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Singapore Standard SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1956 14 PAGES 13 CENTS

POLICE WATCH ON SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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POLICE WATCH ON SOCCER VERITY GILL By TO CURB GANGSTERS AND HOOLIGANS SAFA Calls In Cops To Keep Game SAFE SINGAPORE Police Force will go into action to stamp out the ever increasing menace of hooliganism and gangsterism m Colony soccer. Police have asked the Singapore Amateur Football Association for

goo Strike Over oliday [ARTICLE]

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goo Strike Over oliday All Want Idcws Off m :.000 tin X > m the Fede- m strike over .M holidays. -i:v m ■:..nes thei ig In I I 1 I ised »*T

ere Must Not Be Vacuum [ARTICLE]

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ere Must Not Be Vacuum I das called rength fco vacuum BWt ftin's a U from I hand air bases on I win retain me a.i< anN said ad p- rcea could risk o( i on n In do oec :r.-

ll To Stop -Explosions [ARTICLE]

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ll To Stop -Explosions |8, J Renter) Johot- and v. rid Count called on >~ Britain n f count to <,top n a i nic weaj

OPERATION TO SAVE MALAY BOY 'SUCCESSFUL' [ARTICLE]

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OPERATION TO SAVE MALAY BOY 'SUCCESSFUL' SYDNEY, July 9 <UP> S' Vincents H spitaJ c\~c- [ought foi three hours afternoon to Improve E and increase the expectancy of a Malay On completion of the operation early on Monday evening St. Vincents superintendent. Dr. Eiidcson annooncedl the operation had been as

LAND MINE [ARTICLE]

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LAND MINE ONE Israeli soldier was wounded and a truck damaged last night when the vehicle struck a mine near Affula m Israel. U.P.

Hope You Make A Lot Of Money, Said Kidnappers [ARTICLE]

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Hope You Make A Lot Of Money, Said Kidnappers Towkay Tells Press Of Ordeal KIDNAPPERS apologised to multi-millionaire Mr. Ng Quee Gam for causing him inconvenience and expressed the hope that he would "prosper m his business and make a lot of money.'' The kidnappers said this bofore they freed

No 'Jus Soli'- No Merdeka, Say Malacca Guilds [ARTICLE]

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No 'Jus Soli No Merdeka, Say Malacca Guilds By GEORGE TAY MALACCA, M o n.— Representatives of more than 100 Chinese organizations m the Settlement resolved \esterday that they would demand the deferment of Merdeka if the principle of "jus soli" is not written into the constitution of an independent

July 18 Is Hari Raya Haji [ARTICLE]

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July 18 Is Hari Raya Haji KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The Federation Government announced today that all Muslims m the country will celebrate Hari Ray-- Haji this year on Wednesday July 18. Tuan Haji Mustapha Albakri, the Keeper of the Rulers' Seal, m a statement said the new moon for the

C'wealth Agreed On Japan's Status [ARTICLE]

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C' wealth Agreed On Japan's Status Let Her Join The U.N. LONDON. July 9 (Keuter)— Mr. Robert Menzies, Prime Minister of Australia, said here today that the Commonwealth Prime Ministers were unanimous m their wish to have Japan admitted to the United I Nations. He added that thrre were differences

40 DIE AS WORST EARTHQUAKE SINCE 1953 HITS GREECE [ARTICLE]

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40 DIE AS WORST EARTHQUAKE SINCE 1953 HITS GREECE ATHENS, July 9, (UP) A sharp earthquake spread disaster across two Greek islands today and stirred a dormant volcano into fiery eruption. At least 40 persons were officially reported killed. These included 30 on the Aegean Sea Island of Santorin. 150

BOAC Seeks Local Shares [ARTICLE]

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BOAC Seeks Local Shares A BRITISH Overseas Airways Corporation spokesmar m Singapore last night confirmed that negotiations art m progress between BOAC and the Straits Steamshii Company concerning the possible purchase by BOAC o: the Company's shares m Malayan Airways. The spokesman stressed however, that BOAC will noi have a

Gen. Templer Inspects Guard [ARTICLE]

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Gen. Templer Inspects Guard NICOSIA. Cyprus. July i (UP) Sir Gerald Templer Chief of the Imperial Genera Staff, today inspected a guarc of honour outside the British Middle fast headquarter here. There were no incident.' during the inspection which opened the second day ol Templer's inspection visit t( Cyprus.

Radioactive Rain In Indonesia? [ARTICLE]

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Radioactive Rain In Indonesia? JAKARTA. July 9 (Reuter) —A Ministry of Health team was today appointed to investigate a report by the Government-subsidised Antara News Agency from Palembang, South Sumatra, that an Indonesian is suffering from a skin disease "believed to have been caused by radioactive rain." The report said

U.N. REFUGEE OFFICER DIES [ARTICLE]

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U.N. REFUGEE OFFICER DIES UNITED Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, G. J. Van Heuven Goedhart. of the Netherlands, died of a heart attack while playing tennis on Sunday evening m Geneva, it was announced today. He was 55.— UP.

THEY REMEMBERED HIM IN TIME [ARTICLE]

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THEY REMEMBERED HIM IN TIME A SINGAPORE couple, who grabbed their sleeping children and fled when a fire broke out m a building m Upper Circular Road at midnight yesterday later realized that they had left one behind. The husband, Puah Eng Kuan, an electrician, dashed back to the top

Had Banned Newspaper So Borneo Kicks Him Out [ARTICLE]

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Had Banned Newspaper So Borneo Kicks Him Out JESSELTON, North Borneo, July 9 (Reuter) A Magistrate's Court at Kudat, near here, today sentenced a shopkroppr. Tv Peng Kee, to six months' rigorous imprisonment and fined him $500 for the illegal possession of banned literature. Another man Voo Heng Siew, convicted

US-PAKISTAN PROBLEMS [ARTICLE]

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US-PAKISTAN PROBLEMS UNITED States Vice-Presi-dent Mr. Richard Nixon said m Karachi yesterday that he had had two hours of "very concentrated discussion" with the Pakistan President and Members of the Pakistan Cabinet on problems of mutual concern to both countries. Reuter.

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80 From Kelantan Leave For Pesta [ARTICLE]

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80 From Kelantan Leave For Pesta KOTA BHARC. Mon.— The first of Kelantan's Pesta contingent has left for Kuala Lumpur. The zx n 'P cons^ s^ s nerformers oi Re-ana Be =ar (big drums), Dikir Barat and Wayang Ku it <:e- a batch wfll leave on J-.:*y Pbf Qiq convenience

Army Releases Soldier's Name [ARTICLE]

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Army Releases Soldier's Name KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The Arrr.y today revealed that the soldier who was killed In the successful battle against the Communist terrorists at Geylang Patah. Pontian Joh >re on Friday wa- prtrak J A. Purres, Fr: 1 fttc PuTvea was frnm Camber] B irrey, and belonged the

Dead-He Came To Life! [ARTICLE]

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Dead-He Came To Life! PENANG. Mon An assistant store clerk. Arurrv.:gim. who was certified dead a* the General Hospital alter falling down from a bus m •Dato Kramat Road a week ago. came back to life en being brought back to his house m Kampcnz Nyok Road and lived for

To Help Improve The Industry [ARTICLE]

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To Help Improve The Industry THREE of four British experts, who will study the future of research and development of the Federation rubber industry, arrived m Singapore yesterday by Qantas. They are Prof. G. E. Blackman (left) head of the Department of Agriculture, Oxford University; Dr. F.R. Tubbs. (centre) director

Defiant Families Give Way To Eviction Order [ARTICLE]

