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The Straits Times, 13 September 1954

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    The Straits Times. Estd. 1845 SINGAPORE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1954. 15 CENTS  (12 words)
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  • CHIANG KEEPS UP RAIDS [Articles]
    CHIANG KEEPS UP RAIDS Quemoy guns back attack by bombers TAIPEH. Sunday. [BERATOR bombers of the Chinese Nationalist \ir Force raided the port of Amoy and the mainland positions for the second day i was announced here. uted l>\ Thunderjel fighters, the B-24 s dropped one ton bombs on Communist...  (354 words)
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  • The faith that won $5,000 [Articles + Illustrations]
    The faith that won $5,000 T mountains, and according Indian couple ore, it can ntcst. Aroklamary, of, id, desperately the Straits puzzle contest debt. slip dr'■vrn;i at Fathers' n Roari. A ial nine-week ::h B special Iced of Our Succour. Ims two asked to win li arnt that oh winner...  (71 words)
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  • THIS PARTY WILL FIGHT FOR THE 'LITTLE MAN' [Articles]
    THIS PARTY WILL FIGHT FOR THE 'LITTLE MAN KUALA LIMPIR, Sunday. THE Selangor Progressive Party pledges to fight primarily for the "little man" who does not dare "to beard the political lions in their dens," a formation meeting was told today. The Party aims at expanding into a Federation-wide organisation...  (355 words)
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  • WOMAN RUNS AMOK [Articles]
    WOMAN RUNS AMOK Knifes policeman A 34-YEAR-OLD unman brandishing a kitchen knife ran amok last night, injuring a police lieutenant and a constable before she was finally caught. The incident occurred in a house in LorortK Stangee off Fast (oast Road. Singapore. The woman. Tan Kirn Ent;. was sent to...  (182 words)
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  • Eden gets a good start [Articles]
    Eden gets a good start BRUSSELS. Sun Mr. Eden said here today his talks with the Benelux Foreign Ministers I yesterday had been an encouraging start for his tour of West European capitals Talking to reporters oelore he left by air for Bonn on the second stage of his tour...  (83 words)
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  • Wedding presents go to poor [Articles + Illustrations]
    Wedding presents go to poor A SIM.APOKK (I.FRK who was married yesterday save S5OO worth of hK wrddinj; presents to the l.ittlr Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged in Thomson Road. Mr. Lian Teck Huat. third v>n of Mr. and Mrs. I i. m Boon Thor. and Miss...  (131 words)
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  • $5m. SKYSCRAPER FOR WATERFRONT [Articles]
    $5m. SKYSCRAPER FOR WATERFRONT 4 15-STOREY skyscraper costing S5 million will be the latest addition to Singapore's continually uruwiiiK skyline. It will be built on Collycr Quay next to Change Alley as the new Malayan headquarters for the Shell Company. Plans for the new building, which will include staff lunch...  (168 words)
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  • MIC promises a bitter fight [Articles]
    MIC promises a bitter fight Xl ALA I.IMIMK. Sunday. THE Malayan Indian Congress will "fight the Govern- ment tooth and nail" against any increase in school fees, an M.I.C delegates conference here was told today. Mr. K. L. Devaser. president, said: "Instead of providing free education the Government is endeavouring...  (221 words)
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  • PRETTY MIDWIFE [Articles + Illustrations]
    PRETTY MIDWIFE MISS Ml lI W KHONG. of Singapore, recently told the midwives' congress in London about life in the Colony under Japanese occupation. "We were treated fairly well because we had a useful job to do, "she said, "but we were short of drugs and transport. Frequently I cot...  (61 words)
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  • Worker gets $20,898 [Articles]
    Worker gets $20,898 KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— The Malayan Indian Congress today ended the year-old dispute over the ownership of the first j>riz<' ticket of an MIC lottery draw. It decided in favour of Balaraman. an estate labourer of Carey Island, Selangor. The prize is $20,898.  (45 words)
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  • The tallest was the fairest [Articles]
    The tallest was the fairest ATLANTIC CITY, New Jersey. Sun.— Miss Ann Meriwether, 19-year-old brunette from San Francisco, was elected "Miss America 1954" at a contest here last night. The title carries more than $50,000 in prizes. The beauty queen is five fret elght-and-a-half Inches tall, the tallest of the...  (60 words)
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  • Victory soon over illness [Articles]
    Victory soon over illness LONDON, Sun. Sir Alexander Fleming, discoverer of penicillin, believes man will have mastered the microbes by the year 2000. "Twenty-five years ago," he said, "very few microbes could be dealt with in the human body and there are still a few that dodge us. But they...  (70 words)
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  • 29 horses killed [Articles]
    29 horses killed CICERO. (Illinois). Sun. Twenty-nine horses valued at US$2OO,OOO were killed last night when fire engulfed the stables at Hawthorne racecourse. U.P.  (24 words)
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  • Back to school goes a champ [Articles]
    Back to school goes a champ TORONTO. Sun. Miss Marilyn Bell. 16-year-old schoolgirl who swam 32 milps across Lake Ontario on Thursday and had $60,000 -vorth of gifts showered on her, said yesterday she planned to go back to high school next week. But next year, she said, she hopes...  (62 words)
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  • Jordan protests [Articles]
    Jordan protests AMMAN, Sun. Jordan has complained to the Mixed Armistice Commission against the alleged shooting by Israeli forces of Arab boys who were .swimming in a jx> ol in Wadi Kokain village.— Router.  (34 words)
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  • Women rescued from sea [Articles]
    Women rescued from sea A 28-year-old woman, Quah Slew Kee, of Lorong 40, Oeylang, Singapore, was taken from the sea off Queen Elizabeth Walk yesterday. She was admitted to the General Hospital unconscious. Late last night police hail not r>een able to obtain a statement.  (45 words)
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  • Laos protests [Articles]
    Laos protests PARIS. Sun. Laos lodged a protest today to the military commission supervising the armistice, charging the Com-munist-led Vietminh with deliberate and repeated violations of the cease-fire agreement.— A.P.  (30 words)
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  • Quake in Tokyo [Articles]
    Quake in Tokyo TOKYO. Sun. A rolling earthquake shook Tokyo at 5.17 a.m. today. It was not severe but it swayed the city's tali buildings for about two minutes— UP  (30 words)
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  • Vienna bows its head in prayer [Articles]
    Vienna bows its head in prayer VIENNA. Sun.— Thousands of Austrians. among them Chancellor Julius Raab. last night knelt on Vienna's huge Heldenplatz Square to pray for Christians persecuted behind the Communist iron curtain After the open air mass, young Catholics with torch lights marched through Vienna in a procession...  (63 words)
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  • SEATO is good Reading [Articles]
    SEATO is good Reading MANILA. Sun— Lord ReadIng, hrad of the British deleation to the Manila conference, left today for London. He told a questioner: "The SEATO treaty Is good or else I would not have signed it."— UP  (39 words)
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  • Freedom call [Articles]
    Freedom call TUNIS. Sun.— The old Destour Party, a Conservative offshoot from the present NeoDestour Nationalist group, declared today it would not be satisfied with internal autonomy for Tunisia and demanded eventual independence.—Reuter.  (33 words)
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  • CHINA GOVT. 'MOST HONEST: ATTLEE [Articles]
    CHINA GOVT. 'MOST HONEST: ATTLEE MELBOURNE. Sun. MR. CLEMENT ATTLEE. former British Prime Minister, who headed a Labour delegation visit to China, said here tonight that "the more China is driven in on herself and on Russia, the more drastic and Intolerant will be the regime." Mr. Attlee. speaking as...  (212 words)
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  • The riddle: Why no job for Templer? [Articles]
