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The Straits Times, 9 June 1956

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    AVERAGE OAJLY jLHII I 1 I K-li I, E EXCEEDS 0 O I l f'"< i in v The Straits Times Nat** 01 Estd. 1845. SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1956 15 CENTS  (32 words)
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  • SAME TEAM-GAME GOES ON [Articles]
    SAME TEAM-GAME GOES ON Mr. Lim takes over— all the old faces are there except Mr. Marshall 'Up to London to kick the ball to us' roi I! hours after Mi. Lira Vow H k w.is sworn in ;is n 's new Chief Minister yesterday, tercd his canembers around mil...  (665 words)
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  • THE NEW CABINET WITH SIR ROBERT [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE NEW CABINET WITH SIR ROBERT TIIK GOVERNOR, Sir Robert Black. and "old" members of Singapore's new 1.-ilmur Front Coalition VJovernment photographed outside Govern ment House yesterday. On Sir Robert's left is Sinjja- i pore's new Chief Minister and Minister for Labour Welfare, Mr. Lim Yew ilock. Picture shows (see...  (169 words)
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  • ALLIANCE TO HOLD TALKS WITH NEW GOVT. SOON [Articles]
    ALLIANCE TO HOLD TALKS WITH NEW GOVT. SOON KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. ALLIANCE ministers are to confer soon with the new Singapore Government. The talks will probably be held in Singapore. The Federation Chief Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, said today that the Alliance would continup to work with the Labour Front....  (207 words)
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  • Menon visits Lennox Boyd [Articles]
    Menon visits Lennox Boyd LONDON. Fri- -Mr. V. K Krishna Menon. India s Minister without Portfolio, callea on Mi Aian Lennox Boyri. British Colonial Secretary, here today. The Indian Minister will leave here by air on Sunday lor New York for meetings of the United Nations Trusteeship Council.— Reuter.  (49 words)
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  • TOWNSEND TO RETURN TO MALAYA [Articles]
    TOWNSEND TO RETURN TO MALAYA From HALL ROMNEY LONDON, Fri. pROUP CAPTAIN Peter Townsend whose name was romantically linked with that of Princess Margaret until she said that she had decided not lo marry him, plans to return to Malaya where he served more than 20 years ago. But it...  (225 words)
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  • Three men stabbed in bar brawl [Articles]
    Three men stabbed in bar brawl CROWD LETS MAN WITH KNIFE GO A LARGE CROWD last night watched in stunned A silence as a man calmly walked away with a blood-stained knife after a triple stabbing in Upper Hokkien Street, Singapore. One of the victims staggered towards the Central Police...  (259 words)
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  • 1795193 wins that $350,000 [Articles]
    XXXXX93 wins that $350,000 JKEMAMAN. Fri. A Johore ticket No. XXXXX93 won the first price of $350,00* in the 38th Social and Welfare Services Lottery drawn here today. Both the second and third prizes went to Perak. The second prize ($125,--006) was won by ticket No. XXXXX70 and the third...  (60 words)
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  • Ike is ill again [Articles]
    Ike is ill again WASHINGTON, Fri. President Eisenhower cancelled all engagements today because of an upset stomach and headache. But a White House spokesman said there was nothing wrong with the Presidents heart. This illness is the first Mr. Eisenhower has had which has required the attendance !of a doctor...  (55 words)
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  • Peking offer [Articles]
    Peking offer NEW YORK, Frl. The National Student Association has received an invitation to send a 15-member delegation to tour Communist China.— A. P.  (24 words)
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  • Mid-air crash [Articles]
    Mid-air crash OKINAWA. Fri Two United States Sabrejets collided in mid-air here today. Both pilots were killed. U.P.  (18 words)
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  • Shep for Cairo [Articles]
    Shep for Cairo CAIRO, Fri. Russia's new Foreign Minister, Mr. D.T. Shepilov will visit Egypt next week to attend celebrations marking the end of British occupation of the Suez Canal zone. U.P.  (32 words)
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  • Mollet survives [Articles]
    Mollet survives PARIS. Fri.— Mr. Guy Mollet won a vital confidence vote in the Assembly today on his old-age pensions bill. Reuter.  (22 words)
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  • SOEKARNO'S SING-SONG [Articles]
    SOEKARNO'S SING-SONG 1 Tuneful meeting with children pHALK RIVER, Ontario, Fri. \j President So»karno of Indonesia celebrated his 55th birthday here yesterday singing songs with Canadian schoolchildren. He met the children during an inspection of Canada's Chalk River atomic power project. However, he spent more time with the youngsters than...  (155 words)
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  • Sweden greets the Queen [Articles]
    Sweden greets the Queen I STOCKHOLM. Frl. Wild- 1 ly-cheeriiiß crowds iining the i waterfront here today greetjed the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh when they •topped ashore to begin a I state visit. I A salute of 21 guns from I coastal batteries and a Swedish cruiser boomed...  (81 words)
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  • FOUR COLONY SCHOOLS ON BLACK LIST [Articles]
    FOUR COLONY SCHOOLS ON BLACK LIST 'No permit, no entry 9 order out KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. JHE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, Mr.W. L. K. Carbonell, today banned the entry into the Federation in groups of more than five of students from four Singapore Chinese Middle Schools. They will hive to get...  (334 words)
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  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
    STOP PRESS FISKNHOWER GOBS TO HOSPITAL WASHINGTON. Fri. President Kisi-nliower is to be admitted to hospital immediately with an inflammation of small intestine. the White House announced. (See This Paj;c).  (30 words)
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  • More pay plea by M.P.s [Articles]
    More pay plea by M.P.s LONDON, Fri. Opposition leaders in the House of Commons today urged Sir Anthony Eden to agree to more pay for British M.P.s. They said their £1.000 a year salary and £2 daily allowance was not enough to make ends meet.— A. P  (47 words)
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  • Consul's death: Man charged [Articles]
    Consul's death: Man charged MANILA. Frl.— Juan Godinez a Chancellor of the Spanish Consulate here was charged yesterday, with the murder of the acting Consul, Senor Horenclo Millareulo, who died on May 4 after a shooting incident at the consulate. Godinez previously said the shooting was an accident.  (48 words)
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  • Tin pact talks [Articles]
    Tin pact talks LONDON, Fri. The British Government has called a meeting of all countries ratifying International Tin Agreement to be held here on June 29. Reuter.  (27 words)
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • Sea survival [Articles]
    Sea survival CALCUTTA. Fri. One of the six survivors of 202 t>eople aboard the ill-fated .steamer "Badora" swam 38 hours, before he was picked up by fishermen yesterday.—  (28 words)
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  • Toots warning [Articles]
    Toots warning VIRGINIA, Fri. Enginedriver W. E. Mitchell woke a sleeping family with several blasts of his train whistle when he saw that their home, near the railway line, was ablaze. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Painter and their 14--month-old child escaped, but their home was destroyed. Reuter.  (47 words)
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  • Firm refused to pay Lady Docker's £8,000 dress bill [Articles + Illustrations]