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Defiant Families Give Way To Eviction Order Homes Make Room For New Airport KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. —Eleven defiant Kampong Satu families finally submitted to an eviction order made by the Chief Minister m Council, and began themselves to demolish their homes to make way for the runway of the new

Malayan Airways To Get A New Ten-Year Lease [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Airways To Get A New Ten-Year Lease KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— The Governments of the Federation and Singapore have jointly decided to grant Malayan Airways Limited a fresh ten year contract when the current agreement expires m April next year. h f t As a condition for ren&war of the

Six Months' Jail Fo J.P. On Trust Charg BAIL AT $45,000 PENDING APPEAL [ARTICLE]

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Six Months' Jail Fo J.P. On Trust Charg BAIL AT $45,000 PENDING APPEAL PENANG, Mon.— Mohamed Yusoff Poshni, a carpet merchant and a Justice of the Peace was sentenced to six months' imprisonment by the Sessions Court today. He was convicted on a charge of criminal breach of trust of

Better Radio Listening [ARTICLE]

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Better Radio Listening -ACCA. Malaya here r j effi( iem ni Dep ifv Dire ing, Mi t« The Standard to i tal equipping I proving broad Pu! A sr* aside i ,to pro> i f Yt

Jothis Big Day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jothis Big Day THIS is Jothi, daugiit«r of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Chandra, who celebrated her second birthday at her home m Meyer Road, Singapore, last Thursday. Standardpic.

$23,000 Car For CM. Backed [ARTICLE]

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$23,000 Car For CM. Backed PENANG, Moo.— The Bagan Branch of the Province Wr lesley UMNO Youth movei at its executive committee meeting yesterday .supported the Federation Governments proposal to DUirhasc $23,0< 0 American limousine foe I c Chief Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman. Inche Abdul Shaikh Daud, In di b

Sardo Stress Unity [ARTICLE]

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Sardo Stress Unity and Teh bin Jub; nigh' the F. imporlar I i the cou! j othe: j I D pj to the I Club wh. bee i

MALAY TEACHERS OPPOSE RAZAK POLI [ARTICLE]

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MALAY TEACHERS OPPOSE RAZAK POLI KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Malay teachers m the Federation strongly oppose the Alliance policy to retain English. Kuo Yu and Tamil or. a par with Malay as the medium of instruction m the National Schools. In a memorandum submitted to the Minister for Education Dato Abdul

Poor Pol At Villa [ARTICLE]

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Poor Pol At Villa Then till Baling, y< Oi tora'r R. Wmrd me a A 4, Mi X: X }[t g Kr.:. Yeol S

Hertogh Echo: Union To Ask Freedom For 6 [ARTICLE]

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Hertogh Echo: Union To Ask Freedom For 6 THE Singapore Malay Union, at a special general meeting on Sunday, passed a resolution to appeal to the Governor. Sir Robert Black, for the release of six Muslims who are serving their sentences m connection with the Maria Hertogh case of 1950.

U.S. Stamps Society To Make Award [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Stamps Society To Make Award PEN AX G, Mon. —The International Relations Cotimittee of the American Philatelic Societv is making available the Society's award of distinction for the most distinguished entry m the philatelic exhibition to be held at. the St. Xavier's Institution Hall on Aug. 18 and 19.

Jailed For Rash Act [ARTICLE]

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Jailed For Rash Act KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Hong Kee Siew. 31. a lorryiiriver, was today jailed for a year for causing the death of a detective police constable Ong Huang Sang by a rash act, not amounting to culpable homicide, on April 14. Sessions Judge Mr. John Adams found Hong

Rustlers Ride Again [ARTICLE]

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Rustlers Ride Again PENANG. Mon. Catte rustling was reported to have broken out m Tassek Glugor m Province Wellesley North. A farmer m KamDong Permatang Lallang m Tassek Glugor complained that for two days m succession he found' four of his rows missing. He recovered ail of them later.

TAPPER WHO TURN RED GETS 8 YEAR [ARTICLE]

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TAPPER WHO TURN RED GETS 8 YEAR Wounded, He Escapes H\ ALOR STAR. Mon. Rubber tapp j who turned terrorist m South Kedah, WU w tenced by Mr. Justice Hill to eight years' jntpri when he pleaded guilty to a charge ot consort an unknown armed person on Jan. 26

Summ Set As [ARTICLE]

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Summ Set As MR fwti m the Singapon Hitf yestrrri.o mad? ■etttec isuv V T mons broucl owners of ih« Bum* IV writs *'•!>* the ships former J The a pi» b> Mr. W. o-'^l behalf <•■ Burma Go

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st CLASS RULE IN A THIRD ATE CITY' [ARTICLE]

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st CLASS RULE IN A THIRD ATE CITY' S rctary of I I First E.P.C. kiess speed tin p.h., (Beer, first I class i this tenant I a q rts Road, on Mar. Urn is q£ Roa l tr of an rr-^ine" id o\ ertakt i j n e a

(Freed Of Trespassing [ARTICLE]

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(Freed Of Trespassing iespassing aid R Pmra- j *r-old were I daj freed ol trespa with n -aged a A them withyt for th< lef encc I r- that M t had

Widow Wins $18,600 In Court Suit [ARTICLE]

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Widow Wins $18,600 In Court Suit n \h B- c a md h€i pesterdaj '-he Sinn :i claim a lorry Yang a tarthe H mile Road. that Ng tool narj lorry, driven Seng hhr. r Li i ■ri N g to be m re away, rered from haemorrhage tad died

Jaycees Get Ready For 'Operation' [ARTICLE]

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Jaycees Get Ready For 'Operation' THE combined Federation- Singapore sponsored Jaycee j team, with four trucks, reached Vietnam safely by ship on July 3. a spokesman N of the local Jaycees told The Standard yesterday. The >vven-man team consisting of dental surgeon Chin Tuck Chiew, hospital assistant V. M George

A Sail On The Lake [ARTICLE]

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A Sail On The Lake Minister T unk i An il < in eremoaj i on the take ol I ike Gardens, with accomr. \g gai -derated boats an i rafts, to a background of nial drums, when he ar: perI >ran the ofl b g >i 4 ne M

7 Fined For Gambling CHILDHOOD FRIENDS ARGUES COUNSEL [ARTICLE]

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7 Fined For Gambling CHILDHOOD FRIENDS ARGUES COUNSEL PATAIS (Mag »t< Court C. o. m try has punb b^cn a:: I I gambling I I irerc I I I I g Baharon Lan. private ners Chin I g Katn k Wai Lim B. v Om g, Saw B m Her.-.

NEW RULES FOR SEAMEN'S UNION [ARTICLE]

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NEW RULES FOR SEAMEN'S UNION I rHI ruka and constitution of the proposed I nited ■re -n N imon of Malaya which embodies a united ft front of over 10,000 men have been drafted. Cspt Mohammed Said bin E ias said ye-tordav that B€ representatives! ol the 'a Council of

Offer Of Cultural Assistance [ARTICLE]

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Offer Of Cultural Assistance THERE Is great de among Indonesian professors, writers and other officials to help Malaya In its cultural development. UngkU Abdul Aziz. Director-designate of the Federal ion Publications 1 B ;renu arid lecturer m the University of Malaya, said yesterday. Ungku Aziz and fnche Zainal Abidin Ahmad,

MISSION WON'T TALK POLITICS [ARTICLE]

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MISSION WON'T TALK POLITICS Trade Relations With Red China Is Principle Aim SINGAPORE and the Federation trade delegates have pledged that they will not be nvolved in politics whilst in Red China, declared the organizer of the Singapore mission, Mr. Tap Pheng Geek, yesterday. Mr. Yap met a representative of

SHOT AT POLICE [ARTICLE]

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SHOT AT POLICE A POLICE special squad was fired on by two terrorists m the Penan:* Country District yesterday. There were no casualties. A follow-up is m progress.

