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The Straits Times, 18 July 1957

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
    AVIRUE DAILY CERTIFIED SA L E EXCEEDS 110.000 The Straits Times Mat*?* flew*"** Estd. 1845 SINGAPORE, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1957 15 CENTS  (22 words)
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  • $400,000 'LEAK' CHARGE [Articles]
    $400,000 'LEAK' CHARGE MORE SHOCKS AT TANJONG RAMBUTAW HOSPITAL INQUIRY 'Only 60 per cent of money spent on food was for patients' benefit* >ctor has 'samples' of costs IPOH, Wednesday. was a "leakage" of about $400,000 a in the ration accounts of the Central Hospital, Taniong Rambutan, it was it...  (1315 words)
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  • Sultan of Johore says 'no' [Articles]
    Sultan of Johore says 'no' From HALL ROMNEY LONDON, Wed— The Sultan of Johore said today that he had written to the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal declining an invitation to stand as a candidate for the election of Malaya's Paramount Ruler. "I feel I am too old to carry...  (87 words)
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  • 'STRIKE—AT YOUR OWN PERIL' [Articles]
    'STRIKE— AT YOUR OWN PERIL' Goode warns civil servants PENSIONABLE Government servants resorted to strike action at their own peril, warned the Chief Secretary, Mr. W. A. C. Goode in the Singapore Legislative Assembly yesterday. He was replying to an adjournment speech by the PAP leader, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew,...  (557 words)
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  • NEW YORKERS STAY HOME AS U.S. TESTS DEFENCE [Articles + Illustrations]
    NEW YORKERS STAY HOME AS U.S. TESTS DEFENCE BUSY Fifth Avenue, New York, before and during Operation Alert, a defence drill conducted in more than 100 American cities. The top picture shows pedestrians crossing a street in dense traffic. In the lower picture a Ipne policeman keeps watch while all...  (55 words)
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  • Phone board offers talks observers [Articles]
    Phone board offers talks observers TO JOIN MR. GAGAN AND HIS TEAM THE Singapore Telephone Board last night offered to place two of their members as observers in the team which is to negotiate with the S.T.B. Employees' Union on the wage demand dispute. It said in a statement that...  (293 words)
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  • Danger... [Articles]
    Danger WASHINGTON. Wed. Senator Wallace Bennet of Utah has introduced a Bill that would require clgarettte packets to carry a label reading: "Warning prolong, ed use of this product may result in cancer, lung, heart or circulatory ailments." Reuter.  (39 words)
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  • Order lifted [Articles]
    Order lifted CAIRO. Wed— The Egyptian Ministry of Finance today lifted sequestration orders imposed on Thomas Cook and Sons. Ltd at the time of the Suez crisis. Reuter.  (28 words)
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  • Pope slightly ill [Articles]
    Pope slightly ill VATICAN CITY Wed The Pope is slightly Indisposed with an infected tooth and swelling of his upper lip. Reuter.  (22 words)
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  • 25 HELD IN POLICE RAIDS [Articles]
    25 HELD IN POLICE RAIDS rpWENTY FIVE men were A arrested and a largi quantity of jewellery recovered in a series of predawn police raids in Singapore yesterday. Five men were arrested by detectives led by ASP Elam Din of the Secret Societies ■Branch. They were found in Serangoon and...  (116 words)
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  • Cairo talks [Articles]
    Cairo talks CAIRO. Wed. Mr. V.K. Krishna Menon, Indian Defence Minister, conferred today with President Nasser.  (16 words)
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  • IKE LIKES IDEA OF TALKS [Articles]
    IKE LIKES IDEA OF TALKS But beware of too great hopes, he warns WASHINGTON, Wed.—President Eisenhower said today that a meeting between Marshal Georgi Zhukov and Mr. Charles E. Wilson, the Soviet Union and United States Defencp Ministers, might well be useful. The President was replying to a question at...  (182 words)
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  • MENON IS INDIA'S M-JOY ENVOY [Articles]
    MENON IS INDIA'S M-JOY ENVOY NEW I -Lill, Wed.— The Defence Minister, Mr. V.K. Krishna Menon, will represent India at Malaya's independence celebrations next month, it was understood here today. Mr. Menon is now on his way back to India from London. In LONDON, it was announced that the Speakers...  (82 words)
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  • Boy stabbed in the back [Articles]
    Boy stabbed in the back Tay Boon Ho. 13. of Carey Road. Singapore, was stabbed in the back last night when he fought two thugs in the Great World car park. He was admitted to the General Hospital in a serious condition.  (42 words)
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  • Service 'axe' to fall on 200 [Articles]
    Service 'axe' to fall on 200 T^HE Army and the A R.A.F. in Singapore are to "axe" more than 200 employees soon. This follows a change of policy by the Par East Air Force and review of War Department establishments. The Army Civil Service and Air Ministry (Local Staff) unions...  (345 words)
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  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
    STOP PRESS ASSEMBLY UPROAR PARIS. Wed. French National Assembly session .suspended today when uproar broke out during debate on bill to incrcasr police powers. Reuter. FLU CUARD NICOSIA, Wed.—Stringent precautions have been launched to prevent Asian influenza from entering Cyprus. In Iraq health authorities closed •II schools.— Reuter.  (48 words)
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  • Page 1 Advertisements

    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      A RARE SELECTION OF CEYLON GEMS CONSISTING OF BLUE SAPPHIRES STAR SAPPHIRES STAR RUBIES S.P.H. de SUVA LTD. HICH ST. b AIRPORT SPORE 6 EMBANKMENT— X. LUMPUR 6 STATION RD. IPOH. fittdiofa IJUbdekas g PHILIPS RADIOS Ask your authorised PHILIPS radio dealer lor details of this outstanding MERDEKA Oder, bringmß...  (65 words)
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  • FLORA, FAUNA or HUMAN? THAT IS the QUESTION [Articles]
    FLORA, FAUNA or HUMAN? THAT IS the QUESTION IS the preservation of the ttora and fauna of Singapore more important than the preservation of the human species? This question arose in the Legislative Assembly yesterday when the Minister for Commerce and Industry, Mr. J M. Jumabhoy, said that the Nature...  (195 words)
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  • Italian recital next month [Articles]
    Italian recital next month Luigi Infantino, the Italian tenor, will give a recital at the Victoria Memorial Hall on Aug. 3. The programme, sponsored by the Singapore Musical Society, will include early Italian and Neapolitan songs. Luigi will be accompanied on the piano by Angelo Campori.  (46 words)
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  • Church fair [Articles]
    Church fair The Minister for Communications and Works, Mr. Francis Thomas, will open St. Peter's Church fun fair and fete on Saturday  (22 words)
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  • No British passports now unless you travel [Articles]
    No British passports now unless you travel PENANG, Wed. The Federation Immigration headquarters has decided to restrict the issue of British passports. As from last Monday, these passports have been granted only to British subjects and Federal citizens needing them for travelling; purposes. British passports will also be issued to...  (71 words)
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  • Theft of scrap [Articles]
    Theft of scrap JOHORE BAHRU. vVed. Er Puah was fined $300 hers today for stealing one kati of scrap rubber from Linden Estate on June 26.  (26 words)
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  • Unified transport—S.T.C. would be first to be taken over [Articles]
