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The Straits Times, 13 December 1961

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 90,000 Nat*** 1 tie**** The Straits Times. Estd. 1845. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1961. 15 CENTS.

PLOT TO KILL IKEDA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PLOT TO KILL IKEDA HAW-PAR CASE: MISS AW CROSS-EXAMINED— Page 10 Conspiracy by extreme right-wing group 13 held, arms seized in raids TOKYO, Tues. Police here today revealed a plot to kill the Japanese Prime Minister, Mr. Hay at t, Ikeda, and overthrow the Government. Thirteen people, in eluding former

New liner for S'pore run [ARTICLE]

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New liner for S'pore run LONDON. Tucs. The Blue Funnel Line today announced it has ordered an 8.000-ton passenger liner designed for service between Singapore and Western Australian ports. The £2.000.000 liner will be a single class ship with space for refrigerated and other cargo, and will be named Centaur—

The Queen has a chill [ARTICLE]

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The Queen has a chill LONDON, Tues. Queen Elizabeth has a feverish chill and is staying in her room at Buckingham Palace here, it was officially announced today. She has cancelled two official engagements including a visit by Mr. Harold Macmillan, the Prime Minister.— Reuter.

PETROL CHEAPER BY TWO CENTS [ARTICLE]

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PETROL CHEAPER BY TWO CENTS rUALA LUMPUR, Tues. Both grades of petrol will be cheaper by two cents per gallon in the Federation and Singapore from tomorrow. The price of fuel oil will also be cut by $2 a ton. Announcing the price reductions today, the Shell, Standard Vacuum and

'Poll fraud' charges Garcia [ARTICLE]

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'Poll fraud' charges Garcia MANILA, Tuesday. pOLICK ringed Congress today as the nations representatives met to hear charges of wide scale fraud in the Nov. 26 Philippines Presi- dential election. The charge was brought by incumbent President Carlos P. Garcia. Final returns, counted yesterday, gave victory to Vice-President Diosdado Macapagal,

Defence call by Debre [ARTICLE]

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Defence call by Debre PARIS, Tues.— France must have a national force and her defence must be her own responsibility. M. Michel Debre. French Prime Minister, told the Senate here today. He said it was a serious error to over-estimate the importance of International military organisations and said that the

MALAYA SHARES INDIA'S BELIEF IN PEACE, THE KING TELLS MAYOR OF NEW DELHI [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MALAYA SHARES INDIA'S BELIEF IN PEACE, THE KING TELLS MAYOR OF NEW DELHI TENGKU SHARIFAH SALWAH

Fire razes a $20,000 factory [ARTICLE]

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Fire razes a $20,000 factory QINOAPORE, Tues. Quick \\j action by kampong fire 1 fighters this evening prevented a $20,000 batik factory I blaze from spreading to two I nearby sawmills and a big cluster of wooden huts. The volunteer flre-flghters. using buckets and water from a stream, checked the

DEATH: BOYS, 11, HELD [ARTICLE]

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DEATH: BOYS, 11, HELD SINGAPORE. Tues. Police have arrested two 11-year-old boys in connection with the death of a nine-year-old hawker's assistant, Goh Hoe Keng. Goh died in hospital this morning as a result of head injuries received during a fight yesterday near the junction of Lorong 35 and Sims

Busy shopping day for Queen and her daughter [ARTICLE]

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Busy shopping day for Queen and her daughter From 1 KRISHNA MOORTHY NEW DELHI. Tubs. i fPHE Raja Permaisuri 1 Agong and her eldest daughter, Ten g k v Sharifah Salwah, today spent a busy day shopping at the Khadi and Village Industries Emporium in New Delhi. Her Majesty made

'UN planes hit hospital' [ARTICLE]

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'UN planes hit hospital' LEOPOLDVILLE, Tues. ITNITED NATIONS Jet planes today attacked a hospital at Jadotville, killing and wounding a number of people, the Katangese Information Ministry claimed today. The Belgian controlled Union Miniere Mining Corporation reported that the maternity ward was hit. A child who had gone to see

'HAND OVER THIS NATO GENERAL' DEMAND BY RUSSIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'HAND OVER THIS NATO GENERAL' DEMAND BY RUSSIA MOSCOW, Tues. The Soviet Government has a*ked the United States to hand over Gen. Adolf Heusinger, West German chairman of tlie Nato standing: committee in Washington, to stand trial for war crimes in Russia. A Soviet Note, announced at a press conference

Fey Wan wins a 'gold' [ARTICLE]

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Fey Wan wins a 'gold' SEAP GAMES OANGOON, Tues. Singapore won their first gold medal in the second South East Asia Peninsular Games here today when Wong Fey Wan triumphed in record time in the 110--metres hurdles final. Fey Wan. who had clocked 14.9 sec. in the heats earlier in

LATEST [ARTICLE]

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Albania: Russia breaks—official [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Albania: Russia breaks official RUPTURE COMES AFTER ROW OVER STALINISM MOSCOW, Tuesday THE Soviet Union announced last night it had broken off diplomatic relations with Albania, smallest of the Iron Curtain countries. A statement issued by Tass, the official Soviet news agency, said Mr. Khrushchev's Government had decided to recall

U.S. TO BUILD 3-MAN SHIP TO MOON [ARTICLE]

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U.S. TO BUILD 3-MAN SHIP TO MOON NEW ORLEANS, Tuesday. A U.S. space official said yesterday a contractor would be picked soon to build the first stage oi a rocket capable of hurling a 70.000 lb. spacecraft around the moon with three men aboard. The .same rocket would be able

Organisation of African states [ARTICLE]

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Organisation of African states DAR-KS-SALAAM. Tues— Julius Nyerere, Prime Minister of Tanganyika, has taken the initiative in forming a new organisation of African states whose main purpose will be to help in the freedom struggle of its members not yet independent, usually reliable sources said here.— Reuter.

Guatemala foils plot [ARTICLE]

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Guatemala foils plot GUATEMALA CITY, Tues. —The Government announced today It had smashed a revolutionary plot with the arrest of an undisclosed number of people and seizure of arms, munitions, uniforms and I vehicles. The Government announcement said the political opposition planned to use the war material '"to commit assassinations

Gagarin leaves [ARTICLE]

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Gagarin leaves COLOMBO. Tues. Major Yun Gagarin, the first Soviet cosmonaut, and his wife left Ceylon today after a five-day visit. Reuter.

Senate rejects Budget [ARTICLE]

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Senate rejects Budget PARIS. Tues.— The French Senate early today rejected for a second time the 1962 Budget by a vote of 135 to 82. The Budget yesterday was approved by the National Assembly by 302 votes to 192. with new taxes restored which had been earlier rejected by the

Mother of three takes radioactive drink of milk [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mother of three takes radioactive drink of milk A MILK drink for 52-year-old housewife Ada Cook. And she hopes soon to be drinking milk containing Strontium 90. For Mrs. Cook wants to b«* Britain's first woman "guinea pig to help scientists probing the after-effects of atomic explosions A medical rest-arch

15,000 men strike at motor works [ARTICLE]

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15,000 men strike at motor works r JX>RONTO, Tues— More than 15.000 members of thr United Auto Workers Union went on strike against General Motors of Canada in five Ontario cities yesterday following a breakdown In negotiations. Representatives from the union and General Motors spent all night trying to settle

Volunteers alerted [ARTICLE]

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Volunteers alerted COLOMBO. Tues. The Ceylon Navy today ordered the mobilisation of its volunteer force presumably because of the island-wide strike of 15.000 drivers, conductors and mechanics of the state-owned Ceylon Transport Board. The busmen want revision of a newly-framed set of disciplinary rules which prescribe dismissal for a variety

10 killed in attack [ARTICLE]

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10 killed in attack ALGIERS, Tues —National. ists attacked an isolated French military post and killed 10 French soldiers yesterday. An army communique said the nationalists attacked the post south of Algiers last Thursday. Six soldiers were missing. U.P.I.

