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The Singapore Free Press, 12 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale m Malaya No. *****. Singapore. Fri.. \u»j. 1 19.,:,. price II Is.

RING OF GUNS PROTECTS TRUCE TEAM [ARTICLE]

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RING OF GUNS PROTECTS TRUCE TEAM IF angrily demonstrating Koreans got into the compound of the neutral nations truce team at Pusan it would "be bad," said a U.S. spokesman yesterday. South Korea has ordered the truce teams to leave by Saturday midnight, but these orders have so far been

Red call for Far East talk [ARTICLE]

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Red call for Far East talk Communist China and North Korea joined today m calling for a Far Eastern conference to "work out measure^ for withdrawal of foreign forces from Korea and for the peaceful unification of Korea." The two Communist countries proposed that the conference be attended by all

RUBBER STEADY [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER STEADY The Singapore Rubber Market opened this morning at $1.46 for first grade, August shipment, unchanged from last night's close. The tone was steady.

RED BOSS OUT [ARTICLE]

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RED BOSS OUT Moscow Radio said yesterday that Secretary of the Central Trade Union Council Ivan V. Goroshkin has been released from his duties.- U.P.

BIG 4 DATE [ARTICLE]

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BIG 4 DATE The Foreign Ministers of the U.S.. Britain, France and Russia will meet m Geneva on Oct. 27.

NAVY ALERTED [ARTICLE]

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NAVY ALERTED The Swedish Navy has been placed on a special alert following five reports of unidentified submarines m Swedish waters m the past month.

Accord near in Geneva parley [ARTICLE]

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Accord near in Geneva parley 4MERICAN and Chinese negotiators had a 90--minute discussion m Geneva yesterday at their flfth session on the repatriation of each other's •ivilians. A Chinese source said he had the impression the two sides ./ere "nearing agreement." <iink the same. Mr. Alexis Johnson an :hief negotiators,

Rebels massacre 20 prisoners [ARTICLE]

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Rebels massacre 20 prisoners ALGERIAN rebels cut the -i*. throats of 20 French native soldiers they captured after a battle m the Sahara, army sources said m Algiers last night. The rebels decided to execute the soldiers North African Camel Troops with French officers because they were unable to take

CHOICE BEFORE ASIA: NEHRU OR MAO [ARTICLE]

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CHOICE BEFORE ASIA: NEHRU OR MAO West must give aid Labour M.P. BRITAIN and the United States must bring their Far Eastern policies into alignment to move from the defensive m Asia and to gain a "moral base for ourselves," Mr. Patrick Gordon Walker, British Labour M.P.. told a John

CRISIS CABINET ON PAY DEMAND [ARTICLE]

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CRISIS CABINET ON PAY DEMAND JIK ANTHONY EDEN yesterday unexpectedly culled his cabinet to meet next Monday to discuss new figures showing that Britain's trade gap is still wide open. The meeting folhiws a new wave oi industrial wage demands which could undermine the government's financial policy. Ministers arv expected

JAP REDS HELD [ARTICLE]

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JAP REDS HELD Tokyo police last night arrested three Japanese Communist leaders as they left a public hall where they made their debut alter five yeans U.P. underground.

SAWMILLS PEACE MOVE BY TUC [ARTICLE]

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SAWMILLS PEACE MOVE BY TUC AT a special executive meeting of the Trade Union Congress m Singapore last night, a seven-man delegation was appointed to make representations to the Labour Ministry for a meeting between them and the management of the 17 sawmills, whose 500 timber carriers are now on

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Ali's enemy in new Cabinet [ARTICLE]

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Ali's enemy in new Cabinet A MAN I rlbed by former Pak Kmi Priii Mr Mohamm< I .s a illsc he advocated the independence of Ea.st Pak.. tin m appointed to the new Cabinet under Prime Minister Chaudhri Mohammed Ali at Karachi yesterday. The cabinet 1«: Mr Hibib R&hlmtonla Col

Goodwill flight [ARTICLE]

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Goodwill flight Seven Roya] Air Force Canberra jet bombers left Montreal for Jamaica early yesterday on the fourth lap of a 21,000-mile goodwill flight to Canada and the West Indies U.P.

