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The Straits Times, 24 July 1959

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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I It K.I DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 80,000 The Straits Times iil^M#^ Fstd. 1845 FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1959 13 CENTS.

GOVT. NAMES 7 MEN TO STUDY NANYANG REPORT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GOVT. NAMES 7 MEN TO STUDY NANYANG REPORT Disappointment voiced by many after reading Commission's report University chairman calls meeting on Prescott findings TAN IS 'DISAPPOINTED' Fears for morale of students SINGAPORE. Thursday. THE CHAIRMAN of the Nanyang University Council, Mr. Tan Lark Sye, said today that he was disappointed

THE THUG WHO WOULDN'T HEED WARNING [ARTICLE]

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THE THUG WHO WOULDN'T HEED WARNING SINGAPORE, Thurs. Ng Say Chong, 24, shot dead by police last night, had been warned by the CID to break away from his secret society connecUons, the Straits Times learnt today. He was mortally wounded in an Incident at Nicoll Highway involving five men

SUICIDE-PACT LOVERS WED IN DEATH [ARTICLE]

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SUICIDE-PACT LOVERS WED IN DEATH TAIPEH. Thurs. A wedding of the dead was held yesterday for .a young man and woman at the site of their love pact suicide. A Taoist priest read the marriage rites over the bodies of Chen Wu-chl. 20. and Miss Thai Chao-tze. 18. on the

'Lipsi,' Red rival to the 'rock' [ARTICLE]

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'Lipsi,' Red rival to the 'rock' MUNICH. Thurs. Former East German dance band leader. Kurt Henkels said he had fled to West Berlin because political pressure was put on him to plug an East German* dance called "Lipsi." The dance was like a calypso and East German officials hoped it

Murder plot? It didn't exist [ARTICLE]

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Murder plot? It didn't exist REPORT OUT ON NYASALAND RIOTS LONDON, Thursday. AN official British Investigation commission reported today that it had found no detailed African Congress plan for massacre and assassination in Nyasaland as alleged in Government reports. The four-man commission, headed by Mr. Justice <Sir Patrick) Devlin, said

LATE SOVIET ORDERS PUT RUBBER PAST SI [ARTICLE]

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LATE SOVIET ORDERS PUT RUBBER PAST SI SIM.U'Uiu. ltiurs.~Kubocr Ilium- turouKu me dollar Darner lor tile first time since June 4 after tbe official close here this afternoon. Russia came into tbe market late and the unotlicial clove was $1,001. threeeights above the official 4.30 p.m. close. Russia placed orders

Conscription [ARTICLE]

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Conscription BONN Thurs. Conscientious objectors numbering about 1.500 a year will be conscripted from early next year into compulsory civilian work assigned by the Labour Ministry.

A double poser: Who are their parents? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A double poser: Who are their parents? HAROLD SOH MAN LEFT PARCEL IN A TAXI-IT WAS TWINS: MIDWIVES QUIZZED IN BIG POLICE SEARCH By SINGAPORE, Thurs. Identical twins have set the police a poser: Who are their parents? The girl twins were found abandoned in a taxi in Stamford Road

ESCAPE FROM HOME: INQUIRY ORDERED [ARTICLE]

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ESCAPE FROM HOME: INQUIRY ORDERED KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— There is to be a departmental Inquiry Into the escape of five boys from the Sungei Be&i Approved Boys' School on Monday. Four of the boys who went to sleet) on a railway track were killed on Tuesday night when a train

THE SOLDIER DIPLOMAT RETURNS FROM JAKARTA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE SOLDIER DIPLOMAT RETURNS FROM JAKARTA SINGAPORE, Thurs —The retiring Indonesian consulgeneral in Singapore, Maj.-Gen. Gusti Djatikusumo, said today he foresaw a closer relationship between Indonesia and Singapore, now that the island was a seliRoverning state. He said he had every confidence In the new Government and believed that better

Berlin: U.S. may use force [ARTICLE]

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Berlin: U.S. may use force WASHINGTON, Thurs. President Eisenhower today hinted that the West would be compelled to take strong action to keep open the lifeline 'to West Berlin in the event of a Soviet or East German blockade of the city. He implied at his press cuiilerence. although hs

Pigeon poison [ARTICLE]