    Firm refused to pay Lady Docker's £8,000 dress bill SHE'S 'FURIOUS 9 BECAUSE HER HUSBAND WAS SACKED T ONDON, Fri. An £8.000 bill for dresses and furs for Lady Docker was one of the things that sparked the row in the B. S. A. Company and led to the sacking...  (382 words)
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  • Dying Japanese doctor dictates symptoms of penicillin poisoning [Articles]
    Dying Japanese doctor dictates symptoms of penicillin poisoning TOKYO, Fri. A Japanese doctor spent the last hour of hU life yesterday dictating his dying symptoms of penicillin poisoning after self-administration of a drug compound he hoped would save hundreds of lives a year. Authorities at Sunagawa hospital said that chief...  (155 words)
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  • Mae West silent as muscle men mix [Articles]
    Mae West silent as muscle men mix 'MR. UNIVERSE* OUT FOR THE COUNT WASHINGTON, Fri. "Mr. Universe," sporting a black eye and limping, yesterday filed assault charges against a fellow muscle man who knocked him out in Mac West's dressing room. Mickey Hargitay, Budapestborn weight lifter who came to the...  (225 words)
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  • Four dare the 'abominable snowland' [Articles]
    Four dare the 'abominable snowland' ONE OF THEM IS A WOMAN I ONDON, Fri. Four young Britons, including a married couple, are setting out from here soon to conquer a 22,000-ft. peak in the "Abominable Snowman" country of the Himalaya's and to carry out medical tests on themselves as they...  (210 words)
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  • 'HOT SPOT' ADEN GETS NEW BOSS [Articles]
    'HOT SPOT' ADEN GETS NEW BOSS LONDON, Friday. ¥>RITAIN today announced a new governor for 13 the colony of Aden, latest trouble-spot of the Middle East. I He is Sir William Luce, aged 48, who was constitutional adviser to the Gover-nor-General of the Sudan until recently. He will succeed Sir...  (86 words)
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  • Truman visit [Articles]
    Truman visit PARIS, Fri. Mr. Harry Truman, arrived here today from Germany for a five -day visit.— Reuter.  (18 words)
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  • 200 m. Russians [Articles]
    200 m. Russians MOSCOW, Fri. Russia has nearly two hundred and a quarter million people and the population is increasing at a rate of over three million a year.— A.P.  (30 words)
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  • Gaza tension [Articles]
    Gaza tension GAZA, Fri. Egypt charged that an Israeli patrol opened fire yesterday on Egypt positions near Rafah, a town close to the Israeli border.— U.P.  (26 words)
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  • US gift to benefit English racing [Articles]
    US gift to benefit English racing LONDON. Fri.— Never Say Die. winner of the 1954 Derby and St. Lecer, has been given to the National Stud by bis American owner Mr. Robert Sterling Clark, 80. The rift is estimated to be worth over 100,000 The aim Is to benefit English...  (131 words)
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  • Comet back [Articles]
    Comet back LONDON, m.— The Comet II Jetliner an advanced version of the ill-fated plane abandoned after a series of crashes In 1954— was certified airworthy yesterday. It will be used by the R.A.F.— A.P.  (35 words)
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  • Shrimps galore [Articles]
    Shrimps galore NEW DELHI. Fri.— A fisherman has discovered a huge shrimp ground extending 140 miles along India's Malabar Coast.— A.P.  (21 words)
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  • End of martial law in Egypt [Articles]
    End of martial law in Egypt CAIRO, Fri. The Prime Minister. Col Nasser will abolish martial law on June 19, the day of the final evacuation of British troops from Egypt. Martial law has been in effect in Egypt since January, 1952. U.P.  (43 words)
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  • The prince-size puff [Articles]
    The prince-size puff BERLIN, Pri. East Germany has reversed the trend toward king-sized cigarettes, it is now making a midget cigarette for people who want Just a lew puffs. A state-owned cigarette factory at Dresden announced the new size of less than two inches yesterday. The regular size is three...  (53 words)
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  • LONDON LOVES THE BAND [Articles]
    LONDON LOVES THE BAND Especially Pakistani pipers From HARRY MILLER LONDON, Friday. THE Federation's police band made a thrilling 1 debut on Wednesday night in the Royal Tournament here. r People are talking about the stirring performance of the smart bandsmen in their white uniforms and blue sarongs. A London...  (195 words)
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  • 'ROBOT" ROW: a PLEA TO GOVT [Articles]
    'ROBOT" ROW: a PLEA TO GOVT London. Fr; lan M UterofL a request union chiefs night to brin R to bear on thp et Motor C« is sacking 2 600 tomation. l by Ton leadi i concerns "automal called on after notices for redundant The union ri that ther of...  (137 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Incompatibility: $6m. [Articles + Illustrations]
    Incompatibility: $6m. i^; lim l i ii iiii ""''''^»..M.,M,,, MI MnMMM mmill m THE DREAM IS OVER BUT THE ALIMONY LINGERS ON I r/URICH. Fri. The =/> dream' marriage ii-born ex-Dior r 1 Nina Dyer and Henry von ThysOennan steel, md shipping mul.mUllonalre is over. certainly leaves a trace of...  (326 words)
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  • Abdel captured at last [Articles]
    Abdel captured at last COMMANDOS DRIVE BACK REBELS IN ALGIERS ALGIERS, Friday. i\(H warships patrolled the Algerian coast west of Oran today as tanks, infantry and heli-r-nnrne commandos drove 20 rebel bands into inking pocket of mountain country by the sea istantine a French patrol yesterday cap-issfM-idiiic Abdelhamed. leader of...  (200 words)
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  • Greece tells Nehru: Visit us [Articles]
    Greece tells Nehru: Visit us ATHENS. Fri. The Greek Government has extended an open invitation to the Indian Premier. Mr. Nehru to pay an official visit to Greece, the newlyappointed Indian Ambassador to Athens. Mr. John Thivy. said today. Mr. Thivy told reporters he could not define India's policy to...  (85 words)
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  • Bride takes own ring [Articles]
    Bride takes own ring LONDON, Fri. A 26--year-old bride-to-be left here last night on her way to be married carrying not only the wedding cakebut the ring as well. Hazrl Andres, a dancing teacher, is being married on lonely Ascension Island, mid-way between Africa and South America, where there are...  (117 words)
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  • HIGH JINKS ON THE LINKS [Articles + Illustrations]
    HIGH JINKS ON THE LINKS SHOWGIRL Avril Leslie adds a touch of glamour to Clacton golf course during the annual British variety artists' championships. She was one of 20 "radiettes" at the tournament. Reuter picture.  (35 words)
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  • Lion victim dies [Articles]
    Lion victim dies LONDON. Fri.— Tony Murphy. 10-year old boy mauled by a lion at Whipsnade Zoo, died in hospital last night.  (22 words)
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  • Paris visit [Articles]
    Paris visit PARIS, Fri. Mr. Georgi Malenkov, former Soviet Premier, will visit France soon. The date of the visit has not yet been set.— A .p.  (26 words)
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  • Dress show [Articles]
    Dress show MOSCOW. Fri. Six British mannequins arrived today to give a three-week show of British fashions.— Reuter.  (18 words)
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  • IKE UNABLE TO STOP FOREIGN AID SLASH [Articles]
    IKE UNABLE TO STOP FOREIGN AID SLASH WASHINGTON, Friday. A PERSONAL appeal by President Eisenhower to restore a suggested $1,109 million cut in the foreign aid programme was turned down last night by the House of Representatives. The vote of 192 to 112 was specifically to reject a move to...  (301 words)
