SOVIET MEETS TODAY rE Supreme Soviet is meeting m extraordinary session m Moscow today to hear Marshal Bulganin report on the Geneva conference. The Soviet Premier If expected to address the 1,347 deputies m joint session of the Supreme Soviet's two chambers soon after its opening at 3 pm.

HIROSHIMA'S GREAT FEAR IS EXPLOITED [ARTICLE]

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HIROSHIMA'S GREAT FEAR IS EXPLOITED By un-American elements It will be ten years ago on Saturday since an at mic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. 'pHOUSANDS who survived the atomic boml Hiroshima and Nagasaki 10 years at?o, live In today that their health is permanently dam;; It is a fear

Hailstones hit 'bread-basket' [ARTICLE]

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Hailstones hit 'bread-basket' A terrific wind and ha 1 1 •orm hit Italy's bread-basket Ithe fertile Po Valley at iwn yesterday causing crop I mage estimated at $6,750,000, rmers -said some hailstones eighed almost half a pound. A. P.

Rebels down another plane [ARTICLE]

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Rebels down another plane MOROCCO TENSION IS STILL HIGH ALGERIAN rebels have shot down a light French A military plane spotting their movements m the Biscra region, the army reported yesterday. It was the second plane downed m three days. The Piano which had its fuel tanks pierced, crash-landed. The

GOD IS ON IKE'S SIDE, SAYS BILLYS [ARTICLE]

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GOD IS ON IKE'S SIDE, SAYS BILLYS EVANGELIST Billy S Li Graham said in New E*York yesterday that he believed "God was on the s side" of President Eisen- E E hower in his recent high- E level conferences to ease =j the cold war The evangelist, home _jj E

Siam strong man 'Ronnie' gets big job [ARTICLE]

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Siam strong man 'Ronnie gets big job A IR force chief Air Marsha] Fuen "Ronnie pakas, became deputy premier I m Siam's Cabinet re.shuffir an- nounced on Tuesday night m Bangkok. The reshuffle was expected a week back after the air chii I resigned as communications minister following a conflict

'Unify public service' call in Rhodesia [ARTICLE]

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'Unify public service' call in Rhodesia LORD MALVEFN. Southern Rhodesia's Federal Primo Minister, told Parliament m Salisbury yesterday that only way to make the Rhodesian Federation work properly was to have one Public. Service Commission to supply civil servants to all four government!* m the Federation. At present almost all

Singapore teachers to marry [ARTICLE]

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Singapore teachers to marry VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE Singapore tea- Mr. Tun Hwee Raffiei Instltttand M^s Asnes Yoke Lian of School, will be l on Saturday at r ws Cathedral. ;)tion for 25° pril] be held m the Hotel. SoeMw danr*> V FIVE members the Dockyard amateur Dramatic a-ill meet at the

Now there are nine [ARTICLE]

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Now there are nine jo" Mattli, one of *Lon- top ten dress designs to wind up his business.

ROW TO MAKE FILMS PAY-BY MR. LOKE [ARTICLE]

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ROW TO MAKE FILMS PAY-BY MR. LOKE Just galloping horses won't do' \\l LOKE WAN THO, Singapore millionaire cinema m owner, yesterday m London gave this advice to American and British film companies who want to make money m Asia: "Always remember that amm should be a movie and not

FASHION JUST TO CATCH A MAN'S EYE [ARTICLE]

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FASHION JUST TO CATCH A MAN'S EYE CHRISTIAN DIOR solemnly told a Sorbonne University audience yesterday that "fashion successively exaggerates one part after another of the female body to renew the attention of men." The designer was lecturing before the French civilisation course. Police controlled crowds at the doors while

MALAYA IS HOME TO JOHNNY GURKHA [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA IS HOME TO JOHNNY GURKHA COME 10.000 Gurkhas m eight British Army battalion now m Malaya are leading lives happily associated with their homeland m the Himalayas. The story of the Gurkha, one of mankind's oldest races, was told yesterday by Warrant Officer Thoma.s Fraser of the School ot

Five killed, 20 missing in mine blast [ARTICLE]

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Five killed, 20 missing in mine blast PMVE miners were killed and r about 20 more are missing after an explosion m the Dahlbusch pit at Gelsenkirchen, Germany, a mine official said la&t night. The explosion was belie ved to have been caused by a flre which broke out at

MEN SWIM WITH SEA LIONS [ARTICLE]

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MEN SWIM WITH SEA LIONS POLICEMAN attracted by noise m the sea Uon pool at Brooklyn zoo on Tuesday night arrested two men wi" trying to beat the heat by taking a *wim mta Uie U.P.