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Pigeon poison HAMBURG Thurs. Animal protection societies are protesting against the move to use poisioned grain to reduce the city's 15.000 pigeons.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS IRAQ PLOTTER TO HANC BAGDAD, Thars— Ra-> Hi Gaylani. leader of 19-11 pro-Nazi revolution in if |tti been sentenced U> death by banging fur atirmpttng to overthrow (imcral Kasscm n n I'oup planned for U»t I'ficinfoer Bagdad Pr< announced today. RctM

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Acid outrage— Dato Razak orders inquiry [ARTICLE]

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Acid outrage Dato Razak orders inquiry KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. TWE Federation's Prime Minister, Dato Abdul Razak bin Hussein, 1 has ordered an investigation into last night's acid attack on five Alliance election workers. The incident took place at 9.30 p.m. while the five were crossing the Ulu Bernam bridge on

A RIGHT-DOWN REGULAR KING ON A DELIGHTFUL DUTY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A RIGHT-DOWN REGULAR KING ON A DELIGHTFUL DUTY WATCHED by a "rightdown, regular, right, royal" king. Marco the gondolier, who is only "half a king" at best, sang on Wednesday night In the Kuala Lumpur Town Hall of the troubles of a king, but the duties are delightful and the

Traders may seek Govt loan to aid; Malays [ARTICLE]

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Traders may seek Govt loan to aid; Malays SINGAPORE, Thu.-a A Government Joan to help Malays get established in business will be discussed by the Malay Chamber of Commerce at an executive committee meeting next week. The president of the chamber, Inche Abdul Ha. mid bin Allwie. said today that

Farmer fined for theft [ARTICLE]

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Farmer fined for theft TEMERLOH. Thurs Bakar bin Othman. 22. a padi planter of Kampong Paya Pasir. was sentenced to a day's jail and $300 fine or six months' jail for stealing $100 from Ja'afar bin Mohamed AvifT. a shopkfeper. P.

EXPERT URGES LAW TO MAKE TRAINING SCHEME A SUCCESS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EXPERT URGES LAW TO MAKE TRAINING SCHEME A SUCCESS KUALA LUMPUR. Thursday. AN INTERNATIONAL Labour Organisation expert A today suggested legislation requiring a skilled employee to work for a minimum period with a firm which had financed his training. The ILO Deputy Chief of Vocational Training. Mr. A. E. Talbot,

USHIJIMA 'S PLAN TO REPAY MALAYANS' KINDNESS [ARTICLE]

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USHIJIMA 'S PLAN TO REPAY MALAYANS' KINDNESS TOKYO. Thurs. An ex- Japanese war prisoner from Malaya has started a fund raising campaign to bring to Japan relatives of flve Malayan students who died in Japan during World War II so that they could visit the students' graves. The students were

CHARON STEWARD GETS 15 MONTHS [ARTICLE]

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CHARON STEWARD GETS 15 MONTHS UR£MANTLE. ThurS. Ham Joon Fung. 47 a steward in the Charon. 1 was sentenced to 15 month's hard labour and fined £200. in default six months' Jail here today for unlawful possession of gold. I Police witnesses said gold worth between £400 and £50(i was

30 chosen for course [ARTICLE]

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30 chosen for course SINGAPORE. Thurs. Ten women are among 30 most Junior principals of Chinese and English schools, who have been selected by the Education Ministry to takr course in public administration. The course Is expected to start on Aug. 17 and end on Sept. 11.

Woman hurt [ARTICLE]

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Woman hurt ALOR BTAR. Thurs— Din Khai. 30. was serlou.-iy lnlured when she was knocked down by a PWD lorry thla morning at Pendang. 16 miles from here.

Wife who wants to go to prison [ARTICLE]

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Wife who wants to go to prison JPOH. Thurs— When a «ice seller was jailed for three months here today, his wife. Tang Lin Mooi. shouted from the well cf the court that she would go to prison In his place. "My husband is not going to serve the jail

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HOPES OF BREAKING GENEVA DEADLOCK NOW VERY DIM [ARTICLE]

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HOPES OF BREAKING GENEVA DEADLOCK NOW VERY DIM r<ENEVA, Thurs.— U There is little hope of any progress at the deadlock Big Four Foreign Ministers' conference here today as Western attention is focussed both on Mr. Khrushchev's Warsaw declaration and the visit to Moscow of Mr. Richard Nixon, the United

