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The Straits Times, 30 May 1963

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 100.000 The Straits Times Estd. 1845 THURSDAY. MAY 30. 1963 15 CENTS

SOEKARNO's 'TERMS' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SOEKARNO's 'TERMS' 'Feelers' for the Tokyo summit NO OBJECTION TO MALAYSIA IF IT WILL STA V OUT OF COMMONWEALTH AND TENGKU PLEDGES BORNEO REFERENDUM TOKYO, Wednesday PRESIDENT SOEKARNO is willing to drop his opposition to Malaysia on "certain conditions." One condition, a well-in-formed source said, would be that the new

The first case of cholera in Selangor [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The first case of cholera in Selangor KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. gELANGOR'S iirst case of cholera— on Indian woman from Bukit Kiara Estate, six miles north of the capital is Ikmii^ treated in the General Hospital here. On receiving the report this afternoon, the authorities sent a medical team immediately to

Kennedy's man and Soekarno discuss oil deal [ARTICLE]

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Kennedy's man and Soekarno discuss oil deal TOKYO. Wed.— Lieut.Governor Wilson I Wyatt of Kentucky, President Kennedy's special envoy, said In ;i statement here today that he and two other American officials paid their res- pec t s to President Soekarno and had •cordial and useful talks." The meeting, at

More Reds arms for Jakarta [ARTICLE]

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More Reds arms for Jakarta JAKARTA. Wed. An Indonesian military mission would lciive for Moscow on Friday to sign a new arms agreement with Russia on the "modernisation" of the Indonesian aimed forces, Radio Jakarta said today. Tine radio said the mission would be led by the Deputy Defence Mlnistei.

Natural or not, it j really did: rain [ARTICLE]

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Natural or not, it j really did rain- SINGAPORE. Wed. •3 Rain fell in Singapore today and •flooded" Times House with telephone calls from people wanting to know: "Is it natural or artificial?" i A spokesman for the Public Utilities Board said there was no attempt to make artificial rain

Common market [ARTICLE]

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Common market ACCORD BREAKS DEADLOCK IN FINANCIAL TALKS KUALA LUMPUR Wednesday. MALAYA and Singapore today agreed in principle to set up a common market in Malaysia. "This," a joint statement by the two governments said, "will pave the way for a settlement on the financial arrangements between Malaya and Singapore."

Singapore Alliance [ARTICLE]

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Singapore Alliance SINGAPORE. Wed. The Umno-MCA-MIC Alliance In Singapore lias been registered, a joint statement by the three parties said tonight. It said the Singapore Alliance would form part of the Grand Alliance covering the Malaysian territories.

Relko wins the Epsom Derby [ARTICLE]

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Relko wins the Epsom Derby EPSOM, Wed. Relko. 5-1 favourite, won the Derby here this afternoon by six lengths. Merchant Venture (18-1) finished second and Ragusa (25-1) third. Twenty six horses ran Reuter. (See Back Pair)

Hail Jack... [ARTICLE]

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Hail Jack... ADDIS ABABA. Wed— Emperor Haile Selassie last night praised President Kennedy's efforts to combat racial discrimination and said he would visit the President In Washington late this year. UPI.

Good example... [ARTICLE]

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Good example... UNITED NATIONS, Wed.—Japan informed the United Nations today she was prepared to double her financial contribution this year to the organisation's peace-keeping costs. Reuter

'Courting' trophies [ARTICLE]

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'Courting' trophies MANILA. Wed.—Philippine headhunters beheaded two girls and a young man out on a picnic in the mountains of northern Luzon yesterday, police reported today Four other picnickers survived by hiding in the thick bushes along a creek when the headhunters started firing their guns. The headhunters belonged to

APPEAL FOR LAOS TRUCE [ARTICLE]

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APPEAL FOR LAOS TRUCE LONDON. Wed. Britain and the Soviet Union today jointly issued an appeal for an effective ceasefire in Laos. They did this in a Joint message sent to «he neutralist Prime Minister of Laos. Prince Souvanna Phouma. The message was from the co-chairmen of the 1962 Geneva

The human sacrifice [ARTICLE]

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The human sacrifice SAIGON, Wed. South Vietnamese Buddhists today announced plans for a 48-hour hunger strike against alleged religious discrimination. They added that the> may reveal tomorrow the name of a Buddhist who would sacrifice himself by public burning in support of demands for religious equality.— Reuter.

The longest day not theirs... [ARTICLE]

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The longest day not theirs... NEW YORK, Wed.— Mr. Darryl Zanuclc. president of 20th Century Fox Film Corporation, said here that the organisers of the Moscow film festival had turned down his film "The Longest Day" about the Allied D-day invasion of France. He said the refusal was based on

POPE: A good night [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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POPE: A good night He has heart like a horse, says Vatican VATICAN CITY. Wed. Pope John, gravely ill with a stomach tumour, today showed "a new improvement In his general condition." it was announced here. Vatican sources said he had "a heart like a horse" and he mi^ht be

Water goes on ration in Seremban [ARTICLE]

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Water goes on ration in Seremban SEREMBA.N. \V cd. Water rationing will begin in Seremban tomorrow, it was announced today. The supply will be rut from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. daily until the water position improves. The Negri Sembilan State water engineer, Mr. Ho Thian Hock, warned that additional

Kennedy is 46 [ARTICLE]

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Kennedy is 46 WASHINGTON. Wed.— President Kennedy was 46 today— Reuter

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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Young 10ve... [ARTICLE]

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Young 10ve THE HAGUE. Wed Hollands 13 to 17-year-old unmarried mothers lncrewed by 63 per cent In the last 10 years. Mr. W Van Wijaarden, Rotterdam Police Commissioner, told a women's association meeting. He did not give precbe figures.— Reuter.

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Diem's air force claims a big victory [ARTICLE]

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Diem's air force claims a big victory CAIGON, Wed. South Vietnamese pilots today claimed they killed 60 Communist guerillas in air strikes launched on Monday in Chuong Thien Province, about 110 miles south-west of Saigon. American military sources .--aid the claim "looks good" and that conlirmation was awaited from United

FEUDING FAMILIES SHOOT IT OUT: THREE KILLED [ARTICLE]

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FEUDING FAMILIES SHOOT IT OUT: THREE KILLED MANILA. Wed. —Three people were killed and two seriously hurt when two feuding families shot it out last night in Silay City. The feud was between the Carillo family, who were fish i mercnams. and the Deoneo family, who were butchers, both owning

JUBILANT J0M0... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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JUBILANT J0M0. TOM MBOYA (left) and Jomo Kenya tt a, former leader of the Mau Mau terrorists, jubilant after hearing the news of their party's victory in the Kenya general elections. U.P.I, radio picture.

