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The Straits Times, 18 December 1965

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 1 The Straits Times Estd. 1845 SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1965 15 CENTS Kl>.\ 1189 M.C.(P). 1005

'Don't quit C'wealth' plea [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Don't quit C 'wealth' plea RODERICK PESTANA: JOHORE BAHRU Fri. RAHMAN TALIB APPEAL JUDGMENT RESERVED: PAGE 10 Tengku: Breaking away by member countries will be like cutting off one's nose from the face... -■y- THE Malaysian Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman, today appealed to Commonwealth countries severing diplomatic relations with

If S'porecomes back closer to uss—by Tengku [ARTICLE]

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If S'porecomes back closer to uss by Tengku Fri.— Tengku Abdul Rahman today reiterated his desire to see "Singapore come back closer to .Malaysia." 'if they do come hack instead of drifting away, then something could be done to please the businessmen of both countries." he told reporters at Singapore

Formal break tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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Formal break tomorrow KIALA I.IMPUR. Fri. Malaysian Alliance Party will formally sever relations with Alliance Btngmpura when its national council meets here on Sunday. Tlie Prune Minister. Tenpku Abdul Rahman. President <>( the Party. will addrervv the meeting at \ho Alliance hfiidquaners.

Fifth gold for golden girl Pat [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fifth gold for golden girl Pat Eleven year old Patricia Chan, the Singapore wonder girl swimmer. won her fifth -<>l(l medal in the Seap dunn competition in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Pat. who won three individual and one relay team aold medals on Thursday, scored her fifth success in the women's

Tin pact talks end without decision [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tin pact talks end without decision TEAM SEES YA'ACOB I ONDON. Fri. The International Tin Council ended its 20th session today without reaching a final decision on a third international tin agreement to avoid fluctuations in the world tin price. The words "the Council considered the position as regards signatures

Bonds beat target [ARTICLE]

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Bonds beat target |^UALA LUMPUR, Fri. Soles of the Notional Defence Bonds target: $10 million closed today with a total of $10,189,100 in the kitty to boost Malaysia's defence efforts against Indonesian confrontation

Tengku and Razak to the athletes: Well done [ARTICLE]

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Tengku and Razak to the athletes: Well done KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. The Malaysian Team, champions of the third Seap Games athletics competition with 19 victories and 16 new Seap records, were congratulated by the Prime Minister. Tengku Abdul Rahman, and the Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, at Merdeka Stadium

Gemini Seven gives final spurt [ARTICLE]

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Gemini Seven gives final spurt IJOUSTON (Texas). 11 Fri. Astronauts Frank Borman and James A. Lovell Jr. raced down thr home stretch in their marathon space .journey today after officials decided a power unit problem was not serious enough to cut their flight ;i day .short. They swept on toward

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS SOEK S THREAT JAKABTA, I ri. 1 ilint S«ek:nn<> said lho>c vlM de\ i:ttf>d murse <>f Imloni-si.iri \olutiun would bt•lead. Hr did n<>l rfal Kititcr.

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FOREIGN DESK 1

UAR is sixth nation to break with Britain over Rhodesia [ARTICLE]

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UAR is sixth nation to break with Britain over Rhodesia CAIRO, Friday r J^HE United Arab Republic last night announced it had cut off diplomatic relations with Britain because of its failure to topple the rebel Rhodesian Government. The UAR was the sixth African country to make the break in

Smith drops his plan to appoint a Regent [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Smith drops his plan to appoint a Regent SALISBURY. Fri. Mr. Lan Smith's Rhodesian regime announced today it had dropped its original plan to appoint a regent in Rhodesia. It said it did this "out of deference to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the royal family.' However, the

Cooler sale ban [ARTICLE]

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Cooler sale ban NEW YORK. Fn Nr«. V.'.'li Ciiys heHlUi department has buinrd thr talc "I Hone Koiikmadc novelty dnnk coolrr.v lyEMM 'iirv «err found to contain contaminated water —Reuter

WILSON AND LBJ: GOOD PROGRESS [ARTICLE]

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WILSON AND LBJ: GOOD PROGRESS WASHINGTON. Friday. q"»HE British Prime Minister. Mr. Harold Wilson A and President Johnson today continue talks on world trouble spots after making very good progress at their first meeting last night. Both U.S. and British officials declined to disclose what subjects were discussed by the

Two killed as plane overshoots runway [ARTICLE]

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Two killed as plane overshoots runway MANILA. Fri. The pilot and co-pilot of an Air Manila passenger plane wore killed yesterday when the aircraft overshot the runway and struck a building while landing at southern Le?a.spi City. All ilir 18 passengers and HT" fhciit atttndanl suffered in-iun»-.s bu 1 tione

Marcos, Lopez declared winners by Congress [ARTICLE]

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Marcos, Lopez declared winners by Congress MANILA, Fri. War 1 hero Ferdinand Marcos and his Nation.ilista Party team-mate Fernando Lopez were formally proclaimed President and Vice-Presi-dent-elect today after ;i tumultuous and marathon joint session of Congress. A special joint committee of Congress which canvassed the official results of last month's

Americans step up 7501 b. bomb output for Vietnam [ARTICLE]

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Americans step up 7501 b. bomb output for Vietnam WASHINGTON. Fri. TT Th<> us. Defence Department siUd yesterday that 750-lrj bombs were being used In Vietnam al mul. a rate that three new production .sources had been added. But it >.iid that ther« were no shortages of <>rdnance In Vietnam.

