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The Singapore Free Press, 5 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. *****. Sinrapore, FrL, Aug 5, 1955. Price 15 Ct«.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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WIFE GOES INTO HIDING

They can't find way to tell airman of wedding No. 2 [ARTICLE]

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They can't find way to tell airman of wedding No. 2 UfITH ten other U.S. fliers just freed by Red China, fT Airman 2nd Class Daniel Schmidt stood grinning happily m Clark Field air force hospital m the Philippines last night still unaware that his wife had remarried thinking he

PAKISTAN AGREES TO WEDDING LAW PROBE [ARTICLE]

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PAKISTAN AGREES TO WEDDING LAW PROBE The Pakistani Government last night appointed a commission to investigate whether Muslim marriage and family laws need to be modified "to give women their proper place In society, according to the fundamentals of Islam." Premier Mohammed Ali promised a commission would be set up

Rubber now $1.56 [ARTICLE]

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Rubber now $1.56 RUBBER continued its rise m Singapore this morning when first grade, August shipment, opened at $1.56 a lb., an increase of 3% cents above last night's close. The rise resulted mainly from the better overnight London and New York markets where prices appreciated by seven-eighths of a

LIQUOR THEFT [ARTICLE]

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LIQUOR THEFT A thief broke into a shop m Jaian Besai, Singapore, last n ignt and stole 12 bottles of liquor worth $200.

BOAT DETAINED [ARTICLE]

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BOAT DETAINED A Syrian boat en route from peirut to Gaza was detained m **raeu waters yesterday. U.P.

SOEKARNO SILENT ON THE 17 MERDEKAS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SOEKARNO SILENT ON THE 17 MERDEKAS "PRESIDENT Soekarno of X Indonesia stopped ove; m Singapore for breakfast this morning on his way home from his Haji pilgrimage to Mecca. The president was !a a jovial mood and chatted with the Commissioner General, Mr Malcolrr Mac Donald and the Chief Minister,

PEKING REVOLT PLOT: 30 HELD [ARTICLE]

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PEKING REVOLT PLOT: 30 HELD 30 Chinese counter-revolutionaries have been arrested for "attempts to assassinate Government leaders m Peking/ This Hong Kong report, by the New China News Agency, follows reports of uprisings and other counterrevolutionary activities up and down China m the last few weeks. The 30 arrests, said

TOO EARLY FOR ASIA TALKS [ARTICLE]

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TOO EARLY FOR ASIA TALKS PRESIDENT Eis+nhowrr I today ruled oat, for the time being, any meet ing at the summit to settle the Far Ea»t di«PMte. It was far too much m advance to talk about the possibility of a summit meeting, he said at his Washington press conference

S'pore boats freed [ARTICLE]

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S'pore boats freed TWO Singapore fishing boats which the Vietnamese authorities were alleged to be using illegally, have now been released. They left for Singapore on Thursday. The ships were two of eight boats detained m May m Cholon for alleged illegal fishing. Vietnamese authorities demanded a fine of $40,000,

Mixed bathing condemned [ARTICLE]

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Mixed bathing condemned THE Cardinal Primate of Spain yesterday condemned mixed bathing and the practice of placing dance halls and bars near bathing facilities. He Issued a pastoral letter saying that "bathing 1, a practice of hygiene and therefore should be carried out In privacy, but If publicly, then with

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BULGANIN REJECTS IKES PLAN [ARTICLE]

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BULGANIN REJECTS IKES PLAN 'Both countries can hide air baa from view 9 DREMIER Nikolai Bulganin yesterday turned down President Eisenhower's proposal for mutual military inspection. Bulganin said, "I do not believe that the proposal can have any great real significance." Bulganin's rejection of Eisenhower's proposal at tht Geneva summit

30 die in flaming crashed plane [ARTICLE]

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30 die in flaming crashed plane EMERGENCY LANDJiW FAILS AN AMERICAN twin-engined Convair crashed and burned yesterday while attempting an emergency landing at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, killing all 30 people aboard. Lieut. David Dyer, public information officer at that army post, said rescue teams had reached the scene and

Dracula cured [ARTICLE]

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Dracula cured Rehabilitated, Bela Lugosi will leave a Norwalk, California hospital today and start v.ork on a new movie m two weeks. At his own request, he was treated for three months for drug addiction. He is best known for his characterisa- tion of Count Dracula- A.P.

