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THE SUNDAY TIMES in No. 1301. SUNDAY, JULY 11, 1960 20 CENTS

BACK 70 NORMAL – Official [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BACK 70 NORMAL Official Special End o£ Emergency issue THE EMERGENCY LAWS END But Tengku warns Beware of the lurking elements KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. A 176-WORD Proclamation repealing the 12-year-old Emergency Regulations Ordinance from tomorrow was signed today by the Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman. The simple, historical, 10-minute ceremony,

South Korean elections: Big majority victory for Democratic Party [ARTICLE]

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South Korean elections: Big majority victory for Democratic Party CEOUL, Sot. The Democratic Party of South Korea, which for years lay ineffective but vocal beneath the rule of President Syngman Rhee and his Liberal Party, today eme-ged as the governing force in Korea. Completed results showed the Democrats, with John

JOINT ACTION IN CONGO [ARTICLE]

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JOINT ACTION IN CONGO LEOPOLDVILLE. Sat. Mr Dag Hammarksjoeld. United Nations Secretary-General, and the Congo Cabinet announced in a communique today the establishment of a Congolese Commission to carry out the Security Council resolutions on the Congo. The communique wa.^ issued after two meetings of the Congo Cabinet attended by

KOREAN SHIP SUNK IN BATTLE [ARTICLE]

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KOREAN SHIP SUNK IN BATTLE OEOUL. Sat. South t3 Korean Navy Headquarters have announced that a South Korean destroyer sank a North Korean naval ship off the East coast of South Korea yesterday. The North Korean vessel was said to have come south of the 38th parallel of latitude which

Indonesia gets Polish ship [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia gets Polish ship JAKARTA. Sat. Indonesia's Department of Shipping ha* received the first of 24 Polish- built ships bought by Indonesia on a long-term credit from Poland. The 950-ton coaster. "Rambutan", has arrived In Jakarta's Tanjonjt Priok harbour.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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Red traitor lured comrade to his death [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Red traitor lured comrade to his death HARRY MILLER EVERY WAR HAS ITS TRAITORS. THEJ^ALAYAN EMERGENCY IS NO EXCEPTION. IT PRODUCED A BREED OF COMMUNIST RATS. THIS IS THE STORY OF ONE OF THEM m P^VERY \\;ii has tptmtd up its brood of traitors. The wA M;il;i\;ii. Emergency is no

Ambushed planter defied Red guns [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ambushed planter defied Red guns A YOUNC and gallant planter, Mr. F.C.V. Harradine, 25, won the George Medal in 1952 when terrorists ambushed a scout car in which he was travelling with an army officer, two soldiers and a Tamil labourer in the Tangkak area of |ohorc. I In .it

Heroes all [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Heroes all FIRST GEORGE CROSS WENT TO BRAVE IBAN TRACKER fu\[\E first George Cron to he won in the A Malayan Emergency campaign appropriately went to an Asian. This highest civilian decoration for gallantry was won by Awang anak Rawang, a volunteer Iban tracker, whose "coolness, fortitude and offensive spirit"

Policemen's valour and courage won them 20 George medals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Policemen's valour and courage won them 20 George medals NELSON RUTHERFURD By IT is not easy to win the George Medal. It is awarded sparingly indeed. But 20 members of the Federation of Malaya Police Force have earned this second highest civilian decoration for gallantry during the bitter years of

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S5OO FOR RELIEF FUND [ARTICLE]

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S5OO FOR RELIEF FUND SINGAPORE. Sat The Singapore Council of j Social Services has received a i $500 donation from the public In aid of the victims of the Potong Paslr fire last Thursday. The Singapore Buddhist Federation gave $40; $100 1 came from Miss Pitt Chin Hui In memory

Big MCA drive for members [ARTICLE]

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Big MCA drive for members QINOAPORE, Sat. The O Singapore branch of the Malayan Chinese Association will conduct an intensive membership drive and establish more sub-branches here to strengthen the organisation. For this the association has elected Into office "new bloods" under the presidentship of Mr. Guoh Sing Leong. A

The Proclamation [ARTICLE]

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The Proclamation This is the text of the Pnxlanuition, under Article 1M of the Federal Constitution, which ends the State of Kmergency in Malaya at midnight tonight: WHEREAS it it provided by Clouse (2) of Article 163 of the Constitution thot the Emergency Regulotions Ordinance, 1948, and any subsidiary legislation

Tengku gets a book for bis leadership' [ARTICLE]

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Tengku gets a book for bis leadership' KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. yHE PRIME MINISTER, Tengku Abdul Rahman and his Deputy, Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein were today presented with the f irsr two copies of a new book as a tribute to their leadership in ending the Emergency. The author of

OFF:MAN WHO SAW SIR HENRY KILLED [ARTICLE]

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OFF:MAN WHO SAW SIR HENRY KILLED 1/UALA LUMPUR, Sat. Th« official and of the Emtrgancy period coincides with the departure of the man who was an eyewitness to one of the matt tragic moments of the campaign. He is Mr. D. J. Staples. 37, Private Secretary to the former High

Auditions for Opera Night [ARTICLE]

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Auditions for Opera Night SINGAPORE. Sat -Further auditions for the Singapore i Musical Society's Popular Opera Night will be held on August 8 at 5 p.m. in Bt. Andrew's Cathedral War Memorial Hall and anybody Interested in attending these aduitions should contact Mrs. Alsha Akbar.

