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The Straits Times, 19 December 1965

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THE SUNDAY TIMES lit No. 1.554 SUNDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1965 20 CENTS KDN 1191: M.C. (P) 1006

WILL FIVE GOLD PAT MAKE IT SEVEN? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WILL FIVE GOLD PAT MAKE IT SEVEN? JOE DORAI B. I must— it will be nice gift for father J^UALA LUMPUR, Sat. Patricia Chan Singapore's Golden Girl was confidently poised tonight to win two more gold medals in the SKAP swim finals at Weld Road Pool. The eleven-year-old wonder told

AT LAST! HO GIVES IN [ARTICLE]

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AT LAST! HO GIVES IN Peace feeler goes to LBJ-via UN WASHINGTON, Saturday PRESIDENT Johnson's hard line on Vietnam was tonight on the verge of paying off a big dividend. Hanoi now is willing to hold peace talks without U.S. troops leaving South Vietnam, a prerequisite that President Ho Chi-minh

Simpson flops [ARTICLE]

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Simpson flops ADELAIDE. Sat.— Australian T<v ciptain Bobby Simpson, returning after being out of cricket lor seven weelts with broken wTist lx>nr. was caught behind the wicket by Barry ■i.trman ior only 10 runs for New South Wale* against South Aa-tr.tlia lierc tutl.v

Thimayya dead [ARTICLE]

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Thimayya dead NICOSIA. Siu. General Snixiyya Thimnyya, Indian c .imniHiKlrr of SM t' N. MM force in Cyprus, ciifd of heart t.iiJure ;<l his Nicomh home today.— A.P

POUNDING IN LAOS: CURFEW IN SAIGON [ARTICLE]

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POUNDING IN LAOS: CURFEW IN SAIGON TULKL was ao let-up io 1 the Vietnam fighting: The I n Hi. I States escalated the secret air war ovrr Laos l>\ is ciant K ">.• bombers for ilif first time to slnu down Krrl infiltration. The programmed series of .strikes are destined

KHAW PLANS TOTAL WAR ON THE HOUSING FRONT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KHAW PLANS TOTAL WAR ON THE HOUSING FRONT CHEW LOY KHOON By L'UUA LUMPUR. Sat. The Government is to make an all-out assault on the housing problem In Malaysia including new laws to rai^e money and to guarantee loans to housing projects. This was announced in the House of Representatives

Kelantan road impassable [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan road impassable KOI A BHARU, BM The TUMfa M<-imli Bain M< road is u..dei four anrt hill feet of «»t«r nnd la imp to all tra.'l'c. Thcr* hits been no rain ?ince 7 pni w bui the w«aI ther lorwast is gloomy.

KL says: Hold it [ARTICLE]

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KL says: Hold it SAMAD MAHADI By ft i: ALA LUMPUR, Sat. The Malaysian Government is making moves in a determined bid to have the Commonwealth Prime Ministers conference on Rhodesia, scheduled next month, held in Kuala Lumpur This w.;s revealed by the Minister of Writ are res. Haji Abdul

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS PATRICIA MAKES IT EIGHT ki \i ii \in v I'alnri.i h.iti n( sm cuporr mm her srwntli gold Mlirn vln- worrd in r»*\ \irtor> in the Srap 2»M) mctrr buttrrfh slmk.tonithl. Her limr was !V? 9. Second wn her team-mjle Jo\ina Isriu in with M.« M*a Win RurniA

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TIGER-IN-TANK BOYS SCORE MALAYSIA FIRST [ARTICLE]

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TIGER-IN-TANK BOYS SCORE MALAYSIA FIRST MERVYN PEREIRA By Cash for ideas plan to get staff thinking J^UALA LUMPUR, Sat. The Tiger-in-your-tank people have another novel gimmick running "Coin Your Ideas." Esso employees coming up with 'ingenious and original" ideas that may save the company money or help to streamline the

Sheila, 17: Why I married man of 72 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sheila, 17: Why I married man of 72 NOT FOR LOVE OR MONEY BUT BECAUSE HE IS SO KIND LONDON. Sat.— Tcciuigid bride Sheila Smith today explained why she has married a man of 72. It was not for love. Nor for money. It was to mak» an old man

Youth leader [ARTICLE]

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Youth leader KLUAMO, .^'i Mr M. shamsudtiin. secretary <t thr I Batu Pahal btamh vI the Ma--1 Inyttaii Indian Congnai lih.s i brrn elected youth leader of Hip Juliorr Stair MIC Youth Section

Indon navy sails out on exercise [ARTICLE]

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Indon navy sails out on exercise JAKARTA, Sat. -The Indonesian Navy has begun the mo.st extensive exercise in its history, Antara reported today. "The exercise, in the Karimata Straits (between Borneo and Sumatra), the Java Sea. and the southern part of the Indian Ocean, is designed to test the fleet's

Prof Chin opens Varsity Field Studies centre [ARTICLE]

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Prof Chin opens Varsity Field Studies centre KUALA LLMI'UR. Sat. Tito Deputy Vicp-ChaiiiTiliir nf the Univcrsi'y or Malaya. Pi'of. Chin Fung Kor. today opened the Liv Uombak Field Studies Centre. The centre sued 00 300 acre* ot loicil in the L'lu Gombak Pure* Rr^mc comprises a hostel. cHo.iblP of accommodating

Blind Assn. officials [ARTICLE]

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Blind Assn. officials Singapore; Bat. Mr tm li.iin Sirw has bern eletird prrHldent of the Singapore Association lor the Blind at its annual general merlins. Otlicrs elccicd: Mrs. W. W. Yuna Mrs. Wee Chonc Jin Mr. V K. Hw;ui« and Mr. Arthur I.mi tjiow Muik. Mcc-prcaitieiils Mrs. Hcdnic Annvar- secretary.

Monkeys kill baby [ARTICLE]

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Monkeys kill baby RATMANDI Sat— T»« monkeys clambered into a house and beat to death an eicht-day-old bahy hoy who was sleeping. His mother was out. The monkeys battered the bey wilh a log. Monkeys lonsidcrrd sacred in the Hindu mountain kingdom of Nepal, arc allowed to roam at will—

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by solicitor Mr. B. Passey during a larceny case yesterday at. Cirencesier Gios euurt»* There is a tendency these days to rccard stealing from employers as a permissibly fiddle.

Fatal knock [ARTICLE]

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Fatal knock KUALA I-UMPUR. Bat Pak K.aj:. 58. ;i labourer, died on arrival tho OeDerol Hosita] here yestwday after he \\^i» knocked down by h mo'.i/!-i\( at Old KucbaJ Road at 7.38 .i.m

GIVING YIP DOGS THE FULL WORKS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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GIVING YIP DOGS THE FULL WORKS ABOVE: Mrs. Margaret Smith at work Like human brings. Igor is ticklish, but he knows he is in expert hands. Hello. Doll." Igor (right) greets his "fiancee"' Trisku after his shampoo. Sharon dries while Mrs. Smith plays cupid. Sunday Times pictures by Low Yew

It's a dog's life alright but not for beauty parlour boss Margaret [ARTICLE]

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It's a dog's life alright but not for beauty parlour boss Margaret JUDITH YONG B> SINGAPORE, Saturday. IT'S a dog's life? Not on your life. Not at the pleasant little terrace house at Sembawang Hills, anyway, where Mrs. Margaret Smith is beautician to a very select circle of dogs. The

Big U.N. victory ror Afro-Asia [ARTICLE]

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Big U.N. victory ror Afro-Asia IJNITED NATIONS. Sat. Asian and African countries yesterday won a major victory In the General Assembly by pushing through a motion setting aside a hitherto Iron-clad rule that all Important questions must be decided by a two-thirds majority. The Assembly action, taken over the vigorous

Christmas fete [ARTICLE]

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Christmas fete Kit AVO ait A Christmas party for Ourlcha children will be held at the Guit^od here on J«n 11.

