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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 80,000 The Straits Times Estd. 1845. MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1959 15 CENTS Hot*** 1

THUGS ON RAMPAGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THUGS ON RAMPAGE Three clashes in a row in Geylang kampongs New flag used with gang symbols SINGAPORE, Sunday. piVE people were burnt by acid and two slashed with parangs when two rival secret society gangs clashed in the Aljunied(ieylang area here this evening. A member of one gang carried

LEE: DON'T APPEAL TO ANIMAL INSTINCTS [ARTICLE]

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LEE: DON'T APPEAL TO ANIMAL INSTINCTS SINGAPORE. Sun. The Prime Minister. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew. today warned Opposition members in the Legislative Assembly not U> appeal to the "animal instincts In U»e masses." He stressed that the v.raps en rommunaltsm should never come off— neither should each sector of the

$246.6 m. expenditure approved [ARTICLE]

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$246.6 m. expenditure approved SINGAPORE. Sun.— The provision of $246,646,260 to be spent by the Government next year was approved by the Legislative Assembly at the close of the third day's session of the Committee of Supply today two days ahead of schedule. Tomorrow, the committee will begin examination of

MORE WORK FOR TEACHERS IS ONLY SOLUTION: YONG [ARTICLE]

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MORE WORK FOR TEACHERS IS ONLY SOLUTION: YONG A TEACHER'S HOURS-by Mrs. S THIS is how Mrv Stow Peck Lent arrived at her Afurr o. 2.603 hour* a year which, she rlaimrd. teacher* were required to put in. The classes she used in her example were Primary V and VI.

SMALLPOX KILLS A TRENGGANU GIRL [ARTICLE]

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SMALLPOX KILLS A TRENGGANU GIRL KUALA LUMPUR. Sunday. WIDESPREAD vaccinations have been taking place following the discovery of three cases of smallpox in an East Coast district. One of the victims, a six-year-old girl, has died. Tonight, the Minister of Health and Social Welfare. Dato Ong; Yoke Lin. said there

Indonesia rejects protest on trading ban [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Indonesia rejects protest on trading ban 'FALSE ACCUSATIONS' MADE BY PEKING, SAYS Dr. S JAKARTA. Sunday INDONESIA today rejected a protest by China on the treatment of overseas Chinese who were ordered by Indonesia to cease trading in villages. In rejecting the protest, the Indonesian Government objected to what it

Grenade toll [ARTICLE]

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Grenade toll ALGIERS. Sun. A grenade thrown In a restaurant last night at Tlpasa. about 45 miles from Algiers, killed a policeman and injured ton other people, including a Municipal Councillor. —Reuter.

Freedom will triumph, Ike tells India [ARTICLE]

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Freedom will triumph, Ike tells India NEW DELHI, Sun.—President Elsenhower told an estimated half million Indians today: "We believe that freedom ultimately will be won everywhere. "The human hunger for it Is far too deep-seated in human nature to be put off by a contrived definition or a man-made philosophy."

Gas blast kills 6 [ARTICLE]

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Gas blast kills 6 DORMUND. Sun. British troops rushed to help rescue work after an explosion wrecked two three-storey blocks of Oats and killed six people, according to latest reports. Only three bodies have so far been recovered. Another 22 people are missing.

No papers in two cities [ARTICLE]

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No papers in two cities ROME, Sat. Newspapers in Rome and Milan. Italy's two largest cities, were not published today because their printers went on a 24-hour strike for higher wages and better working conditions.

Ceylon Minister of Land quits [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon Minister of Land quits COLOMBO, Sun.— Dr. Charles P. de Silva, newly-elected President of Ceylon's ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party, today resigned as Minister of Lands and Agriculture. He was elected party leader by the executive committee yesterday and told to press Sir Oliver Goonetilleko, the Governor-General, to appoint

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS MALAYA WINS 2-1 BANGKOK Sun Ml lava today miccc J l»f*\<l.v m fir>t football <<^t in >tAP ;4.in<>f M tietorr a*vt tousb oppouruU* Burma

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Those race slogans can lead to chaos, Lee tells Opposition [ARTICLE]

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Those race slogans can lead to chaos, Lee tells Opposition 7F ANIMAL INSTINCTS ARE STIRRED UP, NEXT STEP IS GUN' SINGAPORE, Sunday GOVT. TOLD: PAY HEED TOO. TO DEVELOPMENT OF THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART RESUMING th c debate on the Ministry of Culture estimates today, the Prime Minister, Mr.

Algeria motion approved item by item but... [ARTICLE]

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Algeria motion approved item by item but... >TEW YORK. Sun. Tbe I General Assembly last night rejected an AfroAsian resolution on the Algeria problem after approving its entire contents in separate votes paragraph by paragraph. Veteran observers said they could not immediately recall a precedent for this action. Customarily adoption

RESIGNATION OF 'REBELS' IS ACCEPTED [ARTICLE]

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RESIGNATION OF 'REBELS' IS ACCEPTED KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— The Selangor Malayan Chines* Association Working Committee today accepted the resignations of 30 "rebeb." They Include the Publicity Chief of the MCA, Mr. Yong Pung How. a Selangor State Assemblyman. Mr. Douglas Lee. son of the former Minister of Finance, and other

The sailor with hero complex [ARTICLE]

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The sailor with hero complex TOKYO, Sun.— An Amerlean sailor who started fire aboard the giant carrier UBS Midway last month is being treated at the U.B. Naval Hospital In Yokosuka. as a "pyromaniac with a hero complex," the navy said today. No charges have yet been made against the

$15,000 sale [ARTICLE]

