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The Singapore Free Press, 15 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale in Malaya 1 i :;::<;. Magapcr*, Mon.. \uj>. is, 19.-,:, price 154

Birthday picnic on moors for Anne [ARTICLE]

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Birth day picnic on moors for Anne I) K I N C E S S ANNE, the Queen's daughter, celebrates her fifth birthday today by picnicking on the moors around Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are spending a summer holiday with their children.

THOUSANDS MARCH ON GOAN BORDER [ARTICLE]

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THOUSANDS MARCH ON GOAN BORDER INDIAN KILLED IN EARLY CLASH 4 BOUT 3,500 Indian Sa tyagraghis— peaceful demonstrators marched on tne tense borders of 'ortuguese Goa yesterday demanding cession of the tiny west coast enclave to India. The main mass of demonstrators timed their crossing of the jungle frontier between

'FIRE-FIGHTERS' GOT AWAY WITH $2,218 [ARTICLE]

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'F IRE- FIGHTERS' GOT AWAY WITH $2,218 es eot into a shop in Swee Road, Singapore, night after it caught fire ibly to help put it out, tole $680 and sjoods worth Fhe flre, which was caused short circuit, was put out n »fter the arrival of the rigade.

REDS WIN IN SAN MARINO [ARTICLE]

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REDS WIN IN SAN MARINO communists and fellow-tra- lling Socialists will have con>i 35 or 36 seats in San Urino's 60-seat grand council result of winning the retent election In the oldest and nallest republic in the wo~ld. (See Fa?e 3)

RUBBER UP [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER UP Unconfirmed reports of Rusbuying pushed up the ice of rubber in Singapore morning. The market pened at $1.44> 4 a lb. for first r ade, August shipment, 1* f, nts above Saturday's close. The tone was uncertain.

UNA SAYS I PREFER No. 2 [ARTICLE]

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UNA SAYS I PREFER No. 2 l'N T A Schmidt does not want to return to Airman Daniel C. Schmidt as hia wife, a person close to the family has disclosed in City, California. This source, who refused to named, said Schmidt, iu*t returned from 32 month* as a prisoner

Russia and America try out space tests with animals in rockets [ARTICLE]

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Russia and America try out space tests with animals in rockets RUSSIAN and American scientists yesterday claimed to have .shot experimental rockets containing live animals into space. The Russians say their rockets reached a height of 300 miles but the Americans did not disclose any comparable figure. The Soviet Union

CRISIS: A VITAL DAY FOR S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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CRISIS: A VITAL DAY FOR S'PORE UopvSul stytts «i sin ut to it THERE are Increasingly hopeful signs of resolving the Singapore constitutional crisis before the Legislative Assembly meets on Thursday. It is believed in political Quarters that discussions due to start at Government House today between the Colonial Secretary,

RHEE HITS [ARTICLE]

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RHEE HITS KOREANS paraded in front 01 the US. Embassy in Seoul yesterday Shouting, "Communist Czech and Polish spies leave Korea No violence was reported anywhere. President Syngman Rhee, who on Saturday postponed indefinitely his ultimatum that h and Polish truce liisprc-

SECOND TERM FOR IKE? [ARTICLE]

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SECOND TERM FOR IKE? There is "an Increasing feel ins In Washington that Pre sident Eisenhower will seek a second term, according to VlcePresident Richard Nixon, who is in San Diego, California, to visit hi.s brother Edward, 20, a naval recruit. -Reuter.

AT U.S. AS RIOTS END [ARTICLE]

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AT U.S. AS RIOTS END tors get out, crtttClMd U.S. policy in Asia at rally in Seoul. Rhev told Koreans, who a embled to celebrate i\v tenth anniversary <>f Kore i 1 liberation from Japan, that the United Btatei now advocates a new "peace <>i mutual forebearance Instead, rihv declared,

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'BEWARE this new look Mao' [ARTICLE]

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'BEWARE this new look Mao' I\K llu Shih. a former I" hinrsr Nationalist foreign Minister, warned the West to heuarc nf the "niw look" worn bf his S former pupil. Chinese Communist leader Mao Tse tung, saving that Peking wax merely eopying Kussia in the "cloak and dagger game of

Etna bursts into fury again [ARTICLE]

