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The Straits Times, 16 December 1965

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 ATIONM- LIBRARY. Hat**** 1 The Straits Times Estd- 1845 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1965 15 CENTS KDN 1189 M.C.(P). 1005

Trade peace go-ahead [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trade peace go-ahead SEAP GAMES: SPECIAL REPORTS IN PAGES 22, 23 AND BACK PAGE Lim and Lim agree officials should meet as soon as possible 'so both countries can start the New Year right' KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday MALAYSIA and Singapore have agreed to set up a committee of officials to

It's a world record [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It's a world record Lim Kee Chan By THAI WEIGHTLIFTER'S FEAT... BUT ONLY AFTER DISPUTE AMONG OFFICIALS KIALA LL'MPUR. Wed. Thai flyweight Chaiya Sukrhinda today sparked off a dispute as he won the first gold medal in the Seap Games weishtlifting championliip with a world record lift of 2701 b.

Gemini 6 off to keep space date [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gemini 6 off to keep space date (JAPE KENNEDY, Wed. Astronauts Walter Schirra and Thomas Stafford blasted off today aboard Gemini (J on their way to an historic space rendezvous with Gemini 7. Gemini 6 lifted off the launch pad here right on time. Gemini 7. manned by astronauts Frank

The milky way [ARTICLE]

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The milky way PHOENIX Amelia- Wed PirraiPii here rushed to the *rrnr ■>' ear fir \i-terdav only to find that a milkman had extmI «ulshed the blaze with five *„>- -1 lons 01 mUk -AP.

Ethiopia won't break now [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ethiopia won't break now ADDIS ABABA. Wednesday. g'l lIIOIMA will not sever diplomatic relations with Britain over Rhodesia for the time being. This was made clear by the Ethiopian Foreign Minister. Mr. Yifru. speaking to reporters today at Addis Ababa airport when Emperor Haile Selassie left for a State visit

Town goes up in flames [ARTICLE]

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Town goes up in flames BANOKOK \\>ci -Three thou-sai-.d people lost thrir homes when ftr? burned down the northeastern town of Khorat. about 125 miles rrom here, las! n*aht About 500 'hophouses -..-re rtduced lo uhaa. Reu'er

Jets knock out power plant [ARTICLE]

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Jets knock out power plant SAIOON. Wed— US. Air Force plane* today knocked out a thermal j.ower plant 14 miles northeast or Haiphong that supplies )5 per cent of ih( electric power fcr North Vietnam, a US Ah- Forcr spokesman said The raid was the itrst announced in the viciniM

Rice and sympathy [ARTICLE]

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Rice and sympathy HAM.kOk. WV.I.-Tlu Thai :i |,j m has decked to «nd 50 Jons of (r (o Majavsu, to help flood victims in KelanUui and Irenggunu. Renter.

Tonga's Queen Salote dies at 65 [ARTICLE]

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Tonga's Queen Salote dies at 65 AUCKLAND. Wed. Tongas colon it ul Queen Salote died here today, aged b's. The 6ft. :Mn.. 280 lb. Queen was admitted to a private hospital here on Sunday with a chest complaint and pleurisy Her condition rapidly deteriorated. A representative of tlie Tongan Government

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS GKMINTS 'LOCK C.\PE KENNEDY. Gemini I has establish ed radar "lock on Gemm 7 u»in;; rad.ir guidann s\stem. (,;ip M .,s Z\ miles. Renter this p.i^e'

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Sihanouk turns down an offer by Chou [ARTICLE]

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Sihanouk turns down an offer by Chou piINOM PhNH. Wed Prince Norodom Sihanouk, the Cambodian Chief of State, says he has rejected an offer of Communist Chinese financial aid. Speaking at the inauguration of a school on Monday, he said: "China, our No. 1 friend, in a fraternal desire to

Boy quads [ARTICLE]

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Boy quads SAO PAULO Brazil i. Wed auudnipteU. all boys, were born retterday to Centfa Da s lva. wife >f a quarry worker. In Cactuvna Paullsta. town MO miles tnat ten Mother and baWei arr doill well. Rrutrr.

'No formal notice' [ARTICLE]

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'No formal notice' LONDON. Wei. TinForeign Office MM today ili it it had received no formal notification of severance of diplomatic relations from any of the 36 Organisation of African I'nity nations. Yesterday. Nigeria urc<<l Britain to call in Commonwealth nations lo help in putting down the regime of RhodcMan

Guinea cuts ties with Britain [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Guinea cuts ties with Britain FIRST TO CARRY OUT O.A.U. THREAT I ONDON. Wed. President Sekou Toure of Guinea announced the severance of relations with Britain and the closing of the British Embassy in Conakry today in a nationwide broadcast. The broadcast was heard In London last night. The Organisation

New Red plot in Guatemala [ARTICLE]

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New Red plot in Guatemala GUATEMALA. Wed Guatemala's Government -said in a communique yesterday it had uncovered a widespread Communist pUr < to seize power in this Central American republic. The communique said the Communist plan called for more kid- nappings of wealthy Guatemalan; to raise funds for terror st

MOBUTU'S SOLDIERS CLEANING UP—AS PROMISED [ARTICLE]

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MOBUTU'S SOLDIERS CLEANING UP— AS PROMISED i iiUfULJJviLJ^r;. wea. Units of the Congolese National Army turned out in Leopoldville yesterday to give the Congo's capital a scrub-down. Soldiers were trimming hedges. sweeping streets, i-learing refuse and chopping down trees. The move la part of President Mobutu's promise, made the day

India accuses Pakistan [ARTICLE]

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India accuses Pakistan IMI ED NATIONS. Wed India yesterday accused Pakistan nf "4 ceaselire violations and other incidents. A letter to t lie Becretary-Gen-rral swid the violations, lncludrcl improvement of dcfensi\c positions, small arms mid mort:tr fnc and intrusiun Into limUm a rspace by Puki.stani aircraft. Reiner.

