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The Straits Times, 15 December 1961

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVEBACE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 90,000 The Straits Times fit**** Estd. 1845. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1961 15 CENTS.

U.N. DENY SHELLING [ARTICLE]

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U.N. DENY SHELLING H|||iM|BBai«|»lMj|MflM 'Katangese fired on own positions' claim 'Atrocity story ruse by Tshombe' LEOPOLDVILLE, Thursday THE United Nations claimed today that President Tshombe's troops were mortaring their own positions in Elisabethville to create the impression of U.N. atrocities. Mr. Norman Ho, the U.N. spokesman in Leopoktville, denied thai

TSHOMBE'S FINAL PLEA' TO WORLD [ARTICLE]

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TSHOMBE'S FINAL PLEA' TO WORLD BRUSSELS, Thursday. pHESIDEXT Tshombe of Katanga last night said that Katanga was faced with an imminent mass attack by United Nations troops and made his "final appeal to the free world," the Katangese delegation in direct contact with Elisabethville reported here. The President said: "The

The first snow in the life —of Luthuli [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The first snow in the life —of Luthuli Luthuli, 1960 Nobel Pence Prize winner and former Zulu Chief, was intrigued by what was probably his first glimpse of snow, and indulged in a game of snowballs as he left the Royal Palace in Oslo after the official ceremony last Sunday.

FIRE: SISTERS DIE [ARTICLE]

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FIRE: SISTERS DIE LONDON, Thursday. fTHREE baby sisters died in their blazing home A at Gloucester today while their 21 -year-old mother stood helpless and screaming outside. The fire started while the mother was visiting a neighbour. The roof collapsed. The three girls, aged four, three and two, were trapped.

SINGAPORE'S $800 mil. INDUSTRIAL NEED [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE'S $800 mil. INDUSTRIAL NEED SINGAPORE, Thursday. THE Minister of Finance, Dr. Gob Keng Swee, tonight said that $800 million would be needed to push through a 10-year industrial programme for Singapore as recommended by United Nations experts. Speaking at the Legislative Assembly, he said such a plan would create

King and Queen see scars of Mutiny [ARTICLE]

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King and Queen see scars of Mutiny From 1 KRISHNA MOORTHY LUCKNOW. Thursday fTHE YANG di-Per- tuan Agong and his Consort today saw scarred walls and ruins of the 1857 Indian Mutiny at Lucknow. They also toured the great Imam Baral. where the Muslim festival of Muharram is celebrated. Their

SEAP GAMES Tan Howe Liang beaten [ARTICLE]

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SEAP GAMES Tan Howe Liang beaten RANGOON, Thurs. After Singapore high jumper A. S. Gill won a gold medal his team's third to date on the fourth day of the South-East Asia Peninsula Games here today, the Singapore team had a severe disappointment when their biggest certainty for a gold,

LATEST [ARTICLE]

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Berlin: Nato backs new approach [ARTICLE]

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Berlin: Nato backs new approach PARIS. Thurs. 'MATO ministers have given Britain and the United States authority to proceed with exploratory talks with Russia over Berlin. Lord Home, the British Foreign Secretary, told the 15-nation ministerial council meeting here yesterday that the time was ripe for a Western initiative toward.-

Pacts signed [ARTICLE]

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Pacts signed TOKYO, Thurs.— China and Burma yesterday signed two protocols, one on a technical co-operation agreement and the other on a rice purchase contract for 1982. the New China news agency reported.— U.P.I.

A-tests denial [ARTICLE]

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A-tests denial LONDON, Thurs.— Mr. Julian Amery. Secretary for Air. yesterday denied that new British atomic tests were being prepared at the Woomera Range in Australia. Reuter

Grandma Moses dies, 101 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Grandma Moses dies, 101 HOOSICK FALLS (New Vork>, Thurs Giandma Moses (above), a little old countrywoman who became nationally famous for her paintings of rural scenes, died yesterday at the age of 101. Her paintings, win h she began in her seventies, never won plaudits from highbrow art critics. But

MALAYA TELLS UN: SETTLE FORMOSA DISPUTE FIRST [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA TELLS UN: SETTLE FORMOSA DISPUTE FIRST Support in principle for Peking 'but look at its record* J^EW YORK, Thurs. Malaya supported in principle seating the Communist Chinese regime in the United Nations, but not before the dispute over Formosa was settled, the General Assembly was told yesterday. Dato Nik

Athens tremor [ARTICLE]

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Athens tremor ATHENS. Thurs.— A slight earth tremor was felt iiere las: night, but there were no reports of damage or casualties. —Reuter.

S-W Africa: U.N. committee will probe conditions [ARTICLE]

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S-W Africa: U.N. committee will probe conditions NEW YORK, Thursday. 'pHE United Nations Trusteeship Committee yesterday overwhelmingly voted to establish a seven-member committee to visit SouthWest Africa before next May 1 and arrange with South Africa for the mandated territory's early independence. The proposal was the key provision of a

Pioneer dies [ARTICLE]

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Pioneer dies NEW YORK, Thurs. Dr. Albert Hoyt Taylor. 82. who pioneered the development of radar in the United States, has died In California. Reuter.

Peace Corps [ARTICLE]

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Peace Corps BANGKOK, Thurs.— A group of 49 American Peace Corps volunteers will arrive here on Jan. 22 to assist in Thailand's education and public health programmes. Reuter.

-'Goa a cancer which must be removed' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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-'Goa a cancer which must be removed' NEW YORK, Thurs. Mr. C. S. Jha, India's permanent United Nations representative, denounced Portugal today for the "grossest kind of provocations/ He said Goa was a "cancer In the body politic of India that must be removed." Mr. Jha told a Press conference

New sphere... [ARTICLE]

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New sphere... TAIPEH. Thurs. Miss Nancy Kwan, who starred in the "World of Susie Wonp will visit Formosa next Spring to film "Corner of Heaven it was reported today.—Reuter.

