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The Straits Times, 21 December 1959

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 80 9 000 The Straits Times. Ik***** Estd. 1845. MONDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1959 15 CENTS

EAST-WEST ROAD LINKS OPEN AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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EAST-WEST ROAD LINKS OPEN AGAIN Three Pahang ferries get back into action* FLOODS SUBSIDING That black ball is down KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— Road Communications between the East and West Coast states which were cut by the closure of three floodhit ferries in Pahang were open again to all traffic today.

A BRIDE (17) FOR BUND TEACHER [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A BRIDE (17) FOR BUND TEACHER A BLIND Chinese instructor at the Agricultural and Industrial Training Centre for the Blind at Teinerloh, Pahang, married a Malay girl in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. The bridegroom, formerly Mr. Una Keoiig Wah, is now known as Inche Sbaari bin Abdullah. The bride is

An April in Paris summit? [ARTICLE]

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An April in Paris summit? PARIS, Sunday. HTHE WESTERN POWERS have decided to suggest 4 an "April in Paris" summit meeting with Mr. Nikita Khrushchev, authoritative sources here said. The meeting in Paris i instead of Geneva, the site generally expected in view of Mr. Khrushchev's preference would be proposed

Charity—by Lady C. [ARTICLE]

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Charity by Lady C. LONDON, Sun. Lady Churchill appealed in a BBC broadcast tonight to everyone in Britain to "send a Christmas present for refugees." Bhe said: "Let us face the fearful fact that if we had lost the war we might have been refugees. Some people will say charity

Last survivor of U.S. Civil War dies [ARTICLE]

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Last survivor of U.S. Civil War dies HOUSTON. Texas, Sun. Walter Williams, who at 117 was the last recognised survivor of the American Civil War. died here today. WUliams never fired la shot in the war between the North and the South which killed hundreds of thousands of the four

'REDS MASS JETS OPPOSITE QUEMOY' [ARTICLE]

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'REDS MASS JETS OPPOSITE QUEMOY' TAIPEI. Sun. Eight Communist Chinese warplanrs swept over the Quemoy islands yesterday amid reports that the Reds are massing more jet fighter planes opposite the offshore islands. The planes flew over the Quemoy Islands at an altitude of about 10.000 feet. Military sources said the

Typhoon's winds 100 m.p.h. [ARTICLE]

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Typhoon's winds 100 m.p.h. TOKYO. Sun. The United States Weather Office here reported today that winds within typhoon Ollda were diminishing. The Office said the centre of the typhoon was expected to be 355 miles aauth-6outh-east of Hainan Island tomorrow morning. Centre winds were 100 miles an hour. This morning

Students protest [ARTICLE]

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Students protest MADRID, Bun. Students today distributed leaflets here protesting against the visit of President Eisenhower tomorrow, and against American bases in Spain.—Reuter.

Ceylon polls upset [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon polls upset Nationals take over council COLOMBO. Sun. —The former ruling United National Party yesterday won a clear majority in the 37-member Colombo Municipal Council. This was the dramatic comeback in local government for U.N.P. in one uf the hardest-fought elections since it lost the country's leadership in 1956.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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Nairobi clash [ARTICLE]

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Nairobi clash NAIROBI. Sun. Several people were injured when hundreds ol Asians and Africans clashed in the centre of Nairobi today after a motor accident in which an African was injured.— Reuter.

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Peking pardons for 'criminal' generals [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Peking pardons for 'criminal' generals THRKE former Nationalist generals (above) were among the first group of "war criminals" granted pardons recently by the Communist China Supreme Court in Peking. They are (from left): Lt.-Gen. Tv Yu-min K former commander of the North-East China "bandit suppression" headquarters Lt.-Gen. Sung Hsi-llen. Kuomintang

'Border war will not be limited' [ARTICLE]

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'Border war will not be limited' NEW YORK, Sunday. Y|R. NEHRU, the Indian Prime Minister, said last lfl nifht that he did not think the Chinese pressure on the Sino-Indian border was connected specifically with existence of a Communist regime in Peking. Speaking in a recorded interview from New Delhi

Soldier killed [ARTICLE]

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Soldier killed BRUSSELS. Sun— A Congolese soldier was killed today In a clash with rioters Jn the Isangl region of the Belgian Congo— Reuter

Woman of year [ARTICLE]

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Woman of year PANAMA CITY. Sun i Dame Margot Fonteyn. the British prrnia ballerina, hat, been elected Panama's "wo- 1 man of the year" in a poll conducted by La Hora. Panama's biggest-selling newspaper —Reuter.

