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The Straits Times, 9 July 1964

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 135,000 The Straits Times At**** Mb**' Estd. 1845. THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1964 15 CENTS KDN 731

'YES' by NANYANG [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'YES' by NANYANG LIM BENG TEE: Chuang resignation EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DECIDES TO IMPLEMENT AGREEMENT FOR REORGANISATION AS PURELY ACADEMIC INSTITUTION By SINGAPORE, Wednesday Pro-tern body takes over varsity THE executive committee of the Nanyang University Council today accepted with immediate effect the resignation of the ViceChancellor, Dr. Chuang Chu-lin. In

C'wealth Premiers to hear the Tengku today [ARTICLE]

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C'wealth Premiers to hear the Tengku today ALLINGTON KENNARD and DOUG LACKERSTEEN From LONDON. Wednesday. COMMONWEALTH Prime Ministers are likely to hear a statement by Tengku Abdul Rahman on the Malaysian-Indonesian situation toinoiTow morning during the conference's review of the world political situation. The review is the first item on

Mr. Tan supports decision to re-organise Nantah [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Tan supports decision to re-organise Nantah KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. —Mr. Tan Kee Gak (above), a Malacca MP, in a statement today, made it clear that he fully supported the decision of the Nanyang University authorities in agreeing to the proposed re-organisa-tion of the University. Mr. Tan is a member

Luns sees Nik [ARTICLE]

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Luns sees Nik LONDON. Wed. Dr. Joseph Luns. Dutch Foreign Minister, called on Mr. Khrushchev at the Kremlin today. Dr. Luns arrived here yesterday on a week's visit as the first Dutch Minister to visit Russia Reuter.

Shargon, from US, wants to work at Buckingham Palace [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Shargon, from US, wants to work at Buckingham Palace SHARON WARNER. 23, daughter of a policeman in Massachusetts, U.S.A., wrote a letter "Dear Queen of England, Are there any vacancies at your Palace? I've always dreamed of working there, and I love kids." Sharon who is in lodgings in London

Aussie doctors for S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Aussie doctors for S'pore CANBERRA. Wed— Two Australian physicians will leave Sydney next Sunday for Singapore to train local doctors under the Colombo Plan. Tney are Dr. J.M. Sutherland, a neurologist at Brisbane Hospital, and Dr. H.M. White, Director of Medical Research at the Kanemaisu Memorial Institute at Sydney Hospital.

Indians give support [ARTICLE]

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Indians give support MADRAS, Wed. Mr. Rajagopalachart, founder leader of the oAuiuntra Party, called on India to give its •sympathy fully, warmly and without any hesitation to Malaysia in its present conflict with Indonesia." Inaugurating a "Support Malaysia" campaign here on Monday night, under the auspices of the Indo-Malaysian Friendship

Aidit still top dog, moves to patch PKI [ARTICLE]

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Aidit still top dog, moves to patch PKI JAKARTA, Wed. The leader of Indonesia's powerful Communist Party, D.N. Aidit, has retained his control, but said the party was split by "internal contradictions." Aidit confirmed a party rift between the Pro-Pek-ing and the pro-Soviet factions in his first speech before a

3,000 homeless in Filipino city fire [ARTICLE]

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3,000 homeless in Filipino city fire MANILA, Wed.— Over 3,000 persons were made homeless yesterday when a lire razed four blocks of the downtown area of Butuan city, 500 miles South-East of Manila, according to press reports reaching here today. The Initial reports mentioned no fatalities although some persons were

Train murder: Man arrested [ARTICLE]

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Train murder: Man arrested LONDON. Wed. Derek Pye. 27. a farm worker and father of three children, was charged here today with the murder of 15--year-old schoolgirl Yvonne Laker, found on a passenger train last week with her throat cut. He was remanded in custody until next Tuesday and legal

MCA LEADER ARRESTED, ACCUSED OF BREACH OF TRUST [ARTICLE]

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MCA LEADER ARRESTED, ACCUSED OF BREACH OF TRUST rXAH RATA. Wed Dato Yee Peng Wan. businessman and landed proprietor, was arrested by the police here this afternoon on a tentative charge of criminal breach of trust in respect of 514.000. He was allowed police bail and will be formally charged

Crime down in Russia [ARTICLE]

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Crime down in Russia MOSCOW. Wed. Russia's crime rate fell la.<t year to its lowest level for 30 "years, the Soviet Supreme Court said today In a report published in Pravda. The report said crime fell by 16.4 per cent compared with 1962. but gave no actual figures. Reuter.

6-hour day move [ARTICLE]

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6-hour day move BLACKPOOL (England i. Wed Britain's 500.000 miners are to press for a six-hour day. It was decided here today at the annual conference of Britain's Union of Mlneworkers. Reuter.

Ponggol tour today [ARTICLE]

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Ponggol tour today SINGAPORE. Wrd.-Thr UrtaU and Rural Services Consult.it ive Committee will lour the Ponggol Constituency tomorrow.

Step up war on Govt call by Reds [ARTICLE]

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Step up war on Govt call by Reds OAIGON, Wed. Viet Conp; guerillas today proclaimed v nationwide "general offensive" aimed at discouraging any American plans to expand the anti-Com-munist war into North Vietnam. Communist agents circulated pamphlets in Saigon and other parts of South Vietnam heralding the now anti-Government offensive

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS THANT HOPEFUL UNITED NATIONS, W>d. I Thant. the IN SeereUn (■<•ixr.il. said today that he Wl •Mill hopeful" t!i:U 1 compromise sohition would In- workiil out to <"il the confrontation over Malaysia. Beutei

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Red-inspired land seizures by peasants in Java 'cause bloodshed' [ARTICLE]

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Red-inspired land seizures by peasants in Java 'cause bloodshed' JAKARTA, Wed. Communist-insti-gated seizures of land by peasants were reported today to have caused bloodshed in central and east Java. Jakarta newspaper reports said violence had occurred at Purokeerto in entral Java and Banjuwangi in the ea-stern part of the island.

Fewer births in Australia [ARTICLE]

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Fewer births in Australia CANBERRA. Wed.— Australia 5 birthrate in 1963 was 21.56 per 1.000 populatio-i. the lowest since the end of World War IL I A Government survey reported 1 335.689 babio were born in the year, including 13.454 to un- j married mothers. The percentage ;of illegitimate births.

PEKING AND TAIPEH BOTH RECOGNISE MALAWI [ARTICLE]

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PEKING AND TAIPEH BOTH RECOGNISE MALAWI -TAIPEH, Wed. Both 1 Nationalist China and Communist China have now recognised the newly independent African state of Malawi (formerly Nyasaland). The Nationalist Government announced yesterday that it recognised the new Central African State when it formally proclaimed its independence from Britain at midnight

US $82 mil. loan [ARTICLE]

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US $82 mil. loan I WASHINGTON. Wed. The I World Bank yesterday lent Niißeria USSB2 million to build 1 L s?'JoB million dam on the Niger i River. AP.

