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Singapore Standard, 4 November 1953

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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SINGAPORE STANDARD m *i Vol. IV. > o 12-,. PIV;\PORE, WEDNESDAY, NOVKMUFR 4, io.-,3. twfifvf p\r;Fs ro rENTS.

'I HAVE AN OPEN MIND'-RENDEL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'I HAVE AN OPEN MIND'RENDEL all "Decisions will be made on the merits of the cute." On t') p QUtstl f) oi holding public sessions of the Commi. c Bion, Sir George said this would depend on aw.ussionv he will be having with tho authuni .cs. Remarking "I nm here

GURKHAS KILL 5 TERRORISTS [ARTICLE]

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GURKHAS KILL 5 TERRORISTS lues I

COMMERCIAL T.V. IN BRITAIN SOON [ARTICLE]

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COMMERCIAL T.V. IN BRITAIN SOON Bri- Royal i waited ommei i^ >o m •■> tl fir video te Chui hi I Gov- 'iit 1 year, I Queen i of Pa My you Iheir pi carrying oul v for This confirmed thai the govis foi its s hei the Bi :>n

POINTS [ARTICLE]

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POINTS 1 U.N. a nd UNITED STATES: M y Covert m«*nt will eoatiaue to tik<- their full part m all efTnrts by the rnitpr| a tion>, to promot,. international cooperation. The North Atlantic Alliance is fundamental to my govera«eat's policy i. EUROPE: "They will (dtitinue t<» cooperate with their partners

THE QUEEN: WE SEEK AN EARLY BIG-4 MEET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE QUEEN: WE SEEK AN EARLY BIG-4 MEET Royal Speech From The Throne LONDON, Nov. 3. (Reutcr) The British Government will continue its efforts to bring about an early meeting between the Soviet Union and the three Western po v/ers Britain, the United States ond France. This was announced here

EXPLOSION IN SHIP KILLS 7 [ARTICLE]

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EXPLOSION IN SHIP KILLS 7 BOSTON A vio 1,930 1 '.Kin i i wen ere kl Thii F i Q feet In it i

ARMY'S NEW PAY RATES REJECTED [ARTICLE]

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ARMY'S NEW PAY RATES REJECTED TIIK War Department Civilian Staff Association. Federation of Malaya, represeatiai gone 10.000 employees, alter a f no-day conference rejected tJu Command Secretary's offer of a new pay scheme lor all m which a substantial proportion of tosl of li\ mv. and housing allowance would be

A Boy Wonder Paints His Way To A School [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Boy Wonder Paints His Way To A School By JAMEB PI IKK CHIN Standard SlalT Keporter TWELVE TEA! OLD Abdul Latin* Mohidin is now ;;oinn around Singapore earning money for his education m the man ncr he knows best. Visiting hotels and horne s he paints portraits of anyone

USELESS EUSTACE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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USELESS EUSTACE "Better to h,. disqualified for holding, than murdered for lettin' so!"

BAN ON NATIONAL FLAGS IN TRIESTE [ARTICLE]

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BAN ON NATIONAL FLAGS IN TRIESTE G< Sir John Win ten hi Commander of tl B I Am Zone I tl F 1 1 a <■; 'o disp mii/i^ I two days ol c.v petted tension xn the cily.

Templer Accepts Brunei's $40 Mil. [ARTICLE]

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Templer Accepts Brunei's $40 Mil. TIIH Federation (iovrritment ha s decliai to i■ < c\rt a loan of StO million ofteVßi It thrni by the Sultan of llrunri. I a letter 1 I -•r i f 1 of 1 th»t the) ire budget! .r f> .1 to 1 H- <

The Modest Give $65 To THE FUND [ARTICLE]

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The Modest Give $65 To THE FUND ANON i I C. G fro f H D ff i t i y I ,Ti)!l

GOVERNOR JAILED [ARTICLE]

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GOVERNOR JAILED imn Reuter

HAYMES IS SICK [ARTICLE]

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HAYMES IS SICK Ri i I i ho ;p AP

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Peacemaker Fought Too [ARTICLE]

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Peacemaker Fought Too A rKIKMJ OT n mn:i wtio earlier chalU ngi d a Sin- Inspector <>f Veh to a fight, was brought by that i •'settle" matters on IS. S. Gal, Han, s u- ol the Singapore Im- n nt Tru by pu hing Pragasam I the inspector, on

The Boy Was Too Seated [ARTICLE]

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The Boy Was Too Seated SI ii&dard stall Reporter i tliKm dre pa tilion i it.) m New na ke f>" v ling ri(> ying o ii him i >■> ntly l hi v .tMt) pinching his I i^hl .ir:n air!: 'Don*l ttli I or Th« terrified boy re ♦>

HK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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HK EXCHANGE HONGKONG. N..v 3 Sp*> Standard Sei vi i-. ci< a of .tht Ho K\ <•'!.•. Rge today wor.- J1.,'..s to J i 912.1 lo r $1 M HlO In Mnlnyan II: f ttil to lndon< n Su^UD: Ciuid t*^

Me Plans To Meet Teachers' Shortage [ARTICLE]

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Me Plans To Meet Teachers' Shortage SINGAPORE'S Director of Kducation -Mr. I). M< Lell.m.. v\ ill (Odaj tell of thr Department's plant to meet the shortage of teachers. Mr will be ivins his first press conference &B 4 is «-\peeted to nuke «om<- important pro Bourn «nients. He \sill mainly

Bandits Murder Security Officer [ARTICLE]

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Bandits Murder Security Officer KUALA LUMPUR, Tues.— Mr. W. J. Berry, security officer of Ulu Remis Estate, Rengam, Johore was shot dead by terrorists yesterday morning. Mr. Berry, who was an honorary police inspector. out alone on loot when he was ambushed by about four terrorists. Two terrorists were killed

Film Chief Flies Home [ARTICLE]

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Film Chief Flies Home f Richard AlUchuler, Pr< dent ol Repul lie Pictures International Corp ration, who i 'm a world tour Inspecting KIM br-.\:u-hcs. arrived jn S.nGjnporo !>v air yc -'ordny. I it- was accompanied by his ■U'i?<» ?.ni Mr. Morcy Marr\is. naanaser of the Corporation's h In Japan.

