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The Straits Times, 3 May 1963

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 100.000 M*»^ The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1963 15 CENTS. KDN 352

MORE RATIONING [ARTICLE]

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MORE RATIONING Mines, estates hard hit NO PROSPECT OF HEAVY RAIN FOR AT LEAST ANOTHER MONTH, SAY WEATHER EXPERTS By Straits Times reporters •IN MUAR yesterday, the General Hospital reported several eases of stomach complaints by people who have been drinking water from mining pools. streams and i ponds on

BAILED OUT Barisan's chief propagandist arrested on reaching court [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BAILED OUT Barisan's chief propagandist arrested on reaching court SINGAPORE, Thursday. the nine Barisan Sosialis leaders, charged last week with complicity in the City Hall clash, were freed on bail today. Given the same $1,000 bail in one surety by the Ninth Magistrate's Court was Chan Sun Wing, Assemblyman for

Aza's man wants to come here [ARTICLE]

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Aza's man wants to come here KUALA l-IMPIR. Thurs. —Ahmad Fadillah. representative in Indonesia of Brunei rebel leader A. M. Azahari. is "anxious" to visit Malaya, Inche Hashim Hassan, a member of the Malayan delegation to tin- Afro-Asian journalists' conference in Jakarta said here today. Im In- Hashim said on

'Mass murders in Haiti' [ARTICLE]

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'Mass murders in Haiti' NEW YORK. Thurs. The New York Times today quoted "persistent but unconfirmed" reports In Santo Domingo of massacre of opponents of Haitian President Francois Duvaller. A dispatch said the Dominican Foreign Ministry had been told by a courier that 60 prisoners had been executed during, the

Razak and Lopez discuss a date [ARTICLE]

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Razak and Lopez discuss a date WASHINGTON. Thurs Tun Abdul K.i/.ik met Mr. Salvador P. Lopez for 20 minutes here yesterday to discuss arrangements for a meeting of the for eign ministers of Malaya, the Philippines and Indonesia. The Malayan Deputy Prime Minister and the Philippine Under- Secretary for Foreign

15 injured in lorry crash [ARTICLE]

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15 injured in lorry crash KLUANG. Thurs.— Fifteen workers of the South Malaya Pineapple Growers Company were injured today when a lorry taking them to work overturned on the estate road in Slmpang Rengam. A woman. Ec Thing Klaw, 26. was admitted to Kluang 1 Hospital with minor injuries. The

Sex 'a gift of God' [ARTICLE]

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Sex 'a gift of God' LONDON. Thurs.— Sex is one of flod's good elftv the Archbishop of York. Dr. Donald Coggan. said. But. hi- said In his monthly diocesan letter, books which fail to treat sex an sacred are also like "a cancer on the minds of young readers. "It

A second child for Princess Muna [ARTICLE]

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A second child for Princess Muna AMMAN, Thurs. King Hussein's wife. Princess Muna the former Miss Toni Gardiner of Kuala Lumpur is expecting her second child in October, it was officially an-j nounced today. The announcement by the palace doctor came as Jordan was celebrating the 10th anniversary of King

Stop trek to cities: Zain [ARTICLE]

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Stop trek to cities: Zain UNITED NATIONS. Thurs. Malaya told the UN. today that about half the inhabitants of Africa, Asia and Latin America a total of 1.000 million people have no homes or are living miserably In sub-standard housing. Inche Zaln Azraal bin Dato Zainal A bid in told

Everest beaten by Americans [ARTICLE]

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Everest beaten by Americans KATMANDU. Thurs. The., American Mount Evere.st expedition reached the summit yester- day. according to a radio message received at the base camp tonight. The message said the two men > reached the summit at 1 pjn. yesterday No names or other details are yet available.— Reuter.

– Churchill to retire from — politics [ARTICLE]

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Churchill to retire from politics LONDON. Thurs. Sir Winston Churchill, now in his 89th year, announced tonight that he will not stand as a Parliamentary candidate in the next general election. He has represented Woodford, on London's suburban border with Essex, since 1945. He told the Woodford Conservative Association it

Brunei: NO higher taxes ahead [ARTICLE]

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Brunei: NO higher taxes ahead OSUNEI TOWN. Thurs. The Deputy Mentri Besar. Pengiran Hall Ali. has said that there 1 will be no inert;; taxation when Brunei becomes a part of Malaysia. Pengiran Haji All. who ll on a lour oi the countryside, also said today that there ought not

Jordan Troops in [ARTICLE]

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Jordan Troops in CAIRO, .nui-s Cairo HVio said today that British and Saudi Arabian troops have arrived in Jordan to protect K tollap; ink, throne." UPI.

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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Mystery of Red ship sinking [ARTICLE]

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Mystery of Red ship sinking RESCUED CREW OF CHINESE BOAT SAY: WE WERE TORPEDOED TOKYO. Thursday i\\l of Communist China's largest merchant ships sank in\ stcriuu.slx vestcrd.i in the East China Sea while on its way to Japan foi a vi.sit. The crew of the 11.18.' ton freighter Leap Forward

Chinese and Russians aid Nasser's air war in Yemen— [ARTICLE]

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Chinese and Russians aid Nasser's air war in Yemen ED VAN KAM By ADEN, Thurs.— Soviet pilots are flying transport planes and bombers manned by Russian gunners for Yemeni Republicans against the Royalist forces attempting to win back control of the former desert kingdom. 1 m many Russian and even

Day off from danger... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Day off from danger HIS COUNTRY is torn by rioting and proNasser demonstrations, and his life and throne are in danger but King Hussein of Jordan is calm and confident, as is seen in this picture when he went go kart racing at Amman airport. Like any other family man,

AYUB TOLD: CENTO NOT ANTI-INDIA [ARTICLE]

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AYUB TOLD: CENTO NOT ANTI-INDIA KARACHI. Thursday. J^ HIGH Western official said here that Pakistan had been told the Central Treaty Organisation ministerial meeting, which ended yesterday, that the Cento pact could not be directed against India. "It must be made clear that Cento Is directed only against the Communist

Partition? We'd rather perish... [ARTICLE]

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Partition? We'd rather perish.. SRINAGAR. Thurs The Prime Minister of Kashmir. Bakshi Ghulara Mohammed, said here yesterday that Kashmirit would have nothing to do with plans to partiUon the state. Addressinf May Day rally, he said that four million Kashmiris would perish rather than submit to such a proposal. The

Delhi talks by Mountbatten [ARTICLE]

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Delhi talks by Mountbatten NEW DELHI. Tliurv— Earl Mountbatten. Chief of Britain"* Defence Stall, yesterday discuss' d India's defence needs with Mr Yftshttanirao Chavau. India's Dafence Minister. It Is understood questions thy discussed Included .submarines lor India's Navy.— Reir.er.

