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The Straits Times, 16 December 1967

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Masthead [TITLE SECTION]

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 The Straits Times Ik Niitiiiiml HBWS|I!I|IKP Estd. 1845 SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1967 15 CENTS or 18 CENTS INl* lutrtncy) (Old ciiM'ncv) KDN. 2578:2590 M.C.(P)2266

Razak in Manila: I am here to relax [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Razak in Manila: I am here to relax MANILA. Fri. Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak, said today he Is prepared to lix a date for the start of talks on the Philippines claim to Sabah. Tun Razak, however, emphasised on his arrival here for a four day visit

The big Penang hartal flop [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The big Penang hartal flop Armed patrols and business as usual PENANG, Fridau THE forces of law and order gave subversive elements no chance to start another hartal throughout the State today. Reassured by i\w presence of hoops and police, (he people on Penang Island and in Province Welles lev

ACTRESS USED VOODOO TO GET GIFTS [ARTICLE]

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ACTRESS USED VOODOO TO GET GIFTS court told LOS ANGELES, Fri.— A mill ion. i ii <• trstilicd in court here that French arlress Cuiinne C.ilvet had used voodoo and tlmat* to k«-i uifts worth rss;:>0.000 from him durine their seven-v«-;ir romance. I.Mr. Donald Stott iKo claimed that Wai Calvet

Algiers crisis [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Algiers crisis lit Bminv dlenni '■■< h.v tool At my 1 1 from |)lu r I country .<<i- I OKINNK 'Pendulum irUl mn .n

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS STILL FLOODED IDfGAPOBB, Sal 5 am Stephens K niur.d Ro.nl Newtofl cii« .md part* of >'■ limah Road were flooded.

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FOREIGN NEWS DESK

Vietcong kill Saigon Deputy in terror attack [ARTICLE]

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Vietcong kill Saigon Deputy in terror attack CAIGON, Kri— Virttonc terrorists sh«t a mrmrMT of South Vieln.im 's tun- month old 1.',7Micmlwr Hnu.sr of Reprrorntatives last night, a polite spokesman said tod tv Deputy Kui Wuaili; S.inc. ::.">. was killed at his hou.se three miles from the centre of Saigon,

AT 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL' SHOW PHILBY [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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AT 'ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL' SHOW PHILBY VIOSCOW, Fri. Kirn Itl Pnilby, Soviet master spy and lormer British intelligence agent, rubbed shoulders with British diplomats at a performance of "All's Well That Ends Well" by the Royal Shakespeare Company here last night. Sitting with Philby In the sixth row

Life term [ARTICLE]

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Life term PADERBORN < West Gerjiianyi. Fri. A 20-year-old British soWier, driver John Keith Smart, was sentenced to life imprisonment yesterday for ■tfßgtllH a German girl "with j her stockings last April.

Prague expels German newsman [ARTICLE]

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Prague expels German newsman /ZECHOSLOVAKIA ye.sterday expelled a West Gorman new.spaper correspondent, Andreas Razumowhki, amid a flurry ol Western speculation tl at a crisis threatened the top leadership of the Czechoslovak Communi.st Party. The Pres.s reports were .spurred by a surprise one-day vi.sit by Mr. Leonid Brezhnev, the Soviet party

Britain rejects move to cut textile imports [ARTICLE]

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Britain rejects move to cut textile imports LONDON, Pti The Government rejected demands for immediate .special measures to restrict cotton textile imports Mr. Anthony Cropland, Prealciiii: >,f the Board of Trade, told the House of Commons: 'I cannot agree that, in present cirnitwfimfiw we wouid be tw>ntied in going b'.ck

Papadopoulos starts to erase symbols of the monarchy [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Papadopoulos starts to erase symbols of the monarchy GREECE CALM AFTER ABORTIVE ROYAL COUP: EDITOR ARRESTED QREECE'S military rulers, strengthening their grip on the country after the defeat of King Cons tantine's attempt to overthrow them, began erasing symbols of the monarchy in Athens yesterday. The royal flag was lowered

Britain's 'friendly five' decide not to say no to De Gaulle [ARTICLE]

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Britain's 'friendly five' decide not to say no to De Gaulle BRUSSELS, Friday, j-JOPES of early negotiations on the British application to join the Common Market were virtually dashed yesterday when the five member countries backing Britain agreed they could not override a French veto The Foreign Ministers of the

Award for dead TV cameraman [ARTICLE]

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Award for dead TV cameraman LONDON. Fri. Prank Parnell. an Australian TV cameraman who kept the cameras workinc as he spun to his death m helicopter, has been awaided a posthumous prize in Uie British television news film of the year competition. Parnell, of Visnews. w.is filming the new Opera

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SINGAPORE PARLIAMENT

SCHOLARSHIP: NO DROP IN STANDARD [ARTICLE]

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SCHOLARSHIP: NO DROP IN STANDARD SINGAPORE. Frl. The Prime Minister. Mr. Lee Kuan Yew. today said many ol Singapore's PrcMdent's scholars were also recipients of other scholarships and he was confident that such scholars would continue t<j maintain this good record. He vu replying in Parliament to two backbenchers. Professor

Govt bid for more jobs for seamen [ARTICLE]

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Govt bid for more jobs for seamen SINGAPORE, Fri. The l)c--puty Prime Minister, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, told Parliament today tluil he would he introducing some time next year :i hill revising Singapore's Shipping Ordinance. The Bill, he said, was aimed at encouraging more foreign vessels to fly Singapore's flag.

