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Malaya Tribune, 6 November 1948

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The Malaya Tribune BY THE PEOPLE FOR THE PEOPLE Larger Sales than any Afternoon Taper In Malaya Printing Simultaneously Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh d Penang Telegrams: "Tribune Spore." Telephone: 5811 (9 lines) EIGHT PAGES SINGAPORE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1948 PRICE TEN CENTS THE MALAYA TRIBUNE London A„cnts-Mc»rs. OUn Turner Ltd., Talbot

It AMU IN SHOOT V 4.1 Itl [ARTICLE]

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It AMU IN SHOOT V 4.1 Itl STOP PRESS kntang, Today. Tnree ir il aaadHs catered a eoffn slim in < ha'ah village >| dead tiie daughter „i ia« proprietor yesterday titer tlirowing anti-British panpaiets in the village, they in ;i lorry. Later the I 1. rr\ wmn found abandoned.

GENT'S DEATH AN ACCIDENT [ARTICLE]

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GENT'S DEATH AN ACCIDENT UXBRIDGE. Fri.—A coroner's court here today recorded a verdict of "accidental death ion the 39 victims of the colli- sion between a Scandinavian Airlines Cloudmaster and a Royal Air Force York over Xortholt airport on July 4. among the dead was Sir Ed- ward Gent, High

HAD GUN AND PAPERS [ARTICLE]

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HAD GUN AND PAPERS In the Taikong Semonyh aiea a police party encountered one Chinese armed with a 12--borc shotgun. They killed him and recovered communist documents.

TICKER TAPE SHOWERS ON TRUMAN [ARTICLE]

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TICKER TAPE SHOWERS ON TRUMAN THE BIGGEST PARADE SINCE GENERAL "IKE" Reuter. W ASHINGTON FrL —President Harry S. Truman speaking to the ul st crowd who hi m a ''hero's welcome home" here today, pledged tint Hie American people would do everything in their power to solve t k great

SALUTING THE COLOURS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SALUTING THE COLOURS Eves right! MciWihfirn ot the Ist Company Boys Brigade niareh past their company colours during an inspection held at Victoria School yester day.

"I'm Glad To Be Back"—Nehru [ARTICLE]

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"I'm Glad To Be Back"—Nehru BOMBAY. Fri—Pandit Nrhru, Indian Minister arrived at Santa Cruz airport near here fodav from the Commonwealth Conference. He told reporters: "1 am glad I went, and I am gji?.d I have come back." Mr. IN en i v will take on ror Delhi tomorrow morning.

KING GREETS MAUNG GYI [ARTICLE]

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KING GREETS MAUNG GYI LONDON. Kin: George today received in audiI ence at Buckingham Palace Sir Joseph Maung Gyi no nis relinquishing his post as Burj mese Ambassador Lon ion

DINNER WAS ALSO PUT OFF [ARTICLE]

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DINNER WAS ALSO PUT OFF Reuter and AAP. BATAVIA. ITTt rue ouiy news from Jogjakarta tonight of the vital talks between the Dutch Foreign Minister Dr. Stikker and the Republican Premier, Dr. Mohamed Hatta. was an Antara dispatch that a dinner arranged f here tonght in Dr. Stikker's honour by

Robbery And Strip Tease Don't Mix [ARTICLE]

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Robbery And Strip Tease Don't Mix U.P. NEW YORK, Fri.—A gunman held up Mrs. Aileen Stone in a selfservice lift today and took seven dollars and a diamond ring, and then ordered her to undress so she could not pursue him. The pretty housewife said "Here, hold my packages." The

Lenders To Collect 55-2 Million [ARTICLE]

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Lenders To Collect 55-2 Million Repayment of loans ant interest payments to be mar*e by [the Municipal Commissior*H next year is estimated to amount to $5.2 million.

