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The Straits Times, 28 February 1951

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Straits Times MALAYA'S NATIONAL NEWSPAPER: ESTABLISHED 1845 TWELVE PAGES SINGAPORE, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1951 PRICE TKN CENTS.  (18 words)
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  • PEOPLE'S CAFES MAY RETURN [Articles]
    PEOPLE'S CAFES MAY RETURN 3- Way Govt. Attack On Prices Urged THF! Singapore Government may revive public restaurants, engage in deep sea fishing and increase imports of poultry feed to combat high prices and shortage of fresh foodstuffs. These steps are recommended by the Local Produce Working Committee. A spokesman...  (465 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    I. ;AV£KY IN MAI AYA earned the Distinguished Conduct M dil for Battery Sgt.-Mjr. George Lewis. Royal Artillery, of Jersey. Ch.mncl Islands. With him after the Buckingham Palirr investiture is hi.s daughter who is in ♦he WRAC— A.P. picture.  (39 words)
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  • 'The Chief' Has Routine Trip [Articles]
    'The Chief' Has Routine Trip The man who controls long-distance passenger and freight aircraft in the R.A.F. arrives in Singapore today— as an ordinary passenger in a routine, timetable aircraft. H» is Air Marshal Sir Aubrey Ellwood, Commander-in-Chief, R.A.F. Transport Command, and Inspector of Trunk Route Services. Experts who will...  (69 words)
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  • BETTER HALF [Articles + Illustrations]
    BETTER HALF STERN SECTION of the storm-battered Swedish ship, Christrr Salen. limps into Yokohama under its own power, after it split in half two days before. The bow section of the vessel sank. All passengers and crew were saved. A. P. picture.  (42 words)
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  • THREE HURT BY PENANG GUNMEN [Articles]
    THREE HURT BY PENANG GUNMEN From Our Staff Correspondent PENANG. Tuesday. DBNANG gunmen struck twice within *o minutes tonight, claiming three victims. In the first .shuotinj ttvo brothers-in-law, Chuah loh Chye, a<.'d 15, and An? Senij Kah, aged 27, were seriously wounded at 8.15 p.m. when a gunman opened fire...  (140 words)
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  • 'US Fatalistic About War' [Articles]
    'US Fatalistic About War' CLEVELAND, Ohio, Tues. MR. Patrick Monkhouse, assistant editor of the Manchester Guardian, yesterday saia~ that Americans had a fatalistic attitude towards war. "In England more of us feel that reannavient is a means of averting war," he said. "In this country I have found many icho...  (59 words)
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  • Tamil Shows The Court His Tricks [Articles]
    Tamil Shows The Court His Tricks From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. A TAMIL, Veerasamy, denled in the Kuala Lumpur Second Magistrate's court today that he had been gambling in public. He had. he said, been showing card tricks to an audience of about eight people. "What were the...  (156 words)
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  • DEATH RECORD [Articles]
    DEATH RECORD CALCUTTA. Tues.—Calcutta health authorities announced yesterday that 500 people died here of smallpox li-si week the highest weekly mortality from the disease this century. Nearly 4.000 people have died since the epidemic began in December. R^ut-r.  (38 words)
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  • Australia Doesn't Want Germans [Articles]
    Australia Doesn't Want Germans SYDNEY, Tues. T\R. Herbert V. Evan, Deputy leader of the Labour Opposition, said last night that mass German migration to Australia was part of a oattem which, if accepted, would be followed by grandiose scheme* for the rearmament of Japan. Dr. Evatt v.-as addressing a stormy...  (87 words)
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  • Dutch Crisis Continues [Articles]
    Dutch Crisis Continues THE HAGUE, Tues. QUEEN Juliana of the Netherlands renewed her efforts today to end a five-month-old Dutch Cabinet crisis. She called in parliamentary leaders in an effort to find a basis for a coalition to end the crisis which began with a dispute over Western New Guinea...  (53 words)
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  • GRENADE FOUND [Articles]
    GRENADE FOUND A serviceable hand-grenade was found last afternoon at the 10th. milestone Bukit Timah Road, by a young Indian. He handed it over to the police.  (27 words)
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  • FRESH MILK UP FIVE CENTS A HALF-PINT [Articles]
    FRESH MILK UP FIVE CENTS A HALF-PINT MR. T. M. McLachlan, general manager of the Singapore Cold Storage, announced yesterday an Increase of five cents per halfpint bottle of fresh milk produced by the Singapore Dairy Farm a& from tomorrow. The present price Is 30 cents. In a statement, Mr....  (101 words)
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  • Dockers Stop Work As Court Sits [Articles]
    Dockers Stop Work As Court Sits LONDON, Tuesday. of London dockers stopped work today in support of seven of their colleagues arjpearinpj m court charged with conspiring to incite illegal strikes. It was the second week in succession that such a token strike had been held in protest against the...  (155 words)
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  • MEAT MISSION [Articles]
    MEAT MISSION LONDON, Tues.— A British trade mission left London today by air for Buenos Aires where they will try with Argentine officials to end the deadlock over meat prices. Peuter.  (31 words)
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  • KILLED BY BUS [Articles]
    KILLED BY BUS LONDON, Tues— Mr. R. J. L. Lyon, senior warden of Lodge Malaya in London, has died following Injuries received when knocked down by a bus. He was a director of Hendry Brothers (London).  (36 words)
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  • BLAST HURTS 22 [Articles]
    BLAST HURTS 22 CAMP ROBERTS, California, Tues. Twenty-two soldiers were injured, seven seriously, when a morl\r shell went off accidentally in the training area here yesterday. —A.P.  (27 words)
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  • STALIN ELECTED [Articles]
    STALIN ELECTED LONDON, Tues.— Marshal Stalin has been unanimously elected as a Deputy to the Supreme Soviet of the Ukraine Soviet Socialist Republic by the electors of Kiev, according to a Tass news agency message.—Reuter  (35 words)
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  • REDS ASK FOR AID [Articles]
    REDS ASK FOR AID HONO KONG. Tues.— The Chinese Communists today appealed to "peace-loving peoples of the world" to j»end medical aid to Korea.— U.F.  (25 words)
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  • MORE JAPS FREE [Articles]
    MORE JAPS FREE TOKYO, Tues.— Gen. MacArthur has paroled six mom Japanese war criminal!. Renter.  (15 words)
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  • Singapore Sisters Fight Arsonists [Articles]
    Singapore Sisters Fight Arsonists TWO Singapore sisters who nearly caught three A Chinese arsonists were yesterday congratulated by the Commissioner of Police, Mr. J. PennefatherEvans, in a letter addressed to the elder girl. For security reasons their names cannot be divulged. The girls saw two of the Chinese trying to...  (187 words)
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  • 'I'M ENGLISH'—SO THEY ATTACKED [Articles]
    'I'M ENGLISH'— SO THEY ATTACKED rE first member of the public to give evidence before the Singapore Riot Commission. Mr. W. S. HosraMin. told the Commission yesterday how he and his wife were attacked by a mob at the corner of Geylane Road and TanJonK Katong Road. They were resetted...  (123 words)
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  • Dying Mayor Accuses His Stepson [Articles]
    Dying Mayor Accuses His Stepson LONDON Tues. rO hours after telling a bedside court that his stepson had stabbed him in the stomach with a dagger, 63-year-old George Pinfold, Mayor of Gilllngham. diea ir, hospital today. Doctors had fought to save Mr. Pinfold's life with blood transfusions as he gave...  (67 words)
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  • PURGE OF CHINA CITIES [Articles]