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Etna bursts into fury again MOUNT KTNA, Enrope'l biggest active volcano, burst into renewed activity last night in Sicily. Three or four explosions a minute shot red hot boulders and ashes hundreds of feet into Pie air while thin stream of lav. i snaked out of the volcano's north eastern

RUSH PROGRAMME FOR PEACE » MM Bid to settle Morocco row [ARTICLE]

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RUSH PROGRAMME FOR PEACE MM Bid to settle Morocco row FjRANCI launched i rush programme t() month to Morocco wh< re shootbomblni and u ..),<< urt ol ryday U Resident General (Hlbi rt Grandvul Oew back to his post tart the Bwt phase of the peace Mlti. Orand val left

HISTORICAL FIND [ARTICLE]

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HISTORICAL FIND Maltese Government workmen digging up a new street outside Valetta have unearthened a rock tomb and burial chamber containing articles belonging to the first and second centuries AD A.P

Eight years free [ARTICLE]

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Eight years free Pakistan yesterday celebrated the eighth anniversary 01 her Independence. Mill parades were held in ail sUic*

A-effects: Call for 'lavish' research [ARTICLE]

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A-effects: Call for 'lavish' research A BRITISH medical scientist yesterday in Geneva called for world-wide research "on a very lavish scale" to study the effect* of radio activity on human evolution. Dr. T. C. Carter of the Medicaj Research Council said in a report to the International Conference on Atomic

A-POWER TO REPLACE RUSSIAN ARMY CUT [ARTICLE]

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A-POWER TO REPLACE RUSSIAN ARMY CUT WESTERN diplomats in Moscow said yesterday that Russia, like the West, was probably depending on new military techniques including atomic and hydrogen weapons to make up for manpower when the traditional Soviet mass armies were cut. This was the way the diplomats interpreted the

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Aged urged to vote to foil Reds [ARTICLE]

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Aged urged to vote to foil Reds pONFISION gripped XJ the 1,600 -year-old republic of San Marino jresterdaj .is citizens voted to elect the 60 members of their General Council the only Communist dominated parliament west of the Iron Curtain. Catholic s urj; e d m tottering old peasants to

RED FLAG AT YMCA MEET HAULED DOWN [ARTICLE]

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RED FLAG AT YMCA MEET HAULED DOWN rvilK red and gold flag of 1 china, flying over meetings the world conference of; Men's Christian Assoiations «YMCAj in Paris, was hauled down yesterday follow- a protest by the Nationalist Chinese Embassy. The flag was fluttering on Saturday over the Palais des

FOUND 95,800 [ARTICLE]

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FOUND 95,800 A detective service operated by the West German Red Cross has reunited 95,800 children with their parent or relatives >=ince 1945.- Reuter

Bank must stop business in India [ARTICLE]

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Bank must stop business in India The. Reserve Bank of India has refused to licen.se the British India Banking Corporation to do business in India. This means that the corporation must cease transactions In India, including acceptance of deposits.- U.P.

Angry fans overturn 15 racing boats [ARTICLE]

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Angry fans overturn 15 racing boats ANGRY fans overturned 15 racing boats and broke 300 windowpanes yesterday in protest against what they insisted was a "fixed" race in Ashiya, Southern Japan. The incident occurred in the eighth race of the week-end 'boat races when one of the mx bouts taking

FISHING HOLIDAY [ARTICLE]

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FISHING HOLIDAY President Etoenl left r a inc holiday I Colora

HE WANTED DEATH, GOT LIFE' [ARTICLE]

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HE WANTED DEATH, GOT LIFE' DR BFN T. G nig court I virted him of the Marcft n J)U; Ufe Imprl "oJjtoraitfa, w^> admitted killin:- hia M Mary Katherine, ai e chlldi I ink, J tnd Sarah Ann i. denied the one thli h for In his confe sion, i

42 KILLED AS STORM HITS U.S.: NEW GALE PERIL [ARTICLE]

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42 KILLED AS STORM HITS U.S.: NEW GALE PERIL vhw YORK city was busy clearing away the d< A^ and repairing the damage left in the of a tropical storm yesterday while another hurricane pursued an uncertain course thai might put the city in its path. Hurricane "Connie" now only

WANTED: THREE FIGHTING IRISHMEN [ARTICLE]

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WANTED: THREE FIGHTING IRISHMEN A young Irishman, speaking ot Saturday ,s bold raid on a British Army barracks near Reading when arm.s and ammunition were selied by armed Irishmen, told a London meeting yesterday: "We agree with what th'-y have done. We are only .sorry three men were caught.* 1