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FOREIGN DESK 2

Indon paper hits at parties for privileged few [ARTICLE]

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Indon paper hits at parties for privileged few JAKARTA. Fn. The Indonesian Herald yesterday attacked the Government's practice of holding lavish ceremonies where "already overfpd" officials were given free food and drink, and urged that the officials be made to nay for their refreshments. In an editorial on the Government's

Ing Id Bergman plays Santa [ARTICLE]

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Ing Id Bergman plays Santa tONEK. .1 Some men in the audience whistled at Santa Clnus and no one thought, it strange. Under that \yhite beard and red robe vns Ingrid Bergman playing Santa at yesterday's Christmas luncheon of Britain's Variety Club. It wound up the club's i drive for

U THANT: WORLD BECOMING SAFER... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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U THANT: WORLD BECOMING SAFER... UNITED NATIONS, Fri. U Thant, the United Nations Secretary General, said yesterday the world was gradually becoming saner and safer. Headway was being made against the scourge of war and the tyranny of poverty. In an end-of-year message to the UN. Secretariat. U Thant hailed

Emergency court to try 'new rupiah' saboteurs [ARTICLE]

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Emergency court to try 'new rupiah' saboteurs JAKARTA, Fri. Indonesia is setting up an emergency court to try people who attempt to sabotage or hinder the success of the Government's new economic measures. The official Antara news agency today reported the Justice Minister. Mr A. Astrawinata as saying the court

One-vote Labour victory in Commons [ARTICLE]

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One-vote Labour victory in Commons LONDON. Frt. Britain's Labour Government won a single-vote victory In the 1 House of Commons last night after a bitter debate on a plan to remodel the the country's Army Reserve. The Oovernment wants to aboll&h the present part-time Territorial Army of weekend sol- alera

Ayub in Bonn [ARTICLE]

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Ayub in Bonn BONN Pri. President Ayub Khan of Pakistan arrived in Bonn lut night from America for talk* with Chancellor tthaxd.— A.P.

Indonesia trying hard to prevent rift with China—Subandrio [ARTICLE]

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Indonesia trying hard to prevent rift with China— Subandrio JAKARTA. Friday TNDONESIA was trying hard to prevent a J. conflict between itself and China, the Indonesian Foreign Minister. Dr. Subandrio, said yesterday. Both countries opposed the necolim <neo-coloni-alist.s. colonialists and imimperiallsts > he said in a briefing to the foreigi.

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Doctor tells of assault by a family [ARTICLE]

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Doctor tells of assault by a family PENANG. Friday J^ DOCTOR told a magistrates court today his landlady wanted to "harass and break me so that I would move out." Dr. Chew Chong Hueen was testifying in a private summons case which he had brought against Madam Loong Hong Lim.

Worthless [ARTICLE]

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Worthless KUALA LUMPUR. Frt The Ministry of Works. Posts and Telecommunications today announced that "independence" postage stamp* issued by the "Illegal government ol Rhodesia" were not 1 valid for postage purposes and incoming correspondence and parcels prepaid by means of theae stamps will be surcharged accordingly.

Prof. Ranga impressed by development plan [ARTICLE]

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Prof. Ranga impressed by development plan I/UALA LUMPUR, Fri.— president of India's Opposition Swatantra Party, Professor N. G- Ranga. said here yesterday he was Impressed by the achievements of the Malaysian Government's development programme. Prof. Ranga, who arrived here on Tuesday for a fourday visit, said that he could see

No threat to diplomat [ARTICLE]

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No threat to diplomat KUALA LUMFLK. Fri. The Ministry of External Affairs said today ihat at no time had any British diplomat in Malaysia been declared "persona non grata." A statement issued by the Ministry, referred to reports In the Press that a British diplomatic official had recently left Malaysia

HEATH TO VISIT MALAYSIA, SINGAPORE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HEATH TO VISIT MALAYSIA, SINGAPORE LONDON. Fri. Mr. Edward Heath, leader of the Opposition Conservative p>irt> is to visit Pakistan, India and Malaysia and Singapore during the parliamentary recess. Well-informed party sources said List night that tie planned to have talks with President Ayub Khan. Mr. Lai Bahadur Shastri. Tengku

Federal Court sits in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Federal Court sits in S'pore SINGAPORE Fri.— The Federal Court will hold a special sittingIts last session here for the year —from Monday, to hear criminal and civil appeals. The court will comprise the Chief Justice of Singapore. Mr. Justice Wse Chong Jin. Mr. Justice Tan Ah Tan mid Mr.

Family plan advice [ARTICLE]

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Family plan advice KUALA LIPIS Pri.— The Pahan<» Family Planning Association will Blvr free consultation at the Health Clinic here on Wednesday.

Robber 'sorry' for injuries caused to victim [ARTICLE]

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Robber 'sorry' for injuries caused to victim PENANG, Fri An '< armed robber "regretted very much" the injuries caused to his victim now paralysed from the waist downwards, the High Court was told today. "It is a tragedy, and the accused is very sorry about It." said Mr. Lee Cheng

Riot case man loses appeal [ARTICLE]

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Riot case man loses appeal SINGAPORE. Fri. Lim Eng Lam. a furniture shop assistant, failed In the High Court today lr tils appeal against conviction and sentence of one year's jail tor armed rioting during the disturbances in July, last year. Mr. Justice Tan Ah Hah affirmed the sentence ftftaf

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Singapore expert may advise India [ARTICLE]

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Singapore expert may advise India BUILDING ACHIEVEMENTS IMPRESS (SINGAPORE, Fri. The visiting six-man Indian goodwill mission is so impressed by Singapore's housing achievements that its leader, Mr. D.P. Karmarkar, today said he would ask his Government to borrow a building expert from here. Leadership At a farewell press conference at