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U Thant turns a cold shoulder to Britain [ARTICLE]

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U Thant turns a cold shoulder to Britain MANY NATIONS STRONGLY SUPPORT UN. ACTION IN KATANGA UNITED NATIONS. New York, Thursday f£HE ACTING secretary-general of the United Nations, U Thant, turned a cold shoulder last night to Britain's overtures for an •immediate Katanga ceasefire. Observers said that he came as

LABOUR CENSURES TORY CONGO 'VACILLATION' [ARTICLE]

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LABOUR CENSURES TORY CONGO 'VACILLATION' I ONDON, Thurs. The Labour Opposition last night tabled a motion censuring the British Government's "equivocal and vacillating" policies In the Congo. The motion, to be deb? ted in the House of Commons today, said these policies were throwing the gravest doubt on the Government's

Mercenaries: UN probe [ARTICLE]

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Mercenaries: UN probe NEW YORK. Thurs. U Than!, the acting United Nations secretary-general, lut night asked 11 countries to give information on their nationals said to be serving with the Katanga forces. He sent notes making the request to the chief deleKates of Britain. Belgium Denmark. France. Holland. Italy. Ireland.

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WHY RITA CANT STAY WED [ARTICLE]

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WHY RITA CANT STAY WED Five times married bat glamorous Rita Hayworth can't stay wed. Why? Read the revealing inside story exclusively in The Free Press today.

ROTARY CHRISTMAS TREES TO HELP CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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ROTARY CHRISTMAS TREES TO HELP CHILDREN SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The Singapore Rotary Club-West, will set up Christmas Trees in departmental stores and supermarkets in Singapore to collect gifts for children In Singapore hospitals. The trees will be set up at the Fitzpa tricks Supermarket, Robinsons and the Singapore Cold Storage Supermarket.

Squatter troubles: Barisan to blame, says Minister [ARTICLE]

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Squatter troubles: Barisan to blame, says Minister I DEMANDS MADE FOR 'FANTASTIC RATES OF COMPENSATION j SINGAPORE. Thurs. THE Minister for National Development, Mr. Tan Kia Gan, today charged Barisan Sosialis members with having fomented trouble among squatters and farmers by inciting them to ask for "fantastic*' rates of compensation

READY TO BEGIN BUILDING OF THE – $2m. CAR PARK [ARTICLE]

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READY TO BEGIN BUILDING OF THE $2m. CAR PARK SINGAPORE, Thurs. r[E Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, today told the Legislative Assembly that the construction of the $2 million multi-storey car park would begin as soon as negotiations with the Home Affairs Ministry on the take-over of the

EXPULSION OF OFFICIAL: UNION'S REASONS [ARTICLE]

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EXPULSION OF OFFICIAL: UNION'S REASONS i i SINGAPORE, Thurs. The Secretary-General of the United Workers of Petroleum Industry. Mr. Seah Mvi Kok. today explained that Mr. Kum Teng Hock, a union official, had been expelled because he was trying to "seize control of the union for his personal and political

Singapore River scheme now being revised [ARTICLE]

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Singapore River scheme now being revised SINGAPORE. Thurs. j- JTWE Finance Minis--1 ter. Dr. Goh Keng I Swee. today told the i Legislative Assembly i that, as a result of checks made by Government officials on the traffic in the Singapore River, the whole development scheme for that waterway was

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The diary] V.M.C.A.: Body building and weight limn?, 4.30 p.m.; Malay class. 6.30 pm Y.W.C.A. (Raffles Quay): Christmas concert and exhibition of work uy pupils of YWCA Evening Sohools, 5.15 p.m. ROWCROFT THEATRE: •Farewell. Farewell. Eugene", Rowcroft Theatre, Ayer Rajah Road. 8.30 p.ni. YWCA. "Outram Road): Children's fret library toy

SIX DAY WEEK: [ARTICLE]

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SIX DAY WEEK: SINGAPORE, Thurs. Improved version' for primary schools next year •JHE Singapore Government has come to a working arrangement with the four teachers' unions in the State for an "improved version" of the sixday week for primary schools from next year. Disclosing this during the Budget debate in

SAME PARTNERS DIVORCED AND WED AGAIN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SAME PARTNERS DIVORCED AND WED AGAIN KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. Malay soldiers who divorced their wives this year re-married them after a few months. There were 48 divorces among Muslim servicemen in the Federation in the past 11 months. Last year there were 73 divorces among servicemen. Yesterday, religious officers of

Lawyer fined for speeding [ARTICLE]

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Lawyer fined for speeding KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— A lawyer. Edgar Joseph, was fined $55 In the magistrate's court for speeding and driving without tall lights along Cheras Road on Jan. 8. He was fined $40 for speedIng and $15 on the second charge. He had pleaded guilty.

Course for 100 [ARTICLE]

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Course for 100 KUALA TRENGGANU. rhurs. The Minister of Transport. Inche Sardon bin Hajl Zublr. who is also the Umno youth leader, will open a course for 100 Umno youth leaders here tomorrow.

Censure move on hill road fails [ARTICLE]

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Censure move on hill road fails DENANG. Thurs. The leader of the Opposition, Mr. D. S. Ramanathan (Socialist Sungei Pinang), today criticised the State Government's handling of the Penang Hill road project. Moving a motion deploring the Governments "vacillating attitude" towards thla project. Mr. Ramanathan said that replies to questions

DOUBLE MURDER: POLICE OFFER $1,000 REWARD [ARTICLE]

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DOUBLE MURDER: POLICE OFFER $1,000 REWARD ALOR BTAR, Thurs.— Kedah and Perils police have offered a reward of $1,000 for Information leading to the arrest of a Perils padi planter wanted in connection with the murder of a woman and her daughter at Arau last September. Police described the man

S.F. man urges 'honest legislators' campaign [ARTICLE]

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S.F. man urges 'honest legislators' campaign pENANG. Thurs. A Socialis'. Fron', assemblyman, Mr Lee Kok Liang (Kota), today urged the Btate Government to take steps to convince the public that State Assemblymen and local councillors were not corrupt. "I would like to suggest to the Chief Minister the formation of

'Relaxachairs' for Qantas [ARTICLE]

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'Relaxachairs' for Qantas SINGAPORE, Thurs.— Qantas Airways today announced that all Qantas VJets passing through Singapore from mid-January will be equipped with the "re-laxa-chair" for first-class passengers at no extra fare. The "relaxachair" is a seat with a separate adjustable rest.