All change—now trainees will have to pay fees [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All change— now trainees will have to pay fees JACKIE SAM have onlw S Primary Six < qualifications AND STILL ON THE THEME OF EDUCATION By SINGAPORE, Sat pUTURE trainee teachers will pay their way through college in a radical policy change starting next year. For the Chinese language stream,

Ya'acob opens new jetty [ARTICLE]

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Ya'acob opens new jetty SINGAPORE Si-t— Tuan Haji Ya'ncob bin Mohamed. Minisrer of State. Prune Minister's Office. Mils ;it;orr,oon opened a new Jetty at the Timor end of PuUif Bukom Kechll Ih, rtty. TL'Ol- ;onc n:.a ■>:• s bt:iM by rhc Govcn. mejit to tacllltate landing and deimrture I tide

Deepavali joy [ARTICLE]

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Deepavali joy SXNOAFOBft Stt. chorut Pang Village cumrminitv centre n$ Of D.iviit organised by [ndlan coinniunitT of Sembawang con■UlUfllMif 'otnorrow -,rt 7.30 Dm

Woman injured [ARTICLE]

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Woman injured PARIT BUNTAR. Bat An elderly Chinese woman was wnously tnjured when she was knocked down by a motnr ryclist near the bus station VPMe-.dav

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE --by Inche Othman Wok. Slnsa]x>re Minister for Social Affairs and Culture at a luncheon meeting of the Lions Club on the desirability of frequent exchange of visit* by people of M» lay sin and Singapore: They can bave the dual purpose of making us ip-nr»-i i.iic the other country's

Chooi president again [ARTICLE]

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Chooi president again KUALA LUMPUR. Sat— Mr. Chooi Mun Sou was today reelected president of the Liberal •Arts Society at it.s second annual meeting held a t the Selangor Club here. Other officials are- Vice-presi-dents. Mr. Hooi Hin Klong and Mr Vincent Yong: secretary Mrs. Shcker; trpa-wnr Mr Ong

GETTING THE BUMIS INTO COMMERCE [ARTICLE]

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GETTING THE BUMIS INTO COMMERCE Razak has profit plough back plan KUALA LUMPUR, Saturday. THE Deputy Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, today called on private firms to plough back some of their profit into business institutions where youths can be trained to help the Government increase the national output of

Rounded up—l7s beggars [ARTICLE]

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Rounded up— l7s beggars I^UALA LUMPUR, Bat. "*A total of 175 beggars have been arrested under the Vagrancy Act passed las' year. This was stated by the Minister of Welfare Services. Hal Abdul Ham.d Khan, in the Senate today. Mr. William Tan had asked what action had been taken to

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by Lord Snow. Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Technology, at Leicester These youngsters have plenty of money and Just laugh at the Idea of a fine. If we put them in the stocks and pelted them with rotten fruit it would make them look ridiculous and perhaps chance

THE MAGNIFICENT SIX [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE MAGNIFICENT SIX First in bravery line-up for action in Malaysia a two-month recruit and then the rest of the proud flying Red Devils LONDON, Sat. Seen here on parade are the magnificent six "Red Devils" of thp Parachute Regiment who are included in the latest list of awards for

$31 m. in debt-so 'no' to free water [ARTICLE]

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$31 m. in debt-so 'no' to free water IPOII. Sat. The Perak Government owes the Central Government $31 million by way of loans lor water supply schemes in the State, the Mentri Besar, Dato Ahmad bin Said, disclosed in the Legislative Assembly today. He was replying to an Alliance assemblyman

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by Lord Snow Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Technology, at Leicester:— The Computer Revolution will bring a greater ehtttfa in human affairs than did the Industrial Revolution.

Forestry awards to students [ARTICLE]

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Forestry awards to students KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The Minister of Lands and Mine.*. Inclie Abdul Rahman bin Ya'acob. will present certificates to students who have completed an eleven-month course in Forestry at the School of Forestry at Kepong on Monday ai 9.15 a.nv

Castro call to Barisan [ARTICLE]

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Castro call to Barisan SINGAPORE. Sal. The Malayan Peoples' Afro-Asian Solidarity Committee has been Invited to attend the Tri-Continental Solidarity Conference at Havana from Jan. 3 to 10. In a statement today the Barisan Sosialis said that It had received the Invitation from the Afro-Asian Peoples" Solidarity Organisation. The party\s

MILLIONAIRE PRISONERS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MILLIONAIRE PRISONERS HAROLD SOH By Big business comes to Changi— contracts, bonuses and market research SINGAPORE, Saturday. BEHIND the grim massive walls ff Changi Prison is a $2 million industry which provides useful and gainful employment for its inmates. According to the director of prisons, Mr. Yeow Koon Poh, this

Its final: Wong must go [ARTICLE]

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Its final: Wong must go pAXBERRA, Sat. The Australian Immigration Department will not grant the Malaysian star of Australian soccer, Johnny Wong Kong Leong, a further extension of his student's visa. The official view Is that Wong came to Australia to study accountancy, not to play soccer. The fact that

Tengku to open hostel [ARTICLE]

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Tengku to open hostel KUALA LUMPTR. Sat. The Prime Minister. Tengku Abdul Rahman, will open the National Union of Plantation Workers' student* hostel at Lorong Urara B in Petaling Jaya on Monday

Hasluck due in today [ARTICLE]

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Hasluck due in today KUALA LUMPUR. Th« Australian NHnlster of External Affairs. Mr Paul Rasluck, will arrive here tomorrow for a two-day visit.

Mosque opened [ARTICLE]

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Mosque opened TELUK ANSON. Bat. Th« Raja Muda of Perak declared open the $18,000 mosque in the riverine Kampong Sungei Je.^awi near here yesterday. It was built under the rural development plan.

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by Canon Angus Inglls. Vicar St. Peter's Nottingham. In parish magazine:There are people who acuall> dread the approach •f Christmas It is under standables In those for whom .iiixii ins of the pre sent mock happier memo rie* of years cone by.

Caned—axeman who clipped engineer [ARTICLE]

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Caned— axeman who clipped engineer KOTA BHARU. Saturday J^ SELF-CONFESSED hired axeman uas today sentenced by the Sessions Court hert to two years' jail and six strokes of the retail for assaulting a Public Workers Department engineer with a "kapak kechil.'" Ariffln bin Daud. 18. uuemployed. told the Serums Court

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by Dr. P.VJ. Solomon. Deputy Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago at a farewell press conference at Singapore airuurt af f er a two-day official \lstt The thing that most impressed m.- was the multiracial harmony, religious tolerance of the people anil the speed of Singapore's development. 1 take

Coin designs competition [ARTICLE]

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Coin designs competition KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The Malaysian Arts Council is inviting artists to submit designs for new Malaysian coins of one. five. 10. 20 and 50 cent denominations. Bank Negara Is organism? the competition in collaboration v. i:h the Arts Council. Closing dat* of the competition is Feb. 19.

