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The Straits Times, 15 December 1959

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVEB.Ifit: DAILY fFBTIFIEP SALE l\f II|»S 80.000 fig**"* The Straits Times Estd. 1845. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1959 15 CENTS.

HOMES: A $415m. QUERY [ARTICLE]

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HOMES: A $415m. QUERY RAJAH; WHAT ABOUT THAT FIVE-YEAR HOUSING PLAN? Information sought on how many units will be built next year... Answer: It had leaked to Press SINGAPORE, Monday. THE MINISTER for National Development, Mr. Ong Eng Guan, today admitted that the Singapore Government was not committed to a

Debate on estimates over—one day ahead [ARTICLE]

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Debate on estimates over— one day ahead SINGAPORE. Mon. The Legislative Assembly today concluded its debate on the 1960 estimates on c day ahead of the five days allotted and passed the Budget without amendment This provides 'or expenditure in the ordinary estimates of $246.6 million and in the development

JAPANESE BEAUTY FLIES INTO SINGAPORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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JAPANESE BEAUTY FLIES INTO SINGAPORE MISS AKIKO KOJIMA ot Singapore Airport yesterday Behind her ore Malay film actresses Normadiah ond Rahmah.

NATO may pick a date for the Summit—Lloyd [ARTICLE]

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NATO may pick a date for the Summit Lloyd FOREIGN SECRETARY OFF TO PARES TALKS LONDON, Monday. ]t| R. Selwyn Lloyd, British Foreign Secretary, said iTI here today that he believed a possible date for a Summit Conference would emerge from this week's NATO talks in Paris. Mr. Lloyd was

Rocket to Venus [ARTICLE]

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Rocket to Venus LONDON, Mon.— The Jodreli Bank radio observatory reported today that it was standing by for the firing of a United States space rocket to the planet Venus. The launching at Cape Canaveral is expected to take place within the next few days. VentU Is now at its

MAKARIOS LEADS IN CYPRUS ELECTION [ARTICLE]

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MAKARIOS LEADS IN CYPRUS ELECTION NICOSIA, Mon. Early returns today in the Cyprus presidential election gave Archbishop Makarios a strong lead over his rival, Mr. John Clerides. He had 60,461 votes to Mr. Clerides' 26.209, with well over one-third of the count completed. Archbishop Makarios. formerly exiled to the Seychelles

Tube coaches [ARTICLE]

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Tube coaches LONDON. Mon. London Underground Railways today introduced 76 streamlined "silver" coaches which will eventually replace all the familiar red cars.

Miss Universe stops even the plane [ARTICLE]

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Miss Universe stops even the plane SINGAPORE, Mon. The world's most beautiful girl upset airport procedure when she arrived here today. An aircraft taxi-ing on the tarmac was stopped in its tracks to allow Miss Akiko Kojima, first Asian holder of the "Miss Universe" title, to walk from the Japan

Bandits fire on police [ARTICLE]

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Bandits fire on police KUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— Terrorists last nif ht fired at a police armoured car travelling from Kroh to Klian. Policemen in the car returned the fire and continued their way to Klian Intan without casualties.

Friendship abandoned, says Jakarta [ARTICLE]

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Friendship abandoned, says Jakarta SINO-INDONESIAN TIES AT LOWEST EBB AS CHINA IS CALLED 'IMPERIALIST' JAKARTA. Monday. A FOREIGN OFFICE spokesman said here today that Peking had "abandoned" the friendship of the Indonesian people by its attitude of support for Communist Chinese shopkeepers, currently being ousted from Indonesian villages. The spokesman,

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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The Banda inquiry [ARTICLE]

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The Banda inquiry COLOMBO. Mon. An inquiry Into the Bandaranaike assassination opened today be f ore Chief Magistral N.A.S. Wijesekere. Seven suspects, including two Buddhist monks and a former Minister, Mrs. Vimala Wljewardene, were in the dock. Barbed wire barricades and I heavy police detachment* kept crowds from the court

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Ike leaves India: 'Deep satisfaction' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ike leaves India: 'Deep satisfaction' NEHRU ASSURES WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT IN EFFORTS FOR WORLD PEACE PRESIDENT Eisenhower at the end of a four-and-a-half day visit to India which was marked by tumultuous public welcomes, left in his orange and silver jet airliner for Teheran at dawn today. There was no ceremonial.

SEARCH IS STILL ON FOR STOLEN ARMS [ARTICLE]

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SEARCH IS STILL ON FOR STOLEN ARMS DUBLIN. Mon Irish Republican home guards and police continued searching the country bordering Northern Ireland today for arms and ammunition stolen last Friday from a local army barracks. The search began on Saturday when children playing in a field picked up a .303

Star homes threatened [ARTICLE]

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Star homes threatened LOS ANGELES. Mon. Firemen fought for six hours during the night before they managed to control a fierce forest fire which had threatened several luxury hillside homes of film stars In the Santa Monica mountains. Flames had licked Chailton Heston's unfinished $450,000 home but fire fighters beat

Six drowned [ARTICLE]

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Six drowned NEW YORK. Mon An adult and five children ranging in age from three to 13, drowned here at Bairtbrldge. Georgia, yesterday when their small boat overturned in the swift waters of the Flint River.— U.P.l.

FLOOD OF WORDS ON IKE [ARTICLE]

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FLOOD OF WORDS ON IKE NEW DELHI. Mon.— Press cables, radio pictures and "voice-cats" on President Eisenhower's visit to India almost totalled one year's normal traffic from Delhir officials said here yesterday. More than 600.000 words of foreign press messages were filed by correspondents covering his visit. Renter

PARAGUAY'S TEENAGE REBEL ARMY OF 3,000 STILL HOLDS THREE VILLAGES [ARTICLE]

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PARAGUAY'S TEENAGE REBEL ARMY OF 3,000 STILL HOLDS THREE VILLAGES BUENOS AIRES. Monday. lOYAL Paraguayan troops were reported advanc- ing today on schoolboy rebels in the trackless jungles of southern and eastern Paraguay, ana official announcements claimed victory over the insurgents. Government forces were said already to have recaptured Caazapa.

