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The Straits Times, 23 August 1965

Article also available on microfilm reel NL12172 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 2 U61%5 i AW*"* 3 The Straits Times Estd. 1845 MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1965 <£ 15 CENTS KDN 1189 M.C.(P). 1005 (26 words)
  • Snag, but space twins get a go-ahead [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • AGENCIES
    Snag, but space twins get a go-ahead POSSIBILITY THAT THEY'LL ATTEMPT RENDEZVOUS HOUSTON, Sunda ASTRONAUTS Cordon Cooper and Charles Conrad will keep going aboard their Cemini-5 spacecraft, despite problems with the electric power supply, it was announced today. "We are now committed for at least a 33-orbit flight," Gemini control (700 words)
  • Blessed carth—home is the lone sailor [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • MIRRORPIC
    Blessed carth home is the lone sailor A hero's welcome for man who fought and beat the Atlantic LONDON. Sunday If K MADE it on Tuesday last cockleshell hero Bob Manry stepped ashore at Falmouth, Cornwall, as thousands cheered. And then be set the seal on his epic lone voyage (261 words)
  • Just fancy that... [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Just fancy that HONG KONG. Bun. A bridegroom, who spent bis wedding night In a police station because he did not have enough money to pay for his wedding feast, was Anally balled out by his friends who persuaded the restaurant owner to allow him to pay the bill In (53 words)
  • Labour lead cut [Articles]
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    Labour lead cut LONDON. Sun —Norman Dodd. 61. Labour MP died today of heart attack Hlk death reduces Labour .s overall majority in the House of Common* to two. (29 words)
  • Bombing dams-U.S. new strategy in Hanoi [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Bombing dams- U.S. new strategy in Hanoi Sun. United States aircraft have made their first attack on a dam in North Vietnam, inflicting heavy damage on part of a hydro-electric I -heme, 80 miles southwest of Hanoi, a military spokesman said today. Eight U.S. Air Force F-105 Thunderchiefs dropped 21 (127 words)
  • Recovered: $900,000 loot [Articles]
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    • AP
    Recovered: $900,000 loot LOS ANGELES. Sun. Loot from rioting in the Watts district of Los An cHcn piled up in a police warehouse here in truckloads today, thanks to the combined services of guilty consciences and police informers. As workers removed debris, police patrolled residential areas, picking up items looted (71 words)
  • Dutch team flies in to Jakarta—with a demand for compensation [Articles]
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    • AP
    Dutch team flies in to Jakarta— with a demand for compensation JAKARTA. Sunday. VIR. N.S. BLOM. leader of a 10-member Dutch official delegation, said last night Holland would demand compensation for properties seized by Indonesia eight years ago. Mr. Blom. in a statement on arrival last night, said his delegation (265 words)
  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
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    STOP PRESS KASHMIR CLASH NEW DELHI. -Sun Twelve Pakistani MMIrrw were killed in attempt l>* Pakistani forces t« attack Indian posts MTOM K.i-li mir ceas«-(irc line yester,i.n, Inii aid today. Ki;uter (31 words)
  • Chen yi back [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Chen yi back JAKARTA Sun— The Chinese Foreign Minister Marshal Chen VI. left lor home today after a six-day visit for important worldranging talk* with Indonesian leaders and to attend the 30th anniversary celebrations of IndonwU'it Independence. Reutcr (38 words)
  • Tengku's hint of successor to Dato Stephens [Articles]
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    Tengku's hint of successor to Dato Stephens TENGKU Abdul Hulnnaii returned home after v five-day visit to Sabali and S;n-:i-wak tonight and Spoke of having "many" candidates in mind to fill Dato Shephens' Job as Minister of Sabali Affairs and <i\il I)e--fence. The Prime Minister said he had to •consider (729 words)
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      Begins today ...IN PAGE 5 AND EVERY DAY IN THE STRAITS TIMES (12 words)
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  • AFRO-ASIAN AND PACIFIC DESK
    • No force on Rhodesia [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      No force on Rhodesia LONDON, Sun. Mr. Arthur Bottomley. the Commonwealth j Secretary, arrived home yesterday after a West African tdur and mid Britain would not use force to aettle the Rhodes an question He said he had oiade that clear to the leaden of Nigeria. Ghana, Sierra Leone and (57 words)
    • Burma: Bow and arrow militia to fight the rebels [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Burma: Bow and arrow militia to fight the rebels OANGOON, Sun. 1V Burma is raising People's Militia Units, armed with bows and arrows, to rid the country of armed rebels who have been a threat for more than 16 years. The first units are being formed in a hundred villages (197 words)
    • KREMLIN'S NEW MEN ALL SET TO CHARM NASSER [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      KREMLIN'S NEW MEN ALL SET TO CHARM NASSER MOSCOW, Sunday THE Kremlins new rulers are preparing a big ceremonial welcome for President Nasser when he flies to Moscow on Friday for his first visit since 1958. Diplomatic observers said he is likely to be feted as Russia's most important foreign (368 words)
    • Gold: Swede, Lebanese, Englishman charged [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Gold: Swede, Lebanese, Englishman charged mOKYO, Sun. An Eng--1 lishman, a Swede and a Lebanese, were charged yesterday with smuggling 1581 b of gold plate into Japan. Police identified them as Glen Keith Hargrave, 30, of Richmond, Surrey; 29-year-old Christian Aspelin. a Swede who gave a London address; and the (107 words)
    • British firm will build H.K. tunnel [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      British firm will build H.K. tunnel HONG KONG. Sun— A BriI fish-owned company here has I accepted a Government franI chise to construct and operate a cross-harbour tunnel between Hong Kong island and the Kowloon mainland. A Rovernment announcement yesterday said the franchise, for a 30-year period with no right (94 words)
    • Villagers flee as Indians search Kashmir homes [Articles]