New Brunei party [ARTICLE]

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New Brunei party BRUNEI TOWN. Wed. Dato Prngiran Ali. who resigned as Brunei's nominated Depu'v Mentri Bcsar recently to conte.'-t a by-elecUon to the Brunei District Council. has announced plans to form a political party. Reuter.

BRITON TRIES TO FREE SISTER [ARTICLE]

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BRITON TRIES TO FREE SISTER I ONDON, Wed. The brother of a Britishborn woman, who is under arrest in IndoneI sia charged with invol--1 vement in the recent coup attempt, said today he was fighting to get his sister released. Mrs. Carmel Budiardio. wife of an Indonesian rovcrnment official, has

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that... WASHINGTON. Wed.— A racially prejudiced computer has been barring Negroes from jobs in a southern U.S. manufacturing plant, according to a government commission. The commission to ensure equal Job opportunity reported that the computer, used to screen job applicants, had never selected a Negro. Whoever had programmed

The terror regime in Tibet: UN begins debate [ARTICLE]

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The terror regime in Tibet: UN begins debate UNITED NATIONS. Wed.— The Philippines yesterday accused China of unleashing a nightman of oppression and cruelty in Tibet paralleling the worst type of imperialism and colonialism. Mr. Salvador Lopes. 1 lie chief Philippines delegate, told the UN. General Assembly that China nad

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Rusk asks U.S. allies to step up aid to Saigon [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rusk asks U.S. allies to step up aid to Saigon PARIS, Wednesday. HI IS. Secretary of State, Mr. Dean Rusk, yesterday urged America's allies to step up their aid for embattled South Vietnam, particularly in the non-military field. In a hard-hitting speech to the opening session of a three-day meeting

Stones in kidney down Stewart [ARTICLE]

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Stones in kidney down Stewart LONDON. Wed. The British Foreign Secretary. Mr Mtchael Stewart, who was taken ill at work on Monday, is suffering from stones in the kidney, it was announced yesterday. Mr. Stewart, 59. was X-rayed at a hospital here and the Fore gn Office later announced the

More Vietcong defectors [ARTICLE]

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More Vietcong defectors bAIOON, Wed— A new Jecord number of 148 Vietcong guerllUs «aye themselves up to the Allied iorces in South Vietnam last month, a United State* spokesman said here last night. I So far this year there have been Just over 10.000 defector*, compared with 5.417 la tt»

Captain and 2 officers blamed for Lakonia disaster [ARTICLE]

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Captain and 2 officers blamed for Lakonia disaster ATHENS. Wed. An inquiry into the loss of the cruise ship Lakonia, which burned and sank in the Atlantic two years ago with the loss of 125 lives, last night blamed the captain and two officers for gross negligence. The 2,500 -word

Axe bandits strike [ARTICLE]

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Axe bandits strike BIRMINGHAM. Wed. Six masked men used axes to smaah open a wages van here yesterday and made off with nearly £42.000. It was Britain's biggest wage* robbery this year— Reut«r

Johnson to send a medical mission to aid Pakistanis [ARTICLE]

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Johnson to send a medical mission to aid Pakistanis WASHINGTON Wednesday. PRESIDENT Johnson announced last night that 1 he would send a high-level team of medical teachers and scientists to Pakistan to improve the health of the people there. He told President Ayub Khan at a state dinner at the

CLAY TO POLICEMAN: GO ON, HIT ME [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CLAY TO POLICEMAN: GO ON, HIT ME C H 1 C A G O. Wed. Heavyweight boxing champion Cassius Clay was charged with disorderly conduct when, following his arrest for a traffic offence, he dared a policeman to hit him so that he could "sue the Government." Clay and threr

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Did Seeni allege there had been a criminal offence? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Did Seeni allege there had been a criminal offence? Day Three of the Rahman Talib appeal Reporters Chew Loy Khoon. A. Ramalingam KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday QID Mr. D.R. Seenivasagam, MP allege the commission of a criminal offence by the former Minister of Education, Inche Abdul Rahman Talib? the Federal Appeal

Letters from Pahang Mentri Besar quoted [ARTICLE]

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Letters from Pahang Mentri Besar quoted 'The Judgment w»s plainly. clemxly and conclusively wrong. It was a miscarriage of justice leading to the resignation of the appellant as a Minister of His Majesty's Government..." At this. Dato Sir James indicated that Mr. Abdoolcader should refrain from talking ♦urth«r about the

LORD PRESIDENT: WHAT WAS IT HE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE DONE? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LORD PRESIDENT: WHAT WAS IT HE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE DONE? The Rahman Talib appeal (Contd.) gation showed that an off- i ence had been committed under the Prevention of Corruption Act. 1961. The Lord President. Da^j S:r James Thomson, interrupted to .say: "I am DOt trying to pui you

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'Xmas strike' over pay by 200 at supermart [ARTICLE]

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'Xmas strike' over pay by 200 at supermart SINGAPORE. Wed SOME 200 employees of Fltzpatricks Supermarket in Orchard Road, will go on strike tomorrow in a wage dispute with the management. The "Christmas strike" was announced today by Mr. Michael Selvanayagam. general secretary of the Food. Drinks and Allied Workers

LONDON STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS LONDON. Wed.— The slock markets today were overshadowed by waratafcfi from the bank ol England's quarterly bulletin thm Bnt- ain'i credit .squeeze must continue. Closing middle prices or selected stock* not including slump dUiy <verc: 1.11 1 1 I". I II Coiim>l 2 £38i —1 Fu;idi;io 4' £91,'

