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The Straits Times, 14 December 1967

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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A royal coup in Greece [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A royal coup in Greece 'Follow me' appeal by King ATHENS, Wedncsdau KING Constantine today led army units in a revolt against the ruling military junta. Tanks and troops in large numbers swept into the heart of the city. The King in ;i broadcast from Xi Army headquarters in Lari.s;i

Thais kill 10 Reds [ARTICLE]

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Thais kill 10 Reds BANGKOK, Wed. Thai (•<>\ernment forces killed 111 communist terrorists and captured !."> in a ■reek <>f stepped-up liuhtini; In scattered areas <>t Thailand, the Communist Suppression o mm a n<l s.ljll to(|.l\ In a ueeklv summary of cimmiinist terrorist activity the command reported eight serious el

Xmas colour supplement [ARTICLE]

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Xmas colour supplement A 24-PAGE Christinas supplement in full colour goes free with tomorrnw'.s straits Times. Make sure you get your copy

Combat squads in HK union [ARTICLE]

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Combat squads in HK union HONG KONG. Wed Comnuntot tarrortata have initiated 21 tmhting divisions within the framework of pro-communist unions here, according to an anticommunist labour leader. Each division has lour "combnt squads" organised to carry out the nnti-Brltisli campaign, here. Mr Punj Hol-ihni. chairman of the Hong Kong

Seven senior civil servants face action [ARTICLE]

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Seven senior civil servants face action KUALA LUMPUR. Wi>d. The AntiCorruption Agency has instituted proceedingS against seven senior Government officers in various States of West Malaysia for breaches of disciplinary conduct. Their cases have been referred to the different State and Federal Public Services Commissions for appropriate action, the Agency

Golden day for S'pore [ARTICLE]

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Golden day for S'pore BANGKOK. Wed. Singapore overhauled Malaysia in the SEAP Games medals race tonir?h' a^ their swimmers continued to scoop up srold and silver from the pool By the end of the day the swimmers and watrrI' ill Irani had contributed six more solds tally: Thailand 54-33-27, Sin«ajx»re

Classes closed [ARTICLE]

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Classes closed DELHI Wed New Delhi Iniversitv suspended .it all affiliated colleges btCSUN <>f arson and rioting b\ student- who oppM o( English M :>n ofTi'ial language In India.— U*»l. »8e« Back Page).

RMAF pilot killed in jungle crash [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RMAF pilot killed in jungle crash From^CRRY FRANCIS: KUANTAN, Wednesday A ROYAL Malaysian Air Force singleengine Pioneer plane crashed in the jangle about 25 miles from here this morning killing its pilot. Tonight, tin pilot, ulm Has trapped in the Burning aircraft. was identified as I llsht-lt Alexander Campbell. 17,

'Human wave' attack near Saigon [ARTICLE]

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'Human wave attack near Saigon Wed. American infantrymen have repulsed a "human wave" attack by North Vietnamese troops operating only 25 miles from Saigon. The attacking force was identified a.s a reinforced company of the North Vietnamese 101 st. Regiment. It lost 39 men in the ;i!ta--k beiore dawn yesterday,

Hong Kong snow [ARTICLE]

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Hong Kong snow HONG KONG. Wed Snow fell atop the 3.155-ft. Tainv'shan mountain in the New Territories today A Royal Observatory spokesman said it snows so rarely In Hoiik Kong that records had been kopi on the matter It was 42 8 F here today UPI.

Our year of last hope [ARTICLE]

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Our year of last hope —SUHARTO JAKARTA, Wed. Acting President Suharto told hi> Cabinet Ministers last night that 19(58 would be a crucial year for his Government and the Indonesian people. In a statement he described 1!K>8 as "a JT( I last hop* 1 :>"d a year which would mark

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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Banda gives firm backing to Johnson on Vietnam [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Banda gives firm backing to Johnson on Vietnam ZOMB Wi-tl. President Banda yesterdaj cmuc <•ti t lirmlv in support of iii. |n in yhi ii. mi and Israel In Ui<Middle I:«nI M |||l 11l I'll ll. till' 111 p i .It 111 v.lld anj iik- «ho i oinii- ii N

Biggest airlift from U.S. to Vietnam [ARTICLE]

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Biggest airlift from U.S. to Vietnam SCREAMING EAGLES IN RAPID THRUST gAIGON. Wed. The U.S. Command announced today that the bulk, of the remaining two brigades of the famed 101 st Airborne Division had arrived in South Vietnam. Official sources said that with their arrival American military strength In Vietnam

Johnson: We'll not betray S-E Asia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Johnson: We'll not betray S-E Asia MIAMI. Wed President .lohnvm said )u-rr last ninht that hf v.in ready to negotiate a peaceful Vietnam Ml ikniint but warned that he wawM sland firm au.iin^t fcggrcaaiMi until llano; asroed Jo nccotiate ll- ended a whirlwind i. ".no niiii- tour of Texas. Louisiana

VIETS ORDER CEASEFIRE FOR COMING FESTIVALS [ARTICLE]

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VIETS ORDER CEASEFIRE FOR COMING FESTIVALS HONG KONG. Wed. The VietcmiK's top military organ has called on Vietnamese insurgents In Smith Vietnam to sus- pond military attack* on U.S. and Allied troops during the forthcoming Christmas and the Western and Lunar New Year festivals, according to Radio Hanoi The radio

Nepal devalues [ARTICLE]

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Nepal devalues WASHINGTON, Wed TIM Internati Monetary Fund <•' Nr.n! hM devalued by 24.75 ivr crnt.

Holt: Why we did not devalue our dollar [ARTICLE]

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Holt: Why we did not devalue our dollar CANBERRA, Wed. The Prime Minister. Mr. Harold Holt. last nlghl doletuiod th»- Australian Government* decision not to devalue the dollar following sterling devaluation. Nothing had happened to alter thai decision an f anything, developments had strengthened the Government > confidence, h« .sa.ri.

Torch man is dead [ARTICLE]

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Torch man is dead 1 YORK Wed Kenneth d'EUe.i. 20. who srt him--elf alire on a United I lawn last Tuesday aljftit, died yesterday in hospital of r\'rnsive burns D Eliea was rdessed li'in mental Institution about 1A months ago. "It was remarkable how loni; he survived And that wa.s

Natos new naval force [ARTICLE]

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Natos new naval force BRUSSELS. Wed DEFENCE MINISTERS AGREE ON PLANS TO DEPLOY STRENGTH IN TIME OF CRISIS VATi I Defence Ministers last night approved a proposal to create a permanent and highly mnbile naval force in the Atlantic m-xt month. A top Nato official said here the force could

Actress fights to keep $2.2 mil. 'love gifts' [ARTICLE]

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Actress fights to keep $2.2 mil. 'love gifts' I CS ANGELES. Wed. Actress Corinne Calvet testified yesterday -she and wealthy Donald Scott took out a Nevada marriage licence in 19bfi but had an argument on the steps of the Vegas courthouse and did not no through with the planned wedding.

Louis, 20, inarches into history [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Louis, 20, inarches into history ONUON, Wed. \*i Nigerian Louis Domeih, 20. came from Lagos to Britain to join the Navy but he made a bit of history as well. Louis has become the Koyal Navy's first African drum major. And he clearly takes the task of leading the band

Dewi's mansion in Jakarta is taken over [ARTICLE]

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Dewi's mansion in Jakarta is taken over JAKARTA. Wed. The mansion of former President Sockavnos third wife. Ratna San De\M. is to be converted into a country club for foreigners. TtM TourL-ni Insf.tutr cliairm;'ii Biig. Gpii. Subrott) Ku.nmrdjo. shki the Bprawlini ranch-type niitnMoii belonged tn Gnveinnirnt-ointrolled constiuctlon firm H<- Hstd

Congress 'yes' to aid poor [ARTICLE]

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Congress 'yes' to aid poor WASHINGTON Wed. President Johnsons anti-poverty lon i in d Co ign trrd;iy wlu-i; the House of Reitlves voted Mt-ltf to extend Mi "Orml society" programme to help the nations poor lor another two years. rssi.'.ioo nuiii hi for 1968 and UBS2JOO mXUon for 196!). now

Car imports up [ARTICLE]

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Car imports up £YONEi. .v Australia ini|H)r.i".l 7.500 JajMUMM cars in thr i-.isl tbm tnuntlLs 3.300 More thni in the same prnud la.st year.