    Unified transport— S.T.C. would be first to be taken over BUT ASSEMBLY IS TOLD: NO DECISION YET ON PUBLIC AUTHORITY IF the Singapore Government should decide to establish a public transport authority, it would acquire the Singapore Traction Company first. But it has taken no final decision yet on the...  (463 words)
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  • Last day at work for man who gam Singapore its modern bus system [Articles + Illustrations]
    Last day at work for man who gam Singapore its modern bus system JOSEPH YEO By THE man who conA verted Singapore's old electric tramcar system into the modern one of trolley buses and omnibuses has retired from the passenger transport industry. He is Mr. A A. Ewlng, 61. general...  (470 words)
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  • Fine instead of jail term [Articles]
    Fine instead of jail term The sentence of two months' imprisonment imposed on Hou You Sing by a lower court was varied on appeal in the Singapore High Court yesterday to a fine of $200, in default two months' jail. Hou was convicted of possessing a wire clipper with the...  (63 words)
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  • Three men deny car theft [Articles]
    Three men deny car theft Three men. Tan Boon Leong, Tan Chwee Poh and Toh Thor Choo. pleaded not guilty in Singapore yesterday to a charge of stealing a car valued at $2,250 belonging to Lim Ah Say In Aliwal Street at 2.10 a.m. yesterday. They were detained in custody...  (53 words)
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  • N.Z. TROOPS FOR MALAYA NOT TO BE DELAYED [Articles]
    N.Z. TROOPS FOR MALAYA NOT TO BE DELAYED WELLINGTON, Wed. The New Zealand Government had no intention of postponing the despatch of an army battalion to Malaya, the Prime Minister. Mr. S. G. Holland, told the House of Representatives today. Mr. Holland said this in reply to a Labour Opposition...  (132 words)
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  • A BIG DAY FOP IPOH TRIPLETS [Articles + Illustrations]
    A BIG DAY FOP IPOH TRIPLETS HIGHLIGHT of a party at the Ipoh Salvation Army Girl's Home on Tuesday for the Thong triplets was the cutting of the six-lb steamershaped cake The cake was a pre- sent from Mr. A.C.A. hopkinson. a police officer, and Mrs. Hopkinson to the triplets...  (104 words)
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  • Page 2 Advertisements

    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      "Flying to London? Then see Europe on the way it costs no more by B.O.A.C.!" Plan now to fly B.O.A.C. Luxury "all-Slumbe- Amsterdam ista.i rette" First Class or low- fare Tourist Services. athens Stopover where you wish or fly direct to London BASLE and then visit PARIS. AMSTERDAM J BRUS...  (109 words)
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  • U.S. cuts her forces by 100,000 to save $200 mil. [Articles]
    U.S. cuts her forces by 100,000 to save $200 mil. IT WON'T MATERIALLY AFFECT DEPLOYMENT OF BIG COMBAT UNITS ABROAD WASHINGTON, Wednesday. pKKSIDKNT EISENHOWER, yesterday ipproved a 100,000-man cut in the United gtates armed forces to be carried out within the next six months. Secretary of Defence, Mr. Charles issued...  (181 words)
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  • SIR WINSTON CONFERS WITH HIS JOCKEY [Articles + Illustrations]
    SIR WINSTON CONFERS WITH HIS JOCKEY SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL, seated in a folding chair. confers in the paddock at Sandown Park with jockey Harry Carr. who rode his colt Holiday Time in the Star Stakes. The colt was unplaced. Reuter picture.  (41 words)
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  • NEW BID TO END THE REVOLT IN CELEBES [Articles]
    NEW BID TO END THE REVOLT IN CELEBES JAKARTA, Wed. High Government officials left Jakarta today by air for Menado, capital of North Celebes, to hold "brotherly discussions" with local leaders who nave defied the Central Government by declaring the North Celebes Islands of East Indonesia an autonomous province. Peace...  (144 words)
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  • Governors take lOpc pay cut [Articles]
    Governors take lOpc pay cut YEW DELHI. Wed.—Gover--1 Dl India's 14 states have decided on a voluntary cut of 10 per cent in dariej in view of 'the pn^ent need for re.uiministrative ex- c," the president's ;.it announced toThe governors receive a monthly salary of 5,500 'about M 53.500). iluntan...  (73 words)
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  • The Duke does it again [Articles]
    The Duke does it again LONDON Wtd.— The Duke of Edinburgh collided with a r the second time while playing Windsor Par* i rencester today. Ned in the saddle i .nriurt.— Reuter.  (32 words)
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  • FASTEST PLANE IN THE WORLD IS BRITISH [Articles]
    FASTEST PLANE IN THE WORLD IS BRITISH LONDON. Wed.— Britain's fastest fighter plane, the English Electric P.I. has broken the existing world speed record, the company announced today. They said the plane had flown faster than the present world record of 1.132 miles per hour held by the Fairey Delta-11....  (58 words)
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  • Now Scotsman by air [Articles]
    Now Scotsman by air EDINBURGH, Wed. The independent newspaper, the Scotsman, is producing an air mail edition for distribution in many parts of the world, the newspaper announced here yesterday. The scheme, which was described as an expanding n: >vement started at the beginning of this month when the special...  (59 words)
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  • Flying Saucers... [Articles]
    Flying Saucers... EXPERT THINKS THEY HAVE BASE IN BLUE MOUNTAINS NEAR SYDNEY OYDNEY, Wed. Mr. Jack Kunst, a flying .saucer authority, believes that the sighting of a mysterious object over Katoomba in the Blue Mountains about 50 miles from Sydney last night strengthens evidence of a flying saucer base somewhere...  (231 words)
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  • A 'SUICIDE SIT-DOWN' MAY BLOW HIM UP [Articles]
    A 'SUICIDE SIT-DOWN' MAY BLOW HIM UP rKYO. Wed— A Japanese larmer today told the authorities he was determined to stage a "suicide sit-down demonstration" In a practice target area used by U.S. bomber squadrons in Japan. The farmer, Mr. Kennosu Ke Nosaki. of Eniwa town, Hokkaido, northern Japan, said...  (140 words)
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  • THREE-WIFE PRINCE HALTS ONE-HUSBAND PROTEST [Articles]
    THREE-WIFE PRINCE HALTS ONE-HUSBAND PROTEST PNOMPENH. Wed. The fifth congress of the Popular Socialist Party which holds all the seats in Cambodia's National Assembly, ended its two-day session yesterday with a resounding approval of the country's bigamy laws. The discussion brought only one dissenter, a pretty sarong-wrapped feminist who rushed...  (100 words)
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  • LONDON STOCKS [Articles]
    LONDON STOCKS RUBBER LONDON. Wed. Spot 27'4d., Aug. 27>4d.. Sept. 27% d.. Oct.Dec. 27 4d., Jan-Mar. 27 '-sd. Am-il-June 27 d., July c.i.f. 27d.. Aug. c.l.f. 27d.. Sept. c.i.f. 27<«d. Tone: Lifeless. TIN LONDON. Wed— Buyers £748',. •sellers £749. Forward buyers 1746H, sellers £746. Settlement £748. Turnover a.m. 85 tons,...  (298 words)
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  • 3 die as typhoon rips up Colony [Articles]
    3 die as typhoon rips up Colony HONG KONG, Wed.— n Three Chinese were killed when the edge of typhoon "Wendy" struck this island with 85-mile-an-hour winds early this morning. The howling storm brought several houses crashing Into streets, cut electricity supplies, uprooted trees In the city centre and tore...  (228 words)
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  • Sara flying to funeral [Articles]
    Sara flying to funeral JAKARTA, Wed. Mr. M. Saravanamuttu, the Ceylon Minister in Indonesia, will leave here tomorrow by air for Colombo to attend the funeral of his brother. Li«ut.Col. P. Saravanamuttu. who died suddenly In Colombo last Tuesday.— Reuter.  (40 words)
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  • Ike gets present [Articles]
    Ike gets present WASHINGTON. Wed. President Eisenhower re ceived a cabinet of 22« pieces of table silver from Britain yesterday and said that he will always cherish It. Reuter.  (29 words)
