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The Straits Times, 8 March 1959

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THE SUNDAY TIMES In No. 1.228. SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1959 20 CENTS

THE BIG WALK WORRY: WILL IT RAIN? [ARTICLE]

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THE BIG WALK WORRY: WILL IT RAIN? CINGAPORE, Sot. As excitement mounted today with the zero hour tor the Free Press Walk drawing closer and closer, the 1.636 who will take part in the event tomorrow were worried by the weather. They wen wondering whether the main "obstacle" in this

NEW BRITISH ENVOY [ARTICLE]

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NEW BRITISH ENVOY JAKARTA, Sat.- -The new British Ambassador to Indonesia, Sir Leslie Fry, has arrived to take up his post. Reuter.

BIG SEND-OFF FOR GRIVAS? [ARTICLE]

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BIG SEND-OFF FOR GRIVAS? T^ICOSIA, Sat, Archbishop Mukarics said last night that the Eoka leader. George Grivas "will leave Cyprus in a dignified manner.'" It was the first acknowledgement by the prelate since his return to this island that Griyas will leave. Makurios refused to elaborate on his statement. Makarios

In case of emergency DIAL 2 or 3 [ARTICLE]

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In case of emergency DIAL 2 or 3 NEW SECURITY SYSTEM TO KEEP PUBLIC ALERT BY PHONE SINGAPORE, Saturday. |N ANY national emergency in Singapore the public will soon be able to keep track of events by telephone if they cannot get near a radio to hear public announcements. Anyone

FORMER JAPAN PREMIER DIES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FORMER JAPAN PREMIER DIES former Prime Minister of Japan, died yesterday in his home in Tokyo at the age of 76. He had a heart attack. The veteran statesman was Prime Minister for two years from December 1954. National leaders, led by the Prime Minister, Mr. Nobusuke Kishi, rushed to

3-PRONGED DRIVE [ARTICLE]

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3-PRONGED DRIVE BANGKOK. Sat The Prime Minister, Field Marshal Sarit Thanarat. has ordered the arrest of beggars, prostitutes and lepers in Ba ngkok. Reuter.

SAMPAN GIRL IS PRINCE'S GUEST ON BRITANNIA [ARTICLE]

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SAMPAN GIRL IS PRINCE'S GUEST ON BRITANNIA HONG KONG. Sat.— An unemployed Cantonese sampan girl was an honoured guest of Prince Philip today at a reception aboard the Royal yacht Britannia. She is Miss Ho Kwai Ying, 23. whom Prince Philip first met in 1945 when, as a navy lieutenant

ORSON WELLES CALLS ON STAR OF PEKING OPERA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ORSON WELLES CALLS ON STAR OF PEKING OPERA Miss Yu Soo (how, leader of the Pi-king opera troupe now performing at Sky Theatre, last night received a big surprise. She was in the dressing room putting final touches to her makeup when in walked actor Orson Welles. Miss Yu. also

Rebels attack estates in North Sumatra [ARTICLE]

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Rebels attack estates in North Sumatra Jakarta, sat. Rebels have reopened guerilla warfare against British and Indonesian rubber estates in North Sumatra, estate agents said here today. Worst hit were estates in the lonely Renkauprapat area, 200 miles south of Medan, the North Sumatran capital. Bands of 40 to 50

A PRETTY ROBBER [ARTICLE]

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A PRETTY ROBBER LAS VEGAS (Nevada). Sat. A beautiful, but hard-talk-ing 19-year-old blonde robbed the First National Bank of Nevada of almost US$2,OOO today, but was captured almost immediately as she attempted to flee in a bus.

Mr. K WARNS: WAR OVER BERLIN WILL BE END OF THE WEST [ARTICLE]

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Mr. K WARNS: WAR OVER BERLIN WILL BE END OF THE WEST LEIPZIG, Saturday. "^HE Soviet Premier, Mr Nikita Khrushchev, warned the West today that e^en a limited war over Berlin would become a global holocaust "that will end with the desctruction of the West." I He told a meeting

U.S. $2O MIL. LOAN [ARTICLE]

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U.S. $2O MIL. LOAN WASHINGTON. Sat. The United States development Loan Fund today announced a loan of U.S. $20 million to the Metropoloitcn Electric Authority of Bangkok Slam —Reuter.

DEBBIE FOR SPAIN [ARTICLE]

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DEBBIE FOR SPAIN NEW YORK, Sat —Actress Debbie Reynolds flew to Spain yesterday to make a film. She told newsmen that she regarded Eddie Fisher as a closed chapter in her life-

Now Mr. M tells of another $500,000 offer [ARTICLE]

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Now Mr. M tells of another $500,000 offer ...AND CALLS FOR REGULAR PROBE OF PARTY FUNDS SINCAPORE, Saturday. MR. DAVID MARSHALL, chairman of the Workers' Party, today told the Sunday Times that in November last year he had turned down an offer of $500,000 from the head of another Colony

Chew to resign from the SPA [ARTICLE]

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Chew to resign from the SPA CINGAPORE. Sat.— The former Education Minister, Mr. Chew Swee Kee, is to resign from the Singapore People's Alliance. Mr. Chew told the SPA of hLs intention during a meeting of its executive committee today. After the meeting, the SPA secretary-general. Mr Wang Tsun Hao.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS MAN FOUND SLASHED SIM PURE, Sat Kam;<ti 30. found I flatbed it 7th mile Bufc t limih Road tonign Takes t" General Ho--

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Our secret radio code nearly cracked us! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Our secret radio code nearly cracked us! TOM HARRISSON CONTINUING: OPERATION TIGER ANTS (Part 2)-A FIRST-HAND ACCOUNT OF THE i»y SO FAR:— Eight British and Australian commandos, members ot the tough "Z Special" cloak-and-dagger unit, had dropped into the jungle of Japanese-occupied Borneo (at Bario. on the Plain of Bah)