Peking aid to build a new Nepal road [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Peking aid to build a new Nepal road KATMANDU. Wed. Chinese technicians nuw working on a highway linking Katmandu with Tibet will start a survey of another. Chinese-aided road project in Southern Nepal next autumn, according to a Nepal National News Agency report. The agenry said the Chinese agreed last

State Dept rejects Madame Nhu's visa appeal [ARTICLE]

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State Dept rejects Madame Nhu's visa appeal WASHINGTON, Wed.— The State Department has rejected an appeal for reconsideration of its refusal to grant a visa to Madame Ngo Dlnh Nhu, former first lady of South Vietnam, to visit the United States, officials said. Madame Nhu. sister-in-law of President Diem, who

Crash kills 3 [ARTICLE]

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Crash kills 3 TOKYO, Wed Three people were killed and 28 seriously Injured when a sightseeing bus skidded and dropped down a 15--loot embankment. U.P.I.

Tshombe to be in charge of four portfolios [ARTICLE]

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Tshombe to be in charge of four portfolios SECESSIONIST LEADER WILL HEAD GOVT FOR SIX TO NINE MONTHS LEOPOLDVILLE, Wad y^R. Moist- Tshombe said last night he had drawn up a new Congo Cabinet list with himself as Prime Minister, Foreign Minister, Information Minister and head of Economic Co-ordination. He

Japanese actress wins top German film award [ARTICLE]

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Japanese actress wins top German film award DERLIN, Wed. The Japanese actress Sachiko Hidavrl yesterday won the Silver Bear at this year's Berlin film festival as the best actress for her part in two Japanese films "Kanajo To Kare" and "Nippon Kon Chuki." The Turkish film "Susuz Yaz" (Dry Summer)

Japan's trade with Red China doubles [ARTICLE]

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Japan's trade with Red China doubles TOKYO, Wed. Japan's trade with Communist China this year' reached the US$lOO million level by the end of May, the JapanCommunist China Exporters and Importers Association announced. The announcement said this was more than double that of the corresponding period last year, which stood

Chiang loses another U-2 plane in 'accident' over China [ARTICLE]

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Chiang loses another U-2 plane in 'accident' over China TAIPEH, Wed. The Nationalist Chinese Air Force announced last night that a Nattonaltet piloted U.S.made U-2 jet plane "met an accident" over Communist China yesterday on its way back from a reconnaissance mission. It was the third U-2 the Nationalists have

Graft arrests [ARTICLE]

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Graft arrests SEOUL. Wed. Four top government officials were arrested yesterday on suspicion of taking bribes. Among the four was Choi Pyung-Hyuk. 45. cliief of the Pusnn Customs Office. AP.

Catholic Church to canonise 22 African Negro martyrs [ARTICLE]

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Catholic Church to canonise 22 African Negro martyrs VATICAN CITY, Wednesday. rpHE canonisation of 22 African Negroes as saints A of the Roman Catholic Church was approved yesterday. All were martyrs slain in Uganda in the 19th century. Members of the Vatican's congregation of rites, which handles cases for canonisation,

Three die in floods [ARTICLE]

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Three die in floods TOKYO, Wed. Three person* were killed and 5,976 homes flooded In earthquake-stricken Nlipnta during torrential mlns yesterday. Police reported roads were damaged at 96 places, river embankments at 46. landslides at 73 places and 53 bridges washed away.

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Gamblers Anonymous to cure Britons 'sickness' [ARTICLE]

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Gamblers Anonymous to cure Britons 'sickness' 1 ONDON Wed. -From next Friday and every Friday people, who cannot resist the spin of a coin, the turn of a card or the lure of the racing calendar, are to meet at a London West End address to sort out their problems.

France to do away with conscription [ARTICLE]

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France to do away with conscription TJARIS, Wed The French Go- vemment yesterday decided to introduce a system ot selective military service in France in place of general conscription the Minister of Information, Mr. Alain Peyrefitte, announced nere after a Cabinet meeting. Mr. Peyrefitte explained that every citizen would remain

Co-operation call by Nik follows his tour of Scandinavia [ARTICLE]

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Co-operation call by Nik follows his tour of Scandinavia MOSCOW, Wednesday. ■MR. KHRUSHCHEV yesterday pledged the Soviet Union's adherence to the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of other States and called for greater co-operation between Social Democrats and Communists in efforts for peace and social progress. He said

U.S. nuclear cargo ship crosses Atlantic [ARTICLE]

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U.S. nuclear cargo ship crosses Atlantic COUTHAMTON. Wed. America's £19 million (about MSI6O million) nuclear cargo-passenger ship Savannah crossed the Atlantic on a fuel cube smaller than a sugar lump. A brass band played as the 22,000-ton vessel docked preparatory to her 17 passengers going ashore. Elaborate security precautions had

U.S. Olympic star dies at 60 [ARTICLE]

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U.S. Olympic star dies at 60 LOS ANGELES, Wed. Lillian Copeland, U.S. Olympic cold medal winner in 1932, died yesterday at a Los Angeles Hospital. Miss Copeland, 60, won her medal In the discus at the Los Angeles Olympics She also held other shot put and discus honours. She retired

Abbe denies new romance rumours [ARTICLE]

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Abbe denies new romance rumours ROME. Wed. Singer Abbe Lane, the lormer wife of Rhumba king Xavler Cugat, yesterday denied rumours linking her with actor Eddie Fisher and producer Darryl Zanuck. "They are both dear friends who happen to live in the same kind of world I do." the Brooklyn

14 climbers swept to death in avalanche on Aiguille Verte [ARTICLE]

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14 climbers swept to death in avalanche on Aiguille Verte Chamonix, French Alps,] Wed. FOURTEEN climbers, including a member of the French national skiing team, Cnarles Bozon were swept 500 yards to their deaths in an avalanche on the 13,500 ft. Aiguille Verte peak in the Mont Blare range yesterday.

Goya print: £20,500 [ARTICLE]

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Goya print: £20,500 I ONDOr. Wed. A world record tor a sirgle print sold at auction was claimed yesterday by Sotheoys. which auctioned a Goya print for £20.250. It was one of six known impressions of "The Giant" and went to an anonymous collector. A.P.

Drunken driver found drunk on horse, too [ARTICLE]

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Drunken driver found drunk on horse, too T ONDON, Wed.— Former naval commander. Mr. David Marlowe Howells, who bought a horse two years ago after losing his licence for drunken driving, was fined £5 in Haddington today for being drunk in charge of the horse. He had pleaded guilty. The

FEDORENKO PRESENTS THE PEACE FORCE PLAN AT U.N. [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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FEDORENKO PRESENTS THE PEACE FORCE PLAN AT U.N. ITNITED NATIONS, KJ Wed. The Soviet Ambassador, Mr. Nikolai T. Fedorenko, yesterday presented to the United States and Britain details of Russia's proposal to establish a permanent U.N. military force. The U.S. Ambassador. Mr. Adlal E. Stevenson, said that at first glance

Nato official spied for Russia 'to help peace' [ARTICLE]

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Nato official spied for Russia 'to help peace' PARIS, Wed. Georges Paques, a 50-year-old French Nato official, was yesterday sentenced to life imprisonment on a treason charge by the state security court. He was accused of spying for the Soviet Union. The verdict came after a twodav trial in which

BRITAIN'S TOP SECRET MI5 IS NOW KNOWN ASDIS [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN'S TOP SECRET MI5 IS NOW KNOWN ASDIS T ONDON, Wed. Bri- tain's hush-hush MIS, the counterespionage branch of the secret service, is now known as DIS, the Security Gazette revealed today. The independent monthly magazine, whose associate editor is Sir Ronald Howe, former Deputy Commissioner at Scotland Yard, added