Macleod in Kenya— 'heart and centre of my tour9 [ARTICLE]

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Macleod in Kenya 'heart and centre of my tour 9 NAIROBI. Mon.— about 11 200 people carrying banners demanding responsible Government next year greeted Britain's new Colonial Secretary. Mr. lain Macleod. wnen he arrived here yesterday to continue his East African factfinding tour. The demonstrators, mostly Africans, also carried banners

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Flood aid appeal to fishermen [ARTICLE]

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Flood aid appeal to fishermen UELGRADE. Mon.—Fishermen were asked to lend their boats and peasants their horses, yesterday to evacuate several villages as flood-waters continued to rise in Bosnia and Dalmatla. southern Yugoslavia. Officials said material tosses were alarming. Trains and buses were cancelled in many places, because of flooded

MENZIES BACK: I WAS DELIGHTED [ARTICLE]

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MENZIES BACK: I WAS DELIGHTED CANBERRA. Mon. The Australian Prime Minister, Mr. Robert Menzies and Dame Pattie returned here today following a tour of Indonesia and Malaya and a visit to Cocos Islands. In a Press interview 11,500 feet above the Indian Ocean before landing in Australia, he said of

JANE'S: RUSSIA HAS UNMATCHED SUBS FORCE [ARTICLE]

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JANE'S: RUSSIA HAS UNMATCHED SUBS FORCE LONDON, Monday. T>l SSI A has built around its -L* unmatched submarine force a navy so powerful it believes that in the event of war it can cut the Atlantic lifeline between Britain and the United States and force NATO to halt any hostile

Leopons are doing well [ARTICLE]

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Leopons are doing well TOKYO, Mon— Officials of the Zoological Garden of the Koshien Hanshln Park in Nishonomiya City. Western Japan, said today two leopons. offspring of a leopard and a lioness, are in excellent health. The officials claimed the birth was the first of its kind ln the world

SAM, SPACE FLIGHT MONKEY, PULLS A TRAINING LEVER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SAM, SPACE FLIGHT MONKEY, PULLS A TRAINING LEVER SAM, the space monkey who rocketed into space and back again safely, is shown operating a lever as part of his space flying training. Sam received his space training at the Bal c on c s research centre of the University of

DEATH TRAP LEFT BY DEAD MAN [ARTICLE]

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DEATH TRAP LEFT BY DEAD MAN TOULOUSE. Mon.— A fitter. Andre Dourtres. posthumous- 1 ly killed one policeman and seriously wounded another after committing suicide and leaving a letter saying "I will punish them all in terrible fashion." The policeman, Luclen Ratle. 36. was killed yesterday and his colleague injured

Dalai Lama [ARTICLE]

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Dalai Lama BOMBAY. Mon. The Dalai Lama who is on a pilgrimage to Buddhist shrines arrived here today on a four-day visit accompanied by nine Tibetans.— Reuter

POLICEMAN BEATEN UP BY ROWDY BRONX GIRLS [ARTICLE]

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POLICEMAN BEATEN UP BY ROWDY BRONX GIRLS NEW YORK, Mon. Two policemen unleashed a storm of feminine wrath yesterday when they tried to qul?ten a band of boisterous girls In the Bronx. Three of the 12 girls set upon the policemen, bruising and biting one of thsm so severely he

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Your radio today... RADIO SINGAPORE RADIO MALAYA Medium Wire 476 metres KATIONAL SHOBTWAVE AM. 630 Good Morning; 6 .32" meSS'SsVe'seKkts Morning Prelude; 7.00 The News; Kuala Lumpur 341 metres 7.05 A Date With Music; 8.00 The {""I* 11 36 nitres News; 805 A Date With Music; mTuc »97 m^Urt 8.30

LIMITED PLAN FOR RADIO COMMERCIALS [ARTICLE]

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LIMITED PLAN FOR RADIO COMMERCIALS Modest project may begin in June SINGAPORE, Monday. THE Minister for Culture, Mr. S. Rajaratnam, today disclosed in the Legislative Assembly that his Government proposed to introduce a limited form of commercial broadcasting over Radio Singapore from June next year. Mr. Rajaratnam was speaking on

Premier due [ARTICLE]

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Premier due SINGAPORE. Mon.— Prince Tungi. Prime Minister of Tonga, is expected to arrive here by air from Colombo on Wednesday.

Sir Roland flies in on Thursday [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sir Roland flies in on Thursday SINGAPORE, Monday. SIR ROLAND TURNBULL, Governor of North Borneo, is due in Singapore by air on Tuesday for a short visit. While here. Sir Roland will address members of the Chinese Ladies Association at their monthly luncheon at the Cathay Restaurant at 1 p.m.

THEATRE FUND NOW $150,803 [ARTICLE]

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THEATRE FUND NOW $150,803 SINGAPORE. Mon. The National Theatre Fund has gone up to $150,803.74. Today's donations: Eastern Agencies Ltd. $1,000: Singapore Chinese Laundry Owners Association $100; Messrs. Theynappa Ltd. $25.25; M. G. Hewa $25. Chop Seng Kee $200: Peoples' Park Traders Association $445: Singapore Rugby Union $751.35. Flinter Grinberg

No water areas [ARTICLE]

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No water areas SINGAPORE, Mbn. Water will be cut off tomorrow in MacPherson Road, between No 536 and 550. from 9 a.m. !to 3 p.m. and in Windsor I Drive and Siak Kuan Road I from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

SIOO FOR THE BLIND FROM SCHOOL SALE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SIOO FOR THE BLIND FROM SCHOOL SALE rUR-YEAR-OLD Master Yeoh Tiang Keat a student of the Sunnyway Kindergarten handed over a cheque for $100 to Mr. Yeo Thiam Slew, president of Singapore Association for the Blind, yesterday. The money was raised when the 150 children of the kindergarten held their

VACCINE RUSHED TO EAST COAST [ARTICLE]

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VACCINE RUSHED TO EAST COAST I^UALA LUMPUR. 1V Mon. The Institute for Medical Research here has sent 30,000 doses of vaccine to Trengganu to fight a suspected smallpox outbreak. A spokesman for the Institute said today that another 7.000 doses have been sent to East Pahang. "There have been no

'Spore can be proud of her postal services' [ARTICLE]

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'Spore can be proud of her postal services' SINGAPORE, Mon. The Deputy Prime Minister. Dr. Toh Chin Chye, said in the Legislative Assembly today that Singapore could be proud of her postal services. Dr. Toh said this when replying to a question raised by Tun Lim Yew Hook (SPA-Cairnhlll) on

Building inquiry [ARTICLE]

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Building inquiry SINGAPORE. Mon. The Commission of Inquiry into the building industry will hold its first public session tomorrow in the conference room, Ministry of Finance. sth Floor. Fullerton Building, at 10 a.m.

