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The Straits Times, 5 April 1951

Article also available on microfilm reel NL2507 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    The Straits Times MALAYA'S NATIONAL NEWSPAPER: ESTABLISHED 1845 SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1951. PRICE TEN CENTS TWKI.VE PAGES (18 words)
  • S'PORE PRICE LIST PLAN STARTS [Articles + Illustrations]
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    S'PORE PRICE LIST PLAN STARTS Fair costs to be published every week THE Singapore Government's scheme to publish "fair retail prices" of certain essential commodities began yesterday. Every Singapore retailer is being asked to submit to the three Chambers of Commerce their wholesale and retail prices. This decision was taken (408 words)
  • PIPING WELCOME [Articles + Illustrations]
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    PIPING WELCOME Piping a welcome to the Gordon Highlanders, who arrived last night in the Empire Halladale, are these Senforths, pictured marching up and down the quayside. Straits Times picture. (30 words)
  • GORDONS BACK AGAIN [Articles]
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    GORDONS BACK AGAIN J± BATTALION of the Gordon Highlanders arrived cheering in the troopship Empire Halladale late yesterday evening, as the band of the Ist Seaforths piped "Cock o' the North" the Gordon's regimental march. The Gordons are back in Malaya again after nine years. They are here to fight (122 words)
  • French retake coalfield [Articles]
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    French retake coalfield HANOI. Wed. Strong French Union reinforcements, spearheaded by Ame-rican-built 21-ton tanks, have retaken the Maukhe coalfield. 45 miles east of Hanoi a French army source said. The original French garrison of 120 men evacuated the coalfields on March 29 after an all-night battle with Vietminh troops.— Reuter. (50 words)
  • COMPLIMENT [Articles]
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    COMPLIMENT MADRID, Wed. General Franco yesterday awarded King Farouk the Grand Collar of the Order of Isabel La Cablica.— A.P (20 words)
  • RUBBER EXPORT BY LICENCE [Articles]
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    RUBBER EXPORT BY LICENCE From Our Own Correspondent LONDON, Wednesday. AS a concession to the United States demand that rubber shall be put on international allocation, the Board of Trade has decided that export of raw rubber from the United Kingdom to destinations other than the Commonwealth, Eire and the (173 words)
  • U.S. rubber policy under fire [Articles]
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    U.S. rubber policy under fire WASHINGTON, Wed. rpHE President of one of the nation's leading rubber companies said today that there may be a "severe" tyre shortage by summer unless the Government's rubber policies are altered radically and immediately. The warning was given to the Senate's Small Business Committee by (113 words)
  • Schoolgirl attacked; found near drain [Articles]
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    Schoolgirl attacked; found near drain SINGAPORE Police last night began a hunt for the assailant or assailants of a 16-year-old Indian schoolgirl, found unconscious beside a drain near Holland Road. The unconscious Rirl, Miss Helen Row was found by a European at about 8 p.m. Her schoolbooks were strewn about (144 words)
  • BOYS WHO SET AN EXAMPLE [Articles]
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    BOYS WHO SET AN EXAMPLE SINGAPORE boys who followed members of a gang who had broken into their school, and then called two policemen they saw in the street, were described by a police spokesman today as a good example of the way the public should get into "the police (160 words)
  • U.K. to pay more for butter, eggs [Articles]
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    U.K. to pay more for butter, eggs MELBOURNE, Wed. /COMMERCE Minister John \J McEwen announced tonight Britain had agreed to pay high prices for Australian butter, cheese, and eggs. The new agreement ended a deadlock over prices which had begun last August. Mr. McEwen said the new prices would be (114 words)
  • SUPERFORTRESS NOT TRACED [Articles]
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    SUPERFORTRESS NOT TRACED TOKYO, Wed. United States Air Force Far East headquarters said today no trace has been found of a B-29 Superfortress which vanished on Thursday on a bomber run between Okinawa base and Korea. Search is continuing. Reuter. (40 words)
  • MCC TEAM HOME [Articles]
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    MCC TEAM HOME LONDON, Wed— A BO AC Stratocrulser carrying the MCC cricket team touched down at London airport this afternoon. Reuter. (22 words)
  • I'M NOT FIT TO LIVE—TO DIE [Articles]
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    I'M NOT FIT TO LIVE— TO DIE PRAGUE, Wed— A Slovak, Victor Palovic, who said he was "not fit to live," today vas reported to have been sentenced to death for being: an American spy. AP. (36 words)
  • KRUPPS BOSS SAYS: NEVER AGAIN [Articles]
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    KRUPPS BOSS SAYS: NEVER AGAIN ESSEN, Wed. DR. Friederich Wilhelm Hardach. director cif the huge Krupps concern said today: "Krupps will never make another gun -not even if we are accused of sabotaging the European rearmament programme." Dr. Hardach said "Alter getting our fingers burned twice building arms for two (145 words)
  • RED A-BOMBS 'IN SIBERIA' [Articles]
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    RED A-BOMBS 'IN SIBERIA' PARIS, Wed— The independent newspaper Figaro said yesterday Russia has all her atom bombs stored 135 feet underground in an arsenal 145 miles south east of Tomsk, Siberia. It said the Soviet now has four atomic energy plants, one near Tomak and the others in the (74 words)
  • No undue concern over rice supply [Articles]
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    No undue concern over rice supply 'THE Consultative Comm eluded a two-day conl Singapore, yesterday, con; situation is slightly less fi Ittee on Rice, which conerence at Phoenix Park, siders that the world rice ivourable than in NovemI ber, last year. But. says the committee In au official statement, the (166 words)
  • French Premier on Broadway [Articles]
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    French Premier on Broadway NEW YORK, Wed. A SPRING shower stopped yesterday to allow President Auriol of France a traditional New York welcome from cheering Broadway crowds. Escorted in his car by 65 police motorcycles, M. Auriol, who had a slight temperature, was wrapped in a blanket. He was accompanied (59 words)
  • GIRLS IN ARMY [Articles]
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    GIRLS IN ARMY ZURICH. Wed. School girls and boys are receiving military training in Bulgaria's new partisan organisation known 9* the Voluntary Defence Organisation.— Rcuter. (25 words)
  • More U.S. troops over 38th Parallel [Articles]
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    More U.S. troops over 38th Parallel TOKYO, Wednesday. i SECOND American division sent a task force ripping four miles into North Korea today on the right flank of a 15-mile-wide bridgehead established across the 38th Parallel by American troops yesterday. An 8th Army communique said there was Red smallarms and (176 words)
  • RADIO STRUCK BY LIGHTNING; FIVE INJURED [Articles]
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    RADIO STRUCK BY LIGHTNING; FIVE INJURED FIVE people were injured T in their Upper Serangoon Road home yesterday evening when lightning struck the radio set they were using. It was a freak accident. The radio a battery-ope-rated set was said to have exploded with a loud bang when lightning struck (87 words)
  • 2 MORE FREED OF CONTEMPT [Articles]
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    • AP
    2 MORE FREED OF CONTEMPT WASHINGTON, Wed— Two more defendants in contempt of the United States Congress cases were freed yesterday. They were Thomas Fitzpatrick, of Pittsburgh, and Talmadge Raley, of Cincinnati, leaders of the left-wing United Electrical Workers.— A.P. (40 words)
  • Gimson, officer clashed -counsel [Articles]
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    • REUTER-AAP
    Gimson, officer clashed -counsel HONG KONG, Wed. ]LfR. George Stacy 1TA Kennedy Skipton, former Class I Colonial Administrative Officer of the Hong Kong Civil Service today appealed before the Chief Justice, Sir Gerald Howe, and Mr. Justice Scholes against a decision of Mr. Justice Gould. Mr. Justice Gould struck out (423 words)
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  • REARMAMENT Spiritual—2 [Articles]
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    REARMAMENT Spiritual 2 WASHINGTON, Wed. PRESIDENT Truman yes- terday warned the United States that selfishness and greed could tear the country apart. He appealed to his countrymen to follow the moral principles handed down by their forefathers. Speaking at the laying of the cornerstone of a Presbyterian church, he said: (82 words)
  • CUSTOM [Articles + Illustrations]
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    CUSTOM A GOOD LUCK KISS for the bride was given by a chimney sweep after a Devon wedding. In some parts of England it is thought lucky to see a sweep on a wedding day. The bridegroom is a bellringer. (40 words)