'Let us not dilute high ideals of V-Corps' [ARTICLE]

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'Let us not dilute high ideals of V-Corps' SINGAPORE. Fri. Members of the Vigilante Corps are now given transport allowance. But the Government will resist any attempt to "dilute" the high ideals of this organisation by turning it into a mercenary Institution. This policy was enunciated in Parliament by Defence

Lim: No pay loss for civil servants on N-service [ARTICLE]

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Lim: No pay loss for civil servants on N-service QINGAFOBB, Fri. All »5 civil servants called up fur lulltinii national service would not Miffer a loss in their take-home pay. stated the Defence Minister. >li l.im Kirn San. in Parliament today in reply to a backbencher. Mr. Chow Chiok Hock

'More able' plans for conscripts [ARTICLE]

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'More able' plans for conscripts SINGAPORE, Fri. The Defence Minister, Mr. Lim Kirn San. today hinted in Parliament that plans to make national servicemen "more able" to help defend the Republic were underway. In response to a request from thr Membrr tor Aljunied. Mr. S.V. Linuam. for an outline of

Run-down plan for W-Brigade [ARTICLE]

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Run-down plan for W-Brigade SINGAPORE. Frl. Plans are under way to run down the force of the Work Brigade with the rising intake of National Servicemen. This was disclosed in Parliament by the Defence Minister, .Mr. l.im Kirn S;-n. in explaining the cut of tl million in the sum allocated

Children's treat [ARTICLE]

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Children's treat SINGAPORE. Pri. The Seaside Park Residents' Association will hold its annual children's Christmas party at Jalan Buloh Perindu at 3.30 p.m. tomorrow

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Brunei Council attack on the 'sniff sniff' officials [ARTICLE]

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Brunei Council attack on the 'sniff sniff' officials URUNEI TOWN, Fri. The case of people who cannot have a cup of tea in peace in local cafes was brougm beiore the Legislative council yesterday. Councillor Carnal Abidm Puteh said that Brunei's religious Inspectors hung about public drinking places and made

Had explosives, taikong fined [ARTICLE]

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Had explosives, taikong fined SITIAWAN. Prl. A taikoiiß of a fishing boat from Singapore Anir Chwee Seng. 27. was today fined $100 for illegal possession of explosives in his boat in Malaysian waters. He pleaded guilty. Police found four drums of sulphur. 61 fuses and some 40 empty tin runs,

BORDER PATROL KILLS BANDIT [ARTICLE]

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BORDER PATROL KILLS BANDIT UANCiKOK. Fri— A Police bonier palrnl unit killed a bandit in a clash with a group of H terrorists last Sunday, in southern Yala province, on the .Malaysian border, delayed reports reaching here today said Reports .said the police believed the bandit ganc was led by

Review of fees when times are better... [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Review of fees when times are better. WO DISCRIMINATION' PLEDGE BY KHIR SUNGEI PATANI, Fri •pHE Central Government will review the question of school fees when the economic position of the country improves or if the Government succeeds in finding new sources of income. This assurance was given by the

SMUGGLE BID IN MILITARY TRUCK [ARTICLE]

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SMUGGLE BID IN MILITARY TRUCK PENANG. Fri. Customs seized more than $2,000 worth of medicine from a military truck at the Custom* warehouse yesterday. The truck belonging to the 2nd Supply Depot. Royal Army Ordinance Corps, v.;is crossing from Penang to Butterworth about 10 a.m. when it wa.s stopped A

Surplus budget [ARTICLE]

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Surplus budget NIBONG TEBAL. Fri The South Province Welleslev Dterricl Council yes'erdav approved it'- 1968 budget ibowtng a mi. plus <i! 11,413 with esiimHted revenue "i $349,779 niMirw climated expenditure of $348,327

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Straits Times Crossword A< Koss I n.v f Mm ai!Caln M 8. S*t aliKht part of the ciiiin- imaues (IS). nfy-corner 18) 3 Confuied ctx>lc put it on the 9. Last home demolished In menu <5. 5). blast 161 Move; enlarge; become wlde11. Deprive staff of r!«ht to be spread

PARLIAMENT (contd.)