700 joined in fight over dominoes [ARTICLE]

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700 joined in fight over dominoes 4 FOUR-YEAR-OLD feud between two Iraqi families and their respective friends erupted into a pitched battle m Israel's Immigrant tamp at Tiberia. Police detained 10 people and imposed a one-night curfew m the camp. The fight broke out at night at the camp cafe

PACHINKO CRAZE IN JAPAN KILLS 6 PEOPLE [ARTICLE]

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PACHINKO CRAZE IN JAPAN KILLS 6 PEOPLE Pachinko, a plnball iwme sweeping Japan, was blamed lor six deaths In Matsue yesterday. Pohcc said Kunlo Fukuma, 54, strangled hi.s wife and four children near railroad tracks, then leapt to hlfl de;ith under an express train. "I went broke spending too much

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Opinion

Singapore teachers [ARTICLE]

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Singapore teachers lUST as membership of a union cannot make an inferior worker a better one, so too bigger salaries cannot either j transform a mediocre j teacher into a good one or bring about any enduring reformation of character. This reflection is sparked by a statement made by Mr.

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT [ARTICLE]

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CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Rene MacColl Do you know what the Russian for "Teddy Boy" j s by REPORTING FROM MOSCOW brought up to date DOES it ever occur to you to wonder about crime in.sui< the Soviet Union? This vast Communist State, which until the Other day turned only a

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY UNKNOWN fdf Ij^VKRYBODY who is anyJ body and if there is anybody who is not somebody, he oiiß'ht to be on show at a circus everybody is talking about the new boiler for railway engines, which will use the steam twice. Prodnose: The same steam 0 Myself:

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A HANDSOME GIFT m the HISTORY OF TIME MEASUREMENT R O LEX G. C.De SUVA &BROS., "Jewellers^ 3, RAFFLES PLACE Singapore- 1 Tel: *****./) I S3jcSmsaporf/rct|)rfs3 THURSDAY, August 4, 1955.

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The man who changed [ARTICLE]

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The man who changed Brain operation but now he steals rIIKKK was M way you could pick out Mr. Stanlc Walter Harris from his suburban neighbours m I ishponds. Bristol. He was a typical family man. The sam«.- job foi [y 30 years and with two grown-up sons who I

BUKIT PANJANG SHOW HELPS GOVERNMENT [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT PANJANG SHOW HELPS GOVERNMENT rpilE Government is planning 1 an island -wide agricultural exhibition to be held later thLs year, Mr. David Marshall, the Chief Minister, announced when he opened an agri-horticultural show at Bukit Panjang. Thp Bukit Panjang exhibition, the first ever district show and the first to

BLACKOUT-ON BIRTHDAY [ARTICLE]

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BLACKOUT-ON BIRTHDAY PAINTER George Swan; swayed on top of his 35ft. steel ladder and grabbed a 500-volt electric cable for support. There was a flash, and he was thrown to tine ground unconscious. He soon recovered. Later at home In Co. Durham, he said. "What a thing to happen on

WOMAN OF 72 BAPTISED IN SWIMMING POOL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WOMAN OF 72 BAPTISED IN SWIMMING POOL picture Mabel Abbott, aged 72. of Richmond, Virginia, holds her nose as, with 1,371 others, she is baptised in a New York swimming pool. The mas- baptism was held by the New World Society Assembly of the Jehovah's VV i t n esses

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Mws^Jt If you want to I V LJI be popular.., 1 ...you've got to look smart I Girls like their partners to look smart and distinguished to have that natural, wcll-groorncd look— in fact, to have the Silvikrin touch about their hair. For Silvikrin Hair Dressings control the hair perfectly

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m m ml ft 1 ilm I iI I I 111 r^ 111 j MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis J las^&T^a^J \B:W^^"A \&stf\£M^i [YOO-Rt A r/Mf TBAVtLr* FROM INSTEAD OP ?t mS? li^ MEANT NO T^ TARZAN by Edgar Rice Burroughs THE SAINT by Leslie Charteris JANE by

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i YOUR i I LUCKY STAR i I JJORX today. v h;,v, U1 4. alert and quick mind V,,., t can siie up a situation and w J act upon it instantly n ar# i a good person to depend on mi n J 4 a crisis, for. even though

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. Aug. :i. Previous Today «BrR No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European 40 buyers 42 buyers Part \ugust 41 sellers 42 < .sellers BIUR No. 1 R* s <••'•'■ European 40 buyers 42 buyers Ports September 41 MBBtl 42 sellers ii itBFR No 1 RSS Spot. 40 4

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. Aug. Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 97.50 nom. 97.62 norn Tin futures August 96.10 bid 96.35 bid 96.75 asked 97.25 asked September 94.35 bid 94.60 bid 95.00 asked 95.50 asked October 94.10 bid 94.35 bid 94.75 a.sked 95.25 a.sked TONE: Quiet but steady.

