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Singapore Standard gapore^^Stan rrvv- .!<.» SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1953 It PACES IS CENTS.

U.K. DOCKERS END STRIKEGAIN NOTHING [ARTICLE]

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U.K. DOCKERS END STRIKEGAIN NOTHING fxpe/ Northern Men T.U.C. IiADONi July 4, (Reuter)— Britain's six-week old nded this morning when London strikers follow the lead of their northern colleagues dP H riturn to work immediately. aa strike bound northern ports de- p.d to go back today. 1 The 13.000 stevedores,

PILGRIM SHIP FIRED ON IN GULF [ARTICLE]

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PILGRIM SHIP FIRED ON IN GULF 4. (Reu- i sh ship ns i a was I near the Gulf of I Sea. patches .rcles pping tiun is China Ltd. the pila on ptian no El ntrance to t yester- above b e l ween reported -hip John md the i

Stop Press [ARTICLE]

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Stop Press \crthurst Rtuttr) '•:< ftiu'ii were »»rtd brrc tod.i\ in a *»th \ka|j sikhs uho tatiag for the irnutl i Punjabiate 1 ir casskdh "N too Akulis ithrrpil near >ikh >hrinc triple and th.m.

Reds To Free 3 Americans [ARTICLE]

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Reds To Free 3 Americans NEW DELHI. July 4 (Reuter>— Three of five United Nations ex-prisoners of the Korean War. who had earlier renounced their decision to live in China will be released this week, it was learnt here today. A spokesman of the Indian Red Cross said they had

CAMERA SHY IN H'KONG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CAMERA SHY IN H'KONG (ABOVE) Ho Kian Penp, the 19-year-old Singapore student who changed his mind about going: to Red China, covers his face with newspapers when an United Press cameraman took this picture in Hongkong last week. (Right) In Singapore last night. Ho adopted the same camera shy attitude

Religion In N. Vietnam [ARTICLE]

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Religion In N. Vietnam HONGKONG. July 4 <Reuten Foreign missionaries, who have obtained requisite permission from the North Vietnam Government, will be allowed "to propagate religion like Vietnamese clergymen" under a new decree approved by North Vietnam President Ho Chi Minh on June 14. North Vietnam Radio reported today. But

Scramble Sends Rubber Up Again [ARTICLE]

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Scramble Sends Rubber Up Again Highest Price Hifs $7.28% THE scramble to ship rubber by a section of the trade, caused some panic buying in the Singapore market yesterday, with the highest reported price at $L2ss for July shipment. The market closed at $1.24;*, a rise of two cents on

MARSHALL AVERTS NEW CRISIS [ARTICLE]

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MARSHALL AVERTS NEW CRISIS SHB Agree To Talks SIX CONDITIONS OF NEGOTIATION SINGAPORE'S Chief Minister, Mr. David Marshall, successfully averted a new industrial crisis in the Colony by persuading the Harbour Board last night to resume negotiations with Staff Association on the three outstanding claims. Mr. Marshall had discussions with

Runaway Youth Back In Spore [ARTICLE]

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Runaway Youth Back In Spore ...AND AVOIDS THE PRESS RUNAWAY Ho Kian Peng, 19, who changed his mind about going: to Red China while en route to Hongkong, returned to Singapore in a C.P.A. plane last 1 night. He adopted the s'vasive tactics again*t htfß& )hotographers as' h<> fl*J*w Hongkong.

SOEKARNO TO VISIT IRAQ [ARTICLE]

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SOEKARNO TO VISIT IRAQ BAGHDAD. July 4 (Reuter) —President Ahmad Soekarno of Indonesia has accepted the Iraq Government's invitation to visit Baghdad, it was officially announced today. Dr. Soekarno is expected to arrive in Baghdad on July 18. After spending 24 hours as a guest of the Iraq Government ho

39 HURT IN TRAIN CRASH [ARTICLE]

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39 HURT IN TRAIN CRASH TAIPEI. July 4 (Reuter) Thirty nine persons were hurt last night when a Diesel train crashed against a truck loaded with sulphuric acid in the outskirts of Taipei. Panic stricken passengers burnt by the acid rushed out screaming from the train. No deaths so far

US Traffic Kills 243 On July 4 [ARTICLE]

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US Traffic Kills 243 On July 4 CHICAGO. July 4— One of the biggest traffic jams in United States history sent holiday traffic deaths climbing towards record heights today Cars clogeed the highways across the nation as the long July 4 weekend hit its climax In the east, a blaring

Britain Transfers Base To S. Africa [ARTICLE]

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Britain Transfers Base To S. Africa LONDON. July 4 (Reuter) —Sir Anthony Edon. British Prime Minister, announced today that Britain is transferring her naval base at Simonstown. South Africa, to the Union Government But he told the House of Commons. Britain in peace and war would continue to havo the

KING HAAKON [ARTICLE]

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KING HAAKON OSLO. July 4 (Reuter) King Haakon. who broke his thigh in a fall in his bathroom last Wednesday, continues to make satisfactory progress, his doctors' bulletin said this morning.

She Had Boulders For Her Furniture [ARTICLE]

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She Had Boulders For Her Furniture LONDON, July 4 (AP) The Countess of Mayo, once famed as a Mayfair hostess, is back in circulation after spending two months in a Himalayan cave. The 51 -year-old Countess, who returned to London this weekend, told reporters she had gone to Rishikesh. Northern

MAO CALLS FOR MALAYAN SEAMEN [ARTICLE]

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MAO CALLS FOR MALAYAN SEAMEN TAIPEI, July 4, (UP)— Red China has begun recruiting Chinese seamen in Malaya, Hongkong and Macao to man their fast-growing motorized junk fleet on the Fukien coast, the official Tatao News Agency re- ported today. The Ministry of Interior's news agency said the Communists were

AIRPORT MAY OPEN ON AUG. 20 [ARTICLE]

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AIRPORT MAY OPEN ON AUG. 20 SINGAPORE'S 537.000.000 International Airport at Paya Lebar may open on Aug. 20, The Standard reliably understands. Civil Aviation authorities are in communication with Whitehall to find out if this date would fit into the Malayan programme of the Secretary for the Colonies, Mr. Alan

R. C. Prelates Sail For Brazil [ARTICLE]

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R. C. Prelates Sail For Brazil GENOA. July 4 (Reuter) Monsignor Manuel Tato and Ramon Novoa, Roman Catholic prelates expelled from Buenos Aires by the Peron Government three weeks agti. sail for Brazil today, amid reports that they will be allowed to return to Argentina. The reports were issued by

Red China Ranks 4th [ARTICLE]

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Red China Ranks 4th RIPLEY. West Virginia. July 4 (Reuter) Mr. Bradley D. Nash. Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force, said today that Communist China now possessed "the fourth most powerful air force in the world." In an address prepared for an Independence Day celebration. Mr. Nash said that

TEMPANY DIES IN U.K. [ARTICLE]

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TEMPANY DIES IN U.K. LONDON. July 4 (Router) —The death was announced today of Sir Harold Tempany. a former agricultural adviser to the Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs. Sir Harold, who was 73. died on Saturday at his West London home.

BORNEO GOVERNOR [ARTICLE]

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BORNEO GOVERNOR MR RE TURNBULL. the Governor of North Borneo, arrived in Singapore yesterday on his way to Jesselton after home leave. He leaves the Colony for Borneo on July 6.

