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The Straits Times, 31 May 1963

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 100,000 The Straits Times JAb***.- Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963. 15 CENTS KDN 35,

The Pope: His bleeding stops [ARTICLE]

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The Pope: His bleeding stops VATICAN CITY, Thurs. Y.ilic.in quarters today indicated that the Pope's haemorrhages have ceaasd ii- ix'i.- jl doctor, "jj^jßtoni," (j fcarrini. JM^H^khrd'i itJsAtriKl■kl ■run 1 1 .v B ssr r^k.i^^^K n a

oil move concern [ARTICLE]

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oil move concern .OMiON n fcirs. A British' OSos spokesman said thu; '»c are concerned ••m tut "i of developments betwwn ihe Indonesian ;iphi and Shell." Ilir spokeamnii added: "We .idv made our views clear lo the Indonesian Government."

HOPES ARE HIGH [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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HOPES ARE HIGH Tengku optimistic of success OBVIOUSLY INDONESIAN PRESIDENT WANTS NORMAL RELATIONS AGAIN.J'LL DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE THIS' Talks with Soekarno today From LESLIE HOFFMAN: Tokyo, Thurs. TENGKU Abdul Rahman told me after his arrival here and after he had spoken to the Malayan Ambassador who met him

While the lights were red... $11,000 payroll grab [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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While the lights were red... $11,000 payroll grab 808 PERIES AND RODERICK PESTANA By Singapore. Thursday JT lOOK just seconds between llie ciiaiii»ing of traffic lights at a busy junction here lor an armed gang to grab an $11,000 payroll and make ;i getaway. The split-seromi robljery look place at

flying! m seer' ! over Canberra [ARTICLE]

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flying! m seer' over Canberra CANBERRA.! «k attronomarm r M r T' v 1 Three; l™d seanVmM'' "*">• they object 3B f'*'us brightly-lit. oka> iMC dj«lmmi ifce sky directly Tliey sftkißttxaalo Observatory j lie\«<T W/H^fihcy watched the for cat Wmomi: which they be- I v 'j *^Bl:iitely man made., S

$2} mil. fund to ensure dignity of – rulers -1 [ARTICLE]

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$2} mil. fund to ensure dignity of rulers -1 IfUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. A trust fund is to be set up to provide loans for the The Minister of Finance, Mr. Tan Slew Sin, who introduced a motion in the House of Representatives today to set up the fund, said it

Peking urges Jakarta to check riots [ARTICLE]

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Peking urges Jakarta to check riots PEKING. Thurs. The Chinese Communist Party organ People's Daily today called on Indonesia to take further measures to check anti-Chinese riots and prevent a recurrence of similar incidents. The newspaper's "observer" was making the first Chinese press comment on a wave of anti-Chinese riots

Marriage fee is 25 dead rats [ARTICLE]

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Marriage fee is 25 dead rats JAKARTA. Thurs. The town council ol Pekalongan. In Central Java, has ruled that couples re* filtering their marriage or divorce must present the appropriate authoritiK with 25 dead rats. The regulation, reported today by the Antara newn agency, is lo help curb a rat

Cholera: 7 more cases [ARTICLE]

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Cholera: 7 more cases KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs 3 EVEN more suspec ted cases of cholera were reported today four In Tangkak. two In Muar. and one in Malacca. The total in the country is now 405 cases, with 141 cases conAnned. The isolated ease reported in Seiangor yesterday a woman

500 dead in cyclone [ARTICLE]

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500 dead in cyclone TVUCA. Thurs. More than 500 people have died in a cyclone which struck the Bay of Bengal coastline yesterday, the Governor of East Pakistan said here today. The Governor. Mr. Abdul Monrm Khan, told reporters after a three-hour flying visit to hittajjons. on the Bay of

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS PAKISTAN: 1.000 DEAD DACCA. Thurs I.itist reports f r m i >« loneilei .ist.it'-'l ro.istji area >t Pakistan s.i> month.m I Mi propi, <i< ki I IM .1 Inc. r I

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Mystery behind the Tokyo summit [ARTICLE]

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Mystery behind the Tokyo summit LONDON, Thurs.— The Times today claimed that although Japans political influence may remain muted for a long time. Japanese economic decisions will have political eflocts. "A sliuht air uf mystery surrounds the hurriedly arranged meeting In Tokyo between President Soekarno ot Indonesia and Tengku Abdul

GENERAL TO LEAD HIKE [ARTICLE]

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GENERAL TO LEAD HIKE MANILA. Than. The Philippine Armed Forces J Chief of Staff. Lieut. Gen. Alfredo Santos. 56. will lead l.~>o senior officers on a 37 -mile hike on Saturday "to show- younger officers that he was givlne orders liicb he himself f mild execute." R»--**t.

AMERICAN CITIZEN? OH, NO, SAYS LI LI HUA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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AMERICAN CITIZEN? OH, NO, SAYS LI LI HUA HONG KONG. Thurs. Film actress Li Li Ilua (above) denied today that j she wanted to become a naturalised American citizen. The aotrcss, who went to the Cannes film festival earlier this month, was commenting on Trench reports that she intended to

Four Papuan MPs [ARTICLE]

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Four Papuan MPs JAKARTA. Thurs. Four Pa- i puans from West Irian were sworn in as members of the Indonesian PHi'liiiinent on Tuesday. U.P.1.

Nine-hour ordeal of a nurse in sea [ARTICLE]

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Nine-hour ordeal of a nurse in sea PAPEETE (Tahiti), Thurs. An injured nurse drifted in the sea for nine hours before being picked up by motor canoes after the motor cutter Manuia sank near Maupiti Island, in the Leeward Archipelago. The wreck, in which nine people were drowned and six

Egyptian visit [ARTICLE]

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Egyptian visit CAIRO. Thins President Abdullah al-balliu ol Yemen will arrive here on Saturday for an official visit to Egypt. It will be hts first trip outside the Yemen since he took pnOTf in an uuiroyalist couo lasi September.

Lucille of the roses [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Lucille of the roses BEAUTIFUL Chinese film I actress 22-year-old Lucille Soong, helps to arrange some of the thousands of rose blooms on the stand of Dickson, the well-known Ulster rose grow- ers, at the annual Chelsea Flower Show. Lucille was born in Peking but lived in Hong Kong from

Police in big hunt for headhunters [ARTICLE]

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Police in big hunt for headhunters jytAXILA. Thurs.— Police today fanned out in three Northern Luzon provinces In search of headhunters who have killed 15 Christians in the past month. The headhunters belong to the Ilongot mountain tribe. They have an old in->--tom that young tribesmen must bring in Christian

Rebels kill two more Americans [ARTICLE]

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Rebels kill two more Americans SAIGON. Thill) An American Army captain and a sergeant were killed in a dasb w i t h Communist guerrillas yesterday in a jungle 300 miles north of here, a U.S. military spokesman reported. The spokesman said no further details were immediately available because of

Mrs. Aguinaldo dies [ARTICLE]

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Mrs. Aguinaldo dies MANILA. Thurs. The 84-yeHr-olcl wife of General Emillo ARuinaldo. 94. the Philippine revolutionary leader who (ought against Spurn and the United States at the turn of Urn century, i died here last nißht— Renter.

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WOMAN WHO KILLED LOVER'S WIFE GETS LIFE TERM [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN WHO KILLED LOVER'S WIFE GETS LIFE TERM I ONDON, Thurs. Gwendoline Massey. a 34 year old Billfer, was sentenced to life imprisonment Kb Chester yesterday after being found guilty of the murder of her lover's wife Massey, who did not give evidence during the trial. had pleaded not guilty.

Stockpile probe completed [ARTICLE]

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Stockpile probe completed WASHINGTON. Thurs Senaior stuart Symington >uui jmtarday that lii.s long investigation of the Us. strategic ■tookpUa continued President, Kennedy's fears that the °ock|iile was a source of "unconscionable prolitv" Be tuici reporters thai his 10--lnonth inquiry had been completed and that be expected a report to !>•

Out: 'Beautiful dream' men [ARTICLE]

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Out: 'Beautiful dream' men NKW YORK. Thur.s. Harvard' University lias dtaafcMd two rc*earrh KlenUaU tor involving students in n ex|H'iiniont with psilocybm. h drun derived from mushrooms, i-.uisinn hallucinations. The drag is not habit -lorming. Mast subnets who took it in the re.scari-li prograoune reported a "very positive beautiful experience"

JOB FOR CHURCH: 'TEACHING bljA [ARTICLE]

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JOB FOR CHURCH: 'TEACHING bljA LONDON. Thurs. A vicar's wife suggested today in her husband's parish magazine that the Church of England should publish a textbook on marriage, including a section on lovemaking. Mrs. Barbara Lacey, 34, whose husband Ronald is vicar of a church at Newark. Nottinghamshire, wrote that

Kennedy plans law against colour bar in hotels [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Kennedy plans law against colour bar in hotels WASHINGTON, Thursday. r piK White House confirmed yesterday that President Kennedy was considering new civil rights legislation to bar racial segregation in most of the nations shops and restaurants. Mr. Pierre Salinger, Presidential press secretary, declined to go into details of the

De Gaulle seeks to visit U.S. [ARTICLE]

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De Gaulle seeks to visit U.S. PARIS. Thurs. President Charles de Gaulle ngk to visit the United Stales to comer wiih President Kennedy "when the 'inn i opportune." the Informa- ion Urila, Mr. Alain Peyrefitie. .■>aid yesterday. Mr. Peyreliite did not indicate any possible dale lor such a trip. -U.P.I.