  • days, admits Peking [Articles]
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    • REUTER-AAP
    days, admits Peking HONG KONG, Wed. T«HE Peking authorities have officially announced that at least 230 "counter revolutionaries" have been executed for the 13-day period ending March 31. It was officially announced that a "large group' was executed in Tientsin last Saturday and 23 In Swatow on March 25. Among (211 words)
  • Man 'lived like plant [Articles]
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    Man 'lived like plant SAN FRANCISCO, Wed. ■COR the first time in medical history, a man lived for more than two months without his pituitary gland, University of California scientists reported today. A supposedly hopeless case of cancer underwent an operation for removal of the gland, knowing he might die (100 words)
  • 'More wheat' request [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    'More wheat' request MANILA. Wed.— The Philippine Cabinet decided yesteiday to make representations to the International Wheat Council for an increase of the Philippine flour quota from 6,22*2,261 to 8,400.000 bags of flour. At the same time ths Cabinet ruled that strategic materials produced In the Philippines be prohibited for (60 words)
  • SABOTAGE DENIED [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    SABOTAGE DENIED LONDON. Wed. The U.S. Third Air Division denied it suspected sabotage of the 80ton Globemaster which crashed Into the Atlantic on Good Friday with 53 men on board. —Reuter. (31 words)
  • Cable Flashes
    • Oxford, with lid off, for dollar visitors [Articles]
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      Oxford, with lid off, for dollar visitors UNDERGRAD tours, a breezy new enterprise by Oxford undergraduates, is drawing American dollars fast. The college men and women offer to take Americans "right into the humming life of Etonians and Oxford men"— at $8.50 a time.Their day tours, aimed at dispelling "all (208 words)
    • LITTLE PILLS [Articles]
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      LITTLE PILLS WASHINGTON. Wed.— The U.S. Government yesterday ordered Carters' to eliminate the word "liver" from Carters' Little Liver Pills. Furthermore, the Federal Trade Commission said Carters' must stop saying that the pills are what you need when you are listless, tired oat irritable, billions or fallen;—AP. (47 words)
  • REARMAMENT Spiritual—1 [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    REARMAMENT Spiritual 1 MANILA, Wed. MANILA'S woman councillor, Miss Josefina Phadaca has come forward with a brand new idea: spiritual rearmament of Manilans. Addressing Manila Rotarians, she appealed for "moral an spiritual rearmament" of city officials and the people of Manila. "We got corrupt officials only when there are men (61 words)
  • STRIKE CALL TO 850 TEACHERS [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    STRIKE CALL TO 850 TEACHERS LONDON, Wednesday. A STRIKE call went out last night to 850 teachers at 100 schools in the northern English county of Durham. They will start handing in their notices tomorrow some one month, others three months according to their contract. Leaders of six unions meeting (134 words)
  • Explorer's bones 'found' in jungle [Articles]
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    Explorer's bones found' in jungle RIO DE JANEIRO, Wed. rpHE bones of Colonel Percy Fawcett. British explorer, may have been found in the Brazilian jungles where he disappeared in 1925. Arquimedes Pereirn d? Lima, head of the Brazil Central Foundation, said he had been told by an expedition in the (102 words)
  • NEHRU BACK [Articles]
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    • AP
    NEHRU BACK NEW DELHI, Wed. Mr. j Nehru, the Prime Minister. returned last night to New j Delhi after his three-day stay in disputed Kashmir. He drove straight to a Congress party meeting to discuss Indian food position. A.P. (39 words)
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  • BRITAIN FACES NEW SACRIFICES [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • REUTER, AP
    BRITAIN FACES NEW SACRIFICES Rearmament is putting postwar recovery drive into danger LONDON, Wednesday. THE British people got a warning from the Government yesterday that they must shoulder still more burdens to prevent the rearmament programme from bringing postwar recovery to a standstill. This reminder that Britain's struggles have brought (564 words)
  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AP
    l»ll. J. i. BODET, Director- General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organize ion. opening a human rights and book exhibition, at the Council of State chamber atNew Delhi.— A.P. picture. (33 words)
  • £50 A SUIT [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    £50 A SUIT MELBOURNE, Wed.—Because of the record prices paid for wool, suits made in England will soon cost about t( A >50 each In Australia, said a leading stores spokesman. Some firms here have cancelled their orders with London houses. Reuter. (42 words)
  • GANGS ATTACK TWO TOWNS [Articles]
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    • AP
    GANGS ATTACK TWO TOWNS JAKARTA, Wednesday. Ci ANTiS of outlawed Darul Islam extremists, wear1 ing uniforms and equipped with machine-guns, attacked the West Java towns of Garoet and Tiirandjang. i The battle at Garoet starred on Saturday about midnight and penetrated to the laiidle of the town. Six people including (141 words)
  • ITALIAN POST STRIKE OFF [Articles]
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    ITALIAN POST STRIKE OFF ROME, Wed. A 24-hour strike of Italy's 100,000 postal telegraph and telephone workers due to start yesterday was called off at the last moment after all night negotiations. Treasury Minister Signor Giuseppe Pella and Minister of Telecommunications Signor Giuseppe Spataro agreed to grant part of the (77 words)
  • Gromyko: no further [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Gromyko: no further PARIS. Wed. M ANDREI Gromyko the Soviet deputy Foreign Minister, had nothing to add at the Four Power meeting here yesterday to comments and objections he made to the latest Western compromise agenda. M. Gromyko told Western representatives this in reply to a question from the British (90 words)
  • TROUBLED OIL [Articles]
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    • UP
    TROUBLED OIL PRAGUE, Wed. CZECH playwright Alona Bernaskova has dramatised the "struggle for oil in the Middle East" in a play called Sheherezade which shows "how capitalist powers oppress native populations fighting for liberty," says the newspaper. I.idova Demokracie. It said the play "abounds in murder, bribery and conspiracy." U.P. (50 words)
  • Parachute didn't open [Articles]
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    • AP
    Parachute didn't open LONDON, Wed. CQUADRON Leader Trevor S. (Wimpey; Wade, wellknown jet plane pilot, was killed yesterday as he parachuted from a plane near Lewes, in Sussex. Wade, 31, was chief test pilot of the Hawker Aircraft Company. He took off from Farnborough in a P-1081, the latest Hawker (85 words)
  • 29 HUKS HELD [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    29 HUKS HELD MANILA, Wed. Twentynine Communist Hukbalahap suspects, comprising 25 Chinese nationals and four Filipinos, were caught this morning.—Reuter. (20 words)
  • American nations affirm unity [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    American nations affirm unity WASHINGTON, Wednesday. npHE foreign ministers of the 21 American republics, meeting here yesterday, expressed their determination to remain united and their conviction that strong support of United Nations action was the most effective way of maintaining peace. They unanimously adopted the Declaration of Washington—a merger of (208 words)
  • RUSSIANS 'CAN SOON BOMB U.S.' [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    RUSSIANS 'CAN SOON BOMB U.S.' WASHINGTON, Wed. pEPRESENTATIVE Carl IV Vmson. chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, said yesterday that in a short time Russia will have a stockpile of atomic bombs sufficient to initiate a terrible aerial attack on "our cities and homes" whenever rhe wishes He urged (148 words)
  • BRITISH DEMAND [Articles]
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    • AP
    BRITISH DEMAND BERLIN, Wed. British authorities asked the Russians yesterday to return immediately four British soldiers who are said to have deserted to the Soviet zone.— AP. (27 words)
  • India to share Nizam's jewels [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    India to share Nizam's jewels NEW DELHI, Wed. rrHE Indian State Minister said yesterday that proceeds from any sale of the world famous jewel fortune of the Nizam of Hyderabad would be invested in Indian Government securities and used largely for the benefit of Hyderabad State. He told the Indian (91 words)
  • SAFE FROM REDS FOR A WHILE [Articles]
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    SAFE FROM REDS FOR A WHILE COLOMBO, Wed. ftEYLON'S Commerce Minvy ister. Mr. Henry Amarasuriya, expressed his firm conviction that "Ceylon, with its traditional background of religious culture, will repel Communism for another 2,500 years at least". He told a school prizeday function that though the Marxist doctrine had attempted (81 words)
