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The Straits Times, 19 February 1965

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 135,000 NATIONAL LIBRARY, The Straits Times Nat*** 1 $o*9** Estd. 1845. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1965 if 15 CENTS KDN 1189 1005

WILSON COMING [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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WILSON COMING Expected in Malaysia some time this autumn BRITISH ENVOY ASSURES JAPAN GOVERNMENT: WE WELCOME YOUR MEDIATION LONDON, Thurs. BRITAIN'S Prime Minister, Mr. Harold Wilson, is to visit Malaysia later this year, he told the House of Commons today. The British Prime Minister luis already accepted invitations to visit

Four Indon Commando officers captured in —Sabah [ARTICLE]

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Four Indon Commando officers captured in Sabah JESSELTON. Thurs. ■I Security forces rescued and captured four Indonesian Marine Commando officers and somr sergeants in the waters off Eastern Sabah, nrar Sebatik Island, it was announced today. The Indonesians belonged to the Korps Kommando Operasi or Marine Commandos, a regular military

Curfew is lifted [ARTICLE]

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Curfew is lifted KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. —The offshore curfew on the south-western coast ol Johore has been lifted, except at the south-western tip from Tanjong Kupant, up to Kuala Parit Telok Kerang. where a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew will continue until further notice. Thu off-shore curfew imposed on

6 cholera cases [ARTICLE]

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6 cholera cases BANGKOK. Thurs. Six rases of cholera, none fatal, have been reported In a village less than 20 miles from Banckok. AP.

Russia's new Minister [ARTICLE]

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Russia's new Minister MOSCOW, Thurs. Mr. Vladimir Matskevich. 56, has been appointed Soviet Minister of Agriculture, Tass reported ytsterday. He replaces Mr Ivan Volovchenko. who now becomes First Deputy Minister of Agriculture.

Not so dumb... [ARTICLE]

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Not so dumb... COLOMBO. Thurs A bull whicli escaued from the slaughterhouse here, led taxi-borne pursuers on a eight -hour chase through 50 miles of streets before shelter In the Dumb Friends' League headquarters. Reuter.

An informal chat for the Royal visitor [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An informal chat for the Royal visitor pRINCE PHILIP at Terendak Camp yesterday. This picture by Straits Times cameraman Lim VTaw Chong captures the charming- informality of the royal visitor as he pauses to chat with wives of Australian soldiers on the edge of the parade ground in the camp.

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that... CANBERRA. Thurs. Bank robbers In the tiny t»wn-.-hip ol Bellavista. on the Victoria-New South Wales border, today lost a gamble for a A 100.000 prize. After breaking into the bank. the thieves were faced with two safe.-- one containing only bank documents, and the other a A

S'pore rolls out the red carpet [ARTICLE]

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S'pore rolls out the red carpet GABRIEL LEE IMMACULATE IN BROWN SUIT AND A TAN i By OINGAPORE, Thurs. *3 —The red carpet was rolled out today for Prince Philip, who flew in from Malacca for a two-day official visit to Singapore. When his plane touched down at 3.45 p.m.,

Record British production [ARTICLE]

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Record British production LONDON, Thurs. Britain s industrial output rose to an alltime record level in December. The monthly Industrial production index rose a point to 132, as against a static 127 for the first nine months of 1964. The base figure of 100 was set in 1958.

New strongman [ARTICLE]

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New strongman VIENTIANE. Thurs. Education Minister Leuam Insi&ieiigmay has been appointed leader of the Laotian rlghtwing faction to replace former strongman Gen. Phouml Nosavan. reliable sources said today.— UPl.

Prince Andrew [ARTICLE]

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Prince Andrew LONDON. Thurs. Prime Andrew, second son of Queen ElUabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, celebrates his fifth blrth- day tomorrow.

U.S. jets on mystery mission [ARTICLE]

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U.S. jets on mystery mission DANAXG (S. Vietnam). Thurs. An undetermined number of United States jetH«hters took off from this airbase today in the direction of Laos on a secret mission. They returned four hours later. American officials here would not reveal their mission or their destination. The jetflghters were

Gambia is free [ARTICLE]

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Gambia is free BATHURST < Gambia i Thurs Gambia. Britain's oldest mid last West African colony became independent at midnight when the Union Jack was lowered for the last time and replaced with the new blue. red. green, and white national flag ai a i eiemony in Central Square here.

Three-day visit [ARTICLE]

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Three-day visit BANGKOK. Thurs Britain's Defence Chief of Staff. Earl Mountbatten. arrived here today by air for a three-day offical visit at the invitation of the Thai Government. Reuter.

Cuban style revolt plot in India [ARTICLE]

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Cuban style revolt plot in India NEW DELHI. Thurs.— The Indian Government charged today that pro-Chinese Communists were plotting a Cuban-style revolution before mass arrests crushed an extensive underground organisation. Guerilla warfare instructions, written by Ernesto Che Guevara, one of Cuban Prim" 1 Minister Fidel Castro's tt>!> aides, were being

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS McNAMARA: WE WILL NEVER PULL OUT WASHINGTON, Than. Mr McN.imar.i I 1 Defence Secretary, s >'«' today I S would not pull out of South Vietnam ■cater

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Police killed seven in revenge: Court [ARTICLE]

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Police killed seven in revenge: Court \AIK«HI. Thurs— Krm.i polire murdered seven "inn<K<-nt civilians"' to ftveaffe the killing of one of their colleagues, a magistrate ruled here yesterdaj The mfMrate, Mr. a. R. \V. Hani-ox, v.is nhinj: a rulin v at the i-nd of an inquiry into the deaths of

Ne Win in Dacca [ARTICLE]

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Ne Win in Dacca DACCA. Tliurs— Gen. Ne Win of Burma and nil wife flew hero today on their slate visit of Pakistan.— L'PI

Britain holds high-level talks on Vietnam [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Britain holds high-level talks on Vietnam LONDON, Thursday NEW KREMLIN INTEREST BRITAIN has had high-level separate contacts over the grave Vietnam crisis with the United States and the Soviet Union during the past 48 hours officials said here last night. In London, Prime Minister Wilson yesterday had his second meeting

Johnson: We seek no wider war [ARTICLE]

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Johnson: We seek no wider war WASHINGTON. Thurs. President Johnson reaffirmed yesterday that the Inited States sought no wider war in Vietnam but that it would Uk« whatever steps were necesNary to meet Communist aggression. The President spoke after he had consulted former President Eisenhower at the White House for

Soek's rocket order [ARTICLE]

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Soek's rocket order JAKARTA. Thurs. President Soelcarno has ordered his Air Pon-e to step up it's rocket production.

Why the Afro-Asians hate the U.S.—by a Senator [ARTICLE]

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Why the Afro-Asians hate the U.S.— by a Senator WASH INGTON, Thurs, Senator Frank Church, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, told the Senate yesterday that a U.S. policy of interfering in the internal affairs of the developing nations of Africa and Asia was backfiring. "We have permitted ourselves

Kidnapped officials found slain [ARTICLE]

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Kidnapped officials found slain BRAZZAVILLE. Thurs. The mutilated bodies of the Congo < Brazzaville) Attorney-General and l he Director of the National News Agency were found yesterday on the banks of the Congo River. Brazzaville Radio said. The radio said the two officials. Lazard Matsokota and Ansclme Massouane. were kidnapped

5,000 attack U.S. Embassy [ARTICLE]

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5,000 attack U.S. Embassy KAMPALA (Usanda) Thurs. A mob of 5.000 Africans stormed the U.S. Embassy yesterday in protest against American support for the Congolese Premier. Mr. Moise Tshombe. Demonstrators smashed windows, then tore down the American flag and ripped it to shreds.— UPl

SYRIANS EXPEL U.S. ENVOY AS SPY [ARTICLE]

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SYRIANS EXPEL U.S. ENVOY AS SPY BEIRUT. Thursday. VIR. WALTER Snowdon, the Second Secretary at j iTl the American Embassy in Damascus, arrived in Beirut last night after having been expelled by th« Syrian Government on charges of espionage. Damascus Radio said In a j newscast that Syrian authorities have

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DOCTORS DECIDE: MORE PAY OR WE QUIT [ARTICLE]

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DOCTORS DECIDE: MORE PAY OR WE QUIT I ONDON. Thurs. 23,000 family doctors served notice last night on the Government that they will withdraw from the National Health Service unless their demands for a major increase in pay and conditions of service are met. The doctors' showdown with the Government

Police hurt in Brooklyn Negro clash [ARTICLE]

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Police hurt in Brooklyn Negro clash NEW YORK. Thurs. Windows were broken and policemen hit by cartons of milk when some 400 Negro teenagers clashed in Brooklyn yesterday with about 100 students from a nearby university. The Negroes were picketing the Board of Education offices In support of racial balance

Mines on border can start N-war, says Russia [ARTICLE]

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Mines on border can start N-war, says Russia -|\/|OSCOW. Thurs. IYX —Marshal Vasily Sokolovsky. former Soviet Chief of General Staff, yesterday warned that accidental detonation of a nuclear mine along West Germany's eastern borders would lead to world nuclear war. West Germany would bo a desert vithin hours. he declared.

