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The Straits Times, 17 December 1965

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 Mat**"* The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1965 15 CENTS KDN 1189 M.C.(P). 1003

Tin pact: We're out [ARTICLE]

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Tin pact: We're out ANOTHER GOLDEN* DAY FOR MALAYSIA AND SINGAPORE-SEE PAGE 22 Tengku: We are world's biggest producer and we must look after our own interests KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs |y|ALAYSI A The world's largest tin producing country-is to stay out of the third international tin agreement, due to come

Formosan goods popular [ARTICLE]

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Formosan goods popular TAIPEH. Tlmr.s. Malagasy and M.iuiii.us in Africa arc excellent markets lor Formosa's /oods. uceoidlm io Mr. Waag Kung-chi. tonner N.iti'.iuili. t Chinese Ambavsidor :o MsJaajMjr. Mr. Yang -met Formosa good* "•■it hmhl.N rompe'iuve in the Malagasy navtoi ooth In quality and ijric*. rrai.ci ;md PommunM V'.iin;: Mi

Seamen strike [ARTICLE]

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Seamen strike TOKYO, Thur.x. The 134.000 member All-Japan Seamen's Union today Instructed iocal branches to st ige a third pay claims strike lo>.- a week from midnight Saturday, tying up nearly 2.400 ships at 55 ports. Two previous strikes lasted 20 days.— Reuter

Prison volunteers [ARTICLE]

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Prison volunteers NEW DELHI. Thurs— A Government ot.'icul told Parliament a number of lonp-ierm prisoners volunteered 'o join the Indian Army during thr fi?htin«[ with Pakistan !ast Septtmoer. The Government. ho\-.e\ei. decided ti was undesiraole to enlUt the men. AP

MAUGHAM DIES [ARTICLE]

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MAUGHAM DIES J^ICE, Thurs. Somerset M;iuglunii. one of the world's great story -Idlers, died in his Riviera villa near here lod;n at linage of 91. He had been in a coma since Fri day. (See Pages 3 and 12).

Salesman's plea rejected [ARTICLE]

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Salesman's plea rejected MOSCOW I nun- A Soviet roun here '©day r. lecied an appeal j.v Mr. Nencorr.b Mott. a young Amerrmn bock ftalrsman. ricain.'t his 8-month sentence lor Illegal entry into the Soviet Union. Mr. Moil. 27 rrom Sheffield. Maixachusetu. sentenced last month by a court in Murmansk northern

Gemini 6 back in perfect splashdown [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gemini 6 back in perfect splashdown HOUSTON. (Texas)", Thursday. QEMINI 6 astronauts Walter Schirra and Thomas Stafford splashed safely into the Atlantic tonight after their historic rendezvous flight with Gemini 7 a space success that gripped the world. The splashdown. 12 miles west of the main recovery ship, the aircraft

Parliament twice adjourned: No quorum [ARTICLE]

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Parliament twice adjourned: No quorum KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. The Speaker twice ordered the division bell to be rung in the House of Representatives today for lack of a quorum. The first occasion was a few minutes before the House adjourned for 15 minutes at 6 p.m. Inche Abu Bakar Hamzah

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that LONDON. Thur.v TIM 53.000 if>n British oil tanker Es.so London was held up for two hours off the coast near St. Ives ycst«-rday because one of her crew sneezed. Seaman John Mitchell, 19. sneezed, coughed, sneezed again- and dislocated his Jaw. The tanker, bound for Milford Haven.

Tengku hails 'change of heart'— [ARTICLE]

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Tengku hails 'change of heart' KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Tengku Abdul Rahman today spoke of a "change of heart" among Singapore leaders who not so long ago were "drifting away" from the "separation agreement." Because of this "drift." he said, the Malaysian Government had not named its officials to the joint

Subandrio loses another job [ARTICLE]

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Subandrio loses another job JAKARTA, Thursday. pOHKIdX Minister. Dr. Subnndrio. was relieved of another important fob following a major shake-up in Indonesia's overlapping intelligence services. Army Commander. MajOen. Suharto, told newsmen the controversial central Intelligence Body iBPI) would bo taken away from Dr. Subandrio and incorporated In a new "National

Karachi slaps quarantine [ARTICLE]

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Karachi slaps quarantine KARACHI Ihurv The P.ilcist*n Oo\prnm nt ionoiinrrd today it had impo«->d quarantine r**-. moms agnitiM pcoplr entering the country troni Iteming. Hip anno<i:i<-fßifnr said .irri•■•l from Malaysia would hay* U» in pos-rssioi: r>i \«iid cert I- i flciiM of inxuiation against cho]«•».—R«ut*r.

Marcos: My best vote getter [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Marcos: My best vote getter MANILA. Thurs President -elect Ferdinand E. Marcos has credited his beautiful wife < above) with being a big factor in his Nov. 9 victory over incumbent President Diosdado Macapagal. Mr. Marcos, in a magazine interview published here today, said his wile, Imelda, 35. campaigned harder

Ghana breaks ties with Britain [ARTICLE]

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Ghana breaks ties with Britain 4CCRA. Thurs Ghana today broke off diplomatic relations with Britain over the Rhodesia crisis. Ghana's President. Or Nkrumah. announced the move to the National Assembly. In Bangui. President. David Dacko of the Central African Republic said la t night nil country was nut breaking on

STOP PRESS ANOTHER BUEAK [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS ANOTHER BUEAK NOIAKCHOTT (Maurr tania). Thurs. Frenchspeaking West Afri< nation of Muuretania to > day broke diplomatic rt I Utions with Britain avM 1 Rhodesia < risi,. Router

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Business as usual—by order [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Business as usual— by order Buying spree after that 'revaluation of rupiah 1 order in Jakarta JAKARTA. Thursday MANY shops here refused to open for business immediately after the Govern iiumH announced on Tuesday that new rupiahs would be introduced to replace the country's inflated currency at the rate of

Three coup leaders shot dead [ARTICLE]

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Three coup leaders shot dead JAKARTA, Thurs. The Indonesian Army commander, Maj.- Gen. Suharto, announced yesterday that three senior military officers involved in the abortive Oct. 1 coup were shot dead in a clash with Government forces near Mount Merapi in Cen- I tral Java on Tuesday. He said they