WEST GERMANS GRAB JAKARTA PARCEL [ARTICLE]

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WEST GERMANS GRAB JAKARTA PARCEL BERLIN. Sunday. |yEST German frontier authorities had opened and confiscated a consignment of books and pamphlets being sent to Indonesia via Hamburg East Germany charged yesterday, saying this represented a gross infringement of international traffic law. The consignment, which f was said to have been

Australians are 'social cannibals' says Mitchum [ARTICLE]

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Australians are 'social cannibals' says Mitchum HONOLULU, Sun. Film rfl ar k sobm5 obm Mitchum described Australians a* *nclal cannibals" In an interview at the International airDort here today. Mitchum. Deborah Kerr and Peter Ustinov spent two hours at the airport between planes on a flljtht from Australia to Los

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WESTERN 'BIG 4' AGREE ON THE SUMMIT AGENDA [ARTICLE]

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WESTERN 'BIG 4' AGREE ON THE SUMMIT AGENDA PARIS, Sunday THE Big Four Western leaders reached agreement on the general terms of a letter inviting Mr. Nikita Khrushchev for summit talks, conference sources here said last night. U.S. spokesmen said the Western Invitation to Mr. Khrushchev would be drafted today

Geneva April 25—that's the date favoured by Mr. K for the big talks [ARTICLE]

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Geneva April 25— that's the date favoured by Mr. K for the big talks Indicated he will not attend. There may be future diplomatic exchanges, observers said, about whether East and West Germany should attend In some advisory capacity, as at tht Foreign Ministers' conference In Geneva this summer. The

Nuclear sub [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear sub GROTON 'Connecticut). Sun— The Scorpion, a nu-clear-powered attack submarine, was launched here yesterday. Reuter

Cardinal Tien [ARTICLE]

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Cardinal Tien Vatican city, sun.— The Pope has named Cardinal Thomas Tien. apostolic administrator of Taipeh.— Reuter.

All quiet at 'Alice' after disturbance [ARTICLE]

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All quiet at 'Alice' after disturbance ALICE SPRINGS, Sunday. THREE policemen had to brandish rifles to quell 300 hostile aborigines armed with spears and clubs at the Lutheran mission, 85 miles west of Alice Springs. Central Australia. £st week^ arrested and will appear In court In Alice Springs this week

1960—A GREAT YEAR FOR 'NATURAL' [ARTICLE]

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1960— A GREAT YEAR FOR 'NATURAL' AKRON (Ohio). Sun.— The natural rubber Industry will enter 1960 "in a strong, healthy condition and 'with ft very bright future." according to Mr. Harvey S. Firestone. Jr.. chairman »»f Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. The rubber executive said the Industry's "general upward trend,

Cut your drinks to slim. says doctor [ARTICLE]

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Cut your drinks to slim. says doctor LONDON, Sun. Cocktail parties, expense account lunches, cars, television and not enough love were all named by -a doctor here a*» the reason for too many Britons putting on too much weight. Other causes: Lack of exercise, laiiness and creed. Dr. John Yudkin.

Americans take more liquor [ARTICLE]

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Americans take more liquor NEW YORK. Sun—Americans are drinking more liquor this year than in any year since the postwar heydays of 1946. according to an official of a distilling company here. He said the Intake of the average American of drinking age— 2l to 65— was from 256 gallons

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Health drive: Plans to educate the masses next year [ARTICLE]

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Health drive: Plans to educate the masses next year PETIR CALLS FOR PUBLIC CO-OPERATION SINGAPORE. Sunday. THE CHINESE-LANGUAGE edition of Petir has urged the public to co-operate with the Government "to wipe out the serious threat which the rapidly increasing population is posing on our standard of health services." The

WEDDINGS OF THE WEEKEND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WEDDINGS OF THE WEEKEND Mr. Ton Chor-Yong, assistant lecturer in the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, and Miss Virienne Cheah, of Ipoh, after their marriage at Hie Straits Chinese Methodist Church, Singapore, on Saturday. Mr. Yeoh Cheang Theam and Miss Quek Swee Woon, who were married at the New

WHERE TO SEE FREE FILM SHOWS [ARTICLE]

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WHERE TO SEE FREE FILM SHOWS SINGAPORE, Sun. Free film shows beginning at 7 pjn. will be given by the Ministry of Culture from tomorrow as follows: TOMORROW: Wah Mong School, Lorong Ah Soo; Kampon« San Teng, Thomson Road, 5 m.s.; Pulau Damar Laut. TUESDAY: Kampong Eunos; Nong Chong School,

Certificates for first aid [ARTICLE]

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Certificates for first aid SINGAPORE, Sun. Dr. P. C. Kwan, Director of St. John Ambulance Association, today presented First Aid Certificates to members of the Kampong Glam Ambulance and Nursing Divisions at Kampong Glam Malay Girls School In Arab Street. A tea party was held later.

'Xmas customs in America' [ARTICLE]

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'Xmas customs in America' SINGAPORE. Sun. Mrs. Horace Hill. History Professor at the Singapore American School, will speak at a luncheon of the Rotary Club of Singapore West on Thursday at Prince's Restaurant. Her subject: "Chrl&tmas Customs In America."

Queries in Assembly on detainees [ARTICLE]

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Queries in Assembly on detainees IPOH, Sun. The Mentrl 1 Besar of Perak. Inche Mohamed Ghazali bin Hajl Jawi. told the State Legislative Assembly meeting yesterday that 12 person* had been detained In the Tmlplnt Prison under the Restricted Residence Ordinance. Warrants under this ordinance were Issued by the Mentii

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WHATS TODAY DEAN'S SCHOOL present* drama-rum-ballet The Blue Bird at Cultural Centre Theatre 5.30 p.m. Y.W.C.A. (Raffles Quayi: Keep fit 9.15 a.m.; EnglUh convenation Intermediate 9.15 a.m., advanced 10.15 a.m., beginners 11.15 a.m.; Katong Club —at home of Mrs. ChU Chin nong 4.30 p.m.; Malay Civil Service Std. I 5