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON. Wtd.—Buytis £1370 <—£12i». sellers £1372; i—£ls). Fonvard buwrs £1345 <—£15>. Mlteri £134 C f-£l6>. Settlement £1375 (—£l3> Xurnover a.m. 165 tons. p.m. 50 tons. Tone: Quiei

150-page Army bill for establishment [ARTICLE]

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150-page Army bill for establishment SINGAPORE. Wed. The 150- page Singapore Army Bill to pro- m viae for establishment and adininistration uf armed forces was I released today. Under this Bill, the militan," set- up in Singapore will be along lines of the British military forces An Army board is

Club dance [ARTICLE]

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Club dance SINGAPORE. Wed The Gammon Sports Club is holding a dance on Jan 22 in the audi- H torlum of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce Bulldinij to raise funds for a new clubhouse. Tickets at $3 are available at Tangs. Robin- yon:-. Katonst Flower Shop and Mr. Allan Teo

'The Messiah' [ARTICLE]

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'The Messiah' SINGAPORE. Wed. The Sin- gapore Musical Socieiy will pre- sent "The Messiah" at ihe Slnija- pore Conference Hall. Shenton Way at 6.15 p.m. on Dec. 20. Ii will be a children's performance The performance on Dec. 21 at 8.45 p.m. is for the general public, j I

A salary boost for 30 bank workers [ARTICLE]

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A salary boost for 30 bank workers SINGAPORE. Wed. Some 30 employees of the Asia Commercial and Banking Corporation In Robinson Road, have been given wage Increases, ranging from $10 to 532 a month from November this year following conversion of their salaries. They will get an increment on Jan.

Church fair [ARTICLE]

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Church fair SINGAPORE. Wed. A food and fun fair will be held at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Queenstown. between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Dec. 19. It is in aid of the church building fund and underprivileged children of Qeenslown.

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This is the challenge, and let's face it together: Razak [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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This is the challenge, and let's face it together: Razak MALAYSIA PLAN DEBATE OPENS By Our Parliamentary Reporters KUALA LUMPUR. Wcdnssday TITE Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, said today the nations crucial need to find new sources of income and employment would be met by the First Malaysia Plan.

'Achievements since Merdeka... our philosophy is Progress' [ARTICLE]

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'Achievements since Merdeka our philosophy is Progress' MALAYSIA PLAN DEBATE development expenditure would aniuum to 52.650 mill. on. As the development expendU turp programme required $4,500 million, the Government Lnrended to finance the remainder of $1,900 million by seeking foreign louns and assistance. Tun Razak went on: "Malaysia has received

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2 GIRLS TOP JAPANESE LANGUAGE EXAM [ARTICLE]

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2 GIRLS TOP JAPANESE LANGUAGE EXAM SINGAPORE. Wed. Two former Chinese school Rirls. a I'niversity of Singapore student, and a schoolboy topped the Japanese language courses conduct ed this year. Today was Ihr graduation day for 84. students who passed the ISM primary, secondary and advance courses the fifth sponsored

Two win appeal [ARTICLE]

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Two win appeal Singapore. Wed.— Cote chin Hunt. 20. a traffic ccnslable. and Lek Gat Hun M, oi Pulau Brani. today .succeeded n, their appeal beioiv Mr. Justice Butt rose against tonv;ci:oi oy a lover court on a loint robbery charge. Mr. Jtval Advanl argued tbe appeal on l>eli;ilt oi

'S'pore by night' for eager Selangor exchange students [ARTICLE]

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'S'pore by night' for eager Selangor exchange students TWO girls and three boys from Selangur arrivrd here this morning eagerly looking forward to their one week stay as guests of the Lions Club of Singapore. They are Betty Urn Qui Imm. 17. of Kuala Lumpur: Noraini binte Mohd. Yusof 10.

Boycott, and Barisan comes under fire [ARTICLE]

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Boycott, and Barisan comes under fire SINGAPORE. Wed T H K Opposition Barisun Sosialis, whose M.P.'s are boycotting the present session of Parliament, today came under heavy fire from the (J ove m m c n t benches, when the debate on a motion of thanks to the Yang di-Pertuan

HO TABLES QUERY ON STU CLAIMS [ARTICLE]

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HO TABLES QUERY ON STU CLAIMS SINGAPORE. Wed The chairman of the National Trades Union COQgrtH, Mr. Ho See Ben:;, has tabled a question m Parliament asking the Education Minister Mr On« PaiiK Boon, whether negotiations will <ommence with the Singapore Tr;ui.en Union on ius claims submit 'ed in 1961

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An appeal for aid for fishermen's families [ARTICLE]

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An appeal for aid for fishermen's families A LOR STAR, Wed. A HajiSalleh bin Haji Ishak (All.-Kota) today asked the State Government to help the families of four fishermen, who had not returned from sea for more than a month. He was speaking at the State Assembly's Budget meeting on

When a postman knocks on the back door... [ARTICLE]

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When a postman knocks on the back door... I^IALA LI.MPUR. Wed A postman who those to deliver a letter at the bark door of a house in Jalan Treacher here because there was short cut to it was bitten by a dog. a magistrate* court was told yesterday. The dog's

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After the crash... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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After the crash... BRITISH soldiers carrying the body of one of the five Navy airmen killed when a helicopter of 848 Naval Air Commando Squadron crashed in Ban town, 22 miles south-west of Hurtling on Tuesday. The stricken plane missed Bau's main street of wooden shophouses by 50 yards. Among

NANTAH TO EXPELLED STUDENTS: RE-APPLY [ARTICLE]

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NANTAH TO EXPELLED STUDENTS: RE-APPLY SINGAPORE. Wed— The Vice Chancellor of Nanyan? University. Dr. Huang Yinc Jung, today reiterated that students who had recently been expelled from the university. should send in their applications for re-instatcment. He m commenting on a Kuala Lumpur reiwrt which •;ud that parents of Malayan

Hindu youth leaders [ARTICLE]

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Hindu youth leaders SUNGEI PA IAM. Wed. Mr. N Krishnan Kutty has been elect- Ed president of the Central Kedan j Hindu Youth Organisation, with Mr. V. Thannimalal as vice-presi- dent. Mr. R. Chandrasegaran secretary and Mr. C. S. Nav»--1 lingam treasurer.

