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SINGAPORE STANDARD Telephone *****—5 Cable "TIGERNEWS" SINGAPORE, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1958 Vol. VIII. No. 338 15 cts. 14 Pages [FINAL EDITION]

EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL [ARTICLE]

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EQUAL RIGHTS FOR ALL NATIONAL REFERENDUM IN THREE MONTHS De Gaulle Cheered As Muslims Are Assured Of Vote CONSTANTINO Algeria, June 5, (UPI)^ Gen. Charles de Gaulle carried his FrenchMuslim peace campaign into the heart of rebelinfested eastern Algeria today and was greeted by a happy, shouting crowd of 50,000.

NEW HOPES FOR END OF LONDON'S BUS STRIKE [ARTICLE]

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NEW HOPES FOR END OF LONDON'S BUS STRIKE But Dockers Are Remaining Firm LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) A fresh move to settle London's 31-day-old bus strike was announced tonight after a meeting of the General Council of the 8,000,000-strong Trades Union Congress, main British workers' organization. The General Council had

TEACHERS SKIP CLASSES [ARTICLE]

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TEACHERS SKIP CLASSES TOKYO, June 5 (Reuter) About 7.000 teachers m Wakayama Prefecture, Western Japan, today started boycotting classes m protest against the enforcement of the teachers efficiency rating system. About 90 per cent of primary and high schools m the prefecture were closed.

TWO JAILED FOR IMMORAL RELATIONSHIP [ARTICLE]

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TWO JAILED FOR IMMORAL RELATIONSHIP PRETORIA, South Africa. June 5 (Reuter)— A 29-year-old white man and a 21-year-old African woman were yesterday sentenced to nine months' imprisonment each here for contravening the Immorality Act, which prohibits relations between whites and non-whites. The sentences were the highest under the Act m

INDONESIAN CABINET RESHUFFLE IMMINENT [ARTICLE]

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INDONESIAN CABINET RESHUFFLE IMMINENT JAKARTA, June 5, (UPl)— lndonesia is due for a cabinet reshuffle that would bring more moderate elements into the government, informed sources predicted today. Announcement of the reshuffle is expected within the next two or three weeks. Government leaders, including President Soekarno were reported conferring on

R.I. Minister To Buy 40 Ships In Japan, Europe [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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R.I. Minister To Buy 40 Ships In Japan, Europe THE Indonesian Minister for Shipping, Commodore M. Nazir, yesterday flew into Singapore en route to Japan and Europe to buy more than 40 ships for his country. Singapore shipping and business circles, when told of Commodore Nazir's visit, thought his trip

AIRPORT CLEAR [ARTICLE]

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AIRPORT CLEAR MANILA International Airport's main runway, closed since the crash of a PanAmerican Airways Stratocruiser on Monday, has now been cleared, according to an airport official yesterday. Reuter

THAILAND LEAD 4-0 [ARTICLE]

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THAILAND LEAD 4-0 SINGLES 1. Charoen Watanasin beat Ron Palmer 10-15, 15-4, 15-8. 2. Tanoo Kajadbhai beat Jim Poole 15-5. 16-17, 15-3. DOUBLES 3. Subabandhu Sajawanti beat Joe Alston Wynn Rogers 15-9, 7-15, 18-14. 4. Charoen Prida beat Armendariz Hartgrove 15-4. 12-15, 15-2. Full report on Page 11.

OPENING OF CUP MATCHES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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OPENING OF CUP MATCHES MORE than 3.500 badminton fans witnessed the opening ceremony of the Thomas Cup semi-final between America and Thailand at the Singapore Badminton Hall last night. This Standard picture shows the teams from five nations America, Denmark, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaya— the host nation standing at attention

HE LOVES THE COFFIN THEY'LL CART HIM OFF IN [ARTICLE]

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HE LOVES THE COFFIN THEY'LL CART HIM OFF IN LONDON, June 5, (Reuter). Mr. Archie Miller. 92-year-old bachelor, revealed todny the secret that he has kept hidden m a shed at the bottom of his garden for 33 years. Neighbours at Stanstead Abbotts, near London, had wondered as every day

Grounded Dutch Ship Refloated [ARTICLE]

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Grounded Dutch Ship Refloated HONGKONG, June 5 (Reuter) Six tugs today refloated the 8,249-ton Dutch liner Tjibantjet, aground at the entrance to Hongkong harbour for eight and a half months. A typhoon blew the Tjibantjet on to rocks below "Devils Peak" on September 22. Refloating was delayed because divers had

Malayan Bank Rates Cut [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Bank Rates Cut A CUT of one-quarter per cent on rates m resr>ect of all categories of advances, will be effected by banks m Malaya as from June 16. This was announced yesterday by the Malayan Exchange Banks Association.

TWO CONSTABLES SHOT DEAD IN VILLAGE [ARTICLE]

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TWO CONSTABLES SHOT DEAD IN VILLAGE IPOH, Thurs. —Two special constables died of gun-shot wounds this morning about V hTk Tr m the secluded Kampong Bercham New Village about six miles from here. Both the constables, Mv Kiem Chong, 25 and Abdul Hamid bin Samsuddin, 20, were bachelors. They died

THREE-HOUR GUN BATTLE IN BEIRUT [ARTICLE]

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THREE-HOUR GUN BATTLE IN BEIRUT BEIRUT, June 5 (UPI) Lebanese army troops and insurgents fought a three-hour gun battle m the heart of Beirut's Moslem quarter yesterday after rebels overturned and burned three buses and refused to let firemen extinguish the blaze. The gun fight, the most serious incident m

No Beauty Contest For Her [ARTICLE]

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No Beauty Contest For Her TOKYO. June 5 (ReuteD— A Japanese beauty, candidate for the "Miss Japan" title has reluctantly given up ..er hope of being elected "Miss Japan" or possibly "Miss Universe" or "Miss World", after being injured m a car crash sponsors of the Japanese contest said today.

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MOVE TO EXPAND ARMY [ARTICLE]

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MOVE TO EXPAND ARMY UMNO Youths To Table Resolution At Annual Meet KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The Minister for Defence Dato Abdul Razak bin Dato Hussein, will be urged to speed up expansion of Malaya's Army to maximum strength, so that foreign troops stationed here can all go home. This is

Magistrate Tells Thief: 'Won't You Visit Me' [ARTICLE]

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Magistrate Tells Thief: 'Won't You Visit Me' MALACCA. Thurs.— A man who broke into the house next to Magistrate Ramanatha Iyer's home, was today told by him: 'Why didn't you come to my house instead? You must come one day." The man, Khadin bin Khamsah was found guilty of stealing

R.I. Invites Festing [ARTICLE]

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R.I. Invites Festing GENERAL Sir Francis Festing, Commander-in-Chief FARELF, will visit Indonesia between June 11 and 13. at the invitation of General Nasution, Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Army. Sir Francis will make this farewell visit to Indonesia before he leaves Singapore for London on June 24, to take

LIGHTNING KILLS 3 [ARTICLE]

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LIGHTNING KILLS 3 FIVE men were killed and three others burned on Wednesday when they were struck by lightning during a heavy rainstorm m Koahsiung, Formosa's southern port.- U.P.I.