Finance Regs: 3 Directors In Court [ARTICLE]

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Finance Regs: 3 Directors In Court MR. Giovanni Aurelly. Mr. Al-| f red Montor and Mr. Willi-, am V. Sausotte, directors of) Montor Ltd.. were summoned; to First District Court yesterday for alleged offences under the Finance Regulations Pro-j clamation. It was stated that the alleged offences amounted to 23;

REDS BARRED [ARTICLE]

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REDS BARRED U.P. BERLIN. Friday. The BtV tiah military government to- day barred Berlin s Commuist trade unions from organizing German workers unloading airlift planes at Gatow airfield. j The British authorities announced that the application, of the Free German Trade -mbon Federation to send two organizers into Gatow had

India Blames Australia [ARTICLE]

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India Blames Australia U.P. PARIS. Friday.—lndia and China today assailed the Belgian and Australian policy toward trust territories, in the United Nations Trusteeshio committee. India's B. Shiva Rao said that the Trusteeship Council "always draws a blank" when it presents the "slightest proi posal" to those administering powers. He protested

SHANGHAI DEFENCE PLANNED [ARTICLE]

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SHANGHAI DEFENCE PLANNED Reuter. SHANGHAI, Fri.—Plans for Shanghai s defence were understood to have been dis< usv*c« at an emergency conference in the city ton??ht between Mayor, K. C. Wu, and the Garrison < <*mmander. This followed reports frcm Nanking BPST China's Cabinet crisis has ended. Premier Wong Wen-hao withdrew

DESERT SHEIK SHOT [ARTICLE]

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DESERT SHEIK SHOT Reuter. DAMASCUS. Fri. Sheikh Nawaf El Saleh, head of the Hadidiyin tribe :n the Alcmkj area and a member of the Syrian Parliament. was shot dead in Aleppo today by a member of the Mawali oribe. His assailant. beli wed to have killed the Sheikh oecauac of

HEAVY GOING AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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HEAVY GOING AGAIN Itained pretty heavily here yesterday evening. The going will again be heavy. Best bets for today are New Verse, >Ilss Papillon and Star God. Good each way bets: Fair Flower, Golden News and Thirteen. SEE PACE 7

U.S. TANKER AGROUND [ARTICLE]

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U.S. TANKER AGROUND U.P. CAPETOWN. Fri. —The 19.000-ton American tanker I Esso Wheeling went aground on Quotin Point early today I and some hours later was i reported a total loss. The crew took to the sma l boats and were P*cktd up three hours by a South African naval

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RIGHT ON TINE! with a watch or clock serviced by YICK WOH HING 420, North Itridge Road, Singapore. Phone /ih, ii Hits From Musical Shows By COLUMBIA v, I The Finest Nume On Record «Za ■OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNIN W OKLAHOMA OB W Alfred Dra*e. OOO6S »i I ALL

$4½ MILLION DEFICIT IN 1949 CITY BUDGET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$4½ MILLION DEFICIT IN 1949 CITY BUDGET Municipal Staff To Get More Pay AGAINST a background of uncertainty and long delays in the delivery of plant A and machinery urgently needed for the Municipal services, next y ear s bud get with a $414 million deficit was presented to and

For Better Health $1 Million More [ARTICLE]

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For Better Health $1 Million More Pubhc Health Services in Singapore will cost $2.3 million next year as compared u iR an actual e M >en chture of $1.8 million last year. 1 Included in this expenditure is a sum of $360,552 voted for Middieton Hospital. The hospital is to

NOR THE POSTS OR KERBS [ARTICLE]

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NOR THE POSTS OR KERBS DROVISION of 520.000 is ma-le in the Municipal budget for next year for concrete posts and k?'bs for the Empress Place traffic round about. This will do away with the praaent unsightly bane's there, Mr. W. L. Blyth?. Deputy Municipal President, told a special meeting

S'pore's Spending Programme [ARTICLE]

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S'pore's Spending Programme War On Swells —$19 Million jyORK on Singapore's $19 million sewerage plan, to serve 85 per cent, of the population in the town area, is expected to start next year. Singapore, city of smells, will breathe unconta minated air in 12 years time, if Municipal revenues permit

The Organ Was Not Forgotten [ARTICLE]

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The Organ Was Not Forgotten The organ will soon play again at Singapore's Victoria Memorial Hall. Damaged by neglect during the Japanese occupation, the massive pipes will be replaced or repaired. Singapore City Fathers have voted $5.000 for its overhaul. This is only a small part of a total expenditure

HOW CAN WE DO IT [ARTICLE]

