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The Singapore Free Press, 17 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singapore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale in Malaya No. 1 ISSt. Singapore. Wed.. Aug. 17. 195."). Price If (Is.

LAST JOB AS CITY PRESIDENT [ARTICLE]

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LAST JOB AS CITY PRESIDENT MR. T. P. F. McNEICE will vacate his office as president of the Singapore City Council tomorrow and take up his new job as chairman of the commission which will inquire into the future of the local government set-up in the Colony. His last act

Avoid crowds, go home early [ARTICLE]

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Avoid crowds, go home early People with cars working in Rallies Place and surrounding areas are advised to leave before 5 p.m. today to avoid traffic congestion near the City Hall. Many people are expected to assemble on the padang to see the ceremony of conferring the freedom of the

Reds beat off Chiang raids [ARTICLE]

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Reds beat off Chiang raids Two attempted "sneak landings" in a week by Chiang Kai-shek forces have been beaten off by Chinese Communists, said Peking Radio yesterday. Eleven of Chiang's men tried to slip ashore on the Chinese mainland under cover of darkness but, the broadcast said. one of the

FOR CHARITY [ARTICLE]

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FOR CHARITY Singapore Children's Aid Society will receive the proceeds from a dance at the Singapore Hotel on September 9 when the Joo Chiat Square Dancing Club celebrates its first anniversary. Tickets will be $L

Day of decision for Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Day of decision for Singapore rDAY Ls the day of decision on the Singapore constitutional crisis. The Governor Sir Robert Black, will draft his ''substantive" reply today. It will be sent to the Legislative Assembly tomorrow. The Colonial Secretary. Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd, will meet the Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall,

MANY DEFY UNION, GO TO WORK [ARTICLE]

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MANY DEFY UNION, GO TO WORK SEVERAL hundred workers of the Singapore City Council defied the strike committee of the City Unions' Federation and reported for work this morning. The City Council President, Mr. T. P. F. McNeice, said that from reports he had received up to 10 o'clock, it

Dan will fight for son [ARTICLE]

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Dan will fight for son A I R M A N Daniel C. Schmidt will fight for the custody of his two-year-old son when he files a divorce complaint against 21-year-old Una Schmidt, who re-married when Schmidt was a prisoner in Communist China. Una's mother. Mrs. Walter Ferguson, could be

55 held in Peron death plot [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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55 held in Peron death plot ABOUT 500 students were routed by tear gas squads in the City of Eva Peron, 40 miles south of Buenos Aires, yesterday in the latest demonstration since the disclosure of a plot to assassinate President "police arrested 41 students and announced that 55 people

RUBBER UP 7 3/4 CENTS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER UP 7 3/4 CENTS THE violent movement* ln the rubber price continued in Singapore this morning. September drat grade, which t.u bv 9 j; cents yesterday, recovered 1\ cents early in trading hours, being done at $1 42 J on a Steady market. After the heavy itoploaM selling in

Kiosk man robbed [ARTICLE]

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Kiosk man robbed Two men held up the attendant of a petrol kiosk at the r> m.s. Holland Road, Singapore, yesterday and robbed him of $200.

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ANTI-GOA RIOTS RAGE IN INDIA [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-GOA RIOTS RAGE IN INDIA Action urged by mobs ANGRY demonstrationmandlng iirm action b Indian Government in tecting the peaceful Invac of Portuguese Goa raged In Bombay, Calcutta and N Delhi yesterday. In Bombay police used riflei and tear gas against mob.- 1 1 tens of thousands of Indi Driving

RUSSIAN ARMS CUT WELCOMED [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIAN ARMS CUT WELCOMED RECENTLY announced r< duct ion in Soviet Aimed forces reflected "Soviet reeog nltion of th. peaceful p el of th'- United S* and Its allies," ™id American Secretary o: J'-hn I ter Dulles in a statement 1 ued at his Washington Prt'.M conference ye terday. lh

Irish pilgrimage [ARTICLE]

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Irish pilgrimage More than 200 people sailed from Boston yesterday on the third pilgrimage to catholic shrines in Ireland. A.P.