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  • The Soviet fist is feared—Bulganin [Articles]
    The Soviet fist is feared— Bulganin TITO LISTENS— U.S. FROWNS LENINGRAD, Friday. gOVIET Premier Marshal Bulganin yesterday told 12,000 Leningrad factory workers gathered to greet touring Yugoslav President Tito: "Our party and government are doing their best to avoid war and live in peace and happiness. But we are doing...  (189 words)
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  • Election shock for Tories [Articles]
    Election shock for Tories LONDON. Fri.— Sir Anthony Eden's Government received a shock today when in a parliamentary by-election at Tonbridge. Kent, a Conservative stronghold, the Government candidate's majority was slashed from more than 10.000 votes to 1,682. The result was: Mr. R. Hornby. Conservative 20 515Mr. R. L. Fagg....  (53 words)
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  • Cable flashes

    • KREMLIN SENDS IKE NEW NOTE [Articles]
      KREMLIN SENDS IKE NEW NOTE WASHINGTON, Fri. Marshal Nikolai Bulganin, the Soviet Prime Minister, yesterday sent a new note to President Eisenhower. It was handed over by Mr. Georgi Zarubin, the Soviet Ambassador. He declined to hint at the contpnts when reporters questioned him. But he said the text would...  (73 words)
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    • Untitled [Articles]
      caste a punishable offence Reuter. COLOMBO: The Ceylon Government is to put forward legislation to make discrimination based on  (19 words)
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      PITTSBURGH: An airliner caught fire when its landing gear collapsed at the airport here. Six people were injured. U.P.  (19 words)
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    • Untitled [Articles]
      CALCUTTA: Floods in Agartala submerged nearly 10.000 houses and killed 16 people.— U.P.  (13 words)
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      CAIRO: Two British missionaries were expelled from Egypt on charges of teaching the Christian faith to Moslem children. U.P.  (19 words)
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      remove all books or maps containing any reference to Israel.— UP DAMASCUS: Syria has asked the United States Information Centre here to  (22 words)
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  • LONDON STOCKS [Articles]
    LONDON STOCKS LONDON, Fri. I Closing middle prices of selected I stocks not Including stamp duty were: LOAMS Console £53 Funding 1% £89. War 3*% £72 BANKS Mercantile <£i2'i) £4 Eastern (£5) n\ Chartered (£5) 35/9 Hongkong ($125) £90', INSURANCE Com. Un. <uts.) 86/7' i -f/6 Royal 83/10S -r/3 Prudential...  (239 words)
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  • TIN [Articles]
    TIN LONDON. Jun« 8. Cash Buyers £734; Sellers £736; Forward Buyers £732; Sellers £733, Settlement £736; Turnover, am 53 tons, p.m. 90.  (22 words)
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  • RUBBER [Articles]
    RUBBER LONDON June B.— Spot 24' 4 d., July Bept. 24d.. Oct.-Dec. 23' s d., Jan.-Mar. 23>«d.. April-J\in--23d.. June c.t.f. 24 id., July c.i.f. 23\d. Tone: Easy after firm.  (29 words)
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  • The double life of a wife [Articles]
    The double life of a wife HUSBAND WHO TURNED DETECTIVE TELLS THE CORONER OF- 'SHE LIVED WITH A MAN IN ANOTHER PART OF TOWN AND DIED OF POISON' A BUS CONDUCTOR, Peck Tien See, 27, turned detective when his wife, who went out to work, did not return home in...  (457 words)
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  • MAN. 25 ADMITS $50,000 -FRAUD [Articles]
    MAN. 25 ADMITS $50,000 -FRAUD PENANG. Fri— A salesman and bill collector, Khoo Keng Yang, 25, today pleaded guilty to criminal breach of trust of $50,033 belonging to his firm, the Borneo-Sumatra Trading Co. The Sessions Court President. Mr. B. J. Jennings, deferred sentence to June 15. A.S.P. Joginder Singh...  (97 words)
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  • Off for Film Festival [Articles]
    Off for Film Festival Mr. Run Run Shaw and Mr. J. A Sharp left Singapore by air yesterday for Hong Kong to attend the third South-East Asia Film Festival opening on Tuesday. Two Malay films in colour produced by Mr. Shaw have been entered. They are "Hang Tuah" and "Si-Merah...  (51 words)
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  • Farmer stabbed in back [Articles]
    Farmer stabbed in back A farmer. Tan Song Kau. 26. was found stabbed in the back at his farm in Bukit Panjang. Singapore, yesterday morning. He was wounded during an argument with a farm worker. Tan was treated at the General Hospital and allowed to go home.  (47 words)
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  • Second man on murder charge [Articles]
    Second man on murder charge A second man was charged in Singapore yesterday with the murder of a shopkeeper. Lazar Marakkapakath Abdullah Kunjl, at Kampong Alexandra on Wednesday night. Ma<hdi bin Ismoon, 20, was remanded until June 14. Ali bin Hamzah. 17, of Hill Street police station was similarly charged...  (52 words)
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  • $13,422 gained on flag day [Articles]
    $13,422 gained on flag day A total of $13,422 wa* collected for the St. Andrew's Mission and Orthopaedic Hospitals Fund On a flag day in Singapore last month.  (28 words)
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  • Woman dies [Articles]
    Woman dies Chan Poh Choo, 19, who wag found poisoned in her house In Seletar Road. Singapore, on Wednesday night, died in the General Hospital yesterday.  (26 words)
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  • 'What is a student' wrangle— it nearly wrecked Bandoeng [Articles]
    'What is a student' wrangle it nearly wrecked Bandoeng A MALAYAN delegate to the students conference at Bandoeng, RD. Naidu, returned to Singapore yesterday by air a day earlier than expected with an explanation of how "inconsistencies" almost wrecked the talks. He said that disagreement over the definition of "student"...  (278 words)
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  • TEN INCHES...AND AH SAMS HUT IS SAFE [Articles + Illustrations]
    TEN INCHES... AND AH SAMS HUT IS SAFE The road-makers stopped 10 inches from Madame Siew's house  (17 words)
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  • Her prayer (stay 'way from my door) is answered [Articles]
    Her prayer (stay 'way from my door) is answered FLOODED, BUT NO PLACE LIKE HOME T\ E STRUCTION. which has daily been creeping closer to a humble squatter's shack oft* Thompson Road, yesterday halted dramatically ten inches from the door. In the doorway of the shack stood Slew Ah Sam,...  (531 words)
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  • THE LUCKY FAMILY [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE LUCKY FAMILY Madame Sitw and her children, still stunned by their narrow escape.  (14 words)
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    MURDER HUNT FOR THIRD MAN SINGAPORE Pol| now on an bi. I wide manhun? ft third mat, connection murder ol owner last v night i n gj Alexandra" afternoon an area square miles Funnel. The murdrr ft i fa ing a robbery, on man was ar rf.s t c d...  (187 words)
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    Garden music The Band of the Ist Bn King's Own Scottish Border lers will pay at ttv Singapore Botanic Oat 5 pm. to 6 p.m. tomorrow_  (26 words)
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      I *t i\ t, i -<dift> ENGLISH LOAF CHEESE CHEDDAR CHESHIRE CAERPHILLY end STILTON in fancy 12. oz. Jars r -r— J "r THE LATEST DESIGN at THE LOWEST PRICE f^BURTON £*r SLOTTED ANGLES AND ACCESSORIES Available in Sizes Ex Stock J> Colours SOLE AGENTS: THE EAST ENGLISH CO. LTD.,...  (208 words)
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      MILKMAID f^gjggg^ Mil If "liikmaid Brand SWIETENEP .1' A U *li<» *L» iiU. SIX am .kOX *J» .»U» j>U» 1 "WINE FESTIVAL" <^ AT THE 1 ADELPHI GRILL! OFFERS YOU:4g| 1. A Full Menu including Win 1 for 56.50 I g 2. Italian Music By Miss Licia Ma; S (Famous...  (70 words)
