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The Straits Times, 13 December 1967

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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■AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 Ik NiltilHlHl f<t!VVK[lil[lHr The Straits Times Estd. 1845 WEDNESDAY, DFX EMBER 13. 1967 15 CENTS or 18 CENTS W lKl» currtntr) (OH BMMM KDN. 2378:2590 M.C.(I»)t3M

Penang, Province curfew lifted [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Penang, Province curfew lifted OH KEE TIANG: By PENANG. Tuesday PENANG, rues. Ttenfka AiMini Rahman today Mlnoaneed that the curlew on Pcnang Island ;><>" Province Wellesley had I) ec n lilted "lor Kood. am glad there h.i\< in in mi farther Incidents in this State." the Prime Minister tol<l .1

Up go school fees [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Up go school fees Increases of $2.50 in lower classes and $5 at the top next year KUALA LUMPUR. Tuesday THE Minister of Education, Inchc Mohamed Khir Johari, today announced increases of $2.50 to $5 in secondary school fees from next year. Children m Korin Keinove lo Form Three now

Krian curfew cut TREMORS HIT INDIA AGAIN [ARTICLE]

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Krian curfew cut TREMORS HIT INDIA AGAIN IPOH, Tues. The curfew in the Krian district has been relaxed and will be in force from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m., a police spokesman announced today. BOMBAY, Tuesday. EARTH tremors shook western India today as rescuers hunlecl amid the rubble of Koyna

Ningkan to appeal [ARTICLE]

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Ningkan to appeal KUCHINO. Tues. Dato Stephen Kalong Ningltan. former Chief Minister of Sarawak. Is to petition to the Federal Court for the right to appeal to the Privy Council against the court's rejection of his petition against the Federal Government earlier this month

Manila says it in 136 pages [ARTICLE]

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Manila says it in 136 pages MANILA. Tues The foreign Office today announced the release of a new. nfi-pnge publication on the Philippine claim tn Sahah. apparently to prove that It has not given up the claim. UPI.

Tired surgeons put off plans for heart transplant No. 2 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tired surgeons put off plans for heart transplant No. 2 (UKTOWN, Tues.— South Africa's heart transplant WIMM MX rrportcd near exhaustion today but their lirst patient. I.ouis Washkansk.v latest picture, above uas described as "fit and well" 10 days after receiving his new heart. The team uas reported to have

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that... JAKARTA, rues —A MajorGeneral was stripped of mnk I i kpocket who lilted two gold Mars from his epaulette at Jakarta department .store. The newspaper New Pioneer reported that the unnamed General was on a shopping spree when he lost his insignia of rank.

'55 too old' says Dr. Leach. 57 [ARTICLE]

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'55 too old' says Dr. Leach. 57 LONDON. Tues— A Cambridge University social anthropologist contends that no man 55 years or older is fit to hold a responsible po.st in politics, industry, education, or research and development. Dr Edmund Leach, who is 57, was speaking in the BBC sponsored Relth

Passport seized [ARTICLE]

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Passport seized NEW YORK. Tues Federal officials yesterday seized Black Power advocate Stokelv Carmlchael's passport when he arrived back here after a fivemonth tour which took him to Cuba and North Vietnam.

'Liver girl' Paula dies [ARTICLE]

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'Liver girl' Paula dies DKNVKR (Colorado), lues— Little Paula Kay Hansrn, who was establishing liver transplant survival molds every day she lived, died yesterday in the University of Colorado Medical Centre here. Her death, nearly months after the transplant operation, was the sreond in thr pmerammr within three days, and

SEAP GAMES Five more 'golds' for Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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SEAP GAMES Five more 'golds' for Malaysia From NORMAN SIEBEL BANGKOK. Tins -Malay sia maintained tli<ir dominating lead inlo the linal iaj ol the alhleties rompetiti>in of the fourth KEAP (..lines here toil. is Ilirir fmtliiios -.hull' uitli tlio hot aftrniiMMi Mil a- '•■■<■ mine |aM inol.iK wi'ic .< il

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS OXFORD RELIEF OXf ORD. Toes The Oxford Committee f<> mine relief has mane CUJM available f»r r* hrf of \ictim« of India s Maharashtra earthquake -i ri

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Clashes in 15 of China's 28 provinces, says Moscow [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Clashes in 15 of China's 28 provinces, says Moscow r|M) K VI), Tues Radio Moscow s.ml last night tint Moody clashes between pro and .i ii l i .Mao forces have s|»i«':ml to IS of ommunlftt China's 2s provinces and autonomous region I in i I 11.4- l\ I'll s|irr.ill

Rusk rebuffs Senate panel [ARTICLE]

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Rusk rebuffs Senate panel NO Q-and-A SESSIOxN ON VIETNAM WAR—ON JOHNSON'S ORDERS WASHINGTON, Tues. The Secretary of State, Mr. Dean Husk, has refused to submit to a public question-and-answer session on Vietnam before the Senate foreign relations committee, it was disclosed here. Mr. Rusk wrote to the committee chairman. Senator

McCarthy: Vietnam war undoing the good Kennedy did [ARTICLE]

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McCarthy: Vietnam war undoing the good Kennedy did WASHINGTON. Tue.s. Presidential peace candidate Eugene McCarthy charged last night that th^ Vietnam war had robbed the United States ol the physical, diplomatic and moral mean> of settling the Middle East cr Senator McCarthy iDemocrat-Mmne.-.otai al&o Oiamed UH Mdoiiijj iiiuch ill the

SUICIDE CHARGE BY DOPED VIETCONG ON U.S. ARTILLERY BASE [ARTICLE]

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SUICIDE CHARGE BY DOPED VIETCONG ON U.S. ARTILLERY BASE AN LOC. Tues. American troops poked among the 124 Communist corpses around their camp and tried to find what motivated the suicidal Vietcong attack. They found the answer in little .<.ack> omtalning powder. "This i.s heroin." Capt. James Ownbrink an army

Soft landing [ARTICLE]

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Soft landing BACHt M. TUN A COUMI .-(in ■< ri: 1 ni.HiL landin? in thr Soviet yoMfiday. West Gf rniany s In.il Hut r lor Satellite and Spnre Research rrpnrted There were no further details immediately availnble UPI

Ulbricht visits Moscow [ARTICLE]

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Ulbricht visits Moscow MOSCOW. Tues.— Veteran East German Communist leader Waiter Ulbricht arrived here for talks as indication*. grew of a i toughening Soviet attitude I towards West Germany Mr. Ulbricht, heading a top-level party and governj ment delegation on his second visit to Moscow In six weeks, was met

New Arab summit set for January [ARTICLE]

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New Arab summit set for January OEIRUT. Tues.- Th« fifth Arab summit cont' ond since the Middle East war last Ju; will be held In Rabat, on January 17. Cairo Radio reported yesterday. Tinh decide on a date for the summit and to prepare a draft agenda. proved the following