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Katanga plan to blow up all mining works [ARTICLE]

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Katanga plan to blow up all mining works- FRENCH MERCENARIES SCORCHED EARTH POLICY DRAWN UP BY UNITED NATIONS, Tuesday A GROUP of French "expert destroyers" has drawn up a scorched earth policy that would reduce the entire Union Miniere operation in mineral-rich Katanga to rubble, the U.N.s top military man

U.S. REAFFIRMS ITS SUPPORT FOR U.N. CONGO ACTION [ARTICLE]

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U.S. REAFFIRMS ITS SUPPORT FOR U.N. CONGO ACTION WASHINGTON, Tues. —The State Department charged yesterday that a lot of misinformation was being "deliberately spread" about the situation in strife-torn Katanga and reiterated United States sup- port for the United Nations action in the Congo. The department spokes, man, Mr. Lincoln

Guarantee Tshombe's safety: Sir Roy [ARTICLE]

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Guarantee Tshombe's safety: Sir Roy OALISBURY, (Southern Rhodesia), Tues. Sir Roy Welensky said yesterday that the United States should guarantee the security of President Tshombe of Katanga so that he could meet the Congolese Prime Minister. Mr. Cyrllle Adoula, to negotiate without duress. Sir Roy, the Rhodesian Federal Prime Minister,

Three die in Havana raid [ARTICLE]

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Three die in Havana raid HAVANA, Tues. Three people were killed and four others seriously wounded yesterday In an attack by •'agents of the U.S. State Department and Central Intelligence Agency" on the Ecuadorean Embassy, according to an official Cuban Government statement Radio commentators said a truckioad of unidentified armed

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Govt., Barisan clash over People's Assn. strike [ARTICLE]

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Govt., Barisan clash over People's Assn. strike SINGAPORE, Tues. QOVERNMENT and Barisan Sosialis members of the Legislative Assembly today clashed over charges of Barisan complicity in the strike of former employees of the People's Association. The Finance Minister, Dr. Goh Keng Swee, was replying to charges by Barisan Sosialis members

RATION ZONES [ARTICLE]

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RATION ZONES SINGAPORE, Tues. Water will be cut off tomorrow in ZONES FIVE and SIX from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and in ZONES ONE and TWO from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m

ACCUSED TELLS OF DATE WITH GIRL [ARTICLE]

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ACCUSED TELLS OF DATE WITH GIRL SINGAPORE, Turn. A YOUNG housepainter, alleged to be one of the abductors of pepper merchant Tan Toh Teng, told the Assize Court today how a bar girl failed to turn up for their first date. Tham Ah Koo, 19, of Jalan i 1 Tenteram,

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YOUTH BLED TO DEATH [ARTICLE]

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YOUTH BLED TO DEATH Night duty doctors should bed in hospital, says court J£OTA BHARU, Tues. Doctors on night duty should be provided with a room and a bed in the hospital, the president of the Sessions Court, Inche Harun M. Hashim, suggested yesterday. He made the suggestion during the

I'M OUT TO CLEAR MY NAME, SAYS IVAN BROWNE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I'M OUT TO CLEAR MY NAME, SAYS IVAN BROWNE LONDON. Tues. "I am KoinK spare nothing; to diar my name." said It AF. Sgt. Ivan Browne (above) when he arrived in EnKland with wife and six children from Singapore. "My wife believes in my innocence and I know per cent

Home holiday [ARTICLE]

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Home holiday KLANG, Tues— The Raja Muda of Selangor, Tengku Idrls Shah, returns from his Australian school to Klang tomorrow to spend his holidays with his parents, the Sultan and Tengku Ampuan of Selnngor.

A 100 M.P.H. DRIVE BY DATO—TO OPEN ROAD [ARTICLE]

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A 100 M.P.H. DRIVE BY DATO— TO OPEN ROAD I(LANG. Tues. The Mi- nister of Works. Posts and Telecommunications, Dato V.T. Sambanthan, today opened a two-and-a-half-mile dual carriageway here by driving his Mercedes saloon over the road in a record time of 1 mm. 30 sec. or an average speed

KLANG'S KEBAYA QUEEN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KLANG'S KEBAYA QUEEN DRETTY 20-yeax-old Che Zainab binte Abdul Aziz, of the Public Worr Department, who won the "Miss Kebaya Queen" contest at the Lido Theatre, Klang, is kissed by Che Halimah binte Hashim, 20, of the Telecoms Department (left), and Che Noraini Alias, 18, of the National Union of

The border Reds 'still a threat' [ARTICLE]

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The border Reds 'still a threat' ALOR STAR, Tuesday. J^ SENIOR Malayan intelligence officer said today that the presence of Communist terrorists on the Malaya-Thailand border was "still a threat to both countries."' He was commenting on the latest figures showing that 42 border terrorists had been eliminated this year,

Death of Mr. Wah [ARTICLE]

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Death of Mr. Wah BATU GAJAH, Tues— Mr Wah Kai Teik, 47, resident superintendent of the Perak Anti-Tuberculosis Association rehabilitation settlement here, died suddenly at hLs quarters last night He was formerly proprietor of the Hotel Metropole in Ipoh and joined the settlement seven months ago He leaves three sons

MENTRI'S 16-MILE WALK [ARTICLE]

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MENTRI'S 16-MILE WALK I P O H. Tues.— rhe Mentrl Besar ot Perax Dato Sha'art bin Shaflee, walked about 16 miles yesterday In the Manoi;g area, near Kuala Kangsar. Inspecting progress on land development schemes. He was accompanied ijy the Assistant District Officer of Kuala Kangsar. Inche Osman Khairuddin bin

MOTHER OF NINE HAS TRIPLETS [ARTICLE]

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MOTHER OF NINE HAS TRIPLETS |(ANGAR, Tues.— A mother of nine has given birth to the first set of triplets in the State of Perils. But because her husband is out of work, they may be compelled to give the babies away. The triplets, two girls and a boy, and

To be ordained [ARTICLE]

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To be ordained SUNGEI PATANI. Tues.— A Malayan novice. Achilles Choong, of Taiplng, who wen" to Rome six years ago to stud} for the priesthood, will be ordained in Rome next week

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THE NO-RECEIPT DOCTORS [ARTICLE]

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THE NO-RECEIPT DOCTORS Two have been successfully prosecuted, Assembly told 3TRAITS TIMES ASSEMBLY REPORTERS Singapore, Tuesday THE Minister for Finance, Dr. Goh Keng Swee, last night disclosed that two doctors had been successfully prosecuted for failing to keep receipts for income tax purposes. Action against a third was pending. He

KING PRAISES INDIA FOR A BIG FEAT [ARTICLE]