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      High tides TODAY': S (Bft. 3in.« 10.43 p.m. (9ft. 6in.i Port Dickson ti.36 ;im. iB!v Hn, 7.09 p.m. (9ft. Bm.' a.ir. (7ft. i l p.m (Bfl Hi TOMORROW: a.m. (Bft. sin.i 1128 pm. i9f. 91n.); Port Diction 7.23 a.m. '8!' Bin.) 7.54 p.m. t.9ft Bin.); Penar.j 1.37 ajn. (7ft. lta.j...  (54 words)
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  • CHEUNG WANTED 2-WAY TRIP [Articles]
    CHEUNG WANTED 2- WAY TRIP penang immigration men took his identity card-*) he decided not to go to China last-minute SOS to mother and now he stays in Malaya J2.YEAROLD Penang businessman bound r hina changed his mind at the last jnlM( wsicrday. He sent an SOS to his ,nd...  (213 words)
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  • 830,000 bazaar [Articles]
    830,000 bazaar A $30,000 Malay constructed on round in Jalan front of the present It will provide sites ■hops.  (19 words)
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  • GIANT NET SLEW MAN [Articles]
    GIANT NET SLEW MAN DENANG, Fri.-A water- front labourer, Kadin Nainamalar, was killed when an empty cargo net ■lipped from its hook and crashed on him, an inquest was told today. The coroner. Mr. Au Ah Wah, recorded a verdict of misadventure on Nainamalar who died from a broken neck...  (98 words)
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  • Evangelism [Articles]
    Evangelism An American pastor, the Rev. H. D. Ferrell. of the Auckland Evangelistic Centre, New Zealand, is holding evangelistic services in Singapore today and tomorrow at the Elim Church. Serangoon Road.  (31 words)
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  • Hindu festival [Articles]
    Hindu festival H'ndu officers in the Singapore military departments will celebrate the Vinayagar Sathurthi Festival at the Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple in Ceylon Road on Monday.  (26 words)
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  • FUNDS ARE LOW: WARNING BY SATA [Articles]
    FUNDS ARE LOW: WARNING BY SATA Hospital plan may be held up THE Singapore AntiTuberculosis Association is in danger of losing its initiative in the war on T.B. unless early financial assistance from the public is forthcoming. This note of warning was contained in a report by the medical director...  (263 words)
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  • Meeting on pay dispute [Articles]
    Meeting on pay dispute The Singapore Motor Traders Salaried Employees' Union and Borneo Motors and Orchard Motors will meet at the Labour Ministry on Tuesday to discuss the union's wage claims. The union wants increases of $30 for those getting $300 and less and $20 for those drawing $300 and...  (51 words)
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  • Indian dancing [Articles]
    Indian dancing An Indian cultural dance and singing competition will be held at the Siglap Community Centre at the end of the month.  (23 words)
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  • Envoy leaves [Articles]
    Envoy leaves Mr. L. G. Holiday, the new British Ambassador to Lav.-. left Singapore by air yesterday for Bangkok.  (19 words)
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  • UMNO: WE ARE NOT STRIKE-BREAKERS [Articles]
    UMNO: WE ARE NOT STRIKE-BREAKERS T»HE Penang UMNO presi 1 Abidin, today assure* party's aim to break up str "We rpgard strikes as the legitimate weapon of the workers.' 1 he told delegates of UMNO's labour section. Referring to a recent Press statement by the local branch of the National...  (169 words)
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  • Lunch date for Mr. Lim [Articles]
    Lunch date for Mr. Lim Singapore's new Chief Minister. Mr. Lim Yew Hock, has been invited by the Trades Union Congress to a lunch given today in honour of Mr. V. F. Mathur. director of the ICFTU training college in Calcutta. Mr. Mathur. who has been conducting an extensive trade...  (60 words)
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  • On transfer [Articles]
    On transfer KLUANO. Fri.— Health Inspector Hassan bin Sa'ad of Johore Bahru has assumed duty in Kluang in place of Health Inspector T. C. Chacko. who has been transferred to Segamat.  (31 words)
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  • THIS IS HOW STRAITS CHINESE WERE MARRIED IN THE OLD DAYS – [Articles + Illustrations]
    THIS IS HOW STRAITS CHINESE WERE MARRIED IN THE OLD DAYS A SCENE from the ancient Straits Chinese wedding pageant by the Chinese Ladies Association. It will be staged during the Siglap Girls' Club's "Midsummer Night Ball" at Victoria Memorial Hall on June 23 in aid of the Singapore Young...  (101 words)
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  • Tried to woo her? No says P.C. [Articles]
    Tried to woo her? No says P.C. MALACCA, Fri. A police constable, Alang bin Mohamed Yatim, denied in the Alor Gajah Session* Court today that he had tried to force his attentions on a pretty* woman. Lee Kirn Tai, whom he had caught riding a motorcycle without a learnerdriver's plate....  (140 words)
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  • Magistrate wrong to put it off—judge [Articles]
    Magistrate wrong to put it off— judge KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. The Selangor High Court ruled today that it was wrong for a magistrate to postpone sentence indefinitely after an accused person had pleaded guilty. Mr. Brown nad asked for a revision after the Kuala Lumpur First Magistrate, Mr. G. V....  (141 words)
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  • St. John chief [Articles]
    St. John chief Mr. Ko Teck Kin, former president of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce, has been appointed president of St. John Ambulance Brigade. Singapore District.  (27 words)
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      lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII Colourful Salesmen The .Mnplianger peer? over his neighbour's shoulder; i'i-t takes a surreptitious peep, Mother lets the dinner id the manager forgets his correspondence, while W turn in homes, offices, waiting rooms, and railway lookl a j«»lly good spot." Mi nnl\ two hundred odd dollars for the whole fortnight."...  (168 words)
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      FOR WALLS AND CEILINGS PENTALITE Emulsion Paint inci'e'nj coHceivaMe oJUsvni\ 'Pentalite'. now comes to you in full rich colours is well as in a range of attractive pastel shades. These may be intermixed to give an infinite variety of colours to suit ail tastes. Thinned with water and applied like...  (239 words)
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      TODAY CHINESE T.M.C.A. (off Prince SINGAPORE YOUTH ((UN- Edward Road): Art Club 9 a.m.; CIL- Festival of Youth rally and I billiards, badminton, bodybuilding. Inspection by the Governor, table-tennis, art exhibition 2 p jn. Padang, 4.30 p.m. I to 10 pm. V MX.*. (Orchard Road) Chess j BRITISH RED CROSS...  (196 words)
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  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [Articles]
    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 20 Word, $10 (Minimum) THE FAMILY of the late Mrs. Beet Kock Lock thanks all Relative* a lid Friends for their messages of condolence. Telegrams. Wreaths, Gifts, kind assistance, loan of Cars and attendance at her funeral on 7th June, 1956. MX. AND MRS. BASIL PATRICK DROZARIO cordially thank...  (147 words)
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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS [Articles]
    ANNOUNCEMENTS 20 Word, $10 (Minimum) FOLLOW PEDANT Every Day In the -Malay Mail" If you want to win that $5,000 word puzzle. HAVE YOU SEEN the special display of the World famous Marconi Radios in Whiteaway Re- cord Bar. AIR-WICK In the home keeps unpleasant odours at bay-try tome, you'll...  (377 words)
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  • HOME LEAVE [Articles]