400 Goanese 'merge' village with India [ARTICLE]

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400 Goanese 'merge' village with India SOME 400 members of the village of Mayam m Goa yesterday declared themselves free of Portuguese rule o.nd parsed resolutions requesting the Indian Government to "merge" Mayam with India, reports reaching Bombay said. In New Delhi, Home Minister Pandit Pant said his government was

U.S. WILL MAKE NEW DISARM PLAN. SAYS IKE [ARTICLE]

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U.S. WILL MAKE NEW DISARM PLAN. SAYS IKE PRESIDENT Eisenhower, indicated yesterday m Washington that the U.S. would make new proposals on disarmament. He told his press conference that he did not believe Marshal Bulganin closed the door to a U.S.Russian disarmament agreement by his rejection of the idea of

NO CHINA VISIT [ARTICLE]

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NO CHINA VISIT The steering committee of the French National Assembly yesterday recommended against a trip by a group of Deputies to Communist China and Japan as there is no money available. A.P.

Y.W.C.A. leader on way to S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Y.W.C.A. leader on way to S'pore The UJB. State Department said yesterday that Miss Let a H. Galpin of the Y.W.C.A. National Board will leave Washington today for Malaya to spend three months working with youth organisations. Miss Galpin will work with the Malayan Youth Council, the Singapore Youth Council

Soviet A-arms tests [ARTICLE]

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Soviet A-arms tests Russia has resumed testing nuclear weapons "within the past few days," the Atomic Washington yesterday U.P.

RUBBER TREE TO BE DUPLICATED' CLAIM [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER TREE TO BE DUPLICATED' CLAIM Pilot plant ready within a year A PILOT PLANT to produce new man-made rubber described as synthetically duplicating the tree rubber is expected to be m operation m nine months to a year, it was disclosed yesterday m Cleveland, Ohio. The announcement was made

Cheaper plan to outer space-by Australia [ARTICLE]

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Cheaper plan to outer space-by Australia AUSTRALIA announced plans yesterday m Melbourne for an outer space rocket programme which it claims will cost less than the U.S. satellite project. Australian scientists plan to fire data-recording rockets more than 300 miles above the earth. Hie data collected will be used for

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I'MHiiiuiiiiMiimoMiHmmuiimi.wMiitiiim HE CONDEMNED A JURY TO DEATH! E When they found young Bill Purvis guilty of a crime lie did fct not commit and sent htm to the gallows he placed a terrible c curse on the 12 jurymen. "You all die before I do/ lie said. c c <f

She's on sketching tour of Malaya [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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She's on sketching tour of Malaya VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE W\ MISS Enid Mapstonc, (rifht), an attractive v.mng Australian commercial artist, is m Singapore on a two-month S5 t to Malaya. She is sketching and writing articles on typical Malayan scenes for two wellknown Australian maeazines For the last 18 montn* she

New floods in India [ARTICLE]

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New floods in India FLOOD WATERS of the River Buritenga ace rising steadily m India and East Pakistan The village of Munchiganj. 15 miles from Dacca, already is inundated, and railway communications m the Annur district have been disrupted.— U.P.

Atlantic storm [ARTICLE]

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Atlantic storm A tropical .storm Connie, third A of the year, whirled over the Atlantic yesterday. A.P.

BLAST MINE IS TOMB FOR TRAPPED 25 [ARTICLE]

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BLAST MINE IS TOMB FOR TRAPPED 25 FIRE and explosion which roared through the Dahlbusch coal mine at Gelsenkirchen, Germany, killed 41 miners on Wednesday night, rhe mine became a tomb for 25 of the dead. Hospitals reported that 11 othors were injured. Rescue squads which had braved the smoke-filled

Kilimanjaro crash pilot blamed [ARTICLE]

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Kilimanjaro crash pilot blamed DID NOT SHOW REGARD FOR SAFETY' THE pilot of an airliner which crashed into 19,000--foot Mount Kilimanjaro, killing all 20 aboard, "did not show the regard for the safety of his aircraft and passengers that could be expected from a man of his training and experience."