FLAGS AT HALF-MAST FOR CRASH DEAD [ARTICLE]

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FLAGS AT HALF-MAST FOR CRASH DEAD FLAGS flew at half-mast over the American barracks In Karlsruhe, West Germany, today for the 57 men who died yesterday when two jiiant American troop-car-riers collided m midair south of Karlsruhe. The disaster the fourth worst m aviation history occurred 15 minutes after the

RUSSIA CLAIMS A.-CURE FOR CANCER [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA CLAIMS A.-CURE FOR CANCER RAMOAfTIVF kjoiopc have q found of r-on.sider-able value m "curative application" againv <<rtaln forms of rancer a Ru d'x-ror told thp atomj-for-p*-ar* eonfeit net it r'• nevt fetterday. T. 1 holds out :>aid the doctor, A. V. Kizlova. Radioactive cobalt has the advantage of beinjr

30 RED A-SCIENTISTSIA-SCIENTISTS FOR BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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30 RED A-SCIENTISTSI A-SCIENTISTS FOR BRITAIN rpiIIRTY scientists from "Iron Curtain" countries have accepted an invitation to visit the British atomic research establishment at Harwell on August 24, a British spokesman announced In Geneva last night. Well over 100 delegates to the conference had ac- cepied the invitation. Reductions m

CONCERN AT JAPAN ENTRY INTO GATT [ARTICLE]

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CONCERN AT JAPAN ENTRY INTO GATT JAPAN was officially admitUd m Geneva yesterday to the 34-nation General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (G.A.T.T.). She will become a full operating member of the organisation on Sept. 10. Japan had to obtain a twothirds majority 23 votes. The announcement gave no details

2,250 m.p.h. rocket plane to undergo tests at 100,000 ft. [ARTICLE]

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2,250 m.p.h. rocket plane to undergo tests at 100,000 ft. THE United States Air Force will begin test flights this year with a stainless steel rocket plane designed to reach a .^peed of about 2,250 miles per hour at altitudes of 100.000 feet. The air force yesterday announced th c

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The sailors night out tonight [ARTICLE]

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The sailors night out tonight VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE \HY Z /\FFICERS and men or S 1/ H M.S. Terror will r make merry at the annual !E ball for the entire ship's r company at the Sea View Hotel tonight. Guests of honour will sbe the C-in-C. Far East Station and

Threat to coffee [ARTICLE]

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Threat to coffee Heavy insect damage threatens to curtail this year's Colombian coffee crop.- A.P.

THE 'LITTLE NAPOLEON' OF RUBBER DIES [ARTICLE]

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THE 'LITTLE NAPOLEON' OF RUBBER DIES Frank Sieberling, Goodyear pioneer MR FRANK SEIBERLING, known as the "Little i Napoleon" of the rubber indus- i try. died m hospital at Akron, j Ohio, yesterday. He was 95. He founded but later lost control of the Goodyear Tyre and Rubber Company, which

Burma phone links [ARTICLE]

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Burma phone links Burma will be linked with 96 per cent of the world's telephones by the end of 1956.— A.P.

MORE SHIP CALLS IN MALAYA [ARTICLE]

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MORE SHIP CALLS IN MALAYA (greater emphasis on trade out of New York offering berth lenrlce will call at 65*portt m Indom and Malaya this month. This is an Inci >t X) on list year's figure New York Journal of Commerce reported yesterday that that lines offering this .service are

FAROUK SUING PARTY-GIVER ELSA MAXWELL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FAROUK SUING PARTY-GIVER ELSA MAXWELL EX-KING Farouk of Egypt has started a defamation action against famous U.S. party-giver Elsa Maxwell for certain statements made m the French version of her memoirs, his lawyer, announced m Paris yesterday. The lawyer said he has been instructed to draw ud the defamation action

150,000 volunteer [ARTICLE]

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150,000 volunteer The West German Defence Ministry has so far received 150 000 applications for volunteers for the new armed for- COS.— Reuter

Life term for anti-Peron rebel chief [ARTICLE]

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Life term for anti-Peron rebel chief T> EAR- ADMIRAL Samuel ToIK ranzo Calderon of the Argentine Marine Corps has been sentenced to life imprisonment and public degradation for leading the abortive coup against President Peron m June, it Is reported. Six other officers were jailed for life and 25 to

KING TO CONDUCT [ARTICLE]

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KING TO CONDUCT Kinji Frederick of Denmark will inaugurate the Danish musical week beginning on September 11 by conducting the Arrhus City Orchestra.— Reuter.

