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23 SEP 1952 Singapore Standard JR. M 3. VOL. HI NO. 83 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1952. 12 PAGES FIFTEEN CENTS

MENONS: POLICE ARE BACK [ARTICLE]

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MENONS: POLICE ARE BACK May Fly ToMadras Again t ornea ring Standard Staff Reporter TWO SINGAPORE Police officers, Mr. E. J. Linse!!, Assistant Superintendent of Police, and Inspector A. Gopalon, who flew to Madras with warrants to take SAr. C. G. Menon and his Singapore Legislative Councillor wife, Mrs. Vilasini

He Tells Of Life In Red Cells [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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He Tells Of Life In Red Cells i spent igg- er 13 tg :ui -mug- Wl LIAM JAMES

Clothing Magnate Dies [ARTICLE]

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Clothing Magnate Dies i dinner

Flying Saucers [ARTICLE]

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Flying Saucers CASABLANCA. S<-r>t. 22 iR..» liter). rhou«anda taw a dazztLBg metallic "l\MrU sk::.*- zjuiTi over CaiaWaoaca »t ipeed lafti nu'it It visibie tot

Top Red One Of 5 Bandits Forces Slew [ARTICLE]

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Top Red One Of 5 Bandits Forces Slew KI.JALA LUMPUR, Mon With the killing oi five more terrorists yesterday the total to date this month is S3. Three were wounded, two captured and as many surrendered. On the killed was 32---old Chan Ah Yok a senior men. »1 the lla

POPE IS WELL [ARTICLE]

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POPE IS WELL I LGANDOLFO Ita Sepl UP).— Pope Pius XII ecovered today from recent slight cold and {0 iTtmnce and recited his regular mass at 11 am He :nss audience yesterto 4.000 pi gi ima at his sumi c ber*

Keightlei In HK [ARTICLE]

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Keightlei In HK HONGKONG, Sept. 22—Lieutenam General Sir Charles F. Keightley, British Far Eastern i d Forces Commander-in-Chief. arrived here today from Singapore on a routine inspection of the Hongkong garrison. Rear Admiral Eric G.A. Clif- >rd, ne w Fl ig Officer Soc^nd-in-Command, British Far Eastern X:ival Station, arrived here

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Sir Stanley Unwia (centre) chairman of the British book publishers, (ieorgp Allen and I nvvin Ltd. and past president of the British Publishers' Association and an author, arrived m Singapore by Air Ceylon yesterday for a three-day visit. He was accompanied by his son. David (ri«ht) a well known author

Mystery A-Plane Returning [ARTICLE]

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Mystery A -Plane Returning A ROYAL Air Force Hastings aircraft which arrived on Sunday at Onflow, north-west Australia with Dr. W. G. Penney, British scientific director of the forthcoming atomic weapon test.-. t i\d other leading British scientists left there today, it was believed, for Singapore, according to a Reuter-AAP

U.S. May Offer Aid To Varsity [ARTICLE]

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U.S. May Offer Aid To Varsity THE UNIVERSITY of Malaya might receive some help from the United States for specific purposes, but it is unlikely that there would be American help towards the cost of the building. Tills was stated yesterday by Sir Sydney Came, ViceChancellor of the University. Sir

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photo. REMEMBER THIS PICTIRI Mrs. Vilasini Menon takes the oath as a Legislative Councillor at the first meeting: of the Council after the elections m April 1951. Sir Franklin (.iinson the then Governor of Singapore and the Attorney-Gen-eral Mr. E J. Davies are seen m the background.- Standard

JB Cashier Remanded [ARTICLE]

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JB Cashier Remanded JOHORE BAHRU, Mon Having failed to find surety acceptable to the Court. Chow Sze King 1 former cashier of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. Johore Bahru, who was charged m the Sessions Court, with cheating the Bunk and obtaining $1,237,700 and was allowed bail m s:>0.000

New Bid To Rob Duchess [ARTICLE]

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New Bid To Rob Duchess IYER, Central England. Sept. 22 (Reuter) A policeman pounced on two men trying to break into the Duchess of Kent's home here shortly after midnight last night. A struggle took place and the men escaped m a waiting car. Police were alerted throughout the district.

Ship Aground Off N. Borneo [ARTICLE]

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Ship Aground Off N. Borneo MANILA. Sept. 22 (AP)— A fleet of salvage boats are steaming to the rescue of the Danish freighter Ellen Maersk. aground with a leak on a reef m the South China Sea. The ship's agents said today the 5.070-ton motor vessel is aground on Louisa

Charlie Will Return To US [ARTICLE]

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Charlie Will Return To US CHERBOURG France Sept. 22 (UP) Cheerful Charlie Chaplin said today he had "no political convictions" a,nd he intended to return to the United States despite the Washington move to bar his return. "The A l l or n c y-General's action will make no difference

Churchill Orders Defence Plan [ARTICLE]

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Ch urch ill Orders Defence Plan PARIS, Sept. 22 (IP)— Prime Minister Winston Churchill, worried by Britain's precarious economic position and optimistic about "push button" weapons, has approved a revolutionary rearmament plan, which for the first time m Britain's long history, puts emphasis on attack and sives top priority to

More Tito Talks [ARTICLE]

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More Tito Talks LJUBLJ »cp< 23 (Beuter). Mr. A British !iik. Dnh- rito.

Red Dot Marked His Name [ARTICLE]

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Red Dot Marked His Name Standard Staff Krportn DETE< [YE Corpon A Sin Kow of the Sing I I Special Branch, who Be i hi Hongkong last week m seal I of the 19-yea Chen Mong Chew Euspei te I Communist wante I I n thro* ii < ttandgrena le

Reds Cross Into Colony [ARTICLE]

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Reds Cross Into Colony SINGAPORE I'olire v v tcrdav threw -ordon runni Pon^^ol area and CMTiei out an int«-n^iv«- check i«»r siis ii c cted lerroi Ists, •><* [ieved to h.ivr eiwwei thp Straits into UM inland from the mainland oi .!ohor«- police spokesman told The Standard la^t light that

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Programme Of Royal Tour xTTgar"^-^ last night announced the detail- Fn Oct 3 Marning _vi.sit to Sun. Oct. 12-Morning-The ed programme i>r the visit ol Kvmy Afternoon— Open- Duchess attends Service a t St. the Duches-s >r K.'nt and the ln Royal Singapore Tubercu- Andrews Cathedral. Duke of Kent to

ONLY ONE EXAM FOR 1,200 [ARTICLE]

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ONLY ONE EXAM FOR 1,200 Ruling Affects Std. V Pupils In Govt. Schools Standard Staff Reporter TWELVE HUNDRED Std. V students who have been hard at work "swotting up" many subjects for two examinations will be relieved to learn that only one will now take place. T. examination, subjects of

Mutual Aid Body For Govt Men [ARTICLE]

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Mutual Aid Body For Govt Men Si nul.ird Staff RepoHei N E RNI n NT emp S gapore have forme I iation which to mement of serious th. of the ass i Stan ird tl I s and mess among the Cove? serd a ser- I em. It used practice

'A Shining Example To Rest Of S'pore [ARTICLE]

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'A Shining Example To Rest Of S'pore Standard Staff Reporter MORE THAN 100 women voluntary workers of Singapore Children's Social Centres were yesterday told to continue the good work they have done. Ihe Governor, Mr. John r. Nicoll, said this m. a speech at the annual meeting of social welfare

Swimmer's Cash, Clothes Stolen [ARTICLE]

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Swimmer's Cash, Clothes Stolen A SINGAPORE Chinese who I■ tor a swan at Katong Park on Sunday afternoon. property and cash to the va ie ol $115. be nan a resident ol C 3 gi t" his pair of shorts OB thf beach and went for a dip When he

Stamp Winners [ARTICLE]

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Stamp Winners THE following are the wirnol the Singapore Stamp Club Philatelic Exhibition I i Se] t. 20 at the British CounHall: b irsl Mr. AD l 1 ni (Sarawak); second prize .Ir. B. Bridgwood (Stqgae); third prize !Vir. RoI Cbeoqg >s ;apore).