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They'll Add Glamour To Singapore's New Airport [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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They'll Add Glamour To Singapore's New Airport FOLK of the six new hostesses who began learning their jobs at Kallang airport yesterday took time off to pose for this Standard picture. The% have been selected to augment the staff at thr new International airport which is to be opened on

Veteran-Women Bandits Give Up [ARTICLE]

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Veteran-Women Bandits Give Up JOIIOKh BAIIKI. Mon. -Two women terrorists, 1 who have been in the jungle since 1952, surrendered to the police in Labis, Johore, on Saturday. One of the two women. Tav Swec Emu. was the wife of Chop Hens. District Committee member for Labis, who was by

Ismay In Bonn [ARTICLE]

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Ismay In Bonn LORD Ismay. Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, flew to Bonn from Paris yesterday for a two-day official visit toi Wost Germany. Reuter

Town Will Go Gay For Jubilee [ARTICLE]

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Town Will Go Gay For Jubilee MERSING. Mon— Tins c i rches and the Diamond f the Sultan ol Jobore f Sept 1!». On the I there will ing of prayers, folition of f to the poor and hool Chi <:rcn. >ea sports and free cinema The next day there

Stevedores Oppose Hiring Of Casual Hands [ARTICLE]

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Stevedores Oppose Hiring Of Casual Hands PORT SWETTENHAM, Mon.— The Port Swettenham Harbour Workers' Union, representing 1.300 stevedores, decided here last night to protest against the continued employment of casual workers on a day-to-day basis. Mr. V Suppiah. the Union secretary, told its annual Renewal meeting that no employer should

12 MONTHS FOR MOTHER WHO SOLD CHILD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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12 MONTHS FOR MOTHER WHO SOLD CHILD SHE ALLEGED RAPE BY BUYER PENANG, Mon. A 36-year-old woman who filed a report against a shopkeeper for allegedly raping her 12-year-old daughter today discovered that the law works both ways. Koay Chooi, who lodged the report, was found guilty on a charge

Surrenders Because Of His Jungle-Born Son [ARTICLE]

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Surrenders Because Of His JungleBorn Son SEREMBAN, Mon. Government's surrender terms to the terrorists and the generous way the surrendered enemy personnel have been treated, was one of the reasons which made 30-year-old Yau Tong. Secretary and commander of the Seremban MCP organization to give up. The Standard learned today.

COMMODITY PRICES [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY PRICES CLOSING rubber prhe* (cents per Ib in Singapore yesterday were: Buyers Sellers No 1 R S.S Spot Loose 1261 126 i No I KSS f.o.b. July 124? 125 No. 2 113} 114J No. 3 107 108 Tone: Steady. TIN PRICE The price of tin yesterday was 5361 per

A BELL OF AN IDEA! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A BELL OF AN IDEA! MX. W. E. Balasingam. independant candidate for Ipoh ahd Menglembu constituency with his Ford Anglia wl ieh i s rigged up with a portable gramophone and loud speaker for his election campaign. Since Nomination Day. this ex-government clerk says he has lost 20 pounds weight

2 DOCKS IDLE [ARTICLE]

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2 DOCKS IDLE STRIKING workers tied up refitting work in Australia's two major naval dockyards yesterday following a dispute with the Navy over wage margins. Reuter They Walt* On Ice

TAPPERS OUTWIT ARMED TERRORISTS & DAZZLE CAPTORS WITH GETAWAY [ARTICLE]

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TAPPERS OUTWIT ARMED TERRORISTS DAZZLE CAPTORS WITH GETAWAY £?9u y a sim P |e trick fiv e rubber tappers managed Mt) escape with their lives from three armed Communist terrorists who field thrra captive at the point of their Runs for nearly an hour in a jungle swamp. I ThP

55-yr.Old Gets 5 Yrs. For Rape [ARTICLE]

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55-yr.Old Gets 5 Yrs. For Rape KUALA LOMPUI 55-ycar-nld rubi Chan Choy, VI I in the High Own of raping vi and Kntenoed to imprisonment. Th<* s^irl. in I I ant whisper. I Pretheroe th;<- I lnu in a nelfhb Kuala Kub B last year, when Cl In. "lh> picked

Photo Products Man On Tour [ARTICLE]

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Photo Products Man On Tour THE Export I Ge\ an If. Verbii st, arrive J pore yesterday tour of the for his He said ho was r in popularising colour 1.

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MINISTER BUYS A STAMP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MINISTER BUYS A STAMP .•rr for Communications and Works. Mr. ts buys the first stamp at the new Bukit I OfW which he declared open yesterday.

And Pledges Free Legal Aid [ARTICLE]

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And Pledges Free Legal Aid gg leg*] aid for the people was promised by Mr. the Minister for Communications, hired open a new post office at Bukit .ealcd that Mr. Tan Thoon Lip of was fioing to Australia to study eh already exists there. He warned that it would take

MARSHALL DROPS LIBEL ACTION [ARTICLE]

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MARSHALL DROPS LIBEL ACTION Progs Were Defendants Chiel ,*ed ye an .n g :n In the oiyr.ci the re in- .l"s 'hat .n" r In ques>d Rene- Marand lection dirty" r, :t- m- r libel SITC ppiy to mction of I P for the an irther ter d to s

CHARGED WITH CAUSING HURT [ARTICLE]

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CHARGED WITH CAUSING HURT MOHAMMED Maidin was tentatively charged ill the Singapore Sixth Magistrate ri yester lay with rausinq is hurt to Mohammed him with a knife at Mouln Green on March 3. Bail of $2,000 was allowed and the case postponed to July 11.

New Land Office Postings [ARTICLE]

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New Land Office Postings Mr. B. Senior g the the D. Ea.stI

BOARD MEMBER [ARTICLE]

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B OARD MEMBER Sim Ping 1 rhineac y the

Only 2 In Kajang To Give Blood [ARTICLE]

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Only 2 In Kajang To Give Blood KAJANG Moil- The Medical Department's ettorts to start a blood transfusion service in Kajang has met with response lrom only two volunteers —the District Officer and the Police OCPD Dr. Mohamed Noor the Medical Officer, had planned the service about two months ago

POLITICAL RADIO CAMPAIGN BEGINS [ARTICLE]

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POLITICAL RADIO CAMPAIGN BEGINS KI'ALA LIMPI'R, Mon. In a campaign address, Tungku Abdul Rahman tonight made a radio appeal to the Federation's million-strong electorate to vote the I'MNO-MCA-MIC Alliance into power at the July 27. election. Inaugurating Radio Malawi's political broadcasts, the Alliance chief held that the forthcoming election in

Two Detained With Opium [ARTICLE]

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Two Detained With Opium SINGAPORE Customs stopped a car in Keppel Road, on Sunday night and after a search discovered 23 pounds of opium in it. The opium is valued at $13,000. Two men who were in the car were detained.

Police May Now Shoot Buffaloes That Stray [ARTICLE]

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Police May Now Shoot Buffaloes That Stray MALACCA Mon. A Gazatte notification issued on June 30 empowers Police Officers of the rank of Corporal or above to shoot any buffalo found wandering in prohibited areas between the hours of 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. What constitutes prohibited areas where buffaloes

PRIEST DUE HERE SOON [ARTICLE]

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PRIEST DUE HERE SOON THE Chief Budrihi.-t Priest for Malaya and Singapore, the Venerable K. Gunaratsna Thero. is expected to arrive in Pcnang in the Carthase on July 18. He will be accompanied by the Venerable If. A. Upananda Thero.