TORNADO HAVOC [ARTICLE]

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TORNADO HAVOC A TORNADO ripped across north-western Wisconsin last night, killing between m and "25 people and injuring at least 100.- Reuter

Asians Sing 'Aussie' Folk Songs [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Asians Sing 'Aussie' Folk Songs MEMBERS of the University of Queensland's Overseas Students' Association recently invited Mr. John Manifold, an Australian authority on ballads and folk-music, to demostrate Australian songs at a party at the University. Mr. Manifold outlined the history of Australian folk music, and he and his wife

'Pin-Tables Are Games Of Chance' – Police [ARTICLE]

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'Pin-Tables Are Games Of Chance' Police MALACCA, Thurs. The 0.C.P.D.. Central. Mr. J. F. Hobbs, commenting on The Standard's report of widespread gambling m the City Park said that as far as the Police were concerned, the games uf chance played by the oin-table operators were legitimate. "It would be

University Arts Exam Passes [ARTICLE]

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University Arts Exam Passes THE University of Malaya yesterday announced the provisional passes for candidates who sat for the sessional examination for the degree of Bachelor of Arts held recently. Abraham, Robert Gerald (History, English Social History*). Abu Bakar bin Abu Hassan Ashaan (History. Dutch Translation*). Abu Bakar bin Haji

Ipoh Rotary Adopts Hungarian Refugee [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ipoh Rotary Adopts Hungarian Refugee IPOH Thurs.— The Rotary Club here today received its sponsorship deed for a small Hungarian refugee girl, Susanne lakasc, aged four, who has now become a godchild f f the club. F^^Hn^^^^w^-HM Susanne is now being cared for and ma ntained m one of the

6 Mths. Jail On Trust Charge [ARTICLE]

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6 Mths. Jail On Trust Charge A bill-collec: Toh. 47. waus s< months' jail by S Third District J S. K. Lee, for crimir of trust. Inspector E. M the prosecutor. Court that Sect had appropriated $2.8 1^ to the Br between Augu.st la. 1 1 May this year, durinp

SCIENCE SHOW [ARTICLE]

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SCIENCE SHOW THE Ra will hold a s. mathem^i Raffles Institution ies today and tomorrow, starting from 10.30 am to 1 pm. and from 2.30 p.m to 6 p m., each day.

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EDITORIAL • SINGAPORE TIGER STANDARD JUNE 6, 1958.

Proud Day For Malaya [ARTICLE]

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Proud Day For Malaya FOR the first time since 1874, when British Protection ond administrative advice was accepted m the Malay States (as the present Federation of Malaya was then known), an independent Sovereign's Royal birthday was celebrated m Kuala Lumpur last Wednesday. It was a proud and historic day

New War Against T.B. [ARTICLE]

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New War Against T.B. IN the Colony's first planned effort to control tuberculosis, Singapore's Health Minister, Mr. A. J. Braga, has announced the launching of a rather timely campaign to detect and eradicate the scourge of the disease. The incidence of tuberculosis m Singapore has not diminished although both Government

SINGAPORE TIGER STANDARD PRESS [ARTICLE]

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The Great American Myth [ARTICLE]

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The Great American Myth Philip Deane By WASHINGTON 'THE current international crises arour.d the globe, and the Russian challenge that lurks somehow behind each of these crises, disturb this country emotionally far less than the growing tendency of thoughtful men here to wonder aloud whether the sacrosanct "American way of

The Gobi Conquered? [ARTICLE]

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The Gobi Conquered? r T'HE laying of a railway bed across 25 miles of an offshoot of the Gobi Desert, which had almost been abandoned because of the fierceness of the sandstorms, has been accomplished says the NEW CHINA DAILY NEWS. This section is part of the 600 miles railway

Tighter Controls For New Zealand? [ARTICLE]

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Tighter Controls For New Zealand? COMMONWEALTH REPORT BY E. G. WEBBER WELLINGTON (CONFRONTED by a deficit of just under £50 million m its overseas exchange transactions for the year ended April *0, by falling prices for dairy products and wool, and a continuing shrinkage of its overseas reserves, New Zealand

Refugee Problem [ARTICLE]

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Refugee Problem Jonathan Swayne reports from India pLEVEN years after Independence, the Indian Government is still wrestling with the problem of rehabilitating a third of the eight million refugees from Pakistan who trekked across the borders in 1947 or in the years that followed. In 10 years, the Government has

the NEWS as it strikes me [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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the NEWS as it strikes me Q^l(^A^WK READING or hearing the speeches of public figures m Malaya may not often give us pleasure. An exception was the reply of His Ma.iesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to the congratulatory addresses on the occasion of his official birthday. Said His Majesty: "If

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THREAT TO FISH SUPPLY [ARTICLE]

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THREAT TO FISH SUPPLY Vested Interests Are Behind It, Says Jumabhoy SINGAPORE'S Minister for Commerce and Industry, Mr. J. M. Jumabhoy, yesterday revealed that "certain vested interests and politicians" had repeatedly appealed to him without success to cancel the licences of Japanese trawlers working m co-operation with local capital. The

Devil Made Her Tell Lies – Court Told [ARTICLE]

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Devil Made Her Tell Lies Court Told A COFFEE shop proprietor told a Singapore Court yesterday that his wife told lies because she had once been taken into a dark spot by a "devil." "I did not see the devil personally, but my son did," Ngiam Yew Lay, 48, told

Three Held For Acid Attack [ARTICLE]

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Three Held For Acid Attack KLANG, Thurs.— The local Police today detained three men m connection with the acid attack on Mr. Sajjan Singh and three school children m a car on Tuesday morning. Mr. Sajjan Singh, a local businessman, was driving his son and two Chinese neignbour's children to

R.I. ARRIVAL QUIZZED AT AIRPORT [ARTICLE]

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R.I. ARRIVAL QUIZZED AT AIRPORT AN Indonesian air arrival, Mr. Pacsasum Abdul Rahman ,was yesterday interrogated by detectives as he stepped off a plane from Manila m Singapore. Mr. Pacsasum believed to be a religious leader, was questioned m the Customs and Immigration hall for 45 minutes. Later, as he

Planters Talk Over Wages [ARTICLE]

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Planters Talk Over Wages KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Representatives of the Malayan Planting Industries Employers' Association today discussed the setting up of an interim wage agreement for the 230,000 rubber plantation workers. The secretary of the MPIEA. Mr. J. A. T. Perera. said the association will meet the NUPW on June

Cleared Ship Is Held By R.I. Navy [ARTICLE]

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Cleared Ship Is Held By R.I. Navy INDONESIAN vessels, although cleared for South Sumatra sailing by the Indonesian Consular authorities m Singapore, are being subjected to surprise checks and detention m route. i The Indonesian freighter New Asia has been detained at the Indonesian check point of Pulau Samboe since

THE TWO EXPERTS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE TWO EXPERTS M. SERGE Bourguignon, French film director, and M. Jacques Andrefouet, managing director of Pathe Overseas, who arrived n Singapore this week to make a "different kind of short film m countries of the East," including Malaya and the Colony.

