Daily Information Bulletin - 1960s - 1964 - DEC - ENG

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Wednesday, December 9s 196^

EXPANSION OF MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH CENTRE IN KOWLOON CITY

To Meet Medical, Health Needs Of Residents

In Densely Populated Area

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The lions Clubs Government Maternal and Child Health Centre in Kowloon City will be expanded to meet the medical and health needs of women and children in that densely populated area.

Two more floors will be added to the single-storey centre, which has been built jointly by Lions Clubs in Hong Kong and Government.

A maternal and child health extension to the existing Li Kee Memorial Dispensary in Nga Tsin Long Road, the centre was opened to public use in May this year.

The first floor extension will contain an 18-bed maternity ward with a waiting area for visitors.

There will be a baby’s bathroom in addition to a bathroom and showers for expectant mothers.

On the same floor will be an isolation room, a delivery room, a sterilising room, a sluice, a small kitchen, a general store and linen store room and a duty room for the staff.

Staff quarters will occupy the second floor with a flat for a nursing sister, single-bed rooms for six midwives and a communal kitchen and a living/dining room.

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Separate quarters will bo provided for six amahs who will have their own kitchen and ancillary facilities.

The present single-storey building, situated just behind the 14 Kee Memorial Dispensary in Carpenter Road, consists of a consulting room, Health Visitors0 and midwives offices, a demonstration room and a demonstration kitchen as well as other ancillary facilities.

Actual construction work on the two additional storeys is expected to start in the middle of next year and will take about six months to complete.

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CITY HALL BROCHURE PUBLISHED

On Sale At $2 A Copy

A colourful brochure of the City Hall has been published for visitors9 information and for overseas distribution.

It is now on sale at $2 a copy at the museum, art gallery and the general office of the City Hall.

The brochure in English was printed and designed by the Government Printer for the Government Information Services.

The ten-page publication is illustrated by 15 coloured and black-and-white photographs of various facilities at the City Hall, ranging from the theatre and the concert hall to the library, the art gallery and the display centre of Hong Kong products.

It also contains a concise explanatory note on the ideas behind the creation of the City Hall, its buildings and functions.

The cover of the brochure features an aerial photograph in colour of a bird’s eye view of the City Hall and on the back is a reproduction of a traditional Chinese painting entitled ”God Bless YouS:’

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RESULTS OF ROYAL .SCHOOLS OF MUSIC EXA1-HNATIONS Eight Passed Diploma L.R.S.M. Examinations

Eight of the 34 candidates who sat the Diploma L.R.S.M. examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music have been successful Mr. Donald Eraser, Senior Education Officer (Music) of the Education Department, announced today (Wednesday).

The successful candidates are Mr. Ho Ka-kwong, Miss Ng Ting-kwan, Miss Poon Yeuk-foo, Miss Tang Pui-hing and Miss Gladys Wong (singing -performer)5 Miss Shum Ka-mee and Miss Bertha Wong (pianoforte - teaching); and Miss Linda Wong Tak-lun (pianoforte - performer).

The examinations of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music ended on December 4. They were conducted by Dr. Leon Forrester, Director of Music, F.R.C.O., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Dr. Douglas Hopkins, Director of Music (London), F.R.A.M., F.R.C.O., F.G.S.M., and Professor Robin Wood, F.R.A.K.

A total of 39540 candidates entered the different grade examinations, but only 3»2?4 sat. Of this, 1,79? passed, 202 of them with distinctions and 691 with merit.

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TEMPORARY CHANGE IN CITY HALL LIBRARY OPENING HOURS

The opening hours of the City Hall Library will be changed for a temporary period as from Sunday.

All sections of the library will be open between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. daily on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday whilst on Sunday and Saturday the opening hours will be from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. respectively.

The library will be closed the whole day on Thursday.

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IMPROVEMENT WORK STARTS IN MAGAZINE GAP ROAD

Expected To Take 8 Months To Complete

Work has started on the widening of the lower hairpin bond on Magazine Gap Road in the section between May Road and Bowen Road.

This follows the completion of the upper hairpin bend at its junction with May Road.