WIFE CRIED OUT HER LOVE OVER SHOT HUSBAND [ARTICLE]

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WIFE CRIED OUT HER LOVE OVER SHOT HUSBAND A IS. Army warrant oiTicer told a court martial at A Sendai, Japan, that a young army wife accused of murdering her husband cried out her love for him after he was shot to death. Warrant Officer John H. Green testified that

RUSSIAN AID [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIAN AID Russia has stepped up equipping and training four Vietminh divisions, says a Chinese Natonalist report from Taipeh.

Magistrate warned: You'll get bullet if... [ARTICLE]

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Magistrate warned: You'll get bullet if. A THREAT on the life of the .senior magistrate of Dunedin. New Zealand, 'ajls handed him yesterday while he wa.s hearing a ca.se of negligent driving that caused death. The note to the magistrate. Mr. J D Willis, .said: 'If Willis doej not give

The paper refused [ARTICLE]

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The paper refused Government authorities prohibited El Tiempo, Colombia's largest daily, from appearing yesterday because it refused to publish a statement A.P

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< -xiikmA. tfi Wwty W^Af look at these easy K oin e Fimlish madr > </ "designed for l>eauty and comfort." They are lighter /vr and cooler, styled by Bata to complement thf latest f\ W V TY^the^i on-feel how they pack extra PJ^ure Into y nrf^*\ leisure. Yes. Bata

The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, August 5, 1955. Opinion

THE WORLD LOOKS UP [ARTICLE]

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THE WORLD LOOKS UP AROUND the world there i is a stirring of interest and mankind lifts its eyes skyward as the first steps are taken towards! the conquest of space. Within the next two years, Bit is now confidently hoped, man-made satel- i lites will be shot into 1

THE BLUEPRINT IS CLEAR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BLUEPRINT IS CLEAR ''Barring some act of supreme folly a world war is now impossible r PHE talks between Presi- dent Eisenhower and Marshal Zhukov at Geneva, were hampered from the start by the fact that neither man spoke the other's language. This meant that interpreters had to be

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley l!L TAG DAY for the Singapore Children's Society is today, and every dollar the public contributes helps towards the $20,000 targel for this year's casework, salaries, rent and transport. In addition, the )(icty"s officers and committee will try to raise another $30,000 or so before the

UNION WILL RESIST MOVE TO KILL IT [ARTICLE]

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UNION WILL RESIST MOVE TO KILL IT THE 1,300-strong Singapore Government and City Council Labour Union yesterday said It was determined to exist m the face of the move to destroy it by the 10,000-strong City Council Union Federation. The federation since 1953 ha? thrice asked the City Council to

S'pore trade exhibition [ARTICLE]

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S'pore trade exhibition A Singapore Trade and Industries Exhibition will be held at the Great World amusement park from October 8 to 26. The exhibition will coincide with the Colombo Plan conference to bo held m the Colony. About 128 .stalls, covering approximately four acres, will be constructed.

Record year for fires [ARTICLE]

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Record year for fires The number of flre.s m i Klang this year will be the highest m postwar years .said Klang's fire officer, Mr. J. F. O. Nicholas, yesterday. The record year was 1952 when 47 fires broke out. From January till yesterday, the fire brigade haj already tackled

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LAST 2 DAYS I i TODAY and TOMORROW j j ALL ITEMS PRICES SLASHED! j DACRON READY MADE TROUSERS $14 50 Up BREWSTER LINEN EMBRO: SHIRTS $11.50 I SKIPPER TERRY SHIRTS $12 90 PALM SPRINC LINEN EMBRO: SHIRTS $15. 50 SHANTONC PRT. SPORT SHIRTS 6.90 DACRON PRT; SPORT SHIRTS 9.90

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis I w l^^^jn^d isrrK] laßSol^vHiJ TOUWST.INTHE V YOU'RE^ GOIHOONA^ °^L^±J^ YEAR 5055 00 DEFERRING VACATION. INOOINGTHA^^-r^r U H EN WE j I PEOPLE REMAIN S TO THQ^E THfY V£ NO J HP I t^A^EL BACK L-^^J__^H YOUNG ALWAY^Tj PiLLS?OH,NO. PfRW J NEN JM^^^^^I

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j YOUR I LUCKYj I STAR i DORN today, >ou are highh < •<► sensitive to all oulsidf m fluences and are kindh div- 3, nosed toward all who are Im fortunate than \ours<-|f. \MJ have what is called a "so<ial i consciousness" and aim to da somethine about the

