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The Straits Times, 18 January 1953

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    THE SUNDAY TIMES LARGEST NET! MALES EN MALAYA No *l(t SINGAPORE, SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. 1953. PRICE FIFTEEN CENTS.  (18 words)
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  • They tell me it's bad for my health [Articles]
    They tell me it's bad for my health CHE FAH B BACK Sunday Times Crime Reporter LUMPUR- Sat. THE Ciee F*h racketeers a-f t*a:K A powerful svna cate of secre; society men has taken over m Mr. X whose DOO month gambling empire crumbled ->t Sunday Times am twe weeks...  (333 words)
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  • SILENT VILLAGERS ARE SET FREE [Articles]
    SILENT VILLAGERS ARE SET FREE Thirty five detainees go back to the new Permatang Tinggi Women's petition to Gen. Templer PENANC, Saturday THIRTY five Permatang Tinggi villagers out of a total of 66 sent to a detention camp by the High Commissioner. General Sir Gerald Templer, last August, have been...  (301 words)
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  • EMPIRE WILL BE THERE [Articles]
    EMPIRE WILL BE THERE LONDON. Sat—Representatives from Commonwealth air forces are expected to ioin the Royal Air Force in demonstrations at the R.A.F. Coronation review on July 15. Details of the programme have not yet been settled but Britain's latest jet fighers and bombers will probably stage a mass fly-past....  (68 words)
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  • fib for Queen [Articles]
    fib for Queen LONDON. Sat Queen Eliza--:d the Duke of Edinburgh will see E*w Cia:r".<fllni -Les Belles LV Nult" as the ruesu of the French Ambassador Mr Rene Massicli or. Feb 11 —Renter.  (33 words)
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  • Alarm over dagga [Articles]
    Alarm over dagga JOHANNESBURG. Bat— A special South African committee yeslerday expressed alarm at the growing dagga Indian hemp) smoking in South Africa and said the traffic, backed by powerful interests. was increasing. Reuter.  (34 words)
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  • The Royal smile [Articles + Illustrations]
    The Royal smile THE QUEEN, Princess Margaret and the Duke of Edinburgh wave from their car as they leave St. Giles' Catbedral in Edinburgh after attending th e wedding last week of the Earl of Dalkeith, 29, to Miss Jane McNeill. 22. daughter of a Hong Kong lawyer. Britain's "Wedding...  (62 words)
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  • Mascots [Articles + Illustrations]
    Mascots The boy with the dog is It year-old Vu Van Tong. who has been adopted as a mac-cot by French troops in Indo-China. He is seen here at the head of a column in th Tarkinese Delta area being led in turn by his own mascot a four month...  (54 words)
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  • CEYLON SPURNED U.S. OFFER [Articles]
    CEYLON SPURNED U.S. OFFER WASHINGTON, Sat. THE RETIRING American foreign aid chief, Mr. Averell Harriman Expressed "critical concern" yesterday over a deal by Ceylon to ship 250.000 tons of rubber to Communist China over the next five years. In a farewell report to U.S. Congress, Mr. Harriman said the Ceylon...  (102 words)
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  • Cordons kill Red leader [Articles]
    Cordons kill Red leader KUALA LUMPUR. Sat CIVE hundred yards from a road where the High Commissioner General Sir Gerald Tempter and Lady j Templer had passed barely an hour before, one of Malacca's top Communist terrorists was yesterday killed by security forces. He was Choong Nam Wah, commander of...  (146 words)
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  • 32 DIE IN HOOGHLY [Articles]
    32 DIE IN HOOGHLY CALCUTTA. Sat. A boat carrying pilgrims down the Hooghly river smashed against a buoy here today, spilling its passengers into the river. First reports placed the death toll at Thousands of Hindus take part annually in a pUgrimape to Sagar Island at the mouth of Hooghly....  (64 words)
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  • Monks chant at airport [Articles]
    Monks chant at airport COLOMBO. Sat Shavenheaded Buddhist monks in saffron robes chanted hymns of welcome at the airport in Colombo yesterday when a Burmese religious mission arrived by air from Rangoon. The Burmese Minister for Religious Affairs, U Win. who headed the mission told reporters that it would seek...  (64 words)
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  • To sign or not to sign' problem [Articles]
    To sign or not to sign' problem /^LERKS and other subordinate employees of trie Singapore City Council are facing a crisis. And no-one knows how to deal with it. Even. the officials of their Union have not been able to agree 01 a solution. The trouble Is all over a...  (218 words)
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  • Century of Progress [Articles]
    Century of Progress TO MARK the installation of its new $500,000 Crabtree rotary press, the Straits Times is publishing with today's Sunday Times a CENTURY OF PROCRESS supplement. Make sure that this copy of the Sunday Times contains this fully illustrated 24-page supplement.  (43 words)
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  • MORE RICE IN 1953 SO PRICE MAY FALL [Articles]
    MORE RICE IN 1953 SO PRICE MAY FALL BANGKOK, Saturday I OVER PRICES are expected in the world nee market 1J during the coming year, delegates to the international Rice Conference at trangkok were told at the closing session yesterday Preliminary estimates of the 1952-53 world rice output reported at...  (133 words)
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  • Explosion kills 21 [Articles]
    Explosion kills 21 BELGRADE, Sat— An explosion in a military establishment near Sarajevo in Bosnia yesterday killed 21 persons and injured about 50.— Reuter.  (24 words)
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  • Succeeding Mrs. R. [Articles]
    Succeeding Mrs. R. NEW YORK. Sat. Presi- dent-elect Dwight Eisenhower today named Mrs Oswalf Lord as the U.S. representative of J the United Nations Commis- sion on Human Rights, sue- i ceeding Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt. U.P.  (37 words)
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  • Offensive in Korea [Articles]
    Offensive in Korea SEOUL, Ut. CHEMICAL wjrf.re cipcm were ruihea to the jjckion Heights Jrci en the central front Hii» week after night parrels reported "strange and offensive odours" coming from the Chines* position. The experts went out with a patrol to make an on-the-spot examination. They found garlic.  (49 words)
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  • ORANJE'S ANCHOR TORN AWAY [Articles]
    ORANJE'S ANCHOR TORN AWAY JAKARTA. £aru/day. COMPANY OFFICIALS, dockworkers and port authorities, v vs ho early this morning yaw the Netherlands Steamship Lim-* Oranje arrive at Jakarta were surprised at the extent of the damage. The 19. 000 -tori Oranje fcol- llded with a*iotheT Dißch i liner, the Willem Ruys,...  (241 words)
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  • Ships collide [Articles]
    Ships collide THE HAGUE, Sat.— The British ship Derwentdale. 8,454 vons. was in collision yesterday with the Panamanian steamer Rhea off East Goodwin. The Derwentdale radioed that damage was "slight. Reuter.  (31 words)
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  • VERY STRONG DECLARATION [Articles]
    VERY STRONG DECLARATION LONDON, Sat— Mr. Clement Attlee, the former Biitish Labour Prime Minister, said in London yesterday the Asian Socialist conference just concluded at Rangoon would lead to closer understanding between Asian Socialists and those of the West. Questioned about the conference's closing declaration which totally rejected Communism as...  (78 words)
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  • NO PEACE TILL CHINA RECOGNISED—NEHRU [Articles]
    NO PEACE TILL CHINA RECOGNISED— NEHRU HYDERABAD, Sat. rE Indian Premier, Pandit Nehru, declared today that there could be no final settlement in the Far East without recognition of the new Government of China. Non-recognition of thi£ Government by some cou.. cries was a refusal to see one of the...  (203 words)
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  • Neguib promises iron fist' for plotters [Articles]