Indonesian importers face a new money squeeze [ARTICLE]

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Indonesian importers face a new money squeeze JAKARTA. Wed. Indonesian importers will soon have to pay up to five different levies on a range of commodities the Government has yet to specify. They will have to pay much more than the official exchange rate to secure foreign currency, according to

Karachi-Kabul ties to resume [ARTICLE]

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Karachi-Kabul ties to resume TEHERAN. Wed. Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to resume diplomatic relations, broken off in 1961 over a bord'T and trade dispute, it was an- nounced here yesterday. Ministers of the two countries negotiated the agreement through the mediation of the Persian Foreign Minister. Mr. Gholam Abbas

NORTH VIETNAM PULLS OUT LAOS EXPERTS [ARTICLE]

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NORTH VIETNAM PULLS OUT LAOS EXPERTS VIENTIANE. Wed. North Vietnam has told Laos that it is withdrawing a number of experts from Yang Vieng, 80 miles north of here. A communique issued by the North Vietnamese Embassy said its government was withdrawing 11 technicians "because of the troubled situation in

AN APPEAL TO FORGET PAST HATREDS [ARTICLE]

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AN APPEAL TO FORGET PAST HATREDS VAIROBI. Wed. Mr. Jomo Kenyatta, Kenya's first Prime Minister designate, yesterday appealed to all races to build together in unity and called for past racial hatred to be forgotten. Mr. Kcnyatta. once convicted of managing the anti-white secret society Mau Mau and now president

Copper town in new Katanga province [ARTICLE]

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Copper town in new Katanga province LEOPOLDVILLE, Wednesday. THE Congolese Senate yesterday voted in favour of a bill which will slice President Moise Tshombe's South Katanga in two and create a new province named Lualaba. None of President Tshombes Conakat Senators voted against the measure although political observers agree the

NEW INDIAN PROTEST TO PEKING [ARTICLE]

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NEW INDIAN PROTEST TO PEKING NEW DELHI, Wed.—lndia has protested to Communist China against an "unwarranted violation" of Indian territory by 20 blue uniformed Communist Chinese who, she said, had penetrated south of Longju on the North -East Frontier on April 26. An Indian note said this exposed the hollowness

Pressman tield [ARTICLE]

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Pressman tield TAIPEH. Wed. Nationanst China authorities have arrested Albert Yuan. Agence Prance PrPwr correspondent here, on charges of espionage. Reuter.

Statisticians meet [ARTICLE]

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Statisticians meet BANGKOK. Wed. The fifth oMference or Asian has oDened here. Renter.

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A TOP RED GETS THE SACK FOR SEX ORGIES [ARTICLE]

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A TOP RED GETS THE SACK FOR SEX ORGIES MOSCOW, Wednesday. •pHE First Deputy Minister, Dmitry D. I Korolyev, of Russia's Ministry of Trade, has been dismissed on charges of corruption and participation in sexual orgies. The newspaper Soviet Trade, which disclosed the dismissal, also reported the arrest of another

Surgeon ordered to be struck off register [ARTICLE]

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Surgeon ordered to be struck off register I ONDON, Wed. A sureeon who said! he had been righting cancer for the benefit of mankind was today, ordered to be struck off the British medical i register. He is Mr. Henry Augustus Morton Whitby, who claims he evolved a method of

Ship magnate dies at 72 [ARTICLE]

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Ship magnate dies at 72 LAUSANNE. Wed Stavros Livanas. the Greek shippmc; mag- > Date, died here, aged 72 His fleet was rivalled in Greece only by those of his sons-in-law. S'.avros Niarchos and Aristotle Onassis.— .U.P.l.

17-nation talks [ARTICLE]

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17-nation talks MANILA. Wed. Siv\ women frmn 17 MuntrtM will open a two■Nk eonveiuion sponsored by the United siates on the role of wo- nun in rural development here tomorrow. L' P.l.* A scandal Mr. Wilson, announcing the Labour education policy for the next general election, said: "This country will

Test rockets launched [ARTICLE]

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Test rockets launched MOSCOW. Wed. Russia has carried oui successful launchings of Improved carrier rockets for space purposes in the central Pacific, the Soviet official news agency Tass said today. The test launching were carried out over a nuiee ot more than 12.000 kilometre.-.. Reuter.

Jap loan to India [ARTICLE]

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Jap loan to India TpKYO. Wed. The Japanese Ministry of Trade said today the Government had decided to grant India a loan In yen worth (U.S.) $60 million. Reuter.

69 walk ' out of a crashed plane—' [ARTICLE]

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69 walk out of a crashed plane MANHATTAN (Kan- sas), Wed. A four- engine Standard Airways troop carrier crashed and burst into flames yesterday at the municipal airport here. The 64 soldiers and five crew walked from the wreck- age. Five people were Injured, none critically. The army identified three

UN observers for Yemen [ARTICLE]

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UN observers for Yemen UNITED NATIONS. Wed. U Thunt. the Secretary-General, an- 1 I nounced yesterday that he propos- I ed to send an advance party for I a U.N. observer operation to the j Yemen "within a few days." j In a re:x>rt to ilie Security Council, lie .snoke

FREE EDUCATION IN VARSITIES PLEDGE [ARTICLE]

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FREE EDUCATION IN VARSITIES PLEDGE LONDON, Wednesday. Y|R. HAROLD WILSON, the Labour Opposition iT leader, said last night his party would abolish fee-paying in British universities. Labour's policy would be to 1 educe all classes to 30 in primary and secondary schools, to see that the school leaving age was

Zafrulla Khan for Russia [ARTICLE]

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Zafrulla Khan for Russia UNITED NATIONS. Wed. Mr. Mohamcti Fafrullah Khun, president of the TJ.N. General Assembly and chief Pakistani delegate, will leave New York on June 4 for a two-week goodwill tour of ihe Soviet Union, it was announced here today. A Pakistan mission spokesman said Mr. Zafnilla Khan

Editor's wife found dead in flat [ARTICLE]

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Editor's wife found dead in flat NEW YOKK. Wed.— Mrs. Rita Bales, wife of Mr. Julian Bates, editor for North American services of Reuters, was found dead in her flat here last night. Mrs. Bates, who was 37, was formerly employed in the Public Relations Department of Pan-American World Airways.

Military talks [ARTICLE]

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Military talks LONDON. Wed. Admiral Claude Ricketus. of the United States, is to come to London on June 4 to discuss military aspects of the proposed Nato multi-lateral (mixed-manned' forei 1 Lord Currtneton. First Lord of the Admiralty, said in the House of Lords, yesterday. Reuter

Newsman held [ARTICLE]

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Newsman held CAIRO. Wed. The official Middle East News Agency reported last ninht Uiai its correspondent in Damascus. Samir El Agouz, had bee-, arrested by Syrian authorities. No reason was given for the arrest .--Renter The idea ot a mulri- lateral mixed-manned Nato naval force ii utter and compltte poppjeock.

| Quick look round [ARTICLE]

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Quick look round MOSCOW. Wed.— Mr. Nikita Khrushchev has repeated Russia's support lor an atom-free zone in the Balkans and Adriatic, saying that measures to ensure peace in this area "are particularly pressing now." CHICAGO: A record total of 11,630 people died in traffic accidents in the United States in

Roof tumbles down on a rail station: 50 killed [ARTICLE]

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Roof tumbles down on a rail station: 50 killed LISBON, Wednesday. A CONCRETE roof crashed down on a crowded platform at a Lisbon railway station yesterday killing at least 50 people and injuring 38. Arc lights flooded the scene of the disaster last night as 300 rescuers tore at the

Too big for his job [ARTICLE]

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Too big for his job LONDON. Wed. Douglas Gllham lest his appointment as Mayor's sergeant m New Romney because he outgrew the 25-year-old black and gold uniform. The Mayor. Mr. James Ellis, apologised and said: "We are not as rich as we used to be in the days when we