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON, Aug. 4. Previous Today i I iip.l It No. 1 BSS ci.f. European 42" buyers 43', buyer s Tor U August 42 sellers 434 sellers l Blii X No. 1 RSS cJ.f. European 42 buyers 43 U buyer s Ports September 42 -sellers 43 4 sellers

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. Aug. 4. Previous Today Tin Strait, «x>t an* "e"^ "g m EJ 11:11 _&d S3 tSTO\F- Quiet SALES: Nil. KIWIFR futures September 47.25 traded 48.40 traded December 48.05 to 46.75 traded 48.08 traded TONE: Firm. SALES: 419 lots. No. 1 RSS Shipment Aug. landed pr

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar and awaiting release 45 Afloats 44V 2 to 44. First half August 43 Sarawak spot and awaitIng release 40. Afloats 39»/ 2 to 39. First half August 37. Lampong spot and awaiting release 45. Afloats 44" 2 to 44. First half August 43. Sellers ex-dock. Above

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK. Aug. 4. Previous Today 20 industrials 460.98 454.18 M> Railroads 157.13 154.73 li) DomesMc Bonds 9 953 Al 15 Utilities 66.37! 65.98 Gl Stocks Composite Average 166.46 164.23

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Aug. 4. Previous Today COPRA Philippines cJ.f. UK/North European delivered weight per long ton Aug./ Sept $175 sellers $175 sellers COPRA Philippines f.o.b. Manila m hulk per ton Unquoted Unquoted (OPRA Straits cif. UK /North European delivered weight per IH% buyers £64 buyers long ton July/Aug

Burma holds the key in battle to reduce price of rice [ARTICLE]

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Burma holds the key in battle to reduce price of rice BURMA now hoWs the key m the battle to bring down the prices of rice m the face of a rising Bangkok market, according to Singapore traders. They said the prices were likely to remain steady or even go

Date of lottery draw postponed [ARTICLE]

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Date of lottery draw postponed The management committee of the Princess Elizabeth Estate Community Centre ha* decided to postpone the date of its welfare lottery draw due on July 31 to Aug. 28. Government permission for this has already been obtained, the secretary stated. The lottery is to raise funds

TWO MEN OF POLITICS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO MEN OF POLITICS Sir Winston Churchill leaves after lunching with Sir Anthony Eden at 10 Downing Street when, it is understood, they discussed the coming visit of Marshal Itulganin.H A.P. pictu**.

TWO MEN OF FUN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO MEN OF FUN Noel Coward and Bob Hope (below) who travelled together by BOAC from New York to Londmn.

THE 'FLYING SAUCER FISH' FOR STORE [ARTICLE]

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THE 'FLYING SAUCER FISH' FOR STORE CJINGAPORE fish fanciers will have an opportunity to view the "Hying saucer fish" wide«y regarded as the klnc of tropical ftrtli and' many other rare ipedfnfMl from South America. Africa and other countries at tho biggest ever three-day aquarlsU' show to be held at

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THE BLUEBEARD of the BATHROOM [ARTICLE]

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THE BLUEBEARD of the BATHROOM F.J.LYONS by afd ii tin iiiii ill ii iiiiiiiiii ii ii iiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii imiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim George Joseph Smith had "the appearance of a butcher and the breeding of a scavenger" but he exercised a strange power of fascination over women. He is known to have murdered

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A tempest 38 year* ago took everything: bat her memories from Elizabeth Prettyjohn, a stouted hearted 70, who is now the only inhabitant of the "ghost village" of South Hallsands vi South Devon. Here she stands outside her home. Before the storm struck m 1917. South HaSlsands was a prosperous

The Bishop at farewell party [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Bishop at farewell party (iIESTS with the Rev. Mr. John Fleming at a fareveil party given m his honour at Bishopbourne, Singapore. From left are: Mr. Khoo Siaw Hus, Archdeacon Robin Woods, Rev. Mr. Fleming, Mrs. R. L. Archer, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Amstutz, Mr. Peter l.im, Mr. G. R.