A NEW PARTY IS FORMED IN SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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A NEW PARTY IS FORMED IN SINGAPORE Standard Staff Reporter A NEW political party was born m Singapore last night bringing the total number of parties to three. decision to form the party was taken at a ting of about 800 people— majority of them exLabour Party members at the

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MISS ESTHER SINNADURAI. a teacher of the Anplo-Chinese School. KlanK. Rf t^ an autograph from the High Commissioner. General Sir Gerald Templer at the. Kuala l.umpur YMCA anniversary meeting to ohserve their Annual Week of Prayer Mr. 11. «i. Hammett, (President, V.M.C.A.) is on the left, and Mr. D. Gray,

'R-Day': Week's Celebrations [ARTICLE]

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'R-Day': Week's Celebrations THE third anniversary of Indian Republic will be a k-lon* fete m Singapore next January, The Standard ricierstands. •Republic Day" relebratian* include an arts exhibition. a hockey match, a classical c and music show and public meetings commencing Jan. 22 and ending with Indian Representative's official ption

Tell, If You Have Seen This Tailor [ARTICLE]

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Tell, If You Have Seen This Tailor PENANG. Tues.— Police and registration officers m the Federation and Singapore have been warned to be on the lookout for a 24-year-old Chinese I tailor. Lim Chee Tong. who is now urgently needed by the Petiang Police for interrogation. Lim. who was born

RURAL PUBLIC TO GET AID [ARTICLE]

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RURAL PUBLIC TO GET AID THE Social Welfare Department will inform the public m the Rural Districts m explanatory n')tes now under preparation huw they can benefit from such services as youth welfare. legal aid and advice and public assistance. The possibility of public assist anr-e payments m the rural

Woman Leader Due Today [ARTICLE]

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Woman Leader Due Today MRS. ROGER Low Bacon. Chairman of the International Affairs Committee of th e U.S. National Republican Club, is du o here today o n a five-day visit of Singapore and the Federation. VVhi'e here, sh e will call on Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald. the Commissioner General.

HOUSEBREAKING [ARTICLE]

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HOUSEBREAKING RAMAT bin Yahya of Pm Bunga, Tangkah was sentenced to oiic year's imprisonment by Mr. .T. P. Kirby, President of the S- ions Court. Muar, for house-breaking with intention ommitting theft.

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x t SPSS! PPTl of thr t'nilpver Onunisation on J I t. Malaya, beta* freetej by Mr. and Mrs. NT. Nlcohoo, MIS B&! o« Levci Brother! (Malay*) Ltd., on hlj arrital at Hie Kuala Lwopw aiipo L

COLONY TO BE BASE FOR BIRTH CONTROL [ARTICLE]

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COLONY TO BE BASE FOR BIRTH CONTROL Standard Staff Reporter SINGAPORE is shortly la become th e Western Pacific Regional headquarters of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Mary Grove-White. Medical Di ector of the Family Planning Association said at a press conference yesterday. This decision was taken on the recommendation

COMMODITY [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY r CLOSING rubber prices 'cents per Ib m Singapore ve^terria.v were* Bu.\ers Sellers No. 1 R.S.S Spot Loose :>4i 54] No. 1 r.s.s ;>!,' :>.') No. 2 R.S.S. 531 %3i No. 3 R.S.S. 511 51 i Tone: Steady. TIN PKICF The price of tin yesterday was 530*7 per picul.

22 Reading Chinese [ARTICLE]

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22 Reading Chinese THE number of s'udents reading Chinese as their principal subject m the University of Malaya i s 22. the Registrar of the University Mr. W. D. Craig, said yesterday He wa.s commenting on statements appearing m some Chinese papers recently that "m the Malayan University there is

Cannot Hold Up Traffic [ARTICLE]

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Cannot Hold Up Traffic SINGA PO R E politicians standing for election may make speeches at any public road, place or resort provided they 1. Caus<? no obstruction to pedestrians or motorists, 2. Hold W»e meetings between 7 a.m. and 10 pm. This wa-> stated m yes' rc\:\y'> Government Gazette.

SHE IS SAVED FROM THE SEA [ARTICLE]

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SHE IS SAVED FROM THE SEA A CHINESE woman of about 30 was yesterday rescued from drowning ofl" the sea at Marine Parade. She was seen floating m the sea l>y a group of boys and two men waded out waist deep and pulled the woman ashore. Earlier, the group

Young Robber Sentenced To Eight Years [ARTICLE]

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Young Robber Sentenced To Eight Years A young robber, Tan Boon CiU'llß. \V;iv i.i the Singapore Assize Court yesterday to eight jmn imprisonment for the part he played m robbing a Chii coupe of $300 m cash and jewe lery. Before passing sentence Mr. Justice Taylor Oi of this kind

Swerved To Avoid Sailor [ARTICLE]

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Swerved To Avoid Sailor THE s.M/^.ipore Coroner, Mr. Choor Singh, recorded verdict of <!o«Tih by mi-;-adventure a1 yesterday*! inquiry on Yew Van (45). a seaman, who was a Urged I v knocked down by w car driven by Chee Knot) Va r i ut Neil Road near the junction f

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WORLD'S FASTEST PRODUCTJoiTc^ A I w m 142.6 M.PH r CHOSE CASTROL At Ufoh Oonold Hiclty dr,».ng f hit Austin Heoley 00" reached LfsJi a speed of 1426 mpK 0 i f/i£ »he mcosured m»fc Dri» tr Ili^^^^ Heofcy, Eytton. Etnnct, Cooptr jm \_V Moore and Speor r>rokr over 100

LAND OFFER TO MALAYS IS FOR PEACE ON ISLAND [ARTICLE]

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LAND OFFER TO MALAYS IS FOR PEACE ON ISLAND G-Al RNMENT was reserving free Crown land m Pahang Settlement on Pulau Tekong Besar M.iLi> peaking: race, because it wants to nreirrnonj among the islands. Tb.i.s was the explanation given to The Standard by the acting Deputy Commissioner Of Lands In

S. Korea Books Up Rubber from Us [ARTICLE]

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S. Korea Books Up Rubber from Us expoi I more iblic of receivince the i > ti I i (100 I miliKoi i i will

DOCTOR IGNORED MAN IN DISTRESS, COURT TOLD [ARTICLE]

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DOCTOR IGNORED MAN IN DISTRESS, COURT TOLD A SINGAPORE lawyer, Mr. C. H. Koh, made a report to the Fourth Police Court Magistrate, Mr. J. B. Jeyaretnam m open court yesterday against a European, whom he thought to be a doctor of the Singapore Generol Hospital, for not attending to

JUDGE REBUKES A LATE ARRIVAL [ARTICLE]

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JUDGE REBUKES A LATE ARRIVAL SINGAPORE City Police Court Magistrate, Mr. J. M. Devereaux-Colebouni, yesterday rebuked Lee Ah Tee, who tailed to turn up on time m court. u l*ve got people who don't a- where the City Police i/mr: is. I've got people who think the City Court is

World Bank's Asia Expert Flies In [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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World Bank's Asia Expert Flies In h IKST steps m the move to discover new avenues for increasing Malaya's national wealth will be taken today, when Mr. I D. Greffh, a director of the Department of Operations, Asia and Middle-Fast, of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, begins discussions

No More Sopranos Unless... [ARTICLE]

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No More Sopranos Unless... NO m iran >~ wil] bo Sing i pore Musi 3oci ty unless they have suns m tho Matthew Pa >i c Mr Gordon tOT Of the Sing ii Society, 'i'h-' Stanc n i yesterday Mr-. Van Hier. said that there were still a few vacancies

FENCES FOR WELLS [ARTICLE]

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FENCES FOR WELLS THE R ir il B N ttei has thai the v. ells m the rui i I be fenced to prevent children falling into them.