Flood-hit S'pore [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Flood-hit S'pore THE WORST AREAS ARE BIKIT TIM AH, LIM CHI KANG SINGAPORE. Iri k \lnnisl nun stop rain the whole of tod.t\ caused serious Hooding in Singapore. The worst area* were Bukii Timah Road outside the University of Singapore and .(l the miles I.im (liv Katig Road At l

NO RELAXATION OF ENTRY LAW [ARTICLE]

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NO RELAXATION OF ENTRY LAW SINGAPORE. Fri r pHE Defence Minister, Mr. Lim Kirn San, said A today thai a reduction m the age limit for people wanting to take up permanent residence here with their relatives would open up a "floodgate of people" into the Republic. Wlndlni up the

'Culture needs aid from the people' [ARTICLE]

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'Culture needs aid from the people' WINGAPORt vice-chairman ol the Singapore Aits Council, Dr. Goh Poh 8 that cultun had flnanclal aid from the pritor. Spcakm- lening oi the Festival '68 tion draw priai i xbiblUon in the National T foyer. Dr. Goh. who is also chairman oi OrganiMiig Commits

Quarantine Anchorage [ARTICLE]

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Quarantine Anchorage SINOAPORI Prl i i 5 deparlin.: (hipping \e-sels requirli.u health n iminifjration Inward dearto make use ol the alternate c Quarantine and Immigration Anchorage in Urn crn Roads The use of the principal Immigration Anchorage v ill cease until further notice

STORE OFFICER in LONDON a MALAYSIAN [ARTICLE]

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STORE OFFICER in LONDON a MALAYSIAN SINGAPORE, Fri. The confidential secretary in the Singapore Hiyli Commission in London la a Malaysian, the Foreign Minister. Mr. S. Kajaratn.im disclosed in Parliament today. Mr said she had had "lone connection uith Singapore." and he did not think she would do anything "harmful

Christmas pantomime [ARTICLE]

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Christmas pantomime SINGAPORE, I ri. The st.ts«- luhS hri>lnia> pant—lac Hans, The Witch and the Gobhin" will br presentfd clriilv at 6.10 p.m. al tho Victoria Theatre until n*-\l lucdiu. fkcflc v ill br a matiner on Sunday Tickets .ire available at the usual bi.okins centres.

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Why Brunei did not keep parity of the old —doiiar— [ARTICLE]

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Why Brunei did not keep parity of the old doiiar ORUNEI TOWN. Fri. —Brunei alone could not have taken to keep the parity of the old Malayan dollar with tin- new dollar because old notes and coins would have led the country :u Malaysia and Singapore. Financial John Lee, ;>"■

$1,500 snatch from an office boy [ARTICLE]

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$1,500 snatch from an office boy SINGAPORE. Fri— A Vietnam Consulate office buy. 1 bin Rlab. was robbed of $1,500 by two men at the Shenton War car park this morning. Ashad. 3fi. was walking to the car pa ik after cashlni: a cheque when the two men contronted him.

Rubber: 'Rigger demand next year' forecast [ARTICLE]

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Rubber: 'Rigger demand next year' forecast LONDON, Friday. increased demand for rubber both natural and synthetic is expected next year. This is the opinion of the world's leading rubber experts who met here for three days this week. A spokesman for the experts the Natural and Synthetic Rubber Producers Consultative

President's 'yes' to Currency Act changes [ARTICLE]

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President's 'yes' to Currency Act changes CINGAPORE. Kri. The J President. Inche Yusof bin Ishak. has assented to the changes in the Currency Act necessitated by devaluation of the old dollar. 'nr*«»r amendments pub- today, the words "v, 'n their face value" in bection 14 of the Currency Act have

In—for Xmas reunion [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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In— for Xmas reunion (HKISIMAS means reunions fur British schoolgirl Yvonne Hill, 15. who flew 10,000 miles from London just to be with her parents in Malaysia for the festive season. "Christmas won't be Christmas without mum- my and daddy." said Yvonne on arrival at Subang Airport. She was accompanied

'Govt let police go on rampage' charge [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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'Govt let police go on rampage' charge UUALA LUMPUR. 1Y Fri.— The Selan^or division of the Labour Party today accused the Government of allowing the police to go on a "a rampage" to crush all forms of protest since disturbances broke out in Penang three weeks ago. Its chairman. Dr.

A Christmas musical programme [ARTICLE]

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A Christmas musical programme SINGAPORE, Kri. lour radio >tal:ons Radio Singapura. Radio .M.i1.0--sia. K.i ii in Hone Kong and the Australian Broadcasting (dmniismoii in Sydney will take part in Christmas musical programme via the Scarom link. Comperes from the four stations will exchange greetings and play seasnn;<l and hit tunes

School fair [ARTICLE]

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School fair OTTAWA]!. Fri. A thrwd:iy f .Kiel and lun lair M.trtrd toihr st. Francis ContinuaSchool here m aid of ity buildinc fund.

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Probe our racial problem, he urges [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Probe our racial problem, he urges WE DO NOT KNOW THE WHOLE PICTURE SAYS PROF. AZIZ KUALA LUMPUR, Friday pROFESSOR Ungku Aziz of the University of Malaya today urged the MTUC to ask the Government to set up an official commission of inquiry to examine the whole problem of racial

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How they keep a finger on Peking pulse [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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How they keep a finger on Peking pulse RICHARD HUGHES By HONG KONG Information from and about China droppeth like the heavy rain from heaven on the Hong Kong watcher beneath, but flooding and oft confusing rather than ilng him. There are swift and efficient dally translations from the Chinese

The China-watch ers [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The China- wa tch ers Vith typewriter (and sometimes telescope) this hardy breed keeps its long vigil on the complexities of Chairman Mao's wit and wisdom who have at one time known the Chinese scene and people at first hand, can operate more freely, fully, rewardingly and objectively than their