I MARRIED TINPOT HITLER WROTE 73-DAY WIFE [ARTICLE]

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I MARRIED TINPOT HITLER WROTE 73-DAY WIFE INURING the 73 days of her married life a wife's descriptions of her husband. recorded m her diary, ranged from "so sweet" to "tinpot Hitler." Extracts from the diary were read by Mr. Justice Wallington m the divorce court m London, at the

The case of the twin jockeys [ARTICLE]

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The case of the twin jockeys JOCKEY Dominic Forte wai accepted for the Army. His twin brother John, though heavier, was rejected ai underweight. So says Mr. Norman Dodds. Labour M.P. for Erilh. and leading House of Common* critic of call-up muddles. Mr. Dodds named the 21-year-old twin jockeys whose

Gold inside fish [ARTICLE]

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Gold inside fish Customs officers stepped on board the 5,000-ton British mail boat Daressa when she arrived at Karachi from the Persian Gulf and found gold bars with £2 000 stuffed inside nsh carried m an unclaimed basket.

SAFETY AID FOR COLONY MOTORISTS [ARTICLE]

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SAFETY AID FOR COLONY MOTORISTS THE Singapore Safety First Council has designed a head lamp aligner and quiz panel to help motorists adjust their lights and promote road .:uoty. The acting chairman of the council, Mr. A. E. Shepherd, said the council could supply them to garages and driving schools.

Time flies—anon. [ARTICLE]

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Time flies anon. A nineteenth century gold itch worth £100, looted from Bristol museum m a 1940 air 'ud, has been returned to the niuseum director with an anonymous note: "Returned m thr condition m which it was taken."

Sea race for boy [ARTICLE]

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Sea race for boy A sea-goin* ambulance, Guernsey's Flying Christine, sped three miles to the tiny Hern island and brought back seven-year-old Michael Oooch —on holiday from Rugby—for an immediate appendicitis operation.

CORPORAL: HOW I 'STRUNG UP' AN AC 2 [ARTICLE]

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CORPORAL: HOW I 'STRUNG UP' AN AC 2 EIGHTEEN YEAR OLD Granville Thomas Filer iad been m the R.A.F. only wo days when an exasperated corporal said to him, You Ji^ed stringing up." And that is just what the corporal did do threading webbing straps through the recruits epaulettes. By

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Cakes are delicious /V^lv when made with SPRY I roorakeitnd p«strie» c ire lighter, more digestible DIGESTI BLE r a joy to eat when they ire made with Spry. Its perfect odd- S sistency pve* i quick thorough mix brings out the fullness of their j^ flavour. Fried dishes, too,

WORLD NEW IN PICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NEW IN PICTURES picture. picture picture. picture. picture. Designed for the bright summer days is 'Calypso' a gay little forward beret in white straw. An attractive decoration is the pattern of multi-coloured flowers embroidered all over the hat and matched on the straw bag carried. At the back centre

These boys study to fight temptation [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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These boys study to fight temptation Adelaide Eastley meets some unusual Singapore cnuaren BROTHERLY love and unselfishness are human qualities usually expected to be manifest only m adults. But here m Singapore some 70 Tamil children are seasoned practitioners of these virtues. They are the orphans of the Ramakrishna Mission.

IT'S A HECTIC LIFE WITH FATHER [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IT'S A HECTIC LIFE WITH FATHER George Malcolm Thomson ...when the train is late I I by NORMAN DOUGLAS. A SELECTION FROM HIS okKS. Introduction by I) M. Low, Chatto and Windus Seeker and Warburg. 255. SM pages. A LITTLE money has made me lazy," said Mr. Keith. "But I

Other new books [ARTICLE]

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Other new books MAIGBR AND THT YOUNG »IRL. By Simenon ilamish UmilUa. 9s. 6d. ]f*o >ages pHE title warms g>e heart. A He is back! S cretive, minative. stealing the limeuht from Detective-Sergeant L"unon. Maigret follows from i"' to clue the story of the urdered girl m the- Place miUe.

MAJOR WEIGHS NINE STONE [ARTICLE]

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MAJOR WEIGHS NINE STONE PLUMP people who enjoy their foo<i will sympa- I thise with Major, a five- year-old bull mastiff who I has grown too fat to get his head down to his din- neT. His owner. Mrs L. I Warren, of Whitton, Middlesex, England, has helped Major out

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The TABLET in the HILLS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The TABLET in the HILLS ERNEST RAYMONB by lI KS name wa.s Arthur Hathersage. At least thai is what I .shall rail him here, because there must be many alive who vwn- follower! of Sussex Cficket In the years before the 1914-18 war, and if I wrote the name more

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rplIK answer to yesterday's "Did It Happen** story— I H ODnn KNFW KTI Kit"— is YES. it did happen!