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 46. Awaiting release M. Afloats 45U to 45. First nlf August 44-. Sarawak spot 41. Awaiting release 41. Afloats 4(Hi to 40. First half August 38. Lampong spot 43. Awaiting release 46. Afloats 454. First half August 44. Sellers ex dock. Above prices quoted m U.S.

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. Aug. 3. Previous Today "<» Industrials 460.82 460.98 :<» Railroads 156.69 137.13 10 Domestic Bonds 99.56 99.53 15 Itilities 66.50 66.37' CI Stocks Composite Average 166.35 166 46

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Aug. 3 Previous Today COPRA Philippines c.i.f. UK/North Kuropean delivered weight per long ton Aug./ Sept. $178'/ 2 sellers $175 sellers opra Philippines f.o.b. Manila m hulk, per ton Unquoted Unquoted COPE A Straits c.i.f. UK/North European delivered weight per £64% buyers £64'; buyers long ton

14 bottles of cider and vive the Irish [ARTICLE]

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14 bottles of cider and vive the Irish BUT HIS NAME IS WELSH SAPPER GLYN JONES. 24. and brought up by a Welsh family, drank 14 halfpint buttles of cider m the Naafi one night. And began to sing so loudly for the Irish that a lance-corporal and escort walked

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. A.P. Mrs. Lorraine Slraka first motor-cycle policewoman at Cicero, a Chicago suburb, hands a ticket to a motorist for a parking oflfenc«. Motorists are wondering how shell get on when she catches out^j^^woman oil. 1 1 (It rl

ANGLO-SCOTS BATTLEFIELD IS FOR SALE [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-SCOTS BATTLEFIELD IS FOR SALE IjiLODDEN FIELD, scene of 1 the famous Anglo-Scots battle m 1513 on the borders Of Northumberland and Scot- land, is for sale. The 18-acre historic field immortalised m ballads is part of a farm on the I.OGG-acre Branxton Estate. Far centurie.s it has belonged to

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The Man from Devil's Island [ARTICLE]

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The Man from Devil's Island DUDLEY POPE by fdfdf rfHE article m the French newspaper "Aurore" waa signed by Emile Zola and the headline said, quite simply: "J'accuse!" I accuse the words burst on Pans like a bcrnb and the blast spread rijjht across Europe. The article ffll an open

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Th«« three days visit to Fast Berlin of the Soviet Premier. Marshal Bulganin, and Mr. Kruschev, leader of the Russian Communist Party, was hailed hy th«» Red -controlled Kast German Press as "tin- K r «*atest day m the history of the German capital." The two Russians took part m

What were they looking at? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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What were they looking at? pictures. All eyes were intent when the above picture was snapped. And what > were they looking at? Members of the Royal Family, including the Duchess of Kent (wearing white, at left), Princess > Alexandra (m dark coat and floral dress), and Prince Michael (boy

Yanks in the greenwood [ARTICLE]

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Yanks in the greenwood ENGLISH oak trees m Robin Hood's Sherwood Forest are to be replaced by American red oaks, Spanish chestnuts and Scots and Corsican pine. Atmospheric pollution and tapping of deep-water supplies have made the forest unsuitable for English oaks.

Husband warned [ARTICLE]

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Husband warned A jealous husband, Sidney Phillip Tucker, aged 47, Who drove a motor-oycle at his wile, was put on probation for three years at Lewes Alfiies. Mr. Justice Byrne warned him to keep away from his wife.

So plump-she gets £2,500 [ARTICLE]

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So plump-she gets £2,500 WOMAN of 35 who went from 8 stone to 12 Yz me after a works accident awarded 2,500— nearly for every extra lb. m *wght— at Bwansea. MLs-s Peggy Evans, of Felinfoel, Llanclly, lurt sll f J''' r plate put m her thigh after she was

SWIM IN THE NUDE [ARTICLE]

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SWIM IN THE NUDE Well, we girls wear undies WHAT started the recent story m the British press that mill-girls are taking lunch-hour swims m the nude m their local reservoir? Sixteen-year-old Brenda Jackson has now come forward to confess that she swims m her undies m the reservoir at

Coal fires ban may start soon [ARTICLE]