Lady Churchill plans holiday [ARTICLE]

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Lady Churchill plans holiday LONDON. Thurs— Lady Churchllt widow of Sir Winston Churchill, is to leave London next Wednesday for a holiday In Barbados. It was announced here. She will be accompanied by her daughter. Mrs. Mary Soames, and Mr. Christopher Soames. Reuter.

American may land on moon before 1970 [ARTICLE]

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American may land on moon before 1970 WASHINGTON, Thurs. An American may land on the moon earlier than the target year of 1970, Mr. James E. Webb, head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, suggested yesterday. He told the House of Representatives space committee that if all the planned

Churchill stamp [ARTICLE]

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Churchill stamp LONDON. Thurs.— A portrait of Sir Winston Churchill will appear on special commemorative stamps to be Issued in April or May. the Postmaster-General. Mr Aiithony Wedgwood, announced. UPI.

Parents shot by son for nagging [ARTICLE]

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Parents shot by son for nagging DEVERLY HILLS, Thurs. Songwriter Jerry Livingston* and his wife, Ruth, were shot yesterday by their 22-year-old son because they nagged him for staying in bed until 1 p.m. The parents were taKen from their fashionable home to Ucla Medical Centre. Livingston, 53. was shot

Motor strike [ARTICLE]

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Motor strike COVENTRY. Thurs. Nearly 16.000 motor industry workers were idle in seven factories yesterday because of strike over pay and conditions. Reufer.

World famous woman flier dies in crash [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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World famous woman flier dies in crash UK. PINES. (California), Thurs. Aviatrix Joan Merriam Smith, who flaw solo around the world in 1964. was killed yesterday when her borrowed private nlane crashed on a short mountain hop. Federal authorities said. A woman companion also died in the crash. Witnesses said

Beatle firm gets Stock Exchange listing, but... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Beatle firm gets Stock Exchange listing, but... LONDON, Thursday. TWO of the Beatles moved officially into the gold dollar millionaire class yesterday to the usual chorus of disapproval from adults. But this time the old folks are not the parents of hysterical teenagers. They are the financial editors of the

Dentists strike for pay rise [ARTICLE]

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Dentists strike for pay rise PARIS. Thurs. Private den- 1 tists in the Paris area began a three-day strike yesterday to back a claim for better pay and tax arrangements and to protest against the gradual state control of medical services. Police have a secret lLst of 40 I surgeries

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ROBBERS RAPED A NANNY, COURT IS TOLD [ARTICLE]

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ROBBERS RAPED A NANNY, COURT IS TOLD SINGAPORE, Thurs.— A preliminary inquiry was told today how a 51 -year-old unmarried British nanny was alleged to have been raped by two armed robbers early one morning in August last year. In the dock were Mohammed Hashim bin Mohammed Ibrahim, 17, and

'Do-it-yourself classes [ARTICLE]

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'Do-it-yourself classes SINGAPORE, Thurs. The Adult Education Board Is organising a "do-it-yourself woodwork course in English at the Queenstown Secondary Technical School commencing on Feb. 23. Classes will be held every Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Application forms are obtainable from the Adult Education Board, Cultural Centre, Canning

Reunion dinner for Old Boys [ARTICLE]

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Reunion dinner for Old Boys SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Gan Eng Seng School Old Students Association will hold its annual reunion dinner at the Great Shanghai Room In Armenian Road on Feb. 27 at 7.30 p.m. Tickets for Chinese and Muslim food can be obtained from the association's secretary. Mr. George

Union gets mandate for action in bank row [ARTICLE]

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Union gets mandate for action in bank row SINGAPORE, Thurs. Members of the Singapore Bank Officers Association employed at the Chartered Bank have empowered the union's executive committee to take any form of industrial action, including a strike, in support of their claims for a "fair and equitable" collective agreement.

Union rejects $7m pay rise offer [ARTICLE]

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Union rejects $7m pay rise offer DEADLOCK IN PORT WAGE TALKS SINGAPORE. Thursday THE Port of Singapo r e Authority has offered its 12,000 employees pay rises costing $7 million more a year, but the offer has been rejected by the Singapore Harbour Board Staff Association, representing the workers. The

MAN HELD IN GAMING RAID IS ACQUITTED [ARTICLE]

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MAN HELD IN GAMING RAID IS ACQUITTED SINGAPORE. Thurs. A magistrate's court was told today how a CID party forced Its way Into a darkroom, used for developing films, to conduct a bookmaking raid resulting in the seizure of betting documents with a face value of $11,000. Goh Cheow Thlong,

Spoken English [ARTICLE]

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Spoken English SINGAPORE. Thurs. Mis Ivy Soh will conduct a series of 12 lectures on spxV.en English (or the Study Group Movement every Tuesday at 6 p.m. beginning on Feb. 23 at the British Council In Orchard Road. The fee for the whole course is $10.

'Appeal to America' resolution for MCA [ARTICLE]

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'Appeal to America' resolution for MCA KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs The 15th central general assembly of the Malaysian Chinese Association will be asked on Saturday to appeal to the U.S. Government to assist Malaysia In its fight against Indonesian agnression This Is one of the resolutions to be presented to the

$1,800 in prizes for talentime contest [ARTICLE]

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$1,800 in prizes for talentime contest SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Boys* Town Old Boys' Association will hold the first heat of Its Talentime for Schools 1965 In aid of Its .scholarship funds on Feb. 21 at 7.30 p.m. at the Cultural Centre, Canning Rise Prizes totalling $1,800 have been donated for

International photo salon [ARTICLE]

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International photo salon SINGAPORE, Thurs— The 16th Singapore International Salon ot Photography will be held at the National Library lecture hall from May 8 to 16. Entries close on April 5. Entry forms can be obtained from the Photographic Society of Singapore. 4 Cashln Street, Singapore 7.

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IN MD OUT BY AIR 1 THK following la today's tchedulc *of civil aircraft movement* at Paya Leoar airport, Singapore: ARRIVAL* 60 AC: From London, Frankfurt, Damaxcui. Karachi, Calcutta, Kuala I npur, (BA 794) 5.46 p.m.; from London. Zurich, Tel Aviv, Tcberan. Bombay. Colombo (BA 712) 6.23 p.m.; from Sydney,

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DIPARTUKES OAC: To Rangoon. New Delhi. Beirut. Rome, Frankfurt. London, i HA 701) 7.40 p.m.: to Darwin. RrKbane, Melbourne (BA 712) 7.10 p.m.; to Bombay, Beirut, London (BA 703) 9.05 p.m. Japan Air Lin**: To Djakarta, (JL 715) 7.30 P.m. Pan-A.iMrl*an: To Saigon. Manila, Honolulu, Lo* Angelea, San Franciaco (PA

Emergency laws for tenants from next week [ARTICLE]

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Emergency laws for tenants from next week FEW AREAS IN JOHORE, MALACCA FIRST > KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. I Tenants' Registration Regulations will be enforced for the first time next week since the Emergency was declared on Sept. 3 last year. For a start, residents in certain areas of Joh o

Local firm to begin car assembling [ARTICLE]

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Local firm to begin car assembling SINGAPORE, Thursday. A LOCAL motor company is to start assembling A Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and commercial vehicles in Singapore and Petaling Jaya about the end of the year. I The Cycle and Carriage Co. 'Industries i Ltd. will start a $2';. million assembly plant

Blinded man: Inquiry date [ARTICLE]

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Blinded man: Inquiry date KAMPAR, Thurs. The magistrate's court here has set March 16 for the preliminary inquiry of the case in which a tin mine k»pala. Lee Swee Chong. 31. waa blinded by two robbers. Ng Chook Ming. 23. and Slew Pak Lan. 25, both mining labourers, are alleged

Umno youths to escort Tengku [ARTICLE]

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Umno youths to escort Tengku PENANG. Thurs. A squad of 50 motor cycles ridden by Umno youths will escort. Tengku Abdul Rahman to Omno hall on Fih 23 when he sets out to declare open the new two-storey building. More than 1.000 guests will later icin the Tengku at lunch

Shop robbed [ARTICLE]

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Shop robbed PENANG, Thurs. Four armed robbers raided a sundry shop In Chow Thye Road and escaped with nearly $600 in cash and jewellery.