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  • Page 3 Advertisements

    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
      FREE TRIAL DELICIOUS COFFEE (f^l AfQt^ j THE CUP IN A FEW SECONDS f'^^^Ml. Just imagine! A spoonful of powder in a cup. add hot water and like magic you have a delicious cup of aromat.c. flavoursomc. black coffee. That it all you have to do with economical Nescafe! No...  (125 words)
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    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
      st\s S>anUh ut'& worth a big bite! "^ulip" brand canned meat*. Chopped Ham Chopped Pork Luncheon Meat Cocktail Sausages OVERSEAS CORPORATION (For East) LTD. InCO'pO' Jtrd m Singapore) I a INDUSTRIAL ENGINES Capacities from 98 c.c. to 420 c.c. (1.85 h.p 2.1 h.p. (Ai illustrated). 3.85 h.p. 5.15 h.p. 615...  (183 words)
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  • MOVING HOUSE... [Articles + Illustrations]
    MOVING HOUSE... Men of the 2nd Bn., the Royal Australian Regiment, came upon this unusual sight on the road to Kroh, about four miles from Baling in Kedah scene of the 1955 peace talks between Chin Peng, secretarygeneral of the Malayan Communist Party, and Tengku Abdul Rahman, the Federation Chief...  (78 words)
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  • Night fishing ban in Straits to end [Articles]
    Night fishing ban in Straits to end ARRANGEMENTS are being made to permit night fishing in the Straits of Johore to be carried out. the Minister for Commerce and Industry, Mr. J. M. Jumabhoy, told the Singapore Legislative Assembly yesterday. Licences will be Issued as soon as arrangements can be...  (93 words)
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  • THE 3 TO PROBE GO-SLOW [Articles]
    THE 3 TO PROBE GO-SLOW A SINGAPORE Civil District Judge, Mr. Eu Cheow Chye. has been appointed chairman of the i curt of Inquiry into the Harbour Board dispute. He will be assisted by Mr. Charles Gamba. Lecturer in Economics at the University of Malaya, and Mr. I). W. Holder,...  (86 words)
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  • Government accused of rigging voting boundaries [Articles]
    Government accused of rigging voting boundaries ■pi IK Singapore Government was accused in the 1 Legislative Assembly yesterday of "political manoeuvring" in the delineation of new local government boundaries. The protest against the new boundaries for the City Council and the District Council elections came from Liberal Socialist Assemblymen, Mr....  (375 words)
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  • Security test [Articles]
    Security test From noon today until 4.30 p.m. tomorrow, the police and army will hold an international security exercise in Singapore.  (21 words)
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  • Ministers guarded at police discretion [Articles]
    Ministers guarded at police discretion rE S' .pore Commissioner of Police is responsible for ensuring the safety of Ministers and it would not be in the public interest to disclose measures taken by him at his discretion. This protection of Ministers did not cost the Government additional money. The Chief...  (107 words)
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  • LABOURERS RESCUE CONTRACTOR FROM GANG [Articles]
    LABOURERS RESCUE CONTRACTOR FROM GANG TWENTY labourers were pelted with stones and bottles after they had rescued a contractor. Mr. Lee Swee Hian, 41, from six thugs in Upper East Coast Road. Singapore, yesterday The labourers, who were working on a building site, chased away the gang when they heard...  (100 words)
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  • Taximan accused of theft [Articles]
    Taximan accused of theft Tang Wan Swee. a taxi driver, claimed trial in Singapore yesterday to a charge of theft. He was alleged to have stolen $45 from a house belonging to Gerumal Pohoomal Dadlani. on July 16. He was allowed bail of $500 until next Wednesday.  (47 words)
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  • Dog owner fined [Articles]
    Dog owner fined JOHORE BAHRU. Wed Manitamacha was fined $20 here today for allowing a ferocious dog to be at large unmuzzled and bite Ramasamy, a neighbour.  (27 words)
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  • DANCE HOSTESS (18) FOUND UNCONSCIOUS IN ROOM [Articles]
    DANCE HOSTESS (18) FOUND UNCONSCIOUS IN ROOM jtffARY Tan Ah Mvi, 18 a Happy World dance hostess, was taken to the Singapore General Hospital early yesterday after her mother had called for the ambulance. Her mother found her unconscious in her room in Lorong 8. off Gevlang Road, shortly after...  (65 words)
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    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • Gardens show [Articles]
    Gardens show I KUALA LUMPUR, Wed.— The Department of Information will give a fllm show in the Lake Gardens here on Sunday at 7.30 p.m^  (25 words)
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  • ARCHITECT SAYS IT: SOME IN OUR JOB CORRUPT [Articles]
    ARCHITECT SAYS IT: SOME IN OUR JOB CORRUPT Assembly scraps scale of minimum fees: Wo tilting buildings in Federation 9 (^HARGES of corruption among registered architects were made in the Singapore Legislative Assembly yesterday before it unanimously decided to scrap the system of having a minimum scale of fees for...  (350 words)
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  • Cyclist fell avoiding Rahman's car, dies [Articles]
    Cyclist fell avoiding Rahman's car, dies FNANG, Wed.— A 75--year-old cake seller died in hospital this morning, three days after he had fallen from his bicycle avoiding car in which the Chief Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, was travelling. The Tengku was travelling along Tanjong Tokong Road in the Resident Commissioner's...  (130 words)
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  • PSYCHIATRIST TO COME ON LOAN [Articles]
    PSYCHIATRIST TO COME ON LOAN A SENIOR psychiatrist from Australia will arrive in Singapore in December under the Colombo Plan on loan to the Woodbridge Hospital, the Singapore Health Ministry announced yesterday. The death last month of the hospital's deputy medical suDerintendent, Dr. H. H. Robinson, and the resignation next...  (161 words)
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  • Fined $3,000 on smokes charge [Articles]
    Fined $3,000 on smokes charge JOHORE BAHRU. Wed. Lim Yong Huat. a Singapore vegetable dealer, was fined $3,000 in the Sessions Court here today for his part in importing 40 cartons of cigarettes without paying duty. The cartons were found inside a crate of sweet potatoes  (46 words)
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  • Chong Pang Village [Articles]
    Chong Pang Village West Hill Estate, near the Singapore Naval Base, has been renamed Chon<? Pang Village, and West Hill Road has been renamed Chong Pang Road, the Singapore Rural Board stated yesterday. The village occupies the site of a former rubber estate owned by the late Mr. Lim Chong...  (72 words)
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  • Central cooking [Articles]
    Central cooking SEGAMAT. Wed.— All rice on the Tambang, Gajah Mati and Semampil divisions of Muar River estate is to be cooked and distributed from a common kitchen for six months.  (31 words)
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  • New legal chief's promotion criticised [Articles + Illustrations]
    New legal chief's promotion criticised TPHE new acting At- torney-General, Mr. E. P. Shanks, attending his first meeting of the Singapore Legislative Assembly yesterday, heard his promotion criticised by an Assemblyman. The People's Action Party leader, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, after getting an official reply on the Malayanisation of the...  (199 words)
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  • Penang accepts its new constitution [Articles]
    Penang accepts its new constitution DR. LIM: THIS MOMENT OF JOY...' THE Penang Settlement x tie new state constiti impassioned plea by th< Chong Eu, to "face the optimism." "And I feel this moment of our triumph wil; indeed be incomplete,' 1 Dr Lim added, "if w e cannot now...  (290 words)
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  • Chandu: $120 [Articles]