Free zone accord in Cyprus for UN peace patrols [ARTICLE]

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Free zone accord in Cyprus for UN peace patrols NICOSIA. Wed. The Cyprus Government and Turkish Cypriot leaders have given general approval to a United Nations plan to create a "free zone" here in which U.N. personnel would have exclusive patrol and police rights, Mr. Galo Plaza. UN. special representative,

RUSSIA TOO IS BUILDING SUPERSONIC AIRLINER [ARTICLE]

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RUSSIA TOO IS BUILDING SUPERSONIC AIRLINER MOSCOW, Wed— Russia is building a' supersonic airliner which will be faster than the projected AngloFrench Concorde, the head of the Soviet airline Aeroflot, said today. Colonel-General Evgeny Loginov said it was hard to say whether the Anglo-French designers, the United States or Russia

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FPA CHIEF: THE WRONG NOTION THAT CAUSES HARM [ARTICLE]

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FPA CHIEF: THE WRONG NOTION THAT CAUSES HARM SINGAPORE, Wed. The popular belief that family planning means the dispensing of contraception with a view to restricting childbirth is an erroneous notion which has "caused more harm to the family planning movement than all other factors combined." The chairman of the

Australia ready to consider more aid [ARTICLE]

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Australia ready to consider more aid CINGAPORE. Wed. Australian Navy Minister, Mr. F.C. Hhaney, said here tonight that his country would give "sympathetic consideration" to any further request of military aid from Malaysia. Mr. Chancy. leading a seven-man Australian parliamentary delegation, flew into Singapore from Sydney on the first leg

Union: Settle claims or face strike action [ARTICLE]

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Union: Settle claims or face strike action SINGAPORE, Wednesday REDIFFUSION ACCUSED OF 'TWIN APPROACH' fHK Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers I'n ion has given the Rediffusion (Singapore) Ltd. till tomorrow to settle a set of claims for better salaries and working conditions for its members in the firm, or face

HUT SET ON FIRE: SUSPECT IS HELD [ARTICLE]

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HUT SET ON FIRE: SUSPECT IS HELD SINGAPORE. Wed.— Police have detained a man on suspicion of having set fire to an attap house at the 16th Milestone Jurong Road yesterday. The house, which was razed to the ground, belonged to Madam Lim Tiew Choon who was not in. Her

1,256 PEOPLE GET EXTRA DAY HERE [ARTICLE]

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1,256 PEOPLE GET EXTRA DAY HERE SINGAPORE, Wed. Two big P and O Line sister ships, the Himalaya and the Chitral will meet in Singapore tomorrow. The Himalaya is heading East wh -c the Chitral is proceeding West. The Himalaya arrived here this afternoon with 1.256 passengers, most of them

Tamil library [ARTICLE]

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Tamil library SINGAPORE. Wed.— The Nee Soon Tamil Library has been transferred from Thong Bee Road to Chong Kuo Road. It is open daily from 5 to 8 p.m.

Bus firm's bid to avert a strike [ARTICLE]

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Bus firm's bid to avert a strike SINGAPORE. Wed. The management of the Ka-tong-Bedok Bus Service Company Ltd. today claimed that it would meet the Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers' Union tomorrow in a bid to avert the strike by 160 employees scheduled for July 16. But Mr. T. V.

IWU to NTUC: WE BACK OUR LEADERS [ARTICLE]

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IWU to NTUC: WE BACK OUR LEADERS SINGAPORE, Wed. The Industrial Workers Union of Singapore has told the Singapore National Trades Union Congress that "our members know the leadership of 1.W.U.. for they have received benefits and protection." Mr. James Soh. general secretary of the IWU, was replying to a

Concern over possibility of re-settlement [ARTICLE]

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Concern over possibility of re-settlement SINGAPORE, Wed— The Jalan Übl branch of Singapore Umnc has uiged the Government tc allow Malays in this area to stay on permanently, and to carry on their business. This was a resolution adopted at the branch's meeting. The vice-chairman of the liaison committee of

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IN AND OUT BY AIR 'PHK following la today* schedule 1 of rlvll aircraft movements at Paya Lebar airport, Singapore: ARRIVALS B 0 AC: From London, Frankfurt, Zurich. Beirut, Karachi, Calcutta (BA 700) 6.30 p.m.: from Melbourne. Sydney, Darwin (BA 711) 7.25 p.m. Qanat: From Bydney, Brisbane <QF 737) 7.30

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xelton <ML. 453) 1.15 p.m.: from PcnanK. Ipob Kuala Lumpur (ML. 003) 1.40 p.m. Japan Air Lintt: From Jakarta ((JL. 714) 8.40 p.m. Thai Inttrrntitml AlrwayC Prom Bangkok. Kuala Lumpur (TQ 401) 10.20 p.m. Britlth Call! Intermtional Airwayt: From Londoo. Istanbul, (BG 540) 6.10 a.m. DEPARTURES OAC: To Darwin, Sydnry

The 'persistent suitor' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The 'persistent suitor' SINGAPORE. Wed Nurse tells court of acid attack one morning after she had rejected neighbour's proposal \|OR£ than a year after a nurse had rejected a marriage proposal from a presistent suitor, she was waylaid and attacked with hydrochloric acid, a preliminary inquiry was told today. Miss

Thai ducks raise fear cackle in our egg market [ARTICLE]

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Thai ducks raise fear cackle in our egg market I^UALA LUMPUR, Wed. —Poultry farmers here, alarmed by the low prices for hens eggs caused by an influx of duck's eggs from Thailand, toda«y appealed to the Government to set up an egg marketing board. The chairman of the Selangor Poultry

Fine instead of jail for being drunk, disorderly [ARTICLE]

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Fine instead of jail for being drunk, disorderly CINGAPORE, Wed. Francis Aries, a civilian employee of the British Army, who appealed against a lower court sentence of one month's jail for being drunk ani diEordprly in a public place, had his iail term altered to a fine of S5O on

Broker (arm amputated) gets $8,000 damages [ARTICLE]

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Broker (arm amputated) gets $8,000 damages SINGAPORE, Wed.— A broker, Yeo Keng Leong, whose right forearm was amputated above the elbow after a road accident 21 months ago, was awarded damages of $8,028 and costs by Mr. Justice Kulasekaram in the High Court today. The award was made against Tan

Liquor, cash and jewellery taken in raid on shop [ARTICLE]

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Liquor, cash and jewellery taken in raid on shop SINGAPORE. Wed.— Police are looking for four men who broke into a sundry shop yesterday and got away with $1,500 worth of liquor and $2,000 In cash and jewellery. The proprietor of the shop, in Cassier Crescent. Mr. Goh Cher Lee.

Minister invited [ARTICLE]

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Minister invited SINGAPORE. Wici. l;,r Penlnnla Malay Untal today it vked the Minister for Social Affairs. Inche Othman Wok. to a BtßCttng on July 19. to discuss the issue of resrttlement of Malays affec;ed by the Singapore Governmeru's development plans.