MALAY SHORT HAND CLASS [ARTICLE]

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MALAY SHORT HAND CLASS PENANG, Mon. The Education Department of the North Kedah UMNO plans to I a Malay shorthand class ;n A lor Star open to Malay? and non-Malays. Applications to join the class may be sent to the secretary of the North Kedah UMNO Education Donartmcnt. c/o •he

Union Elects Officials [ARTICLE]

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Union Elects Officials KUANTAN, Mon. At the second annual general meeting Of the National Union of Teachers, Pahang branch, held here yesterday the following were elected office-bearers: Chairman— Mr. E. P. E. Ananda: secretary Mr. S. Kandiah, treasurer Mr. Ten Yen Ens: committee: Messrs. Sohan Singh, K. Sinnathamhy, K. Purushothaman,

Case Of Mistaken Identity, Court Told [ARTICLE]

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Case Of Mistaken Identity, Court Told SINGAPORE firemen posed as a detective Police officer and raided ar attap hut m Geylang. a District Court was told yesterday Mohamed Shan IT bin Mohaxned All pleaded not guilty to a charge of posing as a detective at Geylang Road on May 8.

German Mouse Opened [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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German Mouse Opened l)K. H. U. GRANOW, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany, receives the Governor. Sir Robert Black on the occasion of the openin? of German House at First Avenue, Buk i t Timah Road, last night. Sir Robert m his address said he was sure that

Wife Didn't Know She Was No. 2 [ARTICLE]

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Wife Didn't Know She Was No. 2 Judge Grants Decree Nisi A YOUNG wife, Quay Kirn Yeok told a High Court judfrc m Singapore yesterday that when she got married, she never realised that her husband was already married and a father of two. She told Mr. Justice Whitton this

Lecturer Arriving [ARTICLE]

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Lecturer Arriving AN Al Azhar University lecturer, Sheikh Kamil Al Syed Shahin. will arrive m Malaya shortly to join the Muslim Collego m Klang. The College expects to take m about 40 to 50 students m October, raisin? the number of students to about 100. Preparatory clashes may be .started

Wed In KL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wed In KL MR. Chow Yoon Seny, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Chow Choong: Pitt and Miss Nffcow Kwee Lian eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ngeov Foo Kit who were ma Tied m Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. Standardpic.

WHARF UNION OFFICIALS [ARTICLE]

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WHARF UNION OFFICIALS AT the annual general meeting of the Singapore Harbour Beard Stevedore and Wharf Workers' Union. Mr. S. F.cngasamy was elected president. Other office-bearers elected for the year 1M56-1957 were: vice-president Mr. M. Abusali: gen. secretary Mr. S. Ignatius: assistant secretary Mr. V. Seethapathy: treasurer Mr. V. G.

SPORE MUSLIM WANTS TO END POLYGAMY [ARTICLE]

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SPORE MUSLIM WANTS TO END POLYGAMY A PROMINENT Singapore Muslim yesterday voiced his agreement with recommendations made by a Pakistan Commission on "Marriage and Family Laws" m that country with a view to end polygamy. Mr. Bashir Mallal, Secretary of the Singapore Muslim League, told The Standard yesterday that he

Lim To Take Up STC Unions Claims In London [ARTICLE]

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Lim To Take Up STC Unions Claims In London SINGAPORE'S Chief Minister, Mr. Lim Yew Hock, yesterday told the Traction Company Employees* Union that he would discuss its major claims with the Company's chairman, Sir Thomas Strangman, during his visit to London this month. Mr. Lim made this pledge after

Cooling-Off For Police Deserter [ARTICLE]

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Cooling-Off For Police Deserter KUALA LUMPUR, Moo. Bahari bin Shamsud i did not like to be a constab c He deserted the Com after sen ng few months m the Fed< Police De-pot. He took I bus ride at Kluang on June 26. It was a fateful one. for Detecti

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240 Unions In Malaya [ARTICLE]

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240 Unions In Malaya KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Paid-up membership m the Federation's 240 registered trade unions totalled 170,793 at the end of June, the Trade Unions Registry revealed today Five more new unions were registered m the first three months of the year, but there are still 4? pending registration.

RUBBER IMPORTS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER IMPORTS RUBBER of all grades imported into Singapore and the Federation of Malaya during June, totalled 23,000 tons.

MINERS DIDN'T STRIKE FOR WAGES [ARTICLE]

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MINERS DIDN'T STRIKE FOR WAGES Bosses Blame Union Leaders For Stoppage IPOH, Mon. The Malayan Mining Employers' Association, m a statement issued i today, said the strike of workmen at the Federation's tin mines on Sunday, July 8; was m no way m ''support of demands for higher wages or

FEEDING THE CHICKENS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FEEDING THE CHICKENS EIGHT If -FOUR Klang Convent girls, accompanied by their teachers visited Advanced Poultry Farm and Hatchery run by 7i year-old, Mr. Phang Hee and managed by his grandson, Mr. Phang Wing (inn, off the Ist mile, along Batu Tiga Road. Here some of the girLs try their

30,000 Govt. Staff Want Short Work Day [ARTICLE]

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3 0,000 Govt. Staff Want Short Work Day Tunku Gets Memo From Council KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— The Federation Government Services staff council representing: nearly 30,000 employees today informed the Chief Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman that it favoured introduction of the 8 a.m. 2 p.m. working day m all Government offices.

Strike Off But-Not For Good [ARTICLE]

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Strike Off But- Not For Good THE threatened strike by 2.500 employees or -the Singapore City Council scheduled to start this morning is temporarily of! pending negotiations between the workers and the Council on the dispute. Yesterday, leaders of the Electrical Workers 1 Union held discussions with the Council but

COUNCIL TO STUDY PLAN [ARTICLE]

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COUNCIL TO STUDY PLAN A CITY Councillor, Mr. V.K. Nair, yesterday said that the $5L'0.000-a-year saving plan recommended by efficiency experts of the Singapore City Council will come up for discussion at this month's meeting of the Council. The recommendations included a complete overhaul of the Registrar of Vehicles Department

Labourers May Take Lunches To Work [ARTICLE]

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Labourers May Take Lunches To Work IPOH. Mem.— The chairman of the Larut and Matang District War Executive Committee, Mr. I. D. Irvine today announced certain relaxations m the carrying of foodstuffs. In order to relieve population from some of the restrictions imposed under the Emergency Regulations, and m the

Poppy Day: 'Your Duty To Help' [ARTICLE]

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Poppy Day: 'Your Duty To Help' IT Ifi the duty of the people of Singapore to care for the dependents of those who made the supreme sacrifice m the two world wars. Lady Black, wife of the Governor said yesterday. Lady Black was speaking at the inaugural meeting of the

Plans For Dairy Co-op [ARTICLE]

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Plans For Dairy Co-op THE Singapore Government is considering a plan to form dairy co-operatives, Mr. M. J. Hcnnigan, veterinary officer (animal husbandry) said m a Radio Malaya broadcast last night. He said the plan was to meet the needs of cattle owners who were facing difficulty m finding grazing

STOPPED BUS & SAVED BOY [ARTICLE]

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STOPPED BUS SAVED BOY A PASSENGER .-topped a bus going along Rochore Canal Road yesterday and jumpen into the canal to save a boy from drown m 5. The passenger saw the boy 1 1-year-oid Lim Ah Chcok fall into the canal while playing.