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KING PRAISES INDIA FOR A BIG FEAT From MAZLAN NOORDIN: Nangal. Tuesday T»HE Yang di-Pertuan Agong today congratulated A the Indian Government for its "masterpiece of engineering' 1 in the construction of the Bhakra Dam. He was speaking over AllIndia Radio on his impression of his day-long visit to the

LOTTERIES BOARD AIDS 4 CAUSES [ARTICLE]

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LOTTERIES BOARD AIDS 4 CAUSES IPOH, Tues. The Sociax Welfare Lotteries Board has given $24,500 to four organisations in Perak. The Red Cross Society, Perak centre, gets $10,000 for a vehicle in connection with Its work; the Talping Convent get*. $6,585 for improvements to Its orphanage and the Buddhist Society

Fun day for 1,300 kids [ARTICLE]

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Fun day for 1,300 kids BUTTER WORTH. Tues The R.A.A.F. and RAF. stations at Butterworth. Province Wellesley, will enterlain 1.374 children of airmen to a Christmas party on Friday, Dec 22. Among the guests will be 24 children from the Penanfe Convent and several other orphans from Butterworth. Father Christmas

Farmer fought [ARTICLE]

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Farmer fought BENTONG, Tues. A iarmer, Chen Fook. 65, was fined $15 here yesterday for r>ehavlng in a disorderly manner by fighting a woman in a house at Bukit Tinggl. near here, on Sunday evening.

The right to reply—by Malaya [ARTICLE]

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The right to reply— by Malaya UNITED NATIONS (New York), Tuesday MALAYA yesterday announced it believed that any person who became the victim of a false report in newspapers, on radio or television, should be given the right to reply. Wan Mustapha. a member of Malaya's delegation, told the United

Painting surgeon of army to show works [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Painting surgeon of army to show works (SINGAPORE. Tues— The British Army's "painting surgeon", Brig-adier R- S. Hunt, is to hold a one-man exhibition of his water colour paintings at the National Library on Dec. 18, 19 and 20. The pain tin c depicting Malayan scenes, were done during Brig.

'TOUGHEN UP' OFFER TO YOUNG MEN in GOVT. SERVICE [ARTICLE]

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'TOUGHEN UP' OFFER TO YOUNG MEN in GOVT. SERVICE [7UALA LUMPUR, Tues. —The Federation Government Is offering healthy young male Government servants a chance to "toughen up" at Outward Bound School in Lumut. A statement Issued by the Ministry of Education says that Government officers between 17 and 25 years

Go easy in the rain, say police [ARTICLE]

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Go easy in the rain, say police SINGAPORE, Tues. *3 police today warned motorists to be more careful when driving In the rain. The Police Secretary, Mr. Lim Seng Huat. attributed the sudden recent spate of accidents to two causes Rain-.swept rr»ppery road* and speeding. Mr. Lim asked motorists to

Plan to save ruins [ARTICLE]

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Plan to save ruins f MALACCA. Tues The Malacca Tourists 1 Association plans to preserve historical ruins and monuments to attract tourists The association also proposes to form a dance group among the Portuguese community. The association is to print two brochures on Malacca and its historic significance

Exhibition of colour prints [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition of colour prints IPOH. Tues. An exhibition of colour prints by the German photographer Franz Lazl will be declared open at. the YMCA here by the Mentrl Besar of Perak, Dato Shaarl bin Shaflee, on Dec. 26. The exhibition, which goes on till Dec. 28. from 10 a.m. to

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Storm over that kiss [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Storm over that kiss SERAH ABDULLAH

A living wage: MTUC is " asking for 'something impossible' [ARTICLE]

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A living wage: MTUC is asking for 'something impossible' SAYS GOVT. EXPERT KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. r pHE Malayan Trades Union Congress is asking for "something impossible" by deciding to get the Government to draw up a living wage for workers, the Chief Statistician, Mr. T. H. Harvey, said today. "No

SERAH ANSWERS CRITICS: IT CONCERNS ONLY MYSELF AND CLIFF [ARTICLE]

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SERAH ANSWERS CRITICS: IT CONCERNS ONLY MYSELF AND CLIFF gINGAPORE, Tues. Singapore film starlet Serah Abdullah was in tears today over her "taboo kiss" with British pop singer Cliff Richards at the airport here recently. The shapely beauty has been severely criticised since a picture of the kiss was published

SPECIAL COURSE FOR LAW STUDENTS [ARTICLE]

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SPECIAL COURSE FOR LAW STUDENTS KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. The University of Malaya is offering its law graduates and other qualified persons a chance to shorten their period of reading in Chambers by taking a special three-month practical course. The course will start In the university here on Feb 12 next

A Malayan in Berlin probe [ARTICLE]

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A Malayan in Berlin probe KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The president of the Federation of Malaya Heads of Schools Association, Mr. Lum Kin Tuck, was among the five members of the World Confederation of Organisations of the Teaching Profession who have just completed a survey of education problems In Berlin

Fishermen may get Govt. loan [ARTICLE]

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Fishermen may get Govt. loan pARIT BUNTAR, Tve h The Minister of Agriculture. Inche Abdul Aziz bin Ishak, told the fishing community In Tanjong Plandang, near here, that he would ask the Government for a $200,000 loan to help them through their co-operative society. He said this when he visited

200 Brunei Regt. recruits due [ARTICLE]

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200 Brunei Regt. recruits due JJUALA LUMPUR. Tues Two hund.Jd men. the biggest ever batch of recruits to be taken for the proposed Brunei Royal Malay Regiment will arrive in Malaya at the end of the week for training at Port Dlckson. The public relations officer of the Federation Army,

Revellers Told: Don't be careless [ARTICLE]

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Revellers Told: Don't be careless pENANG. Tues. Holidaymakers "invading" Penan c for Christmas have been advised not to be careless during the festive season. "Enjoy yourself but do help to reduce crime." says a card distributed by the Penanc C.I-D.'s Crime Prevention Branch. It urges holiday-makers to dial 999 if

Liquor shops [ARTICLE]

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Liquor shops SINGAPORE. Tuei. The Liquor Licensing Board tolay approved nine new applications for beer houses, public houses and samsu shops a', tl quarterly session held in the First District Court. The board also renewed 52 licences.

Leaflets spread Govt.'s story [ARTICLE]

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Leaflets spread Govt.'s story KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. r £HE Federation Government has distributed 60,000 leaflets informing parents about the setting up of special national and national-type secondary classes for primary students from Chinese schools who have done well in the Malayan Secondary Entrance examination. This is the second lot of

Socialist Front sends greetings [ARTICLE]

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Socialist Front sends greetings PENANO. Tues. The Socialist Front today cabled congratulations to the Australian Labour Party for its electoral gains at the Australian elections.

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Industrial needs force Russia to seek tin outside Communist bloc [ARTICLE]

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Industrial needs force Russia to seek tin outside Communist bloc jyjOSCOW. Tues. Surging Soviet industrial demand for tin is outstripping domestic supplies and forcing Russia to shop outside the bloc. The Soviet Union has bought large quantities of tin in Indonesia this week and is making fresh attempts to acquire

MAYOR WARNS THE SHARKS WHO PREY ON THE POOR [ARTICLE]

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MAYOR WARNS THE SHARKS WHO PREY ON THE POOR PENANG, Tuesday. 'J'HE Mayor, Mr. Ooi Thiam Siew, today warned "unscrupulous contractors" he would publish their names if they continued to cheat the poor. "I know who they are and I am prepared to expose them once and for all." Mr.

