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The Singapore Free Press, 8 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya 1 1:> '<»• Singapore. Mon.. Aug. 8. 19.*>.">. Price 15 Cts

He walked to J.B. and won a bet [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He walked to J.B. and won a bet Now 11 Singapore men issue a challenge G<EORGE (The Moose) Standish yesterday won a I three-month-old bet by walking the 17 miles from Singapore to Johore Bahru. The bet was that he couldn't alk from the General Post Office, Singapore, to Johore

10 WOMEN DIE IN SOVIET PLANE CRASH [ARTICLE]

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10 WOMEN DIE IN SOVIET PLANE CRASH TWENTY FIVE PEOPLE, including* ten women members of a Norwegian delegation, died when a Russian plane caught fire and crashed while on its way from Stalingrad to Moscow. The others were ten Russians and the crew of five. There were no survivors. Reuter.

Rubber down [ARTICLE]

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Rubber down liHE weakness which develop- Ed on the Singapore rubber market on Saturday morning, following the unloading of lag quantities of rubber from up-country centres m the last lour of trading, continued m Singapore this morning. On Saturday morning, the price fell by 5% cents to close at $1.48

MOHAMMED ALI RESIGNS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MOHAMMED ALI RESIGNS |>RO-western Mohammed Ali resigned last night as Pakistan prime minister, after the Muslim League's Parliamentary Party refused to approve him as the party leader. Thc parliamentary party chose the Finance Minister. Chaudhri Mohammed Ali, as party leader and authorised him to negotiate with opposition parties, including the

CAMERA LOSS [ARTICLE]

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CAMERA LOSS An American, Mr. Joe Fitzgerald, reported the loss of a cine camera worth $600 at the Botanic Gardens, Singapore, on Saturday.

The Curtain goes up for the Church [ARTICLE]

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The Curtain goes up for the Church r PHE central rommittre of A the World Council 4 Churches agreed last n al Davos. Switzerland I hold ik> next annual meeting m a COOimiinlal country for tho first time. ThLs decision by the 90-mem-ber committee was made after a Hungarian bishop,

TAX RELIEF FOR DEAD MATES [ARTICLE]

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TAX RELIEF FOR DEAD MATES Widows and widowers m India can claim their deceased mates as dependent*- for purposes of income tax deductions, according to a notice sent to members of India's Parliament. -A.P.

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Valiant off Britain's first four-engined heavy jet bomber, the Vickers Valiant, took oft from Changi airfield, Singapore, at 6.05 a.m. today m an attempt to smash the Singapore-Darwin flight record of 4hrs. 24mins. set up by a Canberra jet m 1953. Piloted by Wing Commander John Finch with a crew

BUT THEY PEEPED TO SEE ROYAL PICNIC [ARTICLE]

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BUT THEY PEEPED TO SEE ROYAL PICNIC TWW3E Qw a Md the Duke ol 1 Edinburgh jtslerdmy attend* ri church serrice m historic st David* Cathedra] at Pembrokshlrt. shrine ol Wales' patron saint. it VM tne first time for a« arly 700 years that a reigning monann had knelt m

7 die as bus rolls down mountain [ARTICLE]

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7 die as bus rolls down mountain Seven Koreans were killed and 48 Others injured last Friday night when a speeding bus toppled from a mountain road about 100 miles west of .Seoul. U. P.

JAYCEES GIVE TREAT TO 100 ORPHANS [ARTICLE]

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JAYCEES GIVE TREAT TO 100 ORPHANS ONE HUNDRED orphans of Singapore, were treated yesterday to tours to Johore Bahru and a party and a magic show by the Singapore Junior Chamber ol Commerce. Jaycees called it "Operation Children The children came from the Mount Erskine Social Welfare < hlldren'a centre.

