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The Straits Times, 26 January 1963

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 100,000 The Straits Times Hat****' Heart*** Estd 1845 SATURDA\, JANUARY 26. 1963. it 15 CENTS. KON 352

TU-16 AIR PATROLS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TU- 16 AIR PATROLS Indonesia claims 'Operation Moonlight' extended to 'border' with Malaya 'Nothing to do with our new policy' JAKARTA, Friday INDONESIAN Air Force planes are now patrolling the "border" with Singapore and Malaya, an Air Force spokesman said today. The planes are Russian-built TU-16 medium jet bombers and

An English family wants to 'adopt' Jedi while he is in Britain [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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An English family wants to 'adopt' Jedi while he is in Britain SKETCHING PATIENT CATCHES THE EYE OF GOOD-DEED BOY SCOUT 'He has won us all over' —Mrs. GREEN From DOUG LACKERSTEEN London, Friday English family would like to "adopt" for the duration of his stay in this country Malacca's

Clough faces six months' jail [ARTICLE]

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Clough faces six months' jail LONDON. Fri. Mr. Desmond dough, defence correspondent of the Dally Sketch, was today given 10 days to reveal sources of Information for a story he wrote on William Vassall. the convicted spy If he does not, ruled Lord Parker, the Lord Chief Justice, he v.

Snow in Tunisia [ARTICLE]

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Snow in Tunisia TUNIS, Fri. Tunisia had Its first snowfall for six years last night, and weather ex. perts said the cold had spread from Europe. Reuter.

Foot's new U.N. job [ARTICLE]

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Foot's new U.N. job UNITED NATIONS, Fri— The U.N. last night announced the appointment of Sir Hugh Foot, who last year resigned from the British U.N. delegation over a policy disagreement on Southern Rhodesia, as a consultant to the U.N. special fund. His Job will be to consult governments of

Pledge to use army to beat the cold [ARTICLE]

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Pledge to use army to beat the cold LONDON, Friday. MR. Richard Wood, Britain's Minister of Power, promised yesterday that the Government would use troops if need be, to move urgently needed fuel stocks during the current cold spell. He was speaking after a Cabinet meeting at which the Prime

IT'S OFF WITH THOSE BLUESTOCKINGS [ARTICLE]

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IT'S OFF WITH THOSE BLUESTOCKINGS LONDON, Fri. Five students from Girton. Cambridge University wo. men's college, have volunteered to appear on-stage nude from the waist upwards In an under. graduate production of the musical "Expresso Bongo." To keep their identities secret they will wear masks and G-strinits as they appear

New pay pact for teachers [ARTICLE]

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New pay pact for teachers LONDON, Pri. A new wage agreement for 270.000 teachers in England and Wales was arranged today by representatives of teachers unions and schools boards. Reupter.

To hasten freedom [ARTICLE]

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To hasten freedom LONDON, Pri. The Commonwealth and Colonial Secretary. Mr. Duncan Sandys, will visit Kenya in mid- February to hasten Kenya's independence, the Commonwealth Relations Office announced yesterday.—UPL

Planter found dead outside house [ARTICLE]

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Planter found dead outside house OEREMBAN. Fri. An estate planter, Mr Allan Forscutt, 45. was found shot dead outside his bungalow on Linsum Estate, Rantau. last night. Mr. Forscutt and his wife who had earlier returned from the Seremban Golf Club, had been heard speaking loudly from the bungalow. He

Bhutto takes second job [ARTICLE]

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Bhutto takes second job KARACHI. Fri. Mr. Zulflcar Bhutto, the Minister of Industries and Natural Resources, will act as Pakistani Foreign Minister in place of the late Mr. Mohammed All. Mr. Bhutto has been leading Pakistan's delegation in the talks with India on the Kashmir question.— Reuter.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS MOON NOT SIGHTED hi M LI MI 'l in- it< -a noon lill lit. H»ri i: ij i

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CEASEFIRE IN VIETNAM FOR THE NEW YEAR [ARTICLE]

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CEASEFIRE IN VIETNAM FOR THE NEW YEAR SAIGON, Fri. T h c Communist guerillas in South Vietnam today began a unil ate r a 1 three and a half day ceasefire to celebrate the lunar new >ear festi val. Their last major action yesterday was to dynamite a train near

As beer runs out brewery men end strike [ARTICLE]