    PURGE OF CHINA CITIES TAIPEH. Tues. CHINESE Communists in North China cities are organising "identifying teams"' to liquidate all opposition and eliminate sources of rebellion. Trie Military Information Service of the Nationalists in Formosa said a number of such agents h»d arrived in Shanghai and taken scores of the city's...  (125 words)
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  • LIE ACCUSED [Articles]
    LIE ACCUSED LAKE SUCCESS, Tues Russia, yesterday accused Mr. Trygve Lie Secretary GeneraJ of U.N.. of holding his office illegally. A Soviet delegate. A. A. Soldatov. voiced this charge in the 12natlon U.N. Trusteeship Council in a debate on the 20-year U.N. peace plan A.P.  (45 words)
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  • Allies Trap Fleeing Reds [Articles]
    Allies Trap Fleeing Reds TOKYO, lues. ITNITED SUi.es forces driving thiuti«;h east central Korea toward a new Commuriijt "no retreat" defence line trapped hundreds >t North Korea:) Reds iuday. The Uuited States Seventh Division sprang the trap on Communist rearguards trying to reach the safe'y oi tin; new line str>M.i*hing...  (247 words)
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  • SURVIVORS 'ALL WELL' [Articles]
    SURVIVORS 'ALL WELL' GUAM, Tues.— The last 12 survivors of the sunken Norwegian freighter Florentine were all reported in good condition aboard the US Takelma on her way to Guam. Navy fliers spotted a lifeboat 300 miles south southwest of Iwojima on Saturday and the survivors were picked up by...  (60 words)
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  • NOT KNOWN HERE [Articles]
    NOT KNOWN HERE HONG KONG. Tuesr A Government spokesman today denied he had been told the British Government is planning to restrict rubber re-exports from Hong Kong to China.— UP.  (30 words)
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  • TOGLIATTI BACK [Articles]
    TOGLIATTI BACK VENICE. Tues— The Italian Communist leader, Palmiro Togliatti, arrived in Venice yesterday after 10 weeks convalescence in Moscow, to f^c^ the anti-Cominform revolt in his 2,000,000 member party. —Reuter  (31 words)
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  • 'I am Not A Red,' Says Indian Delegate In U.S. [Articles]
    'I am Not A Red,' Says Indian Delegate In U.S. HOUSTON, Texas, Tues. INDIA'S representative t 1 the United Nations S; cial Committee, Dr. Bha ratan Kumarappa, has been refused sponsorship in Houston Dv three organisations because of pro-Communist speeches he is alleged to have made in o f .her...  (198 words)
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  • BOZOOKA USED BY BANDITS [Articles + Illustrations]
    BOZOOKA USED BY BANDITS VIETMINH Communist rebels in Indo-China use bazookas which can pierce armour-plating on French Army vehicles. French official picture.  (22 words)
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  • GIRLCLEARED OF SPYING [Articles]
    GIRL CLEARED OF SPYING GRAZ. AUSTRIA. Tues.— Maria Vognna, 21-year-old sweetheart of Franz Gabriel Reicher. was yesterday acquitted of charges of espionage by a British military court. The trial of Reicher. chief witness in the Napier spy trial last week, was postponed when defence counsel asked for a mentai examination...  (67 words)
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  • AID FOR SIAM [Articles]
    AID FOR SIAM WASHINGTON. Tues. -The Economic Cooperation Administration yesterday allocated to Siam U5562,000 for U.S. iron and steel mill materials, products, motor vehicles, generators and motors.— A.P.  (28 words)
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  • Cable Flashes

    • Wasp's Nest Made Wireless Weak [Articles]
      Wasp's Nest Made Wireless Weak WIRELESS reception from the Warburton Ranges Mission, outpost of the flying doctor service in central Australia, became weaker and weaker. Sunspots, weather and defective valves were blamed. Finally the operator asked for the set to be overhauled. At last the trouble was found— a wasp's...  (150 words)
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    • NO APPEAL [Articles]
      NO APPEAL WASHINGTON, Tues.— The Supreme Court yesterday refused to review the treason conviction of Robert Best, former newsman sentenced to life imprisonment for wartime broadcasts over the Nazi radio.— U.P.  (31 words)
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    • NEPAL QUEENS [Articles + Illustrations]
      NEPAL QUEENS TWO WIVES of Kin* Tribhuvan of Nepal on their return after three months' exile in India. The Royal Family had been guests of the Indian Government. A.P. picture.  (30 words)
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    • LOVE AND ULCERS CURE EACH OTHER [Articles]
      LOVE AND ULCERS CURE EACH OTHER DETROIT, Tuesday. MEN suffering from stomach ulcers need lots of love and attention, a medical congress here was told. A report said that ulcer sufferers "tend to marry wife who will look after them and they then struggle vainly In competition with authority to...  (55 words)
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  • PACT 'AGAINST JAPS' WANTED [Articles]
    PACT 'AGAINST JAPS' WANTED WASHINGTON, Tuesday. MR. JOHN FOSTER DULLES reports to President Truman today on his Pacific mission he is expected to tell him that Australia and New Zealand want a co-operative security arrangement against Japanese militarism, as well as against Communism. Mr. Dulles yesterday spent his first day...  (138 words)
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  • Medals For The Mothers [Articles]
    Medals For The Mothers PRAGUE, Tues. honours for Bulgarians include the medal of the "Glory of Motherhood" and the title of "Honorary Mothers." The Presidium of the Parliament in Sofia established them recently by a decree reported in Prague by the Soviet news agency Tass.— A.P.  (46 words)
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  • EGYPT WARNED [Articles]
    EGYPT WARNED CAIRO. Tups.— The Indian textile industrialist Mr. Madanmoham Mangaldas warned the Egyptian Government here yesterday that if prices of Egyptian cotton are allowed to soar "Indian mills will be forced to switch over to synthetic fibres."— Reuter.  (39 words)
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  • CHINESE REDS ASK TALKS ON JAPS [Articles]
    CHINESE REDS ASK TALKS ON JAPS HONG KONG, Tues. THE Chinese Communists yesterday repeated their proposal for a Four Power conference to discuss an "overall peace treaty with Japan" as well as the "Japanese question." The original proposal was made on Thursday by the Chinese Vice Premier, Mr. Kuo Mo...  (192 words)
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  • Chile Selling To Anyone [Articles]
    Chile Selling To Anyone CHILE. Tues. President Visela of Chile indicated yesterday that Chile will not heed the United States rauest for r>n I embargo on strategic shipments to Communist countries. He told the Press that Chile is "100 per cent pro- Western" politically. but I that she would cominue...  (97 words)
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  • TITO ASSURED [Articles]
    TITO ASSURED BELGRADE, Tues.- Franc assured Yugoslavia yesterday she was watching the "menace" of Soviet -atelli.e rearmament and would consider immediately whether to take act on if Yugo«H via were attacked.— U.P.  (32 words)
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  • JAPS 'CAN'T PAY' [Articles]
    JAPS 'CAN'T PAY' TOKYO. Tues— Japan has already paid war reparations to the utmost of her capacity and cannot pay anymore, the Prime Minister. Mr. Shigeru Yoshida sai' 1 yesterday.— Reuter, A.A.P.  (32 words)
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  • $2358 MILLIONS TO U.S. NAVY [Articles]
    $2358 MILLIONS TO U.S. NAVY WASHINGTON, Tues. THE Senate yesterday authorised the U.S. Navy to build a 60,000-ton carrier for $212,000,000 and to start a $2,358,092,000 programme for modernising the fleet. The measure now goes to the White House. The programme allows the Navy to build 140 new major vessels...  (69 words)
