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The Straits Times, 4 April 1964

Article also available on microfilm reel NL12156 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 125,000 AW***' F MMMMPWm The Straits Times Estd. 1845. ~iacfBAY, April 4. 1964 15 CENTS KDN 731 (22 words)
  • NEW BOMB BLAST [Articles + Illustrations]
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    NEW BOMB BLAST No. 4 none injured Electricity cut off in four flats: Many splinters collected for examination By CHEONG YIP SENG SINGAPORE, Fri.— A bomb exploded this afternoon on a landing in a block of flats in Lorong 19, Geylang. No one was injured. The bomb went ofl" on (346 words)
  • Tengku names a traitor [Articles]
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    Tengku names a traitor PILAI LANGKAWI, Fri. •pHK Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, hist night named Ibrahim Ya'acob, former chairman of the PanMalayan Nationalist Party DOW in Indonesia, as "the brains behind Indonesia's present infiltration of Malaysia.** The Tengku added: "I also accuse him of organising subversion in this country." (269 words)
  • Thais seek Sock's 'yes' or 'no' [Articles]
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    Thais seek Sock's 'yes' or 'no' in ALA UMPUR Fri. Thailand is linding it "lather difficult" to fulfil its pledge to send a ceasefire supervisory team to Borneo, a Ministry of External Affairs spokesman s;iid today. This is because, unlike Malaysia, President Soekarno has so far made no official request (452 words)
  • JAKARTA RADIO MEDDLING-BY INCHE KHIR [Articles]
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    JAKARTA RADIO MEDDLING-BY INCHE KHIR *pHE Minister of Agr tives, Inche Mohaint accused Indonesia of ir domestic affairs by calli BANTING, Friday. iculture and Co-open-ed Khir Johari, tonight iteriering in Malaysia's ing on the police not to vote for the Alliance. He was speaking at a rally at Sungei Kelambu. (191 words)
  • S. Vietnam may break with France [Articles]
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    S. Vietnam may break with France SAIGON. Fri. South Vietnam has asked France to clarify as quickly as possible her policy in South-east 1 Asia and there is speculation here that Gen. Nguyen Khanh, the Prime Minister,! may be considering breaking off relations with France. The French Charge d'Affaires here, (158 words)
  • Now a tele-vi-phone [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Now a tele-vi-phone TOKYO. Frl.— The Tokyo Shibaura Electric Company (Toshiba i. a leading Japanese electric appliance manufacturer today announced it had successfully developed a test model 01 a television telephone named "viewphone 1 The firm said the equipment enabled telephone callers to see still photographs of each other televised (74 words)
  • Strongest earthquake hits L-Sumatra [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Strongest earthquake hits L- Sumatra JAKARTA, Fri. The J strongest earthquake recorded in Indonesia since 1936 struck the northern portion of Sumatra yesterday, officiate of the Geophysical Institute said today. Officials said the strength of the first quake, recorded at 8.45 a.m. yesterday, was 8.9 on the 12-point scale. There (92 words)
  • Nine-storey death fall [Articles]
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    Nine-storey death fall SINGAPORE, Fri. A shopkeeper, Mr. Teo Chong Han. 40. of Cross Street, this morning fell, to his death from the top of a nine-storey block of flats in Upper Pickering Street. His body hit the windscreen of a Mercedes Benz car before slumping to the pavement (49 words)
  • Kidney machine for Mac Arthur [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Kidney machine for Mac Arthur WASHINGTON. Frl. Doctors here are using an artificial kidney machine to help Gen Mac Arthur In his fight against death. Last night a hospital spokesman said the 84-year-old general had slipped a little— UPI. (39 words)
  • Bomb blast at Governor's Hq. [Articles]
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    Bomb blast at Governor's Hq. SAO- PAULO 'Brazil i. Frl.— A bomb exploded today at the headquarters of Sao Paulo State Governor Adhemar Debarros. Social Progressive Party <PSP> Police reported no casualties and "little damage.' —UPl. I (37 words)
  • More enemy action despite truce [Articles]
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    • AP
    More enemy action despite truce BRUNEI TOWN. Fri.— Indonesia has used the ceasefire to send in waves of infiltrators and has even attempted to establish a fortified base for army regulars in Sabah. a spokesman at headquarters of British Forces in Borneo said today. He said that since the ceasefire (188 words)
  • 93 p.c. vote for postal strike [Articles]
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    93 p.c. vote for postal strike ih'ala v Minn. v Fri. Ninelvthree per cent of the 1,400-mefliber Union of Post Office Workers today (letidi'cl in favour of strike action if their sevenyear claim For a better pay scale is not settled. PAY CLAIM A statement issued by the president of (140 words)
  • Strike in Italy [Articles]
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    Strike in Italy ROME. Fri. A nationwide State workers strike called by a Com-munist-led union gripped Italy today, paralysing train traific and hampering postal, telegraph and telephone services. (28 words)
  • Nato chief to quit [Articles]
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    Nato chief to quit PARIS. Frl. Mr. Dirk Sttkker. 67. secretary-general of the Nrrth Atlantic Treaty Organisation, announced today his intention of retiring during 1 the coming MM (28 words)
  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    STOP PRESS Tilt: Hl(. WKSTION WASHINGTON. Fri Dett DJ Secretary of State, said today fMStion of future IS. aid to luilont'M.i would depend on Sock irno internal MMMH hi> r< latlMM »>th hi*. ii-uh-bourv— Reuter. (35 words)
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  • BACK TO DUTCH FOR AID [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • UPI
    BACK TO DUTCH FOR AID THE HAGLL. Fri. Holland and Indonesia are expected to sl^n a technical cooperation agreement before the Indonesian Foreign Minister, Dr. Subandrio, ends his threeda.v official visit here tomorrow, authoritative sounes said last nieht This is considered hern to I),, a bi c breakthrough, I>.ivin<j the (149 words)
  • A holiday on sunny Everest? [Articles]
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    A holiday on sunny Everest? GENEVA, Fri.— Mt. Everest, I the world's tallest peak. could also be one of Its biggest tourist attractions, I and the United Nations I could help to make it so. the UN. trade and development conference was told yesterday. Mr Vedananda Jha, Nepal's Trade Minister, (82 words)
  • Congo Red plot foiled [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Congo Red plot foiled KASAVUBU, ADOULA AND MOBUTU ON COMMUNIST-BACKED DEATH LIST TEOPOLDVILLE, Fri. The Congolese Government has smashed a Communist-sup-ported plot to assassinate President Joseph Kasavubu and Premier Cyrille Adoula. Rei i a ble sources said last night four civilians and four or five soldiers were arrested early Tuesday (244 words)
  • Where there's smoke [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Where there's smoke MANILA, Fri.— Over 500 cases of imported cigarettes worth about 500,000 pesos (about $450,000) were burned yesterday, in compliance with President Macapagals order to burn all goods confiscated in the antismuggling drive. Reuter. (36 words)
  • Japan aid: 'Resign' call to Korean President [Articles]
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    Japan aid: 'Resign' call to Korean President OEOUL, Fri.— An Op- position member of the Korean National Assembly said today that President Park Chung Hee should resign and rev/ elections be held. Mr Kirn Joon Yun charged that the President and his party received about U.S $20 million from Japan (151 words)
  • A drastic plan to fight graft at the top [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • REUTER
    A drastic plan to fight graft at the top YEW DELHI, Fri.— 11 An Indian Government committee yesterday proposed drastic measures to deal with corruption a m o -l p Ministers, legislators and civil servants The eight-man committee report was presented to the Loner House of Parliament by the Home (201 words)
  • In Saigon t00... [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    In Saigon t00... SAIGON, Fri. The Government has ordered all officials throughout the country to declare their assets within 15 days, it was reported today The order, signed by the Prime Minister, Maj. Gen. Nuyen Khanh. said that the measure was designed to enable the administration to "prevent and control (60 words)
  • RAF raid aggression, says the Yemen [Articles]
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    RAF raid aggression, says the Yemen TTNITED NATIONS. Fri.— The Yemen Republic yesterday called on the Security Council to condemn Britain for aggression against one of Its towns by R.A.F. fighters and Interference In Yemeni internal affairs. Mr Yahya Geghman. Yemeni representative, also urged the council to see that the (157 words)
  • 'Release these newsmen' plea to Sock [Articles]
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    • AP, UPI
    'Release these newsmen' plea to Sock Tf ANTLA, Fri. —T h ifX president of the Phi 1 i ppines' National Press Club has urged Indonesia to release two imprisoned journalists. Mochtar Lubis and Eddy Rumengan,. Mr. Generoso G. Marcial said In a statement: "Rumengan and Lubis are not only our (209 words)
  • Plantation grabbers did it 'for the republic' [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Plantation grabbers did it 'for the republic' JAKARTA, Fri. A group of Indonesians charged with carrying out an unauthorised takeover of British plantations near Bandoeng pleaded in court that they did it for the Republic, Antara news agency reported today. All 39. led by a woman. Nonrrur Surkarsih. pleaded not (100 words)
  • Page 2 Advertisements
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  • Page 2 Miscellaneous
  • U.S.-EUROPEAN DESK