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DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH M Wmrtt 111 I Vinim,,«, MRS. KANAPATHIPILLAY ST II SHmp«n •nd and J^ni" I" K-

ACKNOWLEDGMENT [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT M u,,,w. |f| VtaftaMßl MR ANII MRS ...t'.-.ri lh»nk all valuahk iiaara r»nd»r«l

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY]

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IN MEMORIAM CHEAH EWE HOIY tln-i-h Ih. r*«in and I 'o»ri memoriM of yo.i iifp i« 12. ihv M>k in EVER lovinc: Mrmon of it.. f#««O' Rol rM t I* rmrniiwrt hv v mv «.ht»r in-

The Straits Times

Action On Rubber [ARTICLE]

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Action On Rubber The consultative committee lof the International Ruhbei I Study Group which has been max ling In London has rerommended pretty much what i xpected. It suggests "all puesihlt 1 action" to improve the industry's statistical service.-; the need for governments to impn as on producers ot natural

Bangkok's Week [ARTICLE]

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Bangkok's Week Not <M ivone wiil agree that the Se;ip (James which end thi* weekend have hem the beal yet Much Malaysian opinion :n particular is bound lo be affronted by the national team poor showing in almost everything except athletics. Many cosy notions have bean up* I along with

Hostel Fees [ARTICLE]

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Hostel Fees Students of tin- University of Malaya rmv«- strengthened tin ir appeal lor reconsidri ation of the propoaal to raisa hostel feea by offering to help I CUt CIKSt.v Tile Chitf SURRt'Stiuns an th.v they should make then own heds, help w-ith the tid\ m« up and accept lc>s

MAN'S MARK ON PARADISE ISLAND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MAN'S MARK ON PARADISE ISLAND Dr. Arnold Toynoee By > mm A NATURE LOVER REFLECTS ON A VISIT TO HAWAII VATURE has so many ways vi appealing to Mans sense of beauty that there are few virgin landscapes, and perhaps no seascapes at all, that are altogether ugly in our

LETTERS

Ex-Governors' portraits for new art gallery [ARTICLE]

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Ex-Governors' portraits for new art gallery r THE portraits of A W.G. St. Clair and J. DAlmeida (about which Mr. S. Ramachandra has written) now form pa r t I a collection of urical prints. p:tin' and maps of Old Si>--gapore, In tin- National Museurr and the National Library. Plans

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The Singapore Government does not look upon the exhibition ol historical objects as a perpetuation or resurrection of the colonial past. Ceflowyki's statue of Queen Victoria has not been moved from the Istana and the busts of Andrew Clarke and Clementi Smith still adorn the staircase in Victoria Hall. Of

ALL THOSE HAIRCUTS... [ARTICLE]

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ALL THOSE HAIRCUTS... MY son. a national serviceman in the Singapore Special Constabulary, tells me that every time the boys parade they are reminded to get their hair cut As a result my sun, has to visit the barber once every ten days. He used to get his hair cut

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Khir blames 'fanatics' for Kedah unrest [ARTICLE]

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Khir blames 'fanatics' for Kedah unrest m N(.i I I'M \M. Krl The .Minister of hdmatiun ISM In- Moliimed Khir Joh.in. t.xl.iv hlunird "Irresponsible religious fanatics .mil n.irrouninded to (.tiled nalionllMft' f:>r the present une.i V Mtu.itMm in K<<! th \\t- Miu>t meet the rh.illenrc from the>e elements." he said.

New Year loss [ARTICLE]

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New Year loss SINGAPORE Frl The et\')t« Year stock of 2Jd !):i\r (yen stolon traaa Hip lartn of Mail.im N,- \ii H»in in Lomne Cheng I\m shr estimated hrr lorn at aixuit $1

S'pore constitution [ARTICLE]

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S'pore constitution CINGAPORE, tn The draft of Singapore s new (institution Is ready and will soon be circulated to all Mini>ter>. and Mimstrirx for study, the Law Minister. Mr. L. \V. Barker, told Parliament today.

An 'all races' policy [ARTICLE]

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An 'all races' policy COMMUNAL POLITICS IS OUT, MTUC LEADER TELLS ANNUAL CONFERENCE THE Malaysian Trades Union Congress will not get ilsclt involved in the sort of communal politics that is being hawked around the country, its president, Mr. Yeoh Teck Chye, said today. He told more than 200 delegates

Death plunge by wife of jobless man [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Death plunge by wife of jobless man SINGAPORE, Fri. A 30--jrear-old woman. Madam Soh Ah Yeo. mother of two. piungcd to her death from a two-storey block ->[ flaW in Lorong Lima last night Her husband. Lim Soo Bin. 31. today said his wife had been worried otw the family's

New co-op [ARTICLE]

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New co-op PENANU. FTI. About 100 Malay petty timers in ihe North Province Wellesley town of Kepala Batas and the surrounding Milages deeded at a meeting toii.<v in form a multi-purpose cooperative society.