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HOW CAN WE DO IT I SINGAPORE Municipality is seeking Government permission for new and increased sources of income to offset a $414 million deficit next year. The suggested sources, urnong others, are:— 1. Continuance of the 25 per cent, rate surcharge for 194»; and 2. A Government grant-in-aid of

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Bought Sets Off Ginsberg [ARTICLE]

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Bought Sets Off Ginsberg I EE TUN KOO, general manager of the Shaw Bros. Ltd., s«id in the Ninth Police Court, yefctcrdny, that he bought for his company generating sets from David Wolf Ginsberg without inspecting them. Ginsberg, one of the five accused in the R.A.F. generator case, is ennrged

Tomorrow's Parade [ARTICLE]

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Tomorrow's Parade A. 11 ex-Servicp men, including non-members of the ex-Servicemen's Association of Malaya, Singapore Brareh, are invited to take part in the Remembrance Day Parit de in Singapore tomorrow. Those who intend to take part in the parade must form up on Beach Road outside the Shackle Club, at

Don't Attend Court Or Else— [ARTICLE]

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Don't Attend Court Or Else— RAREEM bin Gahni. Maia> youth, told Arshad. a key witness in an attempted murder not to attend court if h° wanted to avoid trouble, and offered him $400 if he left the Colony, it was alleged in the First District Court yesterday. Kareem was the

MALAYS TO AID UNAC [ARTICLE]

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MALAYS TO AID UNAC Singapore Malays. fchfOUgh the initiative of the Singapore Malay Union, will make then contribution to the United Nations Appeal for Children. Malay organisations will meet on Nov. 14 to discuss ways of raising the funds.

Rent Reduction Wanted [ARTICLE]

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Rent Reduction Wanted JURISDICTION of the Rent Conciliation Board to cut the standard rent of a house built since August 1, 1939, was questioned at a sitting of the Singapore Rent Conciliation Board yesterday. The house was erected after the liberation and according to the Control of Rent Ordinance, 1947.

OIL CHIEFS HERE [ARTICLE]

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OIL CHIEFS HERE The Managing Director of the Dutch branch of th? Standard Vacuum Oil Company. Mi Herman Van Ka*redeck. flew j here yesterday from Batavia ti i attend the Company's 'Asian Operations' conference

SATURDAY SHOW ROUND-UP [ARTICLE]

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SATURDAY SHOW ROUND-UP by OSWALD HENRY CAPITOL RATING FILM: "Spring In Park Lane. STARS: Anna Neagle Michael Wilding. SUPPORTING AST: Tom Walls, Nicholas Phipps, Petei Graves, Marjorie Fielding G. H. Mulchester, Josephine Fitzgerald and Lana Moms. SPRING IN PAIIK LANE" —the third picture in which two of most popular stars

MURDER CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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MURDER CHARGE Two Chinese, four Malays and an Indian dragged Teo Tee j Seng from a coffee shop at Jalan Bcsar on the night of May ?0. beat him up an! stubbed him fatally, it was alleged at the Seventh Police Court yesterday. Teo died in hospital i the same

ARMED ROBBER SENTENCED [ARTICLE]

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ARMED ROBBER SENTENCED Wong Bok-tak. a Cantonese waa sentenced to seven yeuis' iigcous imprisonment ycdxt day at the Singapore Assize** for armed robbery at a shop in Emerald Hill Road. Wong Ching Kong, an alleged accomplice, "vas dlschatted after a jury verdict jf met guilty.

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THE DISTANT GUNS [ARTICLE]

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THE DISTANT GUNS The rumble of the guns in Manchuria is heard across the world. And the wond listens with foreboding. The fall of Mukden has let loose the Ked hordes over another great area of the earth's surface If the coming months are fateful for Chiang Kai-shek, they will

THE GUIDES WHO TOOK THE WRONG TURNING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE GUIDES WHO TOOK THE WRONG TURNING REPORT ON LABOUR No. By Tribune Political Writer S. RAJA RATNAM This is the first off three critical articles reviewing the 70-page Report on Labour and Trade In ion Organisation published last week. In this article the writer maintains that Mr. S.S. Awbery