YUSOF TO ATTEND TATTOO [ARTICLE]

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YUSOF TO ATTEND TATTOO SINGAPORE. Wed The Ist Bn Singapore Infantry ReKiment. ■ill hold v mttlUry t»tton at its camp in Ulti Pandan on Dec. 31 at 7pm Among the YIP spectators will be the Yang di-Pertuan Negara. Inche Yusof bin Ishak. who U also Colonel of the Regiment, and

Leprosy patients: 'Only six months in hospital' [ARTICLE]

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Leprosy patients: 'Only six months in hospital' fTI'ALA LI'MPIR. Wed.— Leprosy patients nerd not remain in hospital for more than six months, according to the director of the Leprosy Research Unit in Sungei Buloh. Dr. John 11. S. Pettit. He told a Press conference today that the unit bases its

Donation to church [ARTICLE]

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Donation to church SUNGEI PATANI. Wed The Training Depot. Brigade of Gurkhas, has donated 55.000 to the rebuilding fund of the Church of St. Philip and St. James in Sudgei Patani.

Soek's hint to Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Soek's hint to Singapore JAKARTA, Wednesday PRESIDENT Soekarr no indicated to the Philip pine Ambassador yesterday that he was not opposed to talks with Singapore but still Insisted that all the component States of Malaysia should be independent, according to informed sources here. The ambassador. Mr. Narciso Reyes. Joined the

Two giant microwave phone schemes planned [ARTICLE]

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Two giant microwave phone schemes planned I/UALA LUMPUR, Wed. Two Riant microwave schemes. costing S5 million, to be implemented under the first Malaysia FiveYear Plan will bring better telephone communications to the East Coast and Singapore. The first scheme Includes the Installation of microwave bearers from Kuala Lumpur to Kuantan

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia Revalues [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia Revalues 1 The much publicised Indon- j csian offer of talks on con- j frontation can now be seen not to be worth more than a j 1 new Indonesian rupiah, what- 1 1 ever the value of that may be. t A genuine Indonesian desire to end confrontation

Sarawak Budget [ARTICLE]

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Sarawak Budget Sarawak has had a good year and looks forward to I another. The State budget j presented by Dato Stephen 1 Ningkan envisages steady ex- j pansion of the administrative apparatus and of services to the public, without the need to increase State taxes. As the Chief Minister

Bigger Barrier [ARTICLE]

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Bigger Barrier Medical specialists in two iift'ercnt fields yesterday drew attention to bright prospects needlessly clouded. Dr. J. S. 3odhy. a tuberculosis expert. >aid response to Malaysia's fine .•ontrol programme was very j poor. Half the TB suspects located during the mass X-ray :ampaign. presumably because they fear social rejection,

Letters

When it is time to give up [LETTER]

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When it is time to give up I own a small business, some ten miles out of town. All these years. 1 have provided transport for my staff in the form of a station-wagon. In 1962. 1 bought a diesel-engined vehicle, tor cheaper running. I paid $3.8 a year in

Bo ing! [LETTER]

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Bo ing! RESIDENTS in McPherson Estate are frequently disturbed by the bo'ing sound caused by the aeroplanes from Paya Lebar Air Port. Could not the authority direct the take-offs away from the present positions? VS. Singapore

A last word on that tax [LETTER]

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A last word on that tax MAY I reply to Mr. E.S. Lejeune's letter 'ST. Dec. 14). As I feared, the example which I prepared for Issue to manufacturers, has in turn raised certain queries. Might I again stress that it is quite impossible to cover all eventualities or problems

Stamp sales [LETTER]

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Stamp sales I REFER to the letter by "Citizen" (ST. Dec. 2) on the sale of Malaysian stamps at the Enquiry Section of the General Post Office. I would like to explain that the sale of Malaysian Stamps at the Stamp Bureau located at the Enquiry Bectlon of the General

Detainees [LETTER]

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Detainees rpHE letter written by X Liberal (ST. Nov. fi> draws attention to a matter of great importance, for the long detention of Lim Chin Joo. during which he has successfully passed his Law examinations, is worthy of more notice than the iestlnd asiao 1' rained from the Malaysian Minister

TV licence [LETTER]

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TV licence I refer to a letter from •NJC.C" of Setapak <S.T. Dec. 13) and would like to point out that revenue received from commercial advertisements in television is not sufficient to cover operating costs A 6 such, licence fees will have to be charged to Day lor high rates

Liquidated [LETTER]

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Liquidated CONTRIBUTORS to the University of Singapore Non-A cade m 1 c Staff Provident Fund were not consulted over the decision to donate the residual sum of $31,000 which was found to exist upon the liquidation of the fund to the Mfiilcal Progress Fund. Most of us believe the cause

THE MOST LAWLESS LAND IN THE WORLD? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE MOST LAWLESS LAND IN THE WORLD? Stanley Karnovv The bars to progress in the Philippines are crime and chronic corruption By Manila, Wed CHECK your firearm here, reads a no tice at the entrance to the stately Philippine Congress building and similar signs adorn public places throughout Manila. Though

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Opposition boycott 'a gross dereliction of duty' [ARTICLE]

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Opposition boycott 'a gross dereliction of duty' J FRANCIS From Ib.SSELTON. Wed The absence of all Opposition members in the Singapore Parliament was today dcs- ribed as creating an ■unhealthy situation' in the State rtlilng great concern among the people. Data David Marshall, for met Chlel Minister of ire wh

Anniversary dinner [ARTICLE]

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Anniversary dinner KLUANG. Wed The Johore Stat« Liquor Merchants Association will celebrate its third anniversary Wttil :i dinner at the Chong I Hwa Hieh School here on Sun- cmv at 7 p.m.