BUS SHELTERS FOR SUBURBS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BUS SHELTERS FOR SUBURBS THE construction of 20 bus shelters m the rural areas be completed by thf end of this month and many more will be built m due course. The Rural Board Newsletter states that shelters will be built along the following roads:— Bukit Timah. Upper Serangoon, Upper

Luck Controls Blood Supply In This Big Hospital [ARTICLE]

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Luck Controls Blood Supply In This Big Hospital JOHORE BAHRU. Tues Th General Hospital here o of the bigge I and up-to-date hospitals m the Federation i^ without a blood bank. because vewi few people hi the State are willing to give a pint of their bloo I, \h. Data

Claim For Damages Dismissed [ARTICLE]

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Claim For Damages Dismissed KUALA L I M P l K. Turs. The claim for damages auainst the ('♦•n lit! F.lettritity Board, hy a 4'! -year-old widow, ('hoy Y»»»n I onq. for the death of her husband. Yap Pow Yooni;. result ins from an anident m whiih a C'.K.B van

GAMBLERS LOST [ARTICLE]

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GAMBLERS LOST El(;ifT Chinese were each fined $15 by the Muar Magistrate. Enche Ibrahim bin Abdu Marian for gambling at Jal m Sialani?, Tangkah.

'UMNO-MCA WISH IMP SUCCESS' [ARTICLE]

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'UMNO-MCA WISH IMP SUCCESS' KUAI.A LUMPUR. Tues. i)i Ismail bin Abdul Rahman, UMNO Vice-President said today the UMXO-MCA Alliance welcomed compeiition frum other parties. He w;i s referring to reported efforts of IMP President, Dato Sir Onn bin Ja'afar to win over Malay peasants. "Would it be presumptuous on my

INSPECTION TOUR [ARTICLE]

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INSPECTION TOUR MR R.D. RAI.FK. Agency Superintendent of Manu turera Life Insurance Company Hew mi i S.ni;.i[) >i on a S Mjt'i-i: i Asian toui t the Company 1 !>r in< hes. H will be here for a forto t)t-f'ir»» g .-iriq t Manila.

He Cheated After Getting The Sack [ARTICLE]

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He Cheated After Getting The Sack KUALA LUMPUR, T C. X '.iy. driver -it Kinrara Estate, > I i six m onl hs imprisonn i nfiav by Mr. E Biown. Presi- of the Se ti «i C on tv. > ni irq i h '.i' ing :Borj; •> M otor

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t \CONTAINERS BEX is the name to rcmcinbet tot all fcuiJ% of kitchen and household ware. Ask for UliX when you need drinking beakers and measuring iugs: and mixing bowls that nobody can break. 3 BEAUTIES BY BEX BtX Kitchen canister* v* -8 In 1 Ib., 2 Ib. and 4

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Weather MINI M I) M T»rnpprature: From 7.:i|) pm. Nov. to 7 .50 a. :n. Nov. 3. Sin? j pore [I'l F), Pcnaag <7U F), Ki»ia Bahru (74 V), Kuili Lamaar <7l F), Ipoli (7.": F), Kuniliii (73 Fj. vi u\i:n v m Teatperatare: From 7.:;n bjm. Nov. to 7.30

PRESCRIBE ONLY? NO, NO, NO, EXCLAIM THE DOCTORS [ARTICLE]

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PRESCRIBE ONLY? NO, NO, NO, EXCLAIM THE DOCTORS Standard Staff Reporter THE suggestion doctors m Malaya should stop dispensing and confine themselves to prescribing only, made m the Malayan Pharmaceutical Journal, is being questioned by the Alumni Association of Malaya. In the Alumni's "Proceedings," published yesterday, it says this matter

Seven Rob A Farmer [ARTICLE]

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Seven Rob A Farmer A FARMER, a cook and a taxi-driver were robbed of more than $500 worth of cash and goods m Singapore within 24 hours, the first occurring at 3 a.m. on Monday. Case No. I: Seven armed robbers forced their way into a farmer's hut m Chua

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MBS. M. MOSSE. who has bwn appointed QANTAB Passeacer RelatkMM Oflcer .it Kaßai Airport. Singapore. Wife of a R.A.F. Squadron Trader attached to the Directorate of Lepai Servic's. Mrs Mosse served as QANTAB bcokin? clerk and ground hostess from 15M8 to 195#, when she left for I.K. with her husband.

Police Look For Woman Escapee [ARTICLE]

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Police Look For Woman Escapee standard Staff Reporter SINGAPORE police are on the look-out for a middie-aged woman who escaped from the custody of the Social Welfare Department yesterday. She was found sleeping on the five-foot-wav m Geylang on Monday night. It was raining then, and her child shivering. She

Fishmonger WasRobbed [ARTICLE]

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Fishmonger WasRobbed A 3 mt Amir bin S sudin and Constable 1790 i cd mi n Mill Lane (< fl Kj Road) on Sept. 17 at 4 10 they saw two men Ho H k and Tan Chong Seng, gedly rob a fish-mon^ r who was cycling oast the spot.

Between The Pocket And... [ARTICLE]

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Between The Pocket And... r.OH TIAN KWOXG. was sentenced to one year's rigorous imprisonment m the Singapore First District Court, yesterday, for picking the pocket of a passenger m a bus. In addition he was placed under police supervision for two years The prosecution said Loh. stole a pen worth

MAN KILLED [ARTICLE]

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MAN KILLED TAN SENG MOI (25>. a Singapore labourer was killed yesterday when several cement bags dropped on him as he vas stacking them m a store m Bukit Tii-nab Road

STC DRIVER FINED $50 [ARTICLE]

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STC DRIVER FINED $50 CHARGED m the Singapore Second Traffic Court yesterday with speeding between 3Q to 35 miles ptT hour along Mountbatten Road Ibrahim bin Ab- ah, a Singapore Traction Company driver, told the Magistrate that his omnibus, a Dennis type engine, could not run more than 25 mi.es

LUCKY NUMBERS [ARTICLE]

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LUCKY NUMBERS AT the Gala Ft held m aid of the Rfarym Vocational 9 i<x»i last Saturday at the St Joseph's Institution, the fo low r.'A lucky numberi were drawn: lit. prize (Mo 2338) phuio: prize (No. 4667) Pfafl treadle machine; 3rd. prize (No. 1U7!»J) portable ty; Consolation 4939, ")8!>8

Talk On Two Films [ARTICLE]