The Lords call for Soho clean-up [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Lords call for Soho clean-up LONDON. Thurs. Members of the House of Lords last night pressed for a clean-up of Soho. a district that one peer called "the most disreputable place in Europe." The attack was led by Lord Morrison of Lambeth. 75. who told the house: "I am

CHARGES AGAINST EIGHT TOP U.S. REDS DROPPED [ARTICLE]

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CHARGES AGAINST EIGHT TOP U.S. REDS DROPPED >JEW YORK. Thurs. 1 The United States Government yesterday dropped a 15 year conspiracy charge against eight American Communist Party leaders. The eight were among 11 Communists Jailed In 1949 for conspiracy to teach and advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. Government.

Quick look round [ARTICLE]

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Quick look round READING Pennsylvania i Thurs. Two teenage gunmen held a dentist's wife hostage for eight hours in her heme near here last night, then poisoned themselves as police closed in. LONDON: A light aircraft crashed through the roof of a block of flats in north-west London killing the

MAC SAYS IT AGAIN: BRITAIN NEVER HAD IT SO G00D... [ARTICLE]

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MAC SAYS IT AGAIN: BRITAIN NEVER HAD IT SO G00D... LONDON. Thurs. The Prime Minister, Mr. Harold Macmillan. last night labelled Britain a small power with great influence, and said its citizens have never had it so good. Britain's present role in the world, he said, was much as it

Soviet jet buzzes US plane over Berlin [ARTICLE]

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Soviet jet buzzes US plane over Berlin DERLIN. Thurs. A Soviet fighter yesterday flew within 200 feet of an American aircraft while flying in the Berlin control zone. an American spokesman said last night. He said a U.S. Air Force Plane a C. 97. was appro- < ached shortly before

Amery in Moscow [ARTICLE]

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Amery in Moscow MOSCOW. Thurs. The British Aviation Minister. Mr. Julian Ainery. arrived here yesterday "to study every aspect of the Soviet aviation industry." Mr. Amery. who is a son-in-law of the Prime Minister. Mr. Harold Macmillan. said he wanted to see as much as possible and to have the

Outer space law urged [ARTICLE]

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Outer space law urged GENEVA. Thurs. A 24-nation conference last night urged the need to prevent potentially harmful experiments from interiennii with the peaceful use of outer space. The conference of the scientific and technical subcommittee of the United Nations committee for the peaceful uses of outer space closed its

SUPERSONIC QUAKE TEST FOR X-15 [ARTICLE]

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SUPERSONIC QUAKE TEST FOR X-15 NEW YORK. Thurs. X-15 pilot Joe Walker, flashing bf at almost six t: nes >. the speed of soun v \jafeterday deliberately caused the rocket ship to quake with instability at the edge of space. Walker, chief test pilot for the Federal Space Agency, conducted

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TOP DESIGN FOR A MEMORIAL [ARTICLE]

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TOP DESIGN FOR A MEMORIAL SINGAPORE, Thurs. The architectural firm of Swan and Maclaren won the first prize of $3,000 for the best design for the $750,000 memorial to civilian victims of the Japanese occupation in Singapore. The .Memorial will be built in the centre of a f >ur-;ind-a-half-acrr site

First need a bath, say HK team [ARTICLE]

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First need a bath, say HK team KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. —Hong Kong footballers and officials who arrived here yesterday for a few hours stopover before going by train to Penang for the annual Ho Ho Cup match against Malayan Chinese immediately went looking for a bath. It was not the

Family planning clinic opens [ARTICLE]

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Family planning clinic opens KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— Petaling Jaya's tirst family planning clinic at Jalan Sungei Jerneh was opened today by the Petaling Java Health Officer. Dr. Haji M.I. Mohamed. The clinic will be open every Wednesday from 2.30 p.m. 10 6.30 p.m.

Centre is one year old [ARTICLE]

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Centre is one year old SINGAPORE, Thurs. An art exhibition and a variety concert will be held by the Queen Street community centre to mark its first anniversary on Sunday. Mr. Lim Cheng Lock, Assemblyman for River Valley will open the exhibition at 10 a.m

Luncheon talk [ARTICLE]

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Luncheon talk SINOAPORE. Thurs.— Mr. John Church, assistant In charge of P and O Orient Lines In Singapore will give a talk on "Discontented Jottings" at the monthly Skal Club of Singapore luncheon meeting at the Goodwood Park Hotel tomorrow.

Scouts president [ARTICLE]

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Scouts president SINOAPORE. Thurs. Mr. Justice Tan Ah Tah was re-elected president of the Singapore Boys' Scouts (Stanford) District Association at its fifth annual general meeting.

SYMPHONY CONCERT TO MARK N-DAY [ARTICLE]

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SYMPHONY CONCERT TO MARK N-DAY SINGAPORE, Thurs. The Singapore Orchestral Association will present an "invitation concert" at the Victoria Theatre on June 2 at 8.30 p.m. in conjunction with National Day celebrations. The association was formed because the Singapore Symphony Orchestra members needed greater scope for their aspirations, loyalties and

ROAD HURT: TRISHAMAN GETS $9,623 AWARD [ARTICLE]

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ROAD HURT: TRISHAMAN GETS $9,623 AWARD SINGAPORE, Thurs. A 66-year-old man, who had become unfit to earn his living by pedalling a trisha following injuries sustained in a road accident, was awarded damages ol $9,623 with cost* by Mr. Justice Tan Ah Tah in the High Court today. Low Ah

IN AND OUT BY AIR [ARTICLE]

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IN AND OUT BY AIR rPHE following U today's sche--1 dule of civil aircraft increments at Paya Lebar airport, buigapore: \KKI\ \1 > (iaruda: From Medau IOA UUUi 3.10 p.m.; from Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur iGA 805 > 5.10 p.m.; from Jakarta (OA 802) 8.45 am Thai International: Prom Houk Kong.

Union: Members did 'go slow' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Union: Members did 'go slow' MORE DISHONEST, DAMAGING THAN A STRIKE: RATTRAY SINGAPORE. Thurs. Ti IK S i ii g v p o r c Manual and Mercantile Workers' L'nion admitted today that some of its me hi hers in the P.A.R. Malayan Paint W oiks Ltd. had adopted a

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Sarawak: No dissenters [ARTICLE]

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Sarawak: No dissenters SINGAPORE. Thurs.. There was now no dissenting voice against Malaysia in the Sarawak legislature, the Governor. Sir Alexander Waddell. said here today. Sir Alexander. who ramr here to attend the Eden Hall conference, returned to Kuching today.

Reclamation in harbour area [ARTICLE]

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Reclamation in harbour area PENANG. Thurs. Dredging and rei'lama'aon operations for liic new deepwatcr \\liarves at Butterworth are expected to start .soon in the area south-west of Peul Beacon in Penang harbour. The Federation Marine headquarters today warned vessels to give the area "as wide a berth a.s possible." and

Search for economic tin land must be stepped up [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Search for economic tin land must be stepped up THOMSON: URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO AVOID FALL IN PRODUCTION TIN can remain a pillar of the national economy only if the search for economic deposits is stepped up. Mr. D.C. Thomson, outgoing president of the F.M.S. Chamber of Mines, said this

CALL FOR MINIMUM STOCKPILE PRICE [ARTICLE]

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CALL FOR MINIMUM STOCKPILE PRICE IPOH. Thursday. A CALL lor a reasonable minimum price for U.S. tin stockpile disposals was made by Mr. D. C. 1 Thomson, outgoing president of the F.M.S. Chamber iof Mines, today. Speaking at the chamber's annual meeting, he said: "The market Is largely controlled by

Dalton Brown is new president [ARTICLE]

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Dalton Brown is new president IPOH. Thurs. Mr. H. Dalton Brown was elected president of the FMS Chamber of Mines at its annual meeting here today and Mr. D. R. MUchrll vice-president. The 14 council members are Mr. \V. W. Abel. Senator Chan Kwong Hon. Mr. N. Cleaveland, Mr. O.

