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The Straits Times, 16 December 1959

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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Wl It Al.t DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS HO. OOO M< 1 At* The Straits Times Estd. 1845. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1959 if 15 CENTS.

$25 m. HOSPITAL PLAN [ARTICLE]

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$25 m. HOSPITAL PLAN GOVERNMENT IS CONSIDERING THE BLUEPRINT Set-up would train Federation's own doctors Poser: How to get money KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. A blueprint of a $25 million, 600-bed hospital to (rain the Federation's own doctors is being considered by the' Government. For :i start, $554,000 has Ixx'n earmarked

BANDA MURDER CASE HEARING OPENS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BANDA MURDER CASE HEARING OPENS- THE preliminary inquiry into the assassination of Mr. Solomon Bandaronoike opened in Colombo on Monday. Seven people are accused of having conspired to murder the former Prime Minister of Ceylon. One of them is Buddhitt monk Somarama Thero (above), who was arrested moments after Mr.

Death for three on a moonlight cruise [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death for three on a moonlight cruise HAROLD SOH I 0 WENT OUT IN SAMPAN ON SUDDEN IMPULSE By SINGAPORE, Tues. Two waitresses and a man were drowned when a sampan taking them on a moonlight cruise capsized near Raffles Lighthouse, off Pulau Su- dong, at 2.25 a.m. today. Seven

German denial [ARTICLE]

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German denial BONN. Tues. The West German Government has rejected Soviet accusations it is working against an international relaxation of tension, a Government spokesman said here today. Reuter.

Sultan opens first Brunei Assembly [ARTICLE]

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Sultan opens first Brunei Assembly BRUNEI TOWN. Tues. The Sultan of Brunei, Sir Omar All Salfuddln. today opened the first meeting of the State's Legislative Assembly. In his inaugural speech, the Sultan said that as far as the internal adminlstrai tion of the country was coni cerned. "we are now

Prisoner of the Reds —by border clash officer [ARTICLE]

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Prisoner of the Reds by border clash officer NEW DELHI, Tuesday JNDIA has complained to Communist China against the 'inhuman" treatment of Indians taken prisoner by the Chinese in the Ladakh border clash in October, it was announced today. Parliament w;is told that a note seirt to Peking on Sunday

NO REFUGE FOR ALIENS IN JAKARTA, SAYS [—THE ARMY [ARTICLE]

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NO REFUGE FOR ALIENS IN JAKARTA, SAYS THE ARMY JAKARTA, Tuesday. THE Indonesian Army, undaunted by Communist Chinese protests, is pressing ahead with its ban on alien shopkeepers. Yesterday the Army issued a decree prohibiting the "protecting or hiding" of aliens who have Illegally entered Jakarta. Violators are liable to

World Bank plan [ARTICLE]

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World Bank plan LAHORE. Pakistan. Tuef World Bank engineers and financial experts began talks here yesterday on the four-billion-rupee plan to replace waterworks in western Pakistan as proposed in the agreement between India and Pakistan on the Indus Basin j waters.— U.P.l.

Allen in Saigon [ARTICLE]

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Allen in Saigon SAIGON, Tues. Sir Denis Allen, acting British Commissioner General for Southeast Asia, arrived here today from Vientiane for a three-day visit, the Vietnam press agency reported. Reute-r.

It's early talks for hustler Ike [ARTICLE]

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It's early talks for hustler Ike ATHENS, rues.—President Eisenhower today kept up the fast tempo of his 11-nation tour by rising early for breakfast with the American Ambassador shortly before having talks with Greek Government leaders. The meeting followed the Presidents long "working day" yesterday two and a half hours

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS PACT ENDS ITKIKI I i

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Ike failed to get Nehru's support for West [ARTICLE]

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Ike failed to get Nehru's support for West U.S. PRESIDENT'S INDIA VISIT WAS A POLITICAL FLOP NEW DELHI, Tuesday. DRESIDENT Eisenhower's visit to India, which ended yesterday, was a momentous personal success but appears to have been a political failure, in the opinion of observers here. Even though he could

BRANDO'S EX-WIFE DOES NOT REPUDIATE CARDIFF COUPLE'S 'DAUGHTER' CLAIM [ARTICLE]

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BRANDO'S EX-WIFE DOES NOT REPUDIATE CARDIFF COUPLE'S 'DAUGHTER' CLAIM LONDON, Tuesday. IjMLM actress, Anna Kashfi, the 25-year-old divorced wife of Marlon Brando, announced last night that she does not wish to repudiate the claim of a Cardiff couple to be her parents. At the time of her marriage to Brando

Chessman fails again [ARTICLE]

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Chessman fails again WASHINGTON. Tues— The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday rejected an appeal by Caryl Chessman, thr convict who wrote three books in jail, against the death sentence passed on him 11 years ago. Chessman was condemned to death in 1948 on charges including attempted rape and kidnapping. He has

AUSTRALIA'S TARZAN GOES AWANDERING, BUT HE RUNS AFOUL OF RED TAPE [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIA'S TARZAN GOES AWANDERING, BUT HE RUNS AFOUL OF RED TAPE SYDNEY. Tues. The father of Australia's "Tarzan today appeali ed to authorities to leave his son to wander at will. Reports from the Hague said that Dutch authorities at Merauke (Dutch New Guinea) has stated that "Tarzan"— Michael Fomenko,

THE WINDSORS VISIT LONDON ON XMAS SHOPPING SPREE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE WINDSORS VISIT LONDON ON XMAS SHOPPING SPREE Tlll DIKE of Windsor waves his bowler hat in salute and the Duchess smiles broadly as they drive from Victoria Station on arrival in London last Friday 23rd. anniversary of the Dukes abdication from the throne of England for some Christmas shopping.