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Talk On Two Films PROFFSSOR A. C Hardy of Oxford University will give a short preliminary on the background n<.u\ pose of twn be shown ;»t ihe Ari University of M on Tin day. Now m at 8.30 pm. The fi '"n- lerWat< r St( .m i I- i niri

Opium In Three Hats [ARTICLE]

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Opium In Three Hats A SINGAPORE labourer, Ong Koh, tried to get through Gate 4 of the Singapore Harbour Board wearing three fe:t hats on c upon the other. He vva s stopped by <he policeman on duty at the and two pellets of prepared opium were found hidden between

'Felt Like Doing Something Stupid' [ARTICLE]

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'Felt Like Doing Something Stupid' A Singapore accountant toM the Seventh Police Couii magi Irate yesterday thjat after •4 some beer at the Savoy Re tan rant. he stole into the and took a wall cluck down. He <ii<l this "more out of sheer iiosinej l lust felt iike doing

POLICE HUNT FOR A PET COCKATOO [ARTICLE]

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POLICE HUNT FOR A PET COCKATOO Standard Staff Reporter Till: Basapa family ot Singapore Is ofTrriiiff a substantial reward lor anyone who ran find a pet Australian cockatoo which they lost from their residence at 549, I'pper Serin go— Road, early Monday morning:. White and lone beaked, the bird is

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Move To Boycott Mr. Nair [ARTICLE]

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Move To Boycott Mr. Nair 1)1 I I lON i.illnbrrs ol \hr Hit hour Bo im] itioa not to mi m r i> It t x < mm M.illor. if he |ci tion m |kC Singapore < ity t- m»ui secreP pillai. nutivr Council ,ti N<>\ 1-. H lai v»id

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photo MRS. JIM BO SENG. uid,Mv of lhc teta Major-f.rnrral an,; Rlalayaa hrro, with tears m krr cmv receiving Ihe sympathy of the Commissioner Renera I. Mr. Malcolm Maclionild Standard

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I LITTLE SIOW (.1 OK. diughtrr of Ike ll1 MaJ«r-Geaeral Lin Bo Smg. is km ikakini bands v*itl. Mr Mtlcolm M.v Ucniald. the Dtnmissionrr CirneraL Looking on .m- lu-r brothers St.nsrl.jrd

BANKRUPTCY WAVE HITS FED. IN WAKE OF FALLING TRADE [ARTICLE]

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BANKRUPTCY WAVE HITS FED. IN WAKE OF FALLING TRADE KUALA LUMPUR, Tues.— Fif*/-on« businesses m rhe Federation, wifh liabilities amounting to more than $4,850,000, have gone bankrupt during the first nine months of this year. And the number of bankruptcy cases is still mounting. !t bankruptcies are not confined to

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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phofo. Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald. ihp Com mi s s lonerGeneral, Laying the foundation stone of the Lim Bo Seng Memorial at the Singapore Esplanade. On the left IS r Ng Keqg Siang. the architect. Standard

Joint Committee To Study Salaries [ARTICLE]

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Joint Committee To Study Salaries A mmittee representing the Si igapore Governmeni and i1 stafl representative wi study Ihe problem of working out a new salary scheme for Division II and HI emp i This derision was taken at a meeting of th<» Council of Joint Action a |ir Government

'Paintings Of Bali' [ARTICLE]

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'Paintings Of Bali' THE Consul-General of the Repub ie ol Indonesia m Singapore, Dr. Mohamed Ra/if. will officially <>t>i-ti an exhibition of "Painting of Bali." by M< I. Kang, Chen Chong Swee, Chen VWn TTsi and Cheong Sop Peniii at the British Council Hall, Stamford Road, <m Nov. (i at

BOYS' BRIGADE INSPECTION [ARTICLE]

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BOYS' BRIGADE INSPECTION THE hk nth company of the Singapore Boy-' Hi i:;ado will hold their 12th annual i ,ii and display :<t tho Memorial Hall, St. Andrew 1 lathedral on Saturday at p in. The R<-v. G. Iff. IV Bennett will be the inspecting ofl The chairman will b«

Raw Materials [ARTICLE]

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Raw Materials He added that the recession m the price of raw materials wraj affecting most of the countries with regard to the completion of their development plans but, m spite of this diffirulty. Commonwealth countries were showing ability to gel on with their jobs. Singapore's developfneni plan was originally

Poppy Day Ceremony [ARTICLE]

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Poppy Day Ceremony Im THE Officer Administering the Government. Mr. W.A.C. Goode will lay the wreath at a eremony at the Cenotaph on Ren embranoi Day, Nov. t. A two-minute silence will bo observed and the following detachments will take part: ExService Association. Royal Navy, Royal Malayan Navy, Malayan Royal

He Had Something Sharp And Shining (COURT TOLD) [ARTICLE]

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He Had Something Sharp And Shining (COURT TOLD) AT the roiitinued prelim iinquiry into the alleged murder ol M. Rengasamy, a witness. Retnam. said In the Sixth Police Court ye terday. thai he saw V. Vadivellu with "something sharp and gh m his hand, bend down and lunge towards Ht-uj,

C-G LAYS STONE FOR MEMORIAL TO LIM BO SENG [ARTICLE]

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C-G LAYS STONE FOR MEMORIAL TO LIM BO SENG Standard Staff Reporter THE late Major-General Lim Bo Sens was yesterday described a s "a shining Malayan patriot," when the Commissioner-General, Mr. Malcolm Mac Donald, laid the foundation stone of a memorial on the Singapore Esplanade. "The handsome pagoda which will

C.I.G.S. VISITS GURKHA FRIENDS [ARTICLE]

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C.I.G.S. VISITS GURKHA FRIENDS IPOH.Tucs.— Britain sChid of the Imperial General Staff, Field Marshal Sir John Harding, today broke bil journey back U> the United Kingdom by a two-hour reunion with the 1/6 Gurkhn I Rifles. Sir John. \\\uj is Colonel of the Regiment, last visited the battalion two years

DRIVER FINED [ARTICLE]

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DRIVER FINED ERNEST Fathct Grange Koad, iva. fined > (l yesterday and his !i< on< c endorsed by the Singapore Sorond Traffic Maj Mi Howe Yoon Chong, for driving .r m a dangero i mans

$75,000 AUSSIE GIFT FOR TRADE SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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$75,000 AUSSIE GIFT FOR TRADE SCHOOL Standard Staff Reporter AI'STRALIA lias agreed, under the Colombo Plan, to make a "gilt" of £8,000 (about $75,000) to equip Singapore's Junior Technical School, Mr. Tan, the Colony's representative to the recent Colombo Plan Conference m N'evv Delhi, said on his return by Comet

A Woman Was His Big Worry [ARTICLE]

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A Woman Was His Big Worry I HERE a of worries Money, women and health. What i. yours Sii pore Fifth Polke Court M Irate Mr. D.H. Chapman ;< Chew Ah Hai, a fitter yesterday "A woman," answered who was fined $50 tor attempting to end his lit* rig to

ITS SUICIDE SAYS CORONER [ARTICLE]

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ITS SUICIDE SAYS CORONER IHE Singapore A I i Coroner. Mr Giam I Hitiii t. Inc 1 1 .1111 ho from t Road, on Oct. a M la hung Hee B th«- fit' eased can b she had heari :i < i i a time.