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ture. pic- Bicycles waiting to be loaded aboard the Hon* Kong-b ou n d Tjiluwah yesterday for their owners —Chinese students who left for Red China. Fifty students embarked. Nearly everyone took a new bicycle. Free Press

CYPRUS GARRISON [ARTICLE]

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CYPRUS GARRISON An advance party of the First Battalion the South Staffordshire Regiment which will form part of the permanent garrison of Cyprus, flew m from the Suez Canal Zone yes- Urdav.—R Reuter

FORMOSA BOOM [ARTICLE]

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FORMOSA BOOM The production of oil reached record levels during the first six months of this year m Formosa, it was announced m Talpeh yesterday

It was the gayest party Reds ever gave [ARTICLE]

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It was the gayest party Reds ever gave VOIIKA. ***** AIM! .MV AT 111 Mi A.M.VS PICNIC I>iumiu" Bsdgaaia threw i r.il.i tountr> part> fOI rli'ili'ln.its >esterdaj sad »n a j-ayful mood said he "hoped that sometime" he uouid visit thr I nlted states. Top soviet leaden felkdaneedi boa! ru

SUMMIT TALKS SNUB: 'MATTER FOR THE U.N.' [ARTICLE]

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SUMMIT TALKS SNUB: 'MATTER FOR THE U.N.' UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Dag Hamm; to the September session ol* the General Assembl world's major powers for leaving the U.N. beHln< problem* by such conferences as the summit talks i Hammarskjold said the world might find itse Jnited Nations "a chance to develop

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picture. The Vickers Valiant, Britain's first four-engined i J heavy jet bomber, sweeping m gracefully as she i landed at Changi yesterday on her flight to Austra1 lia Free Press

Taipeh probe into attack on InchweISs [ARTICLE]

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Taipeh probe into attack on InchweISs TTHE Nationalist Chinese Government is making an investigation of the reported attack on the British freight*; c InchwelLs by four Chinese Thunderjets near Foochow. Foreign Office sources said m Taipeh yesterday. The informants declined any further comment while the case was "under investigation. The

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It was followed b y a magic show by Mr. Jimmy Choo. Said a Jaycee spokesman: For some of the children it was their first ever car-ride when we took them to Johore Bahru. We have done what we can to make it one of the happiest day m their

HURRICANE MAY HIT HOLIDAY ISLANDS [ARTICLE]

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HURRICANE MAY HIT HOLIDAY ISLANDS force winds horn the fringes of s hurrimed Connie' by Weather Bureau are brush the Bahama* resident! of th< lay Islands hav< j to remain alert. >iamas had earlier to bear the fuli the hurricane which timated at 135 ,r extra ding 75 the centre,

Prisoner set fire in cell-dies [ARTICLE]

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Prisoner set fire in cell -dies 'lino Rodrigues, a convict Ponte Do Lima jail, Lisjet tire to his straw, mats m a fit ot temper. i as burnt to death before liler was able to .summon guard.— A.P.

Southern sojourn [ARTICLE]

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Southern sojourn mben of next year's A-.t; rctic expedi- h this year vaLon visits, Sir Hillary, tho expedifiairi m Wellington Reuter

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picture The president mi thr Bt. John Ambulance- Brigade, Chief Justice Sir Murray -Ay lisle*/, inspecting a guard-of honour of officers at Kaflfles Place. Singapore, yesterday. With Sir Charles (above) is District Oflieer A. N. Pereira. left. Later Date Syed A. M. Alsagofl'. tinBrigade's Assistant Commissioner, gave a farewell speech

Beauty. 16. hides in warship—and sails to America [ARTICLE]

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Beauty. 16. hides in warship and sails to America A BEAUTIFUL 16-year-old Portuguese, Joycelin Pilapil. yesterday waved goodbye to 240 "shipmates" aboard the Canadian destroyer, Athabaskan. as two detectives took her ashore at Long Beach. California, to face charges of stowing away eight days ago m Hawaii. "It was a

SCOOTERS TO NAB THOSE SCOOTING PILFERERS [ARTICLE]