    • Peacemaker reaches Cyprus amid fear of clashes [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Peacemaker reaches Cyprus amid fear of clashes NICOSIA, Friday. "JHE new United Nations political mediatoi for Cyprus, Finnish diplomat Sakari Tuomioja, arrived here last night to assume his post amid growing fears of new clashes between Greek and Turkish Cypriots. The mediator landed shortly after 8,000 students in the second (260 words)
    • WEDDING DATE FOR IRENE YET TO BE SET [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      WEDDING DATE FOR IRENE YET TO BE SET THE HAGUE. Fri. A date for the wedding of Princess Irene of Holland and Don Carlos of Bourbon Parma cannot be set yet because he has not yet submitted documents required for the ceremony, reliable sources said yesterday. I Under Dutch law (148 words)
    • Smokes ban [Articles]
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      • AP
      Smokes ban MANCHESTER. Fri. The City Council has banned smoking and cigarette advertising on its 1 1.400 municipally owned buses. •A.P. (21 words)
    • Top of the pops... U55250,000 IN SECURITIES VANISH [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      Top of the pops... UXXXXX, 000 IN SECURITIES VANISH TOP of the pops in the Easter Parade a lyrical hat worn by its creator. Pearl Firth, 22, in Battersea Park. London, on Sunday. Pearl's hat introduced a bright note into a cold and sunless day. NEW YORK, Friday. J^JORE than (235 words)
    • Sino-Russian rift makes French Reds clash [Articles]
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      Sino-Russian rift makes French Reds clash PARIS, Fri. A pro-' Chinese Communist labour group claimed yesterday that its workers were attacked in front of a Greno- ble factory by pro-Soviet Union men. The extreme left group protest- j ed that its men who distributed a newspaper, "Workers' Voice." were attacked (118 words)
    • U.S. $130 m. charge: Ex-envoy in court [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      U.S. $130 m. charge: Ex-envoy in court XTEW YORK, Fri.— Two iy of three alleged members of an international heroin smuggling ring pleaded not guilty yesterday In a federal court to charges of conspiring to bring into this country 1341 b. of pure heroin worth more than US$l3O miJI lion (158 words)
    • No punitive action to enforce shipping law, US assures [Articles]
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      No punitive action to enforce shipping law, US assures rpHE Federal Maritime Commis sion informed the British Embassy yesterday that itdid not plan punitive action to enforce its ruling that British shipping conferences must rewrite their freight contracts with British exporters. But the commission would take all necessary steps to (455 words)
    • I courted arrest, says the Governor's -mother—i [Articles]
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      • AP
      I courted arrest, says the Governor's -mother— i JACKSON VTLLE (Florida), Fri. a judge refused yesterday to take charge of the case lodged against 285 civil rights demonstrators arrested in St. Augustine. He also refused to stop the St. Augustine Police Department from using dogs to break up Integration demonstrations, (261 words)
    • Collapsed, but he carries on [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Collapsed, but he carries on ROME. Pri. Pierre Montreux. 88-year-old principal conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, collapsed while conducting the Santa Cecilia Symphony Orchestra here. His wife and members of the orchestra and doctors rushed to his aid. But In spite of appeals from the audience not to carry (60 words)
    • Lama's office [Articles]
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      Lama's office NEW YORK. Fri.— The Daiai Lama yesterday opened an office here to press through the Un:t4»d Nations for the liberation of Tibet from Chinese Communist occupation.— UPl. (29 words)
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  • Campaign to fight TB [Articles]
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    Campaign to fight TB Crackers offer ends old feud OINGAPORE, Fri. A five-and-half hour hearing case, involving Chinese parties said to have "bad blood for one another," ended in a district court today on a happy traditional Chinese note. What brought about the end of the feud was an offer (293 words)
  • SPORE TO OBSERVE WORLD HEALTH DAY [Articles]
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    SPORE TO OBSERVE WORLD HEALTH DAY SINGAPORE, Fri. World Health Day, I which falls on April 7 I each year, will be observed in Singapore this year wi t h an Anti-tuberculosis Week from Monday. The Ministry of Health, in conjunction i with SATA and other; j voluntary organisations j (337 words)
  • LIBEL SUIT IN COURT OVER A CIRCULAR [Articles]
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    LIBEL SUIT IN COURT OVER A CIRCULAR SINGAPORE, Friday AN action for damages for libel brought by Ng Wai Sam, president of the Sam Foh Whai Kuan, in the High Court, against a committee member was adjourned today for further hearing to a date, to be fixed by the Registrar. (219 words)
  • Second carriageway [Articles]
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    Second carriageway SINGAPORE. Fri— The Minister for Labour. Mr. Jek Yeun Thong, will open the second carriageway of Commonwealth Avenue between Queens Circus and Princess Circus on Monday. (28 words)
  • Iris weds iin Malaysia House in Canberra [Articles]
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    Iris weds iin Malaysia House in Canberra CANBERRA, Fri. A Chiv; nese girl and an Italian who met in London were married by an Australian official at a ceremony on Malaysian territory in Canberra tonight. The bride was Miss Iris Lim, 21-year-old daughter of the Malaysian High Commissioner to Australia, (129 words)
  • Union claim: Company puts benefits plan before court [Articles]
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    Union claim: Company puts benefits plan before court piRASER and Neave (Singapore) Ltd. today made an offer in the second industrial arbitration court of retirement benefits to its employees who are not in the Junior Staff Provident Fund. The offer was made in reply to the claim of the workers' (301 words)
  • 40 th new school opens [Articles]
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    40 th new school opens SINGAPORE, Fri. The Assemblyman for Mountbatten, Mr. Nf Yeow (hong, spoke at the opening of the new $950,000 Mountbatten Integrated Secondary Vocational School tonight. The school is the 40th to be opened by the PAP Government and the third new secondary vocational school. It has (64 words)
  • MAN FREED OF CHEQUE CHARGE [Articles]
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    MAN FREED OF CHEQUE CHARGE SINGAPORE, Fri.— Urn Ba Seng, a former financial assistant at the Economic Development Board, accused of dishonestly using a forged cheque, was today acquitted and discharged In the first criminal district court without his defence being called. The Judge, Mr. Eu Chow Chye, said that (152 words)
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  • Page 4 Miscellaneous
    • Page 4 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
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      IN AND OUT BYlml 'I'HK Mlowlng is todays rchrdule <M3> 3 p.m.: from Bangkok. Kuala or civil aircraft movemmts at Lumpur (ML. 511) 4 p.m.: from Puya l>cbar airport, Singapore: Hon« Koiig, Kuala Lumpur (ML. 610) 5.00 p.m.: from Jeiselton, AHKivALb Kuchinx (ML 496) 6 p.m.: from Japan Air Lines: (561 words)
  • Soon—the French system of flats for capital [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Soon— the French system of flats for capital KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. 'J'HE Municipality here has earmarked certain sites for building prefabricated multi-storey flats to house squatters. Mr. S. P. Chow, the Municipal Architect said today that by using this system it would be possible to provide faster and cheaper low-cost (392 words)
  • The place to look for all the answers [Articles]
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    The place to look for all the answers IS there any record in turf history of five horses dead-heat-ing for first place in a race? Can you name the world's largest ship? The most populous city in the world is New York? London? Tokyo? The country that produces the most (162 words)
  • Case put off [Articles]
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    Case put off BATU PAHAT. Pri. A case I scheduled for hearing this week, i in which the former penghulu of Rengit. Dato Haji Mohamed °a;man bin Haji Ibrahim. 65. faces three charges of harbouring illesal Indonesian immigrants in his house i.i December last year, was oos:- poned to May (70 words)
  • Koh clan dinner [Articles]
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    Koh clan dinner SINGAPORE. Pri. The Singapore Koh Clan Association will hold a dinner on April 11 for its president. Mr. Ko Teck Kin, to mark his appointment as a Senator in the Central ParliHment. (35 words)
  • $500,000 rural development [Articles]
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    $500,000 rural development IPOH, Pri. About $500,000 is being spent In Perak this year on amenities for new villages and local council areas. The funds for the Improvements came from the Ministry of Interior. the Ministry of Rural Development and the Perak State Government. (44 words)
  • 'BAD HATS' ON THE INCREASE SINCE JANUARY [Articles]
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    'BAD HATS' ON THE INCREASE SINCE JANUARY ITUALA LIMPUR, Fri. The National Registration Department has issued more than 15U brown identity cards since the beginning of the year, a department spokesman said today. These cards are issued to people registered under the Prevention of Crimes Ordinance. The spokesman said that (146 words)
  • Tourist potential of Sabah [Articles]
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    Tourist potential of Sabah lESSELTON, Fri. A J couple who have been, travelling for the past four years said here that most American^ have heard of Borneo but not Sabah The couple. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Oeimel, of California, said the word "Borneo" always linked with the romantic part of (85 words)