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      Villagers flee as Indians search Kashmir homes SRINAGAR (Kashmir), Sunday. I>OADS south of here today were dotted with refugees fleeing from nearby villages where police and troops were making house-to-house searches for armed raiders. Refugees trudging along the dusty roads with their possessions on their backs said the flushlng-out operations (215 words)
    • Bomb factory blast kills 10 [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Bomb factory blast kills 10 BOMBAY, Sun. Ten people were killed yesterday in an explosion in a Government- owned explosives factory at Klrlcee, about 200 miles from here the police reported. They said the blast occurred during an experiment. Reuter. (40 words)
    • U.S. jets strike 35 miles from China ! [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      U.S. jets strike 35 miles from China CAIGON, Sun.— United States Jet bombers yesterday made one of their closest strikes yet to the Chinese border, blasting a railway bridge only 35 miles inside North Vietnam. Twelve F-105 Thunderchief lighter-bombers supported by other air fore* lots unloaded 27 tons of bombs (415 words)
    • Robot downed [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Robot downed PEKING. Sun. Chinese na?f planes yesterday shot down a pilotless high-altitude US reconnaissance plane over Hainan, the New China News Agency reported Reuter. (25 words)
    • Tshombe's visit [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Tshombe's visit BRUSSELS, Sun. Mr. Tshombe. the Congolese Prime Minister, arrived here last night by train from Paris after a 48--hour stay there. Reuter. (24 words)
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    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • Page 2 Miscellaneous
  • EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN DESK
    • Rumania loosens her ties with Russia [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Rumania loosens her ties with Russia BELGRADE, Sun. a Rumania yesterday loosened still further its ties with the Soviet Union when her Grand National Assembly (Parliament) adopted a new constitution under which the country becomes a socialist republic instead of a people's republic. The Communist Party la still the country's (204 words)
    • Blast at gas installation [Articles]
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      • AP
      Blast at gas installation VAN WERT (Ohio). Bun. A gar, explosion flattened everything In an estimated 100-acre area 12 miles from here yesterday. One person was known dead and another nine were in hospital. Witnesses said the blast apparently was set off by a rparic from the wheels of a (53 words)
    • No surrender to racialism: Sir Dingle [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      No surrender to racialism: Sir Dingle LONDON, Sun. J The new proposals to limit Commonwealth immigration to 8.500 workers a year are not a surrender to racialism, the Soli-citor-General, Sir Dingle Foot, said yesterday. "T Ii c limitation will apply just as much to Australians as to Jamaicans." he told (322 words)
    • NEW GOVT WILL DIE IN 10 DAYS, SAYS PAPA [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      NEW GOVT WILL DIE IN 10 DAYS, SAYS PAPA ATHENS, Sunday. gX-PREMIER Georges Papandreou, still fighting for a return to power, yesterday predicted that the new Greek Government "will die in 10 days' and called for immediate general elections. He was speaking at Volos lat the outset of a 500-mile (298 words)
    • Earth tremor [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Earth tremor LIMA. Sun. A strong earth tremor lasting 70 MOOCda hhoo!t Arequlpa. southern Peru, tester-. tiay rawing general alarm but little damage apart from encka In i the vails of some buildings. I i Reuter. (36 words)
    • Rights for 20,000 [Articles]
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      Rights for 20,000 WASHINGTON. Sun. The Whitf House announced yenterday -.hat almost 20.000 mxx Ni -v vo-ers Imd been reg.s tereil in the fIH 10 days since .President Johnson's voting rlgnts Bill beenme law. (34 words)
    • A kiss on the arm is still a crime [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      A kiss on the arm is still a crime ROME. Sun. Italy's Supreme Court has ruled that a stolen kiss, even if planted only on a girl's arm, is a crime. A kiss was normally "a manifestation of sexual instinct." it said in overruling a judgment by a lower court (166 words)
    • Giant aircraft carrier pulls in with contaminated fuel [Articles]
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      Giant aircraft carrier pulls in with contaminated fuel I 1 r~\ WASHINGTON, Sun. j ATLANTIC fleet Headquarters said yesterday that the U.S. aircraft carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt has put into port in France because of contamination of its Jet fuel supply. A spokesman said the Navy has been unable to (226 words)
    • Old pals recall murder of Leon Trotsky [Articles]
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      Old pals recall murder of Leon Trotsky YIEXICO CITY. Sun. I i A small group of people gathered in a suburban house near here last night to recall one of the most sensational assassinations of this century. They stood In the same room where 25 years ago an assa.ssin drove (195 words)
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  • DEATH [Obituaries]
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    DEATH MADAM TAN SOK KIM, wife of th« latr Sect Choon Hoo. panned away peacefully at 3 D.ilvey Kstate 3.00 i.i.i. 21-S-63 leavtnK behind 3 sons. Scot Hiong Klat. Jimmy Scet Juav Ki.it and Serf Pung Kiat. t daughti i Siet tf% Nsoh. four danwhtcrF-in-law, one Son-in-la L>ow Kirn Yong (65 words)
  • Dato Raffae at function [Articles]
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    Dato Raffae at function KUALA LUMPUR, Bun.— The Femangku Yang di-Pertuan Negara of Sabah. Dato Pangiran Hiiji Ahmad Raffae, attended the dosing ceremony of the fourmonth national language month campaign at the Dewan Bah&sa Dan Pustaka here on Saturday night ana not Tun Mustafa bin Dato Ha run. as reported (55 words)
  • Tun Yusof to open Medical Diamond Jubilee [Articles]
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    Tun Yusof to open Medical Diamond Jubilee SINGAPORE. Sun. The Yang di-Pertuan Negara, Tun Yusof bin Ishak, will declare open tomorrow afternoon the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Singapore. In addition to Tun Yusof, who Is the Chancellor of the University, other YIPs will also (254 words)
  • Barker for Sydney conference [Articles]
