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The Straits Times, 25 July 1964

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 135,000 lot*** The Straits Times Estd 1845. SATURDAY, JULY 25. 1964. ir 15 CENTS KDN 731

BACK TO WORK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BACK TO WORK JACKIE SAM and GABRIEL LEE Near normal conditions... RETURN OF CONFIDENCE... PUBLIC TRANSPORT BACK ON STREETS DURING OFF- CURFEW HOURS by—— GOODWILL COMMITTEES FORMED MANY GOODWILL COMMITTEES. .FORMED 1 Singapore, Friday 1 \yiTH confidence restored and the situation considerably improved, thousands of people in Singapore returned to

Razak pleased with improvement of situation in Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Razak pleased with improvement of situation in Singapore XL ALA LUMPLR, Fri.— The acting Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak. said that be was "pleased that the situation in Singapore has much improved today." "Since this morning there have practically been no incidents. "It has been, decided to relax the curfew

Govt will help clash victims to rehabilitate themselves: Lee [ARTICLE]

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Govt will help clash victims to rehabilitate themselves: Lee SINGAPORE, Fn. Prime Minster, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, tonight pledged to help victims of the current troubles to rehabilitate themselves. Appearing on television Mr. Lee said: "To those who have suffered as a result of the calamity over the last few

New Bloodhound missiles for Seletar [ARTICLE]

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New Bloodhound missiles for Seletar SINGAPORE, Fn.— BloodO hound Mark 2 surface-to-air defensive anti-air-craft missiles are soon to be installed at Seletar and Butterworth. In reply to Btraits Times inquiries, a Far East Air Force spokesman said this missile had a much better performance than the earlier Mark 1 version

Tengku is reassured by Razak report on S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Tengku is reassured by Razak report on S'pore PREMIER WILL COMPLETE U.S. PROGRAMME WASHINGTON, Fri. ff The Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, expects to complete his American programme as planned after a two-day visit to Ottawa. He will fly there from New York on Aug. 4. Last night, he spoke

Police kill six bandits [ARTICLE]

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Police kill six bandits MANILA. Fri A constabulary patrol killed six men yesterday m a battle with bandits on Panay Island, it was reported today. The Manila Times said the constabulary troopers sustained no casualties. Two bandits escaped.

U.S. support for Malaysia reaffirmed in joint communique [ARTICLE]

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U.S. support for Malaysia reaffirmed in joint communique From ALLINGTON KENNARD: Washington, Friday support for "a free and independent Malaysia and for Malaysia's efforts to maintain her security, preserve her sovereignty and continue her development in peace, and haromony" was reaffirmed on Thursday evening in the joint communiquesummarising the Tengkus

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Gifts of Malaysian silk delights Mrs. Johnson [ARTICLE]

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Gifts of Malaysian silk delights Mrs. Johnson \I7ASHiNGTON, Fri. —Pr c s i dent Johnson and Tengku Abdul Rahman exchanged gifts last night at a reception which the Malaysian Prime Minister grave in honour of the I nited States leader. The President, accompanied by Mrs. Johnson, arrived at the Malaysian

Tengku tells of shattered faith, broken promises [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tengku tells of shattered faith, broken promises 'SOEKARNO MUST BE STOPPED BEFORE HE DOES LASTING HARM TO US AND TO REST OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA... 9 I iIfIASHINGTON. Fri. I ¥T —Tengku Abdul I Rahman has invited President Johnson to visit Malaysia whenever he can spare the time. He told reporters

TENGKU: 'A FREE MAN LIVING IN A DANGEROUS WORLD' [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU: 'A FREE MAN LIVING IN A DANGEROUS WORLD' WASHINGTON, Fri. Tengku Abdul lUhman said here yesterday that he preferred to live as he was Urine BOW —"A free man in a dangerous world than at a slave in a more relaxed atmctphere." He made this comment when asked during

'Strange disease' near Olympic rowing area [ARTICLE]

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'Strange disease' near Olympic rowing area TOKYO. Fri. The 1 Saitama Prefecural Government near Tokyo said today health officials were Investlgatlnt a "strange disease" reported recently in an area around the Olympic rowIng course In the prefecture. A spokesman said that since last May 22 cases of paralysis in the

Kenya MPs call for expulsion of Sir Geoffrey [ARTICLE]

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Kenya MPs call for expulsion of Sir Geoffrey "V"AIROBI, Fri.— Members of the Kenya Parliament today smashed portraits of former British Speakers and clerks at the Kenya House of Representatives and passed a resolution calling for the expulsion of the British High Commissioner, Sir Geoffrey de Freitas. The demonstration, and

More bodies recovered [ARTICLE]

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More bodies recovered LAGOS. Fri. Forty mare bodies hare been recovered (n.m the Calabar River In eastern Nigeria where at least 100 people were drowned when about 30 fishing canoes overturned In a storm, police sources said hers today. They said that 65 bcdJes had now been recovered and a

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Chimpanzee sues film company for $327,000 [ARTICLE]

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Chimpanzee sues film company for $327,000 NEW YORK, Fri. Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation was today sued for I'Sj 109,000 (about >327,000) by a six>r,ir- o I (I chimpanzee named Zippy. The suit was filed in chimpanzees sponsored by his owner, Mr. Lee Ecuyer, who claims that although Zippy came

Unwanted £86,000 [ARTICLE]

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Unwanted £86,000 ROMB. Fri. First prize tn Ilajy's New Year lottery, worth 160 million lire (£XXXXX) went unclaimed when the deadline expired at midnight last night. Reuter.

Preventive detention to go in Britain [ARTICLE]

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Preventive detention to go in Britain LONDON. Pri. Britain is to abolish preventive detention ard corrective training. the Home Secretary. Mr Henry Brooke, announced in Parliament yesterday Courts were to be proviojed wuh new powers to impose extended sentences of ordinary imprisonment on persistent offenders. The Government was nowadays Increasingly

9 out of 10 have TV in Britain [ARTICLE]

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9 out of 10 have TV in Britain LONDON. Prt.— Nine out of 10 people in Britain now have television, according to the latest figures from the BBC audience research department. The department also estimate that 96 per cent of the population are radio listeners. Reuter.