Priest: We DO back birth control [ARTICLE]

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Priest: We DO back birth control WASHINGTON, Tuesday. 4 ROMAN Catholic priest said yesterday his cnurcn always has accepted the principle of birth control in terms of "responsible parenthood." but not artiflcal contraception. This is the view of Father William J. Gibbons. Fordham University sociologist and economist. The world is

THE CAR DOOR SLAMMED —A MAN DIES [ARTICLE]

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THE CAR DOOR SLAMMED —A MAN DIES CHESTER. (England), f i Tues. Terrencr Brime- 1 low. 21. was shot dead S accidentally near hrre 1 yesterday when his s friend slammed a car door. The two men were out shoo ting and had left 1 their loaded guns on the

Progress in Tanganyika [ARTICLE]

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Progress in Tanganyika DAR-ES-SALAAM. Tues. Britain has agreed to establish ai African-majority parliament for the nine million peoph of the East African trust tefitory of Tanganyika next year. Sir Richard Turnbull, the Governor, announced today This constitutional advance was reported by the Governor In an address to the Legislative Council,

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FIJI FACES BLEAK CHRISTMAS [ARTICLE]

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FIJI FACES BLEAK CHRISTMAS TALKS TO SETTLE OIL DISPUTE FAIL AS TRANSPORT TIE-UP CUTS FOOD SUPPLIES SUVA, Tuesday. pMJI islanders faced a bleak Christmas as negotiations between representatives of striking oil workers and oil companies for a settlement were broken off today. The strike, for more pay, which touched off

Sour note Red 'a damned fool...' [ARTICLE]

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Sour note Red 'a damned fool...' YORK, Tues.— Bandleader Guy Lombardo today called Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich a "damned fool for tulling Louis "Satchmo" Armstrong a "vulgar" jazz trumpeter. Shostakovich, who visited the United States last month, was quoted in Pravda as saying he admired some American jazz such as

Back to the Antarctic [ARTICLE]

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Back to the Antarctic LONDON. Tues— Sir Vivian I Fuchs, leader of the successful Commonwealth transAntarctic expedition of 1956--58. will return to the Antarctic next month for the first time since the expedition. Sir Vivian, who is director of the Falkland Islands Dependencies survey, will fly from London to Montevideo

MPs say 'yes' [ARTICLE]

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MPs say 'yes' LONDON. Tues.— The Hous e oi Commons tonight approved the setting up of a European Free Trade Association of Britain. Austria. Denmark. Norway. Pprtugal, Sweden and Switzerland Reuter.

Margaret home intruder is detained [ARTICLE]

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Margaret home intruder is detained LONDON. Tues. A man from Ghana said to have been loitering near Clarence House, home of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret, was detained by polite yesterday. This followed an incident at midnight on Saturday when a sentry patrolling the grounds of Clarence House found

Job for 100,000 [ARTICLE]

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Job for 100,000 TOKYO. Tues. Communist China disclosed today that 100.000 labourers are digging a 137-mile canal to link the Yellow River and Huai River tributaries. U.P.I.

Cyprus election: Makarios is first President [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cyprus election: Makarios is first President NICOSIA, Tuesday. ARCHBISHOP MAKARIOS. 46- year-old peasant's son and head of the Greek Orthodox Church, was last night proclaimed first President of Cyprus. The island is soon to become an independent republic. The final result of yesterday's presidential election gave the Archbishop 144.501 votes

U.S. SHOT AT VENUS DUE SOON [ARTICLE]

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U.S. SHOT AT VENUS DUE SOON MANCHESTER. Tues.— The Jodrell Bank radio observatory near here 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, was expected to take place within the next few days.

Tahiti holiday for Boyd [ARTICLE]

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Tahiti holiday for Boyd LONDON, Tues.— Mr. Alan Lennox Boyc, former British Colonial Secretary, plans to take a two-month holiday In the South Sea Islands. startIng early In the new year. He intends to leave London by air with Lady Patricia on Jan. 6 and to return about the middle

PAKISTAN BOSS ON TOUR [ARTICLE]

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PAKISTAN BOSS ON TOUR KARACHI. Tues. Pakistan's President. General Mohammed Ay v b Khan, left here last night by special train on a week's "whistle stop" tour of West Pakistan to explain his regime's "basic democracies" scheme. Elections will be held at the end of the month for local rural

Rioters set offices in African town afire [ARTICLE]

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Rioters set offices in African town afire f APETOWN. Tues. Administrative offices in the African township of Mbekweni. near Paarl. Cape Province, were set on fire last night when rioting spread from a nearby township, in which a police car was stoned. Grass fires were started in the Mbekweni area

Big rise in U.S. population [ARTICLE]

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Big rise in U.S. population WASHINGTON. Tues— The U£. population rose to an estimated 178.780.000 on Nov. 1, the Census Bureau reported today. The total is 3,655.000 or 2.1 per cent above the estimate for Nov. 1, 1958. -U.P.I.

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roiir radio today... RADIO SINGAPORE RADIO MALAYA Medium Wave 476 mrtir* NATIONAL- SHORTWAVE A.M. 630 Good Morning; 6* MKUuM' wVve' .TrV.'cES Morning Prelude; 7.00 The News; KuaU Lumpur 341 metres 7.05 A Date With Music; 8.00 Tha f"!? 11 SB6 m trw ft** 8.05 A Date With Mud*: Jgucc. St"»S2

He said bandit daughter's 'jungle baby' was his [ARTICLE]

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He said bandit daughter's 'jungle baby' was his SHOPMAN FINED FOR FALSE REGISTRATION gEREMBAN, Tues. A magistrate here was today told that a 58-year-old shopkeeper registered his terrorist daughter's two children as his own after they had been smuggled out of the jungle to him. The shopkeeper, Yap Swee On.

