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The Straits Times, 15 December 1967

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 TilK Niftiiniiil MBWXIIiIIIKI 1 The Straits Times Estd. 1845 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1%7 15 CENTS or 18 I KNTS W <Ntw eurrtneir) (UK) eurrtn«y) KDN. 2578:2590 M.(\(P)2266

Pat gets her 10th 'gold' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pat gets her 10th 'gold' DANGKOK, Thurs. Singapore's wonder uirl swimmer Patricia Chan won three more medals tonight to bring her total in Seap Games swimming evenl 10. She won the 200 metres women's butterfly, the 100 metres women's freestyle, and the -<*•) metres individual medley. Renter (See Pai;. CONSTANTINE

King flees i after coup flop [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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King flees i after coup flop Royal family in Rome as junta tightens grip... ATHENS, Thursday KING Constantino of Greece fled the country today after failing to overthrow the eight-month-old military government in one of history's greatest royal gambles. Reports reaching Athens s;iid hoops loyal to the military regime allowed

SURGEON: I LET THREE MEN DIE [ARTICLE]

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SURGEON: I LET THREE MEN DIE BIRMINGHAM, Thursday. J^ BRITISH surgeon s;iid he had allowed liner patients with irreparably damaged brains to die, even though they could have been kepi alive with a machine. Mr. Michael Porter, consultant surgeon at the Birmingham accident hospital, told reporters yesterday he had switched

Today's Xmas supplement [ARTICLE]

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Today's Xmas supplement N-PAGI Christ mas supplement in full colour yoes free with today's Straits Times .Make sure you get your copy.

Signing oath in blood [ARTICLE]

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Signing oath in blood MANILA. Thurs A newly elected member of the Davao Del Sur city council will sign his oath in blood when he UkM office on Jan. 1. Board member-erect Jose Zatitua said he Is taking the novel step out of respect lor the blood pact customs of

Students riot [ARTICLE]

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Students riot HYDERABAD. Thurs—Steelhelmeted police here fought with mobs of .^tone-throwing high school students on strike yesterday over Increases in their tuition fees and the continued teachinit of Erißlish.— Reuter.

Two share $3m pools win [ARTICLE]

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Two share $3m pools win LOND Thurs. Two Northern Knuland families wont mi a Christmas shoppine spree heir after sharing this week's top prize of C4tIJBH (about S.I million) on the foot- ill pools The winners were a $14 -a week llartlepiMils doc kcr .Mr John Hotacman. 4ji. and Mrv

Troops, police again on alert in Penang [ARTICLE]

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Troops, police again on alert in Penang GUNN CHIT THYE B/ and CHEAH SEOI\G FAIK. FENANG. Thursday iU.MKI) police and troO|*i are maintaining :i round-the-clock aferi throughout Iho State following rumours lhal shops will Ikobserving another hartal tomorrow "We will be maintaining more intensive patrols in both urban and rural

$100 m Govt loan issue by KL [ARTICLE]

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$100 m Govt loan issue by KL KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. The Treasury today announced the issue of a new cash loan of $100 million. The thira to br issued tins yoar. Its proceeds will ».\rds the linanciiiK <" 1»'(»--lecti under the first Malayda Plan. A Treasury statement said two wcurltlea

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS DEATH FALL SINGAPORE Thi. •nidentifircl hinr*e man. nrliewtl to he in her early thirties, fell t. death fn»m a M slme» blink nl flats in I Lima. T»a Pa?oh. latr to aitkl.

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Viets send manifesto to UN—A move to be independent of Hanoi [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Viets send manifesto to UN— A move to be independent of Hanoi United Nations, Thurs j in. leadership tin ielcoag has Mibmil tin Us political pro I<> I lit- I tilled Vinous lor the iii i oi iii .i lion of ail member x.ales in a aiiivc mlri prcli (I

Escalate war, says Congress group [ARTICLE]

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Escalate war, says Congress group 'ALLIED PROGRESS MUCH TOO SLOW" WASHINGTON, Thursday J^ C( )NGRESSIONAL war inquiry commission yesterday urged the admimsiration to let U.S. pilots bomb North Vietnamese air defences in heavily populated areas. A special sub-committee of flic House armed services panel reported that allied progress in the

Soviet bid in UN to enforce chemical war ban [ARTICLE]

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Soviet bid in UN to enforce chemical war ban IINITEI) NATIONS. Thurs- Kiixm.i >esterda.v accused the I'nitrd States of refusing to accede to the IMS (ieneva protocol banning chemical warfare, in ordrr to continue using poisonous cas. in Vietnam. The Soy;.- t representstiw in the General Assembly's main political committee.

Viets have a half million under arms, says Moscow [ARTICLE]

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Viets have a half million under arms, says Moscow \IOSCOW. Thuiv ThP 11 Viet con? )ia> 500.000 men under arms. The Soviet Government newspaper Izvcstla reported. DM Dgun .tvui: four tunes tiic American estimate of enemy troopi la irtnani iu> c.\fn :n hii izxT.sia editorial, which repealed rredlctiona that tho

Saigon and allies to cut truce to 4 days [ARTICLE]

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Saigon and allies to cut truce to 4 days rjAN THO (South Vietnam). Thurs. South Virtnam and Ha allies have asrerd to cut Christmas and \rw Year truce dn\s to four this vrar. > 'in- -President N c v y e n Cm K\ said here today. This is less

LBJ: I would rather be right than be President [ARTICLE]

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LBJ: I would rather be right than be President \V A S H I N G T ON. TT Thurs. Prpsiderrt Johnson ended a whirlwind s p ea king tour of three states last night by tolling: Americans he would rather be right than be President. With that, he acknowledged

Floods kill 8 [ARTICLE]

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Floods kill 8 iAKARTA Tliu raiif-ed by heaw moiuoon rauw Java i)*\ r k:;>d eicht people ana destrnved rrnny sency rrporird today.