Witness Faced A Similar Charge [ARTICLE]

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Witness Faced A Similar Charge ii :n 1 "rmunai at I Id the a chai 'M ■gainst •lr. P. F. de 1 if men. Chew Seek Choc and Kuoy Yew Kirn, BCCUSCd of attempting to extort $3,200 from him on Dec. lfi. last year, by putting him in fear of

BANISHMENT IS A MATTER FOR THE EXECUTIVE-JUDGE [ARTICLE]

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BANISHMENT IS A MATTER FOR THE EXECUTIVE-JUDGE Habeas Corpus Plea Dismissed THE application for a writ of habeas corpus concerning Sim Chwee Guan, 36, now detained in Outram Road Prison, pending banishment, was dismissed by the Chief Justice, Sir Charles MurrayAynsley, in the Singapore High Court yesterday. Cancelling the order

Three Face Trial For 'Toy Pistol' Robbery [ARTICLE]

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Three Face Trial For 'Toy Pistol' Robbery THREE men. Teng Poh Sui alias Poh Chwec. Tay Sai Tian. and Goh Hock Poh. stood trial before Mr. Justice Whitton in the Singapore Assize Court yesterday, on a charge of causing hurt whilst commiting armed robbery at a temple in Paya Lebar

HK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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HK EXCHANGE HONGKONG. July 4 Special Standard Service Closing prices of the Hongkong Exchange today were: Sls.tiO lo Ul sterling; $5.XXXXX to US$l; 51. 840 to Malayan $1; $0,121 to one Indonesian Rupiah; Gold $250,875 to a tael.

Curb On Bus Routes Will Hold Up Drift To Rurals [ARTICLE]

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Curb On Bus Routes Will Hold Up Drift To Rurals ALLOT more bus routes to Chinese-owned bus companies and more people will be encouraged to move out to the rural areas, thereby relieving the acute housing shortage in the City area, Mr. Sim Beng Seng, an elected councillor, declared yesterday.

IT WAS TOO LATE' SHE TELLS COURT [ARTICLE]

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IT WAS TOO LATE' SHE TELLS COURT A FORMER dance hostess, Pang Yin Ying, told the Coroner's Court yesterday that although she was told her mother Ng Choy Keng, 40, had taken poison, "I did not do anything. It was late at night." The Coroner Mr. Giam Chong Hing, was

No Wish To Close Down Paper – Tan [ARTICLE]

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No Wish To Close Down Paper Tan MALACCA. Mon "I have no wish to close down The Standard even though I heartily disaurre with the paper." said Mr. Tan Siew Sin, the Alliance candidate for Malacca Central, at an election rally today. Mr. Tan was replying to Mr. A. Dawson

RAF WEDDING IN CHANGI [ARTICLE]

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RAF WEDDING IN CHANGI SQUADRON Leader George H. Sizcr. Unit Commander. Headquarters, FEAF. was married at St. George's Church RAF Changi, to Miss Barbara Fay Campbell today. The bride flow out from the United Kingdom last week for the wedding. The newly weds will spend their honeymoon in Penang. Squadron

MUTE BROKE CURFEW LAW [ARTICLE]

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MUTE BROKE CURFEW LAW JOJIORE BAHRU. Mon.— A man, deaf and dumb, was sentenced in the Magistrate's Court here today to one day's imprisonment for breaking a curfew law. Ho Sw?e Hock was first charged a fortnight ago when he was found to be a mute. His case wa s

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FROM EXAM TO SERVICE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FROM EXAM TO SERVICE TWENTY students of the Junior Technical School in Singapore, called at the Blood Transfusion Centre at the General Hospital to don ate blood following: an appeal for donors of O group earlier in the day The students pictured with their instructor Mr. Leo Owen (standing second

GOSSIPS MADE HIM ATTEMPT SUICIDE [ARTICLE]

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GOSSIPS MADE HIM ATTEMPT SUICIDE TANJONG MALIM, Mon. Rajagppal, a Town Board lorry driver in Ulu Bernam, was bound over in the sum of $100 to be of good behaviour for one year in the Tanjong Malim Magistrate's Court on Saturday for attempting to commit suicide on June 2G. Inspector

Glamour Jobs May Cause A Rail Crisis [ARTICLE]

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Glamour Jobs May Cause A Rail Crisis How Were Girl Receptionists Selected —Union KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— The Malayan Railway Administration's recent appointment of six girl receptionists at Kuala Lumpur and Singapore stations, threatens to plunge the country into a new rail crisis, The Standard learnt today. The Malayan Railway Traffic

Here To Discuss Defence [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Here To Discuss Defence THE United Kingdom Assistant Under Secretary of State for Air, Mr. G. S. Whittuck arrived by Qantas BOAC plane in Singapore yesterday, to confer with the Colony Air and Arm> officials on the fiancial arrangements to be made with the Australian and T ew Zealand Governments

Students To Aid Fund [ARTICLE]

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Students To Aid Fund PENANG Mom. -The Secretary foi Chinese AH airs, Mr. B. T, W. Stewart, stated today that thp Han Chiang High Scboo] is organizing a concert in aid of the Settlement Welfare Fund on Saturday July 9. at the New World Amusement Park. About 100 students, 80

PMIA May Team Up With Alliance [ARTICLE]

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PMIA May Team Up With Alliance KLANG, Mon.— The Pan-Malayan Islamic Association—the big "question mark" in the Federal elections—set Party leaders here thinking today with a hint that it might join the Alliance in a coalition immediately after polling day. "The Association will join a Party with identical aims for

GUILTY PLEA IN THEFT CASE [ARTICLE]

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GUILTY PLEA IN THEFT CASE JUMANI bin Mujir. who pleaded guilty in the Singapore Sixth Magistrate's Court yesterday to a charge of theft of $260 cash. and gold articles worth 5675. was remanded in prison till July 11 for sentence. It was alleged that Jumani committed the ofTence at Pulau

BOY WHO MADE GOOD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BOY WHO MADE GOOD SWAMFILLAI Francis, former pupil of St. Paul's Institution Seremban returned home after obtaining a Diploma, in Veterinary Science from the Bengal Veterinary College, Calcutta. He had been away for the last 3 years.

Councillor Resigns [ARTICLE]

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Councillor Resigns PENANG. Mon. Municipal Councillor, Mr. 11. E. Tyebkhan. told The Standard today he has resigned from the Alliance Committee and also given up his post of vice-president of the Muslim League. Penang and Province Wellesley. He said he held a seat in the Alliance Liaison Committee on behalf

Congratulations! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Congratulations! YESTERDAY wm the ninth anniversary of Philippines Independence, More than 4.W gUB§U members of the Consular Corps, Government official** Service chiefs and leading Singapore citizens attended a reception at the residence of the Consul of the Republic of the Philippines, Mr. }"*"/> R- Abubakar. Mr. Abubakar proposed a toast

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Prostitution Increased By Loose Marriages [ARTICLE]

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Prostitution Increased By Loose Marriages TELOK AN SOX. Mon. The only way to combat the problem of increasing prostitution was to strengthen the Muslim marriage law to prevent loose marriages. This was the opinion expressed by the Kaum Ibu section of the Lower Perak Muslim Welfare Committee at] tta annual

ABORTION KILLED HER, CORONER TOLD [ARTICLE]

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ABORTION KILLED HER, CORONER TOLD Inquest Ends With Arrest Of Woman THE Singapore Coroner, Mr. X T. Alexander, yesterday ordered the arrest of a woman. Kathiyah binte Omar, after returning a verdict df "culpable homicide not amounting to murder" at the conclusion of an inquest into the death of a

TEN BROKE THE CURFEW [ARTICLE]

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TEN BROKE THE CURFEW TANJONG MALIM Mon len men were fined 520 each in *he Tanjung Ma'.im Magistrate's Court on Saturday for breach of curfew on Chancjkat Assa Estate Uiu Bernam on June 21

GAMBLERS FINED [ARTICLE]

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GAMBLERS FINED NINETEEN women and two men were fined a total of $105 j lor gambling in a house in Marne Road on July 3. by the Singapore- Fourth Police Magistrate yesterday

MUSIC PASS LIST [ARTICLE]