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Coal fires ban may start soon POWER to ban all coal fires is to be granted to local authorities m Britain when the Clean Air Bill becomes law —possibly before Christmas. Householders will receive grants of not less than 70 per cent of the cost of adapting or replacing grates

FORCED MARCHES [ARTICLE]

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FORCED MARCHES The navy draws up now rules NFW raltl inches have been framed by the Admiralty following the death of i Royal Mai commander Ailan Noble, Parliamentary Secretary, the Admiralty, announced them m the Oommom m aniweriri<r a question about the death 01 Marine Rhyce-Rees. In a nine-mile Commandotraining

Sky lifeguards [ARTICLE]

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Sky lifeguards A helicopter rescue service for bathers and holldaymakers cut off by the tide was provided by the RAF. on the North Cornish coast during August Bank Holiday weekend.

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AND THEY LI WAIK HAPPILY EVER AFTER j WITH GiajtCRxAus "-aaj_BBr -a- -a- V__gi^^^^ wear n 8- Its crepe rubber soles are extra-iesilient, JP^BWf rT f n y »i, f ,,j buckles (eve* j In Tan leather or do up White Bucksk.n D and Tough-yet fle.ibie-upper.. j E fittings. Sizes

WORLD NEWS IN ICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NEWS IN ICTURES picture. picture. picture. j IIIIHMtllllllll«IMIIIHI 111 l lIIIIIIMIII r picture. picture*. Popper Seventeen-year-old Gillian Toy is very pleased about something but it's not certain whether it was her election as "Miss Ramsgate of 1955" or this congratulatory ki^n^^^w^^^^^^y Robinson, a of the British film, "A Kid

INSPIRED BY VESTMENTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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INSPIRED BY VESTMENTS From church vestments comes the inspiration for the chasuble coat of this autumn ensemble in outsize herring box Irish tweed created by Robert Schulz of London. The coat worn with slim skirt and long Jumper in yellow wool Jersey Is called the I Eaton Square

FLO DESMOND IN RETIREMENT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FLO DESMOND IN RETIREMENT EVE PERRICK £ii!iiimimiiii j)> 'minimi '...Even Darryl Zanuck doesn 9 t lira like this' 'pHAT meat impersonator of Hollywood ftlm Stars, Miss Florence Desmond, Is currently giving her best-ever Impression of a Hollywood Aim star. And Miss Desmond, you may remember, has bee^ retired from show

Would YOU drive in a safety belt? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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W ould YOU drive in a safety belt? A NEW IDEA GATHERS FORCE reports Basil Garden \7O\J take your seat m the car. You throw the belt across your middle, clip it into place: that's all. But WOILD you? Would you wear a safety L< it m the car as

COULD IT COME TO THIS? [ARTICLE]

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COULD IT COME TO THIS? WILLIAM BARKLEY looks into the future m the face of an avalanche of traffic rules and regulations that red-tape the roads of Britain r«ITIZEN AC***** was charged at Pedestrians' Court No. 27 m London yesterday with the offence of crossing a main street when licensed

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Odette knew better [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Odette knew better TODAY'S TALE ♦♦♦♦♦< IS TOLD BY PETER CHURCHILL Is it FACT or FICTION Oid this story, m our spot the truth series by famous writers really happen? Tomorrow the answer will be published. IN 1952 my wife was {pending the early part of November m Prance with

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. SHAKING a lively leg, almost m dance style. Jimmy, the slender loris, hops about on his perch at the London Zoo i wide-eyed curiosity. He had just arrived there from Ceylon and was excitedly exploring his new surroundings. Reuter

Miss Borring tells six secrets [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Miss Borring tells six secrets EILEEN ASCROFT MM |0W do ><>v keep that i* tundbox" look during heatwave? We found the right to the answer to this pical beauty problem nne of America's i< ading model girls, a iilowy platinum blonde nailed Siv Borrine:. Swedish by birth and c pissed

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand otfc sides vulnerable w Mil dealer NORTH 4k 6 I T/U2 C J 10 5 *Q$ 4 2 AffT EAST •Jtlft 4 q 4 3 1(1 9 5 3 9AU 09 8 4 10 8 7 3 SOUTH ft a io a f 4 Th*» rj«i np "F-7

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P^ TPJ Gnanambigai A Jj^^^^^^H Lite is Kl'N for these lively JM f y mU look at their lovely limbs, theii Im 1 i y« >hinii!L r eves theii whole Immt i *\s *s"^^ m m\ aw bY j^^^^B expression is one of abundant Im mm coon health. i^,^ "1^

Rats can SEE with their ears [ARTICLE]

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Rats can SEE with their ears says THOMAS R. HENRY DATS, like bats, have echo sounding ap paratufl In their brains They may use sounds inaudible to humans to guide them m darkness and through mazes. F'vidcnco that rats can with their ours is pre- nted m a report to

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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rilllßOl (.11 an Irishman's m. pluck and persevere nee a province of Kenya, Britain's East African colony, has been rid of its most dreaded scourge the tiny flies which brought blindness to thousands of middle-aged African men and women. The scientist responsible for solving this problem is Mr. J. P.