UNION ACTION COST 18 JOBS: JEK [ARTICLE]

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UNION ACTION COST 18 JOBS: JEK SINGAPORE. Fri The O Labour Minister, Mr. Jek Yeun Thong today told Parliament how pro-Com-munists had stepped into the affairs of a traditional way of business— and cost 18 workers their livelihood. Mr. Jek. was answering an absent Barisan Sosialis Assemblyman. Mr. Poh Ber

Message to nurses with a problem [ARTICLE]

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Message to nurses with a problem i— SINGAPORE, Fri. 7 THE General Secretary of the Amalgamated Union of Public Employees, Mr. G. Kandasamy. has urged Government assistant nurses not to boycott the Nurses' Christmas dinner to be held tomorrow. Any culk or plans of boycotting tlu function as a demonstration

Night and Sunday shopping for 'free spenders' [ARTICLE]

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Night and Sunday shopping for 'free spenders' SINGAPORE. Fri. Big departmental stores and supermarkets today said Christ- mas sales have so far been better than last year. Many will stay open this week-end and also at night. The General Manager of Robinsons. Mr. R. N. Marshall, said: "Business has been

Ceylon musician [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon musician SINGAPORE. Fit. Ceylonese musician Mr. Maharajapuram V. Santhanam will perform at the Victoria Theatre on Sunday even- i lac. He is the principal of the Ramanathan Music Acatemy Ceylon

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Razak: Govt aware trade rapport will bring good [ARTICLE]

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Razak: Govt aware trade rapport will bring good M-Plan debate: Ministers reply KUALA LUMPUR, Fri. yHE benefits that will accrue to both Malaysia and Singapore from close economic cooperation are "fully appreciated by the Central Government, the Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak, said today. He was winding up the

TAN TO STATE GOVTS: RED TAPE CAN LOSE YOU FACTORIES [ARTICLE]

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TAN TO STATE GOVTS: RED TAPE CAN LOSE YOU FACTORIES THE Minister of Finance. Mr. Tan Siew Sin, warned State Governments against delaying or frustrating land applications for private enterprises under the First Malaysia Plan. "If applications were delayed through red tape,' he told the House of Representatives, 'Investment In

Ismail: Stability essential to attract investors [ARTICLE]

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Ismail: Stability essential to attract investors »THE Minister of 1 Home Affairs, Dato (Dr.) Ismail bin Dato Abdul Rahman, said today that stability was essential in the attempt to attract local and overseas investments in Malaysia. Hence the substantial allocation for his Ministry was inevitable. he said. Dato Ismail said

Khaw: Housing getting all funds available [ARTICLE]

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Khaw: Housing getting all funds available mHE Minister of J. Loc a 1 Government and Housing, Mr. Khaw Kai Boh. said in the House of Representatives that housing was getting "as big a proportion of available funds M can bp spared" H<- was I'oinparing Ibe ition for noaslnfl In IrM

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Arevision Bill to end legal mistakes [ARTICLE]

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Arevision Bill to end legal mistakes SINGAPORE. Fri. I 'THE Minister for Law and National Development. A Mr. E.W. Barker, told Parliament today that it j was urgent and necessary to publish a new edition of Singapore Laws and Government would introi duce a Bill to set up a law

Party, parcels for children [ARTICLE]

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Party, parcels for children SINGAPORE. Fri The Society of St. Vincent de Paul will hold a Christmas party for 350 underprivileged children at the Church of Our Laay of Perpetual Scxciir. Sfcflap H:!l Ml p.m. on Sui.duy. The children, all under 14 years, come from MO families. Food punk will

Water shut-off [ARTICLE]

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Water shut-off SINGAPORE. Fri. Water will be cut otl at Jalan Kunla. of! Jalan Cuciang. Jurong industrial area tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

ITC TEAM MEETS YA'ACOB [ARTICLE]

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ITC TEAM MEETS YA'ACOB From ARTHUR RICHARDS LONDON. Fri. A three-man delegation from the International Tin Council met the Malaysian High Commissioner, Tengku Ya'acob. here today to express their "grave concern" over Malaysia's decision to pull out from the third tin agreement. The delegation comprised the chairman of the ITC.

LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN [ARTICLE]

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LONDON STOCKS, RUBBER and TIN LONDON. Fn. No rrlirf was ii-iini'i)'. .i\ rteatUngi ai Ihe close o< tlv wrrk *v.o m Minim nni.-hed on a dull note, the number of bar•vins marked li.liing to bolou Com. wkMlnj niuldlr pricw ol sdei ;eci »tocks not inciuwng stamp duty ere OILTBKM Consol

RUBBER [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER LONDON. Fri Spot 20 *d Jan. 20 11 16 d.. Feb. 20 ,d. March 20. d.. Jan. March 20", d.. April June 21', d.. July Sept. XXXXX d Oci Dec. 21 d. Jan Maun 21 '«d.. April' June 21 1 ltid.. July Sept 211 16d. (if. Jan. 20 k

SINGAPORE DIARY [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE DIARY TOU.W Pantomime "The Tii;»ict Bos", Victoria Theatre at tv:tu p.m Cantonese Opera. National Theatre at 7.30 p.m. When Smile arc (tone 'Play). Cultural Centre at 8.30 n.:ii.

TIN [ARTICLE]

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TIN LONDON. Fri Buyers U.TUj i £s>. sellers £1400 (+tt). Forward buyers £1363 i— £4). sellers £1365 £J>. Settlement £1390 < £2S>. Turno\er a.m. 135 tons. p.m. 110 tons. Tone: Very steady.

