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The Straits Times, 14 December 1961

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED KALE EXCEEDS 90.000 The Straits Times. flat*"* 1 Estd. 1845. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1961. 15 CENTS

U.S. 'NO' TO BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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U.S. 'NO' TO BRITAIN Katanga cease-fire move draws opposition Must attain chief aims A S H I N GTON, Wed. Mr. George Ball, acting Secretary of State, announced today the United States wanted a ceasefire in Katanga as soon as feasible, "but we do not believe any ceasefire is feasible

Flowers rain on King, Queen at village [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Flowers rain on King, Queen at village COUNTRY BELLES AND CHILDREN DANCE A WELCOME FOR ROYAL VISITORS: ROUSING SEND-OFF AT END OF VISIT From MAZLAN NOORDIN NEW DELHI, Wed. CHOWERS oi mari- gold and rose petals fluttered down on the Yang diPertuan Agong and his Consort. the Raja Permaisuri Agong.

TENGKU WOULD LIKE MALAYSIA FOUNDED BY AUGUST—LEE [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU WOULD LIKE MALAYSIA FOUNDED BY AUGUST— LEE SINGAPORE, Wednesday. fENGKU Abdul Rahman would like to have A Greater Malaysia founded by August next year to make the Merdeka anniversary celebrations an auspicious day, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's Prime Minister, disclosed tonight. Mr. Lee, who spent the last four,

1,200 strike on estate [ARTICLE]

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1,200 strike on estate KLUANG. Wed. About 1,200 workers of the Ulu Remis (Oil Palm; Estate are on strike over what they claim to be a "pay-cut." They claim that the management had contravened an agreement signed with the workers by paying 31 cents Instead of 40 cents for the

KING AT TEST MATCH [ARTICLE]

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KING AT TEST MATCH NEW DELHI. Wed. The Yang- di-Pertuan Agong today watched the pre-lunch play In the Test cricket match between England and India at the Kotla grounds. His Majesty left the grounds for lunch with Mr. Nehru, the Indian Prime Minister

MACAPAGAL PROCLAIMED PRESIDENT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MACAPAGAL PROCLAIMED PRESIDENT MANILA. yVed. The Philippines Congress today proclaimed VicePresident Diosdade Macapagal a« the new President of the Republic. The two Chambers of Congress. Kitting in joint session, yesterday completed canvassing the certificates of election returns from all over the country and confirmed the elec- tion of Mr. Mucapagal

Alleged spy detained [ARTICLE]

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Alleged spy detained KARLSRUHE. West Germany. Wed.— Heinz Felfe. 43--year-old West German coun-ter-intelligence official, has been arrested on suspicion of treason, the Federal Prosecutor announced here today. Last Sunday the Prosecutor's Office announced the arrest on similar grounds of an Army Colonel in Bonn and a senior Government official working

News conference [ARTICLE]

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News conference TAIPEH. Wed.— Mr. Wang Chla-yu, deputy director of the Centra] News Agency of the Republic of China la scheduled to leave for Bangkok to attend the Asian conference on the development of news agencies in Asia and the Far East.— U.P.l.

Marshalls' baby [ARTICLE]

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Marshalls' baby SINGAPORE. Wed. Mrs. David Marshall, wife of the leader of the Workers' Party gave birth to an eight-pound baby girl. Ruth Anna, this afternoon at the Gleneagles Hospital. Mr. Marshall tonight reported that both mother and child were in good Health.

To cut ties? [ARTICLE]

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To cut ties? GUATEMALA CITY. Wed.— Guatemala is considering breaking relations with Britain in the near future. President Miguel Ydigoras Fuentes told UPI today.

Malaya enter soccer s-final [ARTICLE]

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Malaya enter soccer s-final OANGOON. Wed. Malaya had another successful day in the second South East Asia Peninsula Games today when their soccer team qualified to meet Thailand in the semi-final and their athletes won two more gold medals. Singapore also won a gold medal in athletics their second and

LATEST [ARTICLE]

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LATEST SIZE OF S POKE I LONDON, Wed. secretary Julian I told Commons tndiv Tuturr size of Brit Sinjuporr bUC wonM pwnri oil military nrr<l r-.p.i.

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RED NAVAL BUILD-UP IN WESTERN PACIFIC [ARTICLE]

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RED NAVAL BUILD-UP IN WESTERN PACIFIC MANILA. Wed.—Vlce-Ad- mlral William Schoech, commander of the United States Seventh Fleet, said yesterday that the Communist bloc had been building up its naval strength In the Pacific area. At a Press conference aboard his flagship, the USS Saint Paul, the Admiral said the

Nuclear navy [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear navy ANKARA (Turkeyi. Wed.— Admiral Necdet Uran, commander of Turkish navat forces, said today that the Turkish navy would be equipped with nuclear weapons. Reuter.

Soekarno forms National Defence Council [ARTICLE]

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Soekarno forms National Defence Council TO TAKE FIRM STEPS' TO WREST WEST IRIAN JAKARTA, Wednesday. PRESIDENT Soekarno yesterday announced the composition of a National Defence Council "to take firm steps" to win Dutchheld West New Guinea for Indonesia. The President made the announcement at a Press conference in his Freedom

Princess in Burmese national costume [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Princess in Burmese national costume Princess Alexandra in Burmese national dress. The 24--year-old princess wore It for a dinner given in Rangoon by the Burmese President, Win Maung. The dinner marked the end of the princess's nineday visit. Alexandra's costume was made by a Rangoon dressmaker from Mandalay silk. And

32 Darul Islam rebels killed [ARTICLE]

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32 Darul Islam rebels killed JAKARTA, Wed. Thirtytwo rebels have been killed, 12 wounded, two captured, and seven have surrendered during recent government operations against the fanatic Muslim Darul Islam movement in West Java. It has been announced.— Reuter.

Semi-nude TV show cancelled [ARTICLE]

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Semi-nude TV show cancelled LONDON. Wed.—lndependent Television contractors in north-east England have cancelled a show by the African dance company from Senegal because some of the women perform stripped to the waist, it was announced today. Reuter.

