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The Singapore Free Press, 18 August 1955

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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The Singpore Free Press Largest Afternoon Sale in Malaya *****. Singapore, Tliurs.. \uz. is 1 rrlet IS I is

Tragedy as Sir Robert flies off [ARTICLE]

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Tragedy as Sir Robert flies off riiHE 19-year-old son of Sir 1 Robert Scott, British Minister in Washington who will succeed Mr. Malcolm MacDonald as Commissioner General, was drowned in a military exercise at Poole. Dorset, as his father was driving to Lond m Airport on his way to America,

Marshall: Start of a new era in freedom struggle [ARTICLE]

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Marshall: Start of a new era in freedom struggle MR MARSHALL, the Chief Minister, told the Assembly: This is a happy day for the people of Singapore. It marks 'he end of the first phase of our struggle for freedom it marks the beginning of a new era the present

CITIZENS HELP TO BEAT STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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CITIZENS HELP TO BEAT STRIKE Emergency City Council meeting called for tomorrow AN emergency meeting of the Singapore City Council Will be held tomorrow afternoon to discuss the iabour .strike, now in its second day. Mr. J. T. Rea, acting president, said the meeting was being called to give an

3 million demand big pay rise [ARTICLE]

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3 million demand big pay rise British union leaders of more than 3,000,000 engineering and shipyard workers yesterday lodged a claim for a substantial" wage increase which would cost the industry an estimated £100.000.000 a y \tr Reuter

RUBBER UP [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER UP The price for September first grade, fob. buyers, on the Singapore market this morning opened at $1.39 a lb.. 1. cents above yesterday's close. The lone was uncertain.

64 airport pages [ARTICLE]

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64 airport pages pHK new Singapore Airport at fay* "^-^JJ? I officially opened on Saturday. ro mark occasion the Free Press will publish tomorrow »j*-;** e 1/, t t ment Sling, in words and pictures, all >ou wani know about this 537.0M.0U0 project Alt port Make certain of getting tins

BRITAIN ASKS S'PORE TO COME TO LONDON TALK [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN ASKS S'PORE TO COME TO LONDON TALK Crisis: The Governor's reply M MA rpHE Governor, Sir 1 Robert Black, told the Singapore Legislative Assembly today. •In regard to constitutional matters, including the fourth point in the Resolution of JuK 25, I am authorised to say that Her Majesty's Government

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S'nore unionists meet Lennox-Boyd [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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S'nore unionists meet Lennox-Boyd ,<■■■■<.< ,„victi.'p mii ii win MARSHALL WITH SINGAPORE TRADE TH. COLON**

'Cut tax to aid exports' [ARTICLE]

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'Cut tax to aid exports' OVERSEAS MENACE TO U.K. IMIE rate ol taxation on industry in Britain is crippling its ability to meet overseas competitors, Mr John H. Lord, executive director of the Dunlop Rubber Company, said at Oxford last night when he addressed young British executives at a business

Loan to Persia [ARTICLE]

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Loan to Persia The Export-Import Ba n k yesterday in Washington mada loan of U5514,000,000 to Persia.

Federation step in British West Indies [ARTICLE]

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Federation step in British West Indies Chief Minister Norman Manley said at Kingston yesterday that Jamaica will attempt to have a British West Indies 1 federal constitution closer to dominion status than i.s now envisaged The Chief Minister said federation "may not be far j away. The British West Indies!

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UNA HINTED BACK-DAN [ARTICLE]

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UNA HINTED BACK-DAN UNA Schmidt, who remarried while her airmanhusband was a prisoner in Communist China. hinted yesterday at a reconciliation. but Daniel Schmidt said "no Una. who said tftie married logger Alford Fine in September, 1954. in the belief Schmidt was dead, was located publicly for the Hrst time

Cupid got to work in hospital [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cupid got to work in hospital VIVIENNE PUCKRIDGE By riiVVO and I half years 1 »ca Mr. il. I llarrill md Miss GcraMlne I. osier met in a sanatorium in the U.S. when thev were both seriously ill. After a lons parting, Mr. llarrill has come from Sumatra. where he

I'D KICK YOU TOO: MAJOR IS TOLD [ARTICLE]

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I'D KICK YOU TOO: MAJOR IS TOLD SERGEANT James Gallagher, in final testimony at his military trial for murder, said yesterday at his court-martial in New York he would kick anybody he caught stealing from him or his .squad -including the prosecutor. "If you stole my clothe.^. I'd boot you