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Judgment reserved [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Judgment reserved The Rahman Talib appeal Reporters: Ch*w L*y Kh**n, A. Ramanngam 'Ganging up' against Abu Bakar? You mean family solidarity, says the Lord President KUALA LUMPUR, Friday The Rahman Talib appeal (Contd.) THE Federal Appeal Court today reserved judgment in the Rahman Talib libel and slander appeal case. The

The good neighbour... [ARTICLE]

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The good neighbour... PEXANG. Frl. Poor armed men who raided a house in Green Lane this morning fled when a neighbour blew a police whistle and rushed at them with a knife. The robbers escaped on two motorcyclaa without takinc anything

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Soccer star Johnny 'ordered off' by Aussies [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Soccer star Johnny 'ordered off' by Aussies SYDNEY. Friday JOHNNY Wong. Malaysian star of Australian soccer, said today he had been given 60 days to leave the country by the Australian Department of Immigration. Wong said the department had declined to renew the .-tudenf.s permit under which he has been

Tun Uda attends mosque service [ARTICLE]

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Tun Uda attends mosque service PENANG. Fri The Governor. Raia Tun Uda today joined more than 1.000 Muslims in a congregational Benice at Kapitnn Klins Mosque in Pitt Street. Special prayers were offered at all masques throughout the Stair in observance of the Governor's birthday obser\-ed yesterday.

Statistics course [ARTICLE]

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Statistics course KUALA LUMPUR- Fr: The actine examiner ot accoun's. Depar'.mrat of Co-operauvr Developtnrn: here- Mr. B. R. Pereini. h;i.^ left for India for hieher training in It-tlMtCl

Fui Chew show [ARTICLE]

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Fui Chew show KLLANG Fr: HM Johore State Pui Chew Association will hold a variety Miow on Saturday and Bund«\ to celer-nve the ■.-conation's eighth anniversary

A sickly wife and the caterer... [ARTICLE]

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A sickly wife and the caterer... SINGAPORE. Fri. When his wife fell ill. Ramasamy Annamalai arranged with a caterer to send food daily to his home. Not long after, the High Court was told yesterday. the wile left him to live *Uh the caterer. Annamalai. a wireman. was granted a

Amalgamation proposal [ARTICLE]

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Amalgamation proposal PENANG. Fri Thf Penang 1 and Province Wellesley Malay Teachers' Union has set up a committee 10 strive lor the amalgamation of all Malay iMetatn' co-operative socletiei> in the country. Every society in Malaya will be a.sk»>rl to nominate one represont- alive 10 Mt on the committee

Restaurant burgled [ARTICLE]

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Restaurant burgled XL AI A I.LMPUR Fri Burglar raided the storeroci::i of ihc Mak Yee restaurant in Jalan Bukit Bmtaiii; amusement ;>ark here and stole liquor, cigar Mos and birds' nests worth a tot, of (1 065 on Wrdne.sdav

Building fund dance [ARTICLE]

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Building fund dance IHOH. Fri. A Cliristlua.s dance in aid of the Lourdes youth cei.tre building fund *111 be held a: the St. John Ambulance Association hall here tomorrow nislit.

Koran contest [ARTICLE]

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Koran contest IPOH. Fri The Suitan of Perak will declare open the S;ae Koran reading competition on the Children's Playground In Parti. 20 miles from liere- tumorrow.

SARA WAK TEACHERS TOLD: KEEP OUT OF POLITICS [ARTICLE]

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SARA WAK TEACHERS TOLD: KEEP OUT OF POLITICS KICHING. Fri— Teach- ers must keep out of politics to avoid influencing their pupils. Sarawak's Chief Minister, Dato Stephen Kalong Ningkan, told the Sarawak Teachers' I 'XXXXX1 arnn.li delepates' conference yesterday. Dato Ningkan said that when teachers got too .11 tive in

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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PERSONAL [ARTICLE]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times

Breaking Mr. Smith [ARTICLE]

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Breaking Mr. Smith Si\ African countries, mrliidmg two mpmfcwMs ot the Cotnmonwealth, have severed diplomatic relations with Britain over its failure to crush I the Rhodesian revolt. They include, in Ghana, Tanzania. 'Guinea and the United Arab Republic. tour formidable leaders of African opinion so further breaks may be expected.

Sarawak's Trade [ARTICLE]

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Sarawak's Trade Significant trends in Sarawak's trade were disclosed by the State's Chief Minister in his budget speech. Foreign trade this year is expected to reach the $500 million level. an increase of over 25 per leant in two years, with an I export total of $220 million, a rise

Good Friends [ARTICLE]

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Good Friends The Japanese Government has donated $30,000 for the relief of victims ot the East Coast floods, while the Thai Government has made Malaysia a gift of 50 tons of rice. Their thoughtt'ulness is much appreciated. Through such gestures is cordiality between Governments broadened into warm friendship between peoples.