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$15,000 sale PENANG. Sun —The Poppy Day appeal here this year has reached $15,000

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RED FACES UNDER AIR FORCE'S BRASS HATS [ARTICLE]

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RED FACES UNDER AIR FORCE'S BRASS HATS WASHINGTON, Sun.— The Air Force hastily assured irate taxpayers yesterday it really did not fly those beautiful Folies Bergeres girls from Paris to Las Vegas so they could stage "the nudest show on earth." U.P.I, reported from Paris that "Les Girls" from <he

Poland in—by compromise [ARTICLE]

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Poland in by compromise NEW YORK. Sun— The General Assembly early today elected Poland to the Security Council, ending through agreement between the United States and Russia a 51-ballot deadlock with Turkey. Under the agreement. Soviet-supported Poland and U.S.-backed Turkey will split a two-year council term, the Poles resigning after

DAM DEATH TOLL-386 [ARTICLE]

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DAM DEATH TOLL-386 PARIS, Sun.— The toll of the Malpasset dam disaster at Frejus on Dec. 2 now stands at 386 dead and missing. In Frejus today, heavy rain continued to hamper the search for bodies in the vast lake of mud left In the valley below the site of

Exiles invade Paraguay: Fierce fighting [ARTICLE]

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Exiles invade Paraguay: Fierce fighting RIOTS BREAK OUT IN CAPITAL, TWO OTHER MAJOR TOWNS BUENOS AIRES, Sunday. P'XILEI) Paraguayans have invaded their -E* homeland from Argentina and were yesterday reported to be fighting fiercely with troops loyal to the Paraguayan President, Gen. Alfredo Stroessner. Communications were cut off, but reports

IKE GIVES A DINNER FOR NEHRU AFTER REST DAY [ARTICLE]

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IKE GIVES A DINNER FOR NEHRU AFTER REST DAY NEW DELHI, Sunday. PRESIDENT EISENHOWER enterained Mr Nehru 1 to dinner here last night after a leisurely day in which he did "nothing, absolutely nothing" in the morning and attended a garden party in the afternoon. This day of rest followed

BB WILL GET HUSBAND BACK [ARTICLE]

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BB WILL GET HUSBAND BACK DARIS. Sun.— Private Jacques Charrier, French film actor husband of Brigitte Bardot, is to be released from the French Army on medical grounds as "unsuitable for service," Defence Ministry officials said yesterday. Mr. Charrier married Miss Bardot last June. On Nov. 5 he went into

THE PYJAMA GAME ON THE ROAD TO RECORD [ARTICLE]

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THE PYJAMA GAME ON THE ROAD TO RECORD LONDON, Sun. Six young men in pyjamas, carrying umbrellas, are leading the latest attempts to create a new marching record over 110 miles, which have recently become a feature of the British weekend. They set out from Norfolk to walk to Hford,

1,000 have flu [ARTICLE]

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1,000 have flu TAIPEH. Sun— Over 1.000 people were reported by health authorities today to have been .tricken with flu since Dec. I— Reuter.

High explosives found in ship [ARTICLE]

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High explosives found in ship ALGIERS, Sun. French authorities have found 250 tons of high explosive, destined for the Algerian rebels, aboard the Dutch coaster Bjess Bosh. The ship was detected sailing outside the usual trade routes off the North African coast.

Ambush victims [ARTICLE]

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Ambush victims ALGIERS, Sun. Ten French soldiers and four civilian guards were killed when they were ambushed by a strong rebel band six miles east of the Mediteranean town of Tigzirt yesterday. Reuter.

Chain reaction gems theft—two held [ARTICLE]

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Chain reaction gems theft two held LONDON. Sunday. SCOTLAND Yard detectives recovered in a wild fight $850,000 in jewellery stolen in London's chain reaction Jewellery robberies last October. Other detectives searched houses throughout the city In a drive to recover all the $3 million In jewels stolen in the largest

Jail for death pedestrian [ARTICLE]

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Jail for death pedestrian PARIS. Sun.— A 58-year-old woman who was knocked down by a man riding a motorised bicycle has been Jailed for 12 months and fined $2,400 for the manslaughter of the cyclist. The court in Rennes was told yesterday that Madame Leontlne Blanchal s had been drinking

Disarm gift [ARTICLE]

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Disarm gift LONDON. Sun.— Mr. Philip Noel Baker, 70-year-old British Labour M.P. is giving £12.000 of £15.219 sterling Nobel Peace Prize he won this week to aid disarmament. Reuter.

BERMUDA KILLER TO DIE [ARTICLE]

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BERMUDA KILLER TO DIE HAMILTON (Bermuda Bun— Wendell Willis Lightbourne. a 19-year-old Negro, was found guilty here last night of the murder of an English secretary. Barbara Dorothy Rawllnson. by a lury which recommended him to mercy. Lightbourne pleaded not guilty to' the murder of Miss Rawllnson on a Bermuda

FINE OR BE FINED IN ROME [ARTICLE]

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FINE OR BE FINED IN ROME ROME. Sun. Roman motorists are angry at reports confirmed relunctantly that traffic police are under orders to issue traffic tickets at the rate of one every 46 seconds or be fined themselves. A newspaper said this explained why traffic police issued a record 56.300

Actor weds at racecourse [ARTICLE]

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Actor weds at racecourse MEXICO CITY. SunActor Victor Mature married Adriene Joy Urwick at Aqua Callente racecourse yesterday. The ceremony was performed in the private apartment of John S. Alessio. managing director of the track, which is located a short distance across the international border— U Pl

10 die in blast [ARTICLE]

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10 die in blast DORTMUND, Sun. At least 10 people died when a gas explosion wrecked two blocks of flats here early today— Reuter.

