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THE SUNDAY TIMES \pk#Sat m No. 1302 SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1960 SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1960 20 CENTS

UN CRISIS OVER CONGO: DAG DASHES BACK TO H.Q. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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UN CRISIS OVER CONGO: DAG DASHES BACK TO H.Q. Council meets today on Katanga entry failure NEW YORK Saturday. MR. DAG HAMMARSKJOELD, the United Nations Secretary-General, today returned to his crisisstrained headquarters here to report to an urgent Security Council session tomorrow on his failure to move U.N. troops into

GHANA OFFERS MILITARY AID [ARTICLE]

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GHANA OFFERS MILITARY AID y^CCRA, Sat. President Kwame Nkrumah today offeree to lend "such armed resistance as the Republic of Congo might request" if the United Nations foiled to find a solution to the problems of Katanga President Nkrumah told a specially called press conference that Ghana would provide this

Girl's plea to marry 'death'pilot [ARTICLE]

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Girl's plea to marry 'death' pilot JAKARTA, Sat- Molly Mambo, fiancee of condemned pilot Daniel A. Maukar, has asked the Air Force military court to allow her to wed him in prison. Maukar was sentenced to I death for strafing President Sukarno's palace on March 9. An appeal to the

Red oil tor Cuba [ARTICLE]

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Red oil tor Cuba HAVANA. Sat Fifteen tankers 11 Russian, four Greek. British and Yugoslav —will arrive this month with Russian crude oil for Cuba.

'Peeping Tom' patrols assigned to parks [ARTICLE]

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'Peeping Tom' patrols assigned to parks Jackie Sam By SINGAPORE, Sat. Detectives have been assigned t« patrol all State parks to keep passions under control. These plainclorhes men have been ordered out to stop all "improper ond indecent" behaviour among courting couples. The biggest concentration of men 20 working in

Hiroshima mourns atom deaths with floating lights [ARTICLE]

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Hiroshima mourns atom deaths with floating lights yOKYO, Sat Paper candle lanterns on tiny rafts floated down tonight on the rivers and canals of Hiroshima, each one commemorating some of the 200,000 or more killed, blasted or burned to death 15 years ago at 8.15 a.m. (local time) on August

TENGKU-IN AND OUT [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU-IN AND OUT SINGAPORE, Sat. MaO laya's Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, arrived here this morning by a Royal Malayan Air Force plane for a short, personal visit. During his five-hour stay, the Tengku inspected a yacht being built for the Federation Government at a shipyard here. Singapore s Prime

Casting vote saves the PMIP Govt. [ARTICLE]

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Casting vote saves the PMIP Govt. KUALA TRENCCANU. Saturday. A SINGLE casting vote by the Speaker, Inche Mohamed Taib Sabri bin Abu Bakar, saved the Pan-Malayan Islamic Party-controlled Trengf*anu State Government from collapse today. When the "no-confidence" motion moved by Inche Mohamed bin Abdul Rahman (Party Negara. Bukit Besar) was

A MONTHS REST FOR SICK KING [ARTICLE]

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A MONTHS REST FOR SICK KING J^UALA LUMPUR, Sat.— The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, who has fever, will stay in Bungsnr Hospital tor a week and then rest for a month. The Deputy Yang dl-Per-tuan Agong. the Raja of Perils, will arrive heir on Monday to take over the King's duties

Vote of confidence [ARTICLE]

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Vote of confidence ROME. Sat.— The 10-day-old Italian All-Christian Democrat Government, headed by Professor Amlntorfanl. won a big majority vote of confidence in the Chamber of Deputies last night. Reuter.

Philip's new name [ARTICLE]

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Philip's new name CARDIFF. Sat Prlnct Philip yesterday received a new name Philip Moirionydd Philip of Merioneth*— when he was installed an honorary member of the Order of Welsh Bards.— Reuter.

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■Yesterdaywas the 15th anniversary of the dropping of the world's first atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. It put an end to the Pacific war. It also killed 50,000 men, women and children. Today Read about the 12 men who are haunted by the hell of Hiroshima. The

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HAUNTED by the hell of HIROSHIMA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HAUNTED by the hell of HIROSHIMA DAVID ENGLISH These were no ordinary men... they were hand picked to launch The screams of a whole city blended into one great death cry 'Yes,' said the colonel, 'we're splitting the atom today.' The effect on the men was one of fear and

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THE TORMENT OF 12 MEN WHO WERE ORDERED TO KILL 50,000 PEOPLE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE TORMENT OF 12 MEN WHO WERE ORDERED TO KILL 50,000 PEOPLE the weapon which changed the world //c named the Flying Fortress a*lcr his mother, Enola Gay. uiio were going to drop the atom bomb. But while Tibbets felt that he couldn't tell Nelson and the crew ot the