BUSMEN'S PICNIC [ARTICLE]

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BUSMEN'S PICNIC SINGAPORE. Sat. The Singapore Bus Workers' Union will hold a picnic at Pasir Ris on Aug. 4.

MALAYA IS A LUCKY I NATION -PAPER [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA IS A LUCKY I NATION -PAPER MANCHESTER, Sat. The Guardian today portrayed Malaya as "a stable nation favoured by fortune," but expressed the view thot the present co-operation between Malays, Chinese and Indians might be more difficult to fulfil in the coming years. "Tomorrow after 12 years the state

Top prize for Malaya film [ARTICLE]

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Top prize for Malaya film KUALA LUMPUR. Sal. A Malayan Film Unit Film "United We Stand" about co-operative fishing directed 1 by Mr. Lee Meow Siong has won a first prize at the third I International Labour Film Festival in Stockholm recently. It won the top prize In the category

VARIETY SHOW [ARTICLE]

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VARIETY SHOW SINGAPORE, Sat The Chinese YMCA is to hold a "Students Night" a variety show organised and presented by students, on August 20.

Memorial for workers [ARTICLE]

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Memorial for workers ll U ALA LUMPUR, Sat. The National Union of Plantation Workers is to erect a 50-foot memorial for estate workers who died in the Second World War and the Emergency. The secretary-general of the N.U.P.W.. Mr. P. P. Narayanan, said that the memorial would be built at

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Minister: Customs men were rude to me [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Minister: Customs men were rude to me By ALAN YANG CINGAPORE, Sat. The Indian Minister of Food and Agriculture of Bengal State, Mr. Tarun K. Ghosh, said on arrival here today that he was "flabbergasted" at the treatment accorded him I by Customs officials at Singapore Airport. A furious Mr.

P.C.s sentence is reduced [ARTICLE]

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P.C.s sentence is reduced .(.r AFORE. Sat A email. Sunny Shu Ang Moh. 19. formerly ol Rum.. Police Station. and now serving I sentence ol harge ot culpable homicide not amounting to murder, had bia sentence reduced to two \< in the Court ot Criminal Appeal Shu. who had boon

RELAX THE BAN ON TEXTILES, DEALERS ASK GOVT. [ARTICLE]

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RELAX THE BAN ON TEXTILES, DEALERS ASK GOVT. SINGAPORE, Sat. Im»3 porters here of Chinese textiles, now banned from entry into the Federation, have written to the Federation Government asking that the ban be relaxed until stocks in hand have been cleared. Mr. Tan Ec Lcong. of the Singapore Chinese

Young widow gets $XXXXX damages [ARTICLE]

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Young widow gets $XXXXX damages HUSBAND KILLED AFTER BEING SANDWICHED' BETWEEN BUSES SINGAPORE, Sat. A young widow, Yeo Lian Hwa, was awarded $31,200 damages by Mr. Justice Ambrose in the High Court in an action she brought against Hock Lee Amalgamated Bus Co., Ltd., for the loss of her husband's

Chopped arm case: Judge praises soldier, policemen [ARTICLE]

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Chopped arm case: Judge praises soldier, policemen SINGAPORE, Saturday. THt Second Criminal District Judge, Mr. E. H. D' Netto, today commended Corporal C. G. Taylor of the Royal *rmy Service Corps for his public-spiritedness in assisting a police constable to arrest a youth who had earlier chopped off the hand

kidnaps in spore: A MOTION BY KOH [ARTICLE]

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kidnaps in spore: A MOTION BY KOH SIM.APOKL. bat. An amendment "regretting that Government has not Riven any assurances in regard to any effective steps it has tawen or will take against kidnap gangs." will be moved by Mr. C. H. Koh (Independent Member for Joo Chiati at next Wednesday's

Prophet's birthday [ARTICLE]

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Prophet's birthday SINGAPORE. Sat The All-Malaya Mu.slim Missionary Society has appointed an eight-man committee to prepare for the celebration of the Prophets birthday on Sept. 3.

Razak thanks police and C'wealth troops [ARTICLE]

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Razak thanks police and C'wealth troops KUALA II MPI R. Sat.— The Ministei ol Defence. Tun Abdul Ra/.ak bin ■MMIBV h.»s sent a 'thank you" message to the Commissioner ol Police. Mr C. H. Fenner. anil the hie! of Mill Armed Forces, and Director of Kmcruency Operations, (ieneral mi Rodney

Ahmad sets a day to meet people [ARTICLE]

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Ahmad sets a day to meet people SINGAPORE. Sat. Inche Ahmad Ibrahim. Minister for Health and Assemblyman for Sembawang. has an- i noimced that he will hold meet the people sessions every Wednesday evening between 7.30 and 10.30 p.m. The meetings arc to be held at 1022-2. Jalan Pa.sar Sembawang.