MOULD AIDS PLASTICS [ARTICLE]

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MOULD AIDS PLASTICS THE same family of microorganisms, known as moulds, that make various antibiotic drugs < penicillin, terramycin, etc>, vitamins and hormones, is now being used to make cheaply a complicated chemical- itaconic aeM. The acid is made by microorganisms from wheat, corn, molasses, sugar beets and various other

V-2 booster now makes fabric [ARTICLE]

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V-2 booster now makes fabric FROM ROCKETS TO LOOMS By a Special Correspondent A CHEMICAL which began m the German Air Force as a rocket propellant is now parent to a family of more than 2,000 new chemicals and dru^s. The versatile substance, called hydrazine, found its first use with

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CLVBI AC ROSS Somethlni; medicinal for wrlt--1 Btap up taDour a-s an Americftn Ing on? 6 > MMgrMBl (11). 5 An air. kh.s or SDetcn con--8 The colour of a Chesterton tamer 17). Citric (ft). 6 Are rising tor an age <3). 9 A French dance las* serve* a 7

HOPE GOES STRAIGHT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HOPE GOES STRAIGHT THOMAS WISEMAN SffiKHpHHHpMHH9BSMijK|te9^B^HMH^^HHfii|fifiH| by So the gag- writers (and Crosby) are left behind 808 HOPE is coming to Pincwood In Britain to make his first British film which could be called (but isn't) The Road from Moscow. Fie will be travelling light without his usual gaggle of

The accent's on the 'oh' [ARTICLE]

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The accent's on the 'oh' pAROL OHMART (with the \j accent on the OH). You'll be hearing about this slim, smart actress during the next three months. Since she -igncd her contract with a studio last February, there has been a steady campaign to sell Miss Ohmart whose first film,

Shell just be herself! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Shell just be herself! HAVEN'T you heard' that singer Jill Day gets the starring role opposite Nigel Patrick m the new Rank film, "All For Mary?" Miss Day Is an experienced inger and a qualified dancer, !>ut she has never acted m her life. She is not worried about the

Spotlight [ARTICLE]

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Spotlight Brought up to date IN his film. "Prince of Players," Britain's Richard Burton plays the part of America's greatest actor. Edwin Booth. i The picture shows Booth coming to London m the 1850's to act "Hamlet." There Is a close-up of a London newspaper of the time reporting it.

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Potgeiter hopes to fight Morciano [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Potgeiter hopes to fight Morciano 1 THE GIANT FROM NATAL V mv \KT Potgeiter, who stands 7ft. 2in. and <> mj scales 22 stones, arrived m London on Tuesday ready to hit the trail which he hopes V, will lead him to fight with Rocky Mariano for v heavyweight boxing

SOUTH CHINA LED 5-1, THEN WON BY I GOAL [ARTICLE]

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SOUTH CHINA LED 5-1, THEN WON BY I GOAL f|MIE touring South China A soccer team beat Queensland by five goals to four at Brisbane yesterday after leading by live-one at halftime. Chu Wing Wah scored twice for South China and the other goals were scored by Chu Wing Keung,

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Ken Norris varies the tune [ARTICLE]

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Ken Norris varies the tune npiIIS is a clarion call to the moderate performers, the rabbits, the mediocrities and the also-rans of sport. Put your best foot forward and the day may come when you will slam the hotshots. You. too. could be a Ken Norris. fed up with the

Smile of the tiger [ARTICLE]

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Smile of the tiger And yet it was as a kind of perpetual odd-man-out, just scraping into his House soccer and cricket teams at Wembley County School, that Norris, now £4, got his first real sportsbreak at the pimply age of 15. Four of the chaps m the Fourth had

Britain CAN be Davis Cup power [ARTICLE]

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Britain CAN be Davis Cup power THE EXPERIMENT BY BRITAIN'S LAWN TENNIS SELECTORS IN CHOOSING A YOUNG. INEXPERIENCED TEAM TO PLAY THE ITALIANS IN THE DAVIS CUP WAS A MARKED SUCCESS. The result Britain lost 5-0 against probably the world's third tennis power, was completely justified. Roger Becker, Bob Wilson,

