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The Singapore Free Press, 9 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya i 1331. Singapore. Tups., Ail*. ?>. If).').'.. Price ISCU.

300 KOREA DRUNKS ATTACK ISLE [ARTICLE]

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300 KOREA DRUNKS ATTACK ISLE Trouble spots SOUTH Korean war veterans failed early today to storm Wolmi Island off Inchon and overrun the bilhousine the neutral nations' inspectors. One group of about 300 were, according to the Eighth Army obviously drunk." lean guards used fire hoses and tear gas to

$1 ,600 THEFT [ARTICLE]

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$1 ,600 THEFT tank-washing machinrth $1,600 weie stolen tanker anchored off i Bukom y sterday.

Atom only can keep the world going [ARTICLE]

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Atom only can keep the world going THE atom will have to supply man with his light, heat and means of propulsion within the next 45 years or the world will become immobilised through lack of power, the world's scientists prophesied m Geneva yesterday. Experts from 14 countries dwelt on

Defect in Valiant [ARTICLE]

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Defect in Valiant THE R.A.F. Jet Valiant bomber cut 21 mlnutea Ofl the two-year-old record nt the Singanore-Darwin run y.sterday. but was then deed temporarily unserviceable. The big British plane wa> clocked m only 4 hours and 3 mlnutea for the 2,095-mile flight The previous record wis set by ra

U.S. CLEARS AIR ON CHINA DEAL [ARTICLE]

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U.S. CLEARS AIR ON CHINA DEAL PHE United States has made it tfcear that it will make no other deals with Communist China m the China-1 S. negotiations at Geneva, until Peking starts to free 41 detained Americans. A special joint announcement, issued after yesterday's talks at the Instigation of

New ruse to woo Chinese [ARTICLE]

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New ruse to woo Chinese PEKING Radio has disclosed a new attempt by China to woo overseas Chinese to the Communist regime. The broadcast said that under new regulations, land free of charge or at a very low fee would be made available to Chinese residents abroad to inve.st m

TIN MEN STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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TIN MEN STRIKE 200 stop work after 24-hour notice rpwo HUNDRED tinsmiths employed by sown Chinese firms went on strike m Singapore this morning. The strikers-members of the Singapore Factory and Shop Workers' Union gave the firms 24-hours* notice yesterday to settle their claims when negotiations ended In i deadlock

Robbed man was bound and gagged [ARTICLE]

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Robbed man was bound and gagged MR C. H. Toussaint, labour supervisor at the Naval Base, wa., bound ai ga hy three armed Chinese and forced to hand over the ife at m:- on Road, N ek-end. The robbera mad $1 100 In ca h I I Mr. 1 f

RUBBER UP [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER UP Singapore Rubber Market opened on an uncertaln note thla morning with flrst grad( A I hip menl U i above yesterday a cJ

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»'^^«^^^^i_________B^^^^ i i afc^ i Jjjglljjjjfl^fl_B_e_s~ss-^----1 Men m the public eye prefer 1 B RYLCREEM 1 The c'cau, i<x>k what every nrnW 4 t_m m Wl m^ m vant 'hat's why more m-n use Hrvcreem r^'i™_r^' an ,m otncr hairdressing m the world. Sector yourscli how Brv crecm keeps your

THE REDS—ASIA'S ENEMY No. 1 [ARTICLE]

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THE REDS— ASIA'S ENEMY No. 1 'Colonialism /be dead nations can H believe it WALTER B. ROBERTSON, Assistant Seeret-.rv State for Far Eastern Affairs. said f Washington yesterday that it was hard for the leaden of South-East Asia to realise their old foe— -colonialism was dead and that they now

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Saigon. The general is paying a return visit to Air Marshal Sir Francis Fressanges. F-in-C, Far East Air Force, rinht. He is expected to stay m the Colony until tomorrow. (.1 M KM. lIFNRI ARCHAIMBAULT, Com-mander-in-Chief. French Air Force, Far East, inspecting an R.A.F. guard-of-honour at Changi Station yesterday on

