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Avr»,c|WJ^^^.^u^ARV... The Straits Times Sat*** 1 Estd. 1845. SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1956 15 CENTS

POISON APPLE MENACE [ARTICLE]

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POISON APPLE MENACE Arsenic -sprayed fruit causes wave of stomach upsets Health chief issues warning DKUARE of your daily apple. Many Japanese ones picked up in Singapore shops iver the past few days were found to have been sprayed with ar>enie. imber 'of people ten these he doctor away are

THE TROUBLE WITH LARRY-HIS ANTHEM ENTRY JUST DIDN'T CLICK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE TROUBLE WITH LARRY-HIS ANTHEM ENTRY JUST DIDN'T CLICK WORLD famous harmonica player Larry Adler is in for a disappointment his entry for the Federation's 514.000 anthem contest has been rejected. It failed to make the trade and was eliminated at the first hearing before the panel of judges, the

HOLLAND DENIES PLOT TO DETHRONE JULIANA [ARTICLE]

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HOLLAND DENIES PLOT TO DETHRONE JULIANA THE HAGUE. Mon. The Dutch Government toy officially denied reports of a palace plot to Queen Juliana and replace her with 18-year-old Princess Beatrix. An official communique not a sha- truth" in allegations carried yesterday by the Sunday Pictorial 'London). It said the Government

Parents urged to ignore pickets [ARTICLE]

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Parents urged to ignore pickets 800 FOR THE NEW CLASSES THHE Singapore Minis- try of Education last night advised parents of Chinese middle school students to ignore pickets at centres where the Government is registering pupils for its temporary Chinese classes. This followed reports that rebel students posted near the

Coming up at Melbourne 100 tasty dishes from 'Mrs. Beeton' of Malaya [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Coming up at Melbourne 100 tasty dishes from 'Mrs. Beeton' of Malaya PLUMP, motherly Che Hasnah binte Ahmad has been chosen to head the team of cooks who will work in the Malayan kitchen at the Olympic Games in Melbourne. Che Hasnah the "Mrs. Beeton" of Malaya is famous for

PEPPER GANGSTERS SNATCH $4,000 [ARTICLE]

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PEPPER GANGSTERS SNATCH $4,000 TWO Singapore robbers temporarily blinded a cigarette salesman and his driver and got away with $4,000 cash in daylight yesterday. They flung pepper into the eyes of Mr. Tan Wan Beng, the salesman, and his driver, Mr. Sdh Kirn Lye. while they were collecting money In

Prince resigns [ARTICLE]

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Prince resigns PNOM PENH, Mon. The King of Cambodia has accepted the resignation of the Prime Minister, Prince Sihanouk.—Reuter.

Treaty talks [ARTICLE]

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Treaty talks MOSCOW, Mon. The Japanese Prime Minister. I Mr Ichiro Hatoyama and the Soviet Prime Minister. Marshal Nikolai Bulganin. agreed i today to form a Soviet-Jap- anese technical sub-commit- 1 tee for peace treaty talks be- i twren the two countries. —I Reuter.

Mr. Nair is now Assistant Minister [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Nair is now Assistant Minister 1|R. M. P. D. NAIR, a lT1 Singapore Assemblyman who Joined the Labour Front Coalition six months ago, was yesterday appointed Assistant Minister to the Chief Secretary. He was sworn in at Governernmen t House yest e r d a y morning. Then he

Girl for duchess [ARTICLE]

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Girl for duchess LUXEMBOURG, Mon. Archduchess Regina of Hapsburg today gave birth to a daughter. She is to be named Gabrlelle.— U.P.

150 shops burn [ARTICLE]

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150 shops burn SEOUL, Mon.— One hundred and fifty shops were destroyed by fire In Wonju. 60 miles from Seoul, yesterday.— A.P.

Canal Co. asks compensation [ARTICLE]

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Canal Co. asks compensation PARIS. Mon. The Suez Maritime Canal Company demanded today that Egypt pay a compensation covering the 12 years the company concession was to run. An uproarious meeting of company shareholders approved the demand. Only three of the 520 shareholders voted against the demand.— U.P.

Police defence [ARTICLE]

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Police defence COLOMBO, Mon. Ceylon police will be equipped with masks and shields to battle riotous mobs in future. A. P.-

Newspaper worker arrested [ARTICLE]

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Newspaper worker arrested SPECIAL Branch officers last night arrested Khoo Vow Chong, 19, an employee of Nanyang Siang Pau, under the Preservation of Public Security Ordinance. He Is a member of the central committee of the Singapore Factory and Shopworkers' Union. Khoo, a former middle school student, was picked up

Cartoonist in hot water [ARTICLE]

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Cartoonist in hot water TAIPEH, Mon. The Nationalist High Court today reduced from 10 to six months the sentence passed by a lower court on popular cartoonist Li Fel Meng for forcing the Hong Kong Chinese movie actress. Miss Chung Ching. to drive with him to a hot spring resort

Attlee in India [ARTICLE]

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Attlee in India BOMBAY. Mon. Earl Attlee left here by air today on a five day visit to Madras. Reuter.

No fare—but $500 'tip' [ARTICLE]

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No fare— but $500 'tip' JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. A terrorist. CMn Mock. gave himself up to a taxi driver In the Kluang district on Saturday morning. The driver took him to the Kluang police station. Police recovered a rifle and ammunition later. The taxi driver Is entitled to a $500

DUTCHMAN IS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE [ARTICLE]

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DUTCHMAN IS GIVEN LIFE SENTENCE Appeal after trial in Jakarta JAKARTA, Monday. HENRIOUS SCHMIDT, 54-year-old Dutchman, was today found guilty of subversion and sentenced to life imprisonment by an Indonesian Judge. The prosecutor had demanded only 15 years' jail for Schmidt on charges of insurrection and being a member of

THE S.T. ANNUAL: ORDER IT NOW [ARTICLE]

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THE S.T. ANNUAL: ORDER IT NOW rpHE Straits Times Annual 1 for 1857 is the ideal gift for friends and business connections overseas. It is South-East Asia's finest publication, and once again it presents a vivid picture of the region in brilliant full-colour and black and white. The Annual will

Townsend and R.A.F. part [ARTICLE]

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Townsend and R.A.F. part LONDON. Mon. Group' Captain Peter Townsend call- ed at the Air Ministry here today to say his farewells to friends before quittine his Royal Air Force career and setting off on a round-the-world tour by car.— Reuter.