  • INDIES SNUB STASSEN [Articles]
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    IND IES SNUB STASSEN JAKARTA. Wed.—Indonesia's defence position is her own concern and will be determined solely by herself, a Defence Ministry spokesman said. He was commenting on a Press report quoting Mr. Harold Stassen as saying that Indonesia should have four divisions ready for the defence of Asia.— U.P. (50 words)
  • BOMB ON RAIL FOR PRESIDENTS TRAIN [Articles]
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    BOMB ON RAIL FOR PRESIDENTS TRAIN ROME, Wed. I SMALL bomb was found on the railway line between Rome and Naples yesterday shortly before a train carryIng Italian President Lulgi Elnaudi to Naples was due to pass. It was found by a police- man near Villa Literno, a few miles (85 words)
  • ALY DENIES [Articles]
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    ALY DENIES CAIRO. Wed.— Prince Aly Khan, who left Cairo yesterday for Algiers on his way to Europe, said rumours that he and Rita have parted "are ridiculous."— U P. (30 words)
  • JAP ELECTIONS [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    JAP ELECTIONS TOKYO. Wed.— Candidates, numbering 4,175, registered yesterday for elections for the gubernatorial, mayoralty and local assembly.— Reuter (19 words)
  • EMPIRE REFUSES TO CUT PREFERENCE [Articles]
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    EMPIRE REFUSES TO CUT PREFERENCE LONDON, Wednesday. DRITAIN and other Commonwealth countries have held out firmly against all attempts to whittle down imperial preferences at the international tariff talks at Torquay, according to delegates As a result there will be no large scale reductions or alterations in the low tariff (174 words)
  • Food will go Up—WEBB [Articles]
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    Food will go Up— WEBB BRIGHTON, Wed. HPHE Food Minister, Mr. Maurice Webb, told the National Conference of Labour women here yesterday: "This year, quite frankly, prices are bound to rise." It was going to be a grim business getting sufficient food for "this little island" but the price Increase (80 words)
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  • RUNA WAY YOU THSHTT FED FIRMS: DRAIN ON LABOUR [Articles]
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    RUNA WAY YOU THSHTT FED FIRMS: DRAIN ON LABOUR From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. ]^|ALAYA\S "runaway youths" mainly Chinese who have left the country to avoid being called vp have caused a shortage of skilled labour in industry. Jn some cases the shortage is serious. Several thousand Federation (310 words)
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    Mr. .Maurice Nicholas, chairman of Aspro Ltd.. in Britain, and Nicholas Ply. in Australia, who arrived in Singapore yesterday by QEA-BOAC on his way to business talks in Australia. Straits Times picture. (32 words)
  • ON CARD CHARGE; MAN DISCHARGED [Articles]
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    ON CARD CHARGE; MAN DISCHARGED From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR. Wed— On en implication made by the proLow Poh Mun. 32. who appeared on two charges of forging an id<ntitv card and having in his possession two identity cards was today discharged by Tengku Abdul Rahman in the Kuala (60 words)
  • HAWKER TRIED TO BRIBE [Articles]
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    HAWKER TRIED TO BRIBE From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, WedWhen Peh Kee Chong was arrested for hawking he effered $2 to the constables to release him. In Kuala Lumpur Second Ma-M.strates Court he pleaded guilty to offering a bribe. Sentence was postponed to Auril 16 and bail of $100 (52 words)
  • FILM STARS AT FUN FAIR [Articles]
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    FILM STARS AT FUN FAIR From Our Own Correspondent. KOTA BAHRU, Wed. —One of the attractions to boost the Kelantan Security Forces Amenities fund and the Kelantan Amateur Athletic Association's fund during its fun fair at the Biaritz Amusement Park on May 3, Is the singing exhibition by two Malay (88 words)
  • Two men get praise from Bench [Articles]
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    Two men get praise from Bench DRIVER and a shopkeeper were yesterday praised by Fourth Police Magistrate, Mr. |P. Claque. for catching a young Chinese, who atempted to commit lurking house trespass on Feb. 1. The youth, 18-year-old Poh Hai Gong, was sentenced to three months imprisonment. Congratulating tfce men. (147 words)
  • STOLE BICYCLE [Articles]
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    STOLE BICYCLE PENANG, Wed. Pleading guilty to a charge of stealing a woman's bicycle, Ramasamy told the Penang Magistrate Mr. D. C. I. Wernham. that he was drunk when he took the bicycle. Mr. Wernham deferred sentence for a week and fixed bail at $300. (45 words)
  • 'Very fierce' in riots—six years [Articles]
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    'Very fierce' in riots six years A PACKER at the Government Printing Office, Ali Mansoor bin Ahmad, described as being very fierce when he incited a mob to burn a police van on Dec. 12, yesterday was sentenced to a total of six years' imprisonment at the Singapore Assizes, He (305 words)
  • 'Army worm' is farm's enemy [Articles]
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    'Army worm' is farm's enemy r VHE "Army worm" is the caterpillar that has been eating the Napier fodder grass on the 60-acre grassland of the Singapore Dairy Farm. Its entomological name is "cirphis" 'pronounced as in "surface" i. and it belongs to the '"noctuidae" f:nnily. Spraying of the grass (79 words)
  • $290 LORRY TYRE [Articles]
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    $290 LORRY TYRE From Our Own Correspondent. KLUANG. Wed. Charged with stealing a $290 lorry tyre of Ulu Paloh Estate, Niyor, Mohamed bin Mat was allow°d bail in $500 until-April 11. (31 words)
  • FELL OFF LORRY [Articles]
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    FELL OFF LORRY From Our Own Correspondent. ALOR STAR, Wed.— A lorry passenger. Hong Siew. was seriously hurt today when he fell on to the road near Kuala Ketil in central Kedah. (32 words)
  • Singapore Dairy [Articles]
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    Singapore Dairy S>T. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION, Home Nursing lecture, Brigade Hq., Stamford Road. 9.45 p.m. RED CROSS OLD PEOPLE'S CLUB, Wesley Hall, Fort Canning, 4 30 p.m. CHINESE V.M.C.A.. Selegie Road, students' music. 4.30 p.m. badminton, 5 p.m., body building, 5.30 p.m., basketball, 5.30 p.m., table-tennis. 7.30 p.m. THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. (99 words)
  • THEFT CHARGE [Articles]
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    THEFT CHARGE From Our Own Correspondent. M U A R, Wed.— Bail of $750 was granted Mokri bin Sawin Tanah charged at Muar with stealing jewellery belonging to a Malay woman in a house at Kampong Bukit Kling. (38 words)
  • SPORE HAS 3-HOUR ANTI-RIOT EXERCISE [Articles + Illustrations]
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    SPORE HAS 3-HOUR ANTI-RIOT EXERCISE jyjEN of the 'C Division. Singapore Police Force, and the Royal Army Service Corps carried out anti-riot exercises yesterday in the Rochore, Geylang and Beach Road areas. During the thr»e-houc practice, at«el-heJm©tM police armed and caTryljut rattan shields, and suppoitscl by locally enlisted and British (113 words)
  • HAD COPRA [Articles]
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    HAD COPRA From Our Own Correspondent TELUK ANSON, Wed Fines of $30 each were imposed on Razali bin Mat Jais, Mohamed Ariffln bin Abdullah, Tan bin Aki and Osman bin Haji Nawawi for being found in possession of 100 katis of copra valued at $54 at the Bagan Datoh jetty. (50 words)
  • SECOND OFFENCE [Articles]
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    SECOND OFFENCE From Our Own Correspondent. SEQAMAT, Wed.— Because it was his second offence, 38-yeax-ofld taxi driver. Lim Choon Guan, was today fined $40 at Segamat for conveying an extra passenger In his vehicle. (34 words)
  • High costs are driving cabmen home [Articles]
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    High costs are driving cabmen home JVIALAY drivers who iT1 came from the Federation to work in Singapore are returning to the rubber estates because of the rising cost of living. They can earn more money on the estates, and costs are less. Malay drivers are paid from $80 to (214 words)
  • NAVAL WEDDING [Articles + Illustrations]
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    NAVAL WEDDING •THE BRfDE bridegroom passing between a guard of honour at the wedding at it Andrews Cathedral. Singapore, yesterday of Miss Patricia Barbara Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Law and Surgeon Lt. Commander Norman Spencer Marsden, son of the late Dr. R. W. Marsden. and Mrs. (53 words)
  • T.U.'s talk of May Day [Articles]
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    T.U.'s talk of May Day PREPARATIONS are now under way In Singapore trade union circles to celebrate May Day— international labour day. A meeting of representatives of all Singapore trade unions is expected to be held soon to discuss details. For the past two years, because of the Emergency, May (73 words)