THE ATOM AND MAN [ARTICLE]

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THE ATOM AND MAN and fish and duck eggs \I I N lf it.. dcai amounts ol in should ceptiun for several afterwards -lest they pro due .i-. iU 8 Atomic Energy Comml nt .t told the Geneva atoms-for-peace conference last night. Experiments with mice show that sufficiently severe radiation

Straight-up plans [ARTICLE]

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Straight-up plans America's first Jet-engine vertical take ofl VTO p has arrived at Edwards Air Force Base, California, to flight tesl A.P.

AT GOING SAID NO [ARTICLE]

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AT GOING SAID NO ther. Mr.s. Nellie Peters al Portland. Oregon, The call came from San Jose California. Mrs. Peters relayed Una's call about noun to Schmidt, who is in seclusion in Sacramento. Schmidt's attorney, H m ard Welch said "Una wants to sit down with Danny and his mother

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THE SCENE on the City Hall sleps as the ily President. Mr. T.PF. McNeice. presents the Commissioner-General, Mr Malcolm Mac- Donald, with a silver casket bearing the scroll conferring on aim Ihe fret dom ol th. cttj. Free Press ptctare.

UK TALKS ON TELEVISION FOR SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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UK TALKS ON TELEVISION FOR SINGAPORE Mi' I B Mr. 81 in ek from York, where I lons about Wnera lim< lonal >3 i> i nlm technique said he h I to Introduce II Into M ly next year. In London on a ten day before goin i to attend

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The Singapore Free Press THURSDAY Aug, 18,1955 Way to lose friends [ARTICLE]

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The Singapore Free Press THURSDAY A ug, 18,1955 Way to lose friends rTHE people of Singapore must be causing much thought these days for certain would be political leaders who an trying to bolster up their pretensions by a show of unionist support, and also union bosses who do not

THE EASY DAYS ARE OVER [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE EASY DAYS ARE OVER A MURDER TRIAL MARKS THE END OF A FANTASTIC ERA by a Special Correspondent 'VllE muitfc trial Of Emmi tt Dun .■nth ii. D Midori I an h-back to the futility of tin hectic. nerve-tingling eXCit ment that WhU summed up in the horribh postwar

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PAY RISE LIKELY FOR C.G. MEN [ARTICLE]

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PAY RISE LIKELY FOR C.G. MEN Foreign Office lo be approached I BOUT Mi employees of (he < ommissioner (.ener.il*s Ofllee in Singapore are likch to get .1 revision of their salary soon. result of the Singapore w rker.s' Union and the C Gent ral's Office The union had demanded

Man, 60, aided lottery [ARTICLE]

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Man, 60, aided lottery Tham Sin 60. pleaded guilty in Batu Gajah yesterday to assisting in carrying on 10,000 and 1.000 character lotteries. He was sentenced to a day's tail and a fine of $500 or three months' jail.

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nPACIOI S sea front >5 lawns at the Meyer Road home of Mr. and Mrs. Denis Murphy provided a perfect setting for the farewell party for the Chief Justice. Sir Charles Murray Ay-nsley. Many members of the legal profession, and SATA associates of Mrs. Margaret Murphy (above left) were among

Suspicious light [ARTICLE]

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Suspicious light In the Kuala Pilah district ol Negri Sembilan, a joint !>olice and military patrol fired at lights outside the perimeter wire of Clovelly Estate on Tuesday night.

MULTILINGUAL ISSUE NARROWING DOWN [ARTICLE]

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MULTILINGUAL ISSUE NARROWING DOWN Only Mandarin and Tamil extra THE number of extra lanx guages thai may be used in Singapore's proposed multi-lingual" Assembly are gradually being narrowed down. Following Monday's request by the Chinese Chamber oi Commerce that Mandarin be the 'only extra language for the Chine.se population. Indian

Malayan friends meet by chance in Australia [ARTICLE]

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Malayan friends meet by chance in Australia MANY friendships were renewed when the delegation of 12 representatives ol the Pan-Malayan Students' Federation met former schoolfellows studying al Australian universities. Arulanipalam Canaganayagam, of Cochrane Road, Kuala Lumpur, met for! the first time in four years former school friend Thurai Singam. whose

Club night [ARTICLE]

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Club night f The Chun;'- Recreation Club I of Taiplng will hold club night on Sept 3.