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Life with Danny is like life with a whirlwind [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Life with Danny is like life with a whirlwind STEPHEN COULTER meets the girl who makes the star f/clc j muni itiiMiiminiMiiiti" XI m a 12 }l ($107.04) a tc at the George v .j. mi n Paris. VU a girl not .so long a^o. was n g canned soup

London Spring styles will have an Italian accent [ARTICLE]

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London Spring styles will have an Italian accent iiiiiiiiiiimMiiMimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiinii' EILEEN ASCROFT reports on the latest fashion news from Rome THREE Italian fashions will influence International clothes for Autumn 1955— (1) the tube tunic coat over a Him skirt or sheath skirt; (2) the rich bro-(-uflr m Botticelli colourfor evenings; (3)

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This holiday hobby is paying off [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This holiday hobby is paying off r rms >• v a new pastime it :t.s A;n«-J Icanfl concerned nt any rate is to go uranium hunting and fyou hope) rich. m thru- thousand t v i it n pn ;rs, clerks, college underiduates and business men are (locking to the

So he stood in for them [ARTICLE]

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So he stood in for them NO CHIEF GUESTS- THE Lord Chancellor, the Foreign Secretary and the Minister of Labour wen* to have attended a small dinnerparty at the St. Stephen's Club. I/jndon. All three had to .send apologies for their absence at the last moment. "A great pity, .said

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand •i) 4 1 X .1 06 2 a k g m 7 WFST (AST 4 a g #5 9*762 C> till) •> H 4 0 A X «J 7 4 0 Q J 111 8 2 9 6 5-4 SOUTH 4 X J 10 8 3 0 5

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CLfKS ACROSS 4 This riddle puzzles an UttStS 1 "Myself when did eagerly fre- mostly (6> quetu" (Omar Kliayyamt 5 Machine with spirit In It (b) 4 Soon Reg and Noel get together o Mammal that seems all rlgbl 1 <3 4> be?in with (5). 8 Sovereign from a Belßlan

Jill finds NO future for glamour [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jill finds NO future for glamour IJJAJIA LEWt\ rvports: IT'S toii^h being a gla--1 niour »irl m British film*. From Jill Adams I heard this week of the sorrows of having sexappeal m a country which prefers its sex to be sub-titled. Miss Adams ("please don't call me a starlit,

An OSCAR for Cagney? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An OSCAR for Cagney? Michael Ruddy fdfd ayQjffigjgflJB^' "J] JENNIFER JONES'S film J portrayals have so delighted Darryl Zanuck that he has signed her star m "Good Morning, 3 Dove," an American version of "Goodbye, Mr. Chips." Miss portrays a 1 teacher m New Engwho has strongly iniced many of

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SINGAPORE WILL BE INVITED TO O.B. F. MEETING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE WILL BE INVITED TO O.B. F. MEETING fdf ,|MIK BOXING CHAMTIONB OK THE I ORIENT Will. Bi: IN ICTION IN MANILA FKOM OCT. TO OCT. 10 IN THE FIRST CARNIVAL CHAMPIONS To BE HELD IN THE EAST The tentative programme Is: Oct. 28. flyweight and lightweight championships: Oci 29,

Fathul Karib just made it against S.C.C. [ARTICLE]

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Fathul Karib just made it against S.C.C. pOMPUCTING his hat trick three tniiiiilcs from lime, rentre-for-waid Sahar iiwitastd Falhul K* ribs ekaneei of promotion when ih«'y h«*at Slngaperc Crlckrt lul» l-t after ti lilinj; hy a goal at the inlervitl, m their S. A.F. A. Div. 2A m it< It

Motor rally on Sunday [ARTICLE]

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Motor rally on Sunday TIIIIMY-hXWR entriei have been submitted for the Motor Club rally to be held on Sunday m Johore and Singapore. Competlion must cover n>o miles In the Federation and 2:> miles m Singapore, finishing *1 the Koyal Singapore Plytng Club, Thou taklni part will aleo do a

AMERICAN A.A.A. BACKS OUT OF AUTO-RACINC [ARTICLE]