First tourists [ARTICLE]

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First tourists NEW DELHI. Mon— The I first Soviet tourists ever to fMt India arrived here yesterday.— A.P.

DUKE: 'OLD CROCK' IS OUT [ARTICLE]

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DUKE: 'OLD CROCK' IS OUT KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The committee organisine the i Duke of Edinburgh's visit today firmly declined with thanks the offer by Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Wilson of Ipoh to lend their 1913 Wol- seley tourer as the official car for the occasion. Despairing of finding

Duke to drop in -by copter [ARTICLE]

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Duke to drop in -by copter T*HE Duke of Edinburgh, A travelling in a helicopter, will pay informal calls on two R.A.F. stations in Singapore on Nov. 2. The only formality will be an inspection of a 100-stronß guard-of-honour, which will include 50 Malays, at Chant;. He will then fly

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS COBRA M.\R( II PAST FOR PRIM I.SS MWANZA (Tanean>ika) Mon. Snakr dancers tarry in k spitting roltras and luitff, spade -headed python it 1 4 rHi rii past Princess Margaret at tribal gathering today. Princess prrsrntrd With Set of six zebra-hide drums —A P. (See picture P 3)

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GUIDANCE FROM PEKING IS NEEDED [ARTICLE]

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GUIDANCE FROM PEKING IS NEEDED LONDON, Mon. The Times said today that if the Government of Communist China would give some guidance to Chinese in Malaya, the chance of peaceful progress towards independence in both the Federation and Singapore "could be enormously increased." In a leading: article on the recenj

Death in the corridors stalked the children [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death in the corridors stalked the children TIIE DAY TWO IXSAXE GrXMEX HFXD IT A VILLAGE •■mi imiiiiiii.iiiiiiIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMII Ransom note to farmers said: Pay up or else... 17V3R six hours the 92 •T children and four teachers of a small village school in southern Italy cowered in terror as two

A NEW LIFE FOR 250,000 OUTCASTS [ARTICLE]

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A NEW LIFE FOR 250,000 OUTCASTS BOMBAY, Mon. Nearly 250,000 Hindu untouchables beca m c Buddhists at Hagpur yesterday in what was claimed to be the biggest mass religious conversion in history. The converts were led by Dr B R. Amberikar, a former cabinet minister, who took a leading part

Singing Jamaicans qui Britain—the weather was too much for them [ARTICLE]

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Singing Jamaicans qui Britain— the weather was too much for them LONDON, Mon. HUNDREDS of Jamaicans who came to Britain as the "promised land" »re having second thonfhte. The rush back home is growing daily. It it the Engliih weather that has beaten most of the immigrants from the West

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34 DIE IN WORST INDIAN FLOODS [ARTICLE]

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34 DIE IN WORST INDIAN FLOODS NEW DELHI, Mon.— Thirty four people were drowned in Bikanpur, 18 miles from Delhi, during heafloods caused by Hindan river. The river has lnucdj-, thousands of acres afi2 and flooded scores of lages. In Delhi the ers of the rivr r 'j\l: which are

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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LONDON: Two parlours pn in: a large Leeds hospita" that 340 student say goodnight to their k friends in comfort. Two courtins rooT.s been furnished with carpets, arm-chair's couches t 0 make the p. and their friends coe:able.

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ATHENS: *Xin c Pai f Greece is reported y.r.i-. ing to dismiss most of 1 180 servants and rr.ov c a smali house in a sut following tlv par squabble over Royal apenses.

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AMSTERDAM: C Chamberlain I G V; Maasdijk said he Uj the London "Sur.cay Tutorial" for iibei for qi;c:::: him as the source o! i story about a to dethrone Qu«

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BRITAIN PROTESTS TO CHINA [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN PROTESTS TO CHINA Please discipline troops who chased refugees over border 9 Last patrol soldiers are withdrawn from Kowloon riot areas LONDON, Monday. DRIT AIN has protested to the Peking Governmint at a recent violation of the border between Honj? Kong and China by Chinese mtier troops, a Foreign

Killed mother [ARTICLE]

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Killed mother SAN FRANCISCO, Mon.— A berserk gunman, who killed his mother and critically wounded his father and sister, surrendered today when he was trapped in a small cav c along the face of a 250-ft cliff.— A.P.

THE PRINCESS ACCEPTS A BOUQUET FROM HER NAMESAKE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE PRINCESS ACCEPTS A BOUQUET FROM HER NAMESAKE Princess Margaret, visiting the hospital at Tanga in Tanganyika, is presented with a gift of flowers by her namesake, Margaret Davies. A.P. picture.

AFTER 16 DAYS IN MINE, 11 TRAPPED MEN ESCAPE [ARTICLE]

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AFTER 16 DAYS IN MINE, 11 TRAPPED MEN ESCAPE \I.CI TTA. Mon. Eleven miners crawled out of the Hurra Dhemo o.ilmm,. near Asansol, 130 miles west of Calcutta, today after having been trapped on Sept. 29, when part of the colliery collapsed after heavy run and entombed 39 men. Mine

Woke up among coffins [ARTICLE]

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Woke up among coffins LE HAVRE. Mon. Gilbert driving an 18-ton ra-shed through an r'a display window log here yesterday knocked unconscious, he came to he found j f surrounded by roffins and funerary j lons. He fainted again -Reuter. I

Crash kills 8 [ARTICLE]

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Crash kills 8 TOKYO. Mon. An express train slammed into a student 1 excursion train near Rokken station tonight, killing eight to lo people and injuring i about 60.— A.P.