Peking permits British envoy to go home [ARTICLE]

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Peking permits British envoy to go home J^()\I»O\ lvov nmnium.st (lun.i vcsterdaj aulh<>ri?»r(J a Brilista iliplom.u to leave the coantrj the first since it inipn'-i'il ,i l).m on exit \is;i>. for British diplom.ils i I >• hi t four months Ml" I he British Koreicn OfI niiciiini rd it had

Talking through hats of 1968 [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Talking through hats of 1968 I ONDON. Tues. It's a swinging style, complete with disc jockeys' chat if you like— a wool felt Regency trilby with built-in transistor radio. The young man looks into it at a preview of v 1968 range of hats for young men The hat on

Caravan for China with papal blessing [ARTICLE]

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Caravan for China with papal blessing ROME, Tuesday v \i: wan of six cars atlcan city jres■ii sponsored >0.000-mite journey through Europe and Asia ii the hop* 1 of eventually > aching Peking. The three-month trip sponsored by the [tallan motorcar firm. Mfa-Romeo, some car ap- pliance companies and a

Mr. Brown makes his peace with the Press [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Brown makes his peace with the Press I ONDON. Tues.—For- ci g n Secretary George Brown, Britain's most publicised Government Minister, made his peace with the British Press at a charity reception in the London Press Club last night. "I am prepared to rorglve you. 1 he told journalists.

Train wagon breaks loose with $144 m [ARTICLE]

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Train wagon breaks loose with $144 m LONDON. Tues. A freight wagon loaded with £20 million ($144 milliom worth of banknotes broke loose from a Liver-pool-bound train yesterday. A security alert to Scotland Yard brought police cars pourInn to Willesden Junction in north-west London to surround the wagon unti: a

$240,000 grab in street [ARTICLE]

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$240,000 grab in street KHANKFURT. lues. 8..n--dit.'i lirld up a bank messenger in a parking garage here yesterday and fled with 320 OJO marks iJ.'-W.ODOi. They escaped by iiunglinK into crowdi ut Cliru>i>BMt .'hoppers. UPI.

Russian build-up of mobile strike forces [ARTICLE]

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Russian build-up of mobile strike forces BRUSSELS. Tu«c. is evidence that the Soviet Union is developing mobile forces capable of reaching any part of the world, the Nato SecretaryGeneral, Mr. Manlio Brosio, said yesterday. At a Press conference on the eve of the Nato ministerial council meeting here, he also

Unconstitutional: That law barring Communists [ARTICLE]

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Unconstitutional: That law barring Communists WASHINGTON. Tuesday. THE United States Supreme Court ruled yesterday that a law which bans Communists from defence plants is unconstitutional. Thp law wa.s pas-ed ;U the height of the antiCommuniM campaign in the United Stattt in the XXXXX. The court, with two of its member

Paper scores a 'first' [ARTICLE]

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Paper scores a 'first' GLASGOW. Tui-s.— Scotland's evening nc.v^paper. the 110-ytar-rfd Greenoclc Telegraph, yestcraav became the nations Ia it wcb-of'si't printed daily newspaper The newspaper said It was the first chulv in Britain to convert from letterpress to lithographic print me uitrumt interrupting publication. UPI.

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New 20 and 50-cent coins: Now exchange up to $100 [ARTICLE]

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New 20 and 50-cent coins: Now exchange up to $100 SINGAPORE, Tues. The Board of Commissioners of Currency today issued more new 20-cent and 50-ccnt coins at 10 selected community centres and 10 post offices. .Mi-mbrrs of Iho public are now allowed to excharme up to .i maximum of SUM)

Wife lost finger in a chopper attack, court told [ARTICLE]

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Wife lost finger in a chopper attack, court told SINGAPORE, Tuesday. L-\l BUCK ENG, wife of a trisha rider, suffered multiple injuries including the loss <>r her lefl index finger, when her Imsl»;in<l attacked her with a chopper. ;i preliminary inquiry was (old today. Testifying, Lav said that she 'was

115,836 cars in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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115,836 cars in S'pore SINGAPORE. Tues.— There were 115.836 registered motorcars In Singapore at the end of last month an increase of 241 over October. The number of motorcycles including scooters has also increased by 986 to 80.194

SHOPS CAN KEEP OPEN ON THEIR OFF-DA YS [ARTICLE]

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SHOPS CAN KEEP OPEN ON THEIR OFF-DA YS SINGAPORE. Tucs—Shopkeepers who normally close their shops on Dec 22. Dec 24. Dec. 29. and Dec. 31 may open their shops for business on those day> without having to substitute another day in lieu. A Government statement announcing tins .-aid that they

Medical meet [ARTICLE]

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Medical meet SINGAPORE. Tue.s The Singapore Surgical S.-cieiy ,md the Suißical Chapter of Hie Arademy of Medicine will hold their firs; combined meeting at ihe patholoey lecture theatre. General Hcspital. on Saturday at 2 pm.

XMAS CHEER FOR YOUNG AND OLD [ARTICLE]

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XMAS CHEER FOR YOUNG AND OLD SINGAPORE. Tues Members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society will distribute Christmas gifts on Saturday to 300 children at the Abandoned Babies Home of the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus and the Canossa Orphanage. They will also visit and digtribute Rifts to

HORN VIRTUOSO TO GIVE A CONCERT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HORN VIRTUOSO TO GIVE A CONCERT SINGAPORE. Tucs Barry Tuikwcll. 3«. it claimed as the world's foremost horn virtuoso, «ill «i\T a two-hour con- i at tin* Singapore Conference Hall al 8.45 p.m. tomorrow. In the first half of his concert he will be accompanied by .Miss Margaret Kitchin. an

An evening of 'Carols by. Candlelight' [ARTICLE]

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An evening of 'Carols by. Candlelight' SINGAPORE, Tuesday. AN evening of "Carols by Candlelight" will be rk held at the National Theatre on Dec. 28 at 7.30 p.m. in aid of the St. Andrew's Mission Hospital. The singing will be led by a choir made up of representatives from several

Party for 600 children [ARTICLE]

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Party for 600 children SINOAPORE. Tues. The Catholic Welfare Services of Singapore will give a Christmas party for 600 under-privileged children of Tua.s Village and neighbouring kampongs on Sunday from 2 pm to 6 p.m. Rt the Tuas Village Centre

Unlicensed dogs: $50 fines [ARTICLE]

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Unlicensed dogs: $50 fines SINGAPORE. Tues.— Two women. Chee Saw Geok and Thang Yok Lang, who each pleaded guilty to a charge of keeping an unlicensed dog. were fined S5O by the Ninth Magistrate. Mr. Boey Kun Hong today. "The people of Penang cannot afford any further the luxury of

