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The Singapore Free Press, 10 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No Singapore. Wed.. Aug It, 19;>"». Prirr < hi

Old potatoes started row in S'pore trooper [ARTICLE]

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Old potatoes started row in S 'pore trooper POTATOES were the cause of most of the bother m the trooper. Empire Fowey carrying servicemen home from Hong Kong and Singapore. So said Commander D. G. Longmuir after he held an inquiry into complaints of bad food aboard the trooper at

ALI'S SUCCESSOR IS FOILED [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ALI'S SUCCESSOR IS FOILED 3-party coalition bid A LAST-MINUTE move m favour of a three-party coalition last night prevented Mr. Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardy, the leader of the Awami League, from being sworn m as Pakistan s Prime Minister. A senior government official had earlier said he swearing m would take

Consul's car blown un [ARTICLE]

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Consul's car blown un TERRORISTS early today blew up the Belgian consul's car parked outside one of Saigon's smartest night clubs. The consul, M. Dereure, was m the club, Macabane, when the time-bomb went off just after mid-night. The car was badly damaged. -Reuter

P.O.W.s to be freed [ARTICLE]

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P.O.W.s to be freed Another group of Japanese prisoners of war now held m the Soviet Union will be repatriated "at the end of August" a Soviet red cross official said m Moscow yesterday. Reuter

SEA COLLISION [ARTICLE]

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SEA COLLISION The Italian liner Sestriere and the Norwegian tanker Tibetan collided m a thick fog yesterday off Cape Polon!o, Uruguay, but both ships reported there were no casualties. A. P.

3 Reds die in ambush [ARTICLE]

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3 Reds die in ambush BRITON KILLED PUR British soldiers were wounded, on c fatally, during a gun battle with terrorists last night one mile north of Rawanpr Town, 17 miles from Kuala Lumpur. The soldiers, belonging to First Battalion Royal Hampshire Regiment, killed three terrorists. The Hampshires were ln

$3,800 LOSS [ARTICLE]

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$3,800 LOSS A diamond ear-ring worth $3 800 was reported missing from a flat at the Cathay building, Singapore, yesterday.

Una got 'husband alive note before she rewed [ARTICLE]

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Una got 'husband alive note before she rewed A UNITED States air force spokesman said m Washinßton yesterday that official notification was sent to Mm. Una Schmidt m June, 1954. avUiß that her husband, Air- Daniel C. Schml believed to b« aHYe and a ,ncr m Ked China. Bchmidt and

New hospital wing [ARTICLE]

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New hospital wing y Black, wife of the rnor, will open the new and out-j)atient.s departal Kandang K»rbau •moon.

13 DIE AS FLOOD HITS TOWN [ARTICLE]

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13 DIE AS FLOOD HITS TOWN idden flood y«*Wrda| isl 13 people In the Andes m< un >wn Columbia. The bodies oj U flcUmi iccovtuu

RUBBER FIRM [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER FIRM The Singapore Rubber Market opened on a Arm note 'his morning with first grade, August shipment, at $1.53 a lb., cents above yesterday's mo.

CROWDS MENACE KOREA NEUTRALS [ARTICLE]

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CROWDS MENACE KOREA NEUTRALS THOUSANDS of South Korean demonstrators late last night were threatening the Neutral Nation teams who are supervising the enforcement of the Korean armistice. They include *var veterans carrying drums, torches and bottles of liquor. They have the neutral teams—Poles, Czechs, Swiss and Swedes- U>t tied up

GOODWILL FLIGHT [ARTICLE]

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GOODWILL FLIGHT Eight Canberra jet bombers left Hemswell, England, yesterday for Iceland on the first stage of a goodwill tour of the West Indies and Canada. They plan to cover 21.000 miles.— U.P.

Red China asks for respite [ARTICLE]

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Red China asks for respite CiOMMUNIST CHINA ye.^ter- day requested a 24-hour delay m the Geneva talks with the United States on repatriation of civilians. The next session will therefore be held tomorrow instead of today Conference sources said U. 3. delegate Alexis Johnson still is awaiting a satisfactory Chinese

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I The Charity film Show that is NOT a Painful Duty! by kind permission of j GENERAL AMUSEMENTS LTD. j 1 and UNITED ARTISTS CORPORATION I LITTLE FUGITIVE which has been called the American J Bicycle Thieves and won the Inter- national Film Festival Award at Venice m 1953 for