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    Barker for Sydney conference SINGAPORE, Sun. Singapore's Minister' for Law and National! Development, Mr. E.W. I Barker, left by air this! evening for Sydney to attend the Common- i wealth law conference. 1 He is heading an official Singapore Government dele- j gatlon which comprises the I Chief Justice, Dato (220 words)
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  • Language issue used to hit Govt: Tan [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Language issue used to hit Govt: Tan THE Minister of Finance and MCA national president, Mr. Tan Siew Sin, said here today that the danger of the present situation in Malaysia was that the Chinese education and language issue was being "deliberately magnified" to embarrass the Central Government, and even (612 words)
  • Don'tendanger plan for prosperity, he says [Articles]
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    Don'tendanger plan for prosperity, he says pENANG. San.— The Ml--1 nistpr of Finance. Mr. Tan Siew Sin, today warned that unless Malaysians showed they could maintain their unity and stability. Implementation of the first Malaysia development plan would be endangered. "We estimate that unless we find at least $2,000 million (221 words)
  • Free shows at USIS [Articles]
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    Free shows at USIS PENANQ Sun. Two documentary films -Gemini IV" and the "World's fair"— will be screened at the USIS theatrette from Aug. 23 to ?8. There will be one performance 3;iiiy a: 5 p.m. exrep: on Saturday when two shows will be given at 10.30 am and 1130 (55 words)
  • Three-point Perak plan to help Malay timber men [Articles]
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    Three-point Perak plan to help Malay timber men IPOH, Sunday fTHE Perak State Gov- eminent has de- r cided to Implement a three-point plan to j increase Malay participatlon In the logging industry. To make it easier for Malays to get working areas in forest reserves, the Gov- i eminent (324 words)
  • Student teams return from Africa today [Articles]
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    Student teams return from Africa today KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. The two student goodj will teams from Malaysia and Singapore, which have i been touring Africa during the past month, will return home tomorrow. The teams, which were s«nt by the Malaysian Government 'to establish closer relations i between Afncan and (114 words)
  • Minister's pat on the back for courageous Customs men [Articles]
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    Minister's pat on the back for courageous Customs men pENANG. Sun. The Minister of Finance, Mr. Tan Siew Sin. today paid a special tribute to the antismuggling division of the Royal Customs and Excise for carrying out a difficult task "under very trying circumstances "It is a kind or work (376 words)
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  • Page 5 Miscellaneous
  • Toa Payoh
    • Island's newest satellite town [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Island's newest satellite town mf j i* fm J I VjBBB /JIW J iX yJ I PROJECT WILL COST $150 MIL. SINGAPORE, Sunday. rpOA PAYOH, Singapore's newest -L satellite town, is fast taking shape. Within seven months of the first building tenders being issued, several blocks of flats have risen (570 words)
    • 'Explain to students the truth of separation' [Articles]
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      'Explain to students the truth of separation' JOHORE BAHRU. Sun.— The Johore Mentri Besar. Dato Haji Hassan bin Haji Yunos, has told adult education teachers that they should explain to the people the tnu circumstances that led tn the separation of Singapore from Malaysia. He sad that there were certain (129 words)
  • Page 6 Advertisements
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    • Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Page 6 Miscellaneous
  • Target: 36,000 flats [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Target: 36,000 flats TWO PAGES OF PICTURES SINGAPORE'S newest and biggest satellite town, Toa Payohis fast taking shape. In the background can be seen the town's first few partly-completed blocks of fiats. AN ARTISTs impression of the Toa Payoh satellite town when it is fully completed in 1970. (48 words)
  • Inshore fishermen are now happy [Articles]
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    Inshore fishermen are now happy I>ENANO, Sun. —The ban 1 on trawler fishing since June 30 has resulted in a substantial increase in the Income of Penan* Inshore fishermen. Inche Ismail bin Idris. M.P. for Penans: Selatan. disclosing this today, said more than 1.000 inshore fishermen from Suneei Glugor to (158 words)
  • Kelantan tour for Assistant Minister [Articles]
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    Kelantan tour for Assistant Minister 17OTA BHARU. Sun. The Assistant Minister of National and Rural Development, Inche Suleiman bin Bu'on. is making a three-day tour of Kelantan from tomorrow. Immediately after his arrival In the morning, he will visit a mosque project at Kampong Berts Lanjut Panjo here, and other (126 words)
  • New car stolen [Articles]
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    New car stolen KAAIPAR, Sun. A new cmr belonging to Mr. L«ong Yin Cheong. a wiring contractor, was stolen from the front of his shop In Jalan Idrls here on Friday night. (32 words)
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  • Page 7 Miscellaneous
    • Page 7 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
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  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [Articles]
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    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS "-era* Sit 'Mimmmmt 'HI FAMILY OP the Bit* Mr A •aadanam thank relattvas and friend* wha> attended tb* 'unetal S'por* JO.S an TMI FAMILY OF th* kit* Mr Ijm Bhiy aan thank all frlertd* aad relarrvea fnr thetr teKgranu. wreath* acrotla. aonaftrm. Ik aaatataac* at the) ftnera! Ipoh. 21-R-M (50 words)
  • The Straits Times
    • Good Sense In Sabah [Articles]
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      Good Sense In Sabah The political difficulties in jSabah have arisen at a time when relations between Malaysia and Singapore are settling I down. This makes them all the imore regrettable. There is no call, however, to talk or act in I crisis terms. Two facts place J the situation (770 words)
    • Two Years [Articles]