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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      SOLE AGENTS WANTED 1 a Sa!J*™*i mirpn MNlClPALtTYOF SINGAPORE iu\t4v nmiTv tools Ht WAMBAU TIH LIMllbU i.l.KMAM QUALITY TOOLS (Ib Vo||mtary u,,,^^, Application has been made to Works' representative arriving Vnd the Municipal CommlSKionen of toon INDENTING AGENTS with ta the Town of Singapore to Issue i, r connections to...  (1325 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      iroraorbl imi) I Headache, sour stoma. h. that <ii kish 'morning-afler feeling rhe price we often pay toi etijdMi.fc too much gixxl t.xxl .ir.d drink! Tr> this and see how n« ich better you will feel! Take A.lta-St'lt/i-r before retiring, again if net- did in the .norninc Alka .Vlt/i-r Ionian....  (180 words)
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  • HOUSE MAY DEBATE NAVY COMMAND [Articles]
    HOUSE MAY DEBATE NAVY COMMAND Govt. Decision Challenged LONDON, Tuesday. ]y|R. WINSTON CHURCHILL may force a debate after Mr. Attlee's statement in the House of Commons last night that the British Government still supports the choice of an American admiral as Supreme Commander of Atlantic Pact forces. Mr. Attlce said...  (328 words)
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  • AFRICAN LEADERS [Articles + Illustrations]
    AFRICAN LEADERS KYVAME NKKUMAH, leader of the Convention People's Party of the Gold Coast (second from left), the 'day after his release from prison at Accra. This followed his election to the Gold Coast Legislative Assembly. With him are party officials, one a barrister, and one an Oxford graduate. All...  (73 words)
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  • BRAVE FATHER SHOWS MEDAL [Articles + Illustrations]
    BRAVE FATHER SHOWS MEDAL POLICE SGT. J. R. Leacli .slums his King's Police and Fire Service Medal for Gallititry to his daughter outside Buckingham Palace. Kr uter picture.  (28 words)
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  • ATTLEE REFUSES [Articles]
    ATTLEE REFUSES LONDON, Tues. Mr Attlee yesterday refused to take Government action against the pro-Communist Dean of Canterbury, Dr. Hewlett Johnson.— A.P.  (22 words)
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  • 'Joint Ventures' Plan In Burma [Articles]
    'Joint Ventures Plan In Burma RANGOON, Tuesday. gIRMESE PRIME MINISTER, THAKIN NU, announced yesterday that Burma will follow a policy of "joint ventures" with the Burmah Oil Company and the Burma Corpora! R on, the two leading British enterprises in the count i He told the annual general meeting of...  (219 words)
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  • U.S. 'CAN HIT FIRST IN AIR' [Articles]
    U.S. 'CAN HIT FIRST IN AIR' WASHINGTON, Tues. THE Secretary of the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Thomas Finletter, said yesterday the U.S. is better able to attack Russia by air than Russia is to strike at America. To back his contention, he pointed to developments in the rapid growth of...  (226 words)
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  • ELECTIONS IN EGYPT [Articles]
    ELECTIONS IN EGYPT CAIRO, Tucs. The Senate yesterday decided to renew half its membership by eliminating 90 senators on March 5 and holding elections for replacements on April As the ruling Wafdist party has a large majority In the Chamber of Deputies but a minority in the Senate, the elections...  (56 words)
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  • 'WE NEED MORE' [Articles]
    'WE NEED MORE' MANILA, Tues.— President Qulrtno today called for more VS. aid for the Philippines.— UP.  (17 words)
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  • Friendship 'Better' In C'wealth [Articles]
    Friendship 'Better' In C'wealth BUMBAY, Tuei. CIR Oliver GoonatiUeke, re- tiring Ceylon High Commissioner in London, said I atei day that friendEh'.p between members of tne lamonwealth had increased greatly in recent years. Reiatlona between India a; i Ceylon and other meinI. of the Commonwealth h I also expanded, he...  (124 words)
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  • France Expects Russian 'Yes' [Articles]
    France Expects Russian 'Yes' PARIS, Tuesday. THE French Government believes Russia will agree to a meeting of the deputies of the Big Four Foreign Ministers on Mar. 5. A Note is expected from Moscow within a few days. The French belief is based on a telephone call to the French...  (157 words)
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  • We've Been Befogged, Says Taft [Articles]
    We've Been Befogged, Says Taft WASHINGTON. Tues. SENATOR Robert Taft said yesterday that as many as 18 United States land divisions may be sent to Europe unless Congress limits the power of President Truman. He told a Congressional committee that it would be "foolhardy" to commit even six divisions to...  (129 words)
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  • TROOPS WORK IN N.Z. DOCKS [Articles]
    TROOPS WORK IN N.Z. DOCKS WELLINGTON, Tues.— The New Zealand Government yesterday ordered out troops to unload ships after dockers refused a Government order to return to work in New Zealand's week-old waterfront strike. The dockers voted to continue the strike until Friday, despite Government threats to invoke penalties under...  (53 words)
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  • ATHLETES TAKE THEIR OWN RICE [Articles]
    ATHLETES TAKE THEIR OWN RICE BANGKOK. Tues. FEARING a shortage of grain in famine-threat-ened India, Siam's team of track and field athletes for the Asian Games will take three bags of rice. The team, the first fr«m Siam to compete in international sport, is accompanied by a doctor and a...  (53 words)
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  • INDIA ASKS U.S. FOR GRAIN [Articles + Illustrations]
    INDIA ASKS U.S. FOR GRAIN U.S. SECRETARY of State, Mr. Dean Acheson (centre) with Mr. J. P. Richards, acting chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, as they arrive at a committee meeting with Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit. Indian Ambassador. Mr. Acheson urged Congress to approve sending 2,000,00» tons of...  (56 words)
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  • CLEMENTIS HELD ON SPY CHARGES [Articles]
    CLEMENTIS HELD ON SPY CHARGES PRAGUE, Tuesday. jytß. Vlado Clementis, former Czech Foreign iTI Minister, is under arrest on spy charges, it was announced today. Dr. Clementis, who was sacked as Foreign Minister last March and condemned as a "bourgeois Nationalist deviatlonlst," was reported four weeks ago to have disappeared...  (141 words)
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  • U.S. Has 250,000 Troops In Korea [Articles]
    U.S. Has 250,000 Troops In Korea WASHINGTON, Tues. fENERAL Omar Brad- ley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, disclosed yesterday that there are 250.000 Americans fighting in the Korean campaign. Testifying before the House of Representatives Armed Services Committee, he said these men were serving in all branches...  (211 words)
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  • Red 'Purge' In Germany [Articles]
    Red 'Purge' In Germany FRANKFURT, Tues. UJEST German Communists were shaken last night by the worst party crisis since the war and new dismissals were forecast in eleven states. Three out of 11 state chairmen were dismissed The latest to be removed from the shaky party structure were Robert Leibbrand...  (85 words)
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  • SHIP ESCAPES [Articles]
    SHIP ESCAPES HONG KONG, Tues. The Norwegian steamer Castleville 6,080 tons, reported that i Chinese Nationalist warship ried to intercept her 10 miles outside Hong Kong waters yesterday. The warship flred no shots. Reuter.  (34 words)
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  • PLOT FOILED [Articles]
    PLOT FOILED TEHERAN, Tues.— lranian police have seized a large quantity of arms and arrested Communist ringleaders of a plot to seize power. UP.  (24 words)
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  • U.S. To Use 'Minimum' Rubber [Articles]
    U.S. To Use 'Minimum' Rubber WASHINQTON, Tues. MANUFACTURERS were directed yesterday to make the minimum possible use of natural rubber in a long list of items ranging from solid aircraft tyres to mattresses, girdles, dress shields, baby oottle nicies and baby pants. Mr. E. Spencer, National Production Authority Rubber Director,...  (154 words)
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      8 IF YOU NEED I PAINT YOU NEED I "D.Q.D.' I SYNTHETIC ENAMEL O TO BE SURE OF A JOB WELL DONE (SPECIALLY FORMULATED TO WITHSTAND TROPICAL CONDITIONS "D.Q.D." PAINTS I A I Durable /^J\ QuiCK-DRYINC 3 Decorative  (38 words)