His month's salary for JFK-fund [ARTICLE]

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His month's salary for JFK-fund KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs.— A mechanic Mr. Mana A. Alagapan, 57. of the Telecommunications Department, has contributed $100 his month's salary —to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Fund. He told Mr. Harry S. Casler, Director of USIS in Malaysia, when he handed the money to him:

Kelantan seeks $2 mil. loan [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan seeks $2 mil. loan KOTA BHARU. Thurs.— The Kelantan State Government has asked the Central Government for a loan of $2,000,000 to build a new State SecretariatThe proposed four-storey building will also house other State departments. Work on the building is expected to start before the end of the

New PFC member [ARTICLE]

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New PFC member KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— Dat* Wan Abdul Aziz bin Ungku H.i.ii Abdullah, a member of the Public Services Commission, has been appointed a member of the Police Force Commission, it was announced here today. He was formerly the Mentri Besar of Pahang.

'STATE OF MADRAS' DUE IN STORE ON MONDAY [ARTICLE]

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'STATE OF MADRAS' DUE IN STORE ON MONDAY SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The State of Madras which has been overdue in Singapore will now arrive on Monday. The agents for the ship. R. Jumabhoy and Sons, in announcing the arrival date today said: "We regret the inconvenience caused to passengers booked on

Three blind women may see again in 3 weeks' time [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Three blind women may see again in 3 weeks' time SINGAPORE, Thurs. A 12-year-old Iban girl from Sarawak, and two elderly blind women one of whom Is a leper yesterday underwent corneagrafting operations by well-known London eye surgeon, Mr Harold Ridley. They will know in about three weeks' time, when

Appointed new headmaster [ARTICLE]

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Appointed new headmaster TANOKAK. Thurs. Inche Abu Bakar bin Ali. the former supervisor of the Secondary Continuation School hen-, has been appointed the first headmaster of a new Malay medium secondary school. The school which is the first of its kind has an enrolment of about a hundred pupils

Council arrears warning [ARTICLE]

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Council arrears warning BENTONO. Thurs. The president of the Town Council here has warned that action will be taken against those who fall to pay up their arrears in assessment rates, conservancy and scavenging fees before the end of this month. The president. Mr. Tan Kung Chuan. said that the

Factory opening [ARTICLE]

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Factory opening SINOAPORE. Thur.s— The Finance Minister. Dr. Ooli Ken? Swee. will open the Mm Ngai Knitting Factory <S) Ltd. in Jurong at 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Minister's date [ARTICLE]

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Minister's date BlM(iAr\M*», ma..'. Hit Mm. .nut XX Luv. ivir. \V. MMigi.tr. win .iUcuu a jonu Hail tvaya Puasa unu L'luncsc M« ic.u 1 uiiuiL-i al mt bWIM Cou. me bcnooi, uuneani ttoaa a- < p.m. im o.nu.uay.

Malaysian soldiers and the unwed mothers of Sarawak... [ARTICLE]

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Malaysian soldiers and the unwed mothers of Sarawak... I/'UCHING, Thurs Some soldiers from Malaya and Singapore are exploiting a legal technicality to seduce Sarawak girls and th?n abandon them, according to Ustaz Abdul Ka<iir Hassan, relisrtous lecturer and member of the legal committee of the Majlis Islam. This practice should

Called to the Bar [ARTICLE]

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Called to the Bar LONDON. Thurs. The following Malaysians have j been called to the Bar In London Wcjng Chok Meng iKunia Lumpur i. Mis-s M.<y I.au Buona Yu (Singapore). L. Randan Kuala Lumpur). Suhaimi bin Dato Haii Kamaruddin. (Selangor); V K Moorthy (Singapore): MUs. Lo Wan (Singapore): R. H.

Kien Kung case: Statement by H.K. policeman [ARTICLE]

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Kien Kung case: Statement by H.K. policeman SINGAPORE. Thurs. DEPOSITIONS made by a Hong Kong police officer and a Royal Naval commander were submitted to the Singapore High Court today in the continued hearing of three insurance claims arising from the December 1962 disappearance of the freighter, Kien Kung, in

Flying doctor [ARTICLE]

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Flying doctor jLbhaLiON. Thurs. Sabah now has us own vying doctor ser- vice io provide medical facilities to iieople living In inaccessible jungle areas, the State Minister of Health, Mr. ttichard Yap. an- 1 nounced

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'Fighter' arrested [ARTICLE]

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'Fighter' arrested SINGAPORE. Tliurs Detectives raided a hut in Jalan Chens Hwa. Bokil Panjang. last night and arrested an 18-year-old '•fighter" of the Sio Kun Tong secret society of 18 group under the Criminal I Law (Temporary Provisions) or- I dlnance

LIM URGES ACTION TO SOLVE RACE PROBLEMS [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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LIM URGES ACTION TO SOLVE RACE PROBLEMS 'Communalism is major issue and so we must discuss it' PENANG, Thurs DR. LIM CHONG EU, secretary-general of the United Democratic Party, today urged all political parties to "restrain extreme elements among their members." He said these elements could be a great danger

"Suspicious sampan' so Shell sentry opens fire [ARTICLE]

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"Suspicious sampan' so Shell sentry opens fire SINGAPORE. Thurs. A Territorial Army sentry in Pulau Bukom Besar opened fire last night it what he claimed was an unidentified man rowing in sampan towards the Sh/ll oil installation. Th.- next moment, he told polite, be saw the mm rowing furiously towards

Brunei gets two new officers [ARTICLE]

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Brunei gets two new officers BRUNEI TOWN. Thurs.— Mr. TP. Porde. 49. formerly thp i principal immigration officer in I Tanganyika, has been appointed Controller of Immigration. Brunei. Another new arrival is Mr- R. Wuddell. who becomes State EnßiiiPPr from this week. Mr. Waddell was State Engineer. Selangor before coming

PM greets Gambia's freedom [ARTICLE]

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PM greets Gambia's freedom KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. The Prime Minister today sent a congratulatory message to the Prime Minister of Gambia, Mr. D. K Kawara. on the occasion of the West African country's independence The message reads: "The Government and people of Malaysia share with you your joy in the

Two 12-year-old break-in boys [ARTICLE]

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Two 12-year-old break-in boys SINGAPORE, Thurs. The Juvenile Court yesterday heard a report on how two boys, both aged 12, broke into six homes in a private housing estate in daylight. The boys said that they worked closely together. As the result of observation they knew when the occupants would

SHOT BOY RIDDLE [ARTICLE]

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SHOT BOY RIDDLE A LOR STAR, Thurs. Police are investigating the death of a five-year-old boy, M. Rajendran, found shot in his house at Jalan Puteh, Seberang Perak. yesterday. The boy had a gunshot wound in his throat. The shot is believed to have been fired from a revolver belonging

Civil defence dance [ARTICLE]

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Civil defence dance PENANG. Thurs.— Civil defence workers and volunteers in the Penang division will hold a Rettogether dinner and iance at their Peel Avenue headquarters at 7.30 p.m. on Feb. 27.

103 accidents [ARTICLE]

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103 accidents SINGAPORE. Thurs— A total of 103 accidents occurred yesterday on Singapore roads, police said this morning. None of them was fatal, although two of them were serious.