POLICE HURT IN CLASH WITH STRIKERS [ARTICLE]

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POLICE HURT IN CLASH WITH STRIKERS I>OLICE clashed with striking harbour workers briefly m Amsterdam, Holland, yesterday. Police headquarters said five policemen and several strikers were injured m the first violence m the Communistled labour stoppage. The clash occurred when 2,000 dockers demonstrated outside the headquarters of the Socialist Dockworkers'

FEWER JOBLESS [ARTICLE]

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FEWER JOBLESS Fewer Britons were out of work last month than at any time since 1932, the Ministry of Labour reported yesterday. The number of jobless was 185,000. Reuter

Gems missing from dead [ARTICLE]

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Gems missing from dead JERUSALEM police and re presentatives of El-Al Israel Airlines charged yesterday that many valuable possessions of victims of th" Bulgarian air crash were missing when the sack of possessions wa.s opened after shipment from Bulgaria. Police said the total value of the contents of the sack

India moves to crush Naga rebels [ARTICLE]

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India moves to crush Naga rebels INDIAN air force planes yesterday began parachuting food and medicines to troops and armed police who are moving against rebellious Naga tribesmen in thick jungles north and east of Assam. Calcutta officials said that the Naga National Council is engineering the insurgence in support

Foreign cars lead [ARTICLE]

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Foreign cars lead Led by West German Volkswagen, sales of foreign cars m the United States so far this year have far outpaced the rise m sales of American cars, the Journal of Commerce reported m New York yesterday. A.P.

'ADMIT CHINA TO UN' PLEA BY CEYLON [ARTICLE]

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'ADMIT CHINA TO UN' PLEA BY CEYLON EMBASSADOR R. S. Gunewardene of Ceylon yesterday called for admission of Red China to the United Nations, declaring that this would "help greatly to relieve the current tension m the Far East." "Asian nations can play a useful role through their good offices

Gaza truce talks [ARTICLE]

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Gaza truce talks Egyptian and Israeli representatives yesterday held a seven-hour meeting to discuss security measures on the truce line marking the Gaza area

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The Singapore, Chinese and Indian Chambers of Commerce last night gave a farewell cocktail party to the Commissioner General, Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald, at the Raffles Hotel. Picture shows (near the microphone) Mr. D. T. As- somull, the Indian president. Mr. Ko Teck Kin, the Chinese president, Mr. MacDonald, and

'No at mass welcome, please' say airmen [ARTICLE]

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'No at mass welcome, please' say airmen THE United States Air Force yesterday ruled out a mass welcome on the West Coast for the 11 fliers returning from Chinese prisons. In keeping with the wishes of the men themselves, they will b<- flown to the airports nearest their home, to

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Marshall plans mammoth farewell [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Marshall plans mammoth farewell VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE lii jiHE Chiel Minister, Mr. E J David Marshall, will E E give a mammoth farewell _z t i party for the Com- E missioner General, Mr. E ;olm Mac Donald. on E padang on August 27. E E Invitations are to be W

Took death money charge [ARTICLE]

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Took death money charge JOSEPH YUEN, a Chinese employee of the U.S. consulate In Hong Kong, was charged yesterday In police court with extorting money from dependents of U.S. servicemen killed m the war. it was charged that Yuen, a clerk m the notarial section Ol the consulate, along with

No-potatoes row [ARTICLE]

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No-potatoes row A shortage of potatoes m East Germany caused a crowd to manhandle Communist police at nearby Potsdam -Ba- j belsburg on Saturday

Shot between eyes -and he tires [ARTICLE]

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Shot between eyes -and he tires JOHANNESBURG doctors J said yesterday that Piet ►ena, a young African, is tan m a million— a man will survive being shot •••■ll The eyes Mabena walked along the street on Sunday night fired a revolver a' him. The bullet entered back of the

ATOMS-FOR-PEACE AWARDS BY FORD [ARTICLE]