REBEL ADMIRAL IS DRUMMED OUT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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REBEL ADMIRAL IS DRUMMED OUT VICE Admiral Samuel Toranzo Cakleron, former Commander-in-Chief of the Argentine Marine Corps, was drummed out of the navy yesterday in a public degradation ceremony for his part in the unsuccessful June 16 revolt against the Peron Government. Thre2 thousand naval oflicers and sailors were drawn

CHAMPAGNE AND WHISKY FOR A-MEN [ARTICLE]

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CHAMPAGNE AND WHISKY FOR A-MEN (CHAMPAGNE. Vodka a n J whisky flowed in Geneva, last night at an international party bringing face to fa men from the world's atom laboratories and the men who will compete to sell their products. The scientists abandon' d their discussions at the Palace of

SOEKARNO CALLS FOR POLLS [ARTICLE]

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SOEKARNO CALLS FOR POLLS President Soekarno last nil urged the provisional Parliament in Jakarta to do its i most to have the first genera elections scheduled to start September 29 without furth delay.- A. P.

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'PoWs KNEW ME AS THE WORST GUY IN CAMP' [ARTICLE]

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'P oWs KNEW ME AS THE WORST GUY IN CAMP' 'FRGEANT James Gallagher, accused of murdering 3 fellow American prisoners of war in Korea and Elaborating with his captors, admitted at his court martial in New York yesterday that he was considered lie "worst guy" in the prison camp. The

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Hollywood actress Arlene l>abl is suffering from severe anaemia, her doctor said yesterday. Tbe actress was expected to enter St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, California, yesterday for treatment of what her physician 'called headaches and facial neuritis resulting from anaemia. Miss Dahl has informed Italian producer Ponti de Lanrentns

20 die as holiday ship hits reef [ARTICLE]

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20 die as holiday ship hits reef people who were drowned when a crowded pleasure launch ran on a reef off the Brittany coast yesterday brought to 61 the death toll for France's biggest summer holiday week-end. The launch sank in the fog only 50 yards from a rocky island

BIBLE-READING SAILOR LOST AT SEA [ARTICLE]

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BIBLE-READING SAILOR LOST AT SEA "pELLOW crewmen said In New York yesterday that a "moody, bible-reading" seaman leaped over the rail of the promenade clerk of the liner United States on Saturday afternoon and was lost at .sea. Commodore John W. Anderson, the ship's commander, identified the man as Cicero

Off to Jakarta [ARTICLE]

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Off to Jakarta The cast of the "Holiday on fee" revue, which has been appearing In Kuala Lumpur for the past three weeks, left in the Willem Ruys last night for Jakarta.

Sleeping sickness [ARTICLE]

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Sleeping sickness At Pusan, Korea, six children have died of encephalitis during the past four days and four others have contracted sleeping sickness— AP.

NEGRO PILGRIMS ARE SOLD INTO SLAVERY [ARTICLE]

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NEGRO PILGRIMS ARE SOLD INTO SLAVERY HUNDREDS Of French West African negroes, who make the Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca are sold into slavery in Saudi Arabia and the Yemen according to Pastor Emmanuel La Grayiere •iber of the French Union Assembly. A real traffic in slaves exists in French West

4 years for 'sin by magic' man [ARTICLE]

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4 years for 'sin by magic' man A SO-CALLED sorcerer. "Michael the Turk," sent to prison yesterday at Famagusta, Cyprus for procuring women by "magic" wa.s told by the judge that the stupidity or loose morals of his victims was no defence for him. Jeering crowds shouted: "You deserve more"

Goodbye to pleasure, by a marquis [ARTICLE]

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Goodbye to pleasure, by a marquis r pilh In id of one of Frame's I oldest ind richest familieN and his wife will abandon the pleasures ot this world next month and retire into religious orders to linish out their lives in devotion and piety Marquis Mefchior de Vouge and

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The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY, Aug. 17, 1955. WOMEN GET TOGETHER [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press WEDNESDAY, Aug. 17, 1955. WOMEN GET TOGETHER FEDERATION of all women \s organisations In this territory with a view to its eventual aHi liation to the International Alliance of Women is one of the objects which a Singapore delegate to- the; I.A.W. golden jubilee! congress, opening

DOUBLE THREAT TO U.K. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DOUBLE THREAT TO U.K. BRITISH trade U faced by a double threat from the Dutch and the (Germans Earlier this month the onemilhonth Volkswagen car wjil roll ofT the assembly lines These German "people's" cars are breaking all export records. In Sweden, Switzerland and Belgium they are leaving the British

SEARCH FOR A WORLD CALENDAR [ARTICLE]