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      "14 wH ijou ytpnfdtj o| if <wt MnK Mlc FtSH/ With to much discussion on prices now, wt are proud of our record > of keeping costs down particularly with fish; We have almost a dozen varieties of good, cheap fish-under'a-dollar COLD STORAGE Singapore Cold Storage Co., Ltd. UPTONS fit...  (147 words)
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  • WORRIED OVER POLICE—FOULGER [Articles + Illustrations]
    WORRIED OVER POLICE— FOULGER 'Even A Worm Will Turn, 9 Commission Told Member Of Public Gives Evidence Inspector Fired At Crowd Of 100 THE Singapore Riot Commission was told 1 yesterday by Mr. R. E. Foulgcr, former Commissioner of Police, that early in 1950 he was "extremely worried" at the...  (4832 words)
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  • MORE THAN 200 DAMAGE CLAIMS [Articles]
    MORE THAN 200 DAMAGE CLAIMS MORE than 200 people have sent in claims for riot compensation to the Singapore Government. Today is the closing date for claims. Most of the claims have not yet been referred to the Riot Compensation Tribunal which has met once and will meet again this...  (67 words)
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      Last 3 Shows 3. 6.15 9.15 p.m. 'THE GREAT \INNER" starrinT C.reti.i y Peek Ava Gardner For To-morrow Only! Paramount* "MY KRIKND IRM.V REX JOHORE B&HRU fodaj 3 Shows: 3.15. 6.45 9.1S THE MAN Of THE F.IKKEL TOWER" (Technirolor) Atlantic Great World' Today 2 Shows: 7 9.15 •ALOHA" (Malay) Sun...  (356 words)
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  • Whistle Shrilled SOS Calls [Articles + Illustrations]
    Whistle Shrilled SOS Calls A SHIP, the Malim, lying less than 200 yards from Clifford Pier, yesterday afternoon startled the Singapore waterfront by signalling a series of SOS blasts on her whistle to summon aid when fire broke out in her engine room. Her shrill distress calls were answered immediately...  (216 words)
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  • LIGHTER FEES TO BE INCREASED [Articles]
    LIGHTER FEES TO BE INCREASED THE Joint Consultative Committee of the SingaA pore Lighterage Industry has decided to raise transhipment charges by about 20 per cent., effec- tive from March 15. The new rates have been necessitated by rising commodity prices and increased Jabour cost, a spokesman of the committee...  (160 words)
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  • HAD OPIUM CHARGE [Articles]
    HAD OPIUM CHARGE A woman, Wong Yuet Yong, denied possession of 27 packets of opium of two chis each and an opium pipe, before the Singapore First District Judge, Mr. H. E. Klngdon. yesterday. She was alleged to have been found with the articles n a house at Johore Road...  (67 words)
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  • GOING TO STUDY IN ENGLAND [Articles + Illustrations]
    GOING TO STUDY IN ENGLAND TOMMY TAN. aged 19. a former student of the Anglo-Chinese School, Singapore, who will be leaving by the Chusan to take up civil engineering in the United Kingdom.  (33 words)
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  • S'pore Chinese Send Petition To Griffiths On Re-Entry [Articles]
    S'pore Chinese Send Petition To Griffiths On Re-Entry n ?T IJEADED by the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce, 279 associations, guilds and clubs representing almost the entire Chinese community in the Colony, have petitioned the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. James Griffiths, asking that Chinese with Certificates of...  (315 words)
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  • Red Bid To Hang Tapper Foiled [Articles]
    Red Bid To Hang Tapper Foiled From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. AS bandits in the Mentakab area of Pahang were A tying: a rope round a rubber tapper's neck, preparatory J,o hanging him, he caught them oft* their guard and made a dash for it, with the rope...  (158 words)
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  • ABUSED P.C.: $20 [Articles]
    ABUSED P.C.: $20 A trisha-rider Ng Ah Lin, waa fined $20 in the Singapore Second Police Court yesterday for abusing a constable outside the Central Police Station. Singapore., on the night of Feb. 26.  (34 words)
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  • TEACHERS TO STAGE PLAY [Articles]
    TEACHERS TO STAGE PLAY A play entitled "Satan" will be staged by the arts section of the Singapore Malay Teachers' Union, at the end of March, at the New World. It will be the second to be staged by the Malay teachers to collect funds for a union building. The...  (58 words)
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  • TODAY'S SINGAPORE DIARY [Articles]
    TODAY'S SINGAPORE DIARY CHINESE V.M.C.A., Selegie Road, joint staff meeting, 11.30 a.m., basketball, 5 p.m., badminton, 5.30 p.m., table-tennis, 7.30 p.m. YM.CJL, Orchard Road, Chess Club, 5 pjn., Art Club, 0 p.m., Lenten devotions and film show. 8 p.m. SINGAPORE COUNCIL FOB ADULT EDUCATION, annual general meeting, British Council Hall,...  (81 words)
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  • Documents Will Be Filmed [Articles]
    Documents Will Be Filmed FADED and dusty Government documents are to be taken out of their cabinets shortLy to be photographed by micro-film cameras, a Government spokesman told the Straits Time s yesterday. Records of documents photographed will then be under the care of a mlcro-fllm unit for every day...  (156 words)
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  • S'PORE ELECTIONS [Articles]
    S'PORE ELECTIONS Mr. John Laycock. the Progressive Party candidate tor the Katong division of the Singapore Legislative Council, will address an election meeting at 5.30 p.m tomorrow at St. Patrick's School. Fast Coast Road  (34 words)
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  • Tapper Who Aided Reds Executed [Articles]
    Tapper Who Aided Reds Executed From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. VARUPAYAH, a Johore .rubber tapper who helped the bandits, was today hanged in Johore pahru. He was the 122 nd to die on the gallows under the Emergency Regulations. Kanrpayah wm sentenced hfardemanrllnß^^^ 1 per cent of an...  (91 words)
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      tjfiil C Aim y Jml nwfa S V-^rc uffiti«<£ I \Jr^ ACCt<A4LCU. 1 For Wholesale Prices please contact Sole Agents: F. E. ZUELLIG (MALAYA) LTD. P. O. BOX 725 SINGAPORE To sharpen appetite there is nothing like Colmans Mustard  (39 words)
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      /j»|\UV THIS IS YOUR ™1 OPPORTUNITY (^i\ iKa GOOD SHOES Y^\ IV^'-^l REASONABLY ©}r 1 <p At \J ra) 1 PER PAIR Styles to Choose From TAN GRAIN DERBY No To. cap, with Leather or Rubber Sole and Heel. Sizes 6 to 11 WILLOW APRON FRONT 5 Eyelet Lacing Shoe...  (87 words)
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  • The Straits Times Singapore, Wed., Feb. 28, 1951. The Katong Crusade [Articles]
    The Straits Times Singapore, Wed., Feb. 28, 1951. The Katong Crusade The remedy for rising prices lies in a consumers' resistance movement, said Mr. W. W. Jenkins, Deputy Controller of Supplies, in a speech in Singapore at the week-end. That advice is often heard in these days, but when we...  (805 words)
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  • K.L. And Penang's Buses [Articles]
    K.L. And Penang's Buses If the interests of the travelling public are put first, as they should be, then there is little doubt what action the Federation Road Transport Commissioner should take in the appeal of the Lim Seng Seng Bus Company against the suspension for two months of its...  (352 words)
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  • The new spirit in Jelebu [Articles + Illustrations]
    The new spirit in Jelebu Malaya under the Emergency 8 JELEBU to the ordinary Malayan who doesn't live there is a place, somewhere in Negri Sembilan, wjth an attractive name but with a reputation for banditry. It is one of the six districts in the State, with its central town,...  (1355 words)
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    • Borneo Federation? [Letters]