OPEN VERDICT ON WOMAN [ARTICLE]

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OPEN VERDICT ON WOMAN THE Singapore Assistant Coroner Inche Ahmad bin Hussein," yesterday returned an open verdict on the death of a woman Ker Tek, 75, who was knocked down by a military truck at the 12 m.s. Jurong Road on the morning of April 16. Ker was removed to

MAN'S BODY RECOVERED FROM TANK [ARTICLE]

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MAN'S BODY RECOVERED FROM TANK THE body of a man who was drowned m a huge sewerage tank m Kirn Chuan Road on Wednesday, was recovered yesterday. City Council workers had been dragging the tank for nearly 24 hours. A watchman had seen a man walk along the edge of

SPORTSMEN TO HOLD MEET [ARTICLE]

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SPORTSMEN TO HOLD MEET THE Singapore Young Men Muslim Association has invited 37 Muslim sports bodies including several from the Arm3 r Navy, Police and Air Force to discuss the forthcoming Muharam sports celebrations for this year. The discussion will be held at the Malay Football Association m Balestier Road

HE'S GUILTY OF $36 EXTORT BID [ARTICLE]

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HE'S GUILTY OF $36 EXTORT BID MALACCA, Thurs. Yew Joo Koon was yesterday found guilty of attempting to extort $36 by putting an amah, Soo Ah Kwan, m fear of injury at Wolferston Road on June 1. The Magistrate, Mr. Ramanatha Iyer, refused ba;l and remanded Yew for a week

Shot Fired In The Air Prevented His Escape [ARTICLE]

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Shot Fired In The Air Prevented His Escape AN assistant customs officer told a Singapore Court yesterday that he had to fire a shot m the air ro stop a man running away. 0 The officer, Mr. Chew Bah Tee .was testifying at the trial of two men. Au Hai

ACE FRENCH FILM MEN TO PRODUCE MALAYAN SHORT [ARTICLE]

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ACE FRENCH FILM MEN TO PRODUCE MALAYAN SHORT TWO Frenchmen, Jacques Andrefouet, managing director of Pathe Films Overseas, and Serge Bourguignon, one 01 France's top independent directors, gave a Press interview yesterday at Shaw Brothers, to explain the new kind of short films including one of Singapore and Malaya— they

GAS FRIDGES ON HIRE PURCHASE SUGGESTION [ARTICLE]

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GAS FRIDGES ON HIRE PURCHASE SUGGESTION THE Public Utilities C tee of the Singapore Council is ronsiclerir.g a gestion to sell gas-operatr frigerators to the public or purchase terms. The Committee w» I the refrigerator;about $340, could be hire the public at $5 a month 68 months. Besides this, the

Police Bill Objections Considered [ARTICLE]

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Police Bill Objections Considered THE Acting Commissioner of Police. Singapore, Mr. A. R. Anderson, has "sympathr f considered" the obje< raised by the i clause m a new empower the Commissioner to dismiss them without the consent of the Governor. Revealing this yesterday, the Police Secretary, Mr Bu Cheow Eang,

REFORMATORY FOR YOUTH [ARTICLE]

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REFORMATORY FOR YOUTH MR JUSTICE Chua Singapore High Court day ordered a youth. Ch Muay, to be sent to c proved school where he coj i learn a trade. Chan and another youth. Tan Kirn Seng. 22. wt week found guilty m I size Court of robbing year-old widow, Tang

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DOWN THE AISLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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DOWN THE AISLE MR. RONALD CATHCART EVANS, manager of Peri il ite. Bahau. m Negri Sembilan, escorts his bride down the aisle of St. Andrew's Church m Kuala Lumpur on Monday. His bride is the former Miss Laura Kirk MacBain, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Macßain of Scotland. Standardpic by Fan.

COURT ORDERS VESSEL TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION [ARTICLE]

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COURT ORDERS VESSEL TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION MR. Jl STICE CHUA m the Singapore High Court yesterday ordered that a vessel. Great Oaks, be appraised and put up for sale by public auction, following an action brought by Choy Peng Kwtn, trading as Weng Chan Engineering Company. The Judge

BODY OF PLANTER FOUND IN JUNGLE [ARTICLE]

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BODY OF PLANTER FOUND IN JUNGLE ALOR STAR, Thurs. A r, Ismail bin Taib. 36. who was missing for live has been found battered to death m a jungle m Kubor .ing. 20 miles from here. A m said ie villagd the area found I body of a The Police

Thevar Elected Vice-President Of The I.L.O. [ARTICLE]

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Thevar Elected Vice-President Of The I.L.O. KUALA LI Thurs.— ved the •nal La: n m Geneva. n on Mr. X at present rep. \vorkers at the ILO c conveying the news received y the Malayan ExecuII Arokiaich Maty ninth are m the conterMr. into ere.

Cabman Beaten In Coffee-shop [ARTICLE]

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Cabman Beaten In Coffee-shop SINGAPORE taxi-driver. B?e Bee, who accepted r of a cup of coffee i nger was la .p by a gang of a coffee-shop m X lay. »ald Quek was as- a gambling disa club earlier m the

POSTAL CHANGES [ARTICLE]

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POSTAL CHANGES MR. Ranjit Singh of the Raub Post Office has been transferred to Temerloh as a Postmaster. His place has n taken by Mr. Tan Tai Juat from Triang. Mr. P. T. Rajasingam, Postmaster Temerloh, has been transferred to Triang m the same capacity.

POLICE FORCE SHORT OF MEN [ARTICLE]

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POLICE FORCE SHORT OF MEN Youths Are Not Keen To Join Up Secretory SINGAPORE Police cannot get a sufficient number of the right type of youth with the required educational qualifications as recruits to the constabulary. As a result, the Force is now under strength, Police Secretary, Mr. Eu Cheow

Three Youths Found Guilty Of Robbery [ARTICLE]

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Three Youths Found Guilty Of Robbery THREE youths. Koh Song Meng 21, Lim Kuang Mong. 16, and Tan Soo Poh. 20, were yesterday found guilty m the Singapore Assize Court of robbing a salesman. Chew Kirn Swee and his girl companion of jewellery worth $120. The Judge. Mr. Justice Buttrose,

Students Eager To Sit For Examination [ARTICLE]

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Students Eager To Sit For Examination KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— Applications were still pouring m rrom Chinese Junior Middle School students m Selangor for the Secondary promotions examination to be held m November, said the State Chief Education Officer Mr. T. K. Taylor. Today was the closing day for applications. Mr.

'STRONG MAN' QUITS PARTY [ARTICLE]

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'STRONG MAN' QUITS PARTY PENANG, Thurs.— "Strong man" of the Penang division of Party Negara, Inche Ustaz Shaikh Ali Baladram, has resigned from the party and may join the Pan-Malayan Islamic Party. His resignation is a shock to many members of Party Negara. He was the division's Information Officer at

Cholera Scare In Central Kedah [ARTICLE]

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Cholera Scare In Central Kedah ALOR STAR, Thurs. People living m the Kota Kuala Muda area m Central Kedah are m the grip of a cholera scare. Thirteen residents In the district were taken to hospital, suffering from what they feared was cholera. The Kedah State Surgeon, Dr. Haji Abdul

'Without Faith You'll Destroy Yourself' [ARTICLE]

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'Without Faith You'll Destroy Yourself' IF a man has no belief m himself he will destroy himself, Inche Saim Noordin, Educational Secretary of the Singapore Malay Literary Association, said yesterday. Inche Noordin, speaking at the 10th anniversary celebrations of the Association, held at Sims Avenue Community Centre, called on all

Man Robbed Of $500 While On Trip [ARTICLE]

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Man Robbed Of $500 While On Trip PENANG, Thurs. Mr. Lim Yeow Kirn of Bukit Mertajam reported to the police that he was robbed of $500 by five unknown men and was warned that he would be killed if he lodged a report. Lim alleged that while he was m

Boey To Act As CID Chief [ARTICLE]

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Boey To Act As CID Chief IPOH. Thurs. Superintendent of Police, Mr. Boev Kok Keat, formerly of Muar and till recently Deputy O/C CID, Perak, has taken ud duties as acting head of the department He took over from Mr. J. M. Gladwell, who left Malaya last Tuesday under the

Three Killed, 16 Hurt In Truck Mishap [ARTICLE]

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Three Killed, 16 Hurt In Truck Mishap ALOR STAR, Thurs.— Three persons were killed and 16 others injured at Jeniang, near Raja Puteh village, yesterday evening. They were travelling m a three-ton truck from the Military camp at Raja Puteh village. The truck while going down a slope overturned after

'ROMANOFF AND JULIET' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'ROMANOFF AND JULIET' THE Malayan Arts Theatre Group staged the comedy, "Romanoff and Ju'iet" at the Kuala Lumpur Town Hall this week. The story is built around the love between the son of a Russian Ambassador and the daughter of an American Ambassador m a European country. In the picture,

MISADVENTURE [ARTICLE]

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MISADVENTURE SINGAPORE Coroner, Mr. Giam Chong Hin, yesterday recorded a misadventure verdict at the close of an inquest on Leon Mau. 45, who died after falling into a drain m Serangoon Road on April 3.