Goldie makes second freedom bid [ARTICLE]

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Goldie makes second freedom bid lONDON. Thurs. Goldie the Golden Eagle has clone it aga:n. He roomed from his cage in Urn London Zoo yesterday as his keeper was leaving. Moments later, he VM stretchin; his six-foot wing span in nearby Regent s Park a favourite spo' for Go'.dir. where

14 miners killed by rock burst [ARTICLE]

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14 miners killed by rock burst WELKOM <South African Thurs. Fourteen African miners were crushed to death and six others injured in a rock burst at Virginia Gold Mine near here Mr. A. L. A. Porder. the mine manager, said the accident occurred as the mine was approaching lta two

Rice for Indonesia [ARTICLE]

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Rice for Indonesia JAKARTA. Thurs. Infto:ie."m «ill import rice from Communiv China, Burma and Pakistan the Third Deputy Prime Miniater Dr Crmerul Saleh. said yesterday. Reuter.

Indonesian Navy gets new Soviet missiles [ARTICLE]

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Indonesian Navy gets new Soviet missiles JAKARTA. Thurs. J The Indonesian Navy is now equipped wi t n surface-to-sur-face guided missiles from the Soviet Union. Reliable sources .said today the mi.sstle.s were put on display tor the flr>t Unit at a recent navy parade. Meanwhile, the official Antara news agency

Crash kills 14 [ARTICLE]

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Crash kills 14 RANGOON i:. Fouriern jeople ucre killed ;«nd 13 o'.hrrs njuird when v bu; plunged into i ravine 10 irnic- from La.^hio o\> n In Burma.-- northern Shaa State yesterday. -C P.I.

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Power plant raid—new chapter in Vietnam war [ARTICLE]

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Power plant raid new chapter in Vietnam war CAIGON. Than. -AD American air raid on a power plant in the Haiphong area yesterday opened a new chapter in the war against North Vietnam. Thr ilnUg| nam laclwta an attempt to t-ripplr ilw Hanoi reg.me's industrial capability. North Vietnam's main iwrt

Tribal war deaths [ARTICLE]

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Tribal war deaths KAMPALA. Thurs. .Some 33 tribesmen have died in inter- tribal nnhtinu in the Karamuia i district of north-east Uganda, reports reaching here said.— UPl. i

Mao 'will have N-weapons stockpile by 1967' [ARTICLE]

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Mao 'will have N-weapons stockpile by 1967' PARIS, Thursday. THF U.S. Defence Secretary, Mr. Robert McNamara, said yesterday that the Chinese Communists would have a stockpile of efficient nuclear weapons within two years. These would be medium-range ballistic missiles, he said. Hr told Minister! of the North Atlantic Treaty Allianee(Nato)

BRITAIN IS URGED TO MAINTAIN FAR EAST POSTURE [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN IS URGED TO MAINTAIN FAR EAST POSTURE OARIS. Thurs. The j United States has urged Britain to maintain her military posture in the Far East during the Vietnam emergency, even if she has to curtail commitments elsewhere, including Europe. Diplomatic sources say that American view has been communicated to

First atom-smasher is now a museum piece [ARTICLE]

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First atom-smasher is now a museum piece NE W YORK. Thurs. With champagne toasts, physicists consigned the first atomsmasher used in America to join such relics of progress as the Wright brothers' airplane at the Smithsonian In s t itute yesterday. It took only 27 years for the Columbia I'niversity

Maugham dies [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Maugham dies The beauty of life it nothing but this, that •ach ihould act in conformity with his n -> turt and hi* butincti. the last sentence tn Somerset Maugham s autobiographical '•The Summing Up! VICE (France), 4 Thurs. Somerset Maugham, one of the great story tellers of the century,

Lucky escape as jet cuts through homes [ARTICLE]

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Lucky escape as jet cuts through homes TAMPA r Florida' iiiun-.— An Mr Forct fisii'ri JK. unable to Mtatert tttudi on iKeoff. cut i path oi v.vc md dMtruction luo'.;i?h sm.ill trroup oi hom^f hut no one on the rrour.fi mv kttkti Four houses Hiitl half a dozen an Kir:

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Alexandra celebrates anniversary [ARTICLE]

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Alexandra celebrates anniversary SINGAPORE, Thurs. The Alexandra community centre will celebrate its 13th anniversary with a children's party, an exhibition of handi- I craft.-, and a dinner this I weekend. The party will be held at the centre in Prince Philip Avenue on Saturday from 7.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

More cholera suspects [ARTICLE]

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More cholera suspects KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Five more cholera suspects have been admitted to the Muar hospital, bringing the total of suspected cases to six. About 250 people have already been innoculated. Kuala Lumpur is itill a cholera infected area, although no further cases have been reported apart from the

LONDON STOCKS. RUBBER and TIN [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS. RUBBER and TIN LONDON, Thuii— Shell transport and trading .ed oil issues WgtMT in a gcnei-illy dull stock market here today. Glosin; middle prices of selected nocks not, including stamp duty w ere OIL 1 1 I :onsoi 2.- £38; ftmdtaf 4% £XXXXX0 -3/16 ,Var 3'.'o £53 1/16

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON. Thurs.— Spot 20Jd.. Jan. 20 11/16 d.. Fteb. 20 13. Hid.. March 20 15/16 d.. Jan. March 20 13 Kid.. April /June 2) id.. July/ Sept. 215/16 d.. Oct./ Dec. 21 S/16d. Jan. /March 21 l/16d.. April/June 21 1 16 a.. July/Sept. 21 1 16(1.. e.i.f. Dec. deleted

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON. Thurs.— Buyers £1390 (-^£2o). sell-rs £1395 <^£22.>. Forward buyers £1367 < £22). sellers £1368 < £22). Settlement £138"!. (^£l2}>. Turnover a.m. 16 j tons. p.m. 50 tons. Tone: Pii-mer.