NEGROES REJECT WAGNER's APPEAL [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEGROES REJECT WAGNER's APPEAL Racial peace proposals 'too little, too late 9 NEW YORK. Friday. ftEGRO leaders brushed off yesterday proposals for peace by Mayor Robert F. Wagner as "too little and too late" as racial rioting continued. Six hundred young Negroes screaming "Kill or be killed" raced through the

Goldwater and LBJ to discuss civil rights [ARTICLE]

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Goldwater and LBJ to discuss civil rights WASHINGTON. Fri.— The White House announced yesterday that President Johnson and senator Barry Goldwater. the Republican presidential nominee, would meet today to discuss the civil rights Issue In the pre- sidential campaign. The announcement came after the Arizona Senators' aides had said he

Judy halts the show with Rainbow song [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Judy halts the show with Rainbow song I ONDON\ Fri— With a startling impromptu performance. Judy Garlard "stopped the show" at a London theatre— only a few hours aiter she had been discharged from' hospital. Invited as a special guest for a charity show, "IJlght of 100 Stars." the Amerl-

ANTI-POVERTY BILL VICTORY FOR LBJ [ARTICLE]

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ANTI-POVERTY BILL VICTORY FOR LBJ WASHINGTON, Friday. r THE Senate last night handed President Johnson r a big victory when it passed, in a 62-33 vote, his U. 5.5947.500.000 Anti-Poverty Bill The measure, which stHl has to *c acted on by the House of Representatives, was strongly opposed by Senator

Woman, 74, gets US $16 mil. divorce settlement [ARTICLE]

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Woman, 74, gets US $16 mil. divorce settlement LOS ANGELES, Fri A 74-year-old woman has received what is believed to be America's biggest divorce settlement from her multi-millionaire husband who, she said, made her live frugally for 55 years. Mrs. Ednah Capron told a court here yesterday that her husband,

Formal ban on topless now in France [ARTICLE]

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Formal ban on topless now in France PARIS. Ft!.— The topless swinisult was last night formally banned in Prance by the Minister of the Interior. Mr. Roger Prey. He said In a note to prefects the "monoldnl" was a "public outrage" which offended against the French penal code. The note

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The first 'peace committees' [ARTICLE]

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The first 'peace committees MEETINGS WITH GOVT TO DISCUSS PLANS TO RESTORE CALM AND CONFIDENCE SINGAPORE, Friday. READERS of goodwill committees this morning were discussing with the Government on how to restore calm and confidence among the people. A Radio Singapura announcement said more meetings would be held later today

Nair's call to trade unions: Obey 'back to work' orders [ARTICLE]

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Nair's call to trade unions: Obey 'back to work' orders (SINGAPORE. Fri. The National Trades I nion Congress today called upon workers in all essential services to report lor duty as and when directed by the authorities. The NTUC secretarygeneral. Mr. C. V. Devan Nair, in a statement, said: "The

Exhibition of books [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition of books IPOH. Fri. A book exhibition organised by the Language and Literature Institute In connection with the National Language month, will be held in Anderson School here tomorrow.

January deadline for these stamps [ARTICLE]

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January deadline for these stamps ]£lALA LUMPUR. Fri. The Government announced today that from Jan. 1 next year these stamps will be invalid for postage and revenue: Pictorial stamps bearing the portrait of Sultan Badlisbab of Kedah— black, one cent; orange, two cents; brown, four cents; bright purple, five cents;

AIR SERVICES BACK TO NORMAL AT SINGAPORE AIRPORT [ARTICLE]

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AIR SERVICES BACK TO NORMAL AT SINGAPORE AIRPORT CINGAPORE, Fri. There was no major interruption of flight operations at Singapore international airport today. Only one Malaysian Airways domestic flight was cancelled. All the international flights Including BOAC. Alitalia. KLM, and Qantas. operated as planned The cancelled domestic flight was ML

GAMBA CALLS FOR COUNCIL TO STUDY LABOUR PROBLEMS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GAMBA CALLS FOR COUNCIL TO STUDY LABOUR PROBLEMS Court on need for charter to protect workers in retrenchment disputes SINGAPORE, Fri. Thie Industrial Arbitration Court has suggested that the Singapore Government, the National Trades Union Congress and the Singapore Employers Federation should consider the formation of a tripartite labour advisory

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New $6m road from Alor Star to Kangar [ARTICLE]

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New $6m road from Alor Star to Kangar l/ANGAk. Fri. The new Alor Star-Kan-gar highway financed lrom the U rated States! Development Loans t'und will be open to j traffic by the end of this year, the State En-j gineer, Mr. G. S. Glaister, said today. The road which will

BUKIT MERTAJAM IS BACK TO NORMAL, CURFEW LIFTED [ARTICLE]

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BUKIT MERTAJAM IS BACK TO NORMAL, CURFEW LIFTED BLK.IT MERTAJAM, Fri. The situation in Bukit Mertajam has returned to normal with the lifting of the curfew at 5.30 this morning. After a 16-night enforcement, there was no curfew throughout the district tonight. Originally the curfew was clamped down on July

Bus companies agree to negotiate [ARTICLE]

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Bus companies agree to negotiate KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Five of the six bus companies who have wage disputes with the Transport Workers' Union have agTeed to begin negotiations. The sixth company, the Seremban Town Bus Service, has refused to meet the union, a spokesman for the TWU said today. He

$500 fine in lottery case [ARTICLE]

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$500 fine in lottery case IPOH, Fri. Fong Kooi Thye. 44. unemployed, was today fined •500 or one month's jail in default by the Magistrate here. Mr L. C. Vohrah. for assisting in an llleaal character lottery. He pleaded guilty to the offence said to have been committed In a