A BIG RUSH TO SEE PARADE [ARTICLE]

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A BIG RUSH TO SEE PARADE |(UALA LUMPUR, Sat. Thousands of people from all over the country have arrived to watch the giant military parade on Monday 'iour hundreds poured in by car bus. rail and air. .pital had a carnival atmosphere as kampong folk in colourful dress went around

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Some impressions of Gay Paree... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Some impressions of Gay Paree... The LUCY HUANG Page SPORE COWNS SPECIALLY MADE FOR YOU TWICE a year, women the world over wait with bated breath for the word of the high priests and priestesses of fashion in Europe. Their word is law. It may change every six months, but

Debut of the French walk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Debut of the French walk rE order went out for champagne to to ait the m a n n r quini after a fashion show at Singapore's Adelphi Hotel last week. The Singapore Model Academy ffirls had just shown the "French walk" for the first time here. The models were:

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300 guests get trial run in new RRL ship [ARTICLE]

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300 guests get trial run in new RRL ship CINGAPORE, Sot— More J than 300 V.I Ps. ond guests were entertained aboard the Royal Rotterdam Lloyd's latest cargo liner, the 12,000-ton Madison Lloyd this week when she sailed into Singapore from Holland on her maiden voyage. Among the the nl-General

PIANIST LEE'S RECITAL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PIANIST LEE'S RECITAL The Singapore Musical Society will present a piano recital by Mr. Lee Kum Sing (above) at the Cultural Centre on August 21. Pvnang born Mr. Lee studied at the Melbourne Ini\ersity Conservatorium and at the Nordwest Deutsch Musik Akademie in Berlin. Tickets at S4. S3 and S>

Govt. spending: Inquiry team calls for more details [ARTICLE]

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Govt. spending: Inquiry team calls for more details ALL PERMANENT SECRETARIES TO BE INTERVIEWED SINGAPORE. Saturday. THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY into Singapore Government recurrent expenditure has called on all ministries here to furnish details covering all aspects or their functions and activities. The commission, appointed two weeks ago, held its

WESLEY CHURCH WEDDING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WESLEY CHURCH WEDDING Mr. Malcolm Goh Sic Liang and his bride. Joyce Ec Hong Geok. who were married at the Wesley Church. Fort Canning, in Singapore yesterday. The bride is the second daughter of Rotarian Mr. Ec Soon Howe and Mrs. Ee. the groom the younger son of Mrs. Goh

S'pore also for: Brigade talks [ARTICLE]

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S'pore also for: Brigade talks SINGAPORE. Sat \o 600 Boys' Brigade offic representing 23 countr Including Singapore and A laya. are to attend the s nual meeting of the Be Brigade Council at Leeds September. The representatives will visiting the United Kingd at the invitation of L Maclay. Brigade preside

Woman is fined $100 for illegal house [ARTICLE]

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Woman is fined $100 for illegal house JOHORE BAHRU, Sat.— Madam Gun Siew. wife oi a former chairman of the Ulu Tiram Local Council, was fined $100 In the magistrate's court for erecting a twostorey building at Ulu Tiram without authority. She told the court that the Government had requisitioned

Post office for Bukom [ARTICLE]

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Post office for Bukom SINGAPORE, Sat. The Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister. Mr. Goh Chew Chua. today opened the new Pulau Bukom post office. The post office, adjoining the Bukom police station near the terminal wharf, will serve the 6.000 people of Bukom Kechil and Bukom Besar as

Ministry probes school 'strike' [ARTICLE]

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Ministry probes school 'strike' SINGAPORE. Sat. The Education Ministry here today began an on-the-spot inquiry into the ''strike" yesterday by 300 students of the Presbyterian Boys' School in Koon Seng Road. At the same time the Ministry's Permanent Secretary, Mr. R. C. Hoffman, who visited the school this morning, warned

Two judges for Assizes [ARTICLE]

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Two judges for Assizes SINGAPORE. Sat. Two judges. Mr. Justice Tan Ah Tah, and Mr. Justice Buttrose. will attend to next month's Assize work. The Assize Court opens in the High Court on Tuesday. The calendar contains 25 cases including seven of murder and 10 of armd robbery, gang robbery

Rash driving charge [ARTICLE]

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Rash driving charge SINGAPORE. Sat Thr tentative charge of attempted murder against a taxi driver. Chua Kow Moey. who allegedly tried to run a police constable down with a taxi, was today reduced to one of rash driving. The incident was alleged to have taken place in Bugis Street at

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Call to 'talk over' trade boycotts with the C'wealth [ARTICLE]

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Call to 'talk over' trade boycotts with the C'wealth SOUTH AFRICANS CONCERNED OVER BANS JOHANNESBURG Saturday. A CALL to the Government to take up urgently with the Commonwealth the matter of official boycotts of South African goods, has been made by a leading industrialist here. In a statement last night

EVEN NIK – COULDN'T SAVE THE REBEL [ARTICLE]

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EVEN NIK COULDN'T SAVE THE REBEL LYONS (France), Sat. An Algerian terrorist was executed by the guillotine at dawn today despite Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's personal intervention. Ben Laklifi. 28-year-old head of an Algerian rebel FLN shock unit, was convicted of leading his group in a commando raid on a

S2lO million loan [ARTICLE]

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S2lO million loan WASHINGTON. Sat —The World Bank has loaned India MS2IO million for the improvement and expansion of the Indian railways— Reuter.