Party Seeks Ban On Immigrants [ARTICLE]

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Party Seeks Ban On Immigrants IPOH, Mon. The PanMalayan Islamic Party is to ask the Reid Constitutional Commission to recommend the abolition of the "open door" policy, -and thus prevent immigrants from foreign lands coming into the country. This will be one of the re- commendations to be submitted by

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CLOSINCi rudhcr prices (cents per !b.) m Singapore yesterday) were: Buyers Sellers No 1 KSS Spot (nom.) Mi 90* July No. 1 RSS 90! Mi No. 2 RSS Bti! 871 No. 3 RSS 85] 86| Tone: Steady, quiet STOKL TIM The price or tin on the local market yesterday was

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PECTRAL FIGURE SEEN IN WEST COAST [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PECTRAL FIGURE SEEN IN WEST COAST HOUSEWIVES TERRORISED I Xl K!u\ Klan type har robt-d spectral IL ts spreading terror ■he hearts of young l |)!d m Kampong: l K.i»im. off Pasir fan:. Singapore. W appeared and flung at a group V washing i Ulage stand- 'attered and r homes

Okinawan Divers For N. Borneo [ARTICLE]

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Okinawan Divers For N. Borneo SANDAKAN, Mon Between 40 to 50 divers from Okinawa are expected to come to Sandakari m the next few months to work for the Ocean Pishing Company, a new Sandakan enterprise. A spokesman for the Company said that the Okinawans wil] dive for trochus and

Passes In Pharmacy [ARTICLE]

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Passes In Pharmacy FIVE Malayans have passed the Part II Examination for the Diploma In Pharmacy m Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy and Physiology, a University of Malaya release disclosed yesterday, They are Goh Siew Kee. Khoo Boon Inn. Mbs Peggy Khno Cheng Paik, Warren Tan Van Meng with distinction m

OO Jobs Found or Ex-Prisoners [ARTICLE]

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OO Jobs Found or Ex-Prisoners id For Long-Term Inmates I ME Singapore Social Welfare Department's itatknV scheme, started last year, has resulted ■n being found for <>\er 100 discharged prisoners, Ka\ Hal, Assistant Director (Probation), told The Standard yesterday. kWQ prison welfare ers recruited by the Department for this work

id Anyone See It? [ARTICLE]

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id Anyone See It? U v \ki> ci HM id by the Sinn Police yesterday I niation leading I the identity of the I i>\i ncr of a nit kr\o< ked killed Irisha uiit hrn Rudin. far |h< uni tion of i irjd Chans* >n can he 1 any police

Welfare Dept. To un Centre [ARTICLE]

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Welfare Dept. To un Centre L Rl ng Bahm r the residents cj -inriard I 1 I ran, aii of that when •v pa f t the there. ;th >te i ai Hoys* toW at

K EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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K EXCHANGE g x c Hongkong i to Bl M 834 to mm GoW

COLONY TO SEE THAI DANCES [ARTICLE]

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COLONY TO SEE THAI DANCES dances \i n m Singapore 11 arrive n Ltionconcert the Singapore the Boys i r Kenneth Toh. >cmtji Welfare Officer. Social Welfare Department, who i> chairman of the concert sub-committee, told The Standard yesterday that it Is hoped to raise $1,500. This money will be

MacG. Sends His Congrats [ARTICLE]

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MacG. Sends His Congrats KUALA LUMPUR Mon. High Commissioner Sir Donald MacGillivray today sent the Ist Battalion, the Queen's Royal Regiment. a telegram congratulations on their ess m killing five terro- m the Gelang Patah area of Johnre on Friday.

Airways Union Officials [ARTICLE]

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Airways Union Officials TUF following have been .Ho Poey Kee: Asst. Treasurer elected office-bearers of the I -Mr. Pang Chong Phoey. Mai ay an Airways Local i Committee members: Messrs. lJri\J^ rnion I S H. Alsagoff; Lim Joo Tong; zales; Hon. Treasurer— Mr. xMrs. C. Ricnaras.

Master Of Surgery [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Master Of Surgery 1 DR. B.H. SHEARES. j Professor of Midwifery J I and Gynaecology. Uni- versity of Malaya, yes- terday became the first 1. Malayan to be conferr- *ed with the degree of Master of Surgery the j highest degree for Sur- t, x geons. 2 Dr. Sheares. who

Charged With Suicide Bid [ARTICLE]

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Charged With Suicide Bid A GIRL, Cheons Yeok For, 16. pleaded guilty m a Singapore Court yesterday to a charge of attempting to commil suicide by drinking a solution of caustic soda, at Tcmpenis Road, on July 7. The case was postponed' to i July 16 pending further Police 1

Anti – Diphtheria Treatment Very Poor Response—Morrison [ARTICLE]

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Anti Diphtheria Treatment Very Poor Response Morrison THE City Health Officer, Dr. H. R. Morrison, yesterday said that response from Singapore parents for treatment against diphtheria was very poor. He said only I'D per cent of the Colony's children were Immunized against the disea.-e last year. "This ia not enough

OCTOPUS EGGS HATCHED AT AQUARIUM [ARTICLE]

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OCTOPUS EGGS HATCHED AT AQUARIUM The eggs °f the octopus at Van Klecf Aquarium have hatched, the Curator, Mr. A. Fraser-Brunner, toid The Standard yesterday. 4> We have now a number of young octopuses but whether we will be able to breed them is left to be seen," he said.

Boy's Death Was Mishap —Coroner [ARTICLE]

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Boy's Death Was Mishap —Coroner A MISADVENTURE verdict was recorded m a Singapore Coroner's Court yesterday on a schooboy. Istnai! bin Buang, 111, who was drowned m a pond at Coronation Road on May 27 this year. Ismail's step-brother. Shafil bin Hassan. 9, said he was playing with Ismail and

WILL SPEAK ON S'PORE [ARTICLE]

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WILL SPEAK ON S'PORE SINGAPORE'S Chief Minister. Mr. Lim Yew Hock, has received invitations from several public institutions m Britain to speak on Singapore's march towards freedom. Mr. Lim will be leaving for London early next week to attend the Commonwealth Labour Ministers Conference.

RECITAL BY SINGER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RECITAL BY SINGER RITA VANT GROENEWOUT who will sing the great Contralto Aria "Che Faro" at the Musical Society's popular "Prom" on July 17. Rita studied with the great Bass and Bach singer Ravelliand. After completing her training she performed m several Bach. Handel and Bruckner oratorios throughout Holland. Although

Court Binds Over 2 Women Shop-Lifters [ARTICLE]

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Court Binds Over 2 Women Shop-Lifters They Walked Into A Shop Empty-Handed-And Walked Out With Five Gold Rings TWO attractive for six months by the Si women shop-lifters were yesterday bound over ngapore Fifth Magistrate, Mr. Dennis D'Cotta. Two weeks ago when the two women pleaded guilty to a charge

Govt. Told To Keep Promise [ARTICLE]

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Govt. Told To Keep Promise The President of the Federation of Boys' Club, Mr. Lim Choon Mong. yesterday urged the Singapore Government to keep its promise m giving the Federation additional grants. He said the Federation had drawn ud a scheme to train club leaders and other specialists m various

DENTIST'S DEGREE [ARTICLE]

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DENTIST'S DEGREE MR. Lee Ek Chon?. Dental Surgeon of the Singapore General Hospital, yesterday became the first Malayan lo receive the degree of Master of Dental Surgery from the University of Malaya.

$-$-$-$ MORE MONEY AROUND [ARTICLE]

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MORE MONEY AROUND GROSS circulation of currency notes at the end of last year amounted to $950.34 million, a rise of $144.8 million over the figure at the end of 1954, according to the Report of the Commissioners of Currency, Malaya and British Borneo, for 1955. The increase was due

Pirate Taxi Operator Fined $500 [ARTICLE]

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Pirate Taxi Operator Fined $500 TWO vehicle inspectors trailed a pirate taxi for eighl miles before they detained the driver, the Singapore City Court was told yesterday. The two inspectors were witnesses m a case against Low Soo Kwang. charged with unlawfully plying his car for hire, at Kirn Seng

Fox Film Man On Study Tour [ARTICLE]

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Fox Film Man On Study Tour SAXDAKAN, Mon.-Mr. V. S. Padbidri, managing director for 20th Century Fox Pictures m Asia, has arrived m Sanriakan from Tawau. Mr. Padbidri is on a two-week study tour of the British Borneo territories. He has already visited Kuching, Sibu, Kuala Belait, Brunei and Seria.