Open verdict on death of detainee found hanging in cell [ARTICLE]

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Open verdict on death of detainee found hanging in cell GEOFFREY GELDARD CORONER: SO MUCH DOUBT AND UNCERTAINTY from Kuching, Friday OPEN verdict was reached by the coroner, Mr. H. S. Daniell, here today at the end of a weeklong inquest on a political detainee, Ong Geong Ing. Ong was

Wife had a 'violent temper': He is granted a divorce [ARTICLE]

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Wife had a 'violent temper': He is granted a divorce HUSBAND DEVELOPED A PEPTIC ULCER, COURT IS TOLD TPOH, Fri.— An archl--1 tectural draftsman, Oh Cheng lian. 44, who claimed that he developed peptic ulcer because of his wife's "violent temper" was today granted a degree nisi by Mr. Justice

European tour for production assistant [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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European tour for production assistant KUALA LUMPUR. Fri.— Mr. Lee Ken* Hiaa, 27. Assistant production supervisor at Food Specialities Malaya Ltd., an associate company of Nestles Products <M> Ltd.. has left here for Holland on the first Ire of his threr-month study tour in Europe He will study the latest

Annual meeting and a lunch [ARTICLE]

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Annual meeting and a lunch PENANO. Prt. Th« Ptnang branch of the Malayan Lepraay Relief Association will hold Hi third annual meeting and IU second anniversary celebration* at the North Malaya Bos Seme* Association- Burmah Road, at 11.30 am on Sunday. The meeting will be followed by a lunch in

Airport movements [ARTICLE]

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Airport movements PENANG Arrivals MALAYSIAN AIRWAYS: Proa Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh (ML 106) 7.35 a.m.; Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh (ML 034) 8.45 a.m.; Singapore, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur (ML 004) 10.35 ajn.; Alar Star and Pulau Langkawl (ML 133) 1.4* pjtn.; Koto Bharu and AJor Stai (ML 033)

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U.S. Peace Corps too have those 'useless' degrees [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Peace Corps too have those 'useless' degrees Govt urged to approve accrediting system instead of universities KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. ]yjORE than 80 per cent of the 162 Peace Corps volunteers serving in Malaya hold American degrees which are not recognised by the Government here. A Straits Times investigation revealed

Picnic for 101 [ARTICLE]

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Picnic for 101 KUALA LI'MPUR. Pn. The Lions Club here will treat 101 children of the Pure Life Society orphanage to an outing at Monb on Sunday

12 MORE CASES OF CHOLERA IN 2 STATES [ARTICLE]

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12 MORE CASES OF CHOLERA IN 2 STATES KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. TWELVE more cases of cholera seven in, Kelantan and five in Trengganu were admitted to hospitals in the last 24 hours ending 8 a.m. today. This brings the total number of cases admitted to hospitals in Kelantan to 210

Two resign from legal service [ARTICLE]

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Two resign from legal service SINGAPOER. Fri. Two legal service men have resigned from Government seivice to start practice as advocates and solicitors. One of them is Mr. Anthony Wee. Assistant Official Assignee. Before he became Assistant Official Assignee, Mr Wee was attached to the State Advocate Generals office as

Tengku likely to open five-day Maha show [ARTICLE]

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Tengku likely to open five-day Maha show |£UALA LUMPUR. Fri. The Malaysian AgriHorticultural Association's annual exhibition will open at the associations new grounds at the Bth mile Jalan Kiang on Aug. 27. The opening ceremony may be performed by the Prime Mmister, Tengku Abdul Rahman This will be the nrst

Jail for having: stolen bike [ARTICLE]

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Jail for having: stolen bike KUALA LUMPUR, Kn.— Saoaa bin Saman, 23, was today sentenced to 10 months' jail by the Third Magistrate for retaining a stolen bicycle, belonging to Mohamed Salleh bin Surila on Nov. 1 at S p.m. at Sungei Buloh Samah. of Kajang. who had three nreviou!"

Miss Perak Athlete [ARTICLE]

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Miss Perak Athlete TAIPING. Prl.— A "Miss Perak Athlete" will be elected at a dance organised by the Perak Amateur Athletic Association at the Town Hall here tomorrow night All 45 women athletes taking Dart in the two-day Perak championships are expected to comuete for the title.

Bicycle thief gets 3 months [ARTICLE]

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Bicycle thief gets 3 months PENANG. Fn.— Koay Teng Huat. 23. was sentenced to nine months' jail today for theft of a bicycle on May 12. Koay. who had three previous convictions for cheating, pleaded guilty to stealing the bicycle from Wan Chik binte Mohamed Isa at the General Hospital

Bahaman agrees TB sanatorium needed in Malacca [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bahaman agrees TB sanatorium needed in Malacca MALACCA. Fri.— The Minister of Health, Inche Bahaman bin Samsuddin. said today that sympathetic consideration would be Riven for the construction of a tuberculosis sanatorium here. He said representations had been made to him this morning by leaders at A. or Gajah. 15

Course cancelled [ARTICLE]

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Course cancelled SINGAPORE. Fri. The faculty of medicine. University of Singapore, has cancelled its weekend course on "neurology 1 scheduled to be held on Suudav from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Govt tells 5 unions they can submit views on pay [ARTICLE]

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Govt tells 5 unions they can submit views on pay KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Government has told five trade unions representing 17,000 civil servants that they can submit ih'ir views to the special committee to be appointed by the Government to review the entire structure of the civil service. The five

Actress Kasmah Booty objects to her property being attached [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Actress Kasmah Booty objects to her property being attached KUALA LUMPUR. Friday. "FILM actress Kasmah Booty. 32, (above) today 1 objected in the Sessions Court to her property being attached when it was her husband and not she who had not paid arrears of rent for 16 months She claimed

$280 burglary from home [ARTICLE]

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$280 burglary from home PENANG. Fn. Burglars broke into the Scotland Road house of Mr. L. D. Kippen. accountant of tne Chartered Bank, yesterday and escaped with S2BO in cash and goods. Mr. Kippen reported to police he woke up' about 5.30 a.m. and found his bedroom ajar.