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Warning on 'political lunatics' [ARTICLE]

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Warning on 'political lunatics' /IS DISASTROUS TO LISTEN TO THEIR SIREN SONGS' SAYS Mr. DEVAN NAIR SINCAPORE, Saturday. ATOP TRADE UNION leader. Mr. C.V. Devan Nair, today warned the workers of Singapore that it would be disastrous to listen to the "siren songs" o# lunatics of the Left or the

TRAINING FOR TWO POLICE WOMEN [ARTICLE]

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TRAINING FOR TWO POLICE WOMEN KUALA LLMPI R, Sat. Sarawak's first two women police inspectors Miss Wong Siong Ting and Miss Annie I zaraga of Kuching arrived here today for training at the Federal Police Depot. They have been chosen by the Sarawak Government to undergo eight months training here

Youth says he did not threaten dad [ARTICLE]

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Youth says he did not threaten dad PNANG. Sat. An 18--year-old youth threatened to kill his father if he did not pay him $150. the First Magistrate's Court was. told today. "I only asked him lor money but I did not threaten him at all." said Tan Eng Huat. He

MALAYAN KITCHEN ART [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN KITCHEN ART Tasty recipes for currying lish and vegetables are explained by an expert in llu- Angus! issue of HER WQF.LD.

Expert here to study industries [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Expert here to study industries A 61 -YEAR-OLD New ZeaU arrived to advise the Sir dustrial research and the ass to its new industries. Mr. Pollard, who arrived by air last night, will be here for the next three months. At the end of his visit he will report to

POLICE QUIZ 43 HELD IN RAID [ARTICLE]

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POLICE QUIZ 43 HELD IN RAID IyiALACCA, Sat. One man was arrested and 43 others were taken for questioning following a surprise police raid on sus- j pected secret society hide- j outs in the City Park area here last night The area was suddenly cordoned off by the police

Role of women [ARTICLE]

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Role of women SINGAPORE. Sat— A talk on "The Role of Women In I History", sponsored by the Singapore Buddhist Association, will be given by Mrs. Winifred Holmes at the Sri Lanka Temple, St. Michaels Road at 7.1s p.m. tomorrow.

Work on dam to start soon [ARTICLE]

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Work on dam to start soon 17UALA LUMPUR, Sat. Construction of the Ringlet Dam at the Cameron Highlands hydro-elec-tric dam project will start within a few days. The Dam will t>e 130 feet high ana will hold 1.760 million gallons. An order in the Pahang Government Gazette today closes the

I MIXED VIEWS ON JUDGE'S CALL TO I 'CANE THEM' [ARTICLE]

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I MIXED VIEWS ON JUDGE'S CALL TO I 'CANE THEM' SINGAPORE, Saturday. A MIXED reception today greeted a Singapore High Court judge's recommendation to impost caning in oddition to a substantial sentence of jo-l term for crimes like armed robbery or robbery with violence. Mr. Justice Buttrose had made the

Malacca Governor was not there [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Governor was not there It was incorrectly stated in the Straits Times on Friday that the Governor of Malacca. Dato Haji Abdul Malek bin Yusuf. was present during the visit of the Commander-in-Chief. Far East Land Forces. General Sir Richard Hull, to Fort George. Bukit Tercndak. on the previous

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Merger only after rate problems are solved—Petir [ARTICLE]

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Merger only after rate problems are solved— Petir TO MANOEUVRE BETWEEN COLONIAL INTERESTS AND COMMUNISTS REQUIRES FIRM STRATEGY SINGAPORE, Saturday. f"HE People's Action Party believes that however strong resistance to merger may be in the Federation now. prospects for it will become better as the Federation resolves its communal problem.

Mystery man, 66. dies [ARTICLE]

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Mystery man, 66. dies w GAPORE. Sat The police appealed tonight for information on Poh Choo Koon. aged 66. who dfed on Wednesday at the General Hospital. Poh was taken to hospital alter he collapsed while walking along Weld Road on July 30. Anyone who ha.; information should contact Inspector

Malayan youth team leaves for Ghana talks [ARTICLE]

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Malayan youth team leaves for Ghana talks THt Malayan Youth Council delegation left here today by air tor Ghana bearing a resolution condemning bouth Africa's apartheid policy. The three-man delegation will table the resolution at the council conference of the World Assembly of Youth to' be held at Accra from

TEXT OF THE RESOLUTION [ARTICLE]

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TEXT OF THE RESOLUTION This is the text of the resolution which delegates of the Malayan Youth Council will table at the World Assembly of Youth conference at Accra In adnerence of the universal Declaration of Human Rights, the M.V.C vehemently condemns the apartheid policy pursued by the South African

