World Business: Personal File: Jan. 4, 1963

∙ One of Malaya's most ardent bird watchers is British-educated Dato Loke Wan Tho, 47, boss of more than 30 companies with large holdings in copra, rubber, tin, banking and real estate. Currently Loke has a particularly exciting flock under observation. As a public service, he volunteered four years ago to become unpaid chairman of Malayan Airways Ltd. To revive the rundown line, Loke ordered a fleet of Fokker F-27s to replace decrepit DC-3s and leased a BOAC Comet. This week, in cooperation with Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways and Thai International, Malayan...

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