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Today's Decision [ARTICLE]

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Today's Decision 'TODAY the Univi ol Malaya Council iJ conider the plans to transfer the University from Singapore u> Johore Bahru at an estimated co I over ears, <>( S l 4 r> million. We have no doubi tl c C incil will give this mattei their deepest thought before

Man vs Heat & Cold [ARTICLE]

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Man vs Heat Cold \1 adapts himself much ix-tier m heal lhaa la cold. the International Pin siologiral Congress, held recently at Montreal, Canada, was told. Professor I". I". Dubois. of Cornell Medical College, said he believes man lias \irtuallv mo natural < ipacity to adapt himself to extremely coM

Monkeys Now Live In Simla [ARTICLE]

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Monkeys Now Live In Simla HORDE of monkeys is taking: over Simla, onetime summer capital of British Imperial India. Monkeys clatter over the roofs of abandoned office buildings that stand like gloomy warehouses under the elegant hill pines; they smash windows and steal forgotten flies, scattering them m their escape

NEVER GOT OVER S'PORE INQUIRY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEVER GOT OVER S'PORE INQUIRY O.M. GREEN The First Rajah Brooke i\\\w nY ix^' i\[OST OF THE books about that extraordinary man, the first Rajah Brooke of Sarawak, were written so long ago that it would take some trouble to hunt them up m libraries; and so Miss Emily Hahn's

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Tax Evasion [LETTER]

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Tax Evasion s• The i i arr ron r i (un-enlifhti n beini i n 1 irst: Ai I

DELIGHTED [LETTER]

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DELIGHTED S l<< > t re. Co > I i vf delighted 1 botir j fit E. S. Moorti port, j"if Dl IMOND < II Dl \M(»M» Srr.inunnn

WHY ? [LETTER]

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WHY i ing < 1 M 2. D I F Cai I 1 j i I i up I < iim ITSI l> VOTE! i Singapore,

GAMBLING [LETTER]

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GAMBLING i i i i i i 1 if a 1 soon fora I takg up > tho r 21 yra i Ml MBI l(

Review of Views [ARTICLE]

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Review of Views I m-irk lUe r i Tut ir.ide m i If j i

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UK CAN SUPPLY ATOMIC ARMS [ARTICLE]

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UK CAN SUPPLY ATOMIC ARMS B (Reuirrw A-<- today cpert, Profe or aying that imic tests at iwed i hat Britain three th n< atomic ial use pi incipal Depart- an National ttend< tests. pei aid he desof a deve- for the a< apons made if B pro- to the

Peace Talks Date Set [ARTICLE]

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Peace Talks Date Set down n n !02 i onI hing"

CHINESE HELD IN BANGKOK [ARTICLE]

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CHINESE HELD IN BANGKOK Nov. 3 (AFP) I Chini v m hern Thailand. dealing m arms ith General Li i m »mii ghOUl Bui

2 MORE NOBEL PRIZE AWARDS [ARTICLE]

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2 MORE NOBEL PRIZE AWARDS Nov. 3 <AP' I kholm newspaper :ir\ tonignt i ar*s Nobel prizes and chemistry will to a Dutch physi- rman chemist. ■>:\\6 they Prof. I rederik Cerlike ol the Netherlands, iiti mann Staudingei rg University

BRITISH FIRM'S RED CONTRACT [ARTICLE]

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BRITISH FIRM'S RED CONTRACT LONDON, Nov. 3, Router)— A British firm has gained a C 100,000 Soviel government contract for timber transports m the face ol fierce foreign petit ion. A spokesman of the firm Pest Control of Cambridgesaid the orde r was the firm's challenge to a m >nopoly

WRITER FINED [ARTICLE]

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WRITER FINED JAMES Dolsen, ;> Communist party writer, was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment and tiiieci .")TO m Pittsburgh yesterday for violating Ihe State's sedition !;nv Reuter

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photo. SIR Vriastoa Churchill < left* receives eadwt from the Lord Mayor of Lords Aldermai I). Cowliac, m cereMony at 10 Downinj; Street m which the British Premier received the Free dom of Leeds offered to him shortly after the end oi the war from :x delegation of Leeds officials.

PEACE WITH I-C REDS RULED OUT [ARTICLE]

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PEACE WITH I-C REDS RULED OUT Talks Would Hit Morale Of Troops On Battle Fronts' SAIGON, Nov. 3 (UP)— Vietnam Premier Nguyen Van Tarn yesterday ruled out peace negotiations with the Communists until superior French Union strength proves "treason does not pay" He said such negotiations would only discourage Allied

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photo. I f IX new Italian tilm actress seen relaxing m this picture, is about to make her debut on the screen. Not much is known about her except that she is a dark Haired, long limbed cuti,. with a.i overall slim silhouette Her name? Not mu< !i is known

Thailand Lowers Fob Rice Price [ARTICLE]

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Thailand Lowers Fob Rice Price BANGKOK, Nov. (UP)— Thailand has taken the first step m allowing consuming countries to pay less for their rice purchases by announcing a government decision to lower the fob charge ior rice exports. M was made by Nai Vurakam Bancha, Mini Affairs. It tcp wi

They Were Ready For Krakatau [ARTICLE]

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They Were Ready For Krakatau JAKARTA. Nov. 3, (B iter). ogical Bureau lunced today tin re were no human casualties ;|v; resi I the Krak eruptions of Oct. 25 and 26 and 27. Volcan r< Dr. I A. De N< elf ret irn- lay from the B Java's westernmosi make

Polling Violence [ARTICLE]

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Polling Violence REPORTS of pre-election violence in ;he Philippines increased sharply yesterday as rival political party lea prepared to meel in a round e "pcme conference* 1 with eleci ion and arm v offl >!ala a! Manila. U.P.

GETS NEW POST [ARTICLE]

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GETS NEW POST ?dR. Koii'iiiro Asakai, Japan's Minister m London, will leave for Tokyo ater this month to take up a new dipiomatic appointment. It is not yet known here who \v:' re- him. Reuter

If Pakistan Wants To Be In Then.... [ARTICLE]

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If Pakistan Wants To Be In Then.... 01 lu'i Con HPPI Thi jno: hannel 1 probably n< Li P ent to pa m R< The 1 unto

UNREST IN EASTERN ZONE [ARTICLE]

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UNREST IN EASTERN ZONE I.i Bn': F i c i

AIR CHIEF ON WAYTO S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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AIR CHIEF ON WAYTO S'PORE NEW DELHI, Nov. 3. (AP) —Britain's Air Chiel Marshal Sir Arthur Sanders flew here i.i t night from Karachi m the course of a month's tour oi Commonwi a th co inti He if sent from 7 foi Singapore.