Tras celebrates end of crisis [ARTICLE]

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Tras celebrates end of crisis RUB. Sat— A 46-yrar-oid i I'Uli worker and former detainee marked the official end of the Emergrnc earlin tins week hv fr«rinu live birds trom (aptivitx in a vtmbolir c«sturr Hi* wife se\cn children ami 50 other \ourm>ters left the tea-party he was holding M

Shipyard workers' strike settled [ARTICLE]

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Shipyard workers' strike settled SINGAPORE, Saturdoy. THE: three-week-old strike at the Toniong Rhu shipyard of John I Thornycroft and Co. Ltd., is over An agreement was reached today between the management and the Singapore General Employees' Union representing about 250 workers employed by the firm. The company's employees, who walked

EXCHANGE WORKING PARTY IS SET UP [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE WORKING PARTY IS SET UP Xl ALA LI.MPIR Sat A si\-man working party has been set up to study the details of establishing a rubber exchange in the I ederation. Its chairman will be Mr. I e\\ Sip Hon. Controller of I port Commodities in the Ministry of Commerce

Scholar leaves for higher studies [ARTICLE]

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Scholar leaves for higher studies SINGAPORE. Sat Mr Goh Soo Tian. 23-year-old University of Malaya honours graduate In arts, who has been awarded a foreign student scholarship for graduate studies a i th»- University of Kansa>. left yesterday by air for the United Sta; He obtained his B.A. •Honours) this

Angklung lessons for audience [ARTICLE]

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Angklung lessons for audience SINGAPORE. Sat The! Ministry of Culture will present an Aneka Ragam Raayat j at the Botanic Gardens tomorrow from 4.30 to 6.30 p.m. Pak Kasur. of Indonesia. who is here under a cultural exchange programme, will give angklung lesson.-, to the audience.

Talk by almoner to Toe H [ARTICLE]

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Talk by almoner to Toe H SINGAPORE. Sat. Miss Sylvia. I. Perera. almoner at the Tan Tock Seng Hospital will speak on "Almoning in a T.B. Hospital" to the TOC II Club on Aug. 16. The talk will bo held at 8.30 p.m. at Talbot House. Scotts Road.

Ceylon Navy ships on goodwill visit [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon Navy ships on goodwill visit SINGAPORE. Sat Two ships of the Royal Ceylon Navy, tho Mahasena and the Parakrama. will pay a goodwill visit to Singapore between Tuesday and Friday. The call will be the first by the Royal Ceylon Navy to the State of Singapore.

A MACHINE TO DO ALL YOUR KNITTING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A MACHINE TO DO ALL YOUR KNITTING SINGAPORE. Sat— A Japanese woman is now in Singapore to show .Malayan women how they can knit a jumper or shawl in a matter of hours. Mrs. Yoshika Aoto. vicechairman of the All Japan Knitting Craft Association and the craft's Tutors' Association, today

92 vice raids in S'pore last month [ARTICLE]

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92 vice raids in S'pore last month SINGAPORE. Sal. The Social Welfare Department I last month carried out 92 raids on hotels and brothels. Four girls were detained; j six others sought Social Wel- lure protection. Four were discharged from welfare 1 homes, and a girl who ran away was

Man with 11 convictions gets 3 years and rotan for theft [ARTICLE]

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Man with 1 1 convictions gets 3 years and rotan for theft CINGAPORE, Sot A thief who was said to have spent most of his adult life in jail, was today sent back to jail for another three years for theft of a gold chain Tan Ah Hai. 28. who

SI 3.7ni1. collected [ARTICLE]

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SI 3.7ni1. collected KUALA LUMPUR. Sat Nett collections from income tax during July totalled nearly $13,700,000 it was announced today.

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A USEFUL LITTLE PARTY NUMBER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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For the girl who doesn't want to be a wallflower [ARTICLE]

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For the girl who doesn 't want to be a wallflower HOW TO BE YOURSELF ANSWERS TO HELP THOSE IN DOUBT EACH YEAR, thousands of girls in Singapore and the Federation leave school and find themselves in a world completely different from the one they had known. They find themselves

The tie to buy for him [ARTICLE]

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The tie to buy for him LONDON. rIE Tic Manufacturers' Association here has issued some hints to help a man choose the tie that does most for his type. The tips are also aimed at women, the association says, because it is reckoned "they buy most of the ties, anyway."