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SCOOTERS TO NAB THOSE SCOOTING PILFERERS MANILA customs authorities are cracking down on smugglers and pilferers In a mobile way. Customs Commissioner Manuel p. Manahan, appointed re cently by President Ramon Magsayaay to "•clean up" the customs department and rampant pilferage on piers. Is equipping his Inspectors with ers and

SINGAPORE MARKSMEN ON TOP [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE MARKSMEN ON TOP N rAPORE was first m the event at the ■iday Shoot at Road and won the n Challenge Cup first time officially. Ed Tong Sen ChalCuo iiaci remained m ion of the Singain Cub for the paust pears due to lack of com:;om up-country. the Singapore

Bishop who hastened abdication now quits [ARTICLE]

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Bishop who hastened abdication now quits who precipitated tion of King VIII announced his ion yesterd Bishop of Brad- v. Blunt, who on iy m 1930 delivered a critl ;ng *'people il) for their attitude i and marriage. mars were generally as t.v first public- crim ol th< present Duke

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The Singapore free Press MONDAY, August 8, 1955. Opinion A good idea abused [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore free Press MONDAY, August 8, 1955. Opinion A good idea abused TT i.s right, that B gOV- eminent should gel to know its people and what they want, better still what i.s good lor them. But to find this knowledge is often difficult. And that's why the idea

TITO'S BALKAN PACTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TITO'S BALKAN PACTS New Belgrade— Moscow ties have made the Yugoslavs a bit uneasy about their military alliance with the Greeks and Turks, says HELEN EISHER YUGOSLAVIA'S rapprochement with Russia has not affected the Balkan alliance but the general lessening of international tension and the decrease m the immediate threat

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber BY rpilE mania for excessive refrigeration, and the consequent fossilisatlon of so many foods, led the thoughtless, some time ago. to acclaim meat which tasted of liquorice It wa.s a change from a taste ol nothing. I now read that experts have succeeded m --llminating the

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley By ONLY one man m Singapore knows how to open that concealed cavity containing a scroll m the city's mace, $15,000 golden symbol of constitutional authority. He LS Mr. T. M. Stevens, city secretary. He was told the secret by the maces tsmen. lucked up safely

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis 1 I [CHIEF/ rcvF //ITH A. SQUAD TO il ,-AS A GADGET ;«AT I OPAL L ThE BU TME I OP.EEN. I'VE GOT THb CREEP i I LACES f/CLECULES-- S //OULDN T UE. HE HAS fH_ GANG* •p.r A r f rr,^^ fl

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YOUE I LUCKY I i STAR |JOK\ today, y.uir w*m**{ I It*! toff l.n, nidu .nd f*mt rhrM m J Hun all < otnl.ti, to I tyou a ii;orous pr*fn Mj i tson. Yd., Irmra i n>_.- ease. This iv fertaaate, lm I 4 enjoy traveling ar.d win likely lo

CHUFFY'S NEW FRIENDS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHUFFY'S NEW FRIENDS ture pic- Seen to be on the best terms with ChufTy, mascot of the Women's Royal I Air Force Officer Cadet j Training School, Kent, r are these four Burmese j officers. They are attending a course at the school. All hold Rangoon University degrees. Pictured from

Chinese drive for public support on citizenship plea [ARTICLE]

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Chinese drive for public support on citizenship plea rpHE Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce is pushing ahead with its plans to gain public support for its citizenship appeal to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd. The Chamber will, for this purpose, convene a meeting of representatives

Jiving and the party line [ARTICLE]

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Jiving and the party line HOT HEINIRS teenagers who learn jitterbugging m the dance halls of Western Berlin and then take the craze over to the East— are m trouble with German Communists. The official party newspaper, Neucs Deutschland, said yesterday: "Our worthy dance bands play nice light music like

Families in polio flats shunned [ARTICLE]

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Families in polio flats shunned PEOPLE m a block of flats where two eases of polio were reported are being shunned m the street, according to Dr. William Stott, medical officer of health at Southwark. London. He said: "People from the flats are being treated like lepers. People are sending

Church social [ARTICLE]

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Church social More than 300 people attended a dance and social at the High School, Kajang, on Saturday night m aid of I the Holy Family Church build- ing fund.

