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Singapore Standard STANDARD POLICE XXXXX (5 lines) 2400 it m i. FIRE BRIGADE GENERAL HOSPITAL 2811 2414 YoL VI. No. 186 SINGAPORE, MONDAY, JANUARY 9, 1956 12 PAGES 15 CEMS

FIRE RAZES K.L SLUM [ARTICLE]

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FIRE RAZES K.L SLUM All Lives Spared KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.-Fire destroyed more than a thousand squatter shacks in the heart of the Federal Capital today. Thousands lost their homes and most of what they possessed. Many were hurt. Some seriously. There were no deaths. For more than two hours they

Ike's Mind On Future 'Not Fixed' [ARTICLE]

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Ike's Mind On Future 'Not Fixed' KEY WEST. Florida, Jan. 8, (AP) President Eisenhower said today "my mind at this moment is not fixed" as to whether to seek a second term. The president, at his first new s conference since his Sept. 24, heart attack, said the big question

SOUVENIR BURGLARS [ARTICLE]

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SOUVENIR BURGLARS HOLLYWOOD Jan. 8 (AP) Burglars with a burning desire for mementos of the old west ransacked the homes of two of Hollywood's fanciest dressing cowboys on Friday night. The victims, both away from their homes at the time, are Hugh O'Brian. who plays a U.S. marshal on television,

Snow Follows London Smog [ARTICLE]

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Snow Follows London Smog THE first heavy snowfall of the winter began falling in London today after a week of smog and fog. Snow also was falling in the north of England and parts of Scotland.— UP.

1,000 HOMES GO UP IN SMOKE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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1,000 HOMES GO UP IN SMOKE THIS exclusive Standard picture was shot from The Standard's new office in Kuala Lumpur. It shows the fire at its blaznest. The woman in the picture below is being comforted by a neighbour during the height of the fire. She is crying because she

Portuguese Give In To Peking [ARTICLE]

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Portuguese Give In To Peking TAIPEI, Jan. 8, (UP)— The Macao Government has yielded to the Communists and agreed to pull down the memorial statue which was built only recently for the 400th anniversary of the Portuguese province, the Nationalist Chinese press reported today. Evening newspapers said the 18-metre high

MOSSADEGH QUESTIONED [ARTICLE]

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MOSSADEGH QUESTIONED TEHERAN. Jan. 8 (AP) Dr. Mohammed Mossadegh, jailed ex-premier of Iran, was brought from 'lis prison cell to Teheran yesterday for questioning about the assassination of General Ali Razmara, the man he succeeded as Prime Minister in 1951. It was Mossadegh's first visit to the capital since his

Nuns Help In Orphanage Fire [ARTICLE]

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Nuns Help In Orphanage Fire BUFFALO, New York, Jan 8, (AP)— Twenty-one nuns led 104 children to safety yesterday as fire raced through the three-storey main building of the German Roman Catholic orphan home. The youngsters were led out holding hands while flames spread downward from a tower and into

Neighbourly Comfort [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Neighbourly Comfort family were all killed. They had only dispersed in the melee She lost everything. But she was later reunited with her family. There were scores of cases of women who had thought their loved ones had perished. Happily, no one died in the fire though many were injured

P.I. Arms Against Red Infiltration [ARTICLE]

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P.I. Arms Against Red Infiltration MANILA, Jan. 8 (UP)— The Philippine Government has decided to strengthen the intelligence arm of its aimed forces to cope with the new Communist strategy of peaceful infiltration, it was learned today. Informed administration sources said the President and Cabinet members in their special meeting

Emergency Relief Centre Ready By Night [ARTICLE]

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Emergency Relief Centre Ready By Night VICTIMS GET FOOD, CLOTHING AN emergency relief centre to deal with the thousands of people rendered homeless and destitute through today's fire was set up tonight in the Kuala Lumpur Municipal building. The centre, under the personal direction of the Municipal President, Mr. A.

Sir Anthony Not Quitting [ARTICLE]

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Sir Anthony Not Quitting LONDON. Jan. 8 (Reuter) —Mr. R. A. Butler, leader of the House of Commons, today emphatically denied rumours that Bit Anthony Eden was to give up the premiership and that he would succeed to the post. Mr. Butler, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, was speaking at

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FIFTY INJURED TRYING TO SAVE BELONGINGS IN BIG BLAZE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FIFTY INJURED TRYING TO SAVE BELONGINGS IN BIG BLAZE A CONSTANT stream of the 5,000 squatters fleeing the fire with what they could salvage, snarled traffic, and choked the alleys at Batu Road. It took some time before the police had things under control. Picture (left) shows some of the

Squatters Kept In Terror As Wind Fans Fire [ARTICLE]