  • SCRAP RUBBER [Articles]
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    SCRAP RUBBER From Oar Own Correspondent. KLUANG. Wed.— Three Chinese Yap Kiow, 45, Chin Yin 39. and Wong Slew Chin. 19. charged with illegal possession of scrap rubber at the boundary of Coronation Estate and Mengyibol Estate Kluang were allowed $500 bail each and their case was postponed to April (51 words)
  • 'Political growth must come first' [Articles]
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    'Political growth must come first' T»HE amalgamation of Malaya's three big national organisations, UMNO, MCA and M.I.C. will not be accomplished until they are given time and Mr Chong Thutt Pitt, president of the Singapore M.C.A. branch, said yesterday. s«Fwe He pointed out that the :nree organisations have not 1 (137 words)
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  • DETAINED SHIPS: AGERNTS ASK C.G. TO ACT [Articles]
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    DETAINED SHIPS: AGERNTS ASK C.G. TO ACT Indonesian Government may be sued Captains 'were forced to sign 9 From Our Staff Correspondent PENANG, Wednesday. 'THE agents of all the eight Penang ships detained by the port authorities at Llok Seumawe, in Sumatra, are seeking legal advice on claims for compensation (222 words)
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    DR. X SARBADHIKARI. Professor of Orthopaedics in the University of Calcutta addressing Singapore X >Urians at the weekly lunch yesterday on the International Students' Service Experts Conference on th- health of students in South East Asia which was held in Singapore during the past week. Straits Times picture. (48 words)
  • YOUNG BOWMEN GET THEIR FIRST LESSON [Articles + Illustrations]
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    YOUNG BOWMEN GET THEIR FIRST LESSON School takes up archery STEADY, Robin Hood!" came the yell, and 12-year-old Shlaii Ting Hua shooting the first arrow in his life saw it go straight and true— but it fell just in front of the target 40 yards away. The scene was the (272 words)
  • Walked with split head [Articles]
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    Walked with split head From Our Own Correspondent. JOHORE BAHRU, Wed. r»HAN SONG, a lorry attendant who broke his skull in a road accident, walked one mile to a Jemaluang lodging house. He was injured when the lorry in which he was travelling, skidded during a rainstorm and threw him (75 words)
  • DEATH OF K.L. NEWSMAN [Articles]
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    DEATH OF K.L. NEWSMAN From Onr Staff Correspondent. KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Mr. Conrad Mackelvie, a Kuala Lumpur journalist, died last night at the General Hospital here after being ill for about six weeks. Mr. Mackelvie, who was 33, worked in the Kuala Lumpur office of the Straits Times from 1945 (70 words)
  • ONLY HIGH COURT MAY FLOG [Articles]
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    ONLY HIGH COURT MAY FLOG —SAYS JUDGE ANY punishment which involves flogging should j only be meted out by the High Court and not by j a Lower Court, said Mr. Justice Brown in the Singapore Supreme Court yesterday. J lid this at the conclu- U0 appeal in which ho (277 words)
  • NO QUORUM [Articles]
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    NO QUORUM The general meeting of the Women's Group of the Singapore Army Civil Service Union which was to have been held yesterday, has been pos.ooned because of lack of quorum. (31 words)
  • $3,191 IN LOTTERY CHARGE [Articles]
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    $3,191 IN LOTTERY CHARGE FIFTY chap-ji-kee lottery j slips and five lottery schedules, worth $3,191, were seized by police who raided a house in Tan Quee Lan Street, it was alleged in Singapore yesterday. Sim Ah Song, aged 36, Tan Peng Tin. aged 32, and a woman, Hlng Ah Kee. (153 words)
  • AMMO CHARGE [Articles]
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    AMMO CHARGE M. Velio Thevar. 54, was yesterday tentatively charged in the Singapore Second Police Court with possession of 66 rounds of Japanese ammunition at Canberra Gate, Naval Base, on April 3. He was remanded untli Apr. 11. (38 words)
  • 'CHURCH IS AGAINST DIVORCE' [Articles]
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    'CHURCH IS AGAINST DIVORCE' TANON R. K. S. Adams said last night that there must be some way by which young people seeking matrimony could be taught what marriage meant. He was giving a lecture on Christian marriage in the British Council Hall. Canon Adams stressed that there was a (163 words)
  • JUNIOR RED CROSS [Articles]
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    JUNIOR RED CROSS PENANG. Wed.— About 350 junior Red Cross members, the first in the Federation, will be enrolled at a special ceremony at Hutchings School ground. Penang, on Saturday afternoon. (31 words)
  • 17 GAMBLED [Articles]
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    17 GAMBLED MUAR, Wed. Seventeen Chinese were each fined $15 or one week's imprisonment at Muar for gambling. (18 words)
  • Ten men seek better music [Articles]
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    Ten men seek better music AlO-MAN committee, headed by the Singapore Colonial Secretary, Mr. VV. L. Blythe, has been set up Dy Government to make recommendations for improving orchestral performances in the Colony. The committee, however, agrees that the establishment of a full symphony orchestry in the Colony— to includt (181 words)
  • MR. W.S. HOSEASON [Articles]
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    MR. W.S. HOSEASON Thg Governor ha« appointed Mr. W. 8. Hoseason to be a member of the Rent Conciliation Board, Singapore. (21 words)
  • Promise to workers [Articles]
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    Promise to workers THE legitimate rights of workers would be safe in his hands, Mr. A. P. Rajah, Progressive Party candidate for Keppel, told Singapore Harbour Board workers yesterday. He was speaking at an election meeting at Breeze Plain. About 300 attended. Mr. Rajah said, that as a nominated Municipal (117 words)
  • All Labour on stage [Articles]
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    All Labour on stage THE Labour Party of- Singapore, will hold an election mass rally at Farrer Park on April 8. to wind up the Party's election campaign tor the Legislative Council elections next week. During the meeting; Labour candidates contesting; seven out of nine seats on the Singapore Legislative (55 words)
  • We did not boast: Tan [Articles]
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    We did not boast: Tan UNLIKE the Labour Party, the Progressive Party has never declared that its policy was to contest every ward in the Singapore Legislative Council elections, Mr. C. C Tan, president of the Progressive Party, said yesterday. Mr. Tan said this In reply (46 words)
  • SPC A takes 6,350 strays off streets [Articles]
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    SPC A takes 6,350 strays off streets MORE than 5,900 stray dogs and 450 stray cats were collected by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Singapore, during last year. This was stated at the reconvened annual meeting of the Society, held in the British Council hajl yesterday. (178 words)
  • 'LET POLITICS BE CLEAN' [Articles]
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    'LET POLITICS BE CLEAN' Thio urges: vote honestly MR. Thio Chan Bee, Progressive candidate for the Ward in the Singapore Legislative Council elections, yesterday appealed to voters and candidates to keep politics in Singapore clean. With polling day only five days off, he said that the atmosphere was full of (150 words)
  • TIME OFF TO CAST VOTES [Articles]
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    TIME OFF TO CAST VOTES CINGAPORE Municipal em- ployees who are repistered electors in the Legislative Council Elections will be allowed to leave office at 1 p.m. on Polling Day, April 10, to cast their votes. Mr. H. D. E. MacVitie. Acting; Municipal Secretary, yesterday said that a circular announcing (176 words)
  • RIVAL PARTY MEN SPEAK [Articles]
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    RIVAL PARTY MEN SPEAK Mr. A. P. Raja, a Progressive Party leader and candidate for Keppel district for the Singapore Legislative Council elections, and Mr. P. M. Williams, general secretary of the Labour Party, who Is contesting the Balestier district, will address members of Raffles Society, at th e Central (86 words)
  • THEFT 'ON THE CHEAP' ALLEGED [Articles]
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    THEFT 'ON THE CHEAP' ALLEGED From Our Own Correspondent. JOHORE BAHRU, Wed.— Palani and Chelliah. charged at Johore Bahru with theft from a shop during a "cheap sale," were allowed bail in $400 each pending trial. (36 words)
  • TAXI OFFENCE [Articles]
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    TAXI OFFENCE JOHORE BAHRU Wed -For carrying an extra taxi passenger Teo Chong Hek. of Senal, was fined $7 at Johore Bahru. (22 words)
  • STUDENT HEALTH CHECK URGED [Articles]