House was littered with $50 banknotes [ARTICLE]

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House was littered with $50 banknotes Taxi driver's hoard— in pots, pans, pockets T^EW YORK, Sun. Police carted away barrels of money yesterday from the cur-rency-cluttered home of a taxi driver, whose hoard was discovered by authorities when they investigated a robbery attempt. The money, reported to exceed $150,000, ranged

INDONESIA SACKS 2 ARMY COLONELS [ARTICLE]

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INDONESIA SACKS 2 ARMY COLONELS JAKARTA. Mon. The Army announced today that the chiefs of the intelligence and information departments had been relieved of their posts because they had made public the setting up of a commission to investigate the political activities of some officers. The intelligence chief was Lieut.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Mon. Closing middle prices of selected stock not Including stamp duty were: LOANS Consols £52 11/16 +3/16 Funding 4% £85', War 34% £72 tX, BANKS Mercantile (£5) MM +1/32 Eastern (£5) £7* Chartered (£1) 36/14 Hongkong ($125) INK INSURANCE Com. UQ. (ut«.) 84/4»4 +/6 Royal 82/14 +1/Prudenttal

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON, Mon. Spot 28 T .d., Nov. 27d.. Dec. 27Kd. Jan-Mar. 27' i.d., April-June 26\d., JulySept. 26>id. Oct. c.l.f. 26"id., Nov. elf. 26% d. Tone: Steady.

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDOK. Mon. CMsh Buyers £800. sellers £802. Forward Buyers £780, sellers £782. Settlement £795 Turnover a.m. 60 ton*, p.m. 75 ton*.

Britain backs move by Iraq [ARTICLE]

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Britain backs move by Iraq LONDON, Mon. The Foreign Office said today that the movement of Iraqi troops into the Jordan would "contribute to stability in a troubled area." The British Government, a spokesman said, has s 0 advised Israel to calm her fears over the proposed move, which reportedly

Return to power [ARTICLE]

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Return to power WARSAW, Mon. Mr. Wladyslaw Gomulka, the Communist leader who was thrown out of the party and imprisoned for alleged "Titolst" deviations, is expected to make a triumphant return to power when the members of the central committee open a special session tomorrow. Mr. GomulKa was accused In

Jags withdraw [ARTICLE]

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Jags withdraw LONDON, Mon. The British Jaguar Car Company announced last night that "after very serious consideration" they were withdrawing from international racing and other competitive events. No official entries or works teams would be entered for events on the 1957 racing calendar. —Reuter. I

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Penang schools on guard against infiltration [ARTICLE]

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Penang schools on guard against infiltration OUT SOON: 'BLACK LIST' OF COLONY STUDENTS DENANG. Mon. The Educa--1 tion Department will soon receive a "black list" of students expelled from Singapore schools and Chinese schools here will be told to shut their doors on these students. Many anxious Federation parents with

Youth sent for trial on robery charge [ARTICLE]

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Youth sent for trial on robery charge A YOUTH, alleged to have taken part in a robbery at Tiong Bahru on Feb. 9, 1955, was arrested at Batu Pahat in September this year, a Singapore preliminary inquiry was told yesterday. Cheng Poh Kirn was committed to stand trial at the

'NO REASON FOR HER TO HIT ME' [ARTICLE]

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'NO REASON FOR HER TO HIT ME' Aocuted wife was fond of husband Chopper attack story CYRIL IGNATIUS DANKER, a stenographer employed by a Singapore firm of lawyers, told the Assize Court yesterday that his wife, Annie Danker, was fond of him and he knew no reason why she attacked

All because boy would not write... [ARTICLE]

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All because boy would not write... BECAUSE her boy friend refused to write to her. a 16-year-old schoolgirl tried j to end her life by jumping I into the sea at Clifford Pier early yesterday morning. She was rescued by a passing sampan. Later Lilian Chee was I produced before

Dinner party [ARTICLE]

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Dinner party SEGAMAT. Mon. The North Johore Government Workers' Union entertained Inche Majld to dinner on his appointment as chairman of the daily-paid workers' Whitley Council.

Penang's call: Keep our trade free [ARTICLE]

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Penang's call: Keep our trade free PENANG, Monday. TIRADE leaders here are expected to defend the x island's free port status when they meet the Minister for Commerce, Dr. Ismail bin Abdul Rahman, tomorrow. The Minister arrived here today and met representatives of UMNO at UMNO Hall in MacAlister Road.

Courtesy call [ARTICLE]

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Courtesy call The Vice Prime Minister of Laos, Mr. Katary D. Sasorith, yesterday paid a courtesy call on the Singapore Chief Minister, Mr. Lim Yew Hock.

Bikini girl Olive to 'rest' in HK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bikini girl Olive to 'rest' in HK LOVELY Olive Leon, who has been raising Singapore temperatures with her bikini sons and dance acts, left for Hone Konc by BOAC yesterday. She said: "I want to have a good rest and think of something new for my next Federation show." She

Acid attack in street [ARTICLE]

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Acid attack in street PENANG, Mon A cyclist rode off during the weekend after throwing acid on a pedestrian. K. Ponnusamy. Ponnusamy was walking along Pitt Street with a friend when an unknown man wearing a raincoat, cycled up to them and suddenly hurled acid. The man escaped on his

Swimming club sweep results [ARTICLE]

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Swimming club sweep results The following are results of I the Singapore Chinese Swimmine Club Olympic Fund Sweep held on Saturday. First Prize: No. XXXXX3; second prizes Nos. XXXXX3 and XXXXX3; starters Nos. XXXXX, XXXXX XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX XXXXX, XXXXX, XXXXX XXXXX2, XXXXX5, XXXXX.

Consul calls [ARTICLE]

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Consul calls The new Burmese Consul in Singapore, U Kyaw yesterday paid a courtesy call on the Chief Minister, Mr Urn Yew Hock.

FEW TRY FOR 'BUY LOCAL' PRIZE [ARTICLE]

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FEW TRY FOR 'BUY LOCAL' PRIZE rpHERE has been little response in Singapore to the Government's $250 competition for the best designed label promoting the buying of locally made I goods. Only three entries have been received for the competition which closes next Saturday. The Minister for Commerce and Industry,

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Regional SINGAPORE Short wave Km. Medium wave 470 m. A.M. 7.1S Time Signal And Opening Annct; 7.10 Morning Serenade; 7.30 News; 7.35 A Date With Music; 8.00 News Headlines: 8.02—8.30 A Date With Music: P.M. 5.00 Light Music; 5.30 6 00 Calling All Children; 6.56—6.56 Regional Annet. 380 Metres and

A NEW LIFE FOR MARGARET IN BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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A NEW LIFE FOR MARGARET IN BRITAIN I rom HALL ROMNEY i ON DON, Mon. Six- r old Margaret Lim, abandoned by parents when only 29 days old. has ■da new life in Britain. when a young Briiple. Capt. Patrick on of the Royal Corps and his wife :.>ited a

Lucky man gives prize away [ARTICLE]

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Lucky man gives prize away .itxire businessman, Abdoolkader, has wing machine which the St. Patrick's .n fair to the SATA tatlon Centre. xas lucky," he said, "but re other unlucky

NAAFI thief [ARTICLE]

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NAAFI thief tmaniam, of Changi, rday jailed for 18 I Uu for breaking into a j AF I. store at Selarang Barracks o n July 30 and steal- ttes, worth $233, and ties of liquour.