No extra work for these teachers [ARTICLE]

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No extra work for these teachers SINGAPORE, Mon, Untrained teachers of English in Government and aided schools who have been selected to undergo a threeyear training course, will not be required to do the maximum extra half session duties next year. This assurance is given by the Ministry of Education-

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RAFTLES MUSEUM: Photo- Beginners 10.30 »jn., Japanese meeting at Kandang Kerbtu Lecrrmphic exhibition on China by nower arrangement 4Uh couraa 10 ture Theatre 8.15 p.m. Y. H. Cb*ng 9 ajn. to 5.30 p.m a.m.. 2nd course 11 a.m.. Blue 5! l ?uL Body-buUdin» and SINGAPORE MUSICAL SO- Triangle Club 5

Govt. given a for Malay the Rumi wal [ARTICLE]

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Govt. given a for Malay the Rumi wal ONN: NOW IT'S BIRD LANGUAGE— M BUT THIS WILL NOT MEAN TI^B JAWI WILL BE DISCARDED. THE PREMIER TELLS PARLIAMEII KUALA LUMPUi THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES today decide* (Romanised Malay) be given first place as the script o^ language. Jawi will also

'Train kampong girls to become nurses' proposal rejected [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Train kampong girls to become nurses proposal rejected IfUALA LUMPUR, 1Y Mon. Parliament today said "No" to a PMIP move to waive English as a qualification for girls who pass out of the national schools to be trained as nurses and midwives. Introducing the motion. Che Khatijah Sldek (Dungun), said

ON THE AIR: MALAY THE EASY WAY [ARTICLE]

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ON THE AIR: MALAY THE EASY WAY A FIVE-MINUTE "Ut'« speak the national language programme went on the air in the English network of Radio Malaya this evening at 6.50, inaugurating a series to boost the use of the language. The programmes will be broadcast five days a week, at

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re is defeated ome home for Raja Muda [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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re is defeated ome home for Raja Muda KLANG. Monday to of -I a Hbple of Mined by ■100 l child- arrival at was V nine-gun luda and the Raja Puan Muda were retairninr after a sixmonth tour of Europe and America. Us return has a special significance because before

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GOH: SCHEMES FOR STORE RIVER WILL COST $23M. [ARTICLE]

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GOH: SCHEMES FOR STORE RIVER WILL COST $23M. SINGAPORE, Monday. HPHE Finance Minister, Dr. Goh Keng Swce, A told the Legislative Assembly today that the schemes to deepen the Singapore River and increase the headway under the bridges would cost about $23,060,000. He said the schemes were still under consideration

DEPUTY SPEAKER IS NAMED [ARTICLE]

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DEPUTY SPEAKER IS NAMED KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. fllE House of Representatives today approved the appointment of Syed Esa bin Alwee as Deputy Speaker of the House. He wa s proposed by the Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Raxak. and seconded by the Minister of Finance, Mr. Tan Siew Sin. Mr.

Sultan dines with departing Loyals [ARTICLE]

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Sultan dines with departing Loyals IPOH. MondayTHE Sultan of Perak entertained officers of the departing Ist Bn. the Loyal Regiment, to dinner at the Istana Iskandariah in Kuala Kangsar last night. The Loyal Regiment, which has completed a three-year anti-terrorist tour of duty In Perak. is due to leave Ipoh

Delegates robbed [ARTICLE]

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Delegates robbed PENANG. Mon. Two delegates to the Methodist Church annual conference in Penang lost $400 In cash and personal effects during the weekend. The Rev. John Abraham and Mr. Selva Ratnam reported to police that the articles were stolen from their dormitory in the Pykett Methodist School between midnight

—Jilted— so she flung acid at her lover [ARTICLE]

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—Jilted so she flung acid at her lover 'TELUK ANSON, Mon.— x A woman rubber tapj per, Chew Ying, 23, told the Sessions Court here yesterday that she splashed acid on her lover because he had jilted her. Chew, who pleaded guilty to causing hurt to Lee Eng Lim at

NORTH BORNEO SEEKS MALAYAN MONEY FOR DEVELOPMENT [ARTICLE]

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NORTH BORNEO SEEKS MALAYAN MONEY FOR DEVELOPMENT GEOFFREY BOLAND By Singapore Mon FINANCIAL history 1 will be made in the Federation and Singapore on Wednesday when the North Borneo Government will seek to raise part of its new loan in these two territories. The loan will not be for less

Move to cut allowance of Perak's Mentri Besar [ARTICLE]

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Move to cut allowance of Perak's Mentri Besar IPOH, Mon.— A Bill to 1 reduce the allowances of the Mentri Besar of Perak. Inche Mohamed Ghazali bin Haji Jawi, by $250 a month will be introduced in the Perak State Legislative Assembly at its budget session this week. The proposed

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Pahang target for 1960: To build a better life for the villagers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pahang target for 1960: To build a better life for the villagers SULTAN OUTLINES PLANS TO BUILD MORE ROADS AND SPEED LAND SCHEMES KUANTAN. Mon. rpHE Sultan of Pahang today laid down the primary task of his G o v ernment: to create among the kampong people a new spirit

TEACH CHILDREN TO BE PATRIOTIC: M.B. [ARTICLE]

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TEACH CHILDREN TO BE PATRIOTIC: M.B. IPOH, Monday. nTHE Mentrl Besar of Perak, Inche Mohamed Gha- zali bin Haji Jawl, today urged 30 headmasters of Indian schools in the State to educate children In patriotism. The State's chief executive, declaring open a three-day civics course for the headmasters at the

Alliance MP accuses padi planter [ARTICLE]

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Alliance MP accuses padi planter A LOR STAR. Mon.— An Al- llance M.P., Haji Azahart bin Haji Ibrahim, and five of his campaign supporters today accused a padi planter. Don bin Hall Amin. of using criminal force on them. Don Is alleged In the summons to have "intentionally overturned" a

Phone stolen [ARTICLE]

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Phone stolen BATU GAJAH. Mon— A telephone receiver was stolen from a public call box In Tanjong Tuallang last night.

Retiring Mayor Ramanathan is head [ARTICLE]

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Retiring Mayor Ramanathan is head PENANO. Mon. The annual conference of the Malayan Methodist Church, which ended here yesterday. has confirmed the appointment of Penang's retiring Mayor, Mr. D. S. Ramanathan. as headmaster of the Penang Pykett Methodist School. Two new district superintendents were appointed by Bishop H. B. Amstutz.