Koran contest [ARTICLE]

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Koran contest KLUANO. Sat. The Jolmr* Slate annual Koran reading ronMl will bo held at Batu Phli»» on Dtt. 28

NEWS ACROSS THE WORLD

Kill-joy night shopping at Raffles Place [ARTICLE]

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Kill-joy night shopping at Raffles Place PETER TEO B, S Lau- nichi shopping in Kanh.s Place baa brought •••"'ti i! .i Dew kind of laten:uln parkin* The underground :ar-park is now ii mo in 11 Din and :ift« r-ckuk u.<rkir.i> is 20 uer ••<-iu cheaper Hut shoppers art- moanins in

Marcos names new man [ARTICLE]

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Marcos names new man MANILA. Sal PlWtdMlt iviciiiiatici c Hanoi today named former Amb«>sartor to Tmpeli. Man-l.suo Ramof.. »s liis Foirinn Secretary. Mr. Ramos recently retired Iron the Taipei po.st alter reachin-; the roirpulsory retirement i'.j. As a career officer, he hi<d prc\iou.-ly aer\ed as Washlnstun.

The 'quiet American' with a very vital assignment [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The 'quiet American' with a very vital assignment VINGAPORK. Sat. It i.s luiich-time in the city. The five-footway at Collyer Quay i> jammed with office workers and Christmaa shoppers And in the hurly-burly of a city on the go. a silver-haired American stands out in his navy-blue jacket. Hi> lace

Out—secret of the Pope's visit to America [ARTICLE]

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Out— secret of the Pope's visit to America HONG KONG. Saturday. RESPECTED and widely circulated English language magazine reported that the •"real reason" behind the visit to the United States and the United Nations by Pope Paul VI ''was to forestall any possibility of the U.S. launching air attacks on

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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A FIND of natural gas under a field 20 miles south of London was announced yesterday by the E.sso Petroleum Company. The discovery was made near South Godstone railway station and follows a two-week search that cost

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j>;i.ouo «$8.500' a day The extent of the f:nd and whether it wa.s of sufficient quality for commerical aso will not b* known until tests hsve been completed. Reuter.

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the Indonesian Government will announce next week the foreign .x--changc rate for the new rupiah and regulations covering imports and exports. Radio Jakarta said today. The broadcast mo:, in Singapore. ciuoU'd Third Deputy Premier Dr. Chalrui Saleh a.s .saying that tli* new regulations p;BW b* hig formulated and almost finalised.

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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CIX THOUSAND oud;c* have been recovered near Coxsbazar and a..--other 20.000 people T.<>re thought to be missing on Friday in East Pakistan w the wake of Wednesday cyclone and tidal vave. according to Dacca's Gov-ernment-controiled d.'.ily. Pakistan. About 5,000 nahermi .1 were believed to have been swept to death by

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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UEATLE George Harri>oa has joined an Orisnlal muMc group in Londou playing the sitar. tn<» seven-stringed Indian version of the guitar The group is the Asian Music Circle, whose international president 1» l amours violinist Yehuii Menuhin. Its founder Ayana Deva Angadi Mldr •"George Is very, very K°f > n

Give 'fair trial' to the turnover tax: Tan [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Give 'fair trial' to the turnover tax: Tan By Our Parliamentary Reporters: Kuala Lumpur, Sat. fHE Minister of Finance, Mr. Tan Siew Sin. today appealed to the business community U> give the new single-stage turnover tax a 'fair trial" before protesting against it. He was replying in the Senate to

That 'cut red tape' call totally uncalled for, says Dato Liew [ARTICLE]

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That 'cut red tape' call totally uncalled for, says Dato Liew IPOH, Saturday. THE Perak Government today described as "sweeping and uncalled for" the warning in Parliament yesterday by the Minister 01 Finance, Mr. Tan Siew Sin, to State Governments to cut red tape in the interests of industrialisation. A

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by Waltham Forest Youth Officer, Mr. J W. Pry*e. on the work of kchools' careers officers: They spend much time now as crisis counsellors. Young people often become restless or begin to doubt their ability to pass examination* and say they wish to leave school. It is then that

U.S. book gift for MARA [ARTICLE]

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U.S. book gift for MARA KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. —The chairman of MARA, Dato Abdul Rahman bin Musa, will receive a set of reference books from the United States Counsellor. Mr. Donald B. McCue. at MARA headquarters in Jalan Ipoh on Monday. The books on small business advisory scrvicess are a

Chess prizes [ARTICLE]

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Chess prizes SINGAPORE. Sat.— Thf nreslaent of the Chinese Swimming Clu.). Mr. Soon Prn.: Yam 10 pnMnl the Lee Kong Chian challenge cup and other pnM to winners of the open chess championship tomorrow at 5 p.m. at the club house.

Property appeal [ARTICLE]

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Property appeal KAJANO, Sat. The Ulu Langat District Town Board will meet and consider appeals from property owners agnlnst valuations imposed on their holdings for next year on Tuesday at the district conference room at 10 a.m.

Cyclist, 13, dies [ARTICLE]

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Cyclist, 13, dies IPOH Sat. A 13-year-old cyclist. Ho Kirn Wah. was fatally injured yesterday evening when he was knocked down by a hit-and-run lorry in Tiger Lane here.

That 6m. railway loan is signed [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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That 6m. railway loan is signed LIM SENG TEC By TRAFFIC ALONG NEW TRACK WILL BOOST REVENUE BY S4M. SINGAPORE. Sat— Traffic along the new $5.9 million 12-mile long railway track through Jurong industrial estate is expected to boost the revenue from goods trains of the Malayan Railways by 10

Rahim calls for sane, moderate approach to solve all problems [ARTICLE]

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Rahim calls for sane, moderate approach to solve all problems SINGAPORE. Sat SANE and moderate approach towards the solution of all problems was today advocated by the Minister of State for Education. Inche Rahim Ishak. With racial extremism at one end trying to inflame the communal feeling of the Malays

Santa to get drink if... [ARTICLE]

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Santa to get drink if... SEATTLE. Washington Sat. Sonic of those letters little folks linvp been writing to S.inia ■ere madp public by Sonulr Pom Officv peopU O: c KM from a boy named Larry. He told Santa: "1 am <non 'id: I «1!i leave a drink for jou under

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by Mr. T. J. Colston, secretary to Clrrncest«r and DlsTlct employment, committee, on the problems of finding tobs for the elderly:— With the best will m the world a firm cannot fill Ms. if Up uith old proplr Some of thfni are too hi?b l\ qualified and people .ire

Postings to schools released [ARTICLE]

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Postings to schools released SINGAPORE. Sat. The Ministry of Education today announced that post- Ings of children to secondary, academic, technical. commercial and vocational classes had been released to pupils on Dec. 15. The pupils will have to report at 8 a.m. on Jan 3 with their report books. Applications

Reds capture a police post [ARTICLE]

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Reds capture a police post RANOOON. Sat.— More than 100 Communist rebels attacked I and captured a police station In Detiaye Town yesterday and seized arms, ammunition and money. Tlie insurgents were later rirvrn a^av by army units C.PI

Problem of too many goods [ARTICLE]

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Problem of too many goods TAIPEH Sat— Formosa 8 textile fndustn- is lacing a anancia; dilemma as a result of o\n~ production and under-consump-tion local textile manufacturers ssJd today Tlie ■uafMMMn expressed concern over the situation «-hleh fliey said had tied do TO >arge sum of revoirtng cauiui

'More food' talks [ARTICLE]

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'More food' talks USNDON. Sat.-Indlan F-ood Nfir.iver. Mr Subramaniam «r--nved by plane here on his -»r "j w'«shlni?ton to discuss rhe I murf f,K>d" programmr < irh I American officials i;PI

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OIL BAN ON RHODESIA AND WILSON IS SURE . SMITH WILL HAVE TO GIVE IN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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OIL BAN ON RHODESIA AND WILSON IS SURE SMITH WILL HAVE TO GIVE IN WASHINGTON, Sat. The British Prime Minister, Mr. Harold Wilson, told a Press conference last night that he was confident Rhodesia would be returned to constitutional rule. He said an early return to constitutional rule would ease