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Kedah curfew after 6 cases of arson [ARTICLE]

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Kedah curfew after 6 cases of arson NIGHT curlew has been imposed on six new areas on the outskirts of Alor Star town following six arson incidents last night. A police spokesman said: the situation in these areas was "tense." The areas affected are the mukim of Mergong and its

'Resign' call to Chief Minister [ARTICLE]

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'Resign' call to Chief Minister THE Penang branch of the Democratic Action 1 Party today called on the Chief Minister, Tan Sri Wong Pow Nee, to resign because of his "inability to cope with the challenges of his office." i > Alor Star, Tues a mother and her two children

Army exercise [ARTICLE]

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Army exercise SINGAPORE. Tues. The Singapore Army will conduct exercises tomorrow to Jan. 2 in the area around Tuas village in Jurong

Arbitration court to hear AUPE dispute [ARTICLE]

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Arbitration court to hear AUPE dispute SINGAPORE. Tues. < The Second Industrial Court has fixed Dec. 22 and Jan 12 for the continued hearing of a trade dispute between the Singapore Government :in<| the Amalgamated Union of Public Employees over a clause in their, collective agreement relating to overtime work

'Tricksters' warning [ARTICLE]

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'Tricksters' warning SINGAPORE. Tues. The Singapore Telephone Board has warned subscribers against confidence tricksters purport ing to be STB employees collecting donation* for festive MCttfcmc. The Board, which has received a number of complaints, said today: "These collections in unauthorised and any subscriber who w approached for a donation is

Forfeited cars net $30,855 [ARTICLE]

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Forfeited cars net $30,855 SINGAPORE, Tues. Thirty cars and a motor-cycle were sold for a total of $30,855 at a public auction held *oday by the Port of Singapore Authority. A total oi G9 forfeited cars and the motor-cycle had been offered for auction.

Brunei puts off spending on 5-year plan [ARTICLE]

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Brunei puts off spending on 5-year plan UUINEI TOWN. Tues A portion of Brunei* Five Year Development Plan announced in 19t>2 will have to be deferred, the State Financial Ofticcr. Dato John Lee. told the Legislative Council's Budget meeting today. Only schemes which would bring the greatest economic returns are

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Hotels full? A plan to put up tourists in private homes [ARTICLE]

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Hotels full? A plan to put up tourists in private homes OINGAPORE. Tues. An airline executive has come out with a novel suggestion that may help solve Singapore's serious but temporary shortage of hotel accommodation for tourists. Commenting on Finance Nfliiister Dr. Goh Kens Swee's Eudget speech in which he

Tengku: I had no hand in Upko move [ARTICLE]

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Tengku: I had no hand in Upko move KUALA LUIVPUR. Tuas f ENGKU ABDUL RAHMAN today stressed he played no part in the Upko decision to dissolve. Speaking to reporters at the RMAF airport on his return from Penang. the Prime Minister said there should be absolutely no suggestion that

KEDAHS NEW MENTRI BESAR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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KEDAHS NEW MENTRI BESAR 41.0K STAK. Ini-v The Kedah State Imno liaison committee, at a inertinu here last night, unanimously nominated Sved Ahmad bin Syed .Ma niiud Shahabuddin (above) as Iks State's new Mentri Be^ar. Sved Ahmad, the only nominee. Mill succeed Tan Sri Sycd Omar Shahabuddin. who died of

Famous Life Guards band coming [ARTICLE]

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Famous Life Guards band coming SJIXGAPORE. Plies. The band ol the Life Guards one of the most celebrated bands in the British Army will arrive in Singapore on Friday from London to make a 24-day tour of military units in the Par East. Under the baton of thoir Director ol

Indons seek port training aid [ARTICLE]

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Indons seek port training aid SINGAPORE. Tues ()F the 314 Colombo Plar. training awards Singapore Is offering in the New Year. Indonesia is interested mainly in port training coui This was indicated today by the Indonesian Minister for Manpower. Brig. Gen. iDr > Awaluddin Jamil, when he stopped briefly I

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Extort bid youth gets nine months [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Extort bid youth gets nine months CINGAPOM, Tues. A youth. Tan hin Huat. approached j. sawmill owner in his office at Woodlands last Kridav to demand SI. OOO. Claiming to be the "headni.m" of the (ii Tione Hai set-ret society of the '!4 (•roup. he told the owner. Lee licnu

Two killed in accidents [ARTICLE]

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Two killed in accidents wen killed last night in road accidents. I\\ link Kill. 19 died after he wu thrown ull his which skidded at the [unction of Kallang Road hiivl Mill Lane i Mm v i ii ii i> man was <l when he was down by a car

S'pore plan to break isolation of schools [ARTICLE]

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S'pore plan to break isolation of schools JACKIE SAM r By SINGAPORE. Tuesday. A MAJOR effort to break the isolation of Government schools especially Eng-lish-language ones has been launched. The aim now is to get every school identified with the community. The main feature is the establishment of advisory committees

Australian ballet company to give four shows in S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Australian ballet company to give four shows in S'pore SINGAPORE, Tues The Australian Ballet the largest professional ballet company ever to perform in Singapore— will be presented in four performances at the National Theatre by Donald Moore Concerts Ltd. in February. The Australian Ballet is rated one of the world's

Preparing for Marcos visit [ARTICLE]

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Preparing for Marcos visit KUAI.A LUMFUR. Tues. Pre.Mdent Marcos' AmMoH Press Secretary Mr. Roberto M. Ga.scia. arrived here today for a two-day stay to make preliminary arrangements for the Presidents vLsit next ninn'.h Accompanying him mm the general manaicer of Ma nila airport. Mr. Luis Tabuena.

Woman found dead [ARTICLE]

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Woman found dead TAIPINO. Tueo A housewife. Maciam Todk Ah Onn. 57. who lived in the Selama area. ■U found hiinumg from rubber tree v.slpiiljv by her .v>n. Teng Kirn Tien. 31. She had told her family ttel riM was going out to collect firewood. Police do not .suspect foul

Call for harmony by Kelantan's Mentri [ARTICLE]

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Call for harmony by Kelantan's Mentri IZOTA BHAKI'. Tues. The Mentri Be»ar of K.l.mUn Da to Mnhanietl Asri bin llaji Mud.i has called on the people to maintain uoodwill and harmony among the various races to preserve peace and order. He made the appeal at the prize-givinK ceremony of the

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CHANGING FACE OF CHINATOWN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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CHANGING FACE OF CHINATOWN $2.5 mil shopping and residential complex in Park Road r PIIIS is the massive S'i.s million shopping and residential complex in Park Road ot Singapore's Chinatown which is reaching completion. An urban renewal project by the Housing and Development Board, this modern building houses a three-storey

$1,525 prize for Unesco cultural write-up contest [ARTICLE]