Teachers oppose bid to 'screen' students [ARTICLE]

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Teachers oppose bid to 'screen' students 'Amendment of Internal Security Act is infringement of a basic human right* KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. fTHE National Union of Teachers today urged the A Centra! Government to reconsider its decision to amer.d the Internal Security Act to require candidates for higher education to hive

Student is accused of having banned booh [ARTICLE]

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Student is accused of having banned booh SINGAPORE. Wed Wane lvi Peng, a >tudent of Nanyang I niversity. was charged in the ninth magistrate's court this afternoon with being in unlawful possession of a binned Chinese book. The Early Revolutionary Activities of Comrade Mao Tse-tung. He pleaded not guilty. Wang

Heavy work at Kampar hospital, so no doctor stays there too long [ARTICLE]

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Heavy work at Kampar hospital, so no doctor stays there too long TPOH, Wed. Heavy work at the Kampar Hospital is one of the reasons why no doctor stays too long at the hospital, according to Perak Assemblyman Mr. Oh Kay Seng. Mr. Oh .who represents Kuala Dlpang In the

Scholarship cash [ARTICLE]

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Scholarship cash JOHORE BAHRU. Wed. The Oil Palms of Malaya Co-operative Stores Society of Layang Layang, Johore. last year paid out 1.230 for scholarships to children of its members.

INDONS NOW USING COMMUNAL PROPAGANDA, SAYS RAJA [ARTICLE]

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INDONS NOW USING COMMUNAL PROPAGANDA, SAYS RAJA If UALA LIMPUR. Wr.l IV The Singapore Minister of Culture. Mr. B. Rajaratnam, said today Unit the Indonesians were now employing communulistic- propaganda in the island to create ha. is Speaking to newsmen on his arrival at the airport to attend the current

2,632 screened, 36 held [ARTICLE]

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2,632 screened, 36 held SINGAPORE. Wed.— The poUo* detained 36 suspected secrei society members and screened another 2.632 men in g;n.^iund raids during the pas: 24 hours. Three of those arre.-ted were detained under the Criminal Law (Temporary" ProvLsicr..s Ordinance i and the rest under the Societies Ordinance.

Plan for port authority for Malacca [ARTICLE]

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Plan for port authority for Malacca VIALACCA. Wed— Th« president of the Malarm Chamber of Commerce. Mr. R.H.D. Lewis Bryan, said here last night that legislation for the formation of a port authority here was now In existence and that it was a matt it of time before the authority

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'Guns and helicopters to fight Indon raiders' call [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'Guns and helicopters to fight Indon raiders' call NINGKAN: 'IT IS OUR BORDER PEOPLE WHO BEAR THE BRUNT' rfHE Chief Minister of Sarawak, Mr. Stephen Kalong Ningkan, says his State needs more guns and helicopters "so that we can knock the hell out of the Indonesians who are attacking us".

'Wild, vicious rumours' allege race bias in community services [ARTICLE]

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'Wild, vicious rumours' allege race bias in community services SINGAPORE, Wednesday. rpHE chairman of the Urban and Rural Services A Consultative Committee, Mr. Ho Cheng Choon, today stressed that there was no racial discrimination, in the provision of community services to the people. He described as "wild and vicious rumours"

Fined $300 for false vote [ARTICLE]

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Fined $300 for false vote KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. A goldsmith, Low Fook Veng. 33. uas yesterday lined $300 or three months' jail Dy the Fourth Magistrate. Inche Zakaria bin Yatim, for voting when he was not entitled to. He committed the offence during the elections on April 25 at the

Williamson goes on a Common Market study tour [ARTICLE]

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Williamson goes on a Common Market study tour CINGAPORE, Wed. Members of the 1 a riff Advisory Board arrived nere this morning for talks with SingaI pore officials on steps toi wards forming a Malaysian common market. At a meeting with senior members of the Economic Development Board, the Economic

Thieves take $1,500 [ARTICLE]

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Thieves take $1,500 SINGAPORE. Wed. Burglar* ransacked a merchant's house in Thiam Siew Avenue early yestnday morning and stole $945 worth of textiles, $430 in cash and an $88 wriscwatch. Mr. H.O. Kimp.»lani, who slept through the burglary, said the door had been forced open.

Co-op society meeting [ARTICLE]

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Co-op society meeting KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The Federation of Malaya tatUtet and Paper Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. will hold its annual meeting at the Chinese Assembly Hall here on Sunday. The Minister of Agriculture and Co-operatives, Inche Mohanu-d Khir Johari. will attend.

Councillor's 'shock letter' allegation [ARTICLE]

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Councillor's 'shock letter allegation ALOR STAR. Wed— A Socialist Front Councillor, Mr. Teoh Ah Thow (Simpang Kuala) told the Alor Star Town Council today he was "shocked" when he received an anonymous letter two days after he had spoken against Alliance councillors at a sub-com-mittee meeting. "I have handed the

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The crash that wrecked the summit [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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The crash that wrecked the summit THE two men met for the only time halfway across the (ilienicke Bridge leading from the West to the East Zone of Berlin. One man was slight and stooped and wore clothes of American cut. The other, tall and well built, wore a Russian

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH t» Wt4m Sl* (Himimmm) MRS. K.C. CHANDRAN Informs relative* and friend* of the death of her father Mr. s Uovlndan at Kayamkulam on 6-7-1964.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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Reforming Nanyang [ARTICLE]

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Reforming Nanyang The six-point agreement between Nanyang University and the Singapore Government clearly lays down the lines for the university's reorganisation. With the ratification of the agreement by a pan-Malayan delegates' conference of the university's founders, the six points of accord have the force of a mandate to all officials

Major Issue [ARTICLE]

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Major Issue Nyasaland's freedom has come with only silence from Salisbury where, it was {eared, an outraged white settler government would declare its own independence from Britain. But more such moments of tension lie ahead. What will happen, for example, when Sir Alec Douglas-Home invites to London Mr. Lan Smith,

Guiana Crisis [ARTICLE]

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Guiana Crisis Sweeping new powers for the British Guiana security forces and flogging and life imprisonment penalties for anyone illegally handling arms and explosives may help restore order in this unhappy country, but they will need to be quickly followed by more constructive measures. Otherwise the need for British troops

U.S.road to racial peace —conciliation [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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U. S. road to racial peace —conciliation DAVID KRASLOW 'COME NOW AND LET US REASON TOGETHER...' by THE Johnson administration is gearing up for a massive conciliation effort to achieve compliance with the Civil Rights Bill that has now become law. President Johnson himself is setting the tone, publicly and

LETTERS to the Editor

The guns of Singapore fired landwards too! [LETTER]

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The guns of Singapore fired landwards too! IN Mr. Franklin's letter published in your paper of 6th July, he mentions gun emplacements being destroyed on Mount Faber. I do not think there were any guns on Mount Faber. The concrete emplacements on that hill consisted of a Fire Command Post

A tribute from Uganda [LETTER]

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A tribute from Uganda pLEASE allow me space to comment on my recent visit to Singapore and Malaysia as a whole. First I would like to express my cordial thanks and deep appreciation for the friendly hospitality which was extended to me by the Singapore N.T.U.C. and the Singapore Government

Dato Loke funeral [LETTER]

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Dato Loke funeral THE Rank Organisation, as it has now been known for many years, is closely associated with the Cathay Organisation. Quite apart from this, a very close personal friendship existed between the late Dato Loke Wan Tho and Mr. John Davis, the chairman of the Rank Organisation. The

Long delay [LETTER]