Mother and two in death leap [ARTICLE]

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Mother and two in death leap TOKYO. Thurs —A 29-year-ol<l mother, despondent over her ill health, killed herself and her tw.t I I daughters, aged three and live, by leaping with them into an unused 1 well near the family home yesterday. Police found the bodies after reading a note

Jakarta urged: 'Release Sharir' [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta urged: 'Release Sharir' AMSTERDAM, Thurs. A The Indonesian Government should release Mr. Sharir and other Indonesian Socialist leaders soon or allow them an "honest trial". The chairman of the Dutch Labour Party. Mr. .T G. Suurhoff. said this at a May Day meeting here yesterday. He added that both

Liu in Cambodia [ARTICLE]

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Liu in Cambodia PHNOM PENH Thurs.- Hi, .0dent Liv Shao Chi and Foreign Minister Chen Vi of Communist China arrived here yesterday tor a goodwill visit to Cambodia.

CEYLON TAMILS ASK QUEEN TO INTERVENE [ARTICLE]

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CEYLON TAMILS ASK QUEEN TO INTERVENE LONDON, Thursday. 4 PETITION presented to Queen Elizabeth yes1X terday asked the British Government to make "the most energetic and weighty representation" about discrimination against Tamils in Ceylon. The petition, purporting to b e on behalf of 800.000 Tamil* in Ceylon, was entitled "In

— End of the Emergency [ARTICLE]

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End of the Emergency COLOMBO Thurs. A total of 743 djyi of emergency rule in Ceylon ended latt night. The emergency wjj proclaimed at midnight on April 17, 1961. after a disobedience campaign launched by the Federal Party. Reutcr.

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Harriman: "An agonising reappraisal' in Moscow [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Harriman: "An agonising reappraisal' in Moscow WASHINGTON, Thursday. MR. Averell Harriman, Under-Secretary of State for Political Affairs, said yesterday he believed that the Soviet Communist Party was making "in agonising reappraisal of where they are going." Replying to questions in a televised interview. Air. Harriman also, said that the Russian

Gay tie? It can make a wife —afraid'— [ARTICLE]

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Gay tie? It can make a wife —afraid' LONDON. Thurs.—Wives and girl friends may dislike seeing their men in a gay tie because of jealousy and fear, the Tie Manufacturers' Association said today. The tiwortittnti said a country-wide survey of Up-buying habits showed men chose" exotic styles for themselves, but

Princess Sophia expecting [ARTICLE]

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Princess Sophia expecting MADRID. Thurs. Princess Sophia til Grerei 24. wife of Prince Don Jam Carlos of Dourixm. no i>t In cminmtv. to the Bpanisii ihronc. Is expecting v child in December, reliable sources •aid here today. They wire married in Athens !:i May Iml year. Since February j they

PHILIP CATCHES IN ARMS FAINTING HONOUR GUARD [ARTICLE]

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PHILIP CATCHES IN ARMS FAINTING HONOUR GUARD WICK i Suit land). Thurs. Prinrr Philip, husband of O. ii re n Flizabeth, yesterday cauKhl a fainting sea ia del in his arms and prevented him fulling to the ground. .lames Miller, li, was among a guard of honour lined up to

Pacific solo flight woman in Hawaii [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pacific solo flight woman in Hawaii HONOLULU, Thurs 11 Mrs. Betty Miller rested here yesterday before continuing her attempt to become the first woman to fly solo across the Pacific. Mrs. Miller 36. from Santa Monica. California, made the longest hop of the 7.100-mlle flight on Tuesday from Oakland. California

Eight Freedom Marchers held [ARTICLE]

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Eight Freedom Marchers held ATT ALL A. < Alabama). Thurs. —Eight. Negro "Freedom Marchers" trying to complete the walk of murdered "Integration plloerim" William Moore were ar-resu-d here yesterday. They were jailed at Gadsden. where 1 a white grocer. Floyd Simpson. bM been charged with murdering Moore, found shoi on

Canberra 'wonder' [ARTICLE]

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Canberra 'wonder' LONDON, Thurs— Sir Charles Wlieekr. president of the Royal Academy, said yesterday Canix-rra could i» made "nn architectural wonder which would rival ancient Athens or modern Drazilia "—Reu'er

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BERLIN. Thurs The three Western Commandants yesterday denounced the May Day parade in East Berlin as a "blatantly militaristic demonstration." Their Joint statement oranded It as a "renewed violation of the quadriDartitr status of Berlin." More than 2.000 goosestepping troops and some 2Sn vehlc'es had moved across the Marx-Enflle.« Platz

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PARIS: A man plunged to his death from thr >erond platform of the Eiffel Tower yesterday Po'ire said it was suicMr the 321 st from the tower "lncp it van built In 18*9

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HASHING ION: Presl- dent Kennedy has declared Guam, a Pacific islands territory, a major disaster area as the result of damage caused by Typhoon Olive this week.

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VANCOUVER: Field Marshal Viscount Slim said here yesterday that with nuclear bombs "we are so damn silly we can only frighten ourselves into peace

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LISBON: Police battled with May Day rioters last nixht and fired warning shots In the area of th« VS. Embassy to clear the streets. At least one man wa« killed

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LONDON: Britain's Princess Alexandra and her husband Mr Angua O?llvy wil' sperd the sernnrt part of their honeymoon in Spain

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GENEVA: The United Nation-.' Secretary General. U Thant. has arrived here from New Yom for a Tour day visit

Dr. A's SMILE TURNS SOUR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dr. A's SMILE TURNS SOUR Storm at the UN over a Negro waitress LNITED NATIONS, Thursday. r piE United Nations had a delicate racial problem of its own yesterday. It involved the hiring of Gertrude Wooten. a Negro, as a waitress in the delegates dining room in response to a

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE "An assistant collector of taxes received document in the ordinary course of business, initialled it and passed it on to the superior for whom it was intended. It came back with a note attached: "This document does not concern you. Please erase your initials and initial the erasure." —from

UNDERGRADES ACCUSED OF PLOT AGAINST U.S. GOVT [ARTICLE]

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UNDERGRADES ACCUSED OF PLOT AGAINST U.S. GOVT NEW YORK. Thurs. Three tyidiana University students, described as members of a "Trotskyit* Communist organisation." were indicted at Bloomington on charges of advocating the violent overthrow of the Government. The students. Ralph Leavitt. James Bingham and Tom Morgan, face prison terms of one

City sorts the men from the 'boys' [ARTICLE]

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City sorts the men from the 'boys' lOHAN N E S B U R G. J Thurs.— The Johannesburg City Council, which employs thousands of Africans from welfare officers to dustmen, has banned use of the word "boy" to designate them A report submitted to the council and adopted unanimously

Bus boycott on 'colour bar' [ARTICLE]

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Bus boycott on 'colour bar' I LONDON. Thurs. —West Indians boycotted Bristol buses yesterday because of discriminatory hlrinsr, practices, a spokesman for the estimated 7.000 West Indians saici The walk-to-uorlc campaign will continue until the colour bar is dropped. Mr. Lan Patey. bus company general manager said: "We do not

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Anti-Red weapon: 'A higher living standard' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Anti-Red weapon: 'A higher living standard' SINGAPORE, Thurs. The New Zealand Defence Minister, Mr. Dean Eyre (above), said here today that the "best weapon" fo* defeating and checking Communism in South-east Asia was not arms and troops, but an intensive programme aimed at raising the living standards of the people.