Guards quell riot by 70 prisoners [ARTICLE]

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Guards quell riot by 70 prisoners HONOLULU, Sat.— Seventy ot the 245 prisoners In Oahu State Prison rioted for more than five hours yesterday, breaking and burning furniture and attempting to batter down doors and escape, after a guard had tried to handcuff a prisoner he thought was drunk. Guards

JAPAN CONGO AID [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN CONGO AID TOKYO, Sat.—The Japan Red Cross today said it would send three doctors, five nurses and interpreters to the Congo.

Ex-minister dies [ARTICLE]

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Ex-minister dies NORWICH (England Sat. —Sir Vyvyan Holt, a former British Minister in Korea and San Salvador, died here yesterday aged 64.— Reutrr.

'No burial' threat to rash drivers [ARTICLE]

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'No burial' threat to rash drivers YORK. England. Sat.— As i countless motorists set oft on roads crowded for j Britain's Aug. 1 national I holiday, a Church of Eng- land vicar warned drivers that he would refuse a 1 Christian burial to any- I one who killed himself in

My people don't hate whites, says Lumumba [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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My people don't hate whites, says Lumumba CONGO PREMIER IN CANADA SAYS! WE NEED LOTS OF AID OTTAWA, Saturday. CONGOLESE Premier, Patrice Lumumba, said on arrival yesterday that his people had no hate for the whites. In Canada to recruit technical aid for his troubled new republic, he said: "I

IN AND OUT BY AIR [ARTICLE]

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IN AND OUT BY AIR rpHE following is today's -1- schedule of civil aircraft movements at Paya Lebar Airport. Singapore. ARRIVALS BO AC: Prom Tokyo, Hong Kong. (BA 965) 6.05 p.m.; from London, Calculi*. Bangkok (BA 778) 9.35 p.m. Qantas: From London, Karachi, Colombo. Kuala Lumpur (EM 546) 5.35 p.m.

New Cyprus flag [ARTICLE]

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New Cyprus flag NICOSIA, Sat. Details of the flag for the new Cyprus Republic were finally approved here yesterday. The flag would be a map of Cyprus in gold, set in two olive branches on a white background. Reuter.

ASSAM TREMORS [ARTICLE]

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ASSAM TREMORS GAUHATI, Sat. Earth tremors of varying Intensity rocked several towns In Assam state yesterday. Reuter.

Hooded bandits kill one, hurt 4 in robbery [ARTICLE]

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Hooded bandits kill one, hurt 4 in robbery LOS ANGELES, Sat— Two bandits, wearing grotesque Halloween masks, shot one man dead and wounded four others yesterday during a M 560.000 daylight robbery of a bank messenger, police said. The robbers fled in a stolen car they later abandoned a short

Khoo Soo Chay buried [ARTICLE]

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Khoo Soo Chay buried MEXICO CITY. Sat.—Singapore industrialist. Mr. Klioo Soo Chay and Sachiko Kubayashl and their one-month-old daughter were buried together in Mexico City yesterday complying with Mr. Khoo's last wi.s: All three were found dead In their apartment last Sunday.

Publisher dies [ARTICLE]

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Publisher dies STAMFORD (Connecticut), Sat. Richard L. Simon, 61, co-founder of the book publishing house of Simon Q. Schuster, died at his home here yesterday of a heart attack. U.P.I.

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Ex-Reds now own rubber estates [ARTICLE]

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Ex-Reds now own rubber estates ANDREW FANG By JOHORE BAHRU SOME ARE WELL-OFF AND HAVE CARS, OTHERS SEEK JOBS Saturday LIVING in the State of Johore today are an estimated 200 special people with a common link. They live quiet lives. Nea-ly all of them are running their own business

Stranger calls at the Dusun [ARTICLE]

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Stranger calls at the Dusun THE DUSUN, Friday, July 22 QNb MORNING a stranger called at the Dusun. It was the new Game Warden for Johore who, on his first visit to Kota Tinggi, was determined to meet the Tuan; he had to get the police to show him the

Federation Army killed 660 Reds, lost 138 [ARTICLE]

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Federation Army killed 660 Reds, lost 138 Jeffrey Francis By IN a matter of of minutes firing was over. A man dressed in khaki uniform, Tully armed, with a redstar cap on his head lay still on the ground. His writhed body was riddled with bren-gun bullets. His tattered clothes