He gave 40 pints of blood [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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He gave 40 pints of blood KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. :ir. Chew Cheang Hing. 36. (above), who gave a pint of blood to help savn the life of a badly injured relative 10 years aito went on to give a total of 40 pints and became Malaya's champion donor for this

New building [ARTICLE]

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New building KUALA LUMPUR. Tues The Minister of Agriculture Inche Abdul Aziz bin Xshak, will open the new ministry building on Thursday at 7.30 p.m.

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Olympics Games was planned in the cause of peace [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Olympics Games was planned in the cause of peace JESSIE OWENS BLASTED HITLEBHS COLOUR BAB BID PI iw] ATHLETES USED UNFAIR TACTICS TO WIN BAKOX Pierre De Coubcrtm of France insli luted Ihc modern Olympic Games in 1896. At the time he emphasised that the important thing about the great

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Miss Aw Sian cross-examined [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Miss Aw Sian cross-examined CHIA POTEIK: PETITION TO WIND UP HAW PAR BROTHERS LTD: HEARING OPENS COURT IS PACKED WITH MEMBERS OF BOTH BROTHERS' FAMILIES By Singapore, Tuesday JJEARING opened before Mr. Justice Tan Ah Tah in the High Court today of a petition for the winding up of the

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RAZAK TO PRESENT WINGS' TO 3 PILOTS [ARTICLE]

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RAZAK TO PRESENT WINGS' TO 3 PILOTS KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. The first three pilots to be trained completely by the Royal Malayan Air Force will receive their "wings" from the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence. Tun Abdul Razak. on Thursday. They are Pilot Officers Ahmad bin Idris. Gopal

POLICE HOLD FIVE TIGER GENERALS' [ARTICLE]

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POLICE HOLD FIVE TIGER GENERALS' IPOH, Tues. Five "Tiger Generals", including the leader of the notorious Creen Dragon Secret Society operating in the Taiping area, have been detained by the police under the Prevention of Crime Ordinance. All the suspects, according to the police, were arrested by members of the

FILM STARS IN BID TO SAVE KARNO'S SIGHT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FILM STARS IN BID TO SAVE KARNO'S SIGHT SINGAPORE. Tuesday. SINGAPORE'S top Malay film stars and show business personalities have banded together to help Indonesia's No. 1 film star, Rendra Kamo, who is slowly going bund. Mr. Kamo. 30. is a veteran of more than 100 pictures. His colleagues and

Court president on transfer [ARTICLE]

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Court president on transfer MALACCA. Tues.. The president ol the Malacca Sessions Court. Mr. Gunn Chit Tuan. will leave here this week on transfer to the Attor-ney-Genera l'.s Department In Kuala Lumpur. The Deputy Public Prosecutor in Kuala Lumpur. Mr. Lee Thian Huat. will succeed Mr Gunn here.

Tin mine builds a mosque [ARTICLE]

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Tin mine builds a mosque RAWANG. Tues.— The Berjuntai Tin DrPdglng. 18 mile.-, dom here, has built a masque for its 300 Malay employees. Early this year the management built a Sikh temple I for Its Sikh employees.

AN M.P. WEDS A TEACHER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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AN M.P. WEDS A TEACHER A MKMBER of the Federal Parliament, Mr. Chan Chong Wen. was married to Miss Kuok Woon Kirn at the Marriage Registry. Johore Bahru. Mr. Chan, a rubber merchant, is the Alliance M.P. for Kluang Selatan. lie is chairman of the SenaiKulaj branch of the Malayan

Meeting on stockpile sales of rubber [ARTICLE]

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Meeting on stockpile sales of rubber -MALAYAN GOING TO BRITAIN, U.S. J£UALA LUMPUR, Tues. Vital talks affecting the unloading of American stockpile rubber on the world market will be held in Washington on Dec. 18 and Dec. 19. Mr. Lew Sip Hon, controller oi export commodities in the Ministry of

Speed-up move [ARTICLE]

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Speed-up move KLANG. Tues.— The Klanfe Town Council has approved recommendation made by the town planning and building committee to speed up thi> passing of building Dlans submitted by the public.

Rotary talk [ARTICLE]

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Rotary talk KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Mr. P. H. Lee will speak on "Curiositle. 1 of Case Law" at the Rotary Club luncheon at Le Cog dOr tomorrow. r

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DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS in Herrfi tin Minimum) CHOW KAM KONO of 10A. ftilihln Road. Ipoh paj'ed away on 12 .12, Hi. Funeral from 25. Hume Street, Ipoh at to a.m. on 1-4.12 <il. MRS. TAN CHONC LAV nee Madam f>rnadette Wee s-.'-r,- Lan paoed away p acefnlly on 11 '!>/•] cortege lem-es

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS N Mar^i fin (Minimum) A HELP TO tne l.ufy ir.oth'r--•kraaMM Whent Cereal. It the br.-.n ieiru:"' no rooking. DaJMMi «ened v ith milk. SANTA CLAUS in ro-v at tit/.p^li.ilc's Supermarket, Brins your (hiliren along. Lucky Dtps. Only I. days left for >OU| Chrt«trrn« Shopr'n^ORCHIDS TO UK. for OMMSaaa. lotnoMO-v

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS M Wards s?>« fMiti.) RIVIVAL MEETINGS at Jalan Mhk Churtli. Muar on 11, 12 A 13 DtiemMr. speaker Dr. O. I). Jnm»«. Ofrectot: Malaya Kvangell<Hc Fellowsiitp. SPECIAL GOSPAL campaign IVlh.iry C.hMprl 14 to !■> December at 7.13 p.m. <;u—i Rpenker Dr. t;.l>. James. TH. D. Well-known BvaaaaalM. Author

The Straits Times. Wednesday, December 13,1961. Back On The Rails [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. Wednesday, December 13, 1961. Back On The Rails Despite the old gloomy forebodings, it seems that thy Malayan Railway Administration thrives on competition. Last year the railways earned a record $66 million revenue, and a net profit of $2.0 million. The profit, of course, is not remarkable

Stockpile Talks [ARTICLE]

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Stockpile Talks After the shocks and alarms of G.S.A. and Board of Trade decisions last month to sell large quantities of rubber at no fixed floor price the U.S Government has at least shown that it recognises an economicemergency when it sees one by inviting Malaya and othei rubber-producing nations

Down Under [ARTICLE]

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Down Under The Democratic Labour Party, formed in Australia in 1956, has done what it always said it would do in this year's general election it has kepi the Australian Labour Party, from which it was a breakaway group, out of power. or nothing is more certain thdt but for

INSIDE KHRUSHCHEV'S RUSSIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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INSIDE KHRUSHCHEV'S RUSSIA DENIS WARNER in Moscow: The first of two articles for the Straits Times from the Russian capital ...the search for the real truth is difficult and fascinating: It can be heaven or hell depending on the beholder MOSCOW, Tues. THIS is the time of year when Russian

Letters

GOOD MARK (OR BAD?) FOR THIS CHINESE SCHOOL? [LETTER]

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GOOD MARK (OR BAD?) FOR THIS CHINESE SCHOOL? AT a recent teachers meeting in tne local I'ntnrm) M^onuary scnuui on tne topic 01 "conduct evaluation (at least, mala how v was termed on me agenda, wnaievet dououui meaning the term might convey > one teacher stood up and asked whether

RUNNING TAPS ON CHRISTMAS DAY [LETTER]

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RUNNING TAPS ON CHRISTMAS DAY T HOPE the Water Engineer will see this letter for lam sure lam voicing the views of most housewives In Singapore. All we housewives ask is for him to lift the water rationing for one day on Christmas Day. Most families have a family gathering

5137.50 A MONTH START IN GOVT. [LETTER]

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5137.50 A MONTH START IN GOVT. WISH to extend my heartfelt sympathy to the members of the University of Malaya Students' Union brooding over their salary schemes on entering the government service (B.T. Nov. 30). Perhaps the .union forgets that a person with a school certificate qualification enters the government

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PAP denies radio propaganda [ARTICLE]

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PAP denies radio propaganda Inquiry is sought on those 95p.c. failures KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. THE Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services has called for an inquiry into reports that a large majority of government servants who sat for the recent general clerical examination had flopped.

