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The Straits Times, 3 August 1965

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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 150,000 H4TIONAL LIBRARY. ;-3AUGI%S I AW** 3 New*"** 1 The Straits Times Estrf. 1845 TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1965 <£> 15 CENTS KDN 1189 M.C.(P). 1005 (29 words)
  • Tun to— lead welcome home party to Tengku [Articles]
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    Tun to lead welcome home party to Tengku KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Tun Abdul Rwk will lead i Ihe Cabinet, heads I of diplomatic missions and top civil servants to welcome Tengku Abdul Rahman when he returns home on Wednesday. The Tengku who went to London to attend the Commonwealth Prime (201 words)
  • A Thai bandit's links south of the border [Articles]
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    A Thai bandit's links south of the border From A SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT BANGKOK, Monday A SENIOR Thai police officer has accused Malaysian politicians of aiding a bandit who is terrorising rubber workers in three of Thailand's southern provinces. Police Maj.-Gen. Atapol Suyanhoti said today that the bandit chief, Ma-E-Saw was (298 words)
  • Curfew in Tawau lifted [Articles]
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    Curfew in Tawau lifted rESSELTOX, Mon. A curIfw imposed yesterday in three 1 .man areas was lifted at noon today. I In- curfew bad been Imposed for an indefinite period "because of reports of suspicious persons in the area." tadio Malaysia said It was to enable security forces to make (59 words)
  • 'White Australia' tag dropped after half a century [Articles]
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    'White Australia' tag dropped after half a century SYDNEY. Monday. 'pUK FEDERAL Conference of the Australian labour Party tcklav unanimously lifted its 57-year-old policy ban on the admission of Asians and other coloured people into Australia as migrants. It withdrew the "White Australia" tag from Its immigration policy and declared (353 words)
  • WAR HERO (I'M BROKE) TO SELL GEORGE MEDAL [Articles]
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    WAR HERO (I'M BROKE) TO SELL GEORGE MEDAL T ONDON. Mon.— War hero Li Donald Emslle plans to sell his George Medal because he's out of work and needs the money"l hate to do It It's my most treasured possession,"' retired Petty Officer Emslle said today. "But I have to. (99 words)
  • China and Mafia... [Articles]
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    • UPI
    China and Mafia... WASHINGTON, Mon— A Repufc lican Senator Karl Mundt sai today that the admission of Chin Into the United Nations would b like letting the Mafia sit on Presi dent Johnson's new national crtm commission UPI. (38 words)
  • Just fancy that... [Articles]
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    Just fancy that LONDON, Mon.— The scene: The M 4 superhighway north of here. Enter large, sleek, black Rolls-Royce with blackened windows, moving fast. Followed by large, sleek blue Jaguar containing suspicious policemen. Chase speeds top 90 m.ph. Eventually Rolls stops. Out pop Beatles John Lennon and George Harrison, who (87 words)
  • NEW KING TO BE ELECTED ON AUG. 19 [Articles]
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    NEW KING TO BE ELECTED ON AUG. 19 KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. A Conference of Rulers to elect the next Yang di-P*rtnan Azong wilt be he Ul at the Istana Negara here on Aug. 19 at 10.30 a.m. The present King's five-year term of office ends on Sept. ZZ and the (158 words)
  • Kimball trial [Articles]
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    Kimball trial SAIGON, Mon.— Robert Kimball, U.S. Civilian police adviser charged with the fatal shooting of his American boss and a Vietnamese woman, will be tried in South Vietnam, a U.S. Government spokesman said today. (35 words)
  • Five-death horror of a family on holiday [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Five-death horror of a family on holiday JACKIE SAM: JOHORE BAHRU, By 1 Mon. CIVE members of a Singapore family were killed in a road accident at the 373 mile Ayer Hitam Road yesterday. Only one member of the family in the car, Juliab binte Mohammed Noor, 16, survived the (389 words)
  • 8,500 limit: Now it's official.... [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    8,500 limit: Now it's official.... ONDON, Mon. Britain Ld today imposed an 8,500 celling on the number of new Commonwealth immigrants to be allowed into the country each year. This compares with the current rate of arrival of 20.800 a year mostly from India. Pakistan and the West Indies. On (76 words)
  • report denied 'Kyis out' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    report denied 'Kyis out' gAIGON, Mon. A South Vietnamese Government spokesman today categorically denied ;i report by the Japanese news agency Kyodo that Air Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky, the Prime Minister, had decided to resign. The spokesman described the report as "completely unfounded." Kyodos Saigon bureau had said Marshal Ky (378 words)
  • STOP PRESS [Articles]
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    STOP PRESS COMING HOME BEIRUT. Mon— Tenuku Abdul Rahman. Prime Minister of Malaysia, arrived here this afternoon on way home from Vienna, lie will leave Beirut tomorrow night. Reuter. (29 words)
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  • AFRO-ASIAN AND PACIFIC DESK