CHINA'S WOMEN ON TOP OF WORLD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CHINA'S WOMEN ON TOP OF WORLD HERE ARE three of the Chinese team of 33 men and women, who climbed Mt. Muztagh Ata in the Pamirs on July 7. Hsinhua news agency, which supplied this photograph, says the eight women climbers srt a new world record for women by scaling

Berlin: Russia will act if talks fail [ARTICLE]

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Berlin: Russia will act if talks fail ■WARSAW, Thurs. Russia and Poland announced last night they would back East Germany in measures to "liquidate the abnormal situation in West Berlin" if this were not done by other means. A joint statement signed by Mr. Khrushchev and Polish leaders at the

Australia's worst enemy in Asia [ARTICLE]

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Australia's worst enemy in Asia MELBOURNE, Thurs— The president of Australian Association of Hong Kong. Dr. Herbert Wong Kai Gee said today he believed the White Australia policy was Avs--taalia's worst enemy in Asia. "Asians are not bitter about being shut out," he said. "But Australia is losing a lot

Parliament backs Soekarno plan [ARTICLE]

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Parliament backs Soekarno plan JAKARTA, Thursday. ALL official opposition to President Soekarno 's decision to return to the 1945 constitution end-j ed today when Parliament agreed to support him. Parliament agreed unalmously to a suggestion by Dr. Soekarno that It continue its work under the 1945 constitution. Parliament thus avoided

Envoy was 'damned impertinent'| —paper [ARTICLE]

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Envoy was 'damned impertinent' paper JAKARTA. Than. Ihe Time* of Indonesia nM today the Chinese Embassy here was "damned impertinent" in asking that the film "Inn of the Sixth Happiness" should be withdrawn from Indonesia. The Times said Chinese Counsellor Szuma Wenshen should have been shown the door" when he

Guns forbidden [ARTICLE]

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Guns forbidden BEIRUT. Thurs. Radio Bagdad broadcast a proclamation banning people from carrying firearms In Iraq— U.P.l.

1,000 SEE GUILLOTINING [ARTICLE]

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1,000 SEE GUILLOTINING SAIGON. Thurs. A "Com-ied as a red assassin and was munlst murderer" was public- convicted of murdering Mr. ly guillotined yesterday In Ba Xuyen province. Vietnam trict news agency said today. The agency said more than The agency said the man. 1.000 people watched the cxcNguyen Trung

Your radio today... [ARTICLE]

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Your radio today... RADIO SINGAPORE Medium Have 476 metres A.M. 6.30 Good Morning; 6.32 Morning Prelude; 7.00 The News; 7.05 A Date With Music; 7.30 Speak Malay; 7.35 A Date With Music; 8.00 The News; 8.05 A Date With Music: 8.30—9.00 Semprini Serenade: P.M. 1.00 Programme Summary; 1.02 Inn With

2,000 see Nixon off to Moscow [ARTICLE]

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2,000 see Nixon off to Moscow BALTIMORE, Thurs.— The Vice-Presldent, Mr. Richard Nixon. left here last night for Moscow. He said he wanted to Impress on the Soviet leaders that the American people were united behind President Eisenhower's policy of a peace with justice. More than 2,000 people turned out

Nasser: We want respect [ARTICLE]

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Nasser: We want respect LONDON. Thurs.—President Nasser told a crowd of half a million people In Cairo's Republic Square last night that his policy towards Britain. America and Russia was friendship on the basis of mutual respect. His Government's world policy -was positive neutrality, he said In a broadcast markIng

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The tides. TODAY: Singapore 12.56 a.m. < 9ft 2im 2.01 p.m. (Sf,): Port' Dicluon 9.02 a.m. <Mt 31nt 9.23 p.m. (Bft bin); Penang 3.04 a.m. < 7ft 6in> 3.01 p.m. 18ft 4m TOMORROW/ Singapore 1.40 a.m Bft 71n> 2.33 p.m oft 91m; Port Dickron 9.35 a.m. iBft Wn). 9.!2 p.m.