Moment of truth for the fair hostesses [ARTICLE]

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Moment of truth for the fair hostesses ALISTAIR COOKE by YEW YORK. Fri. A flock of pretty chicks who might have been answering a chorus call, or one of Mr. Hugh Heffners periodic horn blasts for Bunnies, sat in good but melancholy order to hear themselves arraigned, before a session

LETTERS

The first day cover [LETTER]

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The first day cover "TVURINO the first issue of the new definitive stamps. I queued to get my covers cancelled, but was told by the clerk on duty that covers addressed to other states had to be dropped into the letter boxes I did that, an noyed that could not

Untitled [LETTER]

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TTHERE are several dangerous spots In the Subung Airport main building. On all the staircases leading to the first floor where th»- .stalrcasf ends and thp platform begins the «aps of thr raillnns are so wide that rhilciren can easily fall through them TT.C Kuala Lumpur

THE LAST VICTORY FOR de GAULLE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE LAST VICTORY FOR de GAULLE Don Cook The Communists enter a marriage of convenience that must fail... b) PARIS. Friday SINCE the French Revo I v t ion France has been a country in which politics have been generally oriented to the left with occasional historic periods, such as

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What the patients at KK Hospital wear... [ARTICLE]

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What the patients at KK Hospital wear... SINGAPORE Fri. The Parliamentary Sfcrrtary to The Health Minister, Mr M.i Kali Hui. today Miared Parliament that women patients in Kandang Kerbau Maternity Hospital were adequately clothed except in the labour ward Amid laughter, he further a.HMired that only doctor*, rvir^s and midwlves

Union's warning to Govt [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Union's warning to Govt Kuala Lumpur, Frl. 'WE MAY BE FORCED TO REVIEW NONPARTISAN POLICY IF OUR RIGHTS ARE IGNORED' terest of the nation. The Minister added: "I wish to emphasise that these regulations do not rt place nor indeed are they intended to replare either the form or the

50 volunteers wanted [ARTICLE]

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50 volunteers wanted PENANO. Fri. The 24th Squadron Malaysian Engineer* of the Territorial Army Is looking for 50 volunteers. Applicants will be Interviewed at the Territorial Army Centre, Peel Avenue, between 9 ajn. and 5 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday.

New health clinic [ARTICLE]

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New health clinic TANOKAK. Fri. A health I clinic i* under construction at i Sungei Mati. eight miles from here.

Woman with a man's job: Leader of US trade mission [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Woman with a man's job: Leader of US trade mission Chaah Boon Khang By SINGAPORE, Fri. Puffing a cigarette and with one arm resting on the back of her chair. Mrs. Virginia Allgood told newspapermen here yesterday- "We want twoway trade. You help us and we help you." She was

60 Japanese due in new year to help Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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60 Japanese due in new year to help Malaysia JESSELTON, Fri. About 50 Japanese experts will arrive in Malaysia next year to help implement the first Malaysia Five-Year Plan. In addition, 10 Japanese peace corps members are expected to arrive to work la departments of agriculture. Ninety Malaysians will leave

$15m. plan to make Jesselton bigger and beautiful [ARTICLE]

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$15m. plan to make Jesselton bigger and beautiful JESSELTON. Fri. f This State capital is to be expanded and beautitied under a Sl5 million reclamation project to be completed within the next three years. This was .stated by Sabah's Finance Minister. Inche Harris bin Mohamed Salleh, when he returned from

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Raja: The danger of being a power pawn... [ARTICLE]

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Raja: The danger of being a power pawn... SINGAPORE. Friday THE Foreign Minister, Mr. S. Rajaratnam, explaining why Singapore declared itself non-aligned immediately on independence, told Parliament yesterday: "It was not. as some believed, simply a case of following a current Afro- Asian fad. "Alignment with one of the power

Bumiputra congress for Sabah [ARTICLE]

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Bumiputra congress for Sabah JESSELTON. FYI. Th^ State Government has appointed a steerinK committee to organise a bumlputra congress in April. Native chiefs, businessmen, political and community leaders will be Invited. They will be asked sugßestlons on how the State Govern- ment could help them to participate more in commerce

SHIPS WARNED TO TAKE ON HARBOUR PILOTS [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS WARNED TO TAKE ON HARBOUR PILOTS ■QENANO, Frt. The Marine L Department today advised \essels not to enter the port ot Kuala Trengganu cfi the Easi Coast of Malaya without first engaging the services of a local pilot. The navigable channel from seaward to Kuala Trer.gftar.u har- bour. says

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Straits Times Crossword ACKOSS 6. Get your own back (7). 1. Team of quarrelsome people 6. Pinch wood without Welsh put community 25 (10. 4). capital <5)--9. Magazine club (7). 7. 3 Initially In with a shout? 10. One of the old Cinque ports No. it's a fiasco (4-1). without

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USsBmil libel suit against the Beatles by drummer [ARTICLE]

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USsBmil libel suit against the Beatles by drummer NEW YORK, Friday. A FORMER drummer with the Beatles, Pete Best, filed a US$B million libel suit against the group here yesterday over an article published in Playboy magazine last February. Best, full name Randolph Peter Best, specifically named the group's present

A DECREE NISI TO WIFE OF 'LUCKY MAN' [ARTICLE]

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A DECREE NISI TO WIFE OF 'LUCKY MAN' T ONDON. Fri. The wife of England and Sussex wicket keeper Jim Parks. now with the MCC team touring Australia, was granted a decree nisi in the divorce court here yesterday because of his adultery. The suit was not contested. Mrs. Irene

Cook Islands get selfgovernment [ARTICLE]

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Cook Islands get selfgovernment UNITED NATIONS Frl— The General Assembly yesterday declared that the Cook Islands in the Pacific had attained "full internal self-government" and j that New Zealand need no longer report to the United Nations on them as a non-self governing territory. In a resolution on the subject,

Pakistan rice for Indons [ARTICLE]

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Pakistan rice for Indons JAKARTA. Prl. Pakistan will give 5.000 tons of rice to Indonesia, the official news agency Antara reported yesterday. This is Intended as "a token of the growing friendly relations be--1 tween the two countries," the report said.— UPl.