2,000 Acres ! o Grow More Food [ARTICLE]

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2,000 Acres o Grow More Food A SURVEY of 2,000 acres of I Bedok IS being con.v red with a view to finding c land for Singapore's rive to ferow more food, The Standard underst; nds, It is hoped to allocate land .available to squatters who will engage m both

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IJ.ITO Sir Chens-Jock Tan pictured at the barbecue of the Stamford Club. Singapore, which was attended by graduates from the rniversity of Malaya and Honskonff I nivrrsity. Sir Chen- lock is seen talking: to Mr C. 100 (Hongkong University Alumni) and (right) Mr Lee Kin Lee (Stamford Club*. On extreme

UK Edn. Officers For S'pore [ARTICLE]

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UK Edn. Officers For S 'pore Standard Staff Reporter THREE new education officers recently arrived m Singapore to take up appointments as assistant masters at Singapore Government schools, Mr. R.M. Young. Acting Director of Education told The Standard yesterday. They are Mr. X.A Owen who has been posted to Victoria

DEBT CLAIM IS SETTLED [ARTICLE]

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DEBT CLAIM IS SETTLED GEE SEXG and Company who were examined before Mr. Justice Knight on their ability to pay a sum of $2.63.2 to Remington Rand Inc. on*a judgment debtor summons, m the Supreme Court. yesterday, offered to pay $300 down, and the balance at 5200 monthly. The filer

NEW CITY RULES ON MISCONDUCT [ARTICLE]

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NEW CITY RULES ON MISCONDUCT NEW REGULATIONS to speed up disciplinary action for misconduct by any of the 10,000 daily rated open vote employees of the Singapore City Council are tinder study by the Procedure Committee of the Council. Under present regulations it may take anything from one to three

Small Men Back New City Loan [ARTICLE]

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Small Men Back New City Loan Standard Staff Reporter SINGAPORE Cny Council's new $25,000,000 twenty-year five per cent loan is likely to be closed tomorrow. Subscriptions up to yesterday noon had reached over $20,000,000, Mr. S. S. Scales. Acting City Treasurer, said. Mr. Scales said that more small investors than

Two To Stand Trial For Counterfeiting [ARTICLE]

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Two To Stand Trial For Counterfeiting THE BELIEF Court Magistrate >!r. J. B. Ja>aratnam yesterday committed to trial Lee F.ii^ Hock and Lim Sian Kiang both charged with counterfeitiiig bidonesion currency. Detective Inspector, Richard Tay, of the Commercial SubBranch C.1.D.. said that when he raided an attap shed m Thomson

'Get Off Fence,' Workers Advised [ARTICLE]

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'Get Off Fence,' Workers Advised Standard Staff Reporter TWO SINGAPORE City Councillors yesterday said that City Council employees should align themselves to one party other m the City Council and quit sitting on the fence. They were commenting on the statement made by Mr. Lim Toh Nee, out-going president of

Dance Society To Maik Anniversary [ARTICLE]

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Dance Society To Maik Anniversary THE Singapore Society oi Amateur Dancers will celei brate its second anniversary a dinner and dance m the i society's premises on Saturday. .Oct. II from 7 p.::i. till mid- night. Attendance will be by reservation at $6 and $10 each for men and women,

French Aircraft Carrier Calls At Singapore Today [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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French Aircraft Carrier Calls At Singapore Today Standard Staff Reporter THE refitted 18.000-ton French aircraft carrier, Arromanches, is due m Singapore this morning from Marseilles on her return to Indo-Chinese waters. She will be escorted by the 1,300-ton frigate, Marocain. Both ships will lie off the Singapore Naval Ease for

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WOMEN VOLUNTEER WORKERS photo. The Governor of Singapore, Mr. John Fern Nicoll. seen addressing about 100 women volunteer workers from 15 children's social centres at the British Council Hall yesterday. From left to right: Mrs.Bolshaw, Mrs. L. Cresson. Mr. Nicoll, Mr. T. E. Smith, Secretary for Social Welfare and Mrs.

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[UsssS Hs^ssl np^Ei^ii p^|: i 1 HREE CAYS AGO.WHESJ^^ THIS STUPiD. ASS uJ°tuS MAE T «i -1 I M STAH

OUTLOOK FOR TEXTILES IMPROVES [ARTICLE]

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OUTLOOK FOR TEXTILES IMPROVES Goods From Iron Curtain Lands Coming Standard Market Reporter VillH the difficult times earlier this year last disappearing and evidence of a return to somewhat satisfactory trading conditions, the better outlook m the textile trade m -Malaya is o\ershadowed by the possibility of goods coming from

Woman In Fatal Bus Accident [ARTICLE]

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Woman In Fatal Bus Accident Ch Of •> v n Eload c |q Yip Y( r 'he tenet driver." 8 that at i had to :n one get her fa he stopkinutes at f Ni ge Road O alight D to the I Seneral c neither ip

Malaya-Do Britons Care? [ARTICLE]

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Malaya-Do Britons Care? Far London *roops •::o one there ii timt S median. B B the i s v > miles m AFP

118,686 In School [ARTICLE]

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1 18,686 In School I I i, the rt .vere thai

Mother Saw Blood—And Then Her Son [ARTICLE]

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Mother Saw Blood And Then Her Son MuHird si.itf Reporter KALI i I V an old Indian lock m the Coroner's iv -a hen shown a f her son Gopal I Dha i (21), photographed eked himself m a room md slashed his throat. r. Mr. Giam H i rei

becoming Addicts [ARTICLE]

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becoming Addicts DR. CH 3U LAN WARNS: j >w j n g |gg ad ben he; Seng m Character began ?ak Dg to Se md- blem of ome 19 addici greal i itj [ing ma :>f M opium me ided talk jra peat :>■■■ ffs of a cigarette, I A

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photo. The bMM Shanghai Tung Loh Troupe,., well known m Hongkong for its classical •pens, arrived m Singapore on Sunday. The troupe, consisting of -0 persons, includes tour leading stars: Misses Yinu \V;in-yun. Chiang Yen hsia, flu Hong-yen and (bin Wulaa Singaporeans will see them re -enartinu the Chinese elasssica

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Photo. l> be a ,makin* to the boys of the se.ondary dang of the Gan Ins: Srnir n. l j »k- i..* «f tti.* sl.tip^ »f Character Training tulks.- Standard

Gold Chain Stolen [ARTICLE]

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Gold Chain Stolen A ;C)i ,D chain and a bi acelet, valued about $460, were stolen from an almei iah m the Customs Quarters m Keppel Road, Singapore, yesterday.

