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The Straits Times, 29 May 1963

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AVERAGE DAILY 4 I II II I I I II SALE EXCEEDS 100.000 The Straits Times He***. Estd. 1845 WEDNESDAY. MAY 29, 1963. 15 CENTS. KDN 552

TOKYO 'SUMMIT' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TOKYO 'SUMMIT' FELIX ABISHEGANADEN Ollt Of the blue an invitation from President Soekarno to meet in Japan, and Tengku tells cheering House: I'm off tomorrow i By KUALA LUMPUR. Tuasday. TENGKU ABDUL RAHMAN has accepted an invitation to meet President Soekarno in Tokyo before the weekend. The invitation came out

The Pope: Cancer of the stomach [ARTICLE]

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The Pope: Cancer of the stomach yATICAN CITY. Tues. T Pope John's condition was said by Vatican sources today to be "extremely grave" in his fight against the stomach tumour which has afflicted him for a year. The Dutch Catholic news agency K.N.P. in The Hague today quoted diplomats in

ON WAY: 45-MINUTE MEETING WITH MACAPAGAL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ON WAY: 45-MINUTE MEETING WITH MACAPAGAL MANILA. Tues. Tengku Abdul Rahman will meet President Macapagal for 45 minutes on Thursday on liin way to Tokyo. Vite-President Pelaez said today that President Macapagal would meet the Tengku at the airport. Last week. President Maea- pagal met President Soekarno for three hours

Lee in capital [ARTICLE]

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Lee in capital KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The Singapore Prime Minister. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, arrived here toniuht ■for Informal talks" with Tun Abdul Razak and other Malayan official* tomorrow on the financial of merger.

Red rocket testj [ARTICLE]

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Red rocket testj MOSCOW. Tues. RusMa has rairled out MWNMftf launching of j improved carrier rockets for space i purposes in the central Pacific, the Soviet (.racial news agency Tass .said today.— Reuter.

RAIN MAKING FLIGHT: WAS IT FAILURE? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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RAIN MAKING FLIGHT: WAS IT FAILURE? THE RAINMAKERS TAKE OFF SINGAPORE, Tuesday. J^ HAIL of ire pellets sprayed into a rainladen doud today failed to force it to burst over Singapore. The dark cloud hovered over Paya. Lebar for a while, then moved seawards and disappeared. The first attempt at

Trainer plane crashes [ARTICLE]

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Trainer plane crashes TOKYO. Tues. The Japanese Air Force Defence Agency said today that a Japanese crewman was missing after a T-33 jet trainIng plane crashed Into the sea off Mlyagi Prefecture along the Pacific coast of Northern Japan this evening. rhe agency said another crewman had parachuted into the

Lisbon disaster [ARTICLE]

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Lisbon disaster LISBON, Tues. At least 25 people were killed and 38 injured when a roof collapsed over a platform at Lisbon's Cats do Sod re station today. Reuter

Changed: Those conditions on Ruler's land [ARTICLE]

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Changed: Those conditions on Ruler's land •MATTER CLOSED' HE SAYS AFTER MEETING KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The dispute between the Sultan of Selangpr and the State Executive Council over his land near Jalan Duta in the Lake Gardens area was settled today. On Saturday the Sultan criticised the council liwd tmdifeould

Cholera: Another death [ARTICLE]

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Cholera: Another death j KUALA LUMPUR. Tuos. rvNLY one case of sus- pected cholera was reported during the last 24 hours in the country bringing the total to 393. The new case occurred in Muar. The death toll, however, has increased to 12 when a man died in the Malacca

A `tax free Malaysia for Borneo territories [ARTICLE]

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A `tax free Malaysia for Borneo territories KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday, f 1 1 K Borneo territories will l>c exempted from taxation in the "early stages*' of Malaysia, the Prime Minister, Tengku Alxlul Rahman, announced today. He told the House of Representatives: "They (the Borneo territories) will have to pay when

Duties up [ARTICLE]

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Duties up I KUCHING, Tues. Duties on a wide range of items, in- eluding petrol and liquor, were raised in Sarawak today. See Back Page for details.

Six troops accused of mutiny [ARTICLE]

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Six troops accused of mutiny SINGAPORE. Tues. Six soldiers of the 2nd Bn., 7th Duke of Edinburgh's Own Gurkha Rifles are to be courtmartialled on a charge of "mutiny and violence" on April 16 in Brunei. An Army statement issued here today said that the soldiers were alleged to have

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ISLANDERS FLEE BEFORE QUAKES [ARTICLE]

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ISLANDERS FLEE BEFORE QUAKES JAKARTA. Tues. Violent earthquakes shook the Western part of Lombok Island near Mount Agung on Bali Island on Saturday night, Antara news agency reported. A radio Station in Mataram. capital of Lombok. stopped broadcasting for some time because it.s tran.smiter collapsed Volcano deaths Mount Agungs eruption

China is accused of empire building [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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China is accused of empire building UNITED NATIONS. Tues. Mr. T. T. Krishnarnachari. Indian Minister for Economic and Defence Co-ordina-tion, yesterday charged nmmiinist China with infiltration of SouthFust Asia in an attempt to realise "the old Chinese dream of empire." He specifically mentoined Burma. Ceylon. M.< l.i > a the

Victory for Jomo [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Victory for Jomo CALL FOR NATIONAL UNITY* KANU GETS SIMPLE MAJORITY WITH 58 MEMBERS IN 117-SEAT KENYA ASSEMBLY NAIROBI, Tues. Mr. Jomo Kenyatta yesterday led his Kenya African National Union (Kanu) to a general election victory and declared his government would be guided by the principles of democratic African socialism.

The pirate chief and the white women he seized [ARTICLE]

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The pirate chief and the white women he seized (CONTINUED) MANILA, Tues. The Vice-Governor of the southern Philippines island of Jolo, Mr. Arasad Sali. has confirmed that two British women were being held captive by pirates in the area, the Manila Times reported today. Mr. Sail, interviewed in Cebu City

China-Afghan border talks coming [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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China-Afghan border talks coming PEKING, Tuesday. r«HINA and Afghanistan will start boundary talks soon in the Afghan capital of Kabul, the Chinese Foreign Minister. Marshal Chen Yi. announced here last night. He was speaking at the Afghan National Day garden party in the embassy grounds. Marshal Chen Vi said he

Soekarno's son: Police deny rumours [ARTICLE]

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Soekarno's son: Police deny rumours JAKARTA. Tues. A police spokesman today denied rumours that President Soekarnos eldest son, Guntur, organised the untiChinese riots in Bandoeng 10 days ago. But he said that a collrse student, "who locks rerjf much like Guntur.' 1 was being held with several others for Investigation.

Jakarta, Manila trade accord [ARTICLE]

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Jakarta, Manila trade accord JAKARTA. Tues— The Philippines and Indonesia .signed !>\e trade ;md co-operation protocol* last night. The five documents Include a general trade agreement wherein Indonesia has agreed to m-p ye US$5 million for Philippines i<n. ports— UPl.