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Singapore Standard [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Standard A Malayan Festival HpffTS week-end thousands of Malayans will flock 4 o the Lake Gardens at Kuala Lumpur to Witness traditional Malay dances, plays and games as listen to old-time Malay melodies. To those past the half century mark, who had spent their early days m rural areas

Watch These Moves... [ARTICLE]

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Watch These Moves... 'JHE mentality of those, who make pit ton nous claims to be the champions of the doctrines and ideo:. 4:os proclaimed by the original Hinders of Coir. :r.;;n ism. whether they make themselves heard from behind the walls of the iron curtain or from public platforms m

THE COMMUNIST TRADE DRIVE [ARTICLE]

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THE COMMUNIST TRADE DRIVE OBSERVER Foreign News Service Special j THE trade offensive by the Soviet bloc which has accompanied Moscow's challenge to Western diplomatic influence m the Middle East has produced its biggest bonus m Egypt. Egyptian exports to the Soviet bloc increased from £19.500,000 m 1954 to £36.--900,000

Russian Trade with the Middle East From: ROBERT STEPHENS, in Cairo [ARTICLE]

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Russian Trade with the Middle East From: ROBERT STEPHENS, in Cairo 14 per cent, m the previous year. But while Egypt's imports from the Soviet bloc ro.se from i: 9.400.000 m 1954 to £12.500.000 last year, they still accounted for less than seven per cent, of her total imports. Iron

THE NEWS AS IT STRIKES ME [ARTICLE]

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THE NEWS AS IT STRIKES ME ASTER GUNASEKERA COBER thinking is one of the consequences of the abortive Merdcka taJks m London. This accounts for the shock most people got yesterday on reading reports of the annual conference of the People's Action Party. It must have required a great effort

THE WORRY FOR THE WE [ARTICLE]

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THE WORRY FOR THE WE From SUSAN STRANGE, .n od P. O' DONOVAN m Wcsh-M ALTHOUGH So zVtrade I the outside ■xn; id increased by H rr cent, lad Q and Ajneri m tee thii i a shadow > f thinci Id c i rather hurtful <~u: rent c mpetition.

THE STEAM-ROLLER IN ASIA [ARTICLE]

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THE STEAM-ROLLER IN ASIA provid;r.g much-needed capita] goods, m return for a surplus of primary produce that is hard to dispose of, is considerably more popular than American offers of consumer goods and competing farm surplus. There are comparatively few countries where Russ:a c >uid follow ihe pattern of her

We the PEOPLE [ARTICLE]

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We the PEOPLE Something's Wrong Somewhere 1 Sir; Has the City 2 Town Cleansing Depart- ment gone mad or the Traffic Police struck blind? I am referring to the white line at Koek 1 Road and the hawkers' stalls found there m 1> the night! Be it night or day.

RUSSIA DELIVERS THE GOODS [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA DELIVERS THE GOODS From JONATHAN SWAYNE In New Delhi \T *.he Indian Industrie! Fair this year, the Urz r ~t ever held m A>ia. the Ru-sian Pavilion dwarfed the modest Br/!>h effort, but lone Westei q businessmen scoffed "Russia will have to do move than that if she hopes

Footnote Fro An Old Han [ARTICLE]

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Footnote Fro An Old Han DR. HJALMAR i beta and s I ■.<■• COP' R

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kinawa Protest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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kinawa Protest U.P. I\!MUHY 60 rei of Okinawan it, J.ipan denion- i nf lh>' Xnirrirn Tokyo m -t the price n> .m Okina\o staßcd debefore the t .Mini>try, lers official liberal > i hp.uiquar>ne was inured were made.

NEWSBRIEFS [ARTICLE]

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NEWSBRIEFS >7 DISSER FOR THREE IIMI1S France, iul> 9 I \P t v s carrying a and their two witnesses Irani the linnet ran into .1 tret near hrre nn Saturday ing the 20-year-old bridegroom and hvo witI»* y old bride, littoA, had boih k i md w i> taken

Don't Kid Yourself, Russia Still Leads, Yanks Told [ARTICLE]

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Don't Kid Yourself, Russia Still Leads, Yanks Told BFRLIN. July 9 (IP)— The East German Communist Party said yesterday the Soviet I nion will continue to lead the international Communist movement despite the 'serious and unforgivable mistakes" of Stalin. The party's Politburo said "American Imperialism" was "deluding" itself it" i*

Britons Queue Up For Jobs [ARTICLE]

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Britons Queue Up For Jobs Union Leaders Threaten Mass Strike BUT EDEN AND COMPANY ARE STILL OPTIMISTIC LONDON, July 9 (AP) Long lines of jobless workers formed outside labour employment exchanges this past week m Britain's auto manufacturing centres. The queues m the centres of Birmingham. Oxford and Coventry were

Reds Seek New Poznan S'goats [ARTICLE]

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Reds Seek New Poznan S 'goats Estimated 3,000 Arrested BERLIN, July 9 (UP) Polish Communists yesterday sought new scapegoats m riot-torn Poznan. A joint party-government commission tracked cown workers who led the "bread and freedom" uprising and Communists whose "mistakes" caused the revolt. The investigation into the uprising went on

Couple ( Out For A ) Sunday Drive Die In Ambush [ARTICLE]

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Couple Out For A Sunday Drive Die In Ambush NICOSIA. July 9 (UP) Cypr'ot extremists ambushed a British couple out for a Sunday drive yesterday and killed both of them m a bail of shotgun and automatic weapons fire. The man -and his wife were driving toward the coast for

They Seek Knowledge In The US [ARTICLE]

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They Seek Knowledge In The US NEW YORK. July 9 (L'P) There were 43,309 citizens of other countries m the United States tor educational purposes m the school year 1955-56, Of these. 36,494 were students, H. 044 doctors and ?t2 tea hers anC researchers. The largest sroup. 13,301, came from

New Move On Cyprus? [ARTICLE]

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New Move On Cyprus? LONDON. July 9 (AP) Prime Minister Sir Anthony Erien rai lee three of hi* eiibjnet members into conference at his rou.pt ry home last night amid reports a new move is near on the question of Cyprus. Summoned were Colonial Secretary Alan Lennox-Boyd. Foreign Secretary Selwyn

BOMBARDMENT [ARTICLE]

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BOMBARDMENT ONE woman was killed and five persons were injured last Saturday when Nationalist Chinese" art il. cry on Quernoy island bombarded Howpao village on Hsiaotenfi Island off Fukien Province.- A. P.

Shopkeepers Crusade [ARTICLE]

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Shopkeepers Crusade SAINT CERE, France, July R (UP>— Pierre Poujade announced yesterday be will take his anti-tax movement into a fresh crusade against French tax-collectors. The 34-year-old Poujade whose movement of shopkeepers won 51 National Assembly scats m the general elections on Jan, 2, ordered his followers throughout the country

Princess At Colourful Tattoo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Princess At Colour ful Tattoo U.P. PRINCESS Margaret (right) wearing a striped dress with flared skirt and stole to match is received by Lady Mountbatten a s she arrives at the White City Stadium to watch the opening performance of the Searchlight Tattoo. Looking on from right is Earl Mountbatten.