MAN WHO WAS SENTENCED TO HANG WILL NOW SERVE 10 YEARS IN PRISON [ARTICLE]

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MAN WHO WAS SENTENCED TO HANG WILL NOW SERVE 1 0 YEARS IN PRISON MURDER VERDICT CANNOT STAND* SINGAPORE, Tuesday A HOTEL assistant, Yeo An; Moh, 33, who was sentenced to death two months ago for murder, had the murder verdict reduced by the Criminal Court of Appeal today to

CHOIR STANDS ON OWN 4 FEET... [ARTICLE]

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CHOIR STANDS ON OWN 4 FEET... SINGAPORE, Tuesday. IXDNIGHT'S performance of Handel's "Messiah" A in St. Andrew's Cathedral by the Choir of the Singapore Musical Society under Benjamin Khoo had a double significance the perennial one of Chrlstmastide and the commemoration of the bicentenary of Handel's death. The work is

THEATRE FUND: $152,472 [ARTICLE]

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THEATRE FUND: $152,472 SINGAPORE. Tues. The National Theatre Fund today reached $152,472.02. Donations received by the Ministry of Culture today were: Presidential Committee of Buklt Panjang Organisations $22.28: Mr. Foo Tee Tay $100; Prof. Sheh Hsueh Man $50; Indo-Commercial Society Ltd. $101; The Chinese Mutual Help Association $100. United Markets

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Y.W.C.A. (Raffles Quay): In- CLl'B: ChUdreti's party, to-national Women's Clvb chil- SINGAPORE BALLET: "The dren's Xmu party at Tanah Nutcracher" (complete ballet) at Merah 10.30 a.m.; beauty culture Victoria Theatre 9 p.m. SIS p.m. EXHIBITIONS: (Raffles YM.C.A.: Body-building and Museum): "China" by Y. H weight-lifting 4 pjn.; judo prac- Chang

A shock for murder jury [ARTICLE]

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A shock for murder jury JOHORE BAHRU, Tuesday AFTER GUILTY VERDICT THEY ARE TOLD OF FACT THAT WOULD HAVE CHANGED DECISION A MAN was sentenced to death here today after a judge had informed the jury, who had brought in a murder verdict, that he had received vital information after

COURT THROWS OUT OPEN LETTER CASE [ARTICLE]

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COURT THROWS OUT OPEN LETTER CASE rTELUK ANSON, Tues.— A former postal agent at Sungai Sumun near here, Hamzah bin Lope, 33. was discharged yesterday when hi? counsel, Mr. N. Sharma successfully argued that the court had no Jurisdiction. Hamzah pleaded not guilti to three counts under the Post Office

Threat to put up price of local-made furniture [ARTICLE]

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Threat to put up price of local-made furniture KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Furniture dealers here are threatening to increase the price of locally-made furniture by at least 30 per etOt because of the import tax imposed on methylated spirit. The imposition of tax n methylated spirit is vrlppllng" the furniture industry

A BIG DAY IN THE LIFE OF BOY SERGEANT LAI, 18 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A BIG DAY IN THE LIFE OF BOY SERGEANT LAI, 18 SINGAPORE, Tues. Boy Sgt. Lai Say Han of the Army Boys Trade School in Nee Soon received the top award at the fourth annual passing out parade on the school grounds ttoH morning. Boy Sgt. Lai. 18. received the

TENGKU GOING TO PMs-MEETING IN MAY [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU GOING TO PMsMEETING IN MAY KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The Prime Minister. Tengku Abdul Rahman, said today he was looking forward to meeting the other prime ministers of the Commonwealth at the conference in London on May 3 next year— the first for Malaya According to a Government statement, the

Crucial UMNO meeting put off to February [ARTICLE]

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Crucial UMNO meeting put off to February DAHARI ALI, M.P. Kuala Lumpur, Tuesday TJIE UMNO general assembly will meet in February instead of next month to discuss the headquarters' proposal to dissolve state organisations. The meeting is going to be held a month later because: AMENDMENTS returning the party to

NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR PETALING JAVA [ARTICLE]

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NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR PETALING JAVA KI'ALA LI'MPI'R. Tues. A Methodist primary school will be opened in Petaling Jaya. seven miles from here, early next month \s a temporary measure the school will dp situated at the Methodist Centre in .lalan (iasing Plans M* being drawn for a pcrnri-i'nl 10-room

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The heartache of Miss 37-23-38 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The heartache of Miss 37-23-38 THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD SPEAKS ABOUT THE ONE THING FAME HAS NQT BROUGHTA HAPPILY MARRIED LIFE" By TAN TOCK SAIK Kuala Lumpur, Tues. npHE Girl Who Has Everything at 22 spoke wistfully today of the high price she has had lo pay

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Factual survey for the Singapore building industry [ARTICLE]

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Factual survey for the Singapore building industry SINGAPORE, Tuesday INQUIRY CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT commission A of inquiry into Singapore's building industry is to carry out a factual survey of the industry's resources and capacity. This was stated by the chairman. Dr. Lim Tay Boh, at the first public sitting of the

Call for a Malayan envoy in Perth [ARTICLE]

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Call for a Malayan envoy in Perth KEITH HOOPER PERTH, From Tuesday L^STABLISHMENT of a Malayan diplomatic office in P^rth is one answer to the Federations problems about its students in Western Australia. This Is the opinion of a newly-passed accountant, Mr. Markandoo Jegadasan. 24. who will leave for home

SEREMBAN MAN IS EMPLOYEE OF U.N. [ARTICLE]

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SEREMBAN MAN IS EMPLOYEE OF U.N. SINGAPORF Tues— A former Queen's Scholar. Mr. Goh Khen Hing. of Seremban. Is the first Malayan to be employed as a statistician In the secretariat of the United Nations headquarters in New York. The news was received in Singapore today by his friends. Mr.

Film at gardens [ARTICLE]

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Film at gardens KUALA LUMPUR. Tues The Department of Information will hold a film show at the Lake Gardens here at 7.30 p.m. on Dec. 20.

VARSITY UNION MAY SEEK AFFILIATION [ARTICLE]

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VARSITY UNION MAY SEEK AFFILIATION KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. —The University of Malaya Students' Union in Kuala Lumpur wants to take part in international discussions on students' welfare. Its executive council will meet early next month to decide whether to affiliate with the National Union of Federation Students. In favour The

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Eight sail round S'pore in canoes in sixty hours [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Eight sail round S'pore in canoes in sixty hours SINGAPORE, Tues. PLIGHT adventurous naval ratings today made local naval history by successfully canoeing around Singapore island. They took 60 hours to complete the trip, during which their four canoes went off course twice. and drifted in stormy seas. The eight

Singapore may see death defying high wire acts [ARTICLE]

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Singapore may see death defying high wire acts SINGAPORE. Tues—Singaporeans may have the chance to watch crack German aerlallsts put up death defying high wire acts on top of the city's highest buildings. A request has been made to the Government to allow members of the worldfamous Zugspltzartisten to stage

COMBINATION FOR GOOD CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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COMBINATION FOR GOOD CHILDREN pcnsibilltles and show great credit In shouldering them." liie Dato advised parents to keep a close watch on children's school report cards. KUALA KANGSAR. Tuesday. THE territorial chief of the Kuala Kangsar district Dato Mohamcd Hashim bin Abdul Shukor, emphasised the Importance of parent-teacher combination in

No protest, says Mr. Wong [ARTICLE]

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No protest, says Mr. Wong KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The secretary of the Associated Chinese Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Henry Wong, today said that the chamber was not sending a protest memorandum to the Government over the move to offer rewards to informers on tax dodgers, as reported earlier.