    The riddle: Why no job for Templer? LONDON. Sun. AN article in the Evenme Standard yesterday referred to the "mystery" surrounding a new appointment for General Sir Gerald Templer, the former High Commissioner in Malaya, who is celebrating hi s 56th birthday here. "Can the War Office afford to keep...  (182 words)
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  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
    STOP PRESS IOIRNAI.ISTS I Rl I n LONDON, sun.— Tun t > jaanuUMi Immci i. hrid in China fur dm i- tii. hi ,i reai h.iv t Ix-rn ilrpni trd I'rklll^ r.ulio s.iicl tonight. Tin ;i' I Ml li ii (I Apnlr^atc of N ii Br___c_sUan < Donald l>i\<>n. of...  (88 words)
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      C _^?*5 ''i the irosh morniiiK air, I detect an appetising fragrance woman -the fraKttnee «»f somethins cooking! What's for hrr.ikfa>t? the slightest idea, John. I had surfeit of catering and cooking at that, for the time being, I'm it to leave all that sort of thing to v II...  (123 words)
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      Finer Rings at SENAS The telection of rings dwavt to be Men *t Sana's eipreties the high decree «f skill and artistry employed in the creation of -II their fin* jewellery. H. SENA LTD. HICH CLASS lEWILLERS SINGAPORE. PENANC b BANGKOK >N THIS f^-^-^l flffiyjr COMPETITION W> «> il l...  (270 words)
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  • Fastest bomber makes first trip [Articles]
    Fastest bomber makes first trip BRITAIN'S VICTOR, TAIL STRENGTHENED, THRILLS THOUSANDS THEN 'SHOWS OFF' FARNBOROUGH, Sunday. THE world's fastest jet bomber, the four-enjrined crescent-winged Handley-Page Victor, went through its paces in public for the first time here today. It thrilled thousands of drenched spectators at the annual British air show...  (393 words)
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  • R.A.S.C. MEN PAY TRIBUTE [Articles + Illustrations]
    R.A.S.C. MEN PAY TRIBUTE MEN OF THE R.A.S.C. carrying the Hag-draped roffln of Driver 1. A. McLeary aged 20. of 55 (Air Dispatch) Company R.A.S.C. to the Chera* Road Cemetrrv, Kuala Lumpur. Driver Mcl.rarv wax killed when a Mosquito planr taking off from Kuala Lumpur aer >- drome' on Friday...  (56 words)
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  • HE SHOOTS WIFE WHO LEFT HIM [Articles]
    HE SHOOTS WIFE WHO LEFT HIM CINCINNATI. Sun. A disabled war veteran shot I A and killed his estranged I wife in the crowded sidewalk cafe of a swank hotel yesteri clay. Mrs. Juanita Coffey. 26, who had predicted her marriage would end In tragedy, was fa- tally wounded by...  (142 words)
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  • Bid on life of airman [Articles]
    Bid on life of airman CHICAGO. Sun— The Chicaeo Tribune said yesterday that police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are investigating an attempt on the life of Lt Frank Jareckl. 23. former Polish pilot who flew to Denmark from behind the Iron Curtain in a Soviet MIG-15 fighter. The...  (89 words)
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  • Six years—still no agreement [Articles]
    Six years still no agreement NEW DELHI Sun The Indian Finance Minister. Mr. C D. Deshmukh. said yesterday a treaty of trade, commerce and navigation with the United States was not yet concluded despite six years of discussions This, he said, was because of a number of outstanding points on...  (59 words)
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  • General: I have beaten the spy ring [Articles]
    General: I have beaten the spy ring TEHERAN. Sun. TEHERAN'S military governor. General Tiemour Bakhtiar, announced yesterday that the purge on a Communist spy ring in the police and Gendarmerie had "cut off the roots of Communist Party operations In Persia's security organisations." All army leave was cancelled and Persian...  (143 words)
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  • India seeks aid from U.K., Russia [Articles]
    India seeks aid from U.K., Russia NEW DELHI. Sun. FDTA is sppkinß aid from Britain and Russia to expand her steel industry. Under India's second fiveyear plan, which starts in 1956. it is proposed to add a fourth and possibly a fifth bie steel plant to three such enterprises already...  (149 words)
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  • Reds seize boy on frontier [Articles]
    Reds seize boy on frontier BERLIN Sun— A German woman told police yesterday that Soviet Zone police seized her 16-year-old son in the French sector while they were on a berry-plcklne expedition. Mrs. Irma Toichs. 46, said she and her son Hans-Jurgen were about 20 yards from tho zone border...  (62 words)
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  • Doctors' tour [Articles]
    Doctors' tour MOSCOW. Sun. Several members of a British medical delegation vLsithiK Russia, have left Moscow for Leningrad. The 19 doctors are on a three-week visit to Russia at the invitation of the Soviet Ministry of Health— Reuter.  (38 words)
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  • BRITONS WHOOSH IN THE CRANKY WAY [Articles]
    BRITONS WHOOSH IN THE CRANKY WAY GOODWOOD. England. Sun. A TEAM of British carsaverage age 36 yesterday won a week-long Anglo-Ameri-can rally aaainst an American team average age 38. The contest, unique in motoring history, began in Edinburgh last Saturday. Since then, the aged motors all crank-starter types, built when...  (138 words)
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  • Bodies returned [Articles]
    Bodies returned PANMUNJOM. Sun. The Communists yesterday returned the bodies of 200 more Allied war dead, raising the total sent back in the body exchange programme to 2.300  (28 words)
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  • Asylum for 6 [Articles]
    Asylum for 6 TAIPEH, Sun. The Nationalist Government has granted political asylum to six young members of the crew of the Russian tanker Tuapse intercepted on Aug 23 off east Formosa.— .P.  (32 words)
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  • THE FANATICS ACCUSE NASSER [Articles]
    THE FANATICS ACCUSE NASSER DAMASCUS. Sun— Representatives of the fantical Moslem Brotherhood organisations In Syria. Iraq and Jordan Issued a statement at the end of their three-day talks here tonight, attacking the Egyptian Prime Minister. Lieut Gen. Oamal Abdel Nasser. They accused him of orga- nlslng a crusade designed to...  (136 words)
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  • 'Liberate' Reds, urges ex-envoy [Articles]
    'Liberate' Reds, urges ex-envoy WASHINGTON, Sunday. THE Soviet problem is not a suitable one to be resolved by war, a former United States Ambassador in Moscow, says in a book to be published tomorrow. The ex- Ambassador. Mr. George F. Kennan. argues instead for a policy of containment or "liberation"...  (223 words)
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  • Casey sees Burmese on SEATO [Articles]
    Casey sees Burmese on SEATO RANGOON. Sun. MR. RICHARD CASEY, the Australian Minister of External Affairs, said on arrival here today for a two-day visit that he would discuss the South-East Asia Treaty Organisation pact informally with Burmese leaders. He added that he had not come to influence the Burma...  (158 words)
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  • THE WHOLE WORLD AIDS QUAKE VICTIMS [Articles]
    THE WHOLE WORLD AIDS QUAKE VICTIMS QRLEANBVI] if JJELP flowed i n announmi thit <**•*£ Air Force tr ar Hown in ton/of £S* "5 Rrd Cross stor devastated The Us Arm-/ k. Undine Franco f victims. n s aboard Fr, i> h transport to Africa The Lcaeue of R e...  (268 words)
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  • 'Welcome' kits for refugees [Articles]
    'Welcome' kits for refugees WASHINGTON Sun Government said toriav tl be distributing "America Ir.ome kits" within a to refugees movinc :nto nam to escape t] munists. The Uti coni I towel, a toothbn; and a comb. About will be flown from Held Saifjon thil  (44 words)
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  • Racer, 20, dies [Articles]
    Racer, 20, dies MONZA. Sun -Ruper! lavs. 20. Austrian n ing champion, died in WJJ here last nieht received in an accid trials this mornti motor-cycling Grand Nations. Reuter  (29 words)
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  • A HEART-TO-HEART TALK [Articles]
    A HEART-TO-HEART TALK WASHINGTON. Sun Ame rican and foreign scientist^ as sembled yesterday for a sixday study of heart disease and related Ills. The meeting, called the se- rond World diolocy. open Officials sa h< an 48 count ne.v inrlud n« are expected t  (44 words)