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As beer runs out brewery men end strike NAIROBI, Fri. Trade union and company officials yesterday reached a settlement on the 10-day old strike of brewery workers just as beer supplies throughout Kenya were about exhausted. A meeting reached agreement on a wage adjustment. Managerial staff worked up to 10-hour

West 'set for defence of India' [ARTICLE]

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West 'set for defence of India' BRITAIN, US WOULD FLY IN IF CHINA BEGAN RAIDS NEW DELHI, Friday. fHE U.S. and British air forces will take over the air defence of India if there are any signs of China preparing bomber strikes, informed sources said today. The British and Americans

General Park steps into Korea power struggle [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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General Park steps into Korea power struggle SEOUL, Fri. Strongman Gen. Park Chung Hee (above) yesterday stepped into the power struggle among South Korea's leaders and ordered the military junta to stay out of politics. Gen. Park laid down a six-point order to the junta members warning them not to

Complaint in Australia over Red China's pillow cases [ARTICLE]

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Complaint in Australia over Red China's pillow cases CANBERRA. Fri. Ninety per cent of pillow cases imported into Australia are from Communist China, a witness told the tariff board here. China's participation In international trade was not governed by competitive ability In costs, said the witness. Mr. W. A. Hartlgan.

Manila to Jakarta [ARTICLE]

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Manila to Jakarta JAKARTA, Fri.— A total of 1.600 Indonesians, who entered the Philippines illegally, will be returned here in March. Reuter.

Quick look round [ARTICLE]

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Quick look round TUNIS: Ten men sentenced to death last week for plotting to kill Tunisian President Habib Bourgulba were executed at dawn. LONDON: A total of 183.416 Commonwealth i m m 1 grants entered Britain between July l, 1962 when a law controlling Commonwealth Immigration came into effect, and

Water, six cents a bottle [ARTICLE]

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Water, six cents a bottle ROTTERDAM. Fri. Grocers today sold fresh water at about threepence for two pints (six cents a pint) because the cold spell has made the city supply virtually umlrinkable with a salt content 10 times above normal. Rotterdam gets its water from the Maas, a tributary

U.S. oil firms ask Ceylon for $10.3 compensation [ARTICLE]

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U.S. oil firms ask Ceylon for $10.3 compensation /COLOMBO. Fri. The American Esso and Caltex oil companies today handed the Ceylon Petroleum Company claims for compensation totalling $10.3 million for property and equipment acquired by th- Ceylon Government. .Company sources said Shell would probably submit a compensation claim estimated at

THANT REJECTS JAKARTA DEMAND ON WEST IRIAN [ARTICLE]

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THANT REJECTS JAKARTA DEMAND ON WEST IRIAN UNITED NATIONS. FrL U Thant, the secretarygeneral, last night formally announced the rejection of an Indonesian bid to shorten the period of U.N. administration of West New Guinea (West Irian 3ut he said he felt steps could be taken to heed the wishes

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Parker: It's contempt if a reporter won't te11... [ARTICLE]

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Parker: It's contempt if a reporter won't te11... LONDON, Friday. Lord Chief Justice, Lord Parker, ruled in the High Court yesterday that a reporter who refused to disclose" his sources of information to the Vassall spy inquiry tribunal was guilty of contempt of court. He said that he would sentence

PARTED, NOW LINDA PUTS A STOP TO. CREDIT [ARTICLE]

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PARTED, NOW LINDA PUTS A STOP TO CREDIT LOS ANGELES, Fri.— Actress Linda Darnell (above) won a court order here yesterday forbidding her estranged husband to use her name for credit. Miss Darnell, who is asking for US$l,OOO a month alimony, alleged in an* affidavit that her husband, airline pilot

New plan on death penalty [ARTICLE]

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New plan on death penalty DUBLIN. Fri.— The Irish Government has decided in principle on the abolition of the death penalty. The Minister for Justice, Mr. C. Haughey, told the Dail (Parliament) that he would soon give details of the plan which provided for the retention of the death penalty

'Rose Marie' composer dies, 89 [ARTICLE]

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'Rose Marie' composer dies, 89 NEW YORK, Fri.— Otto Haxbach, the famous playwright and librettist who wrote such songs as "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," "Rose Marie," and "Cuddle up a Little Closer," died at his home yesterday after a long illness. He was 89. Harbach. who was born In

Lebanese repeat shooting claims [ARTICLE]

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Lebanese repeat shooting claims BEIRUT, Pri. Lebanese gendarmerie reiterated claims that Syrian troops fired on wood-gatherers on Monday six miles Inside Lebanese territory The Cabinet was said to be considering an official diplomatic protest. Syria has closed its border tc Lebanese to prevent "Infiltration of Nasserite elements." U.P.I

No confidence move [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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No confidence move LONDON, Prl»— The Labour Ooposition in the House ol Commons last night moved a motion of no confidence In the Government for the way the Polaris submarine missile pact was reached in Nassau between President Kennedy and Mr. Macmillan. The motion will dc debated next week.