  • 13 soldiers are accused of assaulting civilians [Articles]
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    13 soldiers are accused of assaulting civilians members of the Malaysian Armed Forces Maintenance Corps pleaded not guilty in trie riistrict court here yesterday to a charge of being members of an unlawful assembly, assaulting local civilians and rioting They faced an alternative charge of a breach of the peace. (244 words)
  • Trishaman charged after fatal road crash [Articles]
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    Trishaman charged after fatal road crash IPOH, Fn. The Ma- gistrate's Court here was told today how the negligent act of a trisha rider led to the death of a couple at 6.45 p.m. last Nov. 8. Thow Team Joo, 59. facing a charge of culpable homicide not amounting to (223 words)
  • Bishop to ordain three priests [Articles]
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    Bishop to ordain three priests SUNOEI PATANI, Fn. The Bishop of Penang. Msgr. Francis Chan, will ordain three new priests within the next .six v.eeks. The Rpv. Robin Andrews will be ordained in Assumption Cathedral. Penang. op April 12: the Rev Louis Wong, in St. Michael* Church. Ipoh. on April (66 words)
  • 3 KEY MEN LEAD PPP CAMPAIGN [Articles]
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    3 KEY MEN LEAD PPP CAMPAIGN IPOH, Friday. •pHE People's Progressive Party campaign in the general election is built around three key leaders the Seenivasagam brothers and Mr. Chan Swee Ho, its main Chinese speaker. The party is contesting 19 of the 40 State Assembly seats and seven of the (241 words)
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  • Doctor and barrister wed in Singapore [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Doctor and barrister wed in Singapore DR. AND MRS. Lira Pin. after their marriage at the Singapore Registry recently. Dr. Lim a Queen's Scholar, is the eldest son of Mr. Lim Lv Yoh. headmaster of the Chrnc Siu Chinese School. The bride, the former Miss Shirley Loo Vcai Seong, is (73 words)
  • Beware the subtle ways of Reds in unions—by Lee [Articles]
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    Beware the subtle ways of Reds in unions by Lee gINGAPORE'S Communists are unlikely to be "blatant open" in the use of trade unions for their political ends with security now in the hands of the Central Government This was stated by the Prime Minister. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, In (503 words)
  • SHB SETS NEW NET TONNAGE RECORD [Articles]
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    SHB SETS NEW NET TONNAGE RECORD SINGAPORE, I ri. Th« Singapore Harbour Board lias vet ;l new record in the annual overall tonnage of cargo handled. The report of the chairman. Mr. S. T. Stewart for the vi-ar ending June 30 last year. MM the Board handled (i.ti36.90l tons of (119 words)
  • Estate murder trial for two [Articles]
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    Estate murder trial for two BATU PAHAT, Fri. Suadl b;u buniHdi. 21). a.'.d Surip bin I.ihan. 28. of Aver Hitam have been commuted to stand trial in the Hich Court on v charge of murdering an estate caretaker. Tun Mm Lin, 65. at the Kang Kwee Hee Estate at the (74 words)
  • Japan offers five scholarships [Articles]
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    Japan offers five scholarships 'THE Japanese Go- vernment has offered five scholarships to Malaysians for post-graduate studies in Japanese national universities. Three of these will be awarded to candidates from the States of Malaya and one each from Sabah and Sarawak, according to a statement issued today by the Japanese (183 words)
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  • Page 6 Miscellaneous
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  • 'Pay up' appeal [Articles]
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    'Pay up' appeal SINGAPORE. Frt. The Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce h;is appealed to contributors to its building fund to pay up the amounts they bay* promised. (27 words)
  • mis borders on treachery, says Stephens [Articles + Illustrations]
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    mis borders on treachery, says Stephens 'DR. LEE SAT NEXT f TO PEKING'S MEN AND WAS SEEN WITH INDONESIANS...' JESSELTON, Friday. gABAHS Chief Minister, Dato Donald Stephens, last night accused Dr. Lee Siew Choh, chairman of the Barisan Sosialis, of actions "bordering on treachery." He was speaking to ieporters on (247 words)
  • BRITISH HQ IN BRUNEI TO GO TO LABUAN [Articles]
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    BRITISH HQ IN BRUNEI TO GO TO LABUAN BRUNEI TOWN, BRUNEI, Fri. "Combritbor," headquarters of British forces in Eorneo is to move later this year from Brunei town to Labuan* a Malaysian island off Sabah. a military spokesman said today. The move was to have been made this month but (132 words)
  • Chrysler visitor [Articles]
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    Chrysler visitor SINGAPORE Fri. Mr.i Irving J. Minett, vice-president of Chrysler Corporation's international operations, will arrive in Singapore by air from Australia on Sunday. (24 words)
  • Robbery suspects held in attic [Articles]
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    Robbery suspects held in attic SINGAPORE, Fri. A party of detectives yesterday arrested two robbery suspects in a dawn raid on a shophouse «n Anson Road. The men were found sleeping in the attic. They are believed by the police to be members of a four-man gang who operate in (142 words)
  • Replant scheme inauguration [Articles]
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    Replant scheme inauguration IPOH. Fri. The Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, Inche Mohamed Khir Johari. will cut down an old coconut tree and plant a young palm to inaugurate the 2.000-acre Matang Kunda coconut replanting and rehabilitation scheme in Bagan Datoh on Monday. The 2.000 acres have been selected from (62 words)
  • Dr Goh to open $lmil. factory [Articles]
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    Dr Goh to open $lmil. factory SINGAPORE. Frt. The Minister of Finance. Dr. Gob Keng Swee. will open the $1 million factory of Dnitex (Malaysia) Ltd. at the Redhill Industrial eatate on Tuesday. The factory will manufacture knitted garments and sportswear. (41 words)
  • Good health claim fraudulent, so widow loses [Articles]
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    Good health claim fraudulent, so widow loses SINGAPORE, Fri. An action by a widow claiming $5,000 from the American International Assurance Co., Ltd. on her husband's oolicy was dismissed with costs by Mr. Justice Buttrose in the High Court yesterday because it had been obtained on a fraudulent declaration of (298 words)
  • LOST ANY CAR PARTS? THE POLICE MAY HAVE THEM [Articles]
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    LOST ANY CAR PARTS? THE POLICE MAY HAVE THEM SINGAPORE. Fri. Motorists who have recently lost car spare parts may find them in the Queenstown police station. Police today asked them to contact Inspector Piara Singh. Tel. No. 7200 Ext. 395. Some stolen car parts were recovered :n the boot (115 words)
  • KLM increases its services [Articles]
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    KLM increases its services SINGAPORE. Fri. X.L.M. Royal Dutch Anl.nrs has increased iv services between Singapore and Europe from once to twice a week. Using us DC-88 jets, the airline now runs services from Singapore to Amsterdam on Wednesdays and Sundays. (41 words)
  • PENANG SCHEME TO COUNTERACT INDON BOYCOTT [Articles]
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    PENANG SCHEME TO COUNTERACT INDON BOYCOTT pENANG, Fri. The Penang Chinese Chamber of Commerce has submitted four suggestions to the Minister of Commerce and Industry. Dr. Lim Swee Aun. on how the Government could help solve the problem of unemployment caused by the break in trade relations with Indonesia. In (168 words)
  • POLICE HOLD 8 'FIGHTERS' [Articles]
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    POLICE HOLD 8 'FIGHTERS' SINGAPORE. PH. Detecti\es yesterday arroted eisht "fishters" of the Taras Gulba secret society of the 108 group in Jalan Sultan. All eicht operated in the Jalan Sultan-Kandahar street area. (33 words)
  • Inspectors retake man just freed by court [Articles]
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    Inspectors retake man just freed by court pENANG. Fri. Cheah Siang Chooi, 17, conditionally freed on a housebreaking charge, was re-«irrested by two police inspectors after a short chase outside the First Magistrate's Court today. Cheah had earlier been discharged conditionally by the magistrate, Mr. Ng Mann Sau. when the (191 words)
  • Hammers in attack [Articles]
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    Hammers in attack PENANO, Fri.— A six-man gang attacked three men Just as they were about to ride away on two motor cycles yesterday. The gang set on Teoh Say Sim, 21. Ong Lay Lye, 23 and Loh Kok Teng, 20, with hammers and bearing scrapers. Their condition was described (59 words)
  • Schoolboy robbed [Articles]
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    Schoolboy robbed PENANG. Fri. Three youths held up a schoolboy. Lee Beng Hooi. at a Siamese temple In Perak Road yesterday and robbed him of Sl4. a S4O watch and a pen (32 words)
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  • A band welcomes a band [Articles + Illustrations]
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    A band welcomes a band LIVELY MARCH GREETS KANSAS BRASS ENSEMBLE A MUSICAL welcome I awaited the 18-member Kansas University brass ensemble when they flew into Singapore from Prnang on Thursday nieht. Thr 4.{-strong Monfort School brass band under the baton of Brother An. drew (in white habit) greeted the (159 words)
  • Only 20 flares issued to fishermen [Articles]
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    Only 20 flares issued to fishermen KUALA LUMPUR. Fn. Only about 20 rocket flares have b< en i.ssued to Malaysian lisliermen for use again si Indonesian pirates, an official of the Department of Fisheries said today. The Minister of Agriculture fend C'o-oporatives, Inche Mohamrd Khir Johari, announced lv January that (143 words)