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Squatters Kept In Terror As Wind Fans Fire KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. More than 50 people were injured in the Batu Road squatter colony fire here today. They were given first aid. The more serious were conveyed to hospitals in ambulances and private cars whose drivers volunteered. Most were injured while

REQUEST FOR TEMPORARY PERMITS ON STC ROUTES [ARTICLE]

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REQUEST FOR TEMPORARY PERMITS ON STC ROUTES A THREE-MAN delegation of the Singapore Chinese Bus Owners' Association will approach the City President, Mr. J.T. Rea, today for permission to extend temporary services on all main routes run by the Traction Company. At the moment, five companies Keppel, Paya Lebar, Ponggol.

M.C.A. Joins Relief Column [ARTICLE]

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M.C.A. Joins Relief Column KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— Mr. Ong Yoke Lin. Telecoms Minister, said the Selangor MCA (of which he is the president) would help the present disaster relief column comprising the Red Cross, St. John, Police. Civil Defence, and other voluntary organizations. Most of the Federal State. Municipal Councillors

Contest In Festival Of Youth [ARTICLE]

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Contest In Festival Of Youth BATU PAHAT, Sun. A "young citizen week" will be declared here on Jan. 21 to 27, by the District Youth Council with "Youth in a Changing Malaya," as its theme. Civics, oratory and games contests will be held on district and state levels for the

Political Changes Have Caused Transfer Of Rubber Says Hay [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Political Changes Have Caused Transfer Of Rubber Says Hay Standard Shipping Reporter RECENT political developments in Malaya have a definite bearing on the gradual transfer of rubber planting interests to other countries, said Sir John Hay, British rubber magnate, on his arrival in Singapore on board the Chusan from Britain

Two Lectures By Indian Swami [ARTICLE]

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Two Lectures By Indian Swami SWAMI PRANAVANANDA, who is now in Singapore on a spiritual mission round the world, will give public lectures at the Gandhi Memorial Hall in Race Course Lane today and tomorrow at 6 p.m He leaves the Colony on Saturday for Indonesia.

Spencer On His Way To Join Tunku [ARTICLE]

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Spencer On His Way To Join Tunku THE Federation's Minister for Economic Affairs. Mr. O.A. Spencer, arrived in Singapore yesterday on his way to join Tunku Abdul Rahman and his merdeka mission in London. He is going there as adviser to the Chief Minister. "I have not been given any

INSURANCE CLERKS MEET [ARTICLE]

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INSURANCE CLERKS MEET THE Singapore Insurance Companies Employees' Union will hold a meeting at the Post and Telegraph Union Hall, Serangoon Road, on Jan. 22. Among other things, they will discuss claims for better wages and working conditions.

'MAKE GOOD USE OF NEGOTIATIONS' [ARTICLE]

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'MAKE GOOD USE OF NEGOTIATIONS' And Avoid Rows— Minister PENANG, Sun.— The Federation Minister for Labour, Mr. V. T. Sambanthan, said here today that the right to strike was a democratic right ensured by law. "But we hear too often the talk of strikes," he said, at the annual meeting

Methodists Plead For 'Objectors' [ARTICLE]

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Methodists Plead For 'Objectors' MALACCA, Sun. The Malayan Methodist Conference wound up its 61st session here this evening with a united service of worship, presided over by Rev. T. Doraisamy. Rev. P. Athumuthu read the pastoral prayer, Rev. E. S. Lau the Lesson, and Bishop Raymond L. Archer delivered the

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Why Women Act That Woy They can't throw well because their bones aren't built like men's. They do go on frenzies of furnituremoving (for this "nesting impulse," blame their thyroid glands). But they stand cold better than men, hear better and only change their minds half as often! Facts behind

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ENGAGEMENT THE engagement is announced between Mr. Tak Koi Ping, seventh son of Mr. and Mrs. Pak Phooi Loy, and Miss Mary Cheah, elder daughter of Mr. Cheah En? Hin and the late Madam T*« Char Boh. of Penans, |n\) Jan. 7. 1956. li|p TUITION T/"ACANCIES VI/IX Morning/. v Afternoon.

$12 MIL. ROAD AND BRIDGE PLAN IN KEDAH [ARTICLE]

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$12 MIL. ROAD AND BRIDGE PLAN IN KEDAH SULTAN OPENS BADLISHAH BRIDGE *,£!J£!-£Jb UMPUR Sun The Federal Government is to spend some $12,000,000 to improve the rood system and to construct new bridges in the State of Kedah, the Minister for Works, Inche Sardon bin i..?'L .j' sa«d this morning

Klang Wedding [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Klang Wedding Ch'ng Seng Poh photo by THE wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Lee Seng Leng took place last week at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Slang. The bride, the former Miss Catherine Hon Swee Chin, is the third daughter &f Mr and Mrs. Hon Shin Khee.