    Neguib promises iron fist' for plotters LONDON. Saturday. QENERAL Neguib clamped a complete military dictatorship over Egypt today by arresting 25 army officers suspected of plotting the overthrow of his reform government. The 52-year eld Egyptian "strong man" purged the 25 from with.n his own army ranks, announced the dissolution...  (328 words)
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  • Red planes over Japan will be' hit [Articles]
    Red planes over Japan will be' hit TOKYO, Sat. THE IXITED STATES told Japan yesterday that General Mark Clark had been ordered to. take "all possible measures" to stop violations of Japan's skies by Russian planes In a Note to the Japanese Foreign Minister. Mr. Katsuo Okazaki, released today, the...  (121 words)
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  • SACKED FROM HIS SHIP [Articles]
    SACKED FROM HIS SHIP LONDON, Sat—Lieut-Com-mander William George Marshall. 31. former secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, West Indies Station, was found guilty of being absent without leave at a court martial at the Royal Naval Barracks at Chatham yesterday. He was sentenced to be dismissed from his ship, HMS Pembroke, and...  (55 words)
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  • To see Ibn Saud [Articles]
    To see Ibn Saud CAIRO. Saf. The GovernorGeneral of Pakistan. Mr. Ghulam Mohammed, will visit King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia at Riadh next month, it was learned in Cairo yesterday  (31 words)
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  • Page 1 Advertisements

    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      (T*J i I Miss Maxjactor Singapore «> ENTER <F now AM CONTEST BEAUTY $1000 CASH OR RETURN TRIP TO HONG KONG AND MANY OTHER PRIZES VS OBTAIN ENTRY FORMS y from J JOHN LITTLE CO.. LTD. Raffles Place. THE FEDERAL DISPENSARY. LTD. Raffles Place. THE FEDERAL DISPENSARY. LTD. Cold Storage...  (83 words)
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  • END OF A 'PAINFUL' AFFAIR [Articles + Illustrations]
    END OF A 'PAINFUL' AFFAIR ALAN MOOREHEAD By 77ie first of the major atomic spies refused to help the authorities in any way before or after sentence This continuation of our weekly extracts from Mr Moorehead's book. "The Traitors", opens with the return of Allan Nunn May to England from...  (1596 words)
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  • FOUR MEN WITH MISSION [Articles + Illustrations]
    FOUR MEN WITH MISSION Four men who are conducting new atomic weapon tests in the United States. Lt Cen. t. R. Qucsada (top left) 45 -%ear-oid Air Force officer, is in command of a joint task force. His deputies are. Brig. Cen. K. Gerhart (top right) of the U.S.A.F., Brig....  (64 words)
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  • Prison promoted him to 'paymaster [Articles]
    Prison promoted him to 'paymaster DR. Allan Nunn May, history's first convicted atom spy. Wat released from prison on Dec. 29. Mst year. The brilliant physicis' w«s a trusted member of the war-time atomic 'isison group which included jcientisrs from the Unircd States, Canada an<J Britain. He passed on to...  (190 words)
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  • . AND NOW IT'S THE ATOMIC GUN [Articles + Illustrations]
    AND NOW IT'S THE ATOMIC GUN A «unr teN-prope«lcd cannon, designed to deliver an atomic blast deep into enemy territory. M demonstrated at the Aberdeen. Maryland, proving ground of the U.S. Army. The 85-ton weapon can fire a 12-inch aromie sheM 20 miee>.  (43 words)
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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      m %a ■-v New Super-6 Clippers °TOKYO. Now... faster service to Tokyo by giant Super-6 Clippers'! Only 7 hours non-stop from Hong Kong (connecting Clipper service via Manila). Super-6 Clippers are the newest, fastest airliners in Pan American's world-wide fleet! Pressurized, air-conditioned, sound-proofed for your extra comfort! Luxurious lounge delicious...  (267 words)
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  • Six boys who would rather have stayed here [Articles + Illustrations]
    Six boys who would rather have stayed here L CLARKE "Thank goodness for cricket." |OHN BROWN "I'd rather stay in bed" E. R. NATHAN "A matter of getting used to it." ANTHONY CARLINC ."11l miss the new villages". IVAN BAPTIST "Oh. tor another month at home!" A. COUPER The firs*...  (55 words)
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  • THEY FLEW IN FROM KUALA LUMPUR [Articles + Illustrations]
    THEY FLEW IN FROM KUALA LUMPUR Two brothers Rodney (IS) and Cordon (12). with their 13-year-old ii*rer. Allison Bain. Hew from Kuala Lumpur by special Malayan Airways plane to ca'ch the Charon which left Singapore for Australia yesterday. Sunday Times picture.  (41 words)
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  • Plan to rear quality birds for eggs, meat [Articles]
    Plan to rear quality birds for eggs, meat KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. A SCHEME to encourage people in the Federation to rear quality chickens in place of the local "mongrel 1 breed will be started soon. With S 10.000 fiom the Rural and Industr.al Development Authority. R l xxle Island chickens...  (232 words)
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  • CYCLIST HURT IN COLLISION [Articles]
    CYCLIST HURT IN COLLISION A cyclist. Haji Mohamed bin Hadi, 45, a P.W.D labo.irer, was Injured last night in a collision with a bus at the junction of Victoria Street and Sumbawa Road, Singapore. He was admitted to hospital where his condition was reported to be critical. Eye -witnesses of...  (64 words)
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  • Chinese art exhibition [Articles]
    Chinese art exhibition The China Society of Singapore will hold an exhibition of modern Chinese art including porcelain, paintings, carvings, embroideries and other works of Chinese art produced during the 20th century, to coincide with the visit of Miss Jade Snow Wong. American artis* and writer of Chinese descent, from...  (88 words)
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  • Mr. J. Hodgkinson [Articles]
    Mr. J. Hodgkinson JOHORE BAHRU. Sat— Mr. J. D. Hodgkinson, British Adviser, Johore, has acceoted the invitation of the Johore Bahru Rotary Club to be an honorary member.  (28 words)
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  • Treat for 40 children [Articles]
    Treat for 40 children Members of the Telok Ayer Methodist Youth Fellowship in Singapore yesterday gave a treat to about 40 handicapped children of the British Red Cross Society at the Katong Park. The treat, which Included popsicles, cakes, sandwiches, chocolates, sweets and other tit-bits, was organised by the M.Y.F....  (54 words)
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  • 'Beware of these men' Malays are told [Articles]
    'Beware of these men' Malays are told PENANG, Sat. THE President of UMNO I Tengku Abdul Rahman, last night warned members to "beware of so-called high j ranking Malays who have Join- ed UMNO merely to direct peo- j pie, especially when they see j that UMNO is now getting...  (286 words)
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  • STOPPED BY ARMED MEN IN KUALA LUMPUR TOWN, HE SAYS [Articles]
    STOPPED BY ARMED MEN IN KUALA LUMPUR TOWN, HE SAYS KUALA LUMPUI, Sat. A Malay told the jftg&la Lumpur police today that he was stopped by four armed men a little after midnight last night near the Griffin Inn in Am- pang Road, Kuala Lumpur. I Two of the men,...  (77 words)
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  • THE MOTHERS CRIED AND CRIED AS SHIP SAILED [Articles]
    THE MOTHERS CRIED AND CRIED AS SHIP SAILED QNE hundred and twenty-four Malayan students who. returned to their schools in Australia yesterday on the Charon after spending their long vacation with their parents were unanimously agreed on two things. 1. THEY HAD SPENT A MOST ENJOYABLE HOLIDAY IN. MALAYA. 2....  (315 words)
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  • Rubber is unchanged [Articles]
    Rubber is unchanged REPORTS circulated yet again in the Singapore Rubber market yesterday that Indonesia had concluded a rubber-rice barter deal with Communist China on the Ceylon pattern and the price of rubber steadied, after opening easier. February first grade opened at 83 Vi cents a lb. and closed at...  (183 words)