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Long delay MY daughter qualified from the Teachers Training College in early 1962 and up-to-date, she has not received her new salary. This record must surely be hard to beat. Can the Ministry of Education explain the cause for this lone delay in paying this batch of teachers? DISGUSTED FATHER

Peking comes in where Trotsky left [ARTICLE]

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Peking comes in where Trotsky left LAJOS LEDERER By WARSAW, Wed. Peking has decided to formalise its quarrel with Moscow. It is understood here in Warsaw that the Chinese are preparing to announce the foundation of a Fourth Inte r n a tional of Communist parties. This would be first

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Treasury men flout laws' [ARTICLE]

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Treasury men flout laws' Kandasamy accuses them of employing officers at a scale lower than that approved by the Legislative Assembly SINGAPORE, Wednesday. »TtREASURY officials were today accused in the In- dustnal Arbitration Court of flouting the yearly estimates passed by the State Legislative Assembly In respect of the salary

Soft drinks wholesale price increase and the reasons given [ARTICLE]

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Soft drinks wholesale price increase and the reasons given SINGAPORE, Wad I i TITHE Singapore Soft Drinks Manufacturers As- sociation today explained why it increased the wholesale prices of soft drinks made by its mpmhprs In a statement referring to the boycott by certain coffee shops of soft drinks made

8-LETTER WORD BRINGS A PROTEST [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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8-LETTER WORD BRINGS A PROTEST Charge and counter-charge over that youth meeting KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. AN EIGHT-LETTER word used by a Malayan Association of Youth Clubs leader following a walkout at last Saturday's conference of youth leaders has brought a protest from the Pertubohan Permuda Desa (Rural Youth Organisation). On

Hearing put off [ARTICLE]

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Hearing put off SINGAPORE, Wed. The Industrial Arbitration Court today postponed indefinitely hearing of a bonus dispute between National Cash Register (Singapore) Ltd., and the Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers' Union.

Welfare meeting [ARTICLE]

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Welfare meeting I'KNANG, Wed.— The Penang state welfare committee will hold its monthly meeting at the Youth Centre. Acheen Street, at 5.15 pm on July 16.

$23,800 opium in car headlights [ARTICLE]

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$23,800 opium in car headlights SINGAPORE, Wed.— A farmer, Tang Kirn Hing, 20, admitted to Customs officers during interrogation that he was carrying raw opium worth $23,800 in the headlight wells of a car driven by him when it was stopped at the customs barrier iri Woodlands yesterday. Today, in

Pantun contest in Raub [ARTICLE]

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Pantun contest in Raub RAUB. Wed.— The Mentrl Besar of Pahang. Dato Yahaya bin Hajl Mohamed Sen, today opened a national language pantun (poetry) and quiz competition. He urged Government officials and non-Malays to make full us« of the facilities given by the Government to teach the ppopl<* th« national

I asked youth who raped me for S200: Girl [ARTICLE]

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I asked youth who raped me for S200: Girl CAKE-MAKER TELLS OF DATES WITH TEACHER I£UALA LUMPUR, 1V Wed.— A 22-year-old girl agreed under cross-examination in the High Court here today that she demanded $200 from the youth who was alleged to have raped her. Woon Foong Yin, of Ulu

Governor to open $lmil. bank building in Kuching [ARTICLE]

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Governor to open $lmil. bank building in Kuching KUCHINQ, Wed. The new Hongkong and Shanghai Bank building In Rock Road here will be opened by the Governor, Datu Abang Haji on Saturday next week. The building cost SlOOO.OOO. The bank's manager, Mr. Q. Haynes said the new building was an

Duty transfer [ARTICLE]

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Duty transfer SINGAPORE. Wed. Senior Inspector V. Devadas. a former officer in chpree of the anti-vice sub-branch of tne C.1.D.. has been transferred to the lower courts at i police prosecutor.

Customs closing [ARTICLE]

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Customs closing JOHORE BAHRD. Wed. The Johore Bahru Royal Customs and Excise Department will be closed for official business on July 33, the birthday of Prophet Mohamad,

Mr. Gilstrap sworn in as ambassador to Malawi [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Gilstrap sworn in as ambassador to Malawi SINGAPORE, Vied— Mr. Sam P. Gilstrap, former American Consul General in Singapore, was sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to the new African nation of Malawi, formerly Nyasaland. on Sunday, it was learned here today. Mr. Gilstrap was Consul General in Singapore from

Dinner speech by Bateman [ARTICLE]

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Dinner speech by Bateman JOHORE BAHRU, Wed. Dr. L.C. Bateman. Controller of Rubber Research and chairman of the Malayan Rubber Fund Board, will address the Alumni Association of the College of Agriculture at a dinner at the Royal Johore International Club here on July 18 at 8 pjn. Dr. Bateman,

Friday award [ARTICLE]

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Friday award SINGAPORE, Wed. The Industrial Arbitration Court will announce its award ln the trade dispute between the rattan firm of Chop Nam Hing and the Singapore Rattan Workmen Benevolent Union, relating to proposals for a collective agreement, on Priday at 945 am.

FIVE UMNO DIVISIONS IN SINGAPORE MAY BE CENTRALISED [ARTICLE]

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FIVE UMNO DIVISIONS IN SINGAPORE MAY BE CENTRALISED SINGAPORE, Wed. The five divisions of Singapore Umno may be dissolved to make way for a centralised body, the vicechair ma n of the party's liaison committee. Senator Ahmad Haji TafT. said today. Senator Taff said: "At the moment, this Is Just

$4,000 award for boy hurt in accident [ARTICLE]

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$4,000 award for boy hurt in accident SINGAPORE, Wed. A boy, Thuraikanu. aged seven, wno received personal injuries in 3. road accident 12 months ago, was awarded damages of $4,075 by Mr. Justice Choor Smuh in tiie High Court today. The award was made against a car driver. Tan Hung

His 20th conviction: Five years for raping girl of 13 [ARTICLE]

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His 20th conviction: Five years for raping girl of 13 Wed. Zainal bin Othman, 30, alias Ngah, who had 19 previous convictions, was sentenced to five years' jail today by the High Court for raping the 13-year-old daughter of a kampong worker. Zainal committed the offence on April 11 1963

British gifts [ARTICLE]

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British gifts KUALA LUMPUR. Wed— The British Council will present 67 phonograph records and 443 books to the Malayan Teachers' Collect here at 10. 10 aJB tomorrow Mr. G.M.R Blddulph. of the British Ckv will make ihu WMH» tat

Air Canada to aid Malaysia tourism [ARTICLE]

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Air Canada to aid Malaysia tourism KUALA LUMPUR, Wed.— The Government-run Canadian airline, Air Canada, has signed a contract with Malaysian Airways to "sell" Malaysia to Canadian tourists. Under the agreement Malaysian Airways will act as agents for the Canadian airline here. Air Canada's representative in the Orient and South-East

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ENGAGEMENT RING WITH RUBIES [ARTICLE]

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ENGAGEMENT RING WITH RUBIES THE ruby, birthstone of the July-born, is the gem of material success. Money, fame and success in love are supposed to come to those who wear the ruby as their birthstone. Tradition also says that those who wear rubies are generous and thoughtful to those in

DRESS SENSE [ARTICLE]