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      Two Years Two years remain. Then, the Malaysian Parliament so deciding, Malay will become the sole official language throughout Malaya. Administrative tasks now shared with English will be handled in the National Language alone, an advance of fundamental importance to the development of the nation. This was the message of (252 words)
    • Road Speeds [Articles]
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      Road Speeds Every motorist who has found himself driving at 50 mph to keep up with a lorry decorated on its tailboard with a plate saying "35 mph" will applaud the Transport Minister's decision to make heavy transport speed limits mean what they say. But it will not be an (205 words)
  • Moonshine and murder in Ceylon style... [Articles]
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    • AP
    Moonshine and murder in Ceylon style Drnzil Peiria By £OLOMBO. Sun. With languid grace people of this tropical island nation till fields of rreen rice, tend coconut grove* and lastly watch over fish nets. And with Increasing frequency these days, some of them also explode in fantastic violence to do (403 words)
  • LETTERS
    • Lumut: An ideal port [Letters]
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      Lumut: An ideal port JTVEN a quick glance at the map will show that Lumut and the Dindlngs channel) are. ai» you say, the best. In fact the only natural sites for a port, except for Singapore, anywhere around the peninsula. A railway Is surely not essential for the development (490 words)
    • Flag change [Letters]
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      Flag change IIHTH the secession of f? Singapore the symbolic stripes and starpoints, representing the 14 States In the Malavslan flag, will be 13, an unlucxy number. It may be a good Idea If the 14 stripes and points are left as they are except that tne ones representing Singapore (72 words)
  • The hate that burns with the long hot summer... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    The hate that burns with the long hot summer... IAIN SMITH FOUR DAYS AND NIGHTS OF HORROR IN LOS ANGELES THAT LEFT 28 DEAD- by LOS ANGELES Sunday WHY does race violen c c always erupt in America in July and August? Why always outbreaks of anarchy and murder in (1133 words)
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  • 'Soek-the 1965 Hitler' [Articles]
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    'Soek-the 1965 Hitler' TENGKU TELLS TROOPS AT SIBU: WE ARE VERY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR EFFORTS From GEOFFREY GELDARD Kuching. Sunday COEK ARM) Is today's Hitler, the Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, told men of the 3rd Ba., Royal Malay Regiment, in Sibu this morning. When he arrived in Slbu from (302 words)
  • Scholarships [Articles]
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    Scholarships KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. Thr Alexander von Humboldt Foundation Is offering two types of fellowships to young scholars and scientists who wish to pursue advanced academic research projects at German universities and research Institutes. (34 words)
  • Two $1 notes with same serial numbers [Articles]
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    Two $1 notes with same serial numbers SINGAPORE, Sun. A bank clerk. Paul Cheah. 21. recently was exchanging a $10 note for $1 notes at the hank in which he works when he disco ver c d afterwards that he had been given 11 1 notes by the cashier. And (163 words)
  • Dog handling classes [Articles]
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    Dog handling classes KTJALA LUMPUR, Sun.— The newly-formed Bull Terrier Club of I Malaysia is to start dog handling j classes In preparation for trie Malaysian Kennel Club show to be held at the Chin Woo Stadium! here on Oct. 3. Those Interested are asked to write to the president (71 words)
  • Mosque rehearsal [Articles]
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    Mosque rehearsal KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. Rehearsals for the opening of the National Mosque here and the International Airport nt Subang will be held tomorrow. (24 words)
  • GIRLS BEAT PANTUN CHAMPIONS Hi CONTEST [Articles + Illustrations]
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    GIRLS BEAT PANTUN CHAMPIONS Hi CONTEST KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. •JWO young girls from Kelantan and Perak last night beat the two-man Kedah State team which won the National Language Month "pantun" competition championship on Wednesday night at the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka here The girls were taking part In a (247 words)
  • Tengku Puti's wedding [Articles]
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    Tengku Puti's wedding seremban. Sun. A statement issued from the Istana Besar. yesterday said: "The Orang Empat Istana Besar. Negrl Sembllan, would like to make It clear that the wedding today was between Tengku Puu Barirah btnte Tengku Sulong and Raja Ahmad Azlzan. "The daughter of Hl* Highness The Yang (64 words)
  • Malaysian team for law conference in Sydney leaves today [Articles]
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    Malaysian team for law conference in Sydney leaves today KUALA LUMPUR, Sunday. A THREE-MAN official Malaysian delegation, led by the Lord President, Dato Sir James Thomson, will leave for Sydney tomorrow to Join more than 1,550 delegates from 30 countries at the third Commonwealth law conference starting on Wednesday. I (283 words)
  • Razak: 'Talk of what unites us' [Articles]
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    Razak: 'Talk of what unites us' TifENTAKAB, Sun. ITI The Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak. today called on Malaysians to minimise their racial differences by talking more of what bound them together rather than what caused discontent. He said this when he addressed 200 Alliance members here. "We must (151 words)
  • Our pine canneries excel Hawaii's [Articles]
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    Our pine canneries excel Hawaii's I^UALA LUMPUR. Suii. Malaysian pineapple canneries have better machinery and methods of production than those In Hawaii and Formosa. This was stated here today by Mr. Shlngo Yamaki. leader of the visiting 63--member Japanese party of leading pineapple wholesale dealers. Mr. Yamaki who praised the (154 words)
  • Record 48 sit for 'sin-seh' test [Articles]