The work involves the widening of the carriageway to 22 feet and enlarging the radius of the road curve so as to provide an easier bend.

To achieve this improvement, it is necessary to construct a retaining wall on the steep slope below the road and to remove rocks on the hillside.

The existing road at this location is already restricted in width and the need to provide space for working and the erection of blasting screens will leave sufficient space for only single lane traffic.

Traffic control signals are being provided in the area but some delays and inconvenience to motorists are unavoidable during the course of the construction work, a spokesman of the Public Works Department said today (Wednesday).

The work is expected to take about eight months to complete.

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PUBLIC LECTURE ON CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PAINTING

AT CITY HALL ART GALLERY

An illustrated public lecture by Mrs. Adelyn Breeskin on American painting will be given in the City Hall Art Gallery on Thursday at 6 p.m.

Mrs. Breeskin, who is a well known museum director and authority on American art, is making a lecture tour of the Far East. She is spending one week in Hong Kong visiting local schools and colleges and meeting artists.

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ARRIVALS AND DEP^TURES

Note to Editors; The following information is issued for your reference:

Name Arrival Departure

Messrs. R. Cleaver and P. Lucock, 12.12.64 14.12.64

Australian Members of Parliament from Taipei to Sydney

by CT/7 by BA/801

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EVENTS AND REMINDERS

Note to Editors: The St. Clare’s Girls’ School will hold its Annual

Speech Day at the school premises in Mount Davis Road, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong on Saturday at 5 p.m.

The Hon. Justice B. J. Jennings will address the gathering and Mrs. Jennings will present the certificates and awards.

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NEW COMPANIES

Note to Editors: Copies of a list of new companies incorporated in

Hong Kong during the week ended on November 28 are distributed separately in the Press Boxes, Government Information Services, this (Wednesday) evening.

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Wednesday, December 9? 1964


PRESENTATION OF INSIGNIA AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE

The following is the list of citations at today*s (Wednesday’s)

ceremony of Presentation of Insignia at Government House:

THE HON, J.J. COWPERTHWAITE, C.M.G. (Civil)

Mr. Cowperthwaite has been Financial Secretary in Hong Kong since 1961, having previously served as Director of Commerce and Industry and in other posts concerned with economic administration and planning. He has played a most important part in representing Hong Kong’s interests abroad and has worked with skill and integrity to further its interests.

THE HON. E«B. TEESDALE, C.M.G. (Civil)

Mr. Teesdale joined the Hong Kong Government in 1938 and has served here ever since* Ho became Deputy Colonial Secretary in 1957 and Colonial Secretary in 1963* His contribution to development in Hong Kong has been important, and he rendered special service in the planning of emergency operations connected with the critical water shortage in 1963*

MR. E.G. WILLAN, C.M.G. (Civil)

Mr. Willan joined the Indian Civil Service in 1939 and transferred to the Foreign Service in 19^9- Since then he has served in various posts and has been in Hong Kong since 1962.

DR. THE HON. A.M. RODRIGUES, C.B,E. (Civil)

Dr. Rodrigues is the Senior Unofficial Member of Executive Council, on which he has served since 1959- He has also served on Urban and Legislative Councils, and his long career of public service has been marked by the highest standards of integrity and courage and a strong sense of public duty.

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THE HON. D.J. RUTTONJES, C.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Ruttonjee is the Senior Unofficial Member of Legislative Council, having served with one break since 1953• He has shewn a strong sonse of public service and has interested himself particularly in medical and health work in Hong Kong.

DR. R.H.S. LEE. O.B.E. (Civil)

Dre Leo has served on Urban Council since 1953 an^ has worked very hard in its committees giving up a great deal of his time and energy entirely voluntarily. He has a wide range of interests and his advice and help are given freely in many projects for the public good.

MRS. ELLEN LI SHU PUI, O.B.E. (Civil)

Mrs. Li, who was awarded the M.B.E. in 1958, has given meritorious service to the community of Hong Kong for a great number of years. Sho has specialised in educational projects and has the distinction of being the only woman member of tho Council of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

PROFESSOR A.J.S. MCFADZEAN,, O.B.E. (Civil)

Professor McFadzean has not only rendered most valuable service to Hong Kong by his painstaking teaching, but has also given freely of his sound knowledge to colleagues in Hong Kong and abroad. His work is internationally recognised, and he has set a fine example in his professional conduct.