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Build and own your houses, urges Tengku [ARTICLE]

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Build and own your houses, urges Tengku MESSAGE TO GOVERNMENT SERVANTS KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. rpHE Federation Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, today urged Government servants to own homes. He said that the Federation Government had made funds available to the Malaya Borneo Building Society to encourage this. The Tengku was

FEDERATION'S FIRST OFFICIAL MISSION TO MID-EAST LEAVES [ARTICLE]

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FEDERATION'S FIRST OFFICIAL MISSION TO MID-EAST LEAVES RCALA LUMPUR, Mon. The Minister of Education. Inche Mohamed Khir Joharl. left here by air today on a goodwill mission to the United Arab Republic. Accompanying him on the first official Malayan mission to the Middle East were Syed Ja'afar Albar. Assistant Minister

KHIR NOT HAPPY AT EXAM RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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KHIR NOT HAPPY AT EXAM RESULTS KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. —The Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khir bin Johari. today expressed his disappointment over the Malay examination results of the National Language Schools. Describing them as "not entirely satisfactory" Inche Khir said his Ministry would do all it could to produce

Mr. Microwave (24 years in Malaya) rings off... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Microwave (24 years in Malaya) rings off... KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The man who introduced the microwave telephone system to this country and pushed Malaya's communications streets ahead of any country in this part of the world, leaves on retirement on Thursday. He Is the Director-General of Telecommunications. Mr. W.

GUARD FOILS THIEF WITH RED FACE [ARTICLE]

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GUARD FOILS THIEF WITH RED FACE KUALA LUMPUR, Monday A BRITISH High Commission security officer chased and grappled with a thief, who walked into his Tiong Nam settlement home yesterday and stole an electric iron. f But the thief got away. The officer said today that he was reading a

QUERY ON EDUCATION BOARD [ARTICLE]

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QUERY ON EDUCATION BOARD PENANG. Mon. Mr. Yuen Fook Cheong, Socialist assemblyman for Tanjong Utara. will question the Chief Minister, Dato Wong Pow Nee. on the activities of the State Education Board when the Assembly meets next week. Mr. Yuen wants to know how many times the board has met

Two boys hit by cars [ARTICLE]

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Two boys hit by cars BUTTERWORTH. Mon Two boya were Injured vhen they were knocked down by cars In separate accident* last night and today Ibteryan bin Ahmad. 13, was knocked down at Kepalas Batas village last night, and Hamld bin Mydln. 10. at Kampong Gajah road this morning Both

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS »0 Word* tit (Minimum) MR. A MRS. OHB Chew Lint or Pulati Bukom thank relatives and friends for their good wishes, presents and assistance on the occasion of their daughter's mamace. THE FAMILY OF the late Mr. Lee Koon Turk thanks all friends and relatives for their attendance. Band.

IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM It Wor4* Sit (Minimum) TIMOTHY CHEW. In memory of our beloved Tim. died on lith December Hit •w, shall meet on that beautiful shore."

The Straits Times Tuesday,December 15, 1959 [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Tuesday,December 15, 1959 There seems to be a single slender chance of Peking patching up its quarrel with Indonesia. Although the Indonesian Government has angrily rejected China's protest at the treatment of Chinese traders, and in doing so has consciously given Peking further cause for animosity, Dr.

Ike's New Image [ARTICLE]

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Ike's New Image Delhi will turn on a tumultuous reception for nearly any visiting celebrity, but this does not fully explain the way Mr. I Eisenhower was greeted, nei- ther can it detract from ths importance of his long-awaited visit to India. Mr. Eisenhower's grand tour is being called pilgrimage,

Airport Costs [ARTICLE]

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Airport Costs Allusion to Paya Lebar Air- port when the session of Singapore's Legislative Assemble opened contrasted markedly j with Dr. Goh Keng Swee's! Dptimistic hopes in September of getting a $14 million grant from Britain to develop the j airport. Emphasis seems to 1 have shifted from development onto

PAKISTANUNDER PRESSURE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PAKISTANUNDER PRESSURE FRANK EDMEAD from of the GUARDIAN The achievements and dangers in a land under martial law THE Government of Pakistan is justly proud of having built Korangi. At the beginning of this year half a million people were living homeless in Karachi either in improvised shelters of wood,

LETTERS

Bus take-over: Position of workers clarified [LETTER]

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Bus take-over: Position of workers clarified I WISH to correct the report (ST. Dec. 14) to the effect that "Mr. O. H. Hunt, general manager of the 0.T.C., said the firm would try to negotiate again if the union excluded it~> legal adviser." No such statement was made by me

WHO CALLS THE TUNE? [ARTICLE]

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WHO CALLS THE TUNE? EDWARD CRANKSHAW by RUSSIA TRIES (BUT WITH NOT MUCH SUCCESS) TO DRAW THE LINE BETWEEN DECENCY AND DECADENCE IF ever the Communist Party had a losing battle on its hands it is the fight against Western jazz music in the Soviet Union. It has been going

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Rajah hits at Ong's silence [ARTICLE]

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Rajah hits at Ong's silence SINGAPORE, Mon. The Minister for National Development Mr. Ong Eng Guan, wa^ < criticised in the Legislative Assembly today by an Opposition leader when he declined to dis- close details of ruraJl development projects amounting to $800,000 in the development timatesMr. Ong said there were

BYRNETELLS OF PLANS TO HELP JOBLESS [ARTICLE]

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BYRNETELLS OF PLANS TO HELP JOBLESS SINGAPORE, Mon. The Minister for Labour and Law,. Mr. K. M. Byrne, gave an assurance in the Legislative Assembly today that in its unemployment relief scheme, the Government would recruit on the basis of age and need through the employment exchange register. "We shall

Bike tax cut [ARTICLE]

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Bike tax cut MUAR, Mon. The bicycle tax for next year will be reduced from $3 to $2 a year. It was announced by the Muar Town Council today. Elected councillors hare asked for this reduction sine* 1953

Assembly date [ARTICLE]

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Assembly date KOTA BHARU. Mon. The Kelantan Legislative Assembly meeting will be held at the Balal Be.sar here on Dec 22 and Dec. 2J— not Dec. 28 i and Dec. 29. as previously announced.