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SEARCH FOR A WORLD CALENDAR DAVID DIVINE by IyOULD you like a five*T day week, discarding anything as archaic as Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and so on, and calling Ihe days Ano, Beno, Ceno, Deno and Eno? Do you think it would be amusing to say "Meet me at five o'clock

BY THE WAY [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY Beachcomber iBBBI A PARAGRAPH about a man who "can throw a potato into the air and cut it in half before it descends'' i.s no doubt being .studied in all kitchens. If this man could throw several pounds of potatoes Into the air and peel them as

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SINGAPORE Sportlight [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SINGAPORE Sportlight Adelaide Eastley (Jy JWGLE EYED mosquito A tracker supervising in- control at Pays Lebar is Dr Marshall Laird, Unility of Malaya's Faculty Medicine parasitologist, se scholarly journals he ecology of the winged and disease-bearer emNew Zealand, the Fijis B host of desolate coral i and atolls in the

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U. K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U. K. closing prices I ON DON, \ug. If. I revmus Todav nMR No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European unquoted unauoted i> .August KBKK No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European 39 buyer s IMfi buvers ports September ..40% sell 40 sellers r.ltEK N«. 1 RSS Spot 40 buyer* 40 flyers 40 'j

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK, Au-. lfi. Previous Today TIN Straits spot and nearby 9(5.25 nom. 96.75 nom. nitures Augrust 95.25 bid 95.75 bid MM asked 9*5,75 asked September 04.50 bid 95.00 bid 95.25 nsked 96.00 asked October 93.50 bid 94.25 bid 94.50 asked 95.35 asked rONE: Steady. BALES: Nil.

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER spot Malabar 43, awaiting release Lampong spot and awaiting release Afloats 42*_. August shipment 43. Afloats 42*1'. August shipment Sarawak spot and awaiting 41V.. Sellers ex-dock. release 38, Afloats 38, August 38. Above prices quoted in U. S. cents per lb.

Copra, coconut oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, coconut oil prices Previous Today OPBA Philippines ci.f. UK/North I uropean delivered weight per l,.ng ton ,%ug./Sept $173 nom. $172 nom. > I'll A Philippines f.o.b. Manila in bulk per ton Unquoted Unquoted OPRA Straits ci.f. FK/North Juronoan delivered weight per b £63^ buyers long ton AuR./Sept. £64 Mllers

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES Previous Today industrials 456.09 453 26 ■hi Railroads I£J_H I __S__l Domestic Bonds 99 06 JSJJ 61 Stoc'ks^Composi'te Average 164.11 63-38

'Over the rainbow' at 78 to see Singapore [ARTICLE]

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'Over the rainbow' at 78 to see Singapore LIFE BEGINS lOR HER ON FUST FLIGHT IFE begins at 78 for Mrs. Mabel Dcvereux-t olebourn, mother of City Police Magistrate Mr. J. M. I>< vercux-Colebourn. when she Hies lor the first time on Saturday from Kalian*- Airport to the new Singapore

THE CARS GO UP AND ROUND IN GARAGE OF HIS DREAMS [ARTICLE]

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THE CARS GO UP AND ROUND IN GARAGE OF HIS DREAMS A ROBOT garage that looks like a huge water tower and works by push-but-ton i.s one man's idea of how to solve London's parking problem. John D. McClure, a 39-year-old Mayfair business man, is trying to persuade London County

NEW PATRON [ARTICLE]

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NEW PATRON Lady Black, wife of the Governor, baa sccepted an 1 1 Invitation to 1 I ron oj tl I Singapore Ch ty. 18

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"ELSE MAERSK" PORT SINGAPORE SWETTENHAM PENANG 17-26 Aug. 27 Aug. 31 Aug.-2 Sept. FOR NEW YORK BOSTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA MONTREAL (Direct) SHIP yy MAERSK j J!