Solution suggested to Staff Side men [ARTICLE]

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Solution suggested to Staff Side men Mr. Rajendra Tmaehers* union gives views on pay cut The myth about the English-educated -by SINGAPORE, Thursday. ]t|R. F. V. RAJENDRA, chairman of the Council iTI of Joint Action, tonight declared that irresponsible and exaggerated statements on the myth of a so-called "privileged class"

POLICE DETAIN FOUR YOUTHS [ARTICLE]

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POLICE DETAIN FOUR YOUTHS CINGAPORE, Thurs.— Police today, detained four youths under the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions) Ordinance, immediately after they were discharged in a magistrate's court for the murder of a youth, Ma Peng Swee. The four had appeared in the Ninth Magistrate's Court for a preliminary Inquiry In

Band concert [ARTICLE]

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Band concert SINGAPORE. Thurs. Th* Police band will perform in the Botanic Gardens between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday STRAITS TIMES guide to the national elections

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Today's Singapore diary... SHELL THEATRETIX. Collyer 11 a.m. and 5.15 p.m.. Mandarin Bt'KIT TIMAH YOUTH CLUB: Quay: Free film show. Song of 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Basketry 430 p.m. the Clouds'. 1.15 p.m. v u- r <r>n»r.»m r™>h, m« jo CHIAT YOUTH CLUB: elections. 9 a.m. Chlnese ia 15

In Perak—Alliance has lost ground in 4 years [ARTICLE]

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In Perak Alliance has lost ground in 4 years 53 CANDIDATES who are contesting the 20 seats in Perak have started intensive campaigns to woo the 451,841 voters in the State. The breakdown: Malays 201,115, Chin esc 200,100, Indians 50,360. In the 1955 general elections, there were only 206,469 voters.

UMNO strong in Ulu Perak constituency [ARTICLE]

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UMNO strong in Ulu Perak constituency In Ulu Perak (Upper Perak District) the tot»aj< electorate is 21,397— Malays, XXXXX Chinese 7,376, Indians 969. The biggest single constituency in the state, Ulu Perak spreads over a 1,500--square-mlle territory, is sparsely populated by about 45.000 people, mainly Malays, and covers the vast

WHO'S WHERE—AT A GLANCE [ARTICLE]

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WHO'S WHERE— AT A GLANCE THIS is the line-up: KRIAN LAIT. Inche Abdul Raof bin Abdul Rahman (All). Inche Haji Ahmad bin Hussein (PMIP. KRIAN DARAT: Inche Ahmad bin Haji Yusof (All), Ustaz Abdul Wahab bin Haji Mohamed Noor (PMIP). LARUT UTAH A: Inche Tajuddin bin Ali (All), Inche Ibrahim

Kroh south of border will see a very tough fight [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Kroh south of border will see a very tough fight PMIP, with the Malay electorate of 13,052 split, between them, with the UMNO nominee the favourite The independent candidate, Mr. Tan Kirn Seng, one of the acknowledged leaders of the Chinese community, resigned as chairman of the Malayan Chinese Association

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33ie Straits gSmrs Friday. July 24. 1959 Report On Nanyang [ARTICLE]

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33ie Straits gSmrs Friday. July 24. 1959 Report On Nanyang The Prescott Commission's report on Nanyang University is written in careful, discreet language; in general the words are no stronger than the findings themselves. It is objective, as becomes the work of academic men dealing with an academic subject, the

Policy Spoilt [ARTICLE]

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Policy Spoilt The British Labour Party's spokesman on colonial affairs has accused the Conservative 'Government in the House of Commons of losing the battle in Africa. Whilst it may be permissible in the heat of dej bate to characterise the winding up of African colonialism as a battle, it is

On The Frontier [ARTICLE]

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On The Frontier There are several indications that more than a decade of Indian policy toward China may soon change. The forcible "reform" of Tibet gave the worst jolt to her attitude of j peace and friendship toward (the massive northern neighi bour. Another matter that has I irritated a

Breaking a Chinese monopoly on trade [ARTICLE]

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Breaking a Chinese monopoly on trade Its result- A mass move to the cities and a change in population patterns AN Indonesian Government ban on trade and commerce in rural communities is expected to drive thousands of Chinese into the cities and bigger towns. The new policy involves upward of

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IN PRAISE OF TAXI DRIVERS [LETTER]

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IN PRAISE OF TAXI DRIVERS —or the night I lost my wallet 'J"HE other day l had the misfortune to drop a wallet In a rather dark road. Along came a taxidriver who stopped and not only helped me look for the wallet, but also Insisted on driving for free

JOBS FOR LOCAL MEN [LETTER]

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JOBS FOR LOCAL MEN NOW that Mr. Byrne has said that Immigrants were filling jobs which could be given to local people (ST. July 14) may I remind him that thousands of local youths, who have passed the School Leaving Certificate, are still without work. PARENT Singapore.