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THEY FEAR IT WILL HARM HOMEWORK [ARTICLE]

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THEY FEAR IT WILL HARM HOMEWORK Community leaders Would ireleonn* T\ but LEADERS ol various communities in Singapore .said yesterday that television for Singapore f/aj a "most desirable thing.'' However. educators had their own misgivings about TV's effect on schoolchildren and their studies Community leaders .said that a city like

Round the World Market Prices

U.K. closing prices [ARTICLE]

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U.K. closing prices LONDON, %u*. it. Previous Today Kl BUI.'R No. 1 RSS c.i.f. Kuropran unquoted unquoU'd l'(»i U August Kl HBI-.R No. 1 RSS c.i.f. European :<9 bujn 40 buyers Toils September ..40 sellers 40'. se 1 R1 BBCI No. i kss Spot 40 buyers 4')'i buyers 40'^ sellers

New York prices [ARTICLE]

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New York prices NEW YORK. Aug. 17. Previous Today TIN Straits spot and nearby 96.75 nom. 96.87 traded TIN futures August 95.75 bid 95 75 bid 96.75 asked 16.75 askrd September 95.00 bid 95 25 bid 96 00 asked 96.25 asked October 94.25 bid 9450 bid 95.35 asked 95.50 asked

U.S. PEPPER [ARTICLE]

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U.S. PEPPER Snot Milabar 43 awaiting release i Lampong spot And awaiting release 4:i P Afloar42'i August shipment 43 Afloats 421. August shipment 41«A Sarawak spot and awaiting 41 Sellers ex-dock, release 38, Afloats 38, August 38. Above prices quoted in U.S. cents per lb.

DOW JONES AVERAGES [ARTICLE]

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DOW JONES AVERAGES NEW YORK, Aug. 17. previous Today 4 )3 26 452.85 ?,<> Industrials 7mm 154.15 lit Railroads gg 93 98.93 41 Domestic Bonds JJJJ 64 44 15 Utilities 163.56 M Stocks Composite Average 163 38

Copra, eoconuf oil prices [ARTICLE]

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Copra, eoconuf oil prices Previous Today COPRA Philippines c.i.f. IK/North European delivered weight per $171 sellers long ton Au&./Sept. u nom COPRA Philippines f.o.b. Man.la in Unquoted bulk per ton w M COPRA Straits c.i.f. I K/North COCONUT OIL crude Straits_ oif. £87 sellerS L'K/Norlh European in bulk, per £88

Do not fear X-ray effects, Singapore doctors tell women [ARTICLE]

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Do not fear X-ray effects, Singapore doctors tell women WOMEN need have no fears about the effects ol X-rays if they consult qualified radiologists, Singapore doctors said yesterday. They were commenting on a warning by American scientists at the Atoms-for-Peace conference in Geneva this week that caution should be used

AIRCRAFT ON SHOW AT PAYA LEBAR [ARTICLE]

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AIRCRAFT ON SHOW AT PAYA LEBAR HIGH airline Officials from overseas and latest model 1 commercial aircraft will be at Singapore Airport, paya Leber, for the opening bv the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Alan Len-nox-Boyd, on Saturday alter-. noon. Executives from the home Offices of British Overseas Airways Corporation, Qantas Em-

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Manufacturers of Fine Platinum Cold Jewellery Mf Diamond Rings Mf Ear Rings Mf Bracelets Mf Pendants Mf Necklaces Mf Double-Clip Brooches, etc., etc. LANKA JEWELLERS, (TIIK HOUSE FOR CEYLON OEMS) 20. BATTERY ROAD. SINCAPORE 1 PHONE ***** -—-—a We specialise in HAULAGE and STORAGE SINGAPORE BAGGAGE TRANSPORT AGENCY LTD. li,

FORTY MEN IN A CAGE [ARTICLE]

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FORTY MEN IN A CAGE John Robbins 2 aV marathon trial finally broke the power of M mam im mi MM mmm. _V Italy's dreaded secret society -THE CAMORRA by THEWORLO'S STRAIGEST STORIES pENNARO CUOCOLO broke the oath of the Cumorra. one of th< most powerful ecret thai has ever

Untitled [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ll!IIIIIIIIIHimimilll--imilllllll--IIMIMIg THE cage is still used In Italy whenever a j large number of dangerous prisoners go on trial. This picture i liows Italian i gangsters eaged in a j Naple- police court in IMI C to face 51 charges of holdups, blackmail and attacks on pe cc. A. P.