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Assemblyman complains: I was treated like any other person [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Assemblyman complains: I was treated like any other person IPOH. Thurs. An 1 Alliance backbencher complained in the State Assembly today that ho did not vu r et preferential treatment when he took his wife for admission to Batu Gajah district hospital. "As a result of either a mlsunrt rstandlng

Malay Council forum [ARTICLE]

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Malay Council forum KUAXA LUMPUR. Thura.— The Malay Education Council will hold a publ c forum on "The Real Educational Problems of the Malays" at the Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka on Dec. 21 at 8 p.m. The panel will consist of the Mentri Besar of Kelantan, Daro Mohamed Asri b

Let's be more selfreliant, says Ong [ARTICLE]

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Let's be more selfreliant, says Ong From G. GELDARD: Kuching, Thursday OPPOSITION members in Sarawak's Council Negri today urged the Government to adopt policies aimed at making Sarawak more self-reliant. During a lengthy debate on the Budget, the leader of the Opposition, Mr. Ong Kee Hui (SUPP) said it was

Joget and Twist [ARTICLE]

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Joget and Twist PENANO. Than.— The Kebun Lama Youth Club will hold a Jogei and Twist contest in the Patuiii Held community hall on Saturday nieht in conjunction with rs ani.u.l MKial and dance. Proreeris will go to the club"s welfare fund

8250,000 mosque [ARTICLE]

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8250,000 mosque KLANTAN. Thurs.— The Suita.. ot Pahang -Mil open a ';250--00u mosque »i Jermtut. 54 mliei tram here tomorrow.

18 MONTHS' JAIL FOR CHEQUE FORGERY [ARTICLE]

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18 MONTHS' JAIL FOR CHEQUE FORGERY SINGAPORE, Thurs.— Brian Steven Mat hews. 24. who pleaded guilty to si* eoonti of forgery, was today sentenced to 18 months' jail on each count by the First Criminal District Court. The sentences are to run i concurrently. Mathews admitted forg- j Ing six

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GERMAN BOOK EXHIBITION DECEMBER 14th to 20th. 1965 at DEWAN BAHASA DAN PUSTAKA FREE: Admission. Catalogue Grimm's Fairy Tales Open Daily from 4 p.m to 8 p.m. (Saturday tfom 12 am to 7 pm and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Lectures (with colour slides) and Filmshows: Tuesday to

SINGAPORE PARLIAMENT

'One bang for extra hour' trick on parking meters [ARTICLE]

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'One bang for extra hour' trick on parking meters KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Place 10 cents in the slot of a parking meter and you get an hour's parking. But Insert 10 cents and bang the meter head and you get two hours. Many motorists have learnt this and that is

Hasluck coming on Sunday [ARTICLE]

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Hasluck coming on Sunday KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs— The Australian Minister of External Ailairs. Mr. Paul Hasluclc. will arrive here on Sunday [or a two-day \isit. He trill call on the Primr Mm- Isler. Tengku Abdul Rahman, on i Sunday afternoon.

Jek: Economic blockade would help Red takeover [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jek: Economic blockade would help Red takeover By Our Parliamentary Reporter* j SINGAPORE, Thurs SINGAPORE'S La- bour Minister, Mr. Jek Yeun Thong, i warned in Parliament today that an economic blocade of Singapore by Malaysia would load to a Communist takeover in the island nation, and thereby endanger tho security

Student bound over for using force [ARTICLE]

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Student bound over for using force SINGAPORE, Thurs. A Polytechnic engineering stud ent. Lim Seah Chew 19. was today bound over to be of good behaviour for six months in a sum of S2OO for using criminal force on a 23--year old housewife last Sunday. Lim pleaded guilty yesterday before

$2.1 m RAF radio link [ARTICLE]

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$2.1 m RAF radio link LONDON. Thurv Britain laM awarded a KtMJtfl iSM million) contract tn tin- .M.irmni onip.uo to build a radio >\>tem in Malaysia, the Ministry of Aviation said today. The radio m stern Mill link Kn>.i| Air Force stations in Singapore arid Pinani;. \.p

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Victory 'lift' for two girls [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Victory 'lift' for two girls 1 QVERJOYED with his success, Burmese weightlifter, Chit Mya, gives a ''lift to two Malaysian girls. Che Mah Ibrahim (left) and Miss Yee Yoke Mooi, at the Chinese Assembly Hall, Kuala Lumpur. Chit Mya, 20. won the featherweight gold medal in the SEAP Games with

Training plan for Sarawak, Sabah officials [ARTICLE]

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Training plan for Sarawak, Sabah officials JESSELTON. Thurs. Several administrative officers from Sabah and Sarawak will be sent to Malaya In the New Year to gain more experience. They will be attached to «m--rious Ministries for between one and two rears. In their absence, Malayan officers will be sent to

5 new board members [ARTICLE]

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5 new board members KANGAR. rhurs.— The PerUs State Government hus appointed live new members to sit, on th» State Malay Educational Fund Board which was approved by the Statt Assembly recently. They are Inche Mansor Osman. chairman of the Kangar Town Council; Inche Ahmad Num. a 'stiitf Executive Councillor:

Telecom men for U.K. course [ARTICLE]

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Telecom men for U.K. course KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs— Mr K. Kaj,iMiH:nni and Mr. Nah 800, I Eng. both of the TetecommunicaI tions Department, left here todi." for a nine-month microwave I technique course In Britain. They will receive training at th» British Post Office and at various firms, under the

Wins honours in Perth [ARTICLE]

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Wins honours in Perth PERTH. Thurs. A TV.p:ng student Ooh Ah Keai. recently mumil i law upi)i-r tv>Doun In chemUtij hr Wesi.t': Auttr ;i Onto M c; :i '-M hM ;ij>o been 1 a« trdr-d a grant to further his I vfanta chemistry «t

Turf Club to give $243,625 to S'pore charities [ARTICLE]

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Turf Club to give $243,625 to S'pore charities CINGAPORE, Thurs. The chairman of the Singapore Turf Club. Dato Runme Shaw, will present cheques totaling $243.--625 on behalf of the club, to representatives of various charities on Tuesday. The presentation ceremony will be held In the club's office on the first

Umno youth contest [ARTICLE]

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Umno youth contest TANGKAK. Thurs.—The Umno youth section here will hold a "Benanji" (religious song) readIng competition tomorrow at Umno House. The winner will represent the district ai a Btate level contest.