G.S.C. HOCKEY PRACTICES [ARTICLE]

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G.S.C. HOCKEY PRACTICES Girls' Sports Club hockey practice will be held every Tv«- day and Thursday at the O-BC. ground m Serangoon Kou'l, commencing at 520 pin today. All members interested In playing hockey ar»- requested to turn up. or I telephone the convenor Mrs Ruth Pennetather No. 2400

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IVjUadit iurpriss me ivay things are- going if iti the oery near future we 'lon't nave tne Dleasure ot beatino the E n o 1 1 a h tn a T est milch

30 Bn. RAOC enter Army Cup semi-final with convincing victory [ARTICLE]

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30 Bn. RAOC enter Army Cup semi-final with convincing victory THE 30 Battalion RAO C Playing a very fast brand of football with superior passing between the halves and forwards, entered the semi-finals of the Army Senior challenge Cun soccer competition by beating 40th. Kase Workshop RKME by 3—o at

MEDICALS BEAT MRNVR 5-1 [ARTICLE]

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MEDICALS BEAT MRNVR 5-1 Medicals beat M.R.N.V.R. 5-1 In a Govt. Services League Div. 1 match at Serangoon Road yesterday. Scorers for th e winners were Kassim 2). Abdullah Ah Chve and Saharl. Mohd. Zain. replied for M.R.N.V.R Another Div. l match, scheduled to be played at Printing Office ground

Rahim sets Malayan scoring record [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Rahim sets Malayan scoring record PLAYING his first game for Singapore Telephone Board m the S.B.H.F.A. League and Cup competition against Singapore Traction Co., at Farrer Park yesterday, Rahim Omar, Singapore Malaya Cup star, set (i Malayan goal-scoring record h hen he netted 12 goals m his team's 14 0

RESULTS AND POSITIONS [ARTICLE]

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RESULTS AND POSITIONS YESTERDAY'S results and late st positions m the Singapore Business House, F.A. League and Cup competition are: GROUP A Tel. Board i 4 Traction 0 Hongkong Bank 1 C. Bank 2 P W D L F A Pts Tel. Board 6 6 0 0 33 0 12

Vietnamese stars can't make visit [ARTICLE]

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Vietnamese stars can't make visit FE HENESSEY Cup tennis match between Singapore, the holders, and Vietnam, scheduled to be played this month m Singapore, has been cancelled. The president of the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association, Mr. Chua Choon Leong, said yesterday that the cancellation was because the Vietnam team of

SBA name 11 for K.L. meet [ARTICLE]

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SBA name 11 for K.L. meet The Singapore Badminton Association last night named a team of nine boys and two girls for the Malayan schoolboys and girls championships at Kuala Lumpur on Aug. 26, 27 and 28. They are: Boys: Ng Kirn Hock. Leong Pern Chan, Ong Tiong Gui, Wong

BRILLIANT SOCCER AT JALAN BESAR [ARTICLE]

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BRILLIANT SOCCER AT JALAN BESAR NEARLY 8,000 people watched the football match at J.B. stadium yesterday and if anyone came away feeling that they hadn't had their moneys worth then they must be extraordinarily (hard to please. Two touring teams the Chinese of Hong Kong and the Austrians of Salzburg

BARKER HITS 72 IN DRAWN CAME [ARTICLE]

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BARKER HITS 72 IN DRAWN CAME BREEZY batting by the Combined Staffs featured their drawn cricket match agairut Combined Schools at the Victoria School yesterday. South player R. G. Barker hit an unbeaten 72 m 45 minutes (three sixes and eight fours) while Wong Fong Weng took 43 minutes to

HONG KONG WOMEN CAGERS START MALAYAN TOUR NEXT WEEK [ARTICLE]

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HONG KONG WOMEN CAGERS START MALAYAN TOUR NEXT WEEK Free Press Basketball Repwter ONE OF HONG KONG'S BEST WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM THE AMOY CANNING COMPRISING OF THREE OFFICIALS AND 12 PLAYERS WILL PLAY IN SINGAPORE NEXT WEEK The team is expected to arrive m the Colony on Saturday. They will

LARSEN BEATS AYALA [ARTICLE]

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LARSEN BEATS AYALA ART LARSEN (U.S.) made a great recovery to beat Luis Ayala (Chile) m their quarterfinal of the men's singles at Hamburg yesterday m the German lawn tennis championships Losing the first two sets. Larsen romped through th* next three playing better and better as the match advanced

PAKISTAN CHAMPION FIGHTS ON SATURDAY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PAKISTAN CHAMPION FIGHTS ON SATURDAY OKI of the i .ill.- si wrestlers to visit Singapore Is SYED SMI Ml Ml heavyweight champion of Pakistan, who has held the title for the past three years. Syed who stands 6 ft. I 1 m. m his socks and weighs 260-lb.. first start

Services' team for tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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Services team for tomorrow rr*HE Combined Services team J to meet Salsburtf FT tomorrow at 5.15 p.m. at Jalan Besar Is: Belsham (RAF): Ives (RAF); Murray (RAF Clarke (RAF), Harrison (RAF», O'Niell (RAF) Ibrahim (RAF), Carter (RAF). Koh (Army), Nash <RAF». Cornelius (RAF) and other (Army).