THE BROTHERHOOD [ARTICLE]

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THE BROTHERHOOD TUT Camorra originated in Neapolitan prisons daring the Bourbon epprei sion early in the Ifth onturv. Its objects were at lirst j social, but from 18tU awwards it was an unscrupulous poli j tieal ling using an arm\ ol j criminals for its anti-national j ends. Enrico Alfano,

'CALL-UP BOYS PAY N.C.O.s' ALLEGATION [ARTICLE]

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'CALL-UP BOYS PAY N.C.O.s' ALLEGATION rpHE HJLF. is Investigating allegations that eorp have been receiving money and presents from callup boys. An investigation i.s going on at Cardington the old-time airship station near Bedford where R.A.F. National Servicemen report— and at other camps. -j The commanding officer No. 2 Reception

Motor-cycle? No -it's a scooter [ARTICLE]

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Motor-cycle? No -it's a scooter Five magistrates at Northfleet, Kent, rejected a defence plea that a German Messersehmitt three-wheeled scooter is a motorcycle. And then they gave L-driver Bayard John Britain. of Islington, London, an absolute discharge for using a Messerschmitt without having a nualified driver with him.

The demure headmistress just HAD to hold that powerful intruder... [ARTICLE]

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The demure headmistress just HAD to hold that powerful intruder... THE girls of St. Hilda's would have bet anything that their gentle, grey-haired headmistress did not know an upper-cut from an irregular verb. And they would have lost— as they have found to their excited surprise. For it has now

TWINS BORN 200 MILES APART [ARTICLE]

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TWINS BORN 200 MILES APART Portuguese West Africa, and the second, a boy. in the county hospital at Benguela. 200 m;i away. A special plan- mother and a doctor there. I 1 TWINS have been born to a Portuguese colonist's wife 200 miles apart from each other. The first, a

'Infamous' act of Sergeant Hardy [ARTICLE]

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'Infamous' act of Sergeant Hardy njX) j-iil f«r 18 month* 1 has gone a 28-year- E old Regular soldier. A t court had decided he was j responsible for injuries to his daughter Anne, aged e three, including fractures of both wrists. ind, it WM stated, what j appeared to

Police go into action to cut road accidents [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Police go into action to cut road accidents In N DON'S Metropolitan Police liim Isonehed a prolonged nen tampolgo la redact the risinf toil of road MA t nh 1 1 1^ in the ity. Ki-vnote of th. tamptlga is ■Courtesj everybody, please.* 1 lire*' hiiii(l r e J traffic

Mother was too late to see dying daughter [ARTICLE]

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Mother was too late to see dying daughter A GIRL had seven teeth out In hospital, but her mother was not told until live hours later. And by the time she reached the hospital her daughter was dead A coroner eomm >nted "I regard the whole tiling a.s disclosing a

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES

Words of wisdom to a young donkey [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Words of wisdom to a young donkey >AMKI. >ou ma> be only 1 .1 week old and ynu I in.i\ be only a donkey hut there are eertain things you Ollgbt to know. One i way to (el Utfciti from (those two-legged animals, humans. j s to look just a**

HEAD HUGGER [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HEAD HUGGER picture. picture. DELICATE at a flOWtf bud is this Charming forward beret in shell pink gleaming straw, with black velvet underbrim and matching bow at the ventre back. Rosebuds perch on the crown, while vetting makes a sojt silhouette for the hat. Reuter THE Duke of Edinburgh accompanied

Look, mum, only one leg... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Look, mum, only one leg... PICTURE. pn lur< pit tu rr ONE LEG EACH WEIL. NOT REALLY. THE HEEL OF A SKATE > BEHIND THE GIRL ON THE LEFT GIVES THE GAME AWAY. BUT WHEREVER THEY HAVE TUCKED THEIR LEGS THESE THREE ITALIAN GIRLS MAKE A PRETTY PICTURE AS THEY

Into a tigers' cage [ARTICLE]

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Into a tigers' cage D. M. DAVIES AWAY. FROM IT ALL... BY TbONT be afraid." E said the notice. E E Don't be afraid! Huh, E E there's a laugh. I wa.s E petrified The girl E E fn, nd had wanted to Z RO to Johore Zoo, so I