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      invitation NAM WHAT} 88, Arab St. Singapore-/. to the RE- OPENING OF THEM NEW PREMISES on September 14, 4 Choose the La« e »J Dress Fabrics of outstanding Q« aU tles and up-to-date Designs In comfort-  (36 words)
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  • Page 2 Miscellaneous

    • Page 2 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
      :,>^3 if. I v (I KB RADIO MALAYA 857 8.57 Enslish Schools Broadcast 11.10 English Schools Broadnat; 100 p.m. Monday Matinee; 130 Time Sl K n;il ft News; 1.45 Ballnd Time: 3.00 English Schnol3 Broadcasts; 600 Time Announcement and Programme Summary; 1 6.02 Mallbas: 6.55 Announcement* and Singapore Share Market...  (146 words)
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  • Forgiveness for everyone except Chiang [Articles]
    Forgiveness for everyone except Chiang I LONDON, Sunday. Ne w China news agcaey yesterday declared that [with the "single exception of Chiang Kai-shek" h in d all Kuomintanß members in Formosa would [f .jvpn lenient treatment if they went over to the y "munist regime, icy quoted the Tientsin Ta...  (253 words)
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  • NOW EDUARD IS MR. PILLAI [Articles + Illustrations]
    NOW EDUARD IS MR. PILLAI b EDI VRD GOUBEBT this Minister of Labent in h territory of \o« he !ic:iris a tor union with h.is chanced his Pillai. The two tot his former His mother v. Indian; his (mthet \.T. picture.  (41 words)
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  • Juin is back in favour [Articles]
    Juin is back in favour PARIS. Sun. Marshal Al•ihonse Juin has climbed back ,nto favour and reassumed the nost important function taki iway from him by a previous ;ovcrnment. He attended Friday s meeting af the National Defence Council as military advisor to the novornmen 1 a position he has...  (76 words)
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  • The Aga Khan is seriously ill [Articles]
    The Aga Khan is seriously ill CANNES. Sun. The Aga Khan's wife reported the 77-year-old Muslim leader in "serloui condition" yesterday from an attack of bronchitis. •Ho la a little better than he waa two dan ago, but I am Mill ver> rr.urh worried about his health because of his...  (56 words)
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  • AGREEMENT ON GERMAN GUNS [Articles + Illustrations]
    AGREEMENT ON GERMAN GUNS Benelux countries hail Eden's new approach BRUSSELS, Sunday. fl[R. ANTHONY EDEN, the Foreign Secretary, and the three Benelux Foreign Ministers have reached "full agreement on the goals to be achieved and the methods to be resorted to on West Germany's part in Western defence," a communique...  (349 words)
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  • Kesselring approves [Articles]
    Kesselring approves BERLIN, Sun. IjX)RMER German Field Marshal Albert Kesselrintc said at a press conference in Heidelberg yesterday there was "no objection" to recruiting a German army for NATO The former Commander-in-(hief in Italy, released from a war criminals prison in October 1952. said he could not understand the French...  (90 words)
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  • THE AFRIKA KORPS MEETS AGAIN [Articles]
    THE AFRIKA KORPS MEETS AGAIN 111 IDI I I'» .IK. Sun. POUCI here have taken precautions to prevent any possible Communist attempts t > disturb the fourth annual reunion of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel's Afrika Korpts. which began here yesterday. A police official said that so far about 10 people...  (110 words)
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  • 'Spy' is gaoled [Articles]
    'Spy' is gaoled MOSCOW, Sun A former Czech airman, V. S. Krivohlava. has been sentenced to life imprisonment by a Prague tribunal on charges of spying for the United States.— Reuter.  (31 words)
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  • Hunt for armed gaol breakers [Articles]
    Hunt for armed gaol breakers 1 JOHANNESBURG. Sun. Police and wardens around here mobilised yesterday in an intensive manhunt for three escaped convicts believed to be armed with rifles. The three are the only ones 'still at larsc out of 13 convicts who escaped from Cinderella Prison near here. Reuter.  (50 words)
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  • Adenauer's test [Articles]
    Adenauer's test KIEL, Sun. M(Ke than 1.500.000 voters in the province of Schlc.swig HoLstein go to 1 the polLs today to choose a new state parliament in an election considered a test of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer- popularity. UP.  (38 words)
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  • Inspector killed [Articles]
    Inspector killed NAIROBI. Sun. Mau Mau gangsters killed a British insprctor in the Kenya police at Elburgon. 10 miles north-wert of Nakuru.— Reuter.  (23 words)
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  • TEAR GAS DISPERSES 'SAVE THE COW MEN [Articles]
    TEAR GAS DISPERSES 'SAVE THE COW MEN CALCUTTA. Sunday OOLICE fired seven rounds of tear gas to disperse a demonstration in central Calcutta yesterday by "cow worshippers" who oppose the slaughtering of the animals they hold sacred The demonstrators attacked i passing vehicles with crackers, -stones and brickbats and piled...  (141 words)
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  • Romulo's medal [Articles]
    Romulo's medal MANILA, Sun. President Ramon Magsaysav will award his special envoy to Washincton. Brig Gen. Carlos P Romulo. the highest decoration of the republic the "Golden Heart"— "for exceptional and out.standine service to the n.-Uion." UP  (37 words)
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  • Montesi inquiry [Articles]
    Montesi inquiry A hish-level to the scandal<>f party girl will be flnLshed SUIU a top HI be turnip nmp court for  (21 words)
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  • Official's visit [Articles]
    Official's visit I UK Sun. —Mr rphy. Deputy of State, left ondoo to he^in trip to several in capitals.  (19 words)
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  • Tragedienne dies [Articles]
    Tragedienne dies In.— Marie Coto.reate.Nt yesterday of ■She specialisfirrek drama and roles.— AJ*  (13 words)
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  • JAMAICANS FOR BRITAIN [Articles]
    JAMAICANS FOR BRITAIN sun. About will be flown Miami today leg of a mass -iand. I The Jamaicans then will fly to Newark. New Jersey, and embark from New York on Monday for England. The Jamaicans plan to work in Britain.— AP.  (42 words)
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  • Six died in this wreck [Articles + Illustrations]
    Six died in this wreck SIX PEOPLE were killed and 49 injured when an express train was derailed at Rorik, near Naessjoe, southern Sweden. Nine cars and the engine ran off the rails near a switch. This A.P. picture aiics an air view of the crash scene.  (47 words)
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  • Knowland: We've lost two years [Articles]
    Knowland: We've lost two years SENATOR William Knowland. the Senate Republican leader, declared at Avalon, California, yesterday the free world lost two years when France "killed" the European Defence Community. "Time is the most valuable commodity the free world has," hp said. "We lost at least two years when France,...  (128 words)
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  • The army expels the 'nuisance' wives [Articles]
    The army expels the 'nuisance' wives HKIDFI.BF.rU;. Sun. The I'nitrd States Army in Europe is expelling; soldiers' wives at the rate of fix a month, a spokesman at the army headquarters here said yesterday. The wives are sent back to the I'nited Stat&s at Government expense after breaking disciplinary regulations...  (177 words)
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  • Mrs. You explains on birth control [Articles]
    Mrs. You explains on birth control lyiRS. R. E. You, organiiT* sing secretary of the Singapore Family Planning Association, yesterday refuted a statement made by a Singapore Catholic nurse which denounced the work of the association as "regrettable" The nurse, Miss Wilhelmina fie Cruz, a delegate to th P Fifth...  (282 words)
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  • Military mission [Articles]
    Military mission HONG KONG. Sun. A seven-man Siamese military mission arrived here yesterday after a six-day tour of Formosa. AP.  (20 words)
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      €OTTOi\ IS KING! A mm AHI KIX.S IX <OTTOX NOVELTIES of COTTONS PLAINS— PRINTS— A j FANCT WEAVES /j? r< moh.\ ixg Jtirfm TmFZa \FTFR\OO\ f #J v A I VI MX. jKP WASSIAMULL'S LADIES DEPT. HIGH ST. ATLAS FLUORESCENT LIGHTING HOME INDUSTRY OFFICE Lister Engineering l.td^ HL-16 Othay hotel...  (117 words)