$1,380 m. for oil [ARTICLE]

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$1,380 m. for oil NEW DELHI, Wed. India plans to spend about $1,38 C million during the next five years in a vast effort to make the country self-sufficient in petroleum products.

Ceylon recalls troops [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon recalls troops COLOMBO. Wed. The Ceylon Government yesterday recalled all servicemen and reservists from leave as a strike by 15,000 workers paralysed the island's stat^-owned bus system for the second day. According to reports reaching here, at least 48 of the island's 51 bus depots were Idle. Private cars,

S. Vietnam asks for Thai aid [ARTICLE]

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S. Vietnam asks for Thai aid BANGKOK, Wednesday. 'pHAI Royal Air Force commander Boonchoo Chandrubegsa said yesterday that Com-munist-threatened South Vietnam'had asked for Thailand's assistance. I He said the situation in South Vietnam was "very grave." Air Marshal Chandrubegsa returned from a goodwill trip around the world during which h©

Hearse crashes [ARTICLE]

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Hearse crashes JAKARTA, Wed. Thiee people were killed when the hearse in which they were driving home from a funeral crashed Into a tree near Soe-rabaya-^Reuter.

DISCOVERER ROCKET CAN SAY 'HI' [ARTICLE]

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DISCOVERER ROCKET CAN SAY 'HI' VANDENBERG Air Force Base (CaUfornla), Wed— A Discoverer rocket carrying a radio satellite designed to •say "Hi" in morse code was launched here yesterday. The rocket 36th In the Discoverer series also carried a capsule filled with secret instruments. The capsule was scheduled to be

400 Negroes in mass arrest [ARTICLE]

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400 Negroes in mass arrest ALBANY. (Georgia). WedAbout 400 Negro youths wera arrested here yesterday when they staged a protest against the earlier arrest of 11 "Freedom riders." The youths charged with breach of peace and parading without a licence, were herded off to a Jail large enough to hold

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Katanga: Britain wants immediate ceasefire [ARTICLE]

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Katanga: Britain wants immediate ceasefire LONDON, Wednesday THE Tory Government of Britain has asked the United Nations headquarters in New York to bring about an immediate ceasefire in Katanga, it was disclosed in London last night. The disclosure came as the Macmillan Government, facing heavy flre over its Congo policy,

THIS IS UTTERLY ABSURD, SAYS DR. LINNER [ARTICLE]

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THIS IS UTTERLY ABSURD, SAYS DR. LINNER JJEW YORK. Wed— State, ments attributed to Dr. Sture I. inner. U.N. representative in the Congo about U.N. aims' in Katanga which were among matters cited by Britain in withholding delivery of a promised bomb consignment were described yesterday as "utterly absurd" by

TUNISIA TO SEND MILITARY CONTINGENT TO CONGO [ARTICLE]

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TUNISIA TO SEND MILITARY CONTINGENT TO CONGO TT7NIS, Wed. The Tunisian Government has decided to send a military contingent to the Congo to reinforce United Nations forces there. It was officially announced here yesterday. The decision was taken in response to a note 10 the Tunisian Government lrom U Thant.

Be Proud of Your English [ARTICLE]

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Be Proud of Your English You are Judged by the Way You Speak and Write Are you content with the way you speak and write? Are you sure that you are not making mistakes that cause people to underrate you? You are judged by your English. Thousands of men and

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DON'T WAIT FOR A FIRE' [ARTICLE]

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DON'T WAIT FOR A FIRE' Govt. urged to buy crowded areas for resale to residents SINGAPORE, Wednesday. [)ATO Abdul Hamid bin Haji Jumat (Alliance Geylang Serai) urged the Government tonight to acquire congested areas and sell plots back to present residents instead of waiting for "another Bukit Ho Swee fire"

AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES [ARTICLE]

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AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES THE following is today's achedui« of civil alrcrait movements at Paya Lebar airport, Singapore. ARRIVALS BO AC From Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin (BA 711) 6 ajn.; from London, Zurich. Beirut, Bombay, Colombo (BA 788) 4.15 am.; Irom Tokyo. Manila (BA 941) 6.05 p-m.; Irom London, Zurich, Istanbul,

ARMED THUGS STAB A TOWKAY WHO RESISTED [ARTICLE]

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ARMED THUGS STAB A TOWKAY WHO RESISTED SINGAPORE, Wed.— A provision shop proprietor, Chay Siong Kay. 67, was stabbed in both arms, when he resisted three armed robbers in his shop at Waterloo Street at dawn today. Chay was admitted to the General Hospital. The thugs, armed with knives bound,

Both honest witnesses says DPP [ARTICLE]

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Both honest witnesses says DPP SINGAPORE, Wed. Ahmad bin Abu, the driver of pepper merchant Tan Toh Teng, who is alleged to have been abducted and confined by six men, was described In the Assize Court today as "stupid" by both the defence and prosecution. Defence counsel. Mr. Lee Kirn

Seamen's talks on better wages [ARTICLE]

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Seamen's talks on better wages CINGAPORE, Wed. The Singapore National Seamen's Union has begun negotiations for wage increases and better terms of service for 3,000 seamen employed in local and foreign-going ships. The union's chairman, Inche Ariffln bin All, and secre-tary-general Mr. Teng Tlan Kum, In a signed statement today

The day H-bombs fell on the U.S. [ARTICLE]

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The day H-bombs fell on the U.S. Do you remember the day the H-bombs fell on the U.S.? Yes, it did happen, following an air crash, but fortunately they did not detonate. But there was still the danger of radio-activity from a damaged bomb. The dramatic story of this episode

$394 mil. spending approved [ARTICLE]

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$394 mil. spending approved SINGAPORE, Wed.— After a five-day debate, the Legislative Assembly tonight completed deliberations In committee on the estimates for next year. The House approved expenditure of $394 million for 1962, with the largest sum allocated for the Ministry of Education ($B9 million) Tomorrow, the House will debate

Orphans' treat [ARTICLE]

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Orphans' treat SINGAPORE, Wed.—Members of Majlis Anglican an adult group of St. Andrews Cathedral Singapore. will entertain 85 orphans at a Christmas party to be held at the Lee Kuo Chuan Nursery, at 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Xmas concert [ARTICLE]

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Xmas concert SINGAPORE. Wed. The pupils of YWCA evening schools will hold a Christmas concert and exhibition of work at 5.15 p.m. on Friday at the YWCA, 5. Raffles Quay.