Lake film show [ARTICLE]

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Lake film show KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The Information Department's monthly film show will be held at the Lake Gardens here on Sunday at 7.30 p.m.

CLASSROOM SIT-DOWN ENDS [ARTICLE]

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CLASSROOM SIT-DOWN ENDS We're so sorry we behaved like this, as teU headmaster and teachers KAMPAR'S STUDENT STRIKERS GO BACK TO THEIR LESSONS KAMPAR, Monday. rHF 28 students of Form 111 of the Methodist Afternoon School here, who went on a sit- ,wn strike on Friday and Saturday, today jjised

OLYMPIC VANGUARD OF THREE FLY OUT ON A SMOOTH THE WAY' MISSION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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OLYMPIC VANGUARD OF THREE FLY OUT ON A SMOOTH THE WAY' MISSION THE VANGUARD of the Federation's team for the Olympic Games at Melbourne next month left Singapore for Sydney by Qantas yesterday They were Mr. N. M. Vasasam, the Federation Olympic Council secretary, Mr. Moe Fu Kiat. secretary of

COFFEE ON THE JOB [ARTICLE]

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COFFEE ON THE JOB WORKERS of the SingaCouncil Gas Deartment will not have their afternoon tea-break, but they be served with reent». Explaining the agreement •>n this point bethe council and the Gas Department Workers' Union, the acting City President, Mr. R. Middleton-Smith, told the council yesterday: "We will arrange

Lim to open religious conference [ARTICLE]

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Lim to open religious conference SINGAPORE* Chief Minister, Mr. Lim Yew Hock, will open a World Religious Day conference at the Victoria Memorial Hall on Friday. This yearly conference Is being held to bring people of different faiths together and remove prejudices and ignorance. Mr. Shirin Fozdar. president of the

Debate on town and country [ARTICLE]

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Debate on town and country JOHORE BAHRU, Mon. A debate will be held at the Unity Boys' Club here on Thursday at 3 p.m. The subject to be debated is: "Which is preferable, town life or country life?"

Soldier fined [ARTICLE]

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Soldier fined JOHORE BAHRU, Mon. Pte. E. Benstead, of the Queen's Royal Regiment, was fined $50 in the Magistrate's Court here today for driving a military truck negligently and colliding with a telephone standard on June 25.

Canine Welfare dance [ARTICLE]

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Canine Welfare dance The Singapore Canine Welfare Association will hold its annual dance at the Fraser and Neave pavilion in River Valley Road on Dec. 1. Highlight of the evening will be a "Bride of the Year" contest, details of which will be announced later. The association's annual general meeting

Public holiday [ARTICLE]

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Public holiday TPOH. Mon. Wednesday will be a public holiday in Perak in celebration of the Prophet Mohamed's birthday anniversary.

SOLDIER DIDN'T LIKE THE CORPORAL'S ATTITUDE [ARTICLE]

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SOLDIER DIDN'T LIKE THE CORPORAL'S ATTITUDE AN ARGUMENT between a soldier and a N.C.O. one night in Singapore last month had nothing to do with L/Cpl. Thomas Dixon Raynor, aged 21. But Raynor, of the Singapore District Workshop, REME. did not like the N.C.O. or his attitude towards the soldier.

More equipment for sports centre [ARTICLE]

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More equipment for sports centre WEEKLY CLOSING NOW ON MONDAY UROM next week the Singapore Youth Sports Cen- tre will be closed every Monday to give the staff a holiday in place of Sundays, when the centre re- mains open. The centre's gymnasium Is closed until Tuesday while more equipment

Blackout in High Street [ARTICLE]

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Blackout in High Street A row of shops in High Street, Singapore, was without electricity last night after a short circuit in a main switch. A spokesman for the City Electricity Engineer's Department told the Straits Times that the necessary repairs could not be made until this morning. The blackout

Rush to beat the $24 tin pay-out [ARTICLE]

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Rush to beat the $24 tin pay-out FOH, Mon. —In an unprecedented rush that broke all records, Perak tin miners delivered more than 7,000 piculs of ore to purchasing agents during the weekend. Smelting companies which buy the ore kept open on Saturday and Sunday to cope with the rush.

Conference on tuberculosis [ARTICLE]

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Conference on tuberculosis About 100 delegates and observers from Malaya and neighbouring territories will attend the first pan-Malayan tuberculosis conference at the Royal Singapore Tuberculosis Clinic from Nov. 1 to 4. The conference, sponsored by the Singapore Anti-Tuber-culosis Association, will be opened by the Governor, Sir Robert Black.

Bandit clash [ARTICLE]

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Bandit clash KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. A patrol of the Ist. Bn., Rhodesian Rifles, fired on two terrorists in the Tangkak area on Friday. There were no known casualties.

Mess burgled [ARTICLE]

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Mess burgled IPOH, Mon. A burglar broke into the officers' ness of the 15/19 Hussars in Tarnbun Road and stole $92, a camera and a gold wrist watch early yesterday morning.