Dr. Fong heads Utilities Board [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dr. Fong heads Utilities Board SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The Government today announced the appointment of members to the Public Utilities Board, which will take over the City Council's water, electricity and gas services. The board's chairman is Dr. Fong Kirn Heng, and one of its members is Mrs. Phyllis Eu. Other

Object: Helping hand for S'pore industry [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Object: Helping hand for S 'pore industry TASMANIAN TRADE MISSION MEETS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD MEN AND PREMIER LEE. SINGAPORE, Thurs. The question of how Tasmania can help Singapore's industrialisation programme by the supply of materials required by pioneer industries was discussed at a meeting today between the Tasmania trade and

SWEDISH ARTIST'S SHOW AT LIBRARY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SWEDISH ARTIST'S SHOW AT LIBRARY SINGAPORE. Thurs— Mr. Rolf Soderlund (left). 23. a Swedish artist, will hold a one-man show at the National Library this month. The five-day exhibition, beginning on May 14. will consist of 57 paintings depicting life and scenic views of six countries Malaya. India. Nepal. Spain.

IN MEMORY-AHMAD IBRAHIM SCHOOL [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORY-AHMAD IBRAHIM SCHOOL SINGAPORE, Thurs. The memorj* of the former Minister for Labour and Assemblyman for Sembawang, the late Inche Ahmad bin Ibrahim, was enshrined in a school today in the midst of the Sembawang Hills Estate. Openinr the school— the Ahmad Abrahlm Integrated Secondary School the Parliamentary Secretary

APPLICATION BY A UNION STRUCK OFF BY COURT [ARTICLE]

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APPLICATION BY A UNION STRUCK OFF BY COURT SINGAPORE. Thura. The second Industrial Arbitration Court today struck off an application by the Singapore Business Houses Employees' Union for variation of a clause in a collective agreement it had signed with LindetevesJacoberg (Far East) Ltd., because the union has ceased to

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Sultan sees a new gun [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sultan sees a new gun THE SULTAN of Pahang is shown the use of a new Australian Bren gun at 3rd Infantry Brigade headquarters in Benrong yesterday. The Sultan Colonel of the Royal Malay Regiment was visiting the new headquarters which was established here in March. The brigade, under the

Unblemished character, says Dr. Siva [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Unblemished character, says Dr. Siva TAKE MY WORD 9 PLEA TO COURT THAT STATEMENT TO POLICE: 'I WAS DAZED, ALARMED AND SHOCKED' KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Dr. S. Sivasithamparam, a dermatologist at the General Hospital here, today said that he had an "unblemished character and if he had wanted he could

Police 'drug' case date [ARTICLE]

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Police 'drug' case date KANGAR, Thurs. A preliminary inquiry into a charge Of attempting to "drug" i members or the Kangar police force against a woman Special Constable. Rasiah binte Haji Taib. was today fixed for May 16. Rasiah. 41. is accused ot attempting to administer 20 milligrams of morphine

Shirts stolen [ARTICLE]

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Shirts stolen KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs Thieves stole 30 dozen shirts and other goods valued at $2,500 from Ganesun and Company In Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, early this morning.

BRUNEI TROOPS NOW DUE — BACK [ARTICLE]

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BRUNEI TROOPS NOW DUE BACK OINGAPORE. Thurs. *3 After nearly three months in Brunei, the Ist. Bn. the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry and the Ist Bn.. the 7th. Duke of Edinburgh's Own Gurkha Rifles are to return to Singapore. British Army headquarters today announced that they would be replaced

Four rob textile merchant of $6,480 [ARTICLE]

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Four rob textile merchant of $6,480 KAMPAR. Thurs. Four masked youths armed with daggers held up the proprietor of a textile shop here early yesterday morning and escaped with $1,880 in cash and valuables worth $4,600. The proprietor. Wong Sang Wan. 70. and his wifr. Leong Lian Yrw. 58. werr

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ARREST DRAMA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ARREST DRAMA SOBBING WIFE IN ARMS-BUT POLICE STILL PUT HANDCUFFS ON THEFT CHARGE MAN A TENDER moment in a tense situation for a man facing a theft charge... He had just been allowed SI 000 bail on a theft charge when his young wife greeted him near the police courts

An aeroplane overboard [ARTICLE]

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An aeroplane overboard SINGAPORE. Thurs.— A Oannet aircraft returning to the British aircraft carrier Hermes taking part in the Seato exercise Sea Serpent, developed braxe trouble and .shot overboard. The aircraft was later recovered without any damage or injury to the pilot. The exercise entered its third day today.

Lawyer: The council cannot sue—it has no legal entity [ARTICLE]

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Lawyer: The council cannot sue it has no legal entity MALACCA. Thurs A LAWYER, Mr. W. H. A Sault. submitted in the Sessions Court here today that the Malacca Municipal Council had no legal entity. By statute, the council could not sue or be sued. but according to the Municipal

Medical men to meet today [ARTICLE]

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Medical men to meet today SINGAPORE, Thurs.-A J of 34 research p*| cine will bo prtsenied at the three-day Malayan medico-sur-gical congress beginning tomorrow at the Institute of Pathology in the General Hospital grounds. Some 200 doctors, surgeons a:id specialists from the Federation, Sarawak, Brunei, North Borneo and Singapore will

Sultan to open new mosque [ARTICLE]

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Sultan to open new mosque KUALA KANGSAR T The Sultan of Perak will open 536.000 mosque at Kali. 11 miles from here on Monday. Half the construction cost «ai paid by the public and the rest by the State Religious Affairs D»-

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Lusty as ever —293 years later [ARTICLE]

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Lusty as ever —293 years later PETER McLINTOCK by WINNIPEG. Thurs. Today the Hudson's Bay Company will celebrate its 293 rd anniversary. Every year about 2.000 young men apply to the company in Canada for posts as store clerks in the Arctic and bark country towns. Of this number the