KENNEDY TO SEND POLARIS SUBS TO THE MEDITERRANEAN [ARTICLE]

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KENNEDY TO SEND POLARIS SUBS TO THE MEDITERRANEAN WASHINGTON. Fri.— President Kennedy told his Press conference yesterday that Polaris missile submarines would be sent to the Mediterranean. The President was ques. tinned about official statements in Rome and Ankara that the Polaris force would replace Jupiter missiles to be withdrawn

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NEW YEAR RESOLUTION: INVEST $10 PER MONTH IN THE M.C.I.S. SPECIAL ASSURANCE PLANS May we first wish our Chinese friends Keong Hee Fatt Choy! May we next suggest that one of your New Year Resolutions should be to Invest at least $10 pm in our MCIS Bpecial Assurance Plans! May

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Acid attack: Rich man's son found guilty [ARTICLE]

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Acid attack: Rich man's son found guilty SINGAPORE, Friday. A NG YliK HAY, 17, a petrol kiosk attendant, the son of a wealthy businessman, was convicted iit the Assize Court yesterday on charges of causing grievous 'hurt, while being a member of an unlawful assembly and throwing acid. Mr. Justice

Shock-but Liz topped her class [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Shock-but Liz topped her class SINGAPORE, Fri.— Sixteen months ago, pretty Elizabeth Linus (above) went to Britain with high hopes of getting a tutor's diploma in midwifery. Elizabeth had already qualified as a midwife in Singapore. But to her dismay she found that her local certificate was not recognised in

FAILED TO REPORT: 6 MONTHS' [ARTICLE]

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FAILED TO REPORT: 6 MONTHS' SINGAPORE. Fri. Described as "a regular housebreaker," Abdul Kadlr bin Thamby Chlk was Jailed for six months and ordered to serve 12 months' police supervision. He had pleaded guilty to failing to report as a police supervisee on Feb. 20 last year. Senior Inspector Tuan

Tax on goods [ARTICLE]

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Tax on goods JEBSELTON, Fti. The Commissioner of Trade and Customs has placed the following values on dutiable goods as at Jan. 14: Hubhrr 741 cents per pound, and Copra $308.60 per ton.

Wonder boy Lian Ann steps down [ARTICLE]

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Wonder boy Lian Ann steps down SINGAPORE. Fri. Tan Lian Ann. Singapore chess champion and run-ner-up In the Australian Chess Championships will not contest his Junior title In the Singapore Chess Championships this year. A total of 26 participants have entered for the qualifying rounds which begin on Feb. 2

LONDON STOCK MARKET [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCK MARKET LONDON, Fri. An unsettled week and account ended on a dull note. OUt-edged made the best showing although prices were no more than a shade harder while business was on a small scale. Gains ranged to 3/lf. Closing middle prices of selected stocks not including stamp duty

A SINGAPORE GIRL WEDS IN SYDNEY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A SINGAPORE GIRL WEDS IN SYDNEY Mr. and Mrs. Murray Cohen after their wedding recently at the Western Suburbs Synagogue. Sydney. The bride is the former Miss Margaret Reuben ot Singapore, and Mr. Cohen, who is an electronics engineer with the Australia Wireless Amalgamation. Sydney, is formerly of Leeds, England.

Poly a model centre says C-Plan bulletin [ARTICLE]

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Poly a model centre says C-Plan bulletin SINGAPORE, Friday. rE Singapore Polytechnic is developing rapidly into a model centre for the training of technical personnel in the region, states the Colombo Plan Bureau in its latest bulletin. The bulletin. "The Colombo Plan." said that many trainees from neighbouring countries were

AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES [ARTICLE]

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AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES THE following is todays schedule of civil aircraft movements at Puya Lebar airport. Singapore: ARRIVALS BOAC: Prom London. Dusseldorf. Beirut. Baghdad. Karachi, Calcutta. Kuala Lumpur (BA 714 i 5.30 p.m.; from Sydney, Darwin (BA 701) 6.10 p.m. Thai International: From Manila. Hong Kong. Bangkok CTO 403)

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MRS. A. TIPSON widow of late Mr. K. Tl|*on formor secretary British and Foreign Bible Society paved away suddenly 23rd January at 80 Buckiton Terrace Kairmile ftead Edinburgh deeply regretted.