15 TONS IS POWER FOR A YEAR [ARTICLE]

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15 TONS IS POWER FOR A YEAR U.K. scientist tells of new atomic fuel I>KITISII atomic scientist J. V. Dunworth announced 13 yesterday Britain could generate all the electricity it needs with onty 15 tons a year of the new and fairl common atomic fuel thorium. Britain burns 40,000,000 tons

He grilled general [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He grilled general Lee Chang Kwang, the Red who Interrogated U.S. Mai (1 1 William P Dean after hli capt u re wai sentenced to (»ath yesterday In Seoul by a Korean military tribunal. The Federation High Commissioner, Sir Donald Ma<Gillivray, Mrs. 11. S. I,ee. wife of the Minister for

Missing man was in hospital all the time [ARTICLE]

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Missing man was in hospital all the time A SINGAPORE woman, Mrs. Wilhemina Frankford, spent the whole of Monday evening, night and yesterday m a frantic search for her husband. Mr. J. V. Frankford. The search ended last night when Mr. Frankford. a motor fitter of the Motor Transport Section

NOW EMBASSIES [ARTICLE]

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NOW EMBASSIES Britain and Laos have agreed to raise the status of the diplomatic missions m London and Ventiane from legations to embassies. Reuter

RUSSIA CANCELS SALE AT CANBERRA EMBASSY [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA CANCELS SALE AT CANBERRA EMBASSY Diploma lie relations again? THE Soviet Government has cancelled' its Instructions lor the auctioning of furniture and equipment at the former Soviet Embassy m Canberra, the Canberra correspondent of the Melbourne Ape reported yesterday. The Swedish embassy, which had been entrusted with th^ sale,

SHEREE'S SECRET WEDDING [ARTICLE]

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SHEREE'S SECRET WEDDING Actress Sheree North was married last Pebuary 20 to Hollywood music publisher John M. Freeman, her studio disclosed yesterday Sheree explained; •yVe thought that at this stage of my career I shouldn't mix m a marriage, bo wt kept it ouiet." A. P.

MAMIE TO REST [ARTICLE]

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MAMIE TO REST Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower has been advised to rest and Is In bc*d. President Eisenhower said yesterday adding: "But. she'll be ail right." Reuter

Diem to 'contact' Reds on polls [ARTICLE]

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Diem to 'contact' Reds on polls I)RKMIER Nro pinh Di< m announced last night m Saigon he would reply today letter from Communist North Viet names. Foreign Minister Phain .Van Dong regarding consultations for the organisation of all Vietnam t lections next year. Government sources said the South Vietnamese Premier

Chinese mass show planned for Aug. 18 [ARTICLE]

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Chinese mass show planned for Aug. 18 SINGAPORE Chinese organisations are planning to hold a mass demonstration, on Aug. 18. when 11 Chines* Chamber of Commerce delegates meet the Colonial Secretary. Mr. Alan LennoxBoy d. Pickets will carry placards supporting the Chinese Chamber's demands for Singapore citizenship for over 200.000

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'HE THREW SICK PoWs IN SNOW TO DIE' [ARTICLE]

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'HE THREW SICK PoWs IN SNOW TO DIE' i vitneia said yesterday that he saw Sgt James C tgher mistreat iwo fellow :ican prisoners ot war m i and throw them to their tha m the sub-zero cold. Donell Adanu. 27. of i una, testifying at Galla- court martial m

British musical star dies [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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British musical star dies BRITISH-BORN actressdaneer Madge Elliott (above) died on Monday m Lenox Hill Hospital. New York. She was 10. Educated m Australia, she had an active career m Australia. London and New York. starring m many productions with her actor husband Cyril Ritehard. She made her first stage

INTEREST RATE UP [ARTICLE]

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INTEREST RATE UP Most of New York City's banks have decided to increa.se the interest rate on deposits of foreign banks from p 8 to l r, 8 j per cpnt, the Journal of Com--1 merce reported yesterday. A.P.

Loan to Siam [ARTICLE]

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Loan to Siam The International Bank announced m Washington yesterday it had granted a loan of U5512,000,000 to the state railway of Siam. A. P.

60 SET OUT FROM U.S. TO SAVE A REPUBLIC [ARTICLE]

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60 SET OUT FROM U.S. TO SAVE A REPUBLIC CFXTY determined men set out yesterday on a 3.000--mile trip to "Save San Marino by way of the ballot San Marino is a tiny nation >( 14.000 population m the Heart of the Italian Appennine mountain, it is under >mmunist control

JETS FOR KOREA [ARTICLE]

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JETS FOR KOREA The United States will transfer 30 F-86 Sabre jets to South Korea by September U.P.