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PROBE INTO NEW USES FOR OUR PRODUCE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PROBE INTO NEW USES FOR OUR PRODUCE Douii Liiclccrslctn POSSIBILITIES OF CANNING RAMBUTAN From LONDON. Saturday NON-ALCOHOLIC CIDER MAY BE MADE FROM THE JUICE OF CASHEW NUTS IS CHANCE remark by Malaya's High Commissioner in London. Tengku ■Ya'acob, during a visit to the Tropical Products Institute may lead to a

YWCA PLANS HOLIDAY PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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YWCA PLANS HOLIDAY PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN CINCAPORE Sat.— The Young Women's Christian Association here has drawn up a 12-day programme for the August school holidays to promote better friendship among students of all nationalities. The International Youth Holiday Programme, which is open to boys and girls between 1 and

YMCA lecture on US varsities [ARTICLE]

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YMCA lecture on US varsities SINGAPORE. Sat. Mr. Stephen If. Sestanovich. director of the United States Information Service in Singapore, will give a talk on "Universities in the United States of America" at 7.30 p.m. on Aug. 19. at the Chinese V.M.C.A.

AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES [ARTICLE]

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AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES ■■■tit iniiouii.'. loaay s M.n?- aule of iiwl aircralt :no\e- menus at tlie SUigapon Al.pori: m;i,iv H v BO.%1': P.'oin Tok\o. Hems Kouc .BA 9t)s> 6.05 p m liom London. Calcutta, Bangkok (BA 778 i 935 p.m; fn.m London, Dussekiorf. Beirut. B.,n.em. Calcutta iBA 730) 5.10

Police band date [ARTICLE]

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Police band date SINGAPORE. Sat. The Singapore Police ba.nd will play at the bsplanade on Wednesday from 7.30 p.m. to I 8.30 p.m.

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DUSUN'S NEWS RELAY SERVICE PUT TO TEST THE DUSUN, Friday, July 29. QNL Wednesday morning, Haroun, a stranger, rang up to ask the Tuan to tell Ma' Ha|i that she and her son Abu were expected ot his house next Sunday. A.s thru was plenty of time, to pass on

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Nixons attend a war dance [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nixons attend a war dance Vice President, Mr. Richard If. Nixon, thanks Pi mils Indians from Nixon, Nevada, who put on a war dance to greet him as he arrived a I Reno, Nevada, in the course of his political campaign. With Mr. Nixon is his wife, Pat

One man's crisis [ARTICLE]

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One man's crisis I STOOD up on the sect ond pushed the top half of my body out cf the cockpit. Pressed hard against »he fuselage, half in, half out, I struggled in o nightmare of fear ond confusion to drop clear, but could not do so. This woj. one

5,000 children to take part in Festival Week [ARTICLE]

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5,000 children to take part in Festival Week SINCAPORE, Saturday. riVE THOUSAND schoolchildren will take part in a Children's Fes- tival Week from Friday to hel p contribute to the National Theatre Fund and to foster better relations among all students in Singapore. The eight-day festival will begin at 5

What's on during the festival [ARTICLE]

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What's on during the festival SINGAPORE, Sat. The programme lor '.he Children's Festival Week In Singapore is ma follows: Friday, Aug. 12: Opening of art exhibition a: tiie Chinese Cnamber of Commerce by the Yang diPertuan Neguiu. Exhibition will be open to the public from Aug. 13 to 20 between

ETNA ERUPTS AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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ETNA ERUPTS AGAIN CATANIA (Sicllyi. Sat.— A fresh series of explosions shook Mount Etna last night, bringing to an end a period of calm which had followed the crater's activity last month.— Reuter.

2 jets collide: Pilots killed [ARTICLE]

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2 jets collide: Pilots killed TOKYO. Sat. Two jet fighters, based on the super U.S. aircraft carrier Ranger, collided In mid-air northeast of Okinawa yesterday. Both pilots were killed. The U.S. Navy said the fighters were on a "navigational flight" when the collision occurred— U.P I.

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Minister with a mission: To make the free spending Indian worker save [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Minister with a mission: To make the free spending Indian worker save NC YOOK YOON SAMBANTHAN: EMULATE THE CHINESE FOR THEIR THRIFT AND HARDINESS By A TALL, hand some. middle-aged man in South Indian rational dress minus the cap sivs m a small annexe of the Federation Pu bI ie

Missionary is acquitted [ARTICLE]

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Missionary is acquitted SINGAPORE. Sat— A missionary, Gnanamuthu Dlxon James, has been acquitted by a magistrate's court here on a charge of using criminal force on Mrs. Sylvia Brrokes, 20. intending to outrage her modesty. This was alleged to have taken place In Medway Drive, Serangoon Garden Estate, on June

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CHANGES IN EDUCATION STRUCTURE [ARTICLE]

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CHANGES IN EDUCATION STRUCTURE riAR-REACIUNG were the recommendations submitted by the Federation^ Education Review Committee In its report, published during the week. The committee, headed by the Minuter of Education. Inche Abdul Rahman bin Haji Talib, was appointed by the government in February to review the education policy set out