Freighter sinks [ARTICLE]

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Freighter sinks The 2,506-ton British h ter Wychv i >d sank In shallo r off Bermuda late Batur night after i)( -don by her m x when th< salvage pumps fail< d to up with tin* water (lowing in

'Reds in show business' probe is on [ARTICLE]

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'Reds in show business' probe is on r rnh US H pre titath in AcU- .l»TThe list tor*, Iters and oth< i i >nm with the theatre, and Bin :)(*<n levelled a the wit ii. 1 Hut the Committee chainr.au. Mr. Fran Itei w.- il find that a loi ol

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RACE FOR THE MOON [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RACE FOR THE MOON The Russians are confident they'll get there first r rHE Russians are con--1 Qdenl that, < ven if thf'v do not catch up with the Americans in the next two years in building a satellite that would circle the earth, they v. ill still be the

The Singapore Freee Press MONDAY, August 15, 1955. A WORLD OF PROMISE [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Freee Press MONDAY, August 15, 1955. A WORLD OF PROMISE IHEVER before has the world been on the threshold of years so full of promise and advent nit For adventure jt, will be to Live In the fasWpproaching atomic age. AU Last week scientists from 72 nations from

No clue from Mr. Butler [ARTICLE]

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No clue from Mr. Butler CHANCELLOR ot the Exchequer Butler's new curbs on hire-pur-chase and his Instruction* to the Banks to cut down on overdrafts may have raised the temperatures of the British Parliament on the eve of the summer recess, but they still give little clue to the shape

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SINGAPORE Spotlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Spotlight Adelaide Eastley v§ AFAR cry from the classic absent-mind-ed professor is Mr, J. Sinclair, herbarium curator at Singapore's Botanic Gardens. As a matter of fact, our Mr. Sinclair has a mind of machine-gun precision. An ace collector, he's spent a profitable year plunt-coilecting in the Colony and in

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I YOUR j I LUCKY j STAR i I?OR\" t«,d.i\ %ou are a born T genius" But. you muvt 4 aNo realise that genius ha^ to 4 be fulti\al«-ti to d«\»l<p to it- fullest extent Negle« ted it ran T be quite worthless. Your emo- tions are high; jour passions

FLOOD RELIEF PLAN SLOWED: MEN WANTED [ARTICLE]

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FLOOD RELIEF PLAN SLOWED: MEN WANTED U rural areas in Bin s may expect reliel the threat of floods in «ning rainy season, says Works Chief Engineer, pelton, adviser on control problems. k of suitable manpower work scheduled to be under Mr. Pelton 's mascheme. But we have made much

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THE FIRST reigning »Tereifß to visit the cathedral in TOO years the Queen i rives at St. David's Catheil, Pembrokeshire, during ior visit to Wales. With ier are the Very Rev. C. Mtton Davies, the Dean St. David's (right) and, behind, the Duke of Edlnburgh and Major Gwilym Uoyd -George,

Have Dick Whittington and his cat been found? [ARTICLE]

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Have Dick Whittington and his cat been found? HAS the body of Dick Whittington, thrice Lord Mayor of London, been exhumed? And. was his famous cat buried near him? Durim-, recent excavations at Cheapside for the rebuilding of the hall and chapel of the Mercers' Company, demolished bv bombing, many

$1 mil. training ship for MRNVR [ARTICLE]

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$1 mil. training ship for MRNVR A $i,iiii(i.ooo u award defence motor launch to be naed a training r< isei by the Malayan Royal Naval volunteer Reserve la now being completed In Bingap re and will be ready fof launching late in November, A delay n th«- scheduled launching i

'NOBILITY OF BRITISH LINENS' SHOW [ARTICLE]

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'NOBILITY OF BRITISH LINENS' SHOW riM'.N'i'. du« I: nd oth( rial* u» d i M :ill(l other Par I ti rn coui .11 on di iplaj at the Nobility of British Linen exhibition al Edinburgh to be "i- n ed by the Mini ter of Btate for Scotland, Lord Strathclyde,

SINGAPORE NOT READY YET FOR SELF-RULE, THEY SAY [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE NOT READY YET FOR SELF-RULE, THEY SAY SWEEPING the board by 22 points to 20, the opposition party carried the .-notion of the debate on "I:, Singapore ready for immediate selfgovernment?" held ut the Wesley Hall, Fort Canning, Singapore. The three speakers of the opposition party. Mr. Yuen Kum