New car to run on long-life batteries [ARTICLE]

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New car to run on long-life batteries DETROIT. Wednesday. AN electronic car which runs on batteries was A unveiled here today. It is shaped like an arrowhead and has a cruising speed of 50 m.p.h. and a range of 150 miles without recharging. A mall three-passenger commuter car, thr Amitron

Six told to hold early talks with Britain [ARTICLE]

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Six told to hold early talks with Britain UKL'SSELS. Wed lhe Common fltartat'i Executive Commission yesterday reaffirmed sjpport for i-.iri\ neeou.ilions un Britain's appli- j ea i ii )<>r in t- in t>< i ...iip. and warned numin-r stalls that they risked a irav« crisis if they Inilcd to -ettle

Senator Percy under Viet fire [ARTICLE]

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Senator Percy under Viet fire vjON. Wed. Rei9 publican presidential ibilitv Senator Charles „v came under Vietcong mortar and small urns uro yesterday wane walking through a deserted village with four other American civilians Hii \uic w;us w.utinu in a nc.iiby helicopter which took oO a- :«o mortar rounds bui&t

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Buffet and dance [ARTICLE]

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Buffet and dance bINOAPoRK Wed The Peoples Defence Force officers, mr.vs v. ill hold a joint buflet and dancr at Uir mess, m Bracli Ro.td on Jan. 6 There will be a UMiion show. a floor hliow and lucky draw at the dance, which ll open to < all voluntary

Jumble sale in Siglap [ARTICLE]

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Jumble sale in Siglap SINGAPORE Wed The Siglap women's sub-committee will hold a jumble sale at the Siglap community centre tomorrow at 6.30 pm The proceed* will go towards the social and recreational activities of the constituency The opening of the sale will bo tollowed by a 'Eat More i

Mobile beauty saloon -the first in Asia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mobile beauty saloon -the first in Asia SINGAPORE, Wed. A local business executive's brainwave will soon bring beauty treatment to thousands of women in the rural areas of Malaysia and the outlying areas of Singapore. Mr. H. Moore, managing director of the Associated Importers (Malaysia) Sdn Berhad. has designed and

Charity premiere of 'Doctor Dolittle' [ARTICLE]

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Charity premiere of 'Doctor Dolittle' SINGAPORE, Wednesday. A CHARITY film premiere of the film, "Doctor Dolittle" will be held at the Orchard Theatre at 8.30 p.m. tomorrow in aid of the Singapore Association for Retarded Children fund. Singapore's First Lady. Puan Noor Alshah Is the patron. Twentieth Century Vox. distributor

Family planning [ARTICLE]

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Family planning SINGAPORE; Wod The next Government lainily planning mobile exhibition will be •i ihe QueoHtown community centre trom tomorrow to Sunday from 3.30 p.m. to 10.30 pm. daily.

Devaluation and export drive [ARTICLE]

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Devaluation and export drive SINGAPORE Wfil The Direct or oi Training i Finance >. Mr. GO. Thomson, will give I <alk to members of the Stnsaixire Association erf tup Charir;--rci Instilulr .if their luncheon nifrting Bt the Aclelphi Hotel rnnf (nrden tomorrow Hi- subject: "Devaluation and 81ngapore'i export! drive; parity

S'pore socialism [ARTICLE]

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S'pore socialism .SINGAPORE. Wed— Journalist Mr Alex Josry will talk i n "Singapore'! brand oi socialu-m to nipniiwrs of the Rotacv Club of Sinpapore-Wesi tomorrow at the Hollandsche Club.

Meet-the-People [ARTICLE]

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Meet-the-People SINGAPORE Wed. The Member oi Parliament lur Wttm Bdsnh. Mr. Ho Sec Bong, will conduct hi.s weekly meet-the-people session between 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. tomorrow instead of lit otml Friday.

CHRISTMAS OPERA [ARTICLE]

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CHRISTMAS OPERA SINGAPORE. Wed— The Singapore District Methodist Youth Fellowship Is presenting Gian -Carlo Mriiotti'b Christmas opera "Amahl and the Night Visitors' at the Singapore Conference Hall. Shenton Way. on Friday at 8 p.m. The principal roles are pluved by Won? Lei Nee < Amahl i, MaPhay Chmc (liothen. Tan

N-THEATRE CLUB TONIGHT [ARTICLE]

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N-THEATRE CLUB TONIGHT SINGAPORE, Wed. The National Theatre Clvb 1 EnfU&h literary sf»cti^n will hold an eveninc of poetry rcaclinc, folksonss and music tomorrow at 8.30 p.m. It K open to members and friends.

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14 with French study awards in a quandary [ARTICLE]

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14 with French study awards in a quandary YEO TOON JOO B, SINGAPORE. Wed. Fourteen recipients of French Government scholarships are in a quandary. The.- were provisionally awarded the scholarships and liad under course in l- rench in preparation tor their si ranee. r.m thi-v .-'t'H d" no! know lire

Courting couples advised: Don't court trouble [ARTICLE]

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Courting couples advised: Don't court trouble DSNANG, Uerl The Chief Polii,. Officer, lathe s.illcli bin Abdul Kaiini.iii. today gave llu^ a<l\ ire to cour t i n couples: Don't court trouble. "liny make good targets for robbers, on the looknut for an Ban dollar for the forthi omini; Christin.is. Hari

British course for Brigadier [ARTICLE]

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British course for Brigadier KUALA I.UMPUR. Wrd. Bntjadirr Unkcu Nasaruddin hill Mohammad I-mvcs here fur Britain on Friday where he will attend year's course at the imnTial Defence Colleee. in I ondon Bnendirr Nasaruddin. 44. former commander nf the Third Malaysian Infantry Brigade. m Sarawak, will accompanied hy his wife

Fencing stolen [ARTICLE]

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Fencing stolen PENANG. Wed— Thipvrs stole iron Undue worth $700 from I'm City Council quarter! in Western Road here.

A pledge by Tawi Sli: No new taxes in Sarawak [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A pledge by Tawi Sli: No new taxes in Sarawak KUCHING, Wednesday. THE Sarawak State Government has no intention of introducing additional taxes because of a sharp rise in revenue from timber exports. The Chief Minister, Dato Penghulu Tawi Sli, gave this assurance when he presented the Budget for next

STRICTER CONTROL ON TRAWLER FISHING [ARTICLE]

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STRICTER CONTROL ON TRAWLER FISHING KUCHING. Wed. The Sarawak Government has imposed stricter controls on the licensing of foreign trawlers operating in local fishing grounds. The Chief Minister. Dato Tawi SH. said this in the Council Negri yesterday. He was replying to a question from Mr. Sim Kheng Hong 'SUPP>

Manila columnist hits out at Lee [ARTICLE]

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Manila columnist hits out at Lee MANILA, W e d. A Manila Times columnist said today one thorny diplomatic problem on the planned State visits of President Marcos to Malaysia. Indonesia and Thailand is whether he would not visit Singapore. Maximo V. Soliven, writing in his daily column "By the

Holy water launching [ARTICLE]

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Holy water launching ULABGOW, Wed. Puan Sri Norhimah. wife ol i hi- M.iluymuii High Commissioner in London will use two bottles of holy water not champagne to l.i u rnh Malaysia's new frigate here on Monday. The ll. in; Jebat. which will be the biggest riMaj in the Royal Malaysian

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Envoy to Moscow may be career diplomat [ARTICLE]

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Envoy to Moscow may be career diplomat L' U ALA LUMI'UH. IV Wed, i en g k v Abdul Rahman would like a career diplomat lv be Malaysia's first Ambassador tv Mu.v cmv. made nee known al his conference Contrary to ports, the Tengku said there was no diniculty In

Quiet but tense' in Kedah carfew —areas — [ARTICLE]

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Quiet but tense' in Kedah carfew areas 4 LOK STAB, Weil All was quiei last night and tins morning in the four iiiukiiii- on the oulakirtfl of Alur Sl.ir town where a ruifeu mv imlinsi c >CNlerd.i\ lollou lai m\ ini nlrnt> of ar- wn. A polio- spuke>nian said lod.is

Back at work [ARTICLE]

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Back at work El PATANI. Wed. ■Syed H;iiun bin syed H.ir.m MCreUiy of the Alor tar town council. hn.s reirnrd from Japan after a uir.-r in local government.