THE KEY TO KENNEDY—BY KENNEDY HIMSELF [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE KEY TO KENNEDY— BY KENNEDY HIMSELF PERCY HOWARD By HELD stiffly in a spinal jacket, a young veteran of the war against Japan lay in hospital surrounded by books. Not many weeks previously alter a dangerous operation the last rites had been administered to him. He still did not

Good for a laugh [ARTICLE]

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Good for a laugh A ROYAL Air Force station overseas had a magnificently appointed officers' mess. Not only that, in the dining room were locally-employed civilian waitresses. One morning the messing officer called all the waitresses together. "Today, ladles. I should like you to take particular care with your appearances.

The Nixon legend comes to life [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Nixon legend comes to life Dee Wells By IN 1930 the depression was settling down over America like a sodden eiderdown. Everywhere business was bad. And money was short. In New York Chicago San Francisco even in tiny Prescott, Arizona. In Prescott that summer the Slippery Gulch Rodeo looked

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A WASH OF GOOD MONET [ARTICLE]

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A WASH OF GOOD MONET Malayan students are not up to standard says report This, according to article, is the opinion of West Australian experts PERTH. Saturday. AN article published in the Weekend Mail here says that Western Australia's education authorities are advising Asian parents not to waste money by

WHY DO YOU BLUSH? [ARTICLE]

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WHY DO YOU BLUSH? Do you blush One man in three does, and so do four out of every five women All think they know why, but do they' You can find the answer in an illuminating arti-| cle in the August issue of HER WORLD. medicine, accountancy, economics or

Two delegates leave for student talks [ARTICLE]

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Two delegates leave for student talks SINGAPORE. Sat. Mr. S. Paramsothy. of the Uni- vprsity of Malaya in Singapore Students' Union, has left i for Switzerland to attend the ninth International Students' 1 Conference from Aug 21 to i I Aug 30. As one of Singapore's two delegates, he will

Luncheon for boys in business [ARTICLE]

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Luncheon for boys in business SINGAPORE. Bat. The Singapore Junior Chamber of Commerce will hold a luncheon in honour of all parti- ripants of their "Boys' Day j in Business" project at Vie- torta Memorial Hall on Aug. t 20 at 1.15 Din

PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION MEMBERS ARE NAMED [ARTICLE]

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PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION MEMBERS ARE NAMED SLNGAPORE. Bat. Fortythree youth leaders, sportsmen, artists and educationists have been appointed by the Prime Minister. M:. Lee Kuan Yew. to be members of the People's Associa- tlon of Singapore for three The Prime Minister is chairman of the Association. Members :iro: Mrs. Eileen M

PARCELS BRING SMILES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PARCELS BRING SMILES There were smiles on the faces of 80 victims of the Potong Pasir fire on July 28, when they were each given $32, 30 katties of rice, and other necessities at the Social Welfare Department in Havelock Road, Singapore, yesterday. The Minister for Labour and Law, Mr.

THIEVES STEAL ROOFS OF HOUSES [ARTICLE]

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THIEVES STEAL ROOFS OF HOUSES SINGAPORE, Sat. Utf week, the final touches were put to a row of 10 brick houses in Somapah KMate. Changi. in readiness for liir owners. When the contractor, Mr. N'E Cheung Swee. visited the estate yesterday for a last look round, he found that all

Teachers leave for Britain [ARTICLE]

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Teachers leave for Britain SINGAPORE. Sat. Two school teachers. Mr. Quek Yean Chone: and Mr. Chua Chye Hock, sailed yesterday in the P and O. Liner Carthage for Britain on British Council scholarships. Mr. Quek is a senior teacher at Ealing School and Mr. Chua is a senior teacher <at

Six want to go on that long, cool drive to Britain [ARTICLE]

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Six want to go on that long, cool drive to Britain KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. CIX PEOPLE have come forward so far saying they wani to accompany adventurous ex-planter Clifford G. Standley, 33, in his air-conditioned car when he begins his long, long drive overland to Britain. Three are from Singapore,

Police promotion [ARTICLE]

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Police promotion SINGAPORE. Sat. Inche Mohamed Amln bin Haji Jamil. Superintendent of Police, has been promoted to be Assistant Commissioner of Police, according to a Singapore Government Gazette announcement.

2-DAY PHOTO SHOW [ARTICLE]

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2-DAY PHOTO SHOW SINGAPORE. Sat— An exhibition of photographs from Vietnam will be held at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Hill Street on Monday and Tuesday.