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ASK, AND YOU GET 10 MINUTES The posting "deadline" at i asked the town's. Chamber of Upton-on-Severn. Worcester- r ni mvjcv. ihe Post Omce obliged, and shire, was 5 p.m. llow (hr linul collection li si "Will you extend it pleas. r > 10 p.m. THO OLDEST SCOTCH WHISKY DISTILLERS

HE 'SHOT UP' THE BANK OF ENGLAND [ARTICLE]

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HE 'SHOT UP' THE BANK OF ENGLAND H. THURSTON HOPKINS Aii eye-witness account by in nun imiiiMiiimi iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii Panic reigned in the City a madman was running amok with a revolver iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii THE WORLD'S STMI6EST STORIES ON" the morning of November 24. vjo3. I ma carrying a large parcel

HOW TO AVOID WALK-OUTS [ARTICLE]

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HOW TO AVOID WALK-OUTS lUEST GERMANY, where strikes art rare, helps to keep industrial peace within its boundaries by means of an effective labour court system. The courts apply jurisdiction to many conflicts which otherwise might lead to the calling of protest walk-outs by the unions in the plan' and

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picture. (iinu Lollobrigida, the famous Italian film star, accompanied by co-stars Burt Lancaster, Tony Curtis and Katy Jurado, and the whole cast of the film "Trapeze" now tetag filmed in Paris, last week paraded along the ChampsBiywM and the banks of the Setae in a snectacular parade reviving th« old

EACH DAY IT WAS Z-Z-Z-Z-Z [ARTICLE]

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EACH DAY IT WAS Z-Z-Z-Z-Z Bachelor s noise war on widow lIFE next door to J Bachelor Hollis was 000 long "zzzzz... ...zzzzz" complained Widow Rider. The noise, made by a ine in his house, was "weapon" In a neighs feud, she told Blackmagistrates. The feud started six years ago

MRS. SHARP EYES [ARTICLE]

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MRS. SHARP EYES Mrs. Margaret Gibbs. mother of a 17-year-old girl, of ham. Surrey. has won National Smallbore Rifle lation women's chamhip with 30 bullseyes in i w 29 of them "inners."

HIS £500 SHIRT VANISHED [ARTICLE]

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HIS £500 SHIRT VANISHED Seventy year old Charles Carr. who Jive* in one room in Clearer iquare, Lambeth S.E.. left 12 500 in £1 notes wrapped in a shirt while he went shopping. When he camback after half an hour the shirt and money were missing. So was a man

RIDDLE OF LEAPIN6 FISHES THAT DIED [ARTICLE]

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RIDDLE OF LEAPIN6 FISHES THAT DIED SCIENTISTS are trying to solve the mystery of the lightning 'madness" which 'ruck and killed thousands 1 of fish ln a 10-mile stretch of j ♦he River Trent. A Trent River Board expert j ouid: "One minute the fish; were swimming ab^ut tranquilly. The

'Savage verbal attack' made on witness [ARTICLE]

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'Savage verbal attack' made on witness TT was an ordinary washing day for Mrs. Lorna Lum--1 mis until she saw petrol cans covered with sacking in the next garden. "I noticed the cans while I was hanging out my wash." she said in court at Ipswich. "I saw cars draw

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I ieut.-Cmdr. Richard -Bailes (standing) is sailing 12.000 miles •rum Newcastle-on-Tyne, England, to New Zealand during an unpaid leave from H.M. Navy— "purely for amusement" and '"-cause he wishes to eat suckling pig and hear real calypso. picture. Reuter

There was no girl friend at the digs [ARTICLE]

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There was no girl friend at the digs STROLLINO through the thronged Winter Gardens at Blackpool at night, two detectives on holiday from Lce:ds saw two youths with a woman's handbag. It seemed odd so they questioned them. "It belongs to my girl friend." said one. "She i-s In my

Eth (Take It From Here) to wed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Eth (Take It From Here) to wed Miss June Whitlielcl— Flh, the flaaces of Mom la the radio comedy "Take It From Here"- is saaafSal to l>€ married. Her real-life fiance is Timothy Aitchison, a 27--year-old Su.ssex surveyor. Millions have followed the courtship of Fth and Hon (Dick Bentlcy).