RATION ZONES [ARTICLE]

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RATION ZONES SINGAPORE, Wed Water will be shut off tomorrow from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in ZONES THREE and FOUR and from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. in ZONES SIX and SEVEN.

Nanyang: 'Hopes of settlement' [ARTICLE]

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Nanyang: 'Hopes of settlement' SINGAPORE. Wed rpHE Education Minister, Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin, told the Legislative Assembly today that the Government had hopes that the differences with the Nanyang University would be settled in the coming year. He said that if it was possible to settle the matter to the

3,600 MEN TOOK PART IN SECURITY EXERCISE [ARTICLE]

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3,600 MEN TOOK PART IN SECURITY EXERCISE SINGAPORE, Wed.— More than 3,600 British troops and local police took part in an internal security exercise, which began yesterday and ended tonight. During the exercise, the RAF. successfully tested a voice aircraft over built-up areas of the city, mainly over the western

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Singapore diary. POLICE BAND: Performance Malay class U ajn.. Chinese at Katong Park, 7.30 pjn. to panning 10 ajn. and 5 p.m. BOWCROFT THFATRF- Y.W.C.A. (Outram Road). •P?reweU^S!eweU «52?- at ChUdrens free Übrary and toy Ayer Rajah Road, 8.30 pjn corner 3 pjn TSLC^.. Mandarin class GEYLANG STRAITS CHIN--530 pm.,

Why we ban Red publications—by Singapore Govt. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Why we ban Red publications by Singapore Govt. IT MIGHT EMBARRASS THE FEDERATION... SINGAPORE, Wednesday DEFENDING th c ban on Communist publications entering the country, the Minister for Home Affairs, Mr. Ong Pang Boon, last night said this policy was necessary to save the Federation Government from embarrassment. Mr. Ong,

The birth of a national party [ARTICLE]

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The birth of a national party iri.U.A LLMPIR, Wed. An inaugural meeting of a national political party, the United Sabah National Organisation, will be held at Kudat. North Borneo, on Dec. 23. The Minister of Health and Social Welfare. Dato Ong Yoke Lin, and the Assistant Minister of the Interior.

Lorry death [ARTICLE]

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Lorry death SINGAPORE. Wed— Foo Ah Kow, 20, one of rive labourers travelling on a lorry, was killed when it skidded and overturned in Chatsworth P'.ad today. Two others sustained serious Injuries after being thrown lie road.

Seven in Penang token walk-out [ARTICLE]

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Seven in Penang token walk-out PENANG, Wednesday. THE seven-man Socialist Front Opposition today staged a token walk-out from the State Legislative Assembly in protest against the arrests of seven of their party members in Kuala Lumpur last week. They left the Assembly chamber after their leader. Mr. D. S. Ramanathan,

TEARSand CHEERS FOR GROUPS [ARTICLE]

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TEARSand CHEERS FOR GROUPS I^UALA LUMPUR, Wed. There were tearful goodbye and happy welcome-home scenes at the airport here today for students leaving for Kirkby and teachers returning from the college. Eighty-six student teachers left for Kirkby. Britain, at 9.30 a.m. An hour later an equal number of teachers returned

Wider roads for Penang [ARTICLE]

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Wider roads for Penang PENANG, Wed. George Town Is to have wider roads In future. Mr. N. Patkunam. the Deputy Mayor, told the City Council yesterday The council, he said, would now insist on roads with a width of 40 feet as against 18 feet in the past.

Methodist conference opens [ARTICLE]

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Methodist conference opens KUALA LUMPUR. Wed Dr. H. B. Amstutz. the Methodist Bishop of SouthEast Asia, today opened the 67th session ol the Malaya annual conference of the Methodist churches here. More than 200 delegates and ministers representing over 10.000 Methodists in English and Tamil-speaking congregations are attending the conference

26 strikers in court [ARTICLE]

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26 strikers in court SINGAPORE. Wed—Twen-ty-six striking employees of Hua Heng Rubber Factory in Jurong were charged in a magistrate's court today with obstruction under the Trade Disputes Ordinance. They were alleged to have committed the offence at the entrance of the factory on Dec. 5. All pleaded not guilty

Birthday pajrty [ARTICLE]

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Birthday pajrty KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Tne Minister of the Union of Burma. U Mya Bein. will hold a reception at the Lake Club to mark Burma's independence day on Jan. 4 at 7 p.m.

Better deal in replanting for smallholders [ARTICLE]

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Better deal in replanting for smallholders I/UALA LUMPUR. Wed.— Plans are being worked out to make the smallholders' replanting scheme more attractive. Because of this, the Rubber Industry < Replanting) Board's drive to get more smallholders to Join the scheme may be extended. The campaign, codenamed "Operation Ulu." which started

FINE FOR SELLING STOLEN BROOCH [ARTICLE]

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FINE FOR SELLING STOLEN BROOCH SEREMBAN, Wed. A woman who helped to dispose of a $500 diamond brooch stolen from the State Secretary, Negri Sembilan. was today fined $200 or one month's Jail. Mariam blnte Awang Teh, 35. from Kelantan. sold the brooch belonging to Raja Kamarazaman to a Jewellery

To act as deputy director [ARTICLE]

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To act as deputy director IPOH. '..ed. Dr. L. W. Jeyasuria, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Perak, leaves on Friday on promotion to Kuala Lumpur as acting Deputy Director of Health Services, Federation. He has been succeeded here by Dr. K. L. Verghese, head of Medical and Health Services. Negrl

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All just dizzy—with fallout on the mind... [ARTICLE]