Extortion bid on an envoy [ARTICLE]

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Extortion bid on an envoy SAIGON. Tues. Police have arrested an unemployed Vietnamese accountant alleged to have tried to extort money from the United Stales Ambassador here under threat of assassination. Embassy sources said yesterday. The Ambassador, Mr. Frederick E Nolting, received six threatening letters, the author of which demanded

Doctor flies to Katmandu [ARTICLE]

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Doctor flies to Katmandu WASHINGTON. Tues. Lieut Eldred D. Mundth. a naval doctor, who specialises in treatmei trostbite and other cold Injuries. I flew to Katmandu yesterday to help the American conquer* Everest. Lieut. Mundth will treat Barry Bishop and William Unsoeld for their frost bitten toes— Reuter.

A PLEDGE TO STAY IN THE COMMONWEALTH [ARTICLE]

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A PLEDGE TO STAY IN THE COMMONWEALTH LONDON, Tues. Mr. Jomo Kenyatta was seen on British television screens last night declaring that his party would maintain Kenya within the British Commonwealth. He was asked by commentator Robin Day in a newsfllm made for BBC's weekly comment programme Panorama whether Kenya

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SHOUTING MPs HOLD UP COMMONS BUSINESS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SHOUTING MPs HOLD UP COMMONS BUSINESS Brooke accused of withholding vital fact in Enahoro debate LONDON, Tues. A chorus of "resign, resign" shouts at the Home Secretary held up the House of Commons business last night. In one of the stormiest scenes, the Labour Opposition accused Mr. Henry Brooke of

UN delegate hit by housing race bar [ARTICLE]

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UN delegate hit by housing race bar UNITED NATIONS, Tuesday. 4 BRITISH diplomat at the United Nations has been refused a home by several New York landlords because he wants to entertain African and Asian delegates. A U.S. spokesman said today the American delegation was doing its best to help

A letter in prison from his ex-mistress Christine— [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A letter in prison from his ex-mistress Christine— LONDON, Tues. Miss Christine Keeler. former mistress of John Arthur Edgecombe the West Indian salesman who was jailed in March for shooting at the door of her flat is still friendly towards him. Edgecombe's counsel. Mr. L Moules. in appealing against conviction

COURT ORDER ON PARKS SEGREGATION [ARTICLE]

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COURT ORDER ON PARKS SEGREGATION WASHINGTON. Tups.— The Supreme Court ruled yesterda that the colour bar should be ended in parks, playgrounds and other city recreational f.uiliti.s in the Southern city of Memphis. Tennessee. The ruling was expected to have a wide effect throughout the Southern states, where the majority

Quick look round [ARTICLE]

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Quick look round NEW YORK Tues. A CH-3B helicopter took oh! from Otis air force base, Massachusetts, yesterday on a 4.000-mlle flight to Paris in an effort to break the worlds record (740 miles) for distance travelled over water by a helicopter. LONDON: The British Government does not believe that

UN finance crisis: Move to suspend Soviet vote [ARTICLE]

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UN finance crisis: Move to suspend Soviet vote WASHINGTON, Tuesday. QOVERNMENT officials said yesterday the United States would press strongly for the automatic suspension of the Soviet Union's vote in the United Nations General Assembly if Moscow continued to refuse to pay its dues. The officials said that if the

Anti-Nikita books circulating in London [ARTICLE]

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Anti-Nikita books circulating in London LONDON. Tues. A mysterious flood of booklets attacking Mr. Khrushchev and praising Communist China are being circulated in London, according to the Evening Standard. It said the booklets, believed to have been printed in Albania, are "embarassing the British Communist Party." A party spokesman said:

Governor's plea is rejected [ARTICLE]

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Governor's plea is rejected WASHINGTON. Tues— The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday rejected a plea by the segregationist Governor of Alabama that President Kennedy violated the constitution by sending troops to his state. The Governor. Mr. George Wallace, asked the court to forbid 'he use of troops In the area of

The final tribute [ARTICLE]

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The final tribute NEW YORK. Tues.— More than 2.500 people. Including hfe> fellow publishers and a representative of President Kennedy, paid final tribute yesterday to Mr. Orvll Dryfoos, president and publisher of the New York Times, who died last Saturday, aged 50.— UPI.

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Claims are 'extravagant' [ARTICLE]

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Claims are 'extravagant' SPORE TELEPHONE BOARD'S CHARGE AGAINST AUPE 'UNION'S DEMAND FOR A NEW COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT WOULD COST ADDITIONAL $3 MIL.' THK Amalgamated Union of Public Employees was today accused in the Industrial Arbitration Court of submitting "extravagant" claims on the Singapore Telephone Board for a new collective agreement which

A new school [ARTICLE]

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A new school SINGAPORE. Tues. Mr. S. V. Lingam. Assemblyman for Aljunied. will open the Mat tar East Integrated School at Mattar Road, of! Aljunied Road, tomorrow at 7.30 D.m

Prison chapel visit [ARTICLE]

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Prison chapel visit SINGAPORE. Tues.— The YWCA I International Women's Club will meet tomorrow outside the Changl Prison at 10 a.m. lor a visit to the prison chapel.

Housing Board's 20,000 th tenant [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Housing Board's 20,000 th tenant SINGAPORE, Tue^. A laundryman, Mr. Chiang Kam Wan (above right', the lucky 20.000 th tenant to be housed by thu Housing and Development Board received his certificate tonight from the Minister for National Development, Mr. Tan Kia Gail. I Along with the certificate. Mr. j

RI pirates rob a fisherman [ARTICLE]

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RI pirates rob a fisherman \f ALACCA, Tues. A fisherman, Koh Seong Bee, today reported to police here that he was robbed of his motor-boat, fUhing gear and personal belongings worth about 55.000 by Indonesian pirates, four miles off the Malacca coast, on Saturday. Koh said that he went out

'YOU'VE FAILED IN YOUR DUTY' [ARTICLE]

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'YOU'VE FAILED IN YOUR DUTY' SINGAPORE, Tues. The general secretary of the National Trades Union Congress. Mr. C.V. Devan Nair, today accused the Labour and Welfare Officer of the Ministry of Health, Mr. R. Ramalingam, of "grossly" failing In his official duties in attending to complaints by public dailyrated workers.