Faithful cat [ARTICLE]

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Faithful cat I BEROERAC (Prance). Prl- A faithful cat has arrived here after a two-day 30-mile walk to I reioin its owner who had given it away.— Reuter.

Protest storm as TV shows nude dancers [ARTICLE]

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Protest storm as TV shows nude dancers STOCKHOLM. Fri. Swedish television last night screened a show in which male and female Americans danced in the node. It drew a storm of protest telephone calls. An official of the Stateowned TV concern said the show was given the go-ahead only after

Ford girl weds tycoon 8 years older than her father [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Ford girl weds tycoon 8 years older than her father XTEW YORK. Fri. ■N Miss Charlotte Ford, elder daughter of Mr. Henry Ford 11. and Greek shipping tycoon Stavros Niarchos eloped to Mexico and were married yesterday in a surprise civil ceremony. The bride Is 24. The groom is 56.

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Straits Times LETTERS SAURDAY FORUM

When tax payers' children go to school [LETTER]

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When tax payers' children go to school SINGAPORE'S IllnUter of Education Mr. On? Pang Boon announced <S.T. Dec. 4' that nonSingapore citizens attending srhools have to pay schol fees in 1966, and a few days later <ST Dec. 8) he clarified that Malaysian born children of Singapore citizens will continue

Untitled [LETTER]

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I DO i.ot know to whom J 1 should write. But I am trying to get in touch with some considerate officer who is in charge of the air force planes practising over Gemas these days. For the past week our two small toddlers have been frightened out °f their

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I WAS a visitor to the Agricultural Station at Tanah Rata recently. Thi> station was once a peaceful place with green plants and colour ml flowers. But liow it i.- full Ol bushel and lalang. a veritable cow pasture. VISITOR Ipob

THE EXAMPLE OF CHILDREN [LETTER]

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THE EXAMPLE OF CHILDREN A FEW week. ago. I was in Redhill when I ob>erved two infants, a boy and a girl, each with a hand resting on the other's* shoulder, and chatting merrily away. This could have been a common incident but for the fact that the boy la

A GAME IS ONLY A GAME' [LETTER]

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A GAME IS ONLY A GAME' HAVE read cricket reports for years but never anything like lack Fingleton't on the current MCC tour of Australia. They are most biased. Take the Queensland v MCC match which was drawn when bad lifht stopped play. MCC had scored a total of 575

Taxes that can be understood [LETTER]

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Taxes that can be understood MUCH publicity has been given to Mr. Vartys opinions on local taxation, based on his 11 months' experience of local conditions. Would it not be better if the Comptroller-General of Inland Revenue advised simplifications of the tax legislation, instead of taking up so much space

MAINTENANCE [LETTER]

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MAINTENANCE THE roads in Hongkong Park have been in use for over six years now. Due to complete lack of maintenance, the carriageways, footpaths and drains arc in a tirrible state. They are dark and dangerous at night, lias the P.W D. any plan for repairing the>e raada and maintaining

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door iwnmMynn Mr. Oh! It must have been terribly embarrassing to be treated "like any other person." T.S.K. Petaling Jaya

RENUMBERING THE HOUSES [LETTER]

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RENUMBERING THE HOUSES 1 REFER to the letter bj Mr. Henry Cheng ST. Dec. 10). In all cases of renumbering of houses and. or renaming of roada all owners and occupier* of the buildings affected are Lssued written notification advlslr.g them a month in advance of the impending change in

New Bishop [LETTER]

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New Bishop I READ with great interest your report on "New Post for Bishop Salisbury." I am now awaiting an announcement, on Bishop Salisbury's successor, and I trust that the incumbent will be a local senior priest. No matter what arguments are put forward i to support the appointment of

Unauthorised [LETTER]

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Unauthorised DEFERENCE Is made to the comment* by •Citizcir 1 'S.T. Nov. <>■ on unauthorised structure.-, erected along the backlane between Liang Seah Street and Tan Quee l.ian Street. Demolition notice* have been served by thl.s Department under the Local Government i Obstruction in Streets and Backlane* i Regulations, to

Primary history fit for a diploma [LETTER]

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Primary history fit for a diploma AF TE R making a thorough study of my children's Prima-y VI history syllabus I have come to the conclusion fiat the syllabus Is unsuitable for twelve-year-olds. I wrote tv a principal of a oellegc in America and asked hi* views ri gardlng the

SAND FOR KITH AN© KIN [LETTER]

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SAND FOR KITH AN© KIN IT is ridiculous that the State-Assemblyman ol Oelang Patah. Johore should think of stopping the sale of sand to Singapore In order to defeat Singapore's housing project. Whatever and whoever the government of Singapore the project is for the good of the people who are

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Rubber is at 70 cents level again [ARTICLE]

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Rubber is at 70 cents level again i pENERALLY steady con- \J dltions were maintained during the week's trading i with levels remaining for the most part over the 70 cents level for current month, and »he setbacks were of a temporary nature, report H.C.B. Co. Ltd. In their current

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES >n priot otr Coconut oil: k $."i2 sellers, drum *s.'>j s. Han Copra: Ucu./Jau. L'K/Conttnent: Unquoted. Pepper: Muntok white $220 seller*. Sarawak white $217) sellers, special Sarawak black $1671 sellers, garbled Lampong black $157|(N) aellcra (all '.<"•> NLW), ASIA $17S(N) sellers (100% NLW). Singapore Coconut Oil Millers' A

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES /"JN tne froo oiclianio market in v Honis Kong ytrteMay the V. B. Hollar -raft quoted at j 71| for T.T. tad I n.r cash. Sterling onM .united at 15.WJ jnd one taal of told M -.'rVl,

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Wm It. MALWAN KIBBKR PRICK: 70; c«-nts (up a quarter of a cent) TIN: 5682.30 (up 81.73). Unofficial estimated ottering tons (op 20 tons).