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ATOMS-FOR-PEACE AWARDS BY FORD AMERICA'S mammoth Ford Motor Company is to establish a $3,000,000 "Nobeltype" fund as an annual international "atoms-for-peaee award." it wa.s announced m Geneva yesterday. Admiral Lewis Strauss, chairman of the UN. Atomic Energy Commission, told a news conference the award will be open to the world's

'MRS.'BECAME, 'MR.'-BUT NOT A FATHER [ARTICLE]

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'MRS.' BECAME, 'MR.'-BUT NOT A FATHER DR. MUNAWAR ALI, presi-dent-elect of the Pakisi tan Medical Association, on a j two-month tour of American medical institutions, has des- 1 I cribed the first successful sex i transformation of a woman j by plastic surgery. Dr. Ali said his patient lived as

Moon satellite the next step? [ARTICLE]

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Moon satellite the next step? IM OiniVllOV I Y411W4.1 nuns F EADERS of the I.S. earth satellite project said m Washington, yesterday that after the satellite is sent spinning around the globe, the next step might be to try to make one go round the moon. Three of the top

Britain to press for compensation [ARTICLE]

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Britain to press for compensation Britain will continue to press Bulgaria to pay full comI pen.sation for lots of life and I property involved m the shootinp, down of an Israeli civil airliner over Bulgarian territory last month, according to diplomatic quarters m London. Reuter

BLOOD BANK RESERVES BELOW PAR [ARTICLE]

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BLOOD BANK RESERVES BELOW PAR (SINGAPORE'S blood bank ls kJ dow:: to 84 lla.sk.s thLs •k tributors during July numbered 730. in* 401 new donor:. There a 265 Chinese, 87 Indians. ».i Malay 57 Eurasians an I io unidentified donors among the city'.s racial uroujxs The number of tran.sfu ion*

Library of Wales [ARTICLE]

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Library of Wales The Queen opened yesterday at Aberyswyth. Wales, the new home of the National Library of Wales containing 1.500.000 books and 30.00() manuscripts on Wel.sh life. Reuter

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, August 9, 1955. Opinon RED CHINA'S CLAIM [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press TUESDAY, August 9, 195 5. Opinon RED CHINA'S CLAIM |>EKING has informed 1 the (Jolted States that; it considers all Chinese nationals m America are liable to repatriation, according to New; Delhi Informed source i commenting upon the 1 Com m v nist ChinaUnited States talks

GOA CRISIS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GOA CRISIS Die announced intention of 100,000 Indian demonstrators to inarch into Goa on Aug. 15 may result m bloodshed and the eruption of violence on a dangerous scale The inv_.~n programme of sending small sands of demonstrators into Portuguese India to demand its merger with their country has to

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OFFICERS QUIT OVER GRANTS FOR SCHOOLING [ARTICLE]

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OFFICERS QUIT OVER GRANTS FOR SCHOOLING i I/THOUGH local authorities m Britten, have power A by law to make education grants to send children ol service men to boarding school, the Treasury h is sm far refused to sanction them. Such a grant would prevent a child's (duration ing interrupted

Wedding receptions wreck marriages [ARTICLE]

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Wedding receptions wreck marriages DOCTOR WARNS E p the traditional wed- E 1 ding reception were E rr< placed by a party E AFTER THE HONEY- MOON fewer marriages E would have their early E E years haunted by the E E spectre of a honeymoon that went wrong. This

Forest officer to wed soon [ARTICLE]

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Forest officer to wed soon The wedding will take ln Kuala Lumpur on August 27 of Mr. Anthony Beveridge. District Forest Officer, Johore Bahru, and Miss Mary Macky, daughter of Mrs Macky and the late Dr. K. S Macky, of Auckland, New Zealand. Miss Macky is expected to arrive from

Going on holiday [ARTICLE]

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Going on holiday Mr. J Edlngton, of Kulai Besar Estate, Johore, and Mrs. Edlngton go on leave to Britain on Sunday. Mr. Edington captained the Johore rugby team m the past two years.