David puts a $91 question to Minister [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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David puts a $91 question to Minister- KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— Mr. V. Manickavasagam, Assistant Minister for Labour, was challenged today to say how a worker could live a normal life on $91 a month. The question was put in the House of Representatives by Mr. V. David (SFBongsarK He alleged

Shell offers a scholarship [ARTICLE]

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Shell offers a scholarship KUALA LUMPUR. Tiiurs.— The Shell Company Ls onerlng a scholarship lor a full-time diploma course ut the Technical College here this year. The scholarship ls worth $1,850 a year, and covers tuition fees, hostel ciiarges. textbooks and instruments required for toe course

Power for Govt to invest in gold [ARTICLE]

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Power for Govt to invest in gold KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— The House of Repre sentatives today passed a motion enabling: the Government to buy gold "the most secure of all forms of investment The Minister of Finance, Mr. Tan Slew Sin. who introduced the motion, announced that an initial purchase

Opening of new M.C.A. branch [ARTICLE]

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Opening of new M.C.A. branch PENANQ. Thurs. The Penang MCA president. Mr. Saw Seng Kew. will open the association'! newest branch at Aver Puteti Ward in Boundary Road. Kampong Bhuru. at 11 a.m. on Sunday. The ceremony will be followed by a reception.

Drums of weed poison stolen [ARTICLE]

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Drums of weed poison stolen IPOH, Thurs. Twelve arums containing 1.3441 b of sodium arsenite were reported stolen from the store of the Klabang Kubbtr Estate, seven miles north of here yesterday. The estate manager. Mr. D. C. Peclc, was informed of the theft by one of the sprayers who

MCA branch chief [ARTICLE]

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MCA branch chief BANTING. Tliurs. Mr. Low Y;in Hoe. a rubber dealer. *as been elected president of the !of il branch of the Malayan Cnin.se, Association.

Schoolboy went to watch TV. missing [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Schoolboy went to watch TV. missing SINGAPORE. Thurs.— A schoolboy. K. Sirad:ir.in. 13. who left his home last Saturday to watch television at the Kirn Keit Avenue Community Centre, is mining. Siradaran, a Primary Six student at the McNair School, left home at 5.30 p.m. on May 25 with some

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100 PRIZES of 10 dollars notes. [ARTICLE]

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100 PRIZES of 10 dollars notes. Loo Aik Khoon. tra, Kulim. Mm Siow Seat Kian, 176J Main Road, latin, Malocca. Went Thien Su (I New Village. Kompotig Koh. Sitiowan. Mus Lim, 29, Marshall Road, Singapore. Toy Chye Whett. 10. Tonjong Bungoh Park, Perong Irene Lam, 4 D, Hose Rood, Seremborv

Britain will step up aid for Sarawak, N. Borneo [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Britain will step up aid for Sarawak, N. Borneo SINGAPORE, Thurs. Britain's Permanent Under-Secretary at the Commonwealth Relations Office, Sir Saville Garner, today said that Britain attached "great importance" to the formtitude over Malaysia; Sir Saville. who attended the annual Kden Hall conference of British diplomats which ended yesterday, also

Author to be entertained [ARTICLE]

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Author to be entertained KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. The Malayan Tamil Writers' Association will entertain a South Indian author, Mr. M. R M. Abdul Rahim. who is on a visit to Malaya, to dinner at the Bilal Restaurant here on Monday. Among those attending will be the Minister of Works. Posts

Graduates [ARTICLE]

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Graduates KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— The following Malayans graduated recently from the University of Canterbury In New Zealand: Messrs. On? Boon Kheng, 8.E., Mr. Lim Han-kuo. M. Sc, Mr. Seevaratnam Sinnathamby. B.Sc. Mr. SC. Yoong. B.Ag.Sc., Mr. K.H. Yeow. B.Ag.Sc.. and Mr. Yap Cheng Teh, Dip. Hort.

Smokehouse burned [ARTICLE]

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Smokehouse burned IPOH. Thurs. A rubber smoke house- was destroyed by fire in the Kota Bharoe Estate, near Goprng. on Tuesday. About 15.000 lb of rubber was destroyed.

'CHAIRMAN' WHO GAVE DUD CHEQUE [ARTICLE]

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'CHAIRMAN' WHO GAVE DUD CHEQUE SINGAPORE, Thurs. Koo Kho Chiong, 30, an Illegal Immigrant from Indonesia I who represented himself as an "Influential and wealthy" merchant, was today jailed for 18 months for cheating a Singapore firm of $6,758. Koo, who pleaded not guilty, was said to be the chairman

Court president to be D.P.P. [ARTICLE]

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Court president to be D.P.P. SUNGEI PATANI. Thurs. The President of the Central Kedah Sessions Court, Wan Ismail bin Wan Mohamed Salleh. will go to Kuala Lumpur this week to join the Attorney-General's Office before being posted to Alor Star as Deputy Public Prosecutor for Kedah. He will be succeeded

Trade pact: Australian offer [ARTICLE]

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Trade pact: Australian offer AUSTRALIAN Deputy A Premier and Trade Minister, Mr. J- McEwen. said here today that his country was prepared at any time to enter into a trade agreement with the Malaysian Federation. He was speaking to reporters at Kuala Lumpur Airport during a brief halt KUALA LUMPUR,

Postmaster accused of giving police false information [ARTICLE]

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Postmaster accused of giving police false information JHE POSTMASTER of Lahat, A. Rajaratnam, 35, accused of giving false information to the police, told the magistrate's court here today that he was a member of the Special Investigation Branch in Kuala Lumpur and a Colombo Plan law student. He is alleged

Council Negri approves pay rises for civil seivants [ARTICLE]

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Council Negri approves pay rises for civil seivants KUCHING. Thurs. StrueI tural changes in the Sarawak Civil Service were approved by Council Negri lodav. The Deputy Chief Secretary, Mr. A. R. Snelus told the Council that the changes would Improve considerably the emoluments of officer* In the lowest grades of

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IS RACING CROOKED? – [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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IS RACING CROOKED? KEN PURDY THE FINAL CHAPTER OF THE STORY BY NO one- ever offered me ;< shilling to lei someone else win h mcc," Stirling Moss said, "and Ive not heard of any such Ihin^ being done in mv time. "Certainly drivers in the same team have let

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N-DAY SHOWS BY FLYING CLUB [ARTICLE]

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N-DAY SHOWS BY FLYING CLUB SINGAPORE Thurs. The Royal Singapore Flying Club will hold an air rally iva Lebar Airport on Sunday as Its contribution to National Day celebrations. The flr.-t event— a forced landing competition— will at 10 a.m. This will be followed by a non-.itop programme which will

'BRITISH COPTERS LANDED IN INDONESIA' CHARGE [ARTICLE]

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'BRITISH COPTERS LANDED IN INDONESIA' CHARGE JAKARTA, Tliurv Indonesia protested yesterday agakm alleged violations of Indonesian territory in northern Borneo by luo RAF hcliroplers. The protest was made h\ the Indonesian Air Farce to* Jhe British Em- bassy here. An Air Force spokesman said the helicopters landed for five minutes

'No shackles on Press' declaration by Minister [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'No shackles on Press' declaration by Minister REPLY TO OPPOSITION CHARGES: 'FREEDOM IS ENSHRINED IN THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION 7 THE Government will never tamper with the freedom of the Press which is "enshrined as a sacred objective in the Federal Constitution." This declaration by the tant Minister for Information and

War games show to impress Indonesian Dyaks [ARTICLE]

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War games show to impress Indonesian Dyaks JAKARTA, J hurs. Indonesian troops recently staged a demonstration before Dyak chiefs in Blast Borneo "to refute British propaganda" that they were badly rquipped with out-of-date gear, Antara news agency said today. The chiefs, who travelled from border districts near Sarawak, "expressed their

MURDER COURT TOLD OF DARE [ARTICLE]

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MURDER COURT TOLD OF DARE OINGAPORE, Thurs. A fight between two army signalmen and a naval base carpenter at Jalan Kayu on April 28 ended in the death of the carpenter, a preliminary inquiry was told today. In the dock of the Ninth Magistrate's Court were Signalmen Othman bin Mat

Top rebel gets 15 years [ARTICLE]

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Top rebel gets 15 years KUCHING, Thurs.— A top rebel leader In Sarawak, Salleh bin Sambas, was sentenced by the Llmbang High Court to seven years' jail today for conspiring to overthrow the government by criminal force. He was also sentenced to 15 years for unlawful possession of a Brengun

TWO SOCIALIST LAWYERS TO CONTEST MUNICIPAL POLLS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TWO SOCIALIST LAWYERS TO CONTEST MUNICIPAL POLLS TIWO lawyers will conx test the forthcoming Malacca municipal council elections as Socialist Front candidates, it was learned here today. They are former municipal secretary, Inche Mohanied Ali bin Salleh and Mr. Chan Yew How. Nominations close on June 20. Polling will be

LANSDOWNE IN NEW TALKS ON BRITISH AID FOR DEFENCE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LANSDOWNE IN NEW TALKS ON BRITISH AID FOR DEFENCE KUALA LUMPUR Thurs Britain's Minister of state for Colonial Affairs, Lord Lansdowne. is believed to have re-opened discussions with the Federation Government on British aid for the defence of Malaysia. He arrived here on Tue.sday and has had talks with Tengku

Widow is awarded $19,320 [ARTICLE]

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Widow is awarded $19,320 SINGAPORE, Thurs. Tht Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Wee Chong Jin, today awarded a widow with five children $19,320 and costs for the lost of her husband in a road accident three years ago. Madam Gye Kawai Foil;;. whose husband. Wong Slew Kay, 40. employed by an

Exported raw opium charge [ARTICLE]

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Exported raw opium charge SINGAPORE, Thurs. Cheng Chalc Man, 46. was charged with exporting 1521 b ot raw opium from Singapore to Hontr Konc on Nov. 25, last yea "in l c Bangai He was grained of $5,000 until June 12.