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    STUDENT HEALTH CHECK URGED r THERE should be a compulsory medical entrance examination for all University students and an annual recheck for all students except medical students, who should be re-checked bi-annually, This is one of the recommendation of the International Students' Service experts conference on student health in South-East (174 words)
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  • DEATH [Obituaries]
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    DEATH MADAM ONO BOEY NEO (Widow ot Khoo Peck Lock) aged 1 pawed away peacefully at No. 47 Marine Parade, Singapore, on 4th April 1951 at 1.40 a.m. leaving brlilnd to mourn her loss, 3 dauEhters Gek Choo (Mrs. Oh K»ee Liang*. Gek Kee and Gek Hlok. 1 son 800 (97 words)
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Articles]
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    AC KNOWLEDGMENT M s NG ENG SEAH. NO ENG Ui ,V families beg to express thi ir sincere thanks to fiiends Sc i who paid night visits A: •t tended the funeral of their fnther. the late Mr. Ng Ngiam Chenj: on April Ist those who sent wre;iths. scrolls etc. (54 words)
  • ANNOUNCEMENT [Articles]
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    ANNOUNCE MENT THE ANNOUNCEMENTS In the Sunday Times of 1.4.51 and Fru.its Times of 2.4.51 re the eniiflßement of Miss Lily Choo riiuitihUT of Mr. Choo Lye Hint is Ml th* Miss Lily Choo. daughter «>f Mr Choo Lye Huat ol Nc 11 Martta Road. Singapore. (46 words)
  • The Straits Times Singapore, Thurs. Apr. 5, 1951. Mopping up the money [Articles]
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    The Straits Times Singapore, Thurs. Apr. 5, 1951. Mopping up the money Inflation in Malaya can become almost as serious a problem as banditry, said Mr. H.B. van Praagh in his address to the Penang Chamber of Commerce. There is no question but that he is right. And as was (892 words)
  • AN ESTATE PAY "COMPROMISE" [Articles]
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    AN ESTATE PAY "COMPROMISE" WHEN the Malayan Planting Industries Employers' Association and the Estate Staff Union reached a comDromise on grades of pay, we were rather encouraged by what we read in the papers. But in practice we have found the compromise to be a farce It was stated that (242 words)
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    • MR. TAN TO MR. KIAT [Letters]
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      MR. TAN TO MR. KIAT ]t|R. G. H. Kiat, in a iTI letter in Wednesday's Straits Times, said I knew the whole facts about the Singapore Ratepayers' Association report on Rent Control Ordinance amendment. All I know Is that Mr. G. H. Kiat's name headed a list of five persons (374 words)
    • MINORITY OF ONE? [Letters]
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      MINORITY OF ONE? T AM surprised to hear that Mr. G. H. Kiat signed a report of the Ratepayers' Association Committee against his will. Mr. Kiat. in his manifesto to electors, says that he has had 30 years' service on committees of this kind. Has he never heard of a (55 words)
    • Student Health [Letters]
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      Student Health YOUR leading article on the International Students' Service Health Conference, on April 2, suggests an imperfect knowledge of the subject. I write to point out a few details which may have escaped notice. Middle-aged professional men like myself remember the days when no provision was made for student (386 words)
    • THE CLERKS' INTERESTS [Letters]
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      THE CLERKS' INTERESTS WAS surprised to read in your correspondence columns that, among; others, Mr. G. H. Kiat and Mr. N. S. Hogan had signed a recommendation for a flat rate of increase of 20 per cent, on existing rents of controlled premises These two gentlemen. I believe are members (78 words)
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    • The lax collector's difficulty [Letters]
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      The lax collector's difficulty IUHEN the Government in- troduced the Income Tax Ordinance with such disgusting haste, It no doubt did so on the strength of a statement by the adviser, Mr. Heasman, that there would be no difficulty in the equitable collection of the tax, and that he expected (239 words)
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      Letters signed with r.im-de-plume cannot be published units* the writer's name and address are communicated in confidence to the editor as sign of gcod faith. (25 words)
  • In the Municipal lobbies [Articles]
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    In the Municipal lobbies SINGAPOREANS will join with Mr. Frank James, elected Municipal Commissioner for East Ward, in the surprise which he expressed at the Commissioners' meeting last week that there are no Municipal markets at Katong. In an area which embraces nearly one quarter of the city's population, it (702 words)
  • On the Margin [Articles]
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    On the Margin Miss Agues Joaquim IT seems that I got a bit mixed up over the origin of Van da Joaquim in my note last Saturday. Mr. Basil J.P. Joaquim, of Kuala Lumpur, writes to me as follows: This hybrid was not discovered in the garden of Mrs. J.P. (426 words)
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  • SCHOOLBOYS JOIN ANTI-PRICE WAR [Articles]
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    SCHOOLBOYS JOIN ANTI-PRICE WAR 12 will sell low cost food in their holidays TWELVE senior boys of the Singapore Victoria School have volunteered to spend the holidays selling vegetables and dried provisions at cheap prices in markets in the Katong area, in an attempt to fight high food costs. They (160 words)
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    BRITISH CriA/.ii'.ON skaters, Dennis and V.-.ij Silvcrthorne. in Scandinavian Ice Revue at th e Capitol Theatre, Singapore. Ten tons of icing pipes and equipment was shipped to Singapore for the construction of the ice-rink on the stage the first time one has ever been made so near the Equator. Straits (52 words)
  • 100 more houses for S'pore [Articles]
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    100 more houses for S'pore ANOTHER large hous- ing estate of 100 terrace houses and 10 bungalows is to be built by private enterprise in the Serangoon Road area of Singapore. The houses are being offered for sale to the public on eafy payment terms. The estate will be on (227 words)
  • MALAY GIRLS FOR S.J.A.B. [Articles]
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    MALAY GIRLS FOR S.J.A.B. A St. John Ambulance Biieao'p Ve?rasamy Road women's section, is to be formed soon. Che Adlsab Abdu. Rahman. a member ot St. John Ambu]nn:r Arab street section. Is recruiting Mi'ay women for It Mi hj wojren wfsfr.ni; to Join should corr<muni..? t t with ur at (54 words)
  • HAWKER HAD 2 HOONS OF OPIUM [Articles]
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    HAWKER HAD 2 HOONS OF OPIUM In a security check at Fraser Street. Singapore, on Tuesday night. Police Lieutenant Edwards found two hoons of dross opium on 50-year-old hawker. Chua Theng Kee. Chua was yesterday fined $25 in the Singapore First District Court. (43 words)
  • Buddhists to fight black mart [Articles]
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    Buddhists to fight black mart ]yjORE than 10,000 Buddhists in Singapore are joining in the campaign to fight the black-market and lower the cost of living in the Colony. A decision was taken early this week at a Joint meeting of the executive and supervisory committees of the Singapore Buddhist (96 words)
  • Embraced woman after deal [Articles]
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    Embraced woman after deal ARAG-AND-BONE man drew a woman into his arms during her husband's absence, it was stated in the Singapore Fourth Police Court yesterday. Ong Pee the man. was charged with using criminal force on Tan Kai Keow 20, with intent to outrage her modesty. He was fined (160 words)
  • PEPSI-COLA SELLS WELL [Articles]
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    PEPSI-COLA SELLS WELL Pepsi-Cola the new bottled drink introduced to Singapore this week by Union Limited is selling so well that some difficulty is being experienced on maintaining supplies said Mr. J. H. Abbott, manager of the company, yesterday. The company's trucks have been working up to half-past ten at (55 words)
  • Bag two bandits on 1st. patrol [Articles]
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    Bag two bandits on 1st. patrol From Our SUIT Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. POUR days after they had taken over from the 2nd Scots Guards the First Battalion Royal West Kents on Monday killed two bandits in the first patrol they sent out. The patrol was from "A" Coy and (129 words)
  • FILIPINO OBSERVER [Articles + Illustrations]
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    FILIPINO OBSERVER DR. Mari Mendoza Barker, a Filipino who recently married Chief Officer Robert C. Barker of the Bruas, although still on her honeymoon has attended a conference in Singapore durin* Ihe past week. She was an observer for her country at the experts conference on university student health problems (134 words)
  • 2 MEN STEAL $4,500 CAR [Articles]