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MUSIC PASS LIST KUALA LUMPUR Mori. owinf is the list of randi who were successhi the theory of music .inat:ons of the Associated i of the Royal Schools of London, held in March SKLANGOR indicia tes entered by Hip Ml.ingor School of Music Lil.- Au-Yong il>, Pinkie Char. '11.I 1

She Wll Sing Here [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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She Wll Sing Here Photo. jWWi \\w\\V TUFNTY-tuo-year-old singer Miss Pam Cram arrived in Singapore yes- terday on a three-month sinuinu contract with Raffles Hotel. Born in Z. Calcutta of F.n»lish par- ents. Miss Cram said. she sane in prominent J ahutta hotels and some I'nited Kingdom clubs durin? the

ALL HAIL THE JOBS FOR LOCAL TEACHERS' PLAN [ARTICLE]

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ALL HAIL THE JOBS FOR LOCAL TEACHERS' PLAN Standard Staff Reporter THE proposal to have early Malayanization without "fear of loss of efficiency* 1 of the Singapore Education Service was yesterday hailed by political parties, teachers and students. They were commenting on a story published in yesterday's Issue of The

Off To World Mothers' Meet; [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Off To World Mothers' Meet; photo. MOKE than 200 members of thp Malay Women > Welfare Associai tion and friends were at i Kallang airport yesterterday to sen.i off their President, Cht Zahara 1 binte Noor Mohamed. 1 who left by KLM plane 1 for Lausanne. Switzer--1 land where she

Telecoms Plan For Broadcast, Television [ARTICLE]

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Telecoms Plan For Broadcast, Television IPOH. Mon.— The Tele- communications Department is planning to use a micro-wave system whereby the country's telephone system will be able to carry broadcast and television programmes between Singapore Kuala Lumpur. Ipoh and Pcnang. This was disclosed by the Member lor Posts and Telecommunications. Mr.

MP Suggests A New Tax [ARTICLE]

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MP Suggests A New Tax HEMEL Hempstead. England. July 4 (Reutert A Labour Member of Parliament. Mr. \V. Warbey. advocates a two per cent tax on all purchases from shops, the money to be a contribution to an international fund to help under-doveloped arras. "I believe the British people would

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iStandard cJilmcuxac INFORMATION AT A GLANCE CaveiuJ.vh ;n Cabarette; B3t a—JS— i Mungo Park. 6 m The Amc If I gvl Aft D C C A r torf !> ISIN(iAPORE tJ,?I- 1; ImTi isrt 7 r i SIIKI.I. (<>: P;ee h.m show-Escane It U 1 ths io freedom a: d

Singapore Standard [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Standard At The Cross Roads HMIh coming oi a new representative of the Crown is an event of considerable interest to the people of a colony. The masses are curious to know what manner of man he is; what he looks like. They are not guided by what others

REVIEW OF VIEWS [ARTICLE]

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REVIEW OF VIEWS C:u:ial Test IF we wani real independence^ and autonomy for- Singapore. w e must, simultaneously, do a.:^ We can in the fields of econo-2 mic.s and .sell-de f ence, writes Si n Chew Jit Poh. Commenting; on the speeches of£ Sir Robert Black and Mr.J David Marshall

We the PEOPLE

Australians Have No Bias Really [LETTER]

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Australians Have No Bias Really Sir;— l read with amazet a report in Tlie Singapore Standard un Friday, 1 7 55, where Mr. Tan Tuan Boon state* that one of tin* reasons ?/*/>[/ he is against the Australian troops coming to Mal'iya is because Australia has a "\V)ute Australia Policy"

THE LINE-UP FOR GENEVA [ARTICLE]

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THE LINE-UP FOR GENEVA Alastair Buchanl OlMti t': tU A «fe A- J v WASHINGTON. HEN the Foreign Ministers of Britain, France and the United States met In New York two weeks ago, they agreed that there would be no public discussion of any of the points of substance which

The Barn That WAS The Mayflower [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Barn That WAS The Mayflower Mabel Love By Christian Science Monitor Unknown to the world at large, the hull of the Pilgrims' Mayflower has apparently been resting quietly ever since 1628 in a small village not far from London. "G°OD-BYE FOR NOW, I*ll l>e hack a^ain," bellowed Christopher Jones,

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Famoous Battle Filmed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Famoous Battle Filmed THE Indian cruiser Delhi, 7,030-tons, which as HMS Achilles helped defeGr the German pocket battleship Graf Spec in the December 1939 Battle of the River Plate, has been filmed for scenes in a film version of the battle being made by Powell Pressburger Film Corporation. The cruiser,

IT IS IN THE AIR [ARTICLE]

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IT IS IN THE AIR ULISBAI] <■"■- W Women I > \ii lon o airmen airdinV up with P I) S. I i"»n Idins i» r ll^ r- nlistM more in no ;ui(! thai nli.il IS tln-v mr i mm* nthri bns- if n'kill

High Level Peace Talks Begin In Argentina [ARTICLE]

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High Level Peace Talks Begin In Argentina n in Ps to n b> the r one that n held I un d of nbas--1 arlos it this I taki n I the •< nt. the '•'»nwith Monone :i J^O' 17 in

Soviet Occupation Of East Europe A Threat To World [ARTICLE]

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Soviet Occupation Of East Europe A Threat To World RESOLUTION WARNS BIG 3' STRASBOURG, July 4 (AP)— Leading exiles from nine Eastern European countries yesterday asserted that Soviet occupation of their homelands is a threat to world peace which must be taken up at the Geneva 'Bis Four' Chiefs of

Troops Can Fight In SEA [ARTICLE]

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Troops Can Fight In SEA MELBOURNE. July 4 (Reu--1 tort Australian troops, who are I aye for Malaya in September, could be used in South-east i and not just against Communist terrorists in Malaya. Major General T.B.L. irchilt Officer- in -Charge Administration HcadquarPar East Land Forces. -.x'xl here today. Major

WIPED OUT FAMILY WHO PITIED HIM [ARTICLE]

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WIPED OUT FAMILY WHO PITIED HIM GALVESTON, Texas, July 4 •IP) A husky airman < onfessetl yesterday that shot and killed three members of a lamily who befriended him while he was hitchhiking through Texas. Omc of Kllis il. I.aulion's victims even ga\e him a second chance at friendship after

MIG DAMAGED IN DOG FIGHT [ARTICLE]

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MIG DAMAGED IN DOG FIGHT TAIPEI, July 4 (Router 1 One Chinese Communist MIG jet was •'heavily damaged" when nationalist Chinese Thunderjets fought a tenminute dog fight with four i Communist jets about ten miles north of Matsu Island today, according to nationa- i list air force headquarters here.

AILING PRINCE 71, DIES [ARTICLE]

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AILING PRINCE 71, DIES JAIPUR, India. July 4 1 1 (Router)— Bhupal Singh highest ranked Prince of Rajasthan, one of the largest political units in India, died his nalace in Udaiour today. He was 71 and had I bee n ailing for some time.

CONNIE SERVICE [ARTICLE]

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CONNIE SERVICE PERTH. July 4 (Router) Qantas Super Constellation service from Sydney to London via Perth will call at Cocos Island on the way to Singapore, Civil Aviation Minister. Mr. Athol Towney announced today.