      Borneo Federation? IT would be to the great advantage of the peoples living in the British territories of Borneo if the present three Governments there (Sarawak, Brunei and North Borneo) were federated. Borneo Ls a comparatively poor country and the revenues of all three Governments are small. If they were...  (155 words)
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    • DEALING WITH INFLATION [Letters]
      DEALING WITH INFLATION INHERE has been much talk X about fighting the rising cost or living in Malaya. Some good work is being done by some of our Municipal Commissioners and Councillors. But I feel the problem Is not being tackled at the root. Besides fighting a crusade against the...  (142 words)
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    • PAY & METERS IN TAIPING [Letters]
      PAY METERS IN TAIPING WHEN are hard-pressed Government employees to get their arrears on the revised pay rate, and tlje re-cently-approved increase in cost of living allowance? You reported on Jan. 7 that the arrears would be paid within a month. Feb. 7 has passed, Mar. 7 is coming. Have...  (105 words)
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  • On the Margin [Articles]
    On the Margin University Evening •pHE most vivid and excltlnf experience that has coma my way for some time wa4 the concert given by th« University Musical Society last Saturday night. The comparatively small Oei Tionij: Ham Hall had on this occasion an Intimate aU mosphere that the Memorial Kail...  (414 words)
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      CLASSIFIED AIDS HAWKE To Nancy, wife of A. H. (Bob) Hawke. at Kantian* K»rbnu Hospital, 26th February, A -Ml XXXXX PANO CHIA. The engneement Is announced between Mr Pan* ling Ming, eldest ton of Mr A Mrs. Pang Heng Plew and Mtn Beatrice Chla Soo Hla, third daughter of Mr....  (845 words)
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      Household Electric appliance* MAM IN INOUND ELECTRIC IRONS: 6-lb. model, Cream coloured body, chromium plated base $23.60 ELECTRIC KETTLES: 3-pt. Aluminium $30.00 6-pt. Aluminium $35 00 S-pt. Chromium plated, streamlined body $90.00 ELECTRIC TOASTERS: Streamlined model, chromium plated $24.00 COFFER PERCOLATORS: De Luxe model. Chromium plated $50.00 A.C. TABLE FANS:...  (85 words)
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      TOMORROW yOWARDS normalcy and safety in Negri Sembilan in the teeth of Communism. /t LONDON W/'lLfn c rrin $s J^/lirl^ L k FRESH or in /It A Ihl -i^i^- TOMATO SAUCE AGENTS C E MORTON (Malaya) LTD. Singapore Kuala Lumpur Penang ATTENTION TRAVELLER SI! FOR YOUR ENTIRE COMFORT STAY AT...  (94 words)
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  • Bobesco, Genty To Play At S'pore Festival Of Music [Articles + Illustrations]
    Bobesco, Genty To Play At S'pore Festival Of Music T the Festival of I a Music to be presentel h, the Singapore al Society in the Memorial Hall f-o-n March 20 to 29. the m t arlists will b* 1 Lo'*L 0 I'ihevo (violin) and Jac-tt-.tes Clenty (piano), both Brawn...  (264 words)
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  • INDIANS DEMAND WAGE INCREASE [Articles]
    INDIANS DEMAND WAGE INCREASE 'AEOUT 500 Indian lighter workers in Singapore are demandins: a 20 per cent increase in their monthly u-iiges because cf the present rising cost of living. The Singapore Lighter Owners' Asscciation is understood, to have already agreed in r>?inciple to the workers' demand. The Joint Consultative...  (119 words)
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  • 1 AWARD A YEAR PROMISE [Articles + Illustrations]
    1 AWARD A YEAR PROMISE ONL scholarship a yfear, so long as his firm exists, has been promised by Mr. Tay Joo i Hong, one of the oldest, resli dents of Upper Serangoon, Singapore. Mr. Tay Joo Hong Is the Director of Belting and i Asbestos Company. The scholarship will...  (132 words)
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  • 612,005 Tons Of Cargo [Articles]
    612,005 Tons Of Cargo A TOTAL of 612,005 tons of cargo, Including coal and oil in bulk, was handled in Singapore roads and wharves in January. Tonnage discharged was greater than the tonnage loaded by 183,623 tons, the total tonnage discharged being 397.814 tons and loaded 214.191 tons. Of the...  (81 words)
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  • More Aid For Rural Areas [Articles]
    More Aid For Rural Areas MORE travelling dispensaries will visit the rural areas and schools in the outlying districts. The number of stopping points will also be Increased. The Medical Department has now received two new travelling dispensaries to help provide better medical facilities to the rural areas. A medical...  (67 words)
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  • Promising Men Are Sent Overseas [Articles]
    Promising Men Are Sent Overseas I OCAL men who show great promise, tout do not lj have the necessary academic qualifications for appointment to the higher services, are sent overseas for training, Mr. E. D. Morgan, of the Colonial Secretary's Office, told the Straits Times yesterday. Some of the officers...  (255 words)
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  • 90 MEN DO THE WORK OF 200 [Articles]
    90 MEN DO THE WORK OF 200 rE Oranje. 20,000-ton Royal Dutch Mail liner, which arrived in Singapore yesterday from Europe, carried 90 temporary stewards and mess men to replace 206 Javanese who walked off the ship before she left Jakarta on her last voyage. The Javanese left the ship...  (91 words)
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  • TUC "UNDETERRED" BY RIVAL [Articles]
    TUC "UNDETERRED" BY RIVAL rpHE work of the Drafting 1 Committee of the proposed Singapore Trade Union Congress, under Mr. Llm Yew Hock, president of the Singapore Labour Party, "will not be deterred" by the report of the formation soon of another central trade union organisation, a spokesman of the...  (147 words)
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  • CIGARETTE SUPPLIES TO RACKETEERS CUT OFF [Articles]
    CIGARETTE SUPPLIES TO RACKETEERS CUT OFF THE Singapore Government's campaign against cigarette racketeers has resulted in seven retailers, known to have consistently overcharged, getting no cigarette supplies yesterday. Mr W. W. Jenkins, Deputy Controller of Supplies, told the Straits Times that of 30 retailers caught overcharging, seven of the worst...  (237 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    MISS AUDREY Cornelius was a very disappointed girl yesterday. It wa s her 20th birthday and the family was planning to celebrate her birthday and their reunion with her elder sister. Mrs. Doris Moffatt. who has been away for the past nine years. But Mrs Moffati's plane was delayed at...  (79 words)
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  • 'JUST A TOURIST' SAYS Mad [Articles]
    'JUST A TOURIST' SAYS Mad "T AM just a tourist passing through, and as a holi-day-maker, I want to forget all about work," said Mr. DW. Macintosh, Commissioner of Police, Hong Kong, in an interview last night. Mr. Macintosh arrived In Singapore aboard the Chusan from Hong Kong on his...  (166 words)
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  • S'pore J.C. Carnival [Articles]
    S'pore J.C. Carnival rE Commissioner-General, Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald. has agreed to be the Patron of the Junior Chamber of Commerce Carnival Ball at Raffles Hotel on April 5 to judge Singapore's Ideal Working Girl. The proceeds of the ball will go to the Anti-Tuberculo-sis Association, the Police Fund and...  (111 words)
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  • NEGLIGENCE COST DRIVER $80 [Articles]
    NEGLIGENCE COST DRIVER $80 JOHORE BAHRU. Tues.— Khoo Peck Sam of Singapore was fined $80 and his licence endorsed in the Police Court today for negligent driving. His car collided with a miUtary lorry.  (34 words)
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  • $1,000 BAIL EACH [Articles]
    $1,000 BAIL EACH A woman. Hing Ah Kee, and Sim Ah Sang and Tan Peng Tin, were each offered bail of $1,000 till April 4. when they claimed trial In the Singapore Second Police Court yesterday to running a chap-ji-kee lottery at Tan Quee Lan Street on Feb. 26.  (49 words)
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  • CAUGHT IN THE ACT [Articles]