NO PLAN TO CHANGE TV TIME FOR CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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NO PLAN TO CHANGE TV TIME FOR CHILDREN KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Television Malaysia will stick to its preserjit programme: schedule despite com-i plaints from some people that viewing times clash with children's studies. A spokesman for the programming section, explained that most children's programmes were from 630 p.m. and end

Minister is admitted to General Hospital [ARTICLE]

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Minister is admitted to General Hospital KIALA LUMPI'R. Kri Ilv Minister of Labour, Mr. V. Manickavu>acam. has been admitted to the General Hospital. He has been advised by ductors to tike "complete rest" and not have any visitors as far as possible. According to a Ministry of Labour source. Mr

Three-hour wait for X-ray at KL hospital [ARTICLE]

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Three-hour wait for X-ray at KL hospital I/UALA LUMPUR, Frt. Patients at the General Hospital here must wait for as long as three hours to have their X-ray examination. The reason: Two of the six X-ray units in the department are out of order. At the same time the X-ray

Night arrival for envoy [ARTICLE]

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Night arrival for envoy KUALA LL'MPUR. Fri Th» High Commissioner-designate for India. Mr. Mustnta Kaiiul Kidual and Mrs. Kldwai. will arrive her* by air rrnm Singapore at 9.25 p.m. on Sunday. They were originally scheduled to arrive here at 7.20 a.m. oa Monday by train.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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Home And Away [ARTICLE]

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Home And Away The earnest efforts of Government and community leaders to restore calm, coupled with firm precautionary measures, have brought about a noticeable and gratifying easing of tension in Singapore. The work of rebuilding confidence and re-establishing I normal conditions has not, of course, been fully completed. I But

Rubber Accord [ARTICLE]

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Rubber Accord Signature on Monday of an agreement between the Malayan Planting Industries Employers' Association anu the National Union of Plantation i Workers will mark the formal end of a dispute which recently threatened the whole national economy. Less than three months ago the country was faced with the prospect

Fruit Machines [ARTICLE]

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Fruit Machines Kuala Lumpur police have been having a hard time tracking down the few score fruit machines which have lurked illegally in the capital ever since import restrictions wer e imposed in 1962. In the last six months the police have confiscated 35 but many more are still operated

Scots pour new life into a tired economy [ARTICLE]

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Scots pour new life into a tired economy BERNARD NOSSITER By TH E traditionally self-reliant Scots are turning to a broad battery of welfare state measures to rescue their distressed economy. With the help of the Conservative government, the Scots are developing magnets to lure new Industries, planning new towns

The exam leak that threatened a Government [ARTICLE]

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The exam leak that threatened a Government WAVERLEY ROOT ALL FOR THE SAKE OF A PIECE OF PAPER By HOW AND WHY FRENCH STUDENTS CHEATED EN-MASSE IN THE 'BAC IF the Fifth Republic vvere as sensitive to public indignation as the Third and the Fourth, the French government would hrve

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Limiting those long calls [LETTER]

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Limiting those long calls I N the vicinity of my home there Is only one public telephone situated ]ust outside the Alexandra Post Office. Another is at least two hundred yards away. A few nights ago I was in a queue outside the booth waiting for a teenage gin to

College fan [LETTER]

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College fan T FULLY support the views 1 of "M.E.M." (S.T. 15-7--1964) and think that the F.M.C is one of the best examples of good education in Malaysia. I hope more colleges of this type are set up for the benefit of the younger generation of Malaysia. For the Director

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No frantic rush at markets [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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No frantic rush at markets HOUSEWIVES HAD BOUGHT SUFFICIENT FOOD ON THURSDAY SITUATION IMPROVES AND CONDITIONS NORMAL gINGAPORE, Fri. After the curfew was lifted at 5.30 a.m. today, markets and provision shops in the city area were not as crowded as yesterday. The reason was that housewives made sure they

Two ministers visit constituencies to assure the people [ARTICLE]

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Two ministers visit constituencies to assure the people CHEONG YIP SENG By Singapore, Friday Kigaporo ministers today visited constituto put personally across this message: lm and help restore order for your own sake. They went into every lorong and street in Kampong Glam and Rochore area- to explain It to

Report results of directive, Razak orders state govts [ARTICLE]

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Report results of directive, Razak orders state govts KUALA LUMPUR. Fri THE acting Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, has ordered all state governments to report back to him '"immediately" on the results of his directive to them on Wednesday to form special committees to maintain goodwill between the different communities

Fair postponed [ARTICLE]

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Fair postponed SINGAPORE. PYI. The Havelock Road Community Centre has postponed indefinitely their fun f:<ir. scheduled to have been opened by Inche O'hman Wok. the Minister for Social Affair., tomorrow.

Cocktail party off [ARTICLE]

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Cocktail party off SINGAPORE. Fri A cocktail party scheduled for Monday at the I Officers' Mfs<;, Ist Bn.. Singapore Infantry Regiment. Ulu Pandan Camp. ha.« been rinrelled

Policeman dies in hospital [ARTICLE]

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Policeman dies in hospital SINGAPORE, Ft; A L Cpi. died in the Genera. Ho*pi* tal here this tTOßing trom Injuries suffered alter his mo-' .skidded along Nicholl HiehwM? while he m on his way :o report lor duty at Hill Street police .-tation. A constable who h I rider seriously

Service schools won't re-open this term [ARTICLE]

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Service schools won't re-open this term SINGAPORE. Fri— British service schools closed because of the curfew and the general situation in the city, will not re-open this torm A British Army statement «mid tuday they would remain closed until the next term begins on Sept. 16 All teacher* are asked

Retailers told: Don't exploit the situation [ARTICLE]