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AMERICAN A.A.A. BACKS OUT OF AUTO-RACINC r pHE AMERICAN AUTOMOBIL] 1 RECENT AUTO RACING REASON. ANNOUNCED IT IS RACING BUSINESS IN THE The AAA has directed nearly all major auto races m thi.s country since 1902. In announcing the organisation'^ action. President Andrew J. Sordoni of WilkesBarre, Pennsylvania, said: "Racing

SHIELD SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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SHIELD SOCCER Koo Too Sport. s Club beat Harcroft Estate 4 3 m a Mai -ruble-Burns Shield MCCCT league at Sitiawan. Scorers were Teik Cheng, M. S. Manlam, and Yutof (1). Samuel scored a bat-trick for Harcroft Estate. E ASSOCIATION CITING THE TRAGEDY IN FRANCE AS GETTING OUT OF THE

CRICKET, SIR, IS NO JOKE [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET, SIR, IS NO JOKE MR. JOHN BISHOP M c H A L E from Wyoming, U.S.A., Is one American who iweara that he will never laugh again at or about cricket. He was aboard a bus m London the other day. Also travelling were two Englishmen with a portable

TRAINING SCHEDULE IS CHANGED [ARTICLE]

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TRAINING SCHEDULE IS CHANGED The training schedule for Singapore boxers preparing for the South East Asia boxing; tournament has heen changed. Mr. B. L. Dunsford. Secretary of the Singapore A.8.A.. said Iftjt night that all boxers have now been requested to attend sessions at the Police Training School every Monday.

S. AFRICANS IN STRONG POSITION [ARTICLE]

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S. AFRICANS IN STRONG POSITION aOUTH AFRICAs cricketers are m a strong position agalnat Warwickshire, who. with all second Innings wickets m hand, need 173 runs today to save m innings defeat. They scored 188 m their fust m- j nings The touring side carried their overnight 56 for no

MAHA RANEE WON A THRILLER [ARTICLE]

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MAHA RANEE WON A THRILLER Free Press Racing Correspondent. MAHA RANEE with Peter Knuckey .istriiU-, completed a splendid double when she snatched a thrilling V length win from the Outsider Sound Wave m the DRB Cup over 8! 2- furlongs for Class 2 horses at Penang yesterday, third day of

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PENANG GOLD CUP SHOULD GO TO ZABAGLIONE [ARTICLE]

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PENANG GOLD CUP SHOULD GO TO ZABAGLIONE It is Star Signal tor the main sprint 7ABAGLIONE, SHANL GBILA, SOUTH PACIFIC. This is the order I expect J^l the Penang Gold ,(M < v p over 1J ftft) miles to finish V tomorrow, the fJSS (one hiding daj .yj of the

PROBABLE SCRATCHINCS [ARTICLE]

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PROBABLE SCRATCHINCS pitOBABLK scratihings at Penang tomorrow are: BAKFLEUR, OLEANDER, PA D I STORE, BROADSIDE, HARRINGAY, MAJESTAS. MUFFIN MAN. CORALITA, GAY CARNIVAL, KENTUCKY PRIDE, EARTHQUAKE. FATHER CHRISTMAS, CARGO RICE. CARPENTER, CELERITY, DANDE BAY, CINECOLOR, PURPLE AND WHITE, TROW HILL, CAMBRIDGE BLUE, DE-WIN and BROWN BOOTY. are:

SOCCERITES RECOVER TO BEAT PULAU BRANI [ARTICLE]

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SOCCERITES RECOVER TO BEAT PULAU BRANI (JTAR Soccer ;te« recover liig from an curly all back, beat Puiau Urani 3-li m a sAFA First Division g.ime at Jalan iie*«ir stadium jre»- I tc-rday. Plilau Brani U>ok the lead m the third minute when Tanir worked Mi way through three iefmrteri

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Nielsen and Courtney break world 800 yds. record; Strickland sets 100-m mark [ARTICLE]

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Nielsen and Courtney break world 800 yds. record; Strickland sets 100-m mark nUNNAB NIELSEN of Denmark and American Tom Courtney, both beat the l KSOvds. worfcd record whi< h Nielsen holds jointly with Mai Whitheld (I S when they each returned lmin. 48.2 sec. m the Ilannish Academic Athletics meeting

BITHS [ARTICLE]