    CAUGHT IN THE ACT When Leong Kirn Tong was about to have a pipeful of opium. Customs officers raided his house and detained him. it was stated in the First District Court yesterday. He was cautioned and discharged. Leong was fined $20 on a second charge of having opium apparatus.  (50 words)
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  • APPEAL BOARD [Articles]
    APPEAL BOARD The Governor has nominated the following to the Committee of Appeal on Films for 1951: President, Municipal Commissioners; Direc* jr of Education; Principal of Raffles Girls' School; Mrs. Tan Chin Tuan; Messrs. R. M Jumabhoy, Ng Seng Choy Tan Yeok Seong, Lim Tal Tim, Inche Yusoff bin Ishak....  (56 words)
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  • 3 Honours Men Join Government [Articles + Illustrations]
    3 Honours Men Join Government AND TWO ARE PROMOTED TtHREE of the first Honours graduates of the University of Malaya have been ipyointed to Part II of the Singapore Administrative Service. They are I Cadet Offi- j cers Khoo Seang Hoe. i Assistant Secretary (C) in the Colonial Secretary's Office....  (234 words)
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  • SPEEDING: $25 [Articles]
    SPEEDING: $25 From Our Own Correspondent JOHORE BAHRU. Tues. Stating that he was driving fast to beat the curfew, Lee Ah Lay. a lorry driver, oleade.d guiltv to speeding at 36 m.p.h. He was fined $25.  (36 words)
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  • Local Man For Municipal Job Move [Articles]
    Local Man For Municipal Job Move A MOTION advocating the appointment of a local-born candidate for the position v! Assistant Municipal Secretary will oe one of the four motions to cor.o up for consideration at the ordinary me^mg of the Municipal' Commissioners today. The motion widl be Introduced by Mr....  (223 words)
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  • MR. R. JUMABHOY [Articles]
    MR. R. JUMABHOY Mr. R. Jumabhoy, president of the Indian Chamber of Commerce. Singapore, last night announced that he is standing for re-election ;>s Indian Chamber of Commerce representative in the coning Legislative Council elections.  (35 words)
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      1 M MENS SHOES H AT 1 BARGAIN PRICES m CABLE Tan suede Derby, studded p rubber soles, Sixes 6J to 10 Usually $2500 SALE $17.50 jiill Brown grained Derby, leather or rubber soles, sixes 51 to 81 I Usually $29 50 SALE $21.00 I Wide range of Cable City...  (106 words)
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  • Judgment Reserved On Malay Press Ban [Articles]
    Judgment Reserved On Malay Press Ban MOVE TO QUASH BLTIHfc 5 ORDER »&TT-^ t^ffftt?'* 1l^ A **i?* JUDGMENT on Mr. J Nazir Mallal's motion for a writ of certiorari on the Colonial Secretary's order withdrawing the licence of Melayu Raya press, which was j printing the Malay daily Melayu Raya,...  (232 words)
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  • London 'Duty' For Malay MCS Man [Articles + Illustrations]
    London 'Duty' For Malay MCS Man From Our Staff Correspondent SEREMBAN, Tuesday. A MALAY M.C.S. officer, 36-year-old Tunku Mohamed bin Tuanku Besar Burhanuddin, will leave Seremban next week to do a one-year "tour of duty" in the Colonial Office, London. Tunku Mohamed, a brother-in-law of the Negri ruler, the Yang...  (218 words)
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  • Chamber For Trust Flats [Articles]
    Chamber For Trust Flats With the news that the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce has accepted the responsibility of recommending people for sime Singapore Improvement Trust quarters, the chamber has been flooded daily with letters telephone messages, and personal callers. The secretary told the Straits Times yesterday that the chamber...  (68 words)
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  • Dyaks, Here For Talks, Find S'pore 'Too Noisy' [Articles + Illustrations]
    Dyaks, Here For Talks, Find S'pore 'Too Noisy' AFTER a long trek through swamp and jungle, then up-river in a native boat to the coast where they boarded a modern steamer, ten Dyaks from the Iban tribe in the Bintulu district of Borneo, arrived in Singapore yesterday to attend the...  (237 words)
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  • Will Join Malay Rgt. [Articles]
    Will Join Malay Rgt. From Our SUIT Correspondent JOHORE BAHRU. Tues. MAJOR Ibrahim bin Ismail, of the Johore Kampong 3uards. leave Johore Bahru tomorrow to join the Malay Regiment at Port Dickson. He Is the Ist Malay from fohore to receive a Commission in the Malay Regiment. Before the War,...  (91 words)
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  • DESERTER GAOLED [Articles]
    DESERTER GAOLED From Our Staff Correspondent. JOHORE BAHRU, Tues.— Haja All bin Raja Tabal, a Special Constable, was today sentenced by the Police Magstrate to 40 days' imprisonment for desertion on Jan. 1. He was arrested on Feb. 21.  (39 words)
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  • Rembau To Curb Arrogant Women [Articles]
    Rembau To Curb Arrogant Women From Our Staff Correspondent SEREMBAN, Tues. T*HE 400-year-old cus- torn in the Rembau division of Negri Sembilan by which property was inherited by only the female heirs may be ended following a meeting of more than .500 Malays. After three and a half hours of...  (194 words)
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  • $3,000 Cheat Charge [Articles]
    $3,000 Cheat Charge LIM Poh Tee was yesterday alleged in the Singapore Fourth Police Court to have cheated Tan Hlong of $3,000. He told Tan that he could get him a house at Joo Chiat Road on Oct. 5 and Nov. 11 last year and got the $3,000 as tea...  (117 words)
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  • TRIED TO EVADE DUTY: FINED $900 [Articles]
    TRIED TO EVADE DUTY: FINED $900 JOHORE BAHRU, Tues Napil bin Jamah, was fined $900 in the Police Court today for attempted evasion of Customs duty on 11 wrist watches, valued at $446 on which the duty was $66.90. The watches were confiscated.  (43 words)
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  • 'Malaya Must Keep Chinese Culture' [Articles]
    'Malaya Must Keep Chinese Culture' From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. T»OTAL elimination of Chinese culture in the x country's education system would be "a great loss", Dr. William P. Fenn, American expert on Chinese culture, said in Kuala Lumpur today Dr. Fenn said this when told that certain...  (226 words)
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  • TIMBER SHORTBUT BOOMING [Articles]
    TIMBER SHORTBUT BOOMING ALTHOUGH Singapore tim■f* ber merchants are now experiencing a boom, they are not getting enough supplies to meet current needs. Production of timber is said to have fallen lower than 50 per cent, of pre-war. A Chinese producer said this Is due to shortage of labour, higher...  (121 words)
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  • EXCESS LOAD: $60 [Articles]
    EXCESS LOAD: $60 JOHORE BAHRU, Tues.— Low Kirn Eng was fined $60 in the Police Court today for carrying an excess weight of five cwt in his lorry.  (28 words)
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  • ASSURANCE ON COFFEE PRICE [Articles]
    ASSURANCE ON COFFEE PRICE /^OFFEE merchants have asvy sured the Singapore Government through the Foo Chow and Keng Keow Coffee Merchants' Associations thai of a cup of coffee unless the price of sugar and coffeeseeds rises. Mr. W W. Jenk\ns, Deputy Controller of Supplies, told that the Associations had promised...  (69 words)
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  • WEEK IN, WEEK OUT THE RAIN POURS DOWN [Articles + Illustrations]
    WEEK IN, WEEK OUT THE RAIN POURS DOWN The LONDON LETTER is ui e of those winters when these islands up u-.-re in the North Sea. al;vady surrounded bv nalt ocean. .<•■ em about to be sub■I'd by fresh water, o-'v after 'lav. week niter week soakinglv heavy rain has...  (1797 words)
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      XJ Dependability Interesting ngures oi car ownership in the medical profession were contained in the "Manchester Guardian" (U.K.) survey recently undertaken A question naire was addressed to 1,496 medical professors and lecturers, one of the questions in which was: "Do you own a car?" A total of 16.5% owned an...  (111 words)