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All just dizzy— with fallout on the mind... KUALA LUMPUR Wednesday J)OCTORS in the Federal capital have been asked by a number of people in the past week whether radioactive fallout has had anything to do with their dizzy spells. This morning, the European head of a commercial organisation here

RAJA MUDA IS HOME FOR HIS SCHOOL HOLIDAY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RAJA MUDA IS HOME FOR HIS SCHOOL HOLIDAY THE RAJA MUDA of Srlangor. Tengku Idris Shah, who returned to Kuala Lumpur yestrrdav from Australia to spend his twomonth school holiday. Tenjiku Idris Shah. 14. eldest son of the Sultan of Selaneor. attends Hale School in Perth, where he recently passed

Fresh pineapples for export: Help from the Govt [ARTICLE]

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Fresh pineapples for export: Help from the Govt KUALA LUMPUR. Wednesday. npHE Ministry of Commerce and Industry is to in- vestigate the possibility of exporting fresh pineapples. Inche Abdul Wahab bin Abdullah. Deputy Controller of the Export Commodities Kon. said today that so o fresh pineapples had exported from Malaya.

Club dance [ARTICLE]

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Club dance PENANG. Wed— The Chinese Swimming Club will hold its annual Christmas Eve dance at Tan]ong Bungah from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

He dies after making coffin [ARTICLE]

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He dies after making coffin BENTONG. Wed.— A carpenter, Ling Cheong Wah, 53. died in the district hospital here yesterday with suspected caustic soda poisoning. He was found in agony in the bathroom of his brother's house soon after he completed making a coffin.

Welfare council [ARTICLE]

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Welfare council KAJANG. Wed.— A Government Servants" Welfare and Recreational Council has been formed here.

Assembly 'no' to bid to arrest prayer dodgers [ARTICLE]

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Assembly 'no' to bid to arrest prayer dodgers l/UANTAN. Wed. The Pahang Legislative Assembly rejected today a suggestion that Its Religious Affairs Department be empowered to arrest Muslims who failed to attend the weekly Fridayprayers from 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. Hajl Abdul Aziz bin Ahmad (All-Beserahi. a member of

FIRST OFFENDERS IN SINGAPORE JAILS [ARTICLE]

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FIRST OFFENDERS IN SINGAPORE JAILS SINGAPORE. Wc-dnrsday. DURING the first 10 months of this year. 775 first offenders were jailed for six months or less In Singapore, according to the Minister for Home Affairs. Mr. Ong Pang Boon. He gave this information In a written answer to Mr. David Marshall,

HALAL [ARTICLE]

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HALAL A warning on use of word on label KLANG. Wed-Manufactur-ing firms in Gelangor have been advised not to use the word "hiilal"— permissible for Muslins— on the labels of any tmned foodstuiTs produced by them unless they have received official permission The necessaiy authorisation should come from the Selangor

Insurance firm is fined $1,000 in accounts case [ARTICLE]

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Insurance firm is fined $1,000 in accounts case PENANG. Wed. "THE Poh Sin Assurance Company, of Clntra Street, Penang. and its three directors, including two women a mother and daughter were today fined a total of $1,000 for failing to submit the company's accounts and balance sheets to the Federation

Food ban lifted [ARTICLE]

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Food ban lifted KUALA LUMPUR, Wed The Government ban on imports of fresh and frozen fruits, vegetables, moat ana meat products from Honk Kong, the Cnina coa Formosa has been lifted. The ban was impo.s< ■<. months ago because of t".\ outbreak of cholera.

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New view in big countries will assist Malaya [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New view in big countries will assist Malaya 'REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE' IN TRADE ATTITUDES AT G ATT MEETING KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday INDUSTRIAL countries are undergoing a "revolutionary change" in their attitude towards the trade problems of less developed countries like Malaya. The Secretary for Commerce and Industry, Raja Mohar bin Raja

IMPRESARIOS UNITE TO BRING ASIANS BETTER MUSIC [ARTICLE]

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IMPRESARIOS UNITE TO BRING ASIANS BETTER MUSIC SINGAPORE, Wed.— Leading music promoters from four countries today inaugurated the Impresarios Association of the Far East with the aim of enhancing music as a profession and raising its standards in the Far East. The man who first proposed the idea, Mr. Alfredo

Malaysia: Dato Ong leads team to CPA talks [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia: Dato Ong leads team to CPA talks KUALA LUMPUR. Wednesday. JHE second meeting of the solidarity consultative committee of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association at Kuching on Dec. 18 and 19 will clarify all matters regarding the proposed Malaysia before the arrival of the Malaysia Commission early next year. The

Poppy fund [ARTICLE]

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Poppy fund KAJANG, Wed. The Poppy Dny Appeal F'and here has raised $1,100 in sales of popples in the Ulu Langat district.

Top KL post for S'pore architect [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Top KL post for S'pore architect AN ARCHITECT, from Singapore, Mr. S. P. Chow, 38 (above), has moved up to take charge of the Kuala Lumpur .Municipal Architect Department following the retirement of the Municipal Architect, Mr. Eric Taylor. He was Mr. Taylor's deputy. Mr. Chow was born in Singapore

Members: Umno confident [ARTICLE]

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Members: Umno confident KUALA LUMPUR, Wed The Umno headquarters here is confident that its membership drive will achieve ,ts target of 100,000 new members. Inche Hussein Nordin. the secretary general, said today that 120.000 membership forms had been sent out since the drive was launched in October.

Medals for 475 [ARTICLE]

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Medals for 475 IPOH. Wed.— A total of 475 blood donors in Ipoh and Talplng will get medals at a ceremony to be held here before Christmas.