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  • TIN PRICE [Articles]
    TIN PRICE SINGAPORE. Sat. Jan. 17. SIT 1.25 a picul (up 62 i cenU).  (14 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      WHITEAWAYS rightaways Reductions in Tableware! Poole Pottery. Streamline Shape. Medium Size Handpainted Designs on Green or SALE PRICE $10/Pink Ground. Small Size Usual Price 9 95 Dinner Set for 8 Persons with SALE PRICE S 6/50 attractive two-handled Soup Cups. Tiny Size Usual Price 7/50 Usual Price $135/- SALE PRICE...  (256 words)
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  • Page 3 Miscellaneous

    • Page 3 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
      Today's Radio SINGAPORE 5 30 a.m. Tamil Music; 6.40 New* in Tamil; 6.45 Chinese MuMc; 7 News In Chinese; 7.05 Malay Music; 7.15 News in Malay; 7.20 Morning Star; 7.30 News in English; 7.35 Bright and Early; 8 Announcers' > Choice; 8.30 Breakfast with Thorne; i). 30 Time for Music;...  (205 words)
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  • Palm tree republic with 12,000 romantic islands [Articles]
    Palm tree republic with 12,000 romantic islands AND ONL V ONE CAR MO one in the outside world is certain how many islands there are in the world's newest republic; one reputable book of reference says 12.000. another equally reputable but this time wrong says 12. No one in the...  (755 words)
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  • Miss Molaya [Articles + Illustrations]
    Miss Molaya VV In response to numerous requests, the Sunday Times today begins a new "Miss Malaya" series. The picture above is of Miss Jenny Yap of Singapore We shall be glad tc accept pictures fronyoung women of even community. The Sunday Times can only return rejected pictures if a...  (71 words)
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  • CARS FOR THE TAPPER FAMILY [Articles]
    CARS FOR THE TAPPER FAMILY T»EN days ago a major calamity occurred In the Dusun— the typewriter went phut! The suppliers ignored a telegram and letter so we had to ask a friend in Singapore to send the necessary spare part One is quite helpless without a machine. There was...  (577 words)
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  • Untitled [Articles + Illustrations]
    This picture, "Flowers of Pride," was taken at Hie Botanic Gardens. Singapore, by Sunny Cian.  (15 words)
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  • Page 4 Advertisements

    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Worlds First Jetliner NOW IN REGULAR SERVICE BETWEEN SINGAPORE AND LONDON. VIA INDIA. Enjoy Air-Travd ahead of it* tim«! Ry faster and in qrarff comfort by the latest 8.0.A.C. Speod- bird, the de Havilland Comet designed and built in England in collaboration with B.O.A.Gfc by the famous de Havilland Aircraft...  (581 words)
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  • GOING, GOING—AND $325,000 WORTH HAS GONE IN 3 WEEKS [Articles + Illustrations]
    GOING, GOING— AND $325,000 WORTH HAS GONE IN 3 WEEKS 'The bidding zcas fair' SINGAPORE'S biggest jewellery auction of 4,650 brilliants, diamonds, gold and silver ornaments, chains, watches, fountain pens and other valuables realised $325,000 when it ended yesterday after three weeks of brisk bidding. Items for the auction came...  (335 words)
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  • FINED FOR GAMBLING [Articles]
    FINED FOR GAMBLING SIN Kay Chool and Lee Kan San pleaded guilty in the Singapore Third Poifce Court to gambling in a canteen at Singapore Harbour Board and were each fined SlOO. A man who was alleged to have asked a detective to refrain from taking action against Sin and...  (82 words)
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  • Got what he asked for [Articles]
    Got what he asked for LIM CIIWKE PECK, a lorry driver, asked th e Singapore Second Traffic Magistrate yesterday to send him to prison for two traffic offences because h e could not pay the fines. Lim was fined SB5 when he pleaded guilty to charees of careless driving and...  (101 words)
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  • ISLAND PLAYERS' ARE FORMED [Articles + Illustrations]
    ISLAND PLAYERS' ARE FORMED They will go eft tour A NEW THEA T RE group has been formed in Singapore Mr. Donald Paves on Friday afternoon registered The Isiand Players as i theatrical enterprise. Ha is in partnerih p with ano t hi>r theatre enthusiast who w.shes to rema n...  (220 words)
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  • Dropped 50,000 Ib. [Articles]
    Dropped 50,000 Ib. KUALA LUMPUR, Sat.— The Ir.A.F. dropped nearly 50.000 lb. of supplies to security forces throughout the Federation during the past week, an Emergency Information Service communique revealed today  (31 words)
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  • 26 brewery workers get gold watches [Articles]
    26 brewery workers get gold watches TWENTY-SIX men and women who have given a total of 500 years' service to two Singapore breweries yesterday received gold watches from their employers. The 26 are workers in the Malayan Breweries Ltd and Archipelago Breweries Ltd., whose chairman, Mr. T. Aiken, made the...  (295 words)
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  • MANY DIDN'T UNDERSTAND [Articles]
    MANY DIDN'T UNDERSTAND JOHORE BAHRU, Sat—Rubber smallholders in Johore have received the first grants to enable them to replant. Total applications exceeded 1,500 for approximately 13,500 acres. Many smallholders apparently did not understand the terms of the grants and did not fulfil the conditions for instance, in the Kluang district...  (88 words)
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  • Food banned also [Articles]
    Food banned also JOHORE BAHRU. Sat Sungei Burcog Estate and South Malaya Pineapple Plantation, which are controlled areas in Pontian, have now been declared food controlled areas as well.  (29 words)
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  • Extortion attempt charge [Articles]
    Extortion attempt charge Low Choo Hong was yesterday tentatively charged in the Singapore First Police Court with attempting to extort money from Lan Ah Loi outside a Desker Road house on Friday. Low was remanded will till tomorrow.  (38 words)
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  • Lasting tribute to 51 years' service [Articles]
    Lasting tribute to 51 years' service IPOH. Sat MALAYA'S only Indian seminary for the training of ministers of the Methodist Mission, established last year in Ipoh has been renamed after the Rev. S. S. Pakianathan, who retires this month after 51 years' service. The seminary at present comprises a school...  (135 words)
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  • Yes no plea by 29 in S pore [Articles]
    Yes no plea by 29 in S pore Twenty-two women and seven men crowded round the usher's table as they were charged in a Singapore court yesterday with gambling In a common gaming house in Woodlelgh Park on Friday. All admitted having gambled but denied that the house was a...  (60 words)
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  • N.S. SEEKS LOAN' OF AN ELECTIONS CHIEF [Articles]
    N.S. SEEKS LOAN' OF AN ELECTIONS CHIEF -..r MC DI CkAni A SEREMBAN. Saturday. JHE NECRI .^EMBILAN State Government has appued to the Johore Government for the services of their buperviso^ of Elections, Inche ismi bin Ismail. c Tungku Mustapha, Chairman cf the Seremban Town Board :.aid that Inche Ismi...  (158 words)
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  • So now it's 'cheers' with Red Eye [Articles]
    So now it's 'cheers' with Red Eye SINGAPORE has taken a new drink to its hearts tomato juice and beer, mixed. Yes, mixed Tile concoction rejoices in the name of "Red Eye" but nobody seems to know where the recipe came from. All that bartenders know Is that more and...  (177 words)
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  • Perak puts the accent on youth [Articles]
    Perak puts the accent on youth IPOH. Sat. IF I were High Commissioner of Malaya" is one of the subjects of an essay contest which is to be part of the programme of the Perak Youth Council's "Youth Festival" on March 6 and 7. Members of all youth organisations are...  (148 words)