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      mi W^MWM- Ja^Kr a^s KMI wr*^& -^Pk HsWrf^iis^iswSi tJLo Si 3* Baby has been watching that door for quite a long time. There have been some disappointments first Jock with a friendly bark or two then Drddy pulling one of his funny faces all very well but when one is...  (248 words)
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      V», r *^»^Ji^^^^^^ -^aßllM^^*'^ S~~\ DANGEROUS!" \v\ Jm BKJJjT/ IB i'^ (r^M'/ In V^lternativf*. FACING THE FACTS Today's Radio SINGAPORE I.UMPUB 10 a.m. News: 12-2.50 p.m. As 10 a.m. News; 10.10 Close; 1045 Spore; 6 children; 6.20 Radio Schools; 12 Malay; I p.m. Dance Orch.; 7 As S'pore; 7.30 "Record...  (587 words)
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  • London Stocks [Articles]
    London Stocks LONDON Tues. THE trading period ended quietly in the London Stock Exchange today with industrial shares mainly steady and British Government stocks fractionally higher. Closing middle prices ot selected stocks, as supplied to the Straits Times by special arrangement with The Financial Times, were: Consols 68) Funding 4%...  (284 words)
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  • H.K. EXCHANGE [Articles]
    H.K. EXCHANGE HONG KONG. Tues pREE market currency exchange for Hong Kong, dollars was quoted to day as follows: US$l HKs6.o4<~ (cash) HKS6.IO (T): £1 HK515.35: one tael of gold HKS322 I UP  (33 words)
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  • CANADIAN DOLLAR [Articles]
    CANADIAN DOLLAR r pHE Malayan Exchange Banks Association announced yesterday that control direct rates for Canadian dollars were: Buying T.T. 344. Airmail (OXM M%, ;90 days^ 34\ Selling T.T.O.D. re?dy 34' i.  (32 words)
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  • Tekka-Taiping Div. [Articles]
    Tekka-Taiping Div. From Our Staff Correspondent IPOH. Tues. •TEKKA-TAIPING directors have declared an interim dividend of 6d. per share for the year to Oct. 31. 1951. payable on Mar28. 1951  (30 words)
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  • MALAYAN SHARES [Articles]
    MALAYAN SHARES ALTHOUGH the volume of business was on a reduced scale, the Malayan share market remained firm in all sections yesterday Selected Rubber shares, sellers of which were "difficult to locate, were m demand. Quotations announced by the Malayan Sharebrokers' Association were: Borer* MM A.ei Brio; i I'rel i...  (926 words)
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  • TIN: $730 5/8 A PICUL [Articles]
    TIN: $730 5/8 A PICUL SINGAPORE, Tues., Feb. 27—5730.62! 2 (down 59.12',)  (12 words)
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  • £1,455 a ton in London [Articles]
    £1,455 a ton in London LONDON. Tues., Fri. 27.— Spot Buyers £1.455, Forward £1,385; Settlement £1,460; (down £40). Turn, overs: a.m. 185 p.m. 125 tons.  (25 words)
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  • Steady At $2.28 1/2 [Articles]
    Steady At $2.28 1/2 THE Singapore rubber market was steady throughout yesterday on overseas orders. At a very steady close the price of March firstgrade stood at $2,28 i buyers. 2i cents above Monday's close. TYim-over was f&irly large, with .some Australian buying In the afternoon. Business was done throughout...  (214 words)
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  • PRODUCE MARKET [Articles]
    PRODUCE MARKET IN the copra section of the Bingapore produce market yesterday interest was shown in forward shipments, with buyers bidding $62 4 a picul for May. The market was quiet at lower levels, with sellers quoting $63'and buyers holding off. Coconut oil sellers quoted $100 with no buyers. The...  (85 words)
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  • SHIPS ALONGSIDE [Articles]
    SHIPS ALONGSIDE gHIPS alongside the Singapore Harbour Board godowns at 4 p.m. yesterday were: 44/45 Sinkfang. 42 43 Oranje, 38 39 Asphallon, 36 3': Denbighshire, 33 34 Anchl>es. 31 '32 Pres- Polk 27 28 Sarangan. 25 26 Kilwa. 23 24 Atlantic Pilot, 21 22 B^nven. 19 20 Pundua, 17/18 Benattow....  (69 words)
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  • Page 10 Advertisements

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      (incorooralec m Singapore) BLUB FUKNEL LINE Carrier's option to proceed via ether ports to lead and discharge cargo. SAILINGS to LIVERPOOL. CLASCOW LONDON b CONTINENTAL PORTS Due Sails P Sham Penang Claucus tor Liverpool b Glasgow Feb. 28/ Mar 2 Earymedon for Havre, Avonmouth L pool C. 29/30 Mar. I...  (1379 words)
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      PRESIDENT LINER SAILINGS Te New York and Boston via Ceylon. India. Egypt and Mediterranean Ports. Singapore P Swettenham Penang "PRES POLK" Codowns 31/32 JJMWr* 'H/UfaW IT/It Mar. 19/20 M«! ""-JOHNSON' 20/26 Mar. 27/28 Mar 29/30 Mar. PRES MONROE" 9/14 Apr. Omit. 15/16 Mar To Los Angeles. San Francisco Atlantic forts...  (380 words)
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      EAST ASIATIC LINE SAILINCS FROM SCANDINAVIA/U K./CONTINENTI boore P Sham Penana -Kambodia" tor Hong Kong Kobe Cr Yokohama Cdns. 42/41" •Lalandia" for Bangkok S-7 Mar. 4 4 Mar. 2 3 Mar Fioma for Bangkok 13-14 Mar. 11-12 Mar. 9-10 Mar Kvernaas' for Sagon 6 Bangkok 13-16 Mar. 11-12 Mar 8-10...  (420 words)
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      Telephone No. 5906 ELLERMAM «V BUCKNALL LONDON, HAVRE. ANTWERP, ROTTERDAM b HAMBURC and for U.S.A.. North Atlantic Ports and Canada via Colombo m.s. CITY OF POONA Spore P. Sham Penang 4/10 Apr. 11/13 Apr 14/15 Apr CITY OF CHICACO S pore P. Sham Penang 16/23 Apr. 24/26 Apr. 27/28 Apr...  (984 words)
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  • COLOURFUL OPENING FOR GAMES [Articles]
    COLOURFUL OPENING FOR GAMES Stadium Modelled On Wembley NEW DELHI, Tuesday. A SIA'S first big international contest the First Asian Games will see the cream of athletic talent from ten eastern countries vie for team and individual honours in the biggest sp-.rts festival staged east of Suez. Over 500 men...  (491 words)
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    M^D-BESPATTERED PLAYERS of Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur put 'everything: they had into the same when the two teams met at Tottenham. London, on Feb. 17. Tottenham won by three goals to two. Above Rutherford (Villa goalkeeper' punches clear with Lynn (No. 2) guarding the goalmouth.  (46 words)
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  • J.C.C. Had A Good Cricket Season [Articles]
    J.C.C. Had A Good Cricket Season From Our Own Correspondent JOHORE BAHRU, Tues. JOHORE Cricket Club enjoyed a successful season last year, both from a sports and financial point or view. Mr. D. P. Rees stated when presiding at Sunday night's annual general meeting of the Club held at the...  (328 words)
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  • ASIAN GAMES BROADCASTS [Articles]
    ASIAN GAMES BROADCASTS \A R -I- S- L»e Souza, manager of the Singapore contingent to he Asian Games in New Delhi, will be broadcasting a daily summary of the results at 9.45 pm. over the Blue Network of Radio Malaya. Mr. De Souza's summary which has been arranged in collaboration...  (100 words)
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  • RUGBY UNION [Articles]
    RUGBY UNION LONDON, Tues: Yesterday's Rugby Union results were: Hospitals Cup second round: Middlesex Hospital n. Westminster 8; Othei match: Cross Keys 0 Newbridge 0 Rruter.  (26 words)
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  • Top British Golfers Play In Colony Apr. 6 [Articles]
    Top British Golfers Play In Colony Apr. 6 A RRANGEMENTS have Men completed for Dai Rees, British match-play champion of 1949 and 1950, to play an exhibition match with Ryder Cup player Max Faulkner at the Island Club on Friday, April 6, on their way home to U.K. front Australia...  (369 words)
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  • Manning's Horses Ready To Win [Articles]
    Manning's Horses Ready To Win From EPSOM JEEP PENANG, Tuesday. Jack Manning's two three-year-olds, Dewar and Restriction 11, have made splendid headway since their last appearances at Kuala Lumpur and should find their winning turns at the Penang meeting which starts on Saturday. Dewar, with Ted Harper astride, galloped attractively...  (493 words)
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  • ROBINSON FIGHTS FOR CANCER FUND [Articles]