    Chandu: $120 JOHORE BAHRU, Wed. For having one pellet of chandu dross. Yap Kok chai was fined $120 or one month's jail at Xlu ant? today.  (26 words)
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      the preale*t name in ""^rant* bring* you NEW OpO-RO-NO t A onomiial! ThS I mves you f your money up to the qM quick NO protects i .ition odour )O-RO-NO In i :sh-up case i roar iip>iic_ oDoio-no ntd .odoun. w.thoul o dooW ITEEP your lORRIES AWAY il :<hcd beyond...  (343 words)
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      Bring your shaving fjP^ up-to-date with a modern wtjtf*/ n^ Gillette Razor l^Mfmh I W'H Razors too grow okC Over the I f years they get knocked and dropped II jj I II and lose their precision. Then your II 111 I If shaving suffers. Smart men bring their If...  (417 words)
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      u r pnnf MISICAL SO- Kwan Chee-yew 9 am. to 5.30 < classes boys 4.30 pm, beglnriPTi" concert by Pm. ner s 5.3Q p.m.: bodybuilding. v^JhPn wUh the Singapore THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY: welghtlif ting 4.30 p.m.; Malay Katchen with the &™*P£ Qn >Th Mother of class 530 p m Sceneshifters M...  (237 words)
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  • DEATH [Obituaries]
    DEATH 20 Wordt SlO (minimum). COLONEL S. SARAVANAMUTTU, MBE., Advocate, Commandant, Special Police Reserve, Ceylon, brother of Mr. M. Saravanamultu, Ceylon Commissioner in Malaya, passed away. Funeral, Wednesday, 17th at 5 pm.  (32 words)
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  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Articles]
    ACKNOWLEDGMENT 20 Wordt $10 (minimum). MR. AND MRS. K. N. PLANCHER. Bedrock Estate, Bidor, thank all friends and relatives for their kind attendance, good wish- j es. assistance and gifts on the occasion of their daughter's marriage on 3 7.57.  (40 words)
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  • REQUIEM [Articles]
    REQUIEM 20 Wurdt tl* (minimum). MARCELO: Requiem Low Mass will be held at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd at 7 ajn Monday 22nd July, 1957, for the Soul of the late Rosallno Marcelo ■who leaves behind hi* wl *e and »even Children.  (43 words)
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  • ANNOUNCEMENTS [Articles]
    ANNOUNCEMENTS 20 Wordt $10 (minimum). CHILDREN'S WEAR— Special Offers In all items at Wasslaanull's Children's Shop. 35 High Street. KEEP A TIN of Air-wick. Mist ever handy a half-second squeeze and behold Fresh Country Air is your reward. WHATEVER YOU ARE Selling a Straits Times ■•Small" Ad will give big...  (398 words)
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  • The Straits Timess Spore, Thurs. July 18, 1957. Reviving The Comintern [Articles]
    The Straits Timess Spore, Thurs. July 18, 1957. Reviving The Comintern The Frague communique and Khrtschev's speeches in Czechoslovakia strongly suggest the coming formation of a new Communist International. There is confirmation of it i.i Pravda's belated comment oi Mao Tse-tung's February speech and in the fresh assessment in Peking...  (552 words)
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  • Sterling Scare [Articles]
    Sterling Scare There is no new economic crisis in Britain, but the inflationary scare unquestionably is giving that impression. It has now brought the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the television screen to explain that as long as British exports hold up, as they are doing, and the credit squeeze...  (304 words)
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  • Penang State [Articles]
    Penang State With independence the two British Settlements, Penang and Malacca, leave colonial status to become equal partners of the Malay States in the sovereign Federation of Malaya. Yesterday the Penang Settlement Council acclaimed the constitutional proposals which make the change. The Council did so in the words of the...  (250 words)
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  • International Geophysical Year [Articles]
    International Geophysical Year Fifty-one nations will co-operate in the study of the complex forces which influence the physical behaviour of our planet. The most spectacular feature of the I.G.Y. will be the launching of .satellites to observe the earth.  (39 words)
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  • UNRAVELLING THE EARTH'S MYSTERIES [Articles + Illustrations]
    UNRAVELLING THE EARTH'S MYSTERIES PROFESSOR H.S.W. MASSEY, By Quain Professor of Physics, University College, London rpHE International Geophysical Year or 1.G.Y., which began this month is a period of intensive world-wide investigation of the physical aspects of the earth and its immediate surroundings in space. It is not strictly a...  (1044 words)
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    • Singapore teachers not best paid in the world [Articles]
      Singapore teachers not best paid in the world OEVERAL of your *3 readers have said that Singapore teachers are the best paid in the world. As compared with most Asian countries like India, Burma and Ceylon, where teachers with degrees get around Rs2so. Singapore pays very well Indeed when a...  (192 words)
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    • Buying jpomot [Articles]
      Buying jpomot On the other hand when the buying power of a Malayan dollar Is the same as a shilling In U.K.. it gives a different perspective to the £32 a teacher earns there. In other words £32 has the buying power of $640. For Instance, a good woollen suit...  (225 words)
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    • Commemorate Malay lady [Articles]
      Commemorate Malay lady liflTH the expansion of Telok Anson town and the likelihood of residential areas rising up from the housing projects now in blue-print, the naming of new roads, streets, lanes and satellites may tax the Ingenuity of our town councillors In their proposals to the Ruler In Council...  (216 words)
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    • HAVE PILGRIMS BEEN INCLUDED IN LATEST MALAYAN CENSUS? [Articles]
      HAVE PILGRIMS BEEN INCLUDED IN LATEST MALAYAN CENSUS? ¥~|O the census figures pulation figure they should U which appeared in the J* f™?** as th ?y w e J,! ta tnelr homes during the Straits Times of July 4th. enumeration period. lam include those three or four sure we can...  (84 words)
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    • Councillors reply [Articles]
      Councillors reply ALL the lorongs off Telok Kurau Road are under 36 feet wide with the exception of part of Lorong M. That part of Lorong M between Still Road and Telok Kurau Road is 36 feet wide and that is why it is being made up. We hav e...  (102 words)
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    • Confirmation is delayed [Articles]
      Confirmation is delayed I AM surprised that In spite of a recent, complaint by "Much Affected" of Ipoh about delays in clerks' confirmation, there are still cases several months old where clerks are still awaiting news of their confirmation and increments. It is most wearing to have to wait month...  (67 words)
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    • Hurry up with this bridge [Articles]
      Hurry up with this bridge IT is high time that some--1 thing was done about the old bridge across the Malacca River from Kampong Hulu to the Municipal Market. The bridge was pulled down for repairs at the beginning; of this year and nothing has yet been done. T. JOON...  (52 words)
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    • Polluted air [Articles]
      Polluted air PR a long time the air around the Junction of Guillemard Road and Mountbatten Road has been polluted by an offensive smell presumed to be coming from the decomposed pineapples dumped nearby. HENRY. Singapore.  (36 words)
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  • Tengku reveals student anti-Govt. campaign [Articles]
    Tengku reveals student anti-Govt. campaign 7 AM WORRIED/ HE SAYS: SCHOOLS SPREAD RED DOCTRINE BY SONG SEREMBAN, Wednesday. XENGKU ABDUL RAHMAN, the Chief Minister, today revealed that Chinese schools in 1 enang had started an anti-Government campaign and that their activities worried him. He was addressing a large gathering of...  (421 words)