S.I.T. Union Plans To Give Strike Ultimatum [ARTICLE]

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S.I.T. Union Plans To Give Strike Ultimatum SINGAPORE Improvement Trust Labour Union, representing the 600 daily-rated employees of the Trust will today give a 14-day ultimatum to the authorities to settle the workers' demand. A special meeting of the Ur.:on. summoned to discuss the issue, also authorized its executive committee

India's Press Is Too Foreign, Says Diplomat [ARTICLE]

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India's Press Is Too Foreign, Says Diplomat CALCUTTA, Jan. 8 (Reuter) Sardar K. M. Panikkar, Indian diplomat and historian, said here yesterday that in his opinion Indian newspapers gave "undue space" to European news. Opening the 12th annual All-India Newspaper Editors' conference, he said that so far as India was

INCREASED U.S. AID OPPOSED [ARTICLE]

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INCREASED U.S. AID OPPOSED WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. (UP) Chairma n Walter F> George of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said yesteraay he yvill oppose any increase in foreign economic aid President Eisenhower may request. George said he i s willing to go along with a "reasonable" programme of continued military

GIFT FOR HO [ARTICLE]

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GIFT FOR HO BERLIN. Jan. 8. (Reuter)— East Germany has made a gift of a complete modern hospital to North Vietnam, the East German daily newspaper Neues Deutschland said yesterday.

Ipoh's Lafest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ipoh's Lafest Lee Thong Choon photo by IPOH Fire Services' new acquisition is this $37,000 Thames "Firefly" Mark II fire engine, which arrived in town on Friday. It has a buiit-in foam unit, 50--foot ladder and a 400--gallon water tank. Standard

PLANNERS TIRE OF S.I.T. UNIFORMITY [ARTICLE]

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PLANNERS TIRE OF S.I.T. UNIFORMITY The Idea Is To Paint 'Em Gorgeous nil latest artistic craze 1 Singapore's building ers is "to paint 'em s rgtjoas." Twenty-five blocks of the J■:i 2 a pore Improvement flats in Tiong Bahru •*e now undergoing a "fsceWt* 1 which will banish the crab

QUEER SUICIDE [ARTICLE]

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QUEER SUICIDE TORRON, Mexico, Jan 8 (UP)— Vicente Rios Perez, 70, committed suicide yesterday by making a large canvas bag, soaking it in gasoline, getting into it. sewing it fiom inside and setting it on fire.

RENGAM BANDIT [ARTICLE]

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REN GAM BANDIT KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— A patrol of the First Battalion, the Northern Rhodesia Regiment killed a bandit at Rengam, Johore, yesterday.

NATIONAL UNION URGED FOR MUNICIPAL MEN [ARTICLE]

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NATIONAL UNION URGED FOR MUNICIPAL MEN MTUC Pledges To Help PENANG, Sun.— The president cf the Malayan Trade Union Council, Mr. P. P. Narayanan, said here today that it was time that the Municipal workers all over the Federation of Malaya should fcrm a national union so that working conditions

Naval Base Row: Feb. 1 Deadline [ARTICLE]

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Naval Base Row: Feb. 1 Deadline 'Settle By Then Or Else../ THE 10,000 strong Singapore Naval Base Labour Union will serve a strike notice on the Admiralty on Feb. 1, if it fails to settle the workers' outstanding claims before the end of this month. The eighth annual meeting of

DRUG PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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DRUG PROBLEM WASHINGTON. Jan. 8, (UP) Senate investigators yesterday said narcotic addicts and traffic in illegal drugs continue one of the most serious problems facing the nation.

Muscles For Princess Chrysanthemum [ARTICLE]

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Muscles For Princess Chrysanthemum TWO Singapore musclemen—Ronald Low and James Tan— have been selected for roles in the coming musical operetta. "Princess Chrysanthemum," Mr. Donald Davies the producer-director, told The Standard. They will act a s attendants who arrest the villain prince and the wizard cat, played by Choo Hwee

Now It's A 4-Day Week [ARTICLE]

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Now It's A 4-Day Week BIRMINGHAM, England. Jan. 8, (AP).— The Austin Motor Company will put its 18.000 employees on a fourday week from Monday. A company spokesman said the move was the result of the usual winter recession and reflects "current market conditions." He said the normal five-day week

A BUSY 3-DAY CO-OP TOUR [ARTICLE]

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A BUSY 3-DAY CO-OP TOUR AN extensive programme has been arranged for the visit to Singapore of Dr. George Keller, representative of the International Co-operative Alliance, between Jan. 9 and 12. a Government statement said yesterday. While in the Colony Dr. Keller will have discussions with the Commissioner for Co-operative

'FLYING SALOONS' [ARTICLE]

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'FLYING SALOONS' CHICAGO. Jan. 8 (Reuter)— The General Council of the American Baptist Convention has condemned the sale of slcoholic beverages aboard airliners. The practice was turning planes into "flying saloons," it said.