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by Mr. Ewen Montagu. OC chairman of Middlesex Sessions Appeal Court A popular belief now seems to be that you can be dishonest and nobody ought to punish you if it is a first offence. This is a wholly and entirely mistaken view which is one of the very

SHOOK HIS FIST—SO SACK WAS JUSTIFIED [ARTICLE]

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SHOOK HIS FIST— SO SACK WAS JUSTIFIED J£UALA LUMPUR, Sat. The Industrial Arbitration Tribunal today found that a mines storekeeper, Mr. Cheah Wan Tuck, shook his fist at a labour contractor This, the chairman of the tribunal, Sir George Oehlers said therefore Justified the management in terminating the services of

'Chaos in tin circles' warning [ARTICLE]

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'Chaos in tin circles' warning BANGKOK. Sat. Thal- land's Minister of Natural Resources said today Malaysia's decision not to sign the Third International Tin Agreement probably will create chaos In tin circles. Minister Mr. Vlcha Bethabutr added that Malaysia's stand and Indications that Indonesia also would not sign may well

New foreign secretary [ARTICLE]

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New foreign secretary MANILA. Sat. Presidentelect Ferdinand Marcos today announced the appointment af Mr. Narctao Ramos at, the next foreign secretary. Until a fe w weeks ago Mr. Ramos was the Philippine Ambassador to NaUunall* China

Charge dropped to hotel striker acquitted [ARTICLE]

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Charge dropped to hotel striker acquitted PENANG. Sat. An E and O Hotel striker. Nt; Poolt Weng. 19. was today acquitted on a charce of assault ine a nonstriker Ismai: bin Abdullah, outside ihe hotel on Aug. 22 this year. The magistrate. Inche Annuar bin Zainal Abldln.acqultted and discharged Ng

Civics course [ARTICLE]

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Civics course KLUANO. Bat. The District Rural Development Committee here held a civics course fcr penghulus and for members of the kampong rural development committees at the International Club today.

LOCKED IN STABLE FOR 44 YEARS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LOCKED IN STABLE FOR 44 YEARS £]NNA, (Sicily), Sat. Free after being locked up in a village stable for 44 years is 64-year-old Giuseppa Giorano. She told police that she had been kept there by her brother and sister-in-law

'Accept that five p.c' plea by Jamil [ARTICLE]

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'Accept that five p.c' plea by Jamil I£UALA LUMPUR. Sat. Industrial and manual workers were today urged to accept the Government's Interim offer of a general pay increase of five per cent of their basic salaries with a minimum of $10 per month. Speaking at the annual delegates' conference of

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and when the flame goes out jBT tip V m* J% If v S~/~\~^ When the 3rd SEAP Games close and the (V*C) crowds go home the flame at Merdeka Stadr)^v} ium will go out. But that flame only symbolizes the ideal of the Games. The ideal of achievement through

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IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM •m n.,<. >/« WMaaail MILL IRNtIT Masai OMB* d»«r '.rcti- a*a) on tk* I9tn Ueeaaaßai "ut, -< mmm i

ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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RELIGIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS [ARTICLE]

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OPINION

ON A NOTE oF JOY... [ARTICLE]

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ON A NOTE oF JOY... IpOR the people of MalayMa and Singapore. 1966 ends on a note of loy. Officials from the two countries, who meet soon to discuss closer economic i-o-operation, will kick off with the task of setting up motor car assembly plants. mi* could be the happiest

...AND SORROW [ARTICLE]

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...AND SORROW r*OR Harun bin Bahart. a tracer In the Taiping Town Council. 1965 has ended QO a note of tragedy On Monday ne «;<s showing his wife over their brand new home in Kanimiung when a kjolt of lighting killed her. Inche Harun escaped, but his little daguhter was

SUPER DIET [ARTICLE]

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SUPER DIET RECORDS tumble one after another at the SEAP Games In Kuala Lumpur The reason is not hard to Qnd Better traiiniiK motnods and. more important, better food and a revolution in eating habits is turning out a Digger, taller Mima A Sunday Times survey that more and more

WET TEST [ARTICLE]

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WET TEST I ONLY nvpocrlle.s are impartial about the oattle tor the A^hes In Malaysia the fans are talrly divided Some want Australia to win More want. England 'o come on top because, after all. they are the challengers rhe r'lrsr Test in Brisbane waM rained off to a dlsHmuUlllm

Letters

DATO ALBAR IN TAIWAN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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DATO ALBAR IN TAIWAN A MAIJtYSIAN trade dcle«a- non. led by Seuaior Dau> I H lan. recently vblted Taiwan. Dato Byed Ja Htar Alba: was a member ol (he delepation When a.sked vktmi lmpies.-ra nitn mest about laiw.au. tie laM: The agriculture. In particular, the rice flelda." He admired the

SANDY SUBJECT [ARTICLE]

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SANDY SUBJECT IT was, recently suggested 'n the SUte As&emoly that Jotiore should stop the sale ot sii- d to Singapore to defeat me island's housing schemes. I had to read this more than once to make sure my eyes were not playing tricks on me. How childish can anyone

VICTIM VIC [ARTICLE]

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VICTIM VIC YOUR once-wonderlul comje--1 strip hero, Vie Flint. i& no more. 1 moan his ixt.sMi.,' The "new-loof Vie that has takes his place on your oages Is a repulsive imposter. a victim ot the new-art wave that has now come (o contaminate even the cartoon. CHAN TAN GOH, KOTA

EXAM MISS [ARTICLE]

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EXAM MISS wjr/-HEN 1 bat tor my Cam-br-.dce examination last year m a private candldutc 1 m shocked to ttnd out that I w:is not allowed »o si' tor a subject lhat 1 was entered tor. ThLs year when I went ror my Oral English test they put my name

TERROR TOYS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TERROR TOYS RONALD KINSEY BRINGS A CHRISTMAS WARNING -BEWARE THE DEATH FOR A DOLLAR' PLAYTHINGS CHHISTMAS is round Ihe corner once ;ignin. For many :i Santa (lavs in Malaysia, slrug^lintf lo stretch Ih c ever shrinking dollar, the speclre of death will add lo his worries al loy-buvinj? time. Unsuspecting

There's lots of room at the top [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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There's lots of room at the top SUNDAY TIMES CASH GUIDE TO THE JOBS THAT MATTER AS the reports come in al (he close of I h e school year, Singapore parents ponder the problem of their young hope f'uls. Specialisation now takes place earlier and earlier, and although a

'A funny thing happened to me when I was soldiering in Malaya...' [ARTICLE]

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'A funny thing happened to me when I was soldiering in Malaya...' R. RANSOM By AS Sergeant Roberta was always tell tnc as. an official message should never be altered But M.t\ mi In tn in tbr Far Cast for only frw weeks. I smiled as read: ".Major and Captain

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The News

One quick meeting and it's peace at Fitzpatrick's [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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One quick meeting and it's peace at Fitzpatrick's C IN (.A PUKE. Sat. Christmas »hopprrs today lir.iwtl a sigh of relief when the Hirer cl.ix >trike kf 200 workers or Fitzpatrick's supermarket in Orchard Koad MM called off following a settlement at the Labour Ministry M I p.m. 30 minutes

WELD SUPERMARTMEN STRIKE: EXECUTIVES HANDLE TILLS [ARTICLE]

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WELD SUPERMARTMEN STRIKE: EXECUTIVES HANDLE TILLS J^UALA LUMPUR, Sat. More than 100 workers of the Weld Supermarket, belonging to the National Union of Cold Storage Employees, today went on strike following a deadlock in negotiations with the management over better wages and improved working conditions. The strikers, formed into groups,