  • Chief of Borneo task force [Articles]
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    Chief of Borneo task force OINGAPORE, Fri. Air Commodore A. V. R. Johnstone, former Director of Personnel at, the Air Ministry in London, has been appointed Task Force Commander, Royal Air Force Borneo. He served in the Far East as Deputy Air Defence Commander at Air Headauarters. Malaya. In 1955. (75 words)
  • New air accords [Articles]
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    New air accords KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Two air service a^r^ements will be signed at the Ministry of Transport here, next Tuesday the Government announced today. The agreements are between Malaysia and the United Kingdom and Malaysia and the Netherlands. (39 words)
  • NEW NAME FOR BOARD [Articles]
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    NEW NAME FOR BOARD SINGAPORE. Fri— Alter half a century, the Singa pore Harbour Board has got a new name. From yesterday, it became known as the Singapore Port Authority (30 words)
  • ROBBERS FLEE AS NINE SCREAM [Articles]
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    ROBBERS FLEE AS NINE SCREAM KUALA LUMPUR. Friday. A FAMILY of nine screamed and frightened away A six masked men, armed with daggers, who raided their home in an estate off the sth mile Gombak Road, here, last night. So scared were the robbers that they got away with only (147 words)
  • Visits to 'Flag Day' centres [Articles]
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    Visits to 'Flag Day' centres SINGAPORE Fri Tnii Puan Noor Aishah. wife of the Yang cli-Pertuan N<*gai;i will visit five Red Cross Society "Flag Day operational centres" tomorrow morning, bs president of the sociei.v The centres rtip Hone Kong and Shanghai Bank* in Orchard Road and Clifford Pter. B. P. (63 words)
  • Lee's party for Afro-Asians [Articles]
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    Lee's party for Afro- Asians SINGAPORE. Fn The Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, will give a reception to honour of Afro-Asian delegates to the National Trades Union Congress annual convention at the Sri Temasek tomorrow night. On Monday the delegates will be guests of the Minister for Labour. Mr. (61 words)
  • Doctors on transfer [Articles]
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    Doctors on transfer SUNGEI PATANI. Fri. Two Medical Officers have been posted to the Du>:rict Hospital here. They are Dr Khoo S;an Kolc from Taiping. and Dr. R. R. Rajagopalan from Kota Bharu. (33 words)
  • Miss V of Thailand is only girl at -meeting [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Miss V of Thailand is only girl at -meeting KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Miss Uthiaban Yamkleep, 26, is the only woman delegate among 40 youth leadders from 15 countries who are attending the Fourth Asian, Youth Hostels Conference here tomorrow. A teacher. Miss Yamkleep is here as a member of the (258 words)
  • Freights up, so rubber traders quit ship conference [Articles]
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    Freights up, so rubber traders quit ship conference KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. of the Federation of Rubber Trade Associations have ''no choice but to withdraw" from the trade shipping conferences which recently increased rubber freight rates to America and Canada by 10 per cent. The federation's president. Mr. Tee Teh, said (261 words)
  • Family ruined by fire robbed [Articles]
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    Family ruined by fire robbed DARIT BUNTAR, Fri. A family here, who lost almost al) their possessions in last Monday's fire, was struck by misfortune again when they were robbed of a bag of clothes and some food provisions early this morning. Mr. Tan Yeow Teng. 70. a provision dealer (156 words)
  • CARRINGTON'S VISIT [Articles]
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    CARRINGTON'S VISIT KUALA LUMPIR. Fri. No definite date or programme has been fixed for the visit to Malaysia next week of the British Minister of State without Portfolio. Lord CarrinKton. a British High Commission spokesman said here today. Lord Carrineton is on his way to attend a Scat* meeting in (66 words)
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  • Lies from Jakarta [Articles]
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    Lies from Jakarta INDONESIANS ARE CONFRONTING ME TOO, TENGKU TELLS CROWD PULAU LANGKAVVI, Friday. •J HE Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, said here today that Indonesia's confrontation was not only against Malaysia but "against me, too." "Every day. if you listen in to Radio Jakarta, you will hear vicious lies (236 words)
  • Burglars take the till [Articles]
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    Burglars take the till PtNANO. Pn.— Burglars broke Into a coffee shop In Perak Lane early this morning and carried away a cash register with SlO In it. They also took a wallet containing $30 and SlOO worth of cigarettes Total loss is estimated at 51.2U6 (46 words)
  • 'Military rule in Penang if Front wins' [Articles]
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    'Military rule in Penang if Front wins' DENANG, Fri. Mili- tary rule may be introduced in Penang if the Socialist Front captured the State Government. Mr. Llm Chehg Poh. State Alliance publicity chairman, warned tonight. Addressing an Alliance rally at River Road. Mr. Lim said the Malaysian military authorities would (174 words)
  • 'WELCOME OUR BOYS9 APPEAL BY SCOUTS [Articles]
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    'WELCOME OUR BOYS 9 APPEAL BY SCOUTS SINGAPORE, Fri. The Singapore Boy Scouts' Association today appealed to the public to give "a sympathetic reception" to any scout or wolf cub, wtio called at their home to offer their services during "job week" lrom April 20 to 26. The association said (127 words)
  • Welcome rally by Scouts [Articles]
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    Welcome rally by Scouts PLNANU. Pn. Penang scouts will Mold a rally to welcome the Chiet Scout ot trie Federation Dato Sardon bin Haji Juuir at 4 p.m. tomorrow At the rally, to be held in the Chief Minister's home in MacAlister Road scouting awards will be presented (48 words)
  • Branch for 'select group' of Muslim —women— [Articles]
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    Branch for 'select group' of Muslim women SINGAPORE. Fri. A select group of Muslim women in Singapore will meet tomorrow to plan the formation of a State branch ot the Muslim Women Welfare Council of Malaya. Led by Mrs. M Siraj. a social worker, the group will meet at the (195 words)
  • Chemicals now 'pioneer' [Articles]
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    Chemicals now 'pioneer' KUALA LUMfUK Pri. The Government has declared rhe manufacture ol chemicals and timber product* to be pioneer industries Their products calcium synamide. melamine. polyethylene iind plywood with treated surface become oioneer oroductb This onriKS tUt toim number of pioneer industries to 63 and Dioneer products to 362 (50 words)
  • Spore cameramen among top prize winners [Articles]
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    Spore cameramen among top prize winners SINGAPORE, Fri. Three Singapore photu graphers are among the winners in the 15th Singapore International Salon of Photography which was Judged last Sunday. They are Messrs. Yam Pake Nim. Cheang Sin Hung and Kwan Sam Hoi Best print The highest award, the Dato Loke (217 words)
  • Theft at YMCA [Articles]
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    Theft at YMCA PEN ANO Pri A YMCA clerk. Mr Quah Keng Lai. 24, reported the loss of $257 yesterday from a locked drawer In thi association premises. (28 words)
  • Gold medal and trip abroad for his 'Joy of Living' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Gold medal and trip abroad for his 'Joy of Living' v l \l LL'MPLR. Fri. A second year student at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore, has won thi first prize in an art competition organised by t.lu- Arts Council. Young Chey. 18. will be awarded a gold medal (106 words)
  • PERAK MCA WANTS TO EXPEL YONG [Articles]
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    PERAK MCA WANTS TO EXPEL YONG IPOH, Fri. The Perak branch of the Malayan Chinese Association has recommended to its national president. Mr. Tan Siew Sin, the "immediate expulsion" of Mr. Yong Woo Ming, a former Alliance M.P., for "anti-party activities." Mr. Yong. 52, a merchant, was returned from the (125 words)
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  • DEATHS [Obituaries]
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    DEATHS M »*rds tit ■mimmmm) T V NARAVANA PMJHAROOV. father of Mra Ka M Hair. Wa Bawg KaaMß, Pant Baattar taa l«avi ia»i« •>way at <"nen«kuaau. Canaaaara Diat Kerala on 1 4 M MADAM SIM LIAN Nl* Aaa IT I 1 .«a«t a»ay paaearally at 2 M »a> nn 2-4-44 (89 words)
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    • Talking And Shooting [Articles]
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      Talking And Shooting will be an effective cea&efire, opening the way to fresh political talks. If the Lopez proposals are what they are said to be no summit meeting until the last Indonesian guerilla is out of Borneo it is difficult to see what foundation there is for this optimism. (667 words)
    • The Friendly Aircraft [Articles]
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      The Friendly Aircraft If it takes nearly 36 hours j to find out that an aircraft which crosses the Malayan coast is friendly, what period ought reasonably to be allowed for discovering that it isn't? This may sound a silly question. But not every silly question attracts a silly answer, (394 words)
    • Port Authority [Articles]
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      Port Authority Creation of the Port of Singapore Authority is much more than an exercise ia name-changing, even if the new body does at first seem Just an expanded version of the Singapore Harbour Board. For the first time the port is under a single control, an apparent first essential (202 words)