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DRESS SENSE Three golden rules yyHAT are the golden rules of dress sense There are three main points says Mrs. Margaret Wright, a fashion expert now visiting Singapore. First, you have got to carry yourself well to make a dress look good on you; secondly you must discover your own

Make-up becoming a painter's art [ARTICLE]

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Make-up becoming a painter's art 'THE main beauty x problem of women is maintaining or reaching a desired weight, says Mrs. G. McVickar. a beauty expert. She says the secret of remaining slim is not crash diets or fad diets but "a way of eating. The next most important beauty

MODERN ETIQUETTE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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MODERN ETIQUETTE Roberta Lee E QJust when is it permls- sible to smoke at a dinner table? A Smoking is signalised by most hostesses at the end of a meal, usually by the introduction of ashtrays after the dessert course. It is downright bad manners to arrive at the dinner

Velvet for the winter [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Velvet for the winter \fELVET is featured in practically every new winter collection of tOD designers overseas. Most frequently it's in the shape of a little theatre suit with collarless. short-cropped jacket. Black is the favourite colour, although forest green and ruby red make a strong showing, too. Almost always,

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A new hospital for Kuching [ARTICLE]

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A new hospital for Kuching $13.5 mi1, provided for the project: Drive to enlist doctors from Korea, Philippines and other countries J£UALA LUMPUR, Wed. A new hospital is due to be built in Kuching early next year under the Development Plan with a provision totalling $13.5 million for the whole

US degrees: We're used to the British system [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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US degrees: We're used to the British system KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. •JTHE major obstacle to a wider recognition of American university degrees was that Malaysia was "more used" to the British education system, the Principal Establishment Officer, Tengku Mohamed bin Tengku Besar Burhanuddin, said today. He was commenting on a

'Revenue Officers face only occupation hazard' [ARTICLE]

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'Revenue Officers face only occupation hazard' SINGAPORE, Wed. The Deputy Controller of Customs. Mr. Lim Thean Soo, yesterday denied an allegation by the Singapore Administtrative and Clerical Services Union that revenue officers were exposed to dangers in the course of their duties. Speaking in the Industrial Arbitration Court at the

Golden Voice title seekers [ARTICLE]

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Golden Voice title seekers IPOH. Wed. Twenty-two telephone operators in Perak will take part In the annual Miss Golden Voice contest at Telephone House in Cockman Street here on July 13. The winner and iunnmr-up will compete In the contest at federal level in KuaU Lumpur in August.

FRIGHTENED WITNESS FINED [ARTICLE]

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FRIGHTENED WITNESS FINED SINGAPORE. Wed. BeO cause two strangers had threatened to kill him if he gave evidence at a murder inquiry. Goh Cheng Hwee was so frightened that he did not appear in court as a Crown witness. As a result of his absence, on April 19. 1962. the

WIDENING OF ROAD, SO MOVE OUT FOR 30 FAMILIES [ARTICLE]

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WIDENING OF ROAD, SO MOVE OUT FOR 30 FAMILIES SINGAPORE, Wed. About 30 families livinc along Pay a Lebar Road will be resettled, when a Government plan to widen the road goes into effect on July 15. nieae iuinwi<-.» fc.e truni the area near the junction of Paya Lebar Road

Another Front leader quits party [ARTICLE]

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Another Front leader quits party KUALA LIPIS, Wed.— lnche Ismail bin Hussain, the only Socialist Front member of the Kuala Lipis Town Council, has quit the Labour Party to join Umno. Inche Ismail, who was re-elected to the Batu Kurap ward in April this year, said that he had resigned

Newsletter to tell of tourist attractions [ARTICLE]

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Newsletter to tell of tourist attractions SINGAPORE. Wed. The Tourist Promotion Board has taken another step towards "selling" Singapore to the travel trade overseas. It has started a monthly newsletter, called "Singapore Travel News." The newsletter will be distributed to travel agents, hotels, travel editors and writers and all those

Five face trial on armed robbery charge [ARTICLE]

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Five face trial on armed robbery charge MALACCA, Wed.— Th« iTi magistrate here. Mr. Ramanatha Iyer, yesterday committed five men for trial in the High Court on a charge of gang robber,v. They were Chooi Seng, 23. Tan Kirn Yoke. 24. Teow Kirn Seng. 25. all unemployed. Chan Ah Chow,

Quiz contest results [ARTICLE]

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Quiz contest results PENANO. Wed. The Land Office team won the National Language Quiz Contest held at. the Francis Light School with a score of 85 points, it was announced today. Second place went to the Edu- cation Department's team with 1 66 marks, while the Labour and Industrial Department

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS VfELBOURNE, Wed. Industrials iTA continued to trade on firm lines with rises exceeding falls by wide margins. Some leaders, however, again lost ground, with BHP down 9d. to 56/3. Oils trading highlighted the market when Ampol Exploration's report ot a strike In Western Australia was followed by an

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JULY flrat grad* rubber f.o.b. sloaod at 5 p.m. In Singapore and Kuala Lumpur yesterday at 661 per lb. down one-el(thth of a cent on Tuesday* closing level for the position The tone was Inactive. R.A.S. and F.M.R.E. closing prices In cent* per lb. yesterday: Int. 1 R.S.S.

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS (OFFICIAL QUOTATIONS) July 8. Three months INDUSTRIALS Boustad 13 cts. M. Containers 14 cts. Uunlopa 15 eta. M Cables 17 cts. City Dev. 7 cts. McAllster 13 eta K Smilters 24 eta M. Invent. 13 rts. fCsso 13 cts. 0.C.8.C. 21 cts. fed. Disp. 12 cts. Rothmßns 9

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THI Malayan ■xchang* Banks' Association made these changes In It* rate* to merchants yesterday (all rales to $100): Selling TT or OD ready! Holland Guilders 117!: Belgian Franas 1608: Italian Llrs *****. Thr rent were unchanged

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES ON itir tree exchange market in Horn: Kong yesterday tbe US. dollar was quoted at 5. 731 for TT and .V 73 for cash. Sterling was quoted at 15.87 and

GAZETTED PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTED PRICES "PHI Federation Minister for Finance has fixed these priceg for calculating customs duties for the week beginning on July 9. Rubber 67', cts a lb. Copra S4BO a ton. Coconut oil $818 a ton. Palm oil 56U7.75 a ton. Palm kernels 5370.25 a ton. The rate of duties

INDUSTRIALS EASE, THEN STEADY LOWER DOWN [ARTICLE]

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INDUSTRIALS EASE, THEN STEADY LOWER DOWN From Our Market Correspondent INDUSTRIAL shares start--1 ed the day easier on tbe Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday morning, but were steady at the lower level in the afternoon with some a cent or two above their worst. There were better Inquiries for tin shares,

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock IndueJuly 7 July X 'Industrials: 99.31 '18.07 Tins: 130.1H 1J9.86 rubbers: 104.06 104.06 ■Dec. 30, 19(i3 100 D*c. 29, 1962=100

MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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MALAYAN STOCK EXCHANGE /COMBINED business in the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Malayan Stock Exchange yesterday with the number of shares traded In brackets: INDUSTRIAL*: B.u.t.ad (4.UOU) 51. 68: Ounlop (1.000) 12.02 O, (4,000) $1.98, (1.000) $1.97, (5,000) 51. 99. (1,000) 52.00. (2.000) 52.01: fas* 52.40 SU