Japan now world's third shipbuilder [ARTICLE]

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Japan now world's third shipbuilder Japan advanced to third place among the principal shipbuilding nations of the world during the second quarter of this year, behind Britain and Germany, the Shipbuilders Council of America reported yesterday. A. P.

Viscounts stealing U.S. air trade [ARTICLE]

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Viscounts stealing U.S. air trade rpHE British-built Vickers 1 viscount turbo prop Planes which made their debut m United State, servfce only about two weeks ago, X taki B tradr 1 2S from rival American airUners. the Wall Street Journal reported m New York yesterday. "That's the verdict of airport

SWANEE RIVER' COMPOSER DIES [ARTICLE]

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SWANEE RIVER' COMPOSER DIES Andrew Sterling, writer of hundreds of popular songs, died yesterday m a Stamford 'Connecticut) hospital, aged 80. Among his son^ were Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie and Down Where the Bwanee River Flows." Renter

Polio killed Joan Bradley in three days [ARTICLE]

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Polio killed Joan Bradley in three days JOAN BPAIM.KY. lead actre is <>t the world I operetta how "Oklah< died la.>t night from Infantile paralysis, doctors at I Milan hospital .said. Iflftfl Bradley was suddenly stricken with polio on Tut-^day. she w;us taken to the Dergano Hospital In Milan, where

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, August 12. 1955. Opinion The rival unions [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press FRIDAY, August 12. 1955. Opinion The rival unions WHILE delegates to the responsibly, non-poli-tical Trades Union Congress confer on Sunday on ways and means to improve the conditions Ol the Colony's workers, the Singapore Factory and Shop Workers' Union will be staging a m a S

JUSTICE has been done but... [ARTICLE]

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JUSTICE has been done but... This man asked for trouble and he got it. Yet LEONARD MOSLEY is sad to see him go to gaol and he tells why I AM an unswerving supporter of tlu proof British law. I iik»- to mail like a 100 l or a*hooli gan

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POCKET CARTOON By OSBERT LANCASTER **J/ the march o/ science continues at its present rate, by 1965 it'll take twelve hours to reach the moon and a fortni^xt to K^t to Hyde Park Corner!"

SINGAPORE Sportlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Sportlight Adelaide Eastley By VOW that the Bank of America's newlyremodelled two-storey bank building m Raffles Place, is about ready for occupancy, plans for the official opening with appropriate fanfare— are being considered. Mr. George L. Hill, the local chief representative of America's largest bank chain. declined to give

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JHL__ __T^__. AM JL 4. MANDRAKE by Lee Falk and Phil Davis j STAR --^AS FOPCED INTO A SERIES OP --AMD SHOW HOW FNAT NOI |^'S ALREADY S 50RRY. |>OK\ today >0,,r hon,-.u frnMCAKi aaraV aia.t t .r r"^ CRIMES AGANST HIS WILL. HE IS hi ENTEREO BASK P~99i6.£. BROKEN

Round the World Market Prices

U. K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U. K. closing prices Previous Today K« BBEB No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European 41 t buye 41 4 buyci Torts August ..42 sellers 42 tellers i;( m No. 1 RSS cJ.f. European 41- buyers Ports September 42 i sellers 42 >. sellers i w.l X No. 1 RSS Spot 41

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. Aug. 11 Previous Today Tin Straits spot and nearby 9(5.62 nom. 96.50 nom. Tin futures Au-ust 95.50 bid 95.25 bid 96.50 asked 96.25 askecf September 94.00 bid 93.75 bid 93.00 asked 94.75 asked October 93.65 bid 93.40 bid 94 65 asked 94. 40 asked TONE

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER 38 1 Lampong spot and awaiting release 41%. Afloats 43. August shipment 42 'fc. Sellers ex -dock. Above prices quoted m U.S. cents per Ib. Spot Malabar ttH, awaiting release 43 Afloats 43, August shipment 42 I Sarawak spot and awaitin£T release 39. Afloats 38 'L-. August]

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, Aug. 11. Previous Today 0 Industrial, «J-g «5.18 ■W Railroads "jj-JJ 40 Domestic Bonds JJ-»J jJjr-Yj |k i tiiiti^ 65.43 do.** S4 Stocks Composite Average 162.30 IW.M