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THREE RINGS IN IMPRESSIVE WORKOUT [ARTICLE]

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THREE RINGS IN IMPRESSIVE WORKOUT FINAI GALLOPS BY PENANG GOLD CUP PROBABLES King Crow does rousing trial FREE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT PENANG Gold Cup probables wound up their preparation on a heavy track this morning and none was more impressive than THREE RINGS who was full of running at the

New world 880-metre record [ARTICLE]

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New world 880-metre record ONE of the oldest world records listed m athletic reference books wan erased m Oslo last ni/rht when the Belgian policeman Roger Moens. Hocked 1 mm. 45.7 sec. far the 800 metres here. Moens. who is 25. clipped nine-tenths of a secimd off the 16-year-old, record

CHARLES BEATEN [ARTICLE]

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CHARLES BEATEN rpOMMY Hurrican Jackson A beat former world heavyweight boxing champion Ezzard Charles on points over 10 rounds m New York last night. Reuter.

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS 20 Word* $6 (minimum). MOK To Doris, wife of Yoon Sent?, at Kandang Kerbau Hospital. Sinqa{*ore. on 3rd August, 1955, daughter. GEILL: At Bungsar Hospital, on Tuesday, 2nd August, to Gean and George, a daughter, Mother and Daughter are both well.

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS 20 H „r»/, $6 (minimum). TAN SWEE HOCK. King George V School, Seremban. Interment j 1 p.m., Saturday. 6th August, Malacca, deeply mourned. BROWN: G. F. W.. of Dusun Durian Estate. Banting, August Ist, suddenly m England, beloved husbuM of Margaret and son of the late T. L. Brown.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 20 Wordu <•> (minimum). MR A. KAMANATHAN Chitty and Family of 162-J Charlton Road thank all the Stuff of the Malayan Tobacco Distributors, Relatives and Friends for their Attendance and Flowers on the Cremation of his father Mr. G. Gurub;ithum Chitty on 2.8.55. MRS. DOMINICK CARMICHAEL thanks all Relatives

PERAK HOCKEY OFFICIALS [ARTICLE]

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PERAK HOCKEY OFFICIALS TELUK ANSON, Thur.s Dr. J. T. Paranjothy was re-elected president of the Lower Perak District Hockey Association for 1955. Other official* are: Vice-pres: P. Ayadural. Sec: N. Balasubramanlam, Treas: Lim Chooi Chin. Asst. sec: A. Rogers, Auditors: S. M. Muthu and Ng Chee Chiew. Committee- Teoh Boon

GES NEEDED TWO [ARTICLE]

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GES NEEDED TWO TAPAH, Tues. St Anthonys School, from Teluk Anson. beat Government English School by two runs m a friendly cricket match here. S.A.S. 60 CV. V. Giri 17. K. Ramakrishnan 12, R. Vincent 11, Prince 6-4). G.ES. 58 (Yogeswaran 16. Giri 3-7 Ramakrislinan 2-11).

TONY LOCK SPINS SURREY BACK IN FIGHT AGAINST LANCASHIRE [ARTICLE]

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TONY LOCK SPINS SURREY BACK IN FIGHT AGAINST LANCASHIRE FINE LEFT-ARM BOWLING BY ENGLAND SPINNER TONY LOCK, WHO FINISHED WITH EIGHT WICKETS FOR 82 RUNS. PUT SI RREY WELL BACK INTO THE GAME WHEN LANCASHIRE COLLAPSED DRAMATICALLY AFTER MAKING AN IMPRESSIVE START AT MANCHESTER Lancashire were at one time 218

R.A.F. Hong Kong in unimpressive victory over Navy [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. Hong Kong in unimpressive victory over Navy ROYAL AIR FORCE HONG KONG. IN DEFEATING ROY*i NAVY BY 3-1 IN A FRIENDLY SOCCER MATCH vr CHANGI YESTERDAY. HAD LITTLE CAUSE FOR SATIsV \r TION IN THIS DISPLAY. MIIMAC With three new players introduced into the side and one positional change,