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  • EARNS $300 A MONTH —AND SPENDS $460! [Articles + Illustrations]
    EARNS $300 A MONTH —AND SPENDS $460! Nan Hall surveys our budgets IS the cost of living rising or failing? Few people can agree. The Statistics Department in Singapore say there has been a slight increase for Europeans, slight decrease for Asians. But even the Department's findings are subject tc...  (828 words)
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  • This is not to be taken [Articles]
    This is not to be taken I O.i. II.""! lf hou eb °V r i| e«* he brought in the turkey, and teemed N> enjoy j .iTT',!!!?! il"* P i!T* cr kerf md wearing P«P« hat.. After dinner he brought coffee and X""- 1 11 m 4!"« He «krd our...  (330 words)
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  • Between you and me... [Articles]
    Between you and me... 'THE New Villages are giving thousands of people their first real taste of civilised living. But some of them are awfully dull places. Man cannot live on rice alone, and I now put forward the suggestion that the Federal Government should form its own brand of...  (736 words)
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  • Vanity

    • MIDAS TOUCH FOR THE MILLIONS [Articles + Illustrations]
      MIDAS TOUCH FOR THE MILLIONS THE latest shape of vanity in a woman's jewellery is pictured here The necklace is designed in fake gold —the newest stage in the development of the Midas Touch. The chain is made of base metal changed into a gleaming gold. It has two special...  (179 words)
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    • IT ALL STARTED WITH EVE [Articles + Illustrations]
      IT ALL STARTED WITH EVE Vanity THE mirror business x started from scratch when Eve first peered in a pool. Since then the urge of a woman to see how she looks has created a history and a trade. In the first place, the mirror business was slow. I looked...  (443 words)
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  • A tiara tailpiece [Articles]
    A tiara tailpiece A CODE of private vanities has been created by the tiara-wearing classes. I talked last week to a man who is peculiarly aware of them this Coronation year, a director of one of those international jewellers in Bondstreet (or "The Street," as he calls It). Part of...  (189 words)
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  • They've never been lovelier [Articles + Illustrations]
    They've never been lovelier CLOTHES, FRANCES BARBER says LONDON. OEHIND the scenes the fabric designers, the clothing manufacturers, the beauty firms are getting into gear for a livelier new year. The fabric story grows more interesting every day. Lovely airy-fairy nylons are in the shops everywhere. Nylon's sister, terylene, will...  (489 words)
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  • It's going to be a bright spring [Articles]
    It's going to be a bright spring /"»LOSEUP of one of Horrecktes Vrf lovely spring cre»Hon». ChevroneS itrpci are utcd for Hiis striking corton drett which it net* and cool with it* tiny collar, cap tW«v«* and very fwil gathtrcd skirt boasting two larga patch p«ckaH.  (46 words)
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  • Pinito, 21, has the world's most terrifying job [Articles + Illustrations]
    Pinito, 21, has the world's most terrifying job Lovely young girl on the flying trapeze KENT STEVENS By LONDON. I SAT terrified. My hands clutched the arms of m> 1 seat My nerves struns taut. I could hardly breathe. Hish above me in the Harringay Arena a lovely girl named...  (358 words)
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  • Why not join up? [Articles]
    Why not join up? IAM 23 years old and am at present working; as a clerk, hut clerical work is not my line. I have tried many times to join the Federation Regiment and the Police Force as an Inspector. I have passed my Standard VIII but because of financial...  (395 words)
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  • Corporal builds own school, teaches his neighbours [Articles + Illustrations]
    Corporal builds own school, teaches his neighbours LANCE Corporal Mohamed Zain. 26. has built his own school on Pulau Blukang off the northwest tip of Singapore and in his spare time teaches most of the island's 130 inhabitants to read and write Malay. Cp Za n s i trie attap...  (504 words)
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  • Teasers for Army recruits [Articles]
    Teasers for Army recruits rpHE army in Malaya has I turned to psychology as an aid to the solution of recruits. Applied to the recruits by a series of "picture-book" tests. It can show very quickly just how bright or how stupid a recruit is. regardless of the degree of...  (281 words)
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  • HER FATHERS SAVINGS GIVE NANDAWATHI BIG CHANCE [Articles + Illustrations]
    HER FATHERS SAVINGS GIVE NANDAWATHI BIG CHANCE A MALAYAN Ra.lway c man stood on thi pore >y and waved to hi* 12-year-old daug.iter t one of hundr> the Charon, loaded Vttfc Malayan ch.ldri-n rt'.urnins to Australian schools Nandawsthi Nanayakkara of Ipoh was leaving h< r parem s lor the second...  (225 words)
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  • SERVED GOVT 33 YEARS [Articles]
    SERVED GOVT 33 YEARS JOHORE BAHRU, Sat AFTER sen-ing the Johore Government for 33 years. Mr. S. V Sanmugam. Senior Indian Interpreter. High Court, Johore. has retired. He joined as a clerk in the Labour Office. Johore Bahru. in 1920 and at the same timp acted as interpreter in th»>...  (70 words)
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  • The long lay-off [Articles]
    The long lay-off Caught smoking opium in the five-foot-way of a store in Gumming Street. Singapore, Tan Kan Hir was sent to prison for one month.  (26 words)
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  • Two Perak Red nurses give up to the forces [Articles]
    Two Perak Red nurses give up to the forces KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. CIVE Communist terrorists, including a platoon commander and two nurses, have surrendered to the security forces in Perak. Two ga/e up yesterday in the Talping area. They were Yu Yut Hoi. alias Chee Haak, 27, a Hakka, and...  (197 words)
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  • The annoyers [Articles]
    The annoyers Twenty two people were each fined $10 in Singapore Third Police Court yesterday after pleading guilty to trespassing in Singapore Harbour Board labourers' quarters in Nelson Road— with In- tent to annoy the authorities.  (36 words)
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  • CLUB ELECTS LIFE MEMBER [Articles]
    CLUB ELECTS LIFE MEMBER KAJANG. Sat.— Mr. N* Bow Thai wa s elected a life member of the Broadrick Club. Ka. jang. at its annual general meeting last night. Officers elected were: Vic*«president. Mr. Ng Bow Thai' secretary, Mr. H. S. Christopher; treasurer, Mr. S. Sivarajah: committee. Raja Azam bin...  (71 words)
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  • He kept two stolen ducks [Articles]
    He kept two stolen ducks After he admitted dishonestly retaining two stolen duck-s. Chinnayah was yesterday sentenced by the Singapore Fourth Criminal District Court Magistrate. Mr. J. B. Jeyaratnam, to one year's imprisonment to be followed by two years' police supervision. He had a previous conviction for nousebreaking and theft...  (61 words)
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  • New Perak appointment [Articles]
    New Perak appointment TELUK ANSON, Sat.— Mr A W. V. Kenyon has assumed duties as Colonisation Officer Lower Perak He is being stationed at Teluk Anson.  (26 words)
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  • THE SUNDAY TIMES

    • The man of courage [Articles]
      The man of courage IT is easy to sit in the safety of a big town and advise people in bandit areas to show courage. It does not, perhaps appear such a simple and attractive proposition on the spot. Neverthel^s, Malaya will never be free of fear unless its people...  (476 words)
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    • COLOUR [Articles]
      COLOUR rERE will be head -shaking among our more sobersided citizens at the news that the Sultan of Perak's birthday celebrations were the grandest ever and cost more than $10,000. The more human of us even those not fortunate enough to witness the spectacle will feel satisfaction at the good...  (111 words)