Cancer treatment [ARTICLE]

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Cancer treatment Canada will soon start producing a small -sized cobalt 60-beam therapy unit lor treatment of cancer m small hospitals, the Atomic Energy Commission m Ottawa announced yesterday Reuter

Sham romance now the rent thing [ARTICLE]

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Sham romance now the rent thing PRETTY Egyptian fashion designer Yvonne Mai agreed to pretend she was the fiancee <>f the handsome ship ?aptain so he could make tiood boasts to friends ashore Capt Ibrahim El Say c d Ebeid, ma-ster of the Egyptian ship Star ol Bues, asked her

MUSLIM MARRIAGES NOT RECOGNISED: STORM IN U.K. [ARTICLE]

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MUSLIM MARRIAGES NOT RECOGNISED: STORM IN U.K. rnHE sudden disclosure that Britain's Welfare State laws do not recognise marriages among 00.000 followers of the Muslim faith m Britain threatens to raise^ storm there. The Liberal London evening newspaper, The Star. published an editorial yesterday demanding that Parliament sweep away the

AWARD-WINNING FILM FOR S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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AWARD-WINNING FILM FOR S'PORE if K'lyi* of the Internal Film I Awa will br shown m SI next Monday at the X < 'Inenta Tickets '•'<n be mi E Bheph< rd I rel I3H i Mrs Joanna Moore (***** m the King's Cinema The proceeds will be glvefl to rh-'

Begum hits at murder report [ARTICLE]

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Begum hits at murder report BEGUM Liaquat Ali Khan. Pakistan Ambassador at The Hague has challenged the so-called "Uren Report," drawn up at Pakistani request by Scotland Yard investigating the murder of her husband, the former Pakistan premier, m 1951. In a statement issued by the Begum unofficially she said:

Mystery submarine [ARTICLE]

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Mystery submarine An unidentified foreign submarine was righted m Swedish territorial waters off Gothland r.sland yesterday Reuter

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The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY August 10. 1955

Opinion TIMELY U.S. STATEMENT [ARTICLE]

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Opinion TIMELY U.S. STATEMENT EARLIER New Delhi information that the Red China-U.S. talks! taking place m Geneva are centred around their nationals now m each other's countries has been borne out by a Joint communique issued by the two delegations. The communique is timely, for it serves to rid the

They'11 switch on the sun and rain [ARTICLE]

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They' 11 switch on the sun and rain TERENCE FEELY by 'PAKE a good look at your small son. You may be looking i* t the boy who i.s destined to be one of the first men on the moon. And take a look at the sun. By the time

Secrets of Red air power [ARTICLE]

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Secrets of Red air power COME of the secrets of Russian air power were given recently by Mr. Kenelm Bartlett, President of .the Interna t i o n a 1 Aeronautical Federation, who was one of the few Westerners to watch the bit? fly-past m Moscow. Mr. Bartlett was invited

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber HBH A CRITIC of ballet remarks that m a certain production the crowd on the stage was left to its own devices, "a fatal mistake m ballet.'' As a con.Mquence of this. they appeared rather aimless.*' Without something definite to occupy their time while the lending

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley j i X amazin» man i.s A sir Sydney Came, Singapore- ne wly appointed Economic Adiser to Chief iMinister Marshall... whose career Mccompli.shments be speak a vigorous and world conscious intelligence. In the last 30 years he has >.rvcd as educator, adminisitor and diplomat, much this

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Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices GTGHYTGTG

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK, Aug. 0 Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 97.00 nom. 97.00 norn Ihi future August 95.75 bid 96.00 bid 96.75 asked 96.75 asked September 94.00 bid 94.25 bid 95.00 asked 95.00 asked October 93.75 bid 94 00 bid 94.75 asked 94.75 asked rOWE: Steady.

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Spot Malabar 44 awaiting release 44. Afloats 43 to 43. First half August 42£, Sarawak spot and iwaiting release 39. Afloats 38^. First half August 38. August I7H. Lampong spot and awaiting release 44. Afloats 43 to 43. August shipment 42 1 Sellers ex-dock. Above prices quoted tn

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES Pr.vi.us NEW ¥O ESk, AUS Railroads 454.05 448.84 M) Industrials 153 56 151.22 m Domestic Bonds 9931 99.22 1515 I tilities 66.20 65.59 t,l Stocks Composite Average 163.94 161.95