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INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY 200. Keng Lee Road, 2 p.m. MOVEMENT: Free film show, YJtt.CA.: Australian accounOeneral HospiUl, 7.15 pjn. tancy examinations, Orchard Road. DALE CARNEGIE CLUB: Re- 9 15 am fresher course, Shaws Theatrette. CHINESE V.M.C.A. (off Princt 116 Robinson Road, 6.15 p.m. to Edward Road) Table-tennis, body- 815 om building,

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS 10 Word, $10 (minimum). HAY: On 7th Oct., at Broughty Ferry, Scotland, after a short illness. Peter Hay late of United Engineers Ltd. JACKSON: On October 7th at a Kursing Home in Eire, Robert Devonsher, late of P.WJD. Malaya, In his 81st year. MISS RUTH LIM, aged 70, beloved

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 20 Word, $10 (minimum). FOLLOW PEDANT Every Day to the "Malay Mall" If you want to win that $5,000 word puzzle. TUNBRIDOE WELLS WATER Biscuits, delightful with Cheese, by Romarys. Maker of Biscuits for the Connoisseur. Sole Agents. Robinson's. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS •howroom 24A Clemenceau House (adjoining Redlflusion) Penang

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT :</ Word* tlO (minimum). MR. P.V. SAMUEL and children gratefully thank all the friends •nd relatives who helped, attended the funeral and sent floral wreaths and messages of condolence, at their recent be. -avement.

The Straits Times Singapore, Tues. Oct. 16, 1956. Federation Budget [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Singapore, Tues. Oct. 16, 1956. Federation Budget Changes practically each year in the method of presenting the Federation's budget make detailed comparison tedious and difficult, if not almost impossible. But the over-all figures stand out, however they are allocated or divided, and the changes have produced now

A Turning Point [ARTICLE]

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A Turning Point Eleven years after Hiroshima, atomic power appears as a benefactor of humanity. Human wisdom has caught up with human knowledge. Atomic energy has at last been harnessed commercially in the service of man at Calder Hall atom station in Britain. The station will be opened officially by

Case In Point [ARTICLE]

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Case In Point The cost of equipping each member of Singapore's team for the Olympic Games at Melbourne will be just under $100; outfits for the Federation's team members will cost just about $300 each. It is entirely a matter for the Olympic Games committee in each territory to decide

CHINA ENTERS THE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CHINA ENTERS THE ALLINGTON KENNARD by The Chines* Communists art quite proud of the industrial progress they are making. The principal targets of the =j first five-year plan have been surpassed. But Chinese leaders admit that even when the second five year plan is completed in 1962 China will still

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$27,000 LIQUOR FRAUD-18 MONTHS [ARTICLE]

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$27,000 LIQUOR FRAUD-18 MONTHS KOTA BHARU, Mon.— A former storekeeper of Guthrie and Co. here was today sentenced to 18 months' Jail for criminal breach of trust of 336 cases of stout worth $27,370. Bradley Iredale Bates, It %%s said, surrendered to the police four days after the itout wan

Br. PATRICK (35 YEARS IN MALAYA) DIES [ARTICLE]

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Br. PATRICK (35 YEARS IN MALAYA) DIES MALACCA, Mon. Brother Patrick, who until his retirement last month was Director of St. Francis* Inscitution. died in the General Hospital here yesterday. He mi 64. He first came to Malaya (t t. Ireland 35 years ago ir.d was particularly wellD Penang. where

That 'Shlewgo' test 'it's ideal' [ARTICLE]

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That 'Shlewgo' test 'it's ideal' IMPORTANT THING IS TACKl.iiir. A HEW PR ALL YOU NEED IS A BIT OF ABSTRACT THOUGHT, SAYS UNESCO EXPERT A Tiivpcrn o j,, i L KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. A S£Slv f^ca,Vonal psychology expert today attacked critics of^the n J n hwo Lin intelligence test for

ZAHRAH THE PILGRIM BABY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ZAHRAH THE PILGRIM BABY YOUNGEST pilgrim to retorn to Singapore from Mecca three-month-old Zahrah. She was born in Mecca while her parents were making the pilgrimage. Zahrah was among the last 238 pilgrims who arrived from Jeddah in Singapore yesterday In the Anklng— Straits Times picture.

Wedding smiles from happy couple [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wedding smiles from happy couple MR. J. P. FERNANDEZ and his bride, the former Miss Mary Ellen Miranda, after their wedding yesterday at the rnurch of Our Lady of Lourdes. Singapore. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. J. V. Miranda of Singapore. The bridegroom is the son of

Bosses say: No merdeka crisis [ARTICLE]

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Bosses say: No merdeka crisis 'THERE'S NOTHING TO INDICATE IT KUALA LUMPUR. Monday. ■EMPLOYERS and industrial leaders said here to- day there was no reason to expect a series of industrial crises when the Federation achieved inde- pendence. They were commenting on a statement made by a leading trade unionist.

Birthday for two [ARTICLE]

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Birthday for two Seven hundred people at the Singapore Hotel last night celebrated the first anniversary of the Malay Farm Girls' Club. But all the "Happy Birthdays" went to the Chief Minister. Mr. Lim Yew Hock. It turned out to be his birthday. Models from the Singapore Charm and Mannequin

Minister warns of 'vile people' [ARTICLE]

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Minister warns of 'vile people' BENTONG. Mon. The Minister for Labour. Mr. V. T. Sambanthan. told a rally of 300 people here last night that "vile" elements were trying to wreck the unity of the Alliance. These elements aimed at creating trouble for the Government, he said.

Off duty, he rescues a woman [ARTICLE]

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Off duty, he rescues a woman PUCE INSPECTOR, J. A Wilson yesterday saw a young woman being molested at Fort Canning Rise yesterday afternoon and arrested a 14-year-old boy after a 100--yard chase. Inspector Wilson, who was off duty and driving with friends saw the incident near the old cemetery.

Baby dies in mishap [ARTICLE]

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Baby dies in mishap A year-old baby Yeo Slew |Joo, was run over and killed by a lorry at Boon Teck Road, Singapore, at 6 p.m. yesterday. He was in the arms of his 11-year-old aunt, Wong Seok Heng, when the lorry hit him on the shoulder and knocked him

TYPHOID BAN ON FESTIVAL [ARTICLE]

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TYPHOID BAN ON FESTIVAL Muslims take health officer's advice PENANG; Mon. BECAUSE of the present D outbreak of typhoid in BuWt McrUJam. Muslims in central Province Welloalcy will not celebrate the Prophet Mohamed's birthday on Wednesday. Mass meetings or rallies are prohibited. "On the advice of the health department we

Visiting Scout [ARTICLE]

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Visiting Scout Major-General D. C. Spry, director of the Boy Scouts International Bureau, London, will arrive in Singapore on Oct. 24 for a three day visit.