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    2 MEN STEAL $4,500 CAR Osman bin Omar, and Syed Rahman bin Syed Ahmad, yesterday pleaded guilty in the Singapore Third Police Court to stealing a car, valued at $4,500 belonging to Henry Moh in Eng Hoon Street on April 2. They were alternatively charged with concealing five motor car (78 words)
  • WELFARE HOMES FOR MUSLIMS [Articles]
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    WELFARE HOMES FOR MUSLIMS AN appeal to Singapore Muslims to set up welfare homes for orphans, and for Muslim women who have been forced to seek undesirable ways of earning a living, is to be made by Che Zaharah binte Noor Mohamed, president of the Singapore Malay Women's Welfare Association. (190 words)
  • Police want 120 recruits [Articles]
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    Police want 120 recruits 'ptfE Singapore Police Force needs 120 recruits now to fill its ranks. These places are still vacant following the Federation Government's refusal to allow the Singapore force to recruit in Penang two weeks ago. ■A Singapore police spokesman told the Straits Times yesterday that the Jorce (60 words)
  • NEW MOON DAY [Articles]
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    NEW MOON DAY New Moon Day celebrations will be held at the Buddhist Temple. Outram Road Singapore, today at 7 p.m. (21 words)
  • HAD IRON RODS [Articles]
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    HAD IRON RODS Low Gek King, was sentenced in the Singapore Second Police Court yesterday to one month's imprisonment to be followed by six months' police supervision for fraudulent possession of 21 pieces of iron rods, worth $21. (38 words)
  • Two forsake the fez for Gandhi caps [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Two forsake the fez for Gandhi caps TWO Tunisian nationalist leaders who arrived in Singapore yesterday by QEA-BOAC from Calcutta will wear, temporarily, Gandhi caps given to them by Indian political leaders, instead of the fez. They are going to Jakarta to tell Indonesia of Tunisia's struggle for independence. The (156 words)
  • NO 1951 STAMP [Articles]
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    NO 1951 STAMP JOHORE BAHRU, Wed.Kang Hong Chuan. of Pandan, was fined $15 In thp Police Court today for using a weighing instrument which had not been stamped for 1951. (30 words)
  • Ghostly stones on N.S. house [Articles]
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    Ghostly stones on N.S. house From Our Staff Correspondent SEREMBAN, Wed. rE assistance of two Malay pawangs has been sought by the deputy chairman of the Seremban Town Board. Tungku Mustapha. to remove a poltergeist that he believes has been throwing stones at his house since last Friday n'.eht. The (225 words)
  • Fed. labour move rouses interest [Articles]
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    Fed. labour move rouses interest SINGAPORE Labour Party leaders are watching with "deep interest and optimism" the move to form a Labour Party in the Federation. But. they would not say whether the Federation move Is part, of the Party's plan to •'spread its wings over Malayan politics." Mr. P. (105 words)
  • ..And Yahya just lost his temper [Articles]
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    ..And Yahya just lost his temper WHEN I found out one of my friends had raped my wife while I was on night-duty. I lost my temper," a Malay, Yahya bin Tahai, an army fireman, told a Singapore court yest«rday. And because he lost his temper. Yahya picked up ahammer (253 words)
  • CLEARED OF C.B.T. [Articles]
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    CLEARED OF C.B.T. Nineteen-year-old Llm Seng Peck was acquitted by Mr. R. B. I." Pates, the Singapore Second Police Magistrate, yesterday on a charge of criminal breach of trust of a picyclc. (32 words)
  • BOATMAN FINED [Articles]
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    BOATMAN FINED Teo Long Gaik, an unemployed boatman, was fined $20 In the First District Court, Singapore, yesterday for falllng to register for tax identity (25 words)
  • BUDDHISTS WILL PRAY FOR PEACE [Articles]
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    BUDDHISTS WILL PRAY FOR PEACE From Our Staff Correspondent IPOH, Wed. THE Toong Lin Siew Chook 1 Buddhist Temple in Greentown, largest of its kind in Ipoh, will hold a three-day prayer meeting on May 19, 20 and 21 for world peace. Buddhist priests from Penan? will help in conducting (69 words)
  • Scarcer. dearer cloth feared [Articles]
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    Scarcer. dearer cloth feared From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. A BIG fall in the cotton output in America and a diversion of rayon yarn and raw cotton to the rearmament programme, may make lower-grade textiles very scarce in the Federation in the next few months. India, unable to (217 words)
  • Coroner told of threat [Articles]
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    Coroner told of threat Tay Sian Toh told the Singapore Coroner yesterday that the day before her husband was found drowned off Clifford Pier he told her that a neighbour had threatened him with assault. Tay, who identified the body of her husband. Taa Eng Chin, at the Marine Police (74 words)
  • HAD NO CARD [Articles]
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    HAD NO CARD Dee Ah Hong was cautioned and discharged by the Singapore First District Judge. Mr. H. E. Kingdon, yesterday for failing to produce his Identity card at the Te'.ok Ayer Basin, Singapore, on April 3. (37 words)
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  • Demanded $5,000 for Reds, gets 18 months [Articles]
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    Demanded $5,000 for Reds, gets 18 months POLICE DECOYS CAUGHT YOUTH A GOLDSMITH'S son, A I^-year-old Ting Siew Kay, yesterday was sentenced in the Singapore Third District Court to 18 months' imprisonment and six strokes of the rotan for attempting to put a sick merchant in fear of injury to (356 words)
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    INCONSIDERATE JOHORE BAHRU, Wed Lim Eng Khoon, a Singapore lorry driver was flned $25 in the Police Court today for inconsiderate driving along Jalan Tebrau, and colliding with another vehicle. (30 words)
  • BUS TOO FAST [Articles]
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    BUS TOO FAST JOHORE BAHRU. Wed Lan Choo Lim. who drove a bus at 45 miles an hour on a road with a limit of 25 miles an hour, was flned $40 at Johore Bahru today. (36 words)
  • YOUTH GIVEN $1,000 BAIL [Articles]
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    YOUTH GIVEN $1,000 BAIL Tan Jwee Juang 19. of Queen's Street Boys' Home, was yesterday tentatively charged in the Third Police Court, Singapore, with housebreaking on April 2, in order to steal a watch, a pencil, a shaving set and cutlery belonging to Mr. H. Higgins at Temangong Road. He (88 words)
  • MR. KITAHARA FINDS STORE FRIENDLY [Articles]
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    MR. KITAHARA FINDS STORE FRIENDLY |LfR. H. Kitahara, the first Japanese civilian to iT enter Singapore since the end of the war, claims he has found no anti-Japanese feeling in the Colony. An official of the Japanese Government, Mr. Kitahara arrived in Singapore on Saturday to attend, as an observer, (192 words)
  • ANOTHER BRITISH SUBJECT [Articles + Illustrations]
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    ANOTHER BRITISH SUBJECT DR. CHEN SU LAN, a prominent member of the Chinese conimunity in Singapore, receiving his certificate of naturalisation from the Colonial Secretory, Mr. W L Blythe On the left is Mr. D. K. Daniels, the Under! Secretary. Thirty-eight others also received certificates at a ceremony this week (58 words)
  • MORE TRAVELLED BY RAIL IN FEB. [Articles]
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    MORE TRA VELLED BY RAIL IN FEB. From Our Staff Correspondent M KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. ORE passengers travelled by the Malayan R o a llway in February than in January, paying 5996.810 compared with $869,841— an increase of $126,969. The amount of revenue from goods traffic during February was also (94 words)
  • $1 MILLION FIRE IN BORNEO [Articles]
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    $1 MILLION FIRE IN BORNEO From Our Staff Correspondent. KUDAT, Borneo, Wed. FIRE which broke out in Kudat last Saturday afternoon, in 45 minutes destroyed 43 shophouses, made 130 people homeless, and caused $1,000,000 damage. There were no casualties in the fire which spread rapidly when fanned by a strong (51 words)
  • Shot sailor better [Articles]
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    Shot sailor better From Our SUIT Correspondent PENANG, Wed. TRAHAM Crombie, 17-year-u old British seaman from the 7,044-ton Benloyal, who was wounded by Penang terrorists on Monday night, was today reported to be improving in the Penang General Hospital. His companion, 28-year-old Seng; Onn. a painter from the same vessel, (88 words)
  • RAILWAY CHIEF LET US DOWN —UNIONS [Articles]
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    RAILWAY CHIEF LET US DOWN —UNIONS From Our Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. REPRESENTATIVES of three powerful railway workers' unions told Mr. J. O. Sanders, general manager of the Malayan Railways, last night: "You have let us down badly". This was told in reply to his claim that he had (257 words)