What's on today [ARTICLE]

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What's on today PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY OF SINGAPORE: Exhibition oi selected photographs from Asi.in countries. «t Raffles Museum, 10 a.m. to 1 p m. VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL: Lecture on "Spiritual Life in an Industrial Age" by Swami Ranganathanandaji. 6 p.m. BAHAI CENTRE: Public talk on Whither Humanity' by Mrs. Shirin Foidar

ADMITTED TO BAR [ARTICLE]

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ADMITTED TO BAR JOHORE BAHRU. Sat —Mr. Leslie Rayner, of Singapore. was admitted to the Bar of the Federation by Mr. Justice Adam in the Supreme Court here today.

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Today's tide timetable TODAY: Singapore 11.25 a.m. (Bft. 3tn 10.46 pm. (9ft. 71n.) Port Dickson 6.26 a.m. 9ft. 2m. i 6.59 p.m. i9K. Tin.) Pan Swettenham 5.49 a.m. (14ft. 2in.) 6.03 p.m. (14ft. 41n.) Penang 12.29 a.m. (7ft. 61n i 12.39 p.m. (Bft. 81n.i. TOMORROW: Singapore 12.04 p.m. 1 8ft.

Sunday Times Picture Contest

TODAY'S BEST PRINTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TODAY'S BEST PRINTS THE winner of this week's top prize of $30 is "Pearls In The Water" (right), submitted by C.T. Hean, of 384 Tanah Liat, Bukit Mertajam. Mr. Heah used a Rolleicord V camera and Agfa Isopan film. Setting, 'with K.I filter: f 5.6, 1 M 00 second. The

Runners-up [ARTICLE]

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Runners-up TODAY'S runner up prizes of $10 each go to "The Survivor" (left), by J. M. Aquilina, and "Concentration 1 trignt), by Tan Khye Hock. Sgt. Aquilina. XXXXX092 (RAOC>, of 25 Alnwick Road. Serangoon Gardens. Singapore 19, used a Contaflex Supei camera and Ilford F.P. 3 film. Setting, with yellow

PHOTO DIGEST [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PHOTO DIGEST RAYMOND THOMAS BY •minim CUNGUS can contribute to poor print quality in many ways. It can ruin the lens, and it can spread the light rays which pass through in such a way that it becomes impossible to obtain sharp pictures. It can attack negatives as well as

HOW TO ENTER [ARTICLE]

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HOW TO ENTER ADDRESS your entries: Picture Contest. The Sunday Times, Times House. River Valley Road. Singapore 0. I Name and address ot MBi er, with title of picture and details of equipment used and exposure, must he written on the bark of every print submitted. I lie required inli>rtn:llion

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A striptease 'deb shocks top society [ARTICLE]

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A striptease 'deb shocks top society MICHAEL RYAN THIS PEEPERAMA GIRL CAN CLAIM KINSHIP WITH THE BEST By TOP people in London society never guessed till recently that 24-year-old Rosemary Fellows was leading a double life. THey were "shocked" when they learned her secret that she is a striptease artist

HOW THE LADY CALLS A CAB [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW THE LADY CALLS A CAB CHIC London ladies will have taxi-drivers in the palm of their hand if one British (love manufacturer has his way. He's doing a good business in gloves that have one palm appliqued with the wdrd "Taxi" so that proper English women tan summon a

Return visit by Italian violinist [ARTICLE]

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Return visit by Italian violinist SINGAPORE. Sat Worldfamous Italian violinist. Alfredo Campoli, is expected to arrive in Singapore on Aug. 28, to give three performances in Malaya. He will play in Singapore on Aug. 31. in Kuala Lumpur on Sept 2, and in Penang on Sept. 4. Mr. Campoli, who

ON THE RECORD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ON THE RECORD METRONOME By recording by Deutsche Crammophon Ceseltschaft of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is a majestic tribute to the genius of the composer (stereo SLPM XXXXX4— mono LPM XXXXX). This performance makes many other interpretations of the work seem etiolated. In Eugen Jochum's penetrating reading, the essence of drive

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When the master of suspense bolts his own door at night [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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When the master of suspense bolts his own door at night Mrs. ALFRED HITCHCOCK-i A HUSBAND: HERE'S FIRST-HAND EVIDENCE BY THE ONLY REAL WITNESSHIS OWN WIFE ALL day long, from the first commissionaire's salute until the last farewell to the last late guest, a famous man may be wearing that

NEW APPROACH TO ONE OF BIGGEST SECRETS OF LIFE [ARTICLE]

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NEW APPROACH TO ONE OF BIGGEST SECRETS OF LIFE DAVID ROXAN By lON DON, Sat. Are Britain's scientists on the track of the answer to one of life's greatest secrets the secret of birth and birth control? For they have opened up a new approach to the quest for a

Question mark [ARTICLE]

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Question mark "This is the substance in the queen bee which controls the reproduction of the bees In the hives and keeps them down to manageable proportions "It prevents the development of ovaries and thus reduces fertility. The speculative question Is whether It would have the same effect on women.