IN AND OUT BY AIR [ARTICLE]

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IN AND OUT BY AIR '"PHE following is today's sche- dule of civil aircraft movements at Paya Lebar airport Singapore: ARRIVALS BOAC: From London. Rome, Damascus. Baghdad, Karachi. Calcutta. Rangoon (BA 720) 5.50 p.m. Japan Air Lines: From Tokyo. Home Kong. Bangkok tJL 713 1 6.15 p.m.; from Jakarta (JL

SECRET VOTE TO PICK TALKS MEN [ARTICLE]

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SECRET VOTE TO PICK TALKS MEN SINGAPORE, Tuesday. WAGE negotiators for the 10,000 waterfront workers here are to be selected soon by secret ballot. The ballot is to be conducted by the Labour .Ministry, the Prime Minister. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew told reporters today. The negotiators, to be drawn from

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ANOTHER 5 HELD IN POLICE RAIDS [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER 5 HELD IN POLICE RAIDS SINGAPORE. Tues. The police last night j detained five men and screened 357 in their continued raids on secret society hideouts. They found 15 spears on a worksite at Bukit Ho Swee. where the Loh Kwan secret .society is believed to be acOne man

Factory worker loses arm [ARTICLE]

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Factory worker loses arm SINGAPORE, Tues.— Mi-s.s Lohi Veu Kuan. 19, a worker at an ••rated water factory in Allenbv Road, last tier left arm yesterday in a cutting machine. She was admitted to hospital where her condition is reported to be not serious

The Malay Std II rule for teachers criticised [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Malay Std II rule for teachers criticised UNION ASKS MINISTER FOR IMMEDIATE TALKS SINGAPORE, Tuesday. J'HE Singapore Teachers' Union warned today that the teaching profession would suffer "serious deterioration" if the Government continued to insist that certain categories of teachers must pass their Std. II Malay examination before being

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR 'WHITE RAJAH' [ARTICLE]

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MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR 'WHITE RAJAH' ONDON, Tues A AJ memorial service for Sir Charles Vyner Brooke, the last "White Rajah" of Sarawak. was held yesterday in St. Paul's Cathedral. It was attended by Lady Sylvia, the former Ranee, who flew from Barbardos for the funeral. Sir Charles 1 brother Bertram,

This is not the way an envoy should act, says Tengku of Jakarta ambassador [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This is not the way an envoy should act, says Tengku of Jakarta ambassador K.IALA LUMPUR. Tues. The activities of the Indonesian Ambassador here were not in keeping with the etiquette expected of a member of the Diplomatic Service Tengku Abdul Rahman said today. lie was replying in the House

Cloth worth $8,000 is stolen [ARTICLE]

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Cloth worth $8,000 is stolen SINGAPORE. Tues.-Thirves broke into a tailor's shop in Orchard Road early .yesterday morning and got away with SB.OOO worth of cloth. Thry guinrd entry into the shop Ah Chum's by removing an air-condi-tioner at the back of the shop and then going through the holr

Penang flag day [ARTICLE]

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Penang flag day PENANQ. Tues.— The Penang State Committee for the Freedom from Hunger campaign will hold flag day on June 1.

TWO FISHERMEN ARE FINED $10,300 EACH [ARTICLE]

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TWO FISHERMEN ARE FINED $10,300 EACH SITIAWAN, Tues. Two fishermen were each fined $10,000, or 18 months' jail, when they were found guilty yesterday of "knowingly being concerned in conveying 9791 b of dutiable tobacco with intent to defraud the Government of 57.832 duty." APPEALING Tan Swee Keng 29. and

'A go-slow over no bonus'—manager [ARTICLE]

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'A go-slow over no bonus' manager SINGAPORE, Tuesday. THE factory manager of P.A.R. Malayan Paint Works. Ltd., Mr. Chia Tiauw Kee, told the Second Industrial Arbitration Court today that the factory workers had been adopting a "go-slow" attitude because the company had refused to pay them a bonus. The Singapore

Film show for psychologists [ARTICLE]

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Film show for psychologists KUALA LUMPUR, Tues. The Kuala Lumpur Psychology Club will screen documentary films for members and friends at 29, Ipoh Road on Sunday at 7.30 p.m.

On wrong side [ARTICLE]

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On wrong side IPOH. Tues. Mr. S. Tharirtalingum. a member of the Malayan Indian Congrp^-. bM boen suspended by the party for proposing a United Democratic Party candidate. Mr. L. Naidu. to stand for election to the Talplng Town Council.

4 men rob family [ARTICLE]

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4 men rob family ALOR STAR. Tues— Pour armed men held up a shopkeeper, L*ow Oeok Urn. 37, and his family at Pekan Lama. Sungel Patanl. soon after midnight last night. and escaped with $200 in cash and (ewellery.

Siva appeal June 10 [ARTICLE]

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Siva appeal June 10 KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. An appeal by Or. S. Sivasithamparam, 3d. a dermatologist at the r.ener it Hospital here, against conviction on two corruption charges will be heard in the High Court on June 10. Dr. Siva, as he was referred to throughout the 14-day trial in

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$3m. 'stop gap' plan for water from Ulu Tiram [ARTICLE]

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$3m. 'stop gap' plan for water from Ulu Tiram SINGAPORE, Thursday "STOP GAP" plan to draw water from Sungei Ulu Tiram, a tributary of the Johore River, is being studied by the Government. Brainchild of Opposition Assemblyman, Mr. A. P. Rajah (SPA), the Tiram project calk; for a $3 million

Union's jobless fund [ARTICLE]

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Union's jobless fund KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. The All Malayan Estates Staff Union has decided to set up schemes (or unemployment relief, death benefits and retirement funds for its members.

RAGGING IS OUT AT THE POLY [ARTICLE]

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RAGGING IS OUT AT THE POLY OAGGING will be strictl 1V Polytechnic next wee! freshies into the college. Instead, both seniors and juniors will channel their energies towards more useful activities. As part of the Orientation Week programme, which starts on June 4. students have planned a blood donation campaign

Naval Base union kicks out 'rebels' [ARTICLE]

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Naval Base union kicks out 'rebels' SINGAPORE, Tues. Nine leaders of a rebel group in the Naval Base Labour Union have been expelled for "antiunion acts." They are Messrs. K. A. Kurup. N. C. Nair. O. Balan D. Gabriel. N. Gopi, Awang bin Haji Abdul Rahman, E. Sundram, O. M.

MALAYANS WED IN SURREY [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MALAYANS WED IN SURREY MR. PHILIP W. H. SOO and hU bride. Miss Irene Quek Ai Leng, after their wedding at Richmond. Surrey. England. The bridegroom, the second son of Dr. H. M. Soo, of Kuala Lumpur, is a music master on the staff of the Essex Education committee. The

Philippine music group coming [ARTICLE]

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Philippine music group coming PENANG, Tues.— The Philippines Chamber Music Ensemble now touring South-East Asia, will Riv« a l „:»m at the St. George's Girl* 1 School heie at 8.30 p.m. on June 7. The ensemble, comprising thre. vocalists and five instrumentalists, will visit the Federation under the auspices of

Road death charge [ARTICLE]

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Road death charge PENANG. Tues. A Uxl driver, Abdul Razak bin Yunus, 37. today pleaded not *uilty to a charge of causing the death of a cyclist, Manaf bin Ismail. 33, on the Balu Üban main road yesterday by a rash act not amounting to culpable homicide. Bail was allowed.