  • NEW BRITISH SUBJECTS [Articles]
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    NEW BRITISH SUBJECTS At a ceremony at the Victoria Memorial Hall the Colonial Secretary, Singapore Mr. W. L. Blythe, presented naturalisation certificates to the following 39 persons Mr. Lim Boon Chin. Mrs. Carmelo Paiomar. on behalf of her husband. Mr. Vladimir Alexii Rebikoff. Mr. Han Luk Juan. Mr. Yeh Sui (183 words)
  • NO LICENCE [Articles]
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    NO LICENCE KLUANO, Wed— For driving a motor lorry at Jalan Mersing, Kluang without a licence. Low Yoon Choy was flned $25 or 10 days' imprisonment. (26 words)
  • 'KING' AT AIRPORT [Articles]
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    'KING' AT AIRPORT Four pictures of the King and Queen were yesterday hung in the main hall of the terminal building at Kallang airport. (24 words)
  • Russian weds Estonian [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Russian weds Estonian MR. O. ULIANITSKY, a 40-year-old Russian attached to the Imports Department of the Anglo-American Corporation, and his Estonian bride. 27-year-old Miss Olga Tarma, after their marriage at the Singapore Registry yesterday. Mrs. Ullanitsky. who came from England by the Wlllem Ruy s on Tuesday, was dressed in (86 words)
  • TO RAUB [Articles]
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    TO RAUB RAUB, Wed.— The headquarters of the Central Electricity Board, Eastern Region, South, has been transferred from Kuala Lipls to Raub. (22 words)
  • NEW LA. OPENS NEXT MONTH [Articles]
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    NEW LA. OPENS NEXT MONTH THE new $150,000 Indian Association building in Balestier Road will be opened by the Commissioner-General, Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald, next month. soclation, built from funds raised by members of the community In Singapore. The building's foundation stone was laid by the Indian Prime Minister, Pandit (77 words)
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    • TALKING OF STAMPS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      TALKING OF STAMPS UNCLE BILL JUST recently we read of a romance commemorated on a stamp. There is aj curious stamp which I commemorates a very vain men. When Shah Pahlevi of Persia acceded to the throne he gave instructions that the picture of the former ruler should be blacked (321 words)
    • Answers To Last Week's Quiz [Articles]
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      Answers To Last Week's Quiz *4tl3nBjp snotdoo vi aqtqiuj oj sueam ijßnb pajanßos aac iptq.w sjjiS jo X3UOUI S| ossaBjE7 'H'sqaXa dqi jo auoaj ut aanionajs maj^d -SUEX) itUJOIJ Sj C3UJO3 V 'sneuajsodajd •XisnojAqo '^tppo '|E]iuassa z ,'Avpuovi uo noA aas- o; Gujoo U^us i, mK-es an pue uitq iuojj (66 words)
    • MARIAM and the BEE [Articles + Illustrations]
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      MARIAM and the BEE "I DO nice tne look of that little girl", said Bumble the bee to his friend Bizz. "She doesn't seem to be afraid of us like most of the children who come near the hive. Do you think I could try to make friends with her?'' (511 words)
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      DLEASE enrol me js member of the Children's Corner Wise Owls Club, and send me badge. NAME ADDRESS DATE OF BIRTH (21 words)
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  • Page 9 Miscellaneous
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      Picture Puzzle i i For All Ages •S Dear Boys and Girls, dwarfs and giants, and |immy 7 The winners of the contest in Chew, aged 13, 62 St. Patrick's which you were asked to decide Road, Singapore 15. |immy ■> what Ali found on his lead in the tells (380 words)
  • Commercial And Shipping news
    • LONDON STOCKS [Articles]
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      LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Wed. BRITISH Government stocks fell by a quarter to half a point in the London Stock Exchange today following the Government economic survey of 1951 predicting a "harsh" year. Other domestic stocks were marked slightly lower at the outset but later recovered in the absence of selling (327 words)
    • CANADIAN DOLLAR [Articles]
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      CANADIAN DOLLAR 'THE Malayan Exchange Bank* Association announced yeslerday that control direct rates for Canadian dollars were: Buying T.T. 34 11 16. Airmail (0.D.) 34 13 16, (90 daysi 35 1 16; Selling T.T./O.D. ready 34 5/16. (37 words)
    • H.K. EXCHANGE RATES [Articles]
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      H.K. EXCHANGE RATES HONG KONG, Wed. pREE market currency exchange for Hong Kong dollar* was quoted at the close today as follows: US$l JiKs6.o2 (cash); HKs6.o6'i (T); £l HK$ 15.50; one tahll of gold HKS3I6.— U.P. (36 words)
    • RUBBER MARKET Good business done in all grades [Articles]
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      RUBBER MARKET Good business done in all grades From A Market Correspondent A LARGE volume of business was reported in the Singapore rubber market yesterday at about $2.18 a lb. for April first-grade shipment. All the other grades were likewise involved in many transactions, i Some overseas Inquiries were received (186 words)
    • London Rubber [Articles]
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      London Rubber LONDON. Wed., Apr. 4— Spot C2d.. May 62d.. June 62d.. JulySept. 60 '.d., Oct.-Dec. 56Hd.. Apr. cj.f. 62' 4 d., April-May cJ.f. 62d.. May-June c.i.f 61d., nom. Market: Very Steady. (32 words)
    • TIN: $603 A PICUL [Articles]
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      TIN: $603 A PICUL SINGAPORE, Wed., Apr. 4— 5603 (down 75 cents). £1,250 a ton in London LONDON. Wed.. Apr. 4.— Spot Buyers: .t 1.250; Forward £1,195; Settlement £1,250 (down £15). Turnovers: a.m. 80 tons, p.m. 80 tons. (38 words)
    • Malayan shares [Articles]
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      Malayan shares Steady in all sections ALL sections of the Malayai share market were stead] yesterday. Slight increase" were recorded in some In dustrials and Rubbers. Price changes announced yester day by the Malayan Sharebroken Association were: ■Ml Gammons 2.60 Henry Waugh 2. SO M Breweries 5 5» M. Colls (178 words)
    • TIN OUTPUTS [Articles]
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      TIN OUTPUTS gUNGEI Bidor Tin Dredging In March worked 667 hours and treated 323.200 cubic yards to produce 1,009 piculs of tin-ore. TTINTA Kellas Tin Dredging In March produced 317 piculs of tin-ore. fTAKUAPA Valley Dredging in March, using two dredges, covered 195.000 cubic yards in 1.054 hours to produce (54 words)
    • The Produce Market [Articles]
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      The Produce Market HTHE Singapore pepper market x steadied yesterday on better overseas inquiries, with some business reported in Lampong black. Five ton' c* anged ha I ai $665 a pi ill, and anoth i o| of 20 piculs was Uter sold $6«8 a plcul. Sellers increased quotations fci Muntok (152 words)
    • Shipping in the Roads and alongside [Articles]
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      Shipping in the Roads and alongside CHIPS in the Singapore Roads and alongside the Singapore Harbour Board godowns yesterday at 4 p.m. were: Outer Roads: Hai Hsuan, Nidar. Bougainville, Susanna, Victoria Peak. Bunabaai, Sanana, Hoegh, Silverstream, Adelanto, Inverbnk, Prometheus, Demodeus, Tabinta, Max Brander, Bali, Touranl, Holmy, Ibis, Brest. Nor vest. (157 words)
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      (Incorporated in Singapore) BLUB FUNNEL LINK C mwci option to proceed m other potts to load and discharge cargo SAILINGS to LIVERPOOL. CLASCOW LONDON CONTINENTAL PORTS Due Mill Vhnm ferujne Dcmodocus tm Havre, •ujihfe Liverpool In Pert Apt. Apr. 10/12 Apr. 13/15 Aopcnot toi Oroa Casablanca. .•■d London. H burr (1415 words)
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      PRESIDENT LINER SAILINCS To New York and Boston via Ceylon. India Egypt and Mediterranean Ports. vntdooff P swell enham fenani "PRES. lOHNSON" Cdns. 38/39 Sails 8 Apr. 9/10 Apr. 11/12 Apr. "PRES MONROE" 9/14 Apr. Omit 15/16 Apr PRES. ARTHUR" 16/22 Apr. 23/24 Apr 2S/26 Apr PRES BUCHANAN" 1/7 May (411 words)
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      EAST ASIATIC LINE SAILINCS FROM SCANOINAVIA/U K. /CONTINENT; loore P Stian* Penani "Erria" for Bangkok 7-8 Apr In Pert Nordhval" for Bangkok 20-22 Apr. 17-18 Apr "Panama" for B kok, Sagon. HKong. wi«*pr Manila. Kobe Yokohama 30 Apr. -2 May 28-29 Apr 27-27 Apr V£ l 1" d fo i (446 words)
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  • Be Alive? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Be Alive? MURIEL PENN Jj*) tpVER since the day when the once proud leaders of the Nazi regime signed the German surrender in a schoolroom at Rheims in May 1945. that question has been the. centre of controversy. An American Judge, Mr. Micfcael A. Musmanno, of the Court of Common (852 words)
  • TREASURE ISLAND FOR THE TANK-BUILDERS [Articles + Illustrations]