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That's a WOMAN-HATER! [ARTICLE]

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That's a WOMAN-HATER! THIS WEEK A SINGAPORE READER ASKS ABOUT MISOGYNISTS QEAR Know Alls: U What is the meaning of mysogmist? I can't find the word in any dictionary. RICKY F. Singapore. Not surprising. The word is ynisogynist. It means woman-hater, from the Greek words '•miseein"—to hate and "gyne" a

JANE LEE ADVISES [ARTICLE]

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JANE LEE ADVISES What's your problem? Write to Miss Jane Lee. The Sunday Times. Times House. River Valley Road. Singapore 9.

Her secret kisses in the office [ARTICLE]

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Her secret kisses in the office QbAR Jane Lee: I am in love with two boys, one of them the son of my boss. I have been out with the first many times, but my boss's son has been forbidden to date girls. He often kisses me in the office.

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KIWIS HOCKEY TEAM DUE ON TUESDAY [ARTICLE]

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KIWIS HOCKEY TEAM DUE ON TUESDAY SINGAPORE, Saturday NEW ZEALAND, sixth at the last Olympic Cames hockey tournament in Melbourne and one of the strongest challengers for India's title at Rome this month, will arrive in Singapore by air on Tuesday for two matches in Singapore. On Wednesday the New

The most powerful and biggest U.S. compact [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The most powerful and biggest U.S. compact PETER LIM ROAD TESTING THE VALIANT SOME five months after one of its main rivals, the Chrysler Valiant has arrived in Singapore. The Valiant is one of three "compact" cars brought out last year as Detroit's answer to the challenge of smaller British

COMPARISON [ARTICLE]

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COMPARISON DIMENSIONS of the Chrysler Valiant: overall length 183.2 in.: overall width 70 in.; overall height 54 in.: wheelbase 106.5 in.; tread 56 in. front, 55.5 in. rear; turning circle 37 ft Weight: 2,705 Ib. Fn&ine: six cylinders, inline, overhead valves, liquid cooled, inclined. Compression ratio: 8.5:1 (low for an

TWO UNUSUAL FEATURES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO UNUSUAL FEATURES PICTURE above shows the tail-end of the Valiant. It is unusual artiong modern cars in that it falls sharply, and is dominated by a dummy spare wheel cover.

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Navaratnam, de Silva to rescue [ARTICLE]

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Navaratnam, de Silva to rescue They help North to total 114-8 after bad start AN undefeated ninth-wicket partnership between Denis de Silva and C. Navaratnam saved North from collapse in the first days play of the annual North Malaya v South Malaya cricket classic which began on Western Road ground

WEE JEANIE SCORES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WEE JEANIE SCORES wi I JFAMK ol Rose> beating hot favourite Windspiel (Brown) to win the third race at the Singapore Turf Club amateur meeting at Bukit Timah yesterday. Sunday Times picture.

ON STAGE SPRINGS $370 UPSET [ARTICLE]

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ON STAGE SPRINGS $370 UPSET CINGAPORE, Sot. On Stoge dote Zoboglione), a former Perok Derby and Pcnong Gold Cup winner, sprang a spectacular upset in the Pensioners Cup for M.A.R.A Class 1, Div. 1 horses over a mile at Bukit Timah today. Well ridden by Captain Berryman, On Stage scored

The Big Sweep [ARTICLE]

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The Big Sweep TOTAL POOL: 52«7.473 Ist No. XXXXX6 (5120.362) ML No. XXXXX b (S60.181) 3rd. No. XXXXX6 (533.434) STARTERS (54.179 each Nos. MCttl; 6lZr»0; XXXXX3: XXXXX8; XXXXX9: XXXXX1: XXXXX7; :>l7H(ill. CONSOLATION (52.006 rachj Nos. XXXXX7 4!M!74: XXXXX7: XXXXX5; XXXXX2: 2087«4; XXXXX3: XXXXX7: > 8437: XXXXX2.