Malaysia may get more French capital [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia may get more French capital KUALA L D MPUR, Thurs The Deputy President of the French National Assembly. Mr. Jean Chamant. said today that there was a possibility of an increased flow of French capital into Malaysia this year. Mr. Chamant said this before he left by air for

Tariff Board will submit report soon [ARTICLE]

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Tariff Board will submit report soon I/UALA LUMPUR. Thurs. 1Y The Tariff Advisory Board in now preparing a report on its flr.st public Inquiry held to consider the Inclusion of 101 items for the Malavslan Common Market, and will submit it shortly to the Central Government. The Minister of Finance.

Batek paintings exhibition [ARTICLE]

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Batek paintings exhibition KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Thy Mo Leong of Penanfj will hold week-long exhibition of his batek paintings at the British Council Centre here from Monday. Miss PO. Lim. deputy chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Art Gallery, will open the exhibition.

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'Benefits' offer fails to start rush of donors [ARTICLE]

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'Benefits' offer fails to start rush of donors SINGAPORE, Thurs.— Despite the introduction of special medical benefits for people who donate blood more than twice a year, the number of donors has not increased appreciably since the scheme was announced. This was stated today by a spokesman of the Blood

Trip to Sabah for Dr Lim [ARTICLE]

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Trip to Sabah for Dr Lim KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— The Minister of Commerce and Industry. Dr. Lim Swee Aun, will visit Sabnh from Sunday to Feb. 27. H? will inspect factories and Industrial sites in Jesselton and meet representatives of firms-

Service recognition [ARTICLE]

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Service recognition SINGAPORE. Thurs. Twentyone retired officers of the Ministry ot Health with a total of 685 years service will be presented with valedictory letters by the Minister of Health. Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin. at a ceremony to be held on Feb. 24 at the Ministry's conference room in Palmer

DON'T pay more for your imported beer yet... [ARTICLE]

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DON'T pay more for your imported beer yet... KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. JF YOU drink imported beer, DON'T pay more for your pint yet though the duty was increased by $2.40 a gallon or 30 cents a pint from today. That is the advice of importers You will only have to

800 SEEK ADMISSION TO NANTAH [ARTICLE]

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800 SEEK ADMISSION TO NANTAH SINGAPORE. Thurs. More than 800 applications for admission to Nanyang University had been received when applications closed this afternoon. About half of the applications came from Singapore. The other half came from other States ol Malaysia Entrance examinations for those applicants not holding a full

Six get diploma in fisheries [ARTICLE]

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Six get diploma in fisheries SINGAPORE. Thurs.— The Uni-' vrr.sity of Singapore has an- nounced that the following candiI dales have passed the examination for the Diploma in Fisheries. Mtss Chen Chew. Chua Thia Eng. Lai Hoi Chaw. Peter Llew Ket Loong. Soh Cheng Lam. alias Soo Lim Kirn. and

New extensions to hospital [ARTICLE]

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New extensions to hospital SINGAPORE. Thurs. Th P Minister lor Health. Mr. Yong Nyuk Lin. will open the new extensions to Thomson Road Hospital on Saturday. The extensions, which consist of two buildings to house an outpatient casualty unit, a follow-up, unit and a surgical unit, have been built at

Liner for S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Liner for S'pore SINGAPORE. Thurs. The P. j and O Orient liner Orsova will arrive in Singapore on March 2.

WAR ON SMUGGLERS COSTS GOVT $30,000 A DAY [ARTICLE]

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WAR ON SMUGGLERS COSTS GOVT $30,000 A DAY DENANG. Thurs 1\ senior superintendent of Customs, Inche Mohamed N'uri bin Sam Abdul l-'.i-tif. told the Sessions Court yesterday the Government was spending air. ii I PMM to V.IHHHI a day to combat tin- increasing activities of smugglers. He was asking for

$3,500 a month more for Sultan [ARTICLE]

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$3,500 a month more for Sultan KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The personal allowance of the Sultan of Selargor is to be increased from $14,000 a month to $17,500. A Bill giving effect to thLs was published today It will be tabled at the neJU meeting of the Selangor Legislative Assembly. The

Dinner for Negri ruler [ARTICLE]

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Dinner for Negri ruler SEREMBAN. Thurs. All communities in Negri Sembilan will entertain the Yarn? di-Pertuan Besar to a dinner at the Negri Bembilan Chinese Recreation Club on April 3 to celebrate the Ruler's 43rd birthday. The state's celebration will be on March 29. the actual date of the Yang

PAYROLL TAX NETS $640,000 IN FIRST MONTH [ARTICLE]

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PAYROLL TAX NETS $640,000 IN FIRST MONTH SINGAPORE. Thurs. A total of nearly $640,000 was paid in Singapore up till last night in payroll tax by 4.122 employers, a spokesman for the Collector of Payroll Tax said today. He estimated that over 5.000 employers here were liable for the tax.

Umno plan to counter PMIP rallies [ARTICLE]

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Umno plan to counter PMIP rallies TTOTA BHARU, Thurs. 1Y The local division of Umno is to hold public rallies to counter the rallies planned by l the PMIP in protest; against the recent arrests of its leaders. The chairman of the division. Senator Nik Hassan bin Nik Yahya. said

PMIP changes [ARTICLE]

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PMIP changes KANGAR. Thurs. The Perils PMIP is being reorganised this month following a one-week visit by Inche Abu Bakar Hamzah. M.P.. a member of the party's central executive.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Wmrdk Hi (Minimum i MR. AND MRS C ThaMaiyaslngam thank friends and rrlati\e* for their attendance Hnd im-mnn on the occasion I fir t'l-ir wedding on ;.:.IMi at Talping. IRENE AND JOHNNY CHIA thank friends and rrlatlvrs who Rt tended and funernl of ih'ir Krsndmoch.T on 1« *>.%.

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM in Word* SIS (Minimum) MRS. K. AVADURAI MaMMM*) Hl.n»m» of grave on l'U-2-6i at 4 30 rm. at Cheran Cemetery followed t'T ■tasjattaa High M«» at 6 p.m at St. AMhonv Krlrndii and relatives cordialiy IsTMi --T-T-IT-

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT [ARTICLE]

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENT 'I W»rdM U (mintmmm) MARK LUKE Acts Course* througfe Upward Path help you understand th* Rihle. Other Courses are also available. P.O Box 902. X.L, EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH, r V iruMid Avenue, 8 tore Richard Grtrn from South Afrua <nd Oonpsl Melody Makers 7.45 p.m. Keb 16—21. All

The Straits Times Friday. February 19. 1965. UN In Deep Trouble [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Friday. February 19. 1965. UN In Deep Trouble I What then is the motive? Mr. r Budo prolessed to be speaking for the lesser nations, charging i "two great powers" with instituting the moratorium on i voting without heeding the wishes of the smaller states, j But

Talk Teasers [ARTICLE]

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Talk Teasers Hard on the heels of Premier Sato's announcement that he will shortly try to mediate in the dispute between Malaysia and Indonesia, comes news j that President Ayub Khan is also contemplating a peace j initiative. Both the Japanese and the Pakistan leaders were host to Dr. Subandrio

Cutting Costs [ARTICLE]

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Cutting Costs Mr. Tan Siew Sin's state* j ment on the need for Govern- ment economy will, it is to be hoped, lead to more energetic action- than has followed similar statements in the past. There can be no question but that the services provided by the Government can be

JOHNSON'S war of secrecy [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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JOHNSON'S war of secrecy IF MOSCOW CLAIMS RIGHT TO SUPPORT 'WARS OF LIBERATION/ WASHINGTON CAN HARDLY BE DENIED SAME RIGHT... ~~by A SPECIAL WRITER WASHINGTON Thursday IT IS THE PRESIDENT WHO DRAWS UP FLIGHT PLANS AND DECIDES ON BOMB LOAD THE new A m c rican con sensus on foreign

LETTERS

C-schools: A puzzle [LETTER]

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C-schools: A puzzle rFHE comprehe nsive X school system is most baffling. Form Two students in continuation schools last year have been placed in Form Three in the regular schools this year. These students failed their secondary school entrance examination, but now they are one year ahead of their contemporaries

LEARNING MALAY (46) [ARTICLE]

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LEARNING MALAY (46) YUNUS MARIS by M.A. University of Malaya 46. VERBS AND VERBAL PHRASES icont.). VOCABULARY: wakil tn> representative, delegate; yakin (v> to believe: tumit (B) heel; UnerJ tiuntt (N. for tumit tingtii high heeled; keriUnc (adj) curly; bola mi bull: sepak ivi to kick; boto sepak tNi football