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Police pay boost is being considered [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Police pay boost is being considered MINISTER: BUT THERE IS NO DISCONTENT KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. fHE Minister for Internal Security, Dato (Dr.) Ismail bin Dato Abdul Rahman, today announced that the Government was giving "active consideration" to revising the salaries of members of the police force. He also dismissed opposition

200 miles of road built by self-help [ARTICLE]

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200 miles of road built by self-help KUALA TRENGGANU. Thurs. The Mentn Besar of Trengganu, Dato Haji Ibra- I him Fikn bin Mohamed. I said yesterday that more than 200 miles of kampong roads were built in the State under the Rotong royong isell-helpi scheme ia.st year. He wh speaking

Brunei Scouts for jamboree [ARTICLE]

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Brunei Scouts for jamboree BRUNEI TOWN. Thurs. Tluir BOOttti li;'\ IW" Mltvtffi Horn Brunei distiui to utiond the 11th World Jamboroe to be held in OreeiT in July and AtiKU.st. Tiny Ut MohaniPd Yhsmii bin Awanc Brt, I-"" PiinK Klt and Huaelu Din Haji Sulaiman.

Australia lends a new expert [ARTICLE]

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Australia lends a new expert KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs A .senior official of the A us(rattan Mutual Provident Society, Mr. O. L. Bennett, has been appointed the Fe- deration s new Commissioner Of Insurance. Mr. Bennett, who will arrive with his family here on June 5. succeeds Mr. A. C. Gray,

A girl found in Singapore: Parents go to identify her [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A girl found in Singapore: Parents go to identify her KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— Singapore police have found a girl who is believed to be six-year-old Foo Yoke Yin (above), reported kidnapped on Monday from Klang. According to information received by the Selangor police. the child was found wandering in Singapore.

Clerk convicted of fraud [ARTICLE]

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Clerk convicted of fraud KANGAR. Thutv Abdul Riinim bin Abdul Hamid. 39. a former chief clerk in the Drainage and In mat ion Department here, was sentenced to one year's mil today for mi.sanpropriatini; $6,438 Government funds. He kkv<- notice of appeal and was granted $10,000 bail

Co-op men's gifts [ARTICLE]

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Co-op men's gifts SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Singapore Naval Base Employees' Co-operative Thrift and Lo;in Society ha-s Riven $100 to the Ramaknshnu Mission Boys Home and $100 to the Little Sisters of the Poor.

A CALL FOR AGGRESSIVE' TOUR PROMOTION DRIVE [ARTICLE]

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A CALL FOR AGGRESSIVE' TOUR PROMOTION DRIVE pENANG. Thurs— To make Penanjj better known to tourists an "aggressive" tourist promotion campaign is needed. Senator Cheah Seng Khim. chairman of the Penan* Tourist Association, states in his annual report. "Our state is lagging behind many neighbouring i countries with much less

AAH! RAIN BRINGS RELIEF TO SINGAPORE [ARTICLE]

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AAH! RAIN BRINGS RELIEF TO SINGAPORE SINGAPORE, Thurs. Heavy rain yesterday brought great relief to water short Singapore. And it rained again at lunchtime today. Water stocks Increased by 19.500.000 gallons to 2.375,--100.000 gallons this mornIng. But a Public Utilities Board statement said that more rain was needed before stocks

Youths held for $20,000 robbery [ARTICLE]

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Youths held for $20,000 robbery KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. CELANGOR police have detained two Singapore youths believed to be responsible for the theft of $20,000 worth of chicken essence from a god own belonging to Vernat Eastern Agencies Ltd. at KllMfr*»i R»ci nn Ion K The youths were arrested by three

$2,000 robbery [ARTICLE]

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$2,000 robbery SINGAPORE, Thurs. Thieves broke into a house in Yio Chu Kane Road yesterdny while the owner. Madam Soh Wah. 68, was out and stole $2,000 cash and jewellery. The money wax hidden under a bed.

LEAVE C'WEALTH? 'NO SAYS MUSTAPHA [ARTICLE]

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LEAVE C'WEALTH? 'NO SAYS MUSTAPHA pALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Dato Mustapha bin Dato Harun. Yang di-Per-tuan Negara-designate of North Borneo, said here today that Malaysia should remain In the Commonwealth. He was commenting on the conditions President Soekarno Is reported to have laid down If he Is to drop his opposition

Sand and dagger gang grab 8569 [ARTICLE]

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Sand and dagger gang grab 8569 PENANC;. Thurs. A gang of In escaped with ;i V">li!» p:ivroll a >t niuht after throuir.i; sand at a tor md ;«>•- saiiltine him and a labourer. Mr. Thaaga Rajah via* paving out Maces to about It labourers at a coffee stall at the

New postal agency [ARTICLE]

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New postal agency KUALA LUMPCR. ThW new postal aKency wll bo opened at Merbau Pula.-. Kedah ncrMonday

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Straits Times Crossword OM ACK<>n> 7 The ifwei usually mv to grip* 1. 8 May turn out 10 have now- with mem (6. 3. Si. forKotten «lrmeiu of Eliza- 12. One of our characteristic exbethan drama i 3. 3. 9. 2. 6> pressions? (10). Soft lightweight dart <6>. 14. It

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS It Word. $11 CABLE RECEIVED PROM CylOD mother of t). Thlagu-ajah Ovtriw Works s.nd Building* passed away pnerfullv on 30-.VA3. CHIAM EWE EONC aurd 62 pasurd twsy 30-.VK.I at 2.25 am. He leaves i.rhind widow thrre sons Chin* Kan, ennui Hooo. Cheng Keat and two riaiiKhters to mourn tbelr

The Straits Times Friday, May 31, 1963.

New Hope In Laos? [ARTICLE]

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New Hope In Laos? It is too early to talk of a turning point in the Laotian crisis, but the joint statement {issued by Britain and Russia, j co-chairmen of the Geneva conference, is certainly the most constructive thing that has happened since fighting broke out on the Plain of

Tin Outlook [ARTICLE]

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Tin Outlook As the tin price edges somewhat hesistantly nearer the £910 level at which the buffer 'stock manager may sell, the suggestion is being revived that presently he should sell. The advice comes mainly from 'London, but astonishingly it has also found the odd echo here and there in

Asa Fund [ARTICLE]

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Asa Fund The A.S.A. Fund now contains $3 million, and Malaya, Thailand and the Philippines will each be making two fuither contributions of SI million a year. The total fund of S'J million will not be large enough to finance any really spectacular schemes for mutual economic advantage. It may

TSHOMBE STRIPPED OF HIS LAST SYMBOLS OF POWER [ARTICLE]

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TSHOMBE STRIPPED OF HIS LAST SYMBOLS OF POWER by Susan Fuller EL ISABETII VILLE, Thurs Outside the long, low anchovy-sauce-coloured palace of President Tshombe, groups of disconsolate Katangeae are today staring at the sentry boxes on either side of the iron gates. Until the combined United Nations and Congolese action

LETTER

Johore's cheer j maniacs [LETTER]

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Johore's cheer j maniacs (CONSIDERABLE attention has been drawn to the present cholera epidemic, but I have so far seen no comment on another public menace, the taxi drivers of South Johore. These homicidal maniacs drive very heavy, fast cars, and frequently overtake on bends too sharp for them to

Germ dump [LETTER]

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Germ dump MAY I through the A medium of your paper draw the urgent attention of the Ipoh health authorities to the municipality's rubbish dump at Sillbln. Millions of flies are breedIng at this dump and with the present cholera outbreak nothing seems to have been done to stop the

A clean-up [LETTER]

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A clean-up YOUR sub-leader, "Cleaner Towns" (B.T. May 28) Is timely. Malacca especially, should start rlghtaway a vigorous "keep your town, kampong, and State clean" campaign. It Is time the councillors stopped quarrelling, the authorities woke up, and the citizens were alive to the dangers of flies as carriers of

The reserves [LETTER]

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The reserves IT Is reported that the Government, to deal with the Increasing demand for anti-cholera inoculations, has decided to recruit retired nurses. While appreciating the Government's efforts, I cannot understand why the health authorities have not called upon members of the Singapore hospital reserve who have been trained for

Capital labour: How Malaya is closing the gap [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Capital labour: How Malaya is closing the gap V. MANICKAVASAGAM BY MR. LABOUR AND SOCIAL VtiLFMI IN the old days in Malaya, which I am told, were not the good old days in the field of labour, the protection of the interests and welfare of the workers was left entirely

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Pay day: And police are out in force [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pay day: And police are out in force KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. —Policemen were seen all over Kuala Lumpur today vi offices, factories, outside banks and on the roads —as tight security measures were taken to prevent further pay day snatches. A security organisation nere .said it has received requests from

Patriotic Fund [ARTICLE]

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Patriotic Fund KUALA LUMPUR. Thui> Malayan newspapers today collected »2.719.35 for the National Patriot ir Fund bringing their total to $678.*****.