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LARGEST X-RAY LAB [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LARGEST X-RAY LAB Spots Faults And Defects In Metal Tribune Saturday Seience Page Science MOUK than 500 <f the nation's leading physicists, radiologists, and m®tary experts Kither*d here to honor Dr. William D. Coolidcc. X-ray pioneer and director-emeritus of the General Electric Research Ia bo ratory. for whom "the world's

TEEN—AGERS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE [ARTICLE]

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TEEN—AGERS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE !.i't>>r\ workers in ,r 'teeafl Bta twice petussssaafl b> Mil-r workers. ;;,'h< r.«(J by tb« Drpartinewl «>t labour show thai workers unde. \6 ycurs mvi OSie-SMSIf hsahlinjt mmm n earn and rm v* »1 it jnej ra.i»*«, for the j ap arete ftills .r-at.—>cienee >. t lei

DUG FOR WATER LIKE, FOUND ANCIENT CRAVE [ARTICLE]

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DUG FOR WATER LIKE, FOUND ANCIENT CRAVE ADD this to the list of things ioimd by si plan--1 bor: a stoned-up grave. Plumbing car r*ad to gravp-dicsinr; Lyle Phillips, Bre'.verton N. v plumber, found when he was excavating for a water line. When Mr. Phillips struck the grave he notified

WHY DO BIRDS SING [ARTICLE]

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WHY DO BIRDS SING Many birds give us i ratewell concert before lepaitlng southward m the fali. Meadowlarks. whicn are apt tc sing mv or less all summer long, burat m f > almost spring-lik ruOtures m the ftral days )t auten r Robins, silent most of time after the

HYBRID TREES CROW FASTER [ARTICLE]

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HYBRID TREES CROW FASTER Hybrid trees may bring about faster reforestation It takes hybrid trees only from one-half to one-third tin time required for a good nonhybrid Limber tree to reach the sarin size. I* 3. Department of Agriculture scientist have found. Already a hybrid pint has been developed that

DIVIDENDS IN DITCH DIGGING [ARTICLE]

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DIVIDENDS IN DITCH DIGGING pays div id t\ .< m fsj pelts, th-- I'.S Department oM Agriculture has inun I Level ditches itr no oii»i s made Urn water deeper in some pftacea tlian ot.-i This is favourable for muhkrats. particub ly in cold itgions where .'hallow water freezes solid

Sulfa Drugs Used On Sick Calves [ARTICLE]

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Sulfa Drugs Used On Sick Calves Buf/a diita> air proving nmn and won raiwihl, m thi nuanrneurgp I mat weal of U M stuck dist iisf s. In tests riaidurt'il hi/ WCWhora ot tlo Amvnran Vrfri,. nan/ Medin a! Ass/a iati"v >>n control of calf jnn uaoaiia. ranou.s sulfa coin(toiinds

NEW MACHINES AND GADGETS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEW MACHINES AND GADGETS M<>sauit<> rtrt hiimit'ii called ii black loaf mosOjUito-funier, expels under pressure a killing stream of smoke containing DDT and nicotine into shru»>bcry and grass when the contents of the container are ignited. Ignition is by a special lighter inserted through a small opening in the top

CRASS FROM POMPEII IN AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE]

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CRASS FROM POMPEII IN AUSTRALIA Grass .seeds obtained ir«»m tin ruins cf Pompeii, ln iialy. are being cultivated in an experimental plot at c State agricultural farm at iecton. southern Hear South Wants. An Australian agronomis' visiting Pompeii noticed on the Lcmains of a Roman chario t drawings ot a

Frozen cherries make better-flavoured juice [ARTICLE]

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Frozen cherries make better-flavoured juice Science Service. A better-fldvo' "<j cnei-v juice can be -nade by freezing the cherries before they arc pressed than by the old hot-press jrystem The new asttbod was discovered by accHent at the New York State Agricultural Exneriment Station when surplus fruits were store! in

Here's how to keep your house cool [ARTICLE]

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Here's how to keep your house cool Science Service. TO cool a house on sultry nights when tlu SHE 1 has cone down and the outside air is lower in temperature, an electric fan blowing inside heated air out is more effective thm the *am( fan blowing outside air in.