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  • VARSITY PAY BATTLE HAS BEGUN! [Articles]
    VARSITY PAY BATTLE HAS BEGUN! They lose money in Ritson switch Y|KMBERS of the non-academic staff of the University of Malaya are to protest against the recent pay conversions along Ritson lines. Most of them lose money by it. Of 161 laboratory technicians, clerks and stenographers employed by the university...  (244 words)
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  • One more—it is 200 up for Gurkhas [Articles]
    One more— it is 200 up for Gurkhas KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. 'THE 2 7 Gurkhas killed their x 199 th. terrorist in the Petaling area, six miles from Kuala Lumpur, last week. The Gurkha patrol also wounded the bandits comrade and captured him. The dead terrorist was Chin Kit. 22....  (123 words)
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  • Bandit with four packs shot dead [Articles]
    Bandit with four packs shot dead KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. A TERRORIST guarding four i\ packs of clothing was killed in the Rengam area of Johore yesterday whm spotted by a patrol of the First Fijians A pistol and bullets were found. On Friday night terrorist* cut 250 yards of telephone...  (90 words)
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  • Homemaking course for 30 [Articles]
    Homemaking course for 30 JOHORE LAHRU. Sun. Girls living in rural areas of Johore can now get domestic science training. Kampong women can stay at the Domestic Science School, Johore Bahru. while taking the course. RIDA will pay the way for 30 young women from rural areas. The young women...  (59 words)
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  • CHENG LOCK IN TENNIS QUEST [Articles]
    CHENG LOCK IN TENNIS QUEST Cadet Chia Cheng Lock. 19, Royal Malayan Navy. Singapore, has entered for the South of England Lawn Tennis Championships now being held at Eastbourne. Cadet Chia. who has completed a course in the Benbow Division of the Royal Naval College. Dartmouth, is shortly jolnins the...  (70 words)
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  • 4 women pass shorthand exam [Articles]
    4 women pass shorthand exam TAIPING. Sun— Mr D. R Home. District Officer. Larut and Matang. presented certificates awarded by the Perak Education Department to the following candidates of the Taiping branch of the Perak Adult Education Association who passed the shorthand test Mrs Cheang Theam Cheng i distinction >...  (61 words)
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  • Had dpium :$2OO [Articles]
    Had dpium :$2OO JOHORE BAHRU. Sun— Sin Siew. a labourer on Lee Pineapple Estate, Simpang Rengam, who was found in possession of 20 packets of prepared opium at the estate checking sate, was fined $200. in default, one months Raol. yesterday.  (41 words)
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  • Changed snap on card: One day [Articles]
    Changed snap on card: One day JOHORE BAHRU. Sun— For changing the photograph on his identity card Hon Sian was sentenced to a days imprisonment by 'he Sessions Court. He said the old photo was dirty so he put a new one instead.  (43 words)
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  • A $500 signal [Articles]
    A $500 signal JOHORE BAHRU, Sun. Harun bin Busu. a taxi driver, who failed to stop when signalled by the police, was fined $500 by Mr. N. L. Cohen, in the Sessions Court today.  (34 words)
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  • Youth meeting [Articles]
    Youth meeting TAIPING, Sun— The North Perak District Youth Council will hold its next committee meeting at the King Edward VII School on Friday.  (24 words)
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  • No permit: $300 [Articles]
    No permit: $300 JOHORE BAHRU. Sun— Tan Chye Yam, of Singapore, wa.s fined $300 for moving medicines, without a permit in the TVnjone Surat area.  (25 words)
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  • Protest meeting in T. Anson [Articles]
    Protest meeting in T. Anson TELUK ANSON, Sun— The Teluk Anson branch of the Perak Labour Party will hold a public meeting to protest against the proposed increase of school fees Parents of schoolchildren will be invited to attend. The date and venue of the meeting will be announced I...  (51 words)
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  • THAT BIG NOW-WE-ARE-WEO SMILE [Articles + Illustrations]
    THAT BIG NOW-WE-ARE-WEO SMILE MR. ROBERT I IM KIAN SEN<I smiles at his bride. Miss Jessie Yun Tsin. after their wedding yesterday at St. Andrew's Cathedral. Singapore. Straits Times picture.  (30 words)
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  • RESPITE FOR 7 GUARDS [Articles]
    RESPITE FOR 7 GUARDS rpHE Singapore Government L has agreed to defer for a month the retrenchment notices served by the Civil Aviation Department on seven watchmen at Kalians Airport. In a letter to the Union's secretary, Mr. Lee Yong Ming, yesterday. the Government said the watchmen would stop work...  (232 words)
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  • THE GLAD-HAND FOR AMINAH [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE GLAD-HAND FOR AMINAH INCHE HASSAN and his bride, the former Miss Dolly Tan, 18-yrar-old department store salesgirl. after their wedding at the Malay Women's Welfare Association. Desker Road. Singapore yesterday. Dolly, now Che Aminah binte Abdullah, is concratulated by Che Zahara hinte Noor Mohamed. the supervisor of the association....  (53 words)
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  • Art objects soon on show [Articles]
    Art objects soon on show Objects for the proposed Art Gallery in Singapore will be exhibited temporarily at the Raffles Museum as soon as acquired. Several committees will De appointed :n the near future to advise on the acquisition of art objects, which will be representative of Malaya China and...  (84 words)
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  • Religion Council names [Articles]
    Religion Council names JOHORE BAHRU Sun A new Council of Religion for Johore has been appointed Its members are Dato Abdullah bin Esa.. Dato Othman bin Buang. Inche Mohamed bin Yacob. Had Abdul Hamid bin Haji Fedil. Hajt Hassan bin Hajl Yunos. Haji Ahmad bin Yacob. Tuan A. Abdul Majid....  (84 words)
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  • $2 M. CENTRE FOR HEALTH TRAINING [Articles]
    $2 M. CENTRE FOR HEALTH TRAINING OINGAPORE is to have an up-to-date public health training centre in Outram Road at an estimated cost of $2,100,000. A grant of $1,500,000 towards Its cost is expected from the Colonial Development and Welfare Fund. The centre will probably be in use by November...  (260 words)
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  • Teachers to celebrate [Articles]
    Teachers to celebrate More than 2.000 Chinese teachers vill take part in Teachers' Day celebrations at the Happy World, Singapore, on Oct 21. Celebrations will include a film show teachers' meeting and tiffin. Mr. T. K. Chlam. of the Chinese Schools English Teachers Union, said yesterday that gold medals would...  (80 words)
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  • Selangor MCA backs eight [Articles]
    Selangor MCA backs eight K. LUMPUR. Sun— The SelariKor branch of the Malayan Chinese Association is to recommend eieh* candidates for Federal and state election*. The names will be forwarded to the MCA. headquarters for consideration. A working committee of the branch which took this decision today decided to keep...  (53 words)
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  • 'S' bomb: SCBA on the warpath [Articles]
    'S' bomb: SCBA on the warpath rpHE Straits Chinese British Asson-m, x to join any meeting hrld in M,h, apainst the proposed increase n school K.J" p WSJf ■ships on pai to go into the SSSEC S j in the coming ektl UMNOjr^j i MS5rr Vm h h RPI Malacca...  (85 words)
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  • Penang has that meeting [Articles]
    Penang has that meeting PENANG, Sun. FIVE political parties and the Pcnang Division of the Malayan Trade Union Council are holding a protest meeting against the increase in school fees at the Khek Association next Thursday at 8.30 p.m. Mr. Tan Chong Bee, a Federal Councillor, will take the chair....  (107 words)
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  • Worker accused of murder [Articles]
    Worker accused of murder PENANG. Sun -A lave stabbed two n Muthu and Munia >n Sept. 3, a abourer. Sundaj.. yesterday remanded pendtai jreliminary inquiry on O?! nto two murder chanj igain.st him. Sundarajoo was also iQm ;o have caused h voman. Sevapi. with a krit  (46 words)