Jean buys a penny stamp for £5,250 for a friend [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Jean buys a penny stamp for £5,250 for a friend IT WAS, U Mrs. 1 Jean Jeffries coni. quite a responsibility spending £5.250 on a stamp for a friend. blic went to a London stamp auction tor the tlrst time last week and beat top dealers to walk Ofl with

Another 2 satellites now in orbit [ARTICLE]

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Another 2 satellites now in orbit CAPE KENNEDY, Thurs. Two satellites designed to pave the way for American astronauts in .•-■pace were launched yesterday and officials said the early stages of the flight "looked perfect." Forty-three minutes after the launching by a Thorrvita rocket both wore in crbit around the

Canadian wheat for China [ARTICLE]

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Canadian wheat for China ol 1 AWA riiur.v baa attiTcii in aell China an additional 78 400.u0u wheat. ibe 1 1 nil Minister. Mi Kobrn Winters, told Parliament i mnu for the sale folk 'prolonged negotiations" in n Wlw.it

Interpol alert [ARTICLE]

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Interpol alert JAKARTA. Tlllin The police h.ive MHlght the unie nf t lie International Police Organisation i lnterpol i to ar■i k'umii as KiiiE "f Tin Smugglers," lie.'-- ifency reported to be hiding li bmgaporc ii

Languages Bill approved by Indian Parliament [ARTICLE]

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Languages Bill approved by Indian Parliament ■MEW DELHI, Thurs.— Parliament yesterday approved by 224 votes to 75 the official Languages Bill which names Hindi as the link language throughout the country. Mr.- Indira Gandhi and her supporters in the Congress Party added amenamenU to the pill lavourins the Hindlspeaking population

Noted Korean composer jailed for life [ARTICLE]

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Noted Korean composer jailed for life SEOUL. Thurs— Noted cuml>«.~cr I-Sanis Yun. taken home from \v>\-t Qprni.tny by South Korean .-ecurity officials lad year to s'und trial for .suspected .spvinu lor North Korea. wai sentenced to liir lmpnMinmem here today Thr pro^ecutlon had demanded death for the 50--yeHi-<>ld composer. The

Vatican starts 'school by mail' [ARTICLE]

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Vatican starts 'school by mail' VATICAN CITY Thurs.— The Vatican has set up a correspondence school of theology. The course wu inaugurated on Monday in a ceremony presided over oy Angelo Cardinal Dellaqua The course, sponsored by th** Vatican Centre for the Preservation of the Faith, is intended for laymen

Coalition rumours: A firm 'no9 by Heath [ARTICLE]

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Coalition rumours: A firm 'no 9 by Heath I ONDO.N. Thury The leader of the Opposition. Mr Edward Heith. has rejected any poNMhilit\ of takins h's Conscr\.iti\e Part] into a coalition with the governing Labour l'ni\ Mr diM'ounted muchpublicised rumours that he micht offer such a move to help the

CAIRO STATES TERMS FOR REOPENING OF SUEZ CANAL [ARTICLE]

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CAIRO STATES TERMS FOR REOPENING OF SUEZ CANAL Gaza sector not included in pullout demand CAIRO. Thursday. GOVERNMENT spokesman said yesterday that the reopening of the Suez Canal is conditional on the withdrawal of Israeli forces from all of the Sinai peninsula but not necessarily from other Israeli-occupied Arab territories.

Whirlwinds grounded [ARTICLE]

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Whirlwinds grounded LONDON, Thurs. RAP Whirlwind helicopters have boon grounded followins discovery of a gearbox defect in a helicopter of the Queen's Plight which crashed last Thursday, it whs announced today. Pour Air Force offlcer.x died in the crash, near Newburv. in south-west England. Reuter.

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'MESSIAH' BY MASS CHOIR [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'MESSIAH' BY MASS CHOIR Thurs. An 80-voice choir will perform Handel's Messiah for the National Art Gallery and Academy of Arts building fund on Dec. 21 at the Singap or c Conference Hall. The choir, who are members of the Singapore Musical Society, will be led by Flt.-Lt. Norman Warnev

Christmas carols by candlelight [ARTICLE]

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Christmas carols by candlelight SINGAPORE. Thurs. There will be an evening of •Chr.stmas Carols by Candlelight" In the grounds of the Novena Church. Thomson Road, at 8 o'clock on Sunday. Special items will also be presented by three youth choirs from the Novena Church •The Primitives. 1 a well known

Centenary fete [ARTICLE]

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Centenary fete SINGAPORE. Uiurs. The centenary celebrations of the Thong Chai Medical Inn nut ion will be held in the instmaions Wayang Street clinic at 11 am. on Sunday.