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Au<. 9. Previous Today OPRA Philippines cJi. UK /North European delivered weight per lon* ton Aug. Sept. $175 nom. $175 upm. OPRA Philippines fob. Manila In bulk per ton Unquoted Unquoted COPRA Straits e.l.f. UK/North i uop.m delivered weight per lonj ton Aug./ Sept £63 buyers

R.A.F. hero at film premiere [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. hero at film premiere 8.0.A.C. AND QANTAS anponsoring a 45-minute variety show, "The Magic j Carpet." which will precede the Red Cross film premiere of "The Dam Busten*" on August 30 at Singapore Capitol Theatre. The show will depict an air flight to London, Rome and Calcutta. Bangkok, Hong

Library's 45th anniversary [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Library's 45th anniversary The United Chinese Library of Singapore celebrated their forty-fifth anniversary with a cocktail party at its pre- mises m Armenian Street. Among: those present were (above, from left) Mr Tsaj Hin Shen&, Dr. Ho Poh Jin, Mr. C. Rudolph K. Mock. Mrs Lim Keng Liang, Sir Patrick

LOVE, LOGIC AND LIFE ...BY A COUNTY COURT JUDGE [ARTICLE]

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LOVE, LOGIC AND LIFE ...BY A COUNTY COURT JUDGE f OVE knows no logic. That was the verdict of Judge Tudor Rees at Brentford County Court. His answer to the argument that young people should not marry until they have homes of their own: "That may be logic but it

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The Limbless Wonder [ARTICLE]

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The Limbless Wonder He was a reckless huntsman, artist, yachtsman... He shot tigers... He rode a horse from Sweden to India... He became an MP... He was— 'TWERE was no n Joicing when a third son was horn to Lady Harriet Margaret i<< Poer Trench, second wife of Thomas Kavanagh,

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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picture. I lit. young Duke of, Kent l>as *ed out as a s mmd Ileutc n a n t at the Ko>al Military Academy. Sandhurst,* at the Sovereign's PaTade- The Duke of Edinburgh took the M»lul« Mid tin DICMH of Kent was among the spectators. Here the Duke of Kent

Better prisons [ARTICLE]

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Better prisons Spain has launched a tun-wide reform programme aimed at modernising the country's prisons. The task should not be difficult as thi Spanish prison st< m operates on the theory that prisons exist to reform convicts -ted not just a.s punishment centn This outlook is illustrated by the .act

THE WORLD'S STRAIGHT STORIES [ARTICLE]

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THE WORLD'S STRAIGHT STORIES JOHN MURDOCH by Kavanauh i, tiger shooting strapped into the h i an elephant's b In December hj Tom was taken ill wi sumption, so he and tl .started for Austral.. more temperate^climate But Tom died m Java. With only 30 shillinf i t Arthur Kavanagh

DRIVER, SAVE THAT CHILD [ARTICLE]

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DRIVER, SAVE THAT CHILD Slow down 9 warning by i t U.K. Ministry The British Ministry of Transport, m the face of steadily increasing holiday motor travel and attendant road casualties, ha* just come out for the first time with advice to motorcar drivers and to parents which has special

CAROLE HAS A "MTE" WITH A SECRET [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CAROLE HAS A "MTE" WITH A SECRET SEATED at the piano ~in her London home. E singer Carole Carr reS hearses a new song for E her "Saturday Night Date" programme on E te!evis on. She wrote the E words and lyrics herself. E She played it to her husE

'TRACKS FOR LEARNERS' [ARTICLE]

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'TRACKS FOR LEARNERS' MR. J. W. BENNETT, the Croydon I London* coroner, (suggested that there should be special tracks for learner drivers to be taught the rudiments iof braking, steering, and acceleration before they were "let loose on the dangerous highways of our country." The coroner had heard at an

Mink vanishes [ARTICLE]

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Mink vanishes Furs, including mink and I ermine, valued at about £2.000. were stolen from the home of iMr. Joseph Adelman of StoneI grove. Edgware. Middlesex.

WHY A YOUNG DOCTOR? ASKS CORONER [ARTICLE]

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WHY A YOUNG DOCTOR? ASKS CORONER k SYSTEM which allowed A a young doctor, who qualified three weeks before, to be m change of a 106-bed hospital has been criticised by a Dudley. Worcesterhire. coroner. When a dying man was brought m. the doctor transferred him to another hospital where

HE GOT THE NEEDLE... [ARTICLE]

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HE GOT THE NEEDLE... IUILOI Fouad Naggar, unable to set a 10s debt from a rus- tomer. took the customers hand, bit off a finger, ana •wallowed it. He is now m j:iil at Alexandria.