When doctors disagree on the use of that modern drill... [ARTICLE]

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When doctors disagree on the use of that modern drill... SINGAPORE, Sat. A few conservative dentists may oppose it. Some ultrasensitive patients may resent it. But. the nerve- wracking news today is that the whining, highspeed dental, drill is in Singapore to stay. The agonising truth of the matter Is

Koran reading [ARTICLE]

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Koran reading KLANQ Bat— The Sultan of Selangor opened the finals of tru Staie Koran Rradirig Competition at ttie town padang here ton. jilt

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by Lady Kllmuir. wife or the former Lord Chancellor and sister of actor Rex Harrison, at a dinner of the Salisbury, Wiltshire, branch of the National Council of Women: It would be nice to think at least I have been invited somewhere an myself. For wherever I so 1

Raise Forest Dept. staff, Perak Government urged [ARTICLE]

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Raise Forest Dept. staff, Perak Government urged IPOH, Saturday. THE Perak State Gobernment was urged at the Legislative Assembly Budget meeting here last ight, to increase the staff in the Forest Department in order to bring in extra revenue. The extra revenue would help the State to meet its expected

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by the Rev. H. Cook. In the ■MM magazine of St. Bartholomew s ReadingsThere is a danger of the tare meaning and messare of Christmas being overlooked or ignored It is a strange form of Christianity which can neglect the worship of Christ on His Birthday

Xmas at home for Ike [ARTICLE]

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Xmas at home for Ike WASHINGTON. Bat. Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, his recuperation from two heart attacks progressing well, leaves Walter Reed Army Hospital today for Christmas at home. The 75-year-old general, accompanied by his wife. Mamie, was to be driven to his farm at. Gettysburg. Pennsylvania. UPI.

Assembly meeting [ARTICLE]

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Assembly meeting KANGAR. Sat— The Perils State Legislative Assembly will meet on Wednesday and Thursday.

HOME BY XMAS BETS ON GOLDIE [ARTICLE]

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HOME BY XMAS BETS ON GOLDIE I ONDON, Sat— Goldle, the 1-1 escaped eagle from a London zoo, spent most of yesterday chasing dogs. Tiring of his perch In a treetop before the gaze of the world's Press. Goldle soared off on a half-mile spree swooping on astonished dogs. "He

10 killed in train crash [ARTICLE]

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10 killed in train crash SALAMANCA (Spain), Sat.— The Lisbon-bound "Sud Express" train from Paris and a local train collided today near the Portuguese border, killing 10 persons and seriously injured 14, railway officials announced. A.P.

1,000 singlets [ARTICLE]

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1 ,000 singlets KUALA LUMPUR. Sat.— The Minister of Welfare Services. Haji Abdul Hamid Khan, received 1.000 singlets from the Esso Company for flood victims in Kelantan and Trengganu today.

SNAPPED—A GRAB [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SNAPPED— A GRAB CAMERA EYE AIDS FBI IN HUNT FOR BANK ROBBER CAUGHT IN THE ACT THE unidentified man at left is photographed in the act of robbing the Blair Plaze branch of the Citizens Bank of Maryland, in the United States. The FBI released this picture to the Press

YOUR TV TODAY [ARTICLE]

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YOUR TV TODAY SINGAPORE CHANNEL 5 P.M.: 1 Opening and programme summary in all languages; 1.05 Twentieth century— Rommel; 1.30 Bclajar-lah Bahasa Kebangsaan; 1.35 Lassie The Racoon: 2.05 Apa Khabar (repeat); 2.45 Chinese cinema, Romance of the West Chambrr (repeat): 3.30 Tamil variety show (repeat': 4.00 Little Rascals; 4.25 Bonanza

Bomb blast near billet [ARTICLE]

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Bomb blast near billet SAIGON. Sat. Vletcong terrorists exploded a (rrenade in the street In front of an American officers' billet lonisht. Several Vietnamese were injured. There was a small taxi parked In front of the billet at the time. It was not immediately clear whether the grenade was carried

'Sister cities' move [ARTICLE]

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'Sister cities' move TAIPEI. Sat— Steps are being taken to make Taipei and Manila sister cities. The Taipei City Council has upprovrd a request by the Taipei City Government for such a relationship, reportedly proposed by Manila early this year— A.P.

Gurkha dies 18 days after clash with Indons [ARTICLE]

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Gurkha dies 18 days after clash with Indons l/UCHING, Sat. A Gurkha soldier. who was seriously wounded 18 days ago when his patrol clashed with a band of Indonesian terrorists in the First Division of Sarawak died at the General Hospital here today. The soldier. Rifleman Balbahadur Thapa. was a

Happy Xmas—from Queen Elizabeth [ARTICLE]

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Happy Xmas— f rom Queen Elizabeth LONDON, Sat. Queen Elizabeth today sent out 500 Christmas cards to her friends and. as usual, It was a lamily group picture. This years card *hows the Queen and Prince Philip surrounded by their children Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Prince Andrew and Prince Edward

C wealth break-up rests with all members' [ARTICLE]

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C wealth break-up rests with all members' If U ALA LUMPUR, Sat.— The Deputy Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr. P.V.J. Solomon, said here today that the action of one or two members would not cause the breakup of the Commonwealth. The West Indian leader was commenting on r.ha

Burmese girls impress [ARTICLE]

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Burmese girls impress KUALA LUMPUR. Sat Burma made themselvwi early favourites 10 win the women's volleyball championship when they scored an impressiv 3-0 win over Thailand at th« SBA hall today. Set scores werf 15-10. 15-3, 15-10. The other team In this tourney is Slr.Ripore. Singapore gave Vietnam a hard

Harun opens mosque [ARTICLE]

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Harun opens mosque KUALA LUMPUR. Sat The Mentrl Besar of Selangor. Dato Harun bin Haji idr:. will open the new Kampong Puah masque at the 3J milestone Gombak Road here tomorrow.

Victory on post [ARTICLE]

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Victory on post SYDNEY. Sal- C 7 to 2 favourite, got up near tilt post to win the Villiers SUkM al Randwick today by a .short head. In a tzcmendoiM Florida (33 to li was I and Flotsam (1 to 1 a rtMCt

S'PORE BASE INTEREST [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE BASE INTEREST gINGAPORE. Sat— Should the British quit the Singapore base? Tiie Foreign Minister, Mr. S Rajaratnam. in his policy speech in Parliament today made it clear that as far m Singapore was concerned, the British should remain. Those who wanted the British out of Singapore did not understand

Survival and togetherness [ARTICLE]

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Survival and togetherness By Our Parliamentary Reporters SINGAPORE, Sat. The Foreign Minister, Mr. S. Rajaratnam, yesterday defined Singapore's foreign policy towards Malaysia as "of a special kind" pach vitally dependent on the other for survival. He said: 'This policy must be based on a realisation that Singapore and Malaysia are

It's back to the old tick-tock without the jamming jewels [ARTICLE]

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It's back to the old tick-tock without the jamming jewels SOH TIANG KENG By SINGAPORE. Saturday BIG battle has all but fizzled out in Singapore a battle among some watch manufacturers to win the hearts of customers by jamming the works with jewels galore. Watches boasting of as many as

30th birthday joy for United Bank [ARTICLE]

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30th birthday joy for United Bank SINGAPORE. Sat.— Five employee.- 01 the United Overseas Bank Ltd. today received valuablp Rifts from the bank for having completed 30 years of service each with the bank. The bank celebrated its 30th anniversary tud&y with a cocit:.u! it its head oiflcc in Chulia

Raja Muda will inspect parade [ARTICLE]

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Raja Muda will inspect parade IPOH Sal.— The Kaja Muda of Prra'k will inspect thf pas*-iiiK-out parade tomorrow of S3 M:ik<y.ian B«d Cross directors and officers now attending a 10--day course here. He will also present awards to the five beat candidates in the course for "all round efficiency."