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    Record 48 sit for 'sin-seh' test SINGAPORE. San. A 13 record number of 48 candidates, Including five women, sat for the triennial Chinese "sin-wh" examination yesterday at the Thong Chai Medical Institution in Wayang Street. The questions were set by a panel of well-known local "Mn-sehs" headed by Mr. Teo (71 words)
  • Masked men rob shop of $2,000 [Articles]
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    Masked men rob shop of $2,000 I SINGAPORE. Sun— Four masked robbers broke into a provisions I f hop In Jalan Oellngang. Semba- wang Hill estate, early today and escaped with $1,000 cash and fountain pens worth $900. The robbers, all armed with knives, tied up the two occupants lof (73 words)
  • C'wealth study awards for 193 students [Articles]
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    C'wealth study awards for 193 students LONDON, Bun. Six students from Singapore, five from Malaya and cne from Sabah are among the 193 from 34 Commonwealth countries to whom Britain's Commonwealth BcholarshlD Commission has awarded scholarships for Dost-sra-duate study this year The Malayan students. aU graduates of the University of (154 words)
  • Hunt in Philippines for 'Tiger of Malaya' -loot [Articles]
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    Hunt in Philippines for 'Tiger of Malaya' -loot- ILIA NIL A, Sun. A iTI South Korean fortune hunter is searchIng for the treasure of the Japanese wartime commander General Tomoyoki ("Tiger of Malaya") Yamashita in Cotabato Province in the southern Philippines, according to the Evening News here. It Identified the (148 words)
  • Separation: India hopes wisdom will prevail [Articles]
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    Separation: India hopes wisdom will prevail From WEE KIM WEE YEW DELHI. Sun. 11 The Vice-President of India, Dr. Zakir Hussain, today expressed the fervent hope that wisdom would continue to prevail so that both Singapore and Malaysia would live ih peace and prosperity. This hope was expressed during an (188 words)
  • Talk put off [Articles]
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    Talk put off KTJALA LUMPUR. Sun. Th« talk which the Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak. was originally scheduled to give to the University of Malaya Graduates' Society at 8 pjn. tomorrow has been postponed to Sept. 1. (38 words)
  • Page 9 Advertisements
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  • Leader quits Singapore Alliance and appeals: Close party [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Leader quits Singapore Alliance and appeals: Close party SINGAPORE, Sunday. J RS. Scow Peck Leng, who was at one time prominent in local politics, today announced her resignation from the Alliance Party Singapura and retirement from politics "to devote myself entirely to social work." At a Press conference in her (294 words)
  • Party for Indian bank boss [Articles]
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    Party for Indian bank boss KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. The general manager of the Indian Bank Ltd.. Mr. O. R. Srinlvasan, attended a reception given in his honour at the Federal Hotel this evening. Mr. Srlnivasan Is her* on a weelc-long visit to branches of the bank In Malaysia. (48 words)
  • MP's visit ends [Articles]
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    MP's visit ends KUALA LUMPUR. Sun— Mr K Toshle. an MP of the ruling Japanese Liberal Democratic Party, left today for home after a day's visit here (27 words)
  • Drawing of lots for 100 low-cost houses [Articles]
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    Drawing of lots for 100 low-cost houses I£LANTAN. San. The 210 applicants for the 100 low -cost hooses at Tanah Patch here will draw lots for them at the Koantan Town Council premises on Sept. 10. The distribution of these nooses was delayed for more than a year as a (137 words)
  • NOW ITS TRA-LA-LA ON THE TRISHAS OF MUAR [Articles]
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    NOW ITS TRA-LA-LA ON THE TRISHAS OF MUAR Sun— Keeping up with modern times, trisha drivers here are providing passengers with free music. About 10 trlsha* here have Installed battery-operated radios under the passenger seats and the trend is spreading among the 600 pullers In town. "When I first fixed (143 words)
  • Malaysia Day rally [Articles]
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    Malaysia Day rally KAJANQ. Sun—Kajang district! will celebrate Malaysia Day with a children's mass rally and combined schools' sports at the padang here on Aug. 31. (26 words)
  • S'pore students will loin Malaysia Day joy in London [Articles]
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    S'pore students will loin Malaysia Day joy in London ARTHUR RICHARDS From London, 9— w nESPITE Sinjra- pore's separation from Malaysia. Singapore students in London will join their Malaysian counterparts to celebrate Malaysia Day on Aug. 31 at Malaysia Hall, the chairman of the organising committee of the celebrations. Mr. (248 words)
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      Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 5. SUrts to give place to ua tor 1 Oil hundred grouse, fifty are- s change (4, 3). distributed In the game araa 7. Like the look of the centre of (4-6). a French city? (6). 6. Prohibitionist's standard? (6). a. Uplifting song? (8. 6). 9. (291 words)
  • STRAITS TIMES BOOK REVIEW
    • World's oldest book: A new version [Articles]
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      World's oldest book: A new version HUGH MABBETT -By- THIS new rendering of perhaps the world's oldest book, the I Ching (or Vi King), is a work not of academic detachment but of missionary zeal. Mr. Blofeld is sold upon the I Ching and its methods of divination, and makes (677 words)
    • Suicide: A test or 'trial by ordeal' [Articles]
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      Suicide: A test or 'trial by ordeal' SUICIDE AND ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. By Erwin Stengel. (MacGibbon and Kee. 215.) rpiIERE is an essential resX pect in which one dead body is like another it can give no account of Itself and of how it got that way. Strange, then, that until (333 words)
    • The legend of Grace [Articles]
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      The legend of Grace GRACE DARLING: MAID AND MYTH. By Richard Armstrong. (Dent. 305.) rvNE NIOHT In SeptemU ber 1838 the paddle steamer Forfarshlre piled herself on a reef of the Northumbrian coast and broke in two. In the morning survivors on the gale-swept roci were spotted from the Longstone (216 words)
    • Ancient civilisation brought to light [Articles]