THE HON. K.A. WATSON, O.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Watson has been connected with the work of the Urban Council for over seven years and devotes a great deal of time and energy to the Council’s affairs. He is also a member of Legislative Council and his services to the community generally are of great value.

MR. A. DE 0. SALES, O.B.E. (HON.) (Civil)

Mr. Sales is tho senior appointed Unofficial Member of the Urban Council on which he has served since 1957* Apart from his work on this Council he has interested himself in a variety of projects of benefit to the

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community, notably the Amateur Sports Federation and the St. John Ambulance Brigade.

MR, A.E.P. GRIMMO, I.S.O. (Civil)

Mr. Grimmo has rendered sterling service to Hong Kong by his untiring efforts in training personnel for the laboratory services and by his skill in preparing vaccines which would otherwise have had to be purchased from abroad. He did exceptional work during the successive outbreaks of cholera since 1961.

WARRANT OFFICER M. MITCHELL-GEARS, M.B.E, (Military)

Warrant Officer Mitchell-Gears has for two years carried out duties very much in excess of those he might expect to meet as a Warrant Officer II. He has shouldered these responsibilities with complete success, displaying great technical ability and humanity, and has been an inspiration to those around him by his willingness to help, his humour and his example.

MAJOR R.F. WILKES, M.B.E. (Military)

Major Wilkes is the principal administrative staff officer at Garrison Headquarters, and in this capacity he administers over 30 units and other installations. During the severe drought in 19&3 he was responsible for organising water supplies to military units. He has performed his duties in an invaluable and most loyal way, working long hours far beyond the normal calls of duty.

MR. E.J.M.A. BCWER, M.B.E, (Civil)

Mr. Bower, as Senior Marine Officer in charge of planning, was the officer who carried the heaviest responsibility in the operation of the fleet of tankers which drew water from the Pearl River during the severe drought of 1963.

MRS. J. GLOVER, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mrs. Glover has been Secretary and Housing Manager of the Hong Kong Housing Society for ten years and has seen the number of persons housed by the Society rise to over 40,000. She has helped to train local staff to carry out

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the duties of low-cost housing management, and her zeal, tact and devotion to duty have been an inspiration to all.

MRS. E.B. HO, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mrs. Ho has always sot a very fine example of selfless and active interest in the welfare of others and particularly of women and children. She has not confined her interests to one section of the community, but has given inspiration to her colleagues in tho fields of secular as well as Christian charitable work.

MR. C.E. HULSE, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Hulse played a most important part in Government’s operations to meet tho water emergency in 1963. He was engaged in planning the tanker oporation and in negotiating the agreement by which water was brought to Hong Kong. His experience was invaluable in training personnel engaged in handling vessels in the strongly tidal waters of the approaches to the Pearl River.

MR. KI IU-W00N, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Ki lu-woon retired as an Assistant Superintendent of Urban Services in May this year after 34 years’ service. Throughout this time he was noteworthy for his initiative, organising ability and sympathetic but firm handling of staff.

MR. KWOK WAI-YIN, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Kwok has an excellent record of long, loyal and meritorious service with the Urban Services Department and Urban Council. During the war he preserved a number of useful documents at considerable personal risk, thus making the re-forming of the Department on the re-occupation of Hong Kong much easier.

MR. LAM MAN-KIT, M.B.E. (Civil)

Mr. Lam associated himself particularly with the work of the Po Leung Kuk for four years, doing excellent work for that body. However, he has not confined his interests to the Kuk and has set a fine example in voluntary

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work in other spheres, as well as giving his professional services freely to many charitable associations,

MR. E.C. VAN HELDEN, M.B.E, (Civil)

Mr. Van Heiden has rendered outstanding service to the Auxiliary Police over a long period of years, hs Deputy Commandant since 1955 he has helped to reorganise the Force and to bring it to its present high standard of efficiency.