Pension of SI 50 a month... for outlay of $180 [ARTICLE]

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Pension of SI 50 a month... for outlay of $180 KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. —Officials of the National Union of Commercial Workers have devised a glittering pension scheme for its 10,000 members. Economists, businessmen and even schoolboys may scon* at the outrageously easy terms. But the union's secretary. Mr. A. B.

$50 abortion: Midwife is jailed for 3 months [ARTICLE]

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$50 abortion: Midwife is jailed for 3 months IPOH, Tuesday A MIDWIFE, Munah A binte Ali, 45, was today sentenced to three months' jail for voluntary causing an illegal miscarriage. Munah. a widow, had a previous conviction. She pleaded not guilty. Chew Nget Chean, wife of a salesman and mother

Charged with raping girl [ARTICLE]

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Charged with raping girl KUALA LUMPUR, rues I Bostan Khan, 38, of Batu Road' was charged in a magistrate* court today with wrongfully confining a Kirl to a hotel room raDin* her and naving carnal Intercourse with her. The offences are alleged io been committed on May 13 »t Ton*

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The house that MOSS built... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The house that MOSS built... KEN PURDY WHEN he is in London Moss entertains often. His house in Ihe West End, more than two years in building, is as nearly finished now; :is anything belonging to a perfectionist can be. Moss designed ii as much for entertaining as for his

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DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS I* liorrf, W« I Minimum i MRS. 4. GANNO Aged SO passed away I L~<-5-63 4.00 p.m. Ristert of the Poor and thence to Rldadan. GASPER HENC Soo Klah. aged :>0 pasaed away peacefully on -'".-5-63. Cor. trge will leave M, Langsat Road off ljorong ion. 104 Changi Road

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -•0 M,,rd, Sit Mm, mum i THE FAMILY OP late Madam Monk 4i <iiil thank relatives and friends for th.ir kind demotions, wreaths, loan of curs, condolences and attendance at tha fumral on 2S-6-63. MR. Jt MRS. Uob Henß Kee thank i relatives and frienda lur their condolences, wreaths,

IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM i» Mm*. $10 i Minimum I IN CHERISHED MEMORY of Arthur rradarteka, killed in tbe Otmn Railway Ditatier. Alwaya In our hearts. K\r, Dunuld and Marion. IN EVER LOVING Memory ot vnemu Simon Kelly departed 4-6-62. I Mitum Hicn Mint will be eung for tbe rei-ose of his

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS 7* H.irrfi <in (Mtmmumt TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN Ortt- <1 >atea annual dinner Kuala Ijimptir 10 innr Knr particular* Phone Baker I boro« I'li'Hi. EXCITINC NEW STYLES added 10 i MU Odette modal dress** from S5.00 Cute Dre»» Shopjx I- 1 Collycr Quay, ll I'uflnrrt Arrnde. Hlncxporel. GOOD AIR MAKES

RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT [ARTICLE]

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT 2* Worai* SIM fMin.) KNOW the BIBLE Better f*M •<>i<ly of Mark! Koaprl hy correipondrnce rwirw. \pi it to I'pward Path. PO Vox 90. K U

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Meeting in Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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Meeting in Tokyo Until President Soekarno 'shows his hand, it is difficult to know what to make of the Tokyo invitation which ilic j Tengku has accepted. It has all the signs of a friendlygesture, and consequently is n> sharp contrast to every recent official Indonesian statement on Malaya and

Too Vague [ARTICLE]

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Too Vague The shortage of graduate teachers has been a matter of concern from the time the educational expansion programme was launched in the first years of independence. There is only one final solution and everyone agrees that it lies in stepping up the output of graduates in general. So

Looking Ahead [ARTICLE]

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Looking Ahead The first efforts of the Singapore rainmakers have yielded only modest results. Several hours after the clouds were sprayed yesterday, a slight drizzle fell on a small part of the island- It has yet to .be established that the one was the cause of the other. There may

This arrogant, itormented, pitiful land [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This arrogant, i tormented, pitiful land JAMES CAMERON 'LIBERTY HAS GONE...JUSTICE IS BLINDED...THE RIGHTS OF MAN ARE OUT OF THE CONSTITUTION....' lAM tired of the silent, stony man dow n stairs in the lobby; he waits with endless Boer patience for me to do something rash or wrong, to slip

LETTERS

Manning the clinics [LETTER]

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Manning the clinics T REFER to your editorial x on Monday. May 27. The Amalgamated Union of Public Employees offered the services of Its members to the Minister on May 20. to man six clinics. On May 21 we were Invited to man four clinics namely. Paya Lebar. AUunled Road,

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Price of gula malaka also goes up [ARTICLE]

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Price of gula malaka also goes up KUALA LUMPUR, Thes Hundreds of kampong cake sellers have been affected by the increase in the price of locally produced gula malaka. the Associated Malay Chamber of Commerce said today. A kati of gula malaka is being sold at 70 cents almost double

Architect off to France [ARTICLE]

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Architect off to France KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Mr. Chow Siong Pcnfr. Municipal Architect of the Federal Capital commissioner's office, left by air for Prance on a six-month technical fellowship awarded by the French Government. He will study problems of planning and design of public housing a.s well as modern construction

National park ex-chief dies [ARTICLE]

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National park ex-chief dies IPOH. ruov Mr. Charles Synion Ogllvie. 67. late Superintendent of Klntr Georee V National Park. Pahang. died in Jelapantr. nrar here on Sunday. Formerly a planter and mining < ruineer. he joined the Game Department in 1938.

Priest moves [ARTICLE]

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Priest moves SUNGEI PATANI. Tues— Father 1.. Catel. from Talping. has been transferred to the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Ipoh.

TOP PRIZES TO MAS. BOYS [ARTICLE]

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TOP PRIZES TO MAS. BOYS PENANG, Tues— A pupil of the, Methodist Afternoon School. Ranjit Singh, won the first prize for boys In the Penang Rotary Club's! community safety poster competition for secondary schools. Second and third prizes went to; Ooh Chong Yeok, and IJm Chal Wang also of the

Sultan: Matter is closed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sultan: Matter is closed CONDITIONS CHANGED, HE SAYS AFTER MEETING WITH COUNCIL THE Sultan of Selangor received members of the State Executive Council in audience at the Istana Selangor in Clifford Read, Kuala Lumpur, yesterday to discuss the conditions imposed on his eight acres of land in Jalan Duta, which

TENGKU: POLITICIANS ARE CASHING IN ON RULER INCIDENTS [ARTICLE]

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TENGKU: POLITICIANS ARE CASHING IN ON RULER INCIDENTS I TNSCRUPULOUS po- liticians are trying to cash in on the recent incidents involving the Sultans of Perak and Selangor. Tengku Abdul Rahman said today. The Tengku, speaking in the House of Representatives, said the politicians were tryin? to discredit the Alliance

Study awards for two [ARTICLE]

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Study awards for two STNOAPORE. Tues. Two Sarawak students have been h warded Malaysian scholarships by the Singapore Government to study in the State. They are Mr. Samuel Tan Van Pheng. who tins already arnvea to study dentistry at the University of Singapore and Mr. Yee Mm Hin, who will

LOST $500 AT RACES BUT NOT ON HORSES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LOST $500 AT RACES BUT NOT ON HORSES KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. A man went to the races here on Sunday and lost S5O0 without placing a bet. Mr Ellis Turner, (above), on International Labour Organisation consultant to India, who is here attending the second Asian conference on Work for the

Robbed at door [ARTICLE]

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Robbed at door PENANO. Tues.— Pour masked MM held up a coffeeshop assistant. Khoo Boon Aun, at the door of his home In Krlan Road at 2.30 a.m. today and robbed him of $85. two pens and a watch.