'Good show,' say the generals, [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Good show, say the generals, HARRY MILLER PROM LONDON f WHO 1 DIRECTED then a word of warning The generals who directed the operations against the Malayan Communists today expressed their satisfaction over the ending of the State of Emergency, but also added sombre words of warning i about continuing

'Good out of evil' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Good out of evil' SIR DONALD MACGILLIVRAY |N London for a few months' work as a member of the Monckton Commission is SIR DONALD MACGILLIVRAY, who was Deputy High Commission of the Federation from 1952 to 1954 and then succeeded Sir Gerald Templer as High Commissioner. He steered the country

THE PLANTERS: 99 DIED TO KEEP MALAYA'S LIFE BLOOD FLOWING [ARTICLE]

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THE PLANTERS: 99 DIED TO KEEP MALAYA'S LIFE BLOOD FLOWING YOOK YOON I fTllll'' role which Malaya's planter* A pll\ 1- (1 in the Emergency is compar* able i<> tluit of the Royal Air Fora in the Batik of Britain during World War 11. By their dogged defiance of the

BRICCS First Director of Operations [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BRICCS First Director of Operations Thr latr Lieut. General Sir Harold Briggs who emerged from retiremciit to become Malaya* tirvt Director of Operations, which post he held until November, 1951. He died in Cyprus on Oct. 2t. 1952 He was 58. Sir Gerald Templer said this of hipi in his

Sunday. July 31. 1960 1960-YEAR OF VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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Sunday. July 31. 1960 1960-YEAR OF VICTORY rDAY, all over Malaya, there is great rejoicing over the end of the Emergency. In town*, kampongs. new villages, estates, mines and padl fields, there is a feeling of overwhelming relief that militant Communism, which has affected th°ir lives for 12 long years,

The platoon that refused to surrender... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The platoon that refused to surrender. Harry Miller HIUDIISIbU OUTNUMBERED TEN TO ONE. THE GALLANT SOLDIERS FOUGHT BACK AND KILLED 29 OF THE ENEMY By IX THE 12 YEARS OF FIGHTING, THE :mi) BATTALION OF THE MALAY REGIMENT HOLDS THE RKCORI) OF KILLING THE LARGEST MJMRER OF TKRRORISTS IN ONK

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Talk on women's role in history [ARTICLE]

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Talk on women's role in history SINGAPORE. Sat. The Singapore Buddhist Association will observe full moon day on Aug. 6 with a public lecture on "The Role of Women in History" by Mrs. Winifred Holmes. vlce-pre-siden% of the Women's Coun- Sri Langaramaya in St Michael's Road, at 7 p.m.

Her World [ARTICLE]

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Her World Another sparkling issue on sale now THE sparkling August issue of HER WORLD- the Malayan magazine for women and the home is on sale NOW. After the tremendous reception given to the first issue in July, you will want your copy of this new edition 80 pages packed

Singapore orchids for Indonesia [ARTICLE]

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Singapore orchids for Indonesia SINGAPORE, Sat. Indonesian orchid growers are to import rare hybrids and plant hormones from Singapore. This was stated by the president of the Indonesian Orchid Society. Mr. S Doell after a four-man party trom the society had compi-ted a 10-day tour of orchid *arde?.s here and

FIVE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FIVE ARTISTS' EXHIBITION l^l VI youni; local artists will hold a four-day exhibition or 130 paintings at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Hill Street, from Thursday. Ihe show is sponsored Jointly by the MagatMn X r t Siniety and the Society of I him-- U' Ihe paintings include landscapes, still

Boy hero recalls ambush at Asahi" [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Boy hero recalls ambush at Asahi" R. CHANDRAN By SINGAPORE. Sat n*ffflfl!3 Pen reminds youth of how he made the Reds see red 8 years ago PENS usually arc used to record history, but 22-year-old Terence Edmett's pen has his- Tory inscribed on it. On the pen are these faded

Today's tide timetable [ARTICLE]

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Today's tide timetable TODAY: Singapore 3.04 am. (7ft 4ini 3.45 p.m. (7ft 6iu>: Poit Dicfeson 10.55 a.m. (7ft tint 11.11 pm. <6ft 9im: Port Sweitenham 9.42 a.m. 1 12fi I'm 9.39 p.m. (10ft 81n): Penang 520 a.m. (6f 9in> 5.20 p.m. (6ft 9in). TOMORROW: Singapore 4.09 am. 6ft 71n) 4

KAMALA CLUB FAIR [ARTICLE]

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KAMALA CLUB FAIR SINGAPORE, Sat —The Kamala Club will hold a fun fair on Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at its premises at Moulmeln Road.

COPRA PRICE [ARTICLE]

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COPRA PRICE Slnfnpore Copra AiaoeUUon noon (rices on Saturday: fair merchantable Bombay mixed copra: Aug Sept. $32', (Noml- nali Singapore Coconut OH Miller*' AMocUtion: bulk $47 sellers. d;uin $S1 sellers Tone was quiet NO TIN MARKET The Singapore Tin Market was cosed yesterday.