Air record [ARTICLE]

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Air record LOS ANGELES. Sun-Brij? Oen. Joseph H. Moore s claim or a new world air speed record of 1.216.48 m.p.h. on a

Ml woman driver fined £50 [ARTICLE]

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Ml woman driver fined £50 LONDON. Sun.— A 56-year-old woman, Mrs. Hilda Lee of London, was alleged in court in St. Albans yesterday to have driven a Mercedes Benz at 125 m.D.h. before she crashed on Britain's new no-speed-limit motorway, Ml, between London and Birmingham. She was fined £50 and

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'Resign' call to PMIP by Alliance member [ARTICLE]

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'Resign' call to PMIP by Alliance member KUALA TRENGGANU, Sunday TRENGGANU GOVT. ACCUSED* OF 'EMPTY PROMISES 9 AX ALLIANCE call A to the PMIP Government of Trenggami to resign because it had not kept its promises to the people was made at today's sitting of the two-day State As semhly

THE DO-IT-YOURSELF POLICE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE DO-IT-YOURSELF POLICE OFF-DUTY policemen working on their "Little Mosque' at the Thomson Road police post yesterday. Straits Times picture.

Orchid paintings exhibition [ARTICLE]

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Orchid paintings exhibition SINGAPORE. Sun. The President of the Malayan Orchid Society, Mr. Tan Hoon Slang, will open an exhibition of paintings or orchids by Miss Tan Whei San at 5.30 p.m. on Friday at the Victoria Memorial Hall.

Model post men build own 'Little Mosque' [ARTICLE]

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Model post men build own 'Little Mosque' SINGAPORE. Sun.— The Thomson Road police post has always been held up as a model station. It has won many prizes and has seldom been left out of the programme for touring "top brass." But for the hundreds of kampong folk under its

St. John tea party [ARTICLE]

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St. John tea party SINGAPORE. Sun. The Kampong Glam Ambulance and Nursing Divisions of the St. John Ambulance Brigade. East Area, will hold a tea party on Sunday at 4.30 p.m.. at the Kampong Glam Malay Girls' School. At the party first aid certificates will be presented to members.

WHERE TO SEE FREE FILM SHOWS THIS WEEK [ARTICLE]

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WHERE TO SEE FREE FILM SHOWS THIS WEEK SINGAPORE. Sun. The Ministry of Culture will give free film shows at the following places this week. All shows will begin at 7 p.m. and short talks on current topics will be given by the Field Assistants. MONDAY: Pulau Semakau: Sing Ming

Ong to residents: 'Help yourselves' [ARTICLE]

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Ong to residents: 'Help yourselves' SINGAPORE, Sunday. T»HE MINISTER for National Development. Mr. Ong Eng Ouan. today called on the residents of Kallang Estate "to help yourselves and the country by working as a team to improve your surroundings." Addressing a large crowd at the market, he said: "The BIT

SCHOOLS CAN USE SHENTON WAY FIELD [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOLS CAN USE SHENTON WAY FIELD SINGAPORE. Sun. Inche Mohamed ArifT (PAP Ulu Pandang) told the Legislative Assembly that the Shenton Way playing field was available to primary schools which either had no playing field or whose grounds were Insufficient for the needs of their students. Explaining a vote of

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Today's Singapore diary... p.m.; Katong Club raffia work 530 pm meeung Dre»- m aking, badminton, table--430 p.m.; Malay Civil Service rrn«*Tinv n* m^ a tennU indoor games 4 p.m.; boStd I 5 p.m. ri7r?« o OF BOYB dy- I^ ll^^ P-" 1 Y.W.C.A. (Outram Road): Ma- S 'Queen Street): Judo

Work to start again on 41 tin mines [ARTICLE]

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Work to start again on 41 tin mines IPOH, Sunday PORTY-ONE idle tin mines in North Malaya will resume operations next month because of the increased permissible exports for the ninth quota period. In addition, two new mines have been authorised to start operations, the Senior Inspector of Mines (North

MEETING CALLS ON MINISTER TO RESIGN [ARTICLE]

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MEETING CALLS ON MINISTER TO RESIGN WUKIT MERTAJAM, Sun A public meeting to protest against the new income tax proposals at the Padang here last night passed a resolution calling on the Finance Minister Mr. Tan Siew Sin. to resign. The meeting agrerd that thcie was no necessity to increase

Move to control massage shops [ARTICLE]

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Move to control massage shops PENANG, Sun— The Socialist whip in the Penang State Assembly, Mr. Ooi Thiam Slew (Jelutong), will table a motion for legislation to be Introduced to control massage houses in the state at the assembly meeting on Dec. 22.

Suddenly all his happy thoughts were in a bag [ARTICLE]

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Suddenly all his happy thoughts were in a bag BRIDEGROOM-TO-BE ROBBED OF $400 GIFT By LEE FOO SAN IPOH, Sunday A PAPER shopping bag is hardly a fit container for a head full of happy thoughts of marriage but last night Lok Kok Swee, 25, found his head securely tied

Trade school parade [ARTICLE]

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Trade school parade SINGAPORE, Sun.— Forty boys will pas s out from the Army Boys' Trade School at a parade on Tuesday at the Punjab Barracks in Nee Soon. Another 16 have already left the school this year and are now undergoing advanced technical training.