LITTLE MORE INTEREST IN INDUSTRIAL SHARES [ARTICLE]

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LITTLE MORE INTEREST IN INDUSTRIAL SHARES From Our Market Correspondent VERY quiet conditions and a small turnover of 300.000 shares were the order of the day on the Stock Exchange yesterday, but there was more interest in industrial shares during the afternoon. Price movements, hou ever, were either marginally altered

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stork Indirr* Dec. It. Urc. 17 Industrials: X1.67 51. 71 Tins: 1110.17 100. ::t ruhlM-rs: 101.6fi 1M.71 Hit. 20. IMI Imi !>«■«■. :m. tMt inn

STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA L>l SINKSS in and rrportrd to the 1J Singapore and Kuala Lumpar trading rooms of the Stock I change- yesterday with the number nf sharps traded In brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Boustead (1,000) 11.71 n. (7.000) 51. 70. (11.000) ll.ee, < 14.000) 51.68: Dunloos (1.000) tl 78 I).

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT Ships lying alonictifte tne bim;jp*r» *hir«i> er ripecttd today ara: Achilla L/S, Bnm La* N.W. Thur-url^nt 6 7. Central Slkorskl vw. DimodocuK 10/11. aladm U 14a OlltKJs IS, Kmpif riannet IV. Htraat Lomttok 2.vj>i. Routa Fell* 27/2*. Star Areturi* .11/32. V»r •Tvoto 42/43, Victoria 44. and rak

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES -PHI Attociatiwi ot Bankt of Malay I tia made- thf<» 'iitnum la Its ratao to merch^nta ytftfrday oil rain to <|lHn Canada: buylnK TT 3.-i 3/8, airmail OI) Ma, W> d/M. 36 credit bllla, 3« 1 /IS trade nil la tailing TT »c OD ready: Canadian oallart 35:

LOCAL RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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LOCAL RUBBER PRICES JANIARV tint trade rubber t jo.b. buyers closed at 5 pjn. n Sincaporr and Kuala. Lumpur yesterday at 70 :i cents per Ib. up i quarter uf a cent on Thur*da>'s lusiiik level (or the position. The <>im uas very quiet. K..W and F.M.R.E. closing »rice» in

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Straits tin gains $7.75 on tin pact withdrawal [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin gains $7.75 on tin pact withdrawal '■'111 price of tin in Prnang 1 yesterday rose sharply by S7 75 to S»iS2..")O per picul on an ofTerinK estimated to be increased by 29 tons to 230 tuns. The market rose here on better support and was also influenced by

AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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AUSTRALIAN STOCKS I MELBOURNE, Prt. I I)EMAND for sugar scrip fea- tured and otherwise subdued 1 industrials section. Moves were about In balance, but most lenders eased slightly P Base meUls were steady Mary lI Kathleen fell ss. to 19s. 6d. follow- S Ing the chnlrmnn's statement that he knew

OPTION PREMIUMS : [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS I>*C IT. Thrrc tnnottia INDUSTRIAL* i II CU. M. 'Ahatcr rt». i'.s MiiMinii> lasts, M. Invrat. 10 CU. Dunlopa 13 eta, iiun I i: SinrlUTu 2U cla. uc H.c 14 eta i uo 13 ell Radawat n eta 1.. 1 l>i>;. in da. Rol.in.-on 10 its'. f N.

DOLLAR RATES [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR RATES -pill: iniM-nt rate of the Maliun 1i.1i1.11 ag linst tlir pound «trrMat] li\od on November '14 la>t year i* -elliiu IT «r OJ». 'N. 3 U I6d. Bajrtmj II ts. I I l«d. Buying oJb. la, i:d. al The dollar is it its »tatutor> U middle position in

Amal Rubber a, [ARTICLE]

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Amal Rubber a Aznal Rubijtr produced 1,395.200 ;d in November.

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Pc Aye keeps middle crown [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pc Aye keeps middle crown LIM KEE CHAW By I^LALA Ll MPUK, Fri. Pc Aye of Burma retained his middleweight title in the Seap Games weightlifting championships at the Chinese Assembly Hall here this morning. He won the gold medal with a total of 836-lb (275±. 242 A and 318)

BON VIVEUR LOOKS TOO GOOD IN CUP [ARTICLE]

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BON VIVEUR LOOKS TOO GOOD IN CUP EPSOM JEEP By Amateur card BON VIVEI'B. a classic pro*- 1 pect ai his peak. should prove too good for his rivals In the 7f PHtron's Cup (Race FVur> at today's amateur meeting at Kuala I.uiunu! Bun Vlveur has beer, consistent a* an

SELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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SELECTIONS Rarr 1: HI HOO.V umfl Rare < AMBRIIMIE (.IRL Sir i'hiron K\( K 3: FIRV. Knalj l.umpin K... t BON VIVKIR R«rr I: II()«MM. STRH I \rbn Rarr FINF A IMMII jlrornio Racr 7 ROWN II \^l I rung RinUnc ■Mi K OKI aibAMt. < .»> So*.