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  • Cash awards [Articles]
    Cash awards Sixteen employees of :s National Carbon Ltd. Singapore lodav cash awards i nadges to mark th« :>f a year's service.  (22 words)
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  • 100 at a dance [Articles]
    100 at a dance KOTA BHARU. hundred people lr ■oretary and M-s. I Daud. attended a dance z:v by Mr. O. G. Oliphant, OSP Kelantan West.  (26 words)
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  • Sultan at show [Articles]
    Sultan at show KOTA BHARU. Sun. Sultan of K^lant L'atJSw Cinema la dog show, Alsatians, Arm! r anderian and Princess.  (20 words)
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      111/ ft (suxsfo JT "I c A r there's nothing no vomfo rlill)l Fry. V-IH as I)u"l»l itlllh YNs^ in addition to 5.., -AV^^ E Hand BulldlM r* WJNIOP lUMH CO. (maIAYA) ITD ujmM r£N S M SINCAPORI KUAIA  (39 words)
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      STORE MISICAL SOCIETY: Final orchestral rehearsal with Claudlo Arrau. Victoria Memorial Hall. 5 30 pm BAFETT FIRST EXHIBITION Victoria Memorial Hall (lower) 9 a.m. to 7 p.m EXHIBITION OV GANTMBM PRINTS at British Council Hall Stamford Road 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m STORE COUNCIL FOR ADII.T EOI'CATION: English course. Tan...  (200 words)
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  • STRAITS TIMES SPECIAL FEATURE The vain struggle of Capt. Hines [Articles + Illustrations]
    STRAITS TIMES SPECIAL FEATURE The vain struggle of Capt. Hines in tht* \nrth Vr»#i \ittiinuil ff€tf>t hrfttii i Bvtruyvtl by hti informer Overnight, hundreds of blue-coated Union cavalry who rode into Chicago one t morning in 1864 fingered their carbines uneasily as they ullen, jeering mobs lining the streets. The...  (1845 words)
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      Slurlovk Hohn<>% J\ a signs of a siruyyh* f INTERESTING, ON THE CONTRARY. NO,SIONS )f YOU MEAN f OPEN Tue\ VERy INTERESTING' \OF A STRU66LE WHATSOEVER. MIS 6 BASCOMB V HAMPER SHERLOCK HOLMES IS y NOTICE THE PARASOL NEATLY LEFT OF- HER K WATSON 1 INVESTIGATING THE "*> FURLED- THE...  (186 words)
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  • The Straits Times. Singapore, Mon. Sept. 13, 1954. Thunder Over The Straits [Articles]
    The Straits Times. Singapore, Mon. Sept. 13, 1954. Thunder Over The Straits Thunder of the guns attacking and defending Quemoy Island, Nationalist outpost just off the Communist poll of Amov, ia spreading round the whole world. It carries with it further proof of the Communist policy that there must he...  (626 words)
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  • Road Sense Means Life [Articles]
    Road Sense Means Life Singapore holds its unenviable place as fourth city in the world for the proportion of its fatal road accidents not because Singapore motor drivers are inconsiderate or because they ignore the rules of the road. On the contrary they are more courteous and punctilious than the...  (488 words)
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  • Loud Cheers [Articles]
    Loud Cheers Singapore and the whole of, the Federation will join heartily in congratulating Penang on winning the Malaya Cup for the second year in succession. When Penang were successful lad year for the first time in the Settlement's football history there were many who felt it was something of...  (186 words)
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  • Man – in – the – Street

    • VARSITY YOUTHS AND POLITICS [Letters]
      VARSITY YOUTHS AND POLITICS T HAVE only Just returned 1 to Singapore and read the reports and correspondence about the FAJAR trial. I am astonished and disappointed that neither your paper nor the correspondents put forward the point of view of the students. Instead, you seem to have concentrated on...  (379 words)
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    • Business hours at post offices [Letters]
      Business hours at post offices ON Sept. 7, "Disappointed Depositor" referred to the hours during which savings bank business Is transacted at the Sentul Post Ofice, Kuala Lumpur. Conditions at Sentul are similar to tho.se at all other post ofices. In that, for reasons of accounting, certain types of transaction...  (129 words)
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    • He could not possibly be worse off [Letters]
      He could not possibly be worse off HOW right "L.C.L." is on the subject of ex-convicts. There is, however, no need ito have been to prison to suffer the same treatment. It often starts before a person "qualifies" for gaol. I was permitted to resign from the Federal Government ten...  (127 words)
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    • 'Give equality to Asian women' [Letters]
      'Give equality to Asian women' DECENTLY it was revealed that amongst Perak Malays, one in every two marriages, ended on the rocks. I thing the picture is not very diferent in some of the other Asian communities. In this country, we hear of one blueprint after another, loud talks about...  (235 words)
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    • Payment of increments in railway [Letters]
      Payment of increments in railway ALTHOUGH tests are held I A. about two months before the railway .staff are due for their increments, these are not civen when due. Staff due for their incrementa on August 1 have still not got them. Staff are losing in their overtime and night...  (87 words)
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    • A COMMON LANGUAGE —ENGLISH [Letters]
      A COMMON LANGUAGE —ENGLISH 1 PRAISE "T.S.D." for his noncommunal outlook on education in the Federation and Singapore but I do not agree with some of his ideas. He mentions that the children must be taught a common language 'with the mother tongue to string them together as nationals of...  (109 words)
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    • Incident at Penang election rally [Letters]
      Incident at Penang election rally rpHE stoning of the Party Ncgara van In Penang wa,s an irresponsible and cowardly art. The van was on its rounds asking people to attend a rally at thr esplanade. This was mrt by hostility and resentment by rival parties. Every political party has the'...  (122 words)
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    • Protests on higher school fees pour in [Letters]
      Protests on higher school fees pour in rE Government is spending mllions to fight a variety of aggression. All these aggressions are due to ignorance. Illiteracy is the root of ignorance. Communist aggression attacks people with little knowledge. Little knowledge has been proved to be dangerous. Communism triumphs among people...  (920 words)
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  • Postal districts [Articles]
    Postal districts rE local Road and Street Directory shows that Stamford Road and Bencoolen Street belong to postal district No. 6 and No. 7. but from the road sign boards opposite the Raffles Museum both are marked No 9 K. S. PONG. Singapore.  (43 words)
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  • On the Margin [Articles]
    On the Margin Recr uit to 1>.. v l |AT»r«ctwi Li Club nf I warn wi B Mr? I when v I and I hurried want... I somewhere ai French This n. me as 1 am Playful habit diles an bathrnnm to m Malaya nnri I Lin Yut Internationa things...  (226 words)
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      Strait* Tine* k Free Prets Hwn put rrprc«*n»ati«« at lit Moor SINGAPORE COLD STORAGE. ORCHARD KOAD, «ill receive tmoll odvcrti-.r>n»r<(^ and on»w*r\ Ie ko> nu bctj oho be handed to: CITY bOOK STORt LTD. WincHt'tcr Houh, Collvcr Quay, Singapore. CLASSIFIED ADS. HurW. fin (minimum). THE innouno m Phooi. r. of...  (655 words)
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      Cjammeter \-S SMSS MADE STOPWATCHES from $48 16 COILYtR QUAY LTD r.ottx 2ji. f*a*'cti  (14 words)
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      "-^itVirt^ i ffI^OPnCIHNS MR. K. W. BFLI.. DIP. OPT.. Ay M I will vusit KUALA LUMPUR on Monda>. 20th September. Appointments for eye cvnninations STORCH BROS. LTD., 37, MOUKTBATTEI RO Fine DIAMOND JEWELLERY PRECIOUS STONES U. S. de SILVA JEWELLERS 106. ORCHARD ROAD Revlon's 'Love-Pat' New all-in-one make- fmtk Pk...  (80 words)
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  • THE MAN WITHOUT: yOU GOT IT ALL WRONG [Articles]
    THE MAN WITHOUT: yOU GOT IT ALL WRONG [JMPUR, Sun. ng commit too [alayan Indian today ac- iling to krep minutes of a d on thr quosrved seats for the new Fcde- I to thp tapenMIC for attack- made the that the n at that moetommittee was vo its pension...  (159 words)