Fete for 750 children [ARTICLE]

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Fete for 750 children SINGAPORE. Tluiii The St Vincent de Paul Society will liuld Us annual Chru>tma& party (or 750 under-privileged children from various kampongs in Singapore on Sunday. The party will be held in the grounds of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament In Commonwealth Drive from 2 p.m.

Xmas jumble sale [ARTICLE]

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Xmas jumble sale SINGAPORE. Thurs. The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour In Siglap Hill will hold a Christmas Jumble sale on Sunelav at 7.30 a.m. at the parish hall.

Colonel's party for 1,000 children [ARTICLE]

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Colonel's party for 1,000 children SINGAPORE. Thurs. Col. R. B. Brenchley. the Commanding OITU-er 40 Base Workshops REME. Singapore, will give a Christmas party on Sunday for 1.000 underprivileged children of the Tion* Buhru constituency at the Tionu Bahru community centre.

Tourists as house guests: Idea won't work, say experts [ARTICLE]

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Tourists as house guests: Idea won't work, say experts SINGAPORE. Thurs TiOURISM experts generally do not think the idea of finding alternative accommodation for tourists in private homes as paying guests will work out in the context of social customs and conditions in Singapore The suggestion was made by the

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Millionaire's wife to return to husband for two months' 'trial stay' [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Millionaire's wife to return to husband for two months' 'trial stay' PBNANO, Thurs A millionaire's wife moved out of her hu*l>and's home in North im Kd.kl last September heBMM she could not find proper food and peace of mind there, a magistrate's court was told today. "She needed both after

Painting contest for children [ARTICLE]

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Painting contest for children SINGAPORE, Thurs.— Children here and in Malaysia up to the age of thirteen are being invited by the German short wave broadcasting station, Duetsche Welle, to take part in a painting and drawing competition. The first prize will be a free return, air trip to West

Potatoes to aid class fund [ARTICLE]

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Potatoes to aid class fund MUM. fhun K'.rlM wiiinrii d( the adult education hrn Will pi. i nl |WMt potato) ICK "t land under i!ic gotong rorang' Bjrstem. liir money collected from the harvest will ko to the adult education cla.v> fund.

Broke curfew [ARTICLE]

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Broke curfew BUKI'I MEHTA.JAM. 'I hurv Thntrrn cuiirw breaken plPaded Builty in tlir Bukit Meitii.mm court yr.sterdHy Eleven were lined $50 "each and the others S4S.

Two arson cases in Kedah [ARTICLE]

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Two arson cases in Kedah .ALOR STAR, Thursday. •JWO cases of arson were reported in Jitra and Alor Star in the past 48 hours. A police spokesman today said that villagers helped to put out the fires. The damage has not been ascertained. All-out efforts are being made to hunt

OOI: DON'T BLAME ONE ANOTHER FOR THE RIOTS [ARTICLE]

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OOI: DON'T BLAME ONE ANOTHER FOR THE RIOTS OENANG, ThUrtV The Mayor, Mr. Ooi Thiam Siew. today urged the people of Penang not to blame one another for the recent disturbances. "Instead of trying to find a scapegoat, let us try and analyse dispassionately all that has happened." he said

Another 3 in Krian freed [ARTICLE]

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Another 3 in Krian freed IPOH. Thurs. Prrak police have released another three 1 people who were detained beI cause of the recrnt dls- turbances in the Krian tlis- tnrt The enrfew hours in Krian remn'ns tlir .s^me— from 2 a.m. to 6 h. in No Incidents uere report od

Manicka's visit [ARTICLE]

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Manicka's visit RAUB Thurs. The Minister of Labour.- Mr. V. Manuk;n. t sagam will arrive here tomorrow for a two-day vl«lt

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BRUNEI'S $111 M STERLING LOSS: DATO LEE 'NOT TO BE BLAMED' [ARTICLE]

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BRUNEI'S $111 M STERLING LOSS: DATO LEE 'NOT TO BE BLAMED' BRUNEI TOWN. Thurs. Brunei's acting Mentri Besar. Dato Pengiran Yusof. today defended the State Financial Officer. Dato John Lee. in the Legislative Coun- cil against criticisms by councillors who also demanded his resignation. T*v councillors held Dato Lee responsible

Woman to lead Thai Koran contest team [ARTICLE]

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Woman to lead Thai Koran contest team BANGKOK. Ihurs lour Thai "Muslim scholars will leave here on Siturilax tor Kual.i Lumpur whrrc the> will take part in the eighth Inte r n a t ional Koran Reading content The leader of the Thai leani will be .Mrs. S»morn Puminaronu. secret;«r\

Pirates strike again [ARTICLE]

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Pirates strike again RUDY BELTRAN: By Kuala Lumpur. Thurs tMYE armed pirates, believed to be Indonesians, robbed tour Malaysia n fishermen in international waters of! the Selangcr coast oi' two boats, fishing nets, provisions and other articles worth a total of $22,100. The piracy occurred at about 11.30 p.m. on

Broken leg crash fails to slow Japanese Mr. Solo [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Broken leg crash fails to slow Japanese Mr. Solo STEPHEN BOEY By JPOII. Tliurs—A brokr* rirht log. rrrrivrcl in a ir.isii in Death Valley, alnorni;:. roulil tl«t drt<T shitrru Voshida, 25, from t'ontinuin^ lik roundthe world trip on .i 359 c <\ ninlnr-ryi Ir uliich he described if his "lionif

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1 Josey: Lee aims at a just and more equal society [ARTICLE]

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1 Josey: Lee aims at a just and more equal society SINGAPORE, Thurs.— 10 Socialist Singapore has more millionaires to every 10.000 or tne population than neighbouring States governed by rightwing governments. Bnti>h journalist. Mr. Alex Josey. said that at a luncheon meeting ot the Rotary Clud We»l today, when

Free X-ray [ARTICLE]

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Free X-ray RAIB. Thui>. A mobile Xr;iy iPiirn will give frp> examinations to the public .<t the District H«>piuil here lor three days beginning on Mond*y.