JAYCEES CELEBRATE THEIR 17th ANNIVERSARY [ARTICLE]

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JAYCEES CELEBRATE THEIR 17th ANNIVERSARY SEREMBAN, Tues—Members of the Junior Chamber International throughout the Federation today celebrated the 17th anniversary of the founding of J.C.I. In a letter to divisional presidents, the Jaycee national president, Mr. K. Appadurai. urged members who were amateur radio operators to contact fellow members in

SWEEPER IS HURT IN FALL FROM ROOF [ARTICLE]

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SWEEPER IS HURT IN FALL FROM ROOF IJUALA LUMPUR. Tues. A labourer. Chen Foot Tong. 25. fell 25 feet from the Weame Brothers buildlnif In Pudu Road here today while sweeping; the roof. He was admitted to the General Hospital with face and ieg injuries. Chen slipped and fell to

Shower of confetti [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Shower of confetti A SHOWER of confetti for Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joon Hock Tan after their marriage at the Wesley Methodist Church in Kua'ta Lumpur on Monday. The bride is Jean Hung Ling Wong, a teacher, and is the fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wong Wing Chiew. The

Johore development of 190,000 acres [ARTICLE]

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Johore development of 190,000 acres J. BAHRU, Tuesday 'THE Johore GovernA ment today gav c details of its vast industrial and land development, programme under the 1961-65 Five-Year Plan, which involves development of about 190.000 acres. The Mentrl Besar. Dnto Hajl Hassan bin Haji Yuno called a press conference to

'Voice' plane test [ARTICLE]

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'Voice' plane test BINGAPORE. Tues. An RAF "voice" planr will fiy over Orcnard Road to broadcast messages to troops mannine road-blocks at 10 a.m. tomorrow. The broadcasts will be made to test the effectiveness of the loud-hailer equipment in conjunction with the current police-services internal security exercise

Teacher denies wife'scharges of cruelty [ARTICLE]

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Teacher denies wife'scharges of cruelty KUALA LUMPUR. Tues.— Liao Man. alias Mar. Luen, a former major-gen-eral in the Chinese Nationalist Army, den'^d in the High Court here today that he had ever been cruel to his wife, Dr. Grace Chow Wei Chen, who is suing for divorce on grounds of

BANI CALLS THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE TARTY MACHINE,' URGES A CUT IN PROVISION [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BANI CALLS THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE TARTY MACHINE,' URGES A CUT IN PROVISION SINGAPORE. Tu«s. THE Minister for Culture, Mr. S. Rajaratnam, today said that it was true that his Government, like other democratic governments, used the radio to put over the Government's point of view on matters of national

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BOW-AND-ARROW MEN OF THE CONGO [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BOW-AND-ARROW MEN OF THE CONGO BAI.I'BA tribesmen. who fought Tshomhc's troops with bows and poisoned arrows. They wear old tin hats, wics of monkey hair and straw bonnets. It was with thr help of such tribesmen that troops of the Central Congolese Government were able to seize Albertville. This picture

Border revision will mean war—envoy [ARTICLE]

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Border revision will mean war envoy WASHINGTON, Tuesday. jtiß. Mikhail Menshikov, the Soviet Ambassador in Washington, said yesterday that revision of existing borders in Europe was not only not negotiable, but will mean war. In a speech prepared for a National Press Club luncheon here, Mr. Menshikov reiterated Russia's call

Canadians expel Red for secret buying bid [ARTICLE]

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Canadians expel Red for secret buying bid OTTAWA, Tues.— A military atiacne at the Soviet Embassy has been expelled from Canada for trying to buy secret documents from a Government employee, the External Affairs Department said yesterday The department said Lt.-Col. Anatoty f. Loginov, Assis tant Military Attache, left Canada

Brandt for West talks [ARTICLE]

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Brandt for West talks BERLIN. lues. West Berlin's Mayor, Mr. Willy Brandt, will have talks on the Berlin and German problem on Wednesday with the British Foreign Secretary. Lord Home, in Paris, a city spoxesman said yesterday. He will also see the other Western Foreign Ministers. Mr Couve de Murville

Navy Secretary [ARTICLE]

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Navy Secretary WASHINGTON, Tues.— Mr. John Connally. Secretary of the Navy, has resigned to stand for election next year as Governor of Texas President Kennedy has appointed Mr. Fred Korth, a Texas Democrat, as the new Secretary. Reuter.

Casualties mount in South Vietnam war [ARTICLE]

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Casualties mount in South Vietnam war CAIGON. Tues. There were 800 casualties In South Vietnam's guerilla war last week. Government sources said today. Reviewing the week's military engagements, the sources said the Communist guerillas lost 250 killed, an unknown number of wounded and 200. including many who were only suspects,

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Irian—Soekarno plans action on Dec. 19, says Dr. Subandrio [ARTICLE]

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Irian Soekarno plans action on Dec. 19, says Dr. Subandrio JAKARTA, Tuesday. PRESIDENT Soekarno will "issue his command" on wresting of West Irian from the Dutch in Jogjakarta, Central Java, on Dec. 19, the Indonesian Foreign Minister, Dr. Subandrio, announced to reporters yesterday. Dr. Subandrio made th^ statement at the

BRITAIN BROKE A TROOPS PLEDGE, SAYS NATO [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN BROKE A TROOPS PLEDGE, SAYS NATO pARIS. Tues. A committee of the Western European Union said in a report here yesterday that Britain had not honoured her pledge to supply Nato with 55.000 cround troops. The Defence Committee of the Union's Parliamentary Assembly made the comment as part of

Accord on space exploration [ARTICLE]

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Accord on space exploration NEW YORK, Tuesday. AN EAST-WEST agreement aimed at promoting international co-operation in outer space exploration was endorsed unanimously by the General Assembly's main political committee yesterday, i 1 The agreement is expected to enable the U.N. committee on the peaceful uses of outer space to begin

All praise gay Princess Alexandra [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All praise gay Princess Alexandra T ONDON, Tues. The Brltlsh Press today gave an enthusiastic welcome home to Princess Alexandra, who has spent more than a month in the Far East. "Gay Alex Is Back." declared the independent left-wing Dally Mirror alongside a front-page picture of the smiling Princess. "Bravo

Britons to service those Viscounts in China [ARTICLE]

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Britons to service those Viscounts in China f ONDON, Tues. Vlclcers Armstrong and Rolls Royce technicians are goIng to China to maintain thp Viscount aircraft that country bought -ecently, the Dally Telegraph said today. According to an article by the Conservative daily's air correspondent, this Is the firs'- time since

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U.N. IS TOLD: ASK RED CHINA TO MAKE A PEACE PLEDGE FIRST [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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U.N. IS TOLD: ASK RED CHINA TO MAKE A PEACE PLEDGE FIRST Ireland's suggestion to General Assembly MR. FRANK AIKEN. Ireland's External Affairs Minister, told the U.N. General Assembly yesterday that before any decision was taken on the question of Chinese representation, the Peking Government should trive an undertaking to

Many lorries held up at Soviet checkpoint [ARTICLE]

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Many lorries held up at Soviet checkpoint BERLIN. Tues. A line of more than 100 West Berlin and West German lorries stood at the Soviet checkpoint on the Berlin end of the road to West Germany last night as a result of delays in document checks. West Berlin police reported.