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  • Cancer scare? Smokers puff on [Articles]
    Cancer scare? Smokers puff on rui Singapore .smoking cigapacket and te thr warning and English :.or:tic.s that the mortality rate meet is among mokers and the nong non-smok- -arettes in the not dropped marked extent publicity and from the Fede,!horities. Hut (hey don't' i an of the Singa:o Company Malayan...  (113 words)
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  • Town six years dead will live again [Articles]
    Town six years dead will live again RALB. Wed.— Tras, the shuttered "ghost town" of Pahang, will come back to life before the end of the year. The Pahang Government has allotted 61 housing sites for hose wishing to return to the town, at the foot of the central mountain...  (87 words)
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  • Approval asked [Articles]
    Approval asked KOTA BHARU. Wed. The Kelantan State Council will be asked to approve the White i Paper on Malaya's new constitution when it meets here tomorrow.  (27 words)
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  • THE SULTAN AND SEVEN GIRLS BRAVE RAPIDS [Articles]
    THE SULTAN AND SEVEN GIRLS BRAVE RAPIDS STAN \\>d. The i nf Pahanc of Pahan.., rapids ol t and rain get Hr.st.ation of the his subjects Olu Ktchau in a Lipi s district. n or the Royal :ehold told the Straits es it wa.s the first Ruler of Pahang visited...  (120 words)
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  • Artist injured in skid crash [Articles]
    Artist injured in skid crash KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. An artist of the Department of Information Services received severe injuries when his motor-cycle skidded in Malacca Street this afternoon. Mr. Young Yeng Kee, 41, I was taken unconscious to the hospital where he was detained  (44 words)
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  • More Rotary study gifts [Articles]
    More Rotary study gifts TELUK ANSON, Wed. The Rotary Club here Is to Increase its scholarships to students in local schools this year. This was announced by Mr. C.N.C. Bryer. when he was installed president last night.  (37 words)
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  • Cigarette smugglers flee from customs men [Articles]
    Cigarette smugglers flee from customs men A PARTY of revenue officers made a daring bid to capture four cigarette smugglers on the sea shore off Nallur Road. Singapore, early yesterday. Despite two serious gang ambushes in the area, the officers pursued the four men until they vanished into a Kampong....  (95 words)
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  • JUST BACK FROM BRITAIN WITH A DIPLOMA IN MUSIC, DRAMA [Articles + Illustrations]
    JUST BACK FROM BRITAIN WITH A DIPLOMA IN MUSIC, DRAMA Miss Lee plans to stay in Singapore until September and then leave for Britain to be a music teacher at her former school. She is the daughter of a Colony banker. Mr. Lee Chee Shan. MISS LEE TENG GEE. 21,...  (80 words)
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  • Two dead as lorries crash in smoke [Articles]
    Two dead as lorries crash in smoke TRAFFIC BLOCKED THREE HOURS TELUK ANSON, Wednesday. TWO drivers were killed and four other men injured, two of them seriously, when two lorries collided head-on at the 19th mile, Teluk AnsonKampar Road yesterday. The mishap occurred when the lorries drove through smoke caused...  (189 words)
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  • MacG guest [Articles]
    MacG guest KUALA LUMPUR Wed Th e High Commissioner, Sir Donald MacGillivray, will upeak at the YMCA's annual meeting next Wednesday.  (21 words)
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  • BRITTEN WRITES A MALAYAN ANTHEM [Articles]
    BRITTEN WRITES A MALAYAN ANTHEM KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Benjamin Britten, the English composer, has sent the Chief Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, a proposed musical score for the Federation's national anthem. It is based on old Malay music. The composer recently visited Indonesia and interested himself in the music of that...  (78 words)
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  • Selangor's Mentri [Articles]
    Selangor's Mentri KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The Selangor State Secretary, Inche Abdul Jamil bin Abdul Rais, has been appointed Mentri Besar in place of Inche Abdul Aziz bin Haji Abdul Majld. Inche Abdul Aziz is to become Permanent Secretary to the Prime Minister after independence.  (44 words)
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  • $110 robbery [Articles]
    $110 robbery A cyclist. Tan Ah Bee, 26. was robbed of $110 on a path loading to his house in Boon Teck Road, Singapore, on Wednesday night.  (27 words)
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  • UNION WON'T RECOGNISE US, SAYS UNION [Articles]
    UNION WON'T RECOGNISE US, SAYS UNION KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Officials of the Labour Department, the Trade Union Advisers office and the Malayan Trade Union Congress have failed to settle the strike by 26 employees of Malaya's biggest union, the 150.000--strong National Union of Plantation Workers. The employees, members of the...  (191 words)
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      MERCEDES-BENZ TYPE 190 This new medium four-deer icdan with its 84 h p. fourcylinder o h c. ihOft-strok* engine and beautiful new-tfylinf interior, givt th« performance and comfort of a lorge sedan, with a top ipeed of 17 m.p.h. Turbc-coolcd hydraulic brakes enable maximum braking efficiency FLUORESCENT LIGHTING UNITS LJJ...  (57 words)
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  • More talks on future of Malayan Airways [Articles]
    More talks on future of Malayan Airways tUJRTHER high level talks on a new agreement for running Malayan Airwajs are to be held next month. A Singapore Government spokesman said yesterday that it was hoped "that the situation will develop sufficiently" for the talks to be resumed about Aug. 9...  (192 words)
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  • New $3m. road: An assurance [Articles]
    New $3m. road: An assurance TANJONG MALIM, Wed. The Minister for Works, Posts and Telecommunications, Inche Sardon bin Haji Jubir, today assured the people here that work on the $3,000,000 deviation road between TanJong Malim and Slim River would start early next year. The deviation road will cut the present...  (63 words)
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  • THEY FIND THERE'S MONEY IN BEA UTY [Articles + Illustrations]
    THEY FIND THERE'S MONEY IN BEA UTY rERE is a new pastime in Singapore which helps career women to earn a little extra pocket money and provides an escape from routine work It is a four-month course in beauty culture arranged by the Youn/r Women's Christian Association, at Collyer Quay,...  (188 words)
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  • New youth club [Articles]
    New youth club KUALA KANGSAR, Wed.— The Kuala Kangsar district's second youth clvb the Kembangan Desa has been formed at Kampong LuboK Merbau. five miles from here.  (27 words)
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  • Federal Council [Articles]
    Federal Council KUALA LUMPUR, Wed The next meeting of the Federal Legislative Council will be on Aug. 14 and Aug. 15.  (21 words)
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  • India ready to train our naval men [Articles + Illustrations]
    India ready to train our naval men WELCOME, MALAYA TOLD 'THE Indian Government will welcome naval offl- cers and ratings from Malaya for training in India. Crrdr. D. R. Mehta who commands the Indian naval ships Tir, Kistna and Cauvery now in Singapore on a goodwill visit, said yesterday that...  (263 words)
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  • Missing diamonds: A bank sent them [Articles]
    Missing diamonds: A bank sent them The £2,750 worth of diamonds missing when a plane from Singapore arrived at London Airport, were con signed through the Kastern Bank in Penang. the Times was told last night. But Mr. K W. Arton, the bank manager, would not disclose who had sent...  (85 words)