Talk with Senators? Not us, says bank [ARTICLE]

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Talk with Senators? Not us, says bank SINGAPORE, Tuesday. THE Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Ltd. today denied that any of its executives had contacted or talked to two Senators from the Federation, as alleged in a statement by the political secretary to the Ministry of Culture. The allegation was In a

PLOT THAT CAUSED ALL THE TROUBLE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PLOT THAT CAUSED ALL THE TROUBLE THIS STRAITS TIMES plans shows the location of the Sultan's eight acres. The plot is on top of a 300 ft. hill and will command impressive views of the new Parliament building in the Lake Gardens. An access road is to be constructed from

Kill threat on doctor alleged [ARTICLE]

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Kill threat on doctor alleged KUALA LUMPUR, Tuea. A youth was charged In the First Magistrate's Court today with extorting $1,000 from Dr. Chong Yew Chong by threatening to kill him. Vong Fatt, 20. of Peel Road, was alleged to have committed the offence at Jalan Kampong Pudu at 3.20

Suit filed for $357,060 [ARTICLE]

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Suit filed for $357,060 SINGAPORE. Tues.— A writ ha« been filed in the High Court Registry on behalf of Bian Guan and Co. claiming $357,060 from British India General Insurance Co. under a marine Insurance policy. Bian Guan and Co. are making the claim in respect of certain cargo shipped

Centre opening [ARTICLE]

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Centre opening SINGAPORE. Tues.— The Minister for Culture. Mr. S. Rajaratnam. will open Kota Raja Community Centre at Sultan Oate on Sunday at 7 p.m.

Egg glut is over: Price up to 10 1/4 cents [ARTICLE]

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Egg glut is over: Price up to 1 0 1/4 cents IZUALA LUMPUR. Tues. —The egg glut in the Federation is over. This morning the poultry farmer's price of general grade egg was 10^ cents. It rose from 7J cents when the glut hit thousands of poultry farmers throughout the

Paintings show [ARTICLE]

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Paintings show SINGAPORE, Tues.— The Thai Consul-Genera 1, Mr. Yong Pholabun. will ODen an exhibition of paintings by five Thai arti^'s. Angkarn Kalynnapong. Uab Sanasen, Anand Panin. Picrmi Niran and Panom Suwannath at the National Library on Junr 6 at 5.30 p.m.

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Aziz accepts dare [ARTICLE]

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Aziz accepts dare EMVE hours after the Prime Minister's challenge Inche Azix came to the Press Room and said: "I'm accepting the challenge and I'm going to repeat, word for word what I said yesterday." He then produced a type-written statement and repeated his charges.

'Repeat your allegations outside' challenge to Inche Aziz [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Repeat your allegations outside' challenge to Inche Aziz Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, today challenged the former Minister of Agriculture, Inche Abdul Aziz bin Ishak, to repeat his charges of corruption in the Government outside Parliament. The Prime Minister was replying to allegations made in the House of Representatives yesterday

REBELLION EXHIBITS SOUGHT FOR MUSEUM [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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REBELLION EXHIBITS SOUGHT FOR MUSEUM KUCHING. Tiios— The Sarawak Museum is buildinr up a small collection of exhibits relevant to the recent .inn.-d revolt in Brunei and Sarawak. MHM in the collection inciudr weapons and arms used during the campaign and uniforms. The Curator. Mr. Tom Harrisson said recently tliat

Muslim pilgrims stop over [ARTICLE]

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Muslim pilgrims stop over KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Six Formosa n Chtne^e Muslims arrived herr by air today for a 10-day stopover on their way back from Mecca, where they attended the world Muslim congress. During their slay here they will be entertained by the All-Malaya Muslim Welfare Organisation

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SINGER JUNE IN A JAM: HER FANS ARE UPSET... [ARTICLE]

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SINGER JUNE IN A JAM: HER FANS ARE UPSET gINGAPORE. Tues. Singer June Mok is in a jam, and all because of a misunderstanding which got her quoted as saying thst European men had more sex appeal than Asians. This has upset her fans and June, too. Today she hastened

Anti-TB flag day [ARTICLE]

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Anti-TB flag day MALACCA. Tues The Malacca branch of the Malayan As•oclatlon for the Prevention of Tuberculosis will hold a flag day here on June 1.

16 students on joy ride in Friendship [ARTICLE]

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16 students on joy ride in Friendship SINGAPORE. Tues. Sixteen students were taken on a 40-minute joy ride over Sii.gapore and South Johore today on board Malayan Airways' new aircraft Fokker F-27 Friendship. Most of them were having iheir first taste of air travel. They were from English, Ma- lay,

New commander [ARTICLE]

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New commander KLUANG. Tues. Lieut-Col. M. J. A. Campbell has taken over duties as Garrison Commander. KJuang. in place of Lieut. -Col. L G. S. Thomas who haa returned to Britain.

$2,950 more for National Patriotic Fund [ARTICLE]

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$2,950 more for National Patriotic Fund KUALA LUMPUR, Tues.— The Malayan IndoCeylonese National Patriotic Fund Committee, Johore Bahru. today gave $2,950 to the National Patriotic Fund. The donation was from proceed! of "A night of Indian dances" staged by the committee in Johore Bahru. Another conation received by the Straits

Adams to be feted [ARTICLE]

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Adams to be feted KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Che retiring Chief Education Jfflcer, Selangor, Mr. B. H. O. Vclams. will De given a farewell linner by the National Union of leads of Schools at the Kum .*ng Restaurant here on Saturlay.

New dental clinic [ARTICLE]

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New dental clinic PEKAN, Tues. The Sultan of Pahang today opened a $78,000 riverine dental clinic, which will serve 40,000 rural people living near the Sungel Pahang

Murder charge: Seven say they were asleep [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Murder charge: Seven say they were asleep A LL the seven Tan brothers and cousins accused of the murder of a fisherman in Port Weld told the High Court here today that they were asleep in their homes when the fisherman, Goh Ah Kheok. was attacked. Tan Thlan Tiow. 19.