Six for Britain [ARTICLE]

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Six for Britain I Nigeria's Oorernment riven £2.000 so that six ciils can take Girl II Guid* courses m Uriturn. i

RAISE GRANT, SAY CHINESE SCHOOLS [ARTICLE]

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RAISE GRANT, SAY CHINESE SCHOOLS THE Singapore Chinese Education Council, representing 503 organisations, will send a nine-man delegation to see the Minister for Education, Mr. Chew Swee Kee, regarding provident fund mutters. T*he Council decided oil tin.. after hearing the views of Several members, including Mr. Lim Chin Siong of

'Spore airports are neighbours but mix-up by pilots unlikely [ARTICLE]

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'Spore airports are neighbours but mix-up by pilots unlikely I EXPERTS disagree on whether pilots might be likely m to land at Changi airfield by mistake when Singapore's new international airport at Paya l.ebar is opened. Following the unexpected landing of b Changibound Hermei aircraft at Paya Lebar recently, a

Interest in quiz disc and aligner [ARTICLE]

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Interest in quiz disc and aligner THE secretary of the Singapore Safety First Council, Captain E. Richardson, said several inquiries had been received from motorists about the* new headlamps aligner and quiz disc. He said those who want to inspect or place an order for them' should contact him at

LAND EXPERT TO ADVISE S'PORE ON 'FREEZE' LAW [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LAND EXPERT TO ADVISE S'PORE ON 'FREEZE' LAW Dr. John F. N. Murray, y chairman of the Au«. tralian Land Valuation lioanl. who is m Singa- pore to ad viae on legisLa- tion to hvieM the value* I of land m the Colony and on the setting -up of a

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BLONDIN THE BOLD [ARTICLE]

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BLONDIN THE BOLD ROBERT COLEMAN today recounts the incredible feats of rX)UR-YEAR-OLD Jean Franco!* Otavelet, »«*ng Ashing rod for a balancing pole, walked acrosi a rope strung between two gate posts. His paie n I I were ised enough with his performance to allow him to train m L'Bcole de

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picture. lIIIIUIIIHIUIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIW *IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMW* M,,,,,,,,, S SOME of the 1.300 nauti- cal miles of cable S fed via special gantry from tank house to the cable- laying ship Monarch on Erith, Kent, m readiness r for her departure to )a> r the first deep-sea section of the trans-Atlantic tele- phone cable

BASIC TRUTH [ARTICLE]

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BASIC TRUTH BASIC truth of the week is uncovered by Mr Joseph Dargent who is a sort of travelling Ambassador for the Rheims champagne industry. "No Government", Mr. Dargent says "could survive without champagne. Champagne m the throat of our diplomatic people is like on m the wheels of an

BONN WANTS A-CANNON [ARTICLE]

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BONN WANTS A-CANNON WEST Germany Ls negotiating with America for the "loan" of nuclear weapons to train the new German army. Specifically, tlie Germans are interested m the U.S. 280-millemeter atomic cannon the "*°nest John" rocket and the Wac Corporal guided missile. The Germans argue that the recent NATO air

HE WON £2,000 FOR LOST WIFE [ARTICLE]

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HE WON £2,000 FOR LOST WIFE Will she turn him out of home? COWARD FREDERICK fr JOHNSON. awarded E2 000 damages against a life-long friend who enticed tils wife from him, i.s wondering: will my wile now turn me out of my home? For the wife, dark-haired '-year-Old Mrs Eileen

Sleep drug kills woman hospital patient [ARTICLE]

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Sleep drug kills woman hospital patient THE treatment she received at a mental hospital killed thirty-nine-year-old Mrs Olive Winifred Fisher. Her trouble started two years ago— she could not stand stiH or sleep. She went into Hollymoor Hospital, Birmingham. Mrs Fisher was treated with electric shock and drugs for agitated