PENANG ARTISTS LONDON SHOW [ARTICLE]

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PENANG ARTISTS LONDON SHOW LONDON, Sat— An exhibi- tion of expressionist paintings by Malayan artist Lee Joo-for opened at the Commonwealth Institute here today. John Lee Joo-for was born in Penang in 1929. and has exhibited on three occasions In Penang and Kuala Lumpur, twice under the auspices of the

Economytours? several are available, say travel agents [ARTICLE]

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Economytours? several are available, say travel agents SINGAPORE, Sat. Singapore travel agents today denied that there were not enough .inexpensive conducted tours for Malayans visiting neighbouring countries. A Straits Times reader suggested earlier that travel agencies should organise more and cheaper conducted tours of nearby countries. The proprietor of a

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What's ron today \IM.KI I'HOKX.KAl'HK <<>< II.T1 i- ntion photographs by K P Wona ai the Raffles Muse I.I I \\<. -IKMT- Hl\J*l in. 1. 1- i ill K< H: Sunday 1 2 15 p.m.; Sen-ice in \«al»v 2 4.) pjn.; Service U> EhkTA^ I IB\K Ml IHtUIIM i Ml

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THE WEEK'S BEST PRINTS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE WEEK'S BEST PRINTS THE winner of this week's top prize ot $30 is "Paris News-Vendor" (right), submitted by Poh T. Ng, of 3619 Bagan Luar Road, Butterworth, Province Wellesley. Mr. Poh used a Rolleiflex 2.8 camera and Agfa Isopan SS film. Set- ting: f 4, 1/100 second. The second

Winners of today's two SlO runner-up prizes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Winners of today's two SlO runner-up prizes rnHE runner-up prizes of A $10 each go to "A Helping Hand" <left>. by William Wee, of Singapore, and "Contemplation"' (below >, by Miss P. Owynne. of Singapore. Mr. Wee. of 215 Selegie Road, Singapore 7. used a Rolleiflex camera and Kodak Tri-X

Photography Digest [ARTICLE]

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Photography Digest RAYMOND THOMAS By I AM sure that quite a large number of my readers have their own darkrooms and enlarging equipment. I know several amateurs and quite a number ot professionals who cover a wide range of events such as weddings, parties, school sporty and so on, either

HOW TO SEND IN ENTRIES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HOW TO SEND IN ENTRIES ADDRESS your entries: Picture Contest. The Sunday Times, Times House. River Valley Road. Singapore I. N one and address of sender. with title of picture and details of equipment iw<l and exposure must he written on thp back of every print submitted. Thp rpquirrd information

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A MASTER MIMIC IN A ZANY LP [ARTICLE]

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A MASTER MIMIC IN A ZANY LP Enough crazy goings-on in this disc to keep you chuckling throughout the session of musical parody "Mogambo, what do the jungle drums say;' asks the calm, supercilious voice (a priceless mimicry of George Sanders). "Bioana, they say the natives are revolting." "Yc.\. aren't

Today's Hist [ARTICLE]

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Today's Hist I AST week Metronome Li listened to seven new records which have just r arrived in Singapore. E They are: E "O mnld n s t" a E Liberty disc in stereo or z mono, featuring musical parodist Spike Jones. "Exotic Sounds From The Silver Screen" E Liberty

They met in India and are married in Paris [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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They met in India and are married in Paris British film director David Leap and his fourth wife Leila Dcvi, of India, after their wedding in Paris recently. Lean, whose last marriage was to actress Ann Todd. and Miss Dcvi have been constant companions since they met in India while

Petticoat rule behind that record boom! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Petticoat rule behind that record boom! DINAH KERR IN LONDON By QALES of gramophone records are spinning faster than ever this year. In March, for example, records were purchased to the rollicking tune of £1,225,000 61 per cent more than a year ago. A Board of Trade report shows that

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SCOLDED BY WOMEN- FROM DROP US A LINE If there's something en your mind, drop a line to Hie Know Alls. The address is: The Know Alls, Sunday Times, Times House, River Valley Road, Singapore 9. Please do not send stamps or return envelopes; we don't reply to letters by

'Will kissing make me pregnant?' [ARTICLE]

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'Will kissing make me pregnant?' HUMAN CASEBOOK QEAR Jane Lee: I om in love with a married man, but we have the same surname. What shall I do? Will kissing a man make me pregnont? M. No. kissing won't make you pregnant. Haven't you a close friend or rclathr who

JANE LEE ADVISES [ARTICLE]

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JANE LEE ADVISES What's your problem? Jone Lee helps solve problem* of the hecrt every Sunday, ond she can help you, too. Write to: Miss Jane Lee, The Sun- day Times, Times House, River Volley Road, Singapore 9.