Found hanging [ARTICLE]

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Found hanging Foo Sin. 55. who was yesterday found hanging m new village of Layang Layang. is believed to have committed suicide.

THE SERGEANT-MAJOR'S WIFE SLAPPED CORPORAL'S FACE [ARTICLE]

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THE SERGEANT-MAJOR'S WIFE SLAPPED CORPORAL'S FACE A SERGEANT-MAJOR S wife mu y .sometimes a.sk a lance-corporal's wife to buy this or that for her. But when she slaps the lancecorporal on the fare other people may hear aJymt In court at Whitehill, Hants the slap was called assault and battery.

Frogmen in Singapore [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Frogmen in Singapore picture. WATCHED by deeply engrossed children. thre c frogmen prepare their rubber undcr-water apparatus for a display m a swimming pool at Nelson House. Singapore. The display was one of j the highlights at a garden fete held at the official residence of the Flag Officer,' Malayan

'Marry me' said pilot at 10,000 ft. [ARTICLE]

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'Marry me' said pilot at 10,000 ft. AND SHE YELLED 'YES' THE two-seater plane was 10,000 feet up and crossing the Alps when the pilot shouted to his passenger: "Will you marry me?" There was a pause. Then, above the roar of the engine, she yelled: "Yes." That is how

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MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil tevis |^p??! i CAN'T WAIT TO ll X THIS 'S V^ A G n^ E r 5 E SO LONG. USING FURIOUS.' THEY'LL J l/J M^ I R°** t«dav „>,, I vV r S T S u a ,Ef, sJr A^ m i EL

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON. All*. 8. Previous Today iMlU'.FK No. 1 FSS c.i.f. European \i :k buyers 41 i btntn 'l',,rts August ..43 NDn 42 hQri riltltlR No. 1 RSS ci.f. European 42 buyers 41 T buyer.s *l',,rt> >epU*mbex ..43 sellers 42' H sellers IM KKi:K So. 1 RSS Spot

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK, Aug. 8. Previous Today Ihi Straits spot and nearby 97.25 nom. 97.00 n<>m. Ihi tutmrtt August 9G.10 bid 95.75 bid 97.10 asked 96.75 asked September 94.35 bid 94.00 bid 95.60 asked 95.00 asked October 94.10 bid 93.75 bid 95.20 asked 94.75 asked TONE: Quiet. SALES:

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar and awaiting release 14. Afloats 44 to 43 \k First half 43 V4. Sarawak spot and t waiting release 40. Afloats 38 1 First half August 38. August 37 >_. Lsmpong spot and awaiting release 44. Afloats 44 to 43 1 First half August 42'_. Sellers

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES Previous Today SI K.iilroa-ds 456.40 454.05 !0 Industrials 155.00 lr>3.56 M Domestic Bonds 99 34 99.31 1-I-, Itilities 66.25 66.20 64 Minks omposite Average 164.85 163.94

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Previous Today fOPEA Philippines c.i.f. I T K North I iropeaii delivered weight per Inn* (on \u)?. Sept. WJ'o sellers $175 nom. OPR.\ Philippines f.o.b. Manila In bulk, per ton Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Straits r.i.f. IK North iiropcan delivered weight per km| ton AiiR./Sept. Mitt buyers

10,000 more to join Singapore T.U.C. [ARTICLE]

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10,000 more to join Singapore T.U.C. WATERIRO.YT UNIONS WANT MERGER SINGAPORE waterfront unions with membership ot more than 10,000 have asked the Trade Union Congress to jet up a sj< section to deal with tin ir problems and eventual fusion of all the 14 unions into one body. Mr. a.

Drivers' union officials [ARTICLE]

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Drivers' union officials Mr. M. Ramasamy has been elected president of the Penang and Province Wellesley Indian Drivers' Union. Mr. R. Kalimuthu is the new secretary and Mr. T. Ramaiyah treasurer.