VOLUNTEERS TO HOLD EXERCISE [ARTICLE]

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VOLUNTEERS TO HOLD EXERCISE THE First Battalion, Singapore Volunteer Corps, will hold their group exercise when "insurgent landings" and troop movements will take place on the West Coast of the island on June 14 and 15. On June 14, forces taking part m the exercise will move by road to

CAR MEETS PROWLING TIGER ON THE ROAD [ARTICLE]

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CAR MEETS PROWLING TIGER ON THE ROAD RAUB, Thurs. A full grown tiger growled as the headlights of a car turned on him when the vehicle was negotiating a sharp corner along the Raub-Gap Road on Tuesday niglit at 9 o'clock. It eyed the car* then suddenly dashed across the

Thieves Make A $2,000 Haul [ARTICLE]

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Thieves Make A $2,000 Haul THIEVES broke into a house and got away with cash and jewellery worth more than $2,000 m Boon Leat Terrace. Singapore, yesterday. The front door of the house was forced open while the occupants were away.

'TECS FIND [ARTICLE]

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'TECS FIND A DETECTIVE stopped a man carrying a bundle under his arm m Kelantan Road. Singapore, yesterday. and found four parangs. The man wai detained.

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REBELS AGREE TO TAKE EXAM [ARTICLE]

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REBELS AGREE TO TAKE EXAM School Consents To Re-admit Expelled Pair PENANG, Thurs. Students of the Han Chi ing High Sch(>ol m Green Lane, who went on a "sit-down" strike m the school hall two days ago, have agreed to sit for the Government Secondary Promotion Examination, which will take

MERCHANT TELLS OF EXTORT BID [ARTICLE]

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MERCHANT TELLS OF EXTORT BID A SINGAPORE court was yesterday told of a coincidence which led to the arrest of a man alleged to have attempted to extort from a Colony merchant. Before the court was Ong Beng Leng, a reptile seller, charged with attempting to extort $3,000 from the

FOUR STABBED [ARTICLE]

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FOUR STABBED THREE adults and a student were stabbed last night during what the police described as a family quarrel. It happened at Jalan Bugis off Pudu Road, Kuala Lumpur.

THEATRE BOUQUET [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THEATRE BOUQUET A BOUQUET for Puan Sharif ah Rodziah (seen receiving it from Miss Janet Foo) and a programme for Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman, smiling after accepting it from Che Zahariah binte Mohamed Hashim (m baju and kebaya). The Tunku and his wife attended the premier of "Romanoff and

No Reserved Pool For Life Savers [ARTICLE]

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No Reserved Pool For Life Savers THE Estates and Fire Brigade Committee of the Singapore City Council yesterday turned down a request by the Life Guard Corps to reserve Mount Emily Swimming pool to train youths m swimming and life saving. The Corps informed the Council it would provide voluntary

T.W.I. Scheme Vital For The Colony [ARTICLE]

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T.W.I. Scheme Vital For The Colony SINGAPORE Government should be greatly indebted to the various commercial and industrial establish* ments, the Army and the Naval Dockyard, who responded magnificently to make the Training Within Industry scheme a success, Mr. Samuel Abishegam, said yesterday. I Mr. Abishegam, Supervisory Training Officer, left

TEACHERS' FEDERATION MEETING [ARTICLE]

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TEACHERS' FEDERATION MEETING THE Singapore Graduate Teachers' Association will summon a meeting of all teacheis' unions and associations m vr.e Colony on June 29 to make preliminary arrangements 1o form a national organization for teachers. Last night the association held a discussion ana elected a sub-committee to pre Dare for

Church Youth To Hold Variety Show [ARTICLE]

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Church Youth To Hold Variety Show THE Prinsep Street Presbyterian Youth Fellowship will present a variety concert, "Rendezvous At 8.30," m aid of the Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church Building Fund, at the Cultural Centre m Fort Canning on June 14 at 8.30 p.m. The concert will be compered by Mr.

MAYOR'S 'NO' TO PROTEST OF WORKERS [ARTICLE]

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MAYOR'S 'NO' TO PROTEST OF WORKERS SINGAPORE City Council employees yesterday lodged a protest with the Chief Administrative OffiVer against Mayor Ong Eng Guan and Mr. Ong promptly rejected the protest on grounds that it was based on 1 misunderstanding. The workers sent their protest through the Staff Side of

PROBLEMS OF YOUTH [ARTICLE]

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PROBLEMS OF YOUTH SINGAPORE Education the Association were presentMinister Mr Chew Swpp Kpp e d certificate* m the teaching rammer, Mr. Lhe* swee Kee. Qf drama by Mr Cnew said that Government with its limitations would have t( face the problems of channeling the energy of youth. He said this

UNITY MOVE BY SPORE SEAMEN [ARTICLE]

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UNITY MOVE BY SPORE SEAMEN THE foundation for ouilding a single ru trade union for Si pore's 15,000 seamen laid by about 400 seafa at the Victoria Menu Hall last night. They decided that the ti <■ trade unions represen: them should dissolve ana reform under one flag *v. Tb

Move To Expel Party Member [ARTICLE]

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Move To Expel Party Member PENANG. Thurs. Tne Sungei Pinang branch of the Labour Party of Maiaya will move a resolution at the forthcoming Penang conference calling for the expulsion of Mr. N. Arokiasamy from the Labour Party The hon. secretary of the branch. Mr. Kang Eng Wan, said the

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COMMUNAL STRIFE IS A DANGER I Don't Be Isolated, I Warns Minister It 1 THE Minister for Communications and Works, Mr. Francis Thomas, yesterday warned that if no moves eg were made m Singapore towards a common culture, there would remain a real danger of communal strife. Addressing students at

RUBBER & TIN PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER TIN PRICES CLOSING rubber prices (cents per Ib.) m Singapore yesterday were= Buyers Sellers Spot (nom.) 73? 74] R.S.S. No. 1 73J 74 R.S.S No. 1 (July) 73i 73} R.S.S. No 2 U\ 72 R.S.S. No. 3 64! 651 Tone: Quietly steady. The price of tin m Singapore yesterday

Colony T.B. Survey Affects 50,000 [ARTICLE]

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Colony T.B. Survey Affects 50,000 THE first systematic tuberculosis survey m Singapore will be conducted under the Colombo Plan by experts from Australia beginning from July 1 and lasting iour months. This was announced last night m a talk over Radio Malaya by the Medical Superintendent and Chest Physician of