P.C. stole to watch cricket games [ARTICLE]

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P.C. stole to watch cricket games WHILE on his beat. Constable Joseph Leedham was busy stealing Road Fund licences from parked cars. At Birmingham he was led from the dock by his own colleagues to start a three-month nl sentence. Since early m 1953 he had stolen car licences, altered

Father dies in vain rescue bid [ARTICLE]

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Father dies in vain rescue bid father who rushed into let at Skegness to rescue 12 year-old son and nineir old friend was drowned r front of his wife. He was Geoffrey Francis of Ollerton, Nottingham. >n holiday at a caravan site rhe two boys were saved by '"^ay-makers.

Fight ban, advised magistrate [ARTICLE]

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Fight ban, advised magistrate MICHAEL JOHN FA RLE. who pleaded guilty to being m charge of a car while under the influence of drink, declined an offer by the West London magistrate, Mr E R Ouest. to adjourn the case so that Earle could instruct a solicitor to argue that

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CAVALCADE COSTUMES INTERNATIONAL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CAVALCADE COSTUMES INTERNATIONAL AH CHONG ■turcs by A beautiful display of costumes and national dress from many l an rk at the Ciala Ball held m Malacca recently m aid of the Malacca |£h-__l sociation and the Church Workers Association Fund. Some of the highlit? l8 parade of costumes are

The Silent Sea War on Smugglers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Silent Sea War on Smugglers ADELAIDE EASTLEY VISITS THE H.Q. OF THE MARINE POLICE... MEN WHO PUT TO SEA IN CALM AND STORM, DAY AND NIGHT, TO KEEP A WATCH FOR LAWBREAKERS. TACKING smartly m the dawn breeze, the trim sloop eased gracefully into the harbour channel. The captain,

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Charlie made a sax sound so swell [ARTICLE]

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Charlie made a sax sound so swell CECIL SMITH says •rHE Metropolitan Opera I House m New York is only a few hundred yard! from rowdy, funmaking Times Square. Often, when I lived m New York, I used to plunge out of the wellmannered opera house at II m the

Popular singer to tour Britain [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Popular singer to tour Britain TTHE popular American singer Guy Mitchell recently flew from New York to London by 8.0.AC. Monarch service to make his third appearance at the Ixmdon Palladium. This will be followed by a variety tour of Britain starting on Aug 15 and including Glasgow, Birmingham. Liverpool.

Benny's narrow escape [ARTICLE]

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Benny's narrow escape He was too small to carry a tuba A FIRST TIME visitor to the Hollywood let Where his life .story is going on film, clarinetist Benny Goodman shook hands with his impersonator. TV star St» I Allen, and the two coughed and (linked a little nervously at

GERSHWIN WOULD be SURPRISED [ARTICLE]

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GERSHWIN WOULD be SURPRISED He is one of the very few modern composers who is consistently given an entire program for his works IN THE history of music there are many com--1 v rs who were neglected during their lifetime and discovered after their death. There are ierj who were

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Did It Happen? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Did It Happen? SHOWELL Drawing r>y What do you think? FACT or FICTION? p md the answer tomorrow At the b*ck, looming m tht «H_d»w m long grand against the wall like a great curled beast.

SLOW MOVEMENT [ARTICLE]

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SLOW MOVEMENT WILLIAM SANSOM 1_ Oy MMt»»M lONCE owned Cat which. be. away to liv<- on a farm, lined to my home m London a year later by foot, travelling 40 miles t<> do .so, crossing the Thames and confronting Streets und traffic to which it wa.s wholly unaccustomed: fox

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DOKIS DAY'S day at the studios U A busy one (nun b a.m. lo i. p.m. 1 li.il's the schedule slin follows whilt- making her new dim "Love Me Or Leave Me."

THE CONCERT GRAND THAT CAME HOME... [ARTICLE]

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THE CONCERT GRAND THAT CAME HOME... JIIIIIIIOIIHMIIIIUIIIIIimiIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIC from their webbed holes, entranced by my own disgust. One afternoon when I was wandering out from this Idyll. I noticed m a nearby street it was a minute round the corner from me— that what had been a private garage had been

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How long does it take to fall in love? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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How long does it take to fall in love? MARY HAMPSON WHO ELSE BESIDE THE CUNNING CUPID KNOWS... hy .IS REMARKABLE the speed at which Oo Slow brigade into action at the ntion ol a lightning omance. y were Quick ofT the when Orlando Sirula. Italian tennis .star, mar,(i Coriie

What Gable likes in a woman [ARTICLE]