She'll bring light into a world of darkness [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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She'll bring light into a world of darkness I ADELAIDE EAST-; I LEY MEETS A WOMAN WITH f FAITH, A WOMAN WHO NEEDS I YOUR SUPPORTJj 1 1 AVE you ever spent a day v. ith a blind boy or I baby? even one bOUr? H you, instead, given coin

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A hunting vve will go. .but not for Mr. William Humphries and his golden eagle Lady BOH Nevis the panoply of pink, of hounds and horses when they go hunting fox. I.ad> lien i Nevis, neighing 60 pound-* and with a win;; span Of seven feet, has already killed more

Everyone wants to buy a car [ARTICLE]

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Everyone wants to buy a car One of the major ambitions of many people is to own a car. Today Free Press correspondents report on just how easy it is to get one in various countries BRITAIN has the second densest car population in the world, being led only by

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1> ril||_: Austrian Touring m\ Club has put into] > service a mobile wi fclhapi I in which any ear can be< > throughly tested. The< small bus workshop willj >S lout Austria to test with-) V out charge, ears of mem-l s ber.s of the elub. A small) >

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MYSTERY at the HELM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MYSTERY at the HELM SIR ARTHUR GRIMBLE by I HAD sailed 18 n across lagoon, 1 rember, to talk to Mrs. Grant about nothing but .al of her trade e licence up there- at 1 arawa North End. Tin grim old widow was strictly against the government and had never

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QUEEN In ileiika oi (inert*, on tour of Macedonia, sous corn seed behind ;i primitive wooden plough drawn by bullocks near the rillagC of Kcntri kon a few days a^o. A.P. pu:tuie.

DID IT HAPPEN ? [ARTICLE]

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DID IT HAPPEN This story--another in the series of FACT or FICTiOh tales by famous writers mi^ht have happened. Or is it sin^ a tail story,? Tomorrow the answer will be published.

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Till' ansv.er to yesterday's 4 'DM if Happen" itory "RINGS ON* HER FINGERS" is, NO. a did nol happen.

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BOSOMS ARE BACK [ARTICLE]

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BOSOMS ARE BACK JANE BARRY b L Thanks to Mr. Dior If LAT chests are finish ed. Christian Dior. the man who gave tin m the world, ha.s nowtaken them away again. Bosoms are back. 11^ winter creation, with hipa and waist rising in a _tem-like line to a high,

STAR'S IMPRESSED [ARTICLE]

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STAR'S IMPRESSED FATHER WILLIAMS can't J stop talking about her wonderful reception abroad, especially in Britain. "Never seen such enthusiasm, but the weather! My admiration for the British is boundless," Esther said. "I wish our children were as polite.''

She uses psychology in marriage [ARTICLE]

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She uses psychology in marriage OHAUNA TRABERT, pretty wife of this year's Wimbledon champion »Tony Trabert. is one wife who uses psychology in marriage. She doesn't want Tony to turn tennis pro Why not? Out comes Shauna's psychology. Tony isn't made for that life," she says. "He needs to go

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OSCAK ol Paris presented Winter hats for Winter thai at least look warm, when he showed his Autumn Winter collection last week. Here is an after ski helmet in woollen net worked with gald thread, verv much like the wartime "Balaclava helmet" worn bv troo-pO. Pa»»f pletare.

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1,1 1 -1 I 1 m a9BW CLUM Acmosfl 11 u 11U,UimI 2 Simf^r 11 lOr LOm3 n 1 A whole snswtrl Only partlj ft. A person of eclat? If there Is s 10 rt-tempered person on 1 iemoVid r4) the river? .5). 1. Add, nothing to this for a

THEY THOUGHT THIS KILLER A GHOST [ARTICLE]

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THEY THOUGHT THIS KILLER A GHOST AUSTRALIA ii today celebrating and mourning the d of the Hed Range killer. a do^ that had won fame across that country. Th*- killer. giant animal measuring six feet one Inch Irom tip to tip, arid 12 po inda, had ter- a large art

'Now Sari! [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Now Sari! "THAT'S gratitude for you," exclaims (irumpv. the Giraffe at the London Zoo. as he surveys from his height what's going on in the elephant enclosure. For while a considerate keeper is giving little Sari a eooling shower from a hose. Sari's busy picking the keeper's pocket. "Why, for