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  • MCA to oppose higher fees [Articles]
    MCA to oppose higher fees MPUR. Sun. Committee of oranch of thf ciation ppose any hnn] fees. to take any r< port of thr Government■mmittee. w.nich th( increase  (28 words)
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  • MCA POLITICIANS 'TRAITORS' TO CHINESE [Articles]
    MCA POLITICIANS 'TRAITORS' TO CHINESE Sacked Perak leader hits out at critics morninjf. wiv>a, mis Chinee. M, W^^^j^™ cnarges made against him He was accused of Joining the National Association of Perak and not obeying a directive from the MCA to resign rrom the Perak State Council. He did not...  (378 words)
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  • Mill bosses hit back with an axe [Articles]
    Mill bosses hit back with an axe TiHE Malayan Textile Mills factory in Bukit Timah Singapore. hav P decided to sack some of the workers who went on strike last Thursday. I management yesterday announced it would recruit new workers to replace the striken. It would also consider the reemployment...  (74 words)
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  • Association rejects dog racing plan [Articles]
    Association rejects dog racing plan THE Singapore Canine Welfare Association. des- perately short of funds, yesterday discussed dog racing as a means of raising money.. But the obstacles brought up by members at the annual ral meeting were so many that the idea was dropped after 15 minutes. The opposition...  (146 words)
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  • Rail unions merge [Articles]
    Rail unions merge KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. A meetine between th(. executive committees of the Locomotive Enginemens Union and the Malayan Railway Traffic Operating Union today decided on amalgamation. The decision was taken after talkl lasting nine hours. The new union will be known as the National Union of Railwaymen. Malaya....  (70 words)
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  • Phone books [Articles]
    Phone books Telephone subscribers In Singapore will not get their directory until the first week c,i January, said Mr. A. J. Thur.sfield. general manager ol Oriental Telephone Electric Co.. Ltd.  (30 words)
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  • 81st birthday celebrations [Articles]
    81st birthday celebrations JOHORE BAHRU. Sun. Elaborate plan* to celebrate the Sultan of Johores 81st birthday on Sept. 17 have now been finalised. As his birthday this year falls on a Friday, which Ls normally a holiday in Johore, the following day has also been declared a holiday. Senior Government...  (78 words)
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  • Calling the stay-away Ceylonese [Articles]
    Calling the stay-away Ceylonese KUALA LTJMPUR. Sun. MR. M. NAVARATNAM, president of the Ceylonese Malayan Provident Fund, said today that if more Ceylonese became members the fund could be put on a solid basis. "It is very disappointing that only 900 are members j considerine the larpe number of Ceylonese...  (99 words)
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  • M.P.s drive round island [Articles]
    M.P.s drive round island PENANG, Sun Sir Roland Robinson and Mr. Percy Morris, two of the British MP's now tourine the Federation, today spent the second day of their visit to Penane motorine round the island. Their programme included visits to the Agricultural Syndicate's mixed farm and fish ponds at...  (85 words)
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  • Study award [Articles]
    Study award KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. The Alam Shah Scholarship! Fund, established in 1938 when the present Sultan of Selangor ascended the throne. will sponsor its first student for higher education soon. A general meeting called by the management committee of the fund decided today that $17,000 be allocated imme--1 diately...  (53 words)
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  • BORN AGAIN [Articles + Illustrations]
    BORN AGAIN A MALAY. Abo Mario, who was baptised Born Again Abo Mario at the Singapore Bethesda Church yesterday. He was in the Army for three years and became interested in Christianity In February. S.T. picture  (36 words)
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  • Six on a $6,165 cheating charge [Articles]
    Six on a $6,165 cheating charge JOHORE BAHRU, Sun. THE trial continued in the Sessions Court before Mr. N I. Cohen yesterday of Poh Kirn Seng, Tan Eng Tung, Lee Bents Guan, Jay Thomas Chin, Lee Kok Poo and O. K. Nalr. They are charged with aereeinjs to cheat Lee...  (148 words)
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  • ARRAU: THOUSAND-FOLD PLEASURE [Articles]
    ARRAU: THOUSAND -FOLD PLEASURE THE recital at the Victoria Hall last night by Claudlo Arrau described as "the greatest of the great" among contemporary pianists, will linger in the memory of the packed audience who endured a stifling evening for the thou-sand-fold pleasures it yielded. It is very rare that...  (347 words)
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  • 2 men win a holiday home [Articles]
    2 men win a holiday home I SEREMBAN. Sun.— Mr. Chin See Yin. Seremban Town Councillor, and Mr. V. M. Letchumanan of Seremban bei came Joint owners of a newly built holiday bungalow at the eighth mile. Port Dickson. when their ticket No XXXXX drew the first prize in a...  (191 words)
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  • AIR DASH TO WEDDING [Articles + Illustrations]
    AIR DASH TO WEDDING TWKNTY-ONE friends and relations of this rouple hurried into Kallang Airport. Singapore, at 8 a.m. yesterday and into a waiting plane. They were ruests-of-hon-our of Mr. Lim Keng Kimn, 23, and Miss Kuah Geok Lan, also 23, who were Hying to Kuala Lumpur in a specially...  (144 words)
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  • DEATH: HE HAD ONE BULLET [Articles]
    DEATH: HE HAD ONE BULLET JOHORE BAHRU. Bun. A MAN who was found with a round of ammunition in the Jungle said at the Assizes that he was using It as a weight for his fishing md. The man. Soong Tal. was sentenced to death by Mr. Justice Storr for...  (104 words)
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  • S.C. helped a prisoner [Articles]
    S.C. helped a prisoner RAUB. Sun— Ooh Man Chit, a 19-year-old Special Constable attached to the Raub Police Station, was fined $90 in the Raub sessions court yesterda> when he pleaded Ruiltv to charges of conveying letters from a DrLsoner to his son.  (43 words)
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  • No hitches with VHF radio [Articles]
    No hitches with VHF radio AM ALAYAN radio listeners yesterday had their first taste of Radio Malaya's Very High Frequency link of programmes between Singapore. Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Malacca. I They heard the first V.H.F. programme, "Breakfast Club." at 9 a.m. The introduction of V.H.F. is aimed to give...  (186 words)
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  • They sold fake 'pep' tablets [Articles]
    They sold fake 'pep' tablets RAUB. Sun. FUR local businessmen were each fined $100, or one month's gaol by the President of the Raub Session Court Mr. J S Whimster. yesterday, for selling fake multi-vitamin tablets. Chone Tham Slew. Ho Chee Myen, Abdul Majid and Wong Sin Scone each sold...  (147 words)
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  • Big new airport ready by June [Articles]
    Big new airport ready by June IyORK on Singapore's TT new multi million dollar international airport at Paya Lebar is making "excellent progross" and the airport should be ready for use by June next year, the superintending engineer. Mr J. J. Bryan, said yesterday. What will eventually be one nf...  (204 words)
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  • Salute to the few—but privately [Articles]
    Salute to the few but privately rpHE 14th anniversary of th« 1 Battle of Britain— Sept. 15 will be "celebrated" in Malaya this year and not "observed" as previously done. On Wednesday there will be a ceremonial parade at R.A.F. Changi at 8 a.m. in which various contingents from R.A»F....  (100 words)
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      Fit INDIA the Cool Running Tyres Cool running Is the key to greater mileage. By vulcanising (or curing) India tyres at lowtr temperatures and employing advanced rubber compounding techniques, India ensure the coolest running possible thus giving the bonus ol letter mileage In greater safety. X ssto}^  (47 words)