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KOREAN PRISON CAMP REVOLT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KOREAN PRISON CAMP REVOLT COMMUNIST TERROR ON KOJE ISLAND ONE day late in October 1951, United States soldiers were in the process of changing guard around the perimeter of the huge prisoner of war camp on Ko.je Island off the Korean Peninsula. Suddenly the men stopped in their tracks and

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH 10 Word* UJt (Mm.) MRS. (DUCKY) VOON nee Chans; Kirn Lan. Cbong Thoong Toke wife of Andrew Voon passed away peacefully 2.V1-A3. Cortege leaving S3 Lower Ampang Road 3.30 p.m. today far si Johns Cathedral, theaee to Caaras Cemetery.

IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM Words Sit (Minimum) in EVER LOVING Memory of V.idame Tan Cheng Neo, called to rest thin dsy 1962. Always remembered by rhildren/grandehlldren LOVING MEMORY OF Mr. Hew Srong Peck M.B.E. Ipoh. It's a year mko from today without a (oodt>v<-. vo'i suddenly went away: Ton left hehtnd silent

The Straits Times Saturday, January 26,1963. Indonesian Riddle [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Saturday, January 26, 1963. Indonesian Riddle The "confrontation policy" which is to regulate Indonesian relations with Malaya promises to be full of unpleasant little surprises. The decision to alert I the Indonesian air force, and to patrol the invisible "border" with Singapore and the Federation is one

Congo Progress [ARTICLE]

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Congo Progress By Congo standards, the U Thant plan has gone like clockwork. Barely four weeks after they took the first action to clear gendarmerie roadblocks in Elisabethville, U.N. troops have achieved "freedom of movement" (for which read "effective military control") throughout Katanga, and with a minimum of bloodshed. President

Picture Racket [ARTICLE]

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Picture Racket All cheating tricks are deplorable, but some are more deplorable than others. Where the trickster is abetted by his victim's stupidity and greed the moral lines become blurred, and we may even feel that it serves the fool right There is nothing amusing, however, about the racket which

Lessons of the war in South Vietnam [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lessons of the war in South Vietnam from A SPECIAL WRITER SAIGON, Friday CA S UALTY figures made available in Saigon reveal the pattern of the> anti-terrorist struggle in South Vietnam. For nearly six years after the partition of Vietnam in 1954 the Vietcong (Communist) guerillas were relatively inactive. From

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It's a NOISY New Year [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It's a NOISY New Year BAN ON CRACKERS IGNORED AS HARE TAKES OVER v FROM THE TIGER KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. rpiOUSANDS of Chinese in Kuala Lumpur defied the ban on the firing of crackers and ushered in the Year of the Hare with a big bang. From early last night

Robbers at family's New Year reunion [ARTICLE]

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Robbers at family's New Year reunion OENANG, Fri.— A Chin- ese family preparing for their New Year reunion dinner in Mount. Erskine Road had five uninvited guests last night. Wearing coloured fancy masks and carrying knives and toy pistols, the callers herded Mrs. Llm Choon Telk and others into a

Petrol pump attendant tells of robbery bid [ARTICLE]

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Petrol pump attendant tells of robbery bid KUALA LUMPUR. Frl.— A petrol kiosk attendant told the Sessions Court yesterday now he outwitted four youths who tried to rob him. Jeet Singh was giving evidence against a labourer, Yap Sal Keow, 20, who was charged with attempting to who tried to

PPP seeks all 12 seats in Teluk Anson [ARTICLE]

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PPP seeks all 12 seats in Teluk Anson IPOH. Frl.— The Teluk Anson branch of the People's Progressive Party will field candidates to contest all the 12 wards in the coming Teluk Anson Town Council election. A sub-committee has been formed to complete plans for the election. The branch has

$23 MIL. SHIPYARD PACT SIGNING [ARTICLE]

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$23 MIL. SHIPYARD PACT SIGNING SINGAPORE, Fri. The Economic Development Board will sign an agreement with the Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries of Japan to establish a $23 million shipyard at Jurong. The signing ceremony will be held at the Cultural Centre, Canning Rise, on Wednesday at 6.30 p.m. The shipyard