Dewan Bahasa [LETTER]

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Dewan Bahasa In two articles published on this page last Saturday and Monday based on a talk on Malay culture given by Tuan Syed Naslr bin Ismail, he was described as director of the "Malay Language and Literary Agency." This should be the "Language and Literature Agency" the aim of

INTELLECTUALS ARE NOT TO BLAME FOR THESE CONDITIONS [LETTER]

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INTELLECTUALS ARE NOT TO BLAME FOR THESE CONDITIONS IN an article in the university publication Fajar. Ahmad Mustapha Hassan, the president of the University of Malaya Socialist Club, accuses the Malay intelligentsia of exploiting the Malay peasants for their own advancement. I consider this a gross misinterpretation of facts. Emotion

4 months of neglect by rural board [LETTER]

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4 months of neglect by rural board 1 WISH to complain to the chairman of the Rural Board at the state of Dunbar Walk. At the beginning, the board did a wonderful job by cutting the grass and oatchinK the holes In the road And we had expec- ted them

East Germany builds a new deep sea harbour [ARTICLE]

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East Germany builds a new deep sea harbour DOSTOCK, Thurs. j East Germany's newj deep sea harbour here which is due to receive its first ship on May 1, 1960, will be able to handle between 25.000.--000 tons and 30.000,000 j tons of cargo a year by 1965, a spokesman

Russia and Yugoslavia may soon heal that trade rift [ARTICLE]

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Russia and Yugoslavia may soon heal that trade rift BELGRADE. Thurs.— 13 The Soviet Union and Yugoslavia will begin to try to patch up their economic relations soon but the going will not be easy. New talks arising from the fact that the Russians cancelled credits to Yugoslavia in May

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The Riddle of the "ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN" What is the hairy, two legged "thing" that roams the high Himalayas? Myth? Too many scientists, trained mountaineers, have seen it to dismiss it so easily. Missing link? Quite probably, declares an article in the June Reader's Digest (now on sale) which describes how,

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Straits Times wins case: Article was published in good faith [ARTICLE]

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Straits Times wins case: Article was published in good faith SINGAPORE, Thursday JnpHE third criminal district judge, Mr. K. T. Alexander, today acquitted the Straits Times Press (Malaya) Ltd. and its Editor -in -Chief, Mr. Leslie Hoffman, of a charge of defamation. Their defence was not called. Mr. Alexander saia

Court told of inaccuracies in report [ARTICLE]

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Court told of inaccuracies in report Mr. J. Lloyd, counsel for Mr. David Marshall, drew the attention of the court to what he said were Inaccuracies In the Straits Times report of Wednesday's proceedings. Mr. Lloyd said: "In the first case. Mr. Marshall was reported to have said: 'Mr. YaD

JUDGE: THE PROSECUTION HAS NOT SUCCEEDED [ARTICLE]

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JUDGE: THE PROSECUTION HAS NOT SUCCEEDED mation to express in good faith any opinion whatever respecting the conduct of a public servant in the discharge of his public duties. In the Singapore Penal Code, the words "public servant" in the Indian code were replaced by "any person." Mr Lloyd submitted

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Young Hayley doesn't put a foot wrong [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Young Hayley doesn't put a foot wrong rpriERE is such an abundance of good things in "TIGER BAY" that J- it is difficult to know where to start describing them. John Mills' daughter. Hayley Mills, is certainly the best child actress I have seen. She does not put a foot

GO WEST WITH THE BASQUES [ARTICLE]

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GO WEST WITH THE BASQUES THE plot of "THUNX DER IN THE SUN" is one we have all seen many times before, showing the great trek west to California and the hazatcis encountered en route from prairie fires to Indians. What lifts this film right up on a plane of

'Mansions' built up on cliches [ARTICLE]

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'Mansions' built up on cliches "fREEN MANSIONS' suffers badly from poverty of dialogue. The colour and scenery are magnificent, but the actors just don't have a chance to show their talents with this cliche-ridden script. Animal lovers will, however, thoroughly enjoy the delightful forest scenes with their variety of birds

A FLYING START AND GOOD CLEAN FUN [ARTICLE]

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A FLYING START AND GOOD CLEAN FUN THE Hound of Hell which terrorised the Baskerville lords for well over two centuries turned out to be a rath c r disappointinß beast when at last it appeared. but this scarcely detracted from the entertainment value of that famous Sherlock Holmes story,

Russian winner [ARTICLE]

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Russian winner PRAGUE. Thurs..— A Russian film "The Fate of Man was awarded the main prlu at the conclusion of the 10th workers' film festival in Czechoslovakia, according to a report by the Czechoslovak news agency Ceteka. -Reuter.