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Thousands join the growing army of tiger ants [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Thousands join the growing army of tiger ants ...THE SECRET WAR IN BORNEO, TOLD FOR THE FIRST TIME drop was not a good one; a good deal ol it was lost. What mattered most was the proof that we had further .support. This further demonstration—of our good faith and continuing

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Do's and Dont's for the Federal polls [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Do's and Dont's for the Federal polls CANDIDATES ARE ALLOWED MAXIMUM OF FIVE CARS FOR EACH POLLING STATION $500 FINE IF YOU CIVE VEHICLE WITHOUT PERMIT TO CARRY VOTERS KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. PEOPLE supporting any candidate at the coming general election will be liable to a fine of up to

GOVT. SEEKS PARENTS OF THE BOY [ARTICLE]

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GOVT. SEEKS PARENTS OF THE BOY The Singapore Social Welfare Department is anxious to contact the pa. rents or guardians of this boy who was found wan. dering in the Kampong Ka. por area on Jan. 26. The boy gave his name as Er Hong Hai and his age as

$1,797,215 IN TAX [ARTICLE]

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$1,797,215 IN TAX KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The Federation's net collections from income tax for February totalled $1,797,215.

DRIVER SAVES HANGING WOMAN [ARTICLE]

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DRIVER SAVES HANGING WOMAN KUALA LUMPUR. Sat— A PWD driver returning here yesterday saw a woman dangling from a rope tied to a rubber tree at 19th mile Ipoh Kuala Lumpur road. A Selangor CID spokesman said today that the man stopped the vehicle, cut the rope and brought the

It's now Royal North Borneo Turf Club [ARTICLE]

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It's now Royal North Borneo Turf Club JESSELTON, Sat. The Queen has permitted the North Borneo Turf Club to add the word "Royal" to its title. The Queen's approval was conveyed to t.he club's chairman. Mr. W. I. Sproson, by Prince Philip during his visit here. The club was opened

On murder charge [ARTICLE]

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On murder charge SEGAMAT. Sat. Three men, M.S. Kassim. 43. T.A. Mohamed. 44. and K.S. Ranganathan. 27. were jointly charged here with the murder of a woman. Padamah. They were remanded.

Flags out for big ceremony in Tana Rata [ARTICLE]

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Flags out for big ceremony in Tana Rata TANA RATA, Sat. This administrative centre of the Cameron Highlands has been decorated for tomorrow's historic ceremony when the Sultan of Pahajig will declare the district a "white" area. The Sultan and party have already ajrived and are staying at the Rest

$6,000 FOR AWARDS [ARTICLE]

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$6,000 FOR AWARDS KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The National Union of Plantation Workers has approved $6,000 this year to be given as scholarships for members' children. About 15 children will benefit.

FIRST $101 FOR ELECTIONS FUND [ARTICLE]

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FIRST $101 FOR ELECTIONS FUND MALACCA, Sat. Mr. A. K. Ramaiah. a restaurant proprietor here, was the first person in the Federation to donate to the Alliance elections fund set up six days ago under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Kahman. Mr. Ramaiah this morning garlanded the

Advice from a Governor [ARTICLE]

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Advice from a Governor MALAYS TOLD NOT TO LEAN TOO HEAVILY ON GOVT. PROPS KUALA KANCSAR, Saturday. THE Governor of Penang, Raja Tun Sir Uda. today urged Malays not to lean too heavily on "props which the Government gives you in the form of special privileges." Spe axing at the

New White Paper on Reds [ARTICLE]

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New White Paper on Reds NIBONG TEBAL, Sat— The acting Prime Minister, Dato Abdul Razak, said here today that a White Paper on the present trend on Communist subversive attempts to win over loyal Malayans would be tabled at the next meeting of the Federal Council, v "We have a

KING, QUEEN VISIT MORIB T.B. CENTRE [ARTICLE]

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KING, QUEEN VISIT MORIB T.B. CENTRE MORIB. Saturday. THE Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Raja Pormaisuri Agong today visited the tuberculosis centre her* on the third day of their tour of this coastal district. Hundreds of schoolchildren from nearby estate schools lined the route. The children cheered and waved when

A STUFFED TIGER GROWLS AT THE FAIR [ARTICLE]

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A STUFFED TIGER GROWLS AT THE FAIR SINGAPORE, Sat.—Thousands of people have been fascinated by a very unusual stuffed liner at the Singapore Constitution Exposition. The tiger looks like any stuD't-d tieer in a museum but when anyone gets too close it G«OULS. How is it done? The brain behind

Man stole from brother-in-law [ARTICLE]

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Man stole from brother-in-law SEGAMAT. Sat When Hussain. a rubber tapper, returned home from work at Nagappa estate one day. his jewellery was missing, the Segamat court was told. His brother-in-law. Wahrldan bin Talal. 23, admitted In court that he stole the Jewels, and was sentenced to three months' jail.

FIVE GENERALS GO VISITING [ARTICLE]

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FIVE GENERALS GO VISITING IPOH. Sat. Five generals and three brigadiers an unprecedented number visited Commonwealth military units stationed in North Malaya within the past few days. On Tuesday the Comman-der-in-chief. Far East Land Forces. Lt.-Gen Sir Richard Hull, and the GOC 17 Gurkha Division. Maior-Gen. JAR. Robertson, flew to

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH DATO CHE O N G GUAN CHEANG. 73 of Kemaman and 154 Onan Road. Spore pa&sed awny at Kuantan Hospital on tin morning of 7th March 1959 leaving behind wife and son Cheouf Jit Hee.