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Itl IMMIGRANT PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO CHEAT CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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Itl IMMIGRANT PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO CHEAT CHARGE- SINGAPORE, Wed. An immigrant from Indonesia set up an office in Singapore and swindled a local stationer of $6,758 worth of goods, the Third Criminal District Court was told today. Koo Kho Chiong 30. pleaded not guilty to a charge of cheating

'Excessive,' says judge [ARTICLE]

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'Excessive,' says judge SINGAPORE. Wed. The Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Wee Chong Jin. today set aside a sentence of six months' jail and imposed a fine ot $200 on a youth. Suialman son of Kuriya Abdullah, for having sexual relations with a girl under 16. an offence under the Women's

Board 'misleading,' labour court told [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Board 'misleading,' labour court told SINGAPORE, Tues. Mr. D. Gopalakrishnan, representing the Public Daily-Rated Employees' Unions Federation, described as "misleading" a Housing and Development Board's submission to the Industrial Arbitration Court. The board ha.a said that lf it were to give regular work to its daily-rated employees. It would cost

TEMPLE PRAYS FOR RAIN [ARTICLE]

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TEMPLE PRAYS FOR RAIN SINGAPORE, Wed. The Chettiars' Temple in Tank Road is holding daily prayers for rain. Special devotional hymns from the Hindu Holy Book are being read for two hours beginning from 6 p.m. The Hindu public are asked to attend.

AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES [ARTICLE]

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AIR ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES »T«HE following is today's sche- dule of civil aircraft, movements at Pay a Lebar airport, Singapore: ARRIVALS BO AC: From London, Frankfurt, Zurich, Beirut, Karachi, Calcutta (BA 700) 5.55 a.m.; from Melbourne, Sydney. Darwin, Jakarta (BA 711) 9.05 p.m. Qantas: From London, Rome, Cairo. Karachi, New

Red Cross flag day: Appeal to the public [ARTICLE]

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Red Cross flag day: Appeal to the public SINGAPORE. Wed— The Singapore Red Cross Society will hold m flag day on June 8 to raise funds to carry out Its activities and to finance an extra project to mark the centenary year of the Interi national Red Cross Society. The

Change building law to protect public: Sreeni [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Change building law to protect public: Sreeni SINGAPORE Wednesday. YuT-(.'lumcellor of the University of Singapore, Dr. B. R. Sreenivasan, tonight suggested thai the Architect's Ordinance should he amended to protect the public and not the profession. Speaking at the annual dinner of the Singapore Institute of Architects, Dr. Sreenivasan said

ROWDIES AT A MEET CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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ROWDIES AT A MEET CHARGE SINGAPORE. Wed. The president of the Naval Base Labour Union. Mr. James I)e Cruz, today accused some expelled members of bringing "rowdies and non-union members" to a representatives' nu-et-ine last night to c-reate ;in uproar. Mr. De Cruz said that there was so much disturbance,

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Katie and I [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Katie and I KEN PURDY PART FOUR OF THE STORY by STIRLING MOSS TALKING- The irony of it was that I needed her— and badly A STIRLING MOSS md Katharine Molson were married on October 7. 1957. Earlier this month, after more lhan three years of separation, Moss was granted

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Charges by MPs: 'No comment' says Gusti [ARTICLE]

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Charges by MPs: 'No comment' says Gusti SINGAPORE. Wed. The Indonesian Ambassador to Malaya, Lieut-Gen. Gusti Djatikusumo, flew in from .hikarta today and declined to comment on charges by Alliance backbenchers in the Federal Parliament that he was spreading! "unhappy propaganda."! He said: "lx\ a free country t hey can

Man gives up after escape [ARTICLE]

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Man gives up after escape aUNOEI PATANI. Wed. omar bin Bakur. 22. who escaped Irom custody on Monday morning, Mirrrndered to the police here yes•rrday afternoon, accompanied by hh relatives from Sungel Paslr. I H' is on remand on a robbery I r 1 1

Jack the Ripper' [ARTICLE]

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Jack the Ripper' IPOH. Wed— A charity screen- I ln« of the film "Jack the Ripper" will be held at the Rex Cinema lirre on Saturday In aid of the Jl>oh District Boy Scouts Association

Dance for P-Fund! [ARTICLE]

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Dance for P-Fund SEREMBAN. Wed.— The Neirri Si-mbllan branch of the Malayan Twhnical Services Union will hold a charity dance in aid of the' National Patriotic Fund at the; Klnu George V School hall here on Saturday.

WE MUST MEET ANY THREAT, WHATEVER THE COST' [ARTICLE]

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WE MUST MEET ANY THREAT, WHATEVER THE COST' KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Tun Abdul Razak warned in the House of Representatives today of "eventualities we must meet ourselves." He was replying to Opposition criticism of the expansion of the armed forces when the House debated the spending of 575.172.733 for this.

Approval for Malaysia build-up [ARTICLE]

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Approval for Malaysia build-up RAZAK GETS 'YES' FOR PHASE 1 OF DEFENCE BLUEPRINT Kuala Lumpur, Wed THE House of Representatives today approved a $75 million blueprint for the first phase of the Malaysia defence build-up. According to the Defence Minister Tun Abdul Razak the main projects involved in the build-up

FREE MILK FOR BABIES OF THESE -WORKERS [ARTICLE]

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FREE MILK FOR BABIES OF THESE -WORKERS- SINGAPORE. Wed. An agreement which provides for one year's free supply of milk to new-born babies of employees has been signed here. The two-year agreement for higher wages and improved conditions of service is between Nestles Products (Malaya) Ltd., Singapore, and the Singapore

$27,000 damages to widow [ARTICLE]

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$27,000 damages to widow MALACCA. Wed. Settlement of $27,000 in civil claim by the widow and six children of a sundry goods shopkeeper who was killed in a motor accident was approved in the High Court here today by Mr. Justice Ismail Khan. Lim Geok Hue. widow of Yau Cheng

INTERFERED WITH THREE GIRLS: JAILED 3 WEEKS [ARTICLE]

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INTERFERED WITH THREE GIRLS: JAILED 3 WEEKS SINGAPORE. Wed. Krishnasamy Slnaya. 52. a cleaner employed at British Army headquarters at Tanglln, was jailed for three weeks yesterday on each of three counts of using criminal force on three young girls with Intent to outrage their modesty on April 13 at

Sonia, 18, sells (and repairs) machines [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sonia, 18, sells (and repairs) machines CONIA COLVIN, 18 and married, Is a salesgirl with a difference. She sells chainsaws and other machinery and REPAIRS them. She is the Kuala Lumpur branch manager of Spotradio Ltd.. dealers In chalnsaws, generators, pumps, tablet-making machines and various other machines. Her Job Is

Theft from a house [ARTICLE]

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Theft from a house IPOH. Wed.— An army officer* wile. Mrs. Mary Jones, 38, reported to the police that her hou&e in Kampong Manjoi off Maxwell Road was burgled yesterday. A $50 watch and $20 were missed from her handbaK.

Crash boy dies [ARTICLE]

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Crash boy dies PENANG. Wed. A boy. Neoh Ejik Chuan. 11, died in the General Hospital last, night seven hours after he was knocked down jby a motor cyclist in Dato Kr»I mat Road.