EXTRA SIX MONTHS FOR JAILBREAKER [ARTICLE]

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EXTRA SIX MONTHS FOR JAILBREAKER CINGAPORE, Tues. —I A prisoner from Outram jail, who was said to have a noto-| rious record, was jailed this afternoon for six months by a magistrate's court. Kasslm bin Hajl Salim, 28, was re- arrested at 9.25 a.m. today in a police raid led

Brockway protests on 'barbaric' detention conditions [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Brockway protests on 'barbaric' detention conditions SINGAPORE, Tuesday. FENNER BROCKWAY, British Labour M.P., said last night that Singapore political detainees had been held in "the most barbaric conditions" since their arrest more than three months ago. He was speaking to reporters at Singapore Airport before leaving for home With him

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SOME INDUSTRIALS AGAIN ADVANCE ON STEADY MART [ARTICLE]

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SOME INDUSTRIALS AGAIN ADVANCE ON STEADY MART From Our Market Correspondent rE industrial section of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday was patchy. (18 gains, 7 losses and 4 unchanged) with a fairly good turnover. There is not the least sign of this section of the market suffering any setback and

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock Indirrs May 27 May >S IrMtostrUh: 114.10 115.08 Tins: 114.88 115.28 S rubbers: 114.30 114.28 Dec 29. 1962 100

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE fOMBINED business in tne Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday, with' the number of the shares traded in brackets: INDUSTRIALS: BousUad (12,000) $1.67 ON, (2.000) $1.68, (3,000) 51. 70, (1,000) 51. 72, (3,000) $1.68. (8.000) 51. 71: C.T.S. ordo (1.000) 47*.

Straits tin price rallies: Rubber sharply easier [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price rallies: Rubber sharply easier THE price of Straits tin rallied by $1.25 per picul to $459.87 1 in Penang yesterday on an offering down 15 tons to 235 tons. In London on Monday tin 1 steadied and demand (or physical tin In the morning was quiet, trade

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES HINESE Prodi. c. Cionanto. Siniaday: Coconut oil: bulk $43* rellera. drum $4t>] MOan, Copra: Miy June UK Continent $27i bu>rrs. Peppor: MuntoK •Mkt 5145 nellers. Sarawak unite Sl42t nellera. special Sarawak black SloO sellers, garbled Lampong buck Slo2t sellers. ASTA fllo sellers. (ingapers Coconut Oil MUUri A»o--ciation prlsot:

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBO'TtNE. Tuei market, steadied with moves A about In balance. Sugar stocks dropped further today and Colonial Sugar was down Is. 6d to 645. 9c. Courtaulds moved further ahead •o 17s. gain of Is. 3d. over two days. Oils and base metals were barely .steady while loans continued

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lyric alongside the Singapore wharves today arr: .Wn^eM |-.r«nrt<T U/tt, As.lhl Mini. 4/ ■MM KamlkauH Mam 4.1. yamanaabl Mum 10/11. Sunda IS, Qlanroy St/lkV M.mdama 40/41, London Maru 31/32. Jonn L,yktx B 7. Bronxvillc 4/S, Oranje 1/2. Redlll N.W. 4. Tomenln 6A and Knyber 3a/:n Inner

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES lUNE tint Krade rubber buyers t.o.b. closed at S p.m. in Sinusport and Kuala Lumpur yrttarday nt 74 J certs pir Ih. down <>■ Thr tone was quiat. R.A.S. and F.M.R.E. cloting prleee In eentt per Ib. yesterdsy: Int. 1 R.B.S. prompt r.o.b. buyers 74 J, nrllen 74]

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES MAY 28. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 741 cents (down one cent). TIN: 5459.87 i (up J 1.25). Estimated unofficial offering 235 tuns (down 15 tons).

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS (OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS) Mil i n;i .unlha. 1 imnlopx K. ■linllwi eta. Kaao -i It CM Gammon Hume prefs. 1b Cl 3. S.D arhy *ri C. Motafji 4«d. J. Wau-h l.i tUi ft Tr.i.tion 1 I M. Brew 33 Ma. Shell 16 CU. M. Cement is rt».. steamnhip 7

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THC Malayan Exchange Bsn«V Aa»eciation iruiile HMM i riant,--* I" rates to inerehanm v^terday <«JI ratea to JlflO): N» V.rli: h.ivtnn TT 32 11/16. alrmail OI) *3 l.i IS. M <l '< 33 1/18 iniK :t3 3/18 tr»d<- Canada: buying TT S3 &/l«. alrmnl OI) H 7 W

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1 NOTICES I NOTICE OF REMOVAL. WONG KIN MEN Chartered Architect has removed his office to i No. 78 Pudu Road. 3rd Floor. Kuala Lumpur. NOTICE THIS is to notify the Public that Vlceut Ngo or otherwise known as Vicent Ngo Kirn Leong has never been under our employment. Therefore

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NOTICES 1 I THE SINGAPORE HARBOUR BOARD TRAFFIC DtPARTMt. T NATIONAL DAI 3 JUNE 1963 NOTICE \Z HEREBY OIVEN i iliat Uie wiiarves The Singapore Harbour Board will be closed on National Day Monday. 3 June 1963. On that day no vessels will be worked and no cargo will be

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS SEKOLAH PELAJARAN LANJUTAN. PONTIAN VACANCY FOR THE POST OF CLERK APPUCATIONS are Invited from Jobor State Nationals for the post of School Clerk. Appli- j cants must have attained their 17th 1 but not 23rd birthday and must have passed the School Certificate i Examinations. However, candidates passing

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENT I APPLICATION 3 are invited from MALAYANS for the post of Staff Surveyor in a well establish- ed finance corporation. Applicants must:— 1) be Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors qualified in either the building or valuation section. 2) be prepared to work in Singapore and

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SOLE AUSTRALIAN IMPORTERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN HEARING AIDS AND ASSOCIATED LINES ARE SEEKING AN AGENT IN SINGAPORE This is on opportunity for the right mon or organisation to obtain the sole agency in Singopore for a ronge which includes 1$ different hearing aid models, portable and clinical audimeters,

TIMESPORT 1

PI to invite cyclists to the Tour of Luzon [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PI to invite cyclists to the Tour of Luzon FRANCIS BOEY By Kuala Lumpur, Tuesday. participating nations in the Asian cycling championships here on June 2-& will be invited by the Philippines to the 14-day Tour of Luzon event next February. Geruncio Lacuesta. leader of the Philippines team for the

Singapore Services on 'Beat Forces' mission [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Services on 'Beat Forces' mission TEOH ENG TATT SOCCER By SINGAPORE. Tues. Singapore Joint Services will leave for Kuala Lumpur on Friday on a "Beat-Armed-Porces" operation in the Malaya Cup competition at Merdeka Stadium on Sunday. A Services official gave the reason why the team will leave two days