OH, GIRLS! WHAT A SHAME [ARTICLE]

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OH, GIRLS! WHAT A SHAME WIMBLEDON. Fashionable parents applauded. SchoolgirLs cheered. Pretty Diane Barlow received the coveted Aberdare Cup. Diane, as captain, received it on behalf of Queenswood School. It carried the title of England's Top Tennis School. Then came speeches of congratulation and at night there was a big

S'pore teachers wed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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S 'pore teachers wed picture. ME. TAN BWH HOCK and Miss Agnes Won* l,okc lian, Singapore schoolteachers, were married at St. Andrew 1 Cathedral. Singapore, at the week end. Here they are seen cutting the wedding cake. Free Press

KISS ANGERS VILLAGE [ARTICLE]

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KISS ANGERS VILLAGE A NN RIDLEY, aged 19, blonde and pretty m a bright summer frock, waited by the kissing stone for two hours She waited for a traditional kiss— and a traditional golden sovereign. But the kiss she wantedand the sovereign— were bestowed instead on 40- j. ear-old Miss

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CROCKFORD: "Father of Hell & Hazard" [ARTICLE]

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CROCKFORD: "Father of Hell Hazard" H. E. BLYTH by IMif of DM n who i i i- the tter Mi b( < n dependent on two things then «wn In mitable ambit lon a fact that they wen born into the right era for their particular gift it was thui

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plClUi' ITS these dofi days we*vj been having. m, K h r make anyone dop-tin" Don't anyone dare s»j ••Cats'*. Popper

THE WORLD'S STRANGEST STORIES [ARTICLE]

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THE WORLD'S STRANGEST STORIES pared by Bust* most famoo-Thirty-thn employ, d. "all d richest livery ai I polite The hazard roon ll m the evenini presided over I himself, seated at m the corner and every waryins Play. My Lords Beftoi Chesterfield. Ti Gianville were most ardent gambler is on

A Tartar princess says: He was cruel [ARTICLE]

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A Tartar princess says: He was cruel 4 FORMER Tartar prinA cess, exiled as a child by the Russian revolution, w aa granted a divorce m London, from an ex-Polish Army captain— "a man of middle-class origin." "The wife had to put up with a man of domineering character who

RECTOR AND BRITISH LEGION MAKE IT UP [ARTICLE]

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RECTOR AND BRITISH LEGION MAKE IT UP Handshakes ail round mi have ended a dispute between the Rev. Richard rookahank, rector of Bere Perren, Devon, and British <>n members who wanted to "sack" him as their padre. Mr. Crookshank criticised m his parish magazine the siting of Binyon's lines Hiey

Boy falls 25ft. [ARTICLE]

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Boy falls 25ft. Six-year-old Thomas Bara fell 25ft. from a railway bridge m Savernake road, nampetead— and landed m from m live rail He went hospital with a cut arm.

A MARRIAGE WRECKER THAT'S MOTHER [ARTICLE]

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A MARRIAGE WRECKER THA T'S MOTHER mm m **ml* ttt'rt' li«>s I In- hla in.' far bmtn'ii limiii's. siii/s i10v10r.... THAT oldest of musir--1 hall jokes— about the mother-in-law is no fiction. And this is why, says Dr. Reginald Bennett, a psychiatrist and an M.P.: Nearly every mother secretly wants

Duchess of Kent and children see Crazy Gang [ARTICLE]

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Duchess of Kent and children see Crazy Gang The Duchess of Kent and her children the Duke of Kent, Prince Michael and Princess Alexandra arriving at the Victoria Palace Thgatre to see the Crazy Ganjj m "Jokers Wild." The show, which the Durness had seen before, was m part to

Why stop this man driving? [ARTICLE]

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Why stop this man driving AMO'IORIST overcome by drink turned his car into I a side road and stopped That was a "special ren.son" not to btn him from driving, the North London magistrate, Mr. Seymour Collins, decided i ife said: It i.^> important thai people In charge of cars,

Canaries for hire [ARTICLE]

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Canaries for hire Card m a Nottingham pet Shop reads: Hum: the sunshine into your home with singing canary on hire purchaae Bird and cage, it M peak