    ROBINSON FIGHTS FOR CANCER FUND NEW YORK, Tues. RAY Robinson, world middleweight boxing champion, has agreed to defend his title in Paris against Kid Marcel, French title holder in May. This was announced yesterday by Robinson's manager, George Gainford, who added thmt the champion's share of the purse would be...  (82 words)
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  • TIPS AUSTRALIA [Articles]
    TIPS AUSTRALIA SYDNEY Tues. Former American Davis Cup player Frank Parker said Australia will retain the Davis Cup this year because of its home ground advantage. "It will be a close struggle depending largely on whether both teams are at top form on the day of their match," said Parker....  (51 words)
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  • Page 11 Advertisements

    • Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      1 of 4 great features that set a j new world standard for air travel NOW! YOU GET SMEPERETTE* ON PAIN AMERICAN'S DOUBLE-DECKED CUPPERS* On all flight* to the L'.S.A. (via Manila) en|oy the hed-length comfort of luxuiion- No extra charge! Full-Mac berths free to Honolulu only $10 extra from...  (305 words)
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    • Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Page 11 Miscellaneous

  • SIMPSON PLAYS GREAT INNINGS [Articles]
    SIMPSON PLAYS GREAT INNINGS England Placed For Test Win From JACK FINGLETON Exclusive to the Straits Times MELBOURNE, Tuesday. pNGLAND are in a magnificent positon in the final Test match. With four wickets gone in the second innings and Hassett and Hole alone remaining of the recognised batsmen, Australia are...  (712 words)
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    BAKTK.VVi me Cbarlton Athetic goalkeeper, about to scoop the ball from the rain-soaked turf near his poal during the First Division match against Sunderland on Feb. 17. Near Bartram are. left to right: Lock (left hack), P. Croker (right back) and Phipps (centre-half) all of Charlton Charlton won 3—o3 0....  (52 words)
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  • Scoreboard [Articles]
    Scoreboard AUSTRALIA Ist Inns.: 217 K\«.MM) Ist |m*. IVashbrook r Tallon b Miller 27 Simpson nnt oul 156 Cotnpton c Miller b Lindwall II Sheppard c Tallon b Miller 1 Brown b Lindwall 6 Kvan s b Millrr 1 Bedser b Lindwall 11 Bailey r Johnson b Iveraon 5 Wright...  (178 words)
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  • SOCIAL A.P. XI [Articles]
    SOCIAL A.P. XI A team fie.m the following will represent Sojial Athletic Farty at soccer v. LC I. Sports Club toinorrov. at the Hunt Park ground:— Tan Teck Seng. Hork Guan, Charles Kang, Teck Yak Scow Khiang. Chin Yeong Yee Sin, Boon Leng iC.iptt, Yung Kiai:g, Chien Teck Seng. Yang...  (68 words)
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  • Fathul Karib Confident Of Junior Title [Articles]
    Fathul Karib Confident Of Junior Title By T. F. HWANG FATHUL Karib will throw in their full weight this year in the quest of honours in the junior division of the S.A.F.A. league. They will seek for admission to the senior league next year. The inclusion of n^w blood in...  (230 words)
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  • SID FLETCHER [Articles]
    SID FLETCHER KUALA LUMPUR Tues.—Australian boxer Sid Fletcher will meet Gunner Wright, described as "uncrowned king of the Federation middleweights" at the 8.8 Park Kuala Lumour on Friday.  (28 words)
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  • Sports Diary [Articles]
    Sports Diary RI'GBY: R.A.F. Clumgi I GHQ F.'relf at Tanglin. FENCING: Farelf Individual c\\ unpionships at Tanglia  (17 words)
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  • Miller Tops Aust. Batting [Articles]
    Miller Tops Aust. Batting MfcLBOURNI- 1:e TEST cricketer Keith Miller heads the Sheffield Shield batting averages at the end of the season with 121. 4— made in seven innings and including two not outs. Three other Test players Arthur Morris (aye. 83 1 Lindsay Hassett (77) and Neil Harvey <<...  (163 words)
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  • "Reverse Decision,' SAFA Says To FAM [Articles]
    "Reverse Decision, SAFA Says To FAM SINGAPORE Amateur Football Association have made another bid to Football Association of Malaya for inclusion in this year's H.M.S. Malaya Cup competition. In this letter, dated Feb. 26, S.A.F.A. expresses the hope that, for the good of the many players and thousands of football...  (397 words)
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  • HOCK LENG YET TO STRIKE FORM [Articles]
    HOCK LENG YET TO STRIKE FORM From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Tues. THE Sussex badminton championships at Littlehampton, Sussex, showed that Singapore's singles champion, Cheong Hock Long, has not yet discovered his best form. They also provided further evidence that Eddie Choong is a greatly improved player and is likely...  (305 words)
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  • Hall Site 'Certain'; S.B.A. Will Build [Articles]
    Hall Site 'Certain'; S.B.A. Will Build WITH the knowledge that work on the hadmlnton hall to be built by the Singapore Government is at a standstill, the Singapore Badminton Association Hall committee is going ahead in a fresh drive for funds to build its own hall by 1952. Mr. John...  (315 words)
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  • U.S. May Have To Drop Out Of Thomas Cup [Articles]
    U.S. May Have To Drop Out Of Thomas Cup From CHARLES DENTON PASADENA, Tuesday. HULET SMITH, member of the U.S.A. Thoma* Cup selection committee, says that 'uncertain world conditions" may prevent America from entering a team In the international badminton competition. "We are tentatively planning to enter a team in...  (416 words)
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  • C'wealth XI In Great Win [Articles]
    C 'wealth XI In Great Win COLOMBO, TMes. COMMONWEALTH cricketers Ka gained a fine victory over the -ombinect India. Pakistan ana Ceylon XI almost on time today in their "Test", dismissing the combined side, whom they had sel •?22 runs to get in two hours, for 101. Ridgway took five...  (153 words)
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  • STRONG BACKING FOR ASTROMONTE [Articles]
    STRONG BACKING FOR ASTROMONTE LONDON Tues— French horsAstromonte was keenly supported to win the Lincolnshire handicap when a callover on the race took place at the Victoria Club here last night. The horse's owner, the Comtr D? Chambure, has stated Astromonte can be considered a certain runner and ace jockey...  (82 words)
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  • Nam Wah XI Held 2-2 [Articles]
    Nam Wah XI Held 2-2 From Our Own ('oiirsp'Uinenl BANGKOK. Hi, A Bangkok Combtred XI fought tiic visiting Blnta-xve N.mi Wah te.im lo a t\vo-<U draw at the Naiionni B'adlum here yesterday. Ah Yik thr Nam W;>h ouUideltft. was responsible for (hi* ftrsJ ••oal. He trapped the ball atici pc...  (117 words)
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  • Manchester U. Win [Articles]
    Manchester U. Win LONDON. IIIP.S —Mai United, iliminated from the t Cup tournament hist S 1 1 v- defeated bottom of i.hn boai I Sheffield Wednesday 4-n In i fi d> >o.i 'i AP  (34 words)
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  • CLAYTON OUTPOINTS AL PHILLIPS [Articles]
    CLA YTON OUTPOINTS AL PHILLIPS NOTTINGHAM, Tues. JJONNIE CLAYTON. British and Empire featherweight champion, easily outpointed London's Al Phillips in a 15-round title scrap here last night. Clayton weiphed 125 lb. 12 oz., Phillips 1251 b. 207. Phillips started fast and his right hooks frequently caught Clayton in the early...  (107 words)
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  • Page 12 Advertisements

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      TUITION rHENCH: Beginners. Enrol now. V.M.C.A. Orchard Road. Singapore. STARTING BK-KPO. Accounting, Typing. Shorthand (Theory/ Speed). Engllsh'Maths (all Stds Correspondence Comm English Latin, Chinese V.M.C.A. Comm School. 107 Selegie Road. BEGINNERS Bk.-Kpg. Shorthand (Theory /Speed), Typing. English/Maths; Running Secretarial Courses. Law, Snr. Camb Adv. Eng. Accty. Econ. C.V.M.A School of...  (780 words)
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