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  • Compensation to a barber [Articles]
    Compensation to a barber A case of assault against Bakar bin Mat Amin was compounded in a Singapore court yesterday when Bakar paid $30 as compensation to T. Singaram, a barber. Bakar was said to have punched Singaram on the nose during a quarrel in the barber's shop at Eng...  (55 words)
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  • First ambulance chiefs' meeting [Articles]
    First ambulance chiefs' meeting The first presidents' conference of the Singapore St. John Ambulance Brigade was opened by the Governor. Sir Robert Black, last night at the Adelphi Hotel. A conference of the presidents of the district, divisions and corps will now be held each year.  (46 words)
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  • Scott returns [Articles]
    Scott returns The Commissioner-General Sir Robert Scott, will return to Singapore in the liner Oranje on Tuesday after more than fou r months in Britain. He has fully recovered from a London operation.  (33 words)
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  • ARSON BID ON TWO HOMES [Articles]
    ARSON BID ON TWO HOMES DETECTIVES were yesterday looking for an arsonist in Geylang Serai, Singapore, after an attempt to set fire to two attap hutsOn Wednesday a farmer. Lee Kee Nee. 47. heard a thud and rushed out to find a burning object on the roof of his hut....  (95 words)
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  • To Britain in a day [Articles]
    To Britain in a day An RAF Comet II has flown to Britain from Singapore in 22 hours and 50 minutes. The airborne time for the 8.320-mile flight was 17 hours 55 minutes —an average speed of approximately 460 m.p.h. against the prevailing westerly winds.  (45 words)
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  • Members desert trade unions [Articles]
    Members desert trade unions KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. There were 248 registered trade unions in the Federation at the end of June, with 46 applications for registration pending. Their total membership was 227,453, which was 6,241 fewer than in the first quarter.  (41 words)
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  • Misadventure [Articles]
    Misadventure A verdict of misadventure was recorded yesterday at a Singapore inquest on a labourer. Wong Wong, 66, who was knocked down by an Army Land Rover in Telok Blanga Road on April 30.  (34 words)
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  • Doctor goes [Articles]
    Doctor goes SEGAMAT, Tues.— Dr M D Zeville. Health Officer of North Johore. has left for Australia under the Malayanisation scheme.  (21 words)
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  • DILEMMA OF ADDICT WHO SEEKS CURE [Articles]
    DILEMMA OF ADDICT WHO SEEKS CURE A FATHER of eight children and an opium addict who is very keen on a cure, was in a dilemma yesterday. Lim Yit Foon. a sundry goods merchant, told th" doctors at the Opium Treat ment Centre that he pickerl up the habit several...  (277 words)
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      DAMA vAT AVA fi ss Regional Announcements: I A V WAli*ia 6.56 Singapore Share Market Report: 7.00 News; 7.10 Merdeka SINGAPORE 41 metres Trade Pair- 7.15 The Continental KUALA LUMPUR 341 metres Touch; 7.30 A Nation In The PENANG 366 metres Making; 8.00 Music Shop- 8.30 MALACCA 297 metres The...  (146 words)
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  • wiving teacher: 7 was not Interested in woman pupil9 [Articles]
    wiving teacher: 7 was not Interested in woman pupil 9 MURDER BID ACCUSED PLEADS AN AUBI v i I MPIR, Wed. pORMEB driving i instructor, Noel t> n .Manickam, with attempt,o murder a newly- nuple here, J rl thl High Court aiv thai he was not I unipiir when „'n,...  (460 words)
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  • 2 bandit bodies help Tengku inn over Bahau [Articles]
    2 bandit bodies help Tengku inn over Bahau IBAHAU, Wednesday. s of two terrorists killed this morning B Chief Minister, Tengku Abdul few hours later to drive home the talk to the people here, that Communv still lurked around them. pie have been [or certain •o be lifted :or more...  (157 words)
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  • A QUEEN'S' PLEA OF GUILTY IS REJECTED [Articles]
    A QUEEN'S' PLEA OF GUILTY IS REJECTED rE Singapore City Court was asked yesterday not to accept a plea of guilty by letter from a Colony cabaret "queen' 1 who is now in hospital. Diana Voon had sent a letter admitting a charge of depositing refuse carelessly outside her Sims...  (85 words)
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  • Sunday meeting [Articles]
    Sunday meeting SEGAMAT. Wed. The Town Council will meet on RtinHau  (11 words)
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  • Oldest church to hold Novena [Articles]
    Oldest church to hold Novena INovena those I Catholics! Road 1 will be 1 time on Church, In Ma- will I Father The which •lay at "jpular Klang.. Sungei  (29 words)
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  • JAPANESE TO INQUIRE: MAY WE LIVE HERE? [Articles]
    JAPANESE TO INQUIRE: MAY WE LIVE HERE? ONE of the first things the Japanese Government intends to ask the Federation Government after merdeka is whether Japanese will be allowed to return to live in an independent Malaya. The Japanese Consul General in Singapore, Mr. Ken Ninomiya, said this yesterday on...  (136 words)
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  • Clerks seek driving job with envoy [Articles]
    Clerks seek driving job with envoy KUALA LUMPUR. Wed.— Many Federation clerks, salesmen and ex-pollce-men willing to give up good wages and positions here to live in Australia have applied for the post of driver to the ambas-sador-designate to Australia, Mr. Gunn Lay Teik. Most of them said they had...  (136 words)
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  • PRICE OF SHEEP 'NOT SO HIGH' [Articles]
    PRICE OF SHEEP 'NOT SO HIGH' npHE Australian Trade Commissioner in Singapore, Mr. P. R. Searcy, yesterday denied that the price of Australian sheep had shot up to 137J Australian shillings a head. He said that leading exporters were at present charging 118 shillings a head. Mr. Searcy was commenting...  (223 words)
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  • $60,000 voted for Kelantan [Articles]
    $60,000 voted for Kelantan KOTA BHARU, Wed The State Finance Committee has voted $60,000 for Kelantan s merdeka celebrations. The committee has also approved a vote of $20,000 to buy a Mercedes-Benz for the Sultan's use.  (36 words)
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  • Photo display [Articles]
    Photo display The best collection of 74 photographs submitted by students from 39 countries now studying in American colleges and universities will be on display at the United States Information Service Library, Cecil Street. Singapore, from today.  (37 words)
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  • INDUSTRIALS CLIMB TO HIGHER LEVELS ON SHARE MART [Articles]
    INDUSTRIALS CLIMB TO HIGHER LEVELS ON SHARE MART By Our Market Correspondent PRICES again moved up against seller opposition in a continually improving industrial section on the Singapore Share Market yesterday. In the tin section, however, there was some tendency towards irregularity. There was active in- terest in the rubber...  (196 words)
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    OFFICIAL PR| CE RUBBER: -m £n rt)' b- VI TIN: 5373 6H Picul (drm,,  (14 words)
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  • AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [Articles]
    AUSTRALIAN STOCKS The firm toot ment section ed on the Melix.u change today, r,^ Ed falls althoufr" ly were narrw m V Loans 3\ Loan., 3\ Bank of N.S w Con. Zinc Moont Lyell N. Broke. Hill 50 Mount Morgan Peko Western Mn. Ampol Ex. Oil Search sv.°w Bradford B....  (70 words)
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  • RUBBER PRICES [Articles]
    RUBBER PRICES August first grade rubber buyers f.o.b. closed In Singapore on Wednesday at 93 h cents per lr> down half a cent on Tuesday's close The closing tone was slightly easier. Closing prices In cents per Ib yesterday were:OFFICIAL: Int 1 R.S.S. Spot f.o.b, buyers 92>.'», sellers 92 S...  (152 words)