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    • SARAWAK [Articles]
      SARAWAK rE world is seething with unrest. But one strong ray of light has suddenly pierced the gloom Sarawak has ended the Emergency in the First Division. This is the best news so far of 1953. Little Sarawak has set an example to the rest of the world.  (48 words)
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  • The man who is wiping out the world's past [Articles]
    The man who is wiping out the world's past R. W. BAXTER gVENTS of the past few weeks in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union make it clear that the world struggle has entered a new and startling phase. The trials in Prague and the lunatic "murdering doctors" charges from...  (1241 words)
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  • Sunday Times POSTBAG

    • Tea money [Articles]
      Tea money SINGAPORE landlords still *3 demand any amount they like as tea -money. This is a matter which Government should tackle effectively; the man who cannot afford to pay tea-money is deprived of accommodation. What the Bombay Government did to deal with the landlords was to appoint an officer...  (230 words)
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    • Local jobs [Articles]
      Local jobs CONGRATULATIONS to Dato C. J. Paglar for moving an amendment to the Legislative Council Elections Ordinance at the last meeting of the Council. This amendment makes it necessary In future for would-be elected Councillors who are not of locaj hi th to possess at least 15 years' Iccal...  (330 words)
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    • Lament [Articles]
      Lament (Lines written after listening to "To Start You Talking" on Radio Malaga). Alack, professors, there's another task for you. Teachers and pedagogues and ushers tool Your skill i n class and lecture room and hall Advice, tutorial and helping hand Are insufficient fo r the student's need. A god-like...  (206 words)
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    • The Chambers [Articles]
      The Chambers THERE is not the slightest need for our local ChamSSi 1 f Comme «c to have special representatives in the Legco., because the Labour Party members will i pso facto °c theii -test representatives The Party j s foresworn to make Singapore a fre^por? so that *c businessman...  (71 words)
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  • GIVING YOUNG MALAYANS A GOOD START RN LIFE [Articles + Illustrations]
    GIVING YOUNG MALAYANS A GOOD START RN LIFE Mothers now flock to the child clinics EVERY mother wishes to give her child a good start in life, and in Malaya she has an opportunity to do so. The Infant Welfare Centres see to that. In faci, they go further, for...  (742 words)
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  • $1,000 note was obtained in normal business, two tell Colony court [Articles]
    $1,000 note was obtained in normal business, two tell Colony court 'Wealthy client 9 vanishes MONEYLENDER. K. A. N. Annamalai Chettiar. and a petrol kiosk proprietor. Lee Keat Leng, told the Singapore Second Police Court yesterday they obtained a $1,000 currency note in the course of normal business in July...  (434 words)
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  • REGENTS WIFE TO LAY SCHOOLS FIRST STONE [Articles]
    REGENTS WIFE TO LAY SCHOOLS FIRST STONE JOHORE BAHRU. Sat Tungku Tun A»ninah, wife of the Regent of Johore. will lay the foundation jlone of the Princess Elizabetlr School for the Blind on Feb. 5. The building of the school Is the outcome of a suggestion giade in 1948 when...  (312 words)
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  • In the steps of his father [Articles]
    In the steps of his father IX'HLN 29-year-old John J. K. Lv was yesterday ordained a minister of the Straits Chinese Presbyterian Church, he followed the footsteps of his father and grandfather. Reverend Lv was born in China and obtained his B.A. and B.I), decrees there. Later he went to...  (66 words)
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  • 'Stay in' man had film ticket [Articles]
    'Stay in' man had film ticket For disobeying the Colonial I Secretary's order to stay indoors between 6 p.m and 6 lam.. Tan Bok Heng, an I Emergency detainee, was yesterday fined $10 by Mr. H A Forrer. the Sinagpore District Judge. A detective told the court that he stopped...  (76 words)
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  • 'King' of the Solomons in Singapore [Articles]
    'King' of the Solomons in Singapore MR. KENNETH Houston Dalrytnple-Hay, whom 90.000 Solomon Islanders call "king", scratched his uncrowned head in Singapore's Raffles Hotel yesterday, and said: "Has that joke reached even this part of the world?" He modestly laughed away his monarchy and added: "I don't want to be...  (256 words)
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  • Ladies dance [Articles]
    Ladies dance The Chinese Ladies Association of Singapore will hold their annual dinner and dance at the Cathay Restaurant on Feb. 6 at 8.30 p.m.  (25 words)
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  • Their physical fitness is just a matter of course [Articles]
    Their physical fitness is just a matter of course KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. r r ENTY-SIX women teachers from all over the Federation will return home tomorrow, feeling much fitter and with huge appetites. They completed today a seven-day course in physical training, held at the Malay Girls' College. Kuala Lumpur....  (224 words)
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  • HIS PERFECT CIGARETTE TRICK LANDED HIM IN GAOL [Articles]
    HIS PERFECT CIGARETTE TRICK LANDED HIM IN GAOL V"EO Siew Hong thought out what he considered the perfect cigarette trick. On Nov. 13. Yeo told a woman, Lim Chang, that he was a cigarette salesman and could supply her. Lim Chang sent her daughter I with Yeo and gave her...  (200 words)
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  • GOVERNOR AND THE 'DEVILS' [Articles + Illustrations]
    GOVERNOR AND THE 'DEVILS' THE GOVERNOR OF SINGAPORE, Sir John Nicoll, (centre background), with Gen. Sir Charles Keightley, C.-in-C. FARELF, on his right, posed for a souvenir photograph with men of the Ist Battalion of the Suffolks at a farewell party at the Tanglin Club on Friday night. They will...  (75 words)
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  • GET SHOTS OR GET SHOT WARNING [Articles]
    GET SHOTS OR GET SHOT WARNING 'Woke up/ dog owners told KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. |(UALA LUMPUR will have its biggest ever dog-shooting campaign if dog owners continue to ignore the Government's warning that all dogs must be re-inoculated. Col. J. D. Daly, Veterinary Officer, Selangor, told a press conference today...  (211 words)
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  • Four months for desertion [Articles]
    Four months for desertion MUSTAKJN D:n Hj Yusuf. a special constable, was sentenced to four months' imprisonment by Mr. H. A. Forrer, Singapore District Judge, on a charge of desertion yesterday. Mustakin told Mr. Form that he went to ACor Star to see a religious teache r who wae ill.  (50 words)
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  • THIEF GOES BACK TO GAOL [Articles]
    THIEF GOES BACK TO GAOL THREE MONTHS after he left prison, Yip Chong Kee, 20. stole a fountain pen from Lee Tai Heng. Yesterday, the Singapore Second District Judge. Mr. J. F. McWilliam. sentenced Yip to nine months' rigorous imprisonment to be followed by two years' police supervision.  (48 words)
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  • Officials for coming year [Articles]
    Officials for coming year Elected officials for 1953 of the Singapore General Headquarters. Far East (ACSUt branch are: Chairman: Mr Chew Seng: ■ecreiiiiy: Mr. Tan Tuck Chee: treasurer: Mr. I. M. Kassim: asst. treasurer: Mr. Soon Kheng Seng: auditors; Mr. N. Ramamoorthy and Mr. Lim Chin Kia. committee: Messrs Yap...  (67 words)
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  • Annual meeting [Articles]
    Annual meeting PENASG. Sat.— Th 0 Annual General Meeting of the Penang St. John Ambulance Association will be held at 5.30 p.m. on Friday. Feb. 6.  (26 words)