Extra trains to meet festive season rush [ARTICLE]

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Extra trains to meet festive season rush KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. There will be two night mail train Wl botwoen Kuala Lumpur and Bu'terworth from Dec. 22 to Jan. 8. due to the festive season rush, the Malayan Railway announced here today. The first train will leave Kuala Lumpur and Butterworth

Customs find opium 'transit centre' [ARTICLE]

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Customs find opium 'transit centre' Chan Beng Soon: By Alor Star, Thursday j^EDAH Customs have discovered a ''transit centre" for an opium-smuggling racket. The discovery was made after the recent seizure of 100 lb of raw opium valued at $4,000 in a farmhouse at Tasek Glugor en the Kedah-Province Wellesley

Chief Kathi marries two Muslim converts [ARTICLE]

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Chief Kathi marries two Muslim converts DSMAMG. Thurs. Two Muslim converts were married in Ihe office of the State Chief Kathi here today. Mr Ong Mu.k Pin. and MsH Loke I. can Sin. 21. took the names of M< lik i bin Abdullah and Malta lnnl«- Abdullah for Ihrir wedding

Staff Side and Suffian Report [ARTICLE]

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Staff Side and Suffian Report KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs. Tl]e Stall Side of vie Whitley Council has tinished its study of the Sufrian Salaries Commission report, the chairman of the Stall Side. Mr. T. Narendran. said today. TIM SUdl Side will >übinil it.s rccummendalion.s to me Government next week. ;ind the

More messages for President [ARTICLE]

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More messages for President SINGAPORE. Thurs. Mure coniiiatulHtory messages have been received by President Yu.siif on his recent election to third iHe.Niileiiu.il mih The lniest «re irom President Tito of YiißiislxMii. Kinc F.iisitl of Saudi Arabia and the BulUn or Solaiißor.

Ong acid attack: Police check on man with burns [ARTICLE]

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Ong acid attack: Police check on man with burns Xl U.\ I. I MP I K. Thurs. A man with burns on his iiands has been sent by the police lor a nn-clii.il check to determine whether they were caused by acid. A police source connected with the investigation of

Customs men seize still [ARTICLE]

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Customs men seize still A I. OR STAK. Thurs.— ln a raid la.st night at Bukit Junun 34 mile.s from here. Customs officer* .seized complete still tat diMilline in blukxr near some estate labourer.*' quarters ■flhty imlloiis cil lernirnted riM.sh WCR sISO .seized. A man has been detained

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A boost for private building: Barker [ARTICLE]

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A boost for private building: Barker SIMiAPORK. Thursday. Till. Snii;.i|)(»i c (iovernmenl is activeh en itairaging more private participation in biiikliiig pn>jec*ts because ii realises that iis efforts alone may n«»i be good enough lo mccl Ihe demand* by the urban renewal and (IcNclopiiicnl scheme. This was stated by the

New trial for 96 Barisan members [ARTICLE]

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New trial for 96 Barisan members SINGAPORE. Thurs new trial of the !»6 Bartsan Sosiali.s members and supporters charged under the Vandalism Act begun today before the fourth magistrate. Mr boey Kun Honjj. Tue accused, including 27 women, arc accused ol m.j. up numbered Identities .uu. in the Chestnut Unvi

ALLIANCE CALLS FOR NEW LABOUR POLICY [ARTICLE]

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ALLIANCE CALLS FOR NEW LABOUR POLICY SINtiAPORFJ. Thurs. The Alliance Party lingapura lias called lor the tormuiutioii oi a new labour policy in Singapore which would bring aooul an alliance ol workers and employers in a i)i( > statement signed by it.- chairman. Dr. Thiu Chan Bee. the party referred

New Japanese envoy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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New Japanese envoy The Japanese Aiiiba.~-.Kinr In B lro> Yosblda left >. chatting President Mit Utana jreaterday .hut presenting )us credential* 10 th« rideni

STORE'S FIRST ELEVATED ROAD BEING BUILT [ARTICLE]

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STORE'S FIRST ELEVATED ROAD BEING BUILT SINGAPORE. Tliurs. Singapore- has entered a new phase in its road construction programme with the building of a $750,000 Trumpet Interchange for northern access to the Tux Payuh township. A <i<»\ eminent si.Hr ni'-nt tod:>y said that this scheme whieli began last month. involved

4½ in. of rain but no flood [ARTICLE]

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4½ in. of rain but no flood SINGAPORE I Some 4 -it inches ol rai 1 in Slugapon rrom 7.30 a.m -i p.m. today. But de.-vpit.- inlermlttent showers irom about 4 p :n yestorday to 3 p.m. today, no finding v I n the island