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  • EXCHANGE RATES [Articles]
    EXCHANGE RATES The Malayan f; uha Association n. change In it yesterday (the rate Selling T.T. „r Canada 30 11/1G On the frfe «rhanj, Bjrt. Hong Koni; dollar was q;., cash and I.o] Sterling and one taM of {old  (39 words)
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  • BROKERS' REPORT [Articles]
    BROKERS' REPORT The Malayan Share Broken Association reported: "There was a further upsurge in industrials with buyers unsatisfied at higher levels. Tins were again irregular and interest in rubbers was mainly confined to sterling counters." Singapore and Federation brokers reported the following business done yesterday:- Fed. Dispensary $2.25; Prater Neave...  (496 words)
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  • PRODUCE PRICES [Articles]
    PRODUCE PRICES Singapore Chinese Produce Exchange; noon prices per picul yesterday were:Copn: steady; July /August $25 buyers, $26 sellers Coconut oil: steady; bulk $40 'j sellers drum $45 ■>; sellers. Pepper: quiet; no business reported done- Muntok white $108, Sarawak $107 (both down $1). special Sarawak black $73 (unchanged). Singapore...  (108 words)
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  • STORE SHIPPING [Articles]
    STORE SHIPPING Ships lying alongside the Singapore Hai'tour Board wharves or expected today are: Vivien Louise 1/2, Patroclus 4 5, Kyoan Maru 6A. Agamemnon 6/7, Steel Chemist 8/9, Benmacdhul 11, Manila Maru 13/14. Oorgon 15/16, Glengyle 18. Rengam N. Wall 1, Sedlli N. Wall 10. Belaga 21/22. Rebeverett 23, Auby...  (90 words)
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  • Page 10 Advertisements

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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS APPLICATIONS are Invited for five posts of Assistant Registrars in the Examinations Unit of the Ministry of Education on the salary scale of $42<ix28-700/pro-motion bar/754x28-f66 for men am. $380x24-620/promotion bar/ 644x24-740 for women. Candidates must be Federal Citizens and under 45 years ol age on Ist July, 1957...  (540 words)
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      NOTICES SINGAPORE COLD STORAGE COMPANY, LIMITED (Incorporated In Singapore) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN j that at an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company to be held at the offices of Boustead Company Limited, Collyer Quay Singapore on Saturday, 10th i August, 1957, at 11.45 a.m., members will be asked to...  (263 words)
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      NOTICES NOTICE THE ASIA LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY LIMITED (Incorporated In Singapore) having been informed that Policy No. A/L. XXXXX on the life of Mr. Chens Chwee Huat has been lost, hereby give notice that if no claim in respect of this policy Is received by t-iie Directors within 21 days...  (256 words)
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      COMPANY MEETING MALAYAN CHAMBER OF MINES MR. W. M. WARREN'S SPEECH The Thirty-ninth Annual General Meeting of the Malayan Chamber of Mines was held on July 10 In London. Mr- W M- Warren, chairman of the Council, who presided. said:— Malaya's output of tln-ln-con-centrate during 1956 was her highest In...  (1839 words)
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      KNUTSKN LINE orient service FROM CANADA/U.S. PACIFIC PORTS 3Q DAYS Sailing San Vancouver Francisco Spore P.Swctf Penan; Fair Elisabeth Bakke Gjertmd Bakke 4/ 6Aug 7Au? 9A U tU Ellen Bakke 27 July 26/28Au« 29Au; 31Au; 13 Kristin Bakke 3 Aug 17 Aug 16/18 Sept 19Scpt 21 Sept Accepting Cargo for...  (417 words)
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      MS 1405 MANSFIELD 6c CO., LTD. Mi Mia (Incorporoteo in Singapore) (12 lines) THE BLUE FUNNEL LINE o .Vt" !_MBI to LIVERPOOL, GLASGOW LONDON ft CONTINENTAL PORTS 1 Suei with liberty to proceed via Panama or Cape of Good Hope) ,;"s option to proceed via other^ pon, to load ond...  (1321 words)
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      BBWaf/f^SBVf/ff^LTAirrSßT^ilff/jfJI EAST ASIATIC LINBB OUTWARDS SAILINGS FOR BANGKOK AND/OR PAR EAST VIA SUEZ Penang P. S'hom S'pora "FALSTRIA" (Bangkok only) In Part 20/22 July KOREA" 10/11 Aa, "INDIA" 7/10 Aag 11/12 Aag IS/IS Au, -MEONIA" It/22 Aug 2S/24 Aag 25/27 Aag HOMEWARDS SAILINGS FOR ADIN, PORT SAID. GENOA, ANTWERP, ROTTERDAM,...  (1094 words)
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      Mm. TBBBBMLDfSSTSAMXIUILTD 'JW" SINGAPORE (Incorporated n the UnrrM Kingdom) LINES SAILINGS TO U.K. ft CONTINENTAL PORTS S'pora P. S'hom Penang BENLAWERS tor London. MOn^DUfQ. *^aflTWaJt*P IW W999fwW •■ly o«EO» obbbi BENMHOR for Liverpool, Rotterdam, Hull G. 15-14/24 July 2S/24 July BINVRACKIE for London, 19/12 Juty 21/14 Jury Hamburg, Rotterdam 21...  (972 words)
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      McALISTER <Sc CO.. LTD. TEL.: No.: XXXXX ILLIIMAM LIMBS KLAVBNBSB LIMB LONDON, HAVRE. ROTTIRDAM LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO HAMBURG SEATTLE, VANCOUVER PORTLANO and for U.S.A.. North Atlantic Port, Acc.ptin, "'-•J^* 1 1 Sou h ond Canaida via Colombo CITY OF OTTAWA* BOUGAINVILLE Spore P. Sham Penong Spore P. S'hom Panong...  (1255 words)
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  • Feminine Forum [Articles + Illustrations]
    Feminine Forum  (2 words)
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  • STYLES FOR THE YOUNG [Articles + Illustrations]
    STYLES FOR THE YOUNG NURSERY FASHIONS V'OT so many years ago, even the most doting 11 mothers didn't take children's fashions very seriously. There were always party dresses, of course, kept for special occasions, but everyday clothes for the younger generation were hopelessly dull and unimaginative in fact, Just plain...  (1099 words)
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      NOW 0N iAlt THIIOUCHOUT THf FtOCRATrON AND fINCArOKL every bottle of contains as much vitamin C as 34 full-sized oranges y$ I I > BORJfEO f. SINCAPORE PENANC IPOH r-c^. ya l^.u KUALA LUMPUR MAIACCA I pJ'J" 11M j^ I THE HALLMARK OF SOPHISTICATION IN STYLING CONSULT LITTLE S BEAUTY...  (232 words)
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      1 I I SHEER GOLD for a newer beauty There's magic in Sheer Gold. It begins wit! delicate gilding of Sheer Gold Pat-a-Cretrr a fresh, finespun version of this famous founda'ion that tenderly] covers every flaw, gives a pea< like colouring and smoothness, stays fresh indefinitely. On your lips and...  (229 words)
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  • Page 12 Miscellaneous

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      .(ontinoed from Page 6.) s ,Tr.vnoNs vacant ,—Box it ctt. txtra. j O l ENOGRAPHERS (Male quired by leading ,nt house for their ivnartment and Advertising j area. Please apply! 19 ST. p B Y LARGE European j a Junior Commercial »_s!an> preferably with Education and Quallf reply giving full...  (374 words)
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      SITUATIONS WANTED to Words ti (Mtn.)-Btx it ct,. txtra. EUROPEAN ACCOUNTANT, Single, Five years experience Singapore, weU versed Secretarial and Administration, seeks post. Available immediately. Apply Box A 3655 S.T. EUROPEAN ASSISTANT in English Rubber Estate first class qualifications seeks similar Job for improving actual position Please write for further...  (394 words)
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      ACCOMMODATION VACANT 1 2* Word, li (Milt.)— Box it ct,. txtra. i 3 ROOM BUNGALOW at Braddell Heights, rent reasonable, i Telephone XXXXX, 2 5 p.m. NEW MODERN fully furnished 1 2 Storey Semi-Detached house, I Siglap Drive, 4 bedrooms with teak flooring Dining Sitting rooms fenced garden, kitchen, Cooker,...  (422 words)
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      HOUSES LAND FOR SALE :n Words It I Mm.)— Box it cts. txtra.' RUBBER ESTATE For Sale, approximately 930 Acres, Slim River area, going concern. Principals only. Apply for details to Box A 8693 S.T.. XX.. VACANT Freehold property for sale, centrally situated in Kuala Lumpur. Offers to the General...  (853 words)