Schoolboy on theft charge [ARTICLE]

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Schoolboy on theft charge aiNOAPORK. TtUtn. A schoolbuy. ran Kok KoMK. 19. pleaded oday to robbing another sctu»lboy. Seou Gim Guan. of in the lobby of the Globe, cinema al ihe Great World Parlc 18 Ho fttM admitled a previous conviction for theft, for winch he was placed on a

GANGLAND ARMS CACHE SEIZED [ARTICLE]

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GANGLAND ARMS CACHE SEIZED SINGAPORE. Thurs. Police uncovered a cache of homemade gangland weapons last night when they raided a house in the notorious Lorong Tai Seng area during an "Operation Sen.jata" patrol. The weapons seized in eluded rifle, two pistols .md nine rounds uf am munition. Axe found Police

The Barisan case is sent to a district court [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The Barisan case is sent to a district court DEFENCE SEEKS TRIAL BY THE HIGH COURT SINGAPORE, Thursday. 'J'HE 12 Barisan Sosialis leaders alleged to have been involved in the City Hall disturbances on April 22 will be tried before the First Criminal District Judge, Mr. Choor Singh, unless the

'why ENGLISH ONLY?' GOVT IS I- ASKED – [ARTICLE]

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'why ENGLISH ONLY?' GOVT IS I- ASKED I KUANTAN. Thurs.— The Federation Government was criticised in the State Legislative Assembly today for not making provision for the printing of Pahangs 1963 estimates in Malay. Inche Zainuddin bin Haji Ahmad 'All-Ulu Kuantan'i said this was contrary to oftlrial policy to make

Raid gang takes lorry, too [ARTICLE]

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Raid gang takes lorry, too SINGAPORE, Thun.7— Armed robber* broke into a sundry shop in Braddell Road yesterday and took away Sl.luu worth of goods. $85 in cash and also the lorry belonging to the shop. Two shop assistants. Low Choo Chens. -0. and Kok Ah 800. 25, were in

Democracy Fund [ARTICLE]

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Democracy Fund KUALA LUMPUR Thurs. A cheque ol $29,000 tor the Save Democracy Fund was received today from readers of •Tamil Nesan" ,by the Prime Ministers Depart- ment.

FREED-A CLERK 'IN ! TOPSY-TURVY LICENCE OFFICE* [ARTICLE]

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FREED-A CLERK 'IN TOPSY-TURVY LICENCE OFFICE* KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. A clerk In the Road Transport Department in Batu Road here told the Sessions Court, today that many documents j got lost in his office' "because everything is in a topsy-turvy condition "To my knowledge, most of the records kept in

An exhibition [ARTICLE]

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An exhibition SINGAPORE. Thurs— The parliamentary secretary to the .Mir.iiiry of Education. Mr. l.er Khoou Chov. will o»oi) a photographic exhibition of tlie M;ilay>ia Arts Research Society ai the National Library on Sunday at 11 a.m.

$4m loss for Railway [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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$4m loss for Railway KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday T»HE Malayan Railway Administration said today it expects a deficit of almost $4 million this year. The 1962 accounts would also show a loss. Stringent economy measures were beinp taken. The Railway was explaining why passenger services on the Sultan Street-Ampang line were

Asa Fund to begin with $9 million [ARTICLE]

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Asa Fund to begin with $9 million KUALA LUMPUR. Thursday. T^HE ASA (Association of South-East Asia) P'und is to be launched initially with S9 million to finance projects of the three member nations Malaya. Thailand and the Philippines. According to the report of the second meeUnc> ol Asa Foreign Ministers

CATHAY PACIFIC JET'S RECORD [ARTICLE]

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CATHAY PACIFIC JET'S RECORD (Singapore. Thun A Convair jot aircraft belonging to Cathay Pacific Airways this morning flow from Singaporo to Hong Kong direct In a retard time of two hours and 54 minutes. The aircraft, piloted by Cd plain A B. Armstror ried a crew of nine and i»4

He used name of his boss [ARTICLE]

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He used name of his boss SINGAPORE. Thun Kho Han Chiang, .in < majon rii* honestly usrd hi- employers tU lo place an order lor 1 888 ulr- Iron) a ihop 1:1 Upixr dun CbN Street, Senior In.-necor T iS. Zain told a magistrates couri I today. Kho. who admitted

Singapore invites 17 Malaysia YIPs [ARTICLE]

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Singapore invites 17 Malaysia YIPs SINGAPORE. Thurs Seventeen YIP.- from Malaya. Sarawak. North Borneo and Brunei lune bern Intttcd tn the National Day celebrations on Monday as guests <>f the Singapore Oovernme.it They Include thf I Uon Minister >>i Tran port. Dato Sardon bin H;iil Jubir. and [nche Mohamed Sharllf

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'Industrialists should get I together' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Industrialists should get I together' MOK SIN PIN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL NEWS.. -By OUR MARKET STAFF AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER CHIEF PROPOSAL By A SUGGESTION that leading Singapore and Australian industrialists form themselves into a body for periodical trade talks was made in Singapore by Mr. T. M. Ramsay, president of the

New Lloyd Triestino liner due tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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New Lloyd Triestino liner due tomorrow LLOYD Triestino's largest, fastest and ultra modern passenger liner, Galileo Galilei, arrives in Singapore tomorrow on her maiden Italy Australia voyage. On board will be the managing director. Mr. S. Cirrincione and his wife. The ship, of 27.800 gross registered tons, has accommodation for

NO-HANGOVER BRANDY FOR MALA VANS [ARTICLE]

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NO-HANGOVER BRANDY FOR MALA VANS MALAYA, with Singapore, ranks as the No. 3 consumer ot Courvoisler Cognac (Napoleon) brandy. Mr. PL. Palcstrino. a delegate of the firm said in Kuala Lumpur. Mr. Palestrlno, who was on a tour of Malaya last week to find out how Malayans were appreciating cognac

Air India's top level reshuffle [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Air India's top level reshuffle MR. B. B. GULATI who has been Singapore manager for Air India for the past six years will be leaving tomorrow for Hong Kong where he will take over the managership. He is succeeded in Singapore by Mr. C. S. Pinto who for the past

Swiss drug agents [ARTICLE]

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Swiss drug agents HAUSMANN Laboratories Inc. of Switzerland, have .ippolnted People's Pharmacy of Malacca as their sole agents for Malaysia. Mr. Aldo Guglielmetti. vice president of Hausmann. announced during a visit to Malaya last week. Hausmann's many products Include an intramuscular iron injection to be sold locally under the trade

LONDON POST FOR H.S.B.C. MANAGER. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LONDON POST FOR H.S.B.C. MANAGER. FROM tomorrow. Mr. G.P. Stubbs will assume the managership of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd. at Collyer Quay. Singapore. He succeeds Mr. 1.J.0. Cruikshank who has been manager since early 1959 and who is being transferred to the London office of the bank,

Big opportunities here for French investment says envoy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Big opportunities here for French investment says envoy AUSTEN ZECHA By MALAYA'S industrial- 1"1" 1 isation programme and the formation of Malaysia will increase her trade relations with France, the French Commercial Attache in Kuala Lumpur. Mr. Jean Geronimi, said before flying to Paris on a thiee-month vacation. Mr. Geronimi

AIA meeting [ARTICLE]

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AIA meeting The unit manager of American International Assurance Co Ltd Singapore. Mr. Yip Chun Houng Soo. has left to attend a two-week convention of the company at Macau. The convention will later be held In Penang.