Power boycott: Rates cut [ARTICLE]

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Power boycott: Rates cut KANGAR, Wed— TheLun Sum Sun Electricity Company has offered to reduce the rates for 100 Simpang Ampat householders who have refused to use electricity supplied by ait company. This offer was made at a meeting called yesterday by the President of the Kangar Town Council, Inche

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INTIMIDATION, ASSAULT IN THE WORK BRIGADE [ARTICLE]

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INTIMIDATION, ASSAULT IN THE WORK BRIGADE SINGAPORE, Wednesday. THE Minister for National Development, Mr. Tan Kia Gan, said today that many cases of fighting, assault and intimidation had been reported in several Work Brigade camps. About 180 Work Brigade members at the Paya i-ebar camp went on strike a week

Plea to cut service divorces [ARTICLE]

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Plea to cut service divorces fJUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Religious officers of the Federation Armed Forces want divorces made more difficult for Muslim servicemen. They decided at a meeting here last night to ask that Muslim servicemen should be forbidden to marry or divorce without consulting them. The decision will be

Scouts chief [ARTICLE]

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Scouts chief IPOH. Wed. Mr. R. E. Pereira has been appointed District Commissioner of the Ipoh Boys' Scout Association, replacing Mr. Khoo Kok Hean, who has resigned.

A decree and daughter to doctor [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A decree and daughter to doctor KUALA LUMPUR, Wed.— Dr. Grace Chen Chow Wei (above) who petitioned Tor divorce from Liao Man, alias Man Luen, a former major-general in the Chinese Nationalist Army, was today granted i decree nisi, to be made absolute in three months. Mr. Justice Suflian ordered

3 KILLED, 7 HURT IN JUNGLE ACCIDENT [ARTICLE]

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3 KILLED, 7 HURT IN JUNGLE ACCIDENT IPOH. Wed.— Residents A of Ipoh are among the people killed and injured in an accident on Sunday night In deep jungle on the Thai side of the border with Malaya. According to a cable received here today by Senator Yeoh Klan Telk.

BROTHERS ON A MURDER CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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BROTHERS ON A MURDER CHARGE SINGAPORE. Wed. Two brothers, aged 10 and 11. wore charged in the Ninth Magistrates Court today with the murder of a nine-year-old boy. They were alleged to have committed the oiTonce at Lorong 35. Geylang. at about 12.15 p.m. yesterday. No plea was recorded. Both

Pahang passes Budget estimates [ARTICLE]

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Pahang passes Budget estimates JyUANTAN. Wed. The Pahang Legislative Assembly today approved the expenditure of $34 million for 1962 when it adopted the State Budget estimates. Revenue for next year is estimated at $32 million. Out of the expenditure of $34 million, a total of $22 million has been set

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A team of dedicated specialists carry on the work of Dr. Dooley [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A team of dedicated specialists carry on the work of Dr. Dooley JEFFERY FRANCIS STRAITS TIMES SPECIAL FEATURE By BEHIND the closed door ol the operating theatre, the surgeon made an incision in the abdomen of a critically ill patient. His skilled hands moved carefully and gently. Now and again.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS in M orit III) (Minimum) Mn and MRS. Benjamin Ellas Ibetr i"mnu and assistance at the aa io rj 61. MR AND MRS. B. A. P.Sna«tnK»l« -ndn and relative* who atthe weddm» of their eldest daiu-ht-r PtJ*MOy to Mr. Sri PWSM on B I ••SI.

The Straits Times. Thursday. December 14, 1961. The Choice for U.N. [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. Thursday. December 14, 1961. The Choice for U.N. It is hard to imapne any circumstance in which a United Nations' effort tc establish a cease-fire would be wrong. The Katanga battle in which a United Nations' f-jree is engaged, is no exception. No doubt it is necessary

The King In India [ARTICLE]

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The King In India Formal court visits, of which the present state visit of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to republican India is a lineai descendant, have been familial events in India over countless centuries, and this one is very far from being the first since Indian independence in 1947. Naturally

X-ray Service [ARTICLE]

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X-ray Service "Is it possible to have a l'ree chest X-ray donr» in Kuala Lumpur?" This inquiry put to the Lady Templer Hospita: by telephone this week elicited a hesitant reply tha* the caiiei should contact the Geneia. Hospital. Asked tho same question, some-one at the General Hospital said the

Frayed friendship is all that remains... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Frayed friendship is all that remains DENIS WARNER A YEAR AGO IT WAS SAID TO BE AS HIGH AS THE HIMALAYAS-AND NOW by The second of two articles LITTLE except the formal treaty o b I igations and the certainty that in the event of war they would be allies

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Homes that are continually flooded [LETTER]

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Homes that are continually flooded DURING the rainy season labourers living in Ihe P.W.D. quarters in Jalan Lama, opposite the Sea View Theatre, suffer a lot. When there is heavy rain and a high tide the houses are flooded. The usual depth is about two ieet inside the houses. The

DANGER JUNCTION IN SINGAPORE [LETTER]

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DANGER JUNCTION IN SINGAPORE SEVERAL accidents have already occurred at the junction of Tanglin Road and Margaret Drive ana many more will occur if nothing is done to minimise the danger of accidents at this junction. In fact, not a day goes by without an accident or a near accident

BOYISH AND WITHOUT BARK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BOYISH AND WITHOUT BARK Heusinger is again the target of renewed Russian attacks ONDON, Wed.— General Adolf Heusinger, target of renewed Soviet attacks, is a boyish-looking 64. It is a year today since the Nato chiefs of staff, under Admiral Earl Mountbatten, unanimously chose him to preside over their permanent

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Miss Aw withdraws her action [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Miss Aw withdraws her action CHIA POTEIK MORE QUESTIONS BY FIRM'S Q.C. THEN CASE ENDS SUDDENLY AFTER LUNCH by- Singapore, Wad. QUESTION (during cross-examination): DO YOU SUGGEST THAT ALL YOUR BROTHERS, SISTERS, COU SINS AND NIECES ARE WRONG AND YOU ARE RIGHT? ANSWER: NO, I AM NOT SUGGESTING THAT AT

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Murder trial accused dismisses lawyers, conducts own case [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Murder trial accused dismisses lawyers, conducts own case CHAN KWAN HOI LEE TELLS OF HIS MOVEMENTS THE NIGHT MILLIONAIRE FOO YET KAI WAS SHOT DEAD By IPOH. Wednesday i;E FOOK SAM, 40, one of two men charged with the murder of millionaire tin miner Foo Yet Kai, today dispensed with