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Good citizens' role after war: Fight crime [ARTICLE]

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Good citizens' role after war: Fight crime JEFFREY FRANCIS THESE 80,000 PEOPLE WILL STILL BE USEFUL By Kuala Lumpur, Saturday. £YEN after the Emergency is over the 120 Good Citizens Committees of Malaya, whose membership number over 80,000, will still be useful to the country in many ways. They can

Brothers to hang for murder of planter [ARTICLE]

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Brothers to hang for murder of planter A LOR STAR, Sat.— Three brothers. Mat bin Awang Kechil, Darus and Mat Isa. were today sentenced to death in the Kedah Assize Court for murdering a padi planter, Ismail bin Taib. at Lubok Batu, North Kedah, on May 31 last year. The

Gold key opens bank branch [ARTICLE]

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Gold key opens bank branch SINGAPORE. Sat. A branch of the United Commercial Bank Ltd. in Camp- i bell Lane, oil Serangoon I Road, was officially opened today by the Minister of Commerce and Industry. Mr. J. M. Jumabhoy. Mr. Jumabhoy opened the bank with a gold key, after which

NEW SPA BRANCH [ARTICLE]

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NEW SPA BRANCH SINGAPORE. Sat. Tun Lim Yew Hock, president of the Singapore People's Alli•ance. will open the party's second branch at A'exandra Road at 3.30 p.m. tomorrow.

The architect takes Singapore bride [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The architect takes Singapore bride ON OF Singapore's r.uxl est wrdding reccptioi .s was held at the Raffles Hotel yesterday when Mr. Teh Cheang Wan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Teh Ewr Fee of Penang. wa.- married to Miss Luna Tan. j daughter of Mr. ai d Mrs. Tan

City Council advice for home seekers [ARTICLE]

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City Council advice for home seekers SINGAPORE. Sat. The City Council Building Surveyor's Department has started a public assistance section to prevent unscrupulous builder swindling the home seekers. A council statement said today: "Warnings have been issued by the City Council from time to time. But cases of people being

CHARITY SHOWS [ARTICLE]

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CHARITY SHOWS SINGAPORE. Sat. The Serangoon Garden Sports Club will hold two open-air cinema shows at the clubhouse tomorrow in aid of the Kampong Tiong Bahru fire victims fund.

At your cinema Kuantan [ARTICLE]

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At your cinema Kuantan t'ATHAY: Brau .liiiiies 10.30 a.m.; Patili Bhakthi 3. 8; REX: Gun Runner Hi. 45 a.m.: Naaodi Mannan i Tamil i 3. 8. Kola Itli.ii ii ODtON: Don I Knock The Rock 9.45 a.m.; Barbarian And The Geisha 12.30. 3. 7.15. 9.30; LIDO: Juwita (Malay) 9.30 a.m.;

Women and the PAP [ARTICLE]

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Women and the PAP SINGAPORE. Sat. The People's Action Party's attitude towards the status of women will be outlined by Miss Chan Choy Siong at a preelection meeting tomorrow. The meeting will be held next to the Nanyang Shoe Factory at the 10th mile, Pasir Panjang Road, at I P

MAKES MALAYA HIS HOME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MAKES MALAYA HIS HOME PLANTER (after 40 years' service) IuIALACCA, Sat.— A Bri- tish planter, who started his career on a rubber estate in Malacca 40 years ago, has decided to spend the rest of his life here because he found conditions in this country after Merdeka "very satisfactory." Mr.

STUDY TRIP [ARTICLE]

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STUDY TRIP PENANG. Sat. The Acting City Secretary, Mr. Ong Hock Chuan, will leave for Britain next month to study local government administration.

Seconds from death... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Seconds from death... SHE MOVED JUST BEFORE LAND ROVER CRASH SECONDS after a woman had finished ironing, a Land Rover crashed through the wall of her attap hut at Muihl.ii Singapore, yesterday and stopped on the spot where she had been standing. The lucky woman is Miss Chia Soh Yang.

DATO KILLED IN JEEP CRASH WHILE ON HOLIDAY [ARTICLE]

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DATO KILLED IN JEEP CRASH WHILE ON HOLIDAY KUANTAN, Sal.— a Chinese community leader and hlHliHMiimi, Dato Setia Baku Cheong Guan Cheanj;. |73. of Krmaman. was killed lin a road accident al Balok fishing village, nine miles i from here, today. The Dato. who was a Jusj tice of the

STATE POLLS DATE [ARTICLE]

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STATE POLLS DATE KOTA BHARU. Sat. I Polling duy for the statt elections, la Kelantan has I been fixed for June 24. Nomination day is May 20

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WHAT THEY WANT [ARTICLE]

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WHAT THEY WANT SMOOTH answers from two very smooth tnelish gentlemen on what they want In the new fashions:— From Alec Guinness new knight: "I want women to bo more frivolous than ever. But for goodness' sake let them get out of those terrible woollen stockings and back to nylons."

The bean bag way to a very trim figure [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The bean bag way to a very trim figure ROSE EBERWEIN Susan Barrie on fashions 1 HOW TO KEEP YOUR STATISTICS VITAL BY DANCER SAYS METHOD IS CHEAT-PROOF THE BEAN bag routine is Singapore dancer Rose Eberwein's special way of keeping fit and preserving her very neat vital statistics. She

FOUR EXERCISES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FOUR EXERCISES 0 WAIST, tummy, and arms benefit from this exercise (left). Rose swings back with bean bag. first to one side, then to the other, getting an extra swing through the weight of the bags. Try this (right) for a THIS one (left) is excellent for hips and tummy.

Recipe [ARTICLE]

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Recipe nnHLS week's recipe Is 1 another from Theodora FitzGibbon's "The Young Cook's Book." and it is for peanut butter crunch cakes.. You will need a tablespoon and dessert spoon, a baking sheet, a large basin, a fork, a pot holder, a wire rack and some greaseproof paper. Two heaped

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Wedding No. 2 for Yvonne [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wedding No. 2 for Yvonne TEARS OF JOY IN MOTHER'S EYES —THEN A BIG KISS SIM.AI'OKr. sal— Through Irars of ,joy. Madam Chan Kirn Neo today saw her runaway daughter. Yvonne Mclntyrc. married to her sailor husband Uon Turner at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. Yvonne ran away from

CONCERT BY GIRLS [ARTICLE]

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CONCERT BY GIRLS SINGAPORE. Sat. The Paya Ltbar xMcthudist Girls' School held a variety concert in aid of its building fund at the school hall tonight.