Man who used dud cheques jailed 2 years [ARTICLE]

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Man who used dud cheques jailed 2 years SINGAPORE. Frl JTX-journalist Ranjit Singh Gill. 27. was jailed for two years by a District Court today on each of five charges of cheating the sentences to run concurrently. His counsel, Mr. Tan Cheng Guan. had asked the court to take into

Plan to raise university hostel fees Lshelved— [ARTICLE]

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Plan to raise university hostel fees Lshelved— KUALA LUMPUR. Fri. The University of Mmlaya Council has decided to temporarily shehe its proposal to raise hostel fees after hearing the students' views on the matter. While two student representatives were putting their case to the Council last night more than KGO

Navy to the rescue of sinking boat [ARTICLE]

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Navy to the rescue of sinking boat CINGAPORE. Fri— A Royal k Malaysian Navy patrol boat today went to the i. -uc vi a Singapore fisherman whose boat was water-logged off Tanjong Katong. T*"» K O Renchong was on her way to a shipyard in ..j Rhu ab'iut 11 a.m.

GOVT 'NO' TO PAY RISE FOR JUDGES [ARTICLE]

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GOVT 'NO' TO PAY RISE FOR JUDGES SINGAPORE. Fri. c Tho Minister for Law. Mr. E. W. Barker today rejected a call in Parliament for a pay rise for Mie Republic's judges. Mr P Selvadural "Buklt Panjangi had suggested the pay-rise In view of the fact that the Republic must

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Vietcong use UN for big propaganda offensive [ARTICLE]

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Vietcong use UN for big propaganda offensive UNITED NATIONS. Frl CIRCULATION of a political manifesto declaring willingness of the Vietcong's National Liberation Front (NLF) to participate in elections and formation of a Coalition Government in South Vietnam brought criticism of the United Nations as aiding a propaganda offensive. The political

Pearson decides it's time to step down [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Pearson decides it's time to step down /YTTAWA. Fri. The v Canadian Prime Minister, Mr. Lester Pearson, yesterday announced he was retiring from leadership of the Liberal Party and the country as soon as a successor could be chosen. H" told a Press conference he had resigned as party leader,

millionaire Court hears of Tm a Nazi9 claim by youngest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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millionaire Court hears of Tm a Nazi 9 claim by youngest DRIGHTON. Fri. A 22-year-old businessman charged with causing an explosion in the home of a Jewish clergyman, said he was a Nazi and a Fascist, a court was told here yesterday. The prosecution said the accused. Nicholas Hoogstraten <

Jarring holds peace talks [ARTICLE]

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Jarring holds peace talks JERUSALEM Fn— Dr. Gunnar JamiiK. Unitrd I peace envoy to tlio Middle East, had liour-long talk! liorr tut nmht with Unell Fornen M:ni.-;ir .>bba Eban. Hr is (lup ici meet Prime Minister Levl Bkbkol .tnrl >-er Mr Ebari Bntn beftire le?\uis later today tor Amman. Reuter.

Socialist party Ministers quit coalition govt in Bihar [ARTICLE]

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Socialist party Ministers quit coalition govt in Bihar pATX.V Fri— The I nitrd Front coalition Ministry in Bihar. ;i!rr.,i\ facing a trial of strength because nf recent defections, was further weakened last nißhtuhen the Praia Socialist P.irt> decided tit withdraw it*. tun .Ministers from the State Cabinet. Rut no decision

I've been accosted, says woman MP [ARTICLE]

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I've been accosted, says woman MP lON DON. Fri One of lj Parliament '.s most attractive women complained la.^t night of being acCOSted several time* by kerb-crawling motorists apparently looking for prostitutes. Mls.s .Joan l^.stor. a 3'i-yrar-old redhead, s.mi .^p and other women ;md gfarla had been acrusted in the

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Spore TV: Case for the defence [LETTER]

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Spore TV: Case for the defence J CANNOT help feeling that "Viewer" is not in sympathy with TV Singapura's aim of catering for a multi-lingual audience. What he is really complaining about is that prime time is not ALWAYS reserved for English programmes. He also contends that our choice of

NEW TV, RADIO GROUSES [LETTER]

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NEW TV, RADIO GROUSES I THOUGHT that when 1 the holidays began, and the young at heart were relieved of burdens like examinations. Radio Malaysia would add one or two more "pop" programmes. Instead. I find that they have deducted one —the Saturday Session at 8 a.m. We have to

Traffic topics... [LETTER]

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Traffic topics... RADAR TRAPS... 'FANCY' EXPERIMENTS... FEES FOR PARKING... DIESEL FUMES BLOCKAGES I\RIVING along FarLr rer Road (Singapore) behind a large lorry. I was signalled to stop by a traffic policeman who allowed the lorry to carry on. The policeman told me that I would be prosecuted for speeding. I

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\VITH the announceTT ment by the XL. Traffic Chief that he had given up his "problem child", the traffic from the Federal Highway and Jalan Klang into the round-about and over the bridge has been smooth. Therr has been only one policeman on duty and all he does is stand

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'I'ALKING about excessive diesel fumes on the road, what about the fumes emitted by Government vehicles, especially P.W.D. and PH.D. trucks? OBSERVER Singapore.