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      Ancient civilisation brought to light THE LAND OF SHIS' A R. By Leonard Cottrell. (Souvenir Press 30 s.) By STUART KOBE THE ancient kingdom of Shinar, recorded In Genesis, was a flat duncoloured land, crossed by two great rivers It was a cradle of mankind, home of the Sumerlan civilisation. (273 words)
    • A pleasant cricket book [Articles]
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      A pleasant cricket book JACKSON'S YEAR. By Alan Gibson. (Camell. 21s). A PLEASANT cricket book about the exploits of the Hon. F. S. Jackson in 1905. In that year be captained England, headed the Test batting and bowling averages, won every Test toss, made three centuries against the Australians, dismissed (115 words)
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      VEHICLES FOR SALE IS Word, M *c«. B»x M eta. astro MORRIS OXFORD 1900/60 12. «00 0.0.v. Ring Wee (8 per*> 7814 Ksb 338 offica hours. LATI itei Op«l H'-fO'H On* lady crwoer. Oood locxti'-'oa Talaphona (B'pors) hT'-e* 9.00 a.m. to B.OU p.m. MORRIS OXFORD 1t62 Low mileage. One owner. (961 words)
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      THE ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE ROYAL SCHOOLS OF MUSIC, LONDON. <i M It m PAPER I WRITTEN) EXAMINATION IMS. The above-named examination will be held on Saturday. 6th November. 1966 Entries should reach the Chief Examinations Officer, Ministry of Education. Kay Slang Road, Slnga- pore 10. as soon as possible (663 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS STATE OF BRUNEI VACANCY rOm ASSISTANT VtTtRINVKY OKMCKR in mi; AGRKXLTIRAI, lIKP%RTBf£NT Applications are ln\lt«d from suitably qualified randldatea for the poet ol A&sim.i VeVrlnarr Olflcir in ihr AtrrJcultural i Depanmfnt. Brunei. I QUALIFICATIONS; I Recognised detaee In Vet«rtnary Science. and must hava conßiderable experience oC farming and (633 words)
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      THE E A XSL/NES k- THE CAST ASIATIC COMPANY Lil luwpofeMd hi Oa.-.-wk EXPRESS SAILINGS TO RIAH EAST. CONTINtNT ANO K*ltOlHA¥lAi Sport S'nam Penang Aii> ficaN Mfta H'burg iftati Aan Cat* MOREUA a) It Pt/Atf 14 2S/2S Sefl 10 a Sefl 21 Rat I 4 It Boat* tl Afjj SI/ (1215 words)
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  • The Malaysian share list [Articles]
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    The Malaysian share list THE UMe ef shares en the Malax an Stock Exrhanfe ahows last badness to Anc. U (A) and last business alnee that date ißi with II and L standing for Hlfhrst and Lowest business (or 1964 and thl« rear to date. t. 15,50 tin BncM li (1114 words)
  • SHARE MART REVISED QUOTATIONS [Articles]
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    SHARE MART REVISED QUOTATIONS rE following Is a complete list ol' revised quotations for the week ended on Saturday Auk. 21. IMDOITRIAU Alas Brtcki 15.50 Bountrad 1.17 B.M. Trust** C.T.S. ords 39/C.B. Holdings 2.00 Dunlop* I.M Esso 1-86 Euo d«b. mi East Rmelt 3.70 F. N 2.36 Feb. pup. ii (640 words)
  • EXCHANGE RATES [Articles]
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    EXCHANGE RATES T'Mt Aoociation tf Banks m Mil.j--1 alt mad* thtt* chin,., in iv ratte to merehanta wi Saturday (all rate to tjattt ■•Hint TT at OO rtadyi l<m Pramti t4ot, Btlglan Franet 1.606. PrtntM Franca 16Si. (37 words)
  • H.K. RATES [Articles]
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    H.K. RATES ON Urn trtt txelttnit nitrktt to Roa« Kong on Saturday Vte US dollar was quoted at ft.7Bi for T.T. and 5.74* ror c»»h. tttrllng wan quoted at 16.09 aaf oot tael of itold at 2«o|. (37 words)
  • MALAYAN STOCK INDICES [Articles]
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    MALAYAN STOCK INDICES Aug 16 •Industrial*: 74.39 Tina: 93.40 > rubbers: XXXXX Aug. 17 Aug. 18 Aug. 19 73.79 73.60 73.83 92.03 91.83 92.26 102.35 102.35 102.35 •Dec. 30. 1963 100 Dec. 29. 1962 100 Aug. 20 73.48 92.76 102.35 Auc. 31 73 39 02.30 102.35 (45 words)
  • DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED [Articles]
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    DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED rvtahm Bultit Haul C'nrrenl [>.i\ nirnt 15'- ■> 20% I > f of payment Sept. 20 Au*. 28 Interim Toul for Total lor tor year previous yea* 33"--20% 20% (29 words)
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      L^£<OIIIEMT/tiiiisl TO EUROPE AND THI UNITED KINGDOM s.s. "CATHAY" (14,000 tons fully airconditioned Departino SINGAPORE 28 Auf 1965 PORT SWETTENHAM 29 Au, 1965 PENANG 30 Au, 1965 AnrWrifl LONDON 21 Sept 1965 via Colombo, Aden, Port Said ft Gibraltar FIRST CLASS accommodation a«ailablt. Apply to your Travel Agent, or to:ISLAY (954 words)
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  • MALAYAN SHARE MARKET REVIEW
    • Conditions quieter on Stock Exchange [Articles]
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      Conditions quieter on Stock Exchange From Our Market Correspondent effects of which are now becoming very apparent. News that Hoovers were toing on snort time cast a cloud over markets but when Fords announced on Thursday that they were putting 10.000 men on a lour-day week prices pluascd. Actual •cuing (2117 words)
    • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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      CLOSING PRICES RUBBER TIN (pcrlb.) (p. picul) Aiif. 16. t..,, cts. 5744.W 17. 674 eta. 5734.62} 18. 671 cts. 5737.6!} it 67* cts. 5753.371 20. 671 cts. 5745.50 21. 5748.00 (30 words)
    • Tin price is up by $2.50 [Articles]
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      Tin price is up by $2.50 AFTER another erratic week the Stralta tin price on Saturday gained $250 to $748 a picul with reported strong all-round demand continuing. The net balance on gain on the week was also $2.50. The price began the week at $744, lost J9.37J on Tuesday, (864 words)
    • DOLLAR RATE [Articles]
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      DOLLAR RATE 1"lll. prrsrnt rate of the Malayan dollar against (he pound sterling fixed on November 24 last >ear is selling T.T. or O.U. Ik, 3 15'IM. Bu>ing T.T. 2a. 4 l/16d. Himnt; O.U. 2s. 4 id. Thr dollar i<t at Its Matutort middle poKilion in relation to it> raacn (53 words)
    • U.S. economy is healthier [Articles]
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      U.S. economy is healthier The U.S.- economy Is healthier than Government economists had thought and us been for years. according to a major revision of statistics dating back to 1929. The changes by the Commerce Department raised gross national product in the second quarter to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (93 words)
    • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT VACANCIES [Articles]
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      FEDERAL GOVERNMENT VACANCIES Applications are inrited from Federal Citizens for the following appointments:1. ENTOMOLOGIST In the Division of Agriculture. Ministry of Agriculture and Co-operative*. MBS scale: $628x34-934/982* 34-1.254 plus Cost of Living Allowance at current rates. QUALIFICATIONS: (a) (i> An Honours Degree in Entomology or Zoology of the University of (4375 words)
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      MINISTRY OF DEFENCE TENDER NOTICE competitive Tender closing at 2.30 p.m on the dates shown «<a.nst e«ch of the tender i*lo» have bffn distributed to the Conrecutered with this Ministry other Than open groups tor lw supply ot Items m follow* 1 v<» (.hoi r CLOSING DATE ITEMS 413 6!> (550 words)
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      TENDER J.K.R. TENDER NOTICE BAHAGIAN KEKJA2 ANGKATAN BERSENJATA. Kr.M. PORT DICKSON Tenders from J.K.R.. Registered Contractors Class 'E' (Roads and above will be received at the office of the Pengarah Kerja Raya. Ibu Pejabat Jabatan Kerja Raya, Jalan Maxwell. Kuala Lumpur, up to 12 00 Noon on the 23rd August, (76 words)
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      NOTICES I KUNDONG TANJONG PAU COMPANY LIMITED (Incorporated in Urn SUte« of Malaya) NOTICE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company will be held at the Board Room. Harrisons Crosfleld (Malaysia) Limited, 70, Jalan Ampang. Kuala Lumpur, or. j Friday. 3rd (834 words)
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      PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA Faculty of Medicine. APPUCATIONS are invited tor a post of Dietician and Field Investigator in the Faculty of Mcdl- ewe. Applicants should hold a cer- j tlficate or diploma In dietetic* or home economics of a recognised < institution and should have had experience as (659 words)
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      MALAYSIAN SALES EXECUTIVES A British Trading Company a»M>rulrd with s wide range of marketing and manufacturing artiviUm. requires two energetic Malav<tian executives who ihoald poxMiw (he following quallflratkms:<a) Sound experience of normal business procedures, plu* ability to prepare market teparU etc. and conduct correspondence Independantlv. (k) Gaod marketing experience, combined (461 words)
  • TIMESPORT 1
    • Everton hit brilliant form for a —5-2 start— [Articles]
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      Everton hit brilliant form for a 5-2 start— LONDON, Sun. ENGLISH League soccer kicked off for the 1965-66 season yesterday with most attention focussed on the new substitutes rule, which permits one replacement for an injured player at any time. The first substitute on the field was Charltun's Keith Peacock, (518 words)
    • ROGERTHORPE SURVIVES OBJECTION IN 4.15 [Articles]
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      ROGERTHORPE SURVIVES OBJECTION IN 4.15 EPSOM JEEP: By Singapore, Sunday LES Coles and Des Coleman, both riding in top form, domii nated today's racing at i Bukit Timah. Coles had a splendid treble .on the well backed stable fancies. Silver Crown. Gwana and Grenadier. Coleman scored on Film Goer 111 (1729 words)
    • BIG SWEEP [Articles]
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      BIG SWEEP Total Pool ($85,130) Ist: No. XXXXX0 (40,341) 2nd: No. XXXXX6 ($11.52 b) 3rd: No. 2T8863 5,783) Starters (sl,oooeach): Not. XXXXX3 XXXXX3 XXXXX9 XXXXX8 XXXXX8 2180: i XXXXX1 XXXXX1 259i09 XXXXX8. Consolation ($750 each): Nos. XXXXX8 XXXXX5 XXXXX9 XXXXX5 XXXXX1 XXXXX8 XXXXX3 XXXXX5 I XXXXX5 XXXXX2. Extra consolation ($2OO (102 words)
    • All the League results [Articles]
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      All the League results FIRST DIVISION Arsenal 2 Stoke 1 Blackpool 2 Fulham 2 Blackburn v Tottenham (postponed Chelaea I Burnley 1 Krerton 5 Northampton 2 Leeds 1 Sunderland 0 I cicrsi rr 1 Liverpool S I Man. United I ShefT. Wed. 0 1 Newcastle 2 Notts Forest 2 Sl.rfT. (330 words)
    • THE WORLD OF SPORT
      • Philippines to spearhead move to strengthen AFC [Articles]
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        Philippines to spearhead move to strengthen AFC MANILA, Sun. Hong Kong's Lee Wai Tong may succeed Indonesian Sports Minister R. Maladi, who resigned as vice-president of the Asian Football Confederation, it was learned today. Enroque Llanos, chief of the Philippine delegation to the three-day AFC congress in Kuala Lumpur starting (469 words)
      • Coldwell's best [Articles]
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        Coldwell's best LONDON; Widespread rain j lnterferred with yesterday's cricket proirramme and in four matches not a ball could be bowled. Northamptonshire and Glamorgan, first and third in the championship table both bad only a limited amount of playing time- Worcestershire, currently second and with a slim chance of retaining (181 words)
      • Blancas leads [Articles]
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        • REUTER, AP
        Blancas leads SI'TTOS f Massachusetts) South Africa's Oary Player led the non-America ii challengers in the Carting 'world golf championship" at the end of the second round. He scored a two-under-par 69 uhich left him only two strokes behind the leader, Homero Blancas of Houston, who added a 67 to (158 words)
    • STIPE'S REPORT Trainer West is fined $200 [Articles]
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      STIPE'S REPORT Trainer West is fined $200 CINGA^OKii. Sun. The MRA Stipendiary Stewards report on yesterdays races at Bukit Timah: RAJ B 1 When the horses wen at the starting post. Sandman 1 [small) was found to be tied up in his action and was withdrawn by the Stewards on (342 words)
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      I DRIVE ANY CAB BBKSM fft \MI wbi^i I THEN DRIVE A VOIVO 1225. 11S TOOGO. DRIVE II HARD. I I IT TAXES II DRIVE IT LIKE YOU HATE HIT'S MADE TO LAST. I I Drive a VOLVO 1225. It's tough. Drive it hard. It takes it. VOLVO'S H safe. (275 words)
  • Page 17 Miscellaneous
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      DIARY SOCCKB M-tournry: India I Korea (7.30 p.m. i: Malaysia v Hong Kong (9.0. both matches at Merdeka Stadium). Inter-Services: Army v Navy (Glllman Barracks. Spore). Ipoh Dlv. 1: Ramblers v I Municipality (padang). Taiping Div. l: 2 Transport v Fed. Engineers. Krian Lge: P. Kasa Youth.4 v Teachers (P. (75 words)