A father of five complains about school donations [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A father of five complains about school donations SINCAPORE, Sat. A FATHER of five has begun a oneman crusade against "financial malpractices" in Singapore schools. Forty-six-year old Mr. Robert Koh, whose five children are studying in three Colony schools, has lodged a complaint with the Criminal Practices Investigation Bureau as

EAST, WEST WILL GET TOGETHER IN ARTS [ARTICLE]

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EAST, WEST WILL GET TOGETHER IN ARTS CINCAPORE. Sat. Arts of both East and West will be displayed at the first Singapore Arts Festival to be held in the first week of April. The festival, the first cultural exposition In SouthEast Asia, will be held in the Victoria Theatre, the

TOURIST LINER WAS EARLY, BAND WAS NOT READY [ARTICLE]

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TOURIST LINER WAS EARLY, BAND WAS NOT READY SINCAPORE, Saturday. ARRIVING an hour before time the giant 24,--295-ton Holland America Line luxury liner Statendam nearly upset the special tourist reception laid on for her. The plan was that as the liner with her 800 American tourists berthed at the Singapore

HONEYMOONERS ON BOARD [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HONEYMOONERS ON BOARD A honeymooning couple Mr. and Mrs. Chesley White (above), aged 70 and 66 years old, were among the passengers on the tourist ship Statendam. Mr. White is Deputy .Mayor of Hamilton, Bermudas. By a previous marriage he has four children and ten grand children. Sunday Times picture.

Relief fund for padi planters [ARTICLE]

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Relief fund for padi planters KUALA DUMPUR. Sat. The Selangor State Government has set aside $900,000 as relief for thousands of padi planters. It has appointed an 18--man Padi Planters Board to administer the fund.

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President Ho Is told to stop kissing girls,,. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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President Ho Is told to stop kissing girls,,. IT'S A VIOLATION OF INDONESIAN CUSTOMS' lAKARTA, Sat.— The 1 68-year-old North Vietnamese President, Ho Chi Minh. has been told bluntly to stop kissing Indonesian girls and respect Islamic teachings. Indonesian newspapers have already criticised President Ho for his frequent kissing on

DRAGON AND LION ON COAT OF ARMS [ARTICLE]

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DRAGON AND LION ON COAT OF ARMS HONG KONG, Sat.— The Duke of Edinburgh today presented Hong Kong with a Royal Warrant for a coat of arms containing the British lion and the Chi. nese dragon. The announcement of the grant of armorial bear, ings from the Queen was made

KHRUSHCHEV SPEAKS OUT ON GREAT MEN AND THE VODKA HABIT... [ARTICLE]

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KHRUSHCHEV SPEAKS OUT ON GREAT MEN AND THE VODKA HABIT... LEIPZIG. Sat. The Soviet Premier. Mr. Nikita Khruschev, said last night that a man could be great even if he drank vodka. Mr. Khrushchev was annoyed at a reception at the Soviet pavilion at the Leipzig fair grounds because a

What made the railmen blush? [ARTICLE]

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What made the railmen blush? LONDON. Sat. What made the railwaymen on London's Tubes blush? Finding that they were to be examined by a WOMAN doctor. Now the men's leaders have asked London Transport to make sure that the woman doctor never examines the men when they go for the

TREATY ON BERLIN VITAL FOR EUROPE' [ARTICLE]

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TREATY ON BERLIN VITAL FOR EUROPE JAKARTA. Sat.— President Ho Chi Minn of North Vietnam said today the conclusion of a peace with Germany and the reunification of Germany by peaceful and democratic means was extremely urgent for the security of Europe and the world. President Ho was talking at

HAYAKAWA: NEW ROLE [ARTICLE]

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HAYAKAWA: NEW ROLE NEW YORK. Sat. Japa-nese-born actor Sessue Hayakawa arrived here yesterday from Tokyo, to begin rehearsals for his first Broadway role since 1926. He will play a Japanese soldier in the twocharacter play Kataki Reuter

Mac gets ready for his new role as allies' 'go-between' [ARTICLE]

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Mac gets ready for his new role as allies' 'go-between' LONDON, Saturday. THE Prime Minister, Mr. Harold Macmillan, returned home from Northern Ireland today for a final weekend of preparation for his new role as go-between among the Western allies on the Berlin crisis. Birtish newspapers have been hailing him

A hearse for his birthday [ARTICLE]

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A hearse for his birthday LONDON, Sat.— Cockney florist George Dennis, 50, looked at his birthday present and said: "Lovely. Just what I've always wanted." The present: A horsedrawn hearse. It was given him by 17-year-old John Hannington, who runs a breakers' yard at New Kent Road, Southwark. and knew

MGM to shoot film in Burma [ARTICLE]

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MGM to shoot film in Burma BANGKOK. Sat.— One hundred Siamese soldiers are expected to play Burmese guerrillas fighting the Japanese, in scenes to be shot here for a new Metro-Gold-wyn-Mayer movie, "Never So Few." Mr. Ruby Rosenberg, the film's production manager, said here. David Niven would play a British

7TH BRIDE AT 96 [ARTICLE]

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7TH BRIDE AT 96 CLINTWOOD (Virginia), Sat.— Booker Wright, 96. yesterday took his seventh bride. She is Mrs. Elfle Pickle 68. It was her fourth marriage U.P.I.

Family of 6 die of suffocation in sleep [ARTICLE]

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Family of 6 die of suffocation in sleep pLINT (Michigan), Sat. A family of six were suffocated today when a discarded cigarette started a smouldering fire in their small frame home. Firemen said the mother, father and their four children all died in their sleep.— U.P.l.