WEI LON BEATS INDONESIAN CHAMP [ARTICLE]

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WEI LON BEATS INDONESIAN CHAMP SINGAPORE. Sat. Lim Wei Lon. the "giant killer" in this years Malayan badminton championships at Penang. scored another splendid success when he beat the Indonesian champion. Lie Po DJlan. in three sets at the S.B.A. hall tonight. But Wei Lon's effort failed to stop Indonesia

Moys v Shears in RAF final [ARTICLE]

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Moys v Shears in RAF final WIMBLEDON. Sat Klying Officer Peter Moys beat Australian Plight Lt. Brace Cameron 6-2. 6-3 to enter the final of the Royal Air Force lawn lennls championships at the All-England Club here yesterday. Moys will now meet aenlor Aircraftman Donald Shear* who had an equally

Lim leads first Malayan golf team overseas [ARTICLE]

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Lim leads first Malayan golf team overseas IPOH, Sat.— Four top golfers will represent Malaya in i 1 the biennial world amateur I < golf team championship for I < the Eisenhower Trophy at Philadelphia, next month. The players selected by the t Malayan Golf Association are i Patrick Lim

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DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS Wanftl »l" <*<*im*m) FHANCI* WILLIAM RUSSELL smith, infant xon ol H. nry an i CABLE NEWS RECIVED it.— rail by duMn-n. <raa4clitMr. MR LIM TEE El Ho. pit a I on 6-v-wi Fuarral at 4 today from Jaiaa Baaear. Ipok.

ANNOUNCEMENT [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENT BJ VeNtj Mi Vim-Mint > A RKCITAL of *oasa and p.»no will MMkacl Head at tb« Culp a. aaaaaana* by the SMcMare Mu»iral aoci»t>. Tickrts are available at tka Cultural C.r.-r. belorc (Ik- Recital.

Let's learn football from only the best [ARTICLE]

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Let's learn football from only the best NORMAN SIEBEL By A PROPOSAL that wiil benefit all Asian countries and help greatly to improve soccer standards, which- naturally is the primary aim ot the Asian Football Confederation, will be placed before the AF.C. Executive Committee meeting at the Residency today In

CHA-MASTER CRAFTSMAN [ARTICLE]

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CHA- MASTER CRAFTSMAN GORMAN SIEBEL By r K. Lumpur, Sat. He looks more tricky than Malaya's Ghani KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. yHE cheers were for Cha, a nimble-footed giant, when Korea beat Indonesia two-nil in their Croup "A" match in the Merdeka football tournament at Merdeka Stadium here tonight. Cha Tai

LANCASHIRE 214-5 v KENT [ARTICLE]

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LANCASHIRE 214-5 v KENT LONDON. Sat —Tea scores in today's cricket matches are: AT LEYTON: Derby 174-7 (C. Lee 59. D. Morgan 49 no./ v Essex. AT THE OVAL. Middlesex 177-4 (R. Gale 53. W. Russel 52. S. Russel 48) v Surrey. AT PORTSMOUTH: Gloucester 221-8 (D Young 126) v

NZ win 2nd Test [ARTICLE]

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NZ win 2nd Test AUCKLAND. New Zealand Sat.— New Zealand beat France 9-3 In the second Rugby League Test here today. France led 3-0 at halftime.

Medal winner [ARTICLE]

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Medal winner SINGAPORE. Sat.— P. H. Levenhagen (net 69) was the Royal Singapore Golf Club's "A" division monthly medal winner at Sime Road today. He also won the ball sweep for the first nine while K. Lyon won the ball sweep for the second nine.

Swim record [ARTICLE]

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Swim record BRISBANE. Sat. Australia's four fastest freestyle sprint swimmers set a new world figure of Smlns. I6.Bsec. here tonight for the four times 200 metres and fout times 220 yards relays.

HK regain some lost prestige in this 3-1 win [ARTICLE]

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HK regain some lost prestige in this 3-1 win LJONG KONG have come to the Merdeka Third Anniversary soccer tournament determined to restore their reputation, which has taken some hard knocks in the last two years, and they must surely have reestablished themselves by their performance at the Merdeka Stadium

Favourite wins [ARTICLE]

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Favourite wins REDCAR. Sat.— Mr. I. Phang's Sliver King, 2-1 favourite von the William Hill Gold Cup over a mile here today, beating BeHisle by a short head. Third anothei half length away in the fiald of 17 was Sanctum— Reuier.

All Blacks win [ARTICLE]

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All Blacks win JOHANNESBURG. Sa". Tne touring New Zealand All Blacks Rugby Union team beai rramv.Ml by 19 points to three in their Match at Ellis Park here today. All Blacks led 11-3 at half-time. Hong Kong, playing with a steady determination whlcn has not been seen from their players

FOUR RECORDS AT FED SWIM MEET [ARTICLE]

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FOUR RECORDS AT FED SWIM MEET I l/^UALA LUMPUR. Sat— Foui i records ejaai broken m ilie j stii annual Federation of Malaya Amateur Swimmin* Association i championships which siaioed at the Chinwoo owunmiiig pool here tonight. Tne cream of swimmers from all over the Federation. Singapore Chinese Swimming Club,

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