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BIGGER AND BETTER MATERNITY HOSPITAL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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BIGGER AND BETTER MATERNITY HOSPITAL TERRY PILLAY Report by f AIIY BLACK, the wife of the (iovcmor of Singapore, opened the new extensions at the Kan- clang Kerbau Hospital. The operating theatres and labour wards are air-conditioned. Altogether the new extensions will cost $5,000,000. So far, $3,500,000 has been spent,

Stigma fear kept boy locked in room [ARTICLE]

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Stigma fear kept boy locked in room Vivienne Puckridge by A BOY, aged 11, was recently found by a social welfare worker locked in the tiny room of a house. He had been there seven years. He knew nothing of the outside world or even of his family. The only

THE GHOST JUST MADE HER LAUGH AND LAUGH [ARTICLE]

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THE GHOST JUST MADE HER LAUGH AND LAUGH D. M. DAVIES ISN ,rr it easy to lose your self-respect? You don't agree? I'm telling you it is. I know. I lost mine the other night. It happened this way. The girl friend and I were at a loose end. Let's

THE MILLIONAIRE JUST VANISHED [ARTICLE]

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THE MILLIONAIRE JUST VANISHED HAROLD TURNER By FREDERICK Broehwell Lloyd was—and still is- the central figure in an astonishing disappearance which is never likely to be solved. Many people, with skeletons in their family cupboards, or worries hitherto undisclosed, or just with "kinks," are apt to stage a disappearance, and

...and now it's Rock'n Roll [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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...and now it's Rock'n Roll KAY MURRAY tells about America's latest jaiz craze IMERICA is In the throes ol ;i nei* craze -••Rock 'n Roll." For the Initial (i. this Is a species of Jazz which has a heavy, strong rhythm, it has the teenagers dancing m the aisles, and

JIVE BEGINS AT 7.30 [ARTICLE]

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JIVE BEGINS AT 7.30 Francis Martin by GREATEST of white jazz trumpeters. So. paying their $3.30 a year dues, say the four or five thousand members of his club in London. The Humphrey Lyttelton Club lives four nights a week in an Oxford Street basement with depressing landscape murals that

NEW DISCS [ARTICLE]

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NEW DISCS While Toscanlnl has rerused to grow old. another veteran conductor, 78--year old Bruno Walter, has gracefully let aue sweeten and mellow his musicianship. Probably Brahms a reserved native Of northerly Hamburg, never dreamed that any conductor would read a .southern serenity Into Third .Symphony 'Philips 33 1/3 r.p.m.)

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RINGS on HER FINGERS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RINGS on HER FINGERS NAOMI JACOB t f;f| _aaattCt Naomi JAMS' became a best-selling novelist she was a MM* cessful actress. She has also been a teacher, a secretary, the supervisor of a munitions factory in the 1!I14-IK war, and an KNSA worker in the last war. She divides her

Did it happen... [ARTICLE]

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Did it happen... Another story in this series by famous writers of FACT or FICTION tales. Oid this actually happen? This is a riddle for YOU to solve. Tomorrow the answer will be published. _aaTj_

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MODELS EAT TO LOSE WEIGHT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MODELS EAT TO LOSE WEIGHT Surprised? But it CAN be done! I^VERY woman who J spells "glamour" with ;i capital "G" makes a point of looking at herself sideways in a mirror every so often- with her glasses on, if necessary. What she sees will often— send her on a

NOW COMES AN X-LINE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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NOW COMES AN X-LINE FASHION designers seem to be running through the entire alphabet in their search for new styles the latest is the X-line as revealed above. Christian Dior's workrooms have been responsible for it and it is now being shown in Paris. The X-line crosses ever the bust,

She disapproves of the 'familiar' kissing [ARTICLE]

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She disapproves of the 'familiar' kissing rpHE Englishman's CUS- torn of saying hallo to a girl with a kiss was condemned as "an awful habit" by 18 -year -old Cecile de Rougemont, daughter of a French diplomat. She was a guest at the coming-out dance of Miss Eifin Soames, held

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Idlers can't be sacked! [ARTICLE]

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Idlers can't be sacked! EMPLOYERS HAVE TO SIMPLY GRIN AND BEAR IT' -IN JOHANNESBURG I\o YOU want a Job in a country which is for white workers at least a booming paradise of full employment plus? Then, take a look at South Africa. Fantastic wages are offered by desperate employers

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THIS is the first picture of the new English Electric Canberra Mark f> in flight. Clearly shown are the changes in the wrings, which have been broadened between the engines and the fuselage. The overall upaa has been increased by four feet to (;s ft. These modifications, together with th"

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picture. SAID to have a visual rttfC from horizon to horizon is this nen Aldis daylight signalling lamp. Miss Pat Shepperd, of London, is seen trying it out at the recent British Instrument Industries Exhibition held at Karl's Court. London. To a person reading by it. the light from the

A-REACTOR WILL TEST MATERIALS [ARTICLE]

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A-REACTOR WILL TEST MATERIALS I>LANS for constructing the flrsl atomic research reac tor to be owned by g private Industrial company have been announced by the Westinghou Electric Corporation. Gwilym A. Price, Westing hou.se president) said the reactor will be used chiefly for tasting materials under conditions of nuclear radiation.