In brief... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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In brief... TOKYO: Tesuyoshi Kono, 16, caught by his teacher cheating in an examination, committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train.— U.P.l. TOKYO: A youth knifed a policeman to death in an attempt to take his pistol and launch himself on a career as a holdup man.

Peter leaves to prevent a tribal suicide [ARTICLE]

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Peter leaves to prevent a tribal suicide LONDON, Sat. Mr. Peter Ferry. 24, of Glasgow, left here today for an island off the west coast of Siam in a bid to stop a nomadic tribe wiping themselves out. Mr. Ferry, who four yean ago fought terrorists in the Malayan jungle,

MANILA SETS FIVE RED SHIPS FREE [ARTICLE]

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MANILA SETS FIVE RED SHIPS FREE MANILA, Sat. Five Russian fishing trawlers released by the Philippine Navy today after eight days of detention immediately steamed off toward the Communist Chinese coast Col. Fidel Llamas, of the Defence Department, called the Russian captains aboard a warship and warned them to clear

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OMO GIVES THE WHITEST WASH IN MALAYA IN HOT QRtiOtP WATER ijm MRS. WOON YUEN KHENG IS ONE OF MANY HOUSEWIVES WHO f |f TRIED BLUE OMO AGAINST OTHER WASHING POWDERS IP^S^ •?**'V^lsi£l This is her verdict T^Hl can L think of a washing powder I haven't tried, but I

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Cine Corner by FILM-MAKER

The pennies—and ha'pennies make a mug of me [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The pennies— and ha'pennies make a mug of me TJte Sunday Times March 8. 1959 Doug Lachersteen finds the British monetary system too baffling TO someone as unmathematically minded as I, the British monetary system is a snare fast bringing about confusion. This of course is in no way a

The Countryman's Journal [ARTICLE]

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The Countryman's Journal TUAN DJEK By Friday, Feb. 27. y^ PROMISING rain is falling as this is being typed The house well for the last week has yielded only enough water for cooking and drinking f\S the 13th the doctor recommended that the nyonya. who apparently had a relapse of

Film scripting [ARTICLE]

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Film scripting BEFORE SHOOTING SET DOWN YOUR THOUGHTS AND IDEAS ON PAPER %1/ITH thoughts of movie-makers turning towards this year's Malayan "five best" amateur cine competition, perhaps it would not be too early to discuss film scripting. No amateur should begin shootine a film an original story, an adaptation, or

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ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 2» W.,.d« |M i Uinimnmj. DREAM COME TRUE A free Hongkong trip or $3,000. Enter the lobby's Lube! Competition. Now. Ask your grocer for details. LOOK SLIM!! Tommy Ihom.son.s Beautifully Cut Gowns Walt Away Your Inches! Your Own Materials Fashioned to Suit You: 18 Battery Road. Spore. Tel: *****.

THE SUNDAY TIMES Sunday. Mar. 8. 1959. INTELLIGENT BEAUTY [ARTICLE]

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THE SUNDAY TIMES Sunday. Mar. 8. 1959. INTELLIGENT BEAUTY V/lALAY women are pro- perly indignant with Indie Bahaman bin Samsuddin for saying that they pay more attention to beauty than to knowledge. And women of other races will support them. Because Inche Bahaman is talking nonsense. He has fallen into

INTERVIEW,.. TODAY'S PROFILE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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INTERVIEW,.. TODAY'S PROFILE LLOY^MORGAt^ j 'SHARE YOUR POLY WITH OTHERS IN ASIA' A IR David Lindsay Keir, faster of Balliol I College. Oxford University and one of the world's foremost educationists, is a big man. Big in intellect, outlook, accomplish- ment and experience, as well as physique. What he says

MAO TIDIES UP THE COMMUNES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MAO TIDIES UP THE COMMUNES David T.K. Wong- GROWING DISCONTENT AMONG PEASANT MASSES BECAUSE OF BAD LIVING CONDITIONS, INEFFICIENCY AND GRAFT by REPORTS firming out of Communist China indicate that a new mass movement has been launched within the context of the communes system. Mr. Mao Tse-tung is apparently devoting

Over to you [ARTICLE]

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Over to you QUICK QUlZ'iMMiiimiii 1. Reassemble 3 R's. 2 As. 2 P's, 2 O s. IE. and 1 T and find a man from the sky. 2. The words tha: end L. BUS include a foursided figure, a course of study, and a nightmare. When you have found those

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Take my men, says the Tengku [ARTICLE]

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Take my men, says the Tengku AN OFFER TO 4 VOID 'MISUNDERSTANDINGS' AT COMING ELECTIONS Ministers could be elected as state mentris MALACCA, Saturday. 50 ME ministers of the present Federation Cabinet will be asked to contest state elections in May and June to become Mentris Besar or Chief Ministers,

'Missionary of sound' takes tapes on trip to Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Missionary of sound' takes tapes on trip to Singapore CINGAPORE, Sat. An unusal visitor to Singapore this week was Mr. Brice Somers. "a missionary of sound." As the international division director of Mercury Record Corporation one of the Big Four in the record industry Mr. Somers Ls travelling around the

KAMIL TALKS ON CAMEROONS IN U.N. MAIDEN SPEECH [ARTICLE]

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KAMIL TALKS ON CAMEROONS IN U.N. MAIDEN SPEECH MEW YORK. Sat.— Dato Nik Kamil. fvialayas new resident repr°sentative in the United Nations, compared the situation in the French Cameroons with that in his own country before independence and s.iid He saw no need for new elections in the trust territory

Registry wedding in Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Registry wedding in Singapore MR. AND Mrs. Yeob Jin Hoe, who were married *t the Singapore Registry yesterday. The bridegroom is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Yeob Chai Lye. The bride is Miss Patricia Ooi Poh Choo. A reception was held at Chepstow (lose, Serangoon Garden Estate.