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT VJMIPS lyinn alongside the Sinxapors harbour xharves or expected today are: Nikkei Maru 1/2, Perils N.W. A, Kantu 4, Berunacdhui 5, Mandama v it, UarryDank li/m, <; y clops li Katonn 19, Crusader 23/24, State- of Madras 25/28. straat Clarence 29/30, Tborsgaard 27/28. Donal 31/32. Knkl 33/34,

Straits tin price loses half Tuesday's rise [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price loses half Tuesday's rise STRAITS tin yesterday lost half Tuesday's rise, the Penang price falling $6.25 to $613.76 on an offering unofficially estimated at 250 tons, down 10 tons. London, though up £10 spot and £11 forward, had closed about lb below Its morning peak, and this

Rubber market [ARTICLE]

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Rubber market On iDi- Malayan Rubber Market ve«terday morninK oprmtiK quotation* hui tradlnK was apatbettc :in<l h softer trnrii ncv 1. \hoi» i| furnover »ns on Ihi -ni.il 1 mainly conuned to switcbinic against physicals Bids for lower snrrti far* spotty and mostly out of reuca. rorwards were neglected. Buaine**

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES July 8. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE: 662 cents (down one-eighth of a cent). TIN: $613.75 a picul (down $6.25). Estimated unofficial offering 250 tons (down 10 tons).

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES /■HINEIC PrMkic* Eidiinn, Slngi. day: Coconut all: Bulk J4BJ Mllen. drum $51 J wllrn. Capri: July/ Aug. UK/Coatlnrat: Unquoted. Ptpptr: Muntok whit* SM2t nellrni, Sarawak white 1140 arllrrii. upeclal Sarawak black 1110 aellera. garbled Uampong black 1115 seller* Hit! A SI2S wller*. SINGAPORE COCONUT OIL MILL- RS* ABtOCIATION

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Mary beats the world jump mark [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Mary beats the world jump mark MARY Rand making her 21ft 7J In leap to retain her long jump title In the Women's AAA meet in London last Saturday. Marys Jump also topped the existing world and European records of 21ft sin but officials are undecided on recognition as a

Indonesia to send team of 50 to Games [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia to send team of 50 to Games I JAKARTA. Wc-d.— lndo.esia will send a 50-member team to the Olympic Games in Tokyo in October. Brig. Gen. Ashari. secretary general of the Sports Ministry, said here today. He said the decision was taken at a meeting between President Soekarno and

European Cup draw [ARTICLE]

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European Cup draw /■jENEVA, Wed. The draw for the preliminary round ol next .seasons European Cup soccer competition: DWS Amsterdam v. Fenerbahce (Istanbul): FK Lyn (Norway) v Lahden Reipas (Finland); St. Etienne (France) v. La Chaux-de-Founds (Switzerland); Chemte Leipzig (East Germany) v Gyort Vasas (Hungary); Sliema Wanderers (Malta) v Rumanian

KEDAH SCHOOLS [ARTICLE]

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KEDAH SCHOOLS SUNOE) PATANI. Wed.— Kcdah Combined Schools athletics meet will be held here on Saturday (9 am i

US oppose British proposal [ARTICLE]

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US oppose British proposal TENNIS \fIENNA, Wed.— Britain s proT posa\ to make the Wimbledon lawn tennis championships open to professionals as well as amateurs wiij> met by strong opposition from the United States and Australia at the annual meeting of the International Lawn Tennis Federation here today. Before the

Gary to take it easy [ARTICLE]

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Gary to take it easy EDINBURGH. Wed. South African Gary Player, one of the "Big Three" of world golf, said here that he planned to go into semi-retirement to spend more time with his family. Player, on his way to St. Andrew's for the British Open which began today, said

Warning to 6 teams [ARTICLE]

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Warning to 6 teams MIBONG TEBAL, Wed. The disciplinary committee of the Province South Football League yesterday Issued a warning to the six teams competing in their tournament that a serious new would be taken of any display of bad sportsmanship. The committee announced this after inquiry into a free-for-all

SHOIB SETS RECORD FOR 1,500m [ARTICLE]

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SHOIB SETS RECORD FOR 1,500 m ATHLETICS IPOH. Wed Two Class One zone records were broken and one equalled on the final day ol the Perak Combined Schools cen- tral zone athletics meet at Anderson Road here today. Francis Khoo. of the St. Michaels Institution, who broke the 100 metres

USE M-TOURNEY FOR ALL-STARS SELECTION—Lee [ARTICLE]

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USE M-TOURNEY FOR ALL-STARS SELECTION— Lee TEOH ENG TATT: by Singapore Wednesday JNDIYIDUAL form at the Merdeka football tournament in August-September will be closely watched by an Asian selection committee if a proposal to be placed before the Asian F.C. finds favour with the congress which will be held in

Coulter to lead SRC in his last mateh [ARTICLE]

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Coulter to lead SRC in his last mateh HOCKEY SINGAPORE, Wed. Peter Coulter. Services brilliant hockey centre-half, will make his final Singapore appearing tomorrow when he represents Singapore Rec re ation Club against Ceylon Sports Club in the SHA League Cup final replay at Farrer Park. Coulter, who sails for

Zone finalists [ARTICLE]

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Zone finalists pENANG. Wed. Pykett Methodist School and Westlands School are in the Penang zone final of the inter-primary schools knockout soccer competition for the Loh Hoot Yeang Cup. Pykett Methodist edged out Francis Light. School 1-0 and Weatlands beat Welleqry Primary 2-0 in the semi-tinal mi Victoria Green today.

CRICKET Four West Indians in Forces game [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET Four West Indians in Forces game KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Four West Indians are included In me Commonwealth Forces cricket team to meet Armed Forces in their annual match at Rifle Range Road here this weekend. They are Osborne Goodlng. Erciley Webbe, both stationed tt Malacca. Ray Bennett and Linder

SPORTS SUMMARY

SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER Mor Cup final (S'porei: Depot Police 3 RAOC 0. L. Perak Div. 1 (T. Anson): Sg Bernam 3 Flemington 2. Taiping League: Survey 4 Polict Inter-district (Bentbng) Bmitong 1 Kuantan 2. Friendlier (B. Gaiah): B. Oalah 2 Kg Baharu 1; Gopeng 3 Malim Nawar 2

HOCKEY [ARTICLE]

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HOCKEY Malacca Govt. Services ko 9final: Medicals 5 Police 0. Inter-police friendly (Sg Patani): Sg Patani 4 A. Star 1.

BADMINTON [ARTICLE]

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BADMINTON Inter-district (Bentong): Bentong bt Kuantan 5-1

SEPAK RAGA [ARTICLE]

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SEPAK RAGA i Inter-district (Bentong): Ben--1 tong bt Kuantan 3-2.