Malaysia to train more Saigon police officers [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia to train more Saigon police officers RIALA 11 Mr ML Thurs. The Malaysian Government has agreed to train more South Vietnamese police officers from next year here. The Director-General of the National Police of South Vietnam, Colonel Pham Van Lieu, said this on his arrival here today. South Vietnam

Envoy presents credentials [ARTICLE]

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Envoy presents credentials BANGKOK. Thurs. Malaysian Ambassador to Thailand, Tengku Neali bin Tengku Sri Akar. preRpnted his credentials to Kins: Bhumlpol at the Grand Palace today. The new Malaysian envo? arrived earlier this month to assume his post. A.P.

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We share your racial harmony: Solomon [ARTICLE]

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We share your racial harmony: Solomon .aid "We wtah t<> maintain clow ii.'- with your country." "We have recognised Sin ■apoce U an independent State, and we have backed Its admission Into the Commonwealth." This afternoon. Dr. Solomon Visited the Housing and Development Board, including Queenstown. and the current session

Boy with guitar leaves his home [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Boy with guitar leaves his home KLAI.A I.IMPIK. Thurs. —Wilson Siharajah. It, (above), took his guitar and left home two weeks ago Today, his father. Mr E. R. A. Joseph, of Jalan Kent Tujong hen- appealed to the Straits Times to help find his son. Mr. Jostpli believes that bis

Pay robbery [ARTICLE]

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Pay robbery sjINUAHORL. Tbun. Haiiin bin Abdullah 01 L.m Tna Tow Road was eycUM home wiih his pay packet ")l S5B last night, when he was robbed by ihrec youni; Chinese armed with icntvei al ■> Uack leading to Upper Paya Lebar Road.

Supermart strike: 36 girl pickets [ARTICLE]

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Supermart strike: 36 girl pickets SINGAPORE, Thursday. THE executive staff of Fitzpatricks Supermarket in Orchard Road, including Europeans today took over business as its 200 workers went on a "Christmas strike" over wage claims. The strikers, including 36 girls, began picketing outside from 8.30 a.m.. when it opened lor ousiness.

Former DPP sworn in as magistrate [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Former DPP sworn in as magistrate SINiiAPOKK. Thuis. The former Deputy Public Prosecutor. Inche Ihrahim bin Burhan. uas today sworn in as a Magistrate by the First Criminal District Judße. Mr. Ku Cheow Chye. Inche Ibrahim, who has also been assistant director of the LeEal Aid. is a law maduatc

RAPID WAY TO FRENCH BY SIGHT AND SOUND [ARTICLE]

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RAPID WAY TO FRENCH BY SIGHT AND SOUND SINGAPORE ii- ni-.v and r.ipicl mi ol teaching the French language tli' »< l -visu >i waj is tn be Introduced in Singapore b Alliance Franchise, a cultural organisation, wh backed by tl; French Government Tia.s Btethod la lo inei Ing public

Che Yusof at tattoo [ARTICLE]

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Che Yusof at tattoo SINOAPOFE. Thurs. The di-Pertuan Negara, 11.1 he tin lahak, <kW attend a military laltoo by tne First Battalion. Singapore Inlant. ment. at its camp in Ulu I on Dec. SI at 7 p.m.

Centre's birthday [ARTICLE]

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Centre's birthday SINGAPORE, lliur.v lho Mo Chu King community centre will celebrate it- :ntii anniversary "n Suturdav at 7 :)0 n.m.

Assn's part> [ARTICLE]

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Assn's part> 31NO VPORE. Thurs. 1 -;<:• Parl I n .1 la annual children Christina loli Peiuidu 3.30 pni 19.

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Call for direct trading with Red nations [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Call for direct trading with Red nations In the quest for funds we must look to East and West'-M.P. By Our Parliamentary Reporters KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. A Government backbencher and an Opposition member today called for direct trading with Communist countries. They made the call during the debate on the

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Conduct of company's lawyer is criticised [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Conduct of company's lawyer is criticised Day Four of the Rahman Talib appeal Reporters Chew Loy Khoon, A. Ramalingam Judge's remarks on 'a witness who was not clear what he was supposed to say' are recalled KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday |)ATO S.P. Seenivasagam today criticised the, conduct of another lawyer. Inche

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TOGETHERNESS... [ARTICLE]

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TOGETHERNESS Pfc.VVMi. Ihurs MafcU itul luium- wmMtm in Sungri Rakiui. I'munn- Wcllrslry. mil launch a ioint golong ro>»n« project to clean the rtMagr mosque and temple, nnd «l«\ir the compounds of hushes The prmci i which will start on 9m '-> is sponsored by the Minm-i Rakau Youth (lull Its

Robbers kill mongrel before escaping [ARTICLE]

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Robbers kill mongrel before escaping DENANG. Thurs. A mongrel was killed early this morning when it chased a gang of five armed robbers. The robbers, armed with a revolver and several dangers, tried to shake '»ri tho dog When it snapped at rhem. they turned on H and slabbed it

Quarters motion rejected [ARTICLE]

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Quarters motion rejected IPOH Thurs -A suggestion by! an Alliance backbencher that quar'.i r- or suitable housing allowunce.s be given to State Executive Council members was rejected by the Perak Government on the i ground that finances did not per- I nut it. The suggestion was made by Inche Yahaya

'Make toddy a national drink' appeal [ARTICLE]

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'Make toddy a national drink' appeal IPOH. Thurs The Perak Government has been asked to open up more toddy shops in the State, especially in the towns, and make toddy a "national drink.' The suggestion was made o.v Inehr Monamed .luniah bin Satir < AllTapali Road' during the debate on

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS M »,..4- tit iMimtmmm, ».ii, UraaUMl I.a* DMatMlaM KUM (•in.* n«iautlT. l>run)mer 1 n mortb aaßaa TIME TOR CIFT* In 'lm< M Bl t| <?(t ptaMaaaj Vei> aai aawi <. ;.t;n Aim I- U Snore WHAT A WONDERFUL «M..»pni-rr. .111.1 iijrf-rii riiod at i Raataarant, »i rar^iir. Kirn. I

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End Of Tin Scheme [ARTICLE]