David, Lolan for youth meeting [ARTICLE]

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David, Lolan for youth meeting KUALA LUMPUR, Prl. Two officials of the Labour Party of Malaya will leave for Colombo next mon:h to attend the International Union of Socialist Youth conference. They are Mr. V. David M.P., an executive committee member of tfie party, and Mr. N.R. Loian, its assistant

Interpeter to become Court Registrar [ARTICLE]

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Interpeter to become Court Registrar JOHORE BAHRU. Frl Wan Chik bin Mohamed Rouse, who has served as Malay interpreter in the Johore Bahru Sessions Court for 11 years, has been promoted Registrar of the Sessions Court in Ipoh. Wan Chik. 49. an old boy of the Penang Free School, entered

Malaya's first in Eire [ARTICLE]

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Malaya's first in Eire DUBLIN. Fit.— The first Malayan Ambassador to the Irish Republic. Tunku Yaacob lbnl Al Marhum Sultan Abdul Hamid Halirr Shah. presented his credentials to President DeValera here today The Ambassador was given an escort o f army motor-cyclists to and from the presidential house. He and

Woman killed in road accident [ARTICLE]

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Woman killed in road accident PENANG, Fri. A woman, Amman, 60, was fatally injured by a bus hear the market in Penang Road early today. Her death has brought Penang's road toll since the beginning of this year to seven.

They switch posts [ARTICLE]

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They switch posts SUNGEI PATANI. Fri. Two senior assistants in the Telecommunications Department here have switched posts. Mr. David Muthuswamy from Alor Star has gone to Segamut, and Inche Ramthan Din bin Alivah from SeRamat has taken over at Alor Star.

Wilkinson strike over: Dispute for a ruling [ARTICLE]

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Wilkinson strike over: Dispute for a ruling KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. THE 600 workers of the Wilkinson Process Rubber A Company Limited at Batu Caves will return to work on Monday after being on strike for the past The workers members of the Union of Employees in Companies Manufacturing Rubber Products

Big entry in island yacht race [ARTICLE]

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Big entry in island yacht race SINGAPORE. Fri Singapore's annual round-the-island yacht race, organised by the Farelf Sailing Club, will begin tomorrow at dawn from the starting point just west of the Causeway. The race, started thrje years ago, is open to all comers, civilian and service This year's entry

Fund for legal proceedings [ARTICLE]

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Fund for legal proceedings KUALA LUMPUR, Fri.— The Labour Party of MaJiva has set up a fund to provide financial aid to its members who are involved in legal proceedings arising from their political activities.

Trained men [ARTICLE]

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Trained men her The party's treasurer. Mr. Tan Phock Kin, is chairman of the tund which now stands at $16,000 KUALA LUMPUR, Fri.— Ten Brunei police recruits left here by air today for Singapore on their way back to Brunei after completing an eight-month training course at the Police Depot

A VISIT TO PROMOTE VARSITY PROJECT [ARTICLE]

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A VISIT TO PROMOTE VARSITY PROJECT ifUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Two Australian businessmen will visit Malaya and Singapore next month as part of an 11-country tour to promote the University of Queensland's International House Droject. They are Mr. Bruce Martin, president of Queensland International House and a for. mer district Governor

FORMER BISHOP OF SINGAPORE HONOURED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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FORMER BISHOP OF SINGAPORE HONOURED KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Queen Elii»beth has approved the appointment of the Kt. Rev. J. L. Wilson, Bishop of Birmingham (a former Bishop of Singapore) to be Prelate of the Order, of St. Michael and St. George, according: to a message received here. Dr. Wilson was

Labour Party to hold course [ARTICLE]

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Labour Party to hold course KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. The Labour Party of Malaya is to hold a two-dnv political course for its members starting on Feb. 2. Among the speakers will be the party's treasurer, «Mr. Tan Phock Kin, the secretary-general, Mr. Lim Kean Siew and the Penang Mayor. Mr.