OPEN VERDICT ON UNKNOWN MAN [ARTICLE]

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OPEN VERDICT ON UNKNOWN MAN SINGAPORE, Saturday. A SINGAPORE coroner today said a hit-and-run vehide was responsible for the death of an unknown Chinese man whose body was found in the compound of a temple in Upper Serangoon Road on 1 the morning of lan. 15 The coroner. Inche Ahmad

A chance tor you to win $2,000 [ARTICLE]

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A chance tor you to win $2,000 YOU may win $2,000 for nothing if you enter the great new free entry contest in MM for February. This contest closes tomorrow at 5 P m Send in your entry now. lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIII

GUITARIST MADELINE TO PLAY AT CHARITY DANCE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GUITARIST MADELINE TO PLAY AT CHARITY DANCE Nine-year-old Madeline Chan (above) practises on the electric Hawaiian suiiar for her performance at Raffles Hotel on Mann 14, at a dance to h<- held in aid of the Kampong Hone Bahru fire victims. She is one of the many guests artistes who

COPRA PRICE [ARTICLE]

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COPRA PRICE Singapore Copra Association noon prices per plcul on Saturday: falrmerchantable Bombay mixed copra: March 143 buyers, $43 sellers. Tone was aulr' Singapore Coconut Oil Millers'* Aasoriation: bulk $64 sellers, drum $67.50 sellers. Tone was quiet.

TIN PRICE [ARTICLE]

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TIN PRICE SINGAPORE. Sat For th* I seventh consecutive day 'he price of tin continued to fall in Singapore today and a further drop of $1 75 taking it to $397 per pirul I Since February 28 the price has i now shed more than Hi. I Today's offering was

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Radio Singapore Mediivn wave 4*6 metres A.M. t .30 Good Morning; 6.32 Morning Prelude; 7.00 The News; 7.05 Moments of Melod> 8.00 The News. 8.05 Breakfast Club; 9.00 Prog iirune Summary; 9.02 The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra- 9. C0 Sing It Again; 10.00 j The Big Still: 10.30 The Percy F-.Utl

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HIGH TIDES TODAY': Singapore 10.07 am (9ft lln) 11.11 p.m. (Bft 4ln;, Port Dlckson 6.07 a.m. (Bft 3in) 6.18 pm. (Bft sin). Penang 12.36 p.m. (6ft 9in>. TOMORROW: 10.47 a.m. (9ft 31n) 11.36 p.m. (Bft bun, Port Dickson 6.41 a.m. (Bft sin> 6.55 p.m. (9ft), Penang 12.28 a.m. 7ft Sin)

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SINGAPORE CONSTITI TION EXPOSITION at the former Kallang Airport site, 1 p.m. to 12 midnight. POLICE BAND concert at the Botanic Gardens. 5 p.m. to 6.15 p.m. SINGAPORE POLO < t I B Gymkhana at the Thomson Road polo ground. INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY MOVEMENT: Free Him show at Outram Road prison

Sunday Times Picture Contest

THE BEST PRINTS THIS WEEK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BEST PRINTS THIS WEEK THE first prize of $30 this week goes to "Charming Miss" (right) submitted by Miss Irene Thiam, 54 Boon Tiong Road, Singapore. Miss Thiam used a Zeiss Ikon camera and Kodak film. Setting: f-5.6. 1/50 second "Reflection' (below)— by Miss K. S. Lee 85-A Prince

Other prizes [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Other prizes PIC OF THE YEAR CONTEST RUNNER-UP prizes of $10 each go to "Farmer (right). by Cheok Peng Weng. and -'Proud Mother" deft i. by Chiang Hin Choy. Mr Cheok. of 117 Brew■teff Road. Ipoh. used a Rolleicord cumera and Kodak VP film. Setting: t-9. 1; 100 second. Mr

PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGEST [ARTICLE]

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PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGEST RAYMOND THOMAS BY THE film is now safely in the developing tank and all the solutions are cooling in the refrigerator. A last check to moke sure that everything we require is within easy reach and all is ready for Stage Two of developing our film. TEMPER ATURE

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ACROSS: 1. Selected from DOWN: B«ay m; others (18): 9. Solitary (4): l^lf^l (4*: 10 Not a good golf shot (•>; 5 Drink' <3>; 6. Downpour (7>: IS. Multiform (7): 15. Trim <4»: 7. Make certain .6>: 8 Conslld. Border (3); 17. Strarrce ders (5): 11. Beat 12. Sure spirit?

Films Preview

LIFE IN THE RAW WITH THE AMERICAN MARINES [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LIFE IN THE RAW WITH THE AMERICAN MARINES D.M. DA VIES By 5-STAR PERFORMANCE BY GENERAL MASSEY THE NAKED AND AWo Ray, Raymond M«i«y THE DEAD RKO (Technicolor) THERE is not a lot of Norman Mailer's clastic novel left in the film. But what is left has the impact of

BBs best yet [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BBs best yet PETER LIM By AMUSING BEDROOM FARCE LA PARISIENNE Briqirte Bordot Charles Boyer. Henri Vidal V-A. (Technicolor) Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fleshiest of them all? The strategically arranged mirrors in La Parisienne provide the answer. Brlgitte Bardot who, under the trade name 8.8., has

JOAN PLAYS A SEDUCER [ARTICLE]

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JOAN PLAYS A SEDUCER RALLY ROUND THE FLAC. BOYS JOAN Collins makes a highly desirable comedienne in this lively tale of a rib-tickling bout between the U.S. Army and a quiet New Ensland town. Unwittingly caught in the crossfire i.« a "happily married" businessman (Paul Newman), whose happiness has been

On the Record [ARTICLE]

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On the Record A VERITABLE feast of Beethoven, superbly performed and recorded, is provided on a new Westminster LP (WXN *****). Major work In this release is the Second Piano Concerto which soloist Paul BaduraSkoda plays with consummate artistry, leaving little to be desired. Here is a performance which poses

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-K J "The PEARL of the ORIENT" ffpSM \mi ran >w this nnts Him ONI.t in S t*?H^ Cathay Organisation Theatres where a^H 1 it is now bring shown In Singapore Hr JJ^H T at all shows in the ODEON. CATHAY ■L.JS •fL and MAJESTIC. The film is a L