No PAP meet [ARTICLE]

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No PAP meet The Singapore Police have rejected an application from the People's Action Party to hold a public meeting at the Beauty World Park (seventh mile Bukit Timah) this evening.

Leader quits [ARTICLE]

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Leader quits Mr. S. Sundaraju, yesterday announced his resignation as chairman of the Singapore Unemployment Society.

Rehearsal off [ARTICLE]

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Rehearsal off The Singapore Chamber Ensemble will not hold its usual weekly rehearsal this evening, because of the Muslim holiday. Rehearsals will continue as usual next week.

TOP UMNO PROBE ON KHATIJAH CASE [ARTICLE]

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TOP UMNO PROBE ON KHATIJAH CASE KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The secretary-gen-eral of U.M.N.0.. Inche Senu bin Abdul Rahman, will leave for Johore Bahru this week to inquire into the expulsion of vicepresident Che Khatijah Sidek. Che Khatijah, leader of the u.M.N.O.'s Kaum Ibu was expelled recently for allegedly flouting party

Man killed from train [ARTICLE]

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Man killed from train KUALA KANOSAR, Mon.— A railway labourer, Mat Deha bin Eyed Ibrahim, was bound over by the Sungei Siput Magistrate in $500. for six months for causing the death of a fellow labourer, Mohamed Yatim bin Kulop Samad, by a rash act not amounting to culpable homicide.

MAN AND WIFE ACQUTITED ON RE-TRIAL [ARTICLE]

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MAN AND WIFE ACQUTITED ON RE-TRIAL KUMARAPPA CHETTIAR, 63, and his wife, Tan Phek Slang, 41, who were convicted In the Singapore Third Criminal District Court on April 13, on a charge of cheating a widow of $8,000, were acquitted of the charge yesterday without their defence being called. They

REFUSED LOAN -SO HE DIED [ARTICLE]

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REFUSED LOAN -SO HE DIED Court told of chisel slaying A CARPENTER who had refused a loan to a friend was killed when the friend ran amok a few days later, it was alleged at a Singapore preliminary in- quiry yesterday. Kuan Ah Meng, 60, was committed for trial at

Warning to hunters [ARTICLE]

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Warning to hunters Don 't hurt elephants A LOR STAR, Mon. The Kedah Game Warden, Tuan Syed Abdullah Aidld, today urged hunters not to hurt wild elephants. "When hurt, they become rogues," he warned. Tuan Abdullah said that even birdshot would upset an elephant. He believed the giant bull tusker

Police detain a suspect [ARTICLE]

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Police detain a suspect Singapore Police yesterday detained a 21-year-old Chinese who. they believe, is a member of a gang known to have committed 10 robberies last month. A revolver was recovered. The man will be charged In court today.

School for aborigines [ARTICLE]

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School for aborigines JOHORE BAHRU, Mon. inche Ibrahim bin Abdul Majid, Assistant District Officer, Pontian, yesterday opened a Malay school for aborigine children at Kuala Redan in the Pontian area of Johore. Clothes, food parcels, exercise books and pencils were distributed to the students by the Social Welfare Department. The

Parade by Muslims [ARTICLE]

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Parade by Muslims 6,000 TO JOIN PROCESSION ABOUT 6,000 Muslims in Singapore and the surrounding islands will make a two-mile march this afternoon to mark the 1,416 birthday anniversary of the Prophet Mohamed. The mass procession, which will take about three hours will highlight one of the most lavish religious

Sir Robert to attend display [ARTICLE]

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Sir Robert to attend display The Governor of Singapore. Sir Robert Black, and Lady Black will attend the ninth anniversary display and exhibition at the Gimson School for Boys at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Lady Black will distribute the prizes at the exhibition, which was postponed in June owing to

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HOW TO SLIM QUICKLY [ARTICLE]

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HOW TO SLIM QUICKLY COME of Singapore's curviest women who want to trim down the waistline and lose a few unwanted pounds, are going about their homes looking like characters from outer space in plastic shirts and full-length plastic pants. This, of course, is the old idea of "sweating it

TRAVEL POSES SOME FAMILY PROBLEMS What A Life! [ARTICLE]

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TRAVEL POSES SOME FAMILY PROBLEMS What A Life! Christine YiT&^i MONDAY TT has been quite a job 1 to book passages on a ship because we want to go by freighter, but we managed to get accommodation in the end. Today we learn with dismay that the ship has been

Show a pretty leg with the new shoes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Show a pretty leg with the new shoes TOPICS FOR WOMEN... BY SUSAN BARRIE The newest American shoes on sale in Singapore are the prettiest way to show off slender ankles and shapely legs. New colours and material make them subtle flatterers. TRANSPARENT PLASTIC, marble- grained patent leather, metallic cloth

Types music [ARTICLE]

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Types music A LONDON woman, who was formerly a professional musician, has invented a typewriter which will Drint music. It has 46 keys and an inch-wide ribbon. Eight shift keys move the type face up and down the stave. The inventor claims that a typist who knows something about music,

MR. LIM WAS A DRAW [ARTICLE]

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MR. LIM WAS A DRAW WHEN the Chief Minister, Mr. Urn Yew Hock, was guest speaker at the Business and Professional Women's luncheon in the weekend, the organisers found it impossible to find room for all the guests who wished to attend. Lady Scott, wife of th Commissioner-General and president

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WHY I TRAVEL ALONE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHY I TRAVEL ALONE PETER TOWNSEND By 'Loneliness is a fearful fhing, but there is always with you an Eternal Presence' IF I may be forgiven a rather elementary treatment of the >roblem. I found that the trouble In planning my round the rid drive was that the American, African,

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BRITAIN BOUGHT 25 PER CENT OF MALAYA'S RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN BOUGHT 25 PER CENT OF MALAYA'S RUBBER By Our Market Correspondent DRITAIN was the best customer for Malaya s rubber in the first nine months of this year and in that time bought nearly 25 per cent of all Malayan rubber shipments which totalled Britain" 8 actual purchases during

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES The Malayan Exchange Banks Asoeiatlon made the following changes in its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to $100):— New Yerk: buying airmail: T.T. 32 9/16, O.D. 32 11/16, 90 d/st 32 15/16 credit bills, 33 trade bills. Canada: buying airmail: T.T. 31 3/4 OJ3. 31 7/8, 90