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      DouM.-d«k«l"«rato" Clippers' to SAN FRANCISCO I Connecting flipper service via Manila 2 flights weekly M !£u Lumpur P.n»B WOtLDS MOST Pan American \m xWmSßßmmk ™J whole kernel Vtllf 'llllT^v /V, \\LJ*UMMJ J '~fc. nFN w* sjCrl/l Buy wt'se/y flay for f favour .^K^V. Sales Distributors: I I (MEWWAUGHt? 0 W...  (141 words)
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      The weather MINIMI M 1 I Mil I, I I Kl (7.30 pm. on 8ept. H to 7.30 a.m. on Sept. 12): sin^itiMU'e 75. Penang 75. Kola Bh«ru 73. Kualu I.umpur 71. Ipoh 71, Kuantan 68 MAXIMUM I 7MPKK \TIKi: (7.3(1 am. to 7.30 pin on Sept. 12) .Singapore 89...  (138 words)
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  • World situation keeps up rubber price [Articles]
    World situation keeps up rubber price COMMODITY REVMEW TIN STAYS STEADY BY OUR MARKET CORRESPONDENT rpHE main feature on the Singapore rubber market last week was the rise in price above the 70 cents level on Thursday because of the generally unsettled international situation and good trade demand. This demand...  (933 words)
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  • SINGAPORE SHARE LIST [Articles]
    SINGAPORE SHARE LIST rE Singapore members of the Malayan Share Brokers' Association Issued the following revised list of quotations after their last meeting on Friday:— Buyers Sellers Alrx BrWkl Prrf 200 2 10 Ords 170 300 Atlas Ice 12 25 13 88. Petrol 32 8 33 B M. Trustees 850...  (944 words)
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  • EXCHANGE RATES [Articles]
    EXCHANGE RATES The Malayan Exchange Banks Association made the following changes In its rates to rmrchanU on Saturday: anada: buying. T.T. 31 T i. airmail. O.D. 32, 90 days 32 credit bills. 32 5/16 trade bills; selling. T.T. or OD 31 9/16 ready.  (43 words)
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  • RUBBER CROPS [Articles]
    RUBBER CROPS August rubber crops Announced are: Allenby 33.500 lb Benta 72.000 II) Jeram 48.000 lb Kundonc 38.000 lb MenUkab 83.000 lb.; Sunjel lU*an 134.000 lb.. T.njonf Pau 60.000 lb Bakit Katll 32.004 lb.; Ayer Mokk 33.040 lb.; United Malacca 130,340 lb.  (42 words)
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  • BUSINESS DONE [Articles]
    BUSINESS DONE rE following business done In the Singapore Share Market was reported by one firm of brokers for the period September 4 to Sept%mbfr 10: INDI'STRIALS: Consolidated Tin Smelters Ords. 28s. 3d. Eastern United Assurance $36 V Fraser Neave Ords $2 to 12 02. Fraser Neave Prefs. $6 60....  (412 words)
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  • DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [Articles]
    DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED n "'"""d In ,7' It, drnd of s r year ended j Payab, v, U ,C t $l dend ..r 5 *ni. shar,. 1.-s, Books l lose OrlM. TKONO,, M?s*7U An Interim d,," 1 Is per share. l^U *in h yar ending l»., riy ,V »M. Payable ta^...  (243 words)
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  • Interest is centred on industrials [Articles]
    Interest is centred on industrials SHARK MMlkhl IttVIIW rjEMAND for select industrial shares am undertone of this section was tho main the Singapore Share Market lavas again influenced by the Increasing between Formosa and Red China. There was however no spectacular rise in prices and the b< st appreciation was...  (238 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS NOTICES APPLICATIONS arf Invited for the Post, ol Lady Supervisor. Malay j Schools SHanjror (.Coast >. Selangor; State Education Department. B and Cost of Living Allowance as for NormsJ Class Trained Teacher In Kngllsh Schools (Basic $216x59 fiO 1331 348x»XXXXX2> plus nonPonMonable Allowance of $30 Per Qualification!;: Normal...  (541 words)
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      NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that Lai Yew Meng. formerly salesman In our Kuala Lumpur office, has left our employment, and has no authority to transact business or to collect money on our behalf. SANDILANDS BUTTERY CO.. LTD. NOTICE CENTRAL ELECTRICITY BOARD of the lEDKRATION OF MALAYA With effect from...  (640 words)
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      NOTICES MEDICAL DEPARTMENT FEDERATION OF MALAYA The Director of Medical Services. Federation of Malaya Invites ftppHratlons for several posts as Dental Officers In the Federation of Malaya, i Further details obtainable from j Director of Medical Service.'. Office. I Federal House. Kuala Lumpur. POLICE TENDER NOTICE Separate tenders which will...  (160 words)
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      TE^ P.W.D. TENDER NOTICE TENDERB will be received by the State Engineer, Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, on 21st September, 1954 for Construction of 6 units Class G' Quarters for Police at Pulau Ketam. Full particulars may be obtained from the Office of the Sen: Executive Engineer, Klang. during normal working hours....  (679 words)
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      MANSFIELD tSc CO., LTD. M»m (Incorporated in Singapore) (1 BLUE FUNNEL LINE J.'pt" »ntion to proceed via other porti 0 load anil Mm s> OVIRPOOI, GLASGOW. LONDON, Co'nt.n'e'ntVl* PoV?? S-"» P. S'Ksm P9nan9 G. 1/2 Sept 1J $9pt u/u Sept 11 Sept 17 a/l .r-pool **P' 18/19 Sep, 2S Oct...  (1029 words)
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      EAST ASIATIC LINES SAILINGS TO CONTINENT/SCANDINAVIA Tor Aden, Port Said, Genoa, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Hamburg, Gdynia, Copenhagen, Gothenburg A Otlo .1 ..■•>,.„ Spore P. Sham Penang J A y A 11/21 Sept 22/21 Sept ERRIA" 17/18 Scat SONGKHLA" 22/27 Sept 28/28 Sept 29/10 Sept »«x) KINA" 24 Sept/ 1 Oct xx.x,...  (1200 words)
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      K NS THE BEN LINE STEAMERS LTD. SINGAPORE (Incoiporoted in the United Kinodom) s LINES SAILINGS TO U.K. ond CONTININTAL PORTS Spore P S'fvwn Penong Benvennoch for Avonmouth, London, Hull In Pert IS Sept B.nattow for Liverpool, Glotgow, Hamburg 14/22 Sept 21/24 Sept 2S/24 Sept Benerty for Havre. London, Newcastle,...  (1060 words)
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      MoALISTER tic CO., LTD. TIL: No XXXXX BLLBAMAM 4k BUCKNALL KLAVENESS LINE LONDON. HAVRE, ROTTIRDAM, LOS ANGILES, SAN FRANCISCO. HAMBURG ft HULL PORTLAND, SEATTLE ft VANCOUVER ond for U.S.A., North Atlontic Portt Accepting cargo for Centre! ft Sawtfc ond Conoda via Colombo American Pert* CITY Of POONA FRANCISVILLI S pore...  (1240 words)
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  • BRIDGE [Articles]
    BRIDGE Kenneth Konstam ll* rjiHERK seems to be a uniA renaJ dLsllke for playing name contracts with seven trumps divided four and three, and in almost every system care is taken to avoid thii supposedly unhappy final contract. Statistics, however, dispute the accuracy of this analysis; for it will be...  (375 words)
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  • Two aspects of Malaya' s war against the Reds [Articles]
    Two aspects o f Malaya' s war against the Reds Allington Kennard By MENACE IN MALAYA. By Harry Miller. (Harrap, lss.) REPORT FROM MALAYA. By Vcrnon BarHetr. (Verschoyle 10s. 6d.) JUST over a hundred J years ago a small British force fought a band of ill-armed men in a corner...  (1287 words)
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  • Is that REALLY Winston's nephew, asked the Nazi [Articles]
    Is that REALLY Winston's nephew, asked the Nazi George Malcolm Thomson By THE PRIVILEGED NIGHTMARE. By Giles Komilly and Michael Alexander. iWiedenfeld and Nicholson. 12s. 6d). TIIK Nephews were set ■part tram the other prisoners <>t war in CoWilz Castle. They had ;i room of their own. They *i 1...  (632 words)
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      mtiMMMMMrt PAY! (s^l H LEONORA Iv UTUr Aaa.- U^ 9 3o Rrm, in THE QUEEN OF SHprh, uprns John W'avnT "M I -To-morrow! "THE HKill i,,. i![Nnr¥^i ii Win A Breath Taking UfljlO HftNu insiine wwir i Drama! C*RLABALENDAELLIOTTDciJi V s ia iSI^_IEXTCHANGE hhhhhhV^* LAST 4 SHOWS TOD Ayr^! AUC...  (342 words)
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  • WOLVES TAKE LEAD ON GOAL [Articles]
    WOLVES TAKE LEAD ON GOAL AVERAGE West Bromwich outclass Preston Sth."^"/^" 18 CI T lton ycslerd^ they "orinl in 1^ Jeraard maintained his record of S^a^fK&, C t t lnß ne f the three Coventry, Queens park RanRrrs. Bristol City. Bradford City and Scunthorpe were other teams to remain unbratrn....  (633 words)
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  • Compton tops the batting [Articles]
    Compton tops the batting i :iON. 9un. tha EnglLsh f rlos«d <: games forquay show and bowling BATTING i RUDI Inns Aye > na m«2 57. SJ /IT I 0 n.o 5168 IM no St 30 H 111 no SOOJ l I9S 4»0» M :20 42 36 M 41 18...  (103 words)