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iltißß XV Ew 7 I WHAT IS "GENIE EYE" AND WHAT ARE ITS ADVANTAGES "GENIE EYE" is the nickname given to a revolutionary exposure meter developed by YASHICA. This meter hos 3 resistors; one to measure the highlights, another the lowlights, and the third, to 'mediate' between the two readings

A big Maori welcome [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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A big Maori welcome DUKE 'CHALLENGED' AT TERENDAK CAMP -THEN IS ACCEPTED INTO TRIBE' 'THE Duke of Etiin- burgh, being given a Maori welcome when he visited the Ist. Bn., Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment in Terendak Camp in Malacca yesterday. The Duke was first "challenged" by a Maori chieftain

Committee to study foreign degrees [ARTICLE]

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Committee to study foreign degrees KUALA LUMPUR. Thur.v The Central Government is to set up a committee to study the question of recognition of foreign degrees for entry into the public service. The committee which will be headed by the Principal Establishment Officer. Malaysia, wIU be known as the Standing

PAP stages three concerts to instil racial harmony [ARTICLE]

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PAP stages three concerts to instil racial harmony KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The People's Action Party cultural bureau is to starre three concerts next month to promote racial harmony and understanding. The show in Kuala Lumpur will be on March 28. while those in Seremban and Malacca will take place on

VC-10 begins official flight with 18 guests [ARTICLE]

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VC-10 begins official flight with 18 guests SINGAPORE. Thurs. A total of 18 Malaysian guests, including 12 from Singapore, left here for London today on BOAC's Inaugural VC-10 flight between Singapore and London. They comprised representatives from Government. Press, film, and radio, and commercial organisations. The VC-10 Jet took off

10 for India tour [ARTICLE]

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10 for India tour SINGAPORE- Thurs. Only 10 students instead of the 20 tr- pected are ioining the goodwill and study tour of India and Pn--1 kist m organised by the History Society of the University of SlngI spore- The tour begins tomorrow.

Typhoid outbreak traced to village hit by drought [ARTICLE]

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Typhoid outbreak traced to village hit by drought TANGKAK Uohore), Thursday. AT least four confirmed cases of typhoid and seven suspects have been admitted to the Tangkak District Hospital. Six cases, among them three women, were admitted today. All were suffering from high temperature. The outbreak has been traced to

Trial of Campos postponed again [ARTICLE]

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Trial of Campos postponed again LTUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— 1X The trial of Christopher Bertram Campos. 33. was put off again today as the Deputy Public Prosecutor, Inche Idrl.s bin YusofT. wanted more time to prepare his case. Inche Idris. who has taken over from Inche Harun M. Hashim. told the

Aden phone calls [ARTICLE]

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Aden phone calls KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs— The oversea telephone service has been extended to Aden. Service will be available between 6 p.m. and 8 p m from Monday to Saturday.

Court hears Sim demand for holiday work [ARTICLE]

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Court hears Sim demand for holiday work SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The Housing and Development Board today told the Industrial Arbitration Court that it was not necessary to work its workmeni in its estates department 365 days a year. The Board's estates manager. Mr. Tan Tian Boon. said that no health hazards

Canberra's request: Police held wrong man [ARTICLE]

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Canberra's request: Police held wrong man CINGAPORJi, Thurs. A man detained yesterday by Singapore police when the Greek liner Patris docked here I from Australia was re- leased today. The local police acted on the request of Canberra police. 1 who were looking for a man wanted in connection with

New car for Tengku [ARTICLE]

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New car for Tengku KUALA LUMPUR. Thiirs. Tengku Abdul Rahman is to hay* a new car a Chrysler New Yorker. Costing about $25,000. it will arrive at Port Swettenham aboard the cargo ship. Ellen Maersk. on Sunday. It will replace the Prime Minister's present car. a Chrysler Imperial, which was

Kidwai's tour [ARTICLE]

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Kidwai's tour KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs.— The Irdian Hifrti Commissioner, Mr. i Mustafa Kamil Kiclwai. will arrive in Singapore on Sunday for lour-day visit. Mr. G. V. Shukla. First Secretary (Information), will accompany him

Youth club show [ARTICLE]

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Youth club show KUALA LUMPUR. Tliurs. The Kampont? Pandan Youth Club and other youth organisiij tions here will stage a "Variety International" show at the Dcwan I Belia. Kampong Pandan. on SaturI day at 8 p.m

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FOREIGN DESK EXTRA

UN MAY CANCEL ITS MEETING TODAY [ARTICLE]

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UN MAY CANCEL ITS MEETING TODAY UNITED NATIONS, Thursday ALBANIA flatly rejected yesterday all appeals to withdraw its demand for an immediate vote in the General Assembly, raising the strong possibility that the world body might cancel its meeting scheduled for today (3.30 a.m. Friday Malayan time). Diplomatic sources said

LEAGUE TO PROTECT AMERICANS ABROAD [ARTICLE]

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LEAGUE TO PROTECT AMERICANS ABROAD WASHINGTON, Thurs. An organisation to promote the interests of the more than 1.5 million Americans living and working in foreign countries has been established. Mr. James J. Wadsworth, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Is chairman of the board of advisers. The new group

Air Force chief [ARTICLE]

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Air Force chief RAWALPINDI. Thurs- Air Vice Marshal Nur Khan, managing director of Pakistan International Airlines, will take over as Commander-tn-Chlef of the Pakistan Air Porce on July 33. it was officially announced here. Reuter.

Brando tells all about his brides... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Brando tells all about his brides... HE MARRIED 'WITH AIM OF GETTING AN EARLY DIVORCE' SANTA MONICA (California). Thursday have ladies in my home for many pur--1 *»m\s, including sexual, but I would not like to give the impression that people are invited to my A home primarily for sexual

Gilded models in bikinis attend £3,000 party [ARTICLE]

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Gilded models in bikinis attend £3,000 party f ONDON, Thnrs. London's luxury Carlton Tower Hotel is back to normal after a "James Bond party" attended by gold-painted models clad in bikinis, a brawny bouncer dressed like the fictional secret agent's enemy. "Oddjob" and many of the city's young socialites. Mr.

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Congratulations to PERAK RIVER HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER CO. LTD. on the occasion of the official opening of their MALIM NAWAR EXTENSION =Q TAI KONG CO. LTD. 19-21, Hugh Low Street, Ipoh. Suppliers of:HARDWARE BUILDING MATERIALS

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 5. A head-cover of calico I 8 YIPs explain why they (etched (4). couldn't play bllllardi (8) 6. It could be ever so rich and 9. Btat« ring upset Negro (6). named with local consUtenrv 10. Rays on Ice (0). (10.5). 11. Toffs ran from contumely

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MEANS Vr iff i THE TWO NEW 20 MEGAWATT SUPPLIES MORE THAN swJ NAWAR 40,000 HOMES BUSINESSES

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ALMOST A MILLION POUNDS OF STEAM PER HOUR OF BOILER PLANT FOR MALIM NAWAR POWER STATION OF THE PERAK RIVER HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY LIMITED. DESIGNED, ERECTED AND COMMISSIONED BY BABCOCK Over the last thirty years BABCOCK WILCOX LTD., have been privileged to supply ELEVEN WATER TUBE BOILERS together with PIPING

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I j THE CENTRAL ELECTRICITY BOARD congratulates THE PERAK RIVER HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY LIMITED on the official commissioning of a further 2 x 20,000 KW steam generating plant and ancillary equipment at the Malim Nawar Power Station by His Highness the Sultan of Perak. The Board welcomes the commissioning of

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Congratulations to PERAK RIVER HYDRO POWER CO. LTD. on the official opening of their new extension in Malim Nawar. Jf Mj M w We ore proud to be entrusted with the transportation of the Heavy Transformers (approx. 35 tons). Plus loading and unloading. TUCK SENG LOONG TRANSPORT SERVICE CO. LTD.