COMBINED OP. FOR BORNEO [ARTICLE]

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COMBINED OP. FOR BORNEO SINGAPORE. Thurs. Troops transported by RAF Beverleys and Royal Navy destroyers will take part in a three-week] exercise in North Borneo jointly with the North Borneo police mobile force begin nine Sept. 3. A force headquarters will be set up in the Sandakan area and the

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Straits Times Crossword ACBOSB 6 Mixture supplied by O«len 1 A* rich man's aan among lem- and me 7 poral misfits (12). 7 Habit rent and repaired 8 Maker of pen components in Pilgrim's rendezvous (3. 6. St. the running (7). 10 If I am wordly-wlse you wont 9 Standard

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(Cemttnvad from Page 6) SITUATIONS VACANT tt Wardi St (Mlm.) Box St Ha. extra ESTATE CONDUCTOR Box A 839 8.T.. Ipoh. Position filled Applicants thanked. EARN 86. to $10. a day. part time or full time, if you have selling ability. Apply Box A 5621 aT. Spore. ASIAN LADY REQUIRED

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SITUATIONS VACANT it Wardi SS (Mim.) Box St Ha. extra HARVEY'S MASSAGE SALOON Requires three European Girls Masseuse. Please apply 33 Slang Kuang Avenue, Sennett Estate. Singapore. Tel: XXXXX. COOK-BOY and Amah required. Married couple preferred. Oood references essential. Apply 117 Astrid Hills, Singapore 10. Telephone XXXXX. Excellent Quarters. LADY

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BOUSES LAND FOB SALE M Warda SS (Mlm.) Box St Ha. txtrm VALUABLE FREEHOLD LAND Vacant, near School, over 35.000 sq. ft But Coast Rd. /Telok Kurau Frontages. Post Box 1724. Singapore. 7 MARTIA ROAD Spore respectable residential area XXXXX sJ. near sea-aide, vacant pou— minn I Phone XXXXX. 8

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LOST it Wardi Si (Mlm.)— Bax it Hi. lira ONE LAROB BLACK Female French Poodle, name is Roo. Red collar. Reward offered. Phone Scott (Spore) XXXXX. DOGS AT STUD It Wardi SS (Mlm.)— Mas St Hi. amtrm BOXER Capt. Wright's Famous Cuck of Trunnelmyre Superb Son of World renowned Prolich

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SHOPPING GUIDE (Spore) tt Wardi Sit (Himimmm) Daila 1 month. It Warda StSt (Mlm.) OAY COTTON DRESSES Mulehands' Tel: XXXXX A 3022 "i. BHORT EVENING DRESSES oi latest materials Rose Gown Shop FOR MEN, sovereign Kumfort Shoes sole Agents Yarl Store, Tel: XXXXX. O.E.C CEILING FANS Bas\ Hire Purchase Terms

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CHEW /^XN GETS (cSsEfx) CRACKING \O£K/ Every car, teß.irdless of age, will give a better per formance on CALTEX RPM and MARFAK Lubrication. MOTOR OIL H. D. I JuudutCtecZjuori CH ASSI S CREASE CALTEX (ASIA) LTI

Comercial Mews and View Compiled □ INDONESIAN SHIPMENTS DROP 1,600 TONS MONTHLY [ARTICLE]

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Comercial Mews and View Compiled INDONESIAN SHIPMENTS DROP 1,600 TONS MONTHLY

Coffee imports show large reduction [ARTICLE]

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Coffee imports show large reduction INDONESIAN SHIPMENTS DROP 1,600 TOWS MONTHLY gINGAPORE'S entrepot trade is now being further adversely affected because there has been a considerable reduction in coffee supplies reaching the port from Indonesian sources. Local dealers have estimated that shipments of Indonesian coffee reaching Singapore totalled only 400

'Knutsen Line aids our trade' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Knutsen Line aids our trade' 'THE Knutsen Line Far Eastern service is considerably helping the movement of cargoes between Malaya and Western Australia. This claim was made yesterday by Mr. D F. Clayton manager of the shipping department of Sandilands Buttery and Co. Ltd., Knutsen's Malayan agents. Cargo vessels Mr.