$5,000 for church [ARTICLE]

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$5,000 for church PENANO. Sal Hie •M.urmar of the Penan* Inland DMMet Rural DevelopmrKT executive onmmttTwv Tuim Sved Zpina. Ahidin Jamalullail. MW ,ln ores-mrd a $5,000 nit-uue ro the Methodim Tamil Chur^b

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by the Rev. Francis Robert*. Vicar of Little Mlssenden, Buckinghamshire, in his parish magazine: Who can blame the cynic his decree that Christmas is a humtrag lacking in sincerity a commercial gimmick when to many its associations are eating, drinking and spending, passing unnoticed the babe in the manger

GOOD ENGLISH gives you Confidence [ARTICLE]

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GOOD ENGLISH gives you Confidence An Interesting Booklet for Readers of the '^Sunday Times" Hundred* of ambitious men and women have discovered laUng. sunpliiied nay U> unpro\e their English gain telf-confldence and develop their personality. Readers of tne Sunday Times *no wish to become good conversationalists, to write Interesting letters

MARION—THE PROFESSOR ON QUEST FOR FESTIVAL ART FUND [ARTICLE]

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MARION— THE PROFESSOR ON QUEST FOR FESTIVAL ART FUND Margaret Burrows By Singapore. Saturday gINGAPORE was one of the ports of call for Miss Marion J. Kerr, associate professor in the department of music of the University of Hawaii, who is on a search tour of the arts with the

Kin Tats bid [ARTICLE]

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Kin Tats bid LONDON. Bat— Lee Kin Tat. Malaysian player who has lived In England for some years, reached the final of the men's singles In the London open badminton championship*! at Crystal Palace here this morning Lee defeated West Oerman champion Foiling Bochow 15-«, 5-6 to qualify for a

Burnley narrow lead of Liverpool to only two points [ARTICLE]

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Burnley narrow lead of Liverpool to only two points LONDON. Saturday. HEAVY rain throughout the country played havoc with today's English league soccer programme. Waterlogged grounds caused the postponement of 14 matches, and three other games had to be abandoned because of atrocious conditions. First Division leaders Liverpool, perhaps a

Azman in two semi-finals [ARTICLE]

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Azman in two semi-finals KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. Malaysia's Davis Cup player S.A. Annan entered the men's singles and doubles semi-final ot the BEAP Games tennis Individual championships on the Selangor Club courts here today. In the singles, Azman beat T.S. Kirn of Singapore 6-4, 6-0 to qualify, and In the

10-6 victory for Penang Frees [ARTICLE]

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1 0-6 victory for Penang Frees PENANO. Sat— Free School beat Raffles Institution. Singapore, by lo points (two goals) to Ctwo tries'* at rugger here todar Wong Mcl «cored the flrrt try for Frees In the seventh minnta and Cheow Wan* rot another trr three minutes later. Pine Choon converted

Camhodia will content silver [ARTICLE]

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Camhodia will content silver KTTAT.A LTTM^tTR. «at. Pirnhodls beat Smith Vietnam «s.«o lp the men> rtttH«inn of the STTAP Oarpes basketh.ll ch»m--olon«hln here top'tM after leortine SO-94 at half-time The CnmN«")in« tne»t V«l»»--«1« for the «'lver metiHi Thailand "-on the <mld when they beat Malaysia thu morning.

Title in Roche and Newcombe [ARTICLE]

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Title in Roche and Newcombe AmnoURP! Bat. Tnwi« Wimblwinn chamrrtonn John N#*roHih» and Tony Rorhe bomt»<l their rhavr+x of r»r>rr>«*nMne Australia In the Doris Ciiti rrmllmef rounH double* *»»In*t Smiin «-Ith rtr*l<rht-»t. Wtnrr f>™r Roy F"»li«on »nd Stone 'n th» final of the VWpH» n i n^n t^nnlx chamPir<nxhln< r«t«ritir

Friday's results [ARTICLE]

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Friday's results LONDON. Sat— Result* of soccer matches played on Friday: English Dlv 3: Bournemouth 0 Exeter 1. Walsall 2 Hull 4. York 0 Brighton 1. Worklngton v ReadIng postponed. Dlv. 4: Southport 2 Stockport 0. Renter.

MCC by 5 wkts [ARTICLE]

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MCC by 5 wkts BATHURST. Sat— MCC beat a New South Wa'es Country District's XI by five wickets In a ore-day match here today. Bcores: Country XI 221. MCC Zo6 lor mx (baited on).

Singapore moves in on the big wheels [ARTICLE]

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Singapore moves in on the big wheels SIA CHONG YEW B, FREE FOR ALL AS CHINA MADE CYCLES CATCH UP ON BRITISH SINGAPORE, Sat. Singa pore-made bicycks ma> ■>(;uii join the big race to keep moving in the city's overcrowded streets. The main uuiiirnciers now ar»British. Chinese and Japanese ma

Podgorny in peak of power [ARTICLE]

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Podgorny in peak of power MOSCOW. Sat Prv1 do in Nikulval V. Pod!>'orny has given up his lurmiT functions in the powerful Secretary of the Communist Party's central committee to devote all h:s time to his new office, a high Soviet official sa-.d yesterday. Mr. Podgorny. rlec'fl President Lift week

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by the clerk to Chatham Magistrates' Court )MMMM] when a policeman explained that "chorred" was thieves s>lang for stealing. 1 wish we could be supplied with a glossary so u<rnuld keep up with these trrms.

ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE j CINGAPORE. Sat. Business in and reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Stock Exchance today with the number ol .shares traded in brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Bou s t cad '2.0001 $1.71. 18.000) $1.70: Ounlups iI.OOOi $1.79 D '2 000) I Sl.BO D.

Not-so-golden harvest if Govt holds up millers' millions [ARTICLE]

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Not-so-golden harvest if Govt holds up millers' millions ALOR STAR. Saturday. I^HE Government's d^ay in settling bills is worrying rice millers who need several million dollars to buy padi from farmers during the current harvest. A leading miller. Mr. I Chew Beow Chuan. today i said: "Under the existing agreement

Berlin Wall is opened for Christmas visits [ARTICLE]

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Berlin Wall is opened for Christmas visits DERLIN. Sat -The East Oer- mans opened the Berlin Wall today for West Berhners to make Christmas visits to East Berlin relatives. It will close again on Jan. 3. It will be the *ixth time mikt the wall was built in 1961 that

Ayub off to Ankara [ARTICLE]

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Ayub off to Ankara BONN. Sat. President Mohammad Ayub Khan ol Pakistan leu Bonn today after a round of talks with West German Chancellor Ludwing Erhard. President Heinrich Luebko and other top West German personalities. He was bound for Ankara. Turkey, where he ai to mepi high-ranking Turkish officials. A.P

Hope leaves for Saigon bases [ARTICLE]

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Hope leaves for Saigon bases HOLLYWOOD Sat. Comedian Bob Hope leaves for Vietnam today on his annual Christmas tour of U.S. military base. This year, the comedian 1 ;s a two-week tour that includes I bases m Vietnam and other South East Asia points.

Military tattoo [ARTICLE]

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Military tattoo SINGAPORE. Sat— The Sineaporc Inranti-y Regiment will hold a military tattoo on Tliurs- day.