92 teachers off to Britain [ARTICLE]

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92 teachers off to Britain KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— 1 Ninety-two student teachers today left by a chartered BOAC Brittanla for Britain for a two-year course at Malayan teacher training colleges there. They comprise the third and final group of students to leave for Brlnsford Lodge and Kirkby this year. The

CENTRAL COOKING FOR —2.000 [ARTICLE]

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CENTRAL COOKING FOR —2.000 KUALA KANGSAR. San. Central cooking will be Introduced for the 2.000 people of Jerlun new village, four miles from here, from tomorrow. Thp new village is within the "Operation Jay a" area and the central cook* Ing is part of the Government's scheme to prevent supplies

OKFF TOO-—THE SOLOMON AND SHEBA TEA DANCE [ARTICLE]

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OKFF TOO--—THE SOLOMON AND SHEBA TEA DANCE SINGAPORE. Sun. A Christmas tea dance at which a "Queen of Sheba" and a "King Solomon" were to have been chosen, has been cancelled. Mr. Walter Koh. the chief organiser of the show, said today: "We feel that It. would not be proper

I SAW MISSING STUDENT, SAYS OIL DEALER [ARTICLE]

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I SAW MISSING STUDENT, SAYS OIL DEALER KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. a PETROL kiosk owner here claimed today that A he saw the missing 19-year-old student of the Malay College, Kuala Kangsar, Mohamed Yunus, in Weld Road here on Thursday evening. The man. Raja Zainal Abidin bin Raja Haji Ahmad. said-

For family fund [ARTICLE]

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For family fund BATU GAJAH. Sun —The 3rd Bn. Royal Malay Regiment, held a fur fair at the Town Padang here today to raise money for the regiments family fund.

Girl, 18, stabbed Woman held [ARTICLE]

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Girl, 18, stabbed Woman held TRIANG, Sun.— An 18-year-old girl. Kok Yoke Yen. was stabbed on the forehead by a woman while brushing her teeth at Kerayong. threo miles from here this weekend. A woman was later arrested.

IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR PMIP GOVT. [ARTICLE]

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IMPORTANT ISSUES FOR PMIP GOVT. KUALA TRENGGANU. Sun- Three important issues from the Trengganu Budget meeting last week are scheduled for discussion at a closed door meeting of the state's PMIP Government this evening. The three matters areWHO IS the state executive councillor who. it has been alleged, talked about

Acting head [ARTICLE]

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Acting head PENANG. Sun— A former senior master. Mr. Tagar Singh, will return to the Penang Free School next month as acting headmaster. He will take over from the I present principal. Mr. J M.B 1 Hughes, who goes on six months' leave next week.

Radio to give Malay dance lessons to English listeners [ARTICLE]

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Radio to give Malay dance lessons to English listeners NEW STEP TO BOOST CULTURE KUALA LUMPUR, Sun.— Radio Malaya is to take further steps to boost Malayan culture through its English programmes. A series of five lessons on how to dance traditional and classical Malay dances is expected to go

Baby girl found near a cemetery [ARTICLE]

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Baby girl found near a cemetery IPOH. Sun— A baby girl, about a month old. was found in a bush about 50 yards from the Malay cemetery in Jalan Bendahara here last night. Mr. Tan Lay Swee. a clerk In the Land Office, said he went to the bush after

Xmas greetings to Malaya over BBC [ARTICLE]

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Xmas greetings to Malaya over BBC KUALA LUMPUR. Sunday. MALAYAN students studying in Britain will sent Christmas greetings to parents and friend; over the BBC. The messages will be re- 1 layed through the BBC's Far Eastern Service on Friday. In a special Christmas Day programme, the BBC will feature

Radio show for Mosque Fund [ARTICLE]

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Radio show for Mosque Fund KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. A two- hour gala variety show, the 'Anekaragam Bintang Radio 1959." will be held at the Tengku Abdul Rahman Hall here on Dec. 27 in aid of the National Mosque Fund. The show is being organised by the Malay section of Radio

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Higher taxes defended [ARTICLE]

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Higher taxes defended BATU GAJAH, Sun.— An Alliance M.P., Inche Tajuddin bin Ali, said here yesterday that the hue and cry over the recent tax increases was because the people failed to understand the good they would derive from them. "The tax rise will enable us to secure and improve

001 BACKED FOR THE JOB OF MAYOR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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001 BACKED FOR THE JOB OF MAYOR Trade unionist to be formally nominated PENANG, Sunday. A SOCIALIST FRONT group today confirmed a recommendation by the Penang division of the Labour Party of Malaya to nominate Mr. Ooi Thiam Siew, Socialist whip in the State Assembly, as Mayor of George Town

Cheer Fund gives $750 for Sungei Buloh party [ARTICLE]

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Cheer Fund gives $750 for Sungei Buloh party KI'ALA LUMPUR, Sun. More than 300 children of the Sungei Buloh Leper Settlement. 16 miles from here, will have a Christmas party next week. The party Is being made possible with a donation of $750 from the Straits Times Cheer Fund. The

Xmas tree party [ARTICLE]

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Xmas tree party KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. Nearly 100 children attended a Christmas tree party held by the Selangor Eurasian Recreation Club at the La Salle School here today.