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  • NSCRC TITLE [Articles]
    NSCRC TITLE IFone Yinc retained -he -r.» Recreation rhamf.i'ed Abdullah I 6-2. 4-6, 6-4  (14 words)
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  • MARY DOES THE 100 IN 11.4 SEC. [Articles]
    MARY DOES THE 100 IN 11.4 SEC. 'THE Singapore girl sprint champion. 19-year-old Mary Kla&s Put up a time of 114 seconds for i tne 100 yard* yesterday at the Singapore Recreation Club sports 1 held on the padang. This is .3 second better than the i an recoid time...  (315 words)
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  • INDIANS AND CHANGI DRA W [Articles]
    INDIANS AND CHANGI DRA W INDIAN Association were unlucky I to drop a point in their openinj: senior hookey leacue fixture against RAF. Changi at Changl yesterday. The scorp was 1-1. Indinn.s had a good first half In whir-h they took the lead when Rajendra opened sroring after going through...  (83 words)
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  • CAMB CREW ARE BEATEN IN JAPAN [Articles]
    CAMB CREW ARE BEATEN IN JAPAN TOKYO. Sun Cambridge University's <iKht-oar crew failed !o qualiry for Ihe final of the allJapan championship regatta today when they were beaten by a slronx Hokkaido University ere* by two .1 h;ih hiict'.is In the seml;"in.ils UP.  (43 words)
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  • Golden Lotus may score Cup 'double' on present form [Articles]
    Golden Lotus may score Cup 'double on present form EPSOM JEEP By rj OLDEN LOTl'S' chances of winning his second Gold Cup seem bright after his smashing victory In the C up "trial" at Bukit Timah on Saturday. This Irish-bird flve-year old by The Bug triumphed In the Selangor Gold...  (265 words)
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  • Century by Dearman in Gandhi Cup [Articles]
    Century by Dearman in Gandhi Cup "yOUNO P.O. Dearman -orcd a A farewell century In the annual Gandhi Cup cricket fixture at Changi yesterday when R.A.F. Singapore beat Indian Association by 145 runs. Dearman. who piayed for the Colony against Jonore. hit a brilliant 101 in his last match here....  (271 words)
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  • DOUBLES TITLE [Articles]
    DOUBLES TITLE N K. Devan iACSi and C. T Ma thews (SICi won the Singapore schoolboys doubles badminton title at the Badminton Hall on Saturday night oy bPatlng Maurice Khoo and Lanny Khoo cSASi 13-18. 17-16, 15-3 in the final.  (40 words)
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  • CUP TRIAL FINISH [Articles + Illustrations]
    CUP TRIAL FINISH THREE outsiders Golden Lotus, Bandoola and Blue Lamp and the top weight. Cinema 11, dominated the finish of the "Gold Cup trial" i ßace Six) over a mile at Bukit Timah on Saturday. Gulden Lotus, with Mitchell astride, is seen winning the race from the fast-finishing Bandoola...  (68 words)
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  • FIRST MALAYAN SUCCESS & $226 [Articles + Illustrations]
    FIRST MALAYAN SUCCESS $226 PADI STORE (Mitchell) Is led in by Mr. S. W. Kirn after winning Rare 2 at Bukit Timah on Saturday. Padi Store paid S'"6 and gave Australian jo< key Kevin Mitchell his flrst victory on the Malayan turf. Straits Times picture.  (45 words)
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  • NEVER SAY DIE BY 12 LENGTHS [Articles]
    NEVER SAY DIE BY 12 LENGTHS Doncaster St. Leger uu.\tAsitn, sunaay. !%f K. KOBEKT Sterling Clark's Never Say Die won the ITI St. Leger Stakes yesterday to become the first American owned and bred horse since 1881 to take both the Derby and St. Leger prizes in the same year....  (345 words)
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  • Rajaji win 2-1 [Articles]
    Rajaji win 2-1 RAJAJI B.C. beat Stnr Soccerltcs 2 l in h friendly soccer mutch played at Farrer Park yesterday. Rajaji's scorer.s were G. Marimuthu and R. 8. Maniam. Saad replied for the SoccerlteK.  (34 words)
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      I aaaaaT^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^aaaaaaaaaß^l^r^^^^^^B I MM XXV LEAGUE DIV. 1: Polirr v B.C.R.C. at Polire Depot; S.R.C. v l.allfT Wanrlnrrs at S.R.C. PIV. 2: S ROD v BODCA at 3 BOD; Khalsa v Dockyard at Khalsa. DIV. .1 A. .Custom* v sHb Notice at 8.H.8. DIV. 3B: Ceylon B.C. v P.W.D. C.B.C....  (72 words)
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      STORE WEIGHTS WEIGHTS for I Sudan gOO Olympic 8.11 TT elitht race* on Majestas 8.»0 Chntnut g.ll Wrdnrsday, second Individuality 7.13 Marvel of Peru 8.10 day of thr Singaporr Kabaka 7.11 Hon. >vi bright S.ti'j Turf Club Gold Cup Onr Three One 7.1J Ascot 8.09 Meeting, are: Walkiki 7.11 Bobintorth...  (471 words)
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      GET YOUR ENTRY IN FOR THE MALAYAN MONTHLY $20,000 MUST- BE WON WORD PUZZLE *B. GET YOUR POSTAL ORDER NOW. i MUST BE aalw Straits TlLsl MONDAY j WORD PUZZLE "SS" Cut out and pin with other coupont. Petting imtructions appear btlow. a j Name I Aidreu 1 I n...  (403 words)
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  • MCFA pick MacLaren for tour [Articles]
    MCFA pick MacLaren for tour KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. fWENTY players have been chosen by the Malayan Chinese Football Association to tour Hong Kong, Macao and Rangoon. They will leave Singapore by air on Sept. 30. The team Includes Penan<? goalkeeper Dave MacLaren and two Singapore Malay stars, Awang Bakar and...  (223 words)
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  • 'Mystery' goal and Dave frustrated Singapore [Articles + Illustrations]
    'Mystery' goal and Dave frustrated Singapore NORMAN SIEBEL MALAYA CUP FINAL VERDicr By NO EXCUSES. THE BETTER TEAM WON THAT IS WHAT THE MEMBERS OF SINGAPORE'S BEATEN MALAYA CUP FOOTBALL TEAM, OFFICIALS AND SUPPORTERS ARE SAYING ABOUT SATURDAY'S CUP FINAL WHICH PENANG WON BY THREE GOALS TO NIL AT PRINCES...  (434 words)
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  • Tay Lian Teck Shield teams [Articles]
    Tay Lian Teck Shield teams KUALA LDMPUH Sun— The annual Malayan Chinese Football Association s North versuo South soccer match for the Tay Lian Teck Shield will be played in Singapore on Sept. 19. The teams are: North: Tan Swee Hock tPg>. Lee Sal Chong (Pk). Tang Cheok Poo (Seh;...  (123 words)
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  • FED. TEAM v. SINGAPORE [Articles]
    FED. TEAM v. SINGAPORE KUALA LUMPUR. Sun— The Federation XI to play Singapore for the Sport.<>m.in '.< Trophy at Jalan Be--1 sar stadium. Singapore, next Saturday is: Dave MacLaren iPen. 1111; >: Lee Sal Chong iPerak>. Tang Cheok Koo (Seh: Mok Wai Horn: iNS. YapHln Hean (PR). P. Rozario (Sel';...  (82 words)
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  • DROBNY UPSET IN VENICE S-FINALS [Articles]
    DROBNY UPSET IN VENICE S-FINALS VENICE. Sun. A relatively unknown Italian tumi.s pl.iver 1 yesterday upset Wimbledon champion Jaroslav Drobny in Hrn semi-finals of the Venice International tourney. Giuseppe Merlo defeated Drobny. 5-7. 6-4. 6-2. In the other srmi-flnal. Fausto Gardlnl. Italy's No. 1 player, defeated Denmark's Kur*. Nielsen 6-2,...  (52 words)
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  • R.I. SWIM GALA [Articles]
    R.I. SWIM GALA The 11th annual swimming carnival of Raffles Institution wIU be held at Chinese Swimming Club's New Pool at 2 p.m. on Thursday. The event for old boys It a M metrw free style.  (36 words)
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  • A MAN WITH NO NERVES [Articles]
    A MAN WITH NO NERVES MacLaren has no nerves I saw him at his hotel on the morning of tne final, happy, carefree and prancins around with all the exuberance of his 20 years to the music from a juke-box. He was still In the high s plrtts when the...  (377 words)
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  • RUGBY RESULTS [Articles]
    RUGBY RESULTS LONDON. Sun. Rugby Union results in Britain yesterday were: Bedford 21 Metropolitan Police 8: Cheltenham 3 Stroud 0 Exeter 1 1 Blackheath 0; Gloucester 11 Lydney 0; Gosforth 9 Harlequins 35: Headlngley 9 Halifax 11: Leicester 5 Bath 3; Llanelly 14 Northampton 8: Moeeley 3 Coventry 22; Neath...  (208 words)
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  • NORTH REPEAT WIN OVER SOUTH [Articles]
    NORTH REPEAT WIN OVER SOUTH KIALA LI Win R sunday IYAVID MacLaren. Penangs hero in esterdi* 11 Malaya Cup final, confirmed he is Malaya sfa goalkeeper this season when he gave another sp ari ling display today in helping North to repeat 1 >ear's victory over South, this time by...  (364 words)
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