2 WIN QUEEN'S SCHOLARSHIPS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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2 WIN QUEEN'S SCHOLARSHIPS MISS SI HOE SING YIN, 19, a former pupil of the Fairfield Girls School and the Victoria School and Mr. Chou Tai Yun, 21, who studied at the Catholic High School and St. Andrew's School, have won the Queen's Scholarships for this year. Miss Si Hoe

Remains Member For Life Says DSP [ARTICLE]

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Remains Member For Life Says DSP AN active secret society member never ceases to be a member lest he may be ''haunted by his enemies." Deputy Superintendent of Police, Mr. Koh Lian Wah told a Colony Court yesterday. Mr. Koh was replying to a question put to him by the

Sack For Union Chief: Talks Fail NEGOTIATIONS between [ARTICLE]

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Sack For Union Chief: Talks Fail NEGOTIATIONS between the Singapore Glass Manufacturers ComDany m Henderson Road and the General Employees' Union broke down las: night, following the firm's refusal to re-instate a retrenched worker. The union immediately served a three-day ultimatum on the company to reengag.e the employee, or face

S'PORE DANCE CONTEST [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE DANCE CONTEST THE 1958 Singapore PreAmateur Ballroom Dance Championship will be held at the Great World Cabaret on July 4 and 5. Sponsored by the International Society of Teachers of Dancing, Singapore and the Federation, the championship is open to all Singapore and Federation dancers who have never won

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$100 M. IN FACTORY PROJECTS [ARTICLE]

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$100 M. IN FACTORY PROJECTS IN MALAYA Tan On Proposals For Invesfment KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— Since the announcement m Malaya of her new policy for the development of secondary industries, the Federation Government has received enquiries for the establishment of factories involving capital expenditure amounting to $100,000,000. This was stated

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT OUTER ROADS London Maru. Inchislay. Clan tfacbride Oulida. Barito, Azuma Vlaru, Theta Star, Scudai. Dukat, Danakil. Gordian. Batoela. Norse Lady. TOll2 Peng, Bronxville. Femside. Benavon, Flying Independent, Bakongan. Kasimbar. Belinda. Troon Breeze, Sanana. Santhia. T M. \M., MB (504 B. Sty. Selo, Hanyang. Fred. Clover, Crestes, statius

Banks To Lower Advance Rates [ARTICLE]

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Banks To Lower Advance Rates banks will lower their rates for advances by one-quarter per cent as from next Monday. i Announcement of the re- duction was made yesterday by the Malayan Exchange Banks Association. The reduction m rate will apply to all categories of ades, and will form the

U.S. Shipping More Frozen Poultry Here [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Shipping More Frozen Poultry Here MVLAYA is buying more chilled and frozen poultry from the United States. Latest reports supplied by the IS. Department of Agriculture indicate that m three years, exports of this commodity to Malaya have increased by nearly 45 per cent. In 1934. United States supplied

BANK RATES [ARTICLE]

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BANK RATES THE Malayan Exchange Banks Association made the following changes m its rate s to mer- yesterday: Canada: buying. T.T. 31-3/4. U-7/8. 90 days 32-3/16 credit bills. 32-5/16 trade bills. Selling. T.T. or OD. ready were: Canada 31-3/8; French *****; Italian Lire *****. Other exchange rates remain unaltered

Bata's $lm. Klang Shoe Factory [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Bata's $lm. Klang Shoe Factory THE MODERN factory t pictured here is the new t $1,000,000 extension of Bata y shoe factory m Klang, which was orficially declar- > ed open by the Sultan of Selangor on Monday. j Launching of this factory c extension is an expression of Bata's

Rice For Philippines [ARTICLE]

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Rice For Philippines MANILA. June 5 (UPI) The U.S. has agreed to finance i the sale of U554,100,000 worth < of rice to the Philippines. c The first shipment of rice c from the U.S. is expected next month. i A joint U.S.-Philippines offi- < cial statement said the agree-

Cotton Imports [ARTICLE]

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Cotton Imports >f cotton into .Taoan the first half (A MilOO bales (500 DC of 18 first 6

All Sections Of Shares Are Easier [ARTICLE]

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All Sections Of Shares Are Easier ALTHOUGH industrials and tins opened steadier m the Malayan share market yesterday, all sections were a shade easier at the close. The turnover was small. Price changes announced by the Malayan Sharebrokers Association were--IN'DUSTBIALS Buyers Sellers B.B. Petrol 43 45/- xd Fraser and Neave:

Business Done [ARTICLE]

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Business Done MALAYAN sharebrokers reported the following business done yesterday Fraser and Neave ords $2.43. i $2.46; Gammon $1.95, Sl.9(i; Hammer $154, $1.55: H. Waugh $1.25 also immediate: Jackson $1.05; M. Cement $1.33; M Box $1.67; OCBC $21J; Robinson ords $1.61 ready and delayed; Cold Storage 84c. 83ic; Steamship 68ic

Tobacco Crop Shows Rise [ARTICLE]

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Tobacco Crop Shows Rise MEXICO'S 1957-58 tobacco crop is forecast at 80,900,000 pounds, significantly larger than the 1956-57 crop of 73.--600.000. This is the second successive year of larger crops since production dropped sharply to 63,000,000 pounds m 1955-56.

Fall In Aussie Exports [ARTICLE]

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Fall In Aussie Exports CANBERRA. June 5 (Reuten A fall of almost 30 per cent m the value of Australian exports durins May this year has reduced the favourable Australian trade balance for the first eleven months of 1957-58 to £A36,800,000. This is revealed m figures released today by the

Reserve Bank Governor Entertained [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Reserve Bank Governor Entertained GOVERNOR of the Reserve Bank of India, Mr. H. V. R. leng&r. was entertained at a cocktail party, at the Sea View Hotel on Wednesday given by Mr. J. N. Mehta, manager of the Singapore branch of the Bank of India, Ltd. More than 300 guests

Handcrafted Dolls For This Fair [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Handcrafted Dolls For This Fair THIS YEAR'S Washington International Trade Fair during its 10-day run m Seattle m April, drew record attendances. Spectators totalled 53.--825 compared with 30.453 last year,, while buyers numbered 1,446. compared with 1,135 m 1957. Malaya entered the fair for the first time. One of her

May Tin Output [ARTICLE]

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May Tin Output Malayan tin exports last month totalled 4.164 tons, against 3,875 tons m April, according to preliminary May figures. Total exports m the first five months this year amounted to 22.973 tons compared with 31.082 tons m the same period of 1957.

PRODUCE [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE SINGAPORE ChUiese Pro •luce Exchange noon closing Drices ocr pfrul veslerdav were: copra June/July U.K. Continent S3IJ buyers $32J sellers coconut oil m bulk $48 sellers; m drums $51 sellers; Muntok white pepper $121 sellers; Sarawak white $120 sellers; Special Sarawak black $69. H.C.B Ltd: Bombay copra May, $33

Pakistan-China Barter Pact [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan-China Barter Pact KARACHI, June 5, (Reuter) Pakistan has signed a barter trade agreement with China for the purchase of coal m exchange for Pakistani cotton, it is authoritatively stated. China will sell 150,000 tons of coal and Pakistan will supply about 15,000 bales of cotton.