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  • your picture page [Articles + Illustrations]
    your picture page THE Sunday Times is awarding $15 for the best picture of the week. with $5 prixes for runners up. This week's first prise goes to Yew Hai Sum, of 540 Ceytan? Rjjd. Singapore, for his picture "Low Tide." Camera ustd was a Roftteiflei. Exposure 1/100 fB. The...  (129 words)
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  • THE THREE RED R's [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE THREE RED R's GEORGE SCOT!" Stalin believes in catching them young A IS for Apple The Cat sat on the Mar. Goldilocks ate the Little Bear's porridge. Remember? Of course you remember. And Russians remember much the same thlnp from early children. But from his early childhood—ah. there the...  (806 words)
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      flWrfe If CV l|P BRANDY %vfj|j£b DR/NKOfQUAUTY 4f^fr}£*~ \Hion you need w^Jk better take a fk disprin 9 /%/zMm%^ very good reason that Disprin provides all the benefits of aspirin and because, unlike ordinary aspirin, it is neutral (non-acid) and freely soluble in water. Consequently it brings rapid and effective...  (77 words)
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  • PICTURE PARADE [Articles + Illustrations]
    PICTURE PARADE JOHN BEHAGUE goes on a three-hour chariot ride arou*id ancient Rome Everything's big about 'Quo Vadis' Story of the world's most wicked empire 'THERE is nothing 1 small about "Quo Vadis", it is everything Hollywood claims it to be —the most colossal spectacle ever filmed. With a parade...  (1338 words)
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  • Spot the Star j [Articles]
    Spot the Star j AN old. old larourite in unusual -t* costume. Can you spot him 7 Send your answers to "Spot The Star." Sunday Times. Sine* poraPrizf* of $15. $15. SlO and $3 will be awarded to the flnt four correct entries opened on Thursday morning. The answer to...  (95 words)
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      TODAY ih<>m JLji^v-^nnY^Y]ll 1.45 2ND BIG WEEKEND HAVE YOU SEEN IT YET? fcl^jj* t$ JACK HAWKINS 4&.5&§8l MIDNIGHT TONIGHT! GOLD DIGGERS" if STARRING LI LI HWA if PREMIERE THURS. 22nd AT 8.45 P.M. •DAILY THEREAFTER 10 -1.45-5.15 8.45 M-G-Mt TECHNICOLOR Life aid Look Miaziies describe it as "THE MOST COLOSSAL...  (250 words)
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      PaTRICK HOBSON CUMMINS Pins! c'Sl.s Short "THE IMPRESSIONABLE YEARS' Also! Malayan Film I nit's 'THE SUFFOI.KS Today 1 1 a.m. "NOW. BARABAS WAS A ROBBER" FIRST RUN Picture Starring RICHARD GREENE From Tuesday! "An adult film uhich only the Italians could have made. The acting b Superlative" —BRIAN CROZIER fS....  (338 words)
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  • 'Olympics' among the clerics [Articles + Illustrations]
    'Olympics' among the clerics "SEE How They Run", the Stage Club's next production, reminded me of the Olympic games at Helsinki when I saw a rehearsal last week. The speed with which gentlemen in clerical garb rushed across the stage was in the McDonald Bailey class. The play opens its...  (449 words)
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  • ONIONS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT [Articles]
    ONIONS IN THEIR OWN RIGHT Marie Gough's Cookery Corner SO good and individual is the flavour of onion, that there is hardly a savoury dish In which it is not included either as a basis, a garnish or both. Here are some suggestions for serving them In "their own right."...  (416 words)
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  • Piano recital tonight [Articles + Illustrations]
    Piano recital tonight pERMAINE Mounier, who is giving a concert at the Victoria Memorial Hall. Singapore, tonight is one of the best of the younger group of French musicians. In 1942 she won first prize for pianoforte playing in a national contest held under the auspices of the Paris Conservatoire,...  (280 words)
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  • MISS JADE SNOW WONG [Articles]
    MISS JADE SNOW WONG JADE SNOW WONG, an American-born young woman of Chinese descent, is to visit Singapore in March under the Educational Exchange programme of the U.S. Department of State. She grew up In San Francisco's Chinatown and was educated in the American public schools as well as private...  (218 words)
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  • U.S. HAILS HAN SUYIN BOOK [Articles]
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    FIGHT TO DEATH WITH A GIANT OCTOPUS 'KING OF THE STRAITS'— THE 17th INSTALMENT By BE.NG SWEE four Singapore frirnd*. John King. Kamim. Chandra and Ah Mnt haif fjllm foul of a «roup of piratr* and ftmucf len who nil thrmvhn th- Rlark Dragon (tanr. John. Chandra and Ah B*ng...  (1366 words)
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    Choosing your album Collectors' corner PHILRAY' By gTAMP albums are made in four distinct types. There are the very elementary, cheap varieties which have the names of several countries grouped together on each page and perhaps an illustration of one or two stamps. Such albums have little value to a...  (565 words)
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    FEEDING TIME FOR SALLY X— Thu amusing pictutc of Sally, a cocker spaniel, being fed with a bofNe. comes frcn. Mrs C. Catener. of 1027 CUffow Road. Singapore. 19. If you have any photographs of your pats at pUy send them ro "Pet Pictures'. Sunday Times, Singapore.  (47 words)
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    SITTING on the FENCE a> jp<b s I WLlrn^ other publiations offering new and startling features for 1953. this column offers you nothing at all. There will be no new features, unless it happens to think of one by accident. There 'will be no special articles by best-selling authors, unless...  (1025 words)
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    Handful of deathnew hope WHILE the winter sun filtered through »he glass walls of the green-house, an earnest young researcher rubbed what looked iike an ordinary cheesecloth over the leaves of the hybrid tobacco plants on the long benches. But what the researcher gripped in his hand was a cheesecloth...  (354 words)
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  • A step that would put cricket back 20 years [Articles]
    A step that would put cricket back 20 years Highlights of Sport ...by CRUSADER IJTHEN the Selangor Cricket Association meets on Jan. 26 it will aeain decide whether it should continue with the Stonor Shield League in the coming season. The president. Mr. N. J. A. Foster, reveals in his...  (917 words)
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    A FLYING START FOR RACING MOTORISTS EDIN PETERS and second in last year's G.P. So. motoring enthusiasts, you can rightly expect to see some thrilling finishes at all speed meetings this year I A FITTING start to the Singapore Motor Clubs sixth post-war motor racist? season which gets under way...  (601 words)
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    'TAILOR MADE' SPORTS CAR CAN DO 135mph INTERESTING NEWCOMERS ON THE SINGAPORE ROADS I HAVE often wondered why i one sees so few Continental cars in Singapore and the Federation, but after reading the interesting correspondence about the 15 per cent, "fee" that is levied on them, I begin to...  (739 words)
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  • RESHUFFLED SINGAPORE SIDE WIN 3-1 [Articles + Illustrations]
    RESHUFFLED SINGAPORE SIDE WIN 3-1 Negri improve, beat Johore MALACCA. Saturday. CNAPPINCi out of yesterday's lethargy, Singapore today placed them>el\es well on the way to championship honours in the Malayan Horkey Council's southern quadrangular meet here, when the\ convincingly beat Malacca by three goals to one. Singapore have now only...  (480 words)
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  • N.S. v. JOHORE [Articles]
    N.S. v. JOHORE ■V^EGRI Seirbilan took full points here, winning their match KoaL- to nothing. ne\er gave up tnlnp al♦hough it was an uphill battle Negri fide which had improved beyond recojrnitlon over the ••earn that had lost yesterdays against Malacca. For Negri Sheikh All. the left wing, was outstanding...  (203 words)
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    Rugby U. results LONDON. Sat. Rugby Union results yesterday: ountv rh»mpion*hip: Lejcestershire 8. East Midlands 8. C"l«b match: Royal Air Force 17. Police 10. Reuter.  (25 words)