MR. WONG WAN-TIN, M.B.E, (Civil)

Mr. Wong has been the driving force in many fields of social service to which he has been led both by the Buddhist faith and his own concern for the underprivileged. He has also done much to spread higher ethical standards based on the teaching of Confucius. His active support of activities in connexion with education has not, however, been confined to Buddhist or Confucian causes.

DR. HUI PAK-MI, M.B.E, (HON.) (Civil)

Dr. Hui joined the staff of the Department of Physics at Hong Kong University in 1933 and has rendered most valuable service to the Department and to the University as a teacher, researcher and member of innumerable committees. His loyalty, devotion to duty and hard work have been an inspiration to his students.

MISS TSANG PIK-SHAN, M.B.E. (HON.) (Civil)

Miss Tsang has given outstanding service to the cause of education in Hong Kong. She has devoted her time unsparingly to a wide range of social and educational activities.

MR. CHAN YAT SAN - BADGE OF HONOUR

Mr. Chan has done outstanding service as Chairman of the Tuen Mun Rural Committee and Chairman of the Heung Yee Kuk, and has always been ready to encourage progress in the New Territories, where he is much respected.

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MR. E.L. HANLON - GEORGE MEDAL

In 1963 after the collapse of a tenement house Mr. Hanlon balanced himself 20 feet above the street in the lee of some JO tons of debris in an effort to save two children who were trapped. During this time he knew well that ho was facing almost certain death from explosion or from further collapse of the building. The successful rescue of the children was very largely due to his courage, endurance and tenacity.

MR. J.H.D. BELL - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Bell spent two hours searching debris after a house collapse for missing children. During the whole of this time he was in constant danger from explosion or a debris slide, and after two victims had been located he had to be ordered to leave the vicinity for his own safety.

MR. CHEUNG TIN - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

During rescue operations after a house collapse Mr. Cheung Tin volunteered his services and, placing himself in an extremely perilous position he helped to support some debris which was threatening other personnel until a temporary prop could be placed in position. His part in the rescue operations was indispensable and demonstrated gallantry of a high order.

MR. W.R. DEANE - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Deane displayed courage and tenacity of a high order during Typhoon Ruby when he went to the aid of a woman who could not swim and was hanging on to a capsized junk. Mr. Deane supported the woman in the water for hours before being able to swim to a nearby craft and get a lifebuoy. He returned to the woman, secured her to the lifebuoy, and she was then drawn through the water to safety. Mr. Dean had to remain in the water for a further f hour before he could swim to safety.

MR. B.G. FENDER - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Fender worked for nearly two hours amongst debris after a house collapse in 1963, searching for missing people. During this time he faced death or injury from explosion and debris slide, but he carried on his search until all the victims but one had been accounted for.

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HR. CHOI YUK-SHU - QUEEN'S COMMENDATION

Mr. Choi volunteered his services after a house collapse and worked for two hours carrying much needed equipment over the debris to allow rescue operations to proceed. During all this time ne was in constant danger of death or injury from explosion or a debris slide.

DR. NG WING-HANG - QUEEN'S COMMENDATION

Dr. Ng was called to the scene of a house collapse where two badly injured children wore trapped. Regardless of his personal safety he climbed over unsafe debris to examine the boys and gave each an injection. He then waited on the scene so that he could examine the children when they were rescued and arrange their immediate transport to hospital.

SERGEANT BHIMRAJ RAI - BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL (Military)

During typhoon Wanda Sergeant Bhimraj led a military rescue team to assist the police in evacuating fishermen from their boats. Under his command the rescue team roped themselves together and worked for a long period in typhoon winds to save families whose junks were breaking up. Sergeant Bhimraj’s skill and bravery undoubtedly led to the saving of many lives.

MR. HO KANG-PO - BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Mr. Ho has been employed in the Admiralty service for 40 years and throughout this period his industry, loyalty and integrity have been exemplary. Apart from his official duties he has devoted his leisure time to a variety of charity work.

MR. LAI CHUNG-NAM - BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Mr. Lai joined the civil staff of the Admiralty in Hong Kong over 30 years ago as a Stores Assistant. During his long service he has gained the respect and admiration of his colleagues by his conscientiousness, efficiency and willingness to undertake extra duties.