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End Of Tin Scheme Malay.sia is not going to sign the new international tin ui> rerment. Not to put too fine a point upon it. the cirRHMtMOM have changed so radically since the tin agreement was reached in 19.V1 that the .v.heme would serve no useful pmpose. The government lias

Space Meeting [ARTICLE]

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Space Meeting Yesterday morning's American rendezvous in space quite literally gives new dimensions to man's ability to explore the solar system. The cosmonauts of the past have b*en encapsulated men with very little j control over their ships. Now this is changed. T^ie four men involved in this latest achievei

Trade Mission [ARTICLE]

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Trade Mission The untoward effects of the i measures taken two months ago to create a limited Malaysian common market are j being steadily overcome. The raising of new external tariffs and the removal of inter- j State duties was intended to have the result of persuading l consumers in

Three Bs and British virility [ARTICLE]

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Three Bs and British virility KARL MEYER By j I ONDON How are 1 the three Bs doing In Britain? The trio in question, it should be explained, are not Bach. Beethoven and Brahms, but rather the Bs who. according to a brash new thesis here, have made the British

LETTERS

TV live and well [LETTER]

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TV live and well FOR the SEAP Gnn.es. TV Malaysia has planned for daily actual 'live' or recorded coveraße of the various evonts from about 2.15 to 5 D.m.. and a hall -hour daily report at 9.30 p.m. For the oprnine ceremony on Monday live' coverage was Riven from 5.10

The standard [LETTER]

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The standard TV MALAYSIA'S licence fee of $24 a yejr. says Its director. Mr. Ow Kheng Law. is one of the lowest In the world. So is the standard of its programme. I may add T.S.K. PtUling .I.k.i

That clock [LETTER]

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That clock A FTER all the lu.ss rp- cently about tne Kuala Lumpur International Airport clock. I was diverted to find therr is no clock— .lust a few wires hanging untidily from the celling. As far as I know the airport is the only one In th» world without a

Learning Malay—l7l [ARTICLE]

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Learning Malay— l7l YUNUS MARIS M.A. by University of Malaya VOCABULARY Pfjawai (n> officer: berSARA <vt to retire {from senic«>. PASSIVE* CONSTRUCTION (contd.> Look once a^aln at the follow ing example.*. where KENA Is followed by the baa* of the verb «.l'h the intervention of a Might PAUSE: Dis KFNA

'A teller of tales' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'A teller of tales' PHILIP TOYNBEE MB by The (/or/or turned writer who cured sick romanticism with bitter doses of reality AS a popular writer Somerset Maugham was always something of a freak. Observant. witty, never eschewing cruelty when cruelty was appropriate, he might well have been condemned for "nastiness".

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Out-Blimping the Blimps [ARTICLE]

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Out-Blimping the Blimps XARAYAKAX HITS OUT AT THE 'GET RICH QUICK' ASIAN BOSSES KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday rpHE National Union of Plantation -i- Workers has criticised some of the "get rich quick" variety of Asian estate employers with "16th century ideas" for denying their employees decent wages and working conditions. Its

The chick you eat may make you feminine [ARTICLE]

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The chick you eat may make you feminine Toby Chua B. 1/UALA LUMPUR. "Thurs. Is the chicken's head you usr: for soup reducing your masculinity? If the drug hexofstrol were Implanted in your chickens head le.^ than .-six week.s before you consumed it, there might be a sufficient amount 01

D Bonds: $lOm. sold [ARTICLE]

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D Bonds: $lOm. sold Xl ALA LUMPIR. lliurs. The sales of National Defence Bonds has passed the target of SlO millinn today 24 hours before sales were due to b«> ended. Today. $47,900 worth of bonds were bought by 38 subscribers. This brines the total to S10.080,(>CO received from i..VUi

Roneo to close down operations [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Roneo to close down operations CINGAPORE. Thurs. After dealing in modern office equloment for more than 60 years In this region, the Roneo Company le closing down operations in Singapore and Malaysia at the end of this year. Th<- firm first operated under the name of Roneo Ltd. before It

A Kedah princess gives up her royal status for love [ARTICLE]

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A Kedah princess gives up her royal status for love A LOR STAR, Thurs.— A Kedah princess. Tengku Bisharah binte Almarhom Sultan Badlishah, gave up her royal status last night to marry a commoner, Wan Azaharl bin Wan Mohamed Talb, a Land Office clerk. Tengku Bisharah will, however, continue to

Children's party [ARTICLE]

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Children's party KLUANG. Thurs— The 61 Loulu I Church will hold a children* Christmas party on Saturday in Jal.-n: Omar here.

Released at last: 37 of captured fishermen [ARTICLE]

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Released at last: 37 of captured fishermen MUAR, Thurs.—Thirtyseven Malaysian fishermen have been released by the Indonesian Government over the weekend. The fishermen were kidnapped by Indonesian gunboat* about a year a«o from Suncei Siput. Malacca and Muar. They are now beinc interrogated by Special Branch officers. The fishermen were

Singer wife who missed the gay life [ARTICLE]

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Singer wife who missed the gay life SINGAPORE. Thurs.— Singer Oi Beng Tan had been married for only six months when she found life boring and insipid, the Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Wee Chong Jin. \v;i* told today. Her ruurnallst husband. Lim Hun. said that hi.s marriage failed because his

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TV MALAYSIA CHANNEL 5 Kuala Lumpur I ley"; 7 News in English: 7.10 and I'enang, 6 Ipoh and Ma- Film Magazine "Whale Huntbura, 3 Johore Bahru. 4 Tai- ers"; 7.35 Hollywood Star pine. 7 Batu Pahat, 9 Kluaiig. Theatre "Surprise Parly"; 8.00 News In Mandarin; 8.10 M. 2 Opening and

Airways to raise more capital for expansion [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Airways to raise more capital for expansion SINGAPORE. Thurs. Malay sian and Singapore Governments will be asked to finance part of the cost of Malaysian Airways new development projects by acquiring further shares in the company. The balance will be met by loans from local banks and international finance agencies.