COURT SEES THE DEATH BLOW [ARTICLE]

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COURT SEES THE DEATH BLOW tmmett-Dunne Re-Enacts Scene With Stand-in D,.»» DUE SSELDORF, July 4 Re utcr)— Sergeant Frederick Emmett««nne emerged red faced tousled and sweating from his cor todoy ZIZ' n f l Wca ry hond ocross his brow of ter demonstrating to the court mortio^here how, he soys,

Efforts To Stir Up Anarchy [ARTICLE]

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Efforts To Stir Up Anarchy ISTANBUL. July 4 <Reuter) The Prime Ministers office accused the opposition in a communique last night of an "economic conspiracy" to stir up anarchy in Turkey. The communique issued in Ankara alleged that the opposition was trying to exploit "mostly false and sometimes temporary shortages

MOLOTOV FLIES TO BERLIN [ARTICLE]

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MOLOTOV FLIES TO BERLIN CHERBOURG. July 4 (Reuten The Soviet Foreign Minister. Mr. Molotov, arrived here on board the Queen Elizabeth from the United States today, and left by air almost immediately afterwards for Berlin on his way to Russia.

Clean Up The News Call By The Pope [ARTICLE]

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Clean Up The News Call By The Pope VATICAN CITY, July 4 (UP)— Pope Pius XII told Rome newspapermen yesterday they had a "duty*' to prevent readers from revealing in the type of news stories that appeal to persons with a "detect of moral equilibrium.'' The 79-year-old Pope spoke to

Stunt Plane Crashes [ARTICLE]

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Stunt Plane Crashes FLORENCE. Italy. July 4,1 •UP) German stunt pilot Max Schwabe crashed before the horrified eyes of several hundred schoolchildren yesterday during an air show at Peretola airfield. Doctors said his condition was "grave." Schwaba. flying a two-seat-er German "Glem" plane, performed acrobatics about 100 metres over the

GREETINGS FROM CHIANG [ARTICLE]

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GREETINGS FROM CHIANG TAIPEI. July 4 (Reuter)— Nationalist China's President Chiang Kai-shek has sent messages of congratulations i to President Eisenhower and President Ramon Magsaysay. on the occasion of the United States and the Philippines Independence Day today, it j was announced here.

FAROUK'S ACRES GO TO THE LANDLESS [ARTICLE]

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FAROUK'S ACRES GO TO THE LANDLESS CAIRO, July 4 (Rei Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypti tributed 26,000 acres of lan of ex-King Farouk and forr family, to landless Fellaheer uter) Lieutenant Colonel ian Premier, yesterday dis- 1 id confiscated from estates ncr members of the RoyaL; i (peasants) at Maghamadi in

She Does Not Like Fishing [ARTICLE]

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She Does Not Like Fishing BRISTOL. England, July 4 (AP) A young man sat quietly fishI ing at the little resort of Keynsham, near here. Then ramp a splash and he was floundering in 10 feet of water. Rescuers who «pulled him to the bank heard an irate young woman

Foster's Appeal Is Rejected [ARTICLE]

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Foster's Appeal Is Rejected WELLINGTON. New Zealand. July 4 (Reuter) New Zealand's Executive Council decided today that Frederick Foster, condemned British immigrant whose mother flew here in an attempt to save him. should hang. It advised the Governor General. Sir Willoughby Norrie. that there was no reason Ito interfere with

Boy Weds Gym Mistress [ARTICLE]

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Boy Weds Gym Mistress ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE, Leicestershire. July 4. ißeutcr)-- A 17-year-old schoolboy, who eloped with his gym mistress of 23 from an English co-educa-tional school, married her today at Ashby De La Zouche. The boy, Norman Bircum- shaw. and the teacher. Celia Timmins. drove away together in

'Quake Shocks [ARTICLE]

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'Quake Shocks NEW YORK. July 3 < Reuter >— A "fairly sharp" earthquake about 4.700 miles from here was recorded today by the Fordham University seismograph. The direction was uncertain. Two shocks were recorded about ten minute.s apart.

Ultimatum Sent To Italian Liberals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ultimatum Sent To Italian Liberals ROME. July 4 (Rcuter* -Professor Antonio S Italy \s new L< ftChristian Democrat, mier-designaio. today delivered a 24-hour ultimatum to the Liberal Parly threatening to foim a Government without them unless they accept terms. Professor Scgni. 64. l s the main architect of Italy's land

Defensive Planning [ARTICLE]

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Defensive Planning BANGKOK. July 4 <UP> Military advisers of tilt SEATO powers, who will meet here on July 6-8. emphasized today their talks will "involve only purely defensive planning and preparatory measures necessary to ensure collective defence of the treaty area A Joint communique issued by the secretariat of the

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WARNING ON ASPIRIN HABIT [ARTICLE]

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WARNING ON ASPIRIN HABIT Vorit Make Your Body A Drug House— Doraisingham THE Deputy Permanent Secretary to the Singapore Health Ministry, Dr. M. Doraisingham, yesterday warned against the indiscriminate use of aspirins. Dr. Doraisingham was commenting on a report published in yesterday's Standard that two English doctors had found aspirin

SHE PASSED IN HINDI [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SHE PASSED IN HINDI Photo. One hundred and twenty sludonls of the N'eta.ii Hindi School. Singapore, who passed their Hindi examination, received certificates last week. Picture shows Miss Chin Fee Oi. the only Chinese student to receive her certificate, thanking the teachers. Standard

Symposium On Public Libraries [ARTICLE]

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Symposium On Public Libraries KUALA LUMPUR. Mon.— The Malayan Library Group, an association of professional and part-time librarians, will hold their next meeting in Kuala Lumpur, on Friday, July 8. at 5.30 p.m. The meeting will take the form of a symposium on public libraries, under the chairmanship of Mr

Couple In Car Robbed [ARTICLE]

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Couple In Car Robbed A SINGAPORE Chinese couple, who were in a car in Prince Edward Road, on Sun•4ay night, were robbed of their cash and jewel !ery by three .thugs, one of whom was armed with a knife. The three men tied up the man and relieved him of

ROAD HOC FINED [ARTICLE]

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ROAD HOC FINED LEE CHAI YUE was fined $25 in the Singapore Second Traffic Magistrate's Court yesterday when he pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding at 50 miles-an-hour while driving a caf along Mountbatten Road on March 13.

MISSING RAF CORPORALS BODY FOUND [ARTICLE]

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MISSING RAF CORPORALS BODY FOUND THE body of Corpora! James Grant of the Royal Air Force Station. Sclctar. was found in the Straits of Johorc on Sunday morning. He had been reported missing ear'.icr. Cpl. Grant \va< a coxswain in the R.A.F. Marine Craft Tnit stationed at Scletar. He arrived

Voice Training In America [ARTICLE]

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Voice Training In America THE tenor who sang the role of the Major General in the Ipoh Choral Society's recent production of "The Pirates Of Penzance." Mr. Vincent Daniel, will leave Malaya within a few days for the United States where he will take up advanced vocal training. The production,

Jailed For Assaulting Tec [ARTICLE]

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Jailed For Assaulting Tec KUALA LUMPUR Mon. Thirty-one-year old Choon Teck of Pctaling Street was jailed for a month by the Second Magistrate today for assaulting a detective corporal, who called on him to investigate a case. The Court was tcld that the corporal was assaulted by Choon on April

Fined For Having Food [ARTICLE]

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Fined For Having Food JOHURE BAHRU. Mon. Lee Kum Fee. a female weeder. was fined $600. in (iefauit six months' imprisonment, by Mr. N L. Cohen in tho Sessions Court Pontian, today, for possession cf six pit res of cocked rice cake without a permit in a prohibited area. She

SGT'S. HOME BURGLED [ARTICLE]

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SGT'S. HOME BURGLED WHEN' a Singaooie Army sergeant and his wife returned home after Sunday evening outing, they found their home in Ec Lew Lcng Road, ofi Hillside Drive, broken into and cash and household articles worth over $750 missing.