BATHING BEAUTIES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BATHING BEAUTIES Th*«»c bathing beauties MIU 1w the hit of nn> fall fur show. M th spit, their precious Mb mm are too valuable for th.- fur market. This pair of north m fur m*Un is hair of quartet reeentlv brought to the Nan Me**, Calif.. Zoo from the PriMlof

Old Sol Can Wear A Sour Face [ARTICLE]

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Old Sol Can Wear A Sour Face Baltimore amateur astronomer believe tie A has tounC that the surfae- of tho sun rortes in appearance from a smooth. dear-looking WW lo a heavy, coarse Astronomers. c c r r. g through telescopes have i rig noted that the sun's Mir**! is

ARISTOCRAT OF THE WOODS [ARTICLE]

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ARISTOCRAT OF THE WOODS Science Service. \ristoerat of native nuts and pvtateeral «»i aativr woods: that is the black walnut. No finer-flavoured meat will you find inside a shell, though jmm send to Brazil or Persia. No nobler wood will yon find for furniture or paneling than th- dark hearts

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Three Schools In One Plan [ARTICLE]

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Three Schools In One Plan Government is considering plans to put up a common building for three schools taki ing 1580 pupils in all on a $200,000-site bought last year in Tanjong Katong Road. Constiuction will begin in 1949. the Morning Tribune learns. A regional school, a secondjary boys' school

WINDFALL FOR YOUTH CLUBS [ARTICLE]

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WINDFALL FOR YOUTH CLUBS Four Singapore organiz it ions yesterday received cheques i totalling $4,000 ti >m the profits iof the Air Display held last September. Mr. Handle of the Civil Aviation Department told the Morning Tribune yesterday. The Singapore Youth Co rnell received $2.606.67. It wis a surprise cheque.

Radio chief, musicians talk it over [ARTICLE]

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Radio chief, musicians talk it over Radio Malaya has not yet decided whether or not to meet the demands of the Singapore Musicians' Union for payment for broadcast relays, Mr. Leeds of Radio Malaya told the Tribune reporter yesterday. "A friendly' discussion is 1 taking place between the Pre- sident.

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FOR SALE PEDIGREE Dachshund Pup* 3>/ 2 months old. Imported parents, apply Box. A 1774 M.T. j s'poce. NOTICES Singapore Municipality REFRESHMENT STALLS —KATONG P\RK Tenders are invited for the privilege of running the Refreshment Stalls at Katong Park. Particulars from the Municipal Architect, Municipal Offices, St. Aadrew's Road. Tenders

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TRIBUNE SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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TRIBUNE SELECTIONS B1 v I.E.."is i niKI PEN laaatasaai Ureettafja I uood pick Desert King i.lao- < omet sTAI <»Ol> {.rainy Kastem <drl I tssAtl. KaAuMM Boa Ami VIISS PAPILLON (..wot li«»y < M .tiihoma g new verse r». Igulai Pari Star GOLDEN NEWS himbelieji Prim dale i LIB i

3 MORE TO TOUR HONG KONG [ARTICLE]

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3 MORE TO TOUR HONG KONG ;>oro table tennis to elect another thiee form a team ot six represent tho Colony in a tour to Hong Kong early next Will take place at the c Y.M.CA., Selegie Road tonight. Hong Kong Table Tennis 'on has agreed to give > rat

SEPOY LINES WIN [ARTICLE]

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SEPOY LINES WIN Lines XI defeated t',!>orts Club by two at he Farrer Paik yesterday, m a ra*s and Utfillirj S soccer iribtch Mi ng the Lines' mrr < I both the goals.

BEST BETS—NEW VERSE, STAR GOD, MISS PAPILLON [ARTICLE]

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BEST BETS —NEW VERSE, STAR GOD, MISS PAPILLON Going will be heavy again at XL today From ALLAN LEWIS weighing and measuring the prospects of all the candidates running in today's races, the last day of the Selangor Turf Hub's October-November Meeting, the three best bets are New Verse, Star

RACE CARD [ARTICLE]

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RACE CARD The following are ihe candidates, together with their lust three runs and their probable riders for today's races, the last day of the Selangor Turf C»ub'«i October/November Meeting:— RACE ONE Horses, Class Div. 3 About 7 Furlongs. 0 0 0 Highly 904 Jeffers lYongi 3 0 2 Thirteen