Trade With R.I. Up In First Quarter [ARTICLE]

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Trade With R.I. Up In First Quarter PENANG. Thurs. In the first quarter of this year, Indonesia exported to Penang $24,181,000 worth of goods, against $21,308,000 for the corresponding period last year. I Penang's counter exports were valued at $1,643,000, against $1,224,000 for ihe same quarter. This was disclosed by

Company To Develop Car Market In Australia [ARTICLE]

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Company To Develop Car Market In Australia A NEW company will be formed in Australia to develop the Australian market for Mercedes-Benz trucks, cars and engines. This was made known in a recent joint announcement by Dr. F. Konecke. president of Daimler-Benz A. G.. Germany, and The Standard Motor Products

Rubber Quietly Steady [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Quietly Steady SINGAPORE rubber price closed at 73j cents per lb. for International first grade June shipment, unchanged on the previous close. The market opener lower on disappointing overjseas advices and ruled quiet until announcement of export figures brought m some covering. At the higher levels profittaking took place

Record Shipments [ARTICLE]

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Record Shipments MALAYAN rubber exports m May totalled 96.999 I the highest monthly figun far this year, according to preliminary stati Export figure for the previous months were: Jar 91,276 tons; February 84.272 tons; March 89,526 tons; April 78.617 tons. May exports bring the total m the first five months

Farm Goods Worth US $4.5M [ARTICLE]

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Farm Goods Worth US $4.5M LAST YEAR, like the previous year was a record breaker for U.S. agricultural exn< Shipments of U554.588.000 were 8 per cent higher than 195ti's U554. 169.000

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A Royal Start But In A Hall That Is Half-Empty [ARTICLE]

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A Royal Start But In A Hall That Is Half-Empty A ROYAL visitor, Princess Galyani Vadhana, elder sister of the King of Thailand, arrived at 8.00 p.m. and was escorted to her seat by the President of the Badminton Association of Malaya, Mr. Heah Joo Seang. She was followed by

ALL FOUR GAMES TAKEN TO THE 'RUBBER' Thailand 4 U.S.A. 0 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ALL FOUR GAMES TAKEN TO THE 'RUBBER' Thailand 4 U.S.A. 0 LEONG HEW MENG By Who brings you all the thrills m the opening round of the INTER-ZONE semi-final. STANDARD SPECIAL SCORECARD SINGLES (Tonight June 6 8.00 S.B.A. Hall). 1. Armendariz Vs. Pinit Pattabongse 2. Jim Poole Vs. Charoen 3.

Denmark Versus Indonesia [ARTICLE]

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Denmark Versus Indonesia DENMARK will meet Indonesia tomorrow night and Sunday night at the Badminton Hall. The draw was held last night lowing are the fixtures: SATURDAY: First Singles: Finn Kobbero vs. Ferry Sonneville. Second Singles: Erland Ko- Tan Joe limit. First Doubles: Finn Kobbero 11. llansen vs. Ngoo Kirn

DISPUTE HOLDS UP PLANS [ARTICLE]

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DISPUTE HOLDS UP PLANS ROME. June 5 ißeuter>.— building the athlete.s r the 1960 Olympic Games In Rome may be held up by a dispute over archiDlans. Rome newspapers reported today. The .irted three vee.< m accordance ins by five architects, but a sixth, professor Claudio Longo. has served notice

BALLYMOSS WINS [ARTICLE]

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BALLYMOSS WINS J. McShain's Bal.ymoss the Coronation Cup run one mile and a half at m. Surrey, yesterday. M. :ic was second Prince Alv Khan's .1 third. Five ran.

YOUR TRAFFIC PROBLEM [ARTICLE]

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YOUR TRAFFIC PROBLEM GUILLEMARD ROAD. Singapore, will be closed to traffic after 6 p.m., during the Thomas Cup d matches at the Badminton Hall. jrongs between Geylang Road and Guillemard will also be blocked. lucg will be allowed on both sides of Guillemard

Close Of Play Scores [ARTICLE]

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Close Of Play Scores LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) Close of play cricket scores in today's matches were: At Lords. Middlesex 149 and 256 for eight. (R. Gale 101, P. Parfitt 58. Hampshire 171, A Moss seven for 68). At the Oval. Surrey 378 for five declared K. Barrington 62 not

Pakistan Hockey Team Booked For 3 Games [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pakistan Hockey Team Booked For 3 Games PAKISTAN, Asian Games hockey champions, have agreed to play three matches two in Singapore and one in the Federation on their return from Tokyo. This was announced by the secretary of the Singapore Hockey Association, Mr. Yogarajah after he had received a cable

MAY TO ENGLAND'S RESCUE IN TEST [ARTICLE]

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MAY TO ENGLAND'S RESCUE IN TEST Hits 84 Runs EDGBASTON, Birmingham, June 5, (Reuter) New Zealand, after dismissing England for 221, had scored 41. for three by the close of play on the opening day of the first cricket Test here today. England were all out for 221 runs at

LADIES GOLF [ARTICLE]

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LADIES GOLF FOLLOWING are results of the Ladies Golf Union played on Sunday: "A" Division Winner: Mrs. G Hodgkinson (90-16 74). Runner-up Mrs. J. Bartholomew (91-17 74). "B" Division Winner. Miss T. Bate (93-25 68). Runner-up Mrs. A. Blitz (106-30 76).

H.K. SWAMPED [ARTICLE]

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H.K. SWAMPED INDIA'S national hockey team, which recently competed m the Asian Games, yesterday beat a Hongkong selection 22—1 after leading 9—l at half-time. Reuter.

Turf Club Vs. Bookies [ARTICLE]

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Turf Club Vs. Bookies IPOH Thurs Perak Turf Club has decided to increase the maximum winning pool for the twodigit lottery which it will introduce as the "foi pool" at the forthcoming Derby meeting from $14,000 to $28,000 This decision has been taken, The Standard was told late tonight by

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English Rugby Coach To Be Barred From Field During Match [ARTICLE]

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English Rugby Coach To Be Barred From Field During Match SYDNEY. June 5 (Reuter) Jim Brough, English rugby league coach will be barred from going on to the field of play during next Saturday's match against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Brough. who also acts as trainer

17 RUNNERS FOR THE OAKS TODAY [ARTICLE]

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17 RUNNERS FOR THE OAKS TODAY LONDON, June 5 (Reuter). —There are 17 probable runthe Oaks to be run over a mile and a half at I r at 1420 GMT Wheel (L Piggott). zer (J. Mercer), MisTine. (D. Smith), V Breasley), Alossaire (D. Ryan), Bella Paola Garcia), YIP. (J.

Pakistan Team Overwhelm Hongkong [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan Team Overwhelm Hongkong HONGKONG. June 5 (Rev- -tan's national team yesterday beat an ng team b y 7-€ m match, here before a record crowd. re was 1-0. Hafeez opening the :x minutes ~ian Games ely be- layers rk. vere Zaka and both of whom netted I Hongkong's only

EASY WIN [ARTICLE]

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EASY WIN KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Mercantile Bank Sports Club gained an easy 6—2 victory over Selangor Medicals and Health Sports Club m their FAS division 111 League played at Taylor Road today.

Marching Orders For Red Delegates [ARTICLE]

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Marching Orders For Red Delegates STOCKHOLM, June 5 (Reuter) Mr. Arthur Drewry, British President ol the F.1.F.A., (International Football Federation* ordered the Communist Chinese delegates out of the Congress Hall here today after a clash over Chinese Nationalist membership. The communists tried to address the Congress after losing a motion

P.B.A. ASKED TO RE-DRAW ALL TIES [ARTICLE]

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P.B.A. ASKED TO RE-DRAW ALL TIES PENANG, Thurs. The Penang Badminton Association have been requested by the standing committee of the Badminton Association of Malaya to re-draw all ties lor the Malayan open badminton championships to be held at the Han Chiang High School from June 19 to 22. The

OLYMPIC WEEK [ARTICLE]

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OLYMPIC WEEK WASHINGTON. June 5 (Reuter) President Eisenhower today signed a bill which sets aside a week beginning next October 13 as "national Olympic week." The aim is to promote interest m United States participation m the cominc Olympic and Pan-American camp?