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Immigration HQ to move to capital [ARTICLE]

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Immigration HQ to move to capital PENANG. Wednesday. rvliE Federation Immigration Headquarters in A Penang is to be moved to Kuala Lumpur. Details of the move are being worked out for the consideration of the Ministry of External Affairs, a spokesman of the Immigration Headquarters said today. Everything was in

PMIP versus The Rest in Parliament loyalty clash [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PMIP versus The Rest in Parliament loyalty clash by STRAITS TIMES PARLIAMENTARY REPORTERS [VL'ALA LUMPUR. Wed. MPs of different racial origins angrily attacked the PMIP in the House of Representa-tivt-se today for doubting the loyalty of Malaya's nonMalays. Involved In this loyally row were Haii Ahmad bin Abdullah i PMIP-K

Charged with kidnapping a girl [ARTICLE]

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Charged with kidnapping a girl PENANG. Wrd. I.im Lean Chye. of Kuala Lumpur, was today charged before the Penaiig Sessions Court Recistrar. Mr. M.ihan Smth. with kidnapping a girl. Lnn. ti was alleged, kidnapped Choontt Slew Teen, a minor, from the guardianship of her father. Choong Kean Hock, at Farquhar

House broken in [ARTICLE]

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House broken in PENANG. Wed.— Burglars brokr into the home of Mr. Tan Chons Keat. a businessman m Tanjone Tokong Road yesterday and escaped with $375 and a wrist watch.

Film society [ARTICLE]

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Film society IPOH. Wed. Officials of the Pcrak branch of the Federation of Malaya Indian Film Society are: Chairman. V. Ramachandran; sec-, retary. S. Kumurasamy: treasurer. M. Jaganathan; committee. Baliah. T. M. Arumugam. Thandayuthapam. M. Krishnan. D. Selvin. I D. Sellathurai and S. Daniel

Eden Hall talks (the last) end [ARTICLE]

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Eden Hall talks (the last) end SINGAPORE. Wed i in- I iii-n Hall f— frrcnrr of hc.uls of British diplomatic missions in East AMa cnili-d hrrr today. The conference, with lord Selkirk, tin- British rillllllllMl— 111 Q«—Hjl for South-Fast Asi;i as chairman, ni attended hy about 30 envoys and disMNMi

20 firemen wanted [ARTICLE]

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20 firemen wanted AI OR STAR. W( (I Twenty will tx" recruited next month lo strrnsthen the brigade I and Peril*

POLICE FIND $26,000 STOLEN RECORDS [ARTICLE]

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POLICE FIND $26,000 STOLEN RECORDS KLALA LUMPUR. Wed Records worth 52G.000 stolen from a Bukil Uintang Road store earlier this month have teen recovered by the poftce •\-st tommlasloner Sher Mohamed \l ah Bakash. the Sta:e C.l.tv chief, announcing th: ad that two jroutru had I sen defined. Police llso

JEAN THE HEROINE GETS MBE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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JEAN THE HEROINE GETS MBE LONDON. Wed— A gallantry award was announced last night for Nursing Sister Jean Scott for her heroism in the Brunei revolt last December. Miss Scott. Health Visitor. Brunei State M -<lic.il Department. has been madr an M.B.E. (Member of the r.riiisi, Empire), the London Gazette

THE GALLANT ONES ARE HONOURED [ARTICLE]

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THE GALLANT ONES ARE HONOURED KUCHING. Wednesday. QUEEN Elizabeth has awarded honours for gallantry and brave conduct during the Brunei rebellion to a number of Sarawak residents. Mr. Mar Shiu Ching receiped the M.B.E. for gallantry. The Queen's Commendation for Brave Conduct goes to Mr. Derrick Reddish, who died recently

Wanted—2 Malay youths to star with Umi [ARTICLE]

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Wanted— 2 Malay youths to star with Umi KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Malaya's youngest film director. Hussein HanifT, 28, is in search of two Malay youths to play leading roles in his forthcoming two Malay films which will be entered at next year's Asian Film Festival in Formosa. "The youths will

SARAWAK RECEIVES 35 TONS OF PADI SEED [ARTICLE]

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SARAWAK RECEIVES 35 TONS OF PADI SEED I^UCHING. Wed.— Mal- uya's Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Inche Mohamed Khir Johari. today handed over 35 tons of padi seed to the Sarawak Government for replanting. Describing the gift as "the seed of hope and future prosperity". Inche Khir said: •'Let us

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All*ft 00/» By V.T. ammlim v-V HXj look hers, snubs' J I I now its gettim on 1 |'/'/-ilJMi(S,'s*' >* "VS^-"... ■.>, ->^, J <r -OJHe GONM*. T*G ALON6 7WIWS OINNEB '/WAIIiwNX P«ETTV a^*fc J\\ WITMME.VOU GOTOkTOTE TIME. SO GO RUSTLE '/*llH\l"V SMART MXME V'W I* 1 V VOURCSWHSMMKOF SOME

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS WmrdM lit Mm,mum MR. pon EC SENG Appreciates sod thdDk* all Irirndi ami relatives for wreath*, nuisance and attendance at u>.- (uneral of bin beloved wife Teea Haw I'beng at Ipoh on 27-S-63. MR. A MR!. Ob Kirn Bsn« tbank relatives, friends (or tbeir valuable ■Ma, attendance at tba

The Straits Times Thursday, May 30, 1963.

The Lively Debate [ARTICLE]

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The Lively Debate The Royal Address had produced as usual a lively debate in the Dew an Ra'ayat. remarked the Prime Minister in a speech winding up all three days of liveliness. It was scarcely, however, a constructive debate, nor even destructive although the intention of the Opposition was evident

Kanu Victory [ARTICLE]

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Kanu Victory Mr- Jomo Kenyatta's Kenya African National Union (Kanu) has won an expected victory in the Kenya general elections. With 64 seats in the House of Representatives against 32 for the Kenya African Democratic Union (Kadu), eight for the African People's Party and eight independents, Kanu has an overall

Soviet Vote [ARTICLE]

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Soviet Vote It is unlikely that the United States will secure majority support for the automatic suspension of the Soviet vote in the U.N. General Assembly if the Russians continue to refuse paying their share of U.N. costs in the Congo and Middle Eastern operations. Unquestionably, there is a case

BUDDHIST MONK'S TRIAL BALLOON SHOCKS CEYLON [ARTICLE]

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BUDDHIST MONK'S TRIAL BALLOON SHOCKS CEYLON by Clarence Fernando (COLOMBO, Wed. The parliamentary group of Ceylon's ruling: party has flatly rejected a Buddhist priest's plea to the Government to write off democracy and establish a dictatorship. Since authoritarianism is contrary to the teachings of the Buddha, Ceylon was surprised, even

LETTER

Valid words on merger [ARTICLE]

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Valid words on merger I WAS sorry to read Inche Abdullah of the Federal Treasury say that my letter contained misleading and Incorrect Information. Immediately on discovering my error as to the source of my quotation, I wrote to clarify. However, whether the words come from a formal exchange of

Drought aid [ARTICLE]

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Drought aid THILE It would be no more than a drop in the reservoir, as it were, could not Penang and Singapore show their sym- pathy for the drought-rid-den people of Hong Kong by arranging for ships calling at the two ports and bound for the colony to take on

Nameless [ARTICLE]

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Nameless 11/E have the same problem W here as Mr. K. L. Wong (ST. May 18). Most of the houses In this housing estate were completed in December 1960. but up to now there isn't a signboard giving the name of the road. The postmen, however, say it is "Lorohg

Bad form [ARTICLE]