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices COPRA Philippine c.i.f. IK /North European delivered weight per lon* ton Aur./Sept. $174 nom. $174 nom. OPRA Philippines f.o.b. Manila In ITnmmM bulk per ton Unquoted Unquoted (OPRA Straits ci.f. UK/North European delivered weight per h **•/<*» "JaSK B*5E OCONUT OIL crude Straits e<4i. --11-r. UK/North

'Miss Golden Voice, 1955' already has a hoy friend [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Miss Golden Voice, 1955' already has a hoy friend ELIGIBLE suitors stay away from the door o Miss Cynthia Periera, Singapore'! "heii< girl" who last week won the title of "Mi.ss Golden Voicv of Malaya 1955." She's already got a boy friend, and What's nn>p she's engaged to br married.

'IMPOSSIBLE' DEMANDS WORRY THE TUC ON INDUSTRY [ARTICLE]

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'IMPOSSIBLE' DEMANDS WORRY THE TUC ON INDUSTRY A resolution coming up before the Singapore Trades Union Congress annual conference on Sunday condemns the "preposterous and impossible demands made on industry, which are not for the improvement of the workers but for political ends." It calls upon responsible trade unionists m

"Bells are too noisy" but residents asked to be tolerant [ARTICLE]

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"Bells are too noisy" but residents asked to be tolerant WHEN it comes to noise the T? bells of Katong Catholic Church are only minor offenders compared with the din created by traffic m the district. This is the view of a reader, who suggests that an antinoise campaign should

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ONE MAN AGAINST EVEREST [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ONE MAN AGAINST EVEREST H. J. OATEN by One man against Everest! One lone climber pitting himself igalnst the terrifying hazards of tee and SHOW, the petrifying cold and the deadening rarefied atmosphere ai high altitude l*o anyone, familiar with the epic Story of the attempts on Everestonly m 1953

WHY DO PEOPLE STEAL? [ARTICLE]

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WHY DO PEOPLE STEAL? A SUGGESTION that there is need for more systematic studies of the reasons why people steal from shops is made by the British Medical Journal. The journal says that it might even pay big department stores chief victims of shoplifters to finance serious research into the

SHE MET FIANCE UP SIDE DOWN [ARTICLE]

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SHE MET FIANCE UP SIDE DOWN MTTY Bluett, the giddy AusIV tralian girl who established herself m this country ay Ted Ray's "radio wife." ll to marry a man on the flying trapeze. Miss Bluett met her husband-be-be. Julian Jover, three years ago at Birmingham, when he was upside down.

PENISHILLIN? IT KICKSH JUSHT LIKE A MULE [ARTICLE]

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PENISHILLIN? IT KICKSH JUSHT LIKE A MULE A TOUGH Army officer is so sensitive of penicillin that he sees 10 of everything if he sucks a tablet containing the drug. He saw 10 front doors when he reached home one night after sucking one penicillin tablet for a sore throat.

HOUSEWIVES—Do you prefer HOME-MAKERS? [ARTICLE]

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HOUSEWIVES— Do you prefer HOME-MAKERS? A TEAM of investigators of the NufTield Foundation have A returned from America with one result which could start an argument at any breakfast table. They have found out after weeks of ■nvestigati v; V i«it the term of "housewife" is taboo m the States.

To the rescue—at top speed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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To the rescue— at top speed picture. < By sea and air. the Royal Air Force speeds t<> the rescue, with a helicopter flailing along m company with a 28-knot launch m 1 a demonstration of rescue techniques oft FlamborotiKh Head. Yorkshire. The demonstration was given by No 275 (Search

MAN SOAKED IN ACID DIVES INTO RIVER [ARTICLE]

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MAN SOAKED IN ACID DIVES INTO RIVER A LORRY DRIVER soaked by a shower of sulphuric acid ran 100 yards and dived into a river to save his life. Before the water washed away the acid 47-year-old Charles Forbes, of Runcorn, Cheshire, lost all his clothing. It had rotted away.