Russia Invites Aussie Tennis Star [ARTICLE]

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Russia Invites Aussie Tennis Star BRISBANE. June 5 (Reuter) Young Queensland tennis star Roy Emerson, 21. is considering making a tour of Russia. Emerson has been unofficially approached to go to Russia by former Brisbane dentist Mr. Z. Darveniza. who spent a month there during a recent world tour. While

GAMESMEN RETURN [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GAMESMEN RETURN HERE are some of the 50 Gamesmen and officials who returned on Wednesday night from Tokyo where the Third Asian Games just concluded. Standardpic.

P.T.C.S.C. ECLECTIC COMPETITION [ARTICLE]

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P.T.C.S.C. ECLECTIC COMPETITION IPOH. Thurs. Making a score of 83-15-68, Mrs. K. Scrimgeour won the P.T.C. Sports Club's eclectic competition held throughout last month. Runner-up was Mrs. A. Soames with a score of 98--18-71. The club bogey medal was won by Mrs. Lincoln Leong tall square) with Mrs. M. White

WORLD CUP WRESTLING [ARTICLE]

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WORLD CUP WRESTLING TOKYO. June 5, (Reuter)— The Japan Amateur Wrestling Association said yesterday two officials and seven amateur wrestlers would participate m the World Cup tiing matches to be held from June 21 to 23 m Sofia. Bulgaria, and the GrecoRoman style world championships to be held m mid-July

Return Clash Between Ray And Rajoros [ARTICLE]

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Return Clash Between Ray And Rajoros KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— Big time boxing will be revived m the Federal Capital when Singapore's Ray Ming Chan meets Thailand's Nai Rajoros m a return fight at the Chinwoo Stadium this Saturday. The fight, over ten twominute rounds, will be on a winner-take-all basis.

$12,000 To Olympic Council [ARTICLE]

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$12,000 To Olympic Council PENANG, Thurs.— The hon. treasurer of the Penang State Appeal Committee. Federation of Malaya Olympic Council, Mr. Loh Hoot Yeang, said today that a sum of 312,000 has been sent to the Federation of Malaya Olympic Council. The fund is now closed and Mr. Loh would

Akins Tipped As The Next World Champion [ARTICLE]

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Akins Tipped As The Next World Champion SAINT LOUIS. Missouri, June 5, (AFP)— Virgil Akins was favoured yesterday to win the vacant world welterweight title when he meets Vince Martinez m a 15-rounder m Saint Louis Arena tomorrow. Both men reached the top m an elimination tournament organized by the

2nd HALF RALLY [ARTICLE]

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2nd HALF RALLY A brilliant second half goal scored by Muniandy gave Public Works Dept. Sports Club a hard earned 2-1 win against Survey Sports Clubs m their FAS division II league match played on the Cheras Road ground here today.

JOSKER DOES SMASHING TRIAL [ARTICLE]

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JOSKER DOES SMASHING TRIAL WINDSOR LAD Brings You All The Final GaUops At Ipoh The Class 4 Stayer Cracks 375. For 3f. IPOH, Thurs. TWO of Keith Daniels' candidates, Josker 111 ?nd Reasonable, created a stir among the track watchers this morning when they reeled off three furlongs m 36

S. Africa's Apartheid Policy Boomerangs [ARTICLE]

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S. Africa's Apartheid Policy Boomerangs JOHANNESBURG. June 5 (AFP) South Africa'i apartheid policy m sports has boomeranged under s-ure from international sports organizations and is becommg almost as difficult to apply as m diplomacy, the Evening Star reported yesterday. The paper's political co--respondent, m a front page story, recalled the

GETTING READY FOR CARDIFF [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GETTING READY FOR CARDIFF AUSTRALIAN swimming team for the Empire Games at Cardiff is ex pected to dominate all th< events. Members of the team are training hard to keep fit. Here is 18-year old Beverley Bain bridge exercising with a 16 1b medicine ball. She is Australian butterfly champion.

OLYMPIC GAMES [ARTICLE]

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OLYMPIC GAMES ROME. June 5 (Reuter) Thirty-nine countries ha\ far informed the Italian Organising Committee that will take part m the Olympic Games m Rome.

500 m.p.h. Car Built For Campbell [ARTICLE]

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500 m.p.h. Car Built For Campbell LONDON, June 5 (Renter) A jet-propelled car capable of 500 miles per hour is being built for speed king Mr. Donald Campbell, the Daily Herald reports today. The newspaper's motoring correspondent says that Campbell hopes to use the car to break the late John

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BADMINTON: 7 Cup: America Badminton Stadium 8 p.m. ATHLETICS: Go> Seng School annual sports School ground 3 p.m. KUALA LUMPUR SOCCER— Dr. 1. S.C R.C. vs. U.M.N.O. T.P.C.A.: Div. 2. Sel. Club. vs. Police Depot. Depot. Grd.: Young Malayt vs. S.I.R.S.C. S.C.R.C.; Div. 3. T.P.C.A. v*. Ramnad Dist. Kg. Bahru;

Rod And James Fight It Out [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Rod And James Fight It Out "/^ET >m In trouble m the first reel and keep 'em there until the end" That Is the suspense formula of producer-director-writer Andrew L. Stone, who filmed "Cry Terror!" for M-G-M with a cast headed by James Mason. Rod Steiger and Inger Stevens. "We

Autumn Baby For Virginia [ARTICLE]

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Autumn Baby For Virginia \TIRGIS I A McKenna. V blond--of CARVE HER N WITH PRIDE, announces Hus- yivood 0 his M Geordie.' nvrf B:'I are with THE VMER c Rank Ore. The Sha'id the Pt

A Prayer At Midnight [ARTICLE]

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A Prayer At Midnight TT was midnight. A violent thunderstorm raged. And sound expert John Mitchell set off on one of the strangest jobs of his career to record prayer calls inside the mausoleum of the Taj Mahal, in India, for use on the sound track of the WIND CANNOT

This Western Has Some Very Fast Shooting [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This Western Has Some Very Fast Shooting nau to give Santa the bird, question the stork theory or throw rocks at Mother's Day, WriterRobert Buckner nevertheless has the teme- > take a pot shot at another corner-stone of the ;cau credo the western movie. His courage is all the more

'Untypical Problems for Mr. and Mrs... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Untypical Problems for Mr. and Mrs... bvnbmn,,k. wr m 4<r pHE High Cost of Loving" stars Jose Ferrer and beautiful screen newcomer, Gena Rowlands, m a comedy about Jim and Virginia, a typical American husband and wife, who encounter some untypical problems after nine years of marriage when Virginia tells

Sunshine? Certainly Said The Witch Doctor [ARTICLE]

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Sunshine? Certainly Said The Witch Doctor 'THE witch doctor was an old man. His faded eyes were sunk deep m their sockets. His influence was great m the Valley of a Thousand Hills, Natal, where the Rank Organisation's film unit made "NOR THE MOON BY NIGHT." He sat apart, brooding,

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'TODAYS QUOTATION: mm mmm "It is necessity and not I pleasure that compels us.** I Dante FRIDAY FOR EVERY- H^ s^^t%J ONE: A trend favourable to I travel, plans, distant m- I terests operates today. I iL^^^^^^^^lTil Otherwise the day lends it- WM self to dealings with K^^^^^^k^M higher-ups and

WORLD NEWS

NO VIKINGS? SEVEN SET SAIL TO PROVE ACTOR WRONG [ARTICLE]

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NO VIKINGS? SEVEN SET SAIL TO PROVE ACTOR WRONG BERGEN, June 5 (Reuter)— Seven Norwegians yesterday set out In a 19-ton Viking ship from this West Coast Fjord Harbour to cero s the Atlantic and prove that the Viking spirit still lives on. More than 20,000 people, many of them

NASSER PLEDGES HIS SUPPORT [ARTICLE]

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NASSER PLEDGES HIS SUPPORT Nothing Will Deter Us From Helping Cyprus, He Says CAIRO, June 5 (Reuter) President Nasser of the United Arab Republic said here tonight: "We support freedom ior Cyprus for as long as it is not free, there is no guarantee for either our freedom, or independence."