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$1,525 prize for Unesco cultural write-up contest SINGAPORE. Tut-s The National Library Is organising on behalt ol Unescu a national contest for the best manuscript written In any of the official languages In Singapore on a cultural, literary, or popular .science topic mo.st sui; abli tor new reading audiences iur

EXTRAMURAL COURSES FOR NEXT YEAR [ARTICLE]

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EXTRAMURAL COURSES FOR NEXT YEAR SINGAPORE. Tut-.s. The O University ol Singapore today announced Its 11th progrannne of extra-mural-courses from January to June next year. 'lin.s programme hkblii .seeks to covei various neiu.s of in-|ei-e»t inciuauiK iimnaKemem ta» eaucation. paycoolog) sociology and social problems poUuci and international relations, health, appreciation

Big electricity shut-off [ARTICLE]

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Big electricity shut-off SINGAPORE. Tue^. 1 here will be no supply of elect ru-ity tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 7 pm. at Jalun Bukit Ho Swee. Tainan Hrv Swee. Tiong Bahru Road 'between Lower Delta and Out ram Roads i. Outram Road i between Sit Wall Road and Bmt Pol)

'Inland Water' [ARTICLE]

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'Inland Water' SINGAPORE TUM Ur DS Johnson "ill elve a talk on Our Inland Waters „iul their Life' at the University nl Singa]x>re's new lecture the.itre tour on Dec 20 at 8 l.i pm

Festival of drama, paintings show plan [ARTICLE]

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Festival of drama, paintings show plan SI.MiAPORL. Tuev The permanent board for the Congress of Malay Language and Culture plans to send a delcuation on a goodwill stud> tour of Indonesia in April next year. It is to raise funds lor this mission through a fcsli\.il of performing arts at

MORE VISIT DISPLAY CENTRE [ARTICLE]

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MORE VISIT DISPLAY CENTRE SINGAPOBE. in s Visitors to the Product Display Centre in KafTles Place are increasine The Singapore Manufacturers' Association today said that there uerc ll. lit. visitors last month an hwicsae «f ZJSZi vi '21/2 per cent compared with October The avcrace daily attendance durinc Xo\ ember

The beachcleaners [ARTICLE]

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The beachcleaners SINOAPORI i 150 nieii)i)eis in :hi "iiri>t Aaaoclatlon mill beach -ck Beach on Sunday n with the Tounsi Pron I tho Ix-acli Into a tourlsl Assisted by nbout M tii«- meotbers' fam d friends, the "bM will start the clean-ii)) at Hie Fisheries School Anioiii; tboac who Drill

REGISTRATION FOR ADMISSION TO 1968 AEB CLASSES [ARTICLE]

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REGISTRATION FOR ADMISSION TO 1968 AEB CLASSES TueS. Registration for admission into the Adult Education Boards 1968 secondary c v e n in g classes will be held between Dec. 20 and 29 1967. (excluding Sunday. 24th and Monday. 25th December) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily There will

39 COMPLETE COURSE IN JAPANESE [ARTICLE]

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39 COMPLETE COURSE IN JAPANESE SINGAPORE. Tuea other laii'h ol i!» st who successful]; compU-t' d .i course in the Jap i^c thi.> year. wIL duatc ,ni Ftldaj will receive theli i <it Sch(x>K M ai then grau the Raffles Girl.- Set School In Anderson I; 10 a m The

Sale of work by patients [ARTICLE]

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Sale of work by patients SINGAPORE I St Andrews Orti. v piiai will hold ita ami )i work by the petlenu p 111 to p ill .i i> m Mtnlatei Education, Inclie Huhitii Ishal >nd his «il( ,\in attend the necond funclOß

Annual review and display [ARTICLE]

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Annual review and display sixth Si: th* Boys BnijHde will hold us annual review and display >l lh« l'»Leb.tr Metl.oa at 630 pm on Saturday The secretan' of me I Red Cross. Mr T Matin will re\ie\v the parade and

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HONG KONG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HONG KONG RICHARD HUGHES Peking's bid to establish ties with colony Extracts from the book by Td rather quit first* Sir Alex remarked Twelve years ago Premier Chou an-lai proposed to the ihen Governor, Sir Alexander Graniham, that Peking should establish diplomatic representation In the colony. But Sir Alexander, a

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Hamid Tuah's son held [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hamid Tuah's son held PREM KUMAR: AS DAUGHTER APPEALS TO GHAFAR, UNGKU AZIZ... By Klang. Tuesday JJ EB E L l'armer iiamid Tuah's 24 year old son, Damhuri, was this morning arrested by police at his home in Batu Tiga. It was his second arrest. He was flrst picked up

Day's jail and $500 fine for stabbing i— wife [ARTICLE]

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Day's jail and $500 fine for stabbing i wife SINGAPORE. TUI Lee Boon Keng, 34, told a District Court today that hi' stabbed his wife one night in the Champagne Bar in Anson Road when she had refused to quit her job as a waitress. The prosecuting officer, Srnlor Inspector

Jailed: Thug who was beaten up [ARTICLE]

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Jailed: Thug who was beaten up SINGAPORE, Tues yVOKKERS or an iron foundry in Henderson Road yesterday tame to the mm of their employer, who was being assaulted by two extortioners. Mr. Ng Leong Tuck, the proprietor. had shouted for help aftrr the two thugs had pounced on him when

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Campus says 'no' to that $400 question [ARTICLE]

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Campus says no' to that $400 question KUAIA LUMPUR, Tuesday. THE burning question on the campus of the University of Malaya here today was: Can the students afford the proposed increase in hostel fees next year? And Berita Kampus a weekly newsletter of the Students' Union came out with an

Police seek the help of two youths [ARTICLE]

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Police seek the help of two youths Tues. Police today appealed to two youths, who last month helped arrest a Ml .itlcr siiatth theft in Stamford Koad. near (lie I'.S Kmbassv. to contact Inspector Krishnnn of Central PoliceStation. (Tel. 7200. ext. •201 1 The Police Secretary. Mr. Loke Foo Yee

'RAPHAEL OF CHINA'S' WORKS ON SHOW IN STORE [ARTICLE]

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'RAPHAEL OF CHINA'S' WORKS ON SHOW IN STORE SINGAPORE, Tues. Works of an international ly-known painter, Professor Chang Dai-chien, were shown to a group of selected i guests this evening. About 30 of his works mostly landscape paintings were shown at the special preview at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Shell names local man to top job [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Shell names local man to top job KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. Shell Malaysia today announced the appointment of Dr. Richard Hu as its new marketing manager, responsible for all the company's marketing aci tivities in Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. He takes over from Mr. W.P. Bird, who will be going on

The new GOC [ARTICLE]

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The new GOC SEREMBAN. Tues. MaiorGeneral Der«"k Horsford. 50. now G.O.C Northumbrian District in Britain will tnke ova as GOC. 17 Division. Malaya District, here late in 1968

Two manufacturers bodies may merge into single organisation [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Two manufacturers bodies may merge into single organisation I/" UA L A LUMPUR. 1V Tues. Malaysian manufacturers are likely to be represented by a single organisation from early next year. To be called the federation ol Malaysian Manufacturers it will be a merger between the National Chamber of Malaysian Manufacturers

Thugs held [ARTICLE]

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Thugs held PENANG. Tues. Detectives from the CID last night arre.sted two suspected scanKStpr.s m a house in Dato Kramat Road. A third suspect struggled with one of the detectives and escaped.