Bank profit [ARTICLE]

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Bank profit The Bank of India Ltd. has announced a profit of $1.801 -972 for the six months ended June 30, which, together with $820,177 brought forward from the last account makes a total of $2,622,149. The directors have declared an interim dividend of 12 per cent for the half

Waterman to sell new range of pens [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Waterman to sell new range of pens A WIDER range of Waterman pens to suit every pocket will be available in the Singapore and Malayan markets following the re-organisation of the London company. Mr. P.W. Fredman. the new overseas manager who is now visiting Singapore, said that his company was

NEW AID FOR TOMATOES [ARTICLE]

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NEW AID FOR TOMATOES rE Rotterdam Trading Co. (Malaya) Ltd., is importing a new type of fungicide from Holland suitable for protecting tomato plants. Called Tritoftorol, the fungicide is being produced by N. V Fabriek Van Chemisette Producten, Vondelingenplaat. Rotterdam. Mr. George Chia. in charge of the chemical department of

Insurance business has big scope in Malaya, Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Insurance business has big scope in Malaya, Singapore rpHE industrial development which is now taking place in Malaya will provide even more scope for insurance companies to expand business, Mr. J. H. Mehta, the retiring Singapore manager of The New India Assurance Co. Ltd., said yesterday. Mr. Mehta said that

New detergent [ARTICLE]

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New detergent A British company. The County Chemical Co. Ltd. of Sollhull. has Introduced a new liquid household cleanser to Singapore and Malaya. Nam Alk Trading Co. are sole distributors.

MALAYA RUBBER SALES [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA RUBBER SALES MALAYA was again Japans largest supplier of natural rubber in May. reports the Japan Rubber Importers' Association In Tokyo. The association said that out of total Japanese purchases of 11.609 tons during the month. 8,871 tons were Imported from Malaya. The second largest supplier was Indonesia which

JAPANESE AIM TO SELL MORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JAPANESE AIM TO SELL MORE JAPANESE traders are confident of increasing business in Malaya. Mr. K. Akiyama, the Japanese Commercial Attache in Singapore said yesterday. He said that during the past three years 40 Japanese trading companies had established offices and representatives in Singapore. These included a bank, an airline,

Car exports [ARTICLE]

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Car exports Britain exported 282.537 cars during the first six months this year, an Increase of 40.240 cars over the corresponding period last year, according to figures published by the Board of Trade in London.

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Technicolor II goes smartly [ARTICLE]

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Technicolor II goes smartly PEANUT KID AGAIN SHOWS UP WITH THE FASTEST GALLOP OF THE MORNING n, likely favourite for the Penang; Gold Cup on Saturday, went stylishly on the training track this morning. Ridden by Bill Williamson, this smart four-year-old was hardly out of a canter when he covered

TURN PRO IF YOU CAN, SAYS HOPMAN [ARTICLE]

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TURN PRO IF YOU CAN, SAYS HOPMAN MONTREAL, Thurs. Harry Hopaun. the architect of Aiulraiia's postwar Davis Cup successes, would advise a top class amateur tennis player to turn professional if given the opportunity. "There will never be anothrr -ra in which a professional tennis player can do so well

Darul stay unbeaten [ARTICLE]

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Darul stay unbeaten SINGAPORE. Thurs. Defending champions Darul Aflah maintained their unbeaten record in Div. 1 of the SAPA League when tneyoeat Indian K.C. 4-1 at Jala n Besar Stadium today. It was the Indians' first defeat in ihe League. Darul Allah took the lead in the fifth minute through

14-0 victory [ARTICLE]

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14-0 victory PENANG. Thurs. Sepoy Ijnes beat Tan.iong Bunge Bangers 14-0 in a Dtv. I league soccer match here yesterday.

Lions 58-3 [ARTICLE]

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Lions 58-3 GREYMOU'IH. Thurs. The British Isles Rugby Union touring team beat a combined West Coast una Buller side 58-3 here yesterday.