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    TREASURE ISLAND FOR THE TANK-BUILDERS A WORLD-WIDE search for a vital war metal has ended on an island 60 miles from Melbourne. There, be neath King Island's 400 square miles of grazing land, lie 3,000,000 tons of the ore which pro duces tungsten. Without tungsten— used to toughen steel— let (210 words)
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      is "EVE DAY" when Singapore will know who sht ii wtiat the it why women hate her and why men love her Winner of f 6 ACADEMY AWARDS (^k\ Darryl K. Zanock /fl BITTK DAVIS tt Rn ANNE BAXTER M Margo. AWARD £ye prrsrn t.« iKORC.E SANDKRS KillTlTT CELESTE HOLM (388 words)
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      EXCITEMENT RIPS -W^~\ Universal- International's -^■■■BwaW^^a*^^ l THRILLING SUCCESSOR TO THE NAKED CliV Starring Richard Conte Cilev.i Gray THEIR THRILLS AND DANGERS! I Meet EXOTIC ORIENTAL ACTRESS TERI DUNA Together icith BENSON FONG LI SUN NOT A NEWSREEL FULL-LENGTH DRAMA! DAY^ THE MOST TALKED OF PICTURE IN SINGAPORE'S FILM HISTORY (159 words)
  • Page 11 Miscellaneous
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      SINGAPORE K. LUMPUR ff SSJ^niKS mS10 a.m. News; 10.10 Close; 10.45 10 a.m.-2 50 p.m. As S'pore; 6 sic: CIose Schools; 12 Malay; 1 p.m. Light "Happy Anniversary"; 7 As BFEBS Music; 1.30 News; 1.45 Red Norvo S'pore; 730 "Pride and Preju- 4j|| pm ..j^ the London Trio; 2 Schools; (500 words)
  • UNKNOWN [Articles]
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    UNKNOWN 'Recent changes in bye-laws invalid' rHK president of the Singapore Amateur Football Association, Mr. W McGregor Watt, has addressed a final letter to the president of the Football Association of Malaya (Kuala Lumpur) on the F.A.M.'s exclusion of S.A.F.A. from this year's Malaya Cup competition. S.A.F.A. considers, Mr. Watt (590 words)
  • DANES THREATEN BOYCOTT [Articles]
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    DANES THREATEN BOYCOTT COPENHAGEN, Wed. FlENMARK may boycott next year's All-England Badminton Championships unless London courts are improved. Joergen Bergquist, who captained the Danes ;n London last month, commented in the newspaper Polit'ken today: "The floor of the court looked like that of a stable. I think Danish badminton players (63 words)
  • CHEW BEE OUT IN THIRD ROUND [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    CHEW BEE OUT IN THIRD ROUND NICE. Wed— On? Chew Bee (Singapore! was beaten in the third round of the men's singles In the international lawn tennis tournament here yesterday. He lost to Bengt Anelson -(Sweden) 1-0, 6-3. 5-7. Chew Bee beat Miguel Marra, (Spain) In the first round and (59 words)
  • THOMAS MATCHED WITH ROBINSON [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    THOMAS MATCHED WITH ROBINSON MIAMI, f Florida >, Wed. A world welterweight title fight between Ray (Sugar) Robinson and Britain's Eddie Thomas, holder of the British. Empire and European titles, is a probability for June in London. O e o r g e Gilford. Robinson's manager, said that he had (63 words)
  • Dai Rees and Faulkner play here tomorrow [Articles]
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    Dai Rees and Faulkner play here tomorrow ORITISH match-play D champion Dai Rees and the Ryder Cup player Max Faulkner will play an exhibition match at the Island Club tomorrow. Rees and Faulkner have been in Australia playing a series of exhibition matches and competing in the major money tournaments. (271 words)
  • IFF accepts S.A.F.A. application [Articles]
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    IFF accepts S.A.F.A. application MADRID W>d. SINGAPORE Amateur FootO ball Association's application for affiliation to the International Football Federation will be provisionally accepted The executive committee of I.F.F. decided this at its two-day meeting which ended here last night. S.A.F.A.'s affiliation will be ratified at the next congress meeting in (94 words)
  • SPORTING THE WINNERS [Articles]
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    SPORTING THE WINNERS AflY TEN be«,t horses to follow m at the April Meeting at Bukit Timah which starts on Saturday are: Abbeystead: An honest -togoodness sort who rarely runs a bad race; put up some fine ptrformances behind Lebombo. Brave Wind. Result and Ursus over a mile and beyond: (429 words)
  • MEDICAL WORKERS WIN FIVE-ONE [Articles]
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    MEDICAL WORKERS WIN FIVE-ONE Singapore Medical Workers' Union defeated Hotspurs Sports Club five-one in a Singapore A.F.A. division 3B match played on the C.V.M.A. ground yesterday. Scorers for SWMU were centreforward Dollah (3), Nadarajah and Murugasu. I. Falli scored Hotspurs' only goal off a penalty. (45 words)
  • Follow these six at Bukit Timah [Articles]
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    Follow these six at Bukit Timah EPSOM JEEP By UACH meeting in the new season brings out its crop of maiden winners, and six it will pay to follow at the April Meeting at Bukit Timah which begins on Saturday are: Cape Horn, Film Studio, Corazon, Billdaw, Picture House and (528 words)
  • PRESS WIN BY ODD GOAL [Articles]
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    PRESS WIN BY ODD GOAL In a fast, exciting Bus'.vjss House League "B" soccer match played on the Police Depot ground yesterday. Straits Times Press S.C. beat Ford Motor S.C. threetwo. Scorers for Straits Times were Osman bin Hassan, Mlsran bin Hassan, and Sayud bin Idris. W. H. Weakley and (56 words)
  • SINGAPORE TIDES [Articles]
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    SINGAPORE TIDES TODAY: 10.27 a.m. (9ft.), 11.03 p.m. (8.4); 4.T7 a.m. (2.4), 4.56 p.m. (0.8). TOMORROW: 11.09 a.m. (9.3). 11.27 p.m. (8.6): 5 a.m. (1.6), 5.28 D.m. (1.2). (28 words)
  • 4-goal rally gives TPCA victory [Articles]
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    4-goal rally gives TPCA victory From Oar SUB Correspondent. KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. DOWN one-nil in the first half. Tamilian Physical Cultural Association rallied strongly in the second period to beat Selangor Indian Assn. by" four goals to one in a Selangor F.A. first division league game played on Princes Road (139 words)
  • Ike makes up his mind [Articles]
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    Ike makes up his mind PHILADELPHIA, Wed. |KE Williams has finally decided to defend his lightweight championship but It seems likrhhe has waited a little too long to make up his mind. Frank iBlinkyt Palermo. Williams' manager, said Ike will fieri' .lames Carter of New York in a title match (114 words)
  • REFEREE WAS ABSENT [Articles]
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    REFEREE WAS ABSENT Soccer fans and players at Geylang yesterday were disappointed whf-n the referee failed to turn up for the S.A.F.A. Division 3A fixture b'tween Social Athletic Party and Marine Department. As no other official substitu'e was available, the match was called off. (44 words)
  • LOCKED VON NIDA ALL SQUARE [Articles]
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    LOCKED VON NIDA ALL SQUARE CAPE TOWN. Wed.— At the end oi the first 18 holes in their 144hole challenge match fj a £1.500 stake. Bobby Locke and Norman von Nida were all square on the Mowbray Course this morning. The match will be continued at Durban and Johannesburg.— A.P (50 words)
  • F & N BEAT BREWERIES 6-NIL [Articles]
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    F N BEAT BREWERIES 6-NIL ftONFINING play to their opponents' half for the greater part of the game Fraser Neave Sports Club had little difficulty in beating Malayan Breweries Sports Club by six goals to nil in the Business House League "A" soccer game played on the F. &jN. ground (211 words)
  • FIRST POINTS FOR CASUALS [Articles]
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    FIRST POINTS FOR CASUALS Chinese Casuals 3; S.R.C 1. TWO bottom-of-the-league teams, Chinese Casuals x and Singapore Recreation Club, showed up well yesterday when they met in the Senior Division S.A.F.A. League, despite having to play in conditions far from ideal after a heavy afternoon shower In winning by three-one (466 words)
  • H.K. boxers impress in tourney [Articles]
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    H.K. boxers impress in tourney HONG KONG boxers wert impressive in last night's preliminary bout;; of the FARELF individual boxing championships at Tanglin Barracks gymnasium. All seven of the Hong Kong men seen in action won their fights. The semi-flnals will be held at Tanglin tonight and the finals tomorrow (237 words)
  • SPORTS LETTER 4 reply to Cricket Fan [Letters]
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    SPORTS LETTER 4 reply to Cricket Fan J HASTEN to reply to Cricket Pan's remarks In connection wi'h the cricket match, Indian Association v Ceylon Sports Club (Senior League), as I feel he h«i written something about which he seems to have very little knowledge. If he had only taken (129 words)
  • Sports Dairy [Articles]
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    Sports Dairy SOCCF.R: Div. 1: Tamil B.A. v Indonesians at stadium; Div. Z: Fathul Karib v Star Soccerites ii BODC'A; Div. 3B: Katong Bajarab A v R.N. Kranji at Geylang; Business Hse. Lge. B: 1.C.1, v Dunl. -i S.C. at Farrer Park, Services Lgr.: G.H.Q. v R.A.S.C. TENNIS: V.M.C.A. tourney. (56 words)
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