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jf 1 »'■<••■'■ I V f IS YOUR HUSBAND'S SNORING MAKING j A MESS OF YOUR MARRIAGE? g You could sew a cotton reel to the back of his pyjamas to prevent him from sleeping on his back; you could use an old Malayan recipe and sprinkle salt on his

DAY OF THRILLS FOR 100 CHILDREN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DAY OF THRILLS FOR 100 CHILDREN farces members and children pose for a group picture before the kids \ure taken ren's Centre. Above: Little Ah Mooi. her hands already full, still makes room for a ruler handed her by a Jaycees member wearing a funny mask. (BcltW): Children queue up

For many it at first car rid [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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For many it at first car rid LAST Sunday was the happiest day m the lives of 100 underprivileged children from the Singapore Social Welfare Children's Centre at Mount Erskine. The children were treated to a day of thrills by the Junior Chamber of Commerce their first undertaking under their

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Above; .Ylmmm I his is nice, says this little j;irl m the centre as she takes a hi^ bite of a cake. Below: After the sweet things came Rifts of all kinds. Below: These four girls from (he British Red Cross Society gave a hand at the party. They are

EVEN GILES LOOKS UP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EVEN GILES LOOKS UP "Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle; The cow took a running, Jump into the stratosphere, L Through the cosmic ray belt, 'Way past the flying saucer satellites, Through the ozone layer, And letting off a supersonic bang, went Clean over the moon."

TRIP TO SPACE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TRIP TO SPACE Rockets will L bring back the facts BRITISH scientists are to fire bi& rockets up more than 120 miles to find more about the fringes of spate. The information is vital before manned space-flight can be attempted. Artist John Bodle and science reporter chapman Pincher here chart

Mob foils study of Duce's brain [ARTICLE]

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Mob foils study of Duce's brain 4 PARAGRAPH, perH haps a chapter,* In medical history may have been trampled into oblivion one day ten years ago m a square m Milan. Italy. An angry mob. watched by a band of Italian partisans, spat on and cursed the body of a

Boom town Acton is running out of building space [ARTICLE]

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Boom town Acton is running out of building space A CTON, Middlesex, is one of Britain's boom towns. And it is meeting all the problems of a boom town. Workers, flooding m to nil vacant jobs, have difficulty m finding somewhere to live. At the same time spreading factories are

THE RAKE'S ARTIST paints .London s cruel age [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE RAKE'S ARTIST paints .London s cruel age George Malcolm Thomson mKmmmmmmmKmmmmmmvwmm -v i* Hogarth's Progress. By Peter (Juf-Jinell Collins. 255. 319 pages. HOGARTH was a painter of genius with the qualities as well as the faults and prejudices of the beef-fed, beerdrinking Protestant Englishman of the most robust tradition.

ITS THE GHOST OF A NOVEL [ARTICLE]

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ITS THE GHOST OF A NOVEL The Film of Memory. By Maurice Druon. Ruppert Hart Davies, 10s 66. 171 P.ifces. r J'HIS is hardly a story; scarcely a portrait. Can it rather a walk, m distinguished company, round a ruin where past plory must be evoked from a broken pillar

OTHER NEW BOOKS [ARTICLE]

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OTHER NEW BOOKS The Cyprian Woman. By (JM'orite Johnstone. Collins. 12s. tid. 255 panes. riillK |Oddetl Aphrodite, 1 doubly disguised as a woman novelist and a Greek Kirl. uroves to br strong rnoiiKh to shake to the roots the life ol scholarly St»-ph» n Colvin. who has gone to Greece

PANCAKE AND THE MYSTIC WORD [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PANCAKE AND THE MYSTIC WORD JOHN MOORE by ON B day m March. !914. a naval captain leaned back m his office chair me a tigerish grin, and said: "You've gut to tx told certain thinga and ot course you are well aware that if you should speak of them

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VOILA! It's MINK both sides! [ARTICLE]

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VOILA! It's MINK both sides! ■UPiimmiin ttj »Uiiiiiii' i til)UliiiijjiiTmTiiiMTiMjffmnnpiiiiniiii»jiffW»fffffy^^ >! MlM p '*"'nHlllllHHF* a SLENDER ash-blonde girl sailed by wrapped In sapphire mink. She took the coat off— gave it an irritable little shake— •i nd sailed back again tpped m white mink. And I knew I was back

ASK YOU, WHY, OH! WHY THE Y-LINE? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ASK YOU, WHY, OH WHY THE Y-LINE? HIPS are out. Waists are out. Bosoms are out. And what have we left? Why. the Dior Y'line. In Dior's salon last week I saw the Y-pirl. Black-haired. A black hat with black veil. Black coat. Black dress Straight as a pin. No