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Neither side vulnerable South dealer The bidding: SOUTH WFST NORTH EAST Pass pass I 0 Pass 2 2 9 2a> Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. All pass COME I nOBB declarer makes 1 deceptive ojkaXf In order to conceal information from die opponents; at other times, he

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DAILY CROSSWORD j L-^^^a-J- CLUES ACROSS 4 Vowel-less meeting places (6>. 1 A narrow pass to Jack, etc., 5 At this moment everybody ge' mostly (6-6). a letter first (4-3). 8 Over the French countryside 6 Street part of which seems t (8». have an irregular surface (12». 9 An

Private lives don't cut into box-office takings [ARTICLE]

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Private lives don't cut into box-office takings WHAT bearing, if any, does a film star's personal life have on his or her take at the box-office? Do the fans still take their screen idols' romances, marriages, stork dates and divorces to heart as they did a quarter of a century

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GOLDEN-HAIRED Lana Turner spends a restful holiday at Palm Springs prior to starting work on her newest film Dianne," story of the 16th century French Renaissance.

There can be no retakes for this CB ocean epic [ARTICLE]

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There can be no retakes for this CB ocean epic Michael Ruddy THE stand-in for Moses, (Charlton Heston) dropped the Ten Commandments accidentally as he descended from Mount Sinai, on a studio back-lot last week. C. B. DeMille was unperturbed. There are six sets or the tablet of stone in

Simone swears: 'It's a new hie — for me!' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Simone swears: 'It's a new hie for me!' RODERICK MANN ;*^reports^ SULTRY Slmonc Silva— the headline -happy J v_. actress deported from America in a blaze ()f notoriety recently i.s in hiding in London. She arrived back in the U.K. a few days ago disguised to avoid recognition after crossing

Peggy's performance may earn an Oscar [ARTICLE]

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Peggy's performance may earn an Oscar NOW it comes out that Jack Webb u asu't exaggerating, after all. During his filming of "Pete Kelly's Blues," he insisted that the little blues warbler, Peggy Lee, uould emerge as one of the great dramatic stars of the screen. Night after night, as

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3 MORE WINS AND LEONG WILL LOSE HIS WEIGHT ALLOWANCE by Our Racing Correspondent I/ITSON LEONG looks like heating John Manning in their own private rare tn reach the .'{Oth winner mark which means tne end of any claim to weight allowance. Young Kitson rod_» his 27th winner when he

MAtAY TENNIS TOURNEY TIES [ARTICLE]

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MAtAY TENNIS TOURNEY TIES Ties in the Malay Bportf Association's tennis tournament to be played at the M.S. A. OOUTti are: Tomorrow at I p.m.: A Blljak v Hamid Bllal; Saturday at 3 p.m.: Hussein Hamid v Sharitr; Ali Ytinoi Ibrahim Tiinkxl; shahbuddin v It M IfaphUS; Sunday at 3

Ties for girls' badminton [ARTICLE]

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Ties for girls' badminton The Singapore Badminton Associations schoolgirls' championships tournament ties for today are: j Court Xo. 1. Schoolgirls' Singles:— 045 p.m. Joyce Sim (Rafles Girls' Sch» v Doreen Lee (St. Margaret); luminah bt. Karim (Scott Rd Malay Sch.) v Lim Shu Liang I (Raffles); k. Usha (Pays Lebar

Boy Harry rides for the Queen [ARTICLE]

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Boy Harry rides for the Queen HARRY FOX, 18-year-old apprentice jockey from Keighley. Yorkshire, rode in a race at Great Yarmouth recently. His horse finished last of j the 12 runners in the sixI furlong race, but it was still the happiest day of Harry's life. It was only his

ACHILLES MEET [ARTICLE]

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ACHILLES MEET The Achilles Club and Army ath- letic meet, which was postpone-i j through rain last Friday will be j held at the S.R.C. padarig on Sunday.