AUSSIES TO SEE FILM OF MENZIES VISIT [ARTICLE]

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AUSSIES TO SEE FILM OF MENZIES VISIT KUALA LUMPUR, SunThousands of Australians will see in their cinemas, films taken by the Malayan Film Unit of last week's visit to Malaya by Mr. R. G. Menzies and his wife. Dame Pattie. The Malayan Film Unit had sent to Australia about .vooo

Stole idols to 'look after them' [ARTICLE]

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Stole idols to 'look after them' MALACCA, Sunday. TWO youths who stole three idols from a Chinese x temple here yesterday morning must have done so for sentimental reasons because idols had no intrinsic value, a magistrate commented yesterday Two of the idols were made of wood and the third

RAJA MUDA RETURNS TODAY [ARTICLE]

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RAJA MUDA RETURNS TODAY KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— The Raja Muda of Selangor and his wife will arrive here by train from Penan* tomorrow after their overseas tour. The Mentrl Besar of Belangor. Inche Abu Bakar bin Baglnda. and other officials will be at the railway station to welcome them. The

MORE ITEMS OF FOOD RATIONED [ARTICLE]

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MORE ITEMS OF FOOD RATIONED Move against 40 Perak Reds [(UALA KANGSAR 1V Sun. Seven more items of food have been placed under rationing restrictions from tomorrow for the 131.000 people living in the antiterrorist "Operation Jaya" area of Perak. Units of the Department of Information Services will tour Manong.

Council on tape [ARTICLE]

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Council on tape BUKIT. MERTAJAM. Sun. —The Bukit Mertajam Town Council will tape-record all Its future proceedings.

UNWRITTEN TREATY BINDS US MORE TO (INDONESIA HE SAYS [ARTICLE]

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UNWRITTEN TREATY BINDS US MORE TO (INDONESIA HE SAYS RUALA LUMPUR. Sun v —The Assistant Minister of Information and Broadcasting Tuan Syed Ja'afar Albar, today said that the unwritten traditional friendship between Malaya and Indonesia has more bearing than the recently signed friendship treaty between the two nations. Tuan Syed

End of terrorists near, says Cabal [ARTICLE]

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End of terrorists near, says Cabal ITUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— The Chief of Staff of the Philippines Armed Forces. Lt. Gen. Manuel F. Cabal, said here today that the Federation and Commonwealth Armed* Forces here would soon annihilate the remaining Communist terrorists Lt. Gen. Cabal left for Manila today after spending

UNION PROBING THE ESTATES SPLIT-UP [ARTICLE]

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UNION PROBING THE ESTATES SPLIT-UP TPOH, Sun. —The National Union of Plantation Workers has launched a full scale probe into the extent and effects of the fragmentation of estates. Questionnaires covering every aspect of the issue havu gone out to the union's branches In every state. The questionnaires seek Information

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GTC bus men stand fast [ARTICLE]

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GTC bus men stand fast COMPANY MANAGEMENT TURNS DOWN WORKERS' DEMANDS THEY REJECT A PLAN TO USE MACHINERY OF JOINT COUNCIL IN GRATUITY DISPUTE KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. THE 500 drivers and conductors employed by the former General Transport Company here today turned down .1 suggestion by the management to use

OVERSEERS' UNION TOLD: KEEP QUIET [ARTICLE]

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OVERSEERS' UNION TOLD: KEEP QUIET KUALA LUMPUR. Sun The Malayan Technical Services Union has told the new Overseers' Union to keep quiet in the interest of all concerned. The Overseers' Union recently criticised the MTSU for not pressing lor a revision of wages. In a Press statement today, the MTSU

PROPERTY RATES 'HIGH,' SO 200 APPEAL [ARTICLE]

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PROPERTY RATES 'HIGH,' SO 200 APPEAL KAJANG. Sun.— About 200 house-owners within the town board areas of Kajang. Seminyih, Bang! and Beranang have written to the Ulu Langat Town Board ap- 1 pealing against the "high" rates on their property. Most of them said their houses were either being: rented

Five-day joy for the Perak Royal family [ARTICLE]

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Five-day joy for the Perak Royal family IPOH, Sun.— The Perak Royal family will celebrate a double occasion for five days beginning Jan. 15. The Sultans birthday on Jan. 15. which will be a public holiday in the state, will be followed by the circumcision ceremony next day. of his

SHARP DROP IN TOBACCO REVENUE [ARTICLE]

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SHARP DROP IN TOBACCO REVENUE SINGAPORE. Sun.— Customs revenue here for the first 11 months of the year fell 5».639.000 short of the estimated amount, according to a Government statement. The amount collected 5U5.906.000— was $2,770,000 less than last year's collections over the corresponding period. A sharp drop in tobacco

First sitting in public [ARTICLE]

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First sitting in public SINGAPORE. Sun —The first public sitting of the commission of inquiry into the building Industry will be held in the conference room at the Ministry of Finance, fifth floor. Fullerton Building, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday.