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THE PLATOON THAT REFUSED TO GIVE UP [ARTICLE]

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THE PLATOON THAT REFUSED TO GIVE UP it From Page 12 the battle had become oneman graves. Into every one of them on both banks of the river bodies had been laid and were lightly covered ones with earth. Fifteen which were opened up held one body in each. Other

Road to a new life [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Road to a new life FLASHBACK TO MAY. 1958: I Three surrendered terrorists walk out of Nigel Gardner Estate. Selangor. to the main road where they would be taken to a police station. The man in tbe centre has blood on the back of his shirt from a wound received

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Special END OF THE EMERGENCY article They bore the brunt of the NOT-TO-BE-FORGOTTEN RECORDS OF THE POLICE AND UNITS OF COMMONWEALTH FORCES THE BRAYE MEN WHO HELPED CRUSH TERRORISM Today the Federation says thank you initial onslaught IN OCTOBER, 1951, Sir Henry Curney, then British High Commissioner to the Federation

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BY THE WAY... [ARTICLE]

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BY THE WAY... 'I'Hi U »j man) a shr> -lip of th<- loncur is emtmtmt >''P "i mi P*» h <-\<ji moic thus it was last week when l»i<l* IcrVMßf Mjiush ill<d to pouil out that 1 tiatl inach <TloUl\ hM th< r< His lour inches' free-pla> »>n I hi*

The glamorous appeal of a special roadster [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The glamorous appeal of a special roadster PETER BY TAKE a becond look at the pictures in this page. The 1960 Mercedes-Benz 190SL Roadster is a beautiful car, isn't it? Like a glamorous woman, it attracts attention wherever it goes. LI M miiiimiiiiiHimiiiiiiiii Yet I think it is not at

FEDERA TION POLICE EDGE THEIR SINGAPORE RIVALS [ARTICLE]

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FEDERA TION POLICE EDGE THEIR SINGAPORE RIVALS PAGE 22 SPORTS CINCAPORE, Sat—'Federation Police became champions for the eighth successive year when they beat Singapore Police by 1 73 points to 157 in their in-ter-territorial athletic meet at Thomson Road today. Singapore, however, were unlucky not to break Federation's hold on

Top Asian stars for exhibition [ARTICLE]

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Top Asian stars for exhibition SINGAPORE. Sat. Six leading Asian International tennis players have accepted an offer by the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association to play In a tennis exhibition on the S.C.C. padang on Aug 3 and 4 suiting at 4 pjn. each day The players are: Osamu Ishlguro and

CEYLON SC SET FOR BIG WIN AGAINST TPCA [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON SC SET FOR BIG WIN AGAINST TPCA SINGAPORE. Sat— A flue aUround performance by Alex Delilkan put Ceylon Sports Club In a winning position when the lir>t day'.s play ended in their two-day cricket match T.P.C.A. of Kuala Lumpur for the Nagalingam Shield at Balesiier Road today. After scoring

FLOWING LINES... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FLOWING LINES... LIKE most German sports cars, the 190SL is an expensive car; but its finish and technical quality are of the highest standard. This view from the rear shows the flowing lines and the air of comfort and security that surrounds the streamlining. The finish of the interior leaves

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MORE BAM OPEN UPSETS BY WEI LON [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MORE BAM OPEN UPSETS BY WEI LON But it looks like an all-Eddy final All the results EDDY CHOONC. Malayan Thomas Cup player and former All-England and Malayan champion, and Eddy Yusof, the Indonesian Thomas Cup player, are lining up for a clash in the men's singles final in the

SURREY HIT 246-1 [ARTICLE]

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SURREY HIT 246-1 I ONUON. Bat. leu scores v tod. y* cricket matches were At The Oval: Surrey 246-1 (M Stewart 144 no.. D. Fletcher 8; 11.01 v Nottinghamf.hire. M Hove: Sussex 212-4 (Dextei 99 no., D. Smith 80 n.o Mitt dlestrx. At Bristol: Somerset 169-5 (A Baig 99 1

Royal Pahang v Singapore final [ARTICLE]

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Royal Pahang v Singapore final SINGAPORE. Sat. Singapore, holders of the Sul- f Pahang cud in th«- Malayan Polo \ssoriation Maiajan foio Association tournament, entered the linal today when they beat Royal j Perak Polo Club by three goaLs to 2i at Thomson Road. Singapore will meet H.H. the Sultan

Navy's Instone sparks Services' win [ARTICLE]

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Navy's Instone sparks Services' win SAUL JOSHUA By CINGAPORE, $Qt. The Royal Navy came to the rescue of the luckless Singapore Combined Services team which met Negri Sembilon in a second round Southern zone Malaya Cup match at Jalan Besar Stadium today. Services nelded only one Navy player today newcomer

World record aggregate by Howe Liang [ARTICLE]

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World record aggregate by Howe Liang SINGAPORE. Sat. Tan Howe Liang, the Asian and British Commonwealth lightweight weightllfting champion and Singapore's brightest hope for an Olympic Games gold med-al at Rome later this month, showed good form at the Olympic Games welghtliftins trials today. Howe Liang, who had already qualified

Record beaten [ARTICLE]