Improve your skill' Toh urges MSA staff [ARTICLE]

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Improve your skill' Toh urges MSA staff SINGAPORE. Thurs f rHE Deputy Prime 1 Minister, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, tonight cautioned the staff of Malaysia Singapore Airiinos particularly the engineers thai unless they improved their .skills, the airline would "shrivel up" m the face oi Qerce International competition. This *m

Free shows [ARTICLE]

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Free shows I he I K»mChoilg School In Oule^ar Rohm. Canbe: In Naval Bii-e and H«» School in I

Donor wins new car [ARTICLE]

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Donor wins new car SINGAPORE. Than Thr hrM prtn wiaaei »i Uu siiiuaporf Anti- Tiiber«ulosi> 1!>(>" don 1 1 ion dr.'\\. Mr P.N lan of thr (ixil AvtatlfM Department Ins received >■ i pri/r of Ferd ortina cle Luxe from Mr Richard I. mi K< i- Mini; chdirinan of the

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The 'Golden Mile'-Goh tells of consortium [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The 'Golden Mile'Goh tells of consortium Singapore Parliament debates Budget By OUR PARLIAMENTARY REPORTERS -Progress? Urban renewal scheme 'has created hardships instead' SINGAPORE, Thursday 'J'HE Finance Minister, Dr. Goh Keng Swee, told Parliament today that the Government was now helping to form a consortium to finance the "Golden Mile" project

REVIEW POLICY OF WORK _ PERMITS' CALL TO GOVT [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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REVIEW POLICY OF WORK PERMITS' CALL TO GOVT Singapore Parliament nounced by the Fi: nnister in his Burici t SIR. r GO%UNDABAMY I praued the Budget ax an impressive one and tli« achievements set on: r> dimension* But he urged the H t that much re.-ults wen also the work

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MARCOS MAY COMK LATER [ARTICLE]

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MARCOS MAY COMK LATER JVJANII.A. Thurs. President Marcos may delay his arrival in Kuala Lumpur by one day to Jan. 8. informed sources .said today. The sources said there was no special reason for the planned change except that the new date will be convenient to both Philippine and Malaysian

A private funeral for crash pilot [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A private funeral for crash pilot KUALA LUMPUR. Thurs Flight Lieut. Alexander amnUell. the RMAF pilot killed when his single engine Pioneer crashed in the Pahang jungle near Kuantan yesterday, was buried at heras Road cemetery here this afternoon. The private burial i\ emony. arranged by his widow Ann. was

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 111 M „rrf. Hi < Minimum I llftl or. Ih.lr MR. AND MR*, 1100 l U THANKS TO JESUi >|*<lal!y

The Straits Times [ARTICLE]

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The Straits Times Friday, December 15, L 967

The Flight To Rome [ARTICLE]

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The Flight To Rome Kir Constantine has gambled, apparently recklessly, and lot. Hi.-, attempt to overthrow Ihe junta that has ruled Greece since April e«.llapsed in hours and the royal family has fled t o Rome The nmta appears in tinner control than ever, entirely free please itself whether it

Lift or Drag? [ARTICLE]

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Lift or Drag? Any proposal to associate Government M-hools in SingaPOM more ilosclv with the community they serve is certainly to Ix applauded. But whether this can most eflectively I>i> d«>ne through iidsisoiy committeeg of "local U" should be open to i further study. Committees have a habit of getting

Last Gasp [ARTICLE]

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Last Gasp Action taken by the Gov- < rnmeni undoubtedly ha> greatly reduced the ability el subversives and gangaters In Penang to make trouble. Apparently, however, the tin eat has not been completely <lis|)i»M'(t 01. It is in:possible to believe that th«r enemies oi law and order have it m

A GOLDEN FUTURE FOR USSR? [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A GOLDEN FUTURE FOR USSR? VICTOR ZORZA WORRYING IMPLICATIONS OF SOVIET DRIVE TO BE TOP GOLD PRODUCER By London, Friday \IR. Khrushchev once said that in the future gold would be used to line the walls of public lavatories. In this he was merely repeating a famous saying of Lenin's.

LEARNING MALAY [ARTICLE]

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LEARNING MALAY YUNUS MARIS LESSON 130 in a new series by (.I.OSSARV: Si' ..i .dj) bus;.; RKma.sharakaiAN in t pertaininj; to society, sociological social. barian:J KtmasharakatAN (N) BO&aJ urbanizations: tiang (ii) p.-op. pillar: tianj; seri Ud. exp.) a vital support, backbone, lifeblood. Translate the following (B. H. Deo 6>: Guru

LETTERS

Charged a month for 21 days service [LETTER]

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Charged a month for 21 days service T RECEIVED the 1 latest issue of my electricity bill and noted two changes. First, the date of reading had been advanced by nine days; second, my account number had been altered. On enquiring at the Electricity Board. ban. I vu inlormed ihat

CARPING [LETTER]

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CARPING I ATTENDED the concPrt by the young Singapore pianist. Vivlenne the Kuala Lumpur Town Hall recently, and was very impressed by her technical and inti ror tative capabilities. Her memory throughOUI a very demanding programme was virtually and she showed a of concentration and self -possession Th" earning remarks