NO FREE TRIP TO MALAYA FOR WIFE [ARTICLE]

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NO FREE TRIP TO MALAYA FOR WIFE DARNSLEY (Yorkshire). Sun.— A British soldier's wife, Mrs. Dorothy Cooper, has been told by the Prime Minister that she cannot have a free passage to Malaya, where her husband is serving. Mrs. Cooper, who is 21. wrote to Mr. Macmillan askllng if she

TEACHER AT 13 TO BE HEAD OF LANGUAGE INSTITUTE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TEACHER AT 13 TO BE HEAD OF LANGUAGE INSTITUTE ITUALA LUMPUR, Sun. R -The recentlyappointed principal of the Language Institute here, Inche Ariffln bin Mohamed Nam. is to be relieved of his Job in January— four months after he took over as head of the Institute. He is to be

$250 gift to murdered man's widow [ARTICLE]

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$250 gift to murdered man's widow KAJANG, Sun.— Members of the MCA youth section at the 9th mile Kejang Road have made a gift of $250 to the widow of Lim Fan Hang, who wa s killed by thugs on Tuesday. Lim. a rubber tapper, was playing mahjone with three

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I lt<> Saint By Losliv I'hurtvris WELL. OPEN IT, VICKY '^N^BJ^ji BIT LlkfE WMO WAS THAT 6IBL IBfc IV^ 7 ANOTHER L£ rT E£ BS^B^^P^^9 LiH Abnor By At Capp BUT ITS EXCITING *T) <SQ C lt*- Trary By Chmmtmr GouUl BJ^^H^HHH^I f they're cokinc 7 hand me bT a

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 2» Worms Sit (MUUmmm) CRATEFUL THANKS to Baersd Hr<r- Mother Help of Christians, Saint John Boscoe. Saint Jude for Favours Granted. Mavis. MR. A MRS. JIMMY VSO thank relatives and friends for their valuable presents, kind assistance aad attendance at their marriage.

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM tt Word, $U (Minimum) REQUIEM MAM for Edwin* Bofun (nee Testtoaohn) at Good Sbepherd Cathedral oo Wednesday 16th December at 8.30 a.m. FRANK CLARINCt AIRIA, 14 12.57. mined but not forgotten by hm loving wfe, cblldreo and son -lalaw.

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS M Word* lie (Minimum) AT "THI COCKPIT" Monday! TO fndavs Buslneaa Midi Lunch MM. SPECIAL BY AIR. New selection Cocktail Oowna. Vanity, 32 Raffles Place, Spore. TAKE APISCRUM and Cast osT old seel Available at ail leading dispensaries. MOST EMBARRASSING! Cyntbls noticed the smell of flab In toe kitchen.

PHOTOGRAPHY [ARTICLE]

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PHOTOGRAPHY U Word. Si (Mi*.)— Box M eis. sortra THE SEASON'S CINE Offer: tM papular Yashlca 88 Cln--Camera with UM sensational Zunowraatlc M.B EleetrieEye Iroa which guarantees correct amposure Automatically all the time but which may, when desired be Mt manually. Price: 124*7 Hat. "Tltfcas" Ltd.. 62 Middle Road. S'pora.

The Straits Times Monday, Dec. 14, 1959 Mr. Menzies' Success [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Monday, Dec. 14, 1959 Mr. Menzies' Success The boisterous good spirits that accompanied Mr. Menzies throughout his visit to the Federation were the most obvious testimony to the success of his mission; indeed, they very nearly obscured the more serious side of the exercise, which was the

A Matter Of Chance [ARTICLE]

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A Matter Of Chance Provision to make avail- able to Federation courts •through his book on games of chance the expertise of a former Assistant Commissioner of Police met unexpected opposition in the Senate. The bill was approved in the House of Representatives without debate. Learned Senators, however, objected, mainly

Algerian Vote [ARTICLE]

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Algerian Vote The sponsors of the Algerian resolution, which failed by two votes to secure the necessary two-thirds majority in the United Nations Assembly, have a right to feel aggrieved. Every paragraph of the resolution had been endorsed by a better than two-thirds vote. The whole, however, proved greater than

HAPPY DAY FOR 10,000 [LETTER]

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HAPPY DAY FOR 10,000 TT MUST have given 10.--000 teachers assembled at the Happy World Stadium last Tuesday a real sense of pride and importance to hear the Prime Minister say that the future of the State of Singapore lay In their hands The teachers were representative of all the

THE BIG FOUR [ARTICLE]

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THE BIG FOUR Kenneth James by WIDESPREAD PUBLIC DISQUIET STARTS AN EXHAUSTIVE PROBE INTO BRITAIN'S FINANCIAL STRUCTURE LONDON. THE decision of the British Government, announced last week, to set up a powerful committee to inquire into company law is the strongest evidence yet of the intense re-examination of Britain's financial

DAHA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DAHA JOHN WILLIAMS from BUT THE MESS IS STILL THERE THE sacking of five "rebels from Ceylon s caretaker cabinet ends the tragi-comical situation in which the Prime Minister, Mr. Dahanayake, was not on speaking terms except to exchange insults with his leading Ministers. It takes a fast eye to

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Retired women teachers should carry on: Minister [ARTICLE]

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Retired women teachers should carry on: Minister SINGAPORE, Sunday. 'THE Minister for Education, Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin, said in the Legi»- lative Assembly today that women teachers who retired should not stop work. He was speaking on a query raised by Mrs. Scow Peck Leng (SPA-Mountbatten) as to why women

Anniversary [ARTICLE]

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Anniversary IPOH. Sun— About 300 people last night attended the 23rd anniversary dinner of the Perak Coffee Shopkeepers' Association here.

PRISCILLA HITS THE MISS' TARGET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PRISCILLA HITS THE MISS' TARGET MISS Priscilla de Souxa. 19. (centre) was elected "Miss Supershell 1960" at last night's Art Ball at the Raffles Hotel. Singapore Second was Miss Sybil Shrapnel. 24. (left) and third Miss Kisane Davis. 17. Straits Times picture.