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The man of music —whose melodies linger on [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The man of music —whose melodies linger on JEROME KERN created a new epoch in music with such successes as 'Roberta' and, biggest of all, 'Showboat' ONE day in 1902 Jerome Kern, the 17--year-old son of the proprietor of Kern's Kmporium, Newark, was sent to New York to buy two

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH y Wm4t Sit 'KiKlwai CABLI RICEIVIO Mr. Bubramaniavarlhyar hrlu\rd father ef Narayen* ltrr nil) K.U passed a«ay prarrfully on ltt Mtv at Ernakuiam, India

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS N WtmU >'• ¥immum i MR. ANO MRI K Animal Nathan thank frirnd* and rrlanvn for !h»ir ereeaKßt S3s**. TNC WIFE and Children of thr latr Mr WotiK mow Kwon*. wi«h to thank all frirnda and rriativra fnr their i-ue- wrratha. assist* MM anil atirndancr during thnr ««d

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Awaiting Dr. S. [ARTICLE]

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Awaiting Dr. S. The proposed conference of Foreign Ministers of Malaya, Indonesia and the Philippines is every bit as crucial for future relations between the 'three countries as Mr. Pelaej s;:ys it is. Unless the meeting is held and achieves some measure of agreement, there will be no summit talks.

Selegie Rents [ARTICLE]

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Selegie Rents i Singapore's housing programmes have become st firmly associated in the mind.of most people with rents of $20 or $30 a month that the announcement of the Selegio Road charges has, not surprisingly, been greeted with complaint. Rents in the new block, which start at $60 and move

Coming Battle [ARTICLE]

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Coming Battle Three weeks to go before nomination day. the symptoms iof election fever are breaking out in Seremban. The party strategists are gathering, and j 1 as a topic of conversation even water rationing is taking i second place to the coming battle for control of the Town J

BOXING: THE K.O's THAT COME YEARS LATER [ARTICLE]

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BOXING: THE K.O's THAT COME YEARS LATER JOHN DAVY By lONDON, Thurs. The deaths of several boxers recently has renewed discussion of the hazards of this "sport." In recent yea»s. research has begun to give a more accurate picture of what happens when somebody is knocked-out. and the latest knowledge

LETTERS

Unhappy exam boy... [LETTER]

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Unhappy exam boy... I AM the father of an unhappy boy who passed his Higher School Certificate last year. He applied to the University of Singapore for admission but was not accepted. Since he cannot go to the university he decided to take the H.S.C. examination in science again as

Easiest way [LETTER]

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Easiest way ♦"THE best and easiest way 1 to acquire more graduate teachers. If the Ministry of Education cared to, Is to set uo o permanent system for awardlr»R bursaries to qualified but non-graduate teachers. Everyone knows well that this country Is suffering from an acute shortage of highly-qualified teachers.

In the dark [LETTER]

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In the dark IN asking tor btreet lights. the resident* of Jalan Kachai'.g sent a petition to the Singapore Urban and Rural Consultative Committee about five months ago but nothing has been heard so far All the road.-, around already have lights with the exception of ourselves. I wish to

G-P Latin [LETTER]

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G-P Latin MR. HENDERSON'S Latin Is, I fear, far from immaculate. The root-word is "macula," which translates as "spot." The Grand Prix commentator no doubt intended to convey his opinion that the technique of certain drivers was pure, spotless, or faultless. these three adjectives, by the way, occur in that

WATER CRISIS [LETTER]

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WATER CRISIS DURING thrse days of water rationing. I wonder why the gentleman living opposite me still finds it necessary to water his lawn non-stop for 14 minutes? DM BALL i Singapore IN view or the present shortage I think all roadside taps should be closed. If the authorities have

Dire straits [LETTER]

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Dire straits 'pHE interest the Federation Government has recently shown in the coconut industry is most welcome. Many coconut growers are in difficult straits. A smallholder with four acres can expect to gather about 4,000 fruits every two months. At the present market price of $«0 per ihousand nuts this

Egg prices [LETTER]

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Egg prices YOUR editorial on Tuesday was very much to the point except that we housewives in the Ipoh district would like to know where to buy eggs at 13 cents each or less. In Ipoh and outstation districts we pay 16 to 17 cents an egg. What has the

Erhard wins— and gets his secret wish... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Erhard wins— and gets his secret wish... FROM A CORRESPONDENT THE sigh of relief all over West C c r many, was almost audibla when, after months of labour, the C.D.U. brought forth an heir apparent to Dr. Adenauer, the Federal Republic's first and 1 so far only Chancellor. IT

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The Wonderful White Stallions of Vienna Centuries of tradition underlie the amazing performance of this unique troupe of horses. But it was the bold decision of an American general, in World War 11. that enables us to witness today their dazzling techniques and moving pageantry. Read this fascinating story in

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Judge: I want to stop robberies [ARTICLE]

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Judge: I want to stop robberies SINGAPORE. Thurs. 0 Mr. Justice Buttrose told a robber in the Assize Court today- "So far as I am personally concerned. I am trying to put a stop to eanfjs and thugs roaming the city In broad daylight and holding up people." Ho sentenced

Thai officers visit British headquarters [ARTICLE]

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Thai officers visit British headquarters SINGAPORE. Thurs.— U. Gen. Buriboon CbuVscharltla, bupe- I nntendent of the National DetenuCollege of Thailand, and 35 Ma:i iuid .students from the college today visited British forces stationed here. Qen. Chulachxritta was wel- < coined at Headquarters. Par East Command, by thr Commander- I in-Chltt.

Three on used stamp fraud bid charge – [ARTICLE]

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Three on used stamp fraud bid charge SINGAPORE. Thurs Tim r men today denied separate charges <>i knowi n R I y possessing used Singapore postage stamps for a dis honest purpose. They were said to have been found with stamps whose r.incHlalion marks had t*en removed "with intent to

$20,000 and 20c for hold-up – gang [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$20,000 and 20c for hold-up gang PHILIP KHOO LEADER SHOWS GOLDSMITH THE BULLETS IN HIS REVOLVER Q, SINGAPORE, Thursday. A GANG of five who raided a goldsmith's shop in Gey la n° last night escaped with gold bars and jewellery worth $20,060 plus a 20 cent coin lying on a

Councillors carry on till June [ARTICLE]

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Councillors carry on till June SEREMBAN, Thurs. Members of the Se- remban Town Council whose terms of office expired last week will continue in office for a further two months. This is because the elections for the 15 Town. Councli seats will be held only on June 15. Nomination day

Employer fined [ARTICLE]

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Employer fined PENANG. Thurs. Ho Yoke Peng, manager of the Savoy Hotel. was today fined $300 when he pleaded guilty to three counts of tailing to remit Employee*' ProUdent Fund contribution for a member of his staff.