Hari Rava cards [ARTICLE]

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Hari Rava cards KUALA LUMPUR. Wed— Stlamat Hxri Rayi cards must be posted before Dec. 23 n they are to be received in lime by t!ic»e addrMMCI to, the Ministry of \V<n k Telecommunications. reminded i the public tod;iy.

'Curfew again' warning [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Curfew again' warning OH KEE TIANG BEWARE OF THAT WHISPERING CAMPAIGN, SAYS PENANG'S C.P.O. By Penang. Wednesday pOLiCE will not hesitate tv re-im-pose a curfew in Penang at any time and in any area if there should be any further trouble. Giving this warning at a Press conference today, the

Accused of kidnap for ransom [ARTICLE]

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Accused of kidnap for ransom L'LALA LUMPUR, Wed A man, Yap Thai Sang, who was originally charged With robbing and kidnappIng a 14-year-old sen ma Choong, under the Pe.ial Code, now taeea an amended charge under the Kidnapping /let ol l'Jol yap, 2A. ;s now charged With abdueiuiij Irom her

Wire stolen [ARTICLE]

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Wire stolen PENANG. Wed More than 600 yards of cable wire m stolen from the railway tr«rk at St. Marks Road. Prai. yesterday.

Party calls for public inquiry [ARTICLE]

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Party calls for public inquiry PENANG. Wed. The P c n an; branch of the Democratic Action Part) today urged the (■i>\ i-riiment to appoint a commit sion of inquiry with a Bgfe Court Judge as chairman to investieate the causes of the recent di.sturlniue, here. "The public have a

Law exam passes [ARTICLE]

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Law exam passes SINGAPORE. Wed Hie ■Ty of Education hie announced thr following Midi v imas Bar esamtn:i« !J in Singapore lufl September r\Kr ii hwi mans It: Kwok H. P. Khoo: parsed. K Yue. r\i; i i ROMAN i.wv tCkm I); Mis- Ttrt.-n Chit!, Pttl Wi n, Bfi w.m

Technical snag—so no N-language classes [ARTICLE]

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Technical snag so no N-language classes L'LWI.A Ll.'.ytK. Wed. The Ministry or Kdu cation's intention to send some national kaagaaffC traeliers to 'I'aiuan !•> teach Malaysian students there the language, has hit a technical snag. "This is, because the money allocated to the Ministry must be spent within the country."

Turf club chairman hands out $508,000 in gifts [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Turf club chairman hands out $508,000 in gifts <JIN(J.\POKL. Wid. Tin' chairman of the Singapore Turf Club. Mr. Runme Shaw, today presented cheques totalling 5508.000 to representatives Ol charitable organisations and national projects. The dubs annual dunatlona were handed out at a ceremony at the Buktt 'I -.in. m racecoui

Free X-rays [ARTICLE]

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Free X-rays BAIL' BAHAT. WW Vrr* :hm X-raya «.n ix- ittw at lie (i era on riuirsd.l

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Cheaper dollar not good for Brunei, says Lee [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Cheaper dollar not good for Brunei, says Lee BRUNEI TOWN. Wednesday. THE Brunei State Financial Officer. Dato John Lee, told the Legislative Council today that if the Brunei dollar was devalued the people would have laced an immediate rise in the cost of living as the Slate was almost completely

The cost of forgetting [ARTICLE]

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The cost of forgetting IKIIIK ANSON, W. Madam Yenh Gnat I>hu. wiln •>t a Penane biiMne.^man. left bundle containing $30 and a eld bangle in a hotel bathroom in Anderson Road here yp.strrli.lV. She tafgot to take the bun- t her bath and returninc later found it mtsMni;.

Graduation ceremony [ARTICLE]

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Graduation ceremony sinoapore. Wed. tiip Political Becretary to the Mm Utn of Culture, Inchs M'liamlned Obasall bin I&mail. and th*> JapUMM Ambassador here Mr. K. Yohhida. will attend the .second laaguaga uraduation ceremony (eienientary and intermedi.itr J.i|),tnc-r language classes) ar the Japan Club in Bukit Timah Road on Saturdny

Customs seizure [ARTICLE]

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Customs seizure I'ENANG. Wed. Buttrrworth Customs today >nzed more than $500 worth of eucalyptui oil from a car in Jalan Pur. A man and a woman were detained.

DON SPEAKS OF 'THE STUDENT WASTAGE' [ARTICLE]

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DON SPEAKS OF 'THE STUDENT WASTAGE' ELIZABETH WONG: By Kuala Lumpur, Wed 'FHE University ol Malaya must develop student counselling services urgently if it is "to prevent an increase in student wastage through Morbidity and intellectual inadequacy." Dr. D. Sarbadhikary. of the department of psychological medicine of the University of

Approval for Asian reading conference [ARTICLE]

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Approval for Asian reading conference KUALA I.L'MPUR. Wed. ,binrt today approved the i.,iidin« ben i>[ i he third conference of Hie Regional Coordinating Committee (or the Heading Material in Amh f m m Fei>. ly to 21 n«'xt ny oommlttee, torn O in 1963. holds a meett.niK after I meeting

Singapore fairest city in S-E Asia says professor [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Singapore fairest city in S-E Asia says professor SINGAPORE, Wed. Prof. Jacqueline Trywhitt. Professor of Urban Design at Harvard University, today described Singapore as the "handsomest city In SouthEast Asia." She predicted that it would become bigger and greater in the future. Prof. Trywhitt is here on a month's visit

New post for Dato Ismail [ARTICLE]

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New post for Dato Ismail PENANG. Wed Tne Stale Secretary. Dato Ismail bin Mohamecl Jamil, left Penang today with his family for a month's leave in Kuala Lumpur before 'akina up a new appointment there. Da'o Ismail succeeded Inche Abduliah bin Udi a.-. State Sectary in 1965.

Kindergarten in Malay [ARTICLE]

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Kindergarten in Malay PENANG. Wed Penang-.s DM Malay kindergarten wili open a: L'mno hall in Macalister Road on Jan. 8. Two qualified Malay women teacher* will to 12 noon on week-days.

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A 'MARVELLOUS EFFECT' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A 'MARVELLOUS EFFECT' RODERICK PESTANA Christmas murals by nurses: A lift for patients By SINGAPORE, Wed. It all started when our none with more than average artistic talent goi the Idea al painting festive murals on the window panel of hrr ward at the Tan T«eh Seng Hospital. Worklai la

WORKS COUNCILS -BIG ROLE IN PRODUCTIVITY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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WORKS COUNCILS -BIG ROLE IN PRODUCTIVITY (SINGAPORE. Wed. One of Hie main obstacles to Singapore's productivity drive in flic Factories is Ihe lark of trained personnel i<> lill the gap lv'Iween the semi-skilled men ;m«l lit- engineer. This wai stated today by Mr Hans rornarhtogal. an International Labour OrgAOlaatlon expert

Superb performance by Barry Tuckwell [ARTICLE]

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Superb performance by Barry Tuckwell SINGAPORE. Wednesday. (CONGRATULATIONS to Goh Soon Tioe who in association with the British Council, presented one of the world's top-ranking horn-players, Barry Tuckwell with Margaret Kitchin. pianist in a celebrity concert at the Conference Hall. The programme consists ol two items for strings Horn the

SCHOOLBOY ON ATTACK CHARGE IS ACQUITTED [ARTICLE]

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SCHOOLBOY ON ATTACK CHARGE IS ACQUITTED SINGAPORE. \V«d Six lte:i-year-old Lai 1 Loon Npeut 22 days in hos pital during the last Chi ne.se New Tear -eason after hi* spleen was ruptured in an attack by a schoolboy. the juvenile court *a- toid today I lie KteaJtajr, a>:eo 13 wlio

Exhibition of rare Chinese calligraphy [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition of rare Chinese calligraphy SINOAPOM W*d Hir MiniKter i»i Stale iii Culture Mi kc !.<< Bin opsn an exhibition .I (uiipdiDti di rare Chinese calligraphy and paintinai at the National Uorary si Mi pjn "n Pi:d:.v Iho collection bekmging toai teacher. Mi Wii Tee .im. «ili be on diaplajr

I-C offence: $150 fine [ARTICLE]

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I-C offence: $150 fine SINGAPORE. Wed Chee Beng an oil mill worker. *aj today fined $150 or one month's iail after he pleaded guilty to falling to apply for a new laminated Identity cud In time. Hr admitted befon Mr. 1 R iistrlrt ludfe that he ws ipplying for hi.-,

Housing Board union officials [ARTICLE]

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Housing Board union officials Housing n< nt Bo.ik. Mun H Mi Hi nd vireii ri Mr JoB» him I irer.