MR. LAU KWOK-HING - BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Mr. Lau has worked for the Hong Kong Government since 1925* At the outbreak of war he remained on duty at Government House in attendance on the

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Governor until the end of hostilities, when he went to China. Throughout his long service, most of which has been at Government House, he has set a fine example of efficiency, diligence and loyalty.

MR. B.R. ROBERTS - POLAR MEDAL

For good service as Wireless Operator with the British Antarctic Survey from 1956 to 1959.

MR. J.V. PRENDERGAST - C.B.E., G.M., Q.P.M,

Mr. Prendergast has had a distinguished career in the Police. He has commanded the Special Branch in Hong Kong since i960. During this period he has displayed at all times the efficiency, skill, determination, leadership and devotion to duty required in this exacting position.

MR. H.E. AIERS - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Aiers is the Commanding Officer of the Kowloon District Auxiliary Police and his attendance, keenness and general devotion to duty are outstanding.

MR. D.J. CARTY - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Carty has worked in both the Uniform Branch and the Criminal Investigation Department of the Police. He has set an excellent example to his subordinates and has never failed to give them advice and encouragement, and has also taken a keen interest in their welfare.

MR. CHAiM SHIU-SUNG - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Chan has served in many branches of the Hong Kong Police and has lately specialised in anti-corruption work. His loyalty, devotion to duty, perseverance and consistently high standard of investigation have done much to further the work of this important Branch of the Force.

SERGEANT CHEUNG TSAN - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Sergeant Cheung Tsan has given long, efficient and loyal service in the Police Force. He has recently played an important part in the training and supervision of the rank and file of the Force and the high standards achieved stem from his efforts.

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STAFF SERGEANT II SAHIB DAD - COLONIAL POLICE PEDAL

Throughout his service Staff Sergeant Sahib Dad has proved himself to be an extremely loyal and efficient officer and an outstanding example to all ranks of policemen. His ability resourcefulness and conscientiousness have won respect from all.

MR. S.P. GRACE - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Grace has performed with great skill and application all duties given to him. His efficiency and devotion to duty in all his posts have been of a high order and his contribution to the Hong Kong Police Force has been great.

MR. R.G. GRIGGS - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Griggs has served in the Hong Kong Police for 28 years. Latterly he has been Officer Commanding the Identification Bureau and his enthusiasm for this work has resulted in the Bureau becoming one of the finest in the Far East.

MR. G.A. HARKNETT - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Harknett has served in the Hong Kong Police since 19^9 and his marked ability, loyalty and devotion to duty have made an important contribution to the efficiency of the Force.

MR. R. MACKENZIE - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. MacKenzie joined the Hong Kong Police Force in 1939. Throughout his service he has performed his duties with energy and good humour and has gained the respect of all ranks. He takes a keen interest in the welfare of all the officers serving under him.

STAFF SERGEANT NAM KONG - COLONIAL POLICE PEDAL

Staff Sergeant Nam is an officer with a brilliant case record in C.I.D. whose exceptional merit has been acknowledged both within and without the Force.

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STAFF SERGEANT NG FUK - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Sergeant Ng’s work and interest in the Force have been of a very high standard. He has taken a keen interest in the welfare and recreation of his subordinates, by whom he is well respected.

MR. NG WAH-KI - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Ng has served as a member of the Special Constabulary and Auxiliary Police Force since 1951• Since 1957 he has been a Drill and Weapon Training Instructor at Auxiliary Headquarters and has displayed ability and enthusiasm in the training of recruit constables.

MR. C.P. SUTCLIFFE, - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Sutcliffe’s professional skill, devotion to duty and capacity for hard work in various commands have been of a high order and have contributed greatly to the successful work of the Hong Kong Police Force.

14?.. TSAK TO-PIU - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Tsan has served as a member of the Hong Kong Police Reserve and Auxiliary Police for over 13 years. Throughout his service he has displayed qualities of energy, enthusiasm and organising ability which have contributed greatly to the efficiency of the Force.

MR. G.F. WATT - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Throughout his 25 years service, Mr. Watt has displayed a very high degree of loyalty, industry and devotion to duty. He has always distinguished himself by his ability, sense of responsibility and tact, which have ensured a smooth and efficient staff.