Man Acquitted Of Infanticide Charge [ARTICLE]

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Man Acquitted Of Infanticide Charge JOHORE BAHRU, Mon.— A man, Pabik bin Daing Mapura, 26, charged with murdering a newly born infant, was today acquitted without his defence being called by Mr. Justice Storr at the Assizes here. According to the prosecution. Sahada binte Chalamah who had been a widow

Dato Seeks Votes Of Fishermen [ARTICLE]

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Dato Seeks Votes Of Fishermen I JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. Dato Onn, the Party Negara I leader, has begun his personal campaign for votes among Malay ftsherfolk living along the west ccast of Johore. The seven villages on the west coast have a population of about 7.000, mostly Malays. These villages

NO REPLACEMENT FOR DR. LIN YET [ARTICLE]

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NO REPLACEMENT FOR DR. LIN YET THE Chancellorship of the Xanyang University left vacant by Dr. Lin Yu-tang, wiU not be filled for the time being, The Standard understands. The duties of the Chancellor will, instead, be carried out by a triumvirate formed by the Deans of the Colleges of

Man Faces Hurt Charge [ARTICLE]

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Man Faces Hurt Charge KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Yap Peng Kee. 26. of Klyne Street today claimed trial before the First Magistrate to a charge of causing hurt to Wong Yong Sang with a knife at 6.30 p.m. on June 19 in Malacca Street. Inche Abdul Rani, the magistrate, allowed him

Govt Employees Unions Officials [ARTICLE]

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Govt Employees Unions Officials THE following were elected ofTire-bearers of the Singapore Federation of Union s of Governrrent Employees at the delegates conference held recently:- President Mr. N.A. Ku'.arajah. YK-e-president Mr. R. Ramalingam, secretary Mr. G. Kanriasamy. treasurer Mr. M Corduro.

No Candidate [ARTICLE]

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No Candidate The Executive Committee is believed to have postponed the appointment oi a Chancellor so as not to delay the opening of the University, which is .scheduled to take place early next year. It is also believed that there has been some difficulty in finding a suitable candidate for

Carrier On Way Hore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Carrier On Way Hore photo. The light aircraft carrier Vengeance which arrived at the Singapore Naval Base yesterday from Australia. The carrier which i s under the command of Capt. O. H. Becher was lent to the Royal Australian Navy early in 1953. It is now on passage to Britain

Local Man To Be Resident Doctor [ARTICLE]

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Local Man To Be Resident Doctor Malayanization Plan t/ndcrW THE Health Minister, Mr. A J. Braga disclc* yesterday that plans are under consideration to < the existing facilities of the St. Andrew's Orthonal Hospital at Tay Lian Teck Road, Singapore "We plan to build quarters for nurses which at the

Seven Fined For Street Brawls [ARTICLE]

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Seven Fined For Street Brawls KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Five men. Sardar Singh. Piara Singh. Bakshi Sinjdi .Sarjan Singh and Basak Singh were fined $15 rach ;n the Second Magistral' Court, today for fighting at Selayang on May 5. Two others. Samah Khan and Ghull Khan, who pleaded guilty to a

Crown Offers No Evidence [ARTICLE]

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Crown Offers No Evidence MAWAR bin Abdul ah, churscd with attempting to murder an ex-gangster, Mohamad SharifT bin Kassim. in I Serangoon Road on Jan. 5. was c disrharged, not amounting to I an acquittal, by Mr. Just; Whitton in the S.n-^apore As- c size Court ye-terday. when the .1

They Help BBC Malay Section [ARTICLE]

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They Help BBC Malay Section TWO wr: spent some and the I v 1 i those who Far Eastern Ma: on They ar. I;. Burnard S hand in prepa comment h\< alter the n Singtonwa '■a.st A.. the Manrh has made Far East. Hi G< n< va c< n\ er

BOY DIES IN ESTATE WELL [ARTICLE]

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BOY DIES IN ESTATE WELL KUAI The body o| boy Wi estate v boy bad f I from i\. A !a))O :r< i I body whr.'i hr U> rir;. I I his v. ;<y If wo

HAD DAGGER, FINED $30 [ARTICLE]

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HAD DAGGER, FINED $30 KUALA I I rhen •hargr < in Mil a nui fai.i:>g BOUND OVER JOHORE B.V [ri the Mafi iay Lttßg V l&my 4 attempted suicide by jverhead v lalan Tebra a $1 ■is.

Hitch-Hiker Feted [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hitch-Hiker Feted THE Singapore Ind-on Association on Suruhost at a lunch given in honour of M' V kumar, the round-the-world hitch-hiker who through Singapore. Standard photo shows kumar (fourth from right) with the A^ Committee members.

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Ssh! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Aladdin's Caves in London [ARTICLE]

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Aladdin's Caves in London Mahorajaht and American millionaires shop for fabulous treasures of ASPREYS, famous London jewellers. C GOLDEN dlnn.-r service < 1 and half a dozen sold 1 liqueui "glasses" made to celebrate Coronation Year. lie waiting to be sold at As- j prey's. famous London jewellers. They ar

MATERNITY WARD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MATERNITY WARD "Will it be a boy or girl, nurse?" "I suppose so. Were you \v expecting something else?"

"THE WOLF-Seduces 63 Girls In Two Years [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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"THE WOLF-Seduces 63 Girls In Two Years JOSEPH GRANT By THEN HE SELLS EACH AT 1,000 YEN COMMISSION TOKYO. JJENO Station is the terminal for all trains coming into Tokyo from Japan's northern farm districts. It is also the main hunting ground of hundreds of white slavers operating in the

Carves in Fishnet [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Carves in Fishnet Nancy Baume by A PRETTY smile comes from 17-y ear-old i dancer. Anne Cumming of Harrow, who appears in "Light i Fantastic" at London's Fortune Theatre. goblets; luxurious fine leather travelling cases with gold and silver fittings. Everywhere was soft, carpeted elegance and beautiful things made for

Goodnight Kisses? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Goodnight Kisses? Paul Cave QUIZ ANSWERS \Y HAT do modern teen- agers think about "good-night" kisses? How "fast" is the youth of today? Any adult who starts quizzing teenagers with questions like these is likely to collect a raspberry. Youngsters generally, are too suspicious of grown-ups to give straight answers

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Page 9 Miscellaneous

RUBBER CLOSED AT $1.24% AFTER REACHING $1.28% [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER CLOSED AT $1.24% AFTER REACHING $1.28% hjhjghhgg Standard Market Reporter SINGAPORE rubber prices yesterday moved up and down within a range of four cents, the highest reported having been $1.28? for first grade July shipment which later closed at $1.24? per lb., a rise of two cents on Saturday.

Exports Of Copra Decline [ARTICLE]

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Exports Of Copra Decline MALAYAN copra exports declined more than 30 per cent during th<- first quarter of this year from the same period In 1954, the Foreign Agricultural Service of the 0 I Department of Agriculture reported. In tho same period the ex- i port of coconut oil rose

FIGHTING PESTS [ARTICLE]

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FIGHTING PESTS IN the pa>t decadr. the U S chemical industry has come to the farmers aid with more than 30.000 organic compounds specifically de- vised to combat various types of Insects and plant afflictions.