Cyclist pushed -£400 goes [ARTICLE]

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Cyclist pushed -£400 goes Two men pushed a messenger off his bicycle as he left toil fEasexj town hall a id .snatched a bag containing £400 intended for the bank Th<- thieves abandoned a car near by, then vanished. Police set up blocks on main 1 i>tiCi_i

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WORLD NEW IN PICTURES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WORLD NEW IN PICTURES ABOVE: Space travel has been brought nearer by the Washington announcement that m about two years' time American scientists are to launch unmanned satellites which will circle the earth about 250 miles up. Picture above shows what the experiment may lead to. It is from a

Challenge to Singapore Girls A 17½inch WAIST [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Challenge to Singapore Girls A 17 ½inch WAIST Anne Sharpley By A WAISTLINE OF 17/2 IN. NEEDS AN ATTITUDE OF MIND, SAYS MISS WEERAKOON, A BEAUTY FROM CEYLON WHO IS NOW IN LONDON. Can you beat it? WAISTS are not what they were, competition having moved elsewhere but even today

GOODWOOD'S NINTH DUKE TRANSFORMS THE PLACE [ARTICLE]

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GOODWOOD'S NINTH DUKE TRANSFORMS THE PLACE And makes country seat pay its own way By A Special Correspondent TO most people Goodwood means just one thing: racing. But this is only one part ol an enterprise which has succeeded m turning an old estate into a prosperous business concern. In

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Invitation from Indonesia [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Invitation from Indonesia SUNNY GIAM by IHIE Semarang Photo Club of Indonesia, has invited the Sinuapore Camera Club to send 25 pictures tor thenThird Annual Exhibition of Pictorial Photography to be held on Oct. 29 to 31. Similar invitations have been sent to Japan, lions Kong, the Federation and other

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rft and the Major who had v*. on the mat ab^ut our cv> tVCSa. "WELL, WELL— J it isnt oux CO. and

They want to give away treasures [ARTICLE]

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They want to give away treasures O. M. MARASHIAN fry |j*GYPT today is con*J fronted with a "desperate" problem unique among nations. It ha i so many treasures, and new piles of .surplus wealth are piling up at SUCh a rapid rate, 'hat it may be necessary to distribute the

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A MANSION FOR SALE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A MANSION FOR SALE FACT or FlCTlON— another famous author tells a talc to set you puzzling. WITH The Wooden Horse, Eric Williams quickly captured the public imagination m 1949. and such books as The Tunnel (1951) and The Escapers (1953) have helped him to hold it ever since. For

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BULLS ON THE WARPATH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Both sides vulnerable The bidding: NORTH CAST SOUTH WiST 1 9 Pass 1 4 P%m 1 h.t. Pass 3 4 P**» 4 4 All Pass TAUOHT my wife how to make some of the m<jfit common safety plays the other day," sudly announced an expert who shall be

He MET his fans in a bathing-wrap [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He MET his fans in a bathing-wrap f 1 ONDUCTOR Ouido CantelU stripped after _li conceit at the Festival Hall m London recently —and received Mr and Mr.s Attlee In a bathing wrap Thej arc fani Of his, and had to a ait out.side nil dratlng room while he changed.

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9n9 [20 j I I I CLUES ACBOSS 10 What seed men may Decome (7>. 7 Let clumsy aid come like this 11 The envoy loses nothing (4). (7 12 Measurei to sell (4). 8 Not evens and middles, evidently 13 Thls cap may be worn by the < 4

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EVERY MAN IN SPARTAK TEAM IS A TECHNICIAN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EVERY MAN IN SPARTAK TEAM IS A TECHNICIAN inta from the Hoi-, et_ imp. pnrt CT the;. PCTC Ittnl -p irlaft iri M %ii agreed h jurj r^en h*_terj h better teaai a ere m good form m ftlu bamll Urn tn» cci iq d to dm tlml n re

A warning on floodlit soccer [ARTICLE]