'Stop anthem in cinemas [ARTICLE]

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'Stop anthem in cinemas IPOH. lues. —An Alliance backbencher. Inchr Masud bin I'ntoi (Bagan Srrai). today suggested in the State Legislative Assembly that thj playing of the national ;\nthem in cinemas should be stopped. "Onl\ a handful of people stand up when the national anthem i.s |>layed in cinemas." he

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH BAEV KNONC KMAI afaj 7.1. or 64 panned away II at hu riri h..t I^lOVrrt daughter mourn hia lo»a. mc.cry

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS in W,,,H, lli (minimum) MR. A MRS. Imnk all lot th* good law f.. oi. m 13-IMT. MR. AND MRS. 1 'i...i..1i«1.h r for H>Kiatan<e. and valualil* •I ihrir wedding THI FAMILY of l;itr Mr. C. Anthony nnerl ol Uooa Kall.n. Mrtfell thanki. -j Ihe.r mriuin ''v.m. a» n.larut

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM r* fU rMMawO CAMPBELL: In rrrmiirMi mmori li .lrp«rl«l four jrr»r« "ii in ihoucht and

The Straits Times

Back To Normal [ARTICLE]

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Back To Normal There have been no incidents in Penang and Province W. llesley slice the beginning of the month. For the past lew days, the police have not had trouble even with CUrfeW breakers. These are the re-assuring (acts rv-hind the decision to lift the curlew in the whole

Hate Triangle [ARTICLE]

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Hate Triangle The Malaysian External Affairs Ministry has offered rMMOabla explanation of the casi iM Mi. K«m -nancies Faberas. the Filipino CUStoSBS official vho wm yiven a two-week visitor's pan when lie arrived in Je.ssflton to take up dutieunder the anti-smuggling ■fraament Kuala Lumpur d.'i not inform the Jesaelton immigration

Being "Friendly' [ARTICLE]

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Being "Friendly' Singaporeans will be taken ;'hack by ih, disclosure in an American-sponsored consumer marketing study ol tourism that some visitors to the Republic have not i found them a warm, friendly people." A British travel agent, on the other hand, has described them as capable of "matchless" human warmth.

A timetable for British recovery—and the Its' [ARTICLE]

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A timetable for British recovery— and the Its' MICHAEL BLANDEN THE effects of devaluation will show first on the imports side. In the last quarter of 1967 the balance of payments will worsen. For the whole of 1968. too, Britain will be in the red. Then, in 1969, will come

LEARNING MALAY [ARTICLE]

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LEARNING MALAY YUNUS MARIS LESSON 129 in a new series by OLOSSARY: Mundor <v> to be retarded, tadji backward; DI-abaiKAN (v) to be neglected; BERsharah tv) to lecture, to make a speech; disiplin im discipline BERuchap »v> to make a speech, to speak; PLranchang ui> organiser, planner; PENGator in) arranger,

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ACID ATTACK: SIX HELD [ARTICLE]

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ACID ATTACK: SIX HELD Victim's eyesight not impaired: Police working on revenge motive By RUDY BELTRAN: Kuala Lumpur, Tuesday DOLICE today held six petition writers for questioning in connection with yesterdays acid attack on the Senior Registrar and Inspector oi Motor Vehicles, Mr. Ong Say Bin. outside his office in

New member of Council Negri is sworn in [ARTICLE]

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New member of Council Negri is sworn in- ITUCHING, lues. The chairman of Party Bumiputra. Sarawak, Abang Ikhwan /aim. was sworn in today as a member of Sarawak's Council Neeri at the >t.irt of its Budget session. He was nominated to the council in place of his party colleague and

X-ray unit [ARTICLE]

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X-ray unit KAJANG. Tues The mo- bile unit ot the National TB Centre will be in Kajane on Dec. 22 and 23 to give free chest X-rays to the public.

Barisan attack on PAP branch [ARTICLE]

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Barisan attack on PAP branch SINGAPORE. Tues. The Barisan Sosialis today vented their anger over yesterday's conviction of 2b' l of its members and supporters by pelting a PAP branch in Persiaran KelUing with rotten eggs and black oil. Mr. Loke l-<>o Y( Uci .ci this happened a? about 820

Taipelrs mayor due tomorrow [ARTICLE]

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Taipelrs mayor due tomorrow KIALA LUMPUR. Tues 'lie Mayor of Taipeh. Mr Henry r. 8. Kan. and his Wift. will rrtvr here on Thursday for a Mr Kao trill call oo the r edern Tntn before with numcipal officers.

The future is bright, says Openg [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The future is bright, says Openg KUCHING, Tuesday FUTURE of great difficulties and great prospects face Sarawak, the Governor, Tun Abang Haji Openg, told the Budget meeting of the Council Negri here this morning. Formally opening the unt meeting 01 me six 1 n session 01 uu- council, Tun oyenK

Man foils a robber by biting off his nose [ARTICLE]

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Man foils a robber by biting off his nose KUALA LUMPUR. Tues. A man last night bit off the nose of an armed robber who tried to rob hrn at dagger-point at a bus stop at the 7th mile. Klang Road During the struggle. Mr P Arulmucam. M, disarmed the

Illiteracy is a handicap to Asian unions [ARTICLE]

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Illiteracy is a handicap to Asian unions I£UALA LUMPUR, Tues.— Difficulty In recruiting members is a problem commonly faced by trade unions throughout developing countries In Asia. Tins opinion m ex- d by Mr S K Muker- Jee. regional d. rector of Central Boon) ol Workers' Education in Inri a

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SWIMMING TIMES TODAY. Sedll! Kechil 6.12 am (7ft) 8.41 pjn. (6.Bft>; Singapore 819 a.m (Aft > 9.32 p.m «7 sft > Port Dickson 4.05 a.m. 18 lft) 432 pm. <6.6ft>; Port Swettenhflm 2.36 am (14.2 ft) 3.13 pm (12 4ft); Penang 10.32 am (5.7 ft) 11.04 p.m. (7.4 ft) TOMORROW:

Rebel Kifli: I was invited to meet Marcos [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Rebel Kifli: I was invited to meet Marcos 'VISIT ARRANGED ON YIP BASIS' CLAIM MANILA. Tuesday gELF-STYLED "General" Abang Kifli, the anti-Malaysia rebel leader whose visit to Manila last month touched off a minor controversy, maintains he was a guest of the Philippines despite an official denial. The stand of

East-West radio link survey completed [ARTICLE]

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East- West radio link survey completed |(I'CHINC.. Tuev A radio survey for a tropo->pherk- scatter communication link between Johore Rahru and Kuchinc has now been completed. Preliminary rrnorts indicate that the vrvry was successful and lh?re is a strong possibility of establishing a communication link of 48 channels or more

Passports warning [ARTICLE]

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Passports warning BANGKOK. Tue.s—Government authorities In Southern Thailand have warned Thai nationals wnn want to visit Penang to carry valid passports and not border crossing permits. Border croMtaß permits, which are obtainable at district offices along thp Malaysian border, are valid for travel as far as KPdah only, the warning

Church party [ARTICLE]

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Church party SITIAWAN. TOM. The St. Frar.eiN Catholic Church nere will hold a children's Christmas party on Sunday at 2 30 p.m.

Britain still obliged to defend Malaysia: Thomson [ARTICLE]

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Britain still obliged to defend Malaysia: Thomson I ONDON. lues _i he ('timmnnur.illl' retary. .Mr. Qewgt Thomson, vcslerri.ix < l.trified Britain's ohliu.ition for Maia>si.i\ external Uefenrr. lie s.iid in a writli'ti reply to question in the Mouse of Commons: "W'v h.ur undertaken to illdrd to the < .im ii nnienl

General Baker [ARTICLE]

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General Baker SEREMBAN. lues G( n.-r«J Sir Geoffrey Baker, Chief of the Imperial General K.afT-dp.-ign-'od the HQ 17 Dii DiMno; ben I Commonwealth Buij.itlr at Terendak .v >ierday und tod-«v.

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Straits Times Crossword A( Ross 5 And not one In lower ewe? 1. It's the devils' own date for frustration! (14). 8. Young Brown raises gold to Trouble about worship? 7 SSbVwy'itie last habl. wed 9. Amount of deviation from the get into! > 5-4 > flg trade, possibly (8).

Concorde roll-out day—and agreement on French spelling [ARTICLE]

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Concorde roll -out day and agreement on French spelling TOULOUSE (France). Tuesday. THE Anglo-French Concorde airliner, a aming white yiant which will carry passengers at about twice the speed of sound, made its official world debut here yesterday. To the strains of the national anthems of the two countries. Government

Dollars and scents [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Dollars and scents TIM TREE From SYDNEY. Tues. A woman who lost In r sense of smell and taste in a road accident has been awarded A 542.000 damages in Brisbane. THE ROLL-OUT- UPI pictur*

Rift in Aussie coalition in wake of the devalued £ [ARTICLE]

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Rift in Aussie coalition in wake of the devalued CANBERRA, Tues BRITAIN'S devalua--13 tion of sterling with its likely effect on Australia's primary producing industry has brought to the surtace a rift between Australia's governing coalition parties. The latent bitterness b?tween the two parties the dominant Clty-orientat-eu Liberal Party and

Family planning a basic human right, declare 30 countries [ARTICLE]

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Family planning a basic human right, declare 30 countries UNITED NATIONS, Tuesday. A WORLD leaders' declaration on population, containing the names of 30 countries and calling for universal family planning, was presented to the United Nations yesterday. In a ceremony, Secre-tary-General U Thant said: "I am very pleased to receive

Firm calls in 31,000 cars [ARTICLE]

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Firm calls in 31,000 cars LONDON. Tues. SUndardTriumph International British car makers, yesterday called in XXXXX of its Triumph 2000 .saloons for front bra ice ha be replaced I"he iomp.iiiv s.iicl t! -.r Imlurr.v on CMS, none of which caumtl accident It &a:d i in- trouble artftDMti >l from material

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COMMERCIAL NEWS and VIEWS

Saving in space [ARTICLE]

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Saving in space MOBILE STORAGE CUTS RENTS J^S Australian businessman currently visiting Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, hopes to Ik- able to help ease the problem of high prices and office rentals in the cities. He is Mr. John Wallis. technical manager of Brownbuilt Ltd. of Australia, manufacturers of steel storage

Planning manager goes to New York [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Planning manager goes to New York \TR I'an Ban Kenif. i above) planning manager of Mobil OH Malaya Sendlrian Berhad recently left for a one year advanced training course at the company's headquarters in NewYork A graduate of the University of Malaya. Mr. Tan. aged 26. joined the company In

Plant puts in most modern unit [ARTICLE]

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Plant puts in most modern unit A Singapore-American joint venture company in The Republic Sheng Huo Enterprise Ltd., has Installed one of Lhe most modern temperature controlling units In its $1 million plant extension which was opened by the Finance Minister. Dr. Goh Keng Swee, recently Sheng Huo Enterprises manufactures

WTI sets up agency [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WTI sets up agency THE World Trade International <WTI i has established its agency office (or South-east Asia in Kuala Lumpur. WTI. established in 1957. is an International trade consultant organisation with headquarters In Andorra, France. Inche Jamaluddin Baba. 37, Is the manager of the Kuala Lumpur office housed In

Awarded trip to Bangkok [ARTICLE]

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Awarded trip to Bangkok Mr. Walter Abeyitoonaselcer* Jr.. sales representative has received his reward for winning the Renault salesman competition In the form of a four day all-expense luxury tour to Bangkok Mr AbeyKoonasekera has been with Progress Motors for three years as a sales representative, and succeeded In winning

Technician leaves for West Germany [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Technician leaves for West Germany Mr. Tan, who had prertoasly been for training In Australia, is T"HK chief technician of the Klenile accounting machine department of The Anglo-Thai Corporation Ltd.. Mr. Tan Lye Sent, has JuM left for s week* advanced technical training in Wmt Germany at the Kienile factory

Second phase of plan [ARTICLE]

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Second phase of plan BAN Hui LeoiiK CO. Ltd will shortly be embaming on the second phase ol development in Ban Ouan Park, off Holland Road. Singapore The phase will comprise ot 44 units ol two-stoiey semidetached bungalow type houses of the latest design with modern ammenitle.s and la expected

In production [ARTICLE]

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In production The start of butadiene production by a Brazilian group Is a big step towards making the country self-sufficient m synthetic rubber, the Government Oil Monopoly Petrobras announced in Rio de Janeiro. Seventy-five per cent of the manufacture of synthetic rubber was based on butadiene, which up to now

SURVEY TOUR OF BICYCLE MARKETS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SURVEY TOUR OF BICYCLE MARKETS MR. L.R. Cooksley, managing director of Raleigh Cycles Sales (M) Sdn. Berhad left for an intensive tour of the Borneo territories on December 3 He will bi- away for two weeks. During hi* stay In Sabah. Sarawak and Brunei, Mr. Cookhley will concentrate on a