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Federation's First Women Police Contingent On Parade [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Federation's First Women Police Contingent On Parade Yong Peng Seong photo by THE Federation High Commissioner, Sir Donald MacGillivray inspects the country's first Women Police contingent after he had presented Honours and Awards to 76 members of the Police Force at the Kuala Lumpur Depot on Saturday. The Acting Commissioner

They Want New Deal On Citizenship [ARTICLE]

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They Want New Deal On Citizenship MALACCA, Sun.— Settlement Chinese leaders are making an effort to get more members of their community to apply for Federal Citizenship papers through the acquisition of citizenship of the U.K. and the Colonies. I The procedure of acquiring UK and Colonies citizenship has been

Cleanliness In Kampongs [ARTICLE]

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Cleanliness In Kampongs MALACCA Sun.— the Resident Commissioner, Mr. H.G. Hammett distributed prizes to the winners in the kampong houses cleanliness competition at Pangga Batu Malaya School here today. Organised by the Rural Council of Sungei Udang. over 2,500 houses in nine soloks took part

Don Yada To Play In 2 Towns [ARTICLE]

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Don Yada To Play In 2 Towns IPOH, Sun. The famous Don Yada's Latin Quarter Revue of Japan will perform a i the Odeon Theatre here for a week, commencing Jan. 12. This popular troupe which specializes in Latin American music is just finishing a successful season in Kuala Lumpur

'Rahman's Hands Were Tied'-Red Radio [ARTICLE]

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'Rahman's Hands Were Tied' -Red Radio Peking Tells Why Baling Talks Failed Ban, Until You Call Off Ter ror'- Rahman HONGKONG, Jan. 8, Communist China said yesterday that the "peace talks" held at Baling, Northern Malaya, last month hod foiled because Tunku Abdul Rahman, the Federation Chief Minister, went to

K.L. RING ORGANIZES M/CYCLE THEFTS [ARTICLE]

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K.L. RING ORGANIZES M/CYCLE THEFTS KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. -An organized ring is behind the disappearance of motor cycles in the Federal capital during recent months. The Standard learned today. The Standard was told that the ring includes several members of a gang of bicycle thieves, which Police broke up last

Bishop Visits His Former Parishioners [ARTICLE]

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Bishop Visits His Former Parishioners KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— Monseigneur Dominic Vendargon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Kuala Lumpur was last evening formally welcomed by parish oners of his old church St. Anthony's— in Robertson Road. This was his first visit to St. Anthony's where he was vicar prior to his elevation

Malacca's Young Citizens' Week [ARTICLE]

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Malacca's Young Citizens' Week MALACCA, Sun.— An essay and oratorical contest sponsored by Malacca Settlement Youth Council will be the main feature of Young Citizens' Week from Jan. 26 to Feb. 1. Entries are accepted In English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil for both the essay and oratorical contests.. Three prizes

Old Parsee Resident Dies At 85 [ARTICLE]

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Old Parsee Resident Dies At 85 TAIPING, Sun. Mrs. Rattan Bai Maneeksha, aged 85. an old resident of this town, died here last night. She leaves five sons, among whom are Mr. Jal Manecksha. Perak State Councillor, and Mr. Rustim Manecksha. Taiping businessman, two daughters and 13 grandchildren. Her funeral

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SecretS of Jericho [ARTICLE]

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SecretS of Jericho DAVID SPURGEON i— By—H TORONTO GLOBE and MAIL Reporter Final Search Begins This Week FURTHER— and possibly the final excavations on the site of the Biblical city of Jericho, in J Jordan will be carried out during the first three months of 1956 by the British School

Discovery on one of the three known Jericho Sites: [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Discovery on one of the three known Jericho Sites: THE palace of Herod the Great, ruler of Judea in KM 8.C., has been discovered at Masada, overlooking 'he Dead Sea. The palace teas on the side of an isolated plateau at ihc top of a 900-foot precipice. An import- find

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Prison Reforms [ARTICLE]

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Prison Reforms THERE is a growing desire in most countries of the world today for a complete change in the present prisons system. A great deal of research has been carried out and is still being continued, particularly in the United States and Britain, by teams of experts whose findings

When Will This End? [ARTICLE]