G.P.O. Has Now $10 M. In Savings [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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G.P.O. Has Now $10 M. In Savings VI ITII ilit» start of the Malaya-wide Students Saving Scheme yesterday, tin* Singapore Genera] Post Office Savings Bank has m its hooks nearly >IO million excess deposits over withdrawals the highest figure ever recorded l>> the Bank. This was disclosed by the Director

DANCE TO AID THE BLIND [ARTICLE]

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DANCE TO AID THE BLIND THE nurses ot Singapore this year will give their Grand Dance m aid of the blind. At a meeting last week, almost -HO representatives of the nurses here decided that this wes one of the most worthy causes to which they could subscribe. Their dance

NEW POST FOR MR. A. W.HAYES [ARTICLE]

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NEW POST FOR MR. A. W.HAYES Mr. A.W. Hayes, former chief signals officer m the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaya, returned by air from six months' leave m Lebanon and Britain on Sunday. He attended the Colonial Civil Aviation conference m London as a member of the Malayan delegation. Mr.

'Decency' Pledges [ARTICLE]

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'Decency' Pledges THE Catholic Legion of Decency has met with such good response that the organisers ar e printing an extra 2,000 pledge forms making the total 4.000, a spokesman of the Catholic Diocese told Th c Standard yesterday. Two thousand forms printed over a fortnight ago have all been

Court Action To Recover House [ARTICLE]

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Court Action To Recover House MR. Justice Knight entered judgment lor Madam Lim Buck Lim by consent, of parties, m the Supreme Court yesterday, m an action brought by Madam Lim against Lian Thean Chor to recover possession of house No. 351 Bukit Tim ah Road. The house had been

Vampire Jet Pilot Misjudged [ARTICLE]

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Vampire Jet Pilot Misjudged —Coroner Told THE Singapore Coroner, Mr. Choor Singh, returned a verdict of death by misadventure m an inquiry into the crash of a Vampire jet fighter at Tengah airfield on Aug. 22, when the pilot, F/Officer Gordon Eric Sykes Lost his life. The court was told

Another $25 For Widow [ARTICLE]

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Another $25 For Widow A FURTHER sum of 525 has been received for widow Sons Cheow Eng, making the total $462.50. Madam Song Lost her husband, Wang Ling Tong, a dry cleaner, when he was burned to death over two months ago. She has six dependants, two boys, and four

S'pore To Mark Animal Day [ARTICLE]

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S'pore To Mark Animal Day ANIMALS mi n Singapore will I have their day when the Animal Lovers' League, to- j gether with the Society ot Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, hold their annual i rally at the Victoria School ground on Oct. 4 World Animal Day. I lie occasion

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fl^xxireJ 111 HIGH QUALITY PICTURE CAMERA THE rLEXARM lit 7HE f I.I.XARi.I 1 n a reftei i tti rra totth tiro objectives fo? g jj j- (tires, >'-'■ S R (> ciri m n mil i 826 x»( m i .s o ii < s faun i§ trorlemansfiip n??d r/<e

Pg. Town Shows Surplus [ARTICLE]

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Pg. Town Shows Surplus PENANG, Mon.— The Municipality of George Town had a surplus of $129,082 for last .far as compared with $392,---liin for lP.">n. T-.i- decrease, according to the Accounts and General Finance Statistics issued today. was due to the considerable increase m expenditure over the j previous year.

Alleged Murder By Young SC [ARTICLE]

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Alleged Murder By Young SC KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— Rozali bin Sutan. a 23-year-old Special Constable, was produced before Inche Ibrahim m th€ First Magistrate's Court. here today, fat attempted murder. He was alleged to have shot a Chinese. Jeau T/.e Eh. with his rifle on Sept. 14 about 2 a.nt

October 6—A Day When Royalty Or East & West Meet [ARTICLE]

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October 6— A Day When Royalty Or East West Meet Standard Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— The Federal capital will on October 6 be the venue for a historic meeting of Royalty from the East and West, when Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent and her son, the Duke

4 To Attend T.U. Course [ARTICLE]

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4 To Attend T.U. Course IPOH. Men. Mr. Wong Chew Leong, a member of the Perak Clerical Union, and a laboratory assistant attached to Austral Malay Tin Ltd.. Taiping. is one of the four Malayan Trade Unionists, selected by the ICFTU headquarters to attend a 12-week course on trade unionism

Charges Explained [ARTICLE]

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Charges Explained IPOH. Mon. Arul Simon, 52, who was produced before Alagistrate Che Abdullah, had charge- of causing the death of A. Govindammal and of stabbing Kanjppiah Mariappan. explained to him. He was ordered to be remanded until Sept. 29. The incidents were alleged to 'nave occurred s*t Guntong Vilage.

Boys Forget Fight [ARTICLE]

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Boys Forget Fight IPOH. Mon.— Two young boys, Swppiah (17) and Abdul, Aziz (19) who had a fight over! a football at Post Office Road on September 20 smiled m court today when Magistrate Che Abdullah fined each 'of them $3 and advised them not to fight m public again.

Howards' Gift To Tampin [ARTICLE]

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Howards' Gift To Tampin KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The Commanding Officer, the First Battalion, the Green Howards, has presented to the District of Tampin a regimental crest to be kept m the District OmVe. as a token of the battalion's happy association with the people of ai'. race« m the distri

He Threatened To Shoot Clerk's Dogs [ARTICLE]

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He Threatened To Shoot Clerk's Dogs PENANG, Mon.— A Chinese clerk of the Municipal Health Department, Quah Hun Yew, before Mr J A Black m the Magistrate's Court today that he was very frightened and alarmed when a European came to the doorsteps of his house In Logan Road on

SCOUTS GET 7 MORE TROOPS [ARTICLE]

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SCOUTS GET 7 MORE TROOPS SEVEN CHINESE scout i troops from the n< j w vi ni^ tin Ulu Selanfor distrid were accepted u~ tnemben of Boy Scouts Associatioi dm ng the week-end. They wen "i< first Chinese troops to be 1 ed En the district One hundred and i

Support SSS: Teachers Told [ARTICLE]

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Support SSS: Teachers Told KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Speaking about the Students' Saving Scheme over Radio Malaya last night, a Kuala Lumpur school teacher made a special appeal to "my colleagues all over "Malaya and Singapore m Government, Gove»*nment-aMed and private schools'* to give their whole-hearted support to the scheme. *u

Delay Ruined Ap seal: Judge Wants Re son [ARTICLE]

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Delay Ruined Ap seal: Judge Wants Re son Standard Staff Correspondent KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— Holding that the v appeal was ruined by the delay of over three months for hearing, Mr. Justice Wilson, at the Selangor C z\ C k Appeal, today, dismissed the appeal of the Public F. the

'Let's Form Congress,' Says Indian [ARTICLE]

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'Let's Form Congress,' Says Indian I re tar j Congi wards i ment. He second The eradicate woulc think. ans Or Ind; welc the new BUpp I sche

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Photos by The High Commissioner, and Lady Templer see n taking i*.\ with the Yanf di-Pertuan Besar of the Is tana grounds- on the occasion of the Ruler's birthday. The Yang di pfrtu.tn Besar (left) conferring the Distinguished Conduct Medal to the British Adviser. Mr. M.C. ft Shepp.<rd. On right

Youths For Royal Parade [ARTICLE]

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Youths For Royal P arade PE three he La B

5 Years For False Report [ARTICLE]

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5 Years For False Report IH£ ii iskl I three with

Cargo Salvaged [ARTICLE]

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Cargo Salvaged n PEN work on a I Thursa Swei of c todjthe whaj.