NEWCOMER TUFFIN IN SINGAPORE LINE-UP [ARTICLE]

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NEWCOMER TUFFIN IN SINGAPORE LINE-UP CINOAPORE. Tues. David Tuflln. a newcomer to Singapore cricket, will make his debut for Singapore against Jol.ore n> the Malayan Cricket Association League match on Saturday and Sunday a; Balestier Road. SCA president Carl Schuoert who is also chief selector, sair 1 that Tuffln was

Coaching drive [ARTICLE]

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Coaching drive SINGAPORE. Tues. The Singapore AAA coachl\ g com- 1 mlttee will make a concentrated 1 drive this season to woo schoolboys' to athletics. The drive will start with an! Intensive four-day training session.' from June 17 to June 21. at thei Farrer Park athletic centre to prepare the

MATCH AT P.D. [ARTICLE]

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MATCH AT P.D. MALACCA. Tues. Malacca will travel to Port Dick.son for their MCA League match against Negri Sembilan this weekend. CRICKET

Peng Soon says: I'm awaiting BAM offer [ARTICLE]

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Peng Soon says: I'm awaiting BAM offer BADMINTON SINGAPORE. Tued—Professional badminton coach Wonit Peng Soon does not agree wiih the BAM that he must state the terms he wants to become national coach. Feng Soon .said tcday "As a Malayan. I have offered my services, if required, first of all

RECORD ENTRY [ARTICLE]

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RECORD ENTRY SINGAPORE 1 r The Singapore Amateur Weiahtlilting Federation's Mr. Singapore 1963 contests on June 2 has attracted a record number of 40 entries lo be held on Day.

Ken (110) defies W.I. pace men [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ken (110) defies W.I. pace men LONDON, Tuesday. t^NGLAND batsman Ken Barrington stood almost alone for Surrey against the West Indian touring team on the second day of the match at the Oval yesterday, hitting an unbeaten Ho out of their first innings of 195 Barrington 's stay of four

Ramadhin asked to join tourists [ARTICLE]

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Ramadhin asked to join tourists T ONDON. Tues.— Berklr> Oa» kin, the manager ol (ha West Indian crirkrt tourists in KneLmd. has strongly suggested to his Board of Control that Sonny Ramadhin be added to the party as a replacement after a crop of injuries that has hit thr tourists.

OLDHAM 15-5 [ARTICLE]

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OLDHAM 15-5 LONDON. Tues. Results ol iugby League matches played last light: Dlv. 1 Hull 5 Oldham 15; 3t. Helen's 16 Hull Kingston 15 Worklngton 10 Wakefield 18. iteuter.

WEIGHTLIFTING MEET AT IPOH POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHTLIFTING MEET AT IPOH POSTPONED TPOH. Tues. The Mr. Malaya contest -and the Perak open weiglr.llfUng championships srhe- duled for June 22 at the Jubilee Park here, have been postponed to July 20. Poong Chun Khaw. secretary of the organisinß committee said thai the postponement was due to changing the

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SPORTS DIARY SOCtKß— S'gor Uiv. 2: SI A v Dm i Taylor Rd>: VOC v Eura- .Mans tK B;thru>; Uiv. 3: S'gor Club v Bui.L'^ii- Indians (XL Pudangi; Mbvir v SCRC (Sentul FHV). Ipoh' Uiv. I: Ramblers v Municipality (Coronation, crd 1 Uiv. 3: PCRC v Ki".;it (PCRC grd); Cheng

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SOCCtK I poll Uiv. 1: Shaw Bros 1 PCRC 0: Uiv. 2: PWD 7 Field Force 1: Uiv. 3: PTC 4 PIB 1. Penang Uiv. 2: RAAF 4 Butterivorth Rangers 2. Taiping League: Thenavan 5 Police 1. K. Muda League: Wanderers 2 ChmcM 0 TKXXIS Penang Chinese XC championship: Heap

TIMESPORT 2 [ARTICLE]

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TIMESPORT 2 THE 'LOUISVILLE LIP' PREDICTS AGAIN-

MARK CASTANO AS A 'MUST FOLLOW [ARTICLE]

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MARK CASTANO AS A 'MUST FOLLOW OINdAPORE, Tues. Castano. a goodlooking three-year-old chestnut by Aldershot, has made further progress since scoring; a double in Class 4 at Bukit Timah last month. Mark him down as a "must follow" at the forthcoming meeting here. Castano has been sold. He is now

Weights for 5 races on 2nd day of June meet [ARTICLE]

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Weights for 5 races on 2nd day of June meet SINGAPORE. Tues. Weights for five of the eight races on the second day (June 5) of the June meeting at Bukit Timah. CLASS 2, UIV. I— «F Skilton 9.00 Hone) Ber II 8.13 Woodcote Lady 8.1 1 Kerrydule 8.12 j

Box Office 111 is a smart one [ARTICLE]

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Box Office 111 is a smart one AMONG the newcomers entered for the June Meet- Ing which begins at Bukit Timah on Sunday are .several Irish and English-bred horses who came via the Panama Canal— a sea trip of nearly 18.000 miles early this year. 1 SINGAPORE. Tues. Box Office

STIPE'S REPORT [ARTICLE]

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STIPE'S REPORT KUALA LUMPUR. Tues.The MRA Stipendiary Steward's report on Sutday's races here: RACE I Id the straight Kogerthorpe had to bo checked off the heeU of Distinguished Gem.. RACE 2 Near the half-mile. Part Passu had to be checked off the heels of Topea. who made the turn awkwardly.

'Five rounds for Cooper' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Five rounds for Cooper' Epsom Jeep RACING by I ONDON. Tues. Cassius Clay, poetphilosopher and prospective world heavyweight boxing champion, walked oft* an aircraft at London airport yesterday morning with five fingers extended. Five fingers for five rounds. That's the time (lay predicts it will take him to knockout British

LEMA'S TITLE [ARTICLE]

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LEMA'S TITLE MEMPHIS. Tuts. Tony Lema won the $150,000 Memphis Open golf tournament here yesterday after a play-off against Tommy Aaron. Both of them had a 72-hole score of 270. In the play-off Lema shot a par four in the first hole while Aaron had a one over par. Reuter

GRANT LOSES [ARTICLE]

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GRANT LOSES CARACAS Tues. Bunny Orant Jamaica i. British Empire lightweight boxing champion. m beaten in two rounds by Venezuelan Carlo. Hernandez here la.st night. Orant -.vas saved by the bell in the second round and failed to come out for the third.— Reuter.

INGO CONFIRMS [ARTICLE]

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INGO CONFIRMS STOCKHOLM, Tue«. Ingemar Johansson (Sweden), former world heavyweight champion, confirmed on Swedish television last night that he had decided to retir* from boxing. Reuter.