    HOME LEAVE tii Word, $i (MiH.)— Box SO ttt. txtra. FAMILIES ON LEAVE with children welcomed warm winter quarters West Sussex country house. Luxury beds, h& c basins, private sitting/dining rooms, allnight fires. Individual cookers, washing machine, room service, morning tea, television, happy atmosphere, 2% gns. Inclusive Kynoch. Fittleworth, Sussex.  (50 words)
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  • The Straits Times Singapore, Sat. June 9, 1956. Mr. Lim At The Helm [Articles]
    The Straits Times Singapore, Sat. June 9, 1956. Mr. Lim At The Helm As becomes the man, Mr. Lim Yew Hock has assumed the office of Singapore's Chief Minister attended by 1 none of the fuss and flurry with which Mr. Marshall surrounded himself fifteen months j ago. In less...  (609 words)
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  • Federation Ban On Students [Articles]
    Federation Ban On Students Determined to prevent trouble among students in the Federation's schools, the Federation Government has empowered the Commissioner of Police to prohibit any group of five or more pupils or teachers from entering or travelling in the Federation without first securing a written permit. The regulation is...  (261 words)
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  • Traffic Muddle [Articles]
    Traffic Muddle r Singapore will have to revise its ideas about the nature of the city's traffic problem. Although rush hours are infuriating to both drivers and pedestrians, there is in fact far less congestion and muddle on the roads than in the system by which control is supposed to...  (302 words)
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  • As I was saying. [Articles + Illustrations]
    As I was saying. tiXCEPT for the dis- appearance of Mr. Marshall, admittedly a not Inconsiderable difference, Singapore's second Labour Front Government represents no change from the first. Partly this is because the new Chief Minister wished to emphasise that it is a caretaker government, but the possibility of change...  (1165 words)
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  • 'SADISTIC BEAR-BAITING' [Articles]
    'SADISTIC BEAR-BAITING' YERAOX BARTLETT T HAD thought I had 1 finished with Mr. Marshall. Since I do not like to watch a man at the moment of his disappointment or defeat, I did not even go as I should have done were I a better Journalist to hear his last...  (804 words)
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  • FIFTY YEARS AGO [Articles]
    FIFTY YEARS AGO (From Jfte Straits Times of June 7. 1906) TN the First Police Court, P»nang, Mr. L. P. Ebden, the Magistrate, commented very severely on the practice of asking for postponements, which has become very prevalent of late. His Worship said that he disapproved of granting second postponements,...  (90 words)
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      CLASSIFIED ADS. So Word, $10 (Minimum) ADAMSON: At Kandang Kerbau Hospital on 7th June to Pat and Eric a son. MURPHY: To Marlam and Laurie, at Whanßarei. New Zealand, on Friday June Bth, a daughter. 20 Word* $10 (Minimum) NG— TSE on 9/6/56, Ng Mun Chiew 10 Neil Road Singapore...  (341 words)
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  • 3 RUBBER BARONS GO BROKE [Articles]
    3 RUBBER BARONS GO BROKE Tof the four ecton of the Rubber Comwhich has r.ii dated, were bankrupt in Singapore High rday. n waa fllrd by nd Shanghai ration. directoTi wore r Chor, Tay Kong h Lay Thum. y petition ther director. Watt was ad- week as notice rrad on...  (102 words)
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  • Social welfare lottery: The winning tickets [Articles]
    Social welfare lottery: The winning tickets KEMAMAN, Fri. The DC the 38th Social and Services lottery, i«>nk place here to--csultcd as follows: PRIZE (S350.000): ticket No llNllt. o\l) PRIZE (5125,- N.. ::>2.i370. HIRD PKIZE ($5O 000): Ko. ll»»4Kti. Kill PRIZE (S2O.Nos. XXXXX43. XXXXX3, II ill rni/E (JlO.OOO each): CONSOLATION PRIZE...  (154 words)
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  • Workers' social [Articles]
    Workers' social KUALA LUMPUR. Fri.— A committee meeting of the Kuala Lumpur branch of the Labour Party here yesterday decided to hold a social on July 7.  (27 words)
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  • On-off go-slow is on again—bosses [Articles]
    On-off go-slow is on again bosses WORKERS ALL BACK, SAYS UNION— BUT PAY TALKS ARE IN JEOPARDY WORKFRS n/ UAL LUMPUR, Friday. yyUKKLRS ON several estates were reported to .Ithm. k T£ contin H ed go^low today although the campaign was officially called off by the National Union of Plantation...  (350 words)
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  • Prince's wants $2,529 rent cut [Articles]
    Prince's wants $2,529 rent cut A DROP in business has forced the management of a Singapore nightspot to seek a reduction of rent by $2,529.75 a month. Mr. M. Murray, owner of Prince's Restaurant in Orchard Road, yesterday applied to the Rent Conciliation Board to reduce the monthly rent from...  (69 words)
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  • THE IMPECCABLE RED' (THREE SUITS LIKE IT) OFF TO CHINA [Articles + Illustrations]
    THE IMPECCABLE RED' (THREE SUITS LIKE IT) OFF TO CHINA CHENG CHUN LERN, 20, a student from Kuala Lumpur, stood out from 19 other students who left Singapore for China in the Tjiluwah yesterday. when he turned up dressed in impeccable Communist attire. He told the Straits Times that he...  (103 words)
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  • Guards—chase on [Articles]
    Guards chase on JOHORE BAHRU, Fri. In a dawn raid today five armed terrorists pounced on two Home Guards on gate duty at Ayer Hitam and stole their shotguns and 20 rounds of ammunition. A third Home Guard, Jah bin Haji Omar, 43, escaped with bis shotgun and 10 rounds...  (152 words)
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  • Prai dock strike threat [Articles]
    Prai dock strike threat PENANO. Fri.— The 500--strong Prai Wharf Workers' Union may strike if a satisfactory reply is not re. celved from their employers by June 15. The three-month-old negotiations on the men's demands for Increased handling rates have been adjourned till then to enable the union and the...  (96 words)
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  • Outboard driver ran into swimmer [Articles]
    Outboard driver ran into swimmer COURT WARNS OTHER FANS OPEED-BOAT fan J.D. Maughan, whose boat was seen to collide with a swimmer, told a Singapore court yesterday that he knew nothing about the accident, until a woman told him later. He was making his defence to a charge of causing...  (337 words)
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  • Make way for tanker [Articles]
    Make way for tanker A 41,000-ton tanker, the Andros Castle, took up all the berthlns space at Pulau Sebarok yesterday, when It came alongside the wharves to take on bunkers. The 725- foot long vessel which is on its maiden voyage, was launched at Yokohama in October last year. It...  (56 words)
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  • Seah told: It's a pleasure [Articles]
    Seah told: It' s a pleasure The Labour Front last night accepted the resignation of Assemblyman Mr. Seah Peng Chuan "with pleasure." Mr. Seah resigned from the Front after Thursday's Legislative Assembly meet- ing. In a letter to Mr. Seah last night, the Front's secre-tary-general, Mr. Keng Ban Ec, said:...  (64 words)
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  • 2,500 WORKERS TO STAGE ONE-DAY STRIKE [Articles]
    2,500 WORKERS TO STAGE ONE-DAY STRIKE They want new grading system A BOUT 2,500 workers at the Pasir Panjang and St. A James' power stations in Singapore will stage a one-day protest strike. This was decided yesterday after talks on the grading of the employees between the City Council Electrical...  (204 words)
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  • Food denial chief gets an office [Articles]