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THE BULLDOG ANT JU^^ Sus^endeo by its feet an Australian Bulldog Ant can hold m its iaws a glove more than a thousand times its own weight. Comparatively, tot o humon feat a trapeze artiste would have to gnp on 80 ton steam- roMer with his teeth while clinging to

NEW PADI LANDS FOR FEDERATION [ARTICLE]

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NEW PADI LANDS FOR FEDERATION Rice Self -Sufficiency Keynote Of Scheme KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. New lands are to be ned up m the Federation to plant padi, The Standard _c:rns. This is an attempt direcied towards achieving selfefficiency m rice, the country's staple food. Agricultural, and drainage and irrigation experts

People's Bank For Ipoh, KL [ARTICLE]

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People's Bank For Ipoh, KL 1 1 i Maff orrespoadent T P i .^c: sti a be- inka one iropur and the The capital of B .:..< v. ..i be i state i v 1" c Standard it the to a pi lent, vicea aging i irru< X fro ak's

PUPILS STOLE THE SHOW [ARTICLE]

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PUPILS STOLE THE SHOW THOSE who did not attend dancer K.P. Bhaskar'i mv■■«•:'■rum of "'Dances of India" \he. I Vic'itii.i T: t-atre ovv the ut-r'; end missed a spectacular and stylish rendering of many interesting r!;i>sical dances. Singapore dance enthusia have seen many noted Ind dancera perform here ;m<i Iheii

Did You See This Crash? [ARTICLE]

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Did You See This Crash? CYCLIST, r. -M Thl ii i Hock 1 16 if mocked d<>\v n m a c wdth bus at tlio 3t *n <-. Bukit Timah Road at about 9.10 o'clock last night. Loh dic^i .sunn after admission to spital 5« of the accident iuested t>>

Ex-Scout Had Dagger: Fined [ARTICLE]

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Ex-Scout Had Dagger: Fined TEH HOCK SENG '19- a the Boy Scouts Association carried a it dagger for self -protection .."had been robbed by four armed men. He w is fined $5 m the Sing por c Fourth Police Court terdav for possession ol the dagMay Li at Que rheatre.

More Vaccinated [ARTICLE]

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More Vaccinated TOTAL of 6.527 persons vaccinated m the ity area- today. This brings I c days since Ihe camgn began to :;11.ii55.

Gutkha Freed Of Charge [ARTICLE]

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Gutkha Freed Of Charge KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Remarking that there was insufficient evidence against the accused, the Kuala Lumpur second magistrate, Raja Chik Ja'afar, today, discharged a Gurkha special con table, Dan Bahadur Chettri, at the conclusion of a preliminary inquiry Into a tentative charge oi murder against him. The

Yogi Leaving [ARTICLE]

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Yogi Leaving SEGAMAT. Mon.— Yogi Sudhananda Bharathi ide his last public speech In the Federation when he spoke at a meeting held m Segamat. The Yogi has left Cor Singapore from where be will emplane for Japan to continue his mission.

STC Man Charged [ARTICLE]

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STC Man Charged C'HO FON'O ONN an employee of Ihe Singapore Trao tion Company Ltd. was charged m the Singapore Fourth Police Court yesterday with criminal breach of trust of ten cents belonging to the Company on Sept. 5. Cho claimed trial and was allowed bail of $250 until Sept..

ILL TREATED GIRL, WOMAN IS GUILTY [ARTICLE]

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ILL TREATED GIRL, WOMAN IS GUILTY XI BINTE MAISAII (40), who allegedly forced brandy down the throat of an eight-month-old child and poured sauce into her eyes, was given a maximum sentence of siv months' rigorous imprisonment by the Singapore Second Police Court Magistrate Mr. D. H. Chapman, yesterday. X

Police Did Not Get Mystery Leaflets [ARTICLE]

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Police Did Not Get Mystery Leaflets Standard Staff Reporter COMMENTING on a report m yesterday's Standard on an allegation made by the Singapore Brewery Workers I nion's Secretary, Mr. P. K. Gopalan. concerning some leaflets, Mr. A. Donald, General Manager oi Messrs. Fraser and Neave Limited, pointed out that he

Expert For MCA Drive [ARTICLE]

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Expert For MCA Drive KUALA LUMPUR, >lon. —The Malayan Chinese Association is to employ an adult education expert to carry out its literary plan iv the Federation. The man MCA hopes to engage is Dr. femes Y. C. Yen. who is now m tbe Philippines. Dr. Yen was responsible for

BOARD IIIT BY TUC MAN [ARTICLE]

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BOARD IIIT BY TUC MAN si.mdaid Si IV Reporter Til Singapore Labour Advisory Board "has failed to discharge the duties for which it a\u constituted," charged the Secretary of the Singapore Trade Union Coflrgress, Mr. S. Jag inatban erd iv Mr Jaganathan Levelled this charge at the B.>;ad because, be

Malayan Envoys To Attend WHO Conference [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Envoys To Attend WHO Conference SINGAPORE, the Federation and North Borneo will be represented at the Western Regional Committee Co:a rerence of the United Nations. World Health Organisation which will be held In Saigon on Sept. 23. This will be the first International conference to be -<- t( m

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photo. >hn B«wic deft) and R. W. Us«* arrived m Singapore bj Qantas-BOAC irora London yesterday a s two experts for tiif International Civil Aviutiou Organisation Tecbnical \id Mission m Indonesia. Mr. Lslier was srronded from tli*- Ministry of Civil Aviation. The experts leave for Jakarta this morning- Standard

Officer Jailed On Trust Charges [ARTICLE]

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Officer Jailed On Trust Charges KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— John Joseph Sanderson, 35--jrear-old resettlement s ipervisor at Serdang Bain J new village, was today convicted by the President of the Bpa a LJiimpiir Sessions Court, Mr. J.G. Adams, and sentenced to two years' rigorous imprisonment, on his pleading guilty to two

Freeman Cables His Greetings [ARTICLE]

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Freeman Cables His Greetings SINGAPORE'S first Fi and former Governor o! the Colony. Sir Franklin Gimson, yesterday cabled his greetings to the President of the City Council. Mr. T. P. F. M -Neice, o n the occasion of the first anniversary of Singapore's attaining the status of a Cit The

50 Learn Art Of Discipline [ARTICLE]

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50 Learn Art Of Discipline Standard Man K.-p<»rt.r SEXUAL education for S g pore's youths was advocated by Rev. Tracey Jones of the We < Church yesterday. He speaking at the first Youth Leadership Training Class canised by the Singapore Youth Council at the British Council Hall Stamford Road. Singapore.