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    Landy warms up with mile in 4.8 MELBOURNE. Sat. A USTRALIAS wonder miler. John Landy. "having a trot" as a warm-up for his Australian title and world record attempt in Perth on Jan. 24. today ran a mile In 4 mm. 8 fee. In an inter-club meet at Olympic Park....  (68 words)
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  • Services' better backs won the day [Articles]
    Services' better backs won the day KUALA Ll'MPl'R. Saturday. FEDERATION Services today beat Federation Police 1 in their first post-war annual rugger match by 13 points (two goals, and a try) to nil on the padang here. It was the faster and bettor combination between half backs and threes that...  (393 words)
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  • M.H.C. TO RUN A LOTTERY [Articles]
    M.H.C. TO RUN A LOTTERY MALACCA. Sat. THE Malayan Hockey Council at their meeting in the Malacca Club today aereed in principle to run sweepstakes. They appointed a subcommittee to go fully into the matter and to report to the M.H.C. meeting: in Penang nrxt month. The Council will be...  (93 words)
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  • SRC Blues hit four past Shell [Articles]
    SRC Blues hit four past Shell IN rpite of startling play wi'h a ten-man team and having a hectic ten minutes defending before the eleventh man joined in. SRC Blues played a splendid second half to beat Shell S.C. 4-1 In a Junior Cup-tie hockey match at S.R.C ground yesterday....  (281 words)
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  • Penang S.C. win 'sevens' nigger [Articles]
    Penang S.C. win 'sevens' nigger PENANG. Sat. DEN AND Sports Club won the seven -a -side rugger tournamen c today when they beat Buklt Mcrm High School by 10 points two coals i to three points tone iryi in the final played In the Western Road grcund. Schoolboys who had...  (95 words)
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  • SOUTH AFRICANS ROUT TASMANIA [Articles]
    SOUTH AFRICANS ROUT TASMANIA HOBART, Tasmania. Sat. I 'THE South African cricketers toI x day von the first of two matches agalrust Yasmania by an innings and 122 runs, after dismissing Tasmania for 35 lr the first Innings tne mallest total by the State' against any International side. i The...  (177 words)
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  • SCC BACKS SPARK 19-NIL WIN [Articles]
    SCC BACKS SPARK 19-NIL WIN Handcock taken to hospital S.C.C. 19; R.A.S.C. 0. OOLSING RIGGER was seen on the Padang yesterday when Singapore Cricket Club convincingly defeated Royal Army Service Corps by 19 points (two goals and three tries) to nil. The game, scrappy in parts yet brilliant in others,...  (573 words)
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    Selangor Club gain 8-3 win KLANG. Sat. TILAYING on a waterlogged ground. Selangor Club defeated Klang Club by eight points (goal, penaltyi to three (try > in thrilling rugger match here today. In Ult 18th minute Hopkins scored a pei.alty goal for selangor Cub Store it half time wa* 3-P....  (85 words)
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    NORTH QUADRANGULAR HOCKEY KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. THE North Malayan Quadrangular hockey tournamen' among Perang. Per..: r-^r.ne and Selangor team?; will be played on tht Kuala Lumpur padang on Safcirday. Jan. :u Sunday. Feb. 1, and Monday.; The schedule is: Jan. 31 4 pm. I Penang v Selangor. 5 15 p.m....  (251 words)
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    Fijians not for South XV THi three KijUn, selected for South in th~ir annual ruscer match against North on Jan. 21 will nut be available owing to operation duties. The three arr 1 KabuU mint). N'aitini (scrum- j half I and Kadrodro (wine forward) H. Handrork (forward) may also mi...  (58 words)
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  • R.E. OUT OF FARELE CUP [Articles]
    R.E. OUT OF FARELE CUP .RETE. beat RE. by six points ■2 tries > to nil in the PARELF Cup semi-f.na! rugger match at Gillman Barracks yesterday. Taylor rr.d Mommy scored the :ne* Mr GoWle retereed. Results of other matches played 'iay GHQ "beat Nr e Soon by nine points...  (106 words)
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  • S. Johore RFC stars 10th win [Articles]
    S. Johore RFC stars 10th win J~HORE BAHRC. Sat. COUTH Johcrr HFC. beat Royal by IP pints i two goals) to •hr~- points i one try in a friendly match played on the Civil ■-".md. here yesterday. With this victory. South Johcre 10 urn-- in a row. dominated the play...  (111 words)
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    MARGE CLOCKS 10.5 SYDNEY. Sat -Mnrjorle Jack- I Ill's Olympic sprinch'.mpion clo.-ked 10.5 sec. 1 10 th of a second outside her world recor<i ,o win the 100 yards final j of me country athletic championiiere today. Trie run was mad? on a heavy track. Reuter- >  (46 words)
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  • SLADE BATTERED BY JOHNSON [Articles]
    SLADE BATTERED BY JOHNSON NEW YORK. S;it. r IGHT heavyweight contender H.irold Johnson of Philadelphia battered Jimmy Slade of New York groggy in the closing rounds last night and won a unanimous tenround dfcis.on before 2.065 In St Nicol.'a arena.  (40 words)
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    SIKH YOUNGSTERS Singapore Sikh Youngsters will hold their first annuai general meeting at the Tamil Brotherhood Association. Farrer Park at 1 p m I today. All Sikh youngsters are invited.  (30 words)
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    Yugoslavia win CAIRO. Sat.— Yugoslavia beat Egypt 3-1 in their International soccer match here yes.erday. At half-time the score was 1-1.  (21 words)
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  • Cricket Assn. meeting [Articles]
    Cricket Assn. meeting IPOH, Sat. The annual general meeting of the Perak Cricket Assoc -tion will tx> held on Sunday, Feb. 1. at 10 a.m. at the Ipoh Club.  (29 words)
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  • KRONCHONG ALL TUNED UP FOR IPOH [Articles]
    KRONCHONG ALL TUNED UP FOR IPOH Sea Dragon and Fort View fastest By EPSOM JEEP p^EEP AN eye on Kronchong (late Golden Kumar) at the Perak Turf Club January meeting. This four-year-old displayed a nice turn of speed in his initial races at Ipoh in December and is coming to...  (422 words)
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  • WEIGHTS FOR PERAK RACES [Articles]
    WEIGHTS FOR PERAK RACES WEIGHTS for all eight races at Ipoh on Saturday, first day of the Perak Turf Club's January meeting, are: Cl. 4, Div. 1-8 F. Oomaridairn 9.03 Flame of the Forest 8.08 Pilot's Point 8.07 Pax Haven K.d6 Why Worry 8.06 I ape Town 6.05 Ilarrobye H....  (544 words)
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  • Rosewall Mo were much too good [Articles]
    Rosewall Mo were much too good MELBOURNE, Saturday. [TEN ROSEWALL won the Australian tennis singles title today, beating his compatriot Mervyn Rose by 6-0, 6—3, 6 4 in the final at Kooyong today. Maureen Connolly added the Australian chanfpionship to her Wimbledon and U.S. women's tennis singles titles. She beat...  (397 words)
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    RNAS ZEAL COST GAME ALTHOUGH R.N.A.S. Sembawang played superior rugger in tneir match against Royal Air Force Tenpiah at Tengah yesterday, they j were beaten by six points ta try and a penal"- ?oal) to nine points (three penalties'. For this, the R.N.A.S. forwprd.s were to blame. Their overeagen. ess...  (160 words)
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  • CORINTHIANS HELD [Articles]
    CORINTHIANS HELD Singapore Corinthians drew 2-2 with the Town Rangers in a Madly soccer match played at Farr Park yesterday. Scorers for Corinthians were: Avtar Singh and |Hamid. Town Rangers scored through Jaffar and Ah Chong.  (36 words)
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  • MELBOURNE GETS I.0.C WARNING [Articles]
    MELBOURNE GETS I.0.C WARNING CHICAGO. Saturday. AUSTRALIAN Olympic officials were warned yester- day by the President of the International Olympic Committee that they must assure proper preparations for the 195.6 Olympic Games at Melbourne "or the Games undoubtedly will be given to some other city." Avery Brundage. the 1.0.C. president,...  (187 words)