UK-trained tailor back [ARTICLE]

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UK-trained tailor back MR. JERRY C.Y. Yik. who had been in England since 1960 studying the Engilsh method of tailoring and cutting, has returned to Singapore to Join Bee Chow Tailoring Co. owned by his father, Mr. Ylk Lin Fun. Mr. Jerry Yik, who mastered the art of tailoring and

MALAYA IN FULL COLOUR AT N.Y. FAIR [ARTICLE]

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MALAYA IN FULL COLOUR AT N.Y. FAIR GIANT, full colour pictures of people and places in Singapore and the Federation are to be displayed at the 1964 65 New York World's Fair and are expected to be seen by an estimated 70 million visitors. The pictures will be shown at

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A Housing Board achievement [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A Housing Board achievement Prime Minister will officially open building today ■JIIK Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, will open the Singapore Housing Baud's •'showpiece,' 1 the $3.8 million multistorey Selcgie House at 7 p.m. toda> the landing in the 10th storey in 30 seconds and it takes only a

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SPECIALLY BUILT FOR TENANTS' CONVENIENCE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SPECIALLY BUILT FOR TENANTS' CONVENIENCE Cantilevering restaurant is special feature of new Singapore landmark COMMANDS PANORAMIC VIEW 'piIK Selegie Road Short Street Development is in fact an extension to the already existing Albert and Rocfaore Estates. The 2 -acre site is flanked on the west and east by Selegie Road

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I THE UNITED I I CHINESE BANK I A E VE CONGRATULATES PLEASURE ANNOUNCING THF THE SINGAPORE opening HOUSING BOARD 1 BRANCH ON THE COMPLETION OF AT SELECIE HOUSE SELEGIE HOUSE

Ready for occupation [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Ready for occupation AMPLE SPACE FOR CAR PARKS Flats compact but spacious MTHE Selegie House is situated on a two acre site flanked on the west and east by Seiegie Road and Short Street respectively. It adjoins the famous Albert Street better known as the "night eating street" at the

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SINGAPORE HOUSING BOARD FOR SUCCESS ON SELEGIE HOUSE SINGAPORE STEEL WELDED MESH MFG. CO. SELANGOR STEEL WELDED MESH CO. FEDERATION (M) ADDRESS SINGAPORE ADDRESS: 23 JALAN TANDANG |7| PAYA ÜBAR ROAD PETALING JAVA KUALA LUMPUR SINGAPORE 14 MALAYA TELEPHONE: ***** TELEPHONE 582»2 82 127 I Our 1

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NOW! THE CHARTERED BANK IS OPENING A NEW BRANCH AT 2 SELEGIE HOUSE, SELEGIE ROAD, ON IST JUNE. Opei a Savings Aeeotmt and get FREE Personal Accident Insurance g^ If you open a Savings Account at the ri€W branch of the Chartered Bank at «gs«S^|b^ 2 Selegie House or. if

ECAFE expert is impressed [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ECAFE expert is impressed 'End of social evil is in sight' The Board's flats are the cheapest in the world SINGAPORE Housing Board's low<osi housing programme which is said to be the largest in Asia is an amazement lo \isilin^ housing experts, Ikis scored vei another success in the completion

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y^4\THE mau MBN'f i) am A\ /x is n k j^v err—^? A A THE OPENING SOON feffii SELEGIE HOUSE SUB-BRANCH HSJ Savings Account Service [tiTX Coins Bank Savings Account Service 111 a. Sate Deposit Box Service S fral Lady -in -Pink Service $jk Fixed Deposit Service Customers will be

An important shopping area [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An important shopping area AS Selegie House will become a very important shopping area, the car park is intended to facilitate parking for shoppers. Provision will be made for 110 cars parked in a circular area specially marked oil" for the purpose. A further proposal being considered is the construction

Selegie Househow flats are rented out [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Selegie Househow flats are rented out THE Singapore Housing Board's newest completed project Selegie House will have flats rented out on the basis of the number of rooms per flat. A two-room flat will rent out at $60. A three-room flat will .ent out it $90. A four-room flat will

Water is no problem for the tenants [ARTICLE]

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Water is no problem for the tenants A RESERVOIR containing quarter million gallons of water is perched atop the heads of 350.000 people mjo will occupy the multistorey flats in Selegie House. In these days of acute water shortage, it is quite an attraction for a would-be flat dweller in

Visionary behind the scenes [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Visionary behind the scenes rpHREE years ago a 1 young architect came home to Singapore with a vision after completing eight years of study in Britain. He is Mr S.S. Tan and the vision was to improve the face of Singapore. Singapore which is a land of opportunity, gave him

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"A Fine Building A Fine Achievement" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SINGAPORE HOUSING BOARD On the completion of SELEGIE HOUSE COMFORT ELECTRICAL. HYGIENE SEWERAGE WATER PIPE SERVICES 23. TANJONG PAGAR ROAD SINGAPORE, 2. TEL: ***** 1 8. R. C. WELDMESH (M) LTD. SOLE manufacturers of B.R.C. FABRIC and WELDMESH MALAYAN WIRE CO.,

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CONGRATULATIONS from SINGAPORE ENGINEERS LIMITED Manufacturers of quality hollow concrete blocks. sth Floor, Hong Building 9 10, Phillip Street, SINGAPORE 1. Tel: ***** *****. TO THE SINGAPORE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BOARD on the completion of SELEGIE HOUSE

Very skilled labour was used in the housing project [ARTICLE]

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Very skilled labour was used in the housing project SELECIE HOUSE SUPPLEMENT A LABOUR force of 151.212 men and women <"• was engaged in the building of the Singapore Housing and Development Board's Selegie House project. They vary from the odd-job labourer, the woman who carries a load of bricks

LOVELY WORK IN PROGRESS VIEW FROM HOUSE TOP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LOVELY WORK IN PROGRESS VIEW FROM HOUSE TOP DWELLERS on the top floors of the Singapore Housing Board's Selegie House, wili have a magnificent view of Singapore. As a Board official put it: "It is remarkable that although Selegie House flats are so inland, yet they command a wonderful view

That glare no more hurts [ARTICLE]

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That glare no more hurts rpHE Singapore housing and Development Board, on completion of the three million dollar Selegie House, found that the adjoining roof of the twostorey shop houses reflected a glare on the flat- dwellers way high up. To eradicate this glare, the Board mosaicked the chemically treated

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We would like to shout from the roof-top of Selegie House that we were responsible for all Ihe doors and windows in the building. But. being modest chaps, and since this sort of work is nothing new lo us, we feel that this paragraph should do. Don't you? Congratulations to

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feMcALISTER tfc CO., LTD. IK N« JI3JI <V^ ELLERMAN LINE «5c KLAVENESS LINE LONOON. HAMIURE, IOIIERDAM, IBS ANSEUS, SAN FRANCISCO lUm. HULL i MIBOLESBROUE* SEATTLE VANCOUVER I PORTIAND CITT W WELUNSTONt Atciiun carga far CiatnJ t SMtt i trm S'lujaj aarlTilim. —la Part 1 Jau BRONXVILU t Als. calls iMiamaa)

INDUSTRIALS STILL BOOM: NEW BROKERS ADMITTED [ARTICLE]

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INDUSTRIALS STILL BOOM: NEW BROKERS ADMITTED From Our Market Correspondent INDUSTRIAL shares con--1 Untied their advance on a wide front on the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday and the turnover in the section was good. The index rose to a new height of IMJt Practically every share which was dealt in

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE (COMBINED business in Oaf Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday, with the number ol the shares traded in brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Beuttead (3.000) 51. 70. (6.000) *l.i»: Ounlepa (I.UOO) *2 S6. (4.O00) |t.tT D. (2U.000) 12.55. I.iHKD S2>6: East Smelt. BaVJI Kl..

Tin drops nearly $2: Rubber price recovers [ARTICLE]

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Tin drops nearly $2: Rubber price recovers STRAITS tin 101 l sharply by $1 .75 to $457.37 i yesterday on an offering estimated Increased by 20 tons to 255 tons. In London overnight tin was steady, and prices showed no mate- < rial change after a moderate ring business. Apart

STOCK INDIICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDIICES Malayan Stock I indices May 29 ndustrials: 115.74 ~in.\: UUI S rubber*: 114.02 lire. 29. 1962 May 3d 1 1 1. i. 114.92 114.02 100.

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Thurs CH ARF values eased in increased activity, but most iiio\f, wer*> small. Colonial Sujar steadied lo closa at 635. rkl. Oils) were steady to flnnw and base metals .str:iciy Loam weie firm. c.R.A id Mount Ita N Broken Hill (10s.) Ampol Petroleum i aj Aust. Con

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES lUNE first icraoe rubber bliytrs t.e.b. clantl at S p m in Sinat T4i cents :>er lr>. Bp MM v rent. The tune DM quiet R.A.B. and F.M.R E. doting pncn in cents Dtr lb. yesterday: Int. 1 R. 8.8. vrompt f.o.b. buyers 74), sillrni 74,' (Ni. Im

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lying aleniside the Singapore Marbeur wharve* «r ciptcteel teday ara: Ulenroy M/ 88, Kmpire Klttiwmka B ."J. John Lyke» 6/7. Jutl.'india 4.,. Luna Uaersk 4/.~i. Tjltjalri^k.t BA, Rajula a 31, Miyotama Mum 1 Banana 40/41, Braealde 13/14, Kniuht Templar 44. Badao N.W. 3, Tronoh K.W. Jetty.

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES MAY 30. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 74s cents (up one-eighth of a cent). TIN: 5457.37} (down 51.75). Estimated unofficial offering 255 tons (up 20 tons).