  • Loosening chains in Eastern Europe [Articles]
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    Loosening chains in Eastern Europe STEPHEN S. ROSENFELD By CHANGE HAS COME SO FAST, MOSCOW AND WASHINGTON ARE SCRAMBLING IN Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe —in Poland. Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Rumania, Bulgaria and East Germany— change has come so fast that the area threatens to outrun both Moscow's and Washington's policies towards it. (927 words)
  • HAMLET MAROONED [Articles]
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    HAMLET MAROONED ALISTAIR COOKE by RICHARD BURTON'S Hamlet descended on the United States at Boston last week and the Yankee burghers who once put the British to rout surrendered en masse, possibly before the conqueror's grace and passion, certainly before the rumour, magnified by a twovear Hollywood exile, that Napoleon (894 words)
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    • Exam results and anomaly [Articles]
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      Exam results and anomaly PRIVATE candidates who sat for the Higher School Certificate and obtained a Principal pass In any subject In the examination are awarded a Certificate or a Statement of Result*. notwithstanding the fact that they might not have obtained a Subsidiary pass in the General Paper— an (237 words)
    • Eight hours of work [Articles]
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      Eight hours of work J)OES the law about cijiht nouns duty for >hoo workers not apply In Trengganu? Why do we have to work trom 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. here? Many shop worker.- here have no education and no chance to set any. becau.-* of the long hours and (83 words)
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  • Sock's might doesn't scare us: Razak [Articles]
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    Sock's might doesn't scare us: Razak SEREMBAN, Friday. J^jALAYSIANS are not scared of Indonesia's might and will fight for every inch of our ground, the Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, said today. He told about 500 Alliance officials at the town hall here that Malaysian security forces guarding the (520 words)
  • YWCA carnival [Articles]
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    YWCA carnival SINGAPORE. Pri The wife «if the Yung di-Pertuan Negara. loh Pu.m Noor A shah. will open l he YWCA'n Bpr.m carnival ■t the association* community wntre in Outrarn Road at 11 a.m. taeMrruw. (35 words)
  • ALLIANCE LAUNCHES A WAR OF CARTOONS [Articles]
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    ALLIANCE LAUNCHES A WAR OF CARTOONS IPOH. Kri. The Alliance in Peruk ha* launched a cartoon war against Opposition parties as part of its offensive in the general election campaign. Thousands of pamphlets, with a series of eight different caricatures of Opposition leaders, have been turned out by the Alliance (122 words)
  • One-year – convention in S'pore for truth of Buddhism [Articles]
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    One-year convention in S'pore for truth of Buddhism SINGAPORE. Fri. The World Buddhist Society in Singapore will hold a oneyear convention beginning from July 12, with the aim of making a film on "The Truth of Buddhism." The society will Invite delegates from Buddhist organisations throughout the world to take (144 words)
  • PROVE OUR LINK WITH SOEK, PMIP CHALLENGES [Articles]
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    PROVE OUR LINK WITH SOEK, PMIP CHALLENGES KOTA BHARU, Friday. •JHE PMIP last night challenged the Alliance Government to show proof that it had connections with Indonesia. The challenge was made by the party's legal adviser. Wan Mustapha bin Hajl All. former Member of Parliament for Kelantan Hlllr who Is (236 words)
  • Boys found wandering: Appeal to parents [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Boys found wandering: Appeal to parents SEREMBAN, Fri. Th» parents or relatives of two boys, who were Pound roaming, are asked to contact the Welfare Department here. Hashim bin Yunus. 10, was found at Tampln railway station and taken to the Welfare Department and later transferred to the Children's Home (106 words)
  • Bus drivers' strike off [Articles]
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    Bus drivers' strike off JKSSELTON, Pri Bus driven to Banrt*kan on strike since March ai returned to work on Wednesday. Following mediation by two mlnUten D*to Khoo Sink Chiew. Ministers of Work* and Communications and Inche Pang Tet Tshung, Minister for Social Welfare the employers and tli» driven agreed to (57 words)
  • Fire-crackers on Hari Raya [Articles]
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    Fire-crackers on Hari Raya KUALA LUMPUR. Pri. The Royal Malaysia Police has notified 'he public that during the Har) Raya Haji, the letting off of fire crackers would be permitted between 1 a.m. on Wednesday. April 22 to 11.59 p.m. on the following day. Members of the public are urged (77 words)
  • Accountants' lunch [Articles]
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    Accountants' lunch SINGAPORE. Prl. The Malayan Association of Certified Public Accountants will hold a lunch meeting at the Cathay Hotel restaurant tomorrow. (22 words)
  • Ismail praises the alert villagers [Articles]
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    Ismail praises the alert villagers JOHORE BAHRU, Fri.— The Malaysian Mini- ster for the Interior, Dato (Dr.) Ismail bin Dato Abdul Rahman last night said he was im- pressed by the alertness shown by villagers who had made reports! about armed Indonesians trying to enter Malaysia. Interviewed by the Straits (145 words)
  • NO ROOM FOR 800 CHILDREN IN NEED OF CARE i [Articles]
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    NO ROOM FOR 800 CHILDREN IN NEED OF CARE i Fri. Some 800 children are waiting for admission to Singapore's home for mentally-re-tarded children, but there are no more Dlaces for them. Mr. Gerald de Cruz, chairman of the Singapore Association for Retarded Children, disclosed this when he addressed members (105 words)
  • Jail for intruders [Articles]
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    Jail for intruders SINGAPORE, Fri Two Indonesians were today jailed for two months each in the ninth magistrate's court for Illegal entry Into the state. They were La Sundar bin All and Lakwah bin Lakusu. Both pleaded Ruiltv. They arrived from Pulau Samboe by sampan at. 6 a.m. on March (63 words)
  • Hotel and shops in Indonesia House from next month [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Hotel and shops in Indonesia House from next month By LIM BENG TEE gINGAPORE, Fri. Part of the imposing $4 million "Wisma Indonesia" (Indonesia House) in Orchard Road (left) is to be turned into a hotel and shopping centre from next month. The building, completed In January this year, was (226 words)
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  • Blackmailers! [Articles]
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    Blackmailers! ''pHE Soviet Communist Party newspaper Pravda today branded the Chinese leaders as "blackmailers" trying to bind the hands of other Communist parties "to stop them exposing the ideological apostasy and splitting activity" of the Chinese leadership. In a seven-page criticism of the "erroneous anti-Lenin-ist views" of the Chinese, the (558 words)
  • QUAKE RINGS EARTH 'LIKE A BELL' [Articles]
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  • In spite of fog and rain... [Articles]
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    In spite of fog and rain... CHICAGO. Fri. A oi«[ silver, red, white and blue jet plane landed at OHare International Airport yesterday afternoon, completing Scandinavian Airlines' first direct flight between Scandinavia and Chicago. The landing was delayed by fog and a driving rain. AJP. (45 words)
  • Air chiefs visit [Articles]
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    • AP
    Air chiefs visit JAKARTA. Pri. The vialtintf Putifiiam Air Force Commander. Air Chief Marshal M. Asghar Khan, today began his round of courtesy calls on President Soekarno and top Indonesian military leaders. A.P. (33 words)
  • New Soviet cosmic probe: Zond-1 [Articles]
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    • AP
    New Soviet cosmic probe: Zond-1 MOSCOW. Fri. The Soviet Union announced last night it bad launched a cosmic probe from a Sputnik while it circled the earth. The Sputnik was put up earlier yesterday by a multi-stage booster rocket, Moscow Radio reported. The cosmic probe wnich then emanated from the (95 words)
  • CRUSADING EDITOR AND WOMAN SHOT [Articles]
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    CRUSADING EDITOR AND WOMAN SHOT GEORGETOWN. (British Guiana). Friday DETER TAYLOR, editor of the Evening Post and Sunday Argosy, was shot in the stomach last night while leaving the suburban home of 1 friends. His condition was reported to be serious. A woman was also shot and taken to hospital. (194 words)
  • President vanishes after light to death' vow [Articles + Illustrations]
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    President vanishes after light to death' vow DIO DE JANEIRO. Fri. Deposed President Joao Goulart abandoned his vow to nght to the death yesterday und vanished in a mysterious closing chapter to Brazil's victorious anti-Com-munist revolution. A broadcast from his last redoubt at Porto Alegre in the deep south said (294 words)
  • Page 12 Advertisements
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  • Page 12 Miscellaneous
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      Straits Times Crossword aflaT Hal WtP KM IHF HLP HP i ACKOSS a. Purloin Uie enclosed, that U 9. Composer frequently nearo belore 5 (6). along with another (9). 6. Coach providing progressive 10. Dramatist found looking back course* (6-3). through lines Blnyon wrote 7. As relatives go nothing Is (294 words)
  • FLATS FOR THE MAJORITY [Articles]
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    FLATS FOR THE MAJORITY I REFER tv Mr S J. Ong's letter in tht Straits Times of the Marcti, 28. The conditions ot sale have beei. drawn up alter careiul consideration lv prevent abuse or speculation, to ensure proper maintenance and management and to benefit the greater majority of our (342 words)