PPP walk-out in protest against adjourn motion [ARTICLE]

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PPP walk-out in protest against adjourn motion KUALA LUMPUR, Monday rpHE DEPUTY Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein, assured the House of Representatives today that the Government had no intention of restricting members from making speeches. lln fact," he added, "the Government has been most liberal. The King's Speech,

Influence of the gangs on most of these boys, he says [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Influence of the gangs on most of these boys, he says SINGAPORE REFORMATORY TRAINING CENTRE MORE than 90 per cent of the boys in Singapore's Reformat o r y Training Centre have been found to have had secret society influence of one form or another, the Prisons Inquiry Commission was

$20 MIL. FOR BOARD WILL BE GRANT [ARTICLE]

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$20 MIL. FOR BOARD WILL BE GRANT SINGAPORE, Monday. "THE Government intends to make an outright A grant of $20,000,000 to the Economic Development Board, the Minister for Finance, Dr. Goh tteng Swee, told the Legislative Assembly today. i Dr. Goh was replying to Mr. A. P. Rajah (SPA-Farrer Park),

A 30-year land lease now [ARTICLE]

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A 30-year land lease now MALACCA. Mon.— The Malacca Chief Minister, Inche Ghafar bin Baba, said today that the Chinese peasants who formerly were given land In Malacca on temporary occupation licences could now get it on a 30-year lease. He said this when he opened a two-day civics course

Hoses used to dislodge tile-thrower from roof [ARTICLE]

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Hoses used to dislodge tile-thrower from roof KLANG, Mon. Firemen last night used highpressure hoses to dislodge a man sitting on the roof of the District Hospital throwing tiles at passersby. The man jumped 25ft. down to the ground. He was promptly held by four policemen and a fireman The

Radio shop robbery [ARTICLE]

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Radio shop robbery SINGAPORE. Mon. Burglars smashed down the back door of a radio shop in Jalan Kayu. Seletar. and stole $4,350 worth of radio sets and tape-recorders last night. The shop, which was unoccupied during the night, was In disorder when the police were called there this morning.

'Many good ones among the English-educated': Petir [ARTICLE]

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'Many good ones among the English-educated': Petir SINGAPORE. Mon. The Chinese-language Petlr weekly, organ of the People's Action Party, says the English-educated have Droved they are not "weak" by their full co-operation and participation in all mass activities organised by the new Government. The latest Issue of this Journal, published

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Jail for company chief [ARTICLE]

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Jail for company chief MAGISTRATE SAYS: THIS MAN IS TEMPERAMENTALLY UNFIT TO DRIVE AND HE IS ALSO BARRED FOR FIVE YEARS T>KUNEI TOWN, ■t) Mon. A company manager, descri b c d as temperamentally unfit to drive, was sentenced here to two months' jail. He was also disqualified from driving

'A king am I' bishop arrived for 'coronation' in a taxi [ARTICLE]

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'A king am I' bishop arrived for 'coronation' in a taxi SINGAPORE, Mon. Traffic came to a standstill outside the Supreme Court building here today as Bishop Homer A. Tomlinson, a Primate of the Church of God, proclaimed himself "King of Singapore" in one of the shortest "coronation" ceremonies ever

Gang victim still in hospital [ARTICLE]

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Gang victim still in hospital SINGAPORE. Mon. A labourer, victim of yesterday's gang war In the GeylangAljunied area, was still in hospital today with serious head and waist injuries. The man. Tay Huay Seng, was one of seven Injured In the clash between the rival 08 and £4 groups broke

$336 for fund [ARTICLE]

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$336 for fund KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The YWCA has raised $336 for the World Refuge Fund at the international concert it staged last month.

ELECTRIC FAILURE AT LUNCH HOUR [ARTICLE]

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ELECTRIC FAILURE AT LUNCH HOUR SINGAPORE. Mon.— A large area of Singapore was without electric power for about three hours today after a cable fault at Jalan Sultan sub-station. The power fai ure, occurring just before noon, upset lunch preparations in many homes in the Kampone Java area. A number

GLOBE-TROTTING AMERICAN STOPS THE SINGAPORE TRAFFIC [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GLOBE-TROTTING AMERICAN STOPS THE SINGAPORE TRAFFIC THE CROWD laughs as Mr. Tomlinson makes a speech after crowning himself "King of Singapore." Note hit "throne," "globe" and other coronation paraphernalia. The symbols on the flag are (from left to right) the Sceptre of Righteousness, the Star of Hop* and the Crown

FRAGMENTATION THREAT EVEN TO THE DEAD [ARTICLE]

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FRAGMENTATION THREAT EVEN TO THE DEAD KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. FRAGMENTATION of estates has resulted in a graveyard in Province Wellesley to be broken The House of Representatives was told this today by Mr. V. Veerappen (S.F.—Sebenang Selatani. He urged the House to form a select committee to inquire into fragmentation.

Forged identity card charge [ARTICLE]

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Forged identity card charge SINGAPORE. Mon. Ang Boon Kay. 23. was committed for trial today on a charge of being in possession of a forged Identity card. Ang reserved his defence and was allowed ball of $5,000.

Damages claim against woman [ARTICLE]

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Damages claim against woman SINGAPORE, Mon. A writ claiming damages for false Imprisonment and mallclous prosecution has been filed In th«f High Ccurt registry on behalf of Amir All. of Bartley Road, against Bibl Bhagoo. a married woman, cf Jalan AlsagofT.

THUG VICTIMS' RELATIVES RECEIVE CASH GIFTS [ARTICLE]

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THUG VICTIMS' RELATIVES RECEIVE CASH GIFTS KI'ALA LI'MPIR, Mob. Cash totalling over $2.3 M was distributed this evening to the relatives of ive victims of a parang attack at the 9th mile village. Cheras on Dec. 8. The money was distributed by an MCA delegation, led by the chairman of

ACTING VARSITY PRINCIPAL RESIGNS: 'THERE IS NO FRICTION' [ARTICLE]

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ACTING VARSITY PRINCIPAL RESIGNS: 'THERE IS NO FRICTION' KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. T^HE acting Principal of the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Prof. F. Mason, has resigned to take up religious and educational work in England. He emphasised today that his decision had not been prompted by any differences of

Wagon is derailed at Rawang [ARTICLE]

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Wagon is derailed at Rawang I^UALA LUMPUR. Moil. An empty wagon from a goods train was derailed one and a half miles south of Rawang station and held up rail traffic for about two hours today. The wagon was one of 58 en a goods train which vai going to

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Death's nearness put invalid into aviation history••• [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death's nearness put invalid into aviation history LATHAM ALMOST BEAT BLERIOT ACROSS CHANNEL SIX days before the successful 19 0 9 Channel flight of French aviation pioneer, Louis Bleriot, fellow countryman Hubert Latham took off from France in a graceful, bird like Antoinette aircraft. Once in the air, Latham headed