RAF plans big Xmas parties for children [ARTICLE]

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RAF plans big Xmas parties for children SINGAPORE. Sun. Royal Air Force stations in Singapore and the Federation have arranged special Christmas parties for children of local employees and children in local hospitals on Christmas Day. In Singapore, parties will be held at Changi, Seletar and Tengah. At RAF Changi,

A $500, 000 'new look' for boys' home [ARTICLE]

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A $500, 000 'new look' for boys' home KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. The Serendah Boys Home the Government home foi under-privileged boys Ls to get a $500,000 "brand new look." The superintendent. Inche Abdullah bin Baginda, said today that the home will be able to Increase its Intake of boys from

Selangor rejects UMNO 'dissolve' proposal [ARTICLE]

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Selangor rejects UMNO 'dissolve' proposal 'STATE BODIES ARE A NECESSITY' KUALA LUMPUR. Sunday T*HE Selangor UMNO x today decided to reject the UMNO headquarters' proposal to dissolve state organisations. This decision was taken at an extraordinary delegates' meeting called to discuss the proposal which the headquarters claimed would prevent further

'NEW DUTIES WILL DELAY SHIPPING' [ARTICLE]

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'NEW DUTIES WILL DELAY SHIPPING' MALACCA, Sun. The new Customs duties for the Federation will rause "great inconvenience to importers, hardship to shipping coin panics" and create a need for more Customs machinery. Mr R. P. W. Gosman. chairman of the Malacca Chamber of Commerce Port Committee, said this today

'STAR' AWARDS GIVEN TO POLICE OFFICERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'STAR' AWARDS GIVEN TO POLICE OFFICERS COMMISSIONER HANDS OUT CERTIFICATES FOR 'SPECTACULAR' CASES SINGAPORE. Sunday. MINE C.I.D. men have received certificates from the Commissioner of Police. Mr. A. E. G. Blades for what he described as their "spectacular" cases They were officers from two units the Special Investigations Section and

Principal weds teacher [ARTICLE]

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Principal weds teacher PENANG. Sun— A headmaster married a member of his staff at the Chin Kang Association here today. He is Mr. Lim Heng Tiang. headmaster of Kay Sin Chinese School at Machang Buboh. Butterworth. She ls the former Miss Lim Thean Meng.

$125,000 for Police Asian 'expats' [ARTICLE]

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$125,000 for Police Asian expats' SINGAPORE. Sun. The Government has provided $125,000 In next year's budget to meet leave passage and rail fares of Asian expatriates in the police force, the Minister for Home Affairs, Mr. Ong Pang Boon, told the Legislative Assembly today. Mr. Ong said that the amount

Don't rush into marriage, teachers are toid [ARTICLE]

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Don't rush into marriage, teachers are toid KUALA LUMPUR, The Minister of Education, Inche Mo- hamed Khir Johari, today advised young Malay teachers not to rush into marriage. He was addressing a meetIng of national language teachers in non-Malay schools here to clarify the special examination some teachers would be

New religious leader [ARTICLE]

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New religious leader KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— The Chief Social Welfare Officer in the Federation, Dato Zainal Abldin bin Abas, was today elected president of the Malayan Council for Inter-faith Co-operation at its annual meeting here.

Staff president [ARTICLE]

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Staff president SINGAPORE, Sun. Mr. Leong Kwong Nang has been elected president of the Singapore Government Secretarial St?” ««ociatlon.

Board chairman [ARTICLE]

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Board chairman SINGAPORE, Sun.—Captain J.A.L. Pavitt rm s been appointed chairman of the Seamen's Registry Board here.

Chettiar festival [ARTICLE]

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Chettiar festival SINGAPORE, Sun. The Chettiar community of Muar today celebrated their Karthigai festival at the Chettiar Temple.

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The psychology of the Orient [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The psychology of the Orient JOHN RAYMOND By PASSAGE OF ARMS. By Eric Ambler. (Heinemonn. 165.) J HERE are still ten novelists left in England whose works one hurries to buy, and Mr. Eric Ambler is the eighth of them. He is no longer merely a writer of superb intellectual

A story of high courage and drama [ARTICLE]

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A story of high courage and drama THIS THRILLER BEGINS IN THE FREE PRESS ON SATURDAY THE HUKKICANE STOKT. By Paml Galilee (Michael Joseph 12a. M.) By WALTER WARWICK rpHE Hurricane, In its X glorious day, was the perfect fighting machine. She flew like an angel. She had no vices

MM: Where you went wrong... [ARTICLE]

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MM: Where you went wrong... THE results of The Malayan Monthly's $2,000 Free Entry Contest "J" (November) were announced yesterday in The Sunday Times. Here are the judges' comments on what they considered were the most apt and accurate answers to some of the more difficult clues. ACROSS 4: "Show

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Main interest in tins [ARTICLE]

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Main interest in tins QUOTA RISE SPARKS GOOD DEMAND By Our Market Correspondent jy|AIN interest on the .Malayan Share Market last week was concentrated in the mining section following the announcement that the International Tin Council was increasing world quotas by 6,000 tons in the next quarter. This sparked off

DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Share Market: Dec. 13 De«. 11 Industrial*: 11S.CS 116.13 Tins: 143.39 115.93 Rubbers: 183.90 185.90 Jan. 1 1938=100

OFFICIAL PRICES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL PRICES TIN RUBBER (perpicul) (per Ib.) Dec. 7 $387.5* SUM S $387,871, $1.21 $390.37 $1,184 10 $389.50 l.l»*j 11 $388.00 $I.l6''s 12 $387.37 >i

SATURDAY BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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SATURDAY BUSINESS 'TWE Malayan Share Brokers' Association reported on Saturday (Dec. 12): -Industrials and tins were easier while rubbers were quiet. The turnover was small." Singapore brokers reported the following business: Industrials: Con. Tin Smelt ords 48s. 6d Gammon $2.15; Hume pref. A 4». 9d.; Straits Times $2.05; Straits Traders