ZAHEDI KILLS ANOTHER PLOT [ARTICLE]

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ZAHEDI KILLS ANOTHER PLOT TEHERAN. Nov. 3— The military governor of Teheran. Farhad Dadsetan. has announced the smashing of a pro-Mossadeq Commvinist inspired plot for a nationwide strike which was to have started next Friday. It would have coincided with the possible starting date (jf the trial of the former

MELENDEZ DIES [ARTICLE]

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MELENDEZ DIES .lORGE MELENDEZ. 82. Presidenl of El Salvador from 1919 to 1923, died m San Salvador yesterday after a long illness

50TH BIRTHDAY [ARTICLE]

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50TH BIRTHDAY PANAMA, youngest of the 21 American republics will obgerve itg SOtfa birthday tod;iv with special celebrations.- UP

Trieste Debate In U.N. Is Postponed [ARTICLE]

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Trieste Debate In U.N. Is Postponed UNITED NATIONS, New York, Nov. 3 (IP)— The I'nited Nations Security Council overriding angry protests postponed its Trieste debate another three weeks yesterday to allow the West more time to arrange a five-nation conference on the dangerous disiinra |JU I The vote was nine

Envoy In Beirut [ARTICLE]

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Envoy In Beirut PRESIDENT Eisenhower's special envoy m Hie Middle Fust. Eric Johnston, arrived m Beirut on Monday fi Damascus, aori wen] into a 75--minute huddle with representatives of ihe Lebanese Parliument. A P

'ULTRA' BILLIE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'ULTRA' BILLIE i THIS if IM'II- I nil. Ih> irhich m hi n(i<i i f by Wide World

THAI CHINESE AGAINST REDS [ARTICLE]

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THAI CHINESE AGAINST REDS Chii i f V .1 po)i< ml I n

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RUBBER.TINCIOSINGPRICES Standard London Correspondent LONDON, Nov. 3. The following are the closing prices of rubbci and tin on the London morkct: LONDON RUBBER LONDON TIN Spot 16 d. I Spot £617 per ton December 16id. buyer, £620 sellers. Jon./MorcW 16id. Three months £605 Apr./ June 16id. buyers. £606 sellers. July/Sept.

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JAPAN AIRLINES PLAN EXPANSION [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN AIRLINES PLAN EXPANSION WASHINGTON, Nov. 3 (AP)— Yosliito Kojima. Executive Director of Japan Airlines, expressed hope recently that "is company will be operating between San Francisco and Tokyo* within two or three months. He described t!u< u *ne first step in a five-year development to cover three quarters of

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THE MEN here are boarding: a ship the modern, .safe, and Btff 1 way. They are beins; I carried by an overside I 1 lift up the new Shell tank- I i Helix (18OO« Io« < 1 deadweight). which is fitted with new de\ ites for safety of personnel I

AIR FARES ARE BEING REVIEWED [ARTICLE]

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AIR FARES ARE BEING REVIEWED HONOLULU, Nov. 3 (AP) The International Air Transport Association traffic conference opened Monday and bc^an work of reviewing :M.OOO rate s and fares for international plane travel An lATA spokesman said one of the first things to be considered will be th P North Atlantic

THEY LOOK AHEAD [ARTICLE]

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THEY LOOK AHEAD TAIPEI. Nov. 3 (AP)— The head of Northwest Airline* >aid today his company bjH asked US. Government permission to operate m and nil of Shanghai so it ran he ready when th c Nationally Chinese return.

SHIPS COLLIDE [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS COLLIDE ALEXANDRIA Xov (AFP)— The British freighter Athe! Su!ta and the Turkish merchant vessel Sadikoglou wer c involved m collision today at the entranc> to the harbour of Alexandria. Damage was estimated at C 2,000

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U.K. Urged To Take Action On Rubber Issue [ARTICLE]

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U.K. Urged To Take Action On Rubber Issue LONDON, Noy. 3— Commenting on the toilure of the London rubber conference the Evening Standard m a bitter editorial yesterday colled upon the British Government to take action against the United States "attack" on the Malayan rubber industry. The paper said: "The

DOING THE MARKET

NOON PRICES [ARTICLE]

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NOON PRICES Singaimre Chamber of Commerce Rubber Association noon prices (m cents ncr Ib.) yestcrdav were: Buyers Sellers No. 1 RSS Spot loose 532 541 N i l November ">4j{ 541 No l RS.S. Dec. 541 I No. 2 Novembi r »2j 53| No Novembi r >ol 5] RMA m

RUBBER DROPS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER DROPS Ri'BBKR prices continued to drop m Singapore yesterday, but at the lower levels good trade support steadied the market which closed at around ")4 4 > cents per Ib. foi firs! grade rubber for November shipmeni (55 3/a rents per ib. on Monday). Prices opened at 1J rents

SHARES [ARTICLE]

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SHARES THE Malayan share market continued dull and feature terday. There \v;i,- an easier tendency In the Industrial shar< m. The volume of business remained on a small scale. Rubber shares continued neglci. INIIHSTKI XI s Hljvrr > S< I AC is. 184 l M. J'iii 28 Waugh, v 1

Meow Of Protest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Meow Of Protest photo GIVING forth i* "mnm" uf pretest hi 'I'niKi- Watphan n.ih.ih." |>ri/r Si.»u:«s«- ,t{ that (l«v% !UlOfl nul« Ihmii li.inykok to s.in I i.iimimo uhilr it s iuuiits .ire takifli I' 1 slow rnutr hniiu 1 h\ Imi.il i rif l triiin tf;roimh F.nropr II recal frliac

R.I. GOLD MINES TO BE WORKED AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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R.I. GOLD MINES TO BE WORKED AGAIN .1 \km;i Nov. (\i pj (U>ld riunrs m th»» B<rm kalis Island, off Sumatra., east coast. ai> expected to be r«>-«*\ploitrd on a prewar footing by the Beilfkalia Mmmi; Company, it ua> learned here. A (Government UctMt m.is alreadj i»» < a< mired

OUR EXPORTS ARE IN PERIL' [ARTICLE]

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OUR EXPORTS ARE IN PERIL' LONDON. Nn\ (Krutrr) Mr. lVtrr Thoinrx. rroft, President of tin* tlo.ml of Trade, told h.inKi n m 1 oiidon last nifclit I\\a{ Britain had reached "a mniiu-nl of Rreat peril m the r\|M>rt firld." stro 1 iti *h of R •s iii ii til from

PRODUCE [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE THE i Siri_: all section only i Singapore i whr. 105 (I 14 (1 wak).