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THE BEAUTY SECRETS OF MISS UNIVERSE [LETTER + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE BEAUTY SECRETS OF MISS UNIVERSE THE girl elected the most beautiful woman in the universe, Akiko Kojima, arrived in Singapore yesterday in the course of her South East Asian goodwill tour. Miss Kojima owes no small part of her victory to her perfect figure proportions. In a special exclusive

Here's help for the distracted Mother [LETTER]

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Here's help for the distracted Mother NOW that the children arc home for the holidays, they must be driving many a mother crazy with their excess energy and high spirits. Well, at least you ran get them off your hands and out of mischief for a few hours tomorrow at

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Straits Times Crossword mi ft^^t ft^{ nMfr I ACROSS 6. Rival bird unpunctual (7i. 1. A matter of policy— deadly 7. Admonition designed to lead effective (4. Bi. one up the garden path (4. 3. S. This makes royalty angry In 3. Si London <5. 5). 10. Growth discovered by

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RUBBER PRICE DRIFTS LOWER AS SUPPORT SAGS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICE DRIFTS LOWER AS SUPPORT SAGS By Our Market Correspondent RUBBER drifted to its lowest levels since late October in Singapore yesterday as the slight support for nearby which was obvious last week was withdrawn from the market. What support there was came from dealers covering outstanding commitments for

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Share Market: Dec. 14 Dec. 12 ndustrials: 115.04 115.68 lins: 144.57 145.59 i Rubber*: 186.34 185.90 fan. 1 1958=100

S'PORE SHIPPING [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE SHIPPING OHIPS lying alongside the Singapore Harbour wharves or expected today are: Neder Waal 1/3. London Resolution 4/5, Tjlmenteng 6A, Arkeldljk 6/7, Qenorchy 8/9. Manila Maru 10/11. Star Alcyone 13/14, Canada Mall 15/16. Hoegh Dene 18. Peik 19, Letong N. Wall 3. Perils N. Wall 1. East Sea N.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES Singapore Chinese Produce Exchange noon prices per picul yesterday were: Copra: quiet; UK /Continent December /January shipments $39 buyers. $40 sellers. Cooonot oil: quiet; bulk $604 sellers drum $63 sellers. Pepper: quiet; no business was reported none. Muntok white $246. Sarawak $245, special Sarawak black $165. garbled Lampong

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JANUARY flrst gracie rubber buyers f.o.b. closed in Singapore yesterday at 114 cents per lb down 2 cents on Friday's close. The closing tone was dull. c lofting prices in cents per lb., yesterday were: OFFICIAL: Int. 1 R. 5.6. Spot fob. buyers 115. sellers 115** Int. 1

RUBBER CROPS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER CROPS November rubber crops Included: Ayer Paaaa 132.000 lb Gleaeafy Plantation* 101.000 lb Klmaog 101,500 lb., Pajam 158.500 lb.. and I lv Benut 48,000 lb.

First Malayan Fund [ARTICLE]

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First Malayan Fund Managers selling price 'December 14) (1.07.

OFFICIAL PRICES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL PRICES SINGAPORE, Dec. 14. RUBBER: $1.14 per lb. (down 2 cents). Inofficial 5 p.m close 51.14U (quiet) TIN: $386.8714 P«r picul (down 50 ccr t*>. Estimated unofficial offering 175 tons (down 15 tons).

BROKERS' REPORT [ARTICLE]

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BROKERS' REPORT «T«HE Malayan Share Brokers' Association reported yesterday: "Industrials and tins were again easier while- rubbers remained quiet. The turnover was small." Singapore and Fed era Von brokers reported the following business up to 3.30 pjn.: laaaaUlißi Fad. Dtap. 81 16; Praser and Neave pref. 84.15 xd. Gammon 82.13

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THE MaJajan Exchautaje Banks' AtMcuUavn nude the following changes In Its rate to merchants yesterday: London: selling 3/4 1 32: buyIng T.T. 2/4 5 32. O.D. 2/4 3/16. 30 d/st 2/4 5/16, 45 d/st 2/4 11 '32, 60 d/st 2/4 13/32 90 d/st 2/4 IS/32. 120 d/st 2/4

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Mon. INVESTMENT shares were firm. Henry Jones moving up Is. to 785., the only large move on a quieter market. Base metals were steady and oils again were busy. Interstate Oil sold at 305.. but eased to 235. 3d. a gain cf 3s. 9d. compared with Friday.

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TENDERS PETALING JAVA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION Tenders are Invited for tha construction of a WORKSHOP at the Petallng Jaya Development Corporation's storeyard at Petallng Jaya. Specification, form of Tender and drawings may be obtained from tht> Town fiigineer't office at Petallng Jaya on any working day. Tenders must be submitted In

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS APPLICATIONS are Invited to attend a training course for prospective Assistant Rubber Instructors In the Smallholders Advisory Service of the Rubber Research Institute of Malaya. Candidates must be Malay or Chinese between 18 and 25 years old. Malay candidates must read and write both Ruml *nd Jawl and

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NOTICES NOTICE FEDERATION OF MALAYA $50,«tO.OOO/- 5 1 Z', Registered Stock 1977 19X0. Notice is hereby Riven that the Transfer Register of the abovementioned loan will be closed from 17th December. 1959 to Ist January. 1960 both days mrlusive for preparation of Interest Warrants. H. C. ROBERTS Registnr. Public Debt

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(Continued from Pase 10.) SITUATIONS VACANT Word* IS (Min.)— Box St rfs. exfre WAITRESS WANTED Any Nationality, English Bpeaktng. Apply personally Rltx Bar, IB Bernam Street. Tanjong Pagar, Spore after 1 p.m TENDERS TENDER NOTICE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF SENSITISED PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. TENDERS will be received by the Surveyor-General, Federation

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SITUATIONS VACANT tO Word* IS (Min.)— Bom St eU. txtrm REQUIRES EXCELLENT COOKBOY and wife. Good references essentlaL Apply No. 3 Adam Park, S pore. OLD ESTABLISHED European Agency House requires Pharmaceutical salesman for Ipoh Office. Write giving full particulars to Bos A 1245 S.T.. Penang. INTELLIGENT. YOUNG, ENGLISH speaking

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ACCOMMODATION VACANT it Word* IS (Min.)— Box it SB* extra 94, PATERSON ROAD, 8 pore available one furnished room, bath attached suitable for couple, working girl or bachelor. TWO ROOM PLAT, 9MK Bersngoon Road. Rent $135/-. One room, kitchen. 3 Topaz Road. Rent IB.V Suits Indian couple. RTIS4. Spore. MODERN

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HOUSES LAND WANTED I* Word, IS (Min.)— Box tt tU. OJttru WANTED TO BUY, for cash, bungalow, at least S bedrooms, modern sanitation, Rood area, not too far. Must be good condition, vacant possesslon preferred. Box ASSOB S.T. Spore. HOUSES LAND FOR SALE 2h Word* U (Min.)— Bom tt tt*.