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WITH reference to the letter of Mr. Prltam Singh, the Pesuroh Jaya Ibu Kota Kuala Lumpur has decided to carry out repairs by filling up the pot holes at the bus terminus, but will In future request bus operators to contribute towards the cost of maintenance. No fees have been

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ft I REFER to the letter by "Car Owner" regarding parking charges in Singapore. The Car Parks Division is accepting old and new coins at their face value In payment of parking fees in hourly parking places. There is no question of any motorist having to pay 25 cents old

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I)AILY at Maine Road between Mackenzie and Bukit Timah Road In Singapore, alongside the S.T.C. garage, vehicles are parked on both sides of the road, which is narrow, right to the road junctions at both ends This area is constantly patrolled by the police and yet nothing is done. TRAVELLER

THE MSA AND SARAWAK [LETTER]

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THE MSA AND SARAWAK FEEL it's my turn now to ask "Barbara Moore" to get her head out of the clouds and come down to earth. For her information, since the loss of MSA's Twin Pioneers and pending the purchase of suitable replacement aircraft, an agreement wu made between MSA

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Youth missing after sampan capsizes [ARTICLE]

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Youth missing after sampan capsizes SINGAPORE. Fri. Hassan bin Ahmad. 20. is feared drowned after a sampan carryins; him and three friends capsized in Sungoi Serangoon yesterday afternoon. The four youths were OO tiieir way home to Kampong Tengah In Ponggol at about 6 p.m. after attending a funeral at

Maid who opened door for men in overalls [ARTICLE]

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Maid who opened door for men in overalls SINGAPORE, Fri. Two men in blue overalls and carrying tool boxes knocked on the door of a flat in Oxley Gardens yesterday. When the maid-servant opened the door, they told her they had come to service the air-condi-tioner. Lee Joo Kirn. 28.

A new row in Manila over Sabah claim [ARTICLE]

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A new row in Manila over Sabah claim MANILA, Friday. A CONTROVERSY raged today over the Philippines claim to Sabah, only hours before the arrival of Malaysia's Deputy Premier, Tun Abdul Razak. for a four-day goodwill visit. A suggestion was made by a group of Opposition Liberal Party congressmen that

Red rebels not a threat, says Othman [ARTICLE]

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Red rebels not a threat, says Othman lAKARTA. Fri. A senior Malaysian army officer has said that the crushing of Communist rebels in Borneo does not present a serious problem either for Malaysia or for Indonesia Brigadier Othman. commander of Malaysia's 3rd Infantry Brigade, told Indonesia's Antara news agtncy during

Jordan's envoy [ARTICLE]

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Jordan's envoy KUALA LUMPUR Fn Mr Kamal A^-Hmoud. Jordan's Amlor to India. !ia> also been appointed non-rr.sidcut amii.i.--noor to Malaysia, it nounced in Amman

RAMANI RETIRING SOON BECAUSE OF ILL HEALTH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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RAMANI RETIRING SOON BECAUSE OF ILL HEALTH ITU ALA LUMPUR. Fri. Malaysia's permanent representative to the United Na Mr. R. Ramanl, I retiring from service due to ill health. Last nipht he pave a farewell reception at the UN headquarters in New York, which was attended by diplomats and the

Rain stops mass trial [ARTICLE]

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Rain stops mass trial SINGAPORE. Fit Heavy rain interfering with the acoustics of the special court in lnMniit Drive today caused the postponement of the trial of the M Rarisan Sosialis members and Minnortcrv I Inv .ire chargec' under the Vandalism Act with destroyinc their identification numbered cards. Hearing; resumes

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SHIPS IN LCCAL PORTS [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN LCCAL PORTS CHIPS LYING ALONGSIDE IHL SINGAPORE HARBOUR WHARVES OR EXPECTED TODAY ARE: Nara 1 Kikki »i T. Anna K in, II borusfla 1 1 16, Honckom Qrao 18, Muaki Maru 2S/M, Straat Clarrrv ■TajHtfii ttadtara :>> tiornik 3.". Hiroshima Maru 3» a Nacaevo 411 41. Hammoma t9/«a,

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES •I-ME Allocution ol Banks m Malay--1 >ia innrte Hmm h..nxid in Its ratea to merchant* veaterdwv tall ratea (o MIHII umtcd linn Bajnaa i i a it It, airmail OO H U It, '.'i l <1 -t. 33 7 l«. credit Mttm, MM trade nilla. Canada: Huyintc IT

Steadier conditions develop on Rubber Mart [ARTICLE]

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Steadier conditions develop on Rubber Mart rTiHERE was little basic; L change in the early part Of the week but latterly stea- i dler conditions were seen state H.C.B. Co. Ltd. in their current Rubber Market .survey. The main influences! came from overseas, principally from the performance! of the London

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES /■NINESE Produca Excnanne. Sin*a- port, neon nriccs par sicul vaaday Cacanut oil: bulk (60 aellera. drum <ii2j Mlltra Copra: Mixrd if.o.ri.) looae U*c./ Jan. l.'K/Cint. $35t B. Pepper: Mnntok uhlte $130 aellera. •anvea white tISTI aellera, apeclai Sarawak hlack JlOO aellrm. Karhled Ijtrnponn hlack SIO7J sellcra. (all NLW)

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES XI XXI I! PRICE: IN cents (up half a cent) TIN PRICE: MtMi (unchaniced) Estimated nfTerint: IK*> tons (down 15 tons)