Six hours work during 'puasa' [ARTICLE]

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Six hours work during 'puasa' ITUALA LUMPUR. Fri. 1V "Puasa" hours for Govern ment departments during the fasting month will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for the monthly paid officers and a period of six hours for daily-rated staff. Fasting will start either tomorrow or on Sunday dependine

6 months for failing to report [ARTICLE]

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6 months for failing to report SINGAPORE. Fri—Described as "a regular housebreaker," Abdul Kadir bin Thamby Chik was Jailed yesterday for six months and ordered to serve 12 months police supervision. He had pleaded guilty to failing to report as a police supervisee on Feb. 20 last year. Senior Inspector

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THE FEES PROBLEM THAT GETS WORSE EACH YEAR [LETTER]

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THE FEES PROBLEM THAT GETS WORSE EACH YEAR JTVERY year parents are not only being plagued with demands for all sorts of fees but have also to tolerate all sorts of school moneymaking deviit s Recently it was made public that no one was compelled to purchase books from school

Support for Azahari's bogus revolution [LETTER]

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Support for Azahari's bogus revolution HE HAS BEEN DESCRIBED AS A BUM AND A LIAR, YET— J READ that a number of Singapore and Federation politicians intend to hold a mass meeting to jvhip up support for Mr. Azahari and his bogus "revolution." The sponsors of this meeting include Inche

The new look for civil servants [LETTER]

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The new look for civil servants I WISH government employees in all States in the Federation In Division I to 111 will follow the ruling: established in Johore on dress for government servants, i.e. tie or Malay National dress. This brightens up offices, promotes efficiency, smartness and neatness in work

Uniform rates [LETTER]

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Uniform rates SINCE the City Council has now been integrated with the Government, it is only, fair that both the city and rural areas are treated alike. It is not fair to charge a higher rate of assessment for owner occupied houses in the city area. I hope the Government

A serpent in distress... [LETTER]

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A serpent in distress T JUST knew, when Mr. Hills caught a glimpse of me in the sea the other day, that I was in for another embarrassing exchange of Letters to the Editor. One man states that I am a turtle, and another (a zoologist!) declares that I am

PASSED-BUT NOT PROMOTED [LETTER]

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PASSED-BUT NOT PROMOTED ris with some interest that I read <.S.T. Jan. 23) a reply by the Ministry of Education in Kuala Lumpur to complaints regarding the posting of pupils to "remove classes" in assisted national type secondary schools "This, however, is entirely dependent upon available existing classroom accommodation in

Dust menace [LETTER]

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Dust menace 1 WRITE on behalf of the residents of Lorong Bengkok, off Paya Lebar Road. Ever since the construction on a block of S.I.T. flats started three months ago, we have had to put up with the dust from the laterite road being fanned into our homes by the

Empty houses [LETTER]

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Empty houses I FULLY agree with the Government housing policy expressed by Singapura (ST. Jan. 17). It is about time the Government gave thought to changing its present policy. So many houses are still lying empty—but yet government servants wanting to occupy them are turned down because they work in

Service still hit by rail strike [LETTER]

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Service still hit by rail strike NOW that the Railway strike is over, it is time for the Railway Administration to take "stock" of the situation and give the public the necessary service. W h fcl c appreciating what has already been done regarding the main line services, one is

Road neglect [LETTER]

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Road neglect ■THDUR AND-A-HALF ■T years ago when I first came to live in Johore Bahru, the town boasted of having the best roads *n the State, but I am sad to say this is not so today. Johore Bahru is now opening up with housing estates, fine new buildings,

British troops in Brunei [ARTICLE]

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British troops in Brunei ON January 12 the Strait* Times published an artul? under the heading "Brunet chief on why th* news blacked out." which included some unfortunate references to British troous and arrangements. These were attributed to Penglran Yusoff. Director of Brunei's Broadcasting and Information Department. Pengiran Yusoff has

Simple, but [ARTICLE]

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Simple, but I AGREE with your correspondent that the 10 per cent Increase In the motor vehicle tax has not been correctly implemented. I usually pay $42 half yearly. Now with the 10 per cent increase I should pay $46.20. Could you explain why I had to pay $47? In

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AA Upaper to Govt sets out coaching scheme for Malaya [ARTICLE]

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AA U paper to Govt sets out coaching scheme for Malaya Norman Siehel WAY TO MAKE A WORLD-CLASS ATHLETE SPORTSFROftT by WHAT MAKES the world-class athlete? A panel of eminent coaches attached to Asian teams, mostly Americans, one British, one German and one Indian, agreed on a formula at a

GOOD FORT WORKS WELL [ARTICLE]

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GOOD FORT WORKS WELL EPSOM JEEP By ITUALA LUMPUR, Fri Good Fort's winning turn may come tomorrow, first day of th«» Selangor Turf Cluft Tengku's Gold Cup meeting. Taken out for exercise by Merv Maynard this morning. Good Fort did an Impressive workout, clocking 38 for 3f. He Is allotted