    Food denial chief gets an office KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. MR. M.C. ff Sheypard, British Adviser, Negri Sembilan, who becomes the Federations new Food Enforcement Officer on July 1, will have his offices in quarters formerly occupied by the Defence Branch at Bluff Road Police Headquarters here. The Secretary for Defence....  (91 words)
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  • POLICE HOLD 4 SUSPECTS [Articles]
    POLICE HOLD 4 SUSPECTS PENANG, Fri. Pour suspected secret society gangsters were arrested when Penang police made surprise swoops in various parts of Grorsc Town today. The four men are now held in Penanp; prison on warrants of detention. They were described as "important."  (44 words)
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  • 7 years' jail for robber [Articles]
    7 years' jail for robber Tan Choon Teck. 33. a mason, who robbed a housewife, Madam Son Kirn Tee. of a gold necklace at the point of a knife at her home in Geylang was Jailed for seven years in the Singapore Assizes yesterday.  (44 words)
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  • Stabbing case clerk: I can recall nothing [Articles]
    Stabbing case clerk: I can recall nothing MOID 'A BLANK' WHEN GIRL WAS KNIFED AN Income Tax Department clerk told a Singapore court yesterday that his mind was a "complete blank" during the brief space of time in which he was alleged to have stabbed an office colleague, Theresa Thangasamy,...  (336 words)
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  • HOUSING: THE AIM IS EASY PAYMENT [Articles]
    HOUSING: THE AIM IS EASY PAYMENT Much interest is being; shown in the Government's plan to sell lowcost houses to the public on the easy-payment system. Sixty eifht houses built by the Singapore Improvement Trust at Queenstown, will shortly be offered for sale. The permanent secretary to the Ministry of...  (109 words)
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  • TIGHTER CHECK ON FEES [Articles]
    TIGHTER CHECK ON FEES A TIGHTER CHECK on the handling of fees collected from students is likeiy to be one of the results of a probe now beins made into the adult eaacation set-up in Singapore. The inquiry is being made by a five-man Interim Executive Committee, set up in...  (143 words)
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  • Invalid stamps [Articles]
    Invalid stamps All Straits Settlements postage stamps over-printed with the Initials and word "B.M.A. Malaya," will be declared invalid with effect from Jan. 11 next year, it was officially announced in Singapore yesterday.  (33 words)
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  • Boy, 15, falls 20 feet [Articles]
    Boy, 15, falls 20 feet Sarban Singh. 15, fell about 20 feet from the first floor of a building in Philip Street. Singapore on Thursday night. He was admitted to the General Hospital In a serious condition.  (37 words)
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  • RAF TO PROBE JUNGLE CRASH [Articles]
    RAF TO PROBE JUNGLE CRASH QEREMBAN, Frl. The RAF will hold a court of inquiry into yesterday's air crash near Kuala Pilah in which three army officers were killed. This was the second Auster crash in two weeks. The three-seater plane, piloted by Capt. L. P. Griffiths of 1914 Flight....  (168 words)
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  • 'MURDER ON NILE' HAS HIGH TENSION [Articles]
    'MURDER ON NILE' HAS HIGH TENSION AGATHA CHRISTIE Is a master of the thriller. The Stage Club got some very gripping moments out of her 'Murder on the Nile", which opened at the Victoria Memorial Hall on Thursday. After a slow first act, in which movement was nervous and acting...  (157 words)
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  • Hero of Malacca was nearly forgotten [Articles + Illustrations]
    Hero of Malacca was nearly forgotten I R I S T S and chroniclers are least liable when they are recording the big nistory, for it is then that they allow lias or racial prejudice to colour the is that they paint. r i ally does this happen to biographers...  (863 words)
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  • He braved danger to regain last favour [Articles]
    He braved danger to regain last favour He dispatched his mistress with a merciful thrust of his kris so that the Sultan's revenge could not reach her and then resolved himself to resist capture to the death. There was only one entrance to the apartment in which this drama was...  (498 words)
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      Rex 3iargan 9 MM. Blind girl I WMMBMF r w AFpftip *1 FgeT »V ATTORNEY ON TKt fS OMI "TVS 01KL f* fUND AS A RESULT WM C^ HOT FATHER I PWONE, EMILIS I'tL HAVE TIMS I WANT f Of TW6 ACCIDENT STRAM6CLV JHHB I NEIL W4RRIEP 1 THAT; APPABENTLV...  (196 words)
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  • BETTER SENTIMENT ADDS SIX CENTS TO RUBBER PRICE [Articles]
    BETTER SENTIMENT ADDS SIX CENTS TO RUBBER PRICE By Our Market Correspondent J'HE price of rubber in Singapore yesterday went to ite highest levels for a month, gaining over six cents on the day's trading. The price closed at 84£ cents for June first grade, but the market was very...  (498 words)
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  • Embargo lifting was tonic [Articles]
    Embargo lifting was tonic THE welcome news of the lifting of the embargo on rubber to China came as a much needed tonic to a market that was groaning under adverse factors which daily appeared to grow in number, report Holiday, Cottar, Bath Co. Ltd., in their current rubber market...  (403 words)
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  • BROKERS' REPORT [Articles]
    BROKERS' REPORT The Malayan Share Brokers Association reported: Industrials were slightly better with fair support round quotations. Tins were I steady, and there were more in- quiries ror rubber shares following I the rise in the commodity." I Singapore and Federation i>t ;Vers reported the following busint-x done yesterday: Con....  (337 words)
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  • TIN OUTPUTS [Articles]
    TIN OUTPUTS May tin output.*; Include Pahane Consolidated 210 tons of I tin concentrates: Sungei Kinta 432 pleuls tie ore: Inoh Tin (No., 3 Dredge Puchong) 385 piculs.  (28 words)
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  • MAY RUBBER [Articles]
    MAY RUBBER The following May rubber crops are announced: Kuala Reman 115.400 Ib.. Bruseh 40.500 It).  (16 words)
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  • RUBBER PRICES [Articles]
    RUBBER PRICES Jane first grade robber buyers I f.o.b. closed in Singapore yesterI day at 84.; cents per lb. up 6>i cents on Thursday's dosing price. The closing tone was> barely steady after firm. Closing prices in cents per lb. were: No. 1 R.S.S. Spot f.o.b. Buyers 84 <4 tellers...  (155 words)
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  • PRODUCE PRICES [Articles]
    PRODUCE PRICES Singapore Chinese Produc« Exchance: noon prices per picul yesterday were: Copra: quiet; June $28 > buyers. $28 sellers. Coconut oil: quiet; bulk $424 sellers, drum $45 Vi sellers. Pepper: quiet, with no business reported done: Muntok white $91, Sarawak $90, (both varieties unchanged). special Sarawak black $68 idown...  (160 words)
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  • SHIPPING [Articles]
    SHIPPING Ships lyinf alongside the Singapore Harbour Beard wharves or expected today are: Flying Eagle 12, Sangola 45, Velebit C.P., Laura Maerclc 6.7. Olenroy 89, Benveg 1011, Marudu 11 12. President Buchanan 13 14, TJlsadane 15 16, Trafalgar 18, Bunyo Maru 1920, Rawang N. Wall 2, Sadao N. Wall 4....  (92 words)
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  • OFFICIAL PRICES [Articles]
    OFFICIAL PRICES m.Mf M'(h»l kikkir'V'^ (up si j !»r p,, .<OPR V s  (13 words)
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  • AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [Articles]
    AUSTRALIAN STOCKS x van row on sto< today. seISV moderately a, genera 11'. i silver lea, and oils jMghtlyinn Loans 3 Bank of N s w Mount Lyeli N. Brok. !hui do Mount Morgan i Peko Western Ampoi Ex. Oil Search Aust. Con i i (new) i Bradford |B. Hill...  (72 words)