TODAY'S POWER CUTS [ARTICLE]

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TODAY'S POWER CUTS SINGAPORE *iii»-i ition- liable I" In. hl -lu-ihlini; lim!.i> HAN •j.iiin M»pas. Siong Hoe 15 i- ciiit Vact) B.M Mi' Kit< in.-. BradUril ici^-. Alsagofl Estate, Lslam] «.i»»f < I tit*. iinKor IMrU. Seletar Pwnp«, n«-' S»on. Selrtir Wireless. Setetar \illt-4<-. nite«i KuhU.r Plant's. Mental Hospital. Trafaleac

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Choice For Britain [ARTICLE]

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Choice For Britain 'THE decision ol the Arab-Asian bloc to bring before the United Nations General Assembly the misdeeds M ilairism on the grounds that they are a threat to tational peace ar.d a violation of the United Nations Charter will be embarrassing both for Britain Cd fox the Commonwealth.

THE M.E.O. MUST GO! [ARTICLE]

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THE M.E.O. MUST GO! ALEX JOSEY MALAYAN AFFAIRS The Federation Needs a PubH r bervices Cotv,. mission Now By 'TO administer the three hundred members of the Malayan Civil Service and the thousand or so European Government officers there is a Malayan Establishment Officer with a basic salary of $1,500.

Review of Views [ARTICLE]

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Review of Views M.f.A. U.M.N.O. I.M.P. THE bitterness with which Dato Omh spoke against communal s iti ms might bring MCA and UMNO closer says Utusan Melayu. Recen paper says, the relationship between the UMNO and MCA became strained with t:ie arrival of Dr. Victor Purcell, as many among the

Racing On Sundays [ARTICLE]

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Racing On Sundays Sir: It is good news to many people that racing will be held on a Sunday i for the first time m the i history of the Malayan turf, i but it is distressing news i to some who can see ahead i and detect the evil

USELESS EUSTACE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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USELESS EUSTACE "Prior to the fuel shortage we lived m a forest!"

SINGAPORE CHILDREN'S SOCIETY [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE CHILDREN'S SOCIETY Sir;— l should be grateful if you would correct a misstatement which appeared m the report of the activities Of the Singapore Children's Society m your issue of September 18. There is no question of this Society's "taking on cases m conjunction witk the British Red Cross

Parking At Lake Gardens [ARTICLE]

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Pa rking A t Lake Ga rdens Sir:— Surely Mr. Lim Beng Chuan, as a motorist, must have known that the presence of NO PARKING BEYOND THIS POINT signs along the Lake Gardens roads leading to the flower house indicates the exist< nee of an area within which parking is

Mr. J. Laycock Was Hasty [ARTICLE]

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Mr. J. Laycock Was Hasty Sir:— l am afraid Mr. .Tuli!) Laycock is over-hasty m condemning ihe Federation. He forgets thai m Singapore, (where the noncommunal political parlies fere loudest m condemning communal political parlies) ihe majority of Chinese has always voted for Chinese candidates, Indians for Indian candidates, and

We the People

Equality For Non-Malays [LETTER]

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Equality For Non-Malays Si: Whether Malaya can attain Independence or not entirely depends upon the treatment accorded to NonMalays. Any modern country aspiring to independence must ilfi] one indispensable condition and that is. the people must be united m purpose and agreed on principles which guarantee to them equal rights

Pass & Honours Degrees [LETTER]

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Pass Honours Degrees Sir;—* "Vith ref c to Urn ber by Fair Play of Malacca on Sept. 12, the difference between a P. d< gree and an Honours degree is something more than one year ol specie. < training. The system prevailing al the I'niversity ol .Malaya is no one

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IKE GIVEN 48 HOURS ON NIXON [ARTICLE]

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IKE GIVEN 48 HOURS ON NIXON Expense Fund Not Unethical, Says Senator WASHINGTON, Sept, 22, Senator Richard I Nixon, Republican Vice-Presidential candidate &aic2 yesterday lie would never have accepted the nomination had he been convinced thai his acceptance ot a political expense fund from friends was not ethical* He told

COMET SER VICE IN OCT. [ARTICLE]

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COMET SER VICE IN OCT. 15 Reuti man Airannounced c k el air- ..r!t>n to Oct. 14 it air- ai a start a t turist operate Sing until ■.d to in- I S be: B H the recall Ut t'r.r.e for the m Lond Sinj 5 ton en- service v

Russia Rugs Mon Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Russia Rugs Mon Rubber LOND :ubH buy- th 4.34 j g ad- h;ivc ;j

Truman To Address Negroes [ARTICLE]

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Truman To Address Negroes NE W Vl l R X St i»T s:: President Truman will make a major address on m Harlem, the: rent re of New York City's ation. on Oct. 11. as announce d Announcement I Mr. Truman's was made by the Ri C a si Johnson,

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Ex-Quetl .Vnrim.ui of Egypt i* pictured here m Rome, t'li rmitr to LausaMMi Su it/rrl.ind, from the I^e of Capri In LaosaiuM she will eoßsnll a pyaaecolocist. labile m Rome she visited e\ Kmu Farouk's lawyer the;*- .trio I»'\ni«'lio.

Nixon Prepares Statement [ARTICLE]

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Nixon Prepares Statement PORTLAND, (Oregon), Sept. 22 (UP) Senator Richard Nixon said yesterday that he was "preparing a complete tatement of my entire finanial history' 1 while the vicepresidentia] candidate's aides awaited work on his place on •he Republican ticker from Dwighi Eisenhower's St. Louis headquarters. After a series of

British Debating Team On Tour [ARTICLE]

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British Debating Team On Tour BRITISH universities are .sending a debating team to tour Pakistan and India shortly under the sponsorship of the British Council. Offers were made to the University of Malaya to have this team come out to Singapore, but to date there has been no replj

Boy In Accident [ARTICLE]

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Boy In Accident A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy, Han An X aiis. .\-;is .idrr.itted into the Genera] Hospital last night after was involved m a collision with a motor car m Sungei Road ai or> pm. His condition was reported to be serious

S-EA Veterans Honoured [ARTICLE]

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S-EA Veterans Honoured MANILA. Sept 22. (AP) Delegates and observers to the first South East Asia Veteran conference here were honoured with a military parade yesterday as the five-day convent ion drew to a close. Crack cadets from State Universities and colleges took part m the review which showed the

RUBEER, TIN CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBEER, TIN CLOSING PRICES Standard London Correspondent LONDON Sept 22 The following are the clo»ing pncts of r-r-Kr and tin on the London Market today LONDON RUEEER LONDON TIN Spot £958 per ton buyOct B Z: d Three months. £948 buyJon Mar. 22. d en, £948. 105. sellers. t 22

Such A Change For Sir Stanley [ARTICLE]

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Such A Change For Sir Stanley FORTY years ago a young man from Britain on a world tour 'selling' the British book trade called at Singapore. Then there were no passports, visas and customs checks needed. The young man sailed into Singapore and walked into the town. Vcsterday lie called

Mossadeq Makes A New Proposal [ARTICLE]

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Mossadeq Makes A New Proposal TEHERAN, Sept. 22 (Reuter)— Iran today completed a revised counter-proposal to the TrumanChurchill plan lor settling the nations oil dispute with I Britain. It was expected that the counter-proposal will be preI sented to the British Embassy here tomorrow. Its text will not be released

Tito Accepts Invitation [ARTICLE]