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BITHS 20 Wntds $6 (minimum). CiRIKFt To Patricia <Nee Spent) and Anthony Grier The Residency Jesaelton a ion on 29th July. BANFIELD: To Joan, nee Patrick, Wilt oi A Q H.i n field, a son, at X uuUng Kerbau Hospital. BHI'ITON: I'o Ann. i (nee Richardeon), wife of Capt. R-

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 20 Wnrds $H mi mi in/ti i MR MRS. ADRIAN DE SILVA Think Everyone for kind attendance an i valuable presents n occasion of their marriage 1-8-55. DR. AND MRS. Tan Kok Penq; think all who attended their Wedding all those who sent! Useful and Valuable Presents. \\H A:

ENGAGEMENT [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMENT 20 Hon/, $a (minimum). HODICK-UUHT: The engagement ti announced between William Alan Rodi<k, of [pob, younger son of the I late Captain J N. Rociick. and Mrs. R«hli( k oi Sa loom foe, S. Devon, and Ann Troon Burt, of the Cameron Highlands, elder daughter of the liv« Mr

Sugar Ray and party suspended [ARTICLE]

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Sugar Ray and party suspended RAY ROBINSON and three of his managers were suspended yesterday by the Massachusetts Boxing Commission until they reimburse the Callahan A.C. U552,500 m expenses, incurred m the cancellation of a March 5 bout, scheduled for the Boston Garden. The suspension is effective from July 29.

R.A.P.C. go down fighting [ARTICLE]

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R.A.P.C. go down fighting TN the opening moments of this j end-of-the-season game, m which R.A.P.C. were fi^huim lor second position m the United Service* Div. 2 league, H.A.P.C. played Inspiring football and went down null' in^ to "*-0 defeat by Royal Air Force (.Spartan.-^ at Seletar yesterday. Spartans had

NARROW VICTORY FOR CIVILIANS [ARTICLE]

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NARROW VICTORY FOR CIVILIANS REME Civilians had to fl«ht hard for their narrow 3-2 victory over Woodlands S.C. m their SAFA Div. 3A match at Fairer Park yesteiday. Scorers for the winners were Talib <2» and T. A. Welles while Ibrahim bin Abdul Wahab scored both goals for Woodlands.

Wahab hits three goals for Marines [ARTICLE]

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Wahab hits three goals for Marines A bat-trkk by Wahab Abu enabled Marine Department to beat Teachers Training College "A" 3-0 m a Govt. Services Div. 1 league soccer match played at the Printing ground yesterday. The Div. 2 matches yesterday resulted Prisons beat Domam 2-1 at Farrer Park. Bamat

All stars start off with 5-0 win in K.L [ARTICLE]

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All stars start off with 5-0 win in K.L SINCiAPORKS AH BUr t.ihl*' ten- f. nis team opened tbeir Pederm- 1 tlon Unh fj-o over Bel- < angoi Combined on Wednesday .it Pul Chul i i;t 11. Kuala Lumpur. Though ihv Blngaporeanj won by v convincing margin, they had U

SURREY LOSE FIRST INNINGS POINTS; YORKS MADE TO FIGHT [ARTICLE]

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SURREY LOSE FIRST INNINGS POINTS; YORKS MADE TO FIGHT I I AHOLD EIGHTH-WICKET STAND OF 133 RUN'S MINUTES BY FREDDIE TRUEMAN AND RAY WORTH EARNED YORKSHIRE A SLIM FIRST INNINGS LFAn OVER LEICESTERSHIRE ON THE SECOND DAY OF THFIR MATCH AT LEICESTER YESTERDAY. Replying to Leicester's first innings total of

BOYS' CLUBS BOXING: 14 BOUTS TONIGHT [ARTICLE]

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BOYS' CLUBS BOXING: 14 BOUTS TONIGHT BOXERS from the Singapore Harbour Board Boys' Club will meet Queen Street B. C. m a 14--bout programme to be held at Keppel Road at 8.30 tonight. Roy Lazaroo who has been away from the ring for some time, will fight Mohamed Bajuni. This

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SOCCER Salzburg F.T. v Comb. Smices, Jalan Besar. 5.15 pm. SAFA League Div. 2A: Tampenis Rovers v RAF Seletar, Farter Park; Div. 3A: Setia Java v Jollilads, MFA ground: Div. 3B: NVtaji MAC v Town Hangers. Geylang. BOXING S.H.B. Boys Club v Queen Slr-vt B.C. Keppel Road, 8.30 p.m. P.