SERPENT STIMULATORS [ARTICLE]

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SERPENT STIMULATORS HONG KONG. Sat. Hong Kong people eat about 4.000 snakes a day at this time of the Ml most of them from China. A snake lianquet for 10 to 12, considered a delicacy and health tonic by Southern Chinese, costs as much as $9".. Reuter.

COMING UP-A CUPPA FROM THE GIRL WITH BEAUTY AND BRAINS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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COMING UP-A CUPPA FROM THE GIRL WITH BEAUTY AND BRAINS KHOR CHEANG KEE By MISS INTERNATIONAL 1964 GETS A YOU'VE PASSED YOUR EXAM' CABLE ON HER WEDDING DAY PENANG, Sat. A former beauty queen. Miss Suxie Oiik Slew See. had more than uri reason to be the happiest girl in

Jungle surrender date for Ma the bandit wanted for murder [ARTICLE]

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Jungle surrender date for Ma the bandit wanted for murder ALAN HARM AN From BANGKOK, Saturday A NY day now a police officer will go into the jungle to meet Ma-E-Saw the bandit to negotiate his surrender. Wanted for murder, ex- r tortlon and other crimes in the Southern provinces,

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE —by the Rev. Fr-ink Hall, vicar of St. Barnabas Church. Twerton. Bath, writing in his church magazine: All irresponsible attitude to sex is bound to cause vast unhappiness. because it will ruin marriage and home life, and it does and will bring to birth many human beings destined to

Razak: All set for Burma [ARTICLE]

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Razak: All set for Burma KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak. will lead a 21 -man delegation on an official visit to Burma on Wednesday. Members of the detonation include: Inche Benu bin Abdul Rahman. Minister of information and Broadcasting: Dato Ismail bin Mohamed AH. Governor

BLACK ROCK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BLACK ROCK Vf AATSUYKER ISLAND, Australia's A most isolated light station, is a bleak black rock rising like a whale from the sea off Tasmania's SouthWest Cape. The world comes to Maatsuyker three times a year weather permitting with the arrival of the lighthouse servicing ship. Three families live there.

The beer boys take to toddy [ARTICLE]

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The beer boys take to toddy |£UALA LUMPUR, Sat. More Indians are taking to toddy because of increased taxes on other liquor. Mr. A. Tharmalingam, a leading toddy contractor, said today 1 Many beer drinkers are switching to toddy because "a bottle of beer costs as much as $2 whereas

$800 samsu fine [ARTICLE]

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$800 samsu fine PARIT BUNTAR. Sat.— Tan Kean Hiang, 71. was yesterday lined $800 for having 21 gallons of samsu on which $78 duty bad not been paid.

ENCYCLOPEDIA SETS FOR 22 COLLEGES [ARTICLE]

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ENCYCLOPEDIA SETS FOR 22 COLLEGES IfUALA LUMPUR. Sat. The Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khlr Johari today accepted 22 sets of the Encyclopedia Americana from the United States Ambassador, Mr. James D. Bell. An American publisher decided to (rive the books for distribution to Malaysia's 22 Regional Teachers Training Colleges,

CHARITY? NOT FROM ME, SAYS 200 p.c PROFITEER [ARTICLE]

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CHARITY? NOT FROM ME, SAYS 200 p.c PROFITEER JEFFREY FRANCIS from Jessalton Sat. THE chairman of the Sabah Alliance, Tun Mustapha bin Datu Harun, yesterday called on the State Government to take stern action against shopkeepers now raking in huge profits. The Tun now in Kuala Lumpur for the Alliance

QUOTE [ARTICLE]

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QUOTE by the Raja of Perils at the tenth Apex Bank delegat**' conference at Kangar> The co-operative societies have a very useful r«le to play in helping the ra'ayat they would save members from being victimised or exploited by middlemen and money-lenders and they would enable members to raise funds

Annual picnic of PAP branch [ARTICLE]

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Annual picnic of PAP branch SINGAPORE. Sat.— The Sjr- i lap branch of the PAP will hold its annual picnic at the Kranji holiday camp lomorro-v from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Th.>re will be games, music contests and other items of entertainment.

Koran finals date [ARTICLE]

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Koran finals date KANOAR. Sat. The Koran reading State finals in Prrlis will be held at the Kangar stadium at 8.30 p.m. on Dec. 30.

Renew road tax early call [ARTICLE]

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Renew road tax early call SINGAPORE. Sat. The R»KiMrar of Vehicles, Mr. Hwa Soon Ch'.ia. today advised motor j vehicle owners to renew their vehicle licences about the midi die of the month before their licences expire, to avoid contention and queues at the KOV office. Vehicle owners can also

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The second best secret agent [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The second best secret agent .TIHARLEB VINE Is VJ "LICENSED TO KILL." and this he does with great gusto. Here Is another of those bigger than Bond adventures that have more dead bodies, more fancy guns and more girls than a real secret agent could ever dream about. For those

THE THEATRE [ARTICLE]

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THE THEATRE ■THE lv si periormmice by llie Singapore Musical Society, of excerpts from Handel's "Messiah" ;s at «5.15 tomorrow evening. This early hour has been chosen so thai children may enjoy listening to parts of this masterpiece by one of the leading musical figures in England during the 18th.

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Marathon race row over car lift [ARTICLE]

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Marathon race row over car lift E. frida By KUALA LUMPUR, Sat. The punishing 26 miles and 385 yards marathon today ended in a controversy but one fact was undisputedly clear the winner by a convincing margin was the Burmese long distance ace, Sumbwegam. The dispute was over second placed

Goal average decides gold for Singapore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Goal average decides gold for Singapore L"UALA LUMPUR. Sat Singapore won the SEAP Games waterpolo sold medal on goal average ;\iter they were held to a 5-5 draw by Malaysia in the final match this afternoon. Singapore had beaten Thailand 21-0 and Malaysia won their tie against Thailand 11-0. Malaysia

Thais in fight [ARTICLE]

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Thais in fight KLALA LUMPUR. Sat. Th.iiliind beat Suißapore 49-28 to keep in contention for the cokl medal in the SEAP Games basketball (women's section^ lure tonight. The Thai girls niert Malaysia in tile deciding match tomorrow.

Spills put Singapore out of cycling team pursuit race [ARTICLE]

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Spills put Singapore out of cycling team pursuit race KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. 'rHERE were thrills and spills in the Seap Games cycling championships when elimination rounds for two events and one final were held at Malaysians, went crashing against the white stand barriers uf the .stadium as y field of

Cambodians set for TT title [ARTICLE]

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Cambodians set for TT title T£UALA LUMPUR. Sat. Cambodia, fourth to world champions China and runnersup Japan in the recent 10-na-tion meet at Peking, are set to win the gold medal in the table tennis team competition. They won both their matches easily today, beating Singapore iind Thailand by 5-1

SERVICES QUALIFY FOR RUGBY FINAL [ARTICLE]

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SERVICES QUALIFY FOR RUGBY FINAL CINGAPORE. tint Snißaporc Joint Services. defending champions, beat Singapore Civilians by 25 points (two goals, five tries) to three (penalty) today to quality (or the Malaya Cup rugby linal ugainst Selangor on Jan. 8 An unusually large crowd, anticipating a thriller, turned out to watch

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Yap, 31, wins without fault [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Yap, 31, wins without fault LIM KEE CHAN A/EIGHT LIFTING GOLD MEDAL "OR MALAYSIA \T LAST By KL'AI.A LUMPUR, Sat. Yap Meng Soon, a 31 -year-old hank cashier, won the first MMuhtlifting Seap Games sold medal for Malaysia at the Chinese Assembly Hall this mornkftg He competed in the midneavvwpitjht