50 lb. of opium seized [ARTICLE]

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50 lb. of opium seized IPOH. Sun— Customs officers yesterday seized 501 b. of opium after they stopped a car at Sungel Slput. 18 miles north of here, yesterday. The driver and a passenger were detained.

Soo Moy flies this week for new life in U.S. [ARTICLE]

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Soo Moy flies this week for new life in U.S. KULIM, Sun. A 17-year-old schoolgirl. Ho Soo Moy, win fly from Malaya this weak to join her brothers and sisters, all of whom have been adopted by their uncle in San Francisco. "I am looking forward to celebrating Christmas with

Govt. plans more aborigine schools [ARTICLE]

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Govt. plans more aborigine schools I^UALA LUMPUR, Sun. More schools are to be opened in the various states next year to educate aborigine children. Part of the $500,000 approved by the Federation Government for minor capital works In rural areas for 1960 will be used for building the schools. In

LEADER SAYS: THIS IS MOST UNFAIR [ARTICLE]

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LEADER SAYS: THIS IS MOST UNFAIR IPOH, Sunday. REDUCTION of English periods in Chinese schook. is a most unfair step, president of the Association of Teachers of English in Chinese Schools, Mr Loh Tham Uat, said today at the association's executive council meeting here. Mr. Loh warned of the I

Court president off to KL [ARTICLE]

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Court president off to KL JOHORE BAHRU. Bun.— Mr. G. C. Byrne, president of the Sessions Court, Johore Bahru. leaves at the end of the month on transfer to Kuala Lumpur where he will take up duties a s President of the Sessions Court there.

Organist didn't turn up [ARTICLE]

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Organist didn't turn up PENANG, Sun. A wedding at St. George's Church here was held up for about 30 minutes yesterday when the organist failed to turn up Miss W.E. Walnwright, prtn- dpal of the St. George's Girls' School, came to the rescue, and the Rev. A. C Dumper proceeded

TEACHERS SAY 'YES' TO FORMATION OF SINGLE UNION [ARTICLE]

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TEACHERS SAY 'YES' TO FORMATION OF SINGLE UNION SINGAPORE, Sunday. A SINGLE giant union to represent all teachers in Singapore who are registered with the Ministry of Education here is taking shape. Several teachers' organisations have agreed .to join the Singapore Teachers' Union, which wlil form the nucleus of the

Girl of 17 missing for a month [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Girl of 17 missing for a month SINGAPORE. Sun. A 17--year-old schooUirl, Nf Guan Koo (above) has bren reported missing from her Lorong 29, Geylang. home since Nov. 14. The girl, a pupil of the Chung Hwa C.irU' High School, left her house on the evening of Nov. 14 after

SUBMARINE IS BACK IN SERVICE AT NAVAL BASE [ARTICLE]

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SUBMARINE IS BACK IN SERVICE AT NAVAL BASE BINGAPORE. Bun. Tht Royal Navy submarine Squadron, was recommlssloned at the Naval Base dockyard here on Friday. The recommissionlng ceremony was conducted by the commanding officer. Lt. C. E Gibson. H M.S. Tactician, which has a crew of six officers and 85

Plea to cut water rates [ARTICLE]

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Plea to cut water rates KUALA LUMPUR, SunArmy contractors in the Federation are to seek lower water and electricity rates for washing and ironing soldiers' uniforms. This decision was taken today at the annual general meeting of the All-Malaya Army Contractors Association here.

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CONVOYS FOR PERAK: DETAILS [ARTICLE]

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CONVOYS FOR PERAK: DETAILS I^UALA KANGSAR. Sun. Convoys will run regularly in the southern part of the "Operation Jaya" area in central Perak from Tuesday. The convoy In the north Is already In operation. A convoy which will run every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday will start from two checking points,

All in Kelantan get the jabs [ARTICLE]

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All in Kelantan get the jabs TRENGGANU WILL RECEIVE 20,000 MORE SMALLPOX SERUM DOSES KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— Nearly all in South Kelantan. have now been vaccinated against smallpox. Fifteen people were found with the disease there last week. In Pasir Puteh alone, where nine of the cases were admitted to

MISS UNIVERSE TO OPEN TRADE FAIR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MISS UNIVERSE TO OPEN TRADE FAIR AKIKO KOJIMA "Miss I nl verse" left Kuala I Lumpur yesterday for Sin- fapore alter a five-day "personal appearance" i visit. She gave displays of Japanese fabrics at a Kuala Lumpur cinema which j drew fall houses. Miss Kojima will be in Sin- gapore

Party for 400 [ARTICLE]

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Party for 400 IPOH. Sun— Four hundred boys and girls from nearby mew villages were entertalnled to a Christmas party by the Ipoh Rotary Club at the IJuoilee Amusement Park here yesterday

Minister: PAP's rivals belong to Ice Age [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Minister: PAP's rivals belong to Ice Age SINGAPORE. Sun. AN ARTICLE in the latest English language edition of Petir, the People's Action Party organ, predicts a bleak future for the opposition partiesThe article by Mr. S. RaJaratnam. who Is Minister for Culture, b headed The-Comic-Opera Parties. It deals with ihe

NEW ANTI-BANDIT UNIT ARRIVES [ARTICLE]