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What Gable likes in a woman NOSTALGIC sigh wenl up from the womanhood ol America when Clark Gables surprise marriage to K-.v Spreckelfl wa.s announced last month .Since big divorce from Lady Sylvia Ashley In 1952 m her Secret heart every' woman has though! *It might be we." Hut hii

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Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Horn sides vulnerable Kast dealer The bidding EAST «_ouTM «*ST NORfH 1 Dbl. Psss 2 4 Pass 2 g All Pass Vll/KttT opened the nine of spades YY and East's ace felled Souths Mm! k high spade was continued and South trumped. Declarer led the king of heaits

Tobruk will remember [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Tobruk will remember A MANNEQUIN'S work is very strenuous, especially when some of the big "houses are introducing their new collections. So the Modelistes de France, showing their winterautumn collections, are using a machine for testing the models' lung -power, to make sure they can stand up to seven shows

'Free' party—but roulette took all the cash [ARTICLE]

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'Free party but roulette took all the cash TWO French gendarmes kept watch over 78 British aircraft standing on the grass of Deauville Airport at two o'clock m the morning while 250 passengers and pilots were four miles away dining, dancing and gambling at the casino m the town. Members

MAIDS GET NO PRIVACY IN VIENNA [ARTICLE]

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MAIDS GET NO PRIVACY IN VIENNA -And as for food: It's 'left-overs AUSTRIA is your El Dorado if you want to employ a maid "just like m the old days." The average domestic servant (and there are many) m Austria today receiving a net wage of a little over four

MR. DOUGLAS LETS ME DOWN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MR. DOUGLAS LETS ME DOWN ANNE SHARPLEY IS He's just another nice guy after all 'I'M J UST a wonderful 1 fellow really," said. Kirk Douglas, trying hard to make me dislike him. "People don't like me at first, and then, when they get to know me, they really start

Pappa wasn't fooling... [ARTICLE]

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Pappa wasn't fooling... WHEN Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis were making •Artists And Models" a few montht ago he received a quest from the Editor of the Lowvtite (N. V.) Journal-R-epublican for an autographed picture of the comedians which was to be mailed to one Dean Lewis Zehr of Lowi

A WORD TO THE'QUEEN' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A WORD TO THE'QUEEN' t n u,.m,. Davis starring m the role of Quern SURROUNDED by members of her court. ittr d tn filmin* of H„abeth I. discusses a scene **%jfe£i

Bill looks Eastward again [ARTICLE]

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Bill looks Eastward again AFTER five weeKs of tornadoes, cloudbursts and dust storms •n Kansas -with a surprising amount of film •shooting thrown in director Josh Logan has brought "Picnic, Starring William Holden, R'^salind Russell and K.ai Novak, back to Hollywood for interiors at a studio. •Boy. is it a

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BRITAIN NEEDS MORE STARS IN FIELD EVENTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BRITAIN NEEDS MORE STARS IN FIELD EVENTS Vernon Morgan by ONE OF BRITAIN'S BEST IUIK RECENT BRITISH TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS SHOWED ON THE ONE HANI) THF GREAI POWKK THAT BRITISH ATHLETES TODAY WIELD IN TRA( X EVENTS AM) ON THE OTHER THAT THERE IS STILL GREAT SCOPE FOR IMPROVEMENT

Breezy 62 by schoolboy [ARTICLE]

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Breezy 62 by schoolboy MU_BHf \me\ttmlUi tt, which iik hided light tours by Ander•oti Behaal'l .state rmkeier. X Anandai tjah, was the highlight of the dra«a two-day ertekel Match V *^r» < Vnfi al Perak Bchoofr and franang Bi hoola at thi *j*6*mm School ground Ipoh, yaotarda) Penanf atari aartttlod

IHAROS SAYS [ARTICLE]

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IHAROS SAYS SANDOR IHAROS OF HUNGARY SAID YBSTER DAY HE THINKS THE WORLD MILE RECORD (AN BE BROKEN AND HINTED CLEARLY HE IS THE MAN TO DO IT. The slim runner was quoted by Budapest Radio as he prepared to leave for a race against four-minute

WORLD LIFT RECORD [ARTICLE]

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WORLD LIFT RECORD RUSSIA'S 23-year-old Vuldimir Stogov set a new world weight-lifting record m the bantamweight <la.s.s at the Warsaw Youth Festival yesteiday. In the first rounds of the weight- lifting competition, Stogov lifted S2B kil<xs m the press, snatch and Jerk, beating by 10 kilos the record set In

R.A.F. Seletar sportsletter [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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R.A.F. Seletar sportsletter JOHN P. HAMILL from THE SPARTANS XI: Standing (from left) F Sgt. Stibbard (manager). Scott, MeCallbter, Johnson, Evans, McCTeish, Sgt. Murray (trainer). Sitting: Cope, McCririe, Flit. Puxley, officer m charge of the team, Mullen, Dawe. Front left, Lain g. Front right. Slade.