Brother's concern for a missing Malayan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Brother's concern for a missing Malayan PENANG BOY WAS IN SHIP SUNK OFF CELEBES SINGAPORE, Tues A GRIM-FACED young man confronted Mr. William McClean, the ConsulGeneral for Panama, in his Finlayson Green skyscraper office here today. "When, Sir, can I expect to see my brother again." asked Gerald Humphries, a

Razak takes boys9 salute in rain [ARTICLE]

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Razak takes boys 9 salute in rain j^UALA LUMPUR, Tues.— Two hundred boys of the Federation Air Training Corps braved heavy drizzle here this evening and took part In a parade to mark the end of their annual camp. Watching them In the rain was the Deputy Prime Minister and

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PAHANG MENTRI TALKS ABOUT MORE SPENDING FOR NEXT YEAR [ARTICLE]

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PAHANG MENTRI TALKS ABOUT MORE SPENDING FOR NEXT YEAR KUANTAN, Tuesday. THE Pahang Mentri Besar, Dato Wan Abdul Aziz bin Ungku Abdullah, said at the budget meeting of the State Legislative Assembly here today that the estimated expenditure for next year represented "a substantial increase on previous years and is

Pawnshop offers $37,550 reward [ARTICLE]

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Pawnshop offers $37,550 reward SINGAPORE. Tues. The Ban Joo pawnshop in Tanjong Pagar Road today offered a reward of $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the people who robbed the shop of $181,335 worth of gold and jewellery on Dec. 9. The pawnshop also offered 15

SULTAN'S SPEECHES TO BE 'VETTED' BY A COMMITTEE [ARTICLE]

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SULTAN'S SPEECHES TO BE 'VETTED' BY A COMMITTEE KUANTAN. Tuesday. A COMMITTEE comprising members of the Execu- tive Council and Assemblymen will be set up to draft future addresses by the Sultan. This was stated In the Legislative Assembly today by the Mentrl Besar. Dato Wan Abdul Aziz bin Ungku

20 Borstal boys aid new road [ARTICLE]

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20 Borstal boys aid new road SINGAPORE, Tues— Twenty boys from the Gimson School a reformatory institute run by the Governin v n t are building a drive-way for the Cheshire Homes in Nicoll Drive. The boys, aged between 11 and lii are allowed to stay with 31 other voluntary

PENANG TO GET NEW NAUTICAL SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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PENANG TO GET NEW NAUTICAL SCHOOL PENANG. Tues— A new nautical school to train masters, mates and helmsmen Is being built •at the Penang Mariners' Club In Light Street. The school, with Capt. W. G. Martin as instructor, will give free tuition. The school, built with money from the Penang

Christmas mail [ARTICLE]

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Christmas mail PENANG, Tues.— Two ships will arrive in Penang before the end of this month with Christmas and holiday mail from Britain. The AJax Is due tomorrpw and the Cardiganshire on Dec. 29.

His new post [ARTICLE]

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His new post KUALA LUMPUR. Tues Dato Lela Jasa. former State Secretary of Kelantan who recently returned from holiday, has been appointed District Officer In Ulu Kelantan.

-CHRISTMASCARDS HEADACHE AT POST OFFICE [ARTICLE]

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-CHRISTMASCARDS HEADACHE AT POST OFFICE KUALA LUMPUR. Tues- Post office workers here are having a headache sorting out Christmas cards. And all because some people are: STICKING stamps In the wrong places: USING under-sized envelopes: and a WRITING addresses illegibly. A postal spokesman told the Straits Times today that an

TEACHER DIES FROM INJURIES [ARTICLE]

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TEACHER DIES FROM INJURIES Tues. Che Rafeah binte Abdul Rahman, 31, a teacher. who was seriously injured In a motor accident on Sunday night near Tampm died in the General Hospital here today. Che Rafeah. whose husband. Inche Mohammed 81--raj bin Haji Zainal. is also a teacher, was returning from

Engine fire [ARTICLE]

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Engine fire KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The engine of a van belonging to the Indonesian Embassy here caught firs this morning at Hill View Road in Setapak. A fire engine wa.< called to put out the blaze.

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DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS J» Here's fit (Minimum) BRISK MORRIS PAUL ahMSI a«ay ai l.r>ds on nth December after a long lllnesa MADAM CNEAH BIAN CHOO ace A<> years passed away General Hospital ItVtt-M at IWU leavinc 4 sons Khoo 800 Leik. 800 Ohee. 800 Teik, 800 Cheang I daughters Saw Khtm, San

The Straits Times Wednesday, Dec. 16 1959 Means And Ends [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Wednesday, Dec. 16 1959 Means And Ends The House of Representatives has adjourned in good j conscience, with three weeks of solid work behind it, but with several Opposition i motions undiscussed. However none of the Opposition parties can have any real complaint. They all had a

The National Script [ARTICLE]

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The National Script The Federation's House of Representatives has decided. 1 without a great deal of deIbate, that Rumi should be I the national script. The j P.M.1. P., whose main objections appear to have stemmed from fears for the future of Jawi, offered only token resistance to a national

Cypriot Leader [ARTICLE]

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Cypriot Leader Any other result to the Cyprus presidential elections than the success of Archbishop Makarios would have been outrageous. Not that he is necessarily the best sort of man for the job, merely that he is the only one possible. His opponent in a campaign that had several odd

JAGAN [ARTICLE]