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  • U.K. SOCCER RESULTS [Articles]
    U.K. SOCCER RESULTS LONDON. Sat TODAYS league football resuits: LEAGUE DIVISION 1 Arsenal 5 Wolves 3 Blackpool 1 Aston Villa 1 Cardiff 0 Tottenham 0 C'harlton 3 Sheffield Wed. U Chelsea 1 Bolt on 0 Derby 3 Sunderland 1 Liverpool 0 Manchester C. 1 Manchester I. 1 Portsmouth 0 Middlesbrough...  (296 words)
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  • Trinidad Chinese hits 58 [Articles]
    Trinidad Chinese hits 58 PORT OF SPAIN. Sat. TRINIDAD yesterday scored 247 runs for the loss of six wickets in reply to inala's first innings total of 322 when their match was continued here. With only one of five days allotted now remaining for play, however, nothing but a draw...  (190 words)
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    ECLIPSE B.P. The Eclipse Badminton Party will meet the Mayflowers in a juniors' match at the Clerical Union Hall at Rangoon Road next Thursday starting from 7.15 p.m. The Eclipse team will be Sulaiman bin Jaffar; Cheong Hock Lock: Stephen Gecrge; Chan Loon Fonu: Wee Ah Moh; R. L. S....  (66 words)
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  • ROCKY MARCIANO GETS ULTIMATUM [Articles]
    ROCKY MARCIANO GETS ULTIMATUM NEW YORK. Sat. Vy OR L D heavyweight boxing champion. Rocky Marclano must defend his title on or before April 10, the Joint Review Board of the National Boxing Association and New York Sate Athletic Commission ruled yesterday. The Board ruled after a hearing on a...  (216 words)
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      MALAYA'S NATIONAL NEWSPAPER SIHCAPORE. 195» rpHE Straits Times appears now in a new format. The short square shape, so familiar In Malaya and South-East Asia, has vanished. In its place is a bigger and more shapely newspaper, the pages two inches longer, each line of type a fraction wider. It...  (701 words)
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    • The Morning of Tues., July 15, 1845 [Articles + Illustrations]
      The Morning of Tues., July 15, 1845 THI- Straits Times was first published on the morning of Tuesday, July 15, 1845, from a small office at No. 7, Commercial Square, known today as Raffles Place. Its founder was a young lawyer, Robert Carr Woods, who had come to Singapore from...  (1300 words)
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    • Three fine editors [Articles + Illustrations]
      Three fine editors pOUR months after the founding of his paper, Robert Woods announced that it was in future to be published "biweekly without any additional change**. In a leader, the young editor declared: "We are at a loss for terms to express in suitable language a return for the...  (1657 words)
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      A PERIOD OF GREAT EXPANSION THK Straits Times in x 1928 was still very much as it had been before the First World War in its typography, presentation of news, and general style and appearance. The paper had, in fact, reached a point in its long history when it urgently...  (2658 words)
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        TA« Crabtree Standard Rotary Press newly installed by The Straits Tims* Press Ltd. R. HOE CRABTREE LTD., LEEDS LONDON MAKERS OF NEWSPAPER PRESSES, FOUNDRY EQUIPMENT, OFFSET PRINTING MACHINERY Etc. Agent* for Singapore and Federation of Malaya LENDRUM (Eastern) LIMITED MERCANTILE BANK BUILDING, SINGAPORE TEL. 21-028  (45 words)
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    • Big task of post-war reconstruction [Articles + Illustrations]
      Big task of post-war reconstruction AFTER three-and-a-half years of Japanese occupation. The Straits Times was reborn on the morning of Sept. 7, 1045, in the year of its centenary. The liberation forces of Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten landed in Singapore on Sept. 5. The next day members of the staff,...  (2912 words)
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    • THE STRAITS TIMES GOES TO PRESS [Articles + Illustrations]
      THE STRAITS TIMES GOES TO PRESS e^^ni [if: "K 1 »HrBH ~'-<s~— ■•< -~—'_i-3- ———r. r J? n»s.i i 7% <» S*x 9 n c ?<4 S r Iff Pi G <» r -»ls 3' I? 1- << J» •fa i§§3 ihi ®i jfjfi PI 75 'V' Iff PS m  (47 words)
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        PRINTING ROLLERS are supplied by us to THE STRAITS TIMES PRESS LIMITED THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, SINGAPORE ,THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, FED. of MALAYA TIEN WAH COMPANY AND OTHER LEADING PRINTERS IF ITS RUBBER CONSULT US— Over 30 Years' Experience in the Manufacture of all kinds of f Rubber Goods...  (159 words)
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    • THE NEWSPAPER GOES TO ITS READERS [Articles + Illustrations]
      THE NEWSPAPER GOES TO ITS READERS As the Straits Times comes from the rotary press it is carried by conveyor system (left) through the machine room to the despatch department. Singapore vendors are seen (above) waiting to rollect their orders. Right: A newsvendor straps his ioad on his bicycle for...  (101 words)
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        GAMMON (malaya) LTD. a 105 foot Piling Plant in '^^W&s^ SC i^^- k^fc ■<=■■' operation in Singapore P '"^Bw' jftp ■^^j^F^^^t- on a Housing, Project Jv> Wi involving the driving of meß&* V 1300 Piles of up to 4l^l\! PILES have been used or sucn P ro i ects as:...  (126 words)
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    • The work of a complex team [Articles + Illustrations]
      The work of a complex team npilK modern daily newspaper is produced by a team a highly integrated team of journalists, printers and technicians Beared to 0m task of bringing out the best paper they can make on time. In Cecil Street, this team consists of men and women of...  (1399 words)
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        /Tg^ ELECTRONIC mj/ MOTOR CONTROL '^w/ic/oy Times" Crab tree Rotary Press. 1 JK ff^J j ffl[» ML Of the many notable electronic engineering achievements by j SHTflt >' !<1 atlJHlfllflll B'tajathis "EMOTROL" system is an outstanding contribution to ■P^s^Tl li^amfi JZ& l! j meet the needs of industry for precision...  (304 words)
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    • News Service gets bigger [Articles + Illustrations]
      News Service gets bigger f\ 1 E F edcration brunches are a comp;initivelv recent, and slill uncompleted, chapter in the lohfl history of The Straits Times. As its name indicated, the paper aimed in the first instance, at a Straits Settlements readership although this was confined because of difficulties of...  (1055 words)
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        A John Dickinson product is the hallmark of all that is best for quality and value in the printing and stationery trades FOR THE PRODUCTS OF 75 YEARS FOR THE STATIONER SERVICE PRINTER TO THE PRINTING TRADE ENVELOPES ENVELOPES DRIFAST NEOSET HICLOSS WRITING PADS < CARDS PERSONAL STATIONERY VARNISH 0Z&...  (139 words)
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    • FROM PICTURE TO PRINTING BLOCK [Articles + Illustrations]
      FROM PICTURE TO PRINTING BLOCK (Left): Mi liiiik In I. run; mil I lit- light ami -.ii.nl. ..I Hi. mn< n mi tin- block l AkOVe I M. I'luu roinpjri--, lln liuuk Wlltl Hi. oriKin.tl Im int. k KVjOWa the ui.lun iv rt-vrrse. rriidy for inounliiiK in a page of...  (130 words)
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    • The growth of the Annual [Articles + Illustrations]
      The growth of the Annual THE Straits Times began its work in the publications field before the war, producing the first issue of The Straits Times Annual in 1935. Today it 3 periodicals include the Annual, Radio Weekly, the Directory of Malaya (Buku Merah) and the Straits Budget, the weekly...  (1701 words)
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        BACKED BY SCIENCE AND FIFTY YEARS PROGRESS Pioneers East of Suez in the manufacture of TECHNICAL RUBBER GOODS MANUFACTURERS OF PRINTING ROLLERS FOR STRAITS TIMES PRESS LTD. 419^ GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICES LEADING PRINTING HOUSES Malaya and South East Asia SPECIALISED ROLLERS FOR Metal Printing Survey Maps Printing Accessories CRESSONITE INDUSTRIES...  (79 words)
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