Station soccer team keeps up good work [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Station soccer team keeps up good work SELETAR soccer players distinguished themselves both against the touring Austrian team Salzburg and the Inter Services Senior League game against R.E.M.E. whom they defeated m a strongly contested match by 5-1. They also trounced the Royal Navy 5-1 on their own ground at

HE CAN BEAT RECORD [ARTICLE]

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HE CAN BEAT RECORD miler Chris Chataway m London on Friday night as saying: "I think that the present record for the distance can be broken. I am now m better form than I have ever been." Iharos who already has three world records to his credit, said the coming

WORLD MILE [ARTICLE]

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WORLD MILE added that both Chataway and himself were m good form. It will mainly depend on better tactics to decide the winner, he said. The world mark is 3 mm. 58 sec. set by Australia's John Landy m Turku, Finland, m June. 1954. In that race Land, also set

KEENAN AND TULI AGREE [ARTICLE]

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KEENAN AND TULI AGREE pHVI Keenan 'Scotland British and British Empire bantamweight champion, will defend his Empire title against Jake Tuli (South Africa I m Glasgow on Sept. 14. He applied to tne British Commonwealth and Empire Boxing Championships Committee for permission vo- luntarily to defend the title against Tuli.

BASSEY TO FIGHT FOR EMPIRE TITLE [ARTICLE]

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BASSEY TO FIGHT FOR EMPIRE TITLE HOG AN Bassey, of Nigeria fight Billy Kelly, of Noi'hem Ireland, the British and Enmi' J 'featherweight- champion, tor no Empire title m Belfast on Oct Basse v has been -named by thi Commonwealth and Empire Cnam* pionships Committee as the ou standing contender.

SWEDE BREAKS WALK RECORD [ARTICLE]

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SWEDE BREAKS WALK RECORD Lars Hindmar of Swed-n yesterday walked 5 miles m •> minutes sharp, breaking world record set by R n i of England three years U 15 seconds. Hindmar set his new j at an international track y_ field meet at Malmoe. Sw«* A.P.

'THROW-IN' MEET [ARTICLE]

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'THROW-IN' MEET The annual McGregor throw-in" competition will at the Jalan Besar Stadium po day at 400 pm TeaßM will i>rise r>r three member* u« a vk ill be no entrance tee.

SURREY ARE LEVEL AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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SURREY ARE LEVEL AGAIN And they have Lock to thank v OKKSIIIKLS TEMPORARY LEAD OF THF COUNTY I CRICKET TABLE, HAVING WON THFIK HATCH ON MON- XV WAS WIPED OUT YESTERDAY WHEN SURREY BEAT MIDDLESEX AND SO JOINED YORKSHIRE AT THE TOP v iTH 220 POINTS, SURREY HAVING TWO GAMES

Springboks escape with a draw [ARTICLE]

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Springboks escape with a draw RUN FOR NEARLY TWO HOURS PREVENTED A > HOB ABLE DEFINITE RE--SULT TO THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE VERSUS S. AFRICANS MATCH AT CHELTENHAM YESTERDAY AND THE GAME WAS DRAWN WITH THE IOUNTY 184 AND 226 SOUTH AFRICANS 197 AND 108 FOR THREE. Tom Graveney added only five

COUNTY RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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COUNTY RESULTS .1 tVettlaglni; Nottinghamshire Kent by 278 runs. Nutting unahire 183 and 3:~ for 6 dccl. enl 133 and 111, ll HHiing borough. Northamptonbeai nee* by etven wkfcets. 151 foi seveii dccl. and se--4 i foi rive dccl. I Barker 51, Smith ne4 out Ioi>. Northamp- 265 and 334

TODAY'S SPORTS DIARY [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S SPORTS DIARY M »< I» ie SBHf Leagaa and »P Kreap S.T.B. v Hongkong uiau Baaar, 7 p.m fan I bartered Bash X A N ground; ,ro *»P B Mercantile Baah i I ord »Un Beaar :> pm.; Brewer lee Malayan- Urwajra, Farm Park; ,r ««P < Mangfleli f

Draw for Malayan LTA championships [ARTICLE]