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STRAITS TIMES Royal Tour PHOTO SPECIAL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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STRAITS TIMES Royal Tour PHOTO SPECIAL ROYAL reflection at the TAJ MAHAL ONE of the highlights ol the Royal tour ol India was the visit by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and his Consort and daughter Salwah to the famous Taj Mahal. Built 400 years ago by 20.000 workmen on the

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The Lim Lian Geok case in Court of Appeal [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The Lim Lian Geok case in Court of Appeal THE LEGAL BATTLE FOR CITIZENSHIP Counsel argues about disloyalty JUDGMENT RESERVED KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday r |HE Chinese educationist, Lim Lian Geok, today appealed against a High Court decision relating to his legal battle to retain his citizenship. Two months ago, the

Why winding-up action was withdrawn [ARTICLE]

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Why winding-up action was withdrawn Four report of the proceedings in the High Court yesterday relating to the petition of Miss Aw Sian for the winding up of Haw Par Brothers Ltd., we said: "Mr. R. K. Booker, who with Mr. A. M. Ohows. represented Miss Aw, informed the court

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'Nothing vague in pact on bases' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Nothing vague in pact on bases' AIR SECRETARY ANSWERS MPs' QUERIES LONDON, Thursday. MR. JULIAN AMERY, Secretary for Air, said yesterday that he did not think there was'anything at all vague" in the recent Anglo-Ma-layan agreement on the future of British bases in* Singapore if a Malaysian Federation was set

V-bombers in Singapore: Question by Zilliacus [ARTICLE]

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V-bombers in Singapore: Question by Zilliacus LONDON, Thurs. A LABOUR Left-winger. Mr. Konni Zilliacus. asked in the House of Commons yesterday why British V- bombers based on Singapore were being "exercised for a contingency of a war with China." Mr. Julian Amery. Secretary for Air. replied: "No R.A.F. V-bombers are

Buffalo gores youth [ARTICLE]

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Buffalo gores youth KANGAR, Thurs. A buffalo gored a young farmer at Kampong Tok Kaya Kayang. nine miles from Kangar, yesterday. It then chased a group of girls, but they escaped. The farmer, Zakariah bin Hussaln. 19. was wounded In the stomach. His condition was reported this morning to be

Don't ape the film stars, says Mr. Chee (50 years wed) [ARTICLE]

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Don't ape the film stars, says Mr. Chee (50 years wed) pENANG. Thurs. An elderly couple prayed together yesterday just as they did 50 years ago at their wedding to of* fer thanks for their long happy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Chee Choon Lira both 70. celebrated their Golden

SCOUT HIKE TAKES A DAY LONGER [ARTICLE]

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SCOUT HIKE TAKES A DAY LONGER BATU GAJAH. Thursday. THE 23 Scouters and Scouts of the Sultan Yusof School here, who left early on Monday morning on a two-day hike to Ringlet in the Cameron Highlands, returned home last night, one day late. The group, led by Mr. L. Perelra.

Transfer of two ASPs [ARTICLE]

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Transfer of two ASPs KUALA KUBU BAHRL. Thurs. Asst. Supt. Pritam Singh of the CID headquarters, Kuala Lumpur, has resumed duties as OSPC, Kuala Kubu Bahru He replaces Asst. Supt. A. Vejayaratnam, who has oeen transferred to Kuala Lumpm as Offlcer-in-Charge, SecrfSocieties.

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Independence came to Sierra Leone like a Christmas present [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Independence came to Sierra Leone like a Christmas present PATRICK O'DONOVAN RACE RELATION HERE IS THE BEST IN AFRICA From It's a gentle backwater where progress is slow but steady and real FREETOWN (Sierra Leone)— From the sea il look like an earthly paradise. There is an enormous estuary cutting

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NOW HIS NAME WILL BE ENGRAVED ON PILLAR OF FAME [ARTICLE]

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NOW HIS NAME WILL BE ENGRAVED ON PILLAR OF FAME TWO days after his arrival in India, the Yang di-Pertuan Agong went duck shooting in Bharatpur as guest of the Maharajah. He bagged 15 birds. The shooting expedition took place in the Ghana Forest near the Maharajah's palace. It was

The King bags 15 birds in shooting expedition [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The King bags 15 birds in shooting expedition THE MAHARAJAH OF BHARATPUR the King's host at the shooting expedition.

Lucknow paper welcomes the Royal visitors [ARTICLE]

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Lucknow paper welcomes the Royal visitors YEW DELHI, Thurs. The 41 Lucknow National Herald today welcomed the Royal one-day visit to the State. In an editorial the paper commented: "It is fitting India should have the opportunity of welcoming the Paramount Ruler of Malaya and his Consort and to show

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A Royal shopping spree... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A Royal shopping spree... THE Raja Permaisuri Agong (above) examines some fabrics during her shopping at Khadi and Village Industries Emporium in New Delhi. Sharifah Salwah eldest daughter of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Raja Permaisuri Agong (centre) admires a n embroidered cloth during a shopping spree with her

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IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM M HWrft ilt (Minimum) CMEW inrmor> o' our hrlnvrd TUB, "'ho dird on W mmli mret on that i IN EVER LOVING Mrmr o>ar private Jamra Koh XXXXX.1 s I wrnt to he with th« Lord r;one hut not fi Inarrfd hv tali loving Dad. Rrothera and SttUM

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Seating Of Peking [ARTICLE]

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Seating Of Peking It remains improbable that present session of the General Assembly oi the United Nations will vote for the admission of Communist China. But the influence of the newer African members, and the realistic approach of sucn nembera as Sweden, Malaya and Ireland, plainly arc changing the problem.