Jurong parade [ARTICLE]

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Jurong parade SINGAPORI I ha 1 m

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Do unto others... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Do unto others... COLIN LEGUM By Universal Declaration of Human Rights, torture and fierce brutality are still common. Nonetheless, the Charter has not been without its influence for good ()N Dec. 10 1!)48, the world's leaders, determined that mankind should never again witness the genocide and brutality which engulfed humanity

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A mixed reception for school fees increases [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A mixed reception for school fees increases TSAI TAN: PARENTS SEE SENSE: POLITICIANS SEE RED By Kuala Lumpur, Wed. MANY parents and principals feel that the Government has a case for increasing school fees. But opposition party members want the Government to cut unnecessary expenditure to meet the rising cost

Why the Govt. has to raise school fees [ARTICLE]

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Why the Govt. has to raise school fees MALA(( A. Ur.l —An .1 [i [ir.il to nirmhers hi school boards and teaehera to explain to the peoplt «liv it «as impermtive i"»r the (iovernnii'iil to rai>«- secondary whnol tecs Nraa madr here today l>> (Ik* Holitital Hi 1 it! irv

NEW MENTRI: OFFICIAL CEREMONY TODAY [ARTICLE]

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NEW MENTRI: OFFICIAL CEREMONY TODAY ALOR STAR. Wed Tlie Sultan will officially appoint Syod Ahmad trn Syed Mahmud Shahabuddln as Kedah's new Montri Be.sar at a ceremony to be held in the State Executive Council chamber at 12. 30 p.m. tomorrow. Syed Ahmad. 42. succeeds Tan Sr: Syed Omar Shahabuddln.

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Straits Times Crossword \< UM ::i upmost section of 7. MM roundabout of drink- m m,rc t l.tt«ly lnß Odl for sale Ml). 8. Post for students among the 15. Were (toinc about In tle« In directors 10. Here the French hold many 16 Mention a name by arrangehanglng In

Cabaret girls raped: 4 youths held [ARTICLE]

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Cabaret girls raped: 4 youths held RUDY BELTRAN: By Kuala Lumpur, Wed. pOUK youths one with a gunshot wound in the back have been detained by the police in connection with the raping of two dance hostesses. Acting on a tip-off, the Area Crime Officer, Asst. Supt. Syed Mokhtar bin

Mechanic's loss [ARTICLE]

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Mechanic's loss IPOH. Wed. A ni« C n Tet. 28. h.i.-. iT|x>rtrd of his motor cycle lrom Chambi iirrv.

RIVALRY IN LOVE IS BLAMED FOR GANG MURDER [ARTICLE]

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RIVALRY IN LOVE IS BLAMED FOR GANG MURDER PHILIP KHOO: By Singapore, Wed JEALOUSY over a girl is believed to be the motive behind the slaying of 16-year-old Ng Pay Wah at Yio Chu Kang Road last night. Ng. a former petrol kio*k attendant, was with Chin Kat Niam, 17.

Woman robbed [ARTICLE]

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Woman robbed PENANG. Wrd.— Two nun :umed with kaiVM held up Madam Lim Ah Imm at her Rr.servmr Gardr-n hump and robbod lirr of $9? in i\i>h and jewellery.

HK seamen charged in Brunei court [ARTICLE]

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HK seamen charged in Brunei court UKUNEI TOWN. Wed. Four Hong Kong sraiiion were charted i.i t lie Magistrates Court today with poSKMtoa of subvermvp literature. Wong Chine I>oi. who was alleged to be in possession of ili-fp cigarette lißhters with quotations from the Thouehts of Mao inscribed on them,

Mara chief off to Medan Two-year holiday nearly over... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mara chief off to Medan Two-year holiday nearly over. LOOKING happy under a ChtMK farmer 4 hat is llrlen < arlsnn of Sydney, who has spent the last two years travelling through 40 countries Helen, accompanied by her childhood friend Beverlev White, arrived in Kuala Lumpur yesterday for a two-day

Circus girl dies after 20ft. practice fall [ARTICLE]

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Circus girl dies after 20ft. practice fall KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. An 18--year-old trapeze girl. Lai Sin Keo, of Sheums Circus, died in the General Hospital yesterday six days after a fall from a suspended platform about 2o feet above the ground during a practice act. It happened at Sentul last

Hamid Tuah's son freed after day's detention [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Hamid Tuah's son freed after day's detention S.F. YONG By KLANG, Wednesday I)\MIUKI. -i4-year-»ld son »1 rebel Hamid Tuah. was released from police custody here this morning Zi hours after his detention. He said this afternoon: "I don't know what's inc on. When I was arrested yesterday nobody told me

Bicycle thief jailed [ARTICLE]

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Bicycle thief jailed Xl ALA LUMPUR, \\>rt IT [01 six months fi inu to < ..-iip•B. Hp di yc.u> police supervu n Hi hart Ukii nrr\ lulls icmv

Girls school [ARTICLE]

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Girls school lEI PATAN] Wed I li* lor iio beginnii

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS a>ank Sli (Himim*m> VCCRA PAHAVAN thank rrla Umr uaaful (Ifu or mnt mh. Ann mrs Baakan 1 for Uwir altaaO »ilt. on orraaMMl

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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The Rise In Fees [ARTICLE]

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The Rise In Fees The Malaysian Cabinet approved an increase in school October, but announced that :n consideration .li the effect of the low price of rubber and oth< r commodities on family earning! there Would be no change "until the economic situation has improved." Obviously it is not because

Student Life [ARTICLE]

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Student Life University students may have ■MM difficulty recognising themaelvea in the thumb-nail sketch offered by an administrative officer of the University of Malaya at the ■OMflinar on student problems. They do not have a clear understanding of the democratic process, said Mr. Biilakiishnan. The fact that th( have so

Doorway Peril [ARTICLE]

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Doorway Peril Tin- Ki;«lh Lumpur traffic polio i hici. moving as usual several slops ahoad of other official npinini, on „,,a d safety, has proposed automatu- sliding doors for buses. Then b certainly a be made. A schoolboy died early this you, after fallinp "H moving bus and at leas'

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Over and above the call of duty... [LETTER]

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Over and above the call of duty... /\N Monday n ■ining in my Singapore office I recent -j. he following message over the phone from the GPO: When you were at the telegraph counter of GPO early on Sunday morning you lost an airmail letter. addressed to Germany. I was

A MISTAKEN IMPRESSION [LETTER]

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A MISTAKEN IMPRESSION IN pointing out that the Housing and Development Board charges $10 a month for .service and conservancy in some estates, and only $6.50 in others, "Resident" gives a wrong impression. The fee of $650 is payable by those who rent flats; the $10 fee by those have

DISGRACE [LETTER]

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DISGRACE rMIL signboards are wrongly written in many Singapore Government Offices. This is a disgrace. The mistakes have often been pointed out In the Tamil Press. A Tamil association even volunteered to correct the hoards, why has nothing hern done' 1 SON oi SOIL Singapore

HELPING THE PENITENT [LETTER]

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HELPING THE PENITENT WE are grateful to Dr. Goh Kcng Swpp for his appral to employers to hire rehabilitated prisoners and repentant political detainees The Singapore AfterCarp Association gets a Government grant of about $8,000 a year and the rest of our funds arc obtained from public appeals and flag

DEPOSITS FOR TENDERS: A CUT, 1F... [LETTER]

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DEPOSITS FOR TENDERS: A CUT, 1F... I REFER to Mr. Tan 1 Koh Hongs remarks in the Straits Times relating to the tender deposit of $50. It is the pracl.ee of the Public Works Department to request a tender deposit from an unregistered contractor in order to ensure that he