Singapore company produces coloured ladders [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore company produces coloured ladders A SINGAPORE company. manufacturing aluminium product* for the dotic and export market*, ha.s become the first la South East Asia to produce coloured ladder*. Tins was disclosed by Mr Low Tong Soon, sales supervisor Em Aluminium division of Dletlielm <fc Co Ltd. who said that

Student of honour [ARTICLE]

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Student of honour The general manager of Scandinavia Airlines and Thai International for Singapore. Malaysia md Brunei. Mr. John E G. Hovpt, hat> jn^ounced that Miss Maggie Lynn ot fc.-.S. Kuala Lumpur haa just returned limn ticketing and \at ions course toi Copenhagen. Miss Lynn became a student ot honour

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feELLERMAN BUCKNALL S.S. CO., LTD. SEE OVERLEAF FOR OUTWARD SERVICE FROM U K /CONTINENT. Llllißt lir Pattßf CITY OF WORCESTER -•> :n. IPt Today 14 14 Dm CITY OF JOHANNESBURG Rollerja^. Hriri. h< h. 14 it Oec 11 is Dk 21 71 Dm CITY Bf CHESTER It*. HantWl. 27 21

MELBOURNE STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE STOCKS MELBOURNE. Tues. Industrials eased with many losses over 10 cents BHP was down 45 cent* to $1465 and CMS. 25 rents to 54.35 Minliißs auam declined, but losses were le&s sharp. Nr w Broken Hill dropped 60 cents to $7.90 and Great Bouldrr was down 6o cents to

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES ON Uir lr«« iichan X t markil in Hontf Knn^ >. ct. t.l.ti thr U.I. Dollar waa amMadJ at li 11-t for T.T. and 6 U4t* for i -i-ii tirlina mat <jimt.<l .it 14. 4 b and on. Uil ol Hold al Gold Nr| at— d> UNM] on

JOINT RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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JOINT RUBBER PRICES |\l( I MISI K MrM K r.i(i> rubber i n.b. bu>rrs closed at 5 p.m. in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore yesterday at \H cents per Ib. up three-t'.gliths of a cent on Monday's closing level. The tone was quietly stead). X.A S. and M.R.E. closing; prices in

Straits tin gains on steadier market [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin gains on steadier market THE Straits tin prici- u.iintd 50 cents to 5581.50 per pu ul in Pcnans yesterday on a steadier market Increased demand was reported mainly from Japanese and American sources. In London on Monday afternoon the 3 months forward buyers' price fell £3} per ton.

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES mm. Coctnut oil: tmlk *fini rntUan, drum ■elltn Copra: Mind ii.n.ii. i loose Dec./ J, .n. IK c.int |35| K Ptopwr: MiuitiiK «hll. *IL'.S xHlitx. Sarawak white ml-.'j artltra, ipaelal I black skmi aaltan -Him tall V 6', HIM}, asta -ii 7» Milan i luo- M.Wi tiriKipore Cocc-.ut

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES l>.. 12. RUBBER PRKK: IX nts (up thrce-righths of a cent). TIN PRICE: 5581.50 (up 50 cents). Estimated ofTerini: Iso tons 1(1 ton*)

SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT V.MIPS LYING ALONCMIIC THI 1 SINGAPORE W H A R VI OR EXPECTED TODAY ARE: K«r» 1" 11. JMff I •1 Port SHIPS IN THE ROADS AS AT 9 AM ON DECEMBER tj Ejilern Rudi Kutana i Hoik A Munina, :.ai.ivo Mam. U run.; j.i... k..- i:

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES 1 in mad to n to United States: Buying II 33 13 18. airmail OD 13 16 credit I GinjM.i Selling TT of OD etJOy: Unittd Itlt^ Writ Climiny Nctntr l.iniK SwitierUnn I4O< B.u.nm 1.811; France ISA!; luiy SEU.3II; Urnmarii 243: Norway 2321; smiim ISSJ; South Arabia 13

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PRE-HOLIDAY DOLDRUMS CONTINUE ON EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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PRE-HOLIDAY DOLDRUMS CONTINUE ON EXCHANGE From Our Market Correspondent WITH only eight and a hall working days left hefort hristmas. as far as the stock befcaagt is now concerned, it h.is entered a period of real doldrums. I his «.(s particularly noticeable yesterday when turnover continued below a million units

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Malayan Stork Indirrs Dfc. 11 Dec. 1? 'Inriiistrialv U4JI 1'M. 73 •Propprtles; 131.14 138.53 vMinings: HJ.44 82.13 rubbvrs: 111.6 8 102.68 vDm. 29. lfMi2 100 Dec. 30. 19U6 100

BUSINESS ON STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS ON STOCK EXCHANGE [M'SIN'ESS IV \\l) i;i roKTHI 1J lo 111 l MNCXroKE AND HI \l lIMI'I R TRADINO ROOMS OF Mil. STOCK EX- lI AM. I I BTEKDA) WITH I HI \IMBKR OF SHARKS I I! MIHI IN BRAC kl 1 5 INDUSTRIALS: B*n and Ca. (4.000) os

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NOTICES NOTICES IN THE HIGH COURT OF OFFICIAL NOTICE THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE PROPOSAL TO CHANGE A Orljinatinr. Prtition No. 71 of 1967 SHIP'S NAME In thr Matter of TAN BOON Poll A COMPANY LIMITED I RNATIONAL i ines LTD. of IS. Market Btnet, And igapore 1. herein cup notice

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FORM I NOTICE BY COMMISSIONER RELATING TO INDEFEASIBILITY iSertion 84 111 I \OIHI. BY IHK OMMISSIOM.R Ol LAND RIUS. Whcrea.s 1 am sati.-ned oi the validity ot the replacement utio to the holdings described in the Schedule hereto, together with the names and addresses ot the proprietors thereof: And whereas

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I PUBLIC APPOINTMENT PERAK MALAYS HIGHER STUDIES SCHOLARSHIPS FUND The Boar a ot Trustee.' of the :..lay.s Higher Studies Scholarships Fund invite.- applications :rom Malays «ho are the subject of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Perak for Scholarships tenable at the University of Malaya or at other recognised Universities

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PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS PERAK NATIONALS (NON-MALAY) SCHOLARSHIPS FUND The Board ot Tru.>tees of the Perak Nationals (Non-Malay) Scholarships I-'ima invite api I nuns from Non-Malays who are the subjects of Hi.v Royal Highness the Sultan of Perak for Scholarship tenable at the University of Malaya 1 or University of Singapore beginning

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ZAINAL'S BIG MOMENT AS HE RECEIVES HIS GOLD MEDAL FROM TUN RAZAK [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ZAINAL'S BIG MOMENT AS HE RECEIVES HIS GOLD MEDAL FROM TUN RAZAK A PROUD MO- MENT for Zainal Salleh and Malaysia as he receives hit gold medal from Tun Abdul Razak. rh« Malaysian Deputy Premier. Zainal won the Seap Games high jump title at 6ft 3| inches. All the Seap

Bowling notes [ARTICLE]

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Bowling notes ABOUT 200 bowlers are taking part in the Malaysian upen championships which began last night at the Federal Bowl. Kuala Lumpur. Eighteen teams, including four of women, are vicing for titles which will be decided on Dec. 17. The Singapore team, led by Len Farrant. include Gary Burling

Heather-power and grace [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Heather-power and grace A STUDY of power and grace as Heather Siddons of Singapore strides to the finishing line to win the Seap Games 80m hurdles gold medal.