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NEW ANTI-BANDIT UNIT ARRIVES IPOH. Sun. Malaya's newest anti-bandit, fighting unit, the Ist. Bn., 3rd. East Anglian Regiment, arrived here today by special train from Singapore It arrived from England last month and had been In training Replacing the Ist Bn the Loyal Regiment which returned to England la*t week

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I* W»rds Sit (minimum) THE FAMILY or the late Mr Michael Tan thanks all friend", relatives. F MA T C... for donations, wreaths and kind attendance at the funeral MR. A MRS ROBERT. Chla Thlam Cheow thank relatives .and friends for their valuable presents, kind assjstance and attendance of

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS Wtrdt Sit (Minimum) AT -TMI COCKPIT- Mondaya to rtwaa** Kucinee* Mnoa l.uorh <J.3n VANITY for Go»na and Olfts. 32 ■afTIM Place, fl'pore. Open tn A pm. TOWN A COUNTRY'S rocktall and »»ort evening gowns The latent by Air All nirea CLAMOUR CHRISTMAS COWNI Air Parcel Ju«t Arrived. Tommy Thomson

The Straits Times. Monday. December 21, 1959 The Common Market [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times. Monday. December 21, 1959 The Common Market The more the common market proposals of the Singapore Government are discussed, the clearer it is that the time has come for facts and figures. On one point at least there ought to be agreement between the two Malayan governments.

Precautions [ARTICLE]

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Precautions An outbreak of smallpox is no cause for panic as it was in the old epidemic days, but it does demand responsible behaviour by the public. Everyone who is not immune should take the opportunity made available by the medical authorities to be vaccinated. Parents in particular should remember

Bangkok Laurels [ARTICLE]

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Bangkok Laurels The Federation and Singapore teams to the SEAP Games return with a gold or two fewer than they had hoped to win, but with the pride that goes with eight golds each. There were disappointments, and there rh ill-luck in more than one i event. It was galling

LETTERS

RUMI and JAWI [LETTER]

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RUMI and JAWI GOVERNMENTS ARGUMENTS WERE MUCH THE SAME AS OURS" IF you will go through the motion that was passed in Parliament on the question of the script for our national language you will find that, in spite of the Prime Minister's speech, what in effect was carried was

WASHINGTON SCENE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WASHINGTON SCENE Donald Ludlow ...by SEVEN months and seven men are the main factors in the race to fill President Eisenhower's shoes in the White House. The months are those between now and July when the Democrats and the Republicans will hold their national party conventions to choose their final

RECORD' NOT NEW [ARTICLE]

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RECORD' NOT NEW WHILE my compliments go to the naval ratings who rowed round Singapore in 60 hours <ST Dec. 16). I must point out In lairness to others the Inaccuracy of the claim that they made history In February 1955, two university students. Llm Chuan Poh and Lee Hoe

SPACE FOR THUMB-PRINT [ARTICLE]

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SPACE FOR THUMB-PRINT r ]"HE Social Welfare Lotteries Board should provide a space in the ticket where the owner can out his signature or thumb impression. Absolute secrecy in giving out prize moipy must also be ensured by the board These measures will elfmlnate any possibility of crime that may

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Abortion: Make it legal—doctor [ARTICLE]

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Abortion: Make it legal doctor •IMPERATIVE THAT SOMETHING BE DONE ABOUT PROBLEM' BUT ONLY AS AN INTERIM MEASURE SUBJECT TO REVIEW, URGES ARTICLE SINGAPORE, Sunday. rpIE LEGALISING of abortion in Singa- pore is urged in an article in the latest issue of the English-language edition of Petir, the official P.A.P,

TENGKU in S;PORE FOR [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU in S;PORE FOR CINGAPORE, Sun The Federation Prime Minister. Tengku Abdul Rahman, flew here this evenIng for what he described as a "short res.t." He was accompanied by his wife, Puan Sharifa Rodzlah. and their two children. Madam and Sulaiman. The private party was met at the airport by

60 hear talk [ARTICLE]

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60 hear talk KUALA LUMPUR. Sun.— About 60 people attended a talk on "Islam and Human Relations" by the secretarygeneral of the World Muslim Congress. Dr. Said Ramadan, at the British Council Hall here tonight.

'COWBOY' THUG LEADS $500 RAID ON SHOP [ARTICLE]

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'COWBOY' THUG LEADS $500 RAID ON SHOP SEREMBAN, Sun. Three men one swinging a pistol in true Western style last night robbed an Indian shop owner of $500 cash at Senawang Estate, five miles from here. The robbery took place a few hours after the estate had paid advances to

NEW ROAD SAFETY FILMS ON SHOW [ARTICLE]

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NEW ROAD SAFETY FILMS ON SHOW KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. The Malayan Film Unit has launched the first of a series of inexpensive "still" roadsafety films, as part ot its contribution to keep death off the roads. The MFU chief. Mr. Ow Keng Law. told the Straits Times today that a

Mass resignations: What is wrong at varsity? asks Undergrad [ARTICLE]

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Mass resignations: What is wrong at varsity? asks Undergrad SINGAPORE, Sun. THE Malayan Undergrad said today that a record number of resignations have taken place in the University of Malaya in Singapore and asked: 'What is wrong?" The student newspaper gave this list of resignations: Prof. D. W. Gould, professor

Farmer who defied robbers slashed [ARTICLE]

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Farmer who defied robbers slashed KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. k 55-YEAR-OLD farmer who refused to hand over his money to two armed robbers was slashed with parangs on the head and arm in Puchong, seven miles from here, early today. The farmer. Yonf Sim Mok. told the Straits Times: "They demanded

Battalion to be moved [ARTICLE]

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Battalion to be moved KOTA BHARU. Sun. The 2nd Bn. the Royal Malay Regiment, now stationed In Talping is to be posted to Kelantan. An Army spokesman In Kuala Lumpur said the move was a "routine" matter.