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES November first grade rubber buyers f.o.b. closed in Singapore yesterday at 92 U centa per lb.. up one-eighth of cent on Friday's closing price. The closing tone was quiet and slightly steadier. Closing prices In centa per lb. yesterday were: OFFICIAL: No. 1 RS.S, Spot f.o.b. buyers 92

Borneo dividend [ARTICLE]

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Borneo dividend The Borneo Company Ltd. will pay a final ordinary dividend or 15 per cent, leaa tax, for the year ended March 11.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES Singapore Chinese Produce Exchange: noon prices per plcui yesterday were: Copra: quiet- Oct. $26'» buyers, $26^ sellers. Coconut oil: quiet; bulk $40 > 4 sellers, drum $43% sellers. Pepper; quiet: no business reported done: Muntok white $105, Sarawak $104. special Sarawak black $73 (all unchanged). Singapore Copr» Association

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS lOUq TNVESTME a firm tone \ur h nar^ tions on the Stock Exr today. Trading active with few heaw recorder. In mininwere strong. Gold h variable. a i Loans 3'»% 1856-59 tr-, Loans IOiC-lt. Con. Zinc Bank of N.S.W Mount Lyell N. Broken Hill HiU 50 Mount Morgan

Quarterly output [ARTICLE]

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Quarterly output Suntei Way tin ore a- the quarter ended Se-*-' was 4.645 piculs. No. 2 Dredge resumed on July 21, after electrical drive and fSI pontoon. Prom that da>;V.~, were working

TALAM MINES [ARTICLE]

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TALAM MINES I Talam Mine* output 9* 1 ber was 395 piculs.

OFFICIAL PRICES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL PRICES SINGAPORF n., 1 Per 1b (up on. a cent). TIN: $388.62* (d COPRA S minan. per Jg chanred).

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Paper company to build new factory here [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Paper company to build new factory here A LEADING paper products manufacturing company in Malaya, Singapore Paper Products Ltd., has plans to build a new factory costing $250,000 in the Colony, early next year, to cope with its growth of business. The factory, which will incorporate the latest industrial designs

Iron ore production increase [ARTICLE]

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Iron ore production increase FLON ORE production in Malaya will be increased considerably when the new 51.50 C.000 Tambun Mining Company comes Into production by the end of this month. This is the third iron mine to start production in Perak. The other two are the Malayan Mining Company and

NEW MAN FOR AGENCY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEW MAN FOR AGENCY ANEW ACCOUNT executive recently joined Masters Ltd., the advertising agency. He is Mr. Bruce Lockwood aged 22 of Sydney, Australia. Before coming to Singapore Mr. Lockwood was with George Patterson Ptv. Ltd. He attended the same advertising school in Sydney as Mr. Hayden Lacey, another account

Synthetic: A warning [ARTICLE]

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Synthetic: A warning A WARNING that natural rubber growers cannot afford to regard the powerful research activity in the American synthetic rubber industry with equanimity is given by Mr. R O. Jenkins, chairman of Prang Besar Rubber Estate Ltd. New and more formidable opponents to natural than GR-S are on

New German, Swiss watches for Colony market [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New German, Swiss watches for Colony market A MOVE is being made in Singapore by a repreA sentative company of two watch factories in Europe to introduce yet more types of watches into the Colony. Mr. c. K. Shah, proprietor of the Crown Watch Co., of Bombay, announced this last

Diesel engines find big market in Malaya [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Diesel engines find big market in Malaya THE Far East sone manager of a large British diesel engine manufacturing company, Mr. D. G. Little, arrived in Singapore last week on a week's visit to contact acents and distributors. Mr. Little, from F. Perkins and Co.. Peterborough will also visit Hong

SWEDISH COMPANY EXPAND BUSINESS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SWEDISH COMPANY EXPAND BUSINESS fTHE only Swedish fur- niture manufacturing company in Malaya Wendt (Singapore) Ltd., are planning to expand their business because they report increasing demand for their products. The company are now negotiating the appointment of agents in the Federation. Mr. Hendrik Maandag. manager of the company, said

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U.S. WILL DOMINATE SPRINTS AT MELBOURNE [ARTICLE]

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U.S. WILL DOMINATE SPRINTS AT MELBOURNE Record man couldn't hold his place By HAROLD ABRAHAMS (Britain's Olympics Gold Medallist) W___ LONDON, Monday. HEN I am asked, and on the average I am asked at least once a day, "How many gold medals do you expect Great Britain to bring home?"

ÜBER CUP PLAY IN EARNEST BEGINS [ARTICLE]

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ÜBER CUP PLAY IN EARNEST BEGINS LONDON, Mon. ANEW badminton season is at hand and 1956-57 marks a forward step in the came as nearly a doien nations prepare for the inaugural Über Cup tournament. In a month's time the real battle will be on for this handsome trophy, donated

Smirke wins on Tyrone [ARTICLE]

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Smirke wins on Tyrone PARIS, Mon. pHARUE Smlrke, the English Jockey, rode French-trained Tyrone to victory In the £8.500 Grand Criterlum, richest two-year-old race In Europe, run over a mile at Longchamp here yesterday. I Tyrone, owned by M. Jacques Puerarl, made all the running to win by five lengths

NARROW VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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NARROW VICTORY Khalsa Association edged Singapore Cricket Club 1-0 in a friendly hockey match on the padang yesterday. Harbajan Singh scored.

JOHORE TEAM TO MEET PENANG [ARTICLE]

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JOHORE TEAM TO MEET PENANG The Johore Badminton Association yesterday announced their team to meet the touring Penang team on Oct. 17 at Johore Bahru. The players are: Singles: Roland Ng. Omar Manap; Doubles: Robert Ng and Abbas Wahab, Ahmad Hajl Abdullah and Ang Kam Fatt; Women's singles: Shirley Yap.

ALL BLUES TEAM TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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ALL BLUES TEAM TOMORROW The All Blues team to meet Singapore Cricket Club at rugger on the padang tomorrow will be: Slvaratnam, Longpoteh, Chong Yew, Choon Mong, Teong Quee, Eng Slang, Bulat. Yuet Cheng. Mehta, Rickets, Sundram, JafTar' Thanl, Adams, Scharengulvel.