BATTING PRACTICE? [ARTICLE]

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BATTING PRACTICE? Reuter. PATIALA. Fnn*ay. With the frst Test against India starting next W vlnesday the West Indies touring te.oo today obtained some uscf d batting practice heir at th a expense of a moderate North Zone attack. Adding 211 "uns durin. the morning for the loss of two more

Part Of The Game [ARTICLE]

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Part Of The Game Reuter. MILAN, Friday.—Police reinforcement* using tear gas and truncheons saved a referee from being lynched by several thousand football "fans" after a game at Monza i.car Milan today. Spectators accused him of favouring the visiting team and at the final whistle swarmed on to the lield.

INVITED TO HAWAII [ARTICLE]

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INVITED TO HAWAII Reuter-AAP. TOKIO, Friday.- Japan's ace swimmer. Konoshln Furuhashi, who holds the unofficial wot Id records for the 400. 800. 1.000 and 1,500 metres freestyle events, has been invited to attend the University of Hawaii and to give swimming exhibitions there, according to Japanese press reports quoting Mi.

Colts Hockey [ARTICLE]

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Colts Hockey The following will represent or tne Singapore Colts Hockey Club against tin Medical College Union at 5.15 this evening at Farrer Park J. Pie-te; Teskty. Laveday; S Hope. M G. Kraal, J Carrier; Aziz. K. Armstrong, J. Ross. I. Kraal. P. Swyny.

Carpentier Removed His Boots—Then Won By A KO [ARTICLE]

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Carpentier Removed His Boots—Then Won By A KO THREE fights failed to go Happy World Covered where boxing promoter T. promotion. The Chinese veteran. Kid, Carpentier, removed his bor.t«| in the second lound ol his bout with Willie Tan. stepped lively and slam me 1 his cppo<ient to the boards

SCC forwards failed to make use of scoring opportunities [ARTICLE]

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SCC forwards failed to make use of scoring opportunities j L*OOR finishing by the Singapore Cricket Club forwards cost them the game against the Medical College Union yesterday on the padang. when they were beaten by two goals to nil at i hockey. Matnot in the S.C.C. goal saved his

Last Minute Goal Saved SRC Side [ARTICLE]

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Last Minute Goal Saved SRC Side THE Singapore Recreation Club recovered well after n j poor start to hold the Y.M.CA. to a one-all draw in a hockey match played on the Padang yesterday. The V's dominated play in J i the first session. Sweeping into S.R.C. terri- tory the

SERANGOON ASSN. [ARTICLE]

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SERANGOON ASSN. Tn> Serangoon Association will play a game at football against the Post and Telegraph Union on the Serangoon English School Ground at 5.15 p.m.) this evening.

CLOSE FINISH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CLOSE FINISH ■1 at? thrilling finish of the Cambridgeshire showing sterope (left) beating Royut Tara. In background Impeccable and I'iuchouly (furthest from camera) an- bi it ling it out to finish in a dead heat for third place.

BOUNAVISTA SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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BOUNAVISTA SOCCER Tho following have l<?en I selected to play for Huur.uvista Sports Club against Puloe Bukom Sports today at Bukom Ahpoo; Hasan, Pisak, Ghani, Sapee, Chew Seng; Osman, Thiamscr, Tong S- ng. Salahudin, Munivandi. Dodah, Kamid.' YusofC. Busak, Ta*h Launch leaves la'dines Steps at 3.30 p in. shar o.

HOCKEY CANCELLED [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY CANCELLED The hockey match between Raffles College and Johore Recreation Club, which was scheduled to be played ye.ster--1 day at the Colli ge ground was I cancelled.