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Retailers told: Don't exploit the situation OINGAPOKE. Fri. Leaders of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce today appealed to all food retailers here to maintain reasonable price levels of foodstuffs. Mr Nr Aik Huan. -hairman of the Chambers general affairs committee, also ur«pd retailers not to exploit tha current troubles. The

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Firm playing part in nations development [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Firm playing part in nations development PRODUCTS ON A PAR WITH THOSE MADE IN HIGHLY INDUSTRIALISED COUNTRD3S Firm provides training for Malaysian workers afternoon, Hume Industries (Malaya) Limited, will be host to the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Dr. Lim Swee Aun. Mrs. Lim, and senior members of the Ministry's

A MORE ACTIVE ROLE BY GOVERNMENT IN INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS [ARTICLE]

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A MORE ACTIVE ROLE BY GOVERNMENT IN INDUSTRIAL PROGRESS (GOVERNMENT action I in the field of industrial development up to the present has been confined to efforts to induce investment in the secondary manufacturing industriesIndustrial development dealt with in this way has as a result not riven rise to complex

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How the pipes are made [ARTICLE]

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How the pipes are made size and length. The cement and fibre Is then mixed in a considerable quantity of water and transferred to the pipe making machine. The machine uses a special textile felt and a polished steel mandrel to produce the pipe. Cement/asbestos slurry Is pumped Into a

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THE ROOF THAT IS CHEAP, LASTING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE ROOF THAT IS CHEAP, LASTING PROVIDING an economic roof over the heads of rural, and indeed many urban Malaysians is the business of a joint Malaya-Japan venture at Petaling Jaya, Kuala Lumpur. The firm Federal Iron Works Ltd. manufactures galvanised iron sheets, by far the most popular type of

Singapore businessman heads firm [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore businessman heads firm "]~HF chairman of the board of directors of thr Federal Iron Works Ltd.. a pionerr company in Petalinc Jaya. is Mr Ooh Senc Choo (above), a well-known Singapore businessman, and also managing director of Yew l.ian Ltd Other directors of this Malaya-Japan venture are Mr. Goh

Factory can meet nations demand [ARTICLE]

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Factory can meet nations demand Mr. Lee Yew Yong, the company's manager, explained that corrugated sheets were mostly used for roofing, while plain sheets. were used for manufacturing other products. At the present rate of consumption. Malaysia's needs amount to about 30.000 tons of plain and corrugated sheets annually, with

A SHEET IN LESS THAN A SECOND, 24 HOURS A DAY [ARTICLE]

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A SHEET IN LESS THAN A SECOND, 24 HOURS A DAY modern plant of the Federal Iron Works Ltd. can turn cut an average of one galvanised iron sheet in less than a second, day and night. But this is only the average time the sheets, plain, or corrugatec. take

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MALAYA ACID WORKS LTD.

Plants play silent but vital economic role [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Plants play silent but vital economic role npWO plants, part of the installations of a Joint Hong KongMalayan firm at the west end of Petaling Jaya's industrial complex, are playing a silent, but vitally important role in the economy of the nation. The plants work shifts of equal time, ensuring

Young man with an important assignment [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Young man with an important assignment A YOUNG man with an important assignment at the Petaling Jaya plants of two Arms producing acids is Dr. L. S Leung (above), the firms' research .ianagtr. Hone Kong born, and a London and Cambridge educated chemical engineer. Dr. Leung, who is only 29

Brief visit resulted in business venture [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Brief visit resulted in business venture A HONG KONG indus- trialist made a brief visit to Kuala Lumpur in 1952 five years before Malaya became independent and the first thing that struck him was the apparent all-round stability here. Mr L. 8. Koo (above), 43, recalls: "I was on my

Technical scholarships for the bright ones [ARTICLE]

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Technical scholarships for the bright ones THE Malaya Acid Works Ltd.. and the Malaya Acid Works Formic i Ltd.. jointly sponsor a programme of training local technical personnel A youth from Johore Mr. Lee Ah Pun. Is now studyIng chemistry at the University of Malaya on a scholarship awarded by

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LETTERS

Winning approval for the jaga kereta [LETTER]

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Winning approval for the jaga kereta WE would refer to the letter in your edition of July 22 (Jane Hills) on the problem of the Jaga Keretas. Your correspondent is obviously not aware of the scheme adopted in Penang whereby certain jaga keretas are approved by A.A.M. as car attendants

BUSINESS ON THE ROADSIDE [LETTER]

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BUSINESS ON THE ROADSIDE I SEE thai Someone has been complaining about the dirt dropped by lorries in Orchard Road. If the lorry owners and drivers cannot be brought to order then the only other thing to do Is to sweep the dirt up. But this Is not possible since

Double duty [LETTER]

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Double duty A LTHOUGH Malaysia has A been in existence for nearly a year we have to pay double stamp duty for cheques in the territories of Malaya /Singapore 'Sabah' Sarawak. I am quite certain the additional stamp duty collected isn't very much, but the inconvenience caused is immense ACCOUNTANT

Measuring and predicting loyalty of the immature [LETTER]

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Measuring and predicting loyalty of the immature I HAVE just been reading details of the Internal 1 Security Act 'Amendment) Bill m the Straits Budget and today's London Times. This is a classic example ef the age-old conflict between the claims of established Governments and the rights of the individual.