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Draw for Malayan LTA championships The draw for the Malayan tennis championships is: MENS BDfQUM Byes: K. H Ip iHK>: Capt H H. Marshall tS>; Leong Hoe Yeng <Seli. .Itjag iln«i. First round Kwok Yoke Yen <Seh v Lim Ene Keat (Pk»; Capt. M. A. Faster <Pk) v Lim Hee

JOHORE IN RULERS' SHIELD FINAL [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE IN RULERS' SHIELD FINAL rOHORI qualified to meet SeJanger m the flr.al of the Rulers Shield cri' ket competition, to '<*■ played ai 'tie police Depot ground ii. Kuals Lumpm on a 28 arben beat n by 11 Ding mp la irday. Jo;.' l „.mw.: kl he tump* 1011..

TEST 12th MAN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TEST 12th MAN Desmond Barrick, of Northamptonshire, ha.s been appointed 12th man for England m the fifth Cricket Test Match with South Africa, beginning at Kennlngtotl Oval m Ixindon on Saturday.

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AMONG many functions given m honour of the Hong Kong Chinese koccer team during Us recent tour of New Zealand was the New Zealand Football Association dinner m Wellington. Here are. left to right, Mr. Lee Wai Tong (secretary <oach of the Chinese team). Mr. R. L MaeAlister (Mayor of

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SUPERIOR HONG KONG HIT FIVE PAST CEYLON TO ENTER FEAF FINAL [ARTICLE]

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SUPERIOR HONG KONG HIT FIVE PAST CEYLON TO ENTER FEAF FINAL RAF HONG KONG entered the final of the Far Fast Air force inter -group soccer competition yesterday when they outplayed a gallant Ceylon learn to win hy five goals to nil. Hong KODg will meet Singapore m the final

HE'S COT RHYTHM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HE'S COT RHYTHM photo. He's a lot more hefty that Fred Astaire, but Karl Storch (Germany) seems to be doing a very creditable tap danre as he competes m the hammer-throw at the Great Britain versus Germany athletics match, at White City Stadium. London. Storch threw 177 f- Gin. Reuter

BIRTHS [ARTICLE]

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BIRTHS 29 Words 16 (minimum). CRICHTON: On 9th August. 1955. at Kandanj Kerbau. Singapore, to Isabel, wife of John Crichton, a son. TYERS: At Youngberg Memorial Ho-pitsil, on 9th August, to Myrtle (MUky). wife of Raymond, a son, John Fraacis.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT 20 Words $6 (minimum). MR. MRS. G. W. READ thank all Relatives and Friends for their kind Attendance on the Occasion of their Wedding and also for their kind and Valuable Presents.

ENGAGEMENT [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMENT 29 Words $6 (minimum). NGUI-THIAGARAJAN: The engagement Is announced betweeft Dawn, the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ngui Choon Jin and Thiagarajan of Singapore.

Katong gain hard 5-4 win over BODCA [ARTICLE]

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Katong gain hard 5-4 win over BODCA l/'ATONG Sports Club had to; fight for a 5-4 victory over 8.0.D.C.A. m their SAFA Junior Cup match at Geylang Stadium yesterday. BODCA were unlucky not to have won, but their forwards tared badly m the second half after taking a 3-2 interval

Wonder shoe being made for Tyson [ARTICLE]

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Wonder shoe being made for Tyson SHOE CRAFTSMEN are making an all-out bid to help Frank Tyson, the Northamptonshire pace bowler, towards complete fitness for the decisive fifth Test between England and South Africa. beginning at the Oval on Saturday. They were working at top pace yesterday remaking his left

SECOND DAY WEIGHTS [ARTICLE]

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SECOND DAY WEIGHTS WEIGHTS for four races on Aug. 17, vcond day of the Singapore Turf Club August Meeting, are: CI. 2, Div. 1— 6F Malayan Scholar 9.00 I Mfln iiii-tl 8.13 j En-nob's Forest 8.12 Don Wayne 8.11 Distributor 8.10 First Trick 8.10 < arm-Icon 8.09 Pink Ticket I.H

ACHILLES v. ARMY [ARTICLE]

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ACHILLES v. ARMY ACHILLES Club team to meet the Army In an inter-team athleticcompetition at the padang on Friday will be: 100 yds. L. Bartlett, C. Cardoza. Lim Jit Choon; 880 yds. Saw Tiang Hock, Foo Chee Kai. Tang Tuck Wah Wee Beng Huat; 120 yds. Lim Heng Cheng, Ivor

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