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS (OFFICIAL QUOTATION*) Majr 30. Thrrt montba. Dunlops IV ct. K. Smrlter.i '2U eta. Kaso 21 eta. r. ft N. 18 eta. Caramon MMa. Hum* pref.v 16 cia. > Uirnr 44 .-OMtf 4*4. J. Wausb 17 eta. s. Trai tion 1 1 M. Brew 33 eta. Shell 16 eta.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES MINEIE Product fi chants. Binsja. Bar* naan prices ptr picul yesterday: Caaanut all: bulk 143 1 Mllcra. drum »4hi Matara. Cspra: May/June UK/Continent *2*t Buyers. Pipptr: Muntok white Sl42| sellers, Sarawak white $140 acllera. special Sarawak black S»S aellera. (arhlrd LampooK black S97i aellrrs. asi a. SlOTi acllera.

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES TMI Malayan lithjn,. Banna* ciatiMi made lh»»r ihnnun Id Ua rmt«a to mercheuita yesterday (all rat<-a to S100): lallini TT .r OO rtady: »«<•• Franei 1401: Franaa Francs 1 Dsutiahi Marks l»l: Italian Llr. *****. On the Iras exehafics marNtt 'i Book Kong yestcrdny tbe U.S. dallai ,ii

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M KAWASAKJ KISEN KAISHA. LTD. U.S.A. Pacific, Atlantis, «fc Great Lakes scrvit* Loao> tuao' kM |M kM ti» tit S'pori S>an> r>onc -i'u a f'ci^cc l atasaaa m vara u>ik ko kawikaaa Man' 1 It Pin 21 Jim 21 Just 2 Jily 11 July 1 la] •lll'in IWIIhi 2*MJist 21

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■■IiiBiIHHHA JiiUULiiiil CoM ot BARCELONA As from 25th Juno 1963 from Marseilles Outward and 10th August 1963 from Singapore Homeward our T.v. "VIET NAM" "LAOS" "CAMBODGE" will coll BARCELONA every month for PASSENGERS and FREIGHT Singapore: Tel. ***** (Passage), ***** (Freight) K.L. Tel. ***** Pt. Swettenham Tel. 6695 Penang Tel.

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\>\\ HOEGH LINES V" FOR CANADA-GREAT LAKES HOEGH SILVERSTREAM accepting cargo for Halifax and for Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton with fast railage Prom Halifax or St. John NB. Spore P. S'hom Penoog Itf Coll 2/6 June 7/*J«m« 20/21 Jun. 2nd Coll 14/19 June •PM HARPER GILFILLAN tfc CO., LTD. SiMiSS"

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS CENTRAL ELECTRICITY BOARD I'OMIR STATION CHEMIST Applications ar. invited for ihe l«)st of Pupil Power Station Chrmust from suitably qualified Federal or Singapore citizens. Tl.r duties of the post will oe to serve in any of the board's power slut ions for a period of 2 yrmrs. The

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS j SINGAPORE GOVERNMENT VACANCIES Only applicants with the stipulated qualifications nred apply. Candidates must satisfy the usual citizenship and residential qualifications. 1. SOCIAL CASE WORKER,! Social Welfare Department SALARY SCALE: $360 X 20A 400/B/445 x 20A 525 x 25A 600/B/625 x 25A 800 p.m. QUALIFICATIONS Si EXPERIENCE: A

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS Applications are invited from Federal Citizens and irom permuneiii serving Government Officers, including those on probation, loi the potjts, ot PRODUCTION OFFICERS (Division Ii in me Malay. English, Chinese and Indian Services ol the Department of Television, Federation ot Malaya. Sautry Scale: *6U x U--838/863 x 28-1,087 with

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I Continued from Page It) SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED SEVERAL SMART, cood looking Ktrl an waitrcsse*. Apply personally to Island Bar 241 Orchard Road. Spore v. Telephone 34J08. Between 4 00 to 10.00 p.m. CLERK OF WORK* a* Rlldint t* SUM' oils buildin. ar*j**t in SiDu. Sarawak. Reply to BOX AS42S

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I HOUSES k LAND FOR SALE -Vi Wardt SS (Him.)— Box St rts. txtra EXCELLENT INVESTMENT PROPERTY: Two-Btorcv Building; containing 2 Plats. Area about I'.'.uOO square feet. Singapore House. Land A Kalate Agency. (B'pore) Telephone *****. FOUR SEASIDE HOUSES la Paslr Panjang Road. St Milestone. Sandy beach Title: Freehold. Area

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TUITION M H ordt S- I Him I— Box it ct: rxtra SPICIALIIID COACHINO in CogInn. atatbematics for all steoadartts. Koaurc success by starting Immediately Kor quick results:- ***** between 2.00 p.m. 4.00 p.m BUILD CHILD'S rUTURB OB flrm foundation Kngilsh. Matbs. Science. Tuition: Primary VI Entrance /Senior BzprnrncM Mailer

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VEHICLES FOR SALE tt Ward* ti (Him.)— Bax St ctt. txtra TRIUMPH HERALD lf>o in r rst Clas* uoodi'ion S3.OUu.UO 0.n.0 Mat- th*»*. v.B.C. (8) Ltd.. Bukit Tunab Road. B'pore. FIAT 1500 June IM2 Accident free, On* European owner. Mileage 12.600 53.70 C- Pbon* 8 pore "601 ext 3. Office

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FOR SALE Word* SS (Mm.) Box SH ct: txtra DON'T BE OtGEIVSO B> offer* of cheap Beauog Aida witnout Important Audiometrii. examination. W* offer an Year* Guarantee, trade-in*. instaUnctiis I and low prices Horn SM)/-. Deaf A i i Emporium. Bin«apo>e: t. Boons n Btreet, Telephone '.M'..<2. K. Lumpur: China

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THE F.M.S. CHAMBER OF MINES Speech delivered by the President, Mr. I). Thomson at the Fifty second Annual General Meeting j held at Ipoh on Thursday :iOth May, 1963. (ientlenirii. We are honoured by the pre.sence ol the Minister of Commerce and Industry today and I must express our thanks

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lo be immediately available in weekly offerings; no minimum pi ice uas mentioned. Repeated repi esentations to the U.S. Government by the International Tin Council to urge adoption of a policy ol co-operation in connection with these disposals appear to ha\e been only partially successful, insolar as a decision for

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TENDERS HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT I BOARD TENDERS are invited for the SUPPLY. DELIVERY TO SITES AND INSTALLATION OF 161 ELEVATOR PLANTS in 16 Blocks of 10-Storey Flats at MacPherson Road iS i Balance Contracts II and IX Tender Forms, etc. may be obtained from the Building Depart- ment. Room 3-10,

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NOTICES I PENANG PORT COMMISSION TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT BIRTHDAY OF II M. 1 111 YANG DI-PERTIAN AGUNG STH Jl'N'E. 19C3. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ships will be worked on the above holiday. Orders for labour and lighters must be furnished to ihe Tiafflc Manager's Office before 4 p.m. on the

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NOTICE NOTICE In the Matter of I \KI I TIN FIELDS LIMITED And In the Matter of tbe Companies Ordinance 1940-1946. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Order ot the Supreme Court of the Federation of Malaya in the High Court at Kuala Lumpur dated the 20th day of May

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TENDER HOUSING ft DEVELOPMENT BOARD TENDERS are Invited for the construction of roads, culverts and drains at Resettlement Area 7, Chua Chu Kang Road 13 m.s.. Singapore. Tender form and all other particulars may be obtained from the office of the Surveyor Planner. Housing <fc Development Board. Ground Floor Prineew

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SIME DARBY HOLDINGS LIMITED LOST SIIAKI I KltH( VII The following shar- certificates have occn reported lost or destroyed: Certificate Number ol Number Nairn- Shares 8166 Goci Nomun.es Llmi'.ed 2.500 5447 Peter Estcourt Watkins 1 UOO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that if within 'hir;v <: date thereof no claim or

Hareitta shows form in 3f workout [ARTICLE]

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Hareitta shows form in 3f workout RACING by Epsom w "r iTiil fcSt^Sr UAREITTA showed striking form in training! at Bukit Timah this morning when she sprinted 3f in 36 15. This mare (by Sir I Edward) should open her winning .account at the June meeting here. Parramatta (Johnny Wilson

SELANGOR GOVT GIVES $15,000 FOR FMAAU OPEN MEET [ARTICLE]

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SELANGOR GOVT GIVES $15,000 FOR FMAAU OPEN MEET KEN FERNANDEZ By KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The Selangor Government has approved a grant of $15,000 towards staging the Malayan Open athletic cnampionships at Kuala Lumpur from Aug. 21 to 24. Inche Lokman bin Yusof, deputy chairman of the FMAAU organising committee for

SOCCER No Number 13 jersey in HK Chinese tour kit [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER No Number 13 jersey in HK Chinese tour kit KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. There was no Number 13 jersey In the kit of the Hong Kong Chinese footballers who arrived here by air today i from BangkoK for their annual Ho Ho Cup match against Malayan Chinese at Penang on

BARCELONA WINS 2 RACES IN ONE AFTERNOON [ARTICLE]