'New look' racecourses [ARTICLE]

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'New look' racecourses LONDON. Frt. The British Horse Race Betting Levy Board is to spend about £4.000,--000 during the next three yean on modernising racecourses, the board announced today. At a Press cohferece today, Pield Marshal Lord Harding, chairman of the board, said that £15.--000.000 was required to modernise the

TOMORROW'S K.L.RUNNERS AND RIDERS [ARTICLE]

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Butter-fingers day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Butter-fingers day AUSSIES THRIVE ON LUCK AND HARVEY HITS 154, O'NEILL 100 ADELAIDE, Friday. jJAD catching got England into trouble in the Fourth Test against Australia here today. Neil Harvey, missed twice off successive balls at eleven and again at 26, made 154 and Australia finished the day at 322

Brilliant 196 by Sobers [ARTICLE]

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Brilliant 196 by Sobers BRISBANE, Fri. Garfield Sobers, the West Indies Test player, scored a brilliant 196 for South Australia against Queensland when their Sheffield Shield match began here today. Sobers, who hit two sixes and 27 fours, is currently engaged In a contractual dispute with the West Indies Board

Plans for T. Anson stadium [ARTICLE]

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Plans for T. Anson stadium rpELUK ANSON. Fri.— An inauX gural meeting of the Lower Perak Sports Council will be held at the Malay Club here on Wednesday at 5 p.m. Plans to develop half of the 25-acre former golf course in Changkat Jong Road into a recreation ground will

JENKINS MAY PLAY KEY ROLE TODAY [ARTICLE]

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JENKINS MA Y PLAY KEY ROLE TODAY KUALA LUMPUR, Friday. IT will be a two-in-one rugby classic for Singa--1 pore fans at Jalan Besar stadium tomorrow evening. With Army and Services players preponderantly on one side and Civilians on the other, the North-South end of season finale serves as a

'Carefree' Selangor may pull off upset tonight [ARTICLE]

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'Carefree' Selangor may pull off upset tonight KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. Selangor will be underdogs when they meet Johore In tomorrow's All Blues final at the RAF Changl Held at 8 p.m. It might have been a different story had there not been the uncertainties, and last-minute changes that attended the

Ceylon SC held in Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon SC held in Malacca MALACCA. FrL Malacca Hockey Association President's XI held Ceylon Sports Club, current Singapore league champions, to a 2 2 draw in a friendJv match played on the Malacca Club ground today Inside-right Yang Siow Meng and inside-left Ismail All scored for Malacca, while outside-right Chong

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD AUSTRALIA IST. INNS. LAWRY b Illingworth 10 SIMPSON c Smith b Statham 0 lI\RVKY c Statham t Dexter 15* BOOTH c Cowdrey b Titmus 34 O'NEILL c Cowdrey b Dexter 100 DAVIDSON not cut 16 SHEPHERD not (tut 4 Extras 4 TOTAL (for five) 322 Wkts. fell at: 2,

Second Monte Carlo rally triumph for Carlsson [ARTICLE]

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Second Monte Carlo rally triumph for Carlsson MONTE CARLO, Fri. pRIK Carlsson. of Sweden. won the 1963 Monte Carlo rally, it was officially confirmed here last night. The giant 33-year-old Swede Is the first driver for 30 years to win the rally two years in succession. He again triumphed in

Yussof's whaler in round isle race [ARTICLE]

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Yussof's whaler in round isle race SINGAPORE, Fri.— A total of 81 boats of different sizes will take part In this year's round-the-lsland yacht race which starts tomorrow from west of the Causeway at 4 a.m. Organised by the Farelf Sailing Club, the race has attracted 11 more boats than

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JAPAN FORGE TO 2-STROKE LEAD [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN FORGE TO 2-STROKE LEAD MANILA, Friday. JAPAN forged irro a two-stroke lead over Formosa today after 36 holes in th? first Asian amateur golf team championship. The Japanese, playing unspectacular but steady golf, had a team total of 767 to Formosa's 769. The Philippines brought up the rear in

Deran leads qualifiers [ARTICLE]

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Deran leads qualifiers IfOH, Fri.— Newcomer DarM wls Deran. 26. returned a record score of 74 r74 148 to lead the qualifiers on the first day of the three-day 19th annual North Malayan Amateur golf championship on the Tiger Lane course here today His rounds of 74 were one over