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A LOVE STORY IN MARBLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A LOVE STORY IN MARBLE ROBERT COLEMAN by She was his priceless jewel... He wanted the world to remember her... 20,000 men worked 21 years to enshrine her memory in the most beautiful building in the world. tJLTITH of the llow-8 I d, flat- uorded ol hui U U upon

'Salad dressing' foundation still intact [ARTICLE]

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'Salad dressing' foundation still intact rVHE man who makes roads with fruit juice and sunflower and monkey-nut oil, watched in silence as experts and a gang of brawny workmen tried to wreck his latest invention. They failed. After 36 years of experimenting Mr. H. J Brooke-Bradley knew he had finally

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A TRAVELLING HOTEL, with near luxury i accommodation for 20 guests has been put into service by a Viennese travel bureau. It consists of a luxury coach and a giant trailer with comfortable bunks, bathroom, dressing room and kitchen. The touring gueiti ran go anywhere they want and stay as

Dentist says apology before patients [ARTICLE]

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Dentist says apology before patients MINING town dentist Mr. E. Stanley Edwards is refusing to treat any of the 62,000 people in his county borough •inder the National Health Service. And he will go on refusing to do so until he receives a public apology from local Socialist officials for

Hire purchase house for $56 [ARTICLE]

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Hire purchase house for $56 A POUR-STOREY shop and house, built to order in four months, best workmanship guaranteed about $56 and payment by instalments. That was the bargain Widow Chester struck with Stephen Morgan in Bristol. But Stephen can't take any repeat ordershe and Alice Chester have been dead

RUSSIA IN RACE FOR SATELLITE NO. 1 [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA IN RACE FOR SATELLITE NO. 1 A SECRET rocket town in Russia, east of the Ural Mountains, populated by more than half a million people who have little contact with the outside world, is the centre of Russia's research into space flying and long-distance rockets. The town, according to

HER RICH ROMANCE BEGAN IN LINER [ARTICLE]

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HER RICH ROMANCE BEGAN IN LINER WKLL. your*' a ba?lrt dancer and he's a millionaire'* son and you're both in a liner In the middle of the Atlantic and you both rather like each other the moment jrou'ft Introduced. The introduction takes place over drinks in the bar. Fred Hellman

BUS SWERVE KILLS TWO [ARTICLE]

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BUS SWERVE KILLS TWO A swerving bus killed 94--ycur old woman and a twoyear old boy during the rush hour in St. Mark's Road. North Kensington. It mounted the pavement in an attempt to avoid Mrs. Matilda Gross, but struck her on the shoulder She died In hospital. The bus

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

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ROUND ABOUT SINGAPORE with Oswald Hanery and his camera ON SATURDAY NIGHT (ABOVE): Exchanging confidences at Saturday niuht's Chinese dinner marking the celebration of their mid-week Johore Bahru wedding are Dr. and Mrs. Teo (hew Seng who invited l">0 guests from both sides of the Causeway to wish them all

Introducing Hemingway the super cook [ARTICLE]

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Introducing Hemingway the super cook T)OWN in the British West Indies, the noted American writer Mr. Ernest Hemingway Is a familiar character, equally famed for his wit and his culinary prowess. Between stories, which he writes usually at his Havana estate, he takes fishing parties into the tropical waters of

HEMINGWAY AND HIS WIFE MARY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HEMINGWAY AND HIS WIFE MARY t Adelaide East ley ret calls the time when Xthe famous author 4 z Ernest Hemingway I was her neighbour on an island I near Cuba. And she depicts another land little-known side of this man of 4 X beach parties, of fishing expeditions, then

MOANS—BY A MERE MAN [ARTICLE]

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MOANS— BY A MERE MAN D. M. DA VIES By rPROUBLE with women Ls they talk too much. Oh, they're all right for cooking and sewing and the odd little things that go with marriage but dammit they talk too much. It's not even interesting conversation. They could no more

A Pain in the Ear may be Serious [ARTICLE]

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A Pain in the Ear may be Serious MR. H. did not sleep the hole night Hi. left throbbed and k him awake He tried all rts of household rem< warm compresover the ear, aspirin tablets and even brandy. But all were useless. Towards morning the pain gradually subsided and,