Penang Budget [ARTICLE]

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Penang Budget A reduction in the water charge, announced in Penang State Assembly by the Chiei Minister, no doubt makes vei-y welcome news for the ratepayers. This concession, unusual in a year in which some other States are putting up their water rates Selangor is the latest has been made

Save the Caves [ARTICLE]

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Save the Caves The famous Batu limestone outcrop as it now appears from the usual approaches is not everyone's idea of a beauty spot, thanks mainly to commercial quarrying. However it is not generally known that there is much more to the feature than at first meets the eye. The

INDIAN DEMAND SOARS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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INDIAN DEMAND SOARS A. KRISHNA MOORTHY Malayan rubber from New Delhi, Thursday ABIC increase in Indian demand for rubber is forecast for 1 962 over and above the phenomenal increases in the recent past. Outstripping the planners' estimates, the consumption of rubber in 1961 is estimated to total 60,000 tons,

CURRY AND COOLNESS [ARTICLE]

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CURRY AND COOLNESS Brigadier Raja— soldier under the world's gaze I ONDON. Thurs. The group photograph taken at the end of the eighteenth course at the Joint Services Staff College at Latlmer (Buckinghamshire) ls remarkable only for the fact that it displays one face innocent of the expression of tortured

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I Went Down with the Albatross The 92-foot brigantine Albatross which tank last May on a voyage to the Bahamas took with her to the bottom six people rrew and students of Captain Christopher Sheldon's "Ocean Academy". The ship and its mission fulfilled the caßtain s lifelong dream: the nightmare

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A GOVT. SHOUT OF 'DIAM, LAH!' [ARTICLE]

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A GOVT. SHOUT OF 'DIAM, LAH!' SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Legislative Assembly today was shocked by a shout of "Diam, lah!" (Shut up! from the Government benches when an Opposition Barisan Sosialis member passed a derogatory remark about the chair. The Incident came at the end of a ruling from the

Leadership talks [ARTICLE]

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Leadership talks SINGAPORE. Thur.s. The International Fellowship of Evangelical Students will hold an Asian leadership conference at the Singapore Theological Seminary at Adam Road from Dec. 16 tc Dec. 23.

12 charged [ARTICLE]

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12 charged SINGAPORE. Thurs. -Twelve striking employees of the Hua Heng Rubber factory in Jurong Road, pleaded not guilty In the Ninth Magistrate's court today to a charge of obstructing the entrance of the factory premises on Dec. 12. Bail was allowed.

Straits Times royal tour An 80-ft jump into river—then a swim to greet the King PHOTO SPECIAL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Straits Times royal tour An 80-ft jump into river— then a swim to greet the King- PHOTO SPECIAL INDIAN stunl men jump into a river from an 80-foot parapet in the ancient city of Fatehpur Sikri, near Agra, to greet the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and the Raja Permaisuri Agong during

DNAP CASE: 5 DETAINED AFTER TRIAL ACQUITTAL [ARTICLE]

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DNAP CASE: 5 DETAINED AFTER TRIAL ACQUITTAL SINGAPORE. Thursday. FIVE of six men accused of kidnapping and confining wealthy pepper merchant, Mr. Tan Toh Teng, for ransom were acquitted by Mr. Justice Chua in the Assize Court today. But they were immediately re-arrested when they left the court. The sixth

Arbitration decisions: Court move by bank [ARTICLE]

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Arbitration decisions: Court move by bank SINGAPORE. Than. The Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd. will apply to the High Court tomorrow for leave to commence action to set aside the decisions of Dr. Charles Gamba. acting as a referee of the Industrial Arbitration Court. The decisions of the referee relate to

Storms damage many estates [ARTICLE]

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Storms damage many estates KLANO, Thurs. Constant storms have damaged several rubber estates and put more than 200 telephones out of order for brief periods in the Klang. Port Swettenham and Banting areas in the last three weeks. Commercial flower garddens and fruit and vegetable farms have also been effpeted

Not same man [ARTICLE]

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Not same man Mr. V. Thillianathan of Urn Accountant-Generals Office in Kualp Lumpur is not the Treasury clerk of the same name who on Monday had his appeal against a Hight Court Judgment dismissed.

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'I slept in the home of a friend that morning'—he says [ARTICLE]

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'I slept in the home of a friend that morning' he says CHAN KWAN HOI- Murder trial defence by second accused By -IPOH, Thurs. UOBERT Wong Hor 1V Choon, 24. the second accused charged with the murder of millionaire tin miner, Mr. Foo Yet Kai. said today that between 1

Radio stars in show [ARTICLE]

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Radio stars in show TELUK ANSON. Thurs. Four Radio Malaya artistes will take part in a variety show at the Kwong Tong Association here on Friday and 17 In aid of the Teluk Anson branch of the Perak Government Clerical Services' Union. They are T. Thangathurai (known M "Muthu"". S.

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Straits Times Crossword Srf~TBF^TBr^THP I I s I l^ I P i I BBB^^^B ■I fIHRHH 8J.9 ACROSS to make anyone (eel seedy! 4. Wild nudes swallow gin cock- '5. 3. T>. tail, name not Indicated <B>. 5. Lies a bit u> sound like a I. To spoil the card

SABOTAGE CAUSED DEATH OF 200 IN LINER [ARTICLE]

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SABOTAGE CAUSED DEATH OF 200 IN LINER LONDON, Thurs.— The myatery explosion which blew up the British liner Dara. killing 200 passengers, in April was the work of terrorists, newspapers reported here today. They said that was the finding of Scotland Yard detectives sent by the Ministry ot Transport to

SAILORS IN BUSH ASK FOR ASYLUM [ARTICLE]

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SAILORS IN BUSH ASK FOR ASYLUM DARWIN, Thurs. Three Portuguese sailors hiding out in the bush near Darwin asked Australia today to grant them political asylum. The men left the visiting Portuguese frigate Goncalves Zarco on Sunday night at a pre-arranged time while the attention of the watch was diverted.