  • LETTERS STRAITS TIMES Saturday Forum
    • Paying the doctors in uniform [Articles]
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      Paying the doctors in uniform iyE are told more docTT tors are needed by the Malaysian Forces. We are given to ur\derstand that the emoluments will be:— (1) Rank Captain in Army or equivalent rank in the other two Services. 12) Service— 3 to 5 years (3) Pay $730 to (351 words)
    • Drains, sand, mosquitos [Articles]
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      Drains, sand, mosquitos A LL work on the construction of roads and drains In Medan Imbl. oil Imbi Road. Kuala Lumpur, completed early last year, has been wasted The roads are broken up and covered with sand, the drains have collapsed and the stagnant, water breeds mosqultos when it is (110 words)
    • Awaiting reply [Articles]
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      Awaiting reply g jST what is the Herak J Education office is up co? is already more than two .eeks since the S.C. results came out In the papers and up till now the private candidates In Teluk ftntn have not received their detail results. I wrote to the secretary (105 words)
    • BREAKING THE $ LAW [Articles]
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      BREAKING THE LAW HAVE read with keen 1 Interest the merchant's letter In connection with the non-acceptance of U.S. dollars by Malay Handicraft Centre. Kuala Lumpur and the fact that it is illegal for merchants t<> accept U.S. dollars from the tourist. The merchant nas really brought forward a very (112 words)
    • Untitled [Articles]
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      Then and unly then does the short commission exserviceman realise the magnitude of his error in signing along the dotted line five years earlier. If the Forces require dortors they must hold out a far bigger carrot, with a rock solid promise Of more from where the first on» came. (165 words)
    • TELEPHONE 'MAGIC [Articles]
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      TELEPHONE 'MAGIC IT Ls really heartening to learn from the papers that the Telecoms. Dept. (Selangor Region) could manage to put up two telephones at the PAP's new office in Kuala Lumpur just "within 7 days'. I wonder what magic charm Mr. Lee Kuan Yew practised on the boys In (205 words)
    • Only fair treatment [Articles]
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      Only fair treatment \VE trust that you will allow a little space in your columns to reply to the unjust attack on the DTCs by School Leaver i.March 30). Why should he shift the blame for his "aimlessly wandering boys without work' on to this hard workIng set of teachers? (82 words)
    • DEATH PENALTY ANALOGY [Articles]
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      DEATH PENALTY ANALOGY yOUR foreign news page on March 30 contain- ed an opinion as expressed by an Anglican vicar or, capital punishment in his parish magazine. I am no strong advocate against the death penalty in any form and one can understand the learned vicar's views on Invoking the (198 words)
    • Places for posters [Articles]
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      Places for posters I DO not know who are responsible for the pasting of posters of candidates, standing for this election. It is most atrocious to find some of these pesters in the most filthy and unimaginable places like the walls of dustbins, latrines, back lanes and so on. Surely (79 words)
    • Rough road [Articles]
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      Rough road LORONG 1. Jalan Water Works. Johore Bahru, h in an appalling condition. Many appeals have been sent to the Town Council. Johore Bahiu to repair the road but all our requests have been futile. Other roads in simlliar condition have been done up. We still do not understand (63 words)
    • GRAND PRIX REGRETS [Articles]
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      GRAND PRIX REGRETS WHAT a tragedy that the Grand Prix race for cars was stopped after its tardy start. Surely It must be left to the discretion of the drivers as to whether or not they wish to continue the race In poor conditions. If the decision to stop the (118 words)
  • Page 13 Advertisements
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      WILLIAM JACKS CO. (MALAYA) LTD. congratulate TIKI COMPANY authorised PHILIPS dealer on the opening of their premises at No. 32, John Little's Tourist Shopping Centre Singapore Congratulations Best Wishes to Messrs. TIKI CO., on the occasion of their official opening from AMATEUR PHOTO STORES LTD.. §C\ YINV IN THE LEAD (204 words)
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      t OFFICIAL OPENING I TODAY i TIKI COMPANY Welcomes Your Patronage At 32 JOHN LITTLES TOURIST SHOPPING CENTRE JOHN LITTLE'S BUILDING RAFFLES PLACE TELEPHONES SINGAPORE 1 XXXXX XXXXX DEALERS IN 1 THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF:- I j WATCHES CLOCKS I RADIOS RADIOGRAMS i TELEVISION SETS j ELECTRONIC GOODS (228 words)
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    • Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      PHOTOGRAPHY Words Si (Mi*.)— Box SO rts. extra SERANCOON BROADWAY I Airconditioned) Studio, 4* Upper ScranKoon Road, Spore (3t Miles). Wert- (*■>■ couples who booked In advance will qualify fr a special discount In i>oih studio 'outdoor photography. satisfactory, Prompt Service. Telephone V77.">0 SITUATIONS VACANT it Worda SI (Ml*.)— Box (686 words)
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      SITUATIONS VACANT it Words U (Mitt.)— Bex It ets. extra INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION Requirea Sales Representatives and Collectors for their lpoh Branch. ApPllcants kindly call at No. r 3 Malayan I Finance Building (2nd Floor). Jalan I Vane Kalsom. lpoh. SECRETARIES SENIOR/JUNIOR stenographers Experienced Clerk/ Typists— lmmediate Interviews. Registrations Accepted For (1154 words)
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      ACCOMMODATION WANTED it Words SS (Ml*.)— Box St ets. extra FURNISHED HOUSE BUNGALOW with compound wanted by English family, districts 14, 15. 16. 17, 18. Long lease If suitable. (B'pore) 4&C270. NAVAL OFFICERS FAMILY Require Furnished Accommodation 2/3 bedrooms by 30-4-1964. In Singapore Naval Baae area preferred. Contact Box A (1079 words)
    • Page 14 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      EDUCATION tt Worda U (Ml*.) Bam M eta, extra PRIVATE TUITION:— Specialist Teachers all ievela. 187-B. Tembeling Road, (B'pore-15). Tel: XXXXX. STUDY TYPING, SHORTHAND, B/Keeplng. Health-Science. English. Maths at 15A Mackenzie Road. (opp. Rex). Spore. Tel: XXXXX. TYPEWRITING 1 1 Nobody's Speciality: For Complete success learn from Raja's College (Olan (899 words)
    • Page 14 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      HIRE PURCHASE Words SS (Min.)--Box St eta. extra AMERICAN OLYMPIC T.V. H.P. No down payment. Malaysia Electric Co.. Spore XXXXX. NO DOWN PAYMENT Phlllp/RCA TV. with free outdoor aerial. Multivox, 48 Selegle House Selegle Road. Spore. Tel: XXXXX. GERMAN BLUB SPOT T.V. No down payment Ray -Tech Radio Corporation. 13 (885 words)
    • Page 14 Advertisements Column 7 [Advertisements]
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      VEHICLES FOR SALE J» Words SS (Mi*,)— Bom extra SPORTS and racing Car*. Malaysia Grand Prix winners, now on display for sale at Universal Can Limited. 59, Orchard Road. Singapore. AUSTIN HEALEY 1008 1959 Cop./ Tax. Fully new tyre* and hood. Excellent condition $3,500 0.n.0. Phone (Spore) XXXXX Mr. Yeo. (1007 words)
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      VEHICLES FOR SALE tt Word, SS (Mt*.)—Box St rts. extrm. AUtTIN-70 1850 In good running condition going cheap 8600'- 0.n.0. cash. View fM Alnwick Road Serangoon Garden Emate. Tel: 18' pore > XXXXX ZEPHYR I«S7 Corurrttble Automatia hood new buttery taxed Insured October excellrnt running condition |2.liKi Offers Spore M-393 (1073 words)
  • Page 15 Advertisements
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      TO LIVERPOOL ft Will CtAll U.K., I^""" Om S'pora urn p. t'aaa raaaag CYCLOPS Lueryttl m Aai 1 Apr 1 Apr I/It Aar 11 PATROCLUS Limpill. Dub n. Gujajow Api 11 Api 11 Apr M/11 Aft V DEMODOCUS iKtrpul, Duolin II Apr 11 Apr II Aar 18/ a* Am n (1376 words)
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      fe^-cAUSTER <5, CO.. LTD. W it* am r^< BLLBBBCAM LOB KLATKMBSS Ml iMMk, tuuMaa*. Miuaaaa. ujs muiu. San f«AMisca. autviE. hu a mMuittm. kattu. vamcmvir t PMUUNa I'pai* P. S'baa naaag AccutMß tatga lar Caatrai %mM •GIP Bt aEDS Aatnca. 1/ 1 Aar t/11 Apr ii Aar iimuiv»n.li Cm tf (1295 words)
  • Output decline stimulates rubber [Articles]
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    Output decline stimulates rubber T^HE production and stock figures issued on Wednesday proved to be the major stimui lus to prices during the I week, state H.C.B. Co. Ltd. in their current survey of the Malayan Rubber Market. While these statistics had been reasonably accurately forecast, fair bear selling had (610 words)
  • H.X. RATES [Articles]
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    H.X. RATES ON the free exchange market In Hong Knn« yesterday tbe U.S. collar wan quoted at 5.73J for TT and I TL'j for cash. Starling was quoted at 15.97 and en* tstl ef geld st BBSS, (37 words)
  • STOCK MARKET: WAIT AND SEE ATTITUDE CONTINUES [Articles]
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    STOCK MARKET: WAIT AND SEE ATTITUDE CONTINUES From Our Market Correspondent rpHERE was little change X in conditions on the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday with operators still adopting a wait-and-see attitude. It is obvious now that few are willing to commit themselves with so many unresolved problems in the political (611 words)
  • STOCK INDICES [Articles]
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    STOCK INDICES Malayan stork Indim April 2 April 3 •Industrials: 109.11 108.41 Tins: 13'!.54 131.94 S Rubbers: 105.24 105.64 •Dec. 30. 1963 100 Dec. 29, 1962 100 (27 words)
  • STOCK EXCHANGE., [Articles]
