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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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