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Heartiest Congratulations to PERAK RIVER HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER CO., LTD. %&SR BflW i iMh JiT **in7 1 ii A"i friiJMlßkßArihßiiMß: "■owMHI Hfe^ EBB^^B^B^BnP'^K'i^/GflSvt Mftwttti^^Av fl^^^HflHH a F I i <-4^^ jßjC.t^, jßbmmbV|^*'S I jB» KsbbbBßl%. k^'^gS BJBP^*^^^_^Sli lM^*^^^^^^^^^^9Hßftß^B K&SttfeSfet&G^ General view 'of Malim Nawar Power Station, with present extension. Cooling

COMMERCIAL NEWS and VIEWS

US demand for our plywood and veneer [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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US demand for our plywood and veneer iaEMAND lor Malaysian-produced veneer and plywood is growing very rapidly in America where plywood-panelling is now very much In This was stated by Mr Robert L. Harlan. a businessman associated with a string of American plywood mills, when he visited Singapore last week

'F & N HAVE MADE GREAT PROGRESS' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'F N HAVE MADE GREAT PROGRESS' pRASER and Neave Ltd. have made tremendous progress over the last ten years, said Mr. W.C. McKean. retired branch superintendent of the company on the eve of his de-l parture for Scotland j last week. Mr. McKean (51). who had been with the company

TRIUMPH EXPORT MANAGER CALLS HERE [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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TRIUMPH EXPORT MANAGER CALLS HERE rE export sales manager of Standard Triumph International. Coventry. UK Mr. A.J. Mathieu. in now in Singapore during the course of a tour of Far Eastern markets In this country, he is visiting Century Motors Ltd. the distributors for Triumph cars. Mr. Mathieu has been

Bank dividend [ARTICLE]

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Bank dividend The directors of the Bank ol East Asia, I'd., in Hong Kong announced that the profit of the bank, including the balance brought forward from the previous year, for the year ended December 31. amounted to HK59.403.7i0 The directors propose to recommend at the forthcoming annual general meeting

TV AGENTS [ARTICLE]

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TV AGENTS The Rio Electronic Corporation In Penang have been appointed agents for a new brand of television sets, Luxor from Sweden. The company have appointed distributors in Singapore to cover the southern zone market.

New high speed cargo passenger liner [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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New high speed cargo passenger liner Anew design of a hii;h speed cargo passenger liner for the Ben Line which has been developed from the Benloyal class was launched yesterday at the shipyard of Charles fonnell and Co. (Shipbuilders) Ltd.. Scotstoun, Glasgow. Benledi. (13.000 tons dw), the sixth Ben Line

GREETINGS CARD SALES' CHIEF DUE [ARTICLE]

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GREETINGS CARD SALES' CHIEF DUE OPHE overseas export promotion manager of a greetings card firm in Northampton in the English Midlands is on a four-month trip which will bring him to Malaysia He is Mr. Martin Feibush, of Giesen and Wollf. Ltd. who at present Is in Australia meeting his

Compliment to local mechanics [ARTICLE]

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Compliment to local mechanics Malaysian motor mechanic* are very skilful and reliable in the opinion of visiting Japanese engineer. The engineer Mr. Hideaki Fukunaga of the Toyo Kogyo Co. Ltd. Hiroshima. Japan, is here on a month-long visit to bnet 1 local agents on his firm's range ol Mazda cars.

New plants [ARTICLE]

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New plants The foundation stones of Malaysia's two new motor vehicle assembly plants, one In Petaling Jaya and the other in Singapore, will be laid early next month. Both plants are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Cycle and Carriage Co. <1926» Ltd

Marketing director visits Singapore [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Marketing director visits Singapore THE marketing director of Searle and Co. Ltd. the British subsidiary of Searle and Co. Chicago, well-known manufacturers of ethical Pharmaceuticals paid a visit to Singapore last week in the course of an extensive twomonths tour. He was Mr. A.N.E. Waldron woo was making his second

Tourist booklet is praised [ARTICLE]

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Tourist booklet is praised The Welcome To Sin«apore booklet, prepared und iMMJd by the Singapore Tourist Association, has had some well deserved praise showered on it m Hong Kont!. The latest issue of the Far Eastern Economic Review says: "Most of the free tourist Booklets which you cet at the

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Continued from Pace SITUATIONS VACANT Word* to (Mim.)— Box 5* rli nlre DOCTOR AVAILABLE for Lo. urn iron. March 15. Apply Box At>o34 S.T. s pore. ENGLISH SPEAKING GIRL for Clinic, Apply Personally. Room 32, Station Building Jalan Langgar, Alor Star. EXPERIENCED MECHANIC for she* repairing machine. Able to reheel

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SITUATIONS VACANT IS H..rrf, <t i Him.)— Box SO rl: rxtro AMERICAN COMPANY require* a Salman and SaU-nwoman for office machines. Apply with full particulars and our photonraph which will be nonreturnable. Box A 5944 S.T. B'pore. KUALA LUMPUR Kuropean Company requires tractor and equipment Salesman, preferably with previous experience.

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SITUATIONS VACANT li Word* M (Mim.)— Box to eU txtra APPLICANTS ARE INVITED for temporary teaching posts, School certificate essential. Apply to chairman, board of managers. National Type Primary School. Ketereh, Kelantan. Cloning date 28th February. TWO TALL, ATTRACTIVE single Australian girls required to assist with a supermarket promotion of

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HOUSES LAND FOR SALE li Worda to iMim.) Uax i» et* oxtra THRU BEDROOMS Terrace House freehold area 2.148 sq.ft. 37. Crane Road off Ceylon Road with fencing. Vacant possession. Telephone Spore ***** between 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. BRADOELL HEIGHTS: Modern furnished aemi-detachec house. 3 bedroom*. Lounge cum dining

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VEHICLES FOR SALE U Word* to (Mlaur—Bam to Ha. amtrm IMI RENAULT 750 rood running condition recently rebored $430. Tel. Robert *****, 109 Nell Road. Spore. 19M FIAT MOO $3,100 0.a.0. Excellent condition, one owner, tax just renewed. Phone (B'pore) ***** Choon. $1250 1959 VAUXHALL Victor. Good condition. Taxed and

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE, Thurs. TNDUSTRIALS were again barely 1 steady, but tbe margin of falls over rises was leas wide. Australian Equity fell 2s. to ss. following a lower profit and dividend report. Base metals were steady. ML Ism closed at 35s Bd. alter sales to 375. Oils were steady.

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS February IS. T.iree months. INDUSTRIALS BoiiKtead 14 eta. National Iron 9 eta. Dunlops 14 eta. Unlteera 14 rt». City Dev. 7 eta. M. Oont. 12 eta. E. Smelters 26 eta. M. Cables 15 eta. Eitso 15 eta McAlister 12 cts. Kcd. Dlsp. 12 eta. M. Invest. 10 eta.

EXCHANGE RATRES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATRES 'I-ME Malayan Exchange Banka* As--I- sedation made these change* In Its ratea to mi-rcnanta yesterday (all rates to IlOfl): New York: buying TT 32 8/4, airmail OD 32 7/8, 90 d/st. 33 1/4 credit bills 33 3/8 trade bills. Canada: buying TT 35 1/4. airmail OD 35 3/8.

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES ON tbe froo iicninm market in Hodk Kong yesterday the U.». dollar was quoted at 5.721 (or T.T. and 5.72 for sash. ttarhni was quoted at 16 and ono taal of gold at 2571

RUBBER CROPS [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER CROPS The following rubber crops are notified for January: Kluane 158 000 lb.. and L'ln Benut 64.000

STOCK EXCHANGE IS QUIET: INTEREST IN BREWERIES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE IS QUIET: INTEREST IN BREWERIES From Oar Market Correspondent /GENERALLY quiet condivl tions ruled again on the Stock Exchange of Malaysia yesterday with industrials steady and a slight improvement in tins. The stalemate in industrials continues at the better levels. Sellers have now raised their offerings slightly and

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock Indices Feb. 17 Feb. 18 'Industrials: 78.71 78.71 Tins: 1115.63 105.90 robbers: 105.45 105.45 *Dec. 30, 1963=100 Dec. 29, 1962=100

Straits tin price static: Rubber extremely quiet [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price static: Rubber extremely quiet THE tin price is Penang yesterday after its recent rise remained unchanged at $623.87} on an offering estimated down five tons to 260 tons. In London on Wednesday tin ruled very steady at modest gains, especially for cash which finished £10 per long

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Feb. 18. MALAYAN RUBBER PRICE 72 cents (up 3 quarter of a cent). TIN: $623.87-} (unchanged). Unofficial estimated offering 260 tons (down five tons).