CO-OP RICE MILLS TO AID FARMERS [ARTICLE]

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CO-OP RICE MILLS TO AID FARMERS MALACCA, Sun.— The Minister of Agriculture, Inche Abdul Axil bin Ishak. said here yesterday that It was planned to establish one big co-ope-rative rice mill in addition to the smaller ones already existing in every rice crowing area In the country. This would put

Move to tighten marriage laws [ARTICLE]

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Move to tighten marriage laws CINGAPORE. Bun. Only the Chief Kathl cap marry Muslims who already have wives living should amendments to the Muslims Ordinance, now before the Legislative Assembly, be approved. The Bill, first tabled on Dec. 10 and published this weekend, also provides that the Chief Kathl should,

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Rugby action... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rugby action... ABOVE: Wing thr««qu<irter Coe touches down despite being tackled by Civilian defender to score Services first points in rheir 27-8 victory on Saturday. BELOW: Blake, the Services centre-three, passes the ball just before he is brought down by his opposite number Forbes. Others in this picture are McAndrew

Rutherford shines in second trial [ARTICLE]

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Rutherford shines in second trial LONDON, Sun. ENGLAND'S Rugby Union selectors learned little from the second trial match at Exeter yesterday in which the Probables were beaten 9—3 by the Possibles— the first time the Possibles had won since 1955. In spite of making changes at halftime, the selectors sMll

SERVICES XV SHOW POWER AND SPEED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SERVICES XV SHOW POWER AND SPEED SAUL JOSHUA A REVIEW BY KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. FuM marks to Wing Commander (Rev P. J- Bowen and his co-selectors for picking a *cam truly representative of the top talent of Services players in Malaya and Singapore. The Malayan Services XV confirmed this when

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And one about Malaya... [ARTICLE]

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And one about Malaya... SACRILEGE IN MALAYA. Hy Pierre Boullc. Translated by Xsn Kidding. (Seeker Marburg IRs. HPHIS is an acount of life M. In a big French rubber company, called Sophia, operating in Malaya. It opens in the thirties with a considerable cast of French and English planters on

A vivid account of a recent chapter in history [ARTICLE]

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A vivid account of a recent chapter in history KATHLEEN HICKLEY BY TWO DROPS OF BLOOD. By Deni. Corley Smith. (Ernest Benn 155.) JJERE'S a fast moving novel about the day-to-day lives of foreign correspondents. It is set in Vietnam against the background of the Indo-China war, and although it

THE NEW THRILLERS [ARTICLE]

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NEW ORLEANS WAS HOME OF DUELLING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEW ORLEANS WAS HOME OF DUELLING AN AVERAGE OF THREE DUELS A DAY- FOR ALMOST 150 YEARS EARLY one morning in 1815, a small procession of men made their way to a clearing on the west bank of the Mississippi, where today stands the New Orleans suburb of Algiers. They

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MALAYAN SHARE MARKET REVIEW

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Share Market: Dec. 19 Dec. 18 Industrials: 115.34 115.43 Tins: 145.22 144.51 S Rubbers: 189.83 189.03 Jan. 1 1958=1*0.

Market tired and quieter [ARTICLE]

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Market tired and quieter FAIR BUSINESS DONE IN INDUSTRIALS By Our Market Correspondent THERE was a reasonably good turnover on the Malayan Share Market last week, but there were signs that the market was quieter and tired after the great burst of activity in the last three months. Malayan investors

OFFICIAL PRICES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL PRICES TIN RIBBER (prrpirul) (perib.) Dee. 14 $384.87 >, $114 15 $XXXXX 11.13 V, 16 5385.75 $1.13 K 17 S3M.«2>j $1.14', IS $38*75 11.18 V, 19 $386.62

DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [ARTICLE]

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DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED Current date of Total Total for payment payment for previous year t«"" Kampong Lanjut Is. Cd. Jan 13 Is. 6d t%

Rubber closes on a baffling note [ARTICLE]

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Rubber closes on a baffling note T*HE Singapore Rubber Market closed the week on a somewhat baffling note, the Friday close being up 4 t cents to $1,181, the highest level during five days' trading. It appears that China was in the market for prompt shipment first grade and there

COMMODITY REVIEW [ARTICLE]

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COMMODITY REVIEW Copra closed at $39 4 for UK/ C ruinent December January sr ipments. and coconut oil at $614 for bulk and $634 for drum. Other Chinese Prodnce Exchange prices were Hamburg cube $100 sellers; sago flourUngga %t\ seilers; Sarawak $7\ sellers: Siak $74 sellers; Singapore fair $7V 4

SATURDAY BUSINESS [ARTICLE]