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Bad form SOMETHING should be done to. prevent students In form six from applying to teachers' training colleges or the Technical College. These students usually spend a few months In form six and leave when they have obtained a place In any one of these colleges. In Negri Sembllan we

How long before the lid blows off? [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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How long before the lid blows off? JAMES CAMERON in Verwoerd's South Africa ACO U PL E of days before I reached South Africa, they hanged half a dozen people in Pretoria for murdering a Tembu chief in the interest of the terror i s t organisation called Poqo. It

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t^^»r—^igjtff Yogi -ti *90 «/o fat GOLD SDK W f*& ky «ko*«»f Hiu LASSIE a Hi W*r m im lASSIE OATS or •oopetf WSMfm^J m >k (*U> at roy Iwm. '■flam i^^^^ OssV <"'■ A. I^l O X* J MADE >N HOIIANO During period 27th May to 9th June 1963

Seven Tans are sent to jail [ARTICLE]

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Seven Tans are sent to jail Judge regrets 'no whipping' IPOH. Wed. Seven A brothers and cousins with the surname Tan, charged with murder, were convicted in the High Court here today of lesser offences and sentenced to Jail terms Six of them Tan Thlan now. 19. Tan Boon San;

New trip for 'envoy' Nancy [ARTICLE]

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New trip for 'envoy' Nancy CINGAPORE. Wed.— Malayan Airways Air hostess Nancy Llew will represent Malaya In yet another overseas function next month. Nancy who returned last night from the "Asian Week festival In Christchurch. New Zealand, will leave for Coolangatta, Australia, on June 14. She will be one of

National Day services [ARTICLE]

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National Day services SINGAPORE. Wed. The resident monk of the Buddhist Union, the Yen. Dhammasukha. will conduct two special services for peace and prosperity tn the state on Monday, National Day. The Services will be held at the union shrines in J.ilan Senjrum from 10.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and

SABAH HAS ELABORATE PLANS TO CELEBRATE MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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SABAH HAS ELABORATE PLANS TO CELEBRATE MALAYSIA KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. North Borneo has drawn up elaborate programmes to celebrate Malaysia Day on Aug. 31, its "Member" for Local Government, Da t v Mustapha bin Datu Harun. said here today. Datu Mustapha. who has been picked by four ProMalaysia political parties

Tax offence [ARTICLE]

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Tax offence KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Mr. Chan Hln Cheung, managing director of East Malayan Trading Company, was fined $200 here for falling to send a certified copy of ihe company's audited accounts for assessment of income tax for 1962.

Highway crackdown [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Highway crackdown fyUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Police highway teams will toon patrol the roadt in eight States to enforce traffic lawt outside town areas. Their main job, it is understood, will be to crack down on speedsters. A police statement said that the mobile teams would complete their training on Saturday.

Emblems: New law passed [ARTICLE]

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Emblems: New law passed KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The House of Representatives today passed a Bill to prevent the improper use of emblems and names connected with the Government. The Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak. Introducing the Emblem* and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Bill said that there had been

GOOD WORK DONE BY NEW COUNCIL: MINERS' CHIEF [ARTICLE]

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GOOD WORK DONE BY NEW COUNCIL: MINERS' CHIEF IPOH. Wed. The re--1 cently established Malayan Council of Em- ployers' Associations "has already done a considerable amount of good work." said Mr. H Dalton-Brown, presiding at the annual meeting of the Malayan Mining Employers' Association, here today. The new body, he

Elections in Trengganu [ARTICLE]

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Elections in Trengganu KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Election to seven local councils will be held in Trengganu in August. More than 20 000 electors will vote to choose 55 local councillors. The local council.* are Kuala Trenggami Utara mine seats), Kuala Trengganu Barat < seven i. Kuala Trengganu Tengah (seven i.

Watchman seeks son who quit ship bound for India [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Watchman seeks son who quit ship bound for India SINGAPORE, Wed.— A worried watchman, Gopal Singh, is looking for his son who walked on* a ship at Penang, leaving his mother, sister and baby brother stranded. Gopal Singh, 40, said he sent his son, Gurnam Singh, 21. his wife, daughter

Fined for shouting [ARTICLE]

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Fined for shouting KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. N Katrayan. 35. of Sentul Pasar. was fined $10 or three days' Jail today for shouting loudly and behaving In a disorderly manner early this morning at the Sentul Works. Ha pleaded guilty.

GUTHRIE CHAIRMAN ENGLAND [ARTICLE]

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GUTHRIE CHAIRMAN ENGLAND KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. —Mr. T. G. Jenkins, chairman of MessrsGuthrle Agency (Malaya) Ud.. died suddenly In England last Thursday after a short illness. Mr. Jenkins had returned to England a few days before his death because of 111 health. He leaves a widow and two tons. Mr

Yusof at premiere [ARTICLE]

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Yusof at premiere SINGAPORE. Wed—The Yang di-Pertuan Negara, Inche Yuaof bin Ishak. and his wife. Puan > Noor Alshah will attend the gala < charity premiere of Han Suyln's, "Cast The Same Shadow" at the Cathay tomorrow at 9.15 pjn.!

Parliament approves expansion of 'Voice of Malaya' [ARTICLE]

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Parliament approves expansion of 'Voice of Malaya' ITUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The House of Representatives today gave Radio Malaya the "green signal" to go ahead and expand its overseas service The Voice of Malaya. The $1,221,436 It approved will enable Radio Malaya to explain Malaya's standpoint to the world, the Assistant

Scouts to look for odd jobs [ARTICLE]

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Scouts to look for odd jobs IPOH. Wed. Nine hundred boy scout* in the Ipoh area will take part in a "Job week" from Saturday to raise funds for their association and the Perak Boy Scouts Headquarters Building Pund.

On tour of Germany [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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On tour of Germany ITUALA LUMPUR, Wed Two Malayan Journalists left here by air today to spend two weeks in Germany at the invitation of the West German Press and Information Office. They are Mr. Yap Chin Kwee (above) of the Straits Times, and Mr. Chan Ken Sin, of the

National Day stamps [ARTICLE]

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National Day stamps SINGAPORE. Wed. National Day commemorative stamps win be on sale on Monday at the General Post Office from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and all post oil ices < except Orchard Road Arcade Posi Office", and Slglap Postal Agency from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Merger: 'Govt clerks need have no fear [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Merger: 'Govt clerks need have no fear SINGAPORE, Wed TIRADE unionist Mr. x F. V. Rajendra told clerks in Government service last night that they need have no fear that they would be badly treated after merger. He told them they would not be worse off than they were In

Cholera jabs: Assurance to expectant —mothers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cholera jabs: Assurance to expectant mothers- SINGAPORE, Wednesday. PROFESSOR B. H. Sheares. a gynaecologist and obstetrician, assured expectant mothers today that they need not fear any adverse effects from Immunisation against cnolera. His assurance was made in the wake of inquiries to the Straits Times from expectant mothers over the

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take pictures at PAMERAN KODAK 1 a programme of Malaysian dances presented by KODAK (MALAYA) LIMITED on June sth. at 10 a.m. at WEST POINT GARDEN. Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore. See the DANCE OF THE BORNEO HEADHUNTED Now in the time it takes you to read this sentence you can

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OUTDOOR FUN IN STRIPES [ARTICLE]

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OUTDOOR FUN IN STRIPES TO be in fashion you have I to go STRIPED. The latest range of American twimtuits and sportswear Z feature stripes in gay col- ours. Seen here are two outfit* from a big collection that is just out. On the left Michelle E shows a swimsuit

A quiet room [ARTICLE]

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A quiet room TOR rcsttul. quiet rooms F like lounges and bedrooms, avoid strong contrasts and use muted colours—those with a high grpy content Avoid emphasising windows doors and other architectural features unless these are worthy of attention.