EQUITIES EASE SLIGHTLY ON QUIET EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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EQUITIES EASE SLIGHTLY ON QUIET EXCHANGE From Our Market Correspondent INDUSTRIALS generally 1 were slightly easier on the Stock Exchange yesterday in quiet trading with a reduced turnover. Twenty-nine industrials linished the day easier. Main features in industrials were again Ben and Co. and P.MC Ben was traded from $2.31

STOCKS INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCKS INDICES Malayan Stuck Indices Dec. 14 I*. 15 •Industrials: 123.41 122.91 •Properties: 138.04 137.47 -i Minings: K!.36 82.36 t$ rubbers: lir.M.X 102.68 +Dee. ?9, 1962 100 *Dec. 30. 1966=100

BUSINESS ON STOCKS EXCHANGES [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS ON STOCKS EXCHANGES 1 DfJNNBSa I.N AND HIHIKIHI TO THK SINtiAPORE AND XI VI LI'MPL'R TRADING KOOMS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE YESTERDAY' WITH THi: M'MBKK OK SHARES TRADED IN BRACKETS: INDUSTRIALS. Ban ana C*. (2H.IHHJI $.'.32 D. (18,000) HJI U, 117. (mud 52.30, O, (1.000) $231. U. (3.IKHH 12.29.

H.K. RATES [ARTICLE]

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H.K. RATES On«« •itnann marfctt in Hnnc U I Oollar m quoted »> 10 ro» T.T. anil 6n* for aath. »l.rl."« Ml UkS •n« tatl *l noli

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Straits tin price is unchanged in Penang [ARTICLE]

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Straits tin price is unchanged in Penang riMII. Slr.iits tin prite u.i> 1 11 tit hani;i'(l in Peii.tns; >rterdaj it 5583.25 <m an offer- 1 < Inj estimated dowa i"» tim>» j t" I 8."» tony. 11 «.i> nportril that the BtaMlitj of the price htm tiuttn thr smaller turnn\er

MELBOURNE STOCKS [ARTICLE]

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MELBOURNE STOCKS MLLBOL'RNh.. In. ..e;> comlnued to re■iYA cover uuh practically the tull list SkhowinK nnpiu\enient. Movea were Dot lug) Nurth-Kalt. exceptionally droped o cents lo $1.70. Oils were firm. Industrials rises shaded falls in steady and quieter conditions with movement mostly narrow. BHP pained 90 rents to SU 95

JOINT RUBBER PRICES [ARTICLE]

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JOINT RUBBER PRICES lAM \IC\ lir-t ii.Mm I li. liumts closed at p.m. i i Kii.iU I urn pur anil Magapwa yealrrdaj .it II crnis per lit. up h.ill i itiii un MiiiiscUy'.s > liimh. Iciel. I 1 hi- MM «,is giiicl s|rad>. md M It 1., ilusinc prices in

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TIMESPORT-1 SEAP SPECIAL

Wing ate tipped for 4-timer [ARTICLE]

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Wing ate tipped for 4-timer Epsom Jeep RACING with \y ING ATE attempts a four-timer In hurdle races in the 9f Cheltenham Cup (Race 6) at Kuala Lumpur today and is confidently tipped to succeed. Following a five -length Win over 9f at Bukit Timah In June. Wincate .s cor

S'PORE SHOT OUT FOR 99 [ARTICLE]

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S'PORE SHOT OUT FOR 99 CRICKET PERTH. Fri. The touring Singapore cricketers failed in then tirsl innings against Onlveraitf ot Waatarn Australia on the first day Of their two-day match here yesterday when they were dismissed lor 99. Six touring batsmen had double figures but none reached 20. The univer.say

KNOCKOUT [ARTICLE]

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KNOCKOUT TOKYO. Fri. In the first ever «o;ld title fight between two Japanese boon, Hiroshi I Kobpyashi knocked out Yoshia- kl Nun. at a. the champion, in the 12th round here last nish'. 1 Reuler.

KL amateur race card [ARTICLE]

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KL amateur race card SELECTIONS KA(i: 1: SAKIMA M mi i; \< i i \< i i niok ■a Cbaj i: i w Bl \\l I it Lord I i mi K\( I I: K.QIITV I'i.iiiliil Kinc K\( X Ik of I'KItHC I lON I'unler'!. Uelicht RACE 6: WINGATK Kuala

TEN-GOLD PAT -GIRL WITH MIDAS TOUCH [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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TEN-GOLD PAT -GIRL WITH MIDAS TOUCH Reports by Norman Siebel, Mansoor Rahman and Ernest Frida BANGKOK, Fri. -PATKICIA CHAN last night became the girl queen of the royal Fourth Seap Games as she led Singapore to a magnificent 19 gold medals triumph in swimming, including waterpolo. Thirteen-year-old Pat, winner of

Britain take defiant step [ARTICLE]

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Britain take defiant step OPEN TENNIS I ONDON. Fri. Britain ■Mj yesterday defied the International Lawn Ten- nls Federation and voted to introduce Open tennis I tournaments from Apr. 22 next year. Only five delegates out of 300 raised their hands in opposition at the British LlA'.s annual meeting when

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All the Seap results [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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All the Seap results Lim Yaw Chong Pictures by BADMINTON Womrn's double* »<Tuilinjl- R .i Singh.i Ang and Teoh Pien YoriK I M I I)' Bupha KaPnthnnu and Mullicra Plutakarnop (T) iS-5. ls-4; Ho Piifne Yoke and BrKia Tan (M> h' ThfnBkum Kmenuiu unrl Sumoi Chunklum 15-13. lin.il n i

LEE WINS [ARTICLE]

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LEE WINS lONDON. Pll Lee Kin Tat of Singapore reached the ..zlej> third round in the London badminton Champtonshlpt ln>t nieht by beatine M Nuimohanird li-3. 15-8 and C P. Baxter 16-t, 15-b Reuter.