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES 'pHt MaUyan Exchange Banks' Association made the following changes in its rates to merchants on Saturday, Dec. 12 (all rates to $100): Selling T.T. or O.D. ready: Swiss Francs 140 Belgian Francs 1628\: Italian Lire XXXXX. On the free exchauige market in Hong Kong, the U.S. dollar was

Quieter market in rubber [ARTICLE]

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Quieter market in rubber THE London Financial Times expressed the opin- ion on Saturday that the squeeze in world rubber markets was now almost over and normal conditions should have returned to all markets by mid-January. Certainly last week the Singapore Rubber Market was much quieter and Friday's closing price

MALAYAN SHARE LIST [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN SHARE LIST THE following list of revised quotation* was issued by the Malayan Share Brokers' Association after its last meeting on Saturday (Dec. 12). H and L stand for highest and lowest prices for business done this year. INDUSTRIALS KIT TO MMKIHCS I cti caa capital nun r Mil

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MONTY SETTLES ISSUE -BY 3½ LENGTHS [ARTICLE]

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MONTY SETTLES ISSUE -BY 3½ LENGTHS EPSOM JEEP: By I Singapore, Sunday iiMitiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiinniiiiiii Docmaytor wins but is disqualified in Race 3 The BIC SWEIP Total pool $196,825. First arise No. XXXXX6 ($81,570) Second pri» No. XXXXX5 ($44,285) Third prue No. XXXXX5 ($24,603) STARTERS ($3,075 ..eh): No.. XXXXX8, XXXXX7. XXXXX6, XXXXX7.

LATEST UK SOCCER TABLES [ARTICLE]

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LATEST UK SOCCER TABLES I ONDON, Sun.— Latest positions in the British v football league:' •reston 21 12 5 4 42 31 29 "ottenham 21 10 8 XXXXX 28 lurnley 21 12 3 0 52 34 27 Vest Ham 21 12 3 XXXXX 27 •ulham 21 12 3 6 44

Olmedo takes top spot [ARTICLE]

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Olmedo takes top spot NEW YORK, sun WlmDledon champion Alex Olmedo. who turned professional for Ja:k Kramer earlier this month, was named v the top-ranking American men's singles player of 1959 by thhe U.S. Lawn Tennis Association yesterday. Beverly Flelu, who had a big hand In America regaining the Wlghtman

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2 'golds' each for Fed. and S'pore [ARTICLE]

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2 'golds' each for Fed. and S'pore BANGKOK, Sunday NORMAN SIEBEL reporting from Bangkok rPHE Federation of Malaya and Singapore entered the gold medal lists early today in the first full day's competition in the S.E.A.P. Games. At the end of the day, they had two golds each. TAN GHEE

RAAF line-up for Cup [ARTICLE]

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RAAF line-up for Cup PRNANG, Sun. RAAP Butterworth will meet RAP Changi in a Sanderson Cup rugger replay in Singapore next Thursday. The Australians, holders of the trophy, have selected a strong team led by Dick Jeams. Their line-up will be: Tony Brown; Jock Smeaton, Butch Chamberlain, Teiry Mun•ter. Jimmy

'Shooters' beaten [ARTICLE]

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'Shooters' beaten KUALA KANOSAR. Sun. Kuala Kangsnr Indians beat the Indian Shooting Star of Bukit Mertajam 3-1 in a soccer match here yesterday.

Aussies lose [ARTICLE]

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Aussies lose LONDON. Sun. Britain beat Australia by 18 points to 12 in the third and final Rugby league International at Wlgan. Lancashire, yesterday to win the series by two matches to one— Reuter

Gaik Bee and Kops win 'mixed' title [ARTICLE]

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Gaik Bee and Kops win 'mixed' title JAMSHEDPUR, Sun. Tan Gaik Bee of Malaya and Erland Kop s of Denmark won th c mixed double* title in the Indian national badmin ton championships here yesterday.. In the final, they beat Nandu Natekar and Sudesh Minocha of India 15-8. 15-8. Kops

Cup stays in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Cup stays in S'pore J^UALA LUMPUR. Bun._ Singapore, showing marked superiority In the second half, retained the Sultans' Gold Cup when they beat Kelantan 6-1 in the final of the Malayan Malays soccer competition at Merdeka Stadium tonight. It was Singapore's fifth success In the seven Cup final appearances In

S. Korea 2-0 [ARTICLE]

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S. Korea 2-0 TOKYO, sun. South Korea beat Japan 2-0 here today In the first of two Olympic Oames soccer qualifying tournament matches There was no score at half-time. The second qualifying match will be played here on Dec. 20. Reuter.

Selangor outplay Perak Asians [ARTICLE]

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Selangor outplay Perak Asians IPOH, Sunday. CJELANGOR Asians beat Perak Asians by 13 points w (two goals, try) to 6 (two penalties) in theii last match of the All Blues Cup rugger competition on the town padang today. Selangor have beaten K E d ah and lost t0 Penang, while

MALAYA 244 RUNS BEHIND HK [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA 244 RUNS BEHIND HK HONG KONG, Sunday. I JONG KONG today settled down to make a match II out of the inter-port game against Malaya. finishing the second day's play 244 runs ahead of the visitors. The home side started the Recond innings in the momIng 38 runs behind

Brilliant century by Harvey [ARTICLE]

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Brilliant century by Harvey YEW DELHI, Sun.—Australia took a nrst Innings lead of 158 run s with six wickets in hand at the end of the second day of the First Test against India here today. The tourists finished the day with 293 for four, thanks to a brilliant 114

Easy win for RSGC [ARTICLE]

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Easy win for RSGC SING A POKE. Sun. Royal Singapore Golf Club beat Keppel Golf Club by 7' 2 to 3\ In their annual match at Sime Road today. Col. and Mrs. GJBK. Maydon won the RSGC 18-holes mixed foursome subleford with a score of 35H. Runners-up were Mr. and

Blues whipped [ARTICLE]

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Blues whipped SERHMBAN. Bun. Ibrahim School. Sunget Patanl. beat Negri All Blues by 14 points (goal, three tries) to nil here today. The vialtors fielded only 13 players.