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BOOKS PUBLICATIONS M Word* IS (Min.)— Box it ct*. *xtrm TNI FAR EAST ENGINEER SCHEDULED to appear in January 19S0 and thereafter quarterly. THE FAR EAST KMOINEER like Its companion volume, the Far East Builder, wIU circulate throughout 8 B. Asia. THE FAR EAST BNOINBBR will he tMe enly pusjllsatlen

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KODAK NAME NEW -CHIEF [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KODAK NAME NEW -CHIEF- KODAK (Malaya) Ltd., Singapore, has a new manager. He is Mr. Lawrence R. Wales who succeeds Mr. G. A. R. Mergard. Mr. Wales who is the first American national employed by Kodak to hold an executive post in Singapore, has been with the organisation since 1938

"Tariffs will aid our paint industry" [ARTICLE]

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"Tariffs will aid our paint industry" SINGAPORE will save at least six million dollars yearly in foreign exchange if duties are imposed on imported paint, according to local paint manufacturers. They say that the imposition of tariffs will also help the local industry to expand production considerably and provide more

Business tour [ARTICLE]

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Business tour Mr. Maurice Hennessy, head :>r the firm of Jas. Henuessy md Co., Cognac. Is due in Singapore on Sundjy for a short business visi with his wife and the Duchess of Magenta.

LOCAL BUSINESS EXPANSION PLAN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LOCAL BUSINESS EXPANSION PLAN T<HE George Cohen 600 Group Ltd., London, one of the biggest suppliers of steel to Singapore. the Federation and Borneo, is planning to expand its local business activities. This was announced in Singapore by Mr. Philip B. Levy, a director of the croup. Mr. Levy, who

U.S. company will introduce new adding machines [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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U.S. company will introduce new adding machines BURROUGHS Corporation of Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., will introduce new types of adding and accounting machines to the Federation of Malaya i and Singapore markets next month. Mr. M. H. Hall, Far East manager of the company, who visited Singapore last week to see

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Gaik Bee & Cecilia triumph in doubles [ARTICLE]

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Gaik Bee Cecilia triumph in doubles JAMSHEDPUR, Monday. TVff ALAYA'S Über Cup stars Tan Gaik Bee and Cecilia Samuel yesterday won the women's doubles title in the Indian national badminton championships here. The Malayans beat Sushila Kapadia and Prem Prashar 15-2, 2-15, 15-9 in the final. This was Gaik Bee's

MALAYANS IN TOKYO WIN FIRST GAME [ARTICLE]

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MALAYANS IN TOKYO WIN FIRST GAME r IXSKYO, Mon. Malayan students in Tokyo beat the Tokyo University of Fisheries staff team 4-1 in their first badminton match played here last week. Results were (Malayans first): Singles: Son Kee Loon bt C. Koizumi 15-4, 15-0; Richard Lim bt T Hirano 15-10.

JORDAN KNOCKED OUT IN -FOURTH [ARTICLE]

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JORDAN KNOCKED OUT IN -FOURTH- BUENOS AIRES, Mon. Don Jordan, America's world welterweight boxing champion, was knocked out in the fourth round by Federico Thompson, the Argentine champion, in a non-title fight here last night Thompson challenged Jordan to a world title fight after the bout. A left hook to

SURTEES SHOWS TROPHY TO THE RUNNERS-UP [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SURTEES SHOWS TROPHY TO THE RUNNERS-UP- World motor-cycling champion John Surtees (centre) shows his Sportsman of the Year trophy to runners- up Louis Martin (left) of Derby (world heavy middleweight weight-lifting champion) and Arthur Rowe, European shot- putt champion. The award was made by the Sports Writers' Association.

Thompson shines in Signals win [ARTICLE]

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Thompson shines in Signals win SINGAPORE, Monday. rjEFENDING champions 18 Signal Regiment en--17 tered the semi-flnals of the Farelf Rugby compeUtion (Singapore zone) by eliminating the First Battalion, Cheshire Regiment, by six points (a try and a dropped goal) to three (a penalty) at Dover i 1 Road today Signals,

Ampol title to Gonzales [ARTICLE]

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Ampol title to Gonzales SYDNEY, Mon. Pancho Oonzales showed much of his old power In defeating Australia's Lew Hoad 11-9. 6-1 6-1 In the final of the Ampol professional tennis tournament. The Callfornlan ace won the gruelling, hour-long tlrst set by breaking Hoad's service in the 19th game and then

Korea make great start for ticket to Rome [ARTICLE]

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Korea make great start for ticket to Rome TOKYO. Mon. The x Asian soccer champions, Korea, began their Olympic campaign with a 2-0 victory over Japan in the qualifying round todatf. The Koreans outplayed and outlasted their opponents and It will be no surprise IX they are one of the

Thomson wins [ARTICLE]

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Thomson wins WELLINGTON, Mon.— Australian Peter Thomson, four times winner of the British Open championship, won the £1.000 Caltex golf tournament with a record 72-holes total of 278 for the Parapakaum course here— Renter.