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  • Ship freight war over [Articles]
    Ship freight war over A MEETING Eastern Lines i n Lond> n confirmed the reached on June which sett,. eld dispute bi and the Mitsui SI A cable receive,. ferencea office terc'ay said thai ment reached recei c Conference n I Half of Hi bound round-! be withdrawn from i...  (83 words)
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  • EXCHANGE RATE [Articles]
    EXCHANGE RATE The Malayan Kxohanf tx Association nude U changes In its n j chants yesterday Sellint airmail T I ready: Swiss Frsnei Francs 1614', Drubxhr 115%. On the frpe ex in Hong Kong j I.S. dollar was quoted II for cash and 5 87 t for TT. Sterling was...  (58 words)
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      fad 450 i tAll PEN HI Ew^VEW il tlipomatic JW action" 11 Scroll "«50" iet« a new •ifh in vilue and a n«w II few in pnc«. AND it has II a new action, toot Jim 11 press the button on too Jl of the pen and th* writing I...  (383 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS APPOINTMENT OF PROBATIONER TEACHERS GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS PENANG PROVINCE WELLESLEY APPLICATIONS are Invited from Federal citizens for appointment as Probationer Teachers ln Government Schools ln Penang and Province Wellesley and will be received up till June 23rd, 1956, on forms obtainable from the Education Department, Penan?. Applicants must have...  (551 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF ONE STEEL LANDING CRAFT, POWER DRIVER (40-TON CARGO CAPACITY) THE DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION MELBOURNE is inviting tenders for the supply of One Steel Landing Craft. Power-driven (40-ton Cargo Capacity) for delivery at Cocos Islands. Conditions...  (780 words)
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      NOTICES HONG FATT (SUNGEI BESI) LIMITED NOTICE OF FIRST INTERIM DIVIDEND Notice Is hereby given that a first interim dividend of 7% per cent (less Income tax at 30 per cent) ln respect of the year ending 31st December 1959 has been declared and will be paid to the registered...  (642 words)
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      SINGAPORE IMPROVEMENT TRUST Tenders are Invited for alteration to existing, and Installation of new rising mains from proposed individual water meter positions In blocks of 146 shops and bouses at Kolam Ayer Lane. Tender form etc. may be obi talned on payment of a deposit of $100/- which will be...  (432 words)
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      KNUTSEN LINE orient service FROM CANAPA/U.S. PACIFIC PORTS-30 DAYS Sailing San Arriving Vancouver Francisco Spore H. Swcr. Pen.ins Anne Bakke Sailed sailed 15 |un 18 |un 19 |un Giertrud* Bakke 28 |un 11 Mll Au* Accepting Cargo for Fretnantle— calling Ceraldtor FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIA— 6 DAYS Sailing *T c remantl«...  (293 words)
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      MANSFIELD CO., LTD. T.i, 2,41s THE BLUE FUNNEL UNE ssssui uverp'oo'l^gla^x m&T<ssti^j£!i Singapore wtm m Avonmouth S > P Sh <"" Cll/1 J Jum 10/11 Jun. 11 Homburg C.31/It Jum 10 j, < r l iverpool JUn JU #IJ J-M l7/18 Ml> »h.n tor Worteiiie* June 13 June It Jun....  (1293 words)
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      EAST ASIATIC LINES OUTWARDS taHbsg. fe, Bangkok end Fa* E.« Penang P. Sham Spore lalandia ta rert 12/UJom MA6DALA 18/12Jaoe iS/14Jaao IS/14Jun. lAVA IS/14Jaae 17/18Jum it/SOJaoe IA »JaM/ 1 Jaty V Jaty 4/ t Jaty Not carrying paneogers. HOMEWARDS SaWog, f^ Ith., A^werp, R.n.,«.», H.m.arg, C i'por* P. Sham Penong...  (1122 words)
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      B.OMNC THE REN LINE STEAMERS LTD SINGAPORE (Incorporotad m the United Kingdom) LINES SAILINO* TO U.K. AMD CONTIHEHT PORTS S'pora P. S'hom Penong BENALDER for Liverpool. Rotterdam, Hull \T. 14/22Jum 21/24 Jusm 27/2t Jum -BENREOCH for London, Rotterdam 2t Jum/ t Jurf Rao* aia>m tl«<M SI Jaly BEHAVOH for Havre....  (1022 words)
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      McALISTER <Sc CO., LTD. TEL: He.: XXXXX BUBaUCAM BDCKMALL KLAVEH BBS WKM LONDON, HAVRE, ROTTERDAM. LOS ANCELIS, SAN FRANCISCO, HAMBURC PORTLAND. SEATTLE ft VANCOUVER and tor Ui.A., North Atlontic Ports *««P»«"t aarae far Central ft Seath ond Conodo and vlo Cotonbo Aa»arka CITY OF MANCHESTER BONNEVILLE Spore P. Sham Penana...  (1286 words)
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  • The STRAITS TIMES Saturday forum [Articles + Illustrations]
    The STRAITS TIMES Saturday forum  (5 words)
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  • Urdu was an inadequate language ten years ago [Articles]
    Urdu was an inadequate language ten years ago MR Skinner's most interesting letter on the merits and potentialities of the Malay language prompts me to submit an account of a parallel controversy which centred on the use of the Urdu language as the medium of Instruction in the Osmania University...  (555 words)
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  • BLACK SATURDAY [Articles]
    BLACK SATURDAY CYNICUS, writing in last Saturdays Straits Times, was absolutely right. Radio Malaya's promise of brighter broadcasting on Saturday afternoons has not only proved so much empty air, but it looks like the biggest flop of the year. I am not a particularly keen race-goer but I live in...  (340 words)
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  • THESE LITTLE HORRORS [Articles]
    THESE LITTLE HORRORS I ONCE heard 'child psychology' defined as "the system by which children bring up parents." At the time it amused me but since coming to Singapore, I have begun to realise that this definition is not so silly as first impressions tend to give. A sojourn of...  (537 words)
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  • The long silence [Articles]
    The long silence IIfHEN in December last year I read in your columns that thousands of Singapore office and shop workers were to Ret a minimum wage scheme, limited working hours and health and other benefits. I was overjoyed. Although the bill has had its first reading nothing more has...  (86 words)
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      It's A Grand Day Saving tJfV $aye and i StiV€> |f|iS GRAND pi ANNUAL |4*™ HLI r l^ A Memorable Event that has been the talk of the City. NOTE We open till 6.30 p.m. today to enable you to select most conveniently. S 4-, i 1 HARDIAL SINGH SONS,...  (402 words)
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      KENfUs Long-wearing, low cost KENTILE FLOORS are so easy io keep c/ea t The smooth, non-porotu Kcntjlc Hoor doesn't give din a chai "let" It's siafn-rcM\i.ini, too! A |< of a damp mop love Kentilc spark ii spotless... mild snap and via spic and span. Occasional no-i and prcstoi-your Kentflc...  (184 words)
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  • ENGLAND MAY YET BE GLAD OF THEIR 134 [Articles]
    ENGLAND MAY YET BE GLAD OF THEIR 134 It was drllp. drip all day From JACK FINGLETON TRENT BRIDGE, Fri. AT 2.30 p.m. today at A Trent Bridge, with pools of water on the pitch, play was declared off on the second day of the first Test match between England...  (843 words)
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  • Notts score only win in rain-ruined series [Articles]
    Notts score only win in rain-ruined series LONDON. Fri. rkNLY Nottingham, with a sevenv wicket victory over Glamorgan, claimed full points from the rain-ruined series of county wicket championship matches which ended today. Results were: At Cardiff, Notts beat Olamor»on by seven wicket*. Glamorgan 203 and 90. (Jepson 6-43). Notts...  (158 words)
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  • Chai Chai wins five events [Articles]
    Chai Chai wins five events fAN CHAI CHAI yesterday won x the Individual championship i Dlv. A) at the Trafalgar School II athletics meet. He won the 80 yd. hurdles, 100 yd.. 230 yd. high Jump and long Jump. Chew Wai Tong was runnerup. S. Nadarajan was Individual champion of...  (52 words)