HEAVY GOING WILL SUIT THESE HORSES [ARTICLE]

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HEAVY GOING WILL SUIT THESE HORSES PICKING winners on a wet track is a difficult thing! As a guide, here is a list of horses who will go wells =in heavy going. S CLASS 2—l 6F: Distributor, Ore, River Patrol. Rice Mill. 1 CLASS 2-2 6f: So What, Beccaflcoes, Robinl

Jockey Club faces trainers' revolt [ARTICLE]

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Jockey Club faces trainers' revolt By CAPTAIN HEATH T<IIE Jockey Club has a revolt A on Its hands. Bpeom and N«- v market trainers are sup- porting Jack Jarvis in his pro- test against the new rule holding trainers personally responsible for the correct saddling of their horses. Jarvis declared

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Sports Diary [ARTICLE]

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Sports Diary SOCCER SBHFA League and Cup: Group "A": Hongkong Bank v F N. Farrer Park; S.T.C. v Chartered I', ink, S.T.C. ground; Group "B": *<ime Darby v Mercantile Bank, *.< vlang"; Ford v Breweries, Farrer Park; Group "C": Guthrie v Jacks, I arrer Park; Bata v Cold Storage. Farrer

Three changes in British Isles team [ARTICLE]

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Three changes in British Isles team THREE changes one of them positional have been made in the British Isles iviigby Union team to meet ith Africa in the .second International in Capetown on Saturday. Gareth Griffiths (Wales) replaces Cecil Pedlow (Ireland i on the leftwing. Tom Held and) comes into

Two Station stars for MAAA meet [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Two Station stars for MAAA meet J. P. HAMILL R.A.F. SELETAR SPORTS ROUNO-UP By Tennis club expected TWO OF THE STATION'S TOP ATHLETES WILL REPRESENT THE SERVICES AT THE MALAYAN ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIPS AT IPOH ON AUG. 2G AND 27. They arc: J T Pratt 'javelin) who broke the FEAF r<

Italian to fight 'Pottie' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Italian to fight 'Pottie' By 11AKRY AKPFNTFI! AN opponent has been found for the Fighting Skylon, Kwart Potgieter. 7ft !in South African heavyweight. He is Zti year- old Antonio Crosia, of Italy, a mere tift. lin. midget weighing MVfcst. Siftnor ('rosia w ill just about eome up to "Potties" shoulders,

IMPORTANT CITY COUNCIL NOTICE [ARTICLE]

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IMPORTANT CITY COUNCIL NOTICE If the City Count il laboun n Btrikl th#» Cleansing Department need four co-op-ration in these I i ei 'he «n- e ;tf. (l to I of (!b«REFTJ u gon wIU .us far as bo son! Vou. pi atlon la needed to Dumps will bO S0(

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TEST 3re day England battle against brilliant Tayfiela [ARTICLE]

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TEST 3re day England battle against brilliant Tayfiela t ENGLAND, II A T T I. I N <« J AGAINST MAGNIFH IN I BOWLING AND TIGHT FIELDING. s( ORED 115 FOR EIGHT WICKETS IN THEIR SECOND INNINGS TESTERDA- TO LEAD SOUTH AFRICA BT tU FUNS WITH TWO MORE DAYS TO

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD ENGLAND Ist Inns 131 SOITH AFRICA Ist Inns 1 ENGLAND 2nd Imm (lose b doddard Ikin c Goddard b Heine Grareaej b lay Held 4» May not out ompton c Waite b Fuller Watson b Fuller Bailey lim Tayfield Spooner b Tayfield Faker b Tayfield 1 I.oek not out

Knee again [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Knee again J' HERE vere doubts last night whether Denis Compton. Who injured his I I knee while fielding against South Africa yesterday, I u ill be jit enough to field in South Africa's second innings. I Derek Morgan of Der- l>yshire, is the 12th man, Desmond Barrick having been

SURREY DRAW FURTHER AHEAD; YORKS BEATEN [ARTICLE]

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SURREY DRAW FURTHER AHEAD; YORKS BEATEN COUHTY T" KOUMB-UP .•<:<•: TURRET, who on Monday beat Gloucestershire by U runs, took a firm grip on retaining O the county cricket championship pennant yesterday as their nearest rivals, Yorkshire, suffered a five-wicket defeat asainst Middlesex at Leeds. Thus history more or less

MEDICALS MEET ON SEPT. 10 [ARTICLE]

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MEDICALS MEET ON SEPT. 10 Medical Services will hold their eighth annual athletic sports on Saturday, September 10 at Jalan Besar Stadium. The Chief Minister. Mr. David Marshall |g patron. Heat* will lie held on Aug. 27 and 28 at the College ground, Sepoy 1 *ltlPo.