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When Will This End? J^JORE strike threats are in the air —more attempts to disrupt the social and economic life of the Colony. The demand by 4,000 employees of business houses in Singapore and the move by 10,000 civilian industrial workers of the Singapore Naval Base have added to the

The NEWS as it strikes me! [ARTICLE]

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The NEWS as it strikes me! PEOPLE in this country who thought that getting independence was like going round the corner of the street and buying an iceball from the "ayer batu" vendor are beginning to find it is nqt that easy. They have discovered that there are many preliminaries

SURVIVAL OF FREEDOM: PROGRESS OR PERISH? [ARTICLE]

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SURVIVAL OF FREEDOM: PROGRESS OR PERISH? Richard Lowenthal By The Year 1956 sees the World! entering a phase where the I Survival of Freedom depends I mainly on the struggle against I: Poverty. In that Struggle we B must PROGRESS or PERISH. I LONDON rpODAY, most people in A the

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ANTI-WEST RIOTS IN JORDAN [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-WEST RIOTS IN JORDAN Bagdad Pact Sparks Trouble U.S. Consulate, U.K. Bank Attacked— Troops Move In LONDON, Jan. 8, (Reuter) Amman and the Jordan part of Jerusalem have been put under curfew following demonstrations yesterday in which the American consulate was attacked, according to a Jordan Government communique broadcast today

SHRINE OF DEATH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SHRINE OF DEATH photo. The body pressure of thousands of worshippers on New Year's morning collapsed a shrine parapet wall which caused 123 dead and 50 others injured at ihiko Shrine, one of Japan's oldest shrines. The accident occurred when an estimated 30.000 people packed into a small compound of

He Faces Showdown With U.S. On Red China Trade [ARTICLE]

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He Faces Showdown With U.S. On Red China Trade Home Front Pressure Demands More Freedom WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 (UP)— The United States and Britain today headed for a showdown on whether to relax controls on trade with Red China Diplomats said the issue will get top-level consideration at the White

A New Car, A 'Rival' & A Farewell For Grace [ARTICLE]

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A New Car, A 'Rival' A Farewell For Grace NEW YORK, Jan. 8. Actress Graco Kelly has a $19,000 Chrysler Imperial sedan in the dark green colour of the ancient House of Grimaldi. It bears the Royal Crest of the Principality of Monaco. The car is the latest engagement gift

Old Love Is Her True Love [ARTICLE]

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Old Love Is Her True Love ROCHESTER. New York. Jan. 8 (Reuter) A society girl who disappeared from home a few hours before her wedding yesterday returned home last night with an old love. Pretty Juliette Wehle. 20--year-old daughter of a prominent Rochester family. was to have married Mr. John

4.1 Million Babies—Record [ARTICLE]

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4.1 Million Babies—Record NEW YORK. Jan. 8, (Reu-e--A record of 4.100.000 aabtes were born in the United States in 1955. ac::rdmg to slatistics of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co pany- mnrmMtt w. There were 4.073.000 births in 1954 infant mortality dropped to a new low of 26.4 per 1.000 live

Envoy Ordered Out Of Pakistan [ARTICLE]

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Envoy Ordered Out Of Pakistan KARACHI, Pakistan. Jan 8 (AP)— The Afghan Consul at Quetta, near the troubled Pa-kistan-Afghan border. was given seven day's notice to quit Pakistan and is now back in Kabul, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Saturday. The spokesman accused the Consul. Mohammad Akb a r

Margaret's Ex-Beau Weds [ARTICLE]

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Margaret's Ex-Beau Weds NEW YORK. Jan. 8. (UP). —Marriage further reduced the dwindling number of Princess Margaret's beaus yesterday as Lord Henry Porchester. 31. exchanged vows with the 20-year-old daughter of a Wyoming rancher. The bride, Jean Margaret Wallop, of Nether-Wallop Ranch, Big Horn, Wyoming, was not an ordinary "American

POPE FAVOURS EASY CHILDBIRTH [ARTICLE]

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POPE FAVOURS EASY CHILDBIRTH VATICAN CITY, Jan, 8, (UP)— Pope Pius XII said today new techniques to alleviate the pains of childbirth through psychological preparation of expectant mothers do not contrast with Catholic principles. The Pope said the fact the new method has been worked out to a large extent

OFFICER SEEKS REVENGE [ARTICLE]

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OFFICER SEEKS REVENGE Bomb Injures Six In Cyprus NICOSIA, Jan. 8. (Reuter) —A badly wounded British police officer lurched into the doorway of a Nicosia hotel last night emptying his revolver at fleeing terrorists who had just murdered his father-in-law, the Cypriot owner of the hotel. Then he collapsed. Security

DOCKERS STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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DOCKERS STRIKE ABOUT 3,000 workers at the British-owned. Mazafiaon Dock in Bombay staged a lightning strike for six hours on Saturday in protest against "insulting treatment" alleged 1o have been meted out by the management to their union secretary.— Reuter.