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  • Easy win for Workers EU [Articles]
    Easy win for Workers EU Workers EU. easily beat Bouna Vista Ranger* 4-1 In the S.A.P.A. Dlv. 3A match at St George* Road yesterday. Mohd. Kami* '2). Rahman and Jamil scored for Workers and YusoS (or Rangeri. Royal Air Force, Tengah. beat Pachltan S.C. 7-0 In the other Dlv. 3A...  (71 words)
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  • Polo tourney result [Articles]
    Polo tourney result RESULTS In the Malayan Polo Association tournament matches In Singapore are: MacDougal Cup (first round): Penang 2 1 Selangor "B" l: 15/19 Hussars 3, Selangor "A" 2; Pnhang 2. Singapore Swifts 1 Victor. Cap: 15/19 Hussars 3. Singapore Swallows 0.  (43 words)
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  • Sicarelle wins the Oaks [Articles]
    Sicarelle wins the Oaks LONDON. Prl— Sicarelle won the Oaka todey at Epsom Downs Janlarl was second and Yasmlii third. Fourteen ran. Betlint: 3 to i favourite. sicarelle. 100 to 8 Janlarl, 2a to 1  (35 words)
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      JaBBBJMBIBBMJI gj^^^j^JULLXjlilLjlJ^^B ..viMOPVTION VACANT i. Box Uttt. txtra. X HOUSE District i .<. \.ii:able on XXXXX. AT Tanglin s:x months ti June Box A 3475. A IE OCCUPATION In Bungalow Kitchen. MS. all Europeans I Ball Roaa. i YMCA Hostel i Cool. Quiet, pule Hnrbour, much ults Married ..-.730. PI...  (378 words)
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      ACCOMMODATION WANTED tl Word, $i (mn.)-Box St et,. txtra EUROPEAN BACHELOR Re. r» U .'rT £iT nt Little Furnished I S h H n D lat> Bmall or MWil-de- Uched Bungalow. Box A 3422 ST YOUNG SERVICE COUPLE one i child require a.rommodatioa In Katong area. Rent per month $200...  (434 words)
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      BOOKS PUBLICATIONS to Word, U (mHH.)—Bwt tOcU.txtrm. THE JANUARY 1956 Edition of The Federation of Malaya Telephone Directory can be purchased from the Straits Times Press Ltd Cecil Street, Singapore. Price $1.50 per copy. Postage 30 cents extra. THE "FEDERATION OF Malaya Year Book 1956" U Just the handy oook...  (835 words)
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      VEHICLES FOR SALE 20 Word, $i (Milt.)— Box iiicf.txtro 1952 FORD CONSUL, 1851 Hlllman, both In good condition, fully Insured, reasonable price. Apply Morgan, 28 Railway Hill Road, Alexander. 1953 VELOX, 1952 Studebaker, 1951 A4O, Anglia. Velox, Mayflower, Hawk. Wyvem, 1949 A4O, Anglia, 1947 Austin 8 h.p. 240 Lavenuer Street....  (890 words)
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      Quality Tested USED CARS We have the most attractive range of reconditioned cars, of a variety of makes to offer at prices from $725.00 and upwards. Our Organisation backs every purchase so that you may buy confidently with the assurance of a fair and square deal. Every Saturday there is...  (679 words)
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      TODAY TOMORROW SOCCER: Malaya Cup: Joint CRICKET: Senior tournaService* v ■Nrtri Sembilan. Jalan ment: S.( .C. v s.C.B.C. Hone Besar, 5.15 pja.; S.A.F.A. Div. Urn Green; R.A.F. v Police, 2B: Police "A" v Dockyard Thomson Road-, S.R.C. v 1.A., "A", Thomson Road; Div. 3B: Bales tier Road; C.S.C. v Army,...  (242 words)
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  • DON WAYNE HAS BRIGHT CHANCE FOR A DOUBLE [Articles]
    DON WAYNE HAS BRIGHT CHANCE FOR A DOUBLE T\ON WAYNE Is back tn wln- ning form. He meets a mode.atp Div. 2 field and has a brisiu chance for a double in Race 7. He ran a fine race to beat Slipper Prince and the heavilybacked Premier up the straight...  (201 words)
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  • Bearer Bond for Perak Derby [Articles]
    Bearer Bond for Perak Derby HE CAN HANDLE THE WEIGHT, TUP AND ANY GOING MAORI CHIEF SHOULD BE HIS STRONGEST RIVAL Says EPSOM JEEP OEARER BOND is tn D peak form and has a great chance at Ipoh today, last day of the Perak Turf Club June meeting, of adding...  (434 words)
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  • DISTINE TO WIN MERDEKA CUP DESPITE 9.10 [Articles]
    DISTINE TO WIN MERDEKA CUP DESPITE 9.10 IMSTINE clearly is the best sprinter in training and I give him a confident vote in the $15,000 Merdeka Cup over 6f (Race Eight) in spite of his 9.10. For consistency this four-year-old has no equal at the moment. Only once in 11...  (757 words)
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  • Storala has yet to produce his best [Articles]
    Storala has yet to produce his best CTARALA. with a handy weight of 8.4. is worth each-way support in the Ipoh Cup (Race Three). This Genetout four-year-old has the makings of a top-cla&s horse. He has won all his three starts and we have probably not seen the best of...  (445 words)
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  • Peng Soon Hq ready soon [Articles]
    Peng Soon Hq ready soon MALAYA'S badminton ace, ATI Wong Peng Soon, who has been appointed to coach budding champions at the Singapore Youth Sports Centre, will soon have a proper training ground at the old Kallang airport. Work will be started within a week or two to prepare the...  (133 words)
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  • STRAITS TIMES SELECTIONS [Articles]
    STRAITS TIMES SELECTIONS EPSOM JEEP CALL BOY POINTER Race 1 2.1S GAY HUNTER Spider King Strong Beam GAY HUNTER Strong Beam Triple Crown STRONG BEAM Gay Hunter Spider King Race 2. 2.45 BATTLE CREEK Canterbury Irish Elegance IRISH Elegance Battle Creek Canterbury IRISH Elegance Canterbury Battle Creek Race 3. 3.15...  (150 words)
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  • RACE CARD [Articles]
    RACE CARD Race 1 2.15: Class 2, Div. 4 6 Furs. 1 107 SpMer King 6y Franklin 9.00 Mr. Kwik Hobbs 2 378 SamroiK Sy Jones 8.12 A.Y. Wong K.H. Lim Spencer 3 970 Farnley 6y Khamls 8.10 T.L. Tang Martin 4 000 Scottish Minstrel 6y Smith 8,09 Kok Hoong...  (1099 words)
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  • BRITON TAKES TT RACE [Articles]
    BRITON TAKES TT RACE DOUGLAS. Isle of Man. Fri I JOHN SURTEES, 22-year-old Londoner, led from start to filnlsh on his Italian M. V. j Augusta to win the 500 c.c. senior tourist trophy motor -cycle race here today. Battling at high speed against cross-winds which made cornering difficult, hs...  (108 words)
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  • STORE CINDER TRACK READY BY AUGUST [Articles]
    STORE CINDER TRACK READY BY AUGUST It's fast but soft say athlti CINGAPORES nrst cinder runnr Park, which will provide a ground for Olympic prospects. day by a group of athletes, it will for regular use until August The verdict of the athletes who tested the newly-laid track was that...  (209 words)
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  • NO PLAY IN TEST [Articles]
    NO PLAY IN TEST There ioas no play on the second day of the First Test between England and Aus- tralia at Trent Bridge yesterday. Jack Finglcton'x report and comments in Page 13  (33 words)
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  • NETBALL LEAGUE [Articles]
    NETBALL LEAGUE Singapore netbali league yester- I day: G.S.C. II 13. St. Theresa II; G.L.B. I 19 WRAP. Chanjrl 11; W.R.A.C. Tanglin I 22. S.C.C 6.  (26 words)
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  • Corinthians are still in danger zone [Articles]
    Corinthians are still in da nger zone [JACK ON Con: i after t« in the n were beatei [yesterday 1 ■atch at j... But. even defi^t. it mm formani c •club presidi .Plenty to tM I Corintiiliii:. with a Orst-n corner kick Rahmmi toed the ball li Amic.ibUs dri later....  (126 words)
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  • PENANG EDGE PERLIS [Articles]
    PENANG EDGE PERLIS KANGAR. Fri. |>ENANG beat Perils by a soli- tary goal, scored in the 44th minute by Aziz Ahmad, in their Malaya Cup soccer match here today. The game started with Perils attacking. However. they were soon repulsed. Then Cheng Eng's fine drive was wide by inches. Penang...  (146 words)
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