The "love" you feel may Ijust be a assing fancy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The "love" you feel may Ijust be a assing fancy ""01/Vl/j T J^H 4 LVw IC\ p resents a page gIGNIXG hcrseli as "Rose" in a letter, an 18-year-old girl wrote this: "I'm going to die of n broken heart. The l>ov who said he loved me has just jilted

COLOUR CHART FOR SHOE CLEANING [ARTICLE]

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COLOUR CHART FOR SHOE CLEANING T\O you have a selection of different coloured shoes in your wardrobe? Then this new shoe polish will prove useful. The polish is said to not only keep the shoes shining but nourishes the leather and puts back the colour lost in wear. You have

Foundation in three forms [ARTICLE]

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Foundation in three forms PUN DAT lON is always the first step in makeup, and a good foundation it the ideal background for accenting your beauty. You can choose from a Japanese range of products an oil-base cream which comes in 10 shades. You can therefore select one which harmonises

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COMPANY MEETING DUNLOP RUBBER COMPANY UK. HI K SAI.I.S TURNOVER The 64th Annual Oeneral Meet- I ing of the Dunlop Rubber Co.. Ltd* was held on May 20 in London. sir O. Edward Beharrell. Chairman. In the course of his speecii. said: For the year under review we were able

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TRIUMPH OF MAN AND MACHINE FIRST— A FLASHBACK TO THE GOLDEN TWENTES: ON March 3, 1!)'27, several thons a n (I people stood shivering on hi^li ground overlooking the Pendine Sands in South Wales. A few weeks before, along the flagmarked measured mile, Malcolm Campbell in his Bluebird had toppled

Ambition alone can't push the needle past 394 [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ambition alone can't push the needle past 394 NOW THAT BLUEBIRD HAS ITS WINGS WET, A BLUNT ASSESSMENT OF WHAT WENT WRONG FLOOD water continued to pour last week into Lake Eyre and the future looked very bleak for Donald Campbell's bid to be the fastest man on four wheels,

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GAZETTED PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTED PRICES HPHK Federation Ministrr of 1 Finance ha* fixed these prices for calculating- customs duties for the week beginning on May. 30. Rubber 75', cenU a lb. < opra *4.TJ a ton. Coconut oil $730 a ton. Palm oil $609 a ton. r.ilm kernels $382.50 a lon. Iron ore

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES MINESE Prsduss Etchings. Sings- port nson prioss psr picul ysstsrday: Coconut all: bulk UU sellers, drum $461 sailers. Cspra: May/ June UK/Continent $271 buyers. Pippsr: Muniok «-hite $145 sellers. Sarawak white $142 i sellers, special Sarawak black $974 sellers, garbled l-impoun black $100 sellers. ABTA Sir.'j sellers. Sinxapsrs

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JUNE first grads rubUtr ouysrs f.a.k. elasad at S p.m. In lingapert and Kuala Lumpur ysttsrdsy at 74| cents per lb. down a quarter ot a cent. The tooe was quiet. R A S. and F.M.It.S. elating pricti in cents par lb. yesterday: int. 1 R. 8.8. prompt

INDUSTRIALS NOW ADVANCE FURTHER: TINS QUIET [ARTICLE]

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INDUSTRIALS NOW ADVANCE FURTHER: TINS QUIET From Our Market Correspondent rERE was no let up in the rise in industrial shares on the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday although some rises were much steeper than others. The industrial index rose to a new high of 115.74. Yesterday market operators pushed Jardine

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stork Indices May 28 May 2J ndustriaU: 115.08 115.74 Him: 115.28 115.1' > rubbers: 114.26 H4.UJ Dec. 29. 1962 100.

yf Malayan vTUvn cauhanull [ARTICLE]

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yf Malayan vTUvn cauhanull (COMBINED business in the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number of the shares traded in brackets: INDUSTRIALS: BMistsad (3,000) f 1.72. (3.0001 $1 71. (1.000) SI.TU; C.T.t. srd« (4.500) 475. Tid.: Ounlsps (10.000) BUM IJ. (3.000) 52.84:

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES 'pMC Malayan ■icnanga Banks' Ass.--1 slatlen made these changes In Its rates to merchants yesterday (all rates to S100) New ferfc: buying TT 32 11/16, airmail OD 32 13,16. 90 d/st 33 1/16 credit bills. 33 3/16 trade bill*. Sailing TT er 0D ready: N.w r*rk 32 I'

Small drop in tin price: Rubber regains ground [ARTICLE]

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Small drop in tin price: Rubber regains ground rE Straits tin price yesterday fell 75 cents to $459.12| on an ottering reduced by ten tons to 235 tons. In London on Tuesday tin was very steady. Despite the continued quietness of U.K. and Continental demand, a moderate ring business was

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS (OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS) stay 29. Three mombi Dunlops IB rt«. E. Smtltrrn 20 ets Ksao 21 rtt. K. N. 18 cts. Ouunoo 14 cts. Hume prefs. 16 eti. 8. Darby 4d C. Storage 4td. J. WaugH 17 ru. 8. Traction 1/1 M. Brew 33 cts Shall 16 eta. M.

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES MAY 29. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 741 cents (down a quarter of a cent). TIN: 5459.124 (down 75 cents). Estimated unofficial offering 235 tons (down 10 tons).

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lying •lonictidt tin ainsaa*rs Hjrhour Wharvts .r txMctcd to day art: Benlomond 8/9. Hedtll N.w. 4. London Mani 31/32. Kernpolnt 4«. Qtenorrby 33/36. Pren. Hayes 1/2. Klpenor 10/11. Hanover 44. Van Heemskerrk 28/29. Jutlandla 45. Etnplra Kittiwak* 21/22. Charon 30. Pulau Kldjang N .vv. s alandama

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Wed. CHARE trading continued quiet 0 with moves small and about in balance. Colonial Sugar steadied at yesterday's level. Dunlops and Olympic improved, follctving the announcement of a joint tyre venture 111 Au.strlta. Oils and base m.-tiU were quietly steady while loans were steady C R K

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Majority in favour of Malaysia: Visiting MPs [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Majority in favour of Malaysia: Visiting MPs In television forum clash. Premier Lee brands the Barisan chairman as 'Red united front leader' Dr Lee Siew Choh speaks of 'communal fears of Chinese over confrontation' SINGAPORE. Wednesday THE three-meipber British Labour Party delegation which found that the majority of the people

Schools in N-Day celebrations [ARTICLE]

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Schools in N-Day celebrations SINGAPORE. Wed. Schools in Singapore will celebrate this years National Day with a special programme of activities on Saturday. The activities will reflect the theme of this annual celebration which is "inter-racial harmony and unity." All school buildings will be decorated with flags and buntings. Schools

$6,037 gift [ARTICLE]

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$6,037 gift KUALA LUMPUR. Wed—Employees of the Central Electricity Board have donated $6,037 to the National Monument Fund. A cheque was presented to the secretary' of the fund. Inche Soplee bin Sheikh Ibrahim, by Mr. J. Sharpies, general manager of the C.E.B. today.