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DFSIONERS often get their inspiration from strange things. But it took MM kind of Jrrnins on the Dast of Italy's Fmilio Puc< i to «et inspiration from a waggon wheel. The r,. sU lt— dark blur Jersey slacks and a multi -coloured silk jacket— is certainly striking

RAIN-MAKING [ARTICLE]

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RAIN-MAKING ARTIFICIAL rain-mak--1 ing successfully passed an 18-month test recently in Puerto Rico, Dr. Horace K Byers, chairman Of the University of Chicago's department of meteorology, reported to the American Meteorological Society. Teiti VCTC earned out with three planea equipped to drop water or dry Let into ClOlldf. Stat i.stical

Blind man SAW himself for seven years [ARTICLE]

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Blind man SAW himself for seven years npHE strange case of the man who lived with himself strikes a spinechilling note in a recent i.ssue of The British Medical Journal. The eerie true story began when the man— 4G und intelligent— began to see himself "quite solid, as if seen

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BLACK BEARD and the coalhole [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BLACK BEARD and the coalhole \NI), wh.it i-. the iMVCt to -tlurday's "l>ii| It Happen* 1 Ulr "REVENGE I kom lIIK f,KA\T?" 'I h«- authoi wrili-s: "Oiif hears in mind tii.it 'liutii in glriMgW thin Ik ti-iii' and it i no reflection <>n tin* tHlrr'B Inlcgi itv in i m

It's DOUBLE for research [ARTICLE]

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It's DOUBLE for research 117 ITH Canada oflering keen competition for a b .share of tho British market for tobacco, Rhodesia has decided to double h<>r rate of •pending on research. The Tobacco Re: irc.h Board of Rhodesia and Nyasaland plans to spend (> million (SBj,OGO,UOO) over the next five

BRILLIANT and MODEST [ARTICLE]

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BRILLIANT and MODEST THAT'S ORSON, says the Countess to PEGGY H HI. 11l IItMIMI lIIIIM ASHTON lllllHtllllllltlllltlllMllllMlMlHllllltlltlitlltllllllllllllll U'HEN Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth part- < (i. she said: "I can't take life with a genius!" It was seven years before Mr. Welles tried marriage again. And last week just two

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THE "< <>f a <»N twisted into thr "S" of wave is thr i«i< a i». in i hi Stdner'f ntw "S" linr hair itjlc. In "I Wonder Why," the stvl«shown here, the apparent earel€BHlCMi of the coilTure follows a htlanced pattern to frame the face; a little width at

Her friends gave her a helping hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Her friends gave her a helping hand HOSTESS at a "sand-paper" party in Cambridge Street, Westminster, was Chinese actreai Chin Yu. She invited 12 friends to h lp sand-paper brown paint the stairs of her new home return for hospitality. Six turned up. I was a bit dubious," said iJaiwr

New rabies serum most effective [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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New rabies serum most effective THE development of a new scrum against rabies has just been announced by a New York laboratory. Rabies is a virus infection, carried by dogs and othor animals, which is fatal unless checked. The new serum is made by injecting rabies viruses into horses, which

'WEATHER-TALK' IS JUST BAD MANNERS [ARTICLE]

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'WEATHER-TALK' IS JUST BAD MANNERS KAY MURRAY NEW YORK has currently been enduring its worst heat wave for years. There's a rush on salad luncheons, people are drinking dacquiris instead of Scotch under the quaint misapprehension that rum is less heating, and every weekend exasperated motorists touch bumper to bumper

Guests went up or down [ARTICLE]

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Guests went up or down FIFTY debutantes and their friend* crammed into a cellar of Miss Vai.ya WalkerLeigh's London florae in Dtuyeott venue, Chcl\en. Her patents, Mr and Mrs. William Walker Leigh, stayed upstairs, drinking cocktails nitti their on n friends in the dran ing room. They sun eyed c/ucsts

BEST GUIDE [ARTICLE]

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BEST GUIDE Who knows London better than Londoners? Amert. v.in iictrc.v, Katharine Hepburn, according to H<;iiyw(HKi film pioneer George Cukor. He told friend. 1 at the Savoy Hotel In London about ;i recent tour of the (i i'y with Miss Hepburn as his kui(l<\ He .said: "Bho cvn had to