Italians win [ARTICLE]

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Italians win FLORENCE, Italy, Mon— The Italian national team yesterday scored a 102-99 victory over France In a two-day international track and field meet here. A.P.

Boos greet the Bailey antics [ARTICLE]

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Boos greet the Bailey antics MELBOURNE, Mon. AMERICAN educated f* Jim Bailey introdutfkd gamesmanship into the Australian track and field championships *nd drew boos of a hometown crowd. Bailey, home from the la. to run for Australia in the Olympic Games, won the 800-metres in 1:51.2 at the Olympic trials

Connoly does it again [ARTICLE]

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Connoly does it again BERKELEY, California, Mon.— Hal Connoly. of Boston, beat the official world record for the hammer throw with a distance of 216 ft. 10 'I in. during a training meeting for the U.S. Olympic team here. The distance was exactly 2ft. below his best throw on Oct.

Fourth victory for Ceylonese [ARTICLE]

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Fourth victory for Ceylonese CEYLON Sports Club scored their fourth consecutive victory when they trounced University of Malaya 3-1 In a S.H.A. first division league game at Balestier Road yesterday. This was the University's opening fixture In the league and It was not an impressive start although they fielded nine

ACCIDENT PUTS HIM OUT [ARTICLE]

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ACCIDENT PUTS HIM OUT TOKYO. Mon. i ONE OF Japan's Melbourne Olympic hopefuls In the high jump event was seriously Injured last nl?ht when he was run over by a car. The Japanese Athletic Association said that Noboru Kaaamatsu. 22. sustained stomach Injuries which wllj prevent him competing la the

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Malayan crack shots are Games early birds [ARTICLE]

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Malayan crack shots are Games early birds THE Federation's first Olympic Games competitors to reach Melbourne will be Liew Foh Shin and Moe Fu Kiat, two of the four members of the Shooting: Team. They left Singapore yesterday and Are due in Melbourne today more than a month before the

Colony sending 65 to Games [ARTICLE]

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Colony sending 65 to Games SOBC ACCEPTS ALL FOUR ATHLETES, TWO EXTRA HOCKEY PLATERS CONTINGENT LEADER: C C. Tan; VICE-LEADER: G. H. Kiat; CHEF DE MISSION: A. T. Rajah. Athletics Kesavan Soon (100 metres and 200 metres). Mary Klass (women's 100 metres and 200 metres), Janet Jesudason (women's 100 metres

SYSC will get more coaches very soon [ARTICLE]

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SYSC will get more coaches very soon T*HE Singapore Youth Sports Centre will have its coaching staff, which now stands at two, Raymond Kaufman and Wong Peng Soon increased very soon. In fact, the services of a gymnastic coach has already been acquired. On Oct. 22 when the gymnastic hall

ONLY GOAL WINS [ARTICLE]

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ONLY GOAL WINS Oan Eng Seng School beat St. Joseph's Institution 1-0 in sn In-ter-school hockey match at Anson Road yesterday. Eakar scored. St. Joseph's second string beat O.E.S. 2-0 in an earlier game.

Weights for Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Weights for Singapore Weight t for Saturday, first day of the Singapore Gold Cup meeting: Cl. l,Dlv. 1-1 M Bearer Bond 9.00 Three Rings 8.11 Little Pappa 8.11 Triatic 8.09 Nazakat 8.08 Zabaglione 8.07 Dantesque 8.06 South Pacific 8.04 Muffin Man 8.04 Shangrila 8.03 Adelaide Star 8.03 Cypress Point 8.02

REME get four off Reces [ARTICLE]

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REME get four off Reces T> E.M.E. beat S.R.C. 4—o In a v S.H.A. Dlv. 2 league hockey fixture on the padang yesterday. In another Dlv. 2 game; 8.0.D.C.A. trounced R.A.P. Changi 8-0 at St. George* Road Sanrokh Singh (4), Wmie Chin (2). Gupta and Klrpal Singh scored. R.A.S.C. trounced

WONG CHARGES 'SMC UNFAIR' —AND QUITS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WONG CHARGES 'SMC UNFAIR' —AND QUITS L. J. Parfitt parts company with his machine in dramatic style when he ran into a patch of oil in Sunday's Cup Hill Climb in Singapore He was unhurt and rode again later in the day.

Club not treating motor cyclists right, he says [ARTICLE]

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Club not treating motor cyclists right, he says By SAUL JOSHUA ONE of Singapore's best racing motor-cyclists K. C. Wong, has decided to quit the sport as 2 direct result of last Sunday's Gap Hill Climb ir Singapore. Wong was one of four competitors who fell at a sharp bend

Fastest '880' by Pereira —Lim [ARTICLE]

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Fastest '880' by Pereira —Lim KUALA LUMP' IUR. LIM TH iU coach for thr-F,? tion afhlft the Olympic l > made a surpri> nouncemem party which he members oi c ration O onti n 2 here today He said Kennrth P clocked 1 m:r 800 metres r Farrer Park when

Aussies set for defeat [ARTICLE]

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Aussies set for defeat KARACHI. Mon.-Pu*l were only six runs of victory over Australia close of the fourth days nb in the Test match her? They were 63 for oiit i their second inning-, ifl dismissing Australia for ii Pakistan led on the first h ings by 119 runs-199 Hi

Bad light stops tennis tie [ARTICLE]

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Bad light stops tennis tie The Singapore Chinest R«j! ter-flnal) tennis tie be:*< ter-flnal tennis tie beurtta 1 Eng Han ana Won); Chang Te had to be stopped halfway :>.:: the third set owing to the MA I light at Hong Llm Grca pu day. Tan En* Han (-30) nsJaA

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MKM—i Raffles Institution v The B:i<i XI ground. HOCKEY S.H.A. league, Div. 1: PoUtl R.N. PoUcf, paiUm; SBC. S.C.C., padanr; Dlv. 3: Windmt r B.A.F. Trnrah, St (iwrji Road- V.M.C.A. v Punjab Si Balestlrr Road SOCCER S.A.F.A. Div. 3: R.VF. (tut "A" T B.A.F. Teniah. Jil 7 p.m npaai S.C.R.C.