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BARCELONA WINS 2 RACES IN ONE AFTERNOON SINGAPORE. Thurs.— Barcelona,] late War Warning, was winner of TWO races in one afternoon al i country meeting in Australia. H:iiT<-lona is among several new Australian horses entered for the June meeting which begins here on Sunday. In November last year, Barcelona visited

Japanese and HK riders arrive [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Japanese and HK riders arrive CYCLING •4UALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— The Japanese and Hong Kong riders for the Asian cycling championships here from June 2 to 8 arrived together by Malayan Airways trom Bangkok today. The Japanese team: led Or manager Hiroshi Hosono, ure Omiya Masashi. (.Asian Games 169 kilometres silver

SUMMARY [ARTICLE]

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SUMMARY SOCCER— Penanr Dlv. 2: City Council 7 Eastern Smelting 1 Ipoh Div. 1: Cheng Wah 1 Kinta Indians 1; Div. 2: Irish Hussars 5 Malays 0. Taiping Lge: Persaiuan Melayu 'A' 6 Town Council 1. Krian Lge: Tali Ayer 1 MES 0 K. Muda Lcr: Pemuda 4 Sg To'pawang

DARLENE: [ARTICLE]

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DARLENE: No more tours after marriage LONDON, Thurs. Darlene Hard United States) who for several years has been one of the world's leading women lawn tennis players, announced yesterday that she was retiring from international play at the end of this season. Darlene, 27, who is competing in the Surrey

Flavell does a lbw hattrick [ARTICLE]

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Flavell does a lbw hattrick T ONDON. Thurs.— Jack Plavell. 34, Worcestershire and former England fast bowler, became the second man In cricket history to perform the hattrick with three successive lbw decisions, wlilln playing against Lancashire at Old! Tralford yesterday. Plavell's victims were Harold Pilling, Jack Dyson and Peter;

Sportsfront [ARTICLE]

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Sportsfront CI BAM plans a rosy future but present is important too HALF measures will not do for badminton's chief Inche Mohamed Khir Johari in his determination to put the game on its feet again in Malaya. To bring the Malayan Thomas Cup players to a physical peak for thj

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FOR QUALIT? FIRST «AKS COMMERCIAL VEHICLES I N Malaysia MOSBlft- WOLSELEY-® li»3 is call at MALAYAN MOTORS LTD., 14/20 ORCHARD ROAD, SINGAPORE JMSiMw f 1 M 1 k MORRIS MIN. MORRIS MINOR MORRIS COOPER MORRIS MINI MORRIS MINI MORRIS MINI MORRIS MORRIS MINOR MORRIS MINOR MORRIS MORRIS OXFORD MINOR EXPORT

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SOCCER— Ipoh Div. 2: PWD v Cl'angkat Kinding (Jn Abdul Jalll>; Perak River Hydro v Shaw Bros (Coronation grdi; Dlv. S: Police v Medicals (Lower Coronation grd). TENNlS— Penang Sports Club championships (Western Rd. 5.15). ATHLETICS Pahang Police sports (Clifford Sch. grd. K. Uplsi; Sultan Yussof Schools cross-country race (B.

In—a shipload of water [ARTICLE]

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In a shipload of water HONG KONG, Thurs.— Drought hit Hong Kong today imported the first shipment of 250,000 gallons ol water from Japan. It was a "private enterprise" move by A.S. Watson and Co., one of the Colony's largest soft drink manufacturers. Reuter.

Peace corps now abused [ARTICLE]

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Peace corps now abused JAKARTA. Thurs. About 150 shouting and singing demonstrators today greeted 17 U.S. peace corps volunteers on their arrivals in Indonesia. They yelled "Yankee Imperialists" and waved banners reading "peace corps go home." Reuter.

Hunt for hold-up gang [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Hunt for hold-up gang RESERVE UNIT policemen stand by for a houseto house search soon after the car used by the SI 1.000 hold-up sane in Singapore was found abandoned in Kirn Yam Road. The car. a llolden is seen on the left. At the scene (in foreground) was the

SOBERS PUTS W.I. AHEAD [ARTICLE]

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SOBERS PUTS W.I. AHEAD LONDON. Train.. An exciting 86 not oui by Garneld Sobers had taken the West Indian tourists into the lead against Somerset by tea at Bath today. In reply to the county's 205, the tourists were 238 for three at the interval. Tea scores in county matches:

LONDON STOCK [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCK LONDON, Thurs. The long account in stock markets ended on a cheerful note today. The Government's move to assist the shipbuilding industry, following closely on its new housing plans, helped sentiment and encouraged buyers. Gilts surged ahead in early dealings an;; although they eased from their best levels

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON. Thurs. Spot 33 9/16 d July 22 'jd., Aug. 22 4 d.. Sept. 22Sd. July/Bept. 224 d.. Oct./ Dec. 23 7/16 d., Jan. Mar. 22 7/1 6 d Apr./ June 22 7/16 d., July /Sept. 22\d.. Oct./ Dec. 22\d.. ci.f. June 33d.. July 23d. Aug. 22 1/ltid. Tone:

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON. Thurs. Buyers £907 fellers £908. Forward buyers £907. sellers £907 > Settlement £9084. Turnover a.m. 240 tons, p.m delayed. Tone: Steady but quiet.

This is not end of free port status—Premier [ARTICLE]

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This is not end of free port status Premier SINGAPORE. Thura. j—- MR. Lee Kuan Yew today clarified a statement made yesterday on Singapore's progressive entry into the Malaysia common market. U&der the terms of the joint statement agreed between Tun Abdul Razak and himself there would be a "gradual

PROTESTS OVER RAIL, POST INCREASES [ARTICLE]

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PROTESTS OVER RAIL, POST INCREASES JAKARTA. Tburs. A storm of protest arisen over 400 per cent increases in railway fares and postal, telephone and telegraph charge* from Saturd.i' The ('oimmi'iist trader. I) K. Aidit. in a telegram to th« Kirst Minister. Dr. n.iii.m.!.. urged thr Government to rescind it* plan.

Church: No visions [ARTICLE]

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Church: No visions NEW YORK. Thurs The Catholic church has discounted reports ol miraculous cures at a farm near Corpus Christi. Texas, where a woman claims to have seen a vision of the Virjin Mary on an old i wooden cistern A.s many as 5.000 visitors a day have invaded

Bid to end water shortage [ARTICLE]

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Bid to end water shortage PARIS. Thin- Bsperta irom 48 countries prewired spocilic proI posals to combat the world 's ing shortage of water at a ninrday conference which ended here today. The proposals will be submit led to an inter-Rovernmental conference due to meet in March, paving the way

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MAL's first plane [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MAL's first plane The Fokker Friendship CAPT. MOI.LAKI) A legend in his own time.

FROM AIRSPEED CONSUL TO the FRIENDSHIP [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FROM AIRSPEED CONSUL TO the FRIENDSHIP MAUY4N AfRWAITS El In 16 momentous years MAL has continued to keep up with times A signature and the first new plane is on its way gIXTEEN years! A short time by any calculation. But for Malayan Airways which began operations in May 1917,

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ONCE MET, A NEVER FORGOTTEN FRIEND [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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ONCE MET, A NEVER FORGOTTEN FRIEND QNC V. you have made friends with the Fokker Friendship, you can never forget it. Its shape is distinctive, its comfort superb. There are more beautiful planes and more luxurious furnishings but a llight on the Friendship is an experience which time cannot fade.

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Congratulations to the Friendly Service For many years now Malayan Airways have always supplied their passengers with Andrex Cleansing Tissues and the Fokker Friendship flights will continue with this l^flflfei^fet^ custom. Just ask the hostess for Andrex Cleansing Jfl Tissues when you next fly. You can, of course, carry y°

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For safe landings and take-offs, Malayan Airways' Fokker Friendships are fitted with Goodyear aviation tyres flHHHfeflttftfe 1— j flfl^L rlflL Iflß >Jflßt> .^fl^fll ft fI^HE j^fll fIW flV^^HVtf^^l^^flU J i.mj^^^^MP IjRfIJHfIJBHB|VHBk4B^feHKMKfIS9HfIJBJDHHK&6n BBmWWWBWIBBWJ^^^M fl^S HK Congra tv la tions! MALAYAN AIRWAYS USE GOODYEAR FOR TRUE OOWN-TO-EARTH SAFETY For maximum safety in

THE FLIGHT KITCHEN THAT COOKS FOR THOUSANDS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE FLIGHT KITCHEN THAT COOKS FOR THOUSANDS Exotic dishes turned out daily in Spore JF you leave by air from Singapore and if you are served meal on board within the next lew hours, you can be sure Uiat the delicious food you are taking has come from the gleaming

3 MOUTH-WATERING RECIPES FROM MAL's KITCHEN [ARTICLE]

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3 MOUTH-WATERING RECIPES FROM MAL's KITCHEN AS caterers to all commercial airlines which operate through Singapore, Malayan Airways' flight cooks must have a considerable fund of cooking know-how and expertise. I cucumber and asparagus. Mayonnaise will be served as sauce. Today ihey part with recipes for three of the hundreds

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