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JAGAN CLARENCE KIRTON: FROM GEORGETOWN For the first time since he became a force in British Guiana politics, the workers his chief source of strength turn on him A NEW UNEASINESS SWEEPS BRITAIN'S PROBLEM COLONY FOR the first time since Dr. Cheddi Jagan became a force in British Guianese politics

Saud [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Saud CHARLES GARNER: by Riyadh SAUDI ARABIA'S PRINCELY APOSTLES OF AUSTERITY CLAMP DOWN WITH GREAT SUCCESS ON THE UNDISPUTED KING OF SPENDERS... ATUG-OF-WAR is going on in Saudi Arabia between the high spenders who had it all their own way until two years ago and the apostles of austerity, who

LETTERS

TAXES: GIVING WITH A MINIMUM OF FUSS... [LETTER]

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TAXES: GIVING WITH A MINIMUM OF FUSS... VOW that the new income tax has become operative, it would be well for those affected to adopt an attitude of whatever will be will be. Taxes and the raising ot taxes are for this country, as for any other, an economic necessity.

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STUDENTS TO TOUR INDIA AND CEYLON [ARTICLE]

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STUDENTS TO TOUR INDIA AND CEYLON KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. —A cultural mission consisting of Malayan university students is tc visit Ceylon and India in February "to promote better understanding" among students of the! three countries. The five-week tour will j take 75. students of the University of Malaya In Kuala

Sword lands him in jail [ARTICLE]

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Sword lands him in jail SINGAPORE. Tues— Chan Jee Chew. 18. was Jailed for six months by a district court after he pleaded guilty to a charge of possession of an offensive weapon— a miniature Japanese sword. Chan was found with the sword In his right hip pocket during a

Byrne: My remarks not aimed at Koh [ARTICLE]

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Byrne: My remarks not aimed at Koh RESIGNATION OF JUVENILE COURT MAGISTRATE ACCEPTED SINGAPORE, Tuesday QUESTIONS WERE ASKED IN ASSEMBLY... IT WAS MY DUTY TO GIVE THE REASONS SINGAPORE'S Minister for Labour and Law, Mr. K.M. Byrne, today said his references to the appointment of a juvenile court magistrate in

Japanese ex-Premier arrives [ARTICLE]

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Japanese ex-Premier arrives CINGAPORE. Tues. Mr. Shigeru Yoshlda, 81-year-old, former Japanese Prime Minister, has arrived In Singapore on a private visit. It is his first. He is travelling with a party of 11. including his daughter. Mrs. Kazuko Asoo. His personal secretary, Mr. T. Shlrahata. said: "Mr. Yoshlda wants to

LANGUAGE IS IMPORTANT, TEACHERS ARE TOLD [ARTICLE]

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LANGUAGE IS IMPORTANT, TEACHERS ARE TOLD KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Ninety lecturers and teachers attending a course for national language teachers at the Language Institute here were told today to regard language as part and parcel of a person's daily life. The head of the linguistic department of the Language Institute.

Served tea, then he drank poison [ARTICLE]

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Served tea, then he drank poison KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. A SHOPKEEPER today told a coroner's court that a few minutes after he had been served with tea by his 20-year-old son he heard him groaning in his bedroom. i The shopkeeper. Abdul Rahman, was testifying at the inquest on his

PROMINENT CEYLONESE DIES AT AGE OF 86 [ARTICLE]

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PROMINENT CEYLONESE DIES AT AGE OF 86 KUALA LUMPUR, Tues.-^ The oldest Ceylonese resident of Kajang, Mr. V. 8. Ponnampalam, died at the General Hospital here this evening. Mr. Ponnampalam, 88. retired from Government service in 1937 as an office assistant In the Federal Secretariat after 37 years. A graduate

For Methodist conference [ARTICLE]

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For Methodist conference SINGAPORE. Tues. Mr. Yong Ngim DJln. principal of Oldham Methodist fechool. and the Rev. T. R. Doralsamy. honorary secretary of the Methodist Commission on Christian Education, will be delegates to the general conference of the Methodist Church in Denver. Colorado. In April next year. They were elected

Strike at university canteen [ARTICLE]

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Strike at university canteen SINGAPORE. Tues. About 30 of the 60 canteen workers at the Nanyan* I'nlversity here yesterday staged a lightning strike over a demand for compensation The canteen management today said the service* of their employees would be terminated at the end of this month because their one-year

English row: 53 Malay teachers boycott exam [ARTICLE]

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English row: 53 Malay teachers boycott exam KOTA BHARU, Toes. Fifty-three Malay school teachers in Kelantan today boycotted a special examination in protest against English being made a compulsory subject. A total of 127 teachers sat for the examination. Last month, 180 teachers who applied to take the examination threatened

'GET YOUR SMALLPOX VACCINATION' ADVICE TO PUBLIC [ARTICLE]

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'GET YOUR SMALLPOX VACCINATION' ADVICE TO PUBLIC KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. r FHE Federation Government today confirmed that M "a few" smallpox cases In north Trengganu were reported to the Ministry of Health on Dec. 10. The Ministry of Health now "strongly advised" everyone who has not been vaccinated against smallpox,

FARMERS WORRY ABOUT PIG IMPORTS [ARTICLE]

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FARMERS WORRY ABOUT PIG IMPORTS PENANO. Tues.— The secretary of the Penang and Province Wrllrslev Farmers' Association. Mr. Yeoh Ho e Peng, said today that ni association had received report* that negotiations were being conducted in Siam for importing 5.000 pi^s a month into Malaya. "If this means the present

Che Aisha to open bazaar [ARTICLE]

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Che Aisha to open bazaar BINGAPORE. Tues. Che Nor Aisha. wife of the Yang dl-Pertuan Negara. will open the Singapore Children's Society Christmas bazaar at the Victoria Memorial Hall tomorrow.

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SULTAN DECLARES SCHOOL OPEN [ARTICLE]

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SULTAN DECLARES SCHOOL OPEN IPOH. Tues.— The Sultan of Perak txxlay declared open the new $110,000 Methodist English School in Silibin Road here. The Methodist Church Bishop of South-East Asia, Bishop Hobert B. Amstutz. told the Sultan that the Mehodlst Church was glad to "make this contribution towards the enlightenment

Contract questions for Perak Govt. [ARTICLE]

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Contract questions for Perak Govt.