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      HIRE PURCHASE W Word, $t (Mim.)-Bux it ct,. txtra. SOON TECK FINANCE Company undertake to finance Hire Purchase on motor cars, new and secondhand (1952 Model upwards only); terms moderate- Apply! 1 173-A South Bridge Road, Tel. v XXXXX. FOR HlfcE tt Words ti (Min.)-Box it ctt. txtra. REPRIOERATORS of...  (739 words)
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      TENDERS TENDER TENDERS are also Invited for he supply of kitchen rooking tensils, crockery etc for the two ehools mentioned above. Pull particulars and speclflcaions can be obtained from the leadmaster, c/o Technical Instlute, Jalan Kolam Ayer, Kuala ..umpur anytime between the lours of 8.00 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. iiid...  (455 words)
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      TENDERS TENDER TENDERS are Invited free" competent contractors for the supply and delivery of furniture for the Rural Trade Schools at Telok Datok and Tanjong Karang Pull particulars and specifications can be obtained from the Headmaster c/o Technical Institute, Jalan Kolam Ayer, Kuala Lumpur any time between the hours of...  (181 words)
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      TENDER SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC Traders wUI be Invited In the M>r future for the supply and fixing of both fixed and loose furniture for the ..*o\e and to; who are desirous of are requested to register tfcetr na»-<« with the Architects not later than the Slit July 1957. SWAN »t M...  (168 words)
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  • Sport faces big problems [Articles]
    Sport faces big problems 808 PIDCEON MERDEKA MEANS SNAGS FOR FEDERATION AND SPORE OLYMPIC COUNCILS MUST GET TOGETHER By WITH the approach of Merdeka a number of urgent and intricate sports problems are likely to arise between the Federation and Singapore problems that will have to be faced in a...  (430 words)
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  • 'ON-erYOUR MARKS' THROUGH A MIKE [Articles]
    'ON-erYOUR MARKS' THROUGH A MIKE By NORMAN SIEBEL COMPETITORS furthest from the starter in staggered start races in the Singapore A.A.A. championships next week (Friday and Saturday) at Farrer Park Stadium will not have to strain their ears to hear the starter's orders. When Mr. AT. Rajah, the S.A.A.A. president...  (248 words)
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  • Close gets 57 [Articles]
    Close gets 57 LONDON, Wed— Tea scores in today's cricket matches were: At Swansea; Glamorgan v Hampshlre No play rain. At Lord's: Gentlemen 98-1 v Players, rain. At Northampton Warwick 48-2 v Northampton, rain. At Chesterfield: Middlesex 74-4 v Derbyshire, rain. At The Oval: Leicestershire 73-7 v Surrey. At Scarborough:...  (79 words)
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  • West Indies 51 for three [Articles]
    West Indies 51 for three TAUNTON, Wed. —West Indies, who won the toss, were restricted to 75 minutes batting because of rain when they began their threeday match against Somerset here today They scored 51 for three In that time. WEST INDIES Ist Inns: Palraudeau c Alley b Lobb 16;...  (74 words)
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  • A CLOSE THING AT THE FINISH [Articles + Illustrations]
    A CLOSE THING AT THE FINISH FOUR SPRINTERS lunge for the tape at the finish of the 100 yards at the English A.A.A. championships at the White City (London) last Saturday. The winner was Ken Box (No. 3) in 10 seconds; second was Alan Bracker (No. 4), also timed at...  (62 words)
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  • Bukom and National Carbon are champions [Articles]
    Bukom and National Carbon are champions rE SINGAPORE Business Houses F.A. league second division title this year goes to Pulo Bukom; the third division honours to National Carbun. The first division title rests between Singapore Cold Storage and Mercantile Bank. The deciding match. between Mercantile and Hongkong Banks, will be...  (273 words)
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  • U.S. CAGERS WIN The American basketball team. [Articles]
    U.S. CAGERS WIN The American basketball team. Venture for Victory, now touring Singapore, continued their run* of victories by beating Singapore 84 65 in a triangular meet at the Great World stadium.  (32 words)
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  • ALICE IN LINE FOR 3 RECORDS TODAY [Articles]
    ALICE IN LINE FOR 3 RECORDS TODAY SAUL JOSHUA By IT will be 'Ladies Day" at Jalan Besar stadium this afternoon when the Singapore English secondary girl's schools hold their third annual inter-school championships, starting at three o'clock Ten schools one more than last year— are taking part and. as...  (430 words)
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  • SIX MILES RACE ON TUESDAY [Articles]
    SIX MILES RACE ON TUESDAY rPHE SINGAPORE A. A. A. yes- terday announced a thange of programme for their annual championships to be held at Farrer Park on July 26 and 27. The six miles event, which rbeing held for the first time, ha* been brought forward to Tuesday at...  (133 words)
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  • 163 ENTRIES FOR PENANG MEET [Articles]
    163 ENTRIES FOR PENANG MEET Bank holiday programme again cut to three days PENANG, Wed. rpHE Penang Turf Club's August Bank holiday meeting has again been cut down from four days to three because of insufficient entries. A total of 163 horses 45 in Class One, 52 in Class Two...  (773 words)
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  • SCHEDULE OF RACING [Articles]
    SCHEDULE OF RACING FIRST DAY: Cl. 1, Dlvs. l and 2-1 M: Cl 2 Divs 1 and 2 1M CL 5 Dlv.s 1, 2 and 3-7 F and Divs. 1 and 2-Vf Cl. SSE5 SE D C i?s N a D n A d Y 2 f y-aSd^lir 6^ S*"^...  (61 words)
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  • REST WILL GIVE CRACK SSC TEAM HARDEST TEST IN FOUR YEARS [Articles]
    REST WILL GIVE CRACK SSC TEAM HARDEST TEST IN FOUR YEARS MOK SIN PIN By "FHE crack Singapore Swimming Club waterpolo team will be given their hardest test in four years at Tanjong Rhu on Sunday. This challenge will come when S.S.C. the league champions for the last four seasons,...  (206 words)
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  • Sison breaks the 3 miles record HIS TIME: 15 MIN. 1.7 SEC. [Articles]
    Sison breaks the 3 miles record HIS TIME: 15 MIN. 1.7 SEC. THE five-year-old Malayan three d 15min. 3.4 sec, set by the lanky Eas middle distance runner L/C. Kipsony, yesterday by the present Malayan crumpio Sison. Sison. 20. won the gruelling race in 15min. I.7sec. Running for Seletar in...  (259 words)
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  • Gim Hock wins [Articles]
    Gim Hock wins Singapore Olympic water-polo players Thio Gim Hock won the Chinese Swimming Club 200 metres butterfly event final at the Chinese Swimming Club yesterday. Goh Kuk Guan was second and Goh Soon Hock third The winner's time was 2mln. 55.8 sec. Results of other finals were: 100 m...  (88 words)
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  • RESULTS [Articles]
    RESULTS MXV *P!*j I-1 BMhdJ F/O Morgan-Jones (XLi Glover-Wright .CAi. KiuL^, yd»: 1. F/SHamzah cBUfT--Morgan-Jones i.XL,,3 CtLkJ (CA), 23.25ec. 440 yds: 1 Stf (CA). 2. SAC Allen Rigg <T),s2sec (record i• guL SAC Thompson iSA > 2 \r r well (SB). 3 SAC V, 2min. s.lsec. Mile: 1. Cpl. Edwards...  (212 words)
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      CLASSIFIED ADS. "AT TOUR SERVICE" 20 Wort* $10 (minimum) Dailw 1 month. 10 Word* UM (Uin.t ELECTION WATCH SERVICE Station. Chun Chong, 62 South Bridge Road, Singapore. EMPLOYERS! Why worry about your staff problems? Ring Joan Tooke's Agency. XXXXX. EXCELLENT WASHING INVISIBLE Mending. Consult Qureshi's Carpets, 35-Orchard Road. XXXXX. WATERMAN'S...  (787 words)
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      trading Rpumo uw andd m Mid •pxiuxr cuviva«uniKdilie<irniFcaixulKy<4am(VTj !s^^\l oMjuttoDiiUlMbOßiakn* Tire first seifwmdiag- watdt on a ball-bcartnr: banishes the last weak spot in the automatic wah Waterproof Bhockprotected Non-magnetic Unbreakable spring Jstib I^B SCIENTIFICALLY H jjyj MOST MODB^ Write for Catalogue and prfcuHrt  (43 words)
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