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    STOCK EXCHANGE COMBINED business in the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of the shares traded In brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Beuttead (1,000) $1.84; Celd Ster* (4,000) (3.30; C.T.S. erdt (500) 495. »vl last Smelt (1.000) $3.90. (2.000) 53.91, (1,000) 13.58. (2.000) 13.82: (847 words)
  • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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    CLOSING PRICES April 3. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 69; cents (down 11 cents). TIN: $525.12} (down nit*). Estimated offering 245 tons (down 15 tons). (23 words)
  • EXCHANGE RATES [Articles]
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    EXCHANGE RATES THE Malayan Ixehang* Banks' Ati--1 elatlen made these changes In Its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to $100): New Verk: buying TT 32 11/16, airmail OD 32 13/16; 90 d/st 33 1/8 credit bills. 33 1/4 trade bills. Selling TT er 0B ready: New York 32 7 (59 words)
  • RUBBER PRICES [Articles]
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    RUBBER PRICES «*RIL MM nrjde rubber buyer! f.o.b. eleted st 5 p.m in Sm«a--i/or« and Kuala Lumpur iceteteaj *> mi cento per 10. down l t eeatl M loursduy Honing levrl lor ibe |w"'tion. Tbe tonr was quiet after eeWer. R.A.t. F.M.R.E. cleunx prico in cents per Ib. ysaurday: Int. (254 words)
  • Tin continues to fall: Rubber market bearish [Articles]
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    Tin continues to fall: Rubber market bearish THE price of Straits tin yesterday continued Its downwa-d drift falling $2,121 to $525. '.2i per picul. The offering was estimated at 245 tons, down 15 tons. The recent downdrift In tin was again apparent In London on Thursday morning, the market finishing (313 words)
  • Page 16 Advertisements
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      S pore PShom Pen.n, ETA/ETO ETA/ETD ETA/iTD FROM BOMBAY t BEOIBUNDER M.V. "STATE OF BIHAR" for Hongkong, Moji. Kobe, Osako, Naqoya i, Yokohama April e/10 FROM AUSTRALIA M.V. RATNA MANJUSHREE" for Ceylon. Madras Calcutta April 10/14 April le/ll FROM JAPAN t HONGKONG M.V. "STATE OF ANDHRA" tor Madras end Bombay (203 words)
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      (Continued from Page 14) I WHERE TO STAY (Spore) SHOPPING GUIDE (Spore) Hor <Mi ">- B tAUTN EAST ASIA H0te1— XXXXX/ Word* SS (Min.)-Box St et*. txtrm Vlc torl. Hot.l-XXXXX/B.r/Rert.ur.nt QUALITY AND SERVICE gunran- HOTEL AMBASSADOR Seaitdt 46. >'il. L-t Onn Goldsmith! ft Jewel- Meyrr Road. Dunclng Nlfbtly. Tel: irs, (2536 words)
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      i NOTICES I THE PENANG TURF CLUB SUMMER MEETING, 1964 3RD, 6TH HiTH MAY 19C4 FREE GIFT TICKETS: EIGHT tickets will be given free for every 100 ticketb ordered at one time for each day's Unlimited Sweep. All the free tickets will participate In the draw. 3 DIGITS NO. FORECAST (739 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT VACANCIES APPLICATIONS are Invited from Singapore Citizens for the appointment of OFFICE BOYS SALARY SCALE: $103x2A-11l p.m (1) under 16 years of age will be $73- p.m. (il) under 17 years of age wll be $83/- pjn. (ill) under 18 years of age wll be $03/- (720 words)
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      TENDERS STATE OF KEDAH J.K.R. TENDER NOTICE Tenders from suiubly registered 1 J.K.R. Contractors will be received at the Office of the SUte Engineer, Kedah Perlis up to 3.00 pm, on 14th. April. 1964 for:— The Control and Extermination I of Termites and Pests In Government Buildings In Kedah (including (1087 words)
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      TENDERS I 1 TENDER NOTICE Tenders are Invited for the supply of fertilisers to the Province Wellealev Banking Union Ltd., I Bukit Mertajam, for period lst June, 1964 to 31st May, 1965. Pull 1 particulars are obtainable on i application to the SUte Agricul- tural Officer, Penang, Butterworth. Tenders close (363 words)
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      HELP WANTED REPRESENTATIVES OR AGENTS familiar with surplus automotive business to represent Belgium's large stock-holders of SURPLUS AUTOMOTIVE VEHICLES AND SPARE-PARTS (mainly JEEP; GMt: CANADIAN C6OL, F6OL. T110L; MACHINES FOR CONSTRUCTION. ROAD-MAKING, LOGGING, MINING; ALL SORTS OF HARDWARE.) Good pay to right party. For particulars, write immediately: EST. MAX CAHN, (566 words)
  • TIMESPORT 1
    • OLEANDER 111 SHINES IN TRIAL [Articles]
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      OLEANDER 111 SHINES IN TRIAL RACING with Epsom Jeep Dark Romance II also sparkles CINGAPORE, Fri. Oleander 111, the early favourite for the $25,000 Singapore Derby (12f at Bukit Timah on Sunday, did a faultless trial on good going here this morning. Ridden by Keith Moxham, Oleander 111 sprinted over (464 words)
    • Spore card [Articles]
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      Spore card Race 1: 2.15 Cl 2 Div 4 ($9,500) 7C 1 XXXXX Mojave a (K.Y Lin:. Daniels. 6 9.0 'Subian 4 2 XXXXX l*dy Warrior II s, tCentury St.) Sullivan. 7 8.13 (F) 'Dragon C 3 00 Orabolin <Pll St.) TJoa, 3 8.12 M. Lee 3 4 XXXXX Buaja (1571 words)
    • Amateur meet entries [Articles]
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      Amateur meet entries IPOH Frl. Entries ">r the Perak Turf Clubs amateur race meeting here on Apr. 11: Royal Lancers Cup h'cap B if: Essee Tv- Tun Sri Lanang: Pizarro: Filibuster; Take Easy: NiccoUna; Belmont Park: Magic Note; Norval Lad. Pagan Kin«; Picture Goer II: Androcles: Beachcomber; Bon Viveur; No (206 words)
    • 'AIRLIFT' [Articles]
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      'AIRLIFT' SINGAPORE. Fri— A batch of 13 Irish and English racehorses arrived here by Globemaster aircraft this week. All of them travelled well and are now stabled at the seashore sanatorium at CSiangi. Jack Spencer supervised the "airlift." He has returned to England after a short stopover. (47 words)
    • S'pore Derby parade [Articles]
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      S'pore Derby parade OAKK ROMANCE II (6b or br a g by Judicate Cannelle > Brilliant stayer; won last year's Singapore Derby with 8.9 Id 2m 30 3/5; won the lOf Penang Gold Cup in December. SUNGEI WANG (6 b a g by Pan II Loyal t: Has a fine (401 words)
    • Scratchings [Articles]
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      Scratchings SINGAPORE, Fri.— The toilowmg horses were withdrawn when acceptances closed today for Sundays races <U BuUit, Timah. R.U't I— Setia Budi 8.13. Amagasaki 8.12, Sugar Boy 8.11. Fast Tune 8.10; RACE 2—Summer Wine 9.0. Highland Kid 8.13. CaraveUe 8.10. Robin Hood II 8.6; RACE 3— Mighty Midget 8.10. Golden (103 words)
    • EPSOM JEEP'S SPOTLIGHT ON FANCIED RUNNERS [Articles]
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      EPSOM JEEP'S SPOTLIGHT ON FANCIED RUNNERS RACE ONE LADY WARRIOR II: Invariably Improves in second run: third to Speed Phoenix on this course in December. YARDARINA: Third to Treasurer Ship II over 8t last week: better suited by 7f. AVANTI II: Working well; did not show up on Wednesday but (500 words)
    • Clay talks of job offer from Egypt [Articles]
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      • REUTER, UPI
      Clay talks of job offer from Egypt Cables in brief pHICAGO, Fri.— World heavyweight champion Cassius Clay has said he may quit boxing and take a Job in Egypt, the newspaper, American, reported yesterday. The newspaper quoted Clay as saying he had been offered U. 5.5100,000. 5100,000 by the Egyptian (273 words)
    • Bodybuilders seek place in Olympics [Articles]
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      Bodybuilders seek place in Olympics ■T'UALA LUMPUR. Frt. Th« International Weight lifting Federation is to press tor the inclusion of bodybuilding in tha Olympic Games. Oscar State, the secretary of the IWP, will put the proposal uthe meeting of the Internationai Olympic Committee at Tokyo in October. Jerry Chan, the (175 words)
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      Ballograf epoca the most advanced J|| ball pen in the world I conies from Sweden I The (-channel tip ouarjnteei II evenly ipfru all over Dill II thank* to the «|^k Ls<ml I \ihr ball houtlng^^^l y-y'-'-* I Do the EPOCA balance |flli| li k and fe«l EPOCA'S I Ml (184 words)
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      Johnson 23 h.p. ...40 h.p. THE WORLD'S BEST-SELLING OUTBOARDS ARE BETTER THAN EVER IN D@><® BIG POWER PLUS BIG ECONOMY. The PORTATION COSTS. The Johnson Johnson 28 h.p. engine has plenty of 40 h.p. manual starting model is econopower for high-speed water ski-ing yet mical, ruggedly built, and thoroughly relican (131 words)
  • MOTORING
    • ATHLETICS Singapore AAA call for urgent meeting [Articles]
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      ATHLETICS Singapore AAA call for urgent meeting SINGAPORE, Fri. Singapore AAA last night decided to ask the Malayan AAU to call an urgent meeting of representatives of the four Malaysian territories to form a central controlling body for athletics. Last nights meeting, after discussing In detail the draft constitution drawn (232 words)
    • GOLF OFFICIALS [Articles]
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      GOLF OFFICIALS SEREMBAN. Frl. Seremban International Golf Club officials: President Khoo Swee Kiap; vice-president Haji Anjang Saith bin Haji Abas; captain A Una Singh Gill: secretary A. P. Sarumens; treasurer B. J. Martin (33 words)
    • KILAT 3-1 [Articles]
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      KILAT 3-1 rOH, Frl. Kllat Club, defending champions, scored a 3-1 victory over Municipality In the league Dlv. 1 tie on the Municipal padang today. In Dlv. 2. PWD beat Perak River Hydro 3-2 on Jalan Abdul Jalll ground, while Shaw Brothers beat HQ Squadron. Irish Hussars. 3-2 In Dlv. (55 words)
    • Kin Tat crushes Kops [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Kin Tat crushes Kops Malaysian in All-England semi-finals BORCH OUTLASTS JOE HOCK TO BE IN LAST FOUR LEE KIN TAT, 24-year-old physics student from Singapore, ended the four-year reign of Erland Kops as king of the badminton world when he I/ at the Dane in the men's singles quarter-finals of (1387 words)
    • SOCCER Referees deny 'boycott' of SBHFA [Articles]