Another year for the '7-year burglar' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Another year for the '7-year burglar' KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. OINGAPORE'S "millionaire" burglar, Kirn Lin, 24, sentenced in Singapore in July to seven years' jail on 25 charges of housebreaking, was today jai led for a year by a magistrate's court here for escaping from police custody. Among the houses he

More donations to TB fund [ARTICLE]

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More donations to TB fund KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. I Donations to the Lady Templer Tuberculosis Hospital Fund last month totalled $12,946. Among the major contributors were: National Electricity Board. Kuala Lumpur. $5,000: Selangor Kwang Tung Association. Kuala Lumpur. $1,095, Hour Kong it Shanghai Banking Corporation. Kuala Lumpur. $1,000.

A hawk swoops —and silences singing merboks [ARTICLE]

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A hawk swoops —and silences singing merboks pENANG. Wed. A sparrow hawk swooped down on the polo ground here this morning: and several birds in a singing contest refused to sing. Saddest bird owner wa.-, Mr. Lim Swee Chin, brother of Dr. Lim Swee Aun. the Minister of Commerce and

A cholera suspect on estate [ARTICLE]

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A cholera suspect on estate MUAR. Wed. A 57--year-old worker from Fanchor rubber estate. 17 miles from here, has been admitted to the General Hospital as a cholera suspect. 1 Medical authorities said his symptoms were similar to patients suffering from gastro enteritis from which three persons died last month.

OFFICE HOURS DURING FASTING MONTH [ARTICLE]

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OFFICE HOURS DURING FASTING MONTH KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. —The office hours in all government departments throughout the country I will be from 8 a.m. to 2 j p.m. on week days and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays during the lasting (Puasa) month which v l beu.n either

Gift of mace for Sarawak Council [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gift of mace for Sarawak Council I^UCHING, Wed. Sarawak's Council Neßri received its first mace and its first Ser-geant-at-Arms toot office when the Council sat for its Budget meeting yesterday. The mace was presented on behalf of the people of Sarawak by Dat<> We« Kheng Chiang. The Speaker. Dato M.

Medical moves [ARTICLE]

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Medical moves KAJANG. Wed. Dr K. Wignes.varan has replaced Dr 3. Dorni Manickam as Medical Officer. Kaimg District Hospi'al.

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TV MALAYSIA < H.VWF.I. 5 Kuala l.umpur i 111 Students: 6.35 The Flmtand iv n.i in S Ipoh and Ma- .stones "Dial for suspicion"; Uiij 3 Johore Bahru; 4 ~-00 News in English: T.lO Binl.niims: 7 Batu Pahal; 9 tang: 735 Gidget— "A Hearse. Kluane. My Kingdom for a Hearse":

Johore's sugar cane scheme: Jobs for 2,000 [ARTICLE]

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Johore's sugar cane scheme: Jobs for 2,000 lOHORE BAHRU. J Wed.— The Mentri Besar. Dato Haji Hassan bin Haji Yunos. today gave details of Johore's proposed 20.000 acre sugar cane plantation and refinery, which he said would be set up at a cost of $45 million and give employment to

Our students in London [ARTICLE]

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Our students in London SINGAPORE Wed. There i were 4.209 full-rime Malaysian and Singapore students iti Britain dur.ng the academic year 1964-65. according to a British Council supplement Issued in London recently. Of this figure. 3.371 came from Malaysia Molaya 3 037. Sabah 85. and Sarawak 141)— and 938 from

A 'better chance' of ending confrontasi [ARTICLE]

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A 'better chance' of ending confrontasi KUCHINO, Wed.—Chances of an end to Indonesian confrontation looked better now than they did six months ago. the retiring British High Commissioner to Malaysia. Lord Head, said here today He was speaking at the airport before leaving for Sabah after a two- day farewell

ANGLO-MALAYSIA DOUBLE TAX TALKS SOON [ARTICLE]

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ANGLO-MALAYSIA DOUBLE TAX TALKS SOON I ONDON. Wed —Mr Julian Ridsdale <Con>ervative> asked thp Chancellor of 'he Exchequer In the House 04 Cummo:)'. last night when negotiations for a double taxation agreement with Malaysia were likely to be rompleted Mr John Diamond. Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said In a

Sabotage warning [ARTICLE]

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Sabotage warning JESSELTON. Wed. JAKARTA ARMY DETERMINED TO CARRY ON 'CRUSH MALAYSIA' gABAH can expect more sabotage activities by Indonesian infiltrators as the Indonesian Army seems determined to carry on the "Crush Malaysia campaign. This warning was given by the State Secretary, Mr. John Dusing, to 30 police officers attending

A BIRTHDAY PLEDGE TO GOVERNOR [ARTICLE]

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A BIRTHDAY PLEDGE TO GOVERNOR PENANG, Wed. pENANG'S Chief Minister. Dato Wong Pow Nee, today re-affirmed the loyalty of the people of the State to the Governor, Raja Tun Uda Al-Haj, on the occasion of his official birthday. Before a large and distinguished gathering at a Residency garden party, Dato

New Malay chamber [ARTICLE]

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New Malay chamber BRUNEI TOWN. Wed. A Brunei Malay Chamber of Commerce has been formed here with n former leader of the banned I Brunei Party Ra'nyat, Awang A. A. Hapdiz Luksamana. as i chairman.