British Isles in narrow win at Capetown [ARTICLE]

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British Isles in narrow win at Capetown BRITISH ISLES scored their 14th win in 16 matches when they beat Combined Southern Universities (Capetown and Stellabbosch) by 20 poiats (one goal, three tries, two penalties i to 17 (one goal, three tries one penalty) at Capetown yesterday. The tourists led 12-9

South China trounced 7-0 [ARTICLE]

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South China trounced 7-0 AUSTRIAN Rapid Club of Vienna completely overwhelmed the touring South China team from Hong Konr-, whom they beat by 7-0 at Melbourne yesterday. South China, one of the best j amateur sides to visit Austra- I lia, could not match the bril- liance of the professional

WORLD SWIM RECORD [ARTICLE]

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WORLD SWIM RECORD AN American team yesterday broke the world record in 40G metres medley relay with a time of 4 min. 178 sec. ln Tokyo. The world record Is 4 min. 18.1 .se^ nolri hv a Tlnnp.irian team Reuter

BRECHIN BEATEN [ARTICLE]

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BRECHIN BEATEN STENHOUSEMUIR beat Brechin Citv 2— U in a Scottish League Cup match yesterday which was brought forward from today. Reuter.

Australia in 5-0 victory [ARTICLE]

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Australia in 5-0 victory DAVIS CUP: KEN ROSEWALL beat Orlandp Irola, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, to give Australia a 4-0 lead over Italy on the concluding day of the Davis Cup interzone anal in Philadelphia yesterday. Lewis Hoad then made it 5-C when he beat Nicola Pietrangeli, 9-7, 6-2, 6-3,

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LE MERCIER says: Back SUGAR BUSH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LE MERCIER says: Back SUGAR BUSH Amateur tipsters H. B. 'TIMBER" WOOD'S selection for Saturday's races— KAM LOONG— finished third in Race 5. It paid $9 for a place. Timber is $1 down and takes second place in the Amateur Tipsters' League table below Mrs. Thelma Dennehy. Today, EMIL LE

POSITIONS [ARTICLE]

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POSITIONS THELMA DENNEHY (Marsiglio. Ist; Sooka 2nd) $4 H. W. WOOD (Kam Loong 3rd a $1 PAT O'SULLIVAN (Red Wolf 11, 2nd) ..—s2 "POP" LIM YONG LIANG (Producer, 3rd) ..—s2 RAIIIM OMAR (Pasamora, unplj —$10 RONNIE BARTII (Freedom Train unpl.) ..—slo JIM SCHEERDER (Three Rings uapL) ...—slo

Snow Blaze and Lime Dust today's best at B. Timah [ARTICLE]

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Snow Blaze and Lime Dust today's best at B. Timah FREE PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT ONOW BLAZE (Race Five) and LIME DUST (Race 3 Eight) two confident stable fancies, should make a safe double at Bukit Timah today. It was a dull and showery morning and the going this afternoon will

ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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ALL THE LATEST SELECTIONS J'""' MMIIIMMMMMMIIM.IIIMMIM II: 111l Kill lIHIIII ******************** Mill. -|T Kill II 11. Ml (lilt 111 II I III! 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ■> I IMlllfllllM.il 11l 1111l *****111l I lINIIIII C TRESPASSER PELANDOK EPSOM JEEP CALL BOY POINTER Race

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PROBABLE STARTERS AND RIDERS RACE 1-2.15: CLASS 3 5-» ?:,r =BS3! 766 Kh.uMh SUi Lim I g-jg JJ™ 1 10 068 Sunflower 4y bram fJohnnj Tan) Martin uejei I— rap 8.09 Daniel 954 Tawakal 8.06 Rodgers; Khasim B.00 Ellery. RACE 2 2.4 J: CLASS 3, DIV. 4 6 FURS. 1.

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Track form of today's Bukit Tim ah acceptors RACE ONE R| I) RUNNER; H-8-55 -MatIdes with Esparto in good ut over 3f in 39 3/5; 13-8-55 i d second last in Dlv. s— of VIOLA: 9-8-55; Steady-pace 11-8-55; Impressive sprint up straight; 13-8-55— Ran fifth to Bush in Div. 5

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