RADIO TALK [LETTER]

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RADIO TALK IVHEN Radio Malaysia started m< dium wave broadcasts in Kuantan. we thought we would get good reception at last. But lor the la.st three months reception has been bad. Telephone conversations can be heard v. :y clearly and there are all sorts of atmospheric noi.M 1 People dare

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'Cut down public spending instead...' [ARTICLE]

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'Cut down public spending instead...' UA L A LUMPUR. Thurs. Two student unions today appi eminent to cut down public expel conserve money *o mot :ost of education Instead of Incn secondary school pupils. Th Unmn of I StuUnlverslty nf Malay i Union. Th' d 'Me benefit* which resulted from

Singapore plan for standard addresses [ARTICLE]

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Singapore plan for standard addresses gINtiAPORE. Ihurs The dovernment is planning to set up a committee to standardise the Chinese translations of street n lines in Singapore. The different hinese dialeel translations of street names h..i\e given rise to some ((infusion in both pulilic and private correspondence. The committee is

Attendant killed [ARTICLE]

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Attendant killed BINGAPORB, Ttatn Ong a tony att«>nd- killed last meht whpn his lorry minded vu'h a parked lorry in Outram Roud

Exchange rates: Banks explain [ARTICLE]

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Exchange rates: Banks explain Singapore. Thurs The Association of Banks in Malaysia has stated that it was impossible to lay down any uniform procedure or course of conduct to deal with the problems of fixing exchange rates arising from the devaluation of the pound. In a rrplv to a recent

Bravery medal for corporal [ARTICLE]

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Bravery medal for corporal (England). Thurs Princess Alexandra yesterday decorated a Gurkha corporal with a medal tor his gallantry in action in Borneo. Cpl. Mandahader Thaoa of the 2nd King Edward VII own G<>ork.t.s rrcmed the medal at the unvrilme of a memorial window in the Indian army T<mni to

Flour gift [ARTICLE]

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Flour gift Xl AI.A I.tMI'LK liiura Kliin t-ive 3 UOU o.u.- "i tkur trnm the Ft Mill. «t hi* off; distribution to poof Muiiims during the luting month and Hart Ray*.

Malaysia's first Volvo rolls out [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia's first Volvo rolls out KUALA LUMPUR, Thursday. Minister of Transport. Tan Sri Sardon, today test drove the first assembled-in-Malaysia Volvo from the Swedish Motor Assemblies at Batu Tiga, 12 miles from here. Test driving Volvo No 1 with Tan Sri Saraon weie the managing director of the plant. Mr.

Italy to import rubber direct from Malaysia [ARTICLE]

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Italy to import rubber direct from Malaysia MAUREEN PETERS: By Kuala Lumpur, Thursday ITALY has decided to import rubber directly from Malaysia instead of buying it through Singapore or London, the leader of a 25-member visiting Italian trade mission said here today. Italy will also be buying; increasing; quantities of

Brunei to outsiders: Don't meddle in our affairs [ARTICLE]

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Brunei to outsiders: Don't meddle in our affairs BRUNEI TOWN. Thurs. Brunei has told outsiders not to Interfere in its arTai Its problems were its own. The "hands off" Brunei declaration la cntalned In an Istana statement Issued today T*h<- statement, signed by Dato Jamil Umar. a palace adviser, and

New envoy [ARTICLE]

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New envoy JAKARTA Thurs Th« ne« Malaysian Ambassador to lndiriPt'.H Tan Sri Ya'arob bin Abdu! 'V presented his credentials to acting Prfv sicpnt Gen Sub.- Na'iinal Palace AP

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The best of many worlds [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The best of many worlds HONG KONG Further ex racts from the book by RICHARD HUGHES Apart from its lovely girls, the colony offers some of the best Chinese food in the world With the ptissible txcepuuii uj cneia oi weauiiy L'xuj wbo lied iroui Communuta iia\ up Jcitchei^. the

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Manila: Why Sabah should come under our control [ARTICLE]

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Manila: Why Sabah should come under our control MANILA, Thurs THE Philippine contention that Sabah would be a better bulwark to Communism if it were under Philippine control has been raised again in a new Government document. "Philippines Claim to North Borneo (Sabah). Volume II" was Issued on the eve

Talks on future of CVealth Brigade [ARTICLE]

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Talks on future of CVealth Brigade ONDON. Thurs. Britain is consulting Australia and New Zealand on how to mitigate effects on their forces of tho forthcoming Br i tisn withdrawal from the Commonwealth Brigade in Malaysia. The Defence Minister for Equipment Mr. Roy Mason, told the House of Commons this

Toynbee here next week [ARTICLE]

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Toynbee here next week KUA! A 1 IMITR, Thui.v anally known Bntlxh historian and author, pio- Arnold Toynbee. will arre next Thursday for a Prof Tbynbtc who is an hw ».i> home from Japan, -J^ 111 ft'.vr k talk at the UnivPis;t\

$4.8 million contract [ARTICLE]

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$4.8 million contract TOKYO. Thurs Hitachi < ablrs Ltd. has won a contract to supply the Singapore Public Utilities Board with about S4B million worth of high voltagr cablrs. it was .innouncrd today.