Social insurance: 'Much progress' report [ARTICLE]

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Social insurance: 'Much progress' report KUALA LUMPUR, Wed- The Assistant Minister of Labour. Mr. V. Manickavasagam said today that "much progress" had been made by a committee appointed by the Government to study the feasibility of social insurance in Malaya. Speaking to Rotarian* at their weekly lunch meeting here, he

Patriotic Fund: $1,332 more [ARTICLE]

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Patriotic Fund: $1,332 more KUALA LUMPUR. Wed Another $1,332.25 has been collected by the Straits Times Group for the National Patriotic Fund bringing the total collection to date to $120,236--80. The biggest donation S5OO was from Messrs Toll Hai Pin Co.. Ltd. Sungei Dua. Province Wellesl> North. Other contribution.-! Mr.

Two-language school [ARTICLE]

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Two-language school SINGAPORE. Wed. Mr. S. V. Lingam. Assemblyman for Aljunied. tonight opened the new 5307.000 Matter East integrated school for instruction m English and Chinese off Aljunied Road. The four-storey building can accommodate 2.000 pupils In two cessions.

Hello Kenya [ARTICLE]

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Hello Kenya KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The overseas Telex service has now linked Malaya and Singapore to Kenya. Uganda and Tanganyika, it was announced today.

Water for only 2 hours [ARTICLE]

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Water for only 2 hours MMIT. Ued. This holiday re-ori town (pop: 25.000) and jurapingoff ooint to Pangkor Island is still under stringent water rationing. Water is available only two hours a day— from 7 B a.m. and 6 7 p.m. The last time it rained was a light shower

Indonesia succeeds in 'splitting9 . Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia succeeds in 'splitting 9 Malaysia Xl ALA LUMFtJB, Wed. Indonesia succeeded today in "splitting" Malaysia at tue Second Asian Conference on Work for the Blind now being held in Tengku A b d v 1 Rahman Hall here. Among the revolutions to be. tabled at tomorrow's final session is

Send me to mental home he pleads [ARTICLE]

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Send me to mental home he pleads IPOH. Wed.— A former headmaster. Lan Stirling Sievwright alias Idris Abdul- lah. 41. who claimed to suf- fer "blackouts" occasionally. asked the Sessions Court here today to send him to the I Tanjong Rambutan Mental Hospital for observation. He pleaded not guilty to

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Top rating for star trio [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Top rating for star trio JOE DORAI SINGAPORE SOCCER SO IMPRESSIVE SAY GERMANS By SKINNER, KIM SWEE, MAJID IN EUROPE CLUB CLASS -MANAGER SINGAPORE. Wed. DX FRANK VID A. president of the West (ierman Club Karlsruher, who won their two Singapore matches 8-1 against Singapore Selection on .Monday and 2-0

Burma 'yes' to Malayan -invitation— [ARTICLE]

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Burma 'yes' to Malayan -invitation— FRANCIS 3OEY ATHLETICS By Kuala Lumpur, Wed. BURMA has accepted the AAU's invitation to send a team for the Malayan open athletic championships to be held here from Aug. 21 to 24. This brings the total to six countries who have accepted Invitations. Thailand, Israel,

HULL TO BUY [ARTICLE]

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HULL TO BUY LONDON. Wed. H.irold Needier, rhalrman of Hull City Football Club, has given the club £200.000 to buy new players. Hull finished tenth in the Third Division last season. Reuter.

SUMMARY [ARTICLE]

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SUMMARY m>< Kit— lpoh Div. RamWers 3 Municipality l Div 3: PCRC 8 Kll.n 3: KlnU Indians 3 V.ih 1. luiping Group A*: I 11 PerMtnta Metayu 'B 1 0. kliMiic Uiv. I: PWD 10 656 Sqiuidron 3: Garrison Ler: Gurkha Cnglners 656 Squadron B 0. Ncirri Div. > (Serembani

UTRILLO WINS ROSEBERY MEMORIAL HANDICAP [ARTICLE]

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UTRILLO WINS ROSEBERY MEMORIAL HANDICAP ONDON, Wed. Itrillo. ridden by Scobie Breasley. won the Rosrtery Memorial Handicap run over 2', miles at Epsom yesterday Utrillo ill-2> beat Domo.dav. the 7-4 fa\ouiite ridden by St.m Smith, by i>. lengths Third way I Mrr Rj liter (7-1 V ridden by Ron Hutchtnson.

'Toss up' at Wembley by jubilant skipper [ARTICLE]

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'Toss up' at Wembley by jubilant skipper "^OEL Cantwell, the Manchester United cap--11 tain and left-back, Jubilantly tosses the F.A. Cup into the air in front of the 100,000 crowd after receiving it from Queen Elizabeth at Wembley Stadium on May 25. United had beaten Leicester City 3-1 in the

Sub Noise shows improvement [ARTICLE]

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Sub Noise shows improvement RACING SINGAPORE, Wednesday. CUB NOISE, late Kid Boots, has improved tremen- dously since his only previous outing and is one for your notebook for the June Meeting beginning on Sunday at Bukit Timah. Ridden by apprentice Armad. Sub Noise beat stablemates Early Mark 'apprentice Subian'i and

-TEN TO— FOLLOW AT BT. TIMAH [ARTICLE]

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-TEN TO FOLLOW AT BT. TIMAH WING ATE: Has been consistent in distance i-aces; scored a runaway win over lOf In Class 3 at K.L. In April: at Penang he was second with 9.0 to Paragon over 7f and again second with 8.7 to Kodama over B<-f: likes good going.

TOOL FUND' [ARTICLE]

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TOOL FUND' PENANG. Wed. The P.A. of Penang will launch a "pool fund" to aid tiie poorer clubs in the league compeiuion. This was decided by the PAP executive council last night. All affiliated clubs will contribute t«n per cent of the gate in all matches olayed Tr>e method of

CUP TIE [ARTICLE]

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CUP TIE KUALA LUMPUR- Wed.— The I Malaya Cup south zone tie be- tween Malacca and Combined Ser- vices Malaya which wa. c postponed from May 19 because of the clio- lera epidemic will be played on June 5 at Malacca.

Leahy stops Aldridge in Round 1 [ARTICLE]

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Leahy stops Aldridge in Round 1 LONDON, Wed. Dublin-born, Mick Leahy, who gave up Irish nationality to qualify for a British boxing title fight, won the middleweight crown in fantastic fashion at Nottingham last night, j In one minute 45 seconds Leahy I stopped the champion. George Aldridge. without having

'Comeback' [ARTICLE]

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'Comeback' NEW YORK. Wed. Pancho Gonzales, the former professional tennis champion, is returning to tournament play after a 12-month layoff at the age of 34. He has entered for a competition at Forest Hills scheduled for June 27 to 30. Gonzales went Into retirement early in 1962 after having contract

YORKS GO DOWN TO HANTS BY 130 [ARTICLE]

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YORKS GO DOWN TO HANTS BY 130 CRICKET LONDON. Wed. Yorkshire, the English county cricket champions. slumped to their first deteat of the season when Hampshire beat them by 130 runs at Headingley. Leeds, yesterday. Yorkshire, set to score 275 in 225 mills, suffered a batting breakdown and were dismissed

WI cable for Tony White [ARTICLE]