    • N. Zealand aid to build a road in Thailand [Articles]
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      N. Zealand aid to build a road in Thailand W! I. I.IXi TON, >I»n. —The New Zealand Prime Minister, Mr. Keith Hulyoakc> announced today that the country would pro\Me £.100.000 and technical assistance under the Colombo Plan to help build a road in north-east Thailand. I lit- New ZraJand Government (163 words)
    • Stepped up air war to move Reds to talks [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Stepped up air war to move Reds to talks WASHINGTON, Monday. THE United States is ready to step up its air attacks against North Vietnam slightly, even as the American search continues for an honourable peace. This was made clear by official sources here yesterday while President Johnson personally focussed (402 words)
    • Ramani leading talks for new peace move by U.N. Council [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Ramani leading talks for new peace move by U.N. Council THE six elected members of the United Nations Security Council are expected to begin informal discussions today to see whether there is any initiative they could usefully undertake to promote a negotiated settlement of the Vietnam war. UNITED NATIONS, Mon. (415 words)
    • First 570-key Tibetan language typewriter [Articles]
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      First 570-key Tibetan language typewriter UO.NG KONG, Mon. v China has made the world's first Tibetanlanguare typewriter, according to the New China News Agency. The machine is similar to a Chinese Han-langu-age typewriter, but because there are 30 consonants and four vowels in the Tibetan alphabet, it has 570 keys (85 words)
    • SOEKARNO HINTS JAKARTA MAY BREAK TIES WITH U.S. [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • UPI
      SOEKARNO HINTS JAKARTA MAY BREAK TIES WITH U.S. JAKARTA, Mon. President Soekarno In a speech published here today gave his first public hint Indonesia might break off di p 1 omatic relations with the United States. The Indonesian leader did .so by telling navy ofllcers at a seminar in Bogor (202 words)
    • Americans deny using gas on consulate rioters in Medan [Articles]
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      Americans deny using gas on consulate rioters in Medan JAKARTA, Monday. AN American Embassy spoKesman here today denied A .nt:;ra's charges that American consulate officials in Medan, North Sumatra, used tear gas agains. demonstrators outside the consulate building last Friday. He said that the Embassy had submitted a protest to (207 words)
    • Malraux talks with Chou [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Malraux talks with Chou TOKYO. Mon.— French Minister of State, Mr. Andre Malraux. met the Communist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai. yesterday for a friendly talk, according to a New China News Agency broad-c.t.-t monitored here. The French Ambassador. Mr. Lucien Pye and two Chinese Foreign Affairs officials were present at (53 words)
    • Rationing of food urged in Indian — towns— [Articles]
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      Rationing of food urged in Indian towns "V^EW DELHI, Mon. 11 An Indian food 1 policy committee yesI terday recommended 1 rationing rice and wheat in all Indian towns with more than 100.000 inhabitants. There arc food shortages In several states and India i is expected to be short of (172 words)
    • A 'rousing welcome' for Aidit [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      A 'rousing welcome' for Aidit HONG KONG, Mon. Thousands of people g;ive a rousing welcome to an Indonesian Communist Party delegation led by Mr- D. N. Aidit when it, arrived nt Peking airport from Moscow yesterday, the Ni \v China New« Agrncy .>-. nd Then wore warm rnilmm and handrtinkM (81 words)
    • Banda opens causeway across river [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Banda opens causeway across river LIWONDE (Malawi), Mon. Malawi's Prime Minister. Dr. Hastings Ban da yesterday officially opened a new causeway across the River Shire which runs on top of the new Llwond* Barrage. He ceremonially closed the sluice gates interrupting the flow of the river which rises ia Lake (85 words)
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  • Page 2 Miscellaneous
  • EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN DESK
    • Two-way scene... [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Two-way scene... A PASSIONATE EMBRACE— 'NAKED' FOR BRITISH AUDIENCES BUT CLOTHED FOR AMERICA IO(KH) in a passionate embrace in the bedroom scene of a new film being made in Britain. •Life at the Top." are British stars Laurence llarvev and Honor Blackman. The film is the sequel to "Room at (241 words)
    • Turk Cypriots issue their own laws [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Turk Cypriots issue their own laws NICOSLA, Mon. Defiant Turkish-Cypriots last night began promulgating their own laws and extended the terms of office of their leaders. One Turkish-Cypriot decree set out regulations for electinK a Turkish-Cypriot communal chamber. Another extended the terms of office of the Cypriot Vice-President. Dr. Fazil (164 words)
    • New ship makes beach landings obsolete [Articles]
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      • UPI
      New ship makes beach landings obsolete DASCAGOULA (Mississippi). Mon. A new typr of assault ship, designed to make World W.ir 11-type beach Undine* obsolete, was launched yesterday to join the U.S. Navy's amphibious forces. The ship, the Tripoli, will carry 2.000 Marines, to be dropped into battle by helicopters which (125 words)