Colombo Plan journalists from Sarawak [ARTICLE]

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Colombo Plan journalists from Sarawak SINGAPORE. Thurs. Three Sarawak Journalists, Mr. Hwang Yu Chal. Mr. Tun Yen Seng and Mr. Chee Ouan Hock have arrived in Singapore for a journalism training course. They a re the first group of journalists from Sarawak to be accepted by the Singapore Government for

President again [ARTICLE]

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President again PENANO. Thurs.— lnche Abdul Manaf bin Mohamed Nor Im.s been re-elected president of the I-and Office Recreation, Club here.

OUTRAGE CASE TEACHER BOUND OVER [ARTICLE]

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OUTRAGE CASE TEACHER BOUND OVER IPOH. Thursday. AN ESTATE school teacher, with 17 years' government service was bound over in $300 for 12 \months today for outraging the modesty of a nurse. He was ordered to pay $100 costs. No conviction was recorded. V. Kuppusamy, 41, pleaded not guilty to

Hollywood may shoot a war film in Changi Prison [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hollywood may shoot a war film in Changi Prison- BOB PERIES By SINGAPORE. Tburs.« Changi prison will have to accommodate a horde of rats, swarms of flies and mosquitoes and tons of garbage if Hollywood decides to film the prisoner-of-war novel. "King Rat." in Singapore. This is the view of

LORRY DIVES INTO RIVER [ARTICLE]

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LORRY DIVES INTO RIVER IPOH, Thurs. A copra-laden lorry crashed through the steel railings of a bridge and plunged 15 feet into a river eight miles south of here early this morning. The lorry tore a 20ft. gap in the' railings and landed upright In three feet of water. The

Dance in aid of society [ARTICLE]

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Dance in aid of society IPOH. Thurs. A "Hawaiian Nite" charity dance in aid of the Ipoh District R«d Cross Society will be held at the St. John Ambulance Association hall here on Saturday night. The Mentrl Besar. D«to Sha'arti bin Shaflee and the State Secretary. Inche Mohamed Yusoff bin,

Smashed: Two secret societies [ARTICLE]

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Smashed: Two secret societies IPOH. Thursday. TWO active secret societies, the Red Tiger Gang and Cell 20, which have been plaguing the Taiping area for years, have been smashed, a police spokesman said here today. As a result of action taken against the two gangs, he said, the secret societies

SARAWAK DENIES BRUTAL TROOPS' STORIES [ARTICLE]

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SARAWAK DENIES BRUTAL TROOPS' STORIES if UCHING. Thurs. Communists and undesirables were spreading rumours of the brutality of Gurkha troops, a Sarawak Government spokesman man said today. The Gurkhas are serving in Sarawak's Third Division in support of the police. The spokesman said the pattern of rumours wa.s almost exactly

Ceylonese pick officials [ARTICLE]

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Ceylonese pick officials I TAIPINO. Thurs Mr T Cumarasamy has been re-elected president of the Ceylon Association here. Other officials: vice president. Mr. M. Chelliah; secretary, Mr .3 Arumugam: and treasurer. 11l B Palanlvelli. A five-member committee was also chosen.

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Todays Radio, TV programmes RADIO SINGAPORE RADIO MALAYA SHORTWAVKSrRVK. "SSSSt gTSKg 41 MtTKLS A.M.; 6.00 Time signal. NeMEDIL'M WAVE SERVICE gara-Jcu 6.02 Morning melo--476 METRES dies; 7.00 Time signal the aw. arm n~~i news; 7.10 News Commentary: A.M.: 6.00 Oood Morning: 7 T, m o n o rr .«L. ftS»

ANOTHER MALAY FINANCE COMPANY -OPENS [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER MALAY FINANCE COMPANY -OPENS KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. A new $5 million Malay finance company has been .set up ben. It i.s called the Sharikat Kewangan Melayu Raya Ltd.. and has Its olTlce at the Malayan Bank building here. The chairman of the board la Dato Nik Ahmad Kamil, who

Army officers play Cupid to Singapore bound soldier [ARTICLE]

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Army officers play Cupid to Singapore bound soldier ARMY (Hikers took A time off from military matte rs last weekend to plan a romantic holiday for two. Officers at Kineton army camp. Warwickshire, had learned that one of their privates 21 -year-old Colin Crowther was due to be flown at

New chief for Malayan Air Force [ARTICLE]

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New chief for Malayan Air Force KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Group Captain C. S. West. I I RAF. has been named' the new Chief of Air Stall. Federation of Malaya. He will take over as Com- mander of the Royal Malayan Air Force from Group Captain J. N. Stacey, who will

Guilty plea to knife threat [ARTICLE]

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Guilty plea to knife threat SINGAPORE. Thurs.—Ex-pn-soner Lee Suan Lor. 35, threatened a car washer wiUi a kmie yesterday accusing him of being responsible for his tvo previous jail terms, a court was loltl to- 1 day. Lee. who pleaded guilty to intimidating G. Nadaraian in Market Street, was remanded

Opening of flats [ARTICLE]

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Opening of flats KUALA LUMPUR. Thuw. The Minister of Interior. Dato < Dr. i Ismail blii Dato Abdul Rahman. will open the multi-storey municl- pal flats In Jalan Lake Yew at 4.30 p.m. on May 10.

Effigy burnt to end drought [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Effigy burnt to end drought 'Wicked woman to blame for our troubles' says leader of Muar Hindu temple procession MUAR. Thurs. pROWDS last night cursed and spat at the effigy of a ''wicked woman" who, they believe, has brought about the long drought in south- Johore. The six-foot mud effigy

KILLER OF CONVENT GIRL HANGED [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KILLER OF CONVENT GIRL HANGED ITUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— Segamat templr medium Lirw Wah Men;;. 37. (above), who was sentenced to death on Chinese New Year eve for murder. Ml hanged at dawn this morning in Pudu jail. Liew was found guilty last October of murdering his mistress's daughter. Goh Bee

$100 lottery fine on wife [ARTICLE]

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$100 lottery fine on wife SINGAPORE. Thurs A housewife. Ong Ylt Moey, was fined $100 in a Magistrate's Court today for assisting her husband, Ang Chew Quee. In managing a chap-Jl-kee lottery. She pleaded for leniency and told the court she had eight children, and her husband, who had previously

Warning of cheat with union cheques [ARTICLE]