Trinidad Minister to make 4-day visit [ARTICLE]

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Trinidad Minister to make 4-day visit KUALA LUMPUR, Thurs. —Dr. P. V. J. Solomon, the D cp u I I Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, will arrive here on Saturday for a four-day visit to Malaysia. He will be accompanied by Mr. Ha mid Mohamed. First Secretary. High Com-

Malaysia-made buying spree [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia-made buying spree J. FRANCIS SABAH PLANS MISSION From JESSE L T O N. Thurs. About si 0 million worth of Mad e-in-Malaysia goods will be stocked in the new satellite town of Kampong Aye r, early next year if a trade delegation from here is favourably received by manufacturers

Half-way roads: Dato explains [ARTICLE]

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Half-way roads: Dato explains JOHORE BAHRU. Thursday. JOHORE'S road development had to be drastically slashed this year because the original $3 million grant promised by the Central Government was reduced to $1.3 million. This was stated by Dato Chua Sonn Lim. chairman or the Public Works Committee. In the State

$7 mil. plan for beach resort in Johore [ARTICLE]

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$7 mil. plan for beach resort in Johore lOHORE BAHRU. Thurs— The Johore Go\ernment has drawn up a $7 million plan to develop the Lido beach in Johore Bahru Into a holiday resort. It is willing to open negotiations with any private Investor to undertake the project This was stated

Trinity College choir tour [ARTICLE]

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Trinity College choir tour I PENANG. Thurs. Sirißapore** Trinity College male choir win give a Christmas concert at the Penan? Chinese Girls' School her* I ai 8 p.m. tomorrow. The choir is makmp fs first -ever Malaysian-wide tour during which it will give concerts in all »h» I major towns.

Tengku's visit [ARTICLE]

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Tengku's visit JOHORE BAHRU. Thum Teneku Abdul Rahman will visit i Johore Bahru tomorrow to op«n a K.ium Ibu course at the Dv mond Jubilee Hall.

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 3 Wards off a small number— u. «?a°u,s«.'.b«» •*<>"• p h»« is. sSm^N'onoii 'ti™-** ss:° ,r i sas SSsr £v»3«' rewm aa.-r MCKwara weea la louna in for thl» bird (5). 33. Clay found round Rome—* Solution will tx> p«bHahe4 sort like marble (9). tomorrow. 34.

FOREIGN DESK 3

Wilson: We don't differ with African nations on objectives [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Wilson: We don't differ with African nations on objectives YEW YORK. Thuib. The British Prime Minister, Mr. Harold Wilson, said last night that there were no differences between Britain and the African nations about their objectives in the Rhodesian crisis. The differences wore over methods. Speaking to reoorters at the

Just fancy that [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that TOURS (France). Thurs. Fight thousand rhirkens forced a carpo plane to turn round an hour after take-off from hen- ye.sterda>. The chicks, hound for Yugoslavia, qrncratrd ><• nun h hi-. it and carbonic pas that the crew was threatened with suffocation. Huge clouds »f steam ins; vapour

De GAULLE TO WIN WITH 55p.c. FORECAST [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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De GAULLE TO WIN WITH 55p.c. FORECAST PARIS. Thurs— A public opinion poll published hy the newspaper FranceSoir Indicates that President Charles de Gaulle will eet 55 per cent of the vote in the second ballot on Sunday for a second seven-year term as Head of State. A simple majority

Erhard for U.S. [ARTICLE]

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Erhard for U.S. WASHINGTON. Thurs. West, Srrman Chancellor Ludwig Ernard will arrive here on Sunday tor talks with President Johnson.

2,000 die as cyclone hits East Pakistan [ARTICLE]

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2,000 die as cyclone hits East Pakistan ITARACHI. Thurs. Rescue teams today searched along 100 mllfit of the East Pakistan coast after the second major cyclone this year left an estimated 2.000 people dead. The cyclone hit the coast from Chittagonu to Cox's Bazaar, a holiday resort known to Allied

Maca pardons ex-Governor [ARTICLE]

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Maca pardons ex-Governor MANILA. Thurs. Former Gorernor Rafael Lascon. of Negros Occidental Province, who was convicted of murder in 1951 and sentenced to life impr.somr.ent. has been pardoned by President Macapagal. Lacson. now 70 and an Invalid. had served nine years of his sentence. He was convicted of killing Moists

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166 entries for Penang Gold Cup meeting [ARTICLE]

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166 entries for Penang Gold Cup meeting A TOTAL of 166 entries 38 from Class Ithorses, 63 from Class 2, and 65 from Class 4 I has been received for the Penang Turf Clubs 1 Christmas New Year Gold Cup meeting to be run on Dec. 26. 29 and Jan.

SCHEDULE [ARTICLE]

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SCHEDULE IST DAT: Cl. 1 Dlvs. 1 and 3— ii; Cl. 2 Dlvs 1 and 2— 6 f and 7f; Cl. 4 Dlv. I— «^f. 2ND DAY: Cl. 3 Dlv. I— 7f. Dlv. I— 7f and B%f; Cl. 4 Divs. 1, 2 and 3— 54 f, Dlv. 2— «uf. 3RD

Liverpool reach Cup last 8 [ARTICLE]

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Liverpool reach Cup last 8 THE WORLD OF SPORT LONDON. Thursday. pNOLISH First Division leaders Liverpool quali- fled for the quarter-finals of the European Cup- Winners' Cup with a 2-1 away victory over Standard Liege last night. Liverpool won the first Ice 3-1 to go through on a 5-2 aggreciate.