More Chinese schools in [ARTICLE]

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More Chinese schools in IV U ALA LUMPUR Wed. Most of the Chinese secondary schools In North Malaya have decided to accept full Government assistance, a Ministry of Education statement said today. They Include the majority of the schools In Penang and Province Wellesley. In Pahang. all the eight Chinese

INQUIRY INTO LOST AUSTER [ARTICLE]

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INQUIRY INTO LOST AUSTER KUALA LUMPUR. Wed An official Inquiry hat begun Into the circumstances surrounding the crash of a British Army Auster plane in the Kedah-Thailand bor- 1 der region on Nov. 22. An army spokesman said toJay that, while the air search had been abandoned, the ground hunt

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Luthuli receives award [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Luthuli receives award NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER AT OSLO CEREMONY ALBERT JOHN LUTHULI. the former Zulu chief, receives the Nobel Peace Prize from Vr. Gunnar Jahn, president of the Norwegian Peace Prize Committee. Mr. Luthuli was allowed 10 days by the South African Government to travel to Oslo, receive his

A censure motion in French Assembly [ARTICLE]

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A censure motion in French Assembly PARIS. Wed. Sixtyone Socialist and Radical deputies last night tabled a censure motion against the Government which is expected to leave the Prime Minister, Mr. Michel Debre. facing attacks from both the left and right wing in the National Assembly when it is debated

Big 4 report to Nato accord on Berlin probe [ARTICLE]

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Big 4 report to Nato accord on Berlin probe PARIS, Wednesday. 'pHE Big Four Western Foreign Ministers report to the 15-nation Nato Ministerial Council today on their agreement that the West should continue its probe of Soviet in- tentions on Berlin. The British, French, United States and West German Ministers

WARNING ON INFLATION IN BRITAIN [ARTICLE]

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WARNING ON INFLATION IN BRITAIN T ONDON, Wed. British Government expenditure, now running at nearly 1 8.400 million a y«*ar, must grow to at least £10,--000 million by 1970 under present policies, according to a booklet published by Aims of Industry, a big business research and educational organisation. If inflation

DEAR SANTA: I WANT A GUN TO SHOOT MY DADDY... [ARTICLE]

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DEAR SANTA: I WANT A GUN TO SHOOT MY DADDY... YEW YORK. Wed. An exhibition of letters letters to Santa Claus was opened here yesterday. The show was given by the New York post office, which gets some 5.000 ouch letters each year. One boy wrote: 'I want a gun

A call for Korea talks [ARTICLE]

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A call for Korea talks UNITED NATIONS. Wed— Indonesia proposed yesterday that a special conference be called by the U.N. to consider the division of Korea and seek a peaceful settlement of the long-standing dispute. Mr. Sukardjo Wlrjopranoto, Indonesia's resident representative, made the proposal suggesting that the conference be held

The Common Market and the US—by Mr. Ball [ARTICLE]

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The Common Market and the US— by Mr. Ball WASHINGTON, Wed. Mr. George Ball. Undersecretary of State, said yesterday the United States was not going to join the European Common Market, but if President Kennedy were "given the kind pf tools we regard as essential" the U.S. could lead the

'Two Chinas' solution of UN seating impasse proposed [ARTICLE]

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'Two Chinas' solution of UN seating impasse proposed NEW YORK, Wed. CIERRA LEONE yesterday expressed support lor having two Chinas in the United Nations, and said a committee should be appointed to point the way towards a solution of the Chinese representation problem. Mr. Gershon Collier, Sierra Leone's resident UN.

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VARIATIONS ON THE NUTTY THEME FOR A HOLIDAY TURKEY A BRAZIL nut stuffing for holiday turkey provides at least four variations. So if you are planning anything next week these will be of help. Make the basic stuffing this way. Melt half cup of butter in a saucepan or skillet.

BEAUTY ON TIME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BEAUTY ON TIME A 40-minute chart for make-up to stay on gEVERAL years ago Miss Marie Chen was just a pretty girl absorbed in a career which gave her no time for beauty. She was a midwife and the talk about beauty and what women did to look smart and

World of make-believe [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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World of make-believe lITOODLAND sylphs in tT billowy white drapes Mill sway with grace and rhythm on the stage when (lose Eberwein and her ballet group provide the opening ballet of "Peter Pan" at the Victoria Thea- tre, Singapore, on Saturday night. They will be seen In four ballet sequences,

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS be In town (6, 9). 4 Actor and foreign king return 5 It's clear about the Insect from the lake (8). needing fruit (8). 8 Savage finds materials for fire 6 Mature person's head nosy the church (8). thing foreign about It (5). 9 A pitfall

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE, Wed INVESTMENT shares were trad- ed aloiw Keady lines. B»se metals were steady but ML ls» eased Is. 3d. to 695. Oils were firmer. Centra Norseman gained 2s. 3d. to 395. 3d. 1 Commonwealth bonds were steady. Cob. Zinc 61/41 Mount Isa 69,3 Herald SS/7i N.B. Hill

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES yME Malayan Ciohangt Banka' 1 Allocution made thCM chanxea tn Ita rates to merchant! yesterday: London- aclllng, T.T. or O.D 34: nuyinic T.T. 2 4 1/K. OD. 2/4 832, 30 d/st 3/4 5/16. 4.1 d/Kt 2/4 3/ft. 60 d/at 2/4 7/16, 90 d/st 2/4 9/16. 120 d/at 2/4

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JANUARY flrtt grade rubber buyer! J f.e.b. closed In Singapore yesterday at 7 l >< cents per Ib up II cents on Tuesday.* price. The tone was steady. S.C.C.R. A. closing prices tn cents per b. yerterday: Int. 1 R.s.s. Prompt fob. buyers 771, sellers 771: Int. 1

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES SINGAPORE. Dec. 13. RUBBER: 782 cents per Ib. (up Ii cents). 5 p.m. unofficial close: ?8i cents (steady). TIN: 5477.50 per picul (down |S). Estimated unofficial offering 280 tons (up 40 tons).