Appeal in UN to Arabs to negotiate [ARTICLE]

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Appeal in UN to Arabs to negotiate T^EW YORK. Tucs,. Fourteen nations last night tabled a draft resolution appealing to Israel and the Arab Governments to negotiate an "agreed solution of all questions outstanding between them," including the refugee problem. The sponsors were: Upper Volta. Togo. Congo. (Brazzaville i. Ivory

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 7 Royal caatir wbtrr doctor and 1 Scaremonger geUing; a v«*- artist go in to dance <•'. port siiown in a catalogue ft 1 8 Story-teller giving mart mm S Talk quickly and decline to go perhaps <B>. back in a vessel <6>. 13 Unlike a

GO NAP ON CASH BOX [ARTICLE]

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GO NAP ON CASH BOX EPSOM JEEP THIS FOUR-YEAR-OLD IS KEEPING HIS FORM Promotion will not stop him from winning again today By r ASH BOX, a four-year-old by Comic Court, is keeping the form which enabled him to slam a Class 3 field over 6f by five lengths at

Ipoh meet: Two days [ARTICLE]

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Ipoh meet: Two days IPOH. Tues. The first meeting of the 1962 racing season will be held here on Jan. 14 and 21 'both Sundays v There will be no mid-week racing. The meeting Is for horses in Class 2 and 5 and entries will close on Jan. 3. Distances

SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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PENANG CARD [ARTICLE]

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Changed style brings Moxham winners [ARTICLE]

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Changed style brings Moxham winners PERTH, Tues. A changed riding-style Is one reason for top Western Australian Jockey Keith Moxham's quick success in Malaya. Moxham said this in a letter to his friend Doug Gilmour. Perth racing expert and television commentate* The letter outlined thf> immediate differences Moxham had found

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COUSIN GRISELDA BIDS FAREWELL AFTER THE PARTY [ARTICLE]

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COUSIN GRISELDA BIDS FAREWELL AFTER THE PARTY KATHLEEN HICKLEY Concluding serial on Mother Goose I by first sight, the contents of the treasure chest seemed extremely disappointing, for instead of the heap of gold and jewels everyone was expecting, all the box contained was a short, black rod. Pussy Cat

Local pen friends [ARTICLE]

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Local pen friends Leow Chon Kho, aged 15; 11. Oreen Hill Drive, Ipoh. Perak; scouting, camping, reading David Chew, aged 16; 26- A. Koon Ching Terrace, Malacca; .'w.mming. badminton, reading. Abdul Hamed Sulaimin. Sultnn Ibrahim School. Pasir Mas. Kelantan: music, reading. Andrew K. S. aged 16; c/o M C. Rawl.

OVERSEAS LIST [ARTICLE]

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OVERSEAS LIST AnnabelU Li, aged 14. 4. Knight Street. Kowloon Tong. Kowloon, Hong Kong; (girl pen pals only) stamps, matchbox labels, piano, swimmingYoshiaki Watanabe (boy) aged 15; 2-3. Klta Kagura. Kamikawa, Hokkaido, Japan; poetcards, ping pong, badminton. Waikari. aged 14; Nth. Canterbury. South Island. New Zealand: horse-rldinf. Patricia JiU Bax,

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MEi>BOURNE. Tues. INVESTMENT shares maintained a steady trend. Mrphersons gained Is. to 475. and Drue nouses Is. to 665. 9d. Base metals were steady. Oils nrmed with Asaoc Aost Oil up Is. to 9f ommonwealth Bonds were traced along surady lines. Con. Zinc 61/ lii Mount Is* 69

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THI Malayan Kxchange Bank!' Allocution made these changes In Its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to (100). Selling TT or 00 ready: Sols* Franca 141): Douticho Marks 130^ Danish Kroner 224}. On the free exchange market in Hong Kong, the U.S. dollar was quoted at 3.6<<i for

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lying alengsM* tl»e Singapore wharves today are: Ratavli* 28, Hruas 23, Rajah Brooke 24, Henveg 21/22, Telemicnus 33/36. Elpeoor IS/16. Martha Bakke 4/5. Heogh Silverwave 31/32. Buroida. Hani 18. H'vr An 40/41, RutheA-eratt 6A, President Oarfleld 46. Orrrm 33 34 Outer reads: Llan Hln. Kirn Guan,

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES £HINE*E Produce Eichangt. tingap*r«, ns*n pricet a*r picul ytstirday: Coconut all: hulk $33 *c)tor*, drum $3s sellers: Copra: December IK/ Continent »2S buyers, $2S) Miters. Popper: Muntok white 5165 sellers. Sarawak white 1162J sellers, special Sarawak black JI27J sellers. Lampon*. black $1274 seller!). Lampong black AST A $137}

MINING SHARES MAKE FAIR RECOVERY ON STOCK MART [ARTICLE]

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MINING SHARES MAKE FAIR RECOVERY ON STOCK MART By Our Market Correspondent rERE was j> fair recovery ib tin shares on the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday following the gains in the London and Singapore metal prices influenced by the fighting in Katanga. The tin index rose over 3 points. Business

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stack Indices: Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Industrials: XXXXX 158.87 Tins: 290.25 293.76 rubbers. 211.44 211.44 Jan. 1 1958=1*0.

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE DUSINESS en the Malayan Stock Exchange, Federation section yesterday with the number of deals \r. brackets: Industrial! K. and N. ords $2.48 OL; Oammon $1.62 OL. (2.000) $1.67 D; M. Cement (1.000) $2.36: Cold Store (3.000) $2.45 cd ON: 6. Traders (1.000) $4,521 xd; Dunlop* (2,000) $1.12;

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES SINGAPORE, Dec. 12. RUBBER: 763 cents per Ib. (up threeeighths of a cent). 5 p.m. unofficial close: N| cents (quiet). TIN: 5479.50 per picul (up $2.50). Estimated unofficial offering 240 tons (down 10 tons).

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES DECEMBER nrit grade rubber buyers ».•.*>. closed la Singapore yesterday at 761 cents per Ib up three-eighths of a rent on Monday's price. The ton* wa« Idle. S.CC.R.A. closing prices In cents per Ib. yesterday: Int. 1 R. 8.8. Prompt f.o.b. buyers 78}. sellers 76i: Int. 1 8.8.