Only 244 for Rally [ARTICLE]

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Only 244 for Rally MONTE CARLO. Thurm. Next months Monte Carlo Rally. I the worlds most glamorous winter motoring test, has accepted only 244 entries compared with over 350 last January, the organisers aunounced yesterday. TYie dramatic slump, which if it goes on. could seriously threaten the rally"s future, can

All-Blues lose at Bangkok [ARTICLE]

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All-Blues lose at Bangkok BANGKOK. Thur».— Penanc's All-Blues ended their three-manli rugger tour of Bangkok by lusinx i to the Thai Navy by 18 point* (two Koals. try and two penalti<s> to 10 (two Roalfi. Tlie visitors won the first match 5-3 against KasPtsart University and drew 8-8 against Bangkok

BIG DEMAND FOR WORLD CUP TICKETS [ARTICLE]

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BIG DEMAND FOR WORLD CUP TICKETS LONDON, Thurs. Demand for ticket* for the World Cup MK-cer finals In England next July has been so freat that sales have already exceeded the C 500.000 mark ulth seven months still to go. Out of a possible ticket sale of 2.400,000. more than

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COMMERCIAL NEWS and VIEWS

Large expansion by steel company [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Large expansion by steel company A WELL- ESTABLISHED Singapore manufacturer of steel and iron products is to further diversity its production as part of its expansion programme in 11)06. Currently the company. Sing Malaya Mesh Company, established in Singapore ten years ago, is turning out a wide range of products

ADHESIVES WILL BE MADE LOCALLY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ADHESIVES WILL BE MADE LOCALLY PREPARATIONS are now well advanced to commence production in Kuala Lumpur of a range of industrial adhesives by Adhesives (Malaysia) Ltd., which was formed recently with an authorised capital of $1 million and is a joint project between Cold Storage (Malaysia) Ltd.. Davis-Fuller Adhesives Pty.

Farmers to get course [ARTICLE]

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Farmers to get course FORTY-ONE farmers from two areas in Province Wellesley will be given a special training course In light tractors maintenance for the first time in Malaysia. The course will be held al the Arabic School al Permaiang Tuaii Samad tomorrow, and at the Farmers' Association in Permatang

NCR man is back from U.S.A. [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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NCR man is back from U.S.A. MR. PETER NAI. senior electronic engineer of The National Cash Register Co., returned to Singapore recently after 7J months advance training with the latest NCR series 500 computer In their head office. Dayton. Ohio. Before rei'irnuig he aid field work helping in NCR series

ICI ENGINEERS RETURN TO CHEMICAL PLANT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ICI ENGINEERS RETURN TO CHEMICAL PLANT MR. WEE MR. LEF TVO members of the executive staff of the Chemical Co. of Malaysia Ltd. Messrs. Wee Tcck Nam (Ml and Lee Ming Tec (25). have returned from 1.C.1. Agricultural Headquarters in Billingham. after a 15--month period of post graduate training. Both

Sales' course [ARTICLE]

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Sales' course Champion Motor; 'Malaya) Ltd. continuing wilh their stafT traming policy, recently held an 11-day full Mmc sales and. technical training course in Kuala Lumpur attendrd by 20 salesmen and su]iervisory staff from their 3 new bram hes in Ipoh. Penang and Alor Star. It has been the company's

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he Retiring? Returning? The Channel Islands ofler you an equable climate, low taxation, no death duties, excellent communications with England and Europe. National Provincial Bank Ltd. provides a full banking and trustee service in all the Islands both for residents and non-residents. Full information will gladly be given by its

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< onllnnr-<1 I rum Pace 111 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Wards US (Mtmlmmm) TNE FAMILY of thr late Madam „im Moon IBMJ thank nil rrlatlvea and .'rlends for thrir condolrnces. prayers, nrndancc. wreaths, scrolls and gifts lurlnji their re.-^nt bereavement MM ANO MRB. K Kasl Of Ipob bask all those who sent congratulatory

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE. Thurs. INDUSTRIALS moved narrowly and steady In dull trading. Most key stocks edged lower. Base metals were firm with new B.H up Is, 6d to 465. 6d. and Ka'^'»"n Investments was up 9d to 19 3. Oils were steady. Todays Honing pneo with Wednesday's in bracket*: tl.

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JANUARY nrst grade rubber I f .oh. buyers cloaed .it S p.m. in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trstrrday at 70 2 cento per Ib. J up flve-ritjhlhn of a cent on Wed- ne^day's closing let-el for the post- tion. The tone was steady quiet. K.A.S. and I MR!

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS Dee t8 Three months INDUSTRIALS •■•-in II --vi. McMlBt«r < ct» CP Holdlnet !.*>«•. M. lovest in <-r«. r..i,.ur^ i.i eta. M Iron s cv. B, Smelters W ottuJ.C.B O 14 eta. -o 12 cv Kutiimnna ll eta. eed Oiro lo eta. Hobionon nt i» r n l»

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Dec. 16. MALAYAN RCBBER PRICE: 70} cents (up five-eighths of a cent). TIN: 5.,7».::> (down $6,621). Inofficial estimated ofTering 210 tons (down 15 tons).

TRADE TALKS FAIL TO END MARKET LETHARGY [ARTICLE]

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TRADE TALKS FAIL TO END MARKET LETHARGY From Our Market Correspondent HOPES of renewed talks between Singapore and Malaysia on the vexed question of economic matters between the two territories, which has raised hopes for better relations in the new year among the business community, was not reflected on the

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Slock Indie, n Dec. 15 Dec. 16. Industrials; X1.70 BLA Tins: Mil.;:.-, 100.17 iulilmts; in 1.69 104.U9 Dec. 30, 1963 10(1. Dec. Ml, 1!»62 100.

STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA DI'SINESS In and reported to the Singanorr and Kuala Lampur tradine rooms of the Stork Exchange yesterday with the number of shares traded in brarketo: INDUSTRIALS: BouMead (1.000) Jl til. (12.000) 51. 65: Duniopt (1.000) 51. 76; E»t« dtb. (10.000) $1. (500) 99 cents: F. and

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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RIVERVIEW RUBBER ESTATES LIMITED Incorporated in the States of Malaya) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Interim Dividend or 1 40 r Income Tk\. 111 respect ol the year ending 31st March. 1"66. will be paid on 24th January. 1!'66. to Stockholders on the Reon 3rd January, 1966. NOTICE IS

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BOUSTEAD COMPANY (1960) LIMITED (Incorporated in the Federation of Malaya). NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the Annual General Meeting of the above-named Company will be held in the Board Room at No. I 1. Ber. ten v. Kuala Lumpur, at 12.00 I noon on 28th January, 1966

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS Applications are Invited from Singapore Citizens not above 25 years of age on 1.1.66. for Colombo Plan Scholarships tenable from 1968 :n the following courses: (A) TECHNICAL CRAFT TEACHERS Hi Welding; iiil Diesel Mechanics A Automotive Diesel; (iiil Machine Shop; (iv) Electronic Technolo{>. (Bl TECHNICAL TKACHERS