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A warning on floodlit soccer i 'A IR.-ifNfj ihout the /a -fl*-'*. of floodlit matbd on attendant^s wai IfVa here kf the preM-->nt of the F.ngtah Foot League, rvj, Oakley Be <aid a rreat factor tf i radni tion of attendances was 'the pros- titutior, of th* floodlit sysi yyy

Jack Cheetham is a contented man [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jack Cheetham is a contented man CHHTTfI \frican captain Jack Cheetham i> a contrn>i man. 8 R*a>on Not just the Te^t victory over England it Manchester, but the vindication cf hi- side and the happ. -pint that is among them. Wat hing Roy McLean knock up hi 151 la a

SIGNALS CLEAR FIRST HURDLE [ARTICLE]

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SIGNALS CLEAR FIRST HURDLE Royal Signal* made a I itart m the 5 AF A .uw '■om pet it ion when they e.w...Bukit Timah 3 1 at Jalaii 'he 7 p.m. game yesterdaj Norm .2) and Betterde^ for Signals and IfahtM f J Timah.

17 teams for cud soccer [ARTICLE]

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17 teams for cud soccer TMIE .SINGAPORE Government Football Association > nament has attracted and eight too teams. Tne teams are: Div. 1: M.R.N.V.R.. Woodbridse hero' Training C Public- Works Department. M A.A.F.. Medical and Health SC Marines A", Customs and Police Div. t: Marine B Soelnl Welfare. Land Office,

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Penalty puts Singapore in F.E.A.F. final [ARTICLE]

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Penalty puts Singapore in F.E.A.F. final IN a dour struggle at Seletar yesterday, KA Singapore were lucky to beat RAF Malaya m th< semi-final of the Far East Air Force inter-groui soccer competition, by one goal (a penalty) to nil. It was a game of missed chances, both side. 1

Surrey in bad way: Yorks 12pts. clear [ARTICLE]

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Surrey in bad way: Yorks 12pts. clear BRIAN CLOSE, THE YORKSHIRE ALL-ROUNDER, MARKED HIS RECALL TO THE ENGLAND TEST TEAM WITH A SPLENDID SPELL OF BOWLING WHICH EARNED HIM SIX WICKETS FOR 63 IN HELPING YORKSHIRE BEAT DERBYSHIRE BY AN INNINGS IN TWO DAYS. Yorkshire's win put them 12 points

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

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R.A.F. CHANGI SPORTS ROUND-UP Ralph Blakeman MEMBERS of the W.R..VI-. Changi netball team are (standing, from left): LACYf Dixie" Fardy. SACW Joyce Thompson. Cpl. Dorothy Wilmshurst and I.A< Rene Butler, and (seated, from left) Cpl. Anne Outsell, SACW Jennie Bere (with "Weeny," thr koala mastot) and Cpl. Val Bott.

SOCCER LEAGUES ARE STILL UNDECIDED [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER LEAGUES ARE STILL UNDECIDED SOCCER AGAIN STOLE THE LIMELIGHT IN THE CHANGI SPORTS PROGRAMME LAST WEEK. THE INTER-SECTION LEA GUE FIXTURES ARE WITHIN A FEW DAYS OF BEING COMPLETED AND INTEREST IS STILL MAINTAINED BY THE FACT THAT NEITHER OF THE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS HAS BEEN SETTLED. The Changi team

SPRINGBOKS IN DRAMATIC COLLAPSE [ARTICLE]

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SPRINGBOKS IN DRAMATIC COLLAPSE rnHE South African! collap* id 1 against Gloucestershire on the second day ol their thre< day crick* I match at Chelten ham. i' n?e Wicl without ftddiUi a at one stage. Their ia.^.l H a.' fell while only 21 runs were t>< ing added The South

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STAGE SHOW II IN ROUSING GALLOP AT BUKIT TIMAH [ARTICLE]

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STAGE SHOW II IN ROUSING GALLOP AT BUKIT TIMAH FREE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT STAGE SHOW ll with SheJden Geyer astride, put up ;i line performance Ml the training track at Bukit lini.ii this nornlng when he decked M> l S foi 3f. m a trvout with Hanker Boy. Stage show

TODAY'S SPORT [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S SPORT SOCCER S.A.F.A. League, 1: Corinthians v Police, .lala'n Besar; Junior Cup: Chinese Athletic v Kinta Hangers MFA ground Springdale V liarul Atiah, CYMA ground; Western' S.C. v Seletar F.C.. Farrer Park.