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FLYING REACTOR [ARTICLE]

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FLYING REACTOR FORT WORTH, Texas. Jan. 8 (AP) A trans-continen-tal 836 bomber, carrying an atomic reactor, is making a flight in the Fort Worth area and police officials here have been alerted on what to do in case the giant plane should crash or be forced to make an unscheduled

BEACON OF HOPE [ARTICLE]

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BEACON OF HOPE INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 8 (UP) Chinese Ambassador V. K. Wellington Khoo said in a speech here today that the 500.000,000 people in China look to the government of Taiwan "as a beacon of hope tcf" their liberation from the ruthless Communist rule."

UK/US EFFORT [ARTICLE]

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UK/US EFFORT NEW YORK Jan. 8, (Reuter)—The New York Times said today that Britain was expected to ask the United States to join in pressing Arab governments and Israel to settle the Palestine dispute within six months.

RAIL SMASH-UP [ARTICLE]

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RAIL SMASH-UP SOUTH BEND. Indian. Jan. 8 (AP) A speeding passenger train smashed into a late model station wagon at a county road crossing south-west of here yesterday, killing seven persons and injuring two others.

MUSSOLINI AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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MUSSOLINI AGAIN SAN REMO, Italy. Jan. 8 (Reuter) Romano Mussolini. 28 year-old youngest son of the former Fascist dictator, will play the piano in an Italian oand taking part in an international jazz festival here later this month

PREMIER RESIGNS [ARTICLE]

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PREMIER RESIGNS PXOAI PENH, Cambodia, ■'an 8 (Reuter)— M. Oun Uheanp Sun, who took over as Piime Minister of the IndoChinese State of Cambodia ihree days ago, today resigned w'th his cabinet.

GLAMOUR GIRL [ARTICLE]

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GLAMOUR GIRL LONDON. Jan. 8 (Reuter) A 25-year-old London hairdressei was so flaitered by friends' comments on her beauty that she changed her name legally to Miss Glamour Girl

'12TH NIGHT' CAKE [ARTICLE]

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'12TH NIGHT' CAKE LONDON. Jan 8 (Reuter) Princess Margaret went backstage at London s Sadlers Wells' Theatre on Friday night to cut a traditional "Twelfth Night" cake for 1.500 theatrefolk.

VISIT ENDS [ARTICLE]

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VISIT ENDS BERLIN. Jan. f» (AP) Soviet President K. Y. Voroshilov, ended last night a fiveday visit in East Germany and left East Berlin by train for the Soviet capital.

Ice Age Meets Atom Age [ARTICLE]

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Ice Age Meets Atom Age FORT BELVOIR, Virginia, Jan. 8. (Reuter)— A tree stump, da tin? back 80 to 130 million years to the Ice Age, has been discovered her« *-»-«og excavations for an experimental atomic power station. I Engineers plan to use the siu.np at the entrance to the

ATTACK ON EDEN MOUNTS [ARTICLE]

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ATTACK ON EDEN MOUNTS No! No! Cry from No. 10 but.. LONDON, Jan. 8 (Reuter) Press reports that Sir Anthony Eden migfit be replaced as Prime Minister brought a swift denial from the Prime Minister's spokesman last night. "The story is false and entirely without foundation.'" he said. Under front-page

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U.S. IMPORTS FROM ASIA GROWING [ARTICLE]

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U.S. IMPORTS FROM ASIA GROWING New Pattern Seen U.S. imports from Asia are growing, and there is a mounting awareness of the potentialities of the sale of Asian products in the U.S., writes Mildred Huges, Executive Vice President, Far East-American Council of Commerce and Industry, New York. With continuing industrial

Analysis Of Trade [ARTICLE]

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Analysis Of Trade THIS analysis of trade developments in 1955-56 between the U.S. and Asia has been written especially for the United Press. The writer. Mildred Hughes, is a veteran expert on Asian trade and its many problems. The Far East America Council of Commerce and Industry is an association

BUSINESS IN WEEK [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS IN WEEK INDUSTRIALS: Fraser fc Neave Ord. $1.75 to $1.825, Fraser Neave Prefs $5.75, Federal Dispensary $3 50. Gammon $2.52$ to $2.50 and $2.60 to $2.574., Hammer Co. $2.725. Jackson Co. $1.475. Malayan Breweries $3.40 *,nd $3.50. Malayan Cement $1.62$ and $1-634, Malayan Collieries $1.00. Metal Box $1.65, McAlisters

Farewell Party [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Farewell Party SINGAPORE paint dealers gave a farewell dinner party over the weekend at the Peking Restaurant, to Mr. W. Pfister. of Diethelm and Co. Ltd., who is going on six months 1 home leave to Switzerland soon. The company are local agents for Sherwin-Williams Paint Company of America. Standard

Industrials Show Further Rises [ARTICLE]

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Industrials Show Further Rises A FOUR and a half day week of considerable activity heralded in the itfew Year, during which Industrials showed further rises. Tins went from firm to irregular and although Rubbers had a good turnover there was evidence of some slackening of demand. In the Industrial section.