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Malaya s young hopes for the All-England [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaya s young hopes for the All-England lAN MOK-aI by THIS YEAR'S CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL BE THE MOST UNPREDICTABLE EVER... ABOUT ii year ;igo, relegulcd to the gallery of Wembley Stadium, Eddie Cbooog, the defeated badminton champion ol England, deacribad the series of Malayan reverses us the ebb ol Malayan badminton,

TWO CHAMPIONS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO CHAMPIONS OON CHONG TEIK Champion of the British Islet and leader of the IJalcgan team. H. S. PARMAR Surrey county champion

THE DOUBLES TEAMS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE DOUBLES TEAMS HEAH HOCK HENG and B. K. WONG The pair ivho caused a si. -pri at Wembley last year. THE OON BROTHERS They made the quarter finals last year.

HINDS INNOCENT, SAY POSTERS [ARTICLE]

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HINDS INNOCENT, SAY POSTERS LONDON. Sat. The hunt for Alfred Hinds, master jail-breaker, has been stepped up last week-end since "Hinds is Innocent" pamphlets were found plastered over London telephone boxes and railway stations. The pamphlets say that Hinds, who last escaped in June 1958 ana is now believed to

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THIRD MAN IN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THIRD MAN IN DAVID LEWIN:- by ORSON WELLES, th c broody genius relives a famed role in new territory for this is the bizarre frontier where the talents of Harry Lime (you remember the long-lingering theme on the zither?) could find full scope. Hong Kong, 1 959, is a collision

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MOST UGLY-AND FAITHFUL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MOST UGLY-AND FAITHFUL Does beauty have anything to do with infidelity? REMEMBER reading somewhere that: "The most ugly woman will make the most reliable wife." What do you say? G. S. PILLAH GaruD. the assumption ts that the ufly woman is less likely to be sexually desired by another man,

Girl's smiles bother a salesman [ARTICLE]

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Girl's smiles bother a salesman I AM a salesman in a shop, 26 and married. A girl has been coming into the shop regularly and whenever we set eyes on each other she smiles. She is very charming, and I cannot stop thinking of her and her smile. What should

'I COULD GIVE NEIGHBOURS A FEW SLAPS!' [ARTICLE]

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'I COULD GIVE NEIGHBOURS A FEW SLAPS!' k LTHOUGH my father n is in a position to support me, my neighbours are busy-bodies and say that lam a "parasite." I am rather exasperated at the way they gossip. Sometimes I think of giving them a few slaps, but my conscience

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DROP ME A LINE DROP me a line if you have a personal problem you can't solve yourself. Address your letter: Jane Lee. Sunday Times. Times House, River Valley Road, Singapore 9.

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FIFTH CHANCE FOR IRON MAN TAN IN JUNE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FIFTH CHANCE FOR IRON MAN TAN IN JUNE SINGAPORE, Sat. Lightweight champion Tan Howe Liang will have another opportunity to exceed both the Asian and world weight-lifting records in June. Tho Singapore Amateur Weightliiting Federation is to hold its junior champion .hip that month. Four tries Gold medallist Tan failed

The 220S convertible [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The 220S convertible PRICE IS $22,450: ITS ALL A MATTER OF CLASS Road testing the new cars... with Ambrose Khaw |T is the usual practice in these motoring notes to give the price of each car tested as a footnote. For the long-awaited Mercedes B c n z 220S convertible,

This M.G. Magnette has sleek Italian lines [ARTICLE]

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This M.G. Magnette has sleek Italian lines THIS IS the new M.G. Magnette. with body by Pinin Farina of Turin, Italy. It has not yet arrived in Singapore this pit-tun* came from the British Motor Corporation. The side view is particularly attractive. It is long and low. The roof is

S'GOR, NEGRI WIN [ARTICLE]

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S'GOR, NEGRI WIN MALACCA. Sat— Selangor. the champion state in Malayan hockey last year, gained an easy 5-0 victory over Johore in the M.HP. quadrangular tournament which began here today. In another match this evening, Negri Sembilan outplayed Malacca U> win by 3-0.

GARDENS TEAM PIN HOPES ON NEW MEN [ARTICLE]

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GARDENS TEAM PIN HOPES ON NEW MEN SINGAPORE. Sat *vy. DROMOTED Serangoon Gardens will begirt their campaign in the Singapore senior cricket tournament tomorrow morning with their hopes pinned on two new Australian servicemen who have joined them. They are Sid O'Neill. 28-year-old pace bowler (no relation of Norman O'Neill)

Victoria keep soccer title [ARTICLE]

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Victoria keep soccer title SINGAPORE. Sat. Victoria won the Marshall Shield when •hey beat Christian Brothers 6-2 in the final of the Old Boy.s knockout soccer competition at the Victoria ground today. This was Victor:. i's second ,->uccessno win. They won the Shield last year when 'he tournament whs run

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1 I 2 3 4 7 I io L 1 i 1 Read between the line* to find the Hidden Personality 1. Wrestling? It's in an African fetish (2-5). 2. Abundant, but it's wiser to get out of the way (6). 3. The financier is the choice to depend on

WE HELPED BAM TO MAKE PROFIT OF $100,000' [ARTICLE]

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WE HELPED BAM TO MAKE PROFIT OF $100,000' SBA PRESIDENT OUTLINES SINGAPORE'S CONSIDERABLE CONTRIBUTION TO MALAYAN BADMINTON SINGAPORE, SATURDAY \yiTH ungrudging assistance from Singapore Badminton Association officials, the Badminton Association of Malaya has made a profit of more than $100,000 from the three Thomas Cup series played in Singapore but

Boos, beating for S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Boos, beating for S'pore SELANGOR 3 SINGAPORE 1 THE "boo boys" at Jalan Besar Stadium had a field day today, making the Singapore team the target of their barracking. The barrackers had good reason, too, for voicing their disgust as Singapore played worse than novices. Selangor deserved their victory. They