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Tito Accepts Invitation BELGRADE. Sep t. 22 (AFP) Marshal Tito has accepted the invitation of Prime Minister Winston Churchill to make an official visit to Britain shortly, according to informed circles here. The invitation is said to have been given by Mr. Anthony Eden. British Foreign Secretary during his visit

20,000 Kept This Park's Birthday [ARTICLE]

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20,000 Kept This Park's Birthday THE Great World Amusement Park, Singapore, began its '11\m\ anniversary celebrations with special attractions Of side shows, a stilt-walking competition and free cinema shows last night. Mor e than 20,000 people visited the Dark, where tree anniversary gifts.- including chicken noodle .soup, perfumes and beverages,

Anzus:UK's Next Move? [ARTICLE]

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Anzus:UK's Next Move? T.O\DO\-. Sept. 22 (Reuter>— British Ministers are now cons ferine what action to take following the rejection of Britain's i lejy to ?end rm observer to the meeting of military experts nf the Auzus Council meeting m Honolulu today usually we!l informed sources said here today The

Adm. Auboineau Here For Talks [ARTICLE]

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Adm. Auboineau Here For Talks VICE-ADMIRAL P Auboineau.l Commander ol the F Naval Forces m the Far E flew into Singapore from yesterday for talks with Admi Sir Guy Russell Commandei Chief of the Far E tsi S1 'ion. Admiral Auboineau landed at 'j( ogah aii field |ll(i ty representative*

British Press Hits Out At Chaplin Bar [ARTICLE]

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British Press Hits Out At Chaplin Bar LONDON. Sept 22 (AP)-The move to barCharHe Chaplin's re entry into America was roundly denounced today by newspapers representing all shades of British political opinion. i The tabloid D. fly Itii ror, which Leana flight y left declared: "No ran has done more]

UN Troops Recapture 'Red' Peak [ARTICLE]

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UN Troops Recapture 'Red' Peak SEOUL. sepl 22 i U Nationi soldi* ■< Ii a towering peak > eastern front n North Korean Conunun c third Of thr c counterattacks on tfa born Red defen The United v ground victory wu m, tched m t by a Sabrejet pilot who

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Scrub Landing [ARTICLE]

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Scrub Landing km un< »um ■H' Ufa r i A Bri plane flying I toum to Juba laftdinu today m near Renk about south ol hero 'J! pants are believed 1

Newsprint Price UP [ARTICLE]

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Newsprint Price UP NEW YORK Sept. The Great Northern Company announced I i i US$7 per ton m pr£< r of new print t on October ftrs( t price boost it) doi prii I inoe !i ine.

Volcano Erupts [ARTICLE]

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Volcano Erupts an I>Ei if vev pai that tlie volcano 01 ''looks like hell." said the volcano v. I md shooting up c 15,000 feet, and ir> <;t.'i.v ton mii AAPJ

Eagle Collides [ARTICLE]

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Eagle Collides PITREAVIE So 22 (UP)- The "Eagle" N s latest and Lai craft carrier, and the I) < i <•■ Van Galen, i -r c Jutland eoasi Operation Bfainbra 'crs at Pitreavie annou flay. The In c o serious da

Gone With The Wind' [ARTICLE]

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Gone With The Wind' SEW YORK Sepl < Mil i best-M r "Gone w will bf prodiu < al by David 0 Si I iounc< c sion will i d et OH i heroine of th<

Shah's Mother [ARTICLE]

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Shah's Mother The lothei I m S I P«i La ■ho was York hospital on Sn after i I I on to be proj

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photo. Russia's delegate to the United Nations Jacob A. Malik (left) greets Geoifii N. Zarubin m a cabin aboard the liner Queen Elizabeth as the new ambassador to the United States (Zarubin) arrives m New York city on September 15.- AP

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Barter Trade Pact [ARTICLE]

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Barter Trade Pact PAKISTAN and Russia recently signed a barter trade agreement Russia sets 2^.uuO tons of raw jute and 13,150 ton s of raw cotton m return for 130.000 tons ol wheat.— AP

UK Tramp Tonnage Shrinks [ARTICLE]

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UK Tramp Tonnage Shrinks SUPER TANKER RISKS LONDON, Sept. 22, (Reiser) British tramp shipping lia* shrunk by (>(M).()(M) tons to 2.WXUXIO I tons since beginning <>i j oild War D, ii w«8 stated This trend shows no sign of I r*«st, added the Council off the Officers Merchant Navy Association

Challenger Sounded The Depths [ARTICLE]

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Challenger Sounded The Depths LONDON, Sept 21 IAFP)— The survey ship Challenge! is expected m Portsmouth on October 2 alter a l\ jreai voyage round the world during which she covered 120,000 miles. In L 951 the ship carried or.' detailed surveys m m rth and West Pacific areas and

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The 5,614 -ton motor vessel, Mikoiaj Kej. a Polish coal ship, lost a blade from one of her propellers about 300 miles from Singapore a few days ago and limped into port. Picture shows the stern of the Mikoiaj Rej raised out of water m the Singapore outer roads prior

Junks Load Red Vessel Outside HK Harbour [ARTICLE]

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Junks Load Red Vessel Outside HK Harbour HONGKONG. Sept. 19 (AFP): The Chinese Communist vessel, s.s. Chang Kiang, took aboard large quantities of merchandise from motorised junks just outside the Hongkong harbour limits on Sept. 17. according to a report m the Kung Sheung Daily News, The report said the

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COMMODITY PRICES [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY PRICES 1 UJBDHJ ruhbei print pote yestenbi) were: Bu>er> Sellers M I Spol t U m ba! ;> Oft No. 1 K .s v 764 7*. 4 •N'» 2 It ss. 7h :1 i"!i. Slishtl] easki ftftei steady. LONUOM RUSHES prices pet ib were: n.» I KM s acttteneai

RUBBER: MALAYA TOLD RI IS KEEN COMPETITOR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RUBBER: MALAYA TOLD RI IS KEEN COMPETITOR Standard Staff Shorter I MALAYAN rubbet sellers si: aid he very careful to comply Kith the quality of rubber ordered by Japan if they want to promote their rubber trade with that country, Mr. Ryuji j lanizawa, president of the Rubber trade I

Rubber Up 3/4 Cent On Quiet S'pore Mart [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Up 3/4 Cent On Quiet S'pore Mart X! ISKFK prfeei m Kamed about "til p«r Ih. on a market yeMenlav, first gra.le rabbc* f*r October shipment b*i*n«: quoted 762 rents \n r Hi. at thr csWe of the day's tra«lin«-. Prices opened quietly steady and. with buyer- m evidence,

Cotton Talks 'Harmonious' [ARTICLE]

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Cot ton Talks 'Harmonious' BUXTON Derbyshire. Sept. 21 (Renter):— The International Cotton Conference m its first communique after fontdays of secret session? here reported tonight: "So far the meetings have been entirely harmonious." Leaders nf the Indian, Japanese, American. West European and British delegations had agreed on the statement, which

Rank Makes Profit [ARTICLE]

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Rank Makes Profit LONDON. Sept. 22 (AP): The J. Arthur Rank Organisation, Britain's biggest movie theatre owner and one of its I main iilm producers, reported a profit of U5511,961,936 for the year ended last June This compared with US$7 755.857.20 m the preceding 12 months. Both annual figures were

Produce Mart Remains Quiet [ARTICLE]