TAKE 7 YOKES A 8 WHITES... [ARTICLE]

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TAKE 7 YOKES A 8 WHITES... "ROM a friend came a lesson m the way a working girl l J urls can serve a super inch. In her flat overlook- the Seine .she laid on.. souffle, brought m on m it was cooked m. still ibbling, "Seven yolk.s of he

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Hams await a message from Mars [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Hams await a message from Mars ANEW version of the Ellfflish Kief trie Canberra jet t)omb(T designed for longrmttfC photographic reconnalSHUiec sorties at extreme altitudes, hu-» completed test flights It is the Canberra Mark I, and has been ordered m quantity for th<> Koyal Air Force. The Canberra 9 has

There's lots of privacy on this warship [ARTICLE]

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There's lots of privacy on this warship THE glamour ship, the USS Carronade, is the current pride of the United States navy. Although she is a powerful, rocket-firing ship designed to cover inshore landings, the navy's pride is no^ centred on her armaments. It Is the "habitability" of the the

-While it's all 'hushhush' on these boats [ARTICLE]

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-While it's all 'hushhush' on these boats IN BUILDING the first postwar steamers to serve resorts on islands off the North German coast, the Germans have used a new alloy which is Jikelv to become popular m shipbuilding. The new material is rubber vulcanised with metal. The engines are cradled

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Neither side vulnerable *est dealer COUTH might have raised the two DO Mump bid to three; but decided that his hundred honours and la weakness In diamond warranted a spade rtbid. The three no-trump contract uouki have »>een a cinch; four •padea could also luvc been made but

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CUM ACROSS 5 A .schooMxjy "servauf obtained 1 A roy foe? (4. I). a shilling (7). 5 Wi inkle without a noLse (3). 6 Cans have them for watering 7 A portion of treacle flan (4>. tMem! (5). 8 L'x< lude displays of temper? (8). 9GI f fth (5) 10

Broadway buys British —and likes it [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Broadway buys British —and likes it KAY MURRAY say* picture. THANKS TO TV, THAT BOX-OFFICE BOGEY'S NOW BEATEN i\NE of the factors In U.S. film distribution which causes the British industry to gnaw its nails m inarticulate fury is that British imports are usually consigned to what are known as

But, oh, those flapping ears [ARTICLE]

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But, oh, those flapping ears t^VER heard the story about J Grace Kelly and Clark fable? They were filming "Mounbo" m Kenya. And Ava ''urdner and Donald Sinden were somewhere around. Rumour had it that Grace very enamoured of Mr liable. She was watching the cameramen film two huge bull

Saved by the Pentagon(g) [ARTICLE]

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Saved by the Pentagon(g) THOUGH pictures of the late U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt aren't exactly scarce, the wires burned between a Hollywood studio ;md the Pentagon m Washington last week to get proper replicas of F. DR. and some of his World War II contemporaries for a scene

EACH TIME- A BULL! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EACH TIME- A BULL! SIGHT OF THE WEEK: Charlton Heston as Moses hurling the tablets of .stone at the Golden Calf, s'Vfn timr-s m ieye« tak< and scoring a direct hit time, for the film "The Ten Conunandmenta," Reuter

Making Westerns isn't such fun after all [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Making Westerns isn't such fun after all CLAUDETTE IS FINDING OUT- AFTER 25 years of watching "the men have all the fun," as she put it, Claudette Colbert has at last attained an ambition- to .star m a Western. And now she Isn't so sure about that "fun" angle. The

Referee's nightmare: Sixteen penalties [ARTICLE]

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Referee's nightmare: Sixteen penalties 2 E f tiriLMt: CBAWPORD, ff noted Scottish refe- E ree, of Ratherglea, i* no f ordinary controller of the zz tame. He has just re- E turned home for a few E E weeks holiday with a few magnificent meda 1 z E awarded him

LOOK OUT FIRMANI! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LOOK OUT FIRMANI! Italian soccer is TOUCH I PREDICT that £150 a week wonder boy Eddie Firmani will be happy to return to a British £15 pay envelope football when his two year contract with Italian soccer expires. I make this prediction after talks with other Britons who have tried

JOHNNY SULLIVAN IS STOPPED IN 43 sec. [ARTICLE]