Singapore and Malaya 2-2 in Cup clash [ARTICLE]

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Singapore and Malaya 2-2 in Cup clash KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. Singapore and Malaya tied 2-2 In tfe Gulllemard Cup annual -.ennis match while the Federation women led 2-0 In the McCabe Reay Cup at the erd of the first days play here today. Rain interrupted play for an hour this

HUTCHESON WIHS MEDAL TOURNEY [ARTICLE]

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HUTCHESON WIHS MEDAL TOURNEY BINOAPORE. Sat— J. C. Hutcheson (3 up i won the Royal Sinpore Oolf Club 'A" division medal competition ai Sime Roar" today. Bull sweep: First nine Hutcheson. R.W.M. Winclle. E. LaidlawTnMMon, J O. C. Thomson. Second nine Hutcheson, J. M. Sullivan. I. E Lake. B. M.

S'PORE KEEP CHUA CUP [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE KEEP CHUA CUP KUALA LUMPUR. Sat.— Singapore retained th I Chua Cboon Leong; Cup for inter-state tennis for the seventh successive year by beating Perak 4-1 here toil. i\ Singapore had led 2-0 at the end of yesterday's play. Moses Tay. the Perak No. 1. cut Singapore's lead to

Alexandra in youth final [ARTICLE]

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Alexandra in youth final SINGAPORE, Sat.— Alexandra Secondary Modern and Bartley will meet In the final of the S.A.F.A. youth soccer competition at Jalan Besar on Monday. In a semi-final replay at Ayer Rajah Road today, Alexandra beat P.; sir Panjang 3-1 after extra time. After a scoreless first half

Selectors have done a poor job in picking tour team [ARTICLE]

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Selectors have done a poor job in picking tour team JACK FINCLETON says CANBERRA Sat.—Australian cricket selectors have favoured the "old guard" in the team to tour India and Pakistan towards the end of this year. Only newcomer is opening batsman Gavin Stevens from South Australia and. although he almost

BIRMINGHAM SCORE A 7-1 AWAY VICTORY [ARTICLE]

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BIRMINGHAM SCORE A 7-1 AWAY VICTORY LONDON. Sat— Result, of today* English and Scottish soccer matches were: LEAGUE ONE Aston t I.*!, Blackburn 4 Burnley Blackpool 4 Bolton o thrlsea 3 Luton 3 Man. United t Everton 1 Newcastle 3 Prettton Notts For. 1 Birmingham 7 Portsmouth 3 Man. City

ABANDONED [ARTICLE]

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ABANDONED SINGAPORE. Sit-IDe BAFA Div 3B League match between Halkowyu and Junior A A. a/, Kallang today was abandoned

Wl fall for 76 -a record low [ARTICLE]

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Wl fall for 76 -a record low r\ACCA, Sat. Pakistan v dismissed the West Indies for 76 on the second day of the Second Test here today the visitors' lowest ever Test total. The West Indies previous lowest «core in a Test was 78 against Australia at Sydney In 1952.

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD PAKISTAN—IST INNS 145 WEST INDIES IST INNS Holt b Mahmood 4 Kanhai c Wailr b Fazal 4 Sobers lbw Fatal 29 Alexander st Imtiaz b Nasimul 14 Butcher c Saujuddin b Pasal 11 Smith c Nasimul b Fazal 0 Solomon c ImUaz b Nasimul 0 Atkinson c Mathlas b

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RUBBER PLANTER GETS HATTRICK [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PLANTER GETS HATTRICK EPSOM JEEP By IPOH, Saturday Barakat leads all the way to score an upset JALAMAT STABLE'S game old campaigner, nine-year-old Barakat, with Barry Moon astride, scored an all-the-way win in the Class 2, Div I, 82F handicap here today. Barakat, running on gamely in the straight,

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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BAGBY TAKES A TUMBLE ON UNLUCKY 'BE LUCKY' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BAGBY TAKES A TUMBLE ON UNLUCKY 'BE LUCKY' FORMER leading apprentice jockey in .Malaya. Billy Bat; by. takes a fall over the head of his mount. Be Lucky, at Cheltenham last Tuesday, first day of the National Hunt meeting. Coming over the fence is Peerless Record. IP nh.ito lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

Kew San and Say Hup in semi-finals [ARTICLE]

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Kew San and Say Hup in semi-finals SWEDE SHOCKS SONNEVILLE GLASGOW. Saturday. T<EH KEW SAN and Lim Say Hup, of Malaya, the top-seeded pair in the men's doubles event of ithe Scottish World Invitation badminton championships, entered the semi-finals with an easy two-set victory over Donald Ross (Scotland) and Knud

LEE STAGES A GRAND COME-BACK [ARTICLE]

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LEE STAGES A GRAND COME-BACK PENANG, Sat— Penangs 1958 Junior champion. Lee C'nong Hoe, who stopped playing badminton on medical grounds soon after he won the title last year, staged a grand come-back last night when he helped Penang Free School to beat St. Xavler"s Institution 5-0 tn the Pennn«

DIXON WINS GOLF [ARTICLE]

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DIXON WINS GOLF The Keppel Club "A" medal golf winner today was J. Dlxon (one up) while *he "B" medal ended In a tie between W. Lyons and T. Seckerson (three upi. The "A" ball sweep went to Horst-Dreyer and Dlxon and the "B" sweep to F. 8»ott and Whitson.

MCC TROUNCE WELLINGTON BY INNINGS [ARTICLE]

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MCC TROUNCE WELLINGTON BY INNINGS WELLINGTON, Sat. The M.C.C. gained their third successive innings victory in N^w Zealand when beating Wellington today by an innings and 211 runs, with a day to spare. Final S9ores: M.C.C. 511 for nine declared; Wellington 127 and 173 The tourists batted on for half

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