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Now the pennies are dropping from space! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Now the pennies are dropping from space! William Hickey By DIDN'T need a spaco- suit to go to sec tho men who every day roport in the newspapers the adventures of Jell Hawke. now honoured with the title, "First Citizen of the Space Age." I didn'k need ri roeket I

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE]

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Bridge Hand Both sides vulnerable V A J 9 1' WFST EAST 45 3 A k J 9 10 8 2 9K Q 6 5 4 3 0 8 4 3 07 5 *J7G3 2 K 4 g SOUTH 4 10 9 8 7 6 4 0A K J 2

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CLUES ACROSS rag 6) 1 Chastising a young lad as a 7 Where to sleep a litter of klt--8 Sls?~bout Bmostly8 mostly a gram- H CaTalopes of one-time tournamatical classification (8; 5* enis (0) Uv fb(k sun 9 Tlie Spanish and the French 12 Every parasol faded bv the sun

JUST ASK FOR TINO [ARTICLE]

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JUST ASK FOR TINO IF YOl ask for Rudolph Valentino in Hollywood you're apt to meet the Kent in person. Bearing the same name (spelling and all) as the late Latin lover, the modern Valentino also born in Italy is a messanger boy for the publicity department of a major

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"ANYTHING I can do for you?' uondcrs Tommy Ewell as he unexpectedly finds himself ou the rug with Marilyn Monroe in "The Seven Year Itch:' The two are teamed in this film version of the Broadway comedy.

That canvas had them guessing [ARTICLE]

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That canvas had them guessing MICHAEL RUDDY ONE of Marilyn Monroe's foreign fans sent the blonde truant a huge canvas Of one of his modern art pieces via her studio, all the way from France. R^wildered Press boys were beside themselves First, they could not decide what the subject was

He breakfasts on benzedrine! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He breakfasts on benzedrine! T -B«t Jus PRIVATE EYE business is ••••«■•■■<■ not ALL it seems to be SUffS RAMSDEN UKIIM TTIE private eye (cinematic brand) slid (in 1 cinematic fashion) on to the bar stool next to •nine. He was not accompanied by a voluptuous blonde Or a ravishing

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CHANGI WRAFS ARE PROUD OF THEIR NETBALL [ARTICLE]

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CHANGI WRAFS ARE PROUD OF THEIR NETBALL Ralph Blakeman By r |MH \v K.VI. Chanel rntbiii irni) is approaching the end 1 <>t inm th;il has given cause !<•/ satisfaction. Starting .iimnst from Mcratcli ami uiih onlj tour players »>i an} experience in thr m«l<- thej fared poorlj in th«'ir

F.E.A.F. SOCCER CHAMPIONS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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F.E.A.F. SOCCER CHAMPIONS THE violiTious lt.\F Sinsapore soccer team after Hinnina II).- FEAF inter-group (dp by beatinc Hon< K«ng by »-l in the linal. Standing: i.l .M.Culloch (refercel Sac torneUus, I'. Kelsliam. LAC O'Neill (eapt. with rupi (pi lv<-s. s\( SUde.LAC (raven Ht. l.t .luli:.ii (team manager). Fronl: P.C Ibrahim.

SUCCESSOR TO LI'L MO? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SUCCESSOR TO LI'L MO? < IRBYING an armful of tennis racket! and wearing an u usual eyevhade is 17-year-old Barbara Brnt of California, top-iced in her hone itate and tipped to become a world tennis sUr s»oon Fupper picture

He has to deal with 53mph penalty kicks [ARTICLE]

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He has to deal with 53mph penalty kicks E*)OTBALLERS AND SPECTATORS WILL ALWAYS ARGUE WHICH IS THE MOST DIFFI- POSITION TO PLAY AND ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL POSITIONS .WILL BE THE GOALKEEPER. He has a touch and perhaps to some an unrewarding job and, according; to an official Football

AMERICA'S LATEST TENNIS 'FIND' [ARTICLE]

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AMERICA'S LATEST TENNIS 'FIND' A 21-YEAR-OLD To. ran Who a aults ff tennis baU a man with a bitter hatfor the I 'lying object is e \t hope of the A?nerican Dans Cup team. Us name is Sam Giant/nah a He Is is so little kJioim thai writers constantly have