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Fuller skittles Warwickshire SOUTH Africa dismissed Warwickshire for 188 at Birmingham yesterday on the first day of their three-day match Fuller taking 7 for 60. Gardner was the only batsman to stand up to the Springbok's bowling, scoring 58. South Africa were 56 without loss at close. Reuter. Mhß^^|Bßß^ THE

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SOCCER SAFA LEAGUE— Div. l Pulau Brani v Star Soccerites 5.15 p.m. J. Besar; Div. 2A: S.C.C. v Fathul Karib, padang; Div. 3A: S. Corinthians "A" v Junior A.A CYMA; Woodlands S.C. v REME Civ. F. Park; Div. 3B: Sukaramai S.C. v Arab Union, Geylang. GOVT. SERVICES LEAGUE: Div. I:

FREE PRESS RACE DAY Special

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FREE PRESS RACE DAY Special Amateur tipsters:

'POP' LIM SELECTS: Producer RACE (5) [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'POP' LIM SELECTS: Producer RACE (5) SINGAPORE international hockey player Ronnie B;trth missed with his selecti d on Monday, FREEDOM TRAIN H who was unplaced m Race 2. Mrs. Thclma Dennehy still leads the Amateur Tipsters' Leagu»- table with a profit of $4. Today. > Pop" Lim Yong Liang, Hon.

ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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RAIN IN PENANG: FANCY LIGHT, RIVER PATROL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RAIN IN PENANG: FANCY LIGHT, RIVER PATROL FREE PRESS RACING < CORRESPONDENT p H R V SANTHEMVM (Race Two) and Fancy Light (Race Six) should make a safe double at Penang today. Both are strong stable fancies. The going was Heavy this morning after overnight rain but under a bright

Capt. Years today [ARTICLE]

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Capt. Years today VPT Lindsay Years Ls 73 tod;iy and fOtal front: OM "f j best-known Bforw m Malayan iCtot. the captain has been In turn n amateur rider, owner tr.iiner •d offuial during hLs 46 years on Malayan Turf. IK-ralllliK nls long a.V'K latlOO with Ing the capUin My

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PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS RACE 1-3.30: CUSS 2, DIV. 1-6 FURS. 1 -66 Satisfaction 4y chag <Ng Kin Khoon> R. Breukelen 8.08 Bouroutp 2 842 River Patrol 8y brirg <Yap Kirn Hoe) Breukelen 8.07 Leo*. 237 Beccaficoes 8y brirg (Sagittarius Stable) Bagby 8.00 Smith -09 Scone Stone 3y cheg <Newlands

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TRACK FORM OF TODAY'S PENANG ACCEPTORS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TRACK FORM OF TODAY'S PENANG ACCEPTORS LISTED BELOW IS THE LATEST TRACK FORM OF HORSES TAKING PART IN TODAY'S RACES AT PENANG. RACE ONE CL. 2, DIV. I— FURS. SATISFACTION: 30-7-55 Went •\li.shly over 3 m 39 45; 1-8-55 Finished sixth m Div. l over 6F. RIVER PATROL: 1-8-55 Finished

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CHRYSANTHEMUM CAN BE BACKED WITH CONFIDENCE [ARTICLE]

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CHRYSANTHEMUM CAN BE BACKED WITH CONFIDENCE by MAN ON THE SPOT TIIF. DKB CUP OVER 8V 2 f FOR (LASS 2 STAYERS LOOKS VERY MUCH LIKE THE ROIKiERS STABLES' STAKES. THE PENANG TRAINER HAS THREE HORSKS ENGAGED IN A FIELD OF SIX. Conventional; a smart front-running stayer, looks the logical

TANKARD'S RACE QUIPS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TANKARD'S RACE QUIPS Sybil's Pride, Conventional —•two good bets today Cl. 2, Div. 1-6 Furs. SATISFACTION: Track did not suit on Monday; would do t> ttei on top of the ground. RIVER PATROL: Good .second to Distributor; if heavy track again ROOd chance. BCCCAFICOCS: Would need a start. scone RTONE:

PROBABLE LINE-UP FOR GOLD CUP [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLE LINE-UP FOR GOLD CUP TflE probable line-up and jockeys for the Penang Gold Cup over H mihs to bo run on Saturday is: 1. 212 SOCTII PACIFIC blkcg 9.00 < Bell 2. 924 SIIAN<;RILA birg 8.07 Basby 3. 625 TIIRKE RINGS bir« 8.07 Mortimer 4. 167 RENNIES breg 8.07

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