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Problems no bar to ties with Manila: Tengku [ARTICLE]

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Problems no bar to ties with Manila: Tengku KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. rpHE Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul J- Rahman, said today that Malaysia still held the view that diplomatic relations with the Philippines could be established "irrespective of any problems that exist between the two countries. The Tengku was replying to

ASA may be active next year: Khoman [ARTICLE]

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ASA may be active next year: Khoman J> \\<.kt»k Wed— The Association of South Kast Amu (ASA) between Thailand. .Malaysia and iluPhilippines i.s expected to In- active again some time next year after the new Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos assume* power. This was indicated by the Thai Foreign Minister, Tun

Quit notice to Briton? 'Imaginative' report [ARTICLE]

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Quit notice to Briton? 'Imaginative' report IJUALA LUMPUR. Wed The British High Commission here said today that "only one" diplomatic officer had recently left the British Deputy High Commission's office In Jesselton. His departure had been j arranged some time ago sc that he could take up a position In

All set for bowling tournament [ARTICLE]

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All set for bowling tournament IPOH. Wed.— The first national bowling championships, organised by the Malaysian Tenpln Bowling Congress, will begin at the Perak Turf Club bowling centre here tomorrow evening. More than 200 bowlers from Singapore. Penang Selangor and Perak will play In about 2,200 games over nve days

Woman claims: I am director's Widow No. Two [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woman claims: I am director's Widow No. Two SINGAPORE. Wed.— A mother of two young girls told the High Court today how she became the "second wife" of Lo Wei. managing director of the People's Insurance Co., who died intestate here seven years later. Madam Goh Joo Hong, of Hospital

Flood relief committee [ARTICLE]

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Flood relief committee PENANG. Wed.— At a preliminary meeting at Umno Hall today. convenors of the proposed East Coast Flood Victims Relief Committee decided to cull another meeting on Saturday. The proposed committee will -•nve to raise funds to help the flood victim* In Treruntanu «nd Kelantan. The Asst. Btate

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35 airliners diverted because of London fog [ARTICLE]

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35 airliners diverted because of London fog LONDON. Wed. Two thousand air travellers bound for London found themselves In Manchester yesterday when 35 airliners were diverted there because of fog. One of the diverted passenftero vas the Prime Minister of Nigeria, sir AbdbakHr Tafawa Balewa. arMng for talks with Mr.

Oman: UN call to Britain [ARTICLE]

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Oman: UN call to Britain UNITED NATIONS, Wed.— The 3eneral Assembly's Trusteeship Committee called yesterday for he immediate elimination oi British domination in any form rom the Persian Gulf territory of )man. Britain was also requested to sease all repressive actions, to withdraw her troops, release peo>le held on political

US$57 mil. credits for shaky Yugoslav economy [ARTICLE]

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US$57 mil. credits for shaky Yugoslav economy BELGRADE, Wednesday. fHE United States announced here yesterday US$57 million in new credit grants to help the Yugoslav economy. The American Ambassador. Mr. C. Burke Elbrick, made the announcement to the Yugoslav Government and expressed U.S. understanding of the aims of the country's

BRITAIN, IRELAND SIGN A TRADE PACT [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN, IRELAND SIGN A TRADE PACT I ONDON. Wed. Bri- j tain and Ireland last night signed a pact vir- j tually sweeping away the trade barrier which had cut off the Irish Republic from the United Kingdom since Ireland was partitioned in 1921. Ministers of both governments regard It

Space ship tests in the Pacific [ARTICLE]

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Space ship tests in the Pacific MOSCOW. Wed. Russ a win try out landing equipment (or space ships In tests in the Pacific during the next six months, it was announced here The news agency Tags earned foreign aircraft and shipping to keep out of the test area from tomorrow

The toy that wasn't: Boy kills brother [ARTICLE]

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The toy that wasn't: Boy kills brother PHILADELPHIA. Wed A five-.vear-old boy killed his yuunger brother on Monday with a run he thought was the toy pistol Santa Claus was going to give him for Christmas. Police said Bobby Mebans found a fully loaded 38-caliber revolver In a bureau drawer

'Worthless' Scottish pounds: An MP's plea [ARTICLE]

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'Worthless' Scottish pounds: An MP's plea LONDON. Wed. The Scottish pound, as distinct from the pound sterling, is having a hard time making its way in the world, a Scottish Member of Par 1 i a ment lamented yesterday. Scottish pounds, when presented in the English cities of Manchester and

Britain's adverse trade gap reduced by half [ARTICLE]

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Britain's adverse trade gap reduced by half I ONDON. Wed. Bri- tain has nearly halved her adverse overseas trade gap this year by Increasing exports while keeping imports fairly steady, the Government reported yesterday. During 1964. the deficit was running at the rate of £45 million a month. This year,

Five years for a pinch [ARTICLE]

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Five years for a pinch NAPLES. Wed. A 11 "small pinch" will cost 52-year-old G c n n a r o Abatiello five years in prison. Abatiello. father of several children, was found guilty of committing an "obscene act" in pinching a young Greek student an she walked down the

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Avoid embarrassing gifts [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Avoid embarrassing gifts Follow a Queen's lead lyill'N it cornea lo Clnislmus shopping Queen Elizabeth II nuiy be llic most privileged of all women. Or then again, she may not depending on the point of view. Margaret Saville reporting from London says that if the Queen has a secret yen

HELP YOUR CHILD TO BECOME AN ACTIVE STUDENT [ARTICLE]

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HELP YOUR CHILD TO BECOME AN ACTIVE STUDENT ONE way to help the school child to be a better and more active student is to guide him in establishing a nutritionally .sound eating pattern The pattern is Important because the snack habit has joined the the traditional three meals a