ELVIS AND WAYNE BRITONS' CHOICE [ARTICLE]

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ELVIS AND WAYNE BRITONS' CHOICE LONDON, Thursday. J^WO American film stars, Elvis Presley and John Wayne, topped the popularity poll in Britain this year, according to the Kinematograph Weekly's annual box office survey. The trade journaTrated Elvis Presley's film "G.I. Blues the most successful musical. The Hollywood film "The Magnificent

Labour can still win Australian general election [ARTICLE]

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Labour can still win Australian general election REST OF THE FOREIGN NEWS MELBOURNE, Thursday. A DEADLOCK or even a Labour majority in the Australian House of Representatives seemed likely last night following further counting of votes in Saturday's general election. Political observers said it was still possible that late votes

Cleric dies, 69 [ARTICLE]

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Cleric dies, 69 MOSCOW, Thurs.— Former Metropolitan Nikolai of Krutitsa and Kolmna. once "foreign minister" of the Russian Orthodox Church, has died aged 69.- Reuter.

5 BRITONS FREED BY KASSEM FLY HOME [ARTICLE]

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5 BRITONS FREED BY KASSEM FLY HOME T ONDON. Thurs. Five Britons released by the Iraqi Prime Minister, Gen Kassem, after several months' imprisonment in Iraq landed at London airport today. Wives and other relatives uaitrd anxiously for the Comet jet carrying the men. three soldiers and two civilians, which

Suspected of treason [ARTICLE]

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Suspected of treason KARLSRUHE (West Germany*. Thurs— Heiz Felfe, 4;>-year-old West German counter-intelligence official, has been arrested on suspicion of treason, the Federal Prosecutor announced here yesterday.

Gang grabs payroll [ARTICLE]

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Gang grabs payroll MELBOURNE. Thurs.— The suburban Camberwell town hall was robbed of a £AA,500 payroll today by three bandits armed with sawed-ofl doublebarrelled shotguns. The men grabbed the pay envelopes from a wooden box and ran to a waiting car after training their guns on three Camberwell Council employees

£35 million for food plan [ARTICLE]

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£35 million for food plan NEW YORK, Thurs. —The General Assembly's economic committee yesterday approved a plan for a 35,700,--000 experimental world food programme to channel surplus food to needy nations.— Reuter.

No HK protest [ARTICLE]

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No HK protest LONDON, Thurs. A Colonial Office spokesman said here today that the British Government had so far received no request from Hoiir Kong to protect against a United States equalisation fee on cotton textile imports into America.— Reuter.

U.N. INVITES NORTH AND SOUTH TO KOREAN DEBATE [ARTICLE]

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U.N. INVITES NORTH AND SOUTH TO KOREAN DEBATE YEW YORK, Thurs. The General Assembly's poetical committee yesterday invited both South Korea and North Korea to take part in its Korean debute, but a.sked a prior assurance from the North Koreans that they would accept the U.N. s competence In the

A 'strong money' club [ARTICLE]

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A 'strong money' club PARIS, Thur*. Finance ministers of 10 industrialised countries have agreed in principle to set up a "club" to support and strengthen Ihe monetary system of the free world, the French Finance Minister, Mr. Wilfrid Baumgartner, announced last night. Mr. Baumgartner was speaking to reporters as chairman

U.S., RUSSIA AGREE ON NEW MOVE TO DISARM [ARTICLE]

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U.S., RUSSIA AGREE ON NEW MOVE TO DISARM YEW YORK. Thurs. The 4> United States and the Soviet Union la:-t night agreed on the resolution of an 18-nation committee to resume disarmament negotiations and formally asked the UN. General Assembly's endorsement of the accord. la a Joint resolution tabled in

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Border job to go to RMAF [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Border job to go to RMAF KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday Beginning early 1963, it will air drop supplies to security forces "JHK Royal Malayan Air Force will assume full responsibility for supplying all forces engaged in the border security operations in early 1963. This was announced today by the Deputy Prime

Khalid meets Nasution [ARTICLE]

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Khalid meets Nasution JAKARTA, Thurs.— Haji Abdul Khalid bin Awang Osman. Malaya's Assistant Minister of Rural Development, paid a courtesy call on the Indonesian Defence Minister. Gen. Abdul Harls Nasution. yesterday morning.

EDUCATION FOR THE 11-PLUS FAILURES [ARTICLE]

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EDUCATION FOR THE 11-PLUS FAILURES IJUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Registration of pupils for two-year post-pri-mary courses will begin soon. The Ministry of Education announced today that it was happy to allay doubt* among some parents a*, to whether the post-pri-mary classes would be conducted next year for those who Tall to

No gifts, said wedding couple—aid the church [ARTICLE]

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No gifts, said wedding couple aid the church ITUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— A young couple hdped to collect more than $7,000 when they asked their wedding guests not to bring presents but to make donations to a church fund. The couple were the Rev. Ronald Goh and Mrs. Goh. who were

He posed as a 'merger investigator' [ARTICLE]

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He posed as a 'merger investigator' SINGAPORE, Thursday. ABU BAKAR, alias Jantan bin Manap. who posed as a special investigator from the Prime Minister's office in the Federation, today pleaded guilty in the Singapore Ninth Magistrate's Court to a charge of cheating the penghulu of Pulau Semulon, in the Southern

Student union condemns move to shut down hostel [ARTICLE]

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Student union condemns move to shut down hostel CI.M- APOKI Tbucs. The University of Malaya in Singapore Students I'nion has condemned the university council's decision to close down the Dunearn Road hostrl. The union's 14th students council adopted a resolution opposing the closure. The hostel is due to be closed

Capital party [ARTICLE]

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Capital party KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. The Convent Past Pupils' Association will hold a Christmas party for children at 3.30 p.m. on Saturday.

Oil palm estate strike spreads [ARTICLE]

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Oil palm estate strike spreads J^LUANG, Thurs. Work on the vast Oil Palms of Malaya Ltd. estate in Layang Layang, 20 miles from here, came to a halt today as another 1,200 workers in two divisions joined the 1,150 striking employees in its Ulu Remis division. The .strike, which began

First meeting [ARTICLE]

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First meeting KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. —The Government storekeepers Union will hold iti first annual meeting at the Federal House here at 9.30 a.m. on Sunday.