BANDA HAD TO SNEAK OUT OF AIRPORT [ARTICLE]

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BANDA HAD TO SNEAK OUT OF AIRPORT LOXDOX. July 9, (UP) Ceylon's Pr\ne Minister Solomon Bandara^aike slipped past a crowd of demonstrators to board a home-bound plane at London airport last night. Bandaranaike was forced to .say his official goodbyes m a airlines office rather than an impressive lounge as

HATOYAMA LEADS [ARTICLE]

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HATOYAMA LEADS PRIME Minister Ichiro Ha toyama's Libem! Democrats look a commanding lead n early return? of Saturday's election for 127 members to the Upper House of Japan's Parliament. UP.

Franco Urged: StopPersecution [ARTICLE]

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Franco Urged: StopPersecution MADRID. July 9 (UP)— Four prominent evangelical churchmen announced yesterday they have asked Chief of State Francisco Franco to end what They called persecution of Spain's 20.000 to 30,000 Protestant?. Franco so far has taken no notice of the appeal, which asked him to assure Protcs tants

A MOTHER'S ANGUISH WAITING, WAITING FOR KIDNAPPED BABY [ARTICLE]

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A MOTHER'S ANGUISH WAITING, WAITING FOR KIDNAPPED BABY WKSTBURY. Nfw York, July 9 (AP) Mrs. Morris Weinberger, her fare hagrard with grief. la.«.t ni^ht appealed for the second night m a row for the kidnapper of her baby to make some move to return the child or get m touch

HIT AND RUN REBELS KILL MORE [ARTICLE]

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HIT AND RUN REBELS KILL MORE ALGIERS. July 9 (UP). Algeria's rebellion yesterday took a toll of 35 lives m small scattered! actions across the countryside. It was characteristic of the new phase which the 20--month-old reoeUion is entering. Much of the rebel action is In the cities where hit

Handwriting May Show Your State Of Mind [ARTICLE]

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Handwriting May Show Your State Of Mind BUENOS AIRES. July 9 fßeuter 1 Bttldy fOttt handwriting ana according to an Argentine p j eh« l< gist you may make tl B following discoveries ab ifl yoorseU If you cross y>ur TTs* v. th a downward stroke j a may be

Steel Strike: No Sign Of End [ARTICLE]

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Steel Strike: No Sign Of End PITTSBURGH. July 0 <AP> Some 650.00(1 stec! wort and an estimated 50.000 m allied Industries watched the steel strike drone Into 11 second week with economy losses snowballing aerosi the nation. There Is no early s:;:n of settlement. Further steel peace talks most likely

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Fashion Show Of Bad Styles BERLIN. July 9 (UP) East German Communists have held a new type of fashion show an exhibition of bad styles. Attendance at the show was rompu^nry for employees of the "Progress Men's Clothing F^'tory." The employees had to sit and watch customers model clothes they

NIGHT STORM BRINGS CHAOS TO LONDON Rail & Roads Flooded [ARTICLE]

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NIGHT STORM BRINGS CHAOS TO LONDON Rail Roads Flooded LONDON. July 9 (Kcuter) Violent thunderstorm^ brought chaos to London during the morning rush-hour today flooding underground railway stations, overland rail tracks and main roads. 1 Thousands ol people living In the suburbs strugg eel to i < as best they

Makarios For London Report [ARTICLE]

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Makarios For London Report NICOSIA, Ju:v 9 (Renter] pri Or- v seklj k ros and Kypriaki. t rted that the Briti h gov< ran* nt v. 10 ":n the near future" trans! r .bishop Makai from t): B uea I i Lonfor the pui f c n- m d gotiations

SEX IS BRITONS' TOP SUNDAY READING [ARTICLE]

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SEX IS BRITONS' TOP SUNDAY READING The Papers Are Full Of It LOXDON, July 9 (UF) Britain's lively Sunday Press gave sex a run for its money yesterday. The mass circulation "News of the World" front-paged these stones, "The Convent girl's revenge," '"Her Nightmare Drive at Knifepoint." "Bridgerooms Van- T-.o

GUN DUEL [ARTICLE]

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GUN DUEL INDIAN Army patrols killed sis N iga re In a g m duel tside Kosima, if was aisc 3 c I yester lay< U.P.

New 200-Room Hotel Is For Nudists Only [ARTICLE]

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New 200-Room Hotel Is For Nudists Only LL.\KNiBLhU. New JCI.-ev y 9 (AP)— When you r. r p to Reed Suplee's new 200-room hotel here you won't need any luggage. It's tor nudists only. Suplee, president of *.he American Sunbathing Association, says further the hotel, aq miles from New York,

'US Tried To Control Malaya' [ARTICLE]

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'US Tried To Control Malaya' THE MAJOR PROBLEM IN CONDUCT OF PACIFIC WAR' Britain Rejected Second Fiddle' Plan —Official Account LONDON, July 9 (Reuter) Sir Winston Churchill, m a 1944 memorandum to service chiefs, disclosed here today, said that a decision to act as a subsidiary force under the Americans

4,000 Protest Poznan 'Murders' [ARTICLE]

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4,000 Protest Poznan 'Murders' MELBOURXE, July 9. (UP) Some -4.000 refui.ee; from Communist countries m Europe met m Australia last ni*hl to protest the "murders" of Polish rioters m Poznan, One group of 3,000, meeting here i:ndcr the auspice.- of a dissident Laoounte faction, urged British Commonwealth authorities to try

Angry Man Bites Dog [ARTICLE]

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Angry Man Bites Dog FRANKFURT. July 9 (Router) The "man-bites-dog" story has come true. The owner of a Frankfurt beerhall told Jocal reporters today his guests were witnesses when, two nights ago, a man, who drank too much whisky and too little soda, bit the owner's dog, Bilo. The man

Doctors Snatch A Few Puffs Of Smoke [ARTICLE]

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Doctors Snatch A Few Puffs Of Smoke BRIGHTON, EnglanC, July. 9, (Reutcr) Gum-chewing fidgety doctors grasped at a loophole m the no-smoking rule at their national conference here today to snatch a few hasty puffs of their cigarettes. Uproar followed. Non smokers protested angrily, cemanding a vote and promptly endec'

Hatoyan Wins Pol Loses Go [ARTICLE]

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Hatoyan Wins Pol Loses Go TOKYO H Prim* Mir 1 r House ol P*« m Bund ed lo>. :n ?^B IS m m writ- a spon- M Incon I§ 1 p Him tion i L 959. |^_i Bui B i set wind up rJJ and D tin a clan aiC

Govt. Sti For Hanging [ARTICLE]

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Govt. Sti For Hanging LONDON The 1: f L In 1 di at Bi a r jj Comrn I I I Kilmuii M cv bat< b

AREN'T THEY CUTE? THE SWIMSUITS, THAT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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AREN'T THEY CUTE? THE SWIMSUITS, THAT I OUR Parisian mannequins present thr now bathing costumes colh game." "Roitelet" worn by Aiming i;> made of moss and fathered "Lavandiere" is augmented by black a;id pink diamond shapes and »n M tina. "Coucou," printed elastic popeline is shown by Colette Awears the

9 Girls With One Dream A Hollywood Contract [ARTICLE]

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9 Girls With One Dream A Hollywood Contract NEW YORK July 9 (AP) X.r inten ti oa] beauties landed m .\o -v York yester- ith visions of I contracts, and after three hours of posing on a hotel terra c they were beginning lo wonder if it was rth it

450 MURDERS IN 3 MONTHS [ARTICLE]

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450 MURDERS IN 3 MONTHS ROME. July 9 (Router) There were 450 murders m Italy m the first three months of this year. 23 more than m the same period Last year, according to official figures Issued today. There were 897 cases Of armed robbery, kidnapping and extortion. L5O more