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picture. Mr. Johnson (left) with Mrs. Pollard and her son George (centre) after leav- ing iuui i. Popper

It ELL RINGS—WOMAN DIES [ARTICLE]

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It ELL RINGS— WOMAN DIES A door befl was rung at a Hat In South Owe BUM. South Grove. Highgate. and a gas explosion ,Jn«J« *"J Vt 63-year-old widow Mrs. Marjorie Lotthiem and Injured three children. It is believed a spark from the bell circuit may have

Ex-police chief fined £20 [ARTICLE]

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Ex-police chief fined £20 A £20 fine and a year's driving ban were imposed at Plympton, Devon, on George Sidney Lowe, ex-chief constable, of, Plymouth and Sheffield, for driving a car while influenced by drink. Lowe who Ls 62. and retired eight years ago, said he had been celebrating Independence

PLANE HE BUILT IN GARDEN IS WAITING TO FLY [ARTICLE]

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PLANE HE BUILT IN GARDEN IS WAITING TO FLY IUN'E ORD-HUME. a*e^d 23. banded her 23-year-old husband .Arthur his tools oik* day last week to mush building the plane thai stands In the buck garden. Tho plane, .1 .ingle- «t»ter with ■»tt. wing .span. |uM fits between the apple treei

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ROUND ABOUT SINGAPORE with Oswald Henry and his camera ON SATURDAY NIGHT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ROUND ABOUT SINGAPORE with Oswald Henry and his camera ON SATURDAY NIGHT NEW ARRIVAL (ABOVE); In thoughtful mood— and, perhaps, a trifle sad— as he occupies the place of honour at Saturday's farewell dinner Riven to him by Mr. and Mrs. Tan Chin Tuan. is the Corjimissioner-Gencral, Mr. Malcolm Mac

BACK IN S'PORE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BACK IN S'PORE (ABOVE): To celebrate their return to Singapore after seven months' leave abroad. Acting Controller of Posts, Mr. H. M. Rose .Mid his charming wife Ann kept a "dinner-date' at a Singapore hotel on Saturday night. Mr. Kose came here two years ago from East Africa. (RIGHT): A

Woman boosts Reno in Britain [ARTICLE]

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Woman boosts Reno in Britain "THE White Cliff* Ol Dover are attracting divorced people like the White desert .sands ol Reno It starts with a advertisement like this m a Belgian newspaper: I DIVORCES j Kemarie/ vs en 17 jours. mar. rmcenne en iteiciq. Nomto. refer. I'rix ss eene. Beas.

Is your husband a dead loss on romance? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Is your husband a dead loss on romance? ROBERT PITMAN Says **********111 l lIIH For the woman iv ho m von Ird "IT* marriage brought no sentiment. but romance made her fortune. IS YOUR husband hopelessly stolid, hopelessly unsentimental? Have those dreams ol romance been squashed flat by the dullness

Where the virus IS KING [ARTICLE]

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Where the virus IS KING rpHE VIRUS is king m a A laboratory m California where scientists seek answers to its tantalizing secret. Viruses cause a host of diseaseshuman, animal and plant. One variety puts hundreds of children and adults to bed for from 24 hours to several weeks, suffering

If you feel giddy... [ARTICLE]

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If you feel giddy... by the SINGAPORE DOCTOR IVE talk about giddiness when I person has the feeling of toeing the stability of his body m respect to his surroundings. The sense ol balance depends upon the impressions which the brain receives from the sense organs: the eyes, ears, nose

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picture. NORMAN HARTNELL, the Queen's dressmaker, sprang a bit of a bombshell on the fashion world with the news that he has started designing fashion jewelry. Here Mrs. Claude St. Cyr shows off a Hartnell Josephine-style aquamarlne-and-diamond necklace, with matching chandelier earrings, plus a bracelet of aquamarines, rubies and diamonds.