Family planning boost on scooters [ARTICLE]

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Family planning boost on scooters KIALA LI MPIR. Thurv Thr National F.«mil> Planninc Board "ill BM its newly luquired fleet of 30 Vespa droolers in ;i major effort to boost family planning in the rural areas. A gift from the Swedish International Development Authority. the scootrrs urre delivered to the

Judo threat [ARTICLE]

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Judo threat KANS.->6 CITY Thun The \Kis\ oilier hCK :n ivrjilcd a threatening leitfr Ut Claw, The writer- after listing h:* requc-is. told Banta that he did not receive the i wanted, he you a judo choD."— UPI

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Straits Times Crossword laaaaaF^^iaaaar^Bßf aaaaaf IHB II liH WM aaaaaaT aaH sBT iH^^JaaaaaTl aaaaT"" ACROSS 5. N«Uv* with unuMntlty tn»» 1. Isn't Ted cro« about the look 8l comer people gtUiag Iree 1 Com i""t« 'or her sxenoO5) xhiftrrn 181 Native m JotM another fSSg gTUZfi 9. Bill appears ln

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Just fancy that... MICKEY SHELTERS UNDER TERESA'S SHELL RICKEY the little white mouse certainly has a nerve. At Plymouth Zoo, he thinks nothing of sheltering under the Suge shell of giant land tortoise Teresa, a 3cwt. native of the Aldabra Islands in the Indian Ocean. And if Teresa didn't want

18 killed, 15 hurt as dam bursts [ARTICLE]

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18 killed, 15 hurt as dam bursts WARSAW, Thur.sTons of mud and water swept through five villages in south-west Poland yesterday when a dam bur>t near here, the PAP news agency reported. PAP said at lea.st 18 persona were killed and 15 seriously injured by the rush of mud and

Peking calls on Burma to release detainees [ARTICLE]

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Peking calls on Burma to release detainees HONG KONG. Thurs China has called on Burma to immediately release her nationals who were arroMed during the anti-Chinese incidents. According to the Nrw china Nru.s Ageacy, ;i N«ur was delivered in the BurniP.oF authorttlM on M'>nd:iv whuh pointed out that the Chine.ye

Swinging it up with the 'Bawdy Bard' [ARTICLE]

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Swinging it up with the 'Bawdy Bard' NEW YORK. Thurs.— Production of a musical based on the life and times of William Shakespeare is being planned by Warner Brothers-Seven Arts at Hollywood, Film Daily reported. It has been tentatively titled "The Bawdy Bard." The lilm i.s described as a ".spectacle

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MELBOURNE STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE STOCKS MKIHorK^IE. Thurs. I\j| ININGS strengthened the rol;ite dP«litics yesterday Miwt reydatered lalrty ioIM ealna Gnat Bouldrr up 60 cents to $6.70. i: ft $11.00. North Kntkrn Hill, however, declined 12 OCntl to $6.88. Oils WCn variable. Magellan up j 15 cont.s to $2 00 Industrials rises shaded falls

RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER PRICES JAM ART firvt ft-ratlr ruhbrr f.o.b. buyers climrd at p.m in Kual.i I.umpur and Itagmpan yesterday at 4!) cents per Ib. lup a quarter of a r.nl un Wednesday's rlosint; levrl. The tonr was quiet. K.A.S. and M.K.I: closing prirps :n rrnts per Ib. yesterday. Buyers Sellers Int.

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Dee. n. KL'RBKK PUCE: VK vents (up a quarter of cent). TIN PRICK. mill (down 75 cents). Estimated nil. nn: 20U tons (up 10 tons)

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES THE Auociation et Banks in Malay--1 tia ti wi^es In Us rates to mirchants *yesterday (all rates to M'»l United States: Km in* 1 I Xl Ih. airmail un 3J I. '>!•.. M> d st 33 ./1« r.dil lulls :nj trade hills Canada: Kuvint; TT HA, airmail OD

ANOTHER QUIET DAY ON STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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ANOTHER QUIET DAY ON STOCK EXCHANGE From Our Market Correspondent rE Stock Exchange continued its present, quiet pre-Christmas holiday trend yesterday, and industrials were steady again. However the section came off later to close barely steady. The main features continued to be Ben and Co. and PMC. Ben was traded

STOCKS INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS INDICES Malayan Slock Indirrs »<r. 13 Ur«. It •Industrials: 1 |7 I'ropprlirv r.X. I 138.111 v.Minin»s: x:.i:: x!..;ii v$ ruhbrrs: IMJI Illl.fiK ■'.Ure. M, 1 Km *l»rr. M, IMfKIM

Straits tin price is down by 75 cents [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price is down by 75 cents rr Straits tin price Kit yesterday by 75 tents to SsB:>.'.»."i on an ofTerint; estimated up 10 tons to .'mi tons, tons Less .support was reported as the Christmas holiday approaches with main buying said to be from Europe In London on

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Business done on the Stock Exchange [ARTICLE]

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Business done on the Stock Exchange I.JI MM >> IN (VI) Kl.fllK II l» If) Mil HIXGAPOM \M> kl M\ II MIM i: TK \I>IN«. IKIIIMs Of Mil STO4 K I\< II Wi.i >IMIRD W lIH III! M'MRI.K OI >lI\RKS IK tIIMI IN BKM kl I S INDUSTRIALS Br.i J".l

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES /"HINESE Produce E»chanice, Singaday Coconut ail: Balk $<>"» >ellers. drum Coprj W:\.ri cf..t. i io«,.r Dec Jan. IK Cont. 1351 H Paaper: Mumok <• mtr <: «pe< :ll I HOTt atllara < ail '.m- m NL.WI. ASIA ili;j ullers (10wv MA\ Sintapere Ceconut on Millers' Aita* elanen pnet.