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JOHNNY SULLIVAN IS STOPPED IN 43 sec. ARCHIE TOWNF, 27-YEAR OLD COLOURED MIDDLEWEIGHT BOXER FROM NEW YORK SHOCKED A PACKED STADIUM IN LIVERPOOL LAST NIGHT WHEN HE sioPPKI) FORMKfc BRITISH AND EMPIRE, CHAMPION JOHNNY SULLIVAN IN 13 SECONDS OF AN EIGHT- ROUND -i FIGHT It was the first time Sullivan

Hoad chosen for singles [ARTICLE]

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Hoad chosen for singles ITALY yesterday named FaUStO (iardini. Nicola Pietran^t'li and Orlando Sirola as Itl repn sentatives iin the Davis Cup inter-zone final against Australia openin- m Philadelphia today. Australia chose Lewis IJoad. Ken Rosewall and Ri-x Hartwig Gardini will moct Hoad i and EMetrangell will meet Rosewall In

SBA FIXTURES FOR SUNDAY [ARTICLE]

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SBA FIXTURES FOR SUNDAY VBB PX)R tlu- SB A junior h;im- piOCUhlpj ;it the S.U.A. hall on Bunday are: Mi;\s JUNIOR UNGLfI (l oui th round) 6.1."> p.m.: WOQf 8000 Kony I si<rA w.iit Soon, i^i>ng Yun Chan v Qm-k K'.od Chye; Willie Tay v OulMt Ooh; k.::o p.m.: Titu.-;

M.S.A. TENNIS MEET DRAW [ARTICLE]

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M.S.A. TENNIS MEET DRAW Draw for the Malay Sport., Association'i taunts tournament, starting today at MS. a. courts, i.s:Today. f> p.m.: Shahrin Osman v A. s. B. Pakir. Tomorrow. 3 p.m.: Hamid Bihil v Hamid Kasctm; Dollali Junied v|

TEACHERS WIN [ARTICLE]

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TEACHERS WIN Malay Teachers beat Sri Oardlng Estate 3-1 m their league match at i Batu Pahat. Jalil. Sharitl and! Syed scored for Teachers and Juralmi for the losers

Farmyard of DUCKS [ARTICLE]

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Farmyard of DUCKS SEVEN Little Harwood batsmen m the Kibble Valley League (Lanes.) were dismissed for "ducks" by Downham, and the side were all out for eight runs. That is a League record. There were equally sensational happenings down m Birmingham m a Parks Association match. St. Teresa's Church were

SUKARAMAI IN SECOND ROUND [ARTICLE]

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SUKARAMAI IN SECOND ROUND Sukaramai S.C. beat Tarn pen is Rovers 5-3 m the S.A.F.A. junior j cup game at Geylang yesterday. In another junior cup match, i V.M.M.A. beat Farrer Junior 1-0 at i Farrer Park.

ITS DIV. 1 FOR S.H.B. POLICE NEXT YEAR [ARTICLE]

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ITS DIV. 1 FOR S.H.B. POLICE NEXT YEAR SINGAPORE Harbour Board Po- lie BUUIe certain of promotion when they bea( Chinese Athletic "A" 3-0 In a SA FA Div. 2B at CYMA ground yesterday. .S.H B Poll' c took the lead m trie seventh minute through Rahman Omar, who collected

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BACK BRIGHT EYES 11, REHMAT AND TAWAKAL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BACK BRIGHT EYES 11, REHMAT AND TAWAKAL r> TORAINER DOC "^SyK RODGERS' SI iCjpK) BLE IS RICH IN Mjf PR o s PECTS T0»4&3 mokkow mi iMM FIRST l>\^ 01 IHI J|Bm SINGAPORI lIKI B CLUB'S AUGUST fiiV MEETING, Wli I |A MAKE OUT THREE i|| f WINNERS lOK HIM

SPRINGBOKS DECLARE AT 463 FOR 6 [ARTICLE]

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SPRINGBOKS DECLARE AT 463 FOR 6 LEICESTERSHIRE 208 m reply to the South Afrlcaas 1 463 for six declared, .seem certain to be asked today to follow on with arrears of 255. Chief intere."-? yesterday however was probably the further trials lot Jack Cheetham. South Africa's raptain who hiid an