NO FORMS FOR CITIZENSHIP [LETTER]

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NO FORMS FOR CITIZENSHIP "TiOR the past three •T months I have been trying to apply for Federal citizenship (.for which I am fully qualified) with little success. Every time I have been to the Registration Office— l have been there not less than thirty times so- far— l have

PART-TIMERS [LETTER]

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PART-TIMERS PART-TIME teachers teaching vernacular languages are paid $6.00 in secondary and $4.00 in the primary schools in Kedah whereas in other states such as Selangor they are paid $7.50 and $5.00 respectively. A. TEACHER Sk Patanl

MO's praise [LETTER]

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MO's praise I HAVE been medical offlcer--1 ln-charge of several district hospitals In my over 10 years of services. From my personal experiences, I have found that assistant nurses are capable of doIng almost all the work tnat a Hospital Assistant or a staff nurse Is able to do. Government

Jungle law and the news [LETTER]

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Jungle law and the news AS an English houwwtfa living temporarily in Singapore with my family, I am finding life most fascinating; There are nrw things to learn every day about the ways of life of the island's multiracial population. However, can someone please tell me why, when a tiger

Cleaning up [LETTER]

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Cleaning up IN reply lo complaint! (ST. July 11) that nothing is being done to stop earth lorries from spilling lumps of earth on the roads, I wish to state that as far as the P.W.D. is concerned, we take action to trace the culprits and warn them not to

Road manners [LETTER]

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Road manners rpHE trafflc discipline at ■1 round-abouts is considerably better In Singapore than most major cities elsewhere, but when is something going to be doni» about the persistent and most dangerous practice of vehicles passing on the Inside? This blatantly contravenes a rule of the road which Is universal,

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Straits Times Crossword ACBOSS < B.8 1. Old man's son's Involved In o. Kilt m a sort of transport. oil distribution In the Pacific say? <6>. 1 7. 7). 8. Crane-like bird In the b*t 9. Make oneselt at home In the migrant, perhaps inn demand fruit (9). 7. Refuse

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MARKET SENTIMENT MUCH IMPROVED [ARTICLE]

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MARKET SENTIMENT MUCH IMPROVED QENTTMENT improved greatly in northern centres of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday. Turnover, although better, was still small as operator*waited for Singapore to reopen. The Improved tone waa attributed to the stimulation ni business resulting from the action of brokers In Penang, Ipoh and other centres

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE, Frl.— The easing Xf trend of industrials slackened today. Falls outnumbered rises but leaders were steadier. Most oils firmed while base metals were mostly lower. North Broken Hills dropped l/- to 41/3. Ampol Exploration up 6d. 22/6 and A.0.0. up 9d. 40/-. Loans were steady. C.R.A. 87/Mount

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT chips in Part Swetttnham and >J Penang harbeura today are: Part Swettenmm: Wharf Berth! Roggereen. raletrta, Rebeverett. Klna. Hew Wharf BerttMi Demodocoa, Rondo. Benrlnnea. Monaelatatn. Itrtam Bertha: Karachi. Bradererett. Rottl. Caatera Ranger. Abberkerk. Uandama. Oetpwater Point Riverbajnk. Nteohar. Tokal liaru. City of l.aada. Achlliea. Out Teday: Vlsug

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES ON the fr»» netting* marhtt In Hong Kooc yeiterday Urn U.I. d«llar was quoted at 6.74| (or TT and 5.73| for taah. Stirling WU quoted at U.M and •n* t««l *f geld at 249).

Rubber market erratic [ARTICLE]

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Rubber market erratic HC.B. and Co. Ltd. In their weekly rubber market review say: Market conditions were erratic due to the unsettled situation In Singapore. Disruption in communications provided the nain problem since Federation centres -were working as usual. On Wednesday some panicky short covering took prices up to 67

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES July 24. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICES: 66* cents (down one-eighth of a cent). TIN: 5637.87* a plcnl (up $7.50). Estimated unofficial offering: Unstated.

Tin follows recovery in London [ARTICLE]

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Tin follows recovery in London THE price ol Straits tin In Penang yesterday rose $7.50 a plcul to $637,874. No estimate of the offering was available. This follows the recovery on the London metal exchange .on Thursday. The loth meeting of the I.T.C. In London was expected to end late

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES AUGUST tint grada rubber f.e.b. cleaed at 5 ».m. m Kuala Lumnr yesterday at 881 eenta per Id.. down one eight of cent on Thursday closing; level for the position. The tone waa very quiet. R A and F M.R.t. emiti* »rleii In cents per 'b. yesterday: INT.

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J.K.R. NEGRI SEMBILAN TENDER NOTICE Tenders will be received from Registered P.W.D. Contractors in Class "D" under Heads 3 6 and above up to 12.00 Noon on 28th July. 1964 at the Office of the Jurutera Negeri. Negri Sembtlan for the ERECTION AND COMPLETION OF VETERINARY OFFICE. ONE (1) CLABB

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IN THE MATTES OF LIAN AJK COMPANY LIMITED AND IN THE MATTER OF COMPANIES ORDINANCES 1940/4* (Creditors 1 Voluntary Wlndlng-Up) Take notice that a meeting of the Creditors In the above matter will In pursuance to Section 231 of the Companies Ordinances 1940/1946 be held at Nc Kiat Teong Building.

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PETALING TIN LIMITED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the declaration of an interim dividend of 15 cento per stock unit in respect of estimated profits for the year ending 31st October. 1964, less Income tax at 40% payable on 21st September. 1964 to stockholders registered on 29th August. 1964. By

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NOTICES TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OF MALAYSIA SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF 2 400 KW DIESEL ELECTRIC GENERATLNG SETS Tenderers are hereby notified that the closing date for the above has been further extended to noon on July 31st 1964. NOTICE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE Tenders are Invited for the purchase of

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(Continued from t°Rg« t) SITUATIONS VACANT 2* Words SS (Him.}— Boa St eta. oatr. OVERLAND TO UK Kthruary 'Si. Man wanted to co-drive. Approximately aeven weeka. Box AIS93 B.T. Penang. WANTED: l.xpcn. need and Energetic Canvassers/Salesmen for popular brand of Commercial Refrigerators. Salary and commission. Apply Box AllO3 B.T. K.L.