RUBBER EXPORTS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER EXPORTS TOTAL exports of rubber. all grades to all countries. from Singapore and Fcdera- J tion of Malaya during June. amounted to 77.393 tons, according to preliminary statis- tics. i

RUBBERS SHOW A BIG RISE, TOO [ARTICLE]

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RUBBERS SHOW A BIG RISE, TOO RUBBER share quotations in the Malayan market yesterday continued to rise in sympathy with the upward trend of the commodity prices. Many rubber shares rose by three cents over Saturday's cloak and some gained as much as five rents. But although more confidence than

BUSINESS DONE IN SHARES [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE IN SHARES SINGAPORE sharebrokers yesterday reported the following business done: Con. Tin Smelt. 35/- overnightFed. Disp. $.103 (odd lot); Gammon S2.f>2i t o $2.(J7J; Goodwood Park $1.15; M. Breweries $3.45; M. Colls. 77 cents overnight; Metal Box $1.40 xd and $1.50 cd: Robinson ords. $2.25; Sime Darby $2.00:

Paya Lebar's $650,000 Fuelling Depot Ready [ARTICLE]

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Paya Lebar's $650,000 Fuelling Depot Ready SHELL and Stanvac's $650,000 aviation fuelling Paya Lebar Airport is now completed and will be put ed," says Mr. R. S. Jack, Shell engineer in charge of < Using a hydrant fuelling system, the installation will Initially deliver 350.000 gallons of aviation fuel each

Ships In Harbour [ARTICLE]

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Ships In Harbour outer roads Stanvac Djirak. He Kerens. Lapa/. Minjak. Inverbank. Slo- terdjik. North Star, Shapur. I j Bat a vi a INNER ROADS 1 Lipis. Pasigi. CalteX 33. Senanc. Tong Hons*. Mm Huang. Laksula. Hin Chocng, Poolcng. Torina. H»ng Hinc, Lnndak Larut. Sg. Bila. Petaling. Sirusa. Stia. Hua

TIN EXPORTS [ARTICLE]

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TIN EXPORTS TOTAL exports of tin to all 1 countries from Singapore and 1 Federation of Malaya during 1 June, amounted to 5,1)13 tons. J

RISE IS SEEN IN PRICES OF STEEL [ARTICLE]

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RISE IS SEEN IN PRICES OF STEEL WORLD steel prices, including that of imported steel into countries like Malaya, are being .affected by labour wage increases in the producing countries of America and Europe. The price of imported steel into Malaya has been on the upward trend recently, according to

$2 Million Exchange For looh [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$2 Million Exchange For looh brought into operation on Sunday morning. (Above): The Assistant Controller of Telecoms, Perak. Mr. J. M. Martin, is seen giving a few hints to "Hello" girls at the new exchange. (On right): Technicians are seen here attending to the Ipoh automatic ex change under the

Object Of Giving Shell Study Awards [ARTICLE]

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Object Of Giving Shell Study Awards AS AN international organization Shell believes that it has a part to play in bringing together men of exceptional scholastic ability and character. In so doing wo may help them to make important contributions to technological ad- j trancement in their homelands. So said

Industrial Diamonds [ARTICLE]

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Industrial Diamonds AUSTRALIAN production of industrial diamonds during the first half of last year, though small, and valued at morn than $50,000. is the highest recorded for many years.

PARIT PERAK REPORTS A PROFIT OF $29,218! [ARTICLE]

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PARIT PERAK REPORTS A PROFIT OF $29,21 8 THE Parit Pcrak Rubber Co.. Ltd's accounts for the financial year ended December 31. 1954. show a working i profit of $29,218. Including repayment of replanting ce.sse.s $44,036. adding War Damage recoveries $3,940. deducting the sum of $27,703 for expenditure on replanting

MALAYA S TRADE WITH R.I. MAY BE STEPPED UP [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA S TRADE WITH R.I. MAY BE STEPPED UP Present Indonesian Govt Wins Elections Standard Staff Reporter THE trade between Malaya and Indonesia may be stepped up if the present R.I. Government wins the coming elections, Prof. V. S. Sundaram. head of the Department of Economics of Sir Thea&araya College.

BANE RATES [ARTICLE]

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BANE RATES THE Malayan Exchange Banks Association buying rates to merchants are: New York W 11/16 (T.T.). 32 13/16 (0.D.). 32 IS/16 credit bills and 33 trade bills (90 d/st)Canada 32 5/16 (T.T t. 32 7/lti (O.Dj. 33 n/16 credit bills and 32? trade bills (90 d/st) Soiling (T.T./0.D.): NewYork

Overseas Inquiries For Peppei [ARTICLE]

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Overseas Inquiries For Peppei C'.OOD i steadied tin Exchange yestei gained $1 close. Noon closii DicUl) 5177 sai Sperm! was steady thipuM i $44* i. A quiet lot* copra, whim HOLIDAY. < I II IH and O. I IV u|»ra Juh T en but S 4 p.m. T IKB Ltd

Fork Truck For Long Loads [ARTICLE]

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Fork Truck For Long Loads A NEW pnr plank porat the Ite bw ins para < to 1 Th i than Th< and R wich, El

AVIATION EXPORTS [ARTICLE]

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AVIATION EXPORTS BRITISH I May toti it. an than f. lm. ovd May last

Coffee Market Again Stagnant [ARTICLE]

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Coffee Market Again Stagnant Standard Market Reporter THE temporary recovery in Singapore coffee prices recently has subsided and the market for this commodity has again become stagnant. The brief upturn in prices is largely attributable to a reported agreement among South American producers to regulate exports instead of dumping surpluses

Britannias For Israel [ARTICLE]

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Britannias For Israel A CONTRACT for the purchase of three Bi •Britannia" 300 LR. tui prop airliners by El A Airlines, with an onUon on two more, has been signed limultaneou>ly m Tel Aviv and Bristol. The airrraft. to be delivered for operation in early I will be capable <>i

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LAUNCHING A LINER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LAUNCHING A LINER These I Pictures Show How It Is Done j \YHEN Queen launched the liner Empress of Britain, she did so by lapping a plunger with a mallet, and seventy-five seconds 14,000 tons of ship splashed into the Clyde. How it was donexplained by shipwright Mr, W. Tennoek

Fun Library [ARTICLE]

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Fun Library MORE book titles have been sent in for the Fun Library. "The Cannibals 1 by Henrietta Mann: "The Song of the Shirt" by Dryden Aird. False Antiques" by Fay Kingham. "Vintage Car" by iona Olden; "Baby troubles" by T. Thing; "Up and Down" by C. Saw; "The Encyclopedia"

Word Juggling [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Word Juggling I'M sure readers have never seen: A sheet from the bed of a river. A toe from the foot of a mountain. A page from a volume of water. A wink from an eye in a potato. A feather from the wing of a football team. A hair

YOUNG FOLKS

Youthful Dancers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Youthful Dancers i'[ ADIES and gentlemen. plee-ease! Take your t partners for a quickstep!" i The scene was a crowded 1 dance-floor above a cinema I which I visited recently I went t 0 see 25 couples 1 from ail over Britain competing in the finals of a ballroom-dancing contest

TALE OF A TAIL [ARTICLE]

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TALE OF A TAIL THIS week's first question is: \A/LJV Do Animals Wni Have Tails? IF you watch a cat walk alo ig a fence you will see it twitches its tail from side to side to help itself balance. Greyhounds also use their tails for balancing: when turning at

STUDENTS AT 25 [ARTICLE]

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STUDENTS AT 25 QOVS should go to school until they are 25 at least— that was the revolutionary suggestion made at a conference of dccountants in London recently. And they ought to begin working part time when they are fifteen, added Mr.' E. F. Brown, a London accountant in the

TRICKS WITH RINGS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TRICKS WITH RINGS kt^rv u n^ onh a fr» <ur. pir. „f Ntri< a"d i handk* 1 of dp rises iirpiv j Ike slrin: oth«js on t^ 4 W. in Unit "ii are t»m t«» dissol solid i in. th r HOW 101 M \-k a frir^ to hold the

Untitled [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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For a moment I th«« missod \ou

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Ap-rpQ t\jc Olj i r*i k>i iCT r~ r> IV iv a fVKi oi a i y f y *^j \*3 ■/JtHi^^. 1 wO jc nn xi ♦^■■^■■ißn Bl .^^ftf^/ He Alni p*LL** --r lEI6HT RITSOPQ4ACT YOIJ m Hri'i i <:!!DtT^^^( IT WITH AM aI IRJ ATV-Cvc ia/ii i dp

I MAY URN PRO. TRABERT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I MAY URN PRO. TRABERT i "<b\rt*tatfi l 3 turn ISO .nriati. i Kurt u.n U»t rri; puytec it the resort ipfel o(.n I may il." rver, IS this the last ire will see oj Tony Trabert as an amateur?