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Produce Mart Remains Quiet THE produce market m Singapore was quiet and slightly i isier m copra and coconut oil sections, with no business pussing yesterday. Copra had buyers at $26i per picul and sellers at $27. Coconut oil sellers quoted $43 with no buyers m evidence. Bete! nut $32

Nuclear Engineering [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear Engineering II CLEAB enginee:-in° will for the first time form pa: oj >c unrlt late :ainin« at LonUniyersity when the new iw:n begins m October- Reuter

Copra Exports From RI Drop [ARTICLE]

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Copra Exports From RI Drop »TON, Sept "22 The r kture De- aid today that Inriohipments dr 'oI ns dv] owesi month n partment Bid thai c foi it ***** a

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Mr. T \I. Ramsay, left. .Managing Director of the Kiwi Boot Polish Company. Melbourne, is now Dayinp a short viMt to Singapore to finalise plans for a Kiwi factor) m Juroflg. He is on his way to London. Mr C F Blair Managing Director of McCla inc. Watson and (omnanv

HK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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HK EXCHANGE .HONGKONG, Sept. 22: Special Standard Service— Closing prices on thf Hongkong Exchange today were $15.93 to £1 sterling, $6.***** id U.S. $1; 51.83U to Malayan $1: «O.GBBO to one Indonesian Rupiafa Gold $294,125 to one tael.

Tins, Industrials Improve [ARTICLE]

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Tins, Industrial s Improve U*QRE, lion The a share markei was ma in the tin .^vt:on, in industrials, with I Mflectcd. Business. r. Aas somewhat re- I bul prices ihowcd 1 in botli the tins hntriab m -tion?. Btd pn.es were 1M>ISIKI\LS I Silver* Artier* I A v Etrtcfca 1

Audibert Delayed [ARTICLE]

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Audibert Delayed KARACHI. Sept 21, (Rculer):— French journalist Jean Marie Audiberfs hopes 01 beating the round-the-\vor!d-by-airline record were cru^ed tonight when his plane put »ack here after leaving for Calcutta. He planned to do Paris m four days 20 hour* and two minutes through Geneva gome. Calcutta. Manila San Francisco

INDIAN SALT FOX EXPORT [ARTICLE]

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INDIAN SALT FOX EXPORT BOMBAY. Sept. 22 (Router) —Deficient m salt two years ago, India is now m a position to export 7.500,000 tons to Japan by the end of this year. Revealing this m Bombay yesterday India's Minister of Supply. Mr. K. C. Reddy said that 4.000.000 tons have

HONG FATT MINES MADE $570,625 [ARTICLE]

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HONG FATT MINES MADE $570,625 A PROFIT of $570,625,08 .was declared by the Hong Fall (Sungei Besi) Limned., for 11)5] at its 20th Annual General Meeting held m Kuala Lumpui jon Saturday. The profit was considered "satisfactory* 1 when compared with $170,610.63 m Mr. Khoo Teik Ee. Chair--1 man of

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Doing the Town Oswald Henry Off The Cuff By arid, M SATI RD AY night was a biff night m Singapore. Apart from the usual crowds thronging the cinemas. "Worlds" and other places of amusement m the city, there were record crowds at the Fete m St. Andrew's Cathedral Gronn***

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MARCIANO FAVOURITE [ARTICLE]

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MARCIANO FAVOURITE JACK CUDDY Fight Of The Year Will Net $500,000 By United Press Sports Writer PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 21 (UP)— Rocky Marciano was favoured a*" 71 to 5 today as he and champion Jersey Joe Walcott finished training for Tuesdoy night's heavyweight title fight at Municipal Stadium. Challenger Marciano of

GOLF Here's How [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GOLF Here's How Slammm Sam Snead sddfg TOD.-W.S fine i tare cai'i'iej a cautio:i. This player he? lei his cfub ika/l dip bclnic the hor.zottal dotted line than u-nuld be WtS€ for the mV€TOQ€ player. Oalj the expert can get ike etaoJiead bade to the ban at the right mechanical

East-West Sports Split In Germany [ARTICLE]

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East-West Sports Split In Germany OBERWESEL. (Germany). Sept. 22 (AP)— The German Sports Federation (DSB). West Germany's highest sports authority, decided on Sunday to cut off immediately ail sports relations with the East I zone of Germany, i In a statement issued alter I a two-day session of the DSB.

Dodgers Sight Pennant [ARTICLE]

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Dodgers Sight Pennant NEW YORK. Sept. 22 (AP) The Brooklyn Dodgers moved to within one victory of the National League pennant by whipping the Boston Braves H 2. while runnerup New York Giants: lost to Philadelphia '6 2. The Brooklyn's righthander Joe Black who has shone m his relief role

Rain, But The Kids Liked It [ARTICLE]

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Rain, But The Kids Liked It CHILDREN ranging from six to fourteen years from the Colony's many Social Welfare mitres ignored the ruin and weather m keen competition among themselves m the second annual Social Welfare Inter-centre children's sports OH the Victoria School ground on Sunday. Drenched bul keenly enthusiastic,

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pilots Ti"M-s S Mpde trip to Ilatn Paint <m Bftterdx7 for a frit*nd!y nnlih against this ycur* M€FA Cwp finalists, Johort* Ch n»se. The nit'tiire shows the teams and its supporter* beta* their departure 1» bus.- Standard

Sheppard To Skipper Sussex [ARTICLE]

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Sheppard To Skipper Sussex LONDON. Sept. 21 (AP) Davi 1 Sheppard, the Cambridge University and England batsman, will captain the Sussex County Cricket XI next summer. Sheppard finished top of the first class batting average?; at the end of the 1952 season.

Tours Have Hit UK Soccer Teams [ARTICLE]

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Tours Have Hit UK Soccer Teams JIM CHAMBERS By A.P. Sports Editor LONDON, Sept. 22. (AP) The bosses of. English League football clubs are liable to think more than twice m future about extended .summer tours after nine months of football m their own country. Right now three of the

Way To Achieve Skill, Prowess [ARTICLE]

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Way To Achieve Skill, Prowess KLANG, Mon.- Opening the Klang District badminton tournament at the Great World Park here on Thursday evening, Mr. John Hairier, the District Officer, said that Klang players can only achieve skill and prowess through hard practice and frequent competition. That was the reason, he said,

The Golf Did'nt Matter This Time [ARTICLE]

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The Golf Did'nt Matter This Time Hope And Crosby Lose MAIDENHEAD, ENGLAND, Sept. 21, (Reuter).— Bing Crosby and Bob Hope lost their exhibition golf match against their British counter-parts, comedian Ted Kay and Crooner Donald Peers, here today by one hole but the 12,000 spectators played the decisive part m

Sedgman bows To Vie Sevens [ARTICLE]

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Sedgman bows To Vie Sevens LOS ANGELES, .Sept. 22, (AT) -Vie SeUftf «.f I'liiladelphia upset Australia's I'rar-k SecUman m m amazing straight set triumph G 1,6 J. 1 \i-til.iv to win the men's singles title m the Patifir S mtfa IV€B| I 'nnis championships It was the fir^t defeat lor

SMSU Boat Changi RAF [ARTICLE]

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SMSU Boat Changi RAF THE Singapore Muni« t| vices Union defeated HI Changi by ii games n. 1 m ■> friendly table tennis match on Friday. Results: < Sis Services Union tioned fii Sii)f;li->>: LeoM er Young (Captain) beat A. B: ad 0 Kon Ghiap Mong beat S Whitlaker 3—o.