MR. YUEN SE-HUNG - COLONIAL POLICE MEDAL

Mr. Yuen has, during his 25 years service, served in many branches of the Force. Lately he has been concerned with recruiting and training of the Auxiliary Police and has contributed greatly to the high standard of this force.

PRESENTATION OF HONOURS, 1964

List Of Supporters

Dr. the Hon. A.M. Rodrigues, C.B.E., E.D.

Hon. D.J. Ruttonjee, C.3.E.

Dr. R.H.S. Lee, O.B.E.

Mrs. Ellen Li Shu-pui, O.B.E.

Professor A.J.S. McFadzean, O.B.E.

Hon. K.A. Watson, O.B.E.

Mr. A. de 0. Sales, O.B.E.

w/o M. mtchell-Gears, M.B.E.

Major R.F. Wilkes, M.B.E.

Mr. E.J.M.A. Bower, M.B.E.

Mrs. J. Glover, M.B.E.

Mrs. E.B. Ho, M.B.E.

Mr. C.E. Hulse, M.B.E.

Mr. Ki lu-woon, M.B.E.

Mr. Kwok Wai-yin, M.B.E.

Mr. Lam Man-kit, M.B.E.

Mr. E.C. Van Heiden, M.B.E.

Sir Lindsay Ride, C.B.E., E.D.

Dr. Leo D’Almada e Castro, C.B.E., Q.C.

Dr. Loo D’Almada e Castro, C.B.E., Q.C.

Hon. Sir Sik-nin Chau, C.B.E.

Hon, R.C. Lee, C.B.E.

Hon. Kan Yuet-keung, O.B.E.

Professor D. Chun, O.B.E.

Dr. Irene Cheng, O.B.E.

Dr. the Hon. Teng Ping-hui, O.B.E.

Mr. D. Benson, O.B.E.

Hon. Kan Yuet-koung, O.B.E.

Mr. J.M. Fraser, C.B.E.

Dr. the Hon. A.M. Rodrigues, C.B.E.

Dr. Leo D’Almada e Castro, C.B.E., Q.C.

Major J.S. Nobbs, M.B.E.

Major H. Woolley, M.B.E.

Major McAlpine, M.B.E.

Captain P.J. Byrne, M.B.E., M.M.

Mr. A.J. Peaker, M.B.E.

Mr, C.P. Sutcliffe, M.B.E.

Hon. J.D. Clague, C.B.E., M.C., T.D. Mrs. F.K. Wheeler, M.B.E.

Lady Lo, M.B.E.

Mr. Bunnan Tong, M.B.E.

Mr. J. Cater, M.B.E.

Dr. A.H.R. Coombes, M.B.E.

Mr. Leung Tak-wah, M.B.E.

Mr. Goh Kim-toon, M.B.E.

Mr. Chung Wing-kwong, M.B.E.

Mr. Chau Wa-shang, M.B.E.

Hon. Kwan Cho-yiu, O.B.E.

Hon. Fung Ping-fan, O.B.E.

Hon. J.D. Clague, C.B.E., M.C., T.D. Mr. C.P. Sutcliffe, M.B.E.

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Mr. Wong Wan-tin, M.B.E.

Mr. Hui Pak-mi, M.B.E.

Miss Tsang Pik-shan, M.B.E.

Mr. Chan Yat-san, B. of H.

Mr. Leo lu-choung, C.B.E.

Hon. Tse Yu-chuen, O.B.E.

Mr. P. Tsui, M.B.E.

Mr. Leung Fung-ki, M.B.E.

Dr. Irene Cheng, O.B.E.

Mrs, Kwok Chan, M.B.E.

Hon. Kan Yuen-keung, O.B.E.

Hon. Woo Pak-chuen, O.B.E.

PRESENTATION OF INSIGNIA, 1964

List Of St, John Recipients

Dr. J.R. Jones, C.B.E., M.C.

Dr. Tseung Fat-in, O.B.E.

Mr. E. Ho Tung

Major A.P. Grimbly, R.A.M.C.

Knight of St. John

Associate Knight of St. John

Officer of St. John

Serving Brother

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