Guthrie results [ARTICLE]

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Guthrie results Output from the estates and mines in the Guthrie Ajency (Malaya) Ltd. Group for November ar.d for 19K1 to date In bracket* are as follows:— robber 8 XXXXX0 ib (8d.879.000 Ib.), tea (black) 151.000 Ib. (1616.400 Ib). palm oil 2.1 Go tons (22.066 tons), palm kernels 5iC tons

$ BETTER AGAINST POUND; TIN SHARES ARE EASIER [ARTICLE]

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BETTER AGAINST POUND; TIN SHARES ARE EASIER By Our Market Correspondent THE Malayan dollar for the second time in three trading days again improved by one thirtysecond of a penny in relationship to the pound. Yesterday for the first time since March 20 the Malayan dollar returned to its "middle

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock Indices: Dec.l 2 Dec. 13 Industrial*: 138.87 158.13 Tins: 293.76 291.29 S rubbers: 211.44 211.44 Jan. 1 1938=100.

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS on the Malayan Stock Exchange. Federation section yesterday with the number of deals in brackets: Industrials Gammon JI.SO OL. (1.00O) 51.66 ON. IICOOO) 11.63: J. Waueh (1.0O0» $1.»:»: Cold Btore (3.000) *2.M xd. (2.000) $2.32t xd: S. Times < 1.000) $3.04; L\E. orda (1.000) |Ul| Wearne

Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Singapore BUSINESS ii. the Singapore trading ro-.;n Industrials: Dunlopn (5,000* 51. 13 8M: Kast Smelting (300) (2.53 SI.. n.OOO) J2.55; Fltzpatrlcks <I.O0O) tI.TO: T. and N. orda (S.OOO) 52.45; Gammon 112.000) $1.63 D, 8M: G. Park (l.OUO) 52.30 cd: M. Cement (600) $2 21 8L: Rothman* (1,000) 51. 13). I.K.

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT CHIPS lying along tiat the Slngapera whar¥et today are: Lovcen 40/41, Rutheverett 6A. Hwa An 23/24. Klraten Maerek 19, Hawaii Maru SB/». Orna 45. President Madison 13/14. Hoko Maru 27/28. Martlnlqua.Un 38/39 K?Vhi. B Pedon V2> Outer reads: Uan Hln. Elpenor. Klra Ouan. Jamea Btove. Ferndale. Ah

RUBBER CROPS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER CROPS Further November rubber crops included:— Aver Panas 166.000 Ib Kluana; &6.500 Ib.. Pajam 215.500 Ib. and I'lu Benat 60.000 Ib

Metal price falls $2: Reduced rubber imports [ARTICLE]

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Metal price falls $2: Reduced rubber imports A FURTHER improve- ment in the statutory rate of the Malayan dollar against the pound yesterday contributed to a drop of S2 in the Singapore tin price. The noon price was quoted at $477.50 per picul on an offering increased by in estimated

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES Chinese Product E <ehang« Singapore, noon prlett par picul y*it*rday: Cccwiut ail: bulk 535 Mllera. drum S3S tUrrr. Opra December UK/ Continent 523 buyer*. »2S» Mllera. Ptpper: Muntok white JISS Mller*. Sarawak 1162 i mllerp, ipeclal fUrawak Mark nSh arllcr*. garbled LampoßK black (127 i mllcra. Lampoos black

GAZETTED PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTED PRICES 'pHE Federation Minister of Finance has fixed these prices for calculating custom* duties for the week beginning on Dec 14. Robber 76 cents a Ib oprj $400 a ton. Coconut oil 5604 a ton Palm oil 5654.25 a ton Palm kernel* $312 a ton The rates of duties

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CASH BOX PAYS $11, JOALEEN SHOCKS WITH $171 RETURN [ARTICLE]

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Ten horses entered for S'pore St Leger on New Year's Eve [ARTICLE]

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Ten horses entered for S'pore St Leger on New Year's Eve SINGAPORE, Wed. rERE are ten entries for the Singapore St. Leger to be run at Bukit Timah on New Years Eve, the last day of the three-day meeting (Dec. 24, 27 and 31). The St. Leger entries comprise seven

SCHEDULE OF RACING [ARTICLE]

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SCHEDULE OF RACING FIRST DAT: Class 1 Dlvs. 1 and 2— 1 mile: Class 3 Dlvs 1. 2. 3. 4 and 5 6f; Dlvs. 1 and 2—l mile. SECOND DAY: Class 1 Dlvs. 1, 2 and 3 6f Div. 3— 1 mile: Class 3 Dlvs. 1. 2 and 3 8f

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SEAP GAMES

Lily Tan, Kah Liew and Eah Yoon score fine victories [ARTICLE]

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Lily Tan, Kah Liew and Eah Yoon score fine victories RANGOON, Wednesday. jyjALAYA'S Lily Tan scored a brilliant split second victory over Grade Carr of Burma in the women's 80 metres hurdles final on the third day of the second South East Asia Peninsula Games here today. The Malayan hurdler

Singapore's Foong Cup hopes [ARTICLE]

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Singapore's Foong Cup hopes S~INGAPORE. Wed. Singapore selectors are confident Singapore will challenge Penang for the Foong beong Cup inter-state badminton championship at Malacca at the end of the month. Singapore will meet Perak In the zone final at Maiacca on Dec. 27 and 28 for the right to meet

MALAYANS CLEAR FIRST ROUND [ARTICLE]

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MALAYANS CLEAR FIRST ROUND BADMINTON RANGOON, Wed. Malaya and Thailand dominated the first round of the SEAP Games badminton competition which began last night. Malayan and Thai players gained convincing wins over Laotian and Burmese opponents. Teh Kew San of Malaya had an easy 15-7, 15-6 victory over S. P.