  • TIMESPORT 2
    • Nationalist Chinese are in the box seat [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • LIM YAW CHONG
      Nationalist Chinese are in the box seat NORMAN SIEBEL NATIONALIST CHINA 5 JAPAN O By Kuala Lumpur. Sunday J^ATIONAUST China's experienced foo t b a Hers gave 29.066 spectators a most amiable exhibition of skill and their opponents, Japan, a lesson to be remembered at the Merdeka Stadium tonight. This (755 words)
    • Malaysia bow out to India [Articles]
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      Malaysia bow out to India Conrad Ng MALAYSIA 0 INDIA 3— By IPOH, Sunday MALAYSIA lost all hope of finishing even second in Group A of the Merdeka soccer tournament when they surrendered tamely to India by three goals to nothing here last night. India mesmerised Malaysia with speed and (414 words)
    • Positions [Articles]
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      Positions Oroup A league positions to date arc: P W D L F APU Vietnam 3 12 0 6 4 4 Korea 2 110 2 0 3 India 2 110 5 2 3 UK 2 0 113 4 1 Malaysia 3 0 12 3 8 1 Group B league positions (86 words)
    • DARWIS ALSO PENANG CHAMP [Articles]
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      DARWIS ALSO PENANG CHAMP PENANG, Sun. Malayan champion Darwis Deran of Perak won the 1965 Penang Open, amateur golf championship which ended at Batu Gantong here today. Darwis, a member of the Malavsian team in the Eisenhower Cup tournament In Rome last year, returned a 54- hole score of 225 (232 words)
    • GOMEZ CUP [Articles]
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      GOMEZ CUP IPOH. Bun. Perak beat Penan? b.v six matches to three in the inter-banks table tennis tournament here to win the Gomez Cup. In the earlier matches Perak beat Selangor 6-1 and Penang beat Nivn Sembllan 6-1 (38 words)
    • Bin Keng is golf winner [Articles]
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      Bin Keng is golf winner KUALA LUMPUR. Sun. Khoo Bin Keng (handicap 18) returned a nett 67 to win the Hishamuddin Alam Shah trophy in the 18-hole stroke-play golf competition at the Royal Selangor Golf Club today. Bin Keng of Royal Alam Shah Golf Club had a two-stroke lead over (90 words)
    • 12 RECORDS AT GOVT MEET [Articles]
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      12 RECORDS AT GOVT MEET ATHLETICS IPOH. Sun. A. Victor was the, outstanding athlete in the Perak Government Services annual athletics meet which ended on the Ipoh padang here today For setting up new marks in the 100 metres (11.3): 200 m (22.8) And 400 m (49.9). Victor was adjiidged (272 words)
    • Nahariah and Hamzah win 'mixed' title [Articles]
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      Nahariah and Hamzah win 'mixed' title IPOH, Sunday lIAMZAH Shamsuddin and Nahariah Hussein won a the Perak Malays badminton mixed doubles title when they beat M. A. Nordin and Laili Abdul Wahab 7-15, 15-7, 15-4, in the final here this morning. Results of matches In the earlier rounds played yes- (588 words)
    • KFA gives $314 [Articles]
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      KFA gives $314 KAMPAR. Sun. The Kampar Football Association has donated $314 collected at a match here during the recent visit of the Sultan of Perak. to the National Defence Fund. (31 words)
    • MAGGS QUITS [Articles]
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      MAGGS QUITS DURBAN. Sun. Tony Maggs 37. who made history by being the first South African to drive in international Orand Prix for a factory team, has retired from motor racing. (31 words)
    • Ceylon v S'pore proposal [Articles]
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      Ceylon v S'pore proposal SINGAPORE, Sun.— The 81nga-i pore Amateur Boxing Association are negotiating for a Ceylon I team to meet Singapore In an inI ternational boxing match here late October. Frank Pestana, the SABA president, told Tlmesport that he had md discussions with Major Larry Foenander, manager of the (112 words)
    • England's 12 for! Third Test [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      England's 12 for! Third Test LONDON, Sun. Englanc* today named 12 players for the Third and final cricket Test match against South Africa, starting at I The Oval here on Thursday. They are: M. Smith (capt). R. I I Barber, E. Russell, K. BarririKtrn C. Cowdrey, P. Parfltt, D. Allen, (58 words)
    • NORTH FACE DEFEAT IN ANNUAL MATCH [Articles]
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      NORTH FACE DEFEAT IN ANNUAL MATCH MANSOOR RAHMAN By I Kuala Lumpur, Sun. A SPLENDID recovery in the second innings today by South has placed victory in the bag for them in their annual cricket match against North which ends on the Padang here tomorrow. South, who scored 101 In (312 words)
    • SCOREBOARD [Articles]
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      SCOREBOARD SOUTH 101 and 211 Vrmri r Williams b Guruehartiii 19 Tessensohn b Duralratnam .M» Ka/.jk b Letchumanan 4 Bennett c de Souza b Tedre bi A. dp Silva c Gurucharan b Duralratnam I Baucii Manmuthu b Mnnarasinßhe 18 J. Martrnii b Ranjlt (lilM)n c de Souza b Tedr* 14 (177 words)
    • FOLLEY FOSTER [Articles]
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      FOLLEY FOSTER SEW ORLEANS. Sun—Zora Folley. who is ranked No. 2 in the heavyweight boxing division and Bob Foster, a rankIng light-heavyweight. have signed for a 10-roumi light here on Sept. 15. (32 words)
    • SUH'S TITLE TILT [Articles]
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      SUH'S TITLE TILT MANILA. Sun. Flash Elorda, of jii Philippines. Will defend his world junior hghtweiaht boxinp title against Sun Kang li. Hi South Korea, here on Octorier 30. (29 words)
  • DEATHS [Obituaries]
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    DEATHS CAPTAIN REGINALD ERNEST Oil, 0P..K.. Director of Marine. St»te» at Malaysia, at Asminta Hospital. P»tiihni! Jaya on 22nd Auyuat after a short Illness. Funeral service at 5 p.m. 23rd AUKU.it at St. Mary's Church. Kuala I,unr»ir. No wreaths hy request but donations may be made to Mariner* Club. I'rnant:. (104 words)
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      j SUMMARY SOCCER Inter-estate ilpoh): Sg. Rambai 1 Dublin 0. Sambanthan Cup: Tamil Youngsters 4 Ipoh Young- 1 sters L Krian League (Parlt Ban tar): Youth Club 4 Town Board 2. Chersonese Est 2 Kalumbang Est 0 (Bagan Serai). BOWLING Masters Tourney i Penang Winner Mok Thye Lim i1156>; Run-! (56 words)
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