'New laws give Malaysians an advantage' [ARTICLE]

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'New laws give Malaysians an advantage' RUGBY UNION SINCAPORE, Wednesday. r FHE new Rugby Union laws which will come into 1 force this season can lead to surprise results in the forthcoming Malaya Cup competition. This is the view shared by two Army rugby officials— Lt. Col. Ralph Sutton, president

Bynoe's fast 56 helps Seletar win [ARTICLE]

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Bynoe's fast 56 helps Seletar win SINGAPORE. Wed. Vie Bynoe, the Weyt Indian all-rounder, scored a fast 56 for Seletar against Gan In the Feaf cricket festival at Changi today. Bynoe's performance enabled Seletar to score their second win when they beat Gan by 121 runs today. Seletar batted first

1,500 m mark [ARTICLE]

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1,500 m mark TELUK ANSON. Wed. Four records were set up In the Perak Combined Schools south zone athletic meet here. They were in the 1.500 metres by S. Ramasamy (4min 32.25 ec); 4xloom relay by Sekolah Dato Abdul Ra/ak (41.1 sec); Long tump by Teh Boon Teik (5.96 metres

Police meet [ARTICLE]

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Police meet SEREMBAN. Wed. Negrl Sembilan Police will hold their athletlr championships on July 10--11. starting at 2 p.m.. on the King George V School ground Seremban. There will be eight finals on the first day. Prizes will be given away after each event on the second day.

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SPORTS DIARY SOtCKIt— Ipoh Div 3: DID v Hussars B Squadron (Coronation grd>. PTC v Hq. FIB (Jn A. Jalll). Spore Ulv 3.\: Gymkhana v Cosmos. Indian Youth v Seletar I:i--dians. Sanvuu.i v Tampenis. Kalians v K Ayer fall matches at Farrer Park). HOCKEY— Perak Gort Service*: Postals v CEB.

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Malapin wins again [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malapin wins again PENANG, Wed. jyjAL APIX, with Ken Smith up, maintained his unbeaten record when he gained his fourth success here today. Starting an odds-on favourite, the three-year-old outclassed his rivals over 7f despite carrying topweight of 9.0 in soft goir£. Winners were generally well-backed but there was a

BIG SWEEP [ARTICLE]

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BIG SWEEP TOTAL POOL: $52,800 1 No. *****2 ($31,680) 2 No. *****7 7.920) 3 No. *****0 (S 3.960) STARTERS ($660 each): Nos. •***** *****5 *****1 *****0 *****1 *****2 *****2 *****5 CONSOLATION (5396 each): Niis. *****5 *****7 *****0 *****6 *****1 *****8 *****0 *****1 *****1 *****7

PUTRA KLANG-FIRST $34 WINNER FOR SULTAN OF SELANGOR [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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PUTRA KLANG-FIRST $34 WINNER FOR SULTAN OF SELANGOR (9) Never Better II 7.11 (298— 97 Posner 2 U3) Malaya II 8.9 (223—110) Khanus 3 8i Wattles 9.0 (111—39) K. Leong 4 2) CAPTAINS GUIDE 7 13 1473—146) Subian 6 6) INTUITION 7.13 carr 7.6 (56 41) Rao 6 7) BRAVO

Weights for 4 races on Sunday [ARTICLE]

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Weights for 4 races on Sunday CLASS DIV. I— 7F. Chasarl 9.00 Chief Informer 8.13 Chicken Besl 8.11 Larator 8.07 toman Galley II 8.07 .ast Horizon 8.07 Teknah 8.06 imokey Ann 8.05 Jhatsmoth 8.05 Jhengai Batu 8.05 Sky Way 8.02 Lourjet 8.02 Producer n 8.00 Pepita 7.12 CLASS 6, DIV.

Title claim [ARTICLE]

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Title claim WELLINGTON, Wed. The New Zealand Boxing Association have asked for Earl Nlkora to be recognised as British Commonwealth middleweight champion In succession to fellow New Zealander Tuna Scanlan. Nikora beat Scanlan on a disqualification in a non-title bout on Monday. Scanlan hurt his hand badly during the fight

UNDERWOOD CLAIMS NINE FOR 28 FOR KENT [ARTICLE]

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UNDERWOOD CLAIMS NINE FOR 28 FOR KENT LONDON, Wed. rvEREK UNDERWOOD, Kent's 19-year-old left- arm medium pace bowler, returned the best figures of his career yesterday when he claimed nine Sussex wickets for 28 runs at Hastings. Underwood sent back the first three Sussex batsmen for 11. He then switched

JAPAN v BRITAINI? [ARTICLE]

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JAPAN v BRITAINI? LONDON Wed Japan and Britain may meet In a hockey International for the first time in August. The Japanese, who will tour Europt in August to play against Denmark Spain and Holland, are also keen to visit Britain.— Reuter.

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 5. "Take o' the loul fiend" L n^T,"" JSSlV^tth. A^numi^huV.ip m quar£.r- ,*T«) t<>rs? Wh ts lhe charge? (7». butchers i 4. 3. 6>. 7 Onen [ime fney wU; make 8. Smart girl 1:1 BWM* (10). out how- witness viewed 1 9. Hints about string on

New anti-piracy measures [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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New anti-piracy measures $525,000 to be spent on fast motor boats to combat Indonesian raids and step up campaign against pirates KIALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. ■JHK HOUSE of Representatives today approved an allocation of $525,000 to buy fast motor launches and other equipment to combat Indonesian pirates and step up its

All national-type schools get same treatment, says Rahman [ARTICLE]

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All national-type schools get same treatment, says Rahman MINISTER: NO DISCRIMINATION KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. The Minister for Education, Inche Abdul Rahman bin Haji Talib. said today that all secondary schools irrespecti v c of whether they were formerly English, Chinese or Malay institutions received the same treatment when they became

Diners' Club [ARTICLE]

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Diners' Club SINGAPORE. Wrcl. Mr. N» Cheng Bock, managing director of Diners' Club (Malaya) Lul.. will speak on 'The Worlds Credit Card No. 1 at the V's Men's Club of Singapore hIHCbeOC meet. Princr's Hotel Uiis Saturday at 1.15 p.m.

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MRS. MARIAMMA IPI Mother of the latr Nfr. O. I. Bapm and M O. I Oommen and J.suda-on IPE of the Bank of India Ltd. and Mother-in-law Of M/«. M. M. Mathrw and K. V. Mathrwo of Hume Industrie* BlnKapore paiued away peacefully at 4 p.m. on K/7'«4. The

Six civilians hurt in clash with Malayan troops in Labuan [ARTICLE]

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Six civilians hurt in clash with Malayan troops in Labuan ABOUT 60 Malayan troops from the Malaysian armed forces fought with civilians in Labuan last night, press reports reaching here said today. Six civilians were reported to have been injured in the fight, in what was described as a sequel

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON, Wed— It has been a quiet day In the stock markets, with prices tending to drift lower. Incentive was lacking while there was a tendency to cash in on the profits made earlier In the account. Most of the leaders ran back. There were, however, several good

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON, Wed. Spot 21 Hd., Aug. 20-11 16d.. Sept. 20 4 d., Oct. 20\d.. Oct./ Dec. 20-5 16d., Jan./ Mar. 20-5 16d.. Apr. June 20--5 16d.. July Sept 20-5 16d. Oct./ Dec. 20-5' 16d.. Jan. Mar. 20-5 lfid. c.i.f. July 19-15 16d. Aug. 19--!5 lfid., Sept. 19-15/ 16d. Tone:

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON. Wed.— Buyers £1237-.., sellers £1242 a, Forward buyers £1203. sellers £1204. Settlement £1245. Turnover ajn. 150 tons, p.m. 65 tons. Tone: Steady but quiet.

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