MISSED SEAP GAMES TO MARRY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MISSED SEAP GAMES TO MARRY MR. TAN KIM BEE. Malayan weightlifter in the Melbourne Olympics and Asian Games, and Miss Cheah Bee Choo. a Government English school teacher, who were married in Ipoh on Saturday. Mr. Tan. an Inspector of mines in Batu Gaiah. missed the South -East Asia Peninsula

Inspector is accused of graft [ARTICLE]

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Inspector is accused of graft IPOH. Tues Inspector Abdul Ghanl Othman. 48. quarter-master of the Perak Contingent. Police Headquarters, was today charged in the magistrate's court here with corruption. He is alleged to have corruptly obtained $20 from a butcher. Kan Keat. on Nov. 22 to refrain from taking action

Xmas tree party [ARTICLE]

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Xmas tree party KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The V.MC.A. and the Y.W.C.A. will hold a Joint Christmas tree party for members on Friday.

Two councillors: We quit the party [ARTICLE]

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Two councillors: We quit the party TAIPING, Tuesday. THE two Labour Party members in the Taiping 1 Town Counci". Mr. S. Sabaratnam and Mr. Gon Ah Hin. today announced their resignations from the party. In their letter of resignation, the two councillors declared that their decision was Irrevocable In view

WOMAN, 71.1 LEAPS 20FT. FROM FIRE [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN, 71.1 LEAPS 20FT. FROM FIRE MUAR. Tues. Seventy people lost their homes when fire destroyed a row of six shophouses at Jalan Salleh here this morning. Damage was estimated at more than $100,000. The cause of the fire Is not yet known. A 71-year-old woman. Tarn Hoon Tee. jumped

OPPOSITION MEMBERS READY FOR 1960 BUDGET MEETING [ARTICLE]

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OPPOSITION MEMBERS READY FOR 1960 BUDGET MEETING IPOH, Tues.—Keen interest will be focussed on Malay Government contractors in Perak during question time at the Stale Legislative Assembly's budget meeting here beginning on Saturday. Three assemblymen have given notice of questions they will ask on the subject. The Perak Government will

The oriental touch... [ARTICLE]

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The oriental touch... PERTH. Tues— A colourful oriental touch at the graduation ceremony of students from Claremont and Graylands Teachers' College was provided by two North Borneo Chinese girls who attended In cheongsams. The graduates are Lilian Cheng and Ivy Lee

XMAS CHEER FOR FISHING VILLAGE CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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XMAS CHEER FOR FISHING VILLAGE CHILDREN BUTTERWORTH. Tuev Officers and men of the R.A.A.F will visit their "adopted" village. Baga.i Legat. on Christmas day to distribute gifts to 173 children of fishermen living there. The airmen will also hold a kendurl for the village elders the same evening On Dec

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$800 was a loan not a bribe, ex-police officer tells court [ARTICLE]

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$800 was a loan not a bribe, ex-police officer tells court ALOR STAR, Tuesday. A FORMER police inspector, Wong Yew Teng, 38, accused of corruptly accepting $950 from a Perlis padi planter, today denied that he had taken the money for "expenses." He said he received $800 from the planter

ALL THE COURTS WERE EMPTY [ARTICLE]

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ALL THE COURTS WERE EMPTY pENANG, Tues. Not a single case was heard in the courts here today although they were all open. The day had been kept free because it had originally been declared a public holiday to celebrate the birthday of the Governor. Raja Tun Uda bin Raja

HIGHER OIL DUTY: PROTEST MEETING [ARTICLE]

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HIGHER OIL DUTY: PROTEST MEETING fPOH, Tues. Members of about 200 guilds and associations In Perak will attend a protest meeting here against the increased duty on fuel oil and the new income tax structure. The leader of the guilds and associations. Mr. Lav Pak Khuan. said today that the

RIOT AT DANCE: 4 SAILORS JAILED [ARTICLE]

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RIOT AT DANCE: 4 SAILORS JAILED pENANG. Tues —Four 1 of seven Siamese sailors jointly charged with rioting in a dance hall were sentenced yesterday to four months' Jail each, the other three were acquitted and discharged. The magistrate, Inche Mohamed Eusof bin Chin, ordered that the prison terms imposed

Acquitted of ammo charge [ARTICLE]

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Acquitted of ammo charge KOTA BHARU, Tues— A P.W.D. driver accused of unlawful possession of 12 rounds of .38 ammunition was acquitted and discharged without his defence being called In the Sessions Court here yesterday. YusofT bin All, 35. was alleged to have been in possession of the ammunition on

Agent fined $100 for late returns [ARTICLE]

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Agent fined $100 for late returns A LOR STAR, Tues. An election agent who did not submit his candidate's expenses returns In time was today fined $100 or a month's imprisonment in default. "It's all a misunderstanding," Haji Daud bin Lebai Saman, agent for a defeated PMIP candidate. Tengku Burhanuddin

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 6. Warning of a large number 1. Gruesome horse without car- on the wing (5). rlage (7). 7. A man of 15? Lo! "age 40," 5. The bird is a pig to swallow blurb reveals (5. 10). a young flah (7). Old raiment suggest* a re9.

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WEARNE'S CHIEF SEES BETTER TRADE CONDITIONS [ARTICLE]

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WEARNE'S CHIEF SEES BETTER TRADE CONDITIONS By Our Market Correspondent VVEARNE Bros. Ltd. the Malayan merchants, automotive importers and financiers believe that the improvement in trading conditions will be maintained throughout the current period. The chairman Mr. A. J. Sampson reviewing the financial year ended September 30, states difficult trading

OFFICIAL PRICES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL PRICES SINGAPORE. Dec. 15. RUBBER: 51. 13} per lb. (down a quarter of a cent). Inofficial 5 p.m. close $1,141 (quietly steady). TIN: $385.50 per picul (down $1.37}). Estimated unofficial offering 200 tons (up 25 tons).