So tired of waiting [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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So tired of waiting pic- tun-. j riALI'KI champion Sok-« kara Sindebab of)^ Shammer Rives a bored-a yawn as he waits Sokkara Sabra of Sham-?/ ft mer for judßinj- at the tt Saluki or (ia/ette llound><> Cl üb's <>P**n sbou *t« tela m pton Polo/, Grounds. Reuter

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FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! DOROTHY WHIPPLE hfl A famous author, a 13-year-old boy, and a packet of blue matches with yellow tips pose today's problem FACT or THE answer to yesterday's "Did It Happen*' story— "MY FIRST SECRET AGENT"— is NO, it did not happen. IT WAS m Brittany that I

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TO CAPTURE THE HEART [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TO CAPTURE THE HEART picture. HERE'S an evening gown to capture every S feminine heart. It is of crystal-embroidered < white tulle, with a fox-trimmed jacket worn here a at a London fashion show by model Lana..— Reuter

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand NOPTH *A b "V I 9 S 6 5 3 CA h 4 4 J 10 WEST EAST *gj 10 9 K4 fj 7 CyQ J 4 2 0 j is s s a 0 N 1054, when the American team won the World Cham pi on Rliip

Women are tops in fashion here [ARTICLE]

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Women are tops in fashion here EILEEN ASCROFT SllfJS THREE cheers for the designing women of Home. How strange It La that Ln Paris Lead! designers are men and m London theic is not one woman among Britain's TOP Twelv. Rut m Rome it is a <li fT ent stoi

CHURCH TELLS GIRLS: DON'T WEAR SHORTS [ARTICLE]

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CHURCH TELLS GIRLS: DON'T WEAR SHORTS HPS.. (;reek Church has beI im, a bitter struggle against modern feminine fashions such as shorts which, it claims "promote debaui herv and immorally." hi a lengthy rn< vcliral to all (ireek parish priests the Ilolv svn n d 'supreme religious hnri\ m that

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DID IT HAPPEN? The answer, will br given tomorrow

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IDLENESS is a FINE ART in Spain [ARTICLE]

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IDLENESS is a FINE ART in Spain JOHN CULMER by A CARRY-OVER FROM the PAST? VOWHBRE m thr WestA^ I'm world can the gentle art of doing Absolutely nothing have n refined to the perfection it ha.s reached m Spain, where ldiene. m distinct irom mere 1.1/1--5, is practised with

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To have nothing whatever to do is a luxury every Spaniard can afford, and he indulges his taste for idleness with a singleness of purpose which to the average active foreigner is maddeningly imonipn-

TRACK OF A TERRIER [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TRACK OF A TERRIER pictures. THK Convair Terrier, one of the newest of the U.S. Navy's anti-aircraft guided missiles, leaves a trail of flame as It is launched from the deck of the converted battleship Mississippi, during manoeuvres off the Atlantic Coast. The rocket propelled, supersonic Terrier, destined to search

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SHEEtt NORTH, the -wiggle' girl who has taken the place of Marilyn Monroe at a Hollywood studio, ohliges a Chinese fan with her autograph and thus lives up to the title of the film ''How to be *#cry, very popular which she is making. Mia* Monroe was originally starred io

THIS PALACE WILL STRESS A FOURTH DIMENSION [ARTICLE]

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THIS PALACE WILL STRESS A FOURTH DIMENSION rrU.F.VISION will be the 1 keynote of what Ls believed to be the world's largest offtee building, the Palace mi Progress, t<> be completed abo v c New York's Pennsylvania Railroad Station > n 19.V1 According to Hollywood archlteeti the *;3o million (9SSS,aM,tN)

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mttwmKL mmmm m I*l 'I ■t— -^—r— r* ii I 888 i IS CLI'KS AC'KOSS 6 That i s briefly around sun up 1 J^rtSjfSSl 7TS? at the 3 Honfe" partly composed of a cocKtail paitj io 6; wilder animal 8; 7 Soldiers m imprisonment (7i. a 0 A French

STARS are in short supply [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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STARS are in short supply FILMLAND FACES NEW CRISIS America is suffering from a famine. There aren't enough guys and dolls to go round in the entertainment business. When British prodttcef Robert Nesbitt was hired to stage the new floorshow at a Las Vegas hotel, he discovered a staggering tiling.