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WI cable for Tony White LONDON, Wed.— Sonny Ramad- hin. West Indian Test, spinner now playing in English League 1 cricket, will not be joining urn West Indi's touring team as .i replacement for the injured Willie Rodriguez. The West Indians have cabled i for Tony White. 25. the Barbados

'Aim for Cup' order to players [ARTICLE]

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'Aim for Cup' order to players HOCKEY SINGAPORE, Wed. 13 The Singapore Hockey Association today reminded the State team that Singapore were the first winners of the MHF championship and then spoke out plainly to the players: "Winning the south zone of this year's championship is not sufficient. We must

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SPORTS DIARY SOCCER B'POBE Uiv. li Sukunimat v RAF Selet.ir iJalan Besan; Div. 3C: Duninan Pioneeis .J.i v.i 'Fairer Pk>. Friendly: Joylul Indians v GHQ (Farrcr Pk;. iron Div. li Cheng Wah v Knit.i Indians (Stadium Per.ik): Di». I: Matey s.c. v Irish Huaaan (Jal.iii Alxlul Jalil Knl'; Div. Poln

'Political reward jobs' claim angers Sardon [ARTICLE]

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'Political reward jobs' claim angers Sardon KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. The Minister of Transport, Dato Sardon bin Haji Jubir, today indignantly rejected an Opposition MP's suggestions that appointments to the new Port Swettenham Commission might be made as political rewards. Dato Sardon was replyinu 111 the Hou.se of ReprrMiitatives to statements

IN MEMORIAM [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY .1 T W.IHaow |vi-v.,i a\\i>\ on 1.1. -.1 <;nn.l.ill ticvri [i.i;n".ii |l\ hi* Im inn N EVER LOVINC m— Tj U CM> yon li tn^morv ill in nlwayp remtmbiTnl r>y \our b»lovr<t hti'hnnd •n<l eh

Wage talks held up over tape recorder [ARTICLE]

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Wage talks held up over tape recorder SINGAPORE. Wednesday. TAPE-RKCORDER is holding up wage talks between the Adult Education Board and the Amalgamated Inion of Public Employees. Last Saturday, the board's negotiating team insisted on a tape-recorder being used before they were prepared to get down to business. But the

Welcome party [ARTICLE]

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Welcome party SINOAPORE. Wed The GuJarati Youth Association will hold a reception in honour of Mr ShanUlal Shah. Mini.ster for Education in Maharashtra State, India, at G H. Cafe, Battery Road, at 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Security men's trip to Tokyo put off [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Security men's trip to Tokyo put off KUALA LL'.MPLR. Wed.— Kneine trouble today forced the cancellation of a Cathay Pacific Airways plane which was to have taken two senior Government officials to Tokyo to arrange pr< -arrival security measures during Tengku Abdul Rahman's visit to the Japanese capital. The two

Cabinet reshuffle in Ceylon [ARTICLE]

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Cabinet reshuffle in Ceylon MR. FELIX Dias Bandaranaike. Minister I without Portfolio, becomes Minister of Agriculture, Food and Cooperatives in a Cabinet reshuffle announced today by his aunt, Mrs. Sirimayo Bandaranaike. Ceylon's Prime Minister. Other new ministerial po^ts are: Finance. Mr Tikirlßanda Ilangaratne i formerly Commerce. Trade. Food and I

EDITOR WHO IS TOLD TO GET OUT [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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EDITOR WHO IS TOLD TO GET OUT MISS Frcny Ginwalla. director-editor of the Dar-Ks-Salaam periodical Spearhead, against whom Tanganyika's President Julius N'yerere has made .111 expulsion order. Previously, she had been ordered to leave Tanganyika, but defied the order, and was arrested and detained in custody while arrangements were made

Brunei's Mackintosh sees Lansdowne [ARTICLE]

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Brunei's Mackintosh sees Lansdowne SINGAPORE, Wednesday. THE British High Commissioner in Brunei, Mr. A.M. Mackintosh left here for Kuala Lumpur this morning for talks, with Lord Lansdowne, British Minister of State for Colonial Affairs, on matters relating to Brunei. Lord Lansdowne, who was the chairman of the Malaysia Inter Governmental

Annual meeting [ARTICLE]

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Annual meeting SINGAPORE. Wed. The Singapore Police Civilian Stan* Association will hold Its 24th annual general meeting at the Traffic Police canteen. Maxwell on Saturday at 2 p.m.

LONDON STOCK [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCK LONDON. Wed.— Closing middle prices of selected stocks not Including stamp duty were: Sonsol 2Vo £4« 3 +7/16 Funciing 4 £93 11/16 War 3'-'^ £B 2'« 3ANKS Chartered 61 9 /3 Hongkong £17 IN-I K\\( l :om. Un 49/1 s /6 Prudential il'j Royal 39/9 +/1 BAILS =an.

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON, Wed —Spot 22 9 1 6d July 22>id.. Aug. 22'jd.. Sept. 22>4d.. July/Sept. 22>,d.. Oct./ Dec. 22 7/lBd. Jan/Mar: 22 7/16 d., Apr./ June 22 7/16 d.. July/Sept 1 22\d.. Oct/Dec. 22% d.. c.l f. June 22d.. July 22d. Aug 22 l/16d. Tone: Dull

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON Wed— Buyers £0' i seliers f. 908. Forward buyers £907 i, sellers £908 Settlement I C9OB. Turnover a.m. 195 tons. I p.m. 55 ton* Tone: Steady but quiet I

Siew Sin: Loans will not tie Malaya [ARTICLE]

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Siew Sin: Loans will not tie Malaya KUALA LUMPUK. Wed —The Minister of Finance. Mr. Tan Siew Sin. told the House of Representatives today that the loans (maximum S3OO million) which the Federation Government intended to raise would not tic tl c country politically to other countries. Successfully moving a

Medical lecture [ARTICLE]

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Medical lecture SINGAPORE. Wed. Professor Mary P. Lockett, a distinguished pharmacologist, will give a public lecture on "Interaction of hormones on the renal tubular epithelium" at the Allen Lecture Theatre. Faculty of Medicine. Sepoy Lines, tomorrow at 8.15 p.m.

Easy win for Relko: Bougoure's mount 3rd [ARTICLE]

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Easy win for Relko: Bougoure's mount 3rd EPSOM DERBY EPSOM. Wed. The French colt Relko. starting 5/1 fuvcurite. won the 184 th English Derby here this afternoon outclasMug the field of 25 opponent* Ridd"n by MC French jockey Yves Saint Martin. Relko became the sixth French horse to "win mv

Somerset struggle [ARTICLE]

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Somerset struggle LONDON. ihcir coniidrnt sum 01 the morning. BOtUetWei Struggled ;r-;iinM. hr cli'ver *|)in Ixjwlnii! 01 Lance Gibbs 111 the afternoon llrst day of their match »g* < > the West Indiai.* lit B.IMI today. At tea the county were 173 for mx (Roe 50. Atkinson 33. Alley 40.

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HUtMHJHHSa^MSIMi^tjB XIIGHEST and lowest tempera- tures In Malaya and Singapore for the period 8 p.m. on Tuesday to 8 p.m. yesterday. Highest LowrM Kuala Lumpur 95 75 Kola Bharu BI 73 Penang 93 75 Ipoh 95 75 Malacca 9] 75 Singapore Qi 77