BROKERS' REPORT [ARTICLE]

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BROKERS' REPORT THE Malayan Share Brokers' Association reported yesterday: "Industrials were quiet, tins were easier while rubbers were selectively belter. The turnover was fair." Singapore and Federation brokers reported the following business up to 3.30 p.m.: Industrials: Fed. Dlsp. 51. 15: Fraser and Neave ords 81.58 and 81.57; Gammon 52.12:

First Malayan Fund [ARTICLE]

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First Malayan Fund Manager's selling price (December 15) $1.06. Jan. i 1938= ivo

SINGAPORE SHIPPING [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE SHIPPING SHIPS Kirn alongside thr ea» (aporr Hau*bour Board wharves or expected today are: Neoer Waai 1/2, London Resolution 4/5 TJlmenteng 6A, Olenorchy 6/7, Glenearn 8/9, Manila Maru 10/U, Star Alcyone 13/14, City of Newcastle 15/16, Hoegh Dene 18. Pelk 19, Perils N. Wall L SedM N. Wall 3.

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Tims. INVESTMENT shares were firm on the Exchange here today. Henry Jones continued to adance rising 2s. 6d. to 78s. 6d. Ra.se metals were steady. Con- <olidatrd Zinc gained is. 3d but both Mount Isa and North j B.H. both down l.s. Oila eased. IntersUte Oil closing

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JANUARY first grade rubber buyers fob. closed in Singapore yesterday at 113 s cent* lb down a quarter of a cent on Monday's close The closing tone was quietly steady. Closing prices in cents per lb., yesterday were: OFFICIAL: Int. 1 R.S.S. Spot fob buyers 114',, sellers 115'

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES SINGAPORE Chinese Produce Exchange noon prices per picul yesterday were: Cepra: quiet; UK/December December /January shipments 139 buyers, $40 sellers. Coconut oil: quiet: bulk $604 sellers, drum $63 sellers. Pepper: steady; no business was reported done. Muntok white $246. Sarawak $245. (both unchanged), special Sarawak black $170. garbled

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES rpHE Malayan Exchange Banks' Association made the following changes in its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to $100): Selling TT. or O.D. ready: Swiss Francs 141 M; Belgian Francs 1630 1 Deatsche Marks 136 H. On the free exchange market in Hong Kong, the L.S. dollar was

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Share Market: r Th« Industrials: lino: Rubbers: Dec. 15 Dec. 14 114.95 li ,<>i 143.95 144.57 186.48 186.34

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS PENANG PORT COMMISSION PENANG PORT COMMISSION has a vacancy for an experienced SENIOR STENOGRAPHER with a shorthand speed of at least 100 words a minute. Application forms and full particulars of salary and condition^ of service may be obtained from the Secretary, Penang Port Com- mission. P.O. Box

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NOTICES NOTICE FEDERATION OF MALATa $50,000,000/- :,<-'c RrjiMfredJ Stock 1977/1980. Notice is hereby given that the Transfer Register of the abovementioned loan «ii: be closed from 17th December. 1359 to Ist January. 1960 lx>th days taclusive. for preparation of Interest Warrants. H. C. ROBERTS Registrar, Publir Debt Office. Kuala Lumpur.

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pjBLIC APPOINTMENTS KuKIT CHINA SECONDARY BOYS' HOSTEL, MALACCA V Applications are Invited for ■he appointment of the following T in the Bukit China Seconi Boys' Hostel. Malacca from |kjanuary, 1960. Boarding Master (Fully qualified teacher) Assistant Steward H Cook Assistant Cooks l House Servant (Daily Paid) Cleaners (Sweepers; V (.Daily

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Pen pals [ARTICLE]

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Pen pals HERE are some more pen pals for you. Nancy Ong, 80-B Tras Street, Singapore 2. Stamps, reading. John Chong. aged 16. 32 Sherwood Road, Singapore 10. Music, games. Nordin Yusof. aged 16. Malay Boys' Hostel, Suleiman Road, Kuala Lumpur. Reading. cycling. Abdul Manap, Jalan Baching, Of! Jalan Tebu,

EZANI FINISHES LAST IN THE SACK RACE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EZANI FINISHES LAST IN THE SACK RACE The junble folk decide to hold a fair, and the day is a great success in spite of a few things going wrong here and there. It is now almost over, and the singing contest is in full swing. NOW READ ON. T»HE

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Flipper takes a river trip Dear Boys and Girls. borrow that Flipper." To find Her e are the six winners Tom m nt you of our contest in which you f hould 1 n "P fh do t$ were asked to help |ane Out from M then colour rh of

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FADZIL BREAKS NEW RUGBY GROUND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FADZIL BREAKS NEW RUGBY GROUND SAUL JOSHUA, By Kuala Lumpur, Tues. »|THE MOST significant point in this year's Rugby Union match between Services and Civilians on Saturday, is that an Asian has for the first time found a place in the Services team. This honour goes to 2. Lt. Fadzll

ALL-ROUNDER MARY IS VOTED SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR [ARTICLE]

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ALL-ROUNDER MARY IS VOTED SPORTSWOMAN OF THE YEAR BRITAIN'S best bet for a woman's gold medal at next year's Olympic is a 19 -year -old all-rounder who is British champion at long jump and 80m. hurdles, was AAA runner-up in the high jump, and is international class as a sprinter

Penang Asians in Blues Cup final [ARTICLE]

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Penang Asians in Blues Cup final IPOH, Tuesday. pENANG Asians today beat Perak Asians by three points (try) to nil to become North zone champions in the All-Blues Cup rugger competition. The visitors scored their only unconverted try just before half time. The game was played in heavy rain throughout

Netball tie for Aussie girls side [ARTICLE]

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Netball tie for Aussie girls side SINGAPORE, Tues. The Crusaders, a women's basketball team from South Australia, will play a netball match against the Girls Bports Club on Friday at 5 p.m. on the padang. The Australians are on their way home after touring India, Pakistan and Ceylon. The visitors,

Minor units final today [ARTICLE]

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Minor units final today SINGAPORE, Tues. The Singapore Base District Minor Units hockey final between Singapore District Workshop RE.M.E. and M B.T.C. will be played at Glllman Barracks tomorrow.