TOO LOW, TOO LATE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOO LOW, TOO LATE photo. Charlton Athletic goalkeeper 'Sam Bertram is beaten by a fraction of an inch as Arsenal centre-forward Pete Goring scores Arsenal's second goal m the first division match at Highbury (Arsenal) on Sept. 13. Associated Press

FRIENDLY SA ELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY SA ELECTIONS AT the 24th. a genera meeting held on Su ihe following were elected i t>< tl ;-s: ['resident Mr. Cheng Vice-Presidents Ang Soon Hoc: C tua <>h I and Kiioii Teow Koon Hon Se« retary Mr. Tan I Civ m Tlon. Asst. Sec— M I > g

SWEDES WIN [ARTICLE]

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SWEDES WIN HELSINKI. 5- B ter) Sweden beat fB l at the o here todaj m Van list national soccer i Id enj the two oountrlei Sweden Led 3 n time.

World Records For Shot Putt [ARTICLE]

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World Records For Shot Putt Sept Two i p n re icpor 1 «KH 1 io j shot p Cci i metn I cent than her wori I fa k B I thai Jii bli 11 p< eehoslm I- of 17.09 r. pi {era., i

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SAFA GIVES ULTIMATUM ON CUP FINAL DATE [ARTICLE]

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SAFA GIVES ULTIMATUM ON CUP FINAL DATE FAM Told "October IV FIFTEEN angry Singapore Amateur Football Association council members sat round a table at Jalan Besar stadium yesterday m an exrraordinary meeting called to discuss the Football Association of Malaya's latest Malaya Cup final date— October 25 made one final

Tengah No Match For Recs [ARTICLE]

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Tengah No Match For Recs RAF 1 T R I <>ye. i i opened I did F the g La B v and DA I third ti B he a::.: his v nd Sql I Scully:' J PC. 1 B J. P M k I rengah: F O Lev L

Beauchamp btorms io Victory [ARTICLE]

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Beauchamp btorms io Victory Army Tennis 1.1 BEAUCHAMP Ro, Pay C >rps straight (.'apt. G.T.E. Fran Roya Engii eers) to j Dunlop Cup for the sing es m the Army mpk>nshio« which con. luring I weekM I Li -C Beauchamp won tf 4 -I—2. but competing m the ►s for

Drobny Cm is Tough Fight [ARTICLE]

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Drobny Cm is Tough Fight VENICE, Sept. 22 (AP>— Jaroslav Drobny won the Lido men's singles tennis title here yesterday, ivann? Italian Champion Fruto Gardini 5-7. 3-6, 6-4, 7-5, '1-4. I; was the nearest the ypung Italian title holder has ever come to defeat m? the ex-Czech ace. The Italian

Outstanding Newcomer For Ipoh [ARTICLE]

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Outstanding Newcomer For Ipoh WINDSOR TAD liV OF the 35 newcomers who will be making their debut at the forthcoming Perak Gold Vase meeting which begins OB September 11, considerable interest is centred on the very exptjrive importation Scarlet Admiral. a Nearco progeny, who at two years ran m very

THIS WAS A MISS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THIS WAS A MISS ROYAL NAVY goalkeeper Meecham (back to the camera) was beaten by this leftfooted kick by Royal Ai r lone (Seletar) forward, bat the goal was disallowed as Join's mot m the picture) had centred the ball after it had crossed over. An incident m yesterday's SAFA

S'pore Cycle Marathon [ARTICLE]

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S'pore Cycle Marathon NG CHWEE LYE won the 50-miles massed start cycle race held on the Lim Chu Kang Road on Sunday, m 2 hours and -44 minutes. Nineteen took part m the race and the following were the results:Ist. Ng Chwee Lye. 2nd. Zydee bin Sukri, 3rd. Bahrom bin

Malacca Team For Seremban [ARTICLE]

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Malacca Team For Seremban MALACCA. Mon.— Malacca Government employees will mcc; their Negri counterparts m their annual soccer fixture for the Falconer Cup Seremban on Sunday. Tins is the fifth match of series: Following will travel to Seremban from Malacca: Lim Eow Swee. Mat Haad, Puteh. Mills, Griffin, Mahabod. Eusoff,

Penalty Saves Cup Holders [ARTICLE]

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Penalty Saves Cup Holders ROYAL NAVY, holders of the SAFA Cup for the last two years, had a close call at the Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday when they met Royal Air Force (Seietar) m a semi-final match to decide who meets the Tiger Sporting Association m this year's Cup final

Maori Helps Garrison Win [ARTICLE]

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Maori Helps Garrison Win A SINGAPORE Garris team beat the RASC. South j Johore. by eight point? to three points m a rugger match played at Nee Soon yesterday. An even and well balanced game was refereed by Capt. L ewellyn! The Garrison opened scoring when Lawrence, their scrum half,

Island Club Ladies Day A Success [ARTICLE]

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Island Club Ladies Day A Success THE first Ladies Da> C*U competition held at the Island Club since the war. at traded nearlj 100 wpetitOTS for the various CWMti held List hridav The aing eve." B competition on handicap, won by Mrs. H.R Mori for "A" division with a score

NEARCO GELDING [ARTICLE]

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NEARCO GELDING Newcomer Kindling who is under the charge of Rinus van Breukelen is one to note m his near engagements. A four year-old chestnut gelding: by Tehran out of the Nearco mare Kindy. Kindling had twelve starts last season winning the Stockbridge Maiden Stakes ***** run over one mile

Ramblers Enter RDY Cup Final [ARTICLE]

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Ramblers Enter RDY Cup Final HPOH, Mon.— Ramblers Sports Club entered the final of the "Royal Devon Yeomanry" cup soccer competition when they eliminated Kinta Indians with a three soals to one win on the Chinese Assembly Hall ground this evening. It was perhaps t he worst I semi-final ever

SAINTS DOWN SCC 11-8 IN LAST MINUTE [ARTICLE]

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SAINTS DOWN SCC 11-8 IN LAST MINUTE IN the most thrilling finish of any Rug In played so far this year St. Andrew's School defr the Singapore Cricket Club "B" team by n }Mli 8 on the Padang yesterday. Shortly after the commencement of the U t penalty was awarded

Sports Tourney Will Be His Memorial [ARTICLE]

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Sports Tourney Will Be His Memorial KUALA The I all :gor are wards the co cup to )•< the la president of :go comn The cup is I ge bask* In Ulu S' The encourage standing vil!a_ popular and esl of new V during O

New Channel Record Set [ARTICLE]

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New Channel Record Set SAX PEDOP Sept. 21 (UP): rimer F conqueror of tin I record by mile Catalina hoi;: The San D stenographer i] woman ever channe nia main She broke Cana I 1927.

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SINGAPORE KEY SHA league YMCA r. SCRC at YMCA: Siic Khalso Assn. at SRi Dir. !!B Dutch Club v Dutch Club: Latiff 3 p. Slicrwood For- Wanderers ground; Friendly Shell SC r. s eering Regr. at i tar. S R SAFA Leagy c I. CM Fatl ul Karib Besar stadium;