Another 25 leave SPA [ARTICLE]

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Another 25 leave SPA SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The split in the Singapore People's Alliance widened today with the resignrtion of 25 members from Kallang division. Resignations from the party now total 93. In a signed statement. the 25 members of Kallang division accused the p:irty of "non-consultation" over the merger issue

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Mr. Rugger's highest honour: Captaincy of Malayan Civilians [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Rugger's highest honour: Captaincy of Malayan Civilians IWMwI 4^F 8 ■■^fc WW WMf\fiM"i# By STRAITS TIMES SPORTS REPORTERS pENANG, Thurs. When Penang's Mr. Rugger Maurice Pestana leads Combined Services in the Malayan Rugby Union's annual match at the City Stadium here this Saturday (kick-off 5 p.m.), it will be

THREE HOURS of CARNIVAL FUN [ARTICLE]

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THREE HOURS of CARNIVAL FUN Chuan. Ooh Toh Yee, R. Anthony, Wong Kirn Seng. Cheong Wtfng Leong. Urn Ban Chiang. Ramadass Rao. Ahmad Daniel, Foo Sze Ming. Chow Wan Sang. Foo Kok Hung. Ho Voon Hung. K Nadarajah. Lav Chee Wah and Wong Kam Ching. The Perak women's team will

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EG YPT PLANS TRADING AGENCY IN STORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EG YPT PLANS TRADING AGENCY IN STORE CHAN BONG SOO Aim is to boost business, says director By UNITED Arab Republic traders will soon set up in Singapore a central agency for commerce designed to improve and increase their trade with Malaya and South-East Asia generally. This will open a

FILIPINO BID FOR CANDY MARKET [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FILIPINO BID FOR CANDY MARKET MULTI-FLAVOURED sugar confectionery made in the Philippines will soon be available on the Singapore market. The manufacturers are Albert Araneta Enterprises whose chairman. Professor Antonio Albert, had Just completed a survey of the market opportunities In Singapore. Prof. Albert said that his company was pooling

Up: Pepper sales to Germany, US in October [ARTICLE]

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Up: Pepper sales to Germany, US in October M7EST GERMANY and the United States bought more white pepper from Singapore in October than in the previous month, according to local trade statistics Just issued. The amount bought by West Germany during the In was 166 tons against ins in September

Changes in Benson's Malaya, HK companies [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Changes in Benson's Malaya, HK companies SH. Benson Inter- national Ltd. are making a series of reorganisational moves affecting Benson companies in Singapore. Malaya and Hong Kong. This was announced yesterday by the managing director. Mr. D. A. Bain. Mr. J T. A. Rohan, now advertising manager of Shell in

JAPAN SEEKS MORE TRADE: ENVOY [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN SEEKS MORE TRADE: ENVOY SINGAPORE and the Federation are Japan's main markets in South -East Asia, Mr. K. Maeda, the Japanese Consul-General in Singapore said this week. He was speaking at the opening of a three-day textile exhibition at the Dragon Room. Cathay Restaurant sponsored by Teikoku Rayon Co.

Phone book innovation [ARTICLE]

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Phone book innovation The July 1962 issues of the Singapore Telephone Board's English and Chinese telephone directories will have a classified section to serve as a quick guide to subscriber* and buyers. The section known as the "yellow pages" will list names of airlines, hotels, importers and exporters, departmental stores,

Out: 5 millionth Volkswagen [ARTICLE]

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Out: 5 millionth Volkswagen The five millionth Volkswagen car manufactured since the end of the war has left the final assembly line in Wolfsburg It was driven off by a 51 -year-old employee who has worked there since 1939. It was later donated to the Internationa! Red Cross in Geneva.

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MALAYAN STOCK MARKET GOES INACTIVE, STAGNANT [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK MARKET GOES INACTIVE, STAGNANT By Our Market Correspondent THE Malayan Share Market was inactive yesterday to the point of stagnation and one brokei said business was the lowest for any day during the past two years as far as he was concerned. Business in tin shares was reduced

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock Indices: Industrials: 158.87 157.77 Tins: 291.29 290.65 S rubbers: 211.44 211.44 Jan. 1 1958=100.

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE BUSINESS on ihe Malayan Stock Exchange. Federation section yestert'ay with the number of deals in brackets: lnlmtr.aU: Gammon (1.000) $1.64: Giu'Aii Dlap. (1,000) 52.914. (1,000) $2 5.'; J. WauKb (1.OO0) $1.92 i ON, (1.000) $1.82 i: M. Breweries $3.04 OL: M. Cement (3.000) 52.23: M. Box (1,000)

SUNGEI KINTA [ARTICLE]

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SUNGEI KINTA As the holders of over 10 ser cent of the Issued capital )I Sungei Kinta Tin Dredging. [poh Tin have requested the >ecretary of the Sunget Besi 0 requisition an extraordiniry general meeting to pass 1 resolution that Sungei £inta Tin be placed in volunary liquidation.

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE, Thurs. I INVESTMENT sham were traded quietly along steady lines Colonial Safar eased 225. 6d. to £57 7s. 6d. and Commonwraith Industrial Gases 7s. to IOSs. Base mrtaU were steady and oils irregular. Aasoc Anst. Oil gained 9d. to 995. 9U. and Aust Oil and Gaa Is.

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIFS lying alengtids the Singapore wharvoi teday are: Olga Maersk I.VM. Awobaaan Maru 4 'A. Malacca 25 1:6. Struat Mozambique 31 32, Knmbodla lu»'Jl. Leverkusen 1/2, Manila Maru 42 43. Bankurs. 19. Nachlran Maru 6A. State of TravancoreCochm 33/34. Outer reads: Lian Hlo. Hoko Maru, Ceylon, James

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES SINGAPORE. Dec. 14 RUBBER: 77} cents per Ib. (down fiveeighths of a cent). 5 p.m. unofficial close: 78 cents (steadier). TIN: $477.25 per picnl (down 25 cents). Estimated unofficial offering 250 tons (down 30 tons).