Darul stay champions with 2-0 victory [ARTICLE]

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Darul stay champions with 2-0 victory SINGAPORE. Tues. Darul Afiah won the S.A.F.A. dlv. 1 league title for the second year in succession when they beat the oncemighty Marines 2-0 at Jalan Besar stadium today. Darul owed their success today to their speedy centreforward Mahat Ambu. who paved the w»y

Naval Base too good for SRC [ARTICLE]

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Naval Base too good for SRC SINGAPORE, Tues. A tough and a hard tackling Naval Base team beat Singapore Recreation Club by 16 points (two goals, try, penalty to three (penalty) In a rugger match on the padang today. Naval Base, who led 11-3 at half time, scored their tries

Indians beaten [ARTICLE]

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Indians beaten SINGAPORE. Tues.— No 4 S.RD. beat Joyful Indians 2-1 In a soccer friendly at Farrer Park today.

Jit Imm in Malayan Asians XV [ARTICLE]

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Jit Imm in Malayan Asians XV OINGAPORE. Tues— Urn Jit Imm. former Singapore sprinter, is in the team named by the Malayan Rugby Union to represent Malayan Asians against Malayan Planters at the Merdeka Stadium in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday (4 p.m.). The match will be played before the Malayan

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SINGAPORE: Ruipr Sanderson Cup semi-final, Tengah v Seletar, Seletar: frlendlies, SCC "A" v Johore Services "A", padang; Nee Soon Garrison v 5 Guard Dog Unit. Nee Soon; 19 Signals Regiment v RAOC, Chan(l; RASC v BMH, Ayer Rajah Road; Parelf Cup competition (Singapore zone). 18 Signal Air Force Regiment v

THE 'LONG FINGER DANCE' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE 'LONG FINGER DANCE' by 1,000 girls at SEAP Games opening ONE THOUSAND Siamese girls perform the "Long Finger Dance" a traditional Siamese dance during the opening ceremony of the South-East Asia Peninsular Cames at Bangkok on Saturday. This U.P.I, picture shows the girls dancing in six circles symbolising the

Ghee Lin's 'golden' leap at 6:2 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ghee Lin's 'golden leap at 6:2 OVER goes Tan Ghee Lin with his gold medal winning effort of 6ft. 2in. in the men's high jump final at the SEAP Cames at Bangkok. U.P.I, picture. AHPHU of Burma (centre) winner of the 5.000 metres with runner-up Sumburgan (Burma) on the left

VIETNAM ARE FAVOURITES [ARTICLE]

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VIETNAM ARE FAVOURITES BANGKOK, Tues. Vietnam's sparkling performance during: the last two nights makes it thr strongest contender for the football sold in the South-east Asia Peninsular Games here, observers said today. The Vietnamese eleven has played two matches against Siam and against Burma and won them both. Much of

BOROTRA'S NEW PLAN FOR BETTER TENNIS [ARTICLE]

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BOROTRA'S NEW PLAN FOR BETTER TENNIS pARIS. Tues. Jean Borotra. former French lawn tennis star, is to try out another plan to reduce the number of service aces and make the game more attractive. His idea is for the server to stand behind a blur line traced two feet behind

West zone eleven may visit Malaya [ARTICLE]

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West zone eleven may visit Malaya J7RNAKULAM. (India). Tuea. A representative side from the West zone of the Asian Cup soccer tournament may visit Malaya next June to meet sides from the Central and East zone*. This was announced here yesterday by C. S. Wang, chairman of the Asian Allstar

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11 'golds' in the bag [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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11 'golds' in the bag lUDHI PULLS OFF A BIG URPRISE IN THE 200 THE Malayans gold medal tally jumped to 11 by mid afternoon today after four days competition in the SEAP Games at Bangkok. The Federation won two more gold medals to make their full me- dal collection

SIAMESE ARE AHEAD IN MEDALS RACE [ARTICLE]

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SIAMESE ARE AHEAD IN MEDALS RACE CIAMESE athletes today collected four more gold medals to put their country in a formidable lead with a total of 15 gold medals so far. Burma and Malaya tied for the second place with seven gold medals each. But Burma's total silver and bronze

The full results [ARTICLE]

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The full results Athletics 10.00* METRES: 1 Somnuek Prisombat (Slam) 35mln 7.Bsec; Rumbwlgam (Burma) 35mln. 2R.4sec; 3 Nguyen Van Ly (Vietnam) 36min. 12 Bsec POLE VAULT: 1 A. Pal Slnnh Singapore) 12ft 6*»ln- 2 Soe Mra (Burma) and c Perera 'Malaya) tie at lift s*;in- S Boonchop Chongklal (SUm) l'lft

Once Moore [ARTICLE]

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Once Moore BAN FRANCISCO. Tues. World featherweight boxing champion Davey Moore, having his first fight since he beat British champion Bobby Nelll in one round last October, won a unanimous point decision against HUario Morales, of Mexico, her last night. Reuter.

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Premier on evils of 'squeeze' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Premier on evils of 'squeeze' BUSMEN'S UNION IS PROMISED GOVT. SUPPORT TO STAMP OUT CORRUPTION SINGAPORE. Tuesday. THE PRIME MINISTER. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, today urged the Singapore Traction Company Employees' Union to stamp out "squeeze" and corruption. In a message to the unions general meeting tonight, the Prime Minister

Sudden shower ends a smart parade [ARTICLE]

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Sudden shower ends a smart parade

Banda cried 'Buddhu Ammo' when he was shot—Court told [ARTICLE]

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Banda cried 'Buddhu Ammo' when he was shot Court told FIRST EYE-WITNESS ACCOUNT OF LATE PREMIER'S ASSASSINATION COLOMBO, Tues THE first cn-lhe-spot account of the assassination of (Ik- former Prime M i n i st c r, Mr. S. NndfLraiuuke, wm recorded by Chief Colombo Magistrate N. A. de S.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON, Tue*. Stockmarkets today rontinueo their upward course, and although some prices were anally off the top gains v ere numerous and in many cases substantial. Interest was generally centred on Industrial equities where «ood company statements and optimism regarding the busine.v- outlook were the main stimulating lactors.

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