The Shrimp Look [ARTICLE]

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The Shrimp Look Do you know what's the Shrimp Look? It's the craze that is catching on among the fashion show models overseas and followed by those who want to look different. The Shrimp look started after leading London model .lean Shrimpton wore the shift dress with a hemline well

Cookery expert at 19, Zubaidah shows her skill [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cookery expert at 19, Zubaidah shows her skill AT an lnloriual meeting ol the Methodist Girls' School Alumini Association. Singapore. 19--.year-old Zubaidah Hussein demonstrated two Malay dishes. Miss Hussein, who ha.s u^t completed her course at the Teachers Training College, flnd.cooking an interesting hobby She learned the art of cooking

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Straits tin price is down by nearly $5 [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price is down by nearly $5 rl Straits tin price fell by Ms; per pu ul yesterday in $681.3? i on an ofTrring estimated down 10 tons to 225 tons. The 3 months forward buyers price in London on Tuesday afternoon was down by £12 per ton so

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS Dec. 1&. Three months. INDUSTRIALS i'.o>i?'p-to il eta. McAiKt.-r j eu. C.B. Holding" t.tcts.M. Invent, m eta. l> inlorw i.i eta. N. Iron 8 eta K. Smelters Jii eta.J.C.B.C. 14 eta >:*»o 12 <ts f.o'hm-inti II eta Kid. dihii Ii eta. Koi>in»un in v t N l» el

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES 'PHI MmMOT ul Banks in Mr 1 Mi lilitdi th.-M> WiHnKm ID its rate* to tiu ri iiilb yesterday (all rates to »1IX)> Canjrtj 'njyinK TT 35 7/16, airmail OD Ii h 90 d/st. 30 1/16 credit bills, .id I 8 trade lillU. tilling T or OD ready:

EXTREMELY QUIET TRADING AGAIN ON STOCK MARKET [ARTICLE]

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EXTREMELY QUIET TRADING AGAIN ON STOCK MARKET Prom Our Market Correspondent 'pill Stock Exchange was 1 extremely quiet yesterday with a reduced turnover of 250,625 shares and any favourable influence on it. which might have stemmed from the generally agreeable budget announced in Singapore, can now be said to have

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stork Indirrs Deo. 13. Uei\ 14. 'Industrials: 81.90 81.70 Tins: 100.13 100.35 rubbrrs: 105.05 104.69 •Dec. 30. 1963 100. Dec. 29. 1962 100.

STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA gl SINKSS in ii. rl reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Stork Exchange yesterday with the number of shaies traded in brackets: INDUSTRIALS: BousUad (3,000) 11.64: Ounlop* (1.00O) »1.73. (1.000) 51. 76: Cats orrti. (2.000) M.'.'i. 14,000) *1 l»3 Fad. Olap.

GAZETTED PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTED PRICES j-lli MalataD Minister ol Finance has lixed these price- for ralculating riutoms duties for the period from Uec. 16 to Dec. VI. KiiMmt 6»; cte a lb. opm MM a ton. i mount Oil $866 a ton. Palm Oil $718.25 a ton. Palm Kernels $436.35 a ton. The

DOLLAR RATES [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR RATES •pill pn-M-nt rate of thr Malayan 1 dollar against the pound sterling fixrd on November 24 last year Is solUnt; T.T. or OD. 2s. 3 15 16d. Buying T.T. 2a. 4 116 d. Bayinf O.I), k, ll The dollar Is at its statutory middle position in relation to

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JAM \H\ Hr-t Krade rubber f.o.b. buyers closed at .*> p.m in Sin^aporr and Koala l.unipur >estf-rda> it 692 cents per 11. down ii'u- i i_im ii ,ii a miii on Tuesday's < losing W-u-l lor thr [M>-iticii. Die tone was i|imi after •iliKhtly cjM.r I! \S. in.l

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Dec.l.V MALAYAN Xl KIM K PRICK: ti!i; cents (down one-eighth of a cent). TIN: SiiHl.:;: 1 (down 54.87 A). I niilTici.il estimated ofTeriiii; 225 tons (down 10 tons).

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Wed. INDUSTRIALS were firmer, and ACI was highlighted with a Jump of Is. 6d. to 565. 6d. Mycr SA was active and steady at 41s. 9d. Base metals were firmer with BH South featured in active trading to this years high of 28s. before closing ai 275.

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DEATH [OBITUARY + ILLUSTRATION]

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DEATH YAP ANN PIOW MR. YAP ANN PIOW (father of Michael Yap Eng Thong) passed away peacefully on 14/12 65. Ajfed 60. Survived by sons. 4 daughters. 7 gr.tnoYhililrrn 1 son-in-law and 2 daughters-in-law. Cortege leaves 84 Peck Scan St.. on 19/12 65 at 1 p.m.

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KUALA KAMPAR TIN FIELDS LIMITED < apltal Re-organisation sii.ee the available cash resources i <>t iii<> Company rue in excess of rxptried future requirements, it is (imposed shortly to seek the ap- I pruval of Stockholders to a reduc;ion in the Company's K-ued Capital by the repayment of 4b.-od. per

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IN THK MATTKR OF THK COMPWIKs ORDINANCE ii \r 1 1 it 174) AND IN THE MATTER OF THE LIFE PRESS LIMITED •In Voluntary Liquidation) At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the members ol the abovenamed Company duly convened and hslti at No. 17-B. Upper Circular Road. Singapore on Saturday,

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The slowest gun in the East... [ARTICLE]

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The slowest gun in the East... F. EMMANUEL By I/UALA LUMPUR. Wed. Malaysia s bid to win the first .shooting gold in the Third Seap Games today MISFIRED when Joseph K.L. Chong"s pistol failed to go off for one of the six precision shots in the centre flre 25 metres