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES ANUARV *rtt grade rubber buyers f.e.b. closed In Blnga.|>ore yesterday at 771 cents per Ib down five-eighths of a cent on Wednesday's price. The tone wm dull. S.C.CR.A. clOKtnf price* tn cents per Ib. yesterday: Int. 1 R.S.R. Prompt f.o.b. buyers 77. sellers 771 N. Int. 1 Ft.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES CHINESE Produce Eichanga Slnsaaere neen prices per sieul yesterday: Cecenut ell: bulk (36 feller*, drum J3Bi sellers, Cepra: November UK/ Contioent J25» buyer*. $23! sellers. Pepper: Muntok white $163. Sarawak white JIB2I sellers, special Sarawak black 4130 sellers, garbled Lamponx buck $130 sellers, Lamponc black ABTA $140 sellers.

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES MALAYAN Eichinn. Ban*!' An.cntion mad* tbeae channel" In Ita rates to merchant a yesterday (all rates to $100). Nix V*rh: buying T.T. 33 18/16. airmail O.D. S3 1/16. 00 d/rt 33 5/l< credit Mill. 33 7/16 trad* bills. Canada: buying T.T. 331, airmail O.D. 34 8718. 00 d/st

Singapore tin price falls off [ARTICLE]

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Singapore tin price falls off npHE Singapore tin price yesterday fell modest ly by 25 cents to $477.25 per picul on an estimated offering of 250 tons. The market yesterday was reported to be on the quiet side with the approach of the Christmas holidays. In London overnight the market

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OPPORTUNITY Major Soft Drink concern is looking for a man to manage one of its factories in South East Asia. Broad background in marketing management of consumer products required with some knowledge of production and distribution desirable. The man selected must be (free) prepared to travel for several months for

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NOTICES KEPONG DREDGING CO., LTD. (Incorporated In England) The Board hu declared an Interim dividend of 6d. per share less Income nx, payable in London on 26th January, 1962 to all shareholders on the Register on 1 12Ui December, 1961 (including transferee*) of transfers lodged up U> 003 p.ci on

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MOSES LEE IS SUSPENDED FOR THREE MONTHS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MOSES LEE IS SUSPENDED FOR THREE MONTHS EPSOM JEEP By DENANG, Thurs. Malayan jockey Moses Lee has been suspended for three months for his riding of Cape Canaveral here yesterday. Moses fell from Cape Canaveral, the favourite in the fifth race, and sustained bruises on his face. The horse had

Spencer began career with only one horse [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Spencer began career with only one horse AiTER 14 years as a trainer in Malaya, 60-year-old Jack Spencer, whose establishment is at Bukit Timah, is to retire at the end of the season; writes Epsom Jeep. He can look back with pride on a record which few Malayan trainers can

'Babes' beat Real 3-1 [ARTICLE]

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'Babes' beat Real 3-1 T ONDON, Thurs. ManMJ Chester United, the English First Division side, beat Real Madrid, the crack Spanish club. 3-1 In a friendly soccer match before 43.000 at Manchester last night. This was the first time Manchester United have beaten Real In the six times they have

England may bid for meet [ARTICLE]

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England may bid for meet LONDON, Thurs.— England where the first world table tennis championships were held in 1926 to 1927 may apply to stage championships for the sixth time In 1969. Blackpool Is being considered as a possible venue. The next world championships are scheduled to take place In

AL RASCHID GETS 9.2 IN CLUB CUP [ARTICLE]

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AL RASCHID GETS 9.2 IN CLUB CUP WEIGHTS for Sunday's races it Penang are: Cl 2. Div. 1— 6F NUcko 9.00 Nulli Secundut 8.13 Cash Box 8.12 Cant Tell H.ll Western Plaint 8.10 Destination 8.10 Happy Chatter 80» Monty 8.08 L.l I 1.11 n.i 8.08 Native Princess 8.06 Kian !mk

$85,000 TO SMASH DOPERS [ARTICLE]

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$85,000 TO SMASH DOPERS LONDON, Thurs. Leading British bookmaker Willian Hill has offered $85,000 for information leading io the conviction of a racehorse doping gang which has plagued the sport in England in recent months. Mr. Hill's olTer came just two hours after the famous Glmcrack Dinner In York where

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BAUD CONCERT A concert of light music by the Band of Ist the Royal Dragoons will be held at tlie Children's Ptayirround. Anderson Road, Ipoh. on Sunday 17th December. 1961 ai 7.30 p.m. The Public are cordially inwt«d to attend. E. G. WALLER. Chairman. Ipoh Town Council. PAPAN TIN LIMITED

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NOTICES NOTICE Federation of Malaya $50,000,000/- 5 ,'c Registered Stock 1/1-1177/8 I Notice is iirrtby given that the Trailer R«?i£ter of the abovementioned Loan will be closed i 'rom 18th December, 1961 to 1.-t January, 1962. both days inclusive, for the preparation of In- terest Warrants Registrar o: Public Debt

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Jega in brilliant 220 victory, high jump to Gill [ARTICLE]

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Jega in brilliant 220 victory, high jump to Gill 'GOLD' EACH FOR MALAYA, SPORE RANGOON. Thurs. jyj. JEGATHESAN of N victory in the 200 m< of Singapore won the r third day's competition cond South East Asia today. These were the only g and Singapore today, the Jegathesan ran a

FMAAU TO INVITE 21 NATIONS TO MEET [ARTICLE]

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FMAAU TO INVITE 21 NATIONS TO MEET IPOH, Thurs. Twenty-one countries will be invited to compete in tlie FMAAU National and Open athletic championships here in August, 1962. The 21 countries are Japan, Formosa, South Korea. Hong Kong, Cambodia, Laos, South Vietnam. Thailand. India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon, the Philippines, Australia,

Manjrekar hits 189 —a record v England [ARTICLE]

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Manjrekar hits 189 —a record v England THIRD TEST T^EW DELHI, Thurs. A magnificent 189 not out by Vijay Manjrekar, the highest score ever made by an Indian against England, helped India to total 466 in their first Innings on the second day of the Third Test here today. Manjrekar,