3 Airmen Bale Out [ARTICLE]

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3 Airmen Bale Out TOKYO. July 9 (Router* The United Btates Air force here today announced pilots of two F-86-D jet fighters radioed their ba.se m Centrai Japan and said they were lo.st m heavy rain and were baling out alter heading their aircraft towards the open sea. Another Jet

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BRAVO To these Courageous 3, They Smash the ETERNAL TRIANGLE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BRAVO To these Courageous 3, They Smash the ETERNAL TRIANGLE LONDON. in and two young women each a i h iman triangle— sat together round do VVe won't rum our live- ided to let their heads rule thei* a divorce and you can I marry the girl." ever to Arthur

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Son of Sheik woos Model [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Son of Sheik woos Model BY VICTOR SIMS LONDON. Y BOOKMAKER is weighing up the odd on his daughter marrying into a totally reputed to be worth £70.000,000. THE BOOKMAKER is Mr, Albert Tatman, of St Mary's avenue. Wans'lCad. Essex, HIS DAIGHTER is lovely, blende, eighteen-year-old model and showgirl Cherie

Following The Sun [ARTICLE]

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Following The Sun I HAVE always wanted to 1 lire m the tun" Mid a former mayor of Ihretoid He has designed n moling four-roomed house which follows the sun at the press of a button. \IOTORISTS have comI" plained that m Continental wages the cost of air for tyres

The Race Is On! YOUTH TAKES THE HELM FOR 750-MILE TEST [ARTICLE]

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The Race Is On! YOUTH TAKES THE HELM FOR 750-MILE TEST Alwynne Taylor by i LONDON. I FOREST of masts, acres of billowing sails, and the singing of sea shanties coming J across the quiet waters J of the River Dart would J have been the scene m J the

Trouble at Covent Gardens [ARTICLE]

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Trou ble at Coven t Gardens from JOHN HALKIN LONDON HHROUBLr: at Covent Garden. I But of course there's always trouble at Covent Garden. There's always some-one who says that Covent Garden gets too much money and produces too few results. There are always complaints that the home of English

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INDARD'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE s Ward xA hospital perhaps fcCROSfI 8. Affirmative bird recently reality r) os h€ g0 hy way of a:: Absurdities (7) \Vhbk,\ al! nonsense t9» Stock-jobbing <8» add to extreme m«irn--20 M »hammedan sword (7) This includes the I •<'- sensitive plant < fl ■^4 Mr Jones

GEOLOGISTS HOLD TALKS IN TOKYO [ARTICLE]

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GEOLOGISTS HOLD TALKS IN TOKYO FIFTY geologists from Malaya and other countries attended an E. C. A. F. E. meeting m Tokyo recently for the preparation of a regional geological map for Asia and the Far East. Delegates included directors of. geological surveys of Burma, China, India, Indonesia, Japan. Korea.

TRADE MISSION CAMBODIA, S. VIETNAM [ARTICLE]

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TRADE MISSION CAMBODIA, S. VIETNAM AN unofficial Singapore trade mission will visit Cambodia and South Vietnam shortly, the Assistant Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Mr. H. M. Bullard, told The Standard yesterday. The mission would comprise represenUtiv* from the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Comm< and the Singapore Indian Chamber

S'PORE FIRM CELEBRATES [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE FIRM CELEBRATES DALE, Marden Co. Ltd., Singapore, recently celebrated their third anniversary with a dinner at the Cathay Restaurant. Staridardpic shows (from left): Mrs. Lim Scow Beng; Mr. J. Milliken, Mrs. G. Prichett; Mr. E. G. Dale; Miss Dolly Linn: Mr. Alex F. Meyers; Miss L\ly Ho Hon Ying:'Mr.

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NATURALISATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN L that the following persons whose names and addresses are given below are applying to the Governor for naturalisation and that any person who knows any reason why naturalisation should not be granted should send a written and signed statement of the facts to the

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Happy-Hunting Ground FOR EARRINGS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Happy- Hunting Ground FOR EARRINGS WINDOW SHOPPING WITH TERRY PILLAY A p!! I am a girl who loves earrings. As other girls collect scarves, brooches, or boy-friends, I collect .EARRINGS, and Singapore is a happy-hunting ground for any girl who thinks the way I do. In Genoa, on my journey

Ooo...la la...LINGERIE! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ooo...la la... LINGERIE! \^HY js it that with American and English styles, one refer to them as "underwear" bur "I iKJ W rcDir^° rt l, fr m the f ir lQnd of France fhe V are indubitably, definitely, undeniably i-7 n-r .0W P crsonal| y' 'am not inclined to go

Pat Drake's Information Counter [ARTICLE]

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Pat Drake's Information Counter E.J.. who describes h< OS "a bit of a dumb-bell" writes to ask two questions "Please can yon give me a recipe for Apple Crumble" and "What it i to wash a black taffeta and lace underskirt?" To make Apple Crumble, these ingredients are needed: 1

FOOD NEWS Mm...salad! [ARTICLE]

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FOOD NEWS Mm...salad! GAYNOR MADDOX NEA BY Staff Writer FOR that large bowl of mixed spring greens make this special salad dressing. It contains onehalf teaspoon of pure monoso dium glutamate which accents flavors miraculously. Walnut French Dressing (Makes one cup dressing) In a screw-top jar place 3 cup salad

THE STARS AND YOU [ARTICLE]

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THE STARS AND YOU dadadhakdhakd r p Ol> AY'S tjl ill l io\ < J_ "Knowledge ewes, but 2 wisdom lingers." Tea- 2 nyson. I 5 n i-o for i\lin IS ONE: Prioi I 10 n and i Eter S m coin uses the 1 mosi favourable portions of j

Nurses Nee^ Worry At [ARTICLE]

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Nurses Nee^ Worry At NEW YORK J^URSES don't run 'f\ much risk otf catcl ing fatal disease fro-;. 'Sj patients, according to i Klfsi new American g1 "^wl Far more nurses die h violent causer inciud- N* ing motor accidents an '*S overdoses of sic pills and from car. >

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-HOME TA yOT dont have wait !<< or a week on the beach Is gd Do it quickly and con a new sun reflector, that's m Twenty to thirty minutes, I the time you need You simp/ you m the garden ,ir an o, it reflect the sun on t

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JET-POWERED BOATS AND CARS IN FUTURE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JET-POWERED BOATS AND CARS IN FUTURE Donald Campbell Predicts: ||j Htdboat ace, 35-year-old Donald Campg, Mb.2 miles per hour world record m his m i i evolutionary hydroplane at Lake Mead, hL >' America recently. Iti >(Mtin; Urn rrrorrl, Donald Campbell used stock Mobiloil »nd Mobilfas-torbine. \fi«r the rtnord run.