COIN QUERY [LETTER]

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COIN QUERY IN your reply to 'coin query' iDec. Bi. you stated. "An amount in low denomination coins of more than $2 is not legal tender." Would you be kind enough to let me know, specifically, which of the coins are termed 'low denomination coins'. READER Kuala Lumpur (Coins are

LBJ, KENNEDY HEADING FOR A SHOWDOWN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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LBJ, KENNEDY HEADING FOR A SHOWDOWN ANTHONY HOWARD By 'High Noon' confrontation building up inexorably... r ro the lay ear, President Johnson's recent disparaging references to 'some kids" and "some boys' as the source of all the rumours surrounding Mr. Robert McNamara's resignation as Defence Secretary may have sounded innocent

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Philippines agent denies that 'refused permission' report [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Philippines agent denies that 'refused permission' report By Albert Ramahngam JESSELI 1 Filipino CUStOl' nando h denl >rt in the Manila Times that he waf sum to open an otlite he A columnlxt In the M Tin. vpii sieged th.trailer Mr. B J Arrowsmlth, had tt the Mr. Arrowfmlth had

Talib's plea on prices [ARTICLE]

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Talib's plea on prices MALACCA, Wed. The Chief Minister, Haji Talib bin Haji Karlm, today appealed to shopkeepers not to Increase the price of rilce, Mi^ar and cooking oil. He said there had Deen complaints from the public that certain shops had put up their prices as a result of

Free booklets for pilgrims [ARTICLE]

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Free booklets for pilgrims I'LNANG Wert The Government has printed 6.000 cnp;r.N of booklets lor ttiMnbutlcn to pilgrims leaving for next year The booklet* to be u-.Mied free n all Information neceumry tat tho*e making the trip to Mecca.

Collection of tithes [ARTICLE]

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Collection of tithes PENANO \V>d The collectun of the annual Mu.-hm fit ran tithes will start here next Monrtav. The State Islamic Religious! Department has already distributed more than 500 authariaaI lnou<houl the Slate About $160,000 year

DAP move [ARTICLE]

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DAP move 1!>OH Wed The t\ branch at ihr i> ittc Action P been co-opted centi.il cxcI cutive committee.

Forged Malayan Tobacco share scrip warning [ARTICLE]

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Forged Malayan Tobacco share scrip warning GEOFFREY BOLAND: By Singapore, Wed. QNLY three weeks after a forged share certificate scare new forgeries have come to light, this time concerning Malayan Tobacco scrip to the tune of $78,000. This afternoon the manager of the Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore, Mr.

Union wants law on price control [ARTICLE]

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Union wants law on price control lil ALA LI MPI K. Wrd. A resolution urging tin (•im-rnment to introduce legislation to control prices of "at least II essential commodities." will he dis--1 u-M'd at the annual ilrlegatei conference of the Mil which bi'sins on Friday. The resolution is from the

POLICE TRACE THAT KIDNAP BID RIFLE [ARTICLE]

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POLICE TRACE THAT KIDNAP BID RIFLE PENANG, Wed.— The .22 rifle recovered from the thug shot dead last week belonged to a teacher, Mr. Anthony Chan Vine Toon, who lost it when his home was burgled last October. The CPO. Inche Salleh bin Abdul Rahman, .said today that the police

Radio licence fine [ARTICLE]

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Radio licence fine IPOH Wed— X. M^nutni was fined $50 today for operating a la his Canning Garden home he>e without a licence.

Sultan better [ARTICLE]

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Sultan better KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The Sultan of Kelantan. who was admitted to the General .1 here a month ago. after he suffered a stroke. Is expected to be discharged in a week s time.

Broken toes can't stop the intrepid Mrs H [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Broken toes can't stop the intrepid Mrs H Magdalene Lum By KUALA LUMPUR. Wed.— Broken toes are no hindrance to travel, at least not for Mrs. Mildred Henri, of Hollywood. Florida, who arrived today in a wheelchair tn keep a business appointment. The international representative of an American company. Welcome

Robber stabs woman who screamed [ARTICLE]

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Robber stabs woman who screamed SINGAPORE, Wed. A woman. Kwan Kai sons, was stabbed kj robber last night when she screamed for help in a hold-up inside the premises of the Rice, Sugar and Grocery Wholesalers Association in Hong Kong Street. It was about midnight that three men walked in

Rotary ball [ARTICLE]

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Rotary ball PENANG. Wed— The Rotary Club of Penang will hold Us annual Christmas dinner and ball at the Penang Turf Club golf pavilion on Saturday.

Tengku: Lim will be freed if he is not deeply involved [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Tengku: Lim will be freed if he is not deeply involved KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Ten^ku Abdul Rahman Miid today Mr. Lim Kean Slew, the Penang Labour Party leader, would be freed if he was not deeply involved In the recent disturbances on the island The Tengku was answering questions after

Japanese firms win Malayan rail contract [ARTICLE]

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Japanese firms win Malayan rail contract TOKYO. Wed— A group of Japanese rolling stock manufactures has woo tne contract to supply Malayan Railway with 10 diesei hydraulic locomotives worth about 500 million yen (about $4 25 million 1 Thr Japanese group, including tlie Rush* Se:sha and the Hitachi Ltd. made

Bersilat assn. [ARTICLE]

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Bersilat assn. KIIPI Wed A Ber-ilat Iwon formed In Central Kfdflh with Inrhe Ahmad bin £a'ad a* chairman

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v MALAYSIA (HXNNH. 5 KuaU Lum- Meal Dance; 8.38 Religious pur and I'ena.ne: 6 Ipoh Forum The Advantages Ot jj"<l»r 01 >-)-»ei>;K f"» Having Koran Reading ComBahru: 4 Taipint;; Batu prtitions; 8.00 Npws in the I'aliat; a Kluang. National Language: 9.13 545 l-.M. P.. .gramme sum- Wnrld Rou nd-up. mm

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AOiO MALAYSIA National Shortwave Service pular; 6.45 Islam and Civuisa--41 60.2. 62 metres; Medium- non; 600 Programme Sumwave Service K.L. 33» metres miry; 6.03 Announcement tor PenanK 3»S metres; Malacca Commencing and Breaking of 2i» metre*; Ipoh 405 metres; Fa.st. 6.10 Anniversary ReJohure Bahru 31S metres. quests, 630 The News;

Call our language Bahasa Malaysia, he says— [ARTICLE]

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Call our language Bahasa Malaysia, he says— KUALA LUMPUR, Wed. The first step towards an integrated Malaysian society should be to call the national language "Bahasa Malaysia." "This is the best way tv awaken national consciousness." said Mr. Boon Geok Gim. one of the founders of the Integrated Malaysian Movement

The horse that cost a million dollars [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The horse that cost a million dollars AXXXXX.1.U1001l beauty surgeon hecame the owner of the world's most expensive racelMrse the two-year-old colt Vacuily Noble at the Newmarket sales. Kneland The hill for Dr. Robert Franklyn and his syndicate of racial men: a stajrqeriiiK 1.Ui.000 guineas (sl.ii.10.000). This is Kll.ooo guineas

Segamat man told: Return in May... [ARTICLE]

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Segamat man told: Return in May... SINGAPORE, Wed. A lorry driver from Segamat. J o h o r e. turned up in a criminal district court today for trial in a fatal accident case, but was told it had to be postponed for five months. REASON: No protecutof WM available.

Man, 64, drowns [ARTICLE]

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Man, 64, drowns SINGAPORE. Wed Suramnni bin Marriamm, 64. of Pivwood Rnnd. was found drowned in a tributary of the Suneei Pnndan in Pn.str P.in.tane. while catchins prawns yrMtrday

Car stolen [ARTICLE]

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Car stolen IPoH. W«d.— A bUMne.N.smnn. Mr. Chan Song Owing, vr.-trr-day reported to policr the loss of his or from C'K-kniaii Street.

Girl drowns [ARTICLE]

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Girl drowns PANTAI REMIS. Wed. Janiah binte Mat 10. was found drowned in a well In Kampong Ampat Puloh here yesterciay. She is believed to have slipped into the well while drawing water.