'Means To Restore Calm Will Be Used' [ARTICLE]

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'Means To Restore Calm Will Be Used' Election Unrest In Portugal LISBON. June 5 (Reuter) Dr. Antonio de Oliveira Salazar, Prime Minister of Portugal said here last nigtit the Government would "use all means at the disposal of authority" to restore an atmosphere of calm m the country. The Premier

A 'WALKING ARSENAL' [ARTICLE]

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A 'WALKING ARSENAL' NEW YORK. June 5 (UPD U.S. Police arrested a •schoolboy with yellow hands m New Jersey. The yellow stain came from the most deadly of a quantity of stolen explosives. The youth was described as a "walking arsenal" with enough explosive to "blow up half the town."

WIFE FED HIM DOGFOOD [ARTICLE]

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WIFE FED HIM DOGFOOD CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, June 5 (Reuter) Donald Coxon was granted a divorce here when a judge ruled that being given a meal of dogfood was "cruel and abusive treatment." Coxon told the judge he complained to his wife: "This food isn't fit for a dog." He said

'ACTION BY GOVT. WAS BELATED' [ARTICLE]

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'ACTION BY GOVT. WAS BELATED' Ceylon Opposition Leader's Charge COLOMBO, Ceylon, June 5 (UPI) The leader of the Opposition m Ceylon's Government said yesterday the island's situation was "grave" and that the Government's declaration of a state of emergency was "fully justified." Dr. N. M. Perera said, however, that the

Arrested For Defying Court Order [ARTICLE]

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Arrested For Defying Court Order HONOLULU, Hawaii, June 5, (Reuter). Commander Albert Bigelow, formerly of the United States Navy, and skipper of the ketch "Golden Rule," was arrested here today at the dockside as he was about to board the boat to sail into the Eniwetok nuclear test area, m

OPIUM ADDICTS CROWD SHOP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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OPIUM ADDICTS CROWD SHOP OPIUM addicts crowd a shop m Dacca after India resumed shipments to East Pakistan after an eight-month suspension. India normally supplies 6.000 lbs. of opium annualy to non-opium growing East Pakistan. Distributing: through 300 shops m the province, the government had drastically reduced the quota to

Bataan 'Death March' Hero Dies In Hospital [ARTICLE]

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Bataan 'Death March' Hero Dies In Hospital SAN FRANCISCO. June 5. (UPI). Father John Edward Duffy, Batan "death march" survivor and former national chaplain of the American Leg'on, died yesterday in Letterman Veterans Hospital here. He was 58. Duffy recently served as pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Church at

Party Chief Calls For Change In Vote System [ARTICLE]

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Party Chief Calls For Change In Vote System LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) Mr. Joseph Grimmond, leader of the Liberal Party, today called for reform of Ine British electoral system to give Liberals fairer representation m Parliament. In an official Party pamphlet, he claimed that Liberals who have been seizing many

Charged With Sister's Killing [ARTICLE]

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Charged With Sister's Killing LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) Bernard Smith, 69, vacationing New York furnituredealer, was charged here yesterday with the murder of his sister, Mrs. Lila Gilman m a London Hotel room. He was remanded m custody until June 12.

CROSS LEAVES [ARTICLE]

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CROSS LEAVES THE retiring: Governor of Tasmania, Sir Rona'.d Cross, left Hobart with his family by air yesterday at the completion of seven years as Governor. Reuter.

Ike's Views Sought On Aid Plan For Satellites [ARTICLE]

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Ike's Views Sought On Aid Plan For Satellites WASHINGTON, June 5. (UPI). Senate Republican leaders today sought President Eisenhower's views on a pian which would give him broad discretion m authorizing economic aid to Iron Curtain satellites. Senate Republican leader William F. Knowland, of California, said the plan was on

Marquess, 72, Seeks A Divorce [ARTICLE]

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Marquess, 72, Seeks A Divorce LONDON. June 5 (Reuter) A divorce petition by the 72-year-old Marquess of Northampton against the 36--year-old Marchioness, a former land girl on her husband's estate, has been set down for hearing m the London Divorce Court, it wa s announced yesterday. The petition m the

DR. EISENHOWER [ARTICLE]

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DR. EISENHOWER WASHINGTON. June 5, (Reuter).— The U.S. State Department announced yesterday that Dr. Milton Eisenhower. President Eisenhower's brother, would delay a factfinding visit to Central America.

Electronic Brain Speed-Up Urged [ARTICLE]

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Electronic Brain Speed -Up Urged WASHINGTON, June 5. (UPI) The U.S. Air Force said yesterday it expected uo have m production by 1962 an electronic brain capable of translating Russian books at the press of a button. Air Force Assistant Secretary Dudley C. Sharp disclosed the project to a House

COUSIN OF QUEEN TO MARRY A NURSE [ARTICLE]

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COUSIN OF QUEEN TO MARRY A NURSE LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) A cousin of the Queen is to marry an Irish nurse, it was announced today. He is the 40-year-old Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. His bride-to-be is Miss Mary Brennan. who is m her eaxly thirties. The couple met

DEATH RAY [ARTICLE]

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DEATH RAY A DEATH- RAY has been invented by a retired electrical engineer m the United States. Galen Hieronymus claimed that his electronic device can "kill or cure" people thousands of miles away.- UPI

Taking Shape —A Plane To Crash 'Heat Barrier [ARTICLE]

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Taking Shape A Plane To Crash 'Heat Barrier LONDON, June 5 (Reuter) Britain was today reported io be developing a stainless steel research craft to crash the "heat barrier" and fly at three ti the speed of sound. This 2,000 miles-per-hour plane may be the prototype of future supersonic jet

NUCLEAR POWER BLUEPRINT OUTLINED [ARTICLE]

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NUCLEAR POWER BLUEPRINT OUTLINED WASHINGTON, J (UPI) The Energy Commission j day unveiled a new print for develop mically competitive electric power wi\ years m friendly abroad and w m the Unitea S Commissioner Harold s Vance outlined the pr, me before a Congre Atomic Energy Sub-c tee. He announced

RED CHINA 'EMBITTERED' [ARTICLE]

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RED CHINA 'EMBITTERED' HONGKONG. June 5 ter). Mr. Brahm 1 Member of the Indian ment. said on his urn from Peking that the p< Communist China wen tered by beir. "rightful position" m the Uo I ed Nations. Mr. Terkash whe member mission sj the India-China Friei sociation. said h

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