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS A Chemical Industry invite applications for the following positions: 1) Electrical Engineer 2) Mecnanical Engineer 3) Chemist 4) Electrica! and Mechanical Technicians. QUALIFICATIONS: for 1 <fc 2. A degree lrom a recognised University or holder of a professional Diploma from a recognised institute of technology. lor 3, A

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENT The Rubber Research Institute I of Malaya invites applications for training as pro->p;ctive Assistant Rubber Instructors In the Small I holders Advisory Service. Candidates must be Federal Citizens between 18 and 25 years old and must have passed the Cambridge Overseas School Certificate examination. Malay candidates must read

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NOTICE i NOTICE PURSUANT TO SECTION 29 OF THE TRUSTEES ORDINANCE (Chapter 34) NOTICE Is hereby given that any person having any claim or interest In the estate of Ooh Cheng San late of No. 14 Hoot Klair. Road, Singapore, who died on the 28th day of March 1963 at

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TENDERS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BOARD Tenders are Invited for the supply durins 1966 of: (a) 24.9 M screw cap electric lamp bulbs i P.'arl. of 250 volts 25 watts (b) 9.< WO pieces of 48" flourescent tube; (Bvite Daylight) of 250 volts 40 w^lti (c> 900 pieces of 24"' fluorescent tubes

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Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch -- Relieves Pain [ARTICLE]

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Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch Relieves Pain Ixtndnn .Spenal) For the Irst tin,' science h;us found a new healing substance with t.he astonishing ability to shrink haemorrhoids, stop itchlnvc and relieve pain without *'ireery. In MM filter a-r while gently and promptly relieving pain, actual reduction

Nashatar sets new peak for javelin [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Nashatar sets new peak for javelin NORMAN SIEBEL and E. FRIDA By Xl ALA LUMPUR, Thurs. Malaysia kept strongly ahead in their domination of athletics with five more gold medal successes, which included three Asian best performances and all new Seap records, on the second day of the Third Seap

Silver for Joo Pong [ARTICLE]

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Silver for Joo Pong M. RAHMAN Byl KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs Tan Thol of Crfmb'Kiia won the I,ooom individual road time trial cycling sold medal at Princes Road this morninc. Malaysian schoolboy Nc Joo Poni? gained the silver medai and Plrote Roonctonki of Thailand took the bronze. Another Malaysian. eteran Ham/ah

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Howe Liang wins after tough fight [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Howe Liang wins after tough fight LIM KEE CHAN j By Rl ALA LDMPUE, Thursday. 4 S EXPECTED, Tan Howe Liang of Singapure won the gold medal in the lightweight division of the Scap (iumes weightlifting competition today but only after a terrific struggle with Burma's Htain Win. Howe Liang's

S. VIETNAM TO MEET THAILAND IN TENNIS FINAL [ARTICLE]

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S. VIETNAM TO MEET THAILAND IN TENNIS FINAL J. MIRANPA Jy l/UALA IUMPUR, 1V Thurs.— South Vietnam entered the final of the Seap Games men's team lawn tennis event here today without dropping a point against Laos. In the final tomorrow, they will meet Thailand who beat Malaysia 3-2 yesterday.

Easy victory for Singapore [ARTICLE]

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Easy victory for Singapore I/UALA LUMPUR. Thurs. j Singapore's waterpolo prov I pects in the Beap Games were M good as gold today when they thrashed Thailand 21-0 al Weld Road Pool. ■Singapore "ill inert Malaysia. ttir only other team in tin* 'vent, on Sa'urday and on today* imrarmaaca, thty

Malaysians dominate [ARTICLE]

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Malaysians dominate A. GOMES ly J£UALA LUMPUR. Thuis. Malaysia continued their domination in the Seap Games women's basketball tournament today when they caned a 67-52 victory over Thailand al Stadium Negara. In the men's section. Singapore suffered the second sue. eessive defeat when (joinß down 75-57 to Thailand, who led

Rapid-fire gold to Burmese [ARTICLE]

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Rapid-fire gold to Burmese F. EMMANUEL ly I/UALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Kan U of Burma won tht gold medal for the rapid-fire 25 metres shooting event at Subang Range today. Two Thais. Viraj Visessiri and Pun-ion Somunthameya. took the silver and bronze medals respectively. Kan. a drugs salesman, scored 674 points

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'Golden Girl' Patricia! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Golden Girl' Patricia! F. EMMANUEL ly STORE SCHOOLGIRL SWIMMER IS FIRST TRIPLE-CROWN WINNER OF GAMES KUALA Ll'MPl'R, Thursday JTs "Golden Girl" Patricia Chan in the Seap Games swimming championships here tonight. The 11-year-old Singapore schoolgirl became the first competitor to win three gold medals in the current Games. Pat. winner

All the results [ARTICLE]

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All the results ATHLETICS 400 m final: 1 A. VICTOR (Mali 48.0 (record i 2 A.S. N* than 'Mai' 481. 3 Sotniak Tongsuk (That) 48.8: 4 Prun Syano (Cam) 49 9: 5 A. Sadayappan tSingi 51.0: 6 Nguyen Ouy Hao (Vieti 51.0. 1.500 m final: 1 K BLBRAMAMA.M (Mali 3:55

Last night's late events [ARTICLE]

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Last night's late events SIXr.APORf I.\ST KUALA LUMPUR. Thur» Vietnam earned Urn right io play off with Thailand for third and fourth placing^ in the soccer tournament when t:.ey beat Singapore 5-1 tonifcht This was Singapore's eond defeat and finished last VMohb took the lead m the 15th minute through

GOLD TALLY [ARTICLE]

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GOLD TALLY Position* in the medal* tabir at md of second dn> com petition: MalaviUi 1 3 1 ."I 1 1 Singapore 13 It Thailand 10 9 II Burma 5 ambodia 4 Vietnam 0 2 Laos

Shocks for 2 seeded pairs [ARTICLE]

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Shocks for 2 seeded pairs LEE FOO SAN MALAYSIA continued to dominate the Seap Games athletics events yesterday, winning five more gold medals to make a total of 12 in two days. See Page 22. SINGAPORE weightlifter Tan Howe Liang won the lightweight gold medal after a tremendous battle with

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