BUKIT TIMAH RACE FINISHES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BUKIT TIMAH RACE FINISHES 81.l K RIBBON (Bougoure) bc» U Admission «8,11, h» two l( e ths with Winlrrdrl... (P,,vall) third in Ka< !at Bukit Timal on Saturday. PUNCTUALITY (Bagby) wins the CI. 3. Div. 2-Mile event (Race S) by a neck from Merry Xmas (Bell) with Umperoi (Tait) third

Pride of Phoenix all set for promotion [ARTICLE]

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Pride of Phoenix all set for promotion I rre Press Kt< ing orres- p'nujrnt E I|£ KSI at Buklt E I* Tlmah on Saturday au E I'rulr of Thornix (Don Pat aho pn E i useful Cla.ss 3. Div 2 field E over 6f. by mx length* E Out in

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RACE WEIGHTS FOR WEDNESDAY \\'l HiHTS for all Grecian Knight 8.07 Sudden Choice 8.10 ri n AF olle^e Don 8.01 I lyin K Kast n races on Wed- Chrysanthemum 8.07 Satisfa< lion 8.09 Cl UIV Happy C;an K 800 Kiver Moon II Mf nesday, second day Good Forage 8.06 Greet

CHRYSANTHEMUM AND ACROBAT BEST ON HEAVY TRACK [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CHRYSANTHEMUM AND ACROBAT BEST ON HEAVY TRACK I 1(1. 1 PRI >> iCXCI.Mi ORRESPONDENT mHE going at I4uk.it 1 I iiii;ih this mor- mtm was hctvy afl»r o\«rrn^ht /mi and only a fle* horses irent oii t ajcfiinat the (stopwatch. Be»l tiin«- vs i i eturned l»y Baji>\ pair lIKYSW

Sport Diary [ARTICLE]

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Sport Diary MM l I K All SI 1' >\l II «.l I DtV I i■• tin hi. 1.K.1 Jala" M ,i sioi i r v i RUka, lan >i»«i»u d.»if v Kat— litylat; MLC. v SUr S -I il< > purtan*;. nsin li'dmuMi Macapw* «\iiii»i ti.m in.it, ii. B.

DEATH [ARTICLE]

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DEATH VI onii .Vi i minimum) d On 15th Augu I i'« Oei H ;11 il Singapore, e >••'■■ A funeral .iii be held at the Bldadarl i h.ip.-i today a( ■> '■'><> i> to lrave mortuary 5 p m retted by t<'-' f rela I «nd friend*

Aussies lead [ARTICLE]

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Aussies lead ITEN RosewaU and Lew Ho.id gave Australia a 2-0 lead over Italy yesterday in the Davis Cup lnter-zono final. Rosewull defeated Nicola Pietrangell, 8-r>, 3-G. G-l. 6-4. hilr. Ho.irt beat Fausto Gardini. 5-2, S-2, S-O.

DARA WINS BY K.O. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DARA WINS BY K.O. Dara Singh seems to be in trouble as Sued Saif Shah pplies an arm lock during ihcir bout on Saturday.

Airplane spin ends fight [ARTICLE]

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Airplane spin ends fight DAK A SINGH, heavyweight wrestling champion of India won hb rit;ht for a Match against Primo Camera, when he knocked out the heavyweight champion of Pakistan. Syed Saif Shah in the sixth round at the Happy World arena on Saturday. Dura proved too powerful for the

EUROPE WAS TOO GOOD FOR UNITED KINGDOM [ARTICLE]

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EUROPE WAS TOO GOOD FOR UNITED KINGDOM rpilK Rest of Europe outcla d 1 the United Ringdoin team by four to one in the loot ball mutch held in Belfast on Saturday to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Iri.sh Football Association Th«- continental players were so superior that they

CARNERA'S AGENT IN COLONY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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CARNERA'S AGENT IN COLONY AL SHATTUCK, booking agent for former world heavyweight boxing champion Primo Camera, who wrestles in Singapore .it the end of this month, arrived at Kallang from Tokyo on Saturday. He held discussions with Sportsman Enterprises, the Singapore promoter* Shattuck is one of the leading sports promoters

MALAYA CUP CHAMPIONS TAKE 2-0 BEATING [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA CUP CHAMPIONS TAKE 2-0 BEATING SINGAPORE'S Malaya Cup team without Rahim Omar i-nd Kok Seng, went down to FEAF Command by 2-0 at Jalan Bcsar yesterday. Command showed fine combination and attacked repeatedly in the opening minutes, with Singapore well on the j defensive. Then Singapore found their feet

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