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT SHIPS lying alongsld* Iht Singapore Harbour whirtu or *xp«cUd today 1 aro: Centaur 1/2, Llmburg 8/0, Star Betelgeuse 10/11. Steel Recorder 15/16. r Zutyo Main 18. Sons Be« 19. Kukuju Maru 21/22, Kelts 23/24. Tjlbodaa 2S/26, Mombasa Maru 29/30. Benlo- mond 31/32, Melampus 33/34. Yamaasa Maru 35/36.

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BUSINESS DONE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE BUSINESS in and reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the stock Exchange of Malaysia yesterday with the number of shares traded in brackets: lUUITRIALS: C. I. H*Mlng« (1.000) IS.tr; Dunlapt 51. 61 BL. 11.00 Bli, (2,000) J1.59: K. Smtltiri 13.84 SU (1.000) 53.88: Oamman

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES FEBRUARY first trade rubber f.o.b. buyers closed at 5 p.m. in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur yesterday at "1 cents per Ib., up a quarter of a cent on Wednrsday s closing level for the position. The tone was inactve. R.A.S and F.M.R.E. closing price* In cents per Ib.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES < -HINESE Product Eicnanga, SinV. xipore neon pruti Mr picul ttrday: Cacanut *ll: bulk acllcra. drum »i.«i. wil«r* Copra: Ktb./Mar. CK/Conuoeot: (nquolrd Pippc r Muntok white $i:,7» K n> r r,, Sarawak white JliJ nelltra, »p«. cial Stiana 1 Dlack $147* adltra, garbled Lampon» black *13J<N) acll-,-ra. ABTA

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GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF SINGAPORE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT INTEGRATION ORDINANCE. 1963. (No. 18 of 1963) NOTICE UNDER SECTION 19(10) WHEREAS in exercise of the powers conferred by subsections (1) and (3) of Section 19 of the Local Government Integration Ordinance 1963 (hereinafter referred to as "the

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NOTICES SOUTH JOHORE OMNIBUS COMPANY LIMITED (Incorporated in the States of Malaya). Certificates Nos. IT-0234. IT-0238. 9 for 83,000 Ordinary Stock in the name of Mr. NG KOK ENG have been reported lost or mislaid. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that if within seven days, no representation or claim in respect

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NOTICES THE PENANG TURF CLUB SPRING MEETING. 1965 SUNDAY. FEBRUARY. 1965 WEDNESDAY, 3RD MARCH. 1965 SUNDAY, 7TH MARCH. 1965 USUAL SI UNLIMITED SWEEPS. 3 DIGITS NUMBER FORECAST POOLS ("A 1 it •ABC"), $5 $1 TOTALISATOR TOTE, $2 FORECAST TOTE. DOUBLE PROCEED. FREE GIFT TICKETS: Eight tickets will be given free

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TENDERS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BOARD TENDER NOTICE Tenders will be received by the Chairman, Economic Development Board. 2nd Floor. Fullerton Building, up to noon on Friday. 26th February, 1965 for:— THE PROPOSED EARTHWORK ON HILL NOS. 27 6i 28 AND RECLAMATION OF AREAS SOUTH OF MOBIL SITE (Show Round on Monday.

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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BOARD Tenders For the "9 ymn Lease of Three Shopping Sites Betwr*n Tanglin Halt Road and Commonwealth Drive at Queenstown Neighbourhood IV. Sincapore Applications are invited by tender !or the 99 fta* leasehold disposal of three (3) separate plots ot :»nd v' Qucenstown Neighbourhood IV. Sincapore. for development

TIMESPORT 1

Showman III looks the best longshot [ARTICLE]

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Showman III looks the best longshot Epsom Jeep RACING with gINGAPORE, Thurs. Best outsider on the Bukit Timah card for Saturday is Showman 111 (Race Six). Showman 111 (by Sir Edward) showed top form when he beat Gallant Defender in a 3f trial in 37 4/5 on a fast track

New National stud [ARTICLE]

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New National stud ONDON. Tnurs. The British Horserace Betting Levy Board has agreed to lease from the British Jockey Clua 500 acres of land near Newmarket as the site for the new National Stud. The building of the new stud is I expected to start later this year. The new

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NOTICE The Board of the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah and the Treng- ganu Nationals (Non-Malays) Scholarship Funds, invite application for scholarships for the following courses: 1. Medicine 2. Quantity Surveying 3. Geology 4 Architecture I Electrical Engineering 6. Mechanical Engineering 7. Arts 8. Science 9. Veterinary Science v 10. Agriculture

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AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE SINGAPORE PROPERTIES To be held at oar saleroom Nos. 14 16 Robinson Road. Singaporr. ON THURSDAY 25th FEBRUARY. 1»65 at 2.30 p.m. No. 1 KUCHINO RD Freehold. Area 1.826 sq. ft. Rent $62 p.m Nos. 23 33 (Oddl MIRI RD. Freehold. Area 9.116 sq.ft. Total Rent

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. MALAYA APPLICATIONS are Invited from suitably qualified candidates for appointment to the Lecturer/ Assistant Lecturer scale in the foli lowing fields (I) Plant Science Plant Pathology (II) Animal Science Animal Husbandry (III) Soil Science (ivi Crop Husbandry (V) Librarian (vli Farm Instructor (Animals). The salary

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TIMESPORT 2

BT. TIMAH – 4th day [ARTICLE]

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BT. TIMAH 4th day Race 1 2.0 Cl 4 Div 1 ($7,500) 7f 1 ***** St. Janeiro g <Thio St.. Allan. 6 9.0 Smith 13 2 ***** Kant A Furious a I poll St.. R. Breuk.. 4 8.13 (F) Shaari S 3 ***** (H>lroiida :<. iT. K. Chia Donnelly, 4

DREARY END TO MCC TOUR [ARTICLE]

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DREARY END TO MCC TOUR rORT ELIZABETH. Thurs— Thei MCC cricket tour of South' Africa came to a dreary end here yesterday when the fifth and final; Test was abandoned as a draw be- muse of rain. England thus won the series 1-0' by virtue of their Innings and 104

World Cup ties for KL? [ARTICLE]

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World Cup ties for KL? FIFA CABLE TO THE FAM: BUT VISAS FOR N. KOREANS IS A PROBLEM, SAYS KWOK ITUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. FIFA, the world soccer controlling body, have asked the F.A. of Malaysia whether the Asian zone preliminary round matches can be staged in Kuala Lumpur. The FAM

SAFA set 50-team limit [ARTICLE]

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SAFA set 50-team limit SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Singapore Amateur F.A. League competition this year will be limit' d to 50 teams ten in the First Division and 40 in the junior divisions. Announcing this today. SAFA's League and Tournament committee chairman Choo Kwai Low said that the proposal by Sallm

GHANI NETS 4 [ARTICLE]

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GHANI NETS 4 KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Malaysian international Abdul Ghani scored four goals today when FAS Selection beat an Armed Forces Selection 9-1 at Princes Road.

SUMMARY

RUGGER [ARTICLE]

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RUGGER SCC »even-a-gide quarter-finalsl iSpore): GHQ 'B f 13 (2 goals penaltyi S. Johore 5 issoal>: RAF! Seletar 'A' 10 (2 goals) RAF Seletar C- 5 (goal): RAF Tengah 'A' 19 (2 goals. 3 tries) Black 5 I (goal): RAF Changi 'A' 10 C 2 goals) SCC 'A' 5 (goal).

54 entries for S'pore Open [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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54 entries for S'pore Open Lim Kee Chan GOLF by SINGAPORE, Thurs. A TOTAL of 54 entries from 13 countries, with Japan topping the list with 21, has been received for the Singapore Open golf championship here from Mar. l to 7. ~~< Leading the Japanese contingent will be 41-year-old

WORLD ROUND-UP

FBI arrest cagers [ARTICLE]

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FBI arrest cagers SEATTLE. Thurs. Two star players in the Seattle University basketball team were arrested by FBI agents last nigh: and charged with accepting bribes to influence tht result of a match against University of Idaho on Jan. 22. Seattle won the game 89-72. The players. Charlie Williams and

SLRC AND RECS WIN EASILY [ARTICLE]

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SLRC AND RECS WIN EASILY HOCKEY DENANG. Thurs. Playing with ten men throughout. Sepoy Lines Recreation Club out up a great dispiay to beat Malay--1 an Teachers College 4-0 in a hoo* I key league match ut Buklt Olugor today. SLRC led 2-0 in the first half. scoring through Fernandez

Police held 1-1 [ARTICLE]

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Police held 1-1 SINGAPORE. Thurs. Khata* Association warded off a strong second Police rally to hold them to a 1-1 draw in their SKA league dlv. 1 match at Thomson Road today. BaldiraJ (sth mint scored for Khalsa and Pemtefatber equalised in the 12th mln.