Katanga fighting firms tin price by over $2 [ARTICLE]

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Katanga fighting firms tin price by over $2 KATANGA fighting was responsible for a rise of $2.50 in the Singapore tin price yesterday to 5479.50 per picul. The rise followed the United Nations attack on Katanra copper installations and the resulting rise of £3 to £4 In the overnight London

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VEHICLES FOR SALE 2« Words tS (Min.)— Box St ets. txtrm 1960 HILLMAN. 1959 M Oxford. 195» A 35, 1957 F/Prefect VA'lctor, V/Ptck-up. Flat 1100, 1956 M/Oxford. K Zodiac, 1955 V /Wagon. 1954 M'Mlnor. F/8/Wagoo. M/Mtnor Van, 1962 A3O M Minor. 1901 A4O. 1950 Ford 10, 1948 Morris. Bln Thai

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POt SALE tt Words ti (Min.)— Box St ets. tmtra WIDE SELECTION of Books at reduced prices. I'nlverslty Book Btora, Orchard Road. B'pore. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 Two sideboards, dining room lounge suite, O.E. fridge. Erres radio, etc Contact KPM Flat 24, Duoearn Road, Spore 11. AMATEUR ORCHID OROWER otters complete

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STADIUM FOR STORE A 'MUST SAY ALL [ARTICLE]

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STADIUM FOR STORE A 'MUST SAY ALL Rajah sparks Assembly debate on sporting amenities SINGAPORE, Tuesday. DLANS to build a new sports stadium considered a 'must' for Singapore are to be revived. In the Legislative Assembly last night, both Government and Opposition agreed the time had i:orae to provide modern

SUMMARY [ARTICLE]

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SUMMARY HOCKEY STORE DIV. 2: Police 1 Comb. Schools 0; DIV. 3: Khalsa 1 Woodbridge Hosp. 1. PENANG LGE: RAAF 2 Malays 1; TPCA 3 CRC 2. IPOH DIV. 2 Telecoms 1 a FIB 0. K. KANGSAR LGE: Oovt. Servants 4 Police 0. INTER-SCHOOL (K. KanRsar) rilffordlans 1 King George

Teams for schools hockey clashes [ARTICLE]

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Teams for schools hockey clashes SEREMBAN. Tues.— Malaya and Singapore schoolboys and girls will meet In international hockey matches here tomorrow. The teams are: MALAYA: Boys Kamarul Artffln; Ooh Tlong HUI, Ajmee Singh; Chan Chee Keong, Zabldl Latlff, Goh Tiong Peng: A. de Suva. R. Jayasuria. Ho Kok Yong, Koh

Services XV [ARTICLE]

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Services XV SINGAPORE. Tues. Combined Services, Malaya, rugger team to meet Malayan Civilians at Penang on Saturday: Mackay; Collins, Tatarangi, Berry, North; Smith, Munster; Christie, Grant, Stevenson, Heywood, Williams. Godfrey. Hancock (captain). Parcel!.

Police triumph [ARTICLE]

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Police triumph KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. Selangor Police beat 656 Squadron by 8 points (goal, try) to 3 (try) at rugger on the Riffle Range ground today. Wing forward Wong Chin Kong scared two tries for Police. Samad converted one try. Cleverly scored Squadron's only try.

'Macs' are stars in S'pore Boys XV [ARTICLE]

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'Macs' are stars in S'pore Boys XV SINGAPORE. Tues. Sin- gapore will field a faster and fitter side than last year in their schools' international Tugger match against Federation at the Merdeka Stadium on Thursday, kick-off 7 p.m. The team, which left Singapore today under manager Low Yong Kee. will

Blacks win [ARTICLE]

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Blacks win SEREMBAN, Tues. The Blacks of Singapore beat Seremban XV 3-0 in their rugger match here this evening. The visitors' winning points came from a penalty converted by M. Alsagon".

Malacca boys are table tennis champs [ARTICLE]

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Malacca boys are table tennis champs KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Malacca won the Malayan schoolboys Inter-state table tennis championship when they beat Negrt Sembllan 4-1 here today. The semi-finals were not played as Penang, the north zone winners and last year's champions, and Kelantan, the East zone winners, did not tu|

Malay College 'A' retain schools' sevens title [ARTICLE]

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Malay College 'A' retain schools' sevens title KUALA LUMPUR. Tuesday ]*jALAY COLLEGE 'A' from Kuala Kangsar reiT tamed the Mori Cup with a sweeping 16 points (two goals, two tries) to three points win over Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Ipoh, in the final of the Federation inter-schools rugger compeition on

Sultans' Gold Cup ties [ARTICLE]

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Sultans' Gold Cup ties PENANG, Tues— Eight teams have entered for the 1962 Malays lnttfr-state soccer competition for the Sultans' Gold Cup. By vlrti c of being the only team In tne North zone, Penang auto-natlcally qualify for the semi-final against the East zone champions. Fixtures art?West Zone: Dec. 31

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NOTICE Tenders are invited for the provision of Canteen facilities to KOldier* and civilian staff at Batu Garrison Kuala Lumpur, and a t»m:!y provision shop at Srtapak. Kuala Lumpur for the period Ist January 1962 to 31st December 1962. Details of the contract can be obtained irom the Quartermaster HQ

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RUGGER CLUB MATCHES: Spore SCC v Police (padang): SRC v RASC (padang) Sarawak Rangers v BMH (A. Rajah Rd) j RAF Tengah v Q/O Highlanders (Tengah) Ipoh Perak Asians v Garrison •B (padang); PTCSC v Talplng Tigers (Tiger Lane). TaJpinff Talplng Tigers 'B v Garrison "A" (Esplanade). SOCCER FRIENDLY: Joyful

3 'golds' for Malayans [ARTICLE]

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3 'golds' for Malayans g^JP^^J FEY WAN CRACKS HURDLES RECORD RANGOON, Tuesday MAUREEN ANN, DANAPAL AND JEGATHESAN TAKE TOP HONOURS AS ATHLETICS MEET BEGINS \IALAYAN competitors swept into the lead with three gold medals, one silver and four bronzes on the first day of the athletics tournament in the second

CABLE IN BRIEF [ARTICLE]

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CABLE IN BRIEF SOCCER FOOTBALL LEAGl P: Blackburn 4 Ipswich 1. BOXING FEATHER WEIGHT (Manchester) Floyd Robertson < Ohana) and BUly Calvert (Br) drew. 10 rds.

Women's golf [ARTICLE]

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Women's golf LONDON. Tues. The 1963 women's Commonwealth golf tournament will take place In Melbourne from Aug. 8-10. Reuter.

THE RESULTS [ARTICLE]

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THE RESULTS ATHLETICS 40* METREB FINAL: 1 BL Jefsthesan (Malaya). 2 P. Wongsuwan (Thailand), 3 Rabim Ahmad (Malaya) 48.35. 10.00* METRES FINAL: 1 Ahhpu (Burma), 2 Myltung Naw (Burma), 3. J. Martmnthn (Malaya) 32m 37.65. WOMEN'S 200 METRES FINAL: 1 Klalchai (Thailand). 1 Lily Tan (Malaya). 3 Teh Wan Choo

Costly Christmas for NSW team [ARTICLE]

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Costly Christmas for NSW team QANGERRA. Tues. It will be a costly Christmas for those members of the New South Wales Sheffield 8hl»ld cricket side who want to spend it at home NSW. Dlay Victoria In Melbourne in a match starting on Saturday. Dec 23. There will be no play

England keep same team [ARTICLE]

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England keep same team NEW DELHI. Tues. England keep the side that drew with India In the Second Test, for the Third Test match which starts at Delhi tomorrow. Team: Ted Dexter. Geoff Pullar. Peter Richardson. Ken Harrington, Mike Smith. Bob Barber. John Murray. Barry Knight. David Allen. Tony Lock.