ONLY TWO WIVES TO JOIN TOUR TEAM [ARTICLE]

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ONLY TWO WIVES TO JOIN TOUR TEAM QN BOARD THE s.s. MITO, Mon. The M.C.C. team to tour the West Indies have completed half their Journey to Barbados. Today they had sunny weather for the first time since leaving London. So far two of the team have said that their

Moss to bid tor world title with German car [ARTICLE]

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Moss to bid tor world title with German car OTUTTGART, Mon. Britain's ace driver. Stirling Moss. has agreed to drive the German Porsche Formula Two racing car next season. 1961 target The British driver will get familiar with the car during Important races in i960 and will bid for the

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Howe Liang beats an old rival [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Howe Liang beats an old rival BANGKOK, Monday KAMARUDDIN WINS 'GOLD' FOR MALA YA FULL RESULTS OF THE THIRD DAY'S EVENTS IN THE SEAP GAMES NORMAN SIEBEL reporting from Bangkok 1%/ f ALAYA and Singapore increased their gold medals to three in -LA the second day's competition in the SEAP

Malaya get off to a areat start [ARTICLE]

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Malaya get off to a areat start BANGKOK, Mon. Malaya last night succeeded bravely in their first football test in the SEAP games with a 2-1 victory over tough opponents Burma. For 70 of the 80 minutes, the match was a hard level contest played at a great pace. Burma

SIAM CONTINUE TO LEAD WITH 11 GOLD MEDALS [ARTICLE]

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SIAM CONTINUE TO LEAD WITH 11 GOLD MEDALS DANG KOK. Mm— Siamese athletes continued the lead in the crops of medals on the third day of the South-East Asia PenInsular Games here. Siam today added four more gold, five silver and one bronze medals to their Impressive score yesterday making

2nd Battalion in easy Cup win [ARTICLE]

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2nd Battalion in easy Cup win IPOH. Mon. The Second Battalion. Royal Malay Regiment, trounced the Seventh Battalion. Royal Malay Regiment. 5-0 in the Federation Armed Forces knockout hockey competition for the Brooke Cup on the padang here today. Mahayuddin <2i. Nordin <2> and Shahruddin scored.

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HK lose by one wicket [ARTICLE]

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HK lose by one wicket hopeless position. They seemed set for defeat with the fall of three more wickets for the addition of 49 runs. Nagaiah. then 11 not out. was joined by Schubert In the last wicket stand with 90 runs still needed. These two fast bowlers dug themselves

Costly miss by Moore [ARTICLE]

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Costly miss by Moore SINGAPORE. Mon. The most embarrassed player In todays S.C.C. 'B versus The Blacks rugby match on the padang today must surely be Ken Moore. Almost right on time he was entrusted with a penalty kick near the posts, which would have tied the game for the

Penang XV today [ARTICLE]

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Penang XV today OENANG. Mon. Penang will meet Perak in their key north zone match of the All-Blues Cup rugger competition at Ipoh tomorrow. Penang need only to draw to become the northern zone champions. They have beaten Kedah and Selangor while Perak have lost to both states. The Penang

Medal to Mrs. Eu [ARTICLE]

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Medal to Mrs. Eu SINGAPORE. Mon.— Mrs. Miranda Eu won the L.O.U. silver division competition with a nett 75 at the R.B.G.C. today. Mrs. June Rees won the bronze division with a nett 68.

Second cup success for Loyals [ARTICLE]

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Second cup success for Loyals JPOH. Mon. The R.D.Y. Cup champions. Loyal Regiment, beat league champions Kinta Indians 3-2 to retain the Coronation Cup in the senior divisions soccer competition on the Chinese Assembly Hall ground here today. Indians started well with an early goal through cen-tre-forward Retnam who scored

'TAIL' TRIUMPH! [ARTICLE]

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'TAIL TRIUMPH! Nagaiah, Schubert rescue Malaya in fighting stand HONG KONG, Monday MALAYA'S tailenders today snatched a dramatic victory from Hong Kong team by one wicket in one of the closest inter-port cricket finishes. The visitors, needing 139 with only four wickets standing at lunch, faced an apparently hopeless position.

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD HONC KONG— lit Inn. 13Z MALAYA Ist Inns 170 HONC KONC 2nd Inns 291 MALAYA 2nd Inns Munigstu b Bell 51 Rajjlingsm lbw Csrnell 0 Teew Keat c Leader b Csrnell 4 Bowles c Dhabher b Csrnell 0 Shcpherdion c Dhabher b Bell I Ds Silvs b Csrnell 2

VARSITY GAIN SECOND LEAGUE SUCCESS [ARTICLE]

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VARSITY GAIN SECOND LEAGUE SUCCESS SINGAPORE. Mon. •3 University of Malaya won the S.H.A. first division league championship for the second time when they beat Khalsa 2-0 at Bukit Timah today. University, who last won the title in 1953. have completed their fixtures with 21 points to take the Sandosham

Commanding lead for Australia [ARTICLE]

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Commanding lead for Australia NEW DELHI. Monday. AUSTRALIA gained a commanding first innings lead of 333 runs on the third day of the First Test here. Replying to India's modest total of 135, the Australians were all out for 488 just before the tea I interval. Resuming at 293 for

Johore teachers pull off big Cup double [ARTICLE]

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Johore teachers pull off big Cup double KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Johore retained the Moosa Cup when they beat Selangor 3-2 In the final of the Malayan Malay teachers badminton tournament at the Selangor Badminton Association hall here today. They completed a splendid double by winning the Tengku Ampuan Shield when

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.^s^BsV .^BBi m^^^^ m SINGAPORE: Ruuicrr SRC v Naval Base, p*dang; Soccer: SAPA league, dlv. l. Darul Aflah v Marines, Jalan Besar, Friendly: Joyful Indians v SRB Army, Farrer Park; Table Tennis: STTA newcomers championship, SYSC. 7.90 p.m. Hockey: Inter-school Bartley Secondary t Clifford School, Kuala Kangsar, Bartley Road.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON, Mon. There was a further advance In prices on the London Stock Exchange toda\ under the Influence of perolstent investment buying. This 'vas stimulated by good company news pr.ci tne encouraging business outlook. Industrial equities were again the centre of interest and numerous gains were recorded. Closing

MALAYA BEATEN BY SIAM AT SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA BEATEN BY SIAM AT SOCCER NORMAN SIEBEL'S latest reports from BANGKOK OANGKOK, Mon. Siam beat Malaya by three goals to one. This dull football fact was performed before our unbelieving eyes by an inspired team i-nd dinned into our ears by 25,000 fans gone crazy with happiness at the

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT MR AND MM. C. O. VIJAYAN I v a. knowledge Kith 'hanks tht v.iluatile pre.«*nt>. attendance. unrt and kind felicitation! of frirn.l' rrl.itivts and wellumhem on the oc(■ision of their marriage at tht Rantem Hotel, Kuala Lumpur on 6th December.

MALA VAN SWIMMERS GET TWO MORE GOLD MEDALS [ARTICLE]

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MALA VAN SWIMMERS GET TWO MORE GOLD MEDALS VfALAYA won two firsts in the swimming competition to bring their gold medals to five in the current S.E.A.P. Games. Lim Heng Chek won both golds. In the 100 metres backstroke he clocked Imln. lLSacc. to beat Vietnam's Tat Thang and Singapore's

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