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_i M iimn 11 j 1 -.-'■i MM IK SulUn Gold (up (semi-final) Singapore Malay, v SrUnjor I Malays, Jalan MMTj 5.13 p.m S A.F.A. Junior rup: R A.M.C v D#ekjr»ri. GryUnjr; Kajaji v Town Magtrtt MIA.; Windvir BtVfffc v It I. (Julian* rarrw I'ark. AIHI r 1 1( S

NOW IT IS COWDREY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NOW IT IS COWDREY Test doubtfuls: lAii last iiisht Colin tw/drey, Ihc yoang Kent and England batsman, joined the list of England players, who must be considered doubtful for the fifth Test ■fintt South Africa at The Oval on Saturday He received a hand injury while batting for Kent against

DEATHS [ARTICLE]

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DEATHS I'D Wind.'. $fi (minimum). LEE I>e Stone; Kiat of Chop Tom' Hlap Hin <fc Kian Tai, ayed 82 paaaed ftway peacefully on 8/8/55 a< M Chooo Guan Street, leaving behind his wife, 10 .sons. 5 daughters, Daughter Bon-in-laws iind many grandchildren. Funeral on 14th August f >;~> at 10

BEDSER AND LOCK FINISH SOMERSET QUICKLY [ARTICLE]

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BEDSER AND LOCK FINISH SOMERSET QUICKLY kjasdfd TIIK SURREY COBINATION OF TONY LOCK, LEFTARM SPINNER AND ALEC BEDSER MEDIUM-PACER. QUICKLY FINISHED OFF SOMMERSET IN THE ENGLISH COUNTY CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP YESTERDAY. Surrey, the champions, won by an innings and 100 runs m 75 minutes. Somerset, who on Wednesday made the lowest

Landys mile record may be broken in today s big race [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Landys mile record may be broken in today s big race \NK\V WOKI I) KM OKI) M)K THE MILE MAY K» CEEATED TONIGHI WHIN BRITAIN'S CHRIS Cll\ TAWAY \M> KEN WOOD COMPETE AGAINST S. lIIAKOs \M> o ROZSAVOLGYI Of HUNGARY AT LONDON'S WHITE CITY STADIUM. The condition ol the track

R.A.F. golf Cup ties and starting times [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. golf Cup ties and starting times TTHE DRAW and starling time s for the R.A.F. Cup competition (36--hole stableford) at the Royal Island Club tomorrow and Sunday are: TOMORROW First tee: 2.30 LV C. Wright and J. P Lietzan; 2 35 Low Kee Pow and W. J. M. Warden;

AMERICANS WIN GOLF MATCH [ARTICLE]

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AMERICANS WIN GOLF MATCH UNITED STATES golfers won six of their eight singles matches against overseas opponerf m Illinois yesterday to win the two day International Cup match by B. points to 3'L'. On the first day. the United States established a lead of 2_> points to 1H bj winning

Four champs from Manila [ARTICLE]

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Four champs from Manila S.E.A. BOXING: THE Philippines will be sending a team of four boxers all national champions to the South-East Asia boxiny championships m Singapore from Aug. 29 to Sept. 3. The team includes the Asian Games bantamweight champion Alejandro Ortuoste. Others are: Fly: John Garcia. Feather: Mauro

BARTLEY TO MEET KELANTAN BOYS [ARTICLE]

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BARTLEY TO MEET KELANTAN BOYS The Bartley School team to meet Kelantan Combined Schools m a friendly soccer match on Sunday at Farrer Park will be selected from Robin Chan, Choon Tong, Satha. Andrew Yap. Sin Yong Pura, Menc; Juan, Rahman Yussof, Malleques, Jamil. Razali, Pala, Iderydian, Twee Bern?.

Close of play scores [ARTICLE]

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Close of play scores At Stourbridce, Northamptonshire beat Worcestershire by an Inning! and 51 runs. Worcestershire 210 and 100 (Broderlck 5-25). Northamptonshire 361 (Livingston 107 Subba -Row 102). At Woolwich, Army 254 (Richardson 58, Marner 72). Royal Air Force 126 for 5 <Learv 75). Two-day match At Portsmouth. Hampshire JKO

TIGERS MAUL R.E.M.E. [ARTICLE]

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TIGERS MAUL R.E.M.E. TIGERS went 00 a spn-e at Jalan Besar y<terday when they whip] REME by 9-1 to keep t hopes for major honour the. SAFA league alhv. Boon Beong started the r ut lln the second minute and 13 minutes later he scored again lol lowed by Chong

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