010: The carpenters of Seletar Yacht Club. These skilled men built the club's sailing boats. Beautiful work they did too in semi-open and primitive conditions. Always busy repairing broken masts and other damage. Front left was called Zanie and front right was Omar. We called them all "chippies" (RAF slang for carpenters)
011: One of the launches of Seletar's Marine Craft Unit. Did target towing work for the Air Force, supply work for Army ouposts and even anti-piracy patrols.
012: In the early 60s there was still much anger about the events of WW2 during the Japanese occupation of Singapore. These posters were part of the campaign protests and calls for compensation from Japan for what had happened "not so long ago". Is the world a kinder place now? Maybe yes, maybe no!!!!!!!!!!!
013: Eight dollars fifty! For my membership of the Yacht Club. For that I got the loan of "my own" boat, the use of bar and restaurant and much else. Life was wonderful. I was a mere corporal too! There was little or no distinction between ranks at the club.
014: "Fish stall, Jalan Kayu"