ENGLAND LOSE [ARTICLE]

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ENGLAND LOSE NAPIER. (New Zealand). Tues. England were trounced 20-5 by Hawkcs Bay in their Rugby Union match here yesterday.

BIRMINGHAM WIN LEAGUE CUP [ARTICLE]

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BIRMINGHAM WIN LEAGUE CUP SOCCER ONDON, Tues. Birmingham MJ City won the Football League Cup when they held Aston Villa to a scoreless draw in the second leg match of the final last night. They had won the first leu match at home 3-1. Both sides attacked strongly In the

SGA pick ten for intensive training [ARTICLE]

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SGA pick ten for intensive training GOLF SINGAPORE. Tues. The Singapore Golf Association today named ten players for intensive training in preparation for the third South-East Asia golf competition for the Putra Cup at Kuala Lumpur from July 22 to 27, writes Lim Kee Than. The ten Dlayers are Wong

26 runners in the Derby [ARTICLE]

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26 runners in the Derby LONDON, Tues.— At the final forfeit stuKe today Coffre Fort and Nil Desperaadum 111 were taken out of the Derby to be run over 12f at Epsom tomorrow, leaving 26 declared runners. At last night's callovrr, Relko remained firm favourite at 4-1 and Corpora second

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Butfft tin tint/ lit/ Htstph UftmttnHl m> "S./ be sack m bm: cv i lbave it J sr i ia,ii^ /s=^ »e^ c irrs ARE YERNEI6U BOW Jt IN. A I -*<■ OVJJN |V~ ffr/^r^\ UT^ lfV>\\

'Thank you' vote for King is approved [ARTICLE]

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'Thank you' vote for King is approved THE House of Re- preservatives tonight said "thank you" to the Yang diPertuan Agong for his Speech from the Throne when he opened Parliament last Wednesday. Towards the end of today's session third day of the debate the Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul

'OPPOSE MALAYSIA' APPEAL TO LABOUE [ARTICLE]

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'OPPOSE MALAYSIA' APPEAL TO LABOUE SINGAPORE. Tuesday. fHE Barisan Sosialis and the Singapore Party 1 Rakyat have appealed to the British Labour Party to "support the wishes of the majority of the people in this region" and oppose Malaysia! I now. In a joint mcmorai.dum to 1 the three-man Labour

Raid: Police appeal [ARTICLE]

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Raid: Police appeal JUIIOKK BAUKI Tins. Police here today made an appeal to anyone who might be able to assist them in the recent raid on the Majidee camp armoury in Jalan Kota TinKi. I In- polirr havr at promt only tw<> clurs to work on a two-foot lon* wirr-cuttrr

Washout at; The Oval [ARTICLE]

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Washout at The Oval LONDON. Tues. The match between Surrey and West Indian tourists was abandoned as a draw i without a ball being bouled today because of rnin. Srorrs: WeM Indians 1!»1 and M 5-1. Surrey 195. Results m other matches were: i At Stroud: Oloucs bt Leics by

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MESSRS GUTHRIE AGENCY lM« I«>h) LM innii'in, i 1 on SSrtl M iin.ni. Mr T O Ifnkinn !u- C< bar* of thr Sl:i(t *M to >\i great aorruu ,in>l profonmi nymiwth)witt, Mn J.nkin.o .<nd hci

SOEKARNO STAYS ON IN THE IMPERIAL HOTEL [ARTICLE]

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SOEKARNO STAYS ON IN THE IMPERIAL HOTEL TOKYO. Tues. President Soekarno is staying at the Imperial Hotel although its management requested its guests yesterday to move to other hotels be- ■au.se of an outbreak of dysentery among its employees. The manager. Mr. Hisao Yamano. today quoted the Indonesian President as

Duty up in Sarawak to meet Emergency costs [ARTICLE]

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Duty up in Sarawak to meet Emergency costs From GEOFFREY GELDARD JZUCHING, Tues. Beer, whisky, i brandy, petrol and oil are among a wide range of items on which duty was increased in Sarawak from today to help pay the costs of the emergency and pay increases for Government servants.

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Tues. The recent; unsettled conditions in stock markets became more pronounced today and widespread, but usually mouest. losses were recorded in most sections. Selling was small but persistent and there were very few buyers about. Political uncertainty and the! current labour troubles In the motor industry appeared

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON, Tuei. Spot 229/16 d.. July 22 9/16 d., Aug. 22 Sd.. Sept. 22>ad., July/Sept. 22 9/16 d. f Oct./ Dec. 22',d.. Jan./ Mar. 22 'id.. Apr June 22 7/16 d. July/Sept. 22 7/16 d.. Oct./ Dec. 22 7/16 d.. c.i.f. June 22 l/16d. July 22 l/16d.. Aug. 22',d.

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON, Tues—Buyers £907';. sellers £908*2, Forward buyers £907' 2. sellers £908 > a. settlement £909. Turnover a.m. 125 tons, p.m. 85 tons. Tone: Steady.

GIRL AGED 6 KIDNAPPED [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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GIRL AGED 6 KIDNAPPED VLANG, Tues.— A six-year-old girl. Foo Yoke Yin, was kidnapped by a middle-aged Chinese woman yesterday behind the Regal Theatre here. Her father, Foo Tbean Kiat. a woodcutter, said today that his wife was out working as a washerwoman when their daughter was kidnapped. He said

Buddhists give Diem ultimatum [ARTICLE]

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Buddhists give Diem ultimatum SAIGON. Tues. South Vietnam's religious crisis today threatened to flare up again as Buddhist leaders delivered a 48--hour ultimatum to the Government. They declared that if their demands u,r redress of alleged religious discrimination are not met by Thursday, they will stage a two-day hunger strike.

Call for Maladi [ARTICLE]

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Call for Maladi JAKARTA, Tues. Indonesia^ Minister of Sport. Mr. Maladl. la due to leave here tomorrow morning for Tokyo In answer to a summons from President Soekarno, Radio Jakarta said today— Reuter.

MAN WHO BOMBED WORKER' [ARTICLE]

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MAN WHO BOMBED WORKER' I ONDON. Tues. A man who, the police 1 said, admitted he exploded a bomb in front of the Communist Party newspaper, the Daily Worker, was charged in i court here today. The electrlcaily-detonated i bomb smashed windows on j both sides of the street. Shop

Singapore hold the Germans to 2-0 [ARTICLE]

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Singapore hold the Germans to 2-0 BACK PAGE SPORT SINGAPORE. Tues The Singapore Slate team today earned the cheers of 9.000 fans when they play e a b great tame to hold the power 111] West German soccer team. Karlsruher fv. to i 2-U margin. The Oi red both their

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UIOHEST and lowest tempera- tures in Malaya and Singapore for the i>eriod 8 p.m on Monday to 8 p.m. yesterday. lluhr-a I.li Mist Kuala Lumpur 75 Kota Bharu II 79 Penany 91 77 Ipoh 75 Malaiiu ill 75 Singapore 91 79