Kelantan earn draw [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan earn draw SINGAPORE "A" with a 3 1 lead after 50 minutes m their match against Kelantan at Jalan Besar last night, took things easy and were held to a draw, the equalising goal coming m the final 30 seconds Kelantan got the equalising goals with 10 men. Hassan

DRAW FOR S.R.A. SCHOOLS TOURNEY [ARTICLE]

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DRAW FOR S.R.A. SCHOOLS TOURNEY The draw for the first round ol I the Singapore Badminton Association's Inter-school championship Is: i ridav 9 a.m.: St. Andrew's V St. Thomas; Young Inst, v AngloChinese; Serangoon v Victoria Yellow). Sunday Ml pm.: Chun? Chen? "A" v Holy Innocents; Chun? Chen? \V v

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS 20 Word* $'i (minimum). i.. >wi ER: To Bally, s/lfe ol Dr. Bowler, Batu Oajah Ho pil tl oi. augu t 4th. 1965, a daughter, j i ibel ADCOCK: To Mary <nee Marks) i He b daughter Mai jarel Christine on 7th august at Bungsar Hospital. Both ueii. McALISTFK:

DEATHS [ARTICLE]

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DEATHS 20 Wonts St (minimum). V\\ lAI Mi. X .J. Pillai of BUPpliei De] irtment .lohore Bahru pa pea efullj on Sunday 1 7 th auau I i mori i

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 2« Hunts $0 (minimum). MRS X .J PILLAI ;mcl Children thank all Pri< nd end Relativas foi theii kind ittendance aeelstance md condoles on the occasion ot Mr. k J PlUai*s funeral. MB A MRS, CHKW CHIN JLN M mk all relatives end friends t<> theii kind attendance at

DRASTIC CHANGES TEST TEAM [ARTICLE]

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DRASTIC CHANGES TEST TEAM F ENGLAND yesterday made drastic changes m their Learn to meet South Africa m the decisive tilth and final cricket Test beginning at The Oval. London, on Saturday. With the serie.s level at two matches all, England have dropped seven of the side beaten m the

The Babe improves [ARTICLE]

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The Babe improves Hospital authorities at Galveston, Texas .s;iid that the c mention of Mrs. Babe Zaharis, the famed woman golfer and athlete, was satisfactory." she is under treatment "or cancer.— Reuter.

S.E.A. BOXING: HONG KONG SENDING 10 AND SIAM 4 [ARTICLE]

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S.E.A. BOXING: HONG KONG SENDING 10 AND SIAM 4 HONG KONG have nam d thro,- ot the ten amateur boxen they will be gend ng for the South Easl Ada I lurnament In Bii nom Aug 29 to Bept. 3 One of thorn La Henry Wong, who reached the lightweight

OLYMPIC CHAMPION FOR SINGAPORE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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OLYMPIC CHAMPION FOR SINGAPORE 808 MATHIAS of the United States, winner of the decathlon at the 1948 and 1952 Olympics will visit Singapore to give exhibitions next month. Mat In. is will be on a world tour sponsored by tht I.S I ite Department. His tour will take about three

PENG HAN OFF TO PENANG [ARTICLE]

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PENG HAN OFF TO PENANG SINGAPORE'S champion racing I motorist, Lim Peng Han will leave Singapore for Penang on Saturday on ins wajr to Colombo for the Cfeylon Motor Cycle Club's international meet on Aug 20 and 21 Peng Han will sail from Penanon Monday. He will compete aualnst top

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