& BILL FACES SEVERAL PROBLEMS [ARTICLE]

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BILL FACES SEVERAL PROBLEMS liiMKI 1 DON I nuland. July 4 (AP)-Bill Talbert, capUtei looked back on the Wimbledon ipfeßships today and said: "Now we (l hl»ni s to work out before the Davis 0 Patty defeated Australian Davis Cup star Lew Hoad in three .straight sets in the quarter-finals.

Corinthians In The Running For League Honours [ARTICLE]

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Corinthians In The Running For League Honours Corinthians 4. H.M. Dockyard L Obed 2, Hussem 'gift' goal. 'Cijl' goal. Referee Mr. liar on Angullia. SINGAPORE Corinthians beat the H.M. Dockyard by four goals to one in a SAFA Division 1 league match piayed at the Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday. Corinthians,

RM Ramblers Did Everything But Score [ARTICLE]

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RM Ramblers Did Everything But Score YOUNG MKN'S Muslim Association, with a more accurate set of forwards, took a ~-0 victory when they mot Radin Mas Ramblers *at (icvlang Stadium yesterday. Radin Mas were more constructive in their moves, but their forwards could not score. The Ramblers pressed from it

ATHLETIC GLAMOUR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ATHLETIC GLAMOUR DON'T they make a lovely ■picture'} Humm\ They are left to right, Annie Choong, Josie May, May Yap and Ng Sui of the Selangor Chinese Athletic Association's women relay quartette. This Picture was taken just after they had won the 440 yards relay at the Selangor A. A.

MOUNT ERSKINE WIN BOYS' CLUBS ATHLETIC MEET [ARTICLE]

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MOUNT ERSKINE WIN BOYS' CLUBS ATHLETIC MEET SEVEN Youth clubs took part in the Federation of Boys' Clubs third annual athletic meet held at the Victoria School ground on Sunday, and five records were broken. In the 220 yd.r class B event. Low Nam Seng of Mount Erskine Boys' Ciub

ALEXANDRA FT GO FOR GOALS [ARTICLE]

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ALEXANDRA FT GO FOR GOALS ALEXANDRA Footbai: Team strengthened their position in the Colony's Div nB league when they trounced Town Rangers G— o on F& N ground yesterday. The Alexandras lead the league with 20 points from 12 games. The fact that six different players scored the six goals

RAF Seletar Beat Recs [ARTICLE]

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RAF Seletar Beat Recs ROYAL Air Force. Selctar, beat the Singapore Recreation Club by two goal? to nil in a SAFA Division 2A League match at the Jalan Bcsar Stadium last night. SRC must win their next encounter against the Tampenis Rovers lo avoid relegation. Gaun and Weedon scored the

RAOCTEAM [ARTICLE]

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RAOCTEAM THE following have been .selected to represent the Royal Army Ordnance Corps in a cricket match against the Royal Army Service Corps tomorrrow. at Friendly Hill ground. 3 BOD Lt Col R. A. J. Wiffin* iCapt.), Capt. F Harper ViceCapt). Maj C. J Majjuire. Capt J. G. Grimble Capt.

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TUITION BEGINNERS' Class— Singapore Chinese Mandarin School 122-120. Prinsep Street. Singapore. New Class for absolute i beginners (Explanations in Eng hsh> commencing 7th July, 1955 Mondays and Thursdays 5.30 to 7 p.m. Class Teacher Prof Grace W. Low. B.A MA. Vacancies also in other 18 classes 'Intermediate. Advanced and Secondary

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CLASSIFIED ADS SITUATIONS VACANT APPOINTMENT OF TBAIMK DRAFTSMAN OVFRSLEBS and SIH OWRShf RS \PPUCATK>NS are mv;'H for the following Trainee in the permanent r<.tah',;«hm#:it of the Municipal Engineer* Department ta) One Draftsman (b) Two Overseers for S#wer. ag c and R -rks lc) Two Sub-Overseen for w >rki. 2 Candidates

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Race Weights For Saturday [ARTICLE]

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Race Weights For Saturday KIALA M'MPI'R. Mon— Weights for the first day of the 1 Selangor Turf Clubs July njee ting opening here on Saturday, are as follows: C 1. 4 Div. 1— 5} Furs. Mmnj and Free 9.00 Red Hat US Marcelle 8.11 Roman Flyer 8.10 Hunter's Call II

Melbury Court May Beat Bright Eyes' $ Record [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Melbury Court May Beat Bright Eyes' Record WINDSOR LAD reviews the Perak Races. KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. —Eight-year-old Melbury Court, who scored over 1 1 miles at Ipoh on Saturday, concluding day of the Perak Turf Club's June-July meetins:, registered her twelfth success on the Malayan turf, boosting: her winnings to

FATHULS SCORE EIGHT GOALS [ARTICLE]

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FATHULS SCORE EIGHT GOALS FATHUL Karib SAFA Division 2A League Leaders beat the Singapore Cricket Club B—28 2 in a friendly match on the Padanj* yesterday Sahar Hussein 6. and Hamid Ibrahim 2, scored for Fathul. Van der Meij scored both the SCC goals.

WYNN ROGERS' CRITICISMS ARE 'UNJUST' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WYNN ROGERS' CRITICISMS ARE 'UNJUST' P/%^^^^Byp/^fß COPENHAGEN, July 4, (UP)— Manager of the Danish Thomas Cup team Richard Heilbo said here today that the criticisms levelled against the Badminton Association of Malaya by Wynn Rogers were "unjust and came as a "complete surprise* to him. Hciibo made these comments after

NO SAAA FIELD FOR TRAINING [ARTICLE]

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NO SAAA FIELD FOR TRAINING Achilles Athletic* COLONY athletes have helped Singapore to win the Malayan championships lor six successive years. Colony athletes are striving to put the Singapore AAA on the map. at least, in this part of the world. BUT WHAT IS THE SINGAPORE AAA DOING TO ENSURE

Chew Bee & Lint Sta Their Back To The Title' Bid [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chew Bee Lint Sta Their Back To The Title' Bid ONG Chew Bee and Lim Hee Chin, the Colony's doubles champions in 1952 and 53, began their campaign to return to the title when they ousted Paul Wheatley and S. Mu.sti in a 30-minute 6-1, 6-4 firs^ rounder at the

Matches For Today [ARTICLE]

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Matches For Today \l v( m M Rinrlrs: X D Eric P< Kric Lim O I r«« II Men's Single VS \".t!i W§ O:.j At SRC frum Sinjle>: Mi Khcnu < vs Shertf b; hi p.m.: Men's Btagli i vs Pctei !i X I M Tanclm I" Junior Sinjjl vs

Beatty Boys Win Cricket [ARTICLE]

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Beatty Boys Win Cricket BEATTY Secondary School scored a 74-: un victory over Johore English College in an inter-school cricket match played on the JEC ground yesterday. Beatty 142 for six wickeis declared: Ramakrishnan 58. Choon Ho 30. Thiru 30 not out, Zainal three for 46, Kulasingam three for 43.

OPENING FOR VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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OPENING FOR VICTORY thi* M Urn ih. i I xhnuitl 'li an <>as^ m mm I'nui v I V „jU (In i, I; P mimm 1 irtt l" n If urr r MM, donhi s v l Uu l(it In,, X,, Umm Khr 1 si-mi. final h,, f J

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