World record! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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World record! UM KEE CHAnH lV KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. AND HATTRICK BY LIFTER CHAIYA THIRTY-YEAR-OLD Chaiya Sukchinda of Thailand smashed the world flyweight record of 264»-lb held by a Russian for the clean and jerk when he scored the first weightlifting gold medal in the Third Seap Games at the

Nearly a false start for cyclists [ARTICLE]

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Nearly a false start for cyclists M. RAHMAN By I/UALA LLMPLK Wed— The 1 lx iir.M ejrcUnt event In fiie Third Stup Ui<mt\s. won h? tevmritM ThmlitMd. had to •>• MHt) po.sti)oned ;is loreixn MHHMI^n refused to let their cyrlist.s go on the publ r road with normal traffic going

Malaysia, S'pore out of team tennis [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia, S'pore out of team tennis J. MIRAMIA ly I^UALA LUMPUR. "■Wed. Malaysia and Singapore were knocked out of the menfs team event in the Seap Games lawn tennis tournament today by Thailand and Laos respectively. The host country bowed out after losing three of the five matches to Thailand

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Golden Day for Malaysia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Golden Day for Malaysia NORMAN SIEBEL and E. FRIDA SINGAPORE'S MANE IS FIRST GOLD MEDALLIST OF THE GAMES— BUT IT 15... By KDAI A LUMPUR. Wed After Singapore had earned the early distinction of winning the first two gold medals of the. Third Seap Games in the track and field

Badminton bronzes for S'pore teams [ARTICLE]

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Badminton bronzes for S'pore teams 8 1 LEE FOO SAW I/LALA LUMPUR, Wed. Singapore won the bronze medal In the men's team event of the Seap Games badminton tournament tonight beating Laos ML Singapore also took the bronze in the women's team event nen Burma conceded a walkovei to Thailand

SUBRAMANIAM STARTS THE SWEEP IN 800 m AND JEGA ROUNDS OFF WITH 100 m WIN [ARTICLE]

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SUBRAMANIAM STARTS THE SWEEP IN 800 m AND JEGA ROUNDS OFF WITH 100 m WIN be much more of her in the next two days. She will repreaent Singapore in the shot putt and pentathlon and also try to make an appearance or two with the basketball team. Burma now

England avert defeat after follow-on [ARTICLE]

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England avert defeat after follow-on BRISBANE. Wed After England had followed on 163 runs behind, the First Test against Australia ended in the inevitable draw on the final day here today Scores: Australia 443-6 dec.. England 280 and 186-3. Geoff Boycott, who hit 45 in the first Innings, had another

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&?3 Seap diary ATHLETICS 8 p.m. -S. Vietnam v Slnga(Merdeka Stadium) pore. 9-30 a.m. decathlon 100 m: tc-w-ic 9.4S javelin flnal; lt.M ,Srlan,or 'riuhf 1 500 m heats; 10.20 decathlon (Netangor tlubi long jump: 10.30 400 m heals: 9.30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Men's 11.00 women's 800 m heau: team

GOLD TALLY [ARTICLE]

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GOLD TALLY The medals position at the end of the first day* competition ((old, silver and bronze) Malaysia 7—10—5 Sinjapore 7 17 Thailand S 1 6 Burma Z—4 S Cambodia S— 3— 4 Vietnam t Lao*

THE FIRST GOLD TO S'PORE'S MANE [ARTICLE]

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THE FIRST GOLD TO S'PORE'S MANE 1/TALA LUMPUR. Wed. Singapore hammer IV thrower Eknath Mane won the first gold medal of the Third Seap Games here at 10.52 this morning He hurled the hammer 42.02 metres "the best throw I have ever made" he said for his first international success.

Swim 'golds' for Tan and Pat All the results [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Swim 'golds' for Tan and Pat All the results JOE OORAI and M. RAHMAN 13 THUAN HENG'S BRILLIANT DOUBLE IS HIGHLIGHT gINGAPORE dominated the first day of the four-day Seap Games swimming championships, winning four golds, two silver and two bronze medals at the Weld Road Pool tonight. Highlight of

THAIS BOOK A PLACE IN SOCCER FINALS [ARTICLE]

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THAIS BOOK A PLACE IN SOCCER FINALS r NORMAN SIEBEL KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. Thailand booked themselves a place in the championship round of the Seap Oames football tournament with a 2-1 victory over South Vietnam tonight. Although Vietnam scored first, Thailand always looked the better team and were right on

Malaysia's good start [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia's good start KUALA LUMPUR Wed. Malaysian men and women made a tine start in the Seap Games basketball tournament at the Stadium Negara here this morning. in the opening match, the Malaysian women routed Singapore 67-16 while the men beat their Singapore rtMk «l-« 2 The Malaysian men had

Last night's late events. [ARTICLE]

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Last night's late events. I !**> iiWWrfTHi» BADMINTON MnavsiA raised thrlr goK total to *w(tht v.i.ii. -hey b«it Thallnno. 3-3 in Birimuy 'ton men's tram final. Thailand bt Malaysia t-3 Vor woman's team gold. baskkthai.i. Hmwii: rhallanrt b» Atr«f»por* 60-31 Bovrvo rl* weight qnartrr finals; Kya* Aye (Bur. i bt

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS CABLE RECEIVED from Trlvtar drum Yaliavrli Mr Law John U>p«z father of L.. J. la>\<h P.W I> Temcrloh and daughter 1 1 1 n Lxipez XL. pas»«l aw.iv on M i MR. R AHIOKIASAMVPILLAT. h»lowd fnthfr of Johi. Dopt and Dro pan.ird awaj paaeafnll] Baiu at 4 m. on

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