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Record beaten BUDAPEST. Sat Vllmos Varju. the Hungarian shot putter smashed the European record held by Arthur Rowe (Britain) on the First day of the Hungarian 11ailonal athletic championships here yesterday. Varju's put of 18.C7 metres (61 ft. 2\ Ins.) beat Rowes effort of 18 59 metres (61 ft) set

Ampon, Miyagi to meet in two finals [ARTICLE]

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Ampon, Miyagi to meet in two finals CELICISIMO AMPON. the 39-year-old favourite from The Philippines, and Atsushi Miyagi, the leading |apanese player and No. 2 seed, will meet in the men i singles final of this year's Lawn Tennis Association of Malaya's championships here tomorrow. In the semi-finals today Ampon,

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Results: Men's singles (quarter finals: F. Ampon (P.1.) beat Osamu Ishiguro (Japan; 6-4. 2-6, 6-4; Vo Van Bay (Viet) beat K. Ifukhar Ahmed (Pak) 11-9 ret; Premjit Lall dnd) beat Saeed Hal (Pak) 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; Aisushl Miyagi (Japan) beat Ong ChewBee (S"pore) 6-2. 6--Men's Singles semi-finals: F

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MM PETER QUEK TECK KIAT na a midaw, h m and daugMrr. c rand -children, and a* adaaftrd wn. (m« Moo

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM H H»rrf« W« (Minimum) MADAM LIM KIM LIAM I. ••■rnory nd mnfbrr departed Ln»t but not forcotum.

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS Mk KW < Minimum) THE tINCAPORE Musical Hociety la plL—it to >■!■■—r■ that a Ptaao Recital will t» tcivrn by L*«- Kum 81ns -In Fort Canning oa Aukum 21at at 9.40 p.n:. Tiekcti available tar this Coaeert at RobUMon'n and C.K. Tasg'i to mcmv and mcottrn of *h<- Kinrral

PRINCE OF LALITA IS THE POPULAR GOLD CUP CHOICE [ARTICLE]

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PRINCE OF LALITA IS THE POPULAR GOLD CUP CHOICE WITH CALL BOY DANC IN FORM Prince of Lalita with Arthur Ward up is the popular choice for the Cold Cup at Penang today. There is no stopping the "Prince" |ust now. He cantered away from the opposition in last week's

VIETNAMESE FOR STORE [ARTICLE]

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VIETNAMESE FOR STORE SINGAPORE. Sat— The Chin Wco basketball team of Vietnam now 1 outing In the Federation, will play lour matches in Singapore next week. The Vietnam contingent of 43 members, including a woman ba>ketbal! team, is expected to arrive in Singapore on Tuesday. They open their Singapore tour

SCA team play schools today [ARTICLE]

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SCA team play schools today SINGAPORE, Sat Cecil Coolce, the Singapore off-spinner, will lead an S.C A. XI against Combined Schools In a cricket match which will serve as a practice for the schools ior their match against Federation schools at Kuala Lumpur on Aug. 13 and 1 14. The

Navy's 2 defeats [ARTICLE]

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Navy's 2 defeats SINGAPORE, Sat M.R.N.V.R. beat Indian Navy 5-2 in a friendly soccer match at Farcer Park today. At hockey Indian Navy were beaten 3-2 by Army at Thomson Road Army scored through Major Eagan, Sgt Nizar and Sgt Lee.

AMATEUR RACE MEET ENTRIES [ARTICLE]

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AMATEUR RACE MEET ENTRIES SINGAPORE. Sat— Entries for the Singapre Turf Club amateur meeting on Aug. 6 are: MARA Clasc 1. Div. 1, «f— Happy Life 13.7; Aberdeen 13.7; Early Bird 13.6: Golden Dollar 12.12; Pagan King 12.12; Crimson Pirate 12.12; On Stage 12.7; Ambassador 12.3: Box Office 12.3: Far

Today's runners and riders at Penang [ARTICLE]

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Today's runners and riders at Penang Rao« 1 2.15: (CUsi 5. Div. J) 6 Furs. 1. XXXXX NaiAreh (H.N. Tant Teh. 3 9.0 <F> War* S 2. 0088? Eroa iN.W. Paton-Smitn T.W. Oug> Bagby. 3 813 "Chan* 5 3. XXXXX Colour Film (Shaw St.) Teh. 8 8.12 Johnson 1 4.

SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS (ALL BOY POINTER ALLAN LEWIS Race 1 NAZAREH Intuition Per Carat INTIITION Dauntless Nazareh N A/ARI.H Dauntless Intuition 2.15 Eace 2 2.45 WANSBROt GH Sharwtrila II Triiara SHANGRILA Bonanza Lucky Game BONANZA Wansbrough Shanfiila II Race 3 3.15 AKBAREE Reliable Remembrance REMEMBRANCE Reliable Fire Power REMEMBRANCE Fire Power Cheni

Indonesia edge Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia edge Singapore SINGAPORE, Sat. Singapore suffered their first home water-polo defeat in years when they went down fighting by a 5-4 margin to Indonesia at River Valley Road tonight. Although the Indonesians' win was full of merit, a draw would have been a fair result The Indonesians, improving with

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