The Games results [ARTICLE]

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The Games results ATHLETICS 200 METRES: 1 M. Jegathesan (Malaya) 21.55; 2 Prajlm Wongsuwan (Thailand) 322; 3 Suthl Manyagas (Thailand) 22.3. ROO METRES: 1 Somxakdl Tongaram (Thailand) lm. 65. 6s 2 K. Sabramaniam (Malaya) 3 Mohamed Abdul Rahman (Malaya). WOMEN'S 100 METRES 1Chlnda Klalchat (Thailand) 12 8s 2 Oracle Carr

Last-minute try was the best [ARTICLE]

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Last-minute try was the best i KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. jIfIALAYA snatched-grabbed their way to a 27-3 T1 win over Singapore in the schoolboys rugger international rugger match at Merdeka Stadium here tonight. The Malayan boys set the pace and what a pace it was. In the last ten minutes referee

Malayan boys 5-0 [ARTICLE]

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Malayan boys 5-0 QEREMBAN, Thurs. Malaya O scored a convincing 5-0 victory over Singapore in the schoolboys International hockey match here this morning Malaya also won the girls' match played earlier in the morning. Inside-right Mary Jane de Souza scored the only goal In the match in the 44th minute.

Kiwis arrive this morning [ARTICLE]

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Kiwis arrive this morning SINGAPORE, Thurs. The New Zealand hockey team, who last visited Singapore in August last year on their way to the Rome Olympics, will arrive In Singapore tomorrow morning at 855 a.m. The New Zealanders will play against All-Malaya in a friendly international at Jalan Besar Stadium

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SPORTS DIARY HOCKEY TOUR MATCH: Malaya v N. Zealand (Jn. Besar, 5 p.m.). SPORE DIV. 2: Comb Schools v Prisons (Bras Basah Rd); Friendly: BCC vJ. Bahru Dlst. (padang) BOXING FED. ARMED FORCES SOUTHERN ZONE FINAL: RMN v Ist. PBA. Kajang (Woodlands. 8 p.m.). u/v tfrv Cowdenbeath 1; Dunfermllne 5

Britain: 'Don't use force' plea [ARTICLE]

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Britain: 'Don't use force' plea PORTUGUESE DELIVER NOTE TO INDIA WITH A 'CONFIDENTIAL' SUGGESTION: BRAZIL LONDON, Thursday. BRITAIN has appealed to India not to use force over the (ioa question and to Portugal lo exercise restraint and "avoid gestures that mi^ht Ik- interpreted as provocative." A Foreign Office spokesman, announcing

Old lag's sentence: Christmas out —of jail [ARTICLE]

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Old lag's sentence: Christmas out of jail- T ONDON, Thurs— Dennis McCabe. 33, has spent his last 15 Christmasfs in jail. At a loss what to do this Christmas he tried to get back insidt Y-M-rday he pleaded guilty in a London court to then. He thought that on the

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS MADAM LEE NVUK CHIN, mother (>i the late Mr. Chin Khee Jin, passed iway peacefully on II 12.61. Cortege. leave M)-A. Kmerald Hill Koad Spore .ir Kid.idarl at 4.00 p.m. TAN BOCK CUAN, 72 years, away peacefully 14. v .hi. leaMns b. hind beloved wife, J> sons. •r. I

$1.5 mil. from jail for man [ARTICLE]

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$1.5 mil. from jail for man NOTTINGHAM, Thurs.— A large, car, three new suits and £180,000 ($1.5 million) was waiting for Peter Knebworth when he walked out of jail here. Knebworth. 51. inherited the money while serving eight years for stealing money from a hotel. His father, a Dutch oil

BANK: U.S. RELEASES COULD FORM NEW TIN BUFFER [ARTICLE]

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BANK: U.S. RELEASES COULD FORM NEW TIN BUFFER LONDON, Thur« A RELEASE of supplies from the United States tin stockpile could overcome the present shortfall in production. Furthermore, it is possible that if a significant quantity were released the buffer stock might be replenished and the manager would again be

Work Corps leaders may defy Minister's order [ARTICLE]

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Work Corps leaders may defy Minister's order SINGAPORE. Thurs. Camp leaders of the Work Brigade today indicated that they would defy an order of the Minister of National Development. Mr. Tan Kia Gan. to report tomorrow at the Singapore Military Forces trainine camp at Chan si for a special retraining

RATION ZONES [ARTICLE]

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RATION ZONES SINGAPORE, Thurs. Water will be shut off tomorrow in ZONES ONE and THREE from 8 a.m. to p.m. and ZONES TWO and FIVE from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Thurs— The better feeling which has prevailed <n stock markets recently was well maintained today. Selective buyIng of Industrials was stimulated by the continued recovery In America and the prospect of lower United States lariSs. The United Kingdom trade figures had very little effect. The featuic was

BIG POOLS WIN 'GREAT TONIC,' SAYS INVALID [ARTICLE]

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BIG POOLS WIN 'GREAT TONIC,' SAYS INVALID LONDON, Thursv— Mr. Arthur Allan, 55, off work for the past year with a weak chest and living on his savings, was presented in London yesterday with 1 78,285 won last Saturday in a football pool. "This is the greatest tonic anyone could

Schoolboys trained to carry out death plot: Tokyo police! [ARTICLE]

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Schoolboys trained to carry out death plot: Tokyo police! rpOKYO. Than. Police X investigating an alleged assassination plot against Government leaders >;ud today they believed students at a school run by one of the 13 men arrested were being trained "execution squad." Police .said .some of the arrested had confessed

Knocked down [ARTICLE]

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Knocked down SINGAPORE. Thurs. Ng Tong Tee, 73, was rushed to the hospital in a critical condition after being knocked down by a car in Aljunied Road tonight.

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The weather IJIGHEST and lowest temperaRM tures In Malaya and Singapore for the period 8 pm. Wednesday to 3 p.m. yesterday. Highrst Lowest Kuala Lumpur 91 73 Kota Bharu 90 72 Pentng 87 70 Ipoh 37 73 Malacca 82 73 Suigapoie 88 72