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1 DIARY SOCCER Sultan\ Gold Cup:! Spore Malays v Johore Malays] (Jn. Besar. 7.30 p.m.): Perils Malays v Penan* Malays (Kanean. HOCKEY Hannigan Shield final: Police Depot v t>\M (U<-<i->: XL 5.10). Jardine Trophy S-tiiuls. RMAP v Signals: KaIH v PHTfI (both matches at R. Range Rd XL. 5 p.m

Cultural show for Duke [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Cultural show for Duke A. SRIPATHY SINGAPORE'S OFFICIAL RECEPTION AT THE ISTANA NEGARA From A four-hour tour of Terendak then on to Singapore MALACCA, Thurs. —The Duke of Edinburgh spent four hours this morning touring Terendak Camp, home of the 28th Commonwealth Infantry Brigade. He chose the uniform of the

Arms find man questioned [ARTICLE]

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Arms find man questioned SINGAPORE. Thurs. Top police officers of the Special Investigation Section today questioned a man who was arrested after a large cache of arms and explosives was seized in a hut in j Chanel yesterday. The man is now detained under the Criminal Law (Temporary Provisions i

Variety show [ARTICLE]

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Variety show SINGAPORE, Thurs.— The Gan Eng Seng Old Students' Association will stage a variety show on March 27 to raise funds for one of its members, Mr. Tan Kok Seng, now bedridden with paralysis.

170 Reds slain in riots in Sinkiang: Taipeh [ARTICLE]

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170 Reds slain in riots in Sinkiang: Taipeh rpAIPEH. Thurs. More 1 than 170 Communists were burned to death in a riot on Jan. 8 at a collective farm near Kurla. in the North-West China province of Sinkiang, the official Chinese Nationalist Central News Agency said. Kurla is also known

PETROLEUM PROTEIN FOR NAVY? [ARTICLE]

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PETROLEUM PROTEIN FOR NAVY? LONDON. Thurs. British scientists are thinking about a new kind of Navy gravy-protein extracted from petroleum. There was laughter when the Minister of Power, Mr. Fred Lee, told guests at a dinner of Britain's Institute of Petroleum last night that the Secretary of Defence had told

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Thurs. It was another satisfactory day in the stock markets, with sentiment almost entirely influenced by company statements. After some disappointment with the overnight P and O results, today's announcements from ICI and English Electric made a marked impression and helped equity markets as a whole. Closing

Dalai Lama's visit [ARTICLE]

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Dalai Lama's visit BANGKOK. Thurs— The Thai Cabinet has approved "in prln- i ciple" a planned visit to Thailand by the Dalai Lama of Tibet, ac- I cording to official sources here. The visit is being arranged by the World Fellowship of Buddhists, with headquarters in Bangkok Reuter.

The PAP approach is idealistic, impractical, says Alliance man [ARTICLE]

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The PAP approach is idealistic, impractical, says Alliance man KUALA LUMPUR. Thursday ALL the utterances of PAP leaders on the racial problem are in themselves evidence of the party's communal base, Inche Musa bin Hitam Political Secretary to the Minister of Transport, said today. He added in a statement: "The

Husband murdered wife who ate their children [ARTICLE]

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Husband murdered wife who ate their children I DORT MORESBY, Thurs. A New Guinea native lias told the territory's 1 supreme court at Manab that be killed his wife because she had eaten their two children. The native, named Wai and a friend. Lucas, were charged with the murder ol

Son for French girl of 13 [ARTICLE]

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Son for French girl of 13 PARIS. Thurs. A 13-year-old girl gave birth to a son. braguignan, yesterday to become Prance's youngest mother. The father. 17 yesterri; he had applied to President De Gaulle for dispensation to marry below the legal age.— Reuter.

Library members [ARTICLE]

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Library members SINGAPORE. Thurs.— Member* of the National Library who Joined between April. 1958 and December 1961. have been given till March 31 to re-reglster or automatically lose their membership and their deposit.

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM IN FONDEST MEMORY or Jenny Lim Kan Slant Corn- < 10-2-62) But Not Forgotten Missed and Loved by htr family always.

PERAK RIVER HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER CO. LTD.

Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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PERAK RIVER HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER CO. LTD. STRAITS TIMES SUPPLEMENT

This scheme is most beneficial [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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This scheme is most beneficial WITH the accent on industrial and rural development of the country taking top priority, it is vitally necessary that power production facilities should h■• expanded. This is stressed by the chairman of the Central Electricity Board. Dato Kurnia .l.i >..i Osman bin Taiib, in a

Sultan opens $25m extension to Malim Nawar station [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Sultan opens $25m extension to Malim Nawar station HENRY PAUL Company testifies to co-operation between Britain and Malaysia By THE Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Company Ltd., the biggest private producer in the country, took another big step in its association with the development of mainland Malaya, with the official inauguration

Reliable supply will improve efficiency of mines [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Reliable supply will improve efficiency of mines rf*lN miners in Perak welcome the $25 million extension to the Perak River HydroElectric Power Company's steam station at Malim Nawar. The new extension, it is pointed out. would be able to meet the demand from new consumers and also ensure a sufficient

Thank you for helping to obtain high standard of living, says Mentri [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Thank you for helping to obtain high standard of living, says Mentri r[E Mentri Besar of Perak. Dato Ahmad bin Said, has congratulated tlv Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Co., Ltd.. and its subsidiary. the Kinta Electrical Distribution Co.. Ltd.. on the part they have played in the development of the

Proof of fair return for capital investment [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Proof of fair return for capital investment DATO LAU THE completion of a $25 miDion extension by the Perak River Hydro Electric Power Company Ltd.. to meet the growing demand for electricity, is described as reflecting the confidence that big capital has in the future of Malaysia. This confidence results

Chairman assures economic supply of electricity [ARTICLE]

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Chairman assures economic supply of electricity COMPANY'S INVESTMENT EXCEEDS $100 MILLION rE history of the Perak River Hydro-Electric Power Company Ltd., has been one of continuous expansion, involving a capital investment of over $100 million during the past 40 years it has been in operation. This massive infusion of funds

THE TURBINE HALL [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE TURBINE HALL Greatest demand for electric power is from the tin mines COMPANY HAS INITIA TIVE AND VISION-DR. LIM TPHE Central Govern- ment was fully aware and appreciated the importance of an adequate supply of electricity in its overall plan for the development of the country, aimed at improving

Firm's prosperity closely related to buoyant state of Malayan tin industry [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Firm's prosperity closely related to buoyant state of Malayan tin industry THE Perak Hydro Company was registered in London on the 24th July, 1926, with the object of making available a supply of electricity for all purposes in the State of Perak and in particular to supply electric power to

Plant of modern design and standard STATION EXTENDED 4 TIMES [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Plant of modern design and standard STATION EXTENDED 4 TIMES CINCE its inauguration in 1928, the original Malim Nawar Power Station has been extended on four occasions, showing a growth in installed capacity from 12MW. up to the present day capacity of 94 MW. This, the fourth of r the

THE FIRST OF TWO GENERATORS FOR THE POWER STATION [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THE FIRST OF TWO GENERATORS FOR THE POWER STATION The first of the two new 20 megawatt turbo generators being installed at the Perak River Hydro's Malim Nawar power station. The $25 million extension to the station was officially declared open yesterday by the Sultan of Perak. Over 70 per

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Highest and lowest temperatures In Malaya and Singapore for the period 8 p.m. Wednesday to 8 p.m. yesterday Highest Lowest Kuala Lumpur 93 72 Kota Bharu 88 75 Penang 89 74 Ipoh 95 72 Malacca 89 72 Singapore 89 72 C. Highland 72 54