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CITY COUNCIL OF SINGAPORE Section 103. Municipal Ordinance (Chapter 133) Making Up Draining of Bournemouth Road off Tanjong Katong Road. IVOTICE is hereby given that the plan, specification, estimate and apportionment of expenses of making up and draining of Bournemouth Road off Tanjong Katong Road in he City of Singapore

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Fears Cause Rubber Market Selling SPECULATIVE selling about $1.22 per lb. for first brought prices in the Singapore grade January shipment was rubber market down towards due to fears among a section the close of the first week of of the trade that tyre manuthe New Year. facture in the

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Race Harses Burned To Death [ARTICLE]

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Race Harses Burned To Death TOLEDO. Ohio, Jan. i 8, (AP) Nine harness race horse s were burned to death yesterday in a barn fire at the farm of CM. Saunders, one of [i Ohio's largest harness racers, who estimated the loss at UXXXXX,000 to U551 75,000. ji Three other

Third Round Cup Replays Announced [ARTICLE]

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Third Round Cup Replays Announced LONDON, Jan 7. (Reuter) —English Football Association cup third round ties which were postponed, abandoned or drawn today will be played next week as follows (home teams first): Monday, Jan. 9: Stoke City vs. Exeter City. Tuesday, Jan. 10: Bury vs. Burnley. Wednesday.Jan.il: Bolton Wanderers

Neilsen Trims Becker In Tennis Final [ARTICLE]

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Neilsen Trims Becker In Tennis Final NEW DELHI, Jan. 8 (AP)— Kurt Neiisen of Denmark fought a gruelling five-set battle with Britain's Roger Becker to win the central Indian Lawn Tennis Association championship in Allahabad yesterday NeOsoD won 2—6. 2—6, 6—l, 6—4. 6—2. but not before Becker had turned on

BEDFORD HOLD ARSENAL TO 2-2 DRAW IN CUP TIE [ARTICLE]

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BEDFORD HOLD ARSENAL TO 2-2 DRAW IN CUP TIE Manchester U, Wolves Out LONDON, Jan. 7 (Reuter)— Bedford Town a team of tradesmen and clerks are tonight the toast of football fans throughout England. For today on a floodlit fog-shrouded pitch at Highbury London, this little team of part-timers held

Marciano Has No Comment On Ring War [ARTICLE]

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Marciano Has No Comment On Ring War NEW YORK, Jan. 8, (AP) Heavyweight champion Kocky Marciano arrived iti New York yesterday after a visit with friends on the Pacific Coast. He said he planned to meet with his manager, Al Weill. within ten days to discuss the next defence of

Japanese To Teach Judo Here [ARTICLE]

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Japanese To Teach Judo Here TOKYO. Jan. 7. (UP)— The Tokyo YMCA announced today that fourth-rank holder Kazuo Nishikawa will be sent to Ceylon to teach the Ceylonese judo and physical education. The 32-year-old Nishikawa will remain in Ceylon for about a year and will also teach judo in Singapore

Heng Chew Beats Pakistan Player [ARTICLE]

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Heng Chew Beats Pakistan Player KARACHI. Jan. R (AP)— Loh Heng Chew of Singapore defeated Akbar Sharif of Pakistan 21-11, 21—11. 21—15 in the Islamia open table tennis championship here yesterday. Stirling Albion 20 2 3 15 13 56 7

A WORRYING WEEKEND FOR SIX SELECTORS [ARTICLE]

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A WORRYING WEEKEND FOR SIX SELECTORS LONDON, Jan. 7 (Reuter) The six selectors responsible for choosing the team to meet Wales on Jan. 21, face a worrying weekend after the eclipse of the England styled fifteen in the final rugby union trial at Twickenham today. The Rest not only won

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Results Positions LONDON, Jan. 7 (Reuter)— SCOTTISH LEAGUE DIV. 'B" Football League standings \ibion 0. Queens P. 6. after today's matches are as Alloa Ath. 5. Cowdenbcath 2. follow?: Berwick R. 0, Stenhousemuir 4. »i7«^»tc ic ,1.1 Dumbarton 0, St. Johnctni 2. LEAGUE 111 (South) Dundee tj. 4 Stirling 0.