No Sabah pledge by Marcos, says envoy [ARTICLE]

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No Sabah pledge by Marcos, says envoy MANILA, Wed. Malaysia's \inl>.is>.i.lor here Tan Sri Abdul H.imiil bin Ha.ii .luni.it. today (Irnird reports trom Ku.ihi umpur ih.it President Man...- lias .is-suml Malaysian i.ln mX that the Philippines wat no lon ger interested In it-- t» S.ihah. A Foreign Office sinUi"--man mM

MAO 'BACKING GUERILLAS' [ARTICLE]

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MAO 'BACKING GUERILLAS' JAKARTA, Wed. Indonesia's acting Army Commander today said the Communist terrorists in Indonesian West Borneo were supported by Communist China •but would soon be crushed." Lieut. -General M. Panggabc.ui told newsmen after a full Cabinet session that It m only a matter of timr before the terrorists

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Alley Oop By V.T. Ham It n VtJU LET MI FRET^---"^ "—J p^ "~^<. HI.GUZ! fiOT VOURABOUT TH TAX-/ YEH...AN' y WELL. SELF IN A REAL WVYERS, 00P... HERE COMES HOWDY^ WWIM<3- DINJG. THAT'S MV SUMPIN' ELSE kIKkS HAVEN'T YOU? BUSINESS.' H THAT'S YOUR V "TUMK! /> '—*C\\ V BUSINE

'Publicise political links' call at MTUC delegates meeting [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Publicise political links' call at MTUC delegates meeting KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday. Y HE MTUC will be urged at its annual delegates conference on Friday to start publicising its political involvement. The move will come from the general council following demands made by Mr. K. George, general secretary of the Federation

'END YOUR NOMADIC WAYS' GIFT TO ORANG ASLI [ARTICLE]

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'END YOUR NOMADIC WAYS GIFT TO ORANG ASLI SEREMBAN, Wed. The Negri Sembilan State Government will hand over 15 butlaloes to 34 Orang Asli families at Ayer Baning, Jelebu, tomorrow In the hope that this will make them give up their nomadic life. The Ami ft fin 1 Protector of

Bill collector is jailed [ARTICLE]

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Bill collector is jailed SINGAPORE Wed— Jimmy Tan Liang Ann 22 collector-cum saleMiian with Sardar Corpora: inn Ltd.. in Hieh Street wu .'.i.lPd for nine months by a district court ye.steidav !<>r criminal breach of tru*t nf $6,900

Man pleads not guilty to four cheating charges [ARTICLE]

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Man pleads not guilty to four cheating charges SINGAPORE, Wed. A man was charged in a magistrates court today with four counts of cheating. Two ol the charges allege that he had falsely represented himself as a solicitor and partner of the law firm of Pillal and Co. Basil Chong

Exhibition of Mara houses [ARTICLE]

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Exhibition of Mara houses SFREMBAN. Wrd The Mentn Be.«ar. T<tn sr; (Dr.l Mnhamed Snid, will open an exhibition of two rjrpai <>f MARA low-rust DOOMS OH Dec 23 at thr district offli-p hrrr One house will COM $2 84fi and the othrr $2,200. They arc meant for people livine in

'Beware the Reds' call by released ex-official of Party Ra'ayat [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Beware the Reds' call by released ex-official of Party Ra'ayat L I AI.A LI'MPI'R. Wed. A former detainee and Party K.i' i>. u official. heong lln in Poh, ,4, today appealed to his excolleagues not to allow themselves to be used by the Communists whose only desire wa;> to sabotage

$83,000 for Cheras flood victims [ARTICLE]

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$83,000 for Cheras flood victims J^UALA LUMPUR, Wed. Mr. Justice Gill today awarded a total of $8:5.937 to three victims of xhe 1963 Cheras floods. The judgf also ordered the defendant, the Pacific Tin Consolidated Corporation of Jalan Ampang, to pay the victims a yearly Interest of six per cent

Architects arrive for regional conference [ARTICLE]

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Architects arrive for regional conference SINGAPORE. Wed Almost all the 20 de- j legates and observers from Malaysia. India. Pakistan, Ceylon and Hong Kong have arrived for the nve-day Commonwealth Association of I Architects first Asian re- gional conference begin- ning here tomorrow. About 20 SineajMire architects will also participate

No tax returns, four fined [ARTICLE]

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No tax returns, four fined IPOH. Wed. Four people arre finrd today for (ailing to submit returns of income for 1967 for their firms on time. Ng Yoon Pong, director of the Win? Sang Cheong Tin Mine.s Ltd.. Chong Choontr Yin, partner Of the Fook Ouan Tin Mminc. and Chung

SINGAPORE RED CROSS AID TO BURMA [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE RED CROSS AID TO BURMA CIM.APOKI. Wed. Thr Singapore Red Cm** Society has sent a further rnnsiKiimrnt of relief goods (<> thr Burma Red Cross Snrietj for distrihutinn to flood victims there. The consignment the ttiird sent consisted of over 18.000 yards of cotton material at a cost of

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Britain dismisses Smith's 'bombshell' attack as ridiculous [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Britain dismisses Smith's 'bombshell' attack as ridiculous LONDON. Wednesday. THE Commonwealth Secretary, Mr. George Thomson, yesterday told Parliament of new differences between Britain and Rhodesia and was immediately attacked by the rebel Rhodesian Premier, Mr. Lan Smith. In a statement from the Rhodesian capital of Salisbury. Mr. Smith called Mr.

KIDNAPPED WIFE RESCUED, $240,000 RANSOM RECOVERED [ARTICLE]

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KIDNAPPED WIFE RESCUED, $240,000 RANSOM RECOVERED UOLLYWOOD. Wed. n A bank manager's wife, kidnapped from her home in nearby Glendale. was rescued unharmed yesterday after her husband paid US$BO,OOO in ransom. Two suspects were arrested and the money was recovered. Mr. Franke Howe, manager of a Union Bank branch In

Snakes terror in Bandoeng [ARTICLE]

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Snakes terror in Bandoeng JAKARTA. Wed. Some 40 poisonous .snakes have struck fr;ir into the population of Bandoenn city in We.st Java alter breaking loose trum x snake-b;;p serum manufacturing centre. They had «n?«led out of thru- rage when the hinur broke and nidden in pools, burrows and gutters. Reuter.

123 rd member [ARTICLE]

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123 rd member UNITED NATIONS. Wed. The Security Council yesterday endorsed the application of the People's Repub'u- of Southern Yrnipn for ..dmisMon to 'he Onlted Nations- bringing the world body's total membership to 123

Colombo death mystery: No bail for envoy [ARTICLE]

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Colombo death mystery: No bail for envoy RANGOON, Wed. BURMA 4 S former A m b a s s ador to Ceylon, Sao Boonwaat, who is being tried here in connection with his wife's death, was today refused bail by a district court judge. The judgi- said it wa tfK)

Boy accused of horror crime in suicide bid [ARTICLE]

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Boy accused of horror crime in suicide bid VERSAILLES. \\<<l The 15-year-old boy held heie for the kidnapping and murder of a Versailles schoolboy tried to commit suicide in his prison cell yesterday. Justice sources reported. Police and prison authorities declined to comment on reports that the boy identified only

Police charge stone throwing strikers [ARTICLE]

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Police charge stone throwing strikers IJANGALORE. Wed. Police made repeated baton charges and tired teargas In a violent running battle with Mmci.ig factory workers here yesterday. The Mnke:\s picketed the (rates or a city factory, hurliim itones at thr police :ind fellow «orlccrs attempting to break the strike. Several tan

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS fr> Worit Sl> Minimum) MRS. MONTEIRO, I B I'-n. thank Patkar Ix)urde«. Friends. tth-. Contrlbuttoaa aseiataan and attendaaoa on MR AND MRS. X:•-. rajah of I for tn. ir taxes valuable ancc at tue.r n 'ocember THE FAMILY OF MM Hi KoO Kelt relatlvea ot con- oereaveIMI FAMILY or

Straits tin price gains $2.50 in Penang [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price gains $2.50 in Penang THK .Straits tin price mm 1 1 M to $584 per pit ul in Penanß yesterday exceedinc the London 3 months forward buyers price gain in Tuesday afternoon of Eli P r t"" (iiiod all-round support was reported The local ofTerinc w.is estimated

MELBOURNE STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE STOCKS MELBOURNE. Wed. DOTH Industrials and MtatJOfl Continued to decline early but firmed later. B.H.P. moved up sharply In the afternoon by 25 cents to $14.90 after opening ai 514.45 and trading most of the nay around $14.55 and $1465 Other leaders showed some recovery at the close. In

EQUITY YIELDS [ARTICLE]

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EQUITY YIELDS 'THE followiiiß list of selected Malayan Industrial yields Is based on last sales to December 9. Companiei located In Mstayila tor taxation purponi: cent (.%.!i tMT o, rit groos ettrninii* yield M per cent (10 per C«r.n. ChvrHll average urtus dlvldtnil 6 V per cent (6.9 per centi.