Best Empire Games yet is Perth aim [ARTICLE]

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Best Empire Games yet is Perth aim MELBOURNE Wed. Preparations for the Pertl" Empire. Games next year were further advanced than for any previous Games at the same stage, organising officials said yesterday. The chairman of the organising council. Sir Harry Howard, said: "There is every reason to feel optimistic

Nine for India tournament [ARTICLE]

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Nine for India tournament AHMEDABAD, Wed.— Nine countries have so far agieed to take part in the lnterna tional hockey tournament her* early next month. They are Japan, Malaya. Holland, Poland, New Zealand. Australia, the United Arab Republic, Germany and Inila. A reply Is awaited from Pakistan. Reuter.

SEAP Games results [ARTICLE]

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SEAP Games results ATHLETICS WOMEN'S 80 METRES HIKDLES: 1 LUy Tan (Malaya) 12.35; 2 Oracle Carr (Burma) 12.45; 3 Evelyn Lee (Spore) 1235. 100 METRES: 1 S. Manyagas (Thailand) 10.45; 2 M. Jegathe-. San (Malaya) 10.65; 3 Low Sin .Chroic (Spore) 10.95. HOP, STEP AND JUMP: 1 Tan Eng Yoon

JAISIMHA HITS 127 AS INDIA GET 253-3 [ARTICLE]

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JAISIMHA HITS 127 AS INDIA GET 253-3 INDIA 1ST. INNS. JAISIMHA c and b D. Smith 127 CONTRACTOR C Pullar b Lock 39 MANJRKKAjR not out 61 PATAUDI c Rlchandson b Allen 13 I'MRIGAR not out 8 Extras 5 Toul (for 3 wkU>.) 253 To Bat: Borde. Duranl, Krtpal 81ngh.

Convent in the final [ARTICLE]

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Convent in the final pENANO. Wed. Convent r entered the final of the Penang Inter-school (girls) badminton competition wTien they beat St. George's 4-1 here last night. Convent will meet Methodist Girls' School, the" title holders, in the final. Results (Convent first) Khoc Choon Guat bt Tan Lay See 11-5.

Schools games postponed [ARTICLE]

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Schools games postponed SEREMBAN, Wed. Heavy rain here this afternoon caused the postponement of the schoolboys and schoolgirls International hockey matches between Malaya and Singapore scheduled for play this evening. Both matches will be played tomorrow morning, the girls at 7.30 and the boys at 8.30. at Negri padang.

SPORTS SUMMARY [ARTICLE]

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SPORTS SUMMARY SOCCER PENANG rUBLIC SERVICES KO S-FINAL: Prisons w.o. Port Commission. numau (Spore): Joyful Indians i, HMAs Qulckmatch 1 HOCKEY SPORE DIV. 1: SCC 3 University 1. IPOH DIV. 1: Andersonlans 3 YMCA 2; Dlv. 2; Kllat wx). R. Dragons. TAIPING LGE: 7th Bn RMR 13 Telecoms 0. CABLE

Selangor H.A. contribute $1,500 [ARTICLE]

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Selangor H.A. contribute $1,500 KUALA LUMPUR, Wed^Selangor Hockey Association has decided to contribute $1,500 towards the $30,000 needed by the Malayan Hockey Federation to send a team of 18 players to Ahmedabad, India, for the Internationa' tournament there next month The Federation of Malaya Olympic Council has contributed $10,000. The

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RUGGER SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL: Malaya v Singapore (Merdeka Stadium 7 pjn.). CLUB MATCHES: VIOBA v The Blacks. Spore (Merdeka Stadium. 5.45); S'gor Club v Police 'padang); Wardieburn Wanderers v MBH (R. Range Rd.); Klang v RMAF (Klang) HOCKEY SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL: Malayan Rlrls v B"pore glrla (730 a.m.): Malayan boys v Spore

Wives-from-China question [ARTICLE]

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Wives-from-China question FEDERATION AGREEMENT ON RELAXED ENTRY LAWS IS AWAITED, SAYS HOME MINISTER THE Minister for Home Affairs, Mr. Ong Pang Boon, told the Legislative Assembly today that his Government has accepted a recommendation that the immigration laws should be relaxed to allow bona fide wives and children of Singapore

Charity ball [ARTICLE]

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Charity ball SINGAPORE. Wed. The Lions Club of Singapore East will hold a Christmas charity ball and dinner at 8 p.m. on Saturday at the Cathay Restaurant.

Show cancelled [ARTICLE]

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Show cancelled SINGAPORE. Wed. The film show to be held at India House tomorrow has been cancelled.

BOMB REQUEST DROPPED [ARTICLE]

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BOMB REQUEST DROPPED LONDON, Wed. U Thant, United Nations actingSecretary General, has withdrawn his request that Britain should supply .twenty-four 1.000-pound bombs for use by Indian Canberra .jets in the Congo. In a letter to the British delegation at the United Nations, whose text was released by the British Foreign

LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN LONDON, Wed—Stock markets! gave a highly satisfactory performance in London today but there was no marked Improvement In the volume of business. Prices responded to a selective demand and most sections closed higher. The further overnight advance on Wall Street and hopes of reductions in

THE REFERENDUM BILL -BASED on POLLS LAW [ARTICLE]

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THE REFERENDUM BILL -BASED on POLLS LAW- SINGAPORE, Wed. Details of the National Referendum Bill, based in the main on the Singapore Legislative Assembly Elections Ordinance, were given today. It proposes to empower the Yang di-Pertuan Negara to order a referendum on any matter in the public interest. Other main

Official hints at talks on Goa [ARTICLE]

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Official hints at talks on Goa NEW DELHI, Wed. 11 An Indian Govern ment official toda offered to negotiat with Portugal for th de Jure transfer o sovereignty over Goa provided Port v g a makes "a firm and un equivocal declaration' to quit Goa and otho enclaves in India.

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The weather UIGHEST and lowest temiXTutures in Malaya and Singapore for the period 8 p.m. Tuesday to 8 p.m. yesterday. Highest Lowest Kuala Lumpur 88 77 Kota Bliaru 84 73 Ponang 84 73 Ip<>h 84 72 Malacrn 88 72 Btncapofc 81 73