COCKELL QUITS [ARTICLE]

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COCKELL QUITS LONDON, J i v 9 (AP) D C British heavj weight npion. said yesterd be decided to giva up his title retire. i Boxing Board of Coni bad tiled a n eeti lg lei Coc future his second :d knockout m a non-1 P bout twc m otha

IT'S THE THINKERS WHO WALK SUPREME IN TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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IT'S THE THINKERS WHO WALK SUPREME IN TENNIS The Serve Valley HViwnbledan SAYS BAN MASKELM. THE names of the winners of this year's Wimbledon Titles will be recorded for all time and for all to see. But what will be remembered of the play? 1 certainly agree with the general

Washbrook A Surprise Choice For Test [ARTICLE]

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Washbrook A Surprise Choice For Test MANCHESTER. July 9 (Reuter)— Cyril Washbrook, the 41-year-old Lancashire captain and member of the England Test Selection Committee, who was a surprise choice among 12 players named yesterday for the third Test against Australia, said at his home near her: "I am coming back

Junior Badminton Doubles [ARTICLE]

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Junior Badminton Doubles THE Singapore Badminton Association's men'? junior doubles championships first round ties to be played off at the SBA Hall tomorrow night are: Court No. 3 (7.00 p.m.): Othman Karim A. Shazafi vs Noor Salleh Ang Kiat V. N. Vasudev G. P Chandran vs A. ran Chqng Khay

VEHICLE FOR SALE [ARTICLE]

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TUITION [ARTICLE]

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TUITION ITS FUN LEARNING a lan--1 guage by Lingua phone. At home m leisure time quickly easily master French, English. Chinese Spanish German, Russian 29 languages by Linguaphone Worlds Standard Conversational Method. You listen, you hear men and women speak you understand, you speak. Save time, money. Gain job. school,

MISCELLANEOUS [ARTICLE]

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MISCELLANEOUS MIRROR OF THE FATE: Dr not miss the Golden opportunity of paying a visit to the world renowned Spiritual Astrologer Prof. M. S Sardai Guan Guan Hotel Room 4. 7ft Jalan Bcsar. Phone XXXXX Singapore,

Easy Win For KML [ARTICLE]

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Easy Win For KML KADAYANALLUR Muslim League trounced Jolliiads Athletic Union by five goals to one m the SAFA Div. 3A league at m. Georges Road yesterCI o r Outstanding player for the winners was Jailanc who not only netted iwo goals for Kada>ana,lur but was also responslmfJ'; r eo™

SJC OFFICIALS [ARTICLE]

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SJC OFFICIALS SINGAPORE Judo Club officebearers ;or the year: President: Mr. x. F Konc-Vice-Presirient: Mr. Kg j{)& P?v2 n Y s^retarv Mr. Chua Ph3 c ang; Assistant Secretary: Bar. Benie Ho; Treasurer: Mr Urn Lian Siong; Committee Members: Mrs. M. MacVitie. Miss Moira C. Markov. Mr. C X' Kut. Mr.

An Even Busier Programme For The SBDAFA [ARTICLE]

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An Even Busier Programme For The SBDAFA By DONALD NEWS Singapore Base District AFA have been busy this week with Cup ties, but they will be even busier m this direction within the next few weeks as the final of the Parker Cup, the semi-fin»* of the Junior Cup and

HOW THEY STAND [ARTICLE]

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League Programme [ARTICLE]

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League Programme The league programme tor next week is:— Hi July 56 MOB Division 11 MM GHQ S:g Refit v 32 Coy RAMC SSM Armstrong D:st Sic Regt v MBTC Sgt Muldowney 443 BAD v 30 Bn RAOC 'B* Sgt Balbahudur Suba 11 July ">H MOB Division 1 30 Bn

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CLASSIFIED ADS DEATH MRS Tong Takin (Madam Sh,a Lai Peng) pasted av^-ay m Ipoh 1/7/56 B-jr:al will take place at Chinese Cemetery Bellamy Road Kuala Lumpur at 2 pm. on Tuesaay SITUATIONS VACANT fTACANCY FOP rows Council Clerk at Slim Village nileq. Ail applicant thanked SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC APPLICATIONS are invited

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Abner By A/ Capp -^pc-^T v V WIF WND? AN' LIKEWISE W/ND, The CCwrmER/xrt: tump's mthaS, V_ 'LJV{U\ >'N VOGAMSO/r-VOWAS j CAVALfiV RODE O'ER *E CLARK s ■/i^' v (IN r HEM PITCHERSi > AMD W*tOGAM&Cf /STABLPy v .o'^V \V«A N'" MOp- VEDA AJ A£>£ n,'A7 HOl IVWOOD'S lley Oop

So What, So Sorry Back To Best Form [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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So What, So Sorry Back To Best Form Chow Kuan Yee made progress since his re- 1 cent efforts at the Derby meeting when second to; Byzantium and fourth to Rao Rajah over nine and l.i miles. Newcomer Triatie and Determination did a sold three furlongs run m 40 sec,

Sudden Choice In Impressive 3F. Workout [ARTICLE]

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Sudden Choice In Impressive 3F. Workout By WINDSOR LAI) SO WHAT, a candidate' from the Donnelly stable, and trainer Hobbs' SO SORRY are both running back It their best form. 1 They shaped like winners on the Bukit Timah track yesterday when worked separately. So What, with young Baxter up.

Rough Play On Wa Out [ARTICLE]

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Rough Play On Wa Out ACTION AT LAST IN an effort to stamp out rough play m Colony soccer, as urged by THE STANDARD, the Singapore Amateur Football Association has decided to take drastic steps to deal with players guilty of misconduct on the field of play. At its monthly

Unsatisfactory [ARTICLE]

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Unsatisfactory With thi> m vie.v it is suggested that a circular letter be sent to all affiliated clubs and associations clawing their atten-

BILL FUNK Say [ARTICLE]

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BILL FUNK Say BOUQUET Fa SAFA 'BARON IT is good to know that the Football Association is making an i referees and footballers the prote< < J',' !"'"l from hooligans at Farrer Park. It is also good to krv decided to take drastic trw I found guilty of misconduct on

Sportscope Ooi Says Its [ARTICLE]

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Sportscope Ooi Says Its A Question Of Expenses Not Leave THE Penang singles and doubles badminton champion, Ooi Teik Hock, yesterday refuted a report that he was unable to get leave to participate m the Mala van Badminton championships at Singapore during the August bank holidays. Ooi. who represented Malaya

Strong Foreign Badminton Challenge [ARTICLE]

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Strong Foreign Badminton Challenge MALAYA N badminton players can expect a strong foreign challenge at the Selangor Badminton Association annual international champ onships scheduled to take place at Kuala Lumpur from July 27 to July 30. In addition to the five Indian Thomas Cuppers invited by the SBA namely, Nandu

Edwardians Beat SCC [ARTICLE]

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Edwardians Beat SCC PRINCE Edward Boy^ Club beat Singapore Cricket Club by five goals to one m a friendly soccer match on the patiar.g yesterday. Ed\v;rd;ans led 2-0 at half time Ahmad Sitri (31 and Yuen Chee 1 f° r Prince Edward c Club's only goal was scored by Palmer.

KESENIAN 6-1 [ARTICLE]

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KESENIAN 6-1 BADAX tCesenian scored a con\-mcin£ victory W nen they beat Boys' Town d t- six goals to one m a SAFA Div. 3A league at Balestier Road yesterday.

SAINTS WIN [ARTICLE]

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SAINTS WIN <\ halt century by Sundara.i helped St. Andrew* School to beat St. Patricks School by one wicket and 58 runs m their in-ter-school cricket fixture at Katong yesterday.

KESAVAN OUT TO TAKE 2 EVENTS [ARTICLE]

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KESAVAN OUT TO TAKE 2 EVENTS THE Inter-Schools athletic meet which commences today at the Jalan Besar Stadium should provide some keen finishes m the sprints. The heats will be run today and the finals tomorrow. As it is always the case the 100 yards event always pro-, vides lots

EASTERNITES EDGE ALL-S'PORE IN THRILL [ARTICLE]

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EASTERNITES EDGE ALL-S'PORE IN THRILL r ByKEN :1 ALL Singapore went down by one goal to nil. to the Eastern Athletic Association, the league and cup champions of Hongkong, in a keenly contested soccer match before a crowd of 7,686 spectators at Jalan Bc»ar Stadium last night. Plaving delightful, constructive

Today Sport [ARTICLE]

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Today Sport sc G r Pad Brdok SC CV I i Second School Spo

ROVERS [ARTICLE]

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ROVERS R Geyi I J

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