MCC win by two wickets [ARTICLE]

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MCC win by two wickets IN BRIEF fiRK'KET Canberra, Fri MCC beat the Prime Minister XI by two wtcketß in a oneua> match here today. Scores Prime Minister* XI •.'BB-7 dec 'P. Sheshan 79 J Burke 60 R Benaud 45 K Stackpolr 32 no.' MCC 289-8 'G 8..yHM o.i C

Singapore's first gold at shooting [ARTICLE]

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Singapore's first gold at shooting F. EMMANUEL By KUALA LUMPUR. Fri—Singaporp gained thrlr first shooting gold mrdal In the rurren' Seap Games today wh^n bespectacled Dr. Alfred Che* won 'he air rifle 10m even' at Subang Range. Dr. Chee scored 350 poin In the fivt-scric*. <-hoot to tinish four ooiiits

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Seap diary ATHLETICS (Merdekm Stadium) 2 SO p.m. Marathon (20 mile* 385yd) from stadium to Subang and back. BASKETBALL (Stadium Negara) fl a.m. Mm: Malaysia v Thailand; 6 p.m. Women: Thailand v Singapore; 7.30 p.m. S. Vietnam v Cambodia. CYCLING (Merdeka Stadium) It a.m. 4.800m massedstart Individual final: 10.20 a.m.

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heats: 100m butterfly heats. 2 SO p.m. waterpolo: Singapore v Malaysia: women's springboard voluntary dives: men's highboard voluntary dives. 7 p.m. 100m treestyle final; women's 200m freestyle final; 100m breast-stroke final; women's 200m brea>t -stroke, final; 100m butterfly final; women's 200m butterfly hruil: women's 4 x 100m medley re!;u final:

TIMESPORT

Pat's sth gold! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pat's sth gold! JOE DOHA! SINGAPORE'S 'WONDER GIRL' SCORES ANOTHER SWIMMING TRIUMPH By J^UALA LUMPUR, Fri. Patricia Chan, the 11-year-old ■'Gold Girl" of Singapore swimming, won her FIFTH gold medal in ths Seap Games here today. Pat won the women's 200 m individual medley this afternoon to add to her

Traffic control for cycling [ARTICLE]

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Traffic control for cycling RUDY BELTRAN _By I/UALA LUMPUR, Fri. The Traffic police control centre here has drawn up traffic arrangements for the Seap Games cycle race at Diplomatic Enclave on Monday to ensure the safety of competitors. This followed protests on Wednesday by the foreign team managers, who had

Singapore crushed [ARTICLE]

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Singapore crushed KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Tiie Singapore men and women ■uffmd crushins defeats on the opening day of the Seap Oames \<>lle>ball competitiun at the Seh-ngor Badminton A.v>oclalion H.»ll today. The Singapore women M 'o d In stramht set.-. 10-7. li-4. 15-7. and the men went i.ovui to Burma, also

Thais foil Vietnam bid for Ist gold [ARTICLE]

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Thais foil Vietnam bid for Ist gold J, MIRANDA By I^UALA LUMPUR. Fri. Thailand toiled Vietnam's bid for their first gold medal of the Games when they upset them by 4-1 in the men's team tennis final here today. The Thais, who had a year's coaching under John Hopman. brother

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Golden glory for Malaysia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Golden glory for Malaysia NORMAN SIEBEI By RAJAMANI AMONG THE TOP ATHLETES IfUALA LUMPUR. Fri. Malaysia finished the track and field competition of the Seap Games in a blaze of golden glory and with a bagful of Asian and Seap best peformances at the Merdeka Stadium today. Only tomorrows marathon

All the results [ARTICLE]

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All the results ATHLETICS 200 m final: 1 M. JEGATHES.\N (Mali 21.3 sec (record); 2 U K.ij.ilin s .ini (Mai) 217: 3 Natahar Bay» (Sing) 22.3: 4 Khum Khin (Cam) 22.3: 5 Somsak Tongsuk (Thai) 22-4. 110 m hurdle* final: 1 OSMAN MKKU AN •Sing i 14 ssec (record i

ATHLETICS MEDAL TALLY [ARTICLE]

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ATHLETICS MEDAL TALLY The athletics medal tally after three day.: of competition with only the marathon to be decided today: Malaysia Burma Singapore Thailand Cambodia S. Vietnam Laos Cold 19 5 4 3 2 Silver 13 4 5 7 4 Bro ixc 8 3 4 12 6

Last night's late events [ARTICLE]

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Last night's late events TAN AIK HIANO BEATS SANGOB KUALA LUMPUR. Prl. Tan Alk Huang i Malaysia i beat Sangob (Thailand i 15-7. 7-15, 15-7 In the men's singles final of the Seap badminton cliampionships tonight. In an hour-long match characterised hy lout truelling rallies, the fitter and younger Aik

GOLD TALLY [ARTICLE]

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GOLD TALLY ri: medal* position at the end of the third day's com- Malaysia 23 21—19 Singapore I* 16 12 Thailand 16—17—23 Burma 13 11 6 Cambodia 6 —9 lo i.-iii.iin II 1— 2 Lao* U 0 Their Ho not i nrludr Hve boxinf finals, two badminton final* and all

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MADAM KOH MOV NEO 1 t< ITU iVvic i.d -Onu pot. ud Ml .N'-.n. Tei,^- Obi tad r.-:.>

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM IN EVER LOVING n.rmnty of Mr K C. liviin uho called -o rest IS 12 «4 rvrr rcmrmhen d t.y hi« lovtnt wife, ctiildrri mo'her r.roth«r« «.st«t and ni*c» Inarrtrd l>y K C Thomaa and family.

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