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BIGGER ANNUAL MATCH: North V South (Spore padang, 9 p.m i. ALL-BLUES FINAL: Johore v S'gor (Changl. 8 p.m.). SOCCER TOUE MATCH: Perak v Tc?o Kogyo of Japan (Ipoh CAH ground, 5). HOCKEY LEE SHIELD: Combined schools v Changl Ladles (Schools' ground) Seletar Ladies v Girls SC (Seletar). FRIENDLY TPCA

More pay—on condition [ARTICLE]

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More pay— on condition SINGAPORE. Fri. ONCE-AND-FOR-ALL END TO GRIEVANCES OF NORMAL TRAINED AND TAMIL TEACHERS THE Education Ministry today announced new revised salaries for normal trained teachers recruited before May 1958, and Tamil teachers. The new salaries effective from the beginning of this year, are the result of an

Couple, 72, die together [ARTICLE]

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Couple, 72, die together BERLIN. Fri. Two 72-year old Wr.si Bcrliners, married for over 40 years, died here together on their way to hospital. Both suffered heart attacks, polity? said. The man. a pensioner, collapsed in his flat after he had called an ambulance to take his wile to hospital.

KENNEDY appeals to de GA ULLE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KENNEDY appeals to de GA ULLE WE DON'T WANT TO SEE THIS GREAT ALLIANCE DISSOLVED, HE SAYS WASHINGTON, Friday. PRESIDENT Kennedy last night appealed to President de Gaulle to have "confidence" in the United States and said both sides of the Atlantic must "work together in trust." "We can't possibly

PRODUCTION BOOST IN INDONESIA IS HIT BY FLOODS [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCTION BOOST IN INDONESIA IS HIT BY FLOODS JAKARTA. Fri. Indonesia's worst rainy season in 13 years of independence may wash a big hole in her road to economic recovery this year. Floods have swept ricelands throughout West and Central Java, destroying miles of standing rice crops and driving thousands

Sophia Loren faces trial for bigamy [ARTICLE]

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Sophia Loren faces trial for bigamy ROME, Fri. Film actress Sophia Loren and film producer Dr. Carlo Ponti are to be tried here on March 21. for alleged bigamy. a court official said today. They were married by proxy in Mexico in 1957. A Mexican court ruled iast September that

Everett's arm [ARTICLE]

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Everett's arm NEW YORK, Fri. Everett Knowles, 12, whose severed right arm was sewn back on by doctors eight months ago. Is making such Rood progress that an operation planned for this month has been cancelled. Reuter.

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MADAM JIWI or Serendah and beloved mother of Mohinder Singh passed away on 25-1-63. Cortege will leave Serendah on 26-1-63 at 11.30 a.m. for Loke Yew Road ere- matorium, K. Lumpur. MR. YONG SHUI proprietor of Messrs Chop See Fatt passed away' on 25.1.63. Cortege will leave 59 Hicks

Pay agreement signed with medical union [ARTICLE]

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Pay agreement signed with medical union SINGAPORE, FrL The Ministry of Health and the Singapore Medical Workers' Union have reached agreement on the revision of salaries of 2.600 Division Four employees after more than a year's negotiations. Under the revision, the workers receive salary increases ranging from S9 to 918.

Higher education probe to end in May [ARTICLE]

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Higher education probe to end in May IT 1 U ALA LUMPUR, Frl.— A six-member Ministerial committee inquiring into higher education needs Is expected to complete Its work in May The committee under the chairmanship of the Minister of Education. Inche Abdul Hamld Khan, will go through the report of

NEWS AGENCY CHANGES HEADQUARTERS TO PREPARE FOR MALAYSIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NEWS AGENCY CHANGES HEADQUARTERS TO PREPARE FOR MALAYSIA SINGAPORE, Fri. The president of United Press International, Mr. Mims Thomason (above) said here last night that his news agency was interested in Malayan affairs and was at present making a big investment in the area. He said his agency was planning

Manila's claim 'only by peaceful means' [ARTICLE]

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Manila's claim 'only by peaceful means' T ONDON. Fri. Mal- aya can be assured the Philippine government intended to settle the claim* to British North Borneo by peaceful negotiation, a high-ly-p laced Filipino source said here today. He was commenting on Indonesian Foreign Minister Dr. Subandri's "confrontation" policy against Malaya

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