ATHLETIC WIN BUT FAIL TO IMPRESS [ARTICLE]

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ATHLETIC WIN BUT FAIL TO IMPRESS CHINESE ATHLETIC 2 IRC 1: Singapore, Tuesday. /CHINESE Athletic are almost there in their quest KJ for the League and Cup soccer double. The League champions today beat Indian Recreation Club 2—l in a Cup semi-flnal at Jalan Besar I Stadium. The Athletic will

S. Africans beat N.Z. by 30 runs [ARTICLE]

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S. Africans beat N.Z. by 30 runs DURBAN, Tues. South Africa won the first un official Test against New Zealand by 30 runs here today when the touring learn were all out for 166 shortly after lunch. Scores were: South Africa 292 ana 149. New Zea.and 245 and 166. Resuming

Silver for Thuan Hens [ARTICLE]

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Silver for Thuan Hens SPORE CAGERS CLEAR IST HUI3LE RANGOON, Tues. Tan Thuan Heng, the 13-year-old Singapore swimmer, last night gained the silver medal in the 1.500 metres freestyle, the only final decided on the first day of the SEAP Games here. The winner was Tin Maung Ni of Burma,

MHF name 18 for tour of India [ARTICLE]

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MHF name 18 for tour of India f/UALA LUMPUR, Tues. The Malayan Hockey Federation tonight named 18 players for the team to visit India next month to play In the International tournament at Ahmedabad, which begins on Jan 6. They are: Amar Singh, Kamarul Ariffln, M. Shanmuganathan, 8. Thuraisingam. R.

SCOTTISH CUP 2nd ROUND DRAW [ARTICLE]

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SCOTTISH CUP 2nd ROUND DRAW GLASOOW. Tues. The draw for the second round of the Scottish Football Association Cup. to be played on Jan. 27. Is a* follows: East Fife or Gala Palrydean vs Albion Rovers; Dundee vs St. Mlrren; Morton vs Celtic or Cowdnbeath; Falklrk or Rangers vs Arbroath;

HK athletes for Asian Games [ARTICLE]

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HK athletes for Asian Games HONG KONO, Tues.— Hung Kong will send a team of three athletes and an official to the Asian Games in Jakarta next August

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Bani warns Civil Servants [ARTICLE]

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Bani warns Civil Servants r— I SINGAPORE, Tues. TAP Govt. will not be in office for ever' ]y|R. S.T. BANI (Barisan Sosialis) today warned civil servants against political involvement. It would be "a sad day for individual officers who risk their neck in leaning backwards to please Ministers," he said.

Talentime at St. Patrick's [ARTICLE]

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Talentime at St. Patrick's SINGAPORE. Tues. St. Patrick's School In Katong will hold a talentlme contest on Jan. 6 to raise money for the school building fund. Preliminaries for the contest will be held on Dec. 15, 16. and 17. and semi-finals on Dec. 30 and 31.

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS CHARLESWORTH: T. r.n.-.- of Daiway at 1 H Kmr.in. v/l 1-th December. IM MR. CMEAM WING KONG. Mine* I><-|>.irtm<ni. Kuaataa, pasted away peacefully on 11th December 1961 at 10 p.m. funeral at Kuala Lumpur on 13th December from Chik Sin Tons at 2 p.m.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS MR. AND MRS. Rachan BiriKh thank relatives and friends for unr of can. their icoud wistif.i and presents on their iiurrlace at Ratu Onjah. MR. AND MRS. R. V Nnvaratnam thank relatives and friends for their k.ood winheii and valuable pr Hi. occasion of ih.-ir marriage TMI FAMILY nf

PERSONAL [ARTICLE]

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PERSONAL DON'T FORGET St IVivld's Society KH together tomrht S.OO r> m it Tanicte lon all Welsh Polk and frlendj walrom*. I

LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN LONDON. Tues. There was a slightly better feeling in stock markets today with sentiment helped to some extent by the overnight advance of Wall Street. More attention was paid to Industrials and engineering shares received a fair amount of support with Tube Investments prominent, following

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON, Tues. Spot 23 Hd., Jan. 23', d.. Feb. 33>4d., Mar. 23 >,d., Jan./ Mar. 23 ',d., April/ June 23Vid.. July/Sept. 235, d., Oct. Dec. 23 ",d., c.i.f. Dec. 22\d., Jan. 22-.d., Feb. 22v,d. Tone: Steady but quiet.

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON, Tues.— Buyers £951, sellers £flo 2. Forward Buyers £»62 4 sellers £963. Settlement £954. Turnover a.m. ISO tons, p.m. delayed. Tone: Barely steady.

RIDDLE OF THE BOY AND PIECES OF PAPER PLASTERED ALL OVER CARS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RIDDLE OF THE BOY AND PIECES OF PAPER PLASTERED ALL OVER CARS jIMOTORISTS who A parked their cars yesterday near the offices of Imperial Chemical Industries (Malaya) Ltd., Ampang Road, Kuala Lumpur, later found their cars plastered with pieces of paper (above). A Straits Times cameraman passing by at the

MENZIES TO HAVE ONLY 2 MAJORITY [ARTICLE]

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MENZIES TO HAVE ONLY 2 MAJORITY /CANBERRA, Tues. The VJ resumed counting today in the Australian General Elections has embarrassed the Menzles Government further. It now seems that the Prime Minister, Mr. Robert Menzles, will struggle to victory but with a majority of only two. As the Government has to

Eichmann: 'A legal and moral responsibility' [ARTICLE]

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Eichmann: 'A legal and moral responsibility' JERUSALEM, Tues. Ado If Elchmann's judges said today that he was in constant touch with the Nazi "operation groups" who massacred Jews during the war, and prepared summaries of instructions "on how exterminations were to be carried out" Rejecting Elchmann's plea that he was

NEHRU GIVES THE ORDER: SHOOTDOWN HOSTILE AIRCRAFT [ARTICLE]

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NEHRU GIVES THE ORDER: SHOOT DOWN HOSTILE AIRCRAFT NEW DELHI. Tues. Mr. Nehru. Indian Prime Minister, told Parliament yesterday the country's forces had been given orders to resist Chinese Incursions and to shoot down aircraft violating Indian air space. The Government meanwhile, disclosed that it had told China to stop

'We will act in Goa' warning [ARTICLE]

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'We will act in Goa' warning OELGAUM (Western India), Tues.—Leaders of Opposition political parties said here today that unless the Indian Government "liberates" Goa within a week, they would send in 5,000 volunteers to do so. A statement by tinPolitical Convention a joint body of Communists, Socialists and other politual

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The weather HIGHEST and lowest temperatures in Malaya and Singapore lor the period 8 p.m. Mour.*y to 8 p.m. yesterday. Hi'hest Lowest Kuala Lumpur 34 75 Kota Bharu 82 75 Penang 88 75 Ipoh 86 73 Malarra 83 73 Singapore 80 73