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SATURDAY BUSINESS THE Malayan Share Brokers' As- sociation reported on Saturday, (Dee. 19) "All sections were quietly steady and the turnover was small." Singapore brokers reported the following business: Industrials: Oammon $2.11; Hume pref. A4s. 9d.; M. Colls $1.73 and $1.74; O. Chinese Bank $20.75; Cold Storage $1.15: StralU Times

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES HTHE Malayan Exchange Banks' A Asstrlatl— made the following changes In Its rate* to merchants on Saturday, Dec. 19, (ail rates to $100): Canada: buying airmail T.T. 31 6/16. OD 31 7/16. 90 d/st 31 7/8 credit bills. 31 15/16 trade bills. Selling T.T. or OD. ready: Canada

MALAYAN SHARE LIST [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN SHARE LIST HPHK following list of revised quotation sws* issued by the Malayan Share Brokers' Association after its last meeting on Saturday (Dec. 19). H and I. stand for highest and lowest price* for business done this year. Ml ft MAN IKS 131 t tit tastM im mi nclfiSß

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NOTICES S.S. GOVERNMENT 3« 9 WAR LOAN 1953/60 Notlc« is hereby Riven that the transfer books of the abovementioned loan will be closed Jrom Ist to 15th January i960, both day* inclusive, for the preparation of interest warrant*. THE CHARTERED BANK SINGAPORE "KEDAH L.E.A. AND PERLIS L.E.A." RrfistraUon of <

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NOTICE THE MALAYAN EXCHANGE BANKS' ASSOCIATION All members of the above Association In the State of Singapore will be closed for business on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th December 1959 for Christmas Day and the following day. RIDA TENDER NOTICE TENDERS will be received by the Pegawai Kemajuan Negri. Neari

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENT UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA IN SINGAPORE BURSARSHIP Applications are Invited for appointment to the pout of Bursar in the University of Malaya In Singapore. The successful candidate will be required to take up duties as soon as possible. Candidates should have a recognised professional Accountancy qualification and wide professional

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENT CITY COUNCIL NOTICE Applications are Invited from suitably qualified persons for the post of Mechanical Maintenance Foreman in the Fenang Power Station Initially on a 3-year agreement with prospects of permanency subject to satisfactory completion of a probationary period. The qualifications necessary for this post are: (1) Ability

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5-GOAL JIMMY SHOCKS THE DIV 1 LEADERS [ARTICLE]

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5-GOAL JIMMY SHOCKS THE DIV 1 LEADERS T ONDON, Sun. Chelsea's Jimmy Greaves, England's discarded inside forward, slammed home all five goals against Preston North End to send the English First Division leaders to a shock 5-4 home defeat today. In a thrilling, dra-ma-packed match, the 19 -year-old insideright was

League positions [ARTICLE]

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League positions FIRST DIVISION P W D L F x PtTottenham 22 11 8 XXXXX 30 Preston 22 12 5 5 46 36 29 i Wolves 22 13 2 7 58 42 28 Burnley 22 12 3 7 42 35 27 i Blackburn 22 12 3 7 43 34 27

Border collapse—all out for 16 in Cup match [ARTICLE]

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Border collapse all out for 16 in Cup match AST LONDON. Sun.— Natal < dismissed Border for 16 runs, the lowest tQtal ever recorded in a first class match in South Africa, on the first day of a Currle Cup game here yesterday. Trevor Ooddard. the Test all-rounder, wrecked Border's

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Soccer incident: Ref partly to blame —Durai [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Soccer incident: Ref partly to blame Durai MALAYANS HOME FROM SEAP GAMES ACTIONIT'S UP TO FAM' KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. ]tf ALAYA'S contingent to the S.E.A.P. Games ITA returned from Bangkok today in two specially-chartered planes. Mr. K. /vryadurai, secretary of the Federation of Malaya Olympic Council and of the contingent,

Selangor Club beaten [ARTICLE]

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Selangor Club beaten KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. The Perak Turf Club S.C. beat Selangor Club by 1.1 points (two goals. try> to nine (try. two penalties) In a friendly rugger match on the padang here this morning. The visitors scored tries through Cheam Suan 001. Whlttaker and Rodrigues. Faith made two

Darul wrest SAFA Cup [ARTICLE]

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Darul wrest SAFA Cup EASY WIN FOR CHAMPIONS L- SINGAPORE, Sunday. EAGUE champions Darul Aflah won the Singapore A.F.A. Senior Cup when they beat Fatnul Karib, the holders, 3—2 in the final at Jalan Besar 1 today. Darul won easier than the score suggests. They led 2-1 at half-time, went

THE SECOND TEST NINE FOR 69 — PATEL'S BOWLING FEAT [ARTICLE]

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THE SECOND TEST NINE FOR 69 PATEL'S BOWLING FEAT KANPUR. Sun Jasu Patel 35-year-old off-spinner, achieved the best bowling figures for India in Test cricket, when he captured nine for 69 against Aus-' tralia on the second day of the Second Test here today. Patel. whose figures surpassed the nine

B. Bintang out [ARTICLE]

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B. Bintang out SINGAPORE. Sun—Rainbow eliminated Buklt Blntang 3-1 In the first round of the Bukit Pan Jang district football knockout compoti tion at Buklt Panjang English School ground today.