JAPS BUY SUGAR [ARTICLE]

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JAPS BUY SUGAR JAPAN m of vi nesia m rhanj i t UP

JAP MISSION IS HOPEFUL [ARTICLE]

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JAP MISSION IS HOPEFUL I m I l i

Better Trade Relations [ARTICLE]

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Better Trade Relations I 1 1 f Di

EUCALYPTUS OIL OUTPUT [ARTICLE]

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EUCALYPTUS OIL OUTPUT I I I the

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tn APncr 3 y A Copp fed bEeH§J/2SH 5 °nY i^H^rA"ist^ MSiSfiKSasSSf/ soodforgene^i~l±.J— l ~\r-y^- ■•> vi BOLLMOOSC ISGOOP ■A J^fc v _^> FOR THE COUNTfiY/.* AHey Pop By vx Horo/in HFAC fcfJD Wt ITaui Tutor- sc^H^B I fc^^kFP*, BOY. I'M 1 I /fc G2 JuUet Jorc^ By Sian Drake

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S^pore Diary S 1" X: V: "V LI LI nth. »t Capitol Red Room V.w r\ mte nal o il Women'i PITALMNKMCitILp: Working merts at i' 2. Rambutan Rd .at COf.ISKIM Counc;! .n i et Clan CAPITOI 5Jj m (from 14 I up to p.m. Quay. 113 p.m f 'm

DOING THE TOWN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DOING THE TOWN OSWALD HENRY with and his Camera \l»(i\ci: \l WI.V I I)** hon«'\ mooning it Sea View Hotel after big KF wedding Mr, Shelac Nathan of th«. Tutorial m til ..I llaig Boys' Morning Srhoal .md his bride, the former Mi-. 1 < rts.i Rani >. tilth, m

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RAIN RESTRICTS FAST GALLOPS [ARTICLE]

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RAIN RESTRICTS FAST GALLOPS By WINDSOR LAD thai < f ad) and Golden I, 5f a ea uy. n impressive. a shortFairkead (DonNtrnnj; and Free impresed fast over «iid m n 43. lhcy Fair- tretching the Fail H be itioo I liaJ iS?" >r the tion i i.i b ioi-

Another Contender For Olson [ARTICLE]

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Another Contender For Olson NEW YORK, Nov. 3, (AP).— Everybody is getting Exit I c H o Olson act. Now P. Young, the lasl contender B to eliminated before Randy Turpin, i> back on tho scene. Paddy, making Wiis first rtart since he lost to O\<c,'a on June J9 for

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Mr. Hannin. uromotion dir ector of Harlem (ilobetrottcrs who flew into Singapore yesterday to finalise details of th' c trotters' second visit to th<> Colony a t the end of December Story mi n Page Twelve.

Varsity XVs Will Play In France [ARTICLE]

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Varsity XVs Will Play In France LONDON. Nov. (AP) Oxford and Cambridge universities will .-end their rugby teams to France for matches this season. Oxford is scheduled to play Cognac on Dec. 13, Mountauban on Dec. 17. and a regional team at Marbonne on Dec. 20. Cambridge tentatively plans to

England Make Four Changes [ARTICLE]

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England Make Four Changes K)N, Nov. 3 (Reuter)— England have made s, three m the personnel and one m posii the team which drew with tlie FIFA side m choosing the side to meet Ireland m their match at Goodison Park, Everton, on Nov. 11. The only new "Cap Is

Taiping Hockey [ARTICLE]

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Taiping Hockey In a well hockey fix- yesterMalays emerged ting the Kilat Club goal m rue. led scoring i Chows hut •< d vith ugh Muru- ed down more goals through Hazim. V.alf th^ I but found n the osts Kilat Club ond goal i Manap; i Nour; NasaHabib, l

Island Golf [ARTICLE]

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Island Golf c Hnaifl id on v i i r Dr. S A Rajoo, wijo f 2 and L

GAULT COULD DO IT [ARTICLE]

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GAULT COULD DO IT SYDNEY, Nov. 3— American fighter, Puppy Gault, training for a crack at the world bantamweight title on Nov. 13. is impressing local critics, but Australian Jimmy Carruthers j firm favourite to hold the title. Sydney trainer, Ernie McQuillan, said that Gault's workout was one o the

Chelsea In Cup Final [ARTICLE]

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Chelsea In Cup Final LONDON. Nov. 3 (AP).— Chelsea entered the lina) of the London Challenge Soc «r Cup last night Inviting Wesl Ham United b y the only yoal m the match. l< suits <>t matches played under floodlight were: Carlisle 1, Raith Rovers 4; Queen's PR. 2, West

Varsity Sports [ARTICLE]

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Varsity Sports UNIVERSITY of Malaya will hold Uieir fourth annual ;ithio lie meet on S iturdair .'it t)ic Univei Ity ,;i 01 n I, BukU 1 imali R J i';»it r^ a 4 2.'Ja y.m.

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Nonas THE BANKRUPTCY ORDINANCE (CHAPTER 45> In the High Court of the Colony of Singapore Island of Singapore [M BANKRUPTCY Wage Earner's Administration Order No. 323 of 1939. RE KOH CHIN EE. of No. 271, Tanjong Pagar Road. Singapore; Motor Mechanic. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Second and Final

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SJ.NCiAPOHE TLKF CLUB NOVEM3FR MEETING 1953— Saturday Wednesday 8M and Saturday 28tb November 1933. fTXTRIES CLOSE at 12 noon Xv on V/EDXESDAY. 11th November. VJo'.i. SWEEPS.— $1/- Unlimited Sweepstakos FOR MEMBERS ONLY will be held each Race Day. Applications for tickets must be m writing and be received before 330

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NOIH IS SIN<; \poiffr IMI'KOVEMLM ORDINANCE (CHAPTER 134) COVfcNT HARDEN IMntOVEMENI BCBBMI \/I ICE -s hereby givei. t V, nrJer Section 78 (2) of ne Singapore Improvement Ordinance (Chapte, 134) that me Singapore Improvement 'rust has prepared an Im■ovement Scheme for certain [&na» at Havefock Road md Kirn Song Road

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On OCM MIL OF SINGAPORE Making up .md Mr.iinine of Kinokc Ro.ui fro« Fast Coist Road to M.i hup Par.ide. QWNERS air n USed that j J the pjiin. specification, estimate nnd apportionment, m connection with the Notices served und«»r Section l<>:* of the Muiik ipal Ordinance (Chapter 133) lur

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M KNO^IIIH.MLM MR „tn Jooa Bbu f* Family :ik friends for h^.-.j irreaths, i id attending eral it« Madam N| i -lIIV I lONS VAfl \M rui rE< hsu ,t !>• p uli i nt, j Exam H,r ixi x x r.o i m nencv Bai 169 x •< 21C

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Standard Sc>r\ ice I or The i fnemployed AI \IM »t si KVli I \rr n urn .n nrrd |o i r lt m»ii to ii .1 u<»rk. jhf vine M""ie Standard I nmpimmrnt R«n m ofTrr^ miii Ir^r vpire m Ihif column lu«i rail m irrti, r local K(

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1 HIS i nifi< < lit sp< iincri nt m inhood is Herman ioh whn won the "Mr. Srlanjfor" title from right other »mpetilors at rontesl <«ponson ii bj the Selangor Vmatrut Bodybuilders' \*>- soriatioii held M the Srl.mfor < kc Vthletio V^suciution'fi new stadium List g itnrday.