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES Otrea oehange market to Hone KrnK yesterday tr,.- U.S. Dollar artM quotrd at 6ui for T.T. anil ot>t ror caih. Stfrlm^ >k ouutM* at 14 46 and ons lacl of fold Bl

SHIPS IN LOCAL PORTS [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN LOCAL PORTS eNIPS LYING ALONGSIDE THE SINCAPORE HARBOUR WHARVEt OR EXPECTED TODAY ARE Karachi 1 r.rx'-lav :!'4. A-'rid I K 10 11. Kernland I■: 14. President Taylor It II M .ni '.-1 a. Mli Bashlhama H it Otakw. i -i. 4 t SHIPS IN THE ROAOS AS AT

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Who's the winner? [ARTICLE]

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Who's the winner? THIS was the problem which beat the Thai judges at Bangkok: Who's the winner of the women's 100 metres final Cheryl Dorall of Malaysia (bottom) or Busbong Yimploy of Thailand (centre)? The judges called for two photographs to study but still could not come up with the

Singapore tourists beaten by 132 runs [ARTICLE]

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Singapore tourists beaten by 132 runs WORLD ROUNDUP (MIU KfcT Prrih. Thurs: s The Singapore touring le; in were beaten by 132 luns in a one-day match against a WfH Australian Governor'!. XI yesterday. The Gr\ernor.s XI. batrng first, declared a- 232-5 and then di.Mn:.-.-ed the tourists for 100 Srorrboard:

Malaysia's long, dreary day [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Malaysia's long, dreary day Norman Siebel. Mansoor Rahman and Ernest Frida SEAP SPECIAL reports by BADMINTON DEFEATS— MOST BITTER BANGKOK, Thursday MALAYSIA had their longest day of broken hopes and frustration in th Fourth Seap Games today. Except for victory m the table tennis mixed doubles final and i scrap

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JABATAN PERTANIAN PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD NEGERI SEMBILAN mmikkiiv i>i:i>artm»:nt p\lil FERTILISER >l IJ^IHV \ol K K 10 < o\si Ml RS 111 Ml 1968 Interruption of Untn.Uy lnuted for the Nui>i>hrs r. enable up g r«dinK of the exetwork transformer and ,cmc 1968 tor the State of M to be

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ft? *2t*k 111 I 11 M I \i\ jl Yes. A Gold Medal Award at the International Inventors' Exhibition, Brussels for the SOOGER sponge mop and the Judges found it so good that they olso awarded us the Silver Medal AND THAT IS NOT ALL. During the last 10 years,

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'Queen' Pat [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Queen' Pat Lim Yaw Chong Pictures by All the Seap results Amazing feat in relay lands 'gold' for Spore ]> NGK< )K, Thurs. Singapore kept travelling the rainbow road to their pot of gold in the Seap Games swimming events last night. winning two more golds last night, from the

Race entries for Penang [ARTICLE]

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Race entries for Penang A TOTAL o! 244 horses— 63 from Class One. 74 CUss Two and 107 Class Three— has been entered for the Penang Christmas-New Year meeting on Dec 24. 25. 30 and 31. The Gold Cud race over lOf has attracted 23 entries.. CLASS 1 s}f or

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH MAOAM RASAMMAH II 12 t.7 H p in. nn I 1^ 87 from I

A students' sit-in against higher hostel fees [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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A students' sit-in against higher hostel fees KI'ALA I.IMPLK. Thurs. More than 500 -tudent.s 200 of tin- in pirls of Urn IniverMt.v «f .Malaya today In 111 a noisy .sit-in cleiinmstralion at the campus in protest against the proposed increase in hostel fees next year. They waved placards and chanted

London stocks [ARTICLE]

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London stocks LONDON. Th n losing middle prices of selet stocks not including stamp aut., were: RUBBER LONDON. Thurs. Spot 17d., Jan. 17 3. 16d.. Feb. 17 ,d. March 17 9 16d Jan March 17 '«d.. April June 17 7 s d. July Sept. 18'>d Oct Dec 18\d., Jan. March

America developing N-terror [ARTICLE]

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America developing N-terror WASHINGTON, Thurs The Inited States is developing a space vehicle that can drop off thermonuclear warheads city by city as it flies over enemy territory, the New York Junes reported today. Quolinc Mr. John I'ostcr. director of Defence Kcsearch and i;nKinrrring. the report said tli.it one of

The magic that failed... [ARTICLE]

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The magic that failed \CCRA, Thurs. A magician who claimed i<> be able to have people .shot and then resurrect them, failed in the vital part of his trick and gave nnn>eli up to the police, the Ghana news agency reported today. The agency .said the magician, Professor Hindu, had

No-water areas [ARTICLE]

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No-water areas SINGAPORE. Thurs Then will be no wascr tOOKHIOI ix>tween 9 am and p m at Redhill School and Bukit Merah School. Jalan Buku Merah

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