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      SOCCER Referees deny 'boycott' of SBHFA I—game1 games gINGAPORE, Frl. Singapore Business Houses P.A. have invited the Singapore Civilian Referees Association to a meeting, to iron out any misunderstanding. This was decided at an emergency meeting of SBHFA council after three referees appointed their League matches last Wednesday failed to (208 words)
    • FOR SAIGON [Articles]
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      FOR SAIGON KUALA LUMPUR, Frl The Football Association of Malaysia today selected international referee Norman Boswell of Perak for the Asian Youths soccer tournament at Saigon from Apr. 18-28. (29 words)
    • Amicables lead after Police setback [Articles]
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      Amicables lead after Police setback soccer SINGAPORE, Friday. DOLICE Association, favourites for the SAFA league Div. 1 title, suffered a setback when they were beaten l-o by Amicable Athletic Association at Jalan Besar stadium today. This victory put Amlcables at the top of the table with five points from four (213 words)
    • Penang Malays in final [Articles]
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      Penang Malays in final KOTA BHARU, Frl. Penang Malays entered the final or the Sultans' Gold Cup soccer tournament when they beat Kelantan Malays 2-1 In the Interzone semi-final at Sultan Mohamed IV stadium here today. Penang surprised the home team by scoring their first goal two minutes after the (81 words)
    • WAH CHIN SUSPENDED [Articles]
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      WAH CHIN SUSPENDED j£UALA LUMPUR. Frl. The Football Association of Malaysia's Disciplinary Board today suspended Singapore's right back Lee Wan Chin for rough play In the Slnijapore-Selangor FAM Cup semt-finai at Merdeka Stadium on Mar. 15. The suspension will be effective from Apr. 3 until May 15. Wah Chin was (76 words)
    • VISITS BY INDIA. WI NEXT YEAR LIKELY [Articles]
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      VISITS BY INDIA. WI NEXT YEAR LIKELY ERNEST FRIDA CRICKET By SINGAPORE, Frl. The Nawab of Pataudi, India's Test cricket captain and Garneld Sobers, the world's greatest all-rounder from the West Indies, will oe. "ambassadors" for Malaysian cricket when they return home. Both have volunteered to speak to their boards (194 words)
    • LA. 'throw in the towel' [Articles]
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      LA. 'throw in the towel' SINGAPORE. Fri. Indian Association captain Baldhiraj decided to "throw in the towel" at the end of the first half after his eight-man team took a 7-0 drubbing from League champions Singapore Recreation Club in the Singapore Hockey Association League Cup quarter-final on the padang today. (70 words)
    • Philippines lead 2-0 [Articles]
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      Philippines lead 2-0 MANILA. Frl— The Philippines led South Korea 2-0 at the end of the first day of their pastern zone Davis Cup tie played here today. Forty four year old Filipino veteran Felicisimo Ampon took only an hour to defeat his 22--year-old opponent Im Choong Yang 6-1, 6-2. (108 words)
    • The GP: Evans defends SMC [Articles]
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      The GP: Evans defends SMC I^UALA LUMPUR, Fri 1V The much-criticised decision of the Singapore Motor Club official, a. Crilbert. who as clerk of the course called off the Malaysia Grand Prix in Singapore on Monday after nve laps because three cars had crashed on the wet surface was defended (375 words)
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  • Front and Barisan: 'Two arms of same masters' [Articles]
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    Front and Barisan: 'Two arms of same masters' SINGAPORE'S Barisan Sosialis have sent helpers to "reinforoe* 1 the Socialist Front in its election campaign. Mr. K.V. Thaver, PAP parliamentary candidate for Setapak said tonight Speaking at an election rally here, Mr. Thaver said that the Barisan Socialis and the Socialist (424 words)
  • DEATH [Obituaries]
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    DEATH ALACAR loriiK-rly of P.W.P. S.T.;nI tun I* rot htr of Thumliydurjil ;tnd lii i.i:ik of Manl.im Ky* Clinic C.nir.il Hospll;il. K L pasted away at Oiunuukam rvylon (28 words)
  • A NIGERIAN'S FIRST TRY AT CHOPSTICKS [Articles + Illustrations]
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    A NIGERIAN'S FIRST TRY AT CHOPSTICKS NIGERIAN delegate to the Singapore National Trade Union Congress convention, Mr. E.O.A. Odeyemi, uses chopsticks for the first time to sample Chinese food at a lunch yesterday. The party, given by the NTI'C, was attended by live other African delegates. All the six delegates (80 words)
  • Surprise gesture [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Surprise gesture JESSELTON, Frl. The Indonesian Association in Labuan had donated S3O to the troops entertainment fund a fund to finance a troupe to entertain security forces guarding the Sabah border against Indonesian guerillas. Reuter. (35 words)
  • Princess feted [Articles]
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    Princess feted TOKYO. Fri.— Princess Shams Pahlyavi. visiting elder sister of Mohammed Reza. the Shah of Iran, tonight attended a dinner party given in her honour by the Japanese Foreign Minister. Mr. Masiiyoshi Ohira. at a restaurant in Tokyo. Reuter. (40 words)
  • SOEKARNO MUST BE CHECKED: NIXON [Articles]
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    SOEKARNO MUST BE CHECKED: NIXON SAIGON, Friday. pORMER U.S. Vice-President Richard Nixon is convinced that President Soekarno's campaign to "crush" Malaysia must be checked, according to observers here. Mr. Nixon arrived here earlier this week after a visit to Malaysia during the course of an Asian tour. He left here (191 words)
  • Cyclist's death: Seaman freed of charge [Articles]
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    Cyclist's death: Seaman freed of charge SINGAPORE, Frl. A British seaman was today acquitted and discharged in the second criminal district court of causing the death of a cyclist by a negligent act not amounting to culpable homicide, at Ylo Chu Kang Road, on Dec. 24 last year. Able seaman (107 words)
  • Sindhi merchants [Articles]
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    Sindhi merchants SINGAPORE. Frl. Mr. Hakumal K Mahtai.i of Kemchand and Sons has been elected president of the Sindhi Merchants Association. Mr. G. G. Khemani of Kemanico Textiles was elected secretary. (31 words)
  • Manila to end drive on American drivers [Articles]
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    Manila to end drive on American drivers MANILA. Frl.— Mayor Antonio Villegas of Manila said yesterday he would call oil his campaign against American Embassy personnel violating traffic regulations. The mayor announced this after receiving word from the Foreign Office that the U.B. State Department had directed the quashing of (140 words)
  • Margaretha 'mystery' makes headlines in London [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • UPI
    Margaretha 'mystery' makes headlines in London LONDON. Fri.— The Daily Express today bannerheadlined an alleged "mystery" over the whereabouts in London of Sweden's Princess Margaretha. In its final London edition, the newspaper headlined on its frontpage "Marparetha riddle Sweden's Court and envoy try to find her in London flyaway Princess." (231 words)
  • BRITISH LIBRARY CLOSED IN BURMA [Articles]
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    BRITISH LIBRARY CLOSED IN BURMA T>ANGOON. Frl.— The British Council library suspended operations this morning until further notice. The council was asked to close the library and seek registration under Burma's registration of libraries and museums law passed in February this yearThe U.S.I.S. library was also expected to close today (101 words)
  • LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN [Articles]
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    LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN LONDON. Fri.— A very satisfactory week In fie stock markets ended on a quiet note today. Business was on a somewhat smaller scale than of late and. although there was no deterioration in the general tone, price movements on balance were small and Irregular. Tins (420 words)
  • Islanders run inland from volcano [Articles]
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    Islanders run inland from volcano JAKARTA. Frl. Coastal inhabitants of Flores Island in the Lesser Sunda Group have evacuated Inland for fear of increased activity of Rokalenda volcano on nearby Palu Island. Antara reported that early last month the volcano's smoke enveloped Palu Island, 15 miles from Flores. Rokatenda is (73 words)
  • Air agreement [Articles]
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    Air agreement RANGOON. Fri.— Burma and th~ Soviet Union today sinned an air transport agreement establishing direct air communications, the Foreign Office announced. Reuter. (24 words)
  • 3 visiting trade men sympathise with Malaysia [Articles]
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    3 visiting trade men sympathise with Malaysia SINGAPORE, Fri. Leaders from Japan, Kenya and Aden flew into Singapore tonight and expressed full sympathy for Malaysia in the face of Indonesian confrontation. The three are Mr. S. Suzuki, secretary of the AllJapan Trades Union (Sohoyo): Mr. A. W. Karumba. vice-president of (181 words)
  • 'INDIA ON THE RUN IN KASHMIR' [Articles]
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    • UPI
    'INDIA ON THE RUN IN KASHMIR' RAWALPINDI, Fri. I The Pakistan Foreign Minister, Mr. Zulflkar Bhutto, told the National Assembly yesterday that India "is on the run in Kashmir." "We will see to it that India is out of Kashmir by the combined efforts of the people of Kashmir and (131 words)
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      UIGHEST and lowest tempera tures In Malaya and Singapore for the period 8 p.m. on Thursday to 8 p.m. yesterday: Highest Lowest Kuala Lumpur 93 73 Kota Bharu 88 75 Penang 91 75 Ipoh 93 73 Malacca 91 73 Singapore 90 73 (42 words)
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