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Warning of cheat with union cheques UUALA LUMPUR. 1Y Thurs. Police are looking for a man who has been issuing false cheques under the name of the National Union of Cinema Workers. The signatures of the chairman, secretary and the treasurer of the union have been forged. The officer in

Father of 8 accused [ARTICLE]

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Father of 8 accused SINGAPORE. Thur.v. Th« trial of Ismail bin Mat. a father of eight began today In a district court. He Is accused of the theft of 11 bottles of chicken essence from a shop in Halting Road on Feb. 6 about 8.15 a.m. Three prosecution witnesses gay«

Wanted: English syllabus for Chinese schools [ARTICLE]

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Wanted: English syllabus for Chinese schools I PENANG. Thursday I rpHE president of the Federation Association of Teachers of English in Chinese Schools. Mr. Loh Tham Liat. urged the Government today to introduce an interim syllabus for English in the fifth and sixth year classes of Chinese primary schools. "At

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS variations are being blended 1. Cabinet-maker assembled (11). counter enclosure with mould- 9. A number double up by the ed deal finish (11). score (.10.. >. College suits some from twelv* 12. Calm without once getting ten to nineteen (4). upset by a proper hiding ill.

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BOOKS PUBLICATIONS 2* Wore 1 SS (MiH.)-Box <» rfs. mxtrm FEOERAL PUBLICATIONS LTD. have a wide range of Par Books on I display la the Cold Storage Arcade. Orchard Road, la conjunction with B.P.C.K. THE TAR EAST ENGINEER Published quarterly THE ENGINEER. liks Its companion volume tlto Heng Kens Psr

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New type roof sheeting by Hume [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New type roof sheeting by Hume ANTHONY OEI COMMERCIAL AND TNDTFSTRTAL NEWS Rv OITR MARKET STAFF BIG BREAKTHROUGH IN LIGHTWEIGHT BUILDING MATERIALS FIELD By A NEW type of lightweight asbestos cement corrugated sheet said to represent a major breakthrough in the field of lightweight building materials is to be marketed

Four-door Ford Cortina [ARTICLE]

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Four-door Ford Cortina EVDRD Motor Co. of Malaya has Introduced the four door Cortina to local motorists. The new model incorporates all the features found in the iwo-door version marketed last September style, roominess, lively performance, economy. Mechanical specifications remain the same: a compact 1,200 cc engine delivering 53.5 bhp,

Sales bid for book sewing machines [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sales bid for book sewing machines THE president of Urano and Co. Ltd. of Japan, manufacturer of book sewing machines, arrived in Singapore this week to investigate sales possibilities. Mr. Kurajl Urano said that the machines had found a large market in Japan and he felt that with Singapore's rapidly

DRINKS OUTPUT [ARTICLE]

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DRINKS OUTPUT Singapore's production of soft drinks. Including sweetened aerated water and soda water, totalled 1.415.8 million or., last year, against 1.431.7 million oa. In the previous year, and 1,184.4 million or. the year before. The December 1963 output was 136.8 million or

Air-India profit forecast [ARTICLE]

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Air-India profit forecast Mr. B fc. Paiel. vice-chairman ana general manager of Alr-Indla. said In the May issue of the Magic Carpet, the company's house jrgan, that preliminary calculations show that Air-India's profit lor 1902-63 will be about 114.4 million before tax. •This Is after provJalona for depreciation. obsolescence and

$200,000 IV AND RADIO FIRM BEGINS BUSINESS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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$200,000 IV AND RADIO FIRM BEGINS BUSINESS K\ II MtftrunicN 4 S2IHI.(HMI TV and radio firm, has opened for business at North Brider Road. Singapore The proprietor ia Mr. Loh Fan. who is managing director of Nanyang Radio Co. Ltd. Piclurr abovr takrn at thr opening ceremony rerenlly shows from

'N.Z. CAN MEET MALAYA MEAT DEMAND' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'N.Z. CAN MEET MALAYA MEAT DEMAND' SINGAPORE is a very Important market for New Zealand meat, said Mr. John Andrew, leader o* a three-man "trade mission" from the New Zealand Meat Producers Board. Wellington, to Singapore. He said: "Singapore which is on the key route to other parts of the

Japan vehicles: All-time high [ARTICLE]

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Japan vehicles: All-time high Japan's motor vehicle exports in the 1962 financial year ended last March hit an all-time record high of 75.093 units, according to Uie j Japan Automobile Association in Tokyo. This was 59 per rent more than in the previous financial year. Of the total. 20.010 were

RMAF ORDER 2 HERON TRANSPORTS [ARTICLE]

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RMAF ORDER 2 HERON TRANSPORTS HAWKER Sideley Aviation has received an order for two de Havllland Heron aircraft from the Royal Malayan Air Force, accordIng to a report in the London Financial Times. The four-engined light transports will be delivered this summer. Augmenting a fleet of four de Havilland Doves

UK export merchants are more optimistic [ARTICLE]

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UK export merchants are more optimistic BRITISH export merrhants tend to feel j rather more hopeful about exports than they I did four months ago, i but their views on the overall business prospects in Britain have undergone little change. This la the general picture which emerges frorr the latest

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RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES \[AV first graoe ruMe/ bu/era i.a.k. eleted at 6 a.m. in Smgavero and Kuala Lumaur yesterday at 74! cents per lb. up a quarter of. a cant. In. tone uu steady ejuiot. S.C.C.R.A. and F.M.R.E elating avtaat in eaits par lb yctterday Int 1 R.s.B. prompt f.o.b. buyers

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lying alengsids the Singapera Harbeur wharves er expestad today ara: Memnon 44, Rajah Brooke 23. Star Pink 40/41, Empire Oannet 21/22. Ragna Bakke 4/5, Shlgeahlma, Mam 8/9. Sedill N.W. 3, Kajumbar 31/32, Musi 27, Klortan Ceynowa 42/43. Kmille Maarak 33/36, Pulau Kldjang N.W. 6, Sumpltan. N.W.

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS {OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS) May 2. Three month. Dunlope 16 eta. 8. Darby 4d. Ksso 21 eta. C. Storage 4 id. V. N. 18 eta. 8. Traction 1 Gammons 11 eta. Hume orda 16 eta Hume prcfa 16 CU. 1. Waush 16 cm. Shell 16 cts M. Brew 30 eta.

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THI Malayan Eiehange Banks' Asa*I siaoen made theae changes In its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to SIMM: 1 New Vark: buying TT 32 11'lfl. nrmall OP 32 13/16. M d/st 33 1/16 credit hllla. 33 3 11 trade bill*. Canada: buying TT 3&i. airmail OD M*.