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES 'I"HE Atsocistion of Banks in Malay--1 sia made daSM rnanKcs In lt.« rato to merchants vtsterday (all rates to (100) Scllinx TT or JO rtady: Witt Ctt 1001 <n.l Italy '.'n HI

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Dec. 13. It I Kit hK PRICK: 4«U t't-nts (up one-eighth of a cent). TIN PRICE: 5584 (up si.:>o). Estimated ufTering l»0 tuns (up 10 tons).

INDUSTRIAL COUNTERS STEADIER ON MARKET [ARTICLE]

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INDUSTRIAL COUNTERS STEADIER ON MARKET From Our Market Correspondent rVO main leatures on the Stock Exchange yesterday were Ben and Co. from the price point of view on the largest turnover of the day of 252.000 units and PMC from that of turnover Ben passed from S'.'.H to S2 ;;o

BUSINESS ON STOCK EXCHANGES [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS ON STOCK EXCHANGES DUMMSM ix and m run 1 1 n TO THK UNOAPOU AM) KI'ALA Ll'Ml'l R IK\l)INi. •'.OOMS OK THE STO< K EXCHANGE VESTKRDAy WITH IHK NIMBKR OP SHAIU > TRADED IN BRACKETS; INDUSTRIALS: Bin am) Co. 13.10 D, 14J 000) 16 l>, i I.immi i jo

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES M.il.iv.iii stink Iriilii TDec. 1!. Dec. IS, liidiistiials: 155.71 1M.17 rro|icrtiis: ISS33 UaUH v Miiniiss: gj.l3 XJ.I3 v!> rulilirrs II VriS MM ."I. lflfi-! Kill. Hit. :;il, |'l6ti 100.

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JOINT RUBBER PRICES JAM AKY HrM grade rubber 11 f.o.b. buyers closed at 5 p.m. in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore yesterday at 49 cents per Ib. up one-eighth of a cent on Tuesday's closing level. The tone was quiet. R.A.S. and M.R.E. closing prices •n cents per Ib. yesterday. Buyers

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Yap lifts 'gold' for Malaysia [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Yap lifts 'gold' for Malaysia BANGKOK. Wed. yAI* MENG SOON gave Malaysia her li rs t weightlifting gold medal when he retained his middleheavyweight title today on the concluding day of the SEAP Games weightlifting championships. The 29-year-old bank clerk won the gold medal with a total of 40(1 kilos

BOON BEE, YEE KHAN POWER-PLAY DELIGHTS THAI BADMINTON CROWDS [ARTICLE]

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BOON BEE, YEE KHAN POWER-PLAY DELIGHTS THAI BADMINTON CROWDS >I I MIAN and N(i BOON BKK powered their way n> the semi-finals of the men's doubles in the badminton tournament w;th a 18-mlnute victory over Tein and Soi Kamol Burma this morning. yee Khan and Boon B i v;ctor v

MEDALS TALLY [ARTICLE]

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MEDALS TALLY Medal standings at the end of the fourth day: (iolri Silver Bonze Thailand 1.1 29 Mi Malaysia 19 17 20 Singapore lfi "M ix lluinia S 17 17 Vietnam 2 5 n Laos n n 1

All the Seap Games results [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All the Seap Games results BADMINTON Men's doubles quarter-finals Ng Boon Bee and Tan Yee Khan (Mi bt Aung Tun and Sai Kampan <B> 15-6. 15-6; Chavalert and SaiiRob 1T1 bt Wee Choong Seng and Wong Tew Gee (Si 15-4. 15-11; Yew Cheng Hoe and Khor Cheng Chye (Mi bt

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TIMESPORT-2 [ARTICLE]

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TIMESPORT-2 Pictures by Lim Yaw Chong

It's all really Pat v herself [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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It's all really Pat v herself Singapore 's gold at waterpolo I BANGKOK, Wed pATKIC I A (HAN reached the hallway mark of Id assignment for on the second the swimming events in the Seap Games last night. Strong girl Pat was in and nut oi the pool last night

BOXING 1969 Asian tourney to be held in KL [ARTICLE]

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BOXING 1969 Asian tourney to be held in KL COLOMBO. Wed. The 1969 Asian boxing championships will be held in Kuala Lumpur, probably in October, the Asian Boxing Federation decidejd at their meeting here yesterday. In the current championships held here, Thailand, the ScaD Games champions, last night enhanced their

Swindon win 4-0 [ARTICLE]

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Swindon win 4-0 LONDON, Wed Swindon lvt. nisht brat, nonLracue club Salisbury 4-0 In their FA. Cun first round match which ua.s postponed from last Saturday because of snow. Tn another first round match. Torquay drew l-l with Colchester and will replay at a date to be decided later other

BRITAIN'S CUP [ARTICLE]

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BRITAIN'S CUP STOCKHOLM. Wed Britain beat Sweden 2-1 in the final of the Kind's cuo. Indoor tennis comnetition here la&t night. Reuter.

CRICKET Houghton hits 81 to rescue S'pore [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET Houghton hits 81 to rescue S'pore PERTH, Wed.— A second-w i cket stand of 100 by skipper Steve Houghton and Robin Tessensohn enabled the Singapore cricket tourists to earn a draw with Australian Schools in a one-day match here yesterday. Singapore had scored 19J-7 at the close in reply

Hawke out of Test 12 [ARTICLE]

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Hawke out of Test 12 SYDNEY. Wed. P.ac bowler Nril Hawke ha.s been omitted by the Australian cricket selectors from the team to play India in the first two Test matches. The nisi Test will be in Adelaide on Dec. 23-28. and the second in Melbourne from Dec. 30 to

INDIANS WIN [ARTICLE]

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INDIANS WIN MELBOURNE. Wed The Indian touring team defeated a Victoria Country XI by two w icket.s in r < ne-day match at Yallourn today. Final scores: Victoria Country XI 169; Indians 170-8. Reuter.

RUGBY Easy for Cambridge [ARTICLE]

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RUGBY Easy for Cambridge T ONDON. Wed Chambridge gained thetr first victory livor Oxford Alnce 1963 in 'hr inter-Urmtrslty Ruuby 1 1 li .v Twickenham ysstgf day. Tli.-y \miii by a try and a penaity S""l In poiniM in nil. after leading 3-0 at halfnnie Their win was easier than

RACING Entries for KL amateur meeting [ARTICLE]

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RACING Entries for KL amateur meeting ENTRIES and weights for the amateur races at Kuala Lumpur on Saturday. PATRONS CIP (Class 1— If): Peak of Perfection 12.12. Royal Meadow 12 11. Oleander 111 12.9. Arouse 12 7. Green Jungle 12.3. Punters Delisht 12.2. Toowoomba 12 1. Wat Glung 12.0. Pardon

Query on Destination [ARTICLE]

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Query on Destination THE mra BUpendten ward's irpo. t uu the Ui.Kit Timali ncta I<>si Sund.i\ K.ltfc 2 Alter tnc ncld lumped twaj Mount Ilium lu-i aniujui when tightened bet wen G'-olclte II and Summer Full). I.ALt 4 About a lurlong from the tinish Hokoru who was endeavouring to rmU

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QUAKE HORROR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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QUAKE HORROR Radio picture from worst hit town of Koyna Nagar r FHIS radio picture from Koyna Nagar. the A worst hit town, shows the destructive power of the earthquake that shook the area on Monday. At least 170 bodies have been uncovered in the town and outlying districts. Soldiers