Visiting teams praise food and facilities at Games Village [ARTICLE]

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Visiting teams praise food and facilities at Games Village KUALA LUMPUR. Saturday. -pHE Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak bin Hussein, who is also chairman of the Ortjanising Council. Third Seap Games, has refuted and described as "unfair and mischievous" an agency report published abroad of alleged complaints about food

MALAYSIANS FIGHT HARD BUT ARE NO MATCH FOR SKILFUL, FAST THAIS [ARTICLE]

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MALAYSIANS FIGHT HARD BUT ARE NO MATCH FOR SKILFUL, FAST THAIS ALBAN GOMES By KUALA LUMPUR. Sat. Thailand, gold medal winners at Rangoon 4n 1961. retained the Seap Games basketball championship this morning when they beat Malaysia 72-55 for their fourth straight win. The Thais, who finished fourth In the

3-IN-ROW FEAT BY SHOOTER KRISDA [ARTICLE]

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3-IN-ROW FEAT BY SHOOTER KRISDA F. EMMANUEL By I/LALA' LUMPUR. Sal. Thailand's Krlsda Arunwongse today established him.self as the best 50m *«mall-bore rifle (three positions) marksman In the South-East Asia Peninsula when he won with a record 1.075 at the Subann range. It was Arunwongse's third straight triumph In this

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WEIGHTS FOR 11 RACES AT PENANG [ARTICLE]

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WEIGHTS FOR 11 RACES AT PENANG |>l S \N(.. x.t. 1 Wnxhts 11. 1 all w»rn tares mi I In- »ir-»l day ut Naug Vnun-Ncw \■.l r| meeting on l)r>. H: OOVKKNOi: n ll' CI 1 Div I—Sir1 Sir Grenadier !).O9 Roxal llrritace IU Pizarro II ».00 hampion 8.11 Credit

Bon Viveur—by short head [ARTICLE]

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Bon Viveur— by short head ITUALA LUMPUR, Sat. 1V Bon Viveur, well r ridden by Cairns, snatched a short head win from Paths of Wis- i dom in the It Patron Cup for Class 1 horses at today's amateur meeting at the Selangor Turf Club. Downing Street, ridden by Miss

BIG SWEEP [ARTICLE]

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IN MtMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MtMORIAM IN LOVING Memory o( Dona' Beatrice Reginald called to real' 19.12.62 Ever remembered by her I loving mother, brothers and -si.-terv I

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SALUTE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SALUTE NORMAN SIEBEL 8y SALUTE SALUTE SINGAPORE'S GRAND SLAM IN SWIMMING AND PAT'S 8 GOLDS THAILAND'S 2 QUICK GOALS WHICH EARN PLACE IN THE FINAL OINGAPORE tonight took their medal revelry all the Jubilant way to 18 golds. 12 silvers and four bronzes before the Third Seap Games swimming championships

GOLD TALLY [ARTICLE]

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GOLD TALLY 'I MI I medals position at the end of the fourth day's rompetition in the Seap Games. Malaysia 26—27—24 Thailand 25—22—26 Singapore 24 19 20 Burma 15 14 13 Cambodia 11—13—14 Vietnam 0 2 2 Laos o— 0— v

BURMA BEAT MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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BURMA BEAT MALAYSIA rrHAILAND tonight qualified for the final of the Seap Games soccer competition when they beat Vietnam 2-0 at the Merdeka Stadium. The Thais thus confirmed their superiority over the Vietnamese whom they had beaten 2-1 in the preliminary round. Vietnam moved in agresslvely in the very first

* ALL THE RESULTS * [ARTICLE]

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ALL THE RESULTS SHOOTING Small-bore rifle 3 position* (Stall 1 K. ARl'NWONGSE (Thai) 1.075 (383. 352. 340) 2 Kyaw Shfln (Bun 1.060 (380. 354. 326) 3 Salai Srisa thorn (Thai) 1.059 (379, 356. 324); 4 Lee Choh Ming (81ng) 1.039 '381. 335. 323); 5 Wong Foo Wah (Mai) 1.031 (374.

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That deadly criminal on our roads could be you... JACK NEWBY By A MAN AT THE WHEEL OF A CAR HAS A LETHAL WEAPON UNDER HIS CONTROL— AND IF HE PROPELS THIS TON OF METAL AT A SPEED AND IN A MANNER LIKELY TO KILL OR MAIM, THEN HE CAN

No name on his birth certificate [ARTICLE]

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No name on his birth certificate IWAS born in Singapore, but my name was not registered in my birth certificate. Can I claim to be a Singapore citizen? A.Wloi > i/ou can produce BOtisfact try evidence to prove that the unnamed birth certificate relates to you. you Kill be granted

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WHERE CHILEREN LEARN TO SMILE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WHERE CHILEREN LEARN TO SMILE OLWEN REED TELLS YOU WHAT IS BEING DONE FOR SINGAPORE S SPASTIC CHILDREN CHILDREN en joying themselves in ;i swimming pool Nothing unusual ■boul that, you might think, bill these are very special children. They ■re some off Singapore's "spaslics" at one ol their regular

JANE LEE [ARTICLE]

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JANE LEE MY boy friend lodges with my family. He is out most evenings because, he says, he does not want to distract me from my studies. But I am unhappy because he spends a lot of time with the neighbour*. They have a pretty daughter who is trying hard

Eyes right! Beware the pencil peril [ARTICLE]

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Eyes right! Beware the pencil peril A STRING of can arrived at the Town Hall for a first night performance of it popular play Elegantly dressed women with their smart escorts stepped Into the theatre lobby. They took their seats. A bell rang. The play WM about to begin. Backstasc

ALEX LEE'S PAGE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ALEX LEE'S PAGE A WEEK TO GO -AND THESE FESTIVAL HINTS SHOW HOW EVERY MISS CAN BE A HIT... Christmai 1* the one "me whan girl* will be girts. When tKt romantic in all of us it revived the instant wa discard the military-precision workaday clothes tor the fettivc tore.

DON'T BE A HARRIED, HURRIED HOSTESS [ARTICLE]

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DON'T BE A HARRIED, HURRIED HOSTESS I NOW tome to the rescue of .ill those housewive* who view the six days before Christmas as a time of bedlam. This needn t be. If things are still disort;anlsed. there's still time for a really merry Christmas. Sit down and put down

PLAYING AT SPIES [ARTICLE]

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PLAYING AT SPIES SURPRISE your guests this Christmas by asking them to Join in a "spy ring." There's nothing sinister In this. I m talking about the- newest party game Called "Spy Ring." Its an international spy game .set In the newly-created city of Espiona. Sixtc'en mibassies are grouped in

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Getting top off air in just two minutes flat ! [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Getting top off air in just two minutes flat BRAIN operations ha\r Im-coimi increasingly frequent because new medical and surgical techniques permit successful treatment <>i disease conditiuns which were formerly hopeless. But the task of opening the skull for these operations has remained tedious and tiresome. Some sureeons find this

The DDT riddle: Is it sinner or saint? [ARTICLE]

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The DDT riddle: Is it sinner or saint? WIDELY -USED DDT has suddenly become suspiciously sinister. Recent experiments in the United States and Britain seem to indicate tnat birds with a high DDT content in their systems have low learning ability and are liable to lay sterile eggs. The question

So you want to own a racehorse [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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So you want to own a racehorse CHAN TIN WENG By §0 you want to become a racehorse owner? Forget it unless you are in the $50,000 -a year income bracket. A racehorse, the pampered darling of the turf, costs more to upkeep than an average family. You will have

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