STOCK EXCHANGE 'STRONG' WITH ACTIVE TRADING [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE 'STRONG' WITH ACTIVE TRADING From Our Market Correspondent WITH Singapore trading room operating again yesterday after the May Day holiday conditions on the Malayan Stock Exchange cot off to a flying start. Although there were few new factors to apparently justify it there were further price rises particularly

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES M.i l.iv. ill i Mock Im idicen April 30. Max t Industrials: Tin>: S rubber*: ll».8!t I (18.40 107.83 lI4JS 10K.40 Dee. W. IMI I •i Hi IP

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE COMBINED business in trie Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of the shares traded in brackets: INDUSTRIAL*: ounl*M (4.000) 12 77 tail imtlt $3.23 SL. 53.22 M53.17 BL. (2.000) 53.2 U. (3.000> 13.22. (3.000) 13.24. (2.000) 13.25. (2.00U)

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS M MELBOURNE. Iliurs ARKET LEADERS were In demand in stronger burin* inquiry B.H.P. steadied and i« I \NZ further Improved. Trad- ing was active and covered a wide 1 range of second rank stocks. Movements were about in balance A.0.0. ndvane«d to 47i» I 3d. then closed at

Sharp rise in tin price: Better rubber buying [ARTICLE]

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Sharp rise in tin price: Better rubber buying mHERE was an unexpected X rise of $3.50 In the Straits tin price yesterday to $456.25 per picul on an offering estimated reduced by 15 tons to 235 tons. in London overnight tin had showed no material change in moderately active dealings.

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES May 2. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 74} cents (up a quarter of a cent). TIN: $456.25 (up $3.50). Estimated unofficial offerioc 235 tons (down 15 tons i

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES /'HINIIE PtMm Cicnange. »in aU «*re n««n sritet Mr sioul yetteraa»: Csssnut Ml Milk »42t e<llers. drum $45| aellera. Caaira: alay/Juo* I'K/CoatiDcnt »27| Po»**r: Muntok white $IJ7» oellero Sarawak white lias srtlers. «p«cial Sarawak black »U)7» sellers, (aroint Lamponc niaik (10*1 Mllers Asia *12U sellers ttniapere C«**nut OH

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NOTICES BANK HOLIDAY 'I he Banks in the Federation ol Malaya will be closed lor business on MONDAY. 6th May 1963—; HARI RAYA HAJI. Chairman. Exchange Banks' Association of Uie Feaeiation of Malaya. I NOTICE OF WATER RATIONING SE&EMBAN WATER SI PPL V NEGERI SEMBILAN. owing 10 the deteriorating water

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS APPLICATIONS are invited tor scholarships to enable the successful candidates to undergo a twoyear Technical Teachers' Training Course lv the United Kingdom. ELIGIBILITY: Applicants most I be Singapore Citizens, or children of Singapore Citizens and have lived m Singapore for not less than 10 yea i* immediately prior

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SHIPPING NOTICE LLOYD TBIESTLNO M.V. "NEPTUNIA" This vessel L> expected to anne from Australia ana Djakarta on Saturday, 4i.h May at 6 ajn. ana will eail for Europe a*. 5 P-m. the same day. Passengers should embark between 3 pm. ana 4 pm. on 4Ui May and all hea\> jaggage

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GOLD CUP FINAL

MAJID GOALS MAKE IT EASY FOR SPORE [ARTICLE]

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MAJID GOALS MAKE IT EASY FOR SPORE Zakaria Hashim KELANTAN 3 SINGAPORE 6 By I/OTA BHARU. Thurs. Singapore Malays today beat Kelantan Malays 6-3 in the final .of the Sultans' Gold Cup soccer competition played here today before a capacity crowd which included the Sultan of Kelantan. At half-time Singapore

Ravi punches clear [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ravi punches clear DAVI Kumar, the Indian Youth goalkeeper, punches clear when challenged by Selangor's Ho Yoon Meng (No. 8) during Wednesday night's friendly match at the Merdeka Stadium. Looking on is Selangor centre-forward Arthur Koh (right; Selangor won 2 l. Picture by WAN SENG YIP.

Tourists to field best side tonight [ARTICLE]

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Tourists to field best side tonight SINGAPORE. Tliur.s. Customs, the South Vietnamese League > .soccer champions, will field theiV i strongest team 111 their opeuinK match against Singapore Senior Club- at Jalan Besar Stadium tomorrow '7 p.m. 1. Ncuycn Due An. manager-coach ol 'he visiting team, said on arrival today:

Choong nets winner [ARTICLE]

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Choong nets winner cam hah 2 pcrc 1 IPOH. Thurs. Cheng Wah took full poinu. Horn this Ipou district League .soccer match today, thanks to a late goal by their cciiI tre-forward Choong Swee Poong. In an evenly -contested match. Cheng Wah took tlie lead in th# 28th minute when

HOCKEY TPCA hand Police 2-0 knockout [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY TPCA hand Police 2-0 knockout KUALA LUMPUR. Thursday. TPCA. the defending champions, got off to a good A start in th.o Selangor Hockey Association's senior division knock-out competition when they beat Selangor Police 2 o at Princes Road today. Tamllians, who had a slight, edge over their opponents, netted

S'pore go to south meet with high hopes [ARTICLE]

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S'pore go to south meet with high hopes SINGAPORE, Thur.s. Singapore will go to Segamat with renewed spirit and determination to succeed in the Razak Cup south zone hockey triangular which begins tomorrow. Their 2-1 victory over Negri Sembilan In the recent triendly "quad" .at Seremban, where 'Singapore lailed by

Malacca entries [ARTICLE]

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Malacca entries MALACCA. Thurs Entries for the Malacca open badminton championships from May 17 to 19 should be forwarded to Mr. Charlie Scow. secretary. Malacca B.A. c/o Municipal Office. Malacca. Entries close on May 10.