PWD Shield to Seremban [ARTICLE]

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PWD Shield to Seremban SEREMBAN. Bun— P.W.D. Workshop, Beremban. won the Inter-district shield when they beat Kuala Pllah P.W.D. in the final of the soccer competition here today. Scorers for Seremban were Baharl <2), Francis and Vivian Gomes. Arif (2) and Ahmad replied for Kuala Pllah.

Walsh wins golf medal [ARTICLE]

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Walsh wins golf medal SINGAPORE, Sun.— J. J Walsh won the Royal island Club "C" Division monthly medal Stableford golf competition at Thomson Road today. The ball sweep winner *aa M. Wataml. The mixed toursome stroke competition went to K. Matheson and A Tod.

BMH beaten [ARTICLE]

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BMH beaten SINGAPORE. Sun.— A ia.Uminute goal by Salahudln enabled Joyful Indians to beat B.M.H. 3-2 In their friendly soccer match at Alexandra today. Omar and Loganathun scored the other goals for th-s Indians. Pilling and McMahon scored for BMH

S. Korea in Round 2 [ARTICLE]

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S. Korea in Round 2 TOKYO. Sun— South Korea today qualified to advance Into the second round of the series of Olympic Games soccer qualifying tournament matches in the Asian-Australian zone. In the second and final i game against Japan here,! Korea lost 0-1 but on the aggregate number of

SINGAPORE ATHLETES RETURN FULL OF PRAISE FOR SIAMESE [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE ATHLETES RETURN FULL OF PRAISE FOR SIAMESE SINGAPORE; Sunday THIRTY-FOUR mem- bers of the Singapore contingent to the S.E.A.P. Games at Bangkok returned to Singapore by air late last night. In the party were all the eight Singapore gold medal winners. Last night's arrivals were the athletics, swimming, weightlifting

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SINGAPORE: Ragfer SCC "B" v 443 BAD. padang; SRC v RAP Tengah, padang; Johore English College v Ist Foresters Rtgiment, JBC.

Honesty drive by bus union [ARTICLE]

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Honesty drive by bus union SINGAPORE TRACTION COMPANY MEN TO WIPE OUT CORRUPTION AND RUDENESS APPEAL TO PUBLIC TO CO-OPERATE BY REPORTING 'SQUEEZE' BY THE WORKERS SINGAPORE, Sunday. WEEK-LONG drive begins tomorrow to wipe out traces of corruption and rudeness among Singapore Traction Company employees. Organised by the 3.000-strong SXC.

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH ERJC ATHELSTAN CHARD ptacr- nursing borne on '.'nth IVrrmhcr after short Illness. s. Mic. S' Andrews Cathedral 4 p.m.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT THE FAMILY of th- latt l.ai Choo thank tbc mother, all relatives and in-inds for their wreaths donations coodototeaa nd.inw and assistance .it the Inniral veMerdav.

I repent, says ex-Emperor Pu-yi [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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I repent, says ex-Emperor Pu-yi HONEYMOON BY THE SEA FOR THE SHAH AND FARAH HENRY PU-YI former puppet "Emperor of Manchuria" under the Japanese, is seen signing v document of repentance for his past crimes alter his release by the Chinese Communists in Peking last week. He was one of

Admiral Harcourt dies [ARTICLE]

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Admiral Harcourt dies LONDON. Sun. Admiral Sir Cecil Harcourt. who accepted the Japanese surrender of Hong Kong in 1945. died at his London home yesterday after a heart attack. He wan 67. Admiral Harcourt commanded a cruiser squadron in the Mediterranean at the time of the North African landings. For

Reds free two US sailors [ARTICLE]

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Reds free two US sailors HONG KONG. Sun. Two American sailors who "mistakenly Intruded" Into Chinese Communist territory on Dec. 16. were released today after being detained by local militia, the New China News Agency reported from Canton. The sailors were released at Bhumchun.— Reuter.

BLANK COLUMNS AFTER A COURT CLAMP ON NEWS [ARTICLE]

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BLANK COLUMNS AFTER A COURT CLAMP ON NEWS ISTANBUL. Sun. Four Turkish morning newspapers today appeared here with blank columns on their front pages, following a court order prohibiting the publication of the International Press Institute's reaction to jail sentences recently passed on Turkish Journalists. An Appeal Court recently approved

And now he's 'King of China* [ARTICLE]

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And now he's 'King of China* HONG KONG, Sun. A self-proclaimed "King of the World" flew in from Manila today and in a matter of hours proclaimed himself King of Hong Kong" and 'King of China." Gaily-attired in an anklelength pink silk embroidered gown Bishop Homer A. Tomlinson, of the

A BAN ON DONKEYS —SO ANCIENT BUT... [ARTICLE]

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A BAN ON DONKEYS —SO ANCIENT BUT... MOSCOW, Sun.— Life came to a halt in the country town of Andizhan, in the Soviet Central Asian Republic of Uzbekistan, when the city authorities banned donkeys because "they were rather uncultured and made the town dirty." Reporting this, the Soviet Government newspaper

Book on Nik's US visit [ARTICLE]

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Book on Nik's US visit MOSCOW. Sun A book entitled "Face to Face With America 11 on Mr. Nikita Khrushchev's September vl.Mt to the United States will soon be published in Moscow, the Soviet Government newspaper Izvestia said today— Reuter.

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