Loone Out In Round 4 [ARTICLE]

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Loone Out In Round 4 PENAN Tucs. Rocky oul J 1 m ihr fourth round of 1 h. m aid of the Polir-e Fund for lants who died during the 1 ncy. ie w^ia down and •Ut m the :hirrl 1 t the bell saved him uni <>f five bsl

District XI Subdued By Comb. Schools [ARTICLE]

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District XI Subdued By Comb. Schools T I Tues.— In a fi :.< v fixture I I r ;ik Combine d S hoo i nd name to m;»ke I Dis-all-out to force a aw. I". half. Tuiping n the bett the ;.n scored through ward, Ng Say Pens'. econd half,

Tallon Gets A Divorce [ARTICLE]

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Tallon Gets A Divorce BRISBWF Nov 3 (Reut< r) Donald he Ausl rain T■ Ack iiet was grant- I a divor'^e on the grounds of his wife's lesertion m Brisbane Supi Court today T i m who re -eri»:y returned from Bri':iin wi'h the Austra- Test I im, to I

Kajang Hockey [ARTICLE]

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Kajang Hockey KAJANG >. Kajang Indo-Ceylonese I—l1 l ndly hockey

Saints Repeat Win Over Raffles [ARTICLE]

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Saints Repeat Win Over Raffles YESTERDAY'S inter-schools' return rugger encounter between St. Andrew's School and Raffles Institution at Woodsville was one where the pride and prestige of the unbeaten \Saints' took a jolt, tor never did they come nearer to defeat. Vs i1 ivas, only an i md the spirit

A TRY EACH [ARTICLE]

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A TRY EACH KUALA LUMPUH T ief HO «t«y* and RASC < all <t ti v each) In 7 n il !i „n uc) M'! i (round t »<i

VARSITY GIRLS INSPIRE DENTALS TO 13-0 VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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VARSITY GIRLS INSPIRE DENTALS TO 13-0 VICTORY THE Medical and the Dental students of the University of Malaya decided to spend an evening on the field. Yesterday at Sepoy Lines 30 players came to take part m their annual clash and the victors were the Dentals who repeated their victory

MELBOURNE CUP WON BY WODALLA [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE CUP WON BY WODALLA MELBOURNE. Nov. 3 History was made here today when first three horses m the £11,200 Melbourne Cup event run over two miles it Flemington. repeated their battle of the recent Caulfield Cup. first leg of the "Spring Do<> b Today Wodalla WOn from Most Regal,

Schoolboy Wins CRC T-Tennis [ARTICLE]

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Schoolboy Wins CRC T- Tennis TAIPING. Tues.— Sparkling table-tennis was seen m the Rna] round of the Chinese Recreation Club's open championships held at their premises m Station Road. The open doubles final wa< a hard-hitting affair throughand resulted m Loo Pooi and Lai Tat Kun beating Yip P*'ng Low

Police Beat HQ [ARTICLE]

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Police Beat HQ -KUALA LUMPUR. Tuei Police Dep >t beat HQ M (l m a iendiy hockey li- I HQ Ma a fro und

Montana Leaves [ARTICLE]

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Montana Leaves FILIPINO BOXER, Rocky Montana and his manager left Singapore lodaj f >r Manila.

State Team Rout Selangor Club 7-7 [ARTICLE]

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State Team Rout Selangor Club 7-7 KUALA LUMPUR, Tues.— Selan ft or State hockey team, winners of the recent southern quadrangular tourney at Singapore, look like making a repeat performance m the northern quad meet here thi s weekend. In a tryout against the Selangor Club today the State XI

Pk. Malays Saloma Cup Badminton [ARTICLE]

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Pk. Malays Saloma Cup Badminton TAIPING, Tue,- The annual North Perak Malays' ib KO 1 af!:n:nton competition for the Saloma Challenge Cup baa started here ami the result] of fixtures played <o far arc: D( wasa beat Parit Bimtar Malay Teachers 3—o; Belai A" beat Brlia "B", w.0.; Taiping Malay

Lam Sing To Play In HK [ARTICLE]

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Lam Sing To Play In HK HONG KONG, Nov. 3, (AFP, —Saigon's champion Chinese basketball team. Lam will play four or five 1 H ng Koi a m the latter part of N< t Lam S ng b now m Taiwan taking pan m Chiang Kai- hek f birthdajr celebrations

Kajang Soccer [ARTICLE]

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Kajang Soccer ka.jang. rue*. Younjjsterj an,i Indo-Ccylonese Sporta Club drew :{-:j n tdly suniT m.itrh pi ired nei c > ostei d «y.

Turpin In Court On Charge Of Striking Woman [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Turpin In Court On Charge Of Striking Woman new york. N ndolpli 1 iroifht boxing i npfon, w:». ptsttt 1 iv with Vrikmsj a Hi i chargt In C Mr C, •>• .i that the t* i*t« I -1 bf M I D Turpin W 1 n. Th I Turpin

ROYAL WEST KENTS' BAND SAVE THE DAY [ARTICLE]

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ROYAL WEST KENTS' BAND SAVE THE DAY YESTERDAY'S annual Poppy Day hockey betweei Civilians and Services was as dull as the weather. Only bright note came before the game and at hilt time when the colourful Koyal West Kents hand played a few lively marches. Civilians won the match. 4—o.

HARLEM CAGERS COMING [ARTICLE]

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HARLEM CAGERS COMING THE Harlem Cllobetrotters. world famed Aniorican professional basketballers will visit Singapore -for the serond tim P at the end of ihe year. Mr. Harry Hannin. promotion director arrived yesterday to make final irransements for the trotters six days' stay mi n the Colony from Dee 29 to

U.K. Rugby [ARTICLE]

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U.K. Rugby LONDON, Nov 3 (AP) 1 terday'j rugby union here re n lows: Northampton 22 Card if 1 fi!Jj ven tjr r X DuWk, hbbwvjle 14

Tsang Saves ACS From A Trouncing [ARTICLE]

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Tsang Saves ACS From A Trouncing IPOH, T loa red Ahn, id Hai m the 1 from a Th< against the run 1 I. oh Km Thong own un of th the legs of Malays' Aziz. This -Q.-^ til to act. on .n: shortly he- Ma on resumption an I

KL SCHOOLS SWEEP IN TANJONG MALIM [ARTICLE]

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KL SCHOOLS SWEEP IN TANJONG MALIM TAN I B 1

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