AHMAD PLAYED TENNIS FOR 2 COUNTRIES [ARTICLE]

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AHMAD PLAYED TENNIS FOR 2 COUNTRIES IFTIKHAR AHMAD, one of Asia's leading tennis players, flew Into Singapore tonight to represent Pakistan at the Lawn Tennis Association of Malaya's open championships in Ipoh from July 30 to Aug. 3. Ahmad who has the uniaue distinction of representing two countries. India and

AFTER THIS WEEKEND, A NEW LOOK FOR THE OLD RECORD BOOK

Singapore athletes are all set for best feats ever [ARTICLE]

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Singapore athletes are all set for best feats ever TEOH ENG TA7T <3y SINGAPORE. Thurs. Given the right conditions, Singapore athletes will re-write a large section of the record book when the Singapore AAA holds its annual championships at Farrer Park stadium tomorrow and on Saturday. From performances returned at

KOH'S TARGET IS LONG JUMP RECORD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KOH'S TARGET IS LONG JUMP RECORD MOK SIN PIN, Singapore, Thursday T EE FUN's Malayan long jump record of 23ft. 2in. J has withstood all assaults since 1938. Now 21 years later, a 19-year-old schoolboy has shown promise of breaking it. A fortnight ago when Koh Hun Khoon jumped 22ft

Teachers win [ARTICLE]

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Teachers win By PKNANO. Thurs. Penang Teachers beat Free School 5-1 In a friendly soccer match at Green Lane today.

'Culprit' is the rock-hard track [ARTICLE]

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'Culprit' is the rock-hard track By F. SALAHUDIN SINGAPORE, Thurs. The rock-hard surface of the Farrer Park cinder track is the "culprit" behind the spate of last-minute withdrawals from the Singapore Amateur athletic championships tomorrow and on Saturday. It caused the damaged muscles of Ernest Frida and hurdler M. Gunasena

Winchester to lead North [ARTICLE]

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Winchester to lead North KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. I Jimmy Winchester will captain the North cricket team, which includes eight Selangor players, 10 meet South in their annual match I which will be played at Seremban on Aug. 1, 2 and 3. Two players from Penang and one from Perak complete

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SINGAPORE: Soccer Div. 38. Radln Mas v Stable Boys. Farrer Park; Kriendly. JoUilads v Royal Military Police. Farrer Park. Athletics Singapore championFarrer Park (2 JO p.m.).

Mr. Ng says Commission's report is 'very damaging and misleading5 [ARTICLE]

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Mr. Ng says Commission's report is 'very damaging and misleading 5 Nanyang's architect defends the design of buildings Siang, the Singapore architect who designed the buildings at the Nanyang University, today strongly refuted a statement made in the Prescott Commission report that some students' dormit o r y buildings were

LONDON STOCK [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCK LONDON, Thurs. There was a change on sentiment In London fttock markets today and recent buyers of glltedged securities were again turning their attention to industrial equities. While glltedged drifted lower leading Industrial equities moved ahead. Closing middle prices of selected stocks not Including stamp duty MR UILTEDGED

Quemoy siege [ARTICLE]

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Quemoy siege TAIPEH. Thurs. Communist China's bombardment of the Quemoy Islands, nowlimited to sporatlc nuisance shellings. entered its 12th month today with no sign it will end.— U.P.l.

New records [ARTICLE]

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New records LONDON. Thurs.— Britain's motor industry set new production and export records during the past half year.

Nikita in tough mood as Nixon arrives for visit [ARTICLE]

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Nikita in tough mood as Nixon arrives for visit LATE FOREIGN NEWS MOSCOW, Thursday. VICE-PRESIDENT Richard Nixon arrived in Moscow today with a broad grin and words of friendship from the United States to be met with a tough and challenging speech by Mr. Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet Prime Minister.

CRICKET-CLOSE OF PLAY SCORES [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET-CLOSE OF PLAY SCORES MANCHESTER, Thurs. England had scored 304 for three wickets by close on the first day of the Fourth Test against India here today. England's captain Colin Cowdrey won the toss and Gilbert Parlchouse and Oeofl Puliar made a steady start against the medium pace of Ramakant

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punting A guaranteed favourite with *~"vq T /fi punters is the Free Press Race _i H\ Day Special. Published on the IdflM L^^^feitE Saturday and Wednesday of every race meeting every issue contains valuable racing information. Race Day Special A Favourite with Punters because it has... Race mornfng information direct

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YAP CHOE: August Yap second son of Mr. <Sc Mrs. Yap 8uee I.eong of Kuala Lumpur to Daisy Choe fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Choe Soon Lee of Malacca