Cup entry [ARTICLE]

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Cup entry MANILA, Sun. The Philippines will send a team to the World Cup Football championship In Chile in 1962.

Kuts quits [ARTICLE]

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Kuts quits MOSCOW, Sun. Valdlmlr KuU. the Russian 6,000 and 10,000 metres Olympic champion, has retired because of leg trouble. Reuter

BUSBY PULLS OFF GAMBLE [ARTICLE]

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BUSBY PULLS OFF GAMBLE LONDON, Sun. MANCHESTER United, the team whose answer to an unsuccessful run was to drop £100.000 worth of talent, yesterday stormed to a 5-1 away win over Nottingham Forest. In the English Football League s First Division. Yesterdays match was the Unlted's second since Manager Matt

SGS held [ARTICLE]

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SGS held IPOH. Sun. A Perak Selection drew 3-3 with Singapore Government Services in a friendly soccer match on the Chinese Assembly Hall ground here today. Singapore, who led 2-1 at halftime, scored through inside-left Tahir Abu (2) and centre-forward Sahar Hussaln. Centre-forward Ramadas Rao. Inside-left Boon Meng and outside-left

SECOND DAY'S RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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SECOND DAY'S RESULTS DANGKOK, Sun. Re 19 suits of the second day's events in the South East Asia Peninsular Games here today: Athletics Men's IN caetrea (first round): 1 Suthl Manyakat (Slam) 10.9 •ec: 2 Cbal ling Foofc (Singapore) llsec: 3 Kyew Myint i Burma > 11.5 sec. Men* 400

Dia Rees, Allis too good [ARTICLE]

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Dia Rees, Allis too good SINGAPORE, Sun. British Ryder Cup captain Dai Rees and his team-mate, Peter AlUs, were too good for Royal Island Club's Johnny Murallle and Lyn Holloway In their exhibition match at Thomson Road today. Dai Rees and Allis beat their opponents by five and three after

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SINGAPORE: Buffer -FARELF competition (Singapore zone 2nd round) 18 Signals Regiment v 1 Cheshire Regiment, Dover Road: Friendly SCC "B v The Blacks, padang. Hockey: SHA league. Div. I— University v Khalsa. Bulcit Tlmah. Golf RSGC LOU medal. Sime Road. Table Tennis: STTA Junior inter-club league (play-off). SYSC. 7.30 p.m.

'Equality of the sexes' query [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Equality of the sexes' query Mrs. SEOW RAISES A LAUGH IN THE ASSEMBLY UINC.APORE, Sun. The (iovernment was asked today, during the It ud get debate in the Legilative Assembly, when it proposed to implement its promise of equal rates and opportunities for men and women teachers. The Minister for

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS ANTHONY LOW HOA MONO. aged 61, panned away peacefully on Friday 11-12-59 At 4 Oakland Avenue. Eih*r. Surrey. Knrlani Leaving behind hi* wife, .'> Dons. 4 daughter*, one aon-ln-law to mourn their lon. MRS. KWOK KWONO N. Ton* Tee Mvi pasted away peacefully on 12-12-51 »t in. -A Coronation

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS MRS E. OVIREI thanks all Mm telegrams, donations and surrendered In her recent bereavement. MR. AND MRS. LIM BOX NAI thank (heir parents, relatives and friends for their assistance, presence, food wishes and gifts glv»n on the occasion of their marriage on 12.12.59.

FIRM STAND ON QUESTION OF GRANT TO VARSITY—YONG [ARTICLE]

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FIRM STAND ON QUESTION OF GRANT TO VARSITY— YONG SINGAPORE. Sun.— The Minister for Education, Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin. today disclosed that his Government was standing firm over the question of contributing towards the capital development of the University of Malaya division in Kuala Lumpur. Mr. Yong was replying to

Air Force local staff back union merger [ARTICLE]

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Air Force local staff back union merger SINGAPORE, Sun. —I The 5,000-strong Air Ministry Local Staff Union, today voted in support of a move to form a single union for all workers of the three Armed Forces. The AMLSU is the second services union to favour the merger move. At

Menzies meets 'King' of Cocos [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Menzies meets 'King of Cocos COCOS ISLANDS. Sun. The Australian Prime Minister. Mr. R. G. Mentics. arrived here today for a 24-hour visit and for talks with the "Kins" of the Cocos, Mr. John Clunics-Ross (above). Mr. Clunies-Ross, it was understood. would raise matters, which he believes Australia could solve,

Death of space pioneers [ARTICLE]

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Death of space pioneers ROME. Sun. An Italian news agency has reported that three men and one woman have died in Russian space rockets

SORAYA AND ORSINI [ARTICLE]

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SORAYA AND ORSINI ROME. Sun.— The engagement of ex-Empress Soraya of Persia and Italian Prince Raimondo Orsini is expected to be announced on Wednesday. Informed sources, said today that despite published denials, the Shah's ex-wife plans to marry handsome. 28-year-old Prince Raimondo. The Prince's 62-year-old widowed mother. Princess Lulsa. is

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