Jayaram Is Top Athlete [ARTICLE]

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Jayaram Is Top Athlete Tamils Meet MORE than 2.000 people Watched the fourth annual athletic sports sponsored by the Tamils Representative Council held at Jalan Besar stadium yesterday. R. Jayaram was the meet's oustanding performer. He won the 100 yards and 220 yards events and was second in the 440

KIWIS 156-6 [ARTICLE]

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KIWIS 156-6 MADRAS, Jan. 8. (Reuter) New Zealand had. scored 156 for six wickets in reply to India's first innings total of 537 for three wickets declared at the close of play on the third day of the fifth and final cricket Test here today.

I.R.C. Team For Final [ARTICLE]

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I.R.C. Team For Final INDIAN Recreation Club Tvi'.. meet the winners of the Indian Brotherhood Soccerites vs. the Rajaji Sports Club match in the final of the Tamils Festival Soccer tournament to be played at Jalan Besar stadium tomorrow. The IRC. team to play tomorrow will be chosen from the

FIJIANS GET INTO THEIR STRIDE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FIJIANS GET INTO THEIR STRIDE pictures. ACTION! And plenty of it, as the mighty Fijian Regiment XV get into their stride (above) a thrilling moment in the rugger match between the Fijians and the Selangor Club on the Kuala Lumpur Padang on Saturday. Fijians won 21-3. LEFT: The Fijians are

NECRI PROVE HOCKEY SUPERIORITY OVER SELANC0R [ARTICLE]

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NECRI PROVE HOCKEY SUPERIORITY OVER SELANC0R SEREMBAN, Sat.— A Negri Sembilan State hockey team proved their superiority over Selangor with a 2—l victory in a match played bere this afternoon on the Negri Sembilan Club padamr. This wr.s the third meeting between the two States this season Previous encounters at

PENANG ALL THE WAY ..To Challenge Round [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PENANG ALL THE WAY ..To Challenge Round TONY RANGEL FOONG SEOSG CUP: JOHORE SUFFER A 9*o THRASHING BY PENANG, Sunday— Penang nine; Johore nil. With this smashing victory the Northern islanders won the right to meet Singapore in the Challenge Round of the Foong Seong Cup badminton competition. With a

Kebenaran 1-0 [ARTICLE]

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Kebenaran 1-0 KEBENARAN Club beat Kampong Tanjong Rovers 1-0 ?n a Singapore Tiger Cup Group "B" Kampong league soccer match played at Farrer Park yesterday. Kassim scored for Kebenaran Club In the other Group "A' match, Western Sports Club received a walkover from Pasir Panjang Association who failed to turn

PENANG BLUES WIN IN GREAT FINISH [ARTICLE]

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PENANG BLUES WIN IN GREAT FINISH IPOH, Sun. After being held for threequarters of the game, Penang staged a storming finish to beat Perak by 18 points (three goals, one try) to three (try) in their All-Blues rugger encounter played on the Ipoh padang today i It was a good

Mansoor Hits 2 For Colours In Trial Game [ARTICLE]

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Mansoor Hits 2 For Colours In Trial Game SHEIKH Mansoor, the former Colony star, scored two goals to help Colours gain a 3—l victory over the Whites in a Singapore Hockey Association's trial match at Serangoon Road yesterday. As a trial match, little or no purpose was served as the

R.A.F. 'Tri' [ARTICLE]

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R.A.F. 'Tri' KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— The first ever Royal Air Force hockey triangular meet will be held on Feb. 9, 10 and 11 at Gurney Road. The units taking part are from Singapore, Fenang and Selangor.

S'GOR WOMEN TEAM PICKED [ARTICLE]

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S'GOR WOMEN TEAM PICKED KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.Selangor Women's Hockey Association have named the following for the quadranguv lar hockey meet at Ipoh nod weekend: <w Cecilia Samuel (PWD), Elizabeth Houston (Sel Club), Nora Soars (PWD), Tan Kuan Sim (SCRC), Jean Harrison (Sel Club). Mah Sui Chin? (SCRO. W. Drake (Sel

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SINGAPORE RUGBY FRIENDLY: S.C.C. "B" XV vs. The Blacks, Padang. KUALA LUMPUR HOCKEY:— DIV. 1 Young Sikhs vs. Malays, Taylor Road; Div. 2: Y.M.C.A. vs. R.E.M.E., Brickfields Road. IPOH HOCKEY: Ramblers vs. Cheng Wah, Town Padang.