Bridge Hand [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bridge Hand Neither side vulnerable South dealer II If almost nxiomatlc In bridge that the partner who makes a fancy l>ld must accept the responsibility ll lt results ln disaster. However, In this hand North's two-dlMnond bid Ls not quite M fancy as U MtBM and South, who made thref

What has happened to those Armada chests? [ARTICLE]

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What has happened to those Armada chests? OIXTY TWO YEAR OLD cave explorer James G. Gardner wants to know what has happened to two Spanish Armada treasure chests which, he believes, are somewhere in England. Mr. Gardner, president of the Speleological (underground exploring) Society, has proof I hat the chests

SINKING? YOU MAY BE SAVED BY THIS 'CIGAR' [ARTICLE]

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SINKING? YOU MAY BE SAVED BY THIS 'CIGAR' A HAMBURG marine engineer has designed a luxurious cigar-shaped closed ship's lifeboat which, he says can remain on board a linking ship until the very last moment without running the risk of beina drawn under by the suction of the sinking vessel

GARY LEARNS AS HE STROLLS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GARY LEARNS AS HE STROLLS MICHAEL RUDDY by '■\\ll. ca uaL i a 9 going, extremely Ithy, he wa.s bom in Heli na, Montana, the State noted for cattle. magnificent scenery, and reservations of thel Crow and Blackfoot Indians. Hi.s name isl ink Joseph Cooper. Ati 54, he owns a

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WAXIJROBK m;in Sammy Ifc-nson Ls completely dwarf ed by the statuesque Dorothy lord, featured in a forthcODllllf comedy film. M be savs hello to her in the bmck lot of a Hollywood studio.

It was that paper route [ARTICLE]

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It was that paper route IT was a nostalgic setting for Glenn Ford when he was performing scenes with Doro thy McGuire and Katy Juradn at a small suburban home In Santa Monica The film location depicts Miss aTurado'i home in the new picture. "Trial Ford took one look at

Jerry adds that extra part-inch [ARTICLE]

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Jerry adds that extra part-inch Ii I KY LEWIS literally is Just a growing b<»y The othei day uln ctor Tashlin accosted Lewi on tii».•ioi A l l t .1 |< Y< i; grew i ra hUn 'Who's challen •J' ry. Dean Martin took out m< ssure Sure enough, I

Susan's new sales slogan [ARTICLE]

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Susan's new sales slogan QUBAN HAYWARD kj This will be the Slogan for "Ml Cry Ti row and the studio hop. will have as much effect .1. I i r rx Talks Fact is, Su>an dcci sing and verv well

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SBH LATEST POSITIONS AND RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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SBH LATEST POSITIONS AND RESULTS YESTERDAY'S rcsalta and latest positions in the Singapore B»' v| ii Houses Leagtts end < up ,,r petition si e; GROVE ii Bank 7 I N. i C. Bank re<eiv<u a w.o. from I i .ii tion I' \V I) L P API Tal Board

No sympathy tor Chris [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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No sympathy tor Chris photo. /MIRIS II ATA WA Y. Vy looking dirty and dusty alter failing while running the 440 it the Territorial Army athletic meeting at Chelsea, is slopped hy a young autograph hunter who shows little sympathy lor Chris as he worries him for hi.s now famous

SPECIALS XI [ARTICLE]

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SPECIALS XI SjK'i i;il Con.strtDUl.uy s<>< cer icilm ei Junlara al P*arrei omorroa win ix- Ktocted from: c w Gallstan, s Bakar B T Kim Bala Kelllwon, Haahim ReySharif! Y Abdullah. O. Zaka rl it. [> Angullla, M. Loti K i )M. I Ahmi-u Uuvindi -nd Sli.mtl.

A FAMILY AFFAIR [ARTICLE]

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A FAMILY AFFAIR IUIE Haworth family of Spring Hill I Lanes have been chiefly responsible for putting their local cricket club into the Final of the Haslingden League's Knockout competition. There are two branches of the family. Of the eleven, Ron. Joe, John and Frank are brothers and then there

ADDISON TAKES R.A.F. GOLF CUP [ARTICLE]

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ADDISON TAKES R.A.F. GOLF CUP G. H. Add-on returned 73 to wm the Royal Air Force cup (36 hold Stableford) at the Royal Island <n>lt Club. Runner-up was F. W. Norn.-,. »>!»', Ball sweep winners- Dr Ong Swee and G. H. Addison <36'_. >.

RAZAK'S DOUBLE HELPS SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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RAZAK'S DOUBLE HELPS SCHOOL Anglo-Chinese School maintained their unbeaten record when they Victoria School by 92 run, at cricket yesterday. ACS 139-4 decl. i Abdul Razak 72 no, Kanehanlal 38). Victoria 47 rhambyraj 17, Abdul Razak 5-4. 1 Haruu i-ltt).

SPARTAK BOSS TELLS ALL [ARTICLE]

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SPARTAK BOSS TELLS ALL t t EXCLUSIVE FROM MOSCOW: RI SSIA\ STARS DANCE THEIR WAY TO BY THE SIWRTAK MANAGER TPBE Russian football world culled Spartak tin* J team of neveroyatnos incredibles when they] heard we were teaching our players ballroom; dancing, ballet dancing, and the Russian Cossack J dancing.

RSYC races on Saturday [ARTICLE]

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RSYC races on Saturday THE Royal Singapore Yacht Club will hold its second .summer ;atU on the Betet Singkir cour.se m Saturday Bventa beins competed for at thli regmtU which l.s the fourth this i son, uill be t lie Coronation Cup i >r senior and junior fours and th»

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CHANGI WIN FINAL GAMEBY 10 WKTS. [ARTICLE]

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CHANGI WIN FINAL GAMEBY 10 WKTS. I l-

Jackie's Kuda is top-class sprinter [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jackie's Kuda is top-class sprinter [RBI PRESS RACING CORRESPONDENT] JACKIE'S KI DA. a three-year old b> (Hup de I; on is unmistakably Class 1 material I his handsome chestnut colt stored spectacular runaway win from the best in I.ish 2 over (if. at Bukit 'I imah yesterday. Out in front

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TALKIE AND SABRINA IN ROUSING GALLOP [ARTICLE]

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TALKIE AND SABRINA IN ROUSING GALLOP "jMLKIK II AM) SAIIKINX I (Bl Lit HIKE MATCHI IN A SPLENDID ILLOP on Mil TRAININLi TRACK AT Bl KIT TIM Ml THIS MORNING. B* m thi >t it 1. 1 3: ielin time of 37 2 5 rat* '-Hoi t tc of th

RACE WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY [ARTICLE]

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RACE WEIGHTS FOR SATURDAY ii tights for aii eight races on Balwriajr, last day of the Singapore Turf Club August Meeting arc: (I.. I Div. 1 91 Ocean Pearl 9.00 Kim Lmmj 8.10 Golden Melody 8.U9 Captain Valiant 8.09 T.ular II 8.07 Olympic 8.05 The Camel 8.01 Little Pappa 8

Flavell's 9-13 season's best [ARTICLE]

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Flavell's 9-13 season's best rCOUMTY 7 CKICKBT lOHN flavell. Worcestershire a rightarm medium-pace bowler, achieved the best bowttni performance of the season In the county cricket matches yesterday when he dl missed nine Kent batsmen loi only 13 runs at Dover. The previous best was nine for thirt.y-five by .John

Lock and Laker win a thriller for England [ARTICLE]

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Lock and Laker win a thriller for England F'NGLAND WON THRILLING, CLOSELY-FOUGHI i, SERIES BV THREE VICTORIES TO TWO YESTERbU WHEN THEV BEAT MM 111 IFRICA BY 92 RUNS IN i„ iII Til IND FINAL CRICKET TEST AT THE OVAL Th England 15] md SH South Ainca 122 and IM.

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD ENGLAND Ist Inns f£| ■Ol TH AFRICA IM Inns ENGLAND 2nd law (lose b Goddard Ikin c <• "(hi. u b Heine Graveney I. Tayfield i> May not out m Compton v Waile b Fullei Watson b Fuller Bailey lbw Tayfield Spooner b Tayfield q Faker b Tayfield Lock

COMBINED R.A.F. WERE TOO GOOD [ARTICLE]

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COMBINED R.A.F. WERE TOO GOOD COMBINED RAF. pro' ed good for Combined Army-Navy A-hom they beat 6-1 at Changi yesterday. R.A.F. scorers were: Clarke, barter (2), Ibrahim, Slade (2). Godfrey scored for Army-Navy. 1

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