    • Moscow visit [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Moscow visit lONDON. Mon. The Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, 1 Dr. Eric Williams, has accepted an i invitation to visit Russia later this year. Radio Moscow said last night. The date of the visit would be decided later. Reuter. (41 words)
    • 200 Negroes march on courthouse [Articles]
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      200 Negroes march on courthouse AMERICUS (Georgia), Monday. YfORE than 200 Negroes marched on the summer County Courthouse again yesterday and their leader told them reinforcements were coming by the busload from across the nation. Mr. Ben Clarke, an official of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, said three busloads of (216 words)
    • 'I CURSE THE DAY'—SAYS WINNER OF £143,000 [Articles]
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      'I CURSE THE DAY'— SAYS WINNER OF £143,000 I (IMM >\ Mon. John L Nicholson. 51. a former M-i-nnd-hand car dealer, sadly told a newspaper four years after he won K. 143.000 on the football pools that: HIS WIFE has been divorced from him. HE HAS lost hi a four (84 words)
    • Big drive for moral re-armament [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Big drive for moral re-armament LONDON. Mon Mr. RaJmohan Gandhi, (trandson of Mahatma Gnndlu. told members of the Moral Re-armament Movement here jmtCrdM that South Korea's Premier. Gen. II Kwont; Chuna. had invited them tn hold ;in MKMMI in Seoul on Sept. 20 Thi* would tollowed tn October t>v an (81 words)
    • US drug ring: Four jailed [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      US drug ring: Four jailed NEW YORK. Mon.— Pour men have been sent to mil for terms ranging from five to 18 years for plotting to smuggle narcotics worth US$25 million into the Unite*! States from France The prosecution said tiiu lour were members of a rina that iiad used (62 words)
    • 27 die in bus fall [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      27 die in bus fall LIMA (Peru i. Mon. Twenty* seven people were killed and another 29 had serious inuirirs when a bus plunged down a 300--foot cliff yesterday near the I mining town of Morocochi 78 miles from here, police said. Reuter- (43 words)
    • 10 die in crash [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      10 die in crash MUNPORDVILLE (Kentucky). Mon. Kate police said 10 people MM killed yesterday in two head-on car collisions approNirrm'ely 40 miles apart in south central Kentucky— Reuter. (29 words)
    • Polish seaman seeks asylum in Britain [Articles]
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      Polish seaman seeks asylum in Britain r'ARDIFF. Mon. A 35- Polish seaman, who defected from a fishing boat yesterday, asked for political asylum in Britain. Michael Sidoryk. who left the Polish trawler Skawak in North Shields. Northumberland, on Friday has been in hiding since then in a hou.se here. He (143 words)
    • Just fancy that [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Just fancy that LONDON. Mon.— Britain's first courtesy police went into action on roads last weekend, patrolling In al white cars and on all-white motorcycles. They will stop bad drivers and politely point out to them the dangers they are creating tc themselves and others. Reuter. (46 words)
    • Husband shoots estranged wife and daughters [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Husband shoots estranged wife and daughters fTERRE HAUTE (IndiaJ na). Mon. A husband pushed a shotgun through a car window yesterday and killed his estranged wife and two of their children Two other occupants of the car, parked at a busy Inter- j section, including a third j child, were (170 words)
    • Soviet rapist gets death sentence [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Soviet rapist gets death sentence MOaCOW. Mon. A young man was sentenced to death in Rica for raping a g'.rl with two companions and then passing her on *o a fourth for half a bottle of vodka. according to I the newspaper Soviet Latvia The paper said the three j (93 words)
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  • Consumption of water is steadily increasing in S'pore [Articles]
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    Consumption of water is steadily increasing in S'pore SINGAPORE, Mon. The rate of water consumption in Singapore is gradually increasing. This Is disclosed In the July Issue of the "Digest of Statistics" released by the Singapore Government. From October 1963 to February last year, the average monthly water consumption was (162 words)
  • Union official on causing hurt charge [Articles]
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    Union official on causing hurt charge SINGAPORE, Mon An offlcUU of the Singapore Traction Company Employees' Union, Al«gapp« Natarajan, was today charged In the Ninth Magistrate's court with voluntarily causing grievous hurl to Rangobtnd Rai. Natarajan who claimed trial was alleged to have permanently disfigured the left ear lobe of (78 words)
  • 'Welcome aboard' with cockteils [Articles]
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    'Welcome aboard' with cockteils SINGAPORE, Mon. The Japanese Consulate-General will screen on Aug. 13 a film on the Japan Industrial Floating Pair In Europe 1964, entitled "Welcome Aboard.'' It will also hold a cocktail party to mark the occasion. (39 words)
  • Boy, 14, rushes to his father's aid, stabs a teacher [Articles]
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    Boy, 14, rushes to his father's