FEARS RISE: 500 VILLAGES STILL UNDER DEBRIS [ARTICLE]

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FEARS RISE: 500 VILLAGES STILL UNDER DEBRIS BOMBAY, Wednesday. TIIK (It'iilh toll Iroin Monday's earthquake may rise sharply. Authorities s;ii<l today ;il lc;isi 500 villages near the devastated town of Koyna Nagar are slill under <lcl)iis. The knuwn number ol dead is 170 with more than 2.000 injured, but It

DEATHS [OBITUARY]

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DEATHS KO TIAN BENC. 71 >f.n ,i«ay on l^'-ll'-tiT tearing behind 2 wives, Bye son*, itvc dutsnten, tut aaugnten;our »ons-ln-la« Haiurduv l«-i:"-fi7 Cortotc laavtaf :iwi Kivt r Valto* Koiid .it 1 p.m. No ■malaa ami mtollx Donations to charity. TAN TCNC LUAN afX M o( U'D-A CambrMa* Ro^d Sin^.ipor. |*aci-fully

Student, youth admit breaking into school [ARTICLE]

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Student, youth admit breaking into school ri^OAPOHE. Wed. A lo-year-old scljtKjiboy. Mohamed Yunu.s bm Husseui, and a joble.s.^ .\ouiii Mustapha bin Ha.san. 16. today auir.uicd a joint charge ol bnaJuug into the Kirn Ktat hoaci integrated ichool at 240 a.m. on Sept. L' 7. Trie schoolboy was arrested on the

Chichester's yacht is for sale [ARTICLE]

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Chichester's yacht is for sale LONDON. Wed.— The owner of Sir Francis Chlchester's yacht Gipsy Moth IV is looking for a buyer lor the vessel on rather stringent terms. Lord Dulverton. who bought out Chichester's shares in the yacht that went around the world, said if he rant lind a

Graduation [ARTICLE]

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Graduation SINGAPORK V\rd 1 he Minister lr >i Labour Mr. .Jrk Yrun Thong, and his vile will attend the graduation ceremony ol (ho Queoiustown School ol Do- me.stic Science at 56 Prince Pnihp Avenue at 7 p.m. on Sat- urday Mis. Jck will present the certiflc il

Training course [ARTICLE]

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Training course SINOAPORL. Wed. Ihr Minister i«>i- Hciiith. Mr. yong j Nyuk Lin. will open a residential leadership training course at the Rpd Cross holiday and training ce:itre at Tanah Merah Beau .it 10 a.m. OH Sundiiy

London stocks [ARTICLE]

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London stocks LONDON. Wed—Closing middle prices of selected stocks not including stamp duty were: RUBBER LONDON. Wed—Spot 16% d Jan. 16 15 16d.. Feb. 17\d. March 17 5 16d.. Jan Mar. 17',d.. April June 17 1116 d.. July Sept 17-.d Oct. Dec. 18 116 d.. Jan. March 183 16d April

We want a free vote, 22 rebel MPs tell Indira [ARTICLE]

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We want a free vote, 22 rebel MPs tell Indira NKW DKi.ui. MtaL— The Caagresa Party laced rersil la its nra ranks last nisiit mcr the dm enuaeat'a controversial Kill to retain English a.s an official langvage ot the countr.N alaagsMe Hindi. Twentjr-tw* P— in MP^ wrote to I'rime .Minister

Anniversary celebration [ARTICLE]

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Anniversary celebration SINGAPOF: Hi. MomiMT oi Parliament for Telok Blangah, Mi Bernard Etudrigues, will w Kiics'-oi-iioiicmr ai thr lir.st anniversary celebration ol thr Nelson Read community centre at "30 pin. < n Sunday. Tii; Inauguration ceremony "i the women's nib-committee, or ttv.' tout re will also be held the same

The heart transplant man continues to make progress [ARTICLE]

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The heart transplant man continues to make progress pAPETOWN, Wed. Heart transplant man Louis Washkansky continues to make a brief bulletin I .sued by Groote Schuur ita! said today. «pital spol the .)> -year old grocer, now in the 11;: cc his •ion. was Impatient to br up and about.

Hawaii health [ARTICLE]

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Hawaii health SINGAPORE. Wrci I): A. .iihhc health ll v ni Hawaii, will khp a talk on "Internatii I theatre ol Ihi H ■.spiial •ax 8.15 pjn. mi L>

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HONGKONG [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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HONGKONG RICHARD HUGHES TOD AY... 4 pages of the Hong Kong story its present and its future Whispers about Bank of China Extracts from the book by These extracts are taken from "llunu Kun«: Borrow rd place on borrowed timr" by Kit Maul Hughes to In published next real by

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Esso students get together [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Esso students get together I 'To supplement the current rfforts toward exposinc vuung MaU>kUn> of manaterlal calibre to the operations ol an International money complr\ fc*so Standard Mala v a Derhad l.isl week organised an orientalion programme for si\ »f lh(ir scholarship holder* at the I 111 wisity of Mala»a

Singapore company changes name [ARTICLE]

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Singapore company changes name IN order to identify the company more closely with the Fibrite trade mark in their new export drive Fibreglass Reinforced Products of Tanglin Halt have changed their name to Fibrite Fibreglass (S) Ltd. This was officially agreed at the third annual meeting on November. 30. Promotion

Mart standstill [ARTICLE]

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Mart standstill CHAN BONG SOO PRODUCE TRADE WITH BRITAIN AND EUROPE AFFECTED BY DEVALUATION By Till-! immediate effect <>r the devaluation of the British pound on Singapore's produce trade with Europe and Brnain luis been lo bring il nearly to a standstill. A siate of confUßiOD has since arisen at

SALESMAN FOR JAPAN [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SALESMAN FOR JAPAN 1 above) chief photographic prouucis salesman of Diethelm Co. Lid., has leu Singapore for Japan to cement relations with Japanese photographic equipment manulaclurers Mr Yuen, who has been in the photographic products line tor 21 years, will be away tor ihrer weeks During his stay in Japan.

Appointed Kuala Lumpur manager [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Appointed Kuala Lumpur manager \IK (HUO KIM Yr.L (above) has recently been promoted manager of thr Kuala Lumpur branch of Stockvis (Maluyai Ltd. Mr. Choo holds a diploma in business administration and is prcscntlv lukinß a course with the Chartered Institute of Secretaries. He joined Slokvis (Mi lid Hirer years

Engineer off to Melbourne [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Engineer off to Melbourne \|R RAYMOND YIH (above* Mobil Oil Malaya Sendirian Berhaci chief engineer for marKettng operations, recently left for a one year trainmc assignment In Melbourne Mi Yih's training in Australia will be in the latest methods of distribution, warehousing, trucking .iperation.v terminal operations and OWI plunntnt: and

N.Z. AIR EXPORTS RISE SHARPLY [ARTICLE]

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N.Z. AIR EXPORTS RISE SHARPLY NEW Zealand's exports by air rose spectacularly during the first half of the current financial year. 1967/68 In the six months to the end of September. Air New Zealand handled 84 per cent more cargo to and through Australia than in the same period in

World tour to get latest know-how [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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World tour to get latest know-how MR. Ltt, jm i-.v.N 1 above j Miic proprietor ol Lee onig nwanti ueciric uinga pure and i\tiaia L.uinpur and albu niaiiay.nti OiTeclOT of Uwitcngear tngineer.s Ltd.. Singapore, recemly reiurneu irom a lour months world tour. His tour, to obtain the lausi technical know-how

SALES' SURVEY TOUR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SALES' SURVEY TOUR ]i|R- KEITH GRAY uioove' cnyineeiiiiK manager of South Pacific Pump>- Company pty. Lid Australia a currently nutlng ;\iaii<>su ■nd ■agapon on h maiket I survey and BUM promotion tour, I 1 and for discussions with the company* anei;ts in this area. William JacKs Mr. Gra> said that

Eight long service awards [ARTICLE]

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Eight long service awards The East Asiatic Company Ltrt in Penang recently presented its eighth 25-year awn--cl to a servlnp employee The eight loni?-,ervlre members of the company liaxc a total of 220 years employment with i EAC between them Tlirv are Mmri; Gun Chin Huat imaiuser export department. All

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