The girl friend waits for fame [ARTICLE]

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The girl friend waits for fame m new york and London "The Hoy Friend" is a smiish-hit. Next month a new Sandy Wilson musical 'The Buccaneer" opens m London. Playing th€ Oirl Friend In thai production is 22-year-old unknown Sally Ha/ely. To her could come the overnight fame which The.

KIM WANTS TO BE THE BEST ACTRESS SHE CAN LEARN TO BE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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KIM WANTS TO BE THE BEST ACTRESS SHE CAN LEARN TO BE Michael Ruddy mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmm SHOW TALK BY 'PHE Hollywood Threat System is working again propelling its latest blonde, Kirn Novak, m the star direction. The Threat System is the Hollywood method of disciplining wayward artists. In this way

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k MACKESON'S jp, MILK STOUT |^p§§^ banishes tiredness gives you ip^ll^W fresh life and energy JOHN LITTLE (Malaya) LTD. SINGAPORE KUALA LUMPUR PENANG

MALAYA CUP FINAL IN PICTURES [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CUP FINAL IN PICTURES It was a great game IT was a great cup final on Satuiday and tin* honour for making it one goes to defeated, but lionhearted Kelantan. Singapore did not expect such stilt* opposition from th c "Cinderella" team from the East Coa*t who were playing

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lOP; The victorious Singapore team after they won the Cup. LEFT: The Governor of Singapore, Sir Kobert Black is introduced to the Singapore team. He is shaking hands with Rahim Omai

HORSESHOE FOR LUCK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HORSESHOE FOR LUCK LAN MeCULLOCH (I) Rives Ivan Vass. the Sinn captain with a' horseshoe— for lurk. LIFT: lady buck presents th? cup to Vass. m

LEADING TRAINERS, JOCKEYS [ARTICLE]

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LEADING TRAINERS, JOCKEYS I I DING M oners and j<h kov.-; liter tht* Pensni tmet* are: JOCUYI 1 a lad 3rd Unpid Geyer 5 2 1 11 f t'oug 5 114 801 l 3 3 1 11) Mawi 3 o o n Hudson 2 4 5 G Itmi^oure 2 4

PENANG BIG RACE FINISHES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PENANG BIG RACE FINISHES PICTURES. ENJOYMENT II (BELL) UNDER THE WHIP BEATS AMUSEMENT II IN THE CL. 1, DIV. I—6F. EVENT AT PENANG ON SATURDAY RIGHT: THE (.OLD CUP WINNER ZABAGLIONE (MAWI) GALLOPS HOME TO WIN BY HALF A LENGTH. FREE PRESS

Spartak get their revenge [ARTICLE]

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Spartak get their revenge F>USSIA'S Sparta k soccer i team inflicted a 3-0 den Wolverhampton Wanat the Dynamo Stadium, *v yesterday, avenging a 0 win by the Wolves m land last November. In a tense, exciting but same, Spartak took the ttife from the start bea capacity crowd of .'.0,000

Easy victory for Changi [ARTICLE]

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Easy victory for Changi Changi "B" beat RAP Tenbj hve wickets m an SC** nior tournament cricket fixture ngah yesterday. 'h 111-7 dccl. (Piatt 51 no.. 18, Monk 15 Hodgson 4-34. -dom 2-2.0). Changi 113-5 n 45 no.. PicketL 22. Ro--30) pore lass CC. beat CA by 30 runs. 76

Art Larsen wins singles [ARTICLE]