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Girl Gives Recital At Boy's Brigade Show [ARTICLE]

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Girl Gives Recital At Boy's Brigade Show VHK First Singapore Company of tkv Boys Brigade nave an, ellicient performance at their 14th Annual Inspection and Display held at the Victoria School Hall. Jalan Be.;ar. Most significant of nil the items 111 their programme w;:--the "Anchor Tableau" in which the boys

GUN RUNNING TO ISRAEL [ARTICLE]

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GUN RUNNING TO ISRAEL RED APPROVED AIR ROUTE PARIS, Fri.— Ap anna mcd Israeli fighter pilot, now in Paris, uas r ed today to have -is Joscd a secret "air lift between Israel, and choslovakia tnropirh which war materials had reached the Israeli a.my. t. iiuii' > uikia v»i i

Overland Routes [ARTICLE]

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Overland Routes U.P. HENNA. Fri. Indications that arms smuggler for Palestine operating out of Czechoslovakia are also using over land routes were reported by Austrian police officials early last month. On October 2 Ministry o f lnteiioi officials told United Press that they had evidence that "considerable amounts" of ar

STOMACH LAMP [ARTICLE]

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STOMACH LAMP U.P. new YORft. Friday, An ultia-violct lamp the size of a kernel of maize was announced today by the Hanovia Chemical and Manufacturing Company for diagnosing suspected stomach cancers. The tiny light, inserted into the stomach with a gastroscope. enables the surgeon to determine whether cancer Is present.

FILM SHOW [ARTICLE]

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FILM SHOW Singapore Society of Licensed Aircraft Engineers will sponsor a showing of cole v red travel films at :he YMC\ tonight.

GIRLS & SPARK PLUGS [ARTICLE]

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GIRLS SPARK PLUGS U.P. PltUftekt MASSACHUS SEIS. Fri.—Tho static clectricrty that, crackles in a girl's hair when she combs ;t has been harnessed to Hush bulb. according to General Electric company engineers. Nov she can take a picture of herself with the P..000 volts she generates on every stroke. Tho

14 Nazi Wat Criminals Hanged [ARTICLE]

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14 Nazi Wat Criminals Hanged Reuter. I ANDSBERG. Fri. —Fburtitn German war criminals, including 50-year-old Friedtich Hildebrand. forme i Nazi gauleiter of MeckUnbu.g were hanged here today Hild"hrand and five of his subordinates in the Mecklenburg Nasi Party Oaganiaation bad been sent.need by an American military tribunal at Dachau last

SCHOOL FOR SIKH CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOL FOR SIKH CHILDREN Tho Sikh comnoinity In Singapore have propose thr build ing of a 'i !gh*acho for their boys ami gllls Tile medium nf insti u< uoti will be in English and Punjabi. A huge collection ht*s been maoc but site for the school has not I con

LEST WE FORGET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LEST WE FORGET Mrs. Tan Chin Tuan and helper making Poppy wreaths.

LORDLY OPTIMISM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LORDLY OPTIMISM Cheerful motor magnates get together at the recent Motor Show at Karl's Court. They are Lord Nuffield (left) head of the Morris Group and Leonard Lord, Austin chief. I

FRENCH MINERS RETURN TO WORK FRENCH MINERS RETURN TO WORK [ARTICLE]

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FRENCH MINERS RETURN TO WORK FRENCH MINERS RETURN TO WORK Reuter. PA HIS. Ft i day. Railwavnien in many centies. includiOg Marseilles, voted tonight foi a 24-hour sympathy strike in support of miners an<l dockers. i'ney were taking part in a milot organised by tne Com-nunist-lcd .la ii way men's

SURPRISE AT U.S. AID CALL [ARTICLE]

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SURPRISE AT U.S. AID CALL Reuter. j LONDON, Fri. —RepresentstHtivrs »f Urn bunting An- Survey Group and the Air Bttf I vey company, claiming to com prise go per cent <>f the com- ncrcial air survey facilities iti the British Commonwealth, met in ix>ndon today to consider joint plans to

Middle East Also Has A Cominform [ARTICLE]

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Middle East Also Has A Cominform U.P. lONDON. Fri.—An official Commiinj I indirectly admitted today tho exisl I Middle Eastern Cominform. I PMBU T-». 4.; /i HI The British Communist weekly "World News and 1 Views" today published a joint manifesto of four Arab I Communist parties demanding, amongst other

MacARTHLIR'S ENVOYS [ARTICLE]

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MacARTHLIR'S ENVOYS U.P. TOKIO. Fiiady. force announce! Captain Geoigc tajfsrida Captain Iferie v., Tokio Weatbei Wii pait on Sunday to ■to represent G m st Aithur's h. ■rtpiitm i international mctcorotapai«r- gaanization curif' n' ber 10-17 UP.

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