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TUITION Weref* Si (Him.)— Boa M cf*. satrm ORCHARD DRIVINO SCHOOL Morri* 1100. 30 Emerald Hill Road. Spore. XXXXX. REMOVE YOUR CHILD'S headache and your worry. Efficient tuition, all standard*: Mathematics Science Engli»b by experienced Maths/Science Graduate. XXXXX (Spore). TOURS A EXCURSIONS W Were* U (HlsuP—Boa H> satrm BEFORE YOU

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'Curb exploitation of padi planters by landlords' [ARTICLE]

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'Curb exploitation of padi planters by landlords' TRENGGANU FARMERS URGE GOVT: KUALA TRENGGANU, Friday THE Government 1 was today urged to striqtly enforce the 1 Pa d i Cultivators (Control of Rents and Security of Tenure) Ordinance passed in 1955 in order to improve living conditions of tenant farmers. The

'Govt wants to co-opt party members into goodwill committees' [ARTICLE]

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'Govt wants to co-opt party members into goodwill committees' IPOH. Frl r\ATO Liew Why Hone, chairman of the Perak branch of the Malayan Chinese Association, and a member of the State goodwill committee, said after an emergency meetirg today that the Government was now considering co-opting members from >other political

AFTERMATH OF RIOTS: 263 CHARGED IN COURT [ARTICLE]

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AFTERMATH OF RIOTS: 263 CHARGED IN COURT Jail sentences from two days to two years SINGAPORE, Frl FOUR magistrates today dealt with a total of 263 men arrested in connection with this week's disturbances and sent 142 to jail for terms varying from two days to two years. Only one

Premier to see Thant, Afro-Asian group [ARTICLE]

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Premier to see Thant, Afro-Asian group YEW YORK. Fri. -J- The A United Nations announced laM night the programme fOC the three-hour visit which Tengku. Abdul Rahman is scheduled to make to the international headquarters on Aug. 3. Accompanied by Dato Ong Yoke Lin. ambassador to the United States and

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TOUAV Sedill Kechil 11.18 a.m. (7.» ft) 9.13 pjn. <6-3ft>: Singapore 12.1? a.m. < 7.4 ft > HOP p.m. <B.6ft>: Port Dlckson 6.58 ajn. (7.9ft> 7.K9 p.m. (8 6ft>: Port Swettenham 6.31 a.m. <12Att) 6.36 p.m. 1 12.7 ft i Penang Mil a.m. (6.9 ft) 1.03 p.m. < B.4ft i.

RACING Turf club make another change [ARTICLE]

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RACING Turf club make another change EPSOM JEEP By SINGAj?ORJE, Fri. The Singapore Turf Club announced today that the second day's races of the July meeting would be held on Wednesday, July 29. The third days races will be held on Sunday week. Bit sweep and three-digit tickets sold in

S'pore team for Malacca [ARTICLE]

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S'pore team for Malacca SINGAPORE. Fri. The Singapore soccer team will leave for the Heah Joo Seang Cup in I Malaya Cup tie against Malacca at Kubu Stadium on Sunday. The Singapore Amateur F.A. announced today that the team would assemble at SAFA clubhouse. Jalan Besar Stadium, at 4 pm.

Kelantan 8-1 [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan 8-1 KOTA BHARU, Fri. Kelantan trounced Perils 8-1 in the Malaya Cup here today after leading 3-0 at halftime. Kelantan's goals were scored by Mahadl (18th and 62nd >. Haraid Ghanl (55th and 72nd). Jamaluddin (76th and 79th) Balleh (25th and Yusof Idris (38th). Uthet scored for Perils In

POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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POSTPONED SINGAPORE, Fri. The Singapore Joint Services Johore Malaya Cup match scheduled to be played at Jalan Besar Stadium an Sunday has been postponed.

Cup challengers [ARTICLE]

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Cup challengers pENANG. Fri. Singapore will challenge Penang tomorrow for the Heath Joo Seang Cup in the inter-state badminton competition for women. Singapore beat Kedah 4-3 in the zone final at the Penang Chinese Girls High School hall last night.

Perak clinch it—almost [ARTICLE]

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Perak clinch it— almost PENANG CAN PIP THEM BUT ONLY BY BEATING S'GOR 14-0 ALOR STAR, Fri. After they were a goal down, at the interval, Perak fought back spiritedly to beat Kedah 3-2 In their key north zone Malaya Cup match here today. Perak's winning goal was scored by

ATHLETICS ROUNDUP

Pong beats his brother and own record [ARTICLE]

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Pong beats his brother and own record B. PAHAT, Fri. ANOTHER FOUR records fell today making a A total of five for the two-day Johore AAA championships which ended here Today's record breakers were: Osman Arshad in the 400 metres. Osman's 51.4 sec took o.6sec oft Andrew Lazaroo's 1962 state

Charlie stars in schools meet [ARTICLE]

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Charlie stars in schools meet PENANG, Friday. pHARUE TEH (Jelutong English School), who set up two new records in winning four events, was the outstanding athlete at the Penang primary schools championships which ended here today. Charlie set records in the 200 metres (26.9) and the 80 metres hurdles (13.1).

S'pore lead in polo cup match [ARTICLE]

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S'pore lead in polo cup match DENANG. Fri. Singapore "A". 1 with a five-goal handicap, led Royal Pahang 6-3* at the end of the flr&t two chukkas of their Burma-Malaya Cup polo match which began here today. The match will continue with two chukkas tomorrow and two more on Sunday.

SAMTBRI'S JUMP BEST AT NEGRI MEET [ARTICLE]

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SAMTBRI'S JUMP BEST AT NEGRI MEET QKREMBAN, Fri. Two State lv; records were set up by women athletes at the Negri Sembllan AAA championships held at the King George V School padang today. In the heats of the 80-metre hurdles Maheran Amln returned the time of 14.8 sec. which clipped

Sohan's new discus mark [ARTICLE]

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Sohan's new discus mark KUALA LUMPUR, TO. Five records three in the finals and two in the heats were sat up on the opening day of the Central Electricity Board, Central Area, athletic championships at Pantal today. bohan Singh bettered two marks discus 103 ft 11 H and shot putt

PERAK AAA [ARTICLE]

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PERAK AAA TAIPINO. Prl.— The Sultan of Perak will declare open the twoday Perak AAA championships here tomorrow at 2.30 p.m.

POSTPONEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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POSTPONEMENTS BINOAPORE. Fri. The Olympic Games swimming trials for Singapore swimmers today: the Singapore open athletics meet on Aug. 1 and 3 at Farrer Park and the Ministry of Health's athletics meet tomorrow have all been postponed-

FRIENDLY [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDLY BUNOKI PATANI. Prl Kuala Muda league soccer champion* Sinaran will meet The Rest in a friendly match on the Sungtl Patanl padang on Sunday

WASHED OUT [ARTICLE]

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WASHED OUT PENANO. Prl. Rain washed out the Penang open tennis championships here today. The scheduled ties for today will be played at 10.30 a.m. tomorrow

Malaysian mark by Madhum in walk [ARTICLE]

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Malaysian mark by Madhum in walk CnmOKX PATANL Prl. Mad-! %y hum Shah broke the Malaysian 20.000 metres walk record with a time of lhr. SSmln. 33.35ec. in the Kedah AAA championships here today. IMb: 1 00 l Hock Urn 3 ZulklfU Jaharudin 3 Zahld Zalnal Abldln 1.7: 260 m:

SUMMARY [ARTICLE]

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SUMMARY SOCCER Ipoh Commercial Homes Lge: Borneo Motors 8 Red House 1. I- Perak Div. 1 (T. Anson): Utd Plantations 4 Stars 2. Krian L«e: Soon Lee E*t. 3 DID 0; Tall Ayer Est. w.o. Bagan Tlang. Nefri UW. (Seremban): Rangers S Indian Assii 0. HOCKEY U Perak Lgt (T.

AUSSIES ARE SAFE FROM DEFEAT [ARTICLE]

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AUSSIES ARE SAFE FROM DEFEAT TEST COMMENT A R l* by Jack Fingleton OLD "TRAFFORD (Manchester), Fri. AT LUNCH it was 84 for none. At tea it was 18$ A lor none. At 5.10 p.m. the first Australian, wicket fell for 201 and at stumps it was 253 for two

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ATHLETICS State: Pfrak AAA (Taiplng): Negrt AAA (Seremban) era Cential (Pautal); Penang MTC. BADMINTON Heah Cop challenge rd: B'pore v Penang <P« COHS. 7 JO pjn.). TENNIS Penang chamnlootolpi (PBC court*'. POLO Burma-Malaya Cup tourney (Peaaag, 4.4»).

20,500-ton tin gap in 12-month period [ARTICLE]

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20,500-ton tin gap in 1 2-month period LONDON, Fri. World production of tin in the 12 months to March 31, 1964, totalled 143,500 long tons. Mr. W. Fox. secretary of the International Tin Council, told a Press conference here today. Consumption of tin In the same period was 164.000 long

Bloom crash: Govt to investigate [ARTICLE]

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Bloom crash: Govt to investigate LONDON. Pri. Britain's President of the Board of Trade. Mr. Edward Heath, announced in the House of Commons here today that he had decided to appoint Inspectors under the Companies' Act to investigate the affairs of the Rolls Razor company. The collapse of the company,

Exams put off [ARTICLE]

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Exams put off SINGAPORE. Fri.— The schools Cadet Corps certificate examinations scheduled to be held tomorrow ana on Sunday, have been postponed until further notice.

Two killed in bomb outrage [ARTICLE]

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Two killed in bomb outrage GEORGETOW. (British Guiana) Fri. An Indian woman and her brother were killed by a bomb hurled into a room here tonight. Two other peisons were Injured. This latest outrage brought to 158 the total of people dead or missing, feared dead, in five months of

LONDON STOCKS RUBBER AND TIN PRICES [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS RUBBER AND TIN PRICES T'ONDON. Thurs A/ter some I a uncertainty at the outset vhen there was some nervousness concerning bank rate, stock markets developed a better ton*? after the 'no change' decision following some Investment and buying of giltedged and leading equities. Tins were easier. Plantation shares

Lightning kills 29 people [ARTICLE]

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Lightning kills 29 people LAGOS, Fri. Twenty-nine people were killed and 11 others seriously injured when lightning struck a hut last night in Kontagora Emirat. Northern Nigeria. The Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation reported. Other buildings were also damaged and trees uprooted in the village. Reuter.

Statesman dead [ARTICLE]

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Statesman dead RANGOON Fri. Stalin Peace Prize winner and elder Burmese statesman Thakin Kodaw Hmaing died yesterday after a prolonged illness He was 90— UPI

S. VIETNAM: DE GAULLE CRITICISES U.S. POLICY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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S. VIETNAM: DE GAULLE CRITICISES U.S. POLICY 'Washington and Moscow camps no longer fit the world situation* PARIS, Friday. QEN. de Gaulle yesterday sharply criticised American policy in South Vietnam and called for an international conference to settle the future of the Indo-Chinese nations by negotiations instead of by war.

Aussies pile up the runs [ARTICLE]

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Aussies pile up the runs t \i 9 9 f^^| \f 4 NCHESTER, Ftfv— 1T1 Australia had made virtually certain by lunch In the Fourth Test with England at Old Trafford here today that they would not los« the match. By the Interval Australia had carried their overnight 263 for

Graveney hits century [ARTICLE]

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Graveney hits century LONDON, Fri. Close of pla» scores In yesterday's cricket matches Scarborough: Yorks 397 (P. Sharpe 70 B. Close 73 R. Illlngworth 40 L. Cold well 6-77) Wore* 2114-7 (T. Graveney 117 n.o. D. j Richard.sun 47 1. Coventry: L*ItCS 191 and 157-4 j (G. Pullar 51 n.o.>

POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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POSTPONED KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Th« annual meeting of the Malaysian Women's Hockey Association at I poll on Sunday has been postponed to a later date to be announced.

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