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Art Larsen wins singles ART LARSEN (U.S.) won the men's singles at Hamburg when he beat Vladimir Skonecki the former Polish playev, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5. 6-8 6-3. It was a keen two-hour battle apart from a brief interruption because of rain during the first set Larsen's allround technique Ju*:t carried

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picture MR T. II MENZIES leads m Zabaglione (Mawi) after his Geld i up triumph. Free Press

S'PORE SELECTION TEAM TODAY [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE SELECTION TEAM TODAY Harith will captain a Singapore Selection against Kelantan at Jalan Besar stadium at 8 p.m. today. The team will be chosen from: Arshad. Skinner, Arlffin, Kok Cheng Kirn B^ng. Ra&hid Gimai. Harith' Boon Khim, Radin All Arthur' Koh. Tahlr. Ifclai-taPpan. Kee Sen*,' Kok Peow. Hahim Minbat

S.B.A. JUNIOR MEET [ARTICLE]

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S.B.A. JUNIOR MEET Closini' date for tntrie for the Singapore js.a. Junior Inter-club ursday.

FIRST DEFEAT FOR SOUTH CHINA TEAM [ARTICLE]

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FIRST DEFEAT FOR SOUTH CHINA TEAM |OUIB China Football Club red their first defeat ae.s on their Au.an tour when they w err beaten by three goals to two Queeng land at Ipswich yc-U._-c.ay. With the exception ol i players, the South C team was the sanv beat Australia by

FRANCE BEAT N.Z. [ARTICLE]

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FRANCE BEAT N.Z. bj 1 \'J pOlni mm I• ball tin* vi Au< <-

Zabaglione gave Menzies second Gold Cup after twenty years [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Zabaglione gave Menzies second Gold Cup after twenty years REE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENI A Pm two decades, Mr. T. 11. Menzies won his second Penang Ciold (up with his four-year-old EnfUsh feMlllg Zahaglione at Penang on Saturday, concluding day of the August Bank Holiday Meeting. Mr. Menzies first won the

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OCEAN PARK HOTEL'S il FAMOUS QUINTET Ace Hand of Singapore II MISS SALOMA ii Urn Malay "Marilyn Mon; oOo Ring ***** for Lable I RoMn atioM

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S.B.A. MEETING The 'Singapore Badminton nations management comn wil] hold an.' U»< B ton Hall on Fridaj »< «00 l» m

WE CAN BEAT ENGLANDTOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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WE CAN BEAT ENGLANDTOMORROW LAN JOHNSON RETURNS HOME FROM WEST INDIES AND SAYS: Aussie batting is a strong point T*HS Australian Test team hack from its successful West Indies tour, is confident of regaining the Ashes from England next year. Lan Johnson, tha 36-year-old Australian captain, said when he landed:

THEY FELL OUT... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THEY FELL OUT... 5 CYED Shalf Shah, heavy 5 E O weight champion of Pakis- z Z tan made an impressivr debut E at the Happy World arena on z E Saturday night when he gut z Z the better of the argument against the heavyweight eham- _j E pion

Chataway gets in the news [ARTICLE]

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Chataway gets in the news /'IIKIS CHATAWAY, the Vy British international runner and holder of the world three-mile record, is going into commercial television m London next month. He will prepare and read news bulletins. "I shall not be concerned with any sports programme, nor will I have anything to

S'PORE B.A. JUNIOR MEET RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE B.A. JUNIOR MEET RESULTS Results m the Bingapore Badminton As loctatton'i junior championehlp tout namenl al the Badminton Hall over the weekend sre: SATURDAY. Men's single*: (second round) t bn Beng Chong i>t C '«>\\ Qeok Buan i I, 17-14; Koh Beng Chiang bt Chow Khye Lock 15-10 15-6;

When North got going, South were out [ARTICLE]

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When North got going, South were out NORTH, alter trailing 2-0 at the interval m their annual Football Association of Malaya trophy match at Jalan Besar yesterday, sprang Into action to outclass South by four goals to two. South settled down quickly. They peppered the North goal with shots and

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