Malaysia 'no' to 1969 meet [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia 'no' to 1969 meet BANGKOK, Fri. TOMORROW'S meeting of the Seap Games Federation executive committee may have to ask Thailand to be semi-perma-nent hosts for the Seap Games until the other countries are ready to take on the responsibility. If both Laos and Burma report to the committee that

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I I One t whisky f is valued n|pKn more p9|^' than any Igr^y other The Whisky is White Horse

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Lady TUDOR are beaut if idly elegant Swiss watches ■I^^^^^HhH 'Why pay more for a watch when I get the I lifjF simple perfection I admire in a Lady Tudor?' said Pffi f $mf/r^'-^ Miss Sheila Ong. With her unerring good taste, lira I^^ vwi she knew as soon as

Malaysia to woo investors for car parts industry [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia to woo investors for car parts industry J^ WORLD-WIDE campaign to atlracl foreign manufacturers lo join local industrialists lo produce component parts for the recently-established motor vehicle assembly industry is lo be launched by Ihe Government. This was announced today by the Minister of Commerce and Industry. Dr. Lim

Treasure in paintings [ARTICLE]

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Treasure in paintings SINGAPORE. Frl. The Minister of State for Culture. Mr. K. C. Lee. today opened an exhibition of pan Chine calligraphy and paintings at the National Library This lifelong collection of an ex-school teacher. Mr. Wu Tee Jin. will be on display between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

President's reception [ARTICLE]

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President's reception SINGAPORE Fii The PiT.-iden: of Singapore. Inche Yusof bin Ishak tonight gave a reception ;it thr Lstana to mark the DCMton o! his election as President for a third term. Besides the Punic Minister. Mr Lee Kuan Yew. members of the Cabinet, members of the Diplomatic Corps, and

Xmas party for 2,000 children [ARTICLE]

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Xmas party for 2,000 children SINGAPORE. Fri —The Telok Blangah clttrens' consultative committee will give a Christmas party for 2.000 children from the constituency and its neighbouring kampongs at the Nelson Road community centre from 3 pm. to 7 p.m. tomorrow.

Out: Freedom of Press [ARTICLE]

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Out: Freedom of Press BANGKOK. Fit The Thai Constituent Assembly has thrown out from the nations draft constitution the orovision guaranteeing freedom of the Press and Drohiblting Government interference with it.— Reuter.

LEE: WE OWN ONETHIRD OF M-HALL [ARTICLE]

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LEE: WE OWN ONETHIRD OF M-HALL SINGAPORE, Fri. Singa- pore owns one-third of Malaysia Hall, the London students' centre for Singapore and Malaysian youths The Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew in telling Parliament this, explained that in practice it worked out to exactly one house owned by Singapore. Malaysia

Big Borneo airdrop [ARTICLE]

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Big Borneo airdrop BENGKAYAN (Indonesian Borneo i. Fri. -Commandos have begun parachuting into the west Borneo jungle in a major otTen.slve against the communist guerilla force operating here. The Siliwangi Division troops, wearing camouflage Miit.s and loaded with immense packs, are being drooped in groups of 20 men each.— AP.

London stocks [ARTICLE]

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London stocks LONDON. Fri— Closing middle prices of selected stocks not Uicludlne stamn duty were- RUBBER LONDON. Frl.— Spot 17 3 »d Jan 17 9 16d., Feb. 17-',d.. March 17 15 16d Jan March 17 s d. April June 18', d.. July Sept. 18' ad., Oct Dec 18 ,d.. Jan.

Bid to reconcile Greek King with the junta [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Bid to reconcile Greek King with the junta \THI\XS. I n \ttemptt Wtrt under u.i\ lixl.iy to reconcile Kini: on--t.intmc uho Mi i from Greece yesterdaj alter ,<n .ilmrti\r coup nyim-l th* ruliim military junta, urll informed sources ■aM It Mas not known v hat form the emit. ids |,r--tueen

Fun fair for chapel fund [ARTICLE]

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Fun fair for chapel fund SINGAPORE. Frl— Thr rairfleld Methodist Church will hold a food and iun fair tomorrow at the Fnirfield Methodist Girls' School ground in Neil Road. The fair Is to rai.«e funds for the propped Khool chapel, which will cost S>'

'Day of peace' [ARTICLE]

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'Day of peace' VAI m\n ciiv h, Pom Piinl today i Ihollca and all men nf good will ■erve the fir.M day ol calendar war v "the <: f •\p

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