The 'Posh' and Bradford win Cup replays [ARTICLE]

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The 'Posh' and Bradford win Cup replays WORLD ROUNDUP CU(C'ER London. lues: Peterborough and Bradford won their FA. Cup first round replays last night Peterborough beat noni League club Falmouth 5-3 !iile Bradford beat Grinuby 4-1. In a First Division m eh. West Ham were beaten 3-3 at home by

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4jjp. ct%\l w The Lamest Sell in a Scotch Whisk y In The World Congratulations Best Wishes! FOTO CENTURY on your new showroom at 25, Killiney Road, Singapore from Sanyo Malaysia Ltd. Sanyo Sounds Exciting! &r 1 Th 6 iP**^ r Homebody I^' You'd strain your back just carrying this

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Malaysia bring off power finish [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia bring off power finish BANGKOK. Tues 5 'GOLDS' ON FINAL DAY RAISE TOTAL TO 18 \f ALAYSIA'S athletes today brought off a powerful and brilliant finish to remain loftily isolated from their rivals as the champions of the Seap Games. !ivt> more victories toiay. they raised their medals tally

ASIAN BOXING Terry hurts wrist [ARTICLE]

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ASIAN BOXING Terry hurts wrist COLOMBO. Tues. v Terence Stahiinati, the Malaysian welterweight, was advised by doctors to withdraw from th») Asian boxing championships i Stahlman. who won a gold mpdal at the Seap Games at Bangkok, injured his wrist during training here. Router.

CRICKET Singapore crash before pace attack [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET Singapore crash before pace attack |)*HTH. Tues The toiirli^ Stagapora cricket l«n: -ir third succesMv* defeat In Wes>rn Australia when they lost by six wlcketc to the Incognltl Club here today The Singapore side collapsed hefoie the persistent pace atuck of lan Oallash <5-17> and .lack Richards 1 3-43

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Rides and drives like a dream sa^^^ MITSUBISHI MOTOR VEHICLES OB K9 JV The Colt 1100 Sedan stresses comfort and con- As for convenience, the j?as tank is larjje for long trips, t f>* i iiijfj c^>c r ggldlgi vcnicnce. The interior is spacious; the mood subdued. padded dash and

ROUND-THE-CLOCK STREET PATROLS [ARTICLE]

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ROUND-THE-CLOCK STREET PATROLS PENANG, Tuesday. [RESPITE the lifting of the curfew throughout J the State today, troops and police are still maintaining round-the-clock patrols in the city and several outlying areas. Teams of three men on bicycles have been introduced to patrol the streets each team carrying radio equipment to

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS CLORIANA RODRIGUES < nor- fully on llL'ftT. mothrr of Amur Rodrigurs MRS CHEAH KENC KOOI nrc Low Jon Tcrt iy peacetally r.' tl Vaii Ah Shllk >lr-.' 1" nil lll.'ti; lot •rnnmion nt Lin l.iim Crematorium. WONC CMOO CHEE ftSCd T.I ™««rt I 2 13-S1 kdMn. behind hi l-«->-

Big victory for LBJ [ARTICLE]

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Big victory for LBJ BAL HARBOUR (Florida). Tues.— Organised American labour, representing 14 million workers, has rejected a challenge to President Johnson's Vietnam policy and overwhelmingly supported "that loneiy man In the White House." Only 10 delegates voted against motion by the resolutions committee of the American Federation of Labour

The money grabbers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The money grabbers RIDING on the shoulders of their boy friends, these mini-skirted girls are trying to catch banknotes floating in the air This is a scene from a 'cash MiaUhin?" conli- i held in Tokyo to advertise a new French ill- "i,;i Greakta V;-d-N iille 1 (Great Ad•••.mre). About

Nurses' suggestions [ARTICLE]

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Nurses' suggestions SINGAPORE. Tues. The Singapore Trained Nurses' Association has said that a more etlicient nursing service could be achieved if recommendations from the stall were constructively implemented. Stating this in the latest edition ol us monthly organ. i tattoo bind that n tbia could be done. then the an:i.m

London stocks [ARTICLE]

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London stocks LONDON. Tuei— Closing middle prices of selected stocks not including stamp duty were: RUBBER LONDON. Tues Spot 16;. d. Jan. 1613 16d.. Peb 17d.. March 17 3 ltd. Jan. March 17d.. April i June IT-d.. July Sept. 17", d. 1 iOct Dec. 17 15 16d.. Jan. March 18<sd.

John, 3, tells of tragic game with baby [ARTICLE]

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John, 3, tells of tragic game with baby NEW YORK. Tues The death »t a two-monta-old babj in Bristol, Inn neetieut was hl.imeil ywtoffJa i>n his thrrp-year-old hrotlc-r Tho baliv Kussrll K«u-k. was iiuii'il dead early M Sunday by his mother Her husband was it home but had been sleepinc

Senator Percy under Viet fire in village [ARTICLE]

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Senator Percy under Viet fire in village SAIGON. Tues. Republican Presidential possibility Senator Charles Percy came under Vi> mortar and small arms fire today while walking through a deserted village with four other American civilians. His wife was waitinc in a nearby helicopter which took olf :is two mortar rounds

Leadership course [ARTICLE]

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Leadership course SINGAPORE. Tues Tin Minister for Health. Mr Yonn Nyuk Lin. will aeclare open th. residential leadership tiamav course, organised by the Snai pore Red Cross Societ\. at ih. ted Cross holiday and tralnin centre in Tanah Merah Bhbi on Dec 17 at 10 .i m

Malaysians humiliate Filipinos, says Manila columnist [ARTICLE]

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Malaysians humiliate Filipinos, says Manila columnist AJANILA. T A Manila T nun columnist said today thai Filipinos "briii" humiliated by the Malaysians our on 1 y reaction seems to be one of lukewarm protest." The columnist, Maximo V. Soiiven, wrote: "The Malaysian Government at Kuala Lumpur has issued a lame

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