German XI may play in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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German XI may play in S'pore SINGAPORE. Thurs. Singa-; I pore Amateur FA. announced today; that a top West German club may; play In Singapore on May 20 and-, 22 However, the name of the club I concerned was not disclosed. Negotiations are proceeding. I

PREMIER: SOSC DESERVES SUPPORT [ARTICLE]

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PREMIER: SOSC DESERVES SUPPORT CINGM'ORt:. Thur*. The 0 Mm Minister. Mr. I.cc Kuan Yen, *jiys the Singapore Olympic and Shorts Council* tund-raisiiiK campaign deserves support. In a message to the SOSC, who are staging a carnival on Saturday. Mr. Lee says: "The objective of the carnival is to raise funds

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Make it one-city tourney next time, they say [ARTICLE]

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Make it one-city tourney next time, they say THE FA. of Malaya, said officials of the 11 visit- ing countries which competed in the \sian Youth championship, were perfect hosis ID final day interviews at the Pfenang City Stadium on Sunday they made suggestions on how the FAM could also

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SPORTS DIARY SOCCER TOIR MATCH: Senior Clube v| Customs of S. Vietnam iJn. Besar 7 p.m.). SPORE DIV. 3B: SanvUta v Sukaramai (Jn. Besar): Gentle v. Customs (»-alestier Rd»; Scran goon v Haikowyu (Farrer Pkj; Mt Emily v Kallang Airport cSt George's Rdi. L. PERAK LGE DIV. 1: Plem ington

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RACING ROUNDUP

FRIENDS AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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FRIENDS AGAIN So Moore will ride for Smith ('ANBERRA, Thurs. Sydney's leading trainer. Tom Smith, and leading jockey George Moore are friends again, reports Jack Finglrton. they were fined A£loo each for unseemly behauour at Rardwlck racecourse. Moore was finod another A£2s for reruslng to ride an acceded mourn for

Penang acceptors and riders [ARTICLE]

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Penang acceptors and riders SUNDAY TOMORROW Race One: 2.0— 0 5 Div 3-s'f 1 ***** Mm Amu < sSt i R.S. Bieuk. 10 9.0 Donnelly 5 t OJOB3 Raluanu <\VB. Graham Palmer) Heddle. 6 813 2 i OOOlin l.u.iio, .on Si. i K. Breuk. 4 8.10 B. Wilson 14 4

Teh Su Su is all right [ARTICLE]

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Teh Su Su is all right EPSOM JEEP HE SHOULD MAKE AMENDS TOMORROW By Penang, Thursday rERE is nothing wrong with Teh Su Su; T he Wee Cobbler has improved tremendously; and Mafic Key is a "must follow" this meeting. These were the main impressions I gathered from this morning's

retires Stirling Moss [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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retires Stirling Moss T ONDON, Thurs. Stirling Moss won more international Grand Prix and sports car races than any other British driver but he has retired without winning the world championship, a title which has eluded him for a decade. Moss announced his retirement yesterday after a private test at

Crocket out of favour [ARTICLE]

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Crocket out of favour LONDON. Thura. Americanowned Crocket has been deposed from his position as favourite for the Epsom Derby as a result of his failure in the 2.00( Guineas at Newmarket yesterday Crocket, previously quoted at 14-1 for the Epsom classic on May 29. is now on offer at

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Spurs to meet Atletico Madrid in final [ARTICLE]

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Spurs to meet Atletico Madrid in final LONDON, Thursday. TOTTENHAM Hotspur last night qualified to x meet Atletico Madrid in the European Cup Winners' Cup final at Rotterdam on, May 15. The English FA Cup holders last night beat OFK Belgrade 3-1 to win the ,semifinal tie on 5-2 aggregate.

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West Irian Governor [ARTICLE]

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West Irian Governor KOTA BARI (West Irian) Thurs. Mr. E. J. Bonay. former member of the New Ciuinra Council and former editor of the se\en-munth-old Indonesian language newspaper T.iindra M i sill (Bird of Paradise i. .bei.une the first (.inrrnnr nf West Irian it a eefWBM) ill th«> <imiTiinr's mansion

The prosecutor asks for a week's remand: 'It's serious' [ARTICLE]

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The prosecutor asks for a week's remand: 'It's serious' •We were. however, aware that he was scheduled to speak at a May Day rally and it was for that reason that he was not arrested earlier. "However, it has come to the knowledge of the prosecution that between the date

A GOTONG ROYONG [ARTICLE]

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A GOTONG ROYONG CABINET 'NEEDED' JAKARTA. Thurs. The chairman ol the, Communist dominated Tnrinnps-nn Trnrip Tlninn maones.an iraae union Federation. Mr. N jono. said today that the time had come to dis<n]\* thP nrpcpnt Pahi.soi\e tne present carji net. Speakins in a mass rally inarklng Labour Day. Mr N}ono said.

Hashim had a brush with Aidit over Terang —Bulan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hashim had a brush with Aidit over Terang Bulan I£UALA LUMPUR, Thurs. A Malayan delegate to the AfroAsian journalists' conference in Jakarta was told by Indonesian Communist leader D.N. Aidit to stand up while "Terang Bulan" was played during a reception there. But the delegate. Inche Hashim Hassan, replied that

$152 more for Mrs. Mok [ARTICLE]

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$152 more for Mrs. Mok SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Straits Times today received another $152 In donations for widowed Mrs. Mok Koh Chee. They are from Mr. Sim Puay Kirn ($5O) V.H.R. i $20 1. Anonymous «s7l>, and Anonymous iSll). The total amount received so far is $318.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON, Thurs. It has been a generally satisfactory day in the stock markets, with renewed actlvlty in textiles again providing the feature of a firm industrial section. Towards the close, leading stocks were meeting an Increased de- j mand. Tins hardened In the afternoon, j Oils turned dull

'No' to wheelchair: Then he agrees [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'No' to wheelchair: Then he agrees LONDON. Thurs. Sir Winston Churchill declined the use of a wheelchair uhen he attended the Royal Academy banquet last night. Helped from his car by his chauffeur and his detective, he was assisted up the steps, where a wheelchair was waiting to take him

June 30 deadline for citizenship [ARTICLE]

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June 30 deadline for citizenship KUALA LUMPUR. Thursday. JUNE 30 is the last day for acquiring Federal citizenship through registration. A Government statement I said today that in the Parliamentary debate in Januar last year on changes of citizenship laws, the Prime Minister had promised a period of grace of

Estate men give $115 to P-fund [ARTICLE]

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Estate men give $115 to P-fund KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Biggest donation to the National Patriotic Fund received by the Straits Times group today came from the employees of Baba Bakala Estate, Slim River. Perak. They gave i $115. The group received a' total of 1216 today, bringing Its total to

Worcester 119 [ARTICLE]

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Worcester 119 LONDON. Thurs. Worcestershire slumped badly against the West Indian tourists today, and were all out for 119. Only a "5 by England batsman Tom Ora- 1 veney saved his side from a first innings disaster.

Asian common market hopes [ARTICLE]

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Asian common market hopes MANILA. Thurs. iMonomie Ministers Horn Asian mvi F;u East countries will rm-rt in Manila in Dectniiwr for a conference winch the Philippines hopes would be a stepping stone toward eventual !orI nation of an Asian cenimm market. I The Presidential Pres.s Oftire a;j- nounced today that

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT THE FAMILY OF KM Ml <•">■ me CMa Wens Wah thank nil rrlntivn and friends fur their condolences, wreathn. I "If I. donation!!, •elegrami, and ns.tilit.inre rendered during then rerent licri'.i mem

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