A Fun Fair for the welfare of Malayan Armed Forces families, was recently hold at the Malayan capital, Kuala Lumpur.
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Federation Army's Flag. on the Fun Fair Ground.
Establishing shot of the Fun Fair
M.S. The Fishing cost drinks Store.
M.S. of boys holding fishing rods with rings to bring up bottles of soft drinks for 10 cents per try.
C.U. of bottles of soft drinks being lifted up.
Football scoring store. M.B. of the goal.
M.S. of English boy kicking the football to score the goal.
M.S. of the football fail to get in the goal.
M.S. of the walking poles race.
Cutaway shots of spectators.
M.S. of the needle work sales.
M.S. of Malay women selecting their purchase.
The Baby Show, L.S. of babies lining up for examinations.
M.S. of the judge, DR. Mohamad Din, the acting Director of Medical service (left) examine the baby.
C.U. of the English woman, Mrs Rughes, the State Hatren. carrying the baby.
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Cont. of Baby show. C.U. of babies.
C.U. of Mothers looking after their babies.
M.S. of Mr. Mohamad Din examine another baby.
C.U. of Mr. Mohamad Din writing down points on the paper.
Cut away shots of babies crying.
L.S. of the general view of the Baby show.
L.S. of the general view of the Fun Fair.
L.S. of the Model train loaded with passengers coming in the station.
M.S. of children ???ghting from the train.
C.U. of passengers in the train.
M.S. of the train moves on.
The winner of the baby show is 6 month old AZZINDIN bin Resarudin.
M.S. of Radio Malaya staff interview the mother of the winner.
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Background: A Fun Fair for the welfare of Malayan Armed Forces families, was recently hold at the Malayan capital, Kuala Lumpur.
Malaya became an independent country last year and her young army is now undergoing expansion with aid -both financial as well as technical - from Britain. Commonwealth countries like Australia are also helping by training potential officers.
The Fun Fair, the first of its kind in Malaya, was organised by British and Malayan army wives, and was very successful.
Essentially, it was like any other fun fair - lot fun and games for the children, lucky dips, contributions like needle work and local products for sale.
A baby show, part of the fun fair, created considerable interest. Thirty eight babies were contesting for the title, and Malaya's Director of Medical Services Dr. Mohammad Din had a tough time examining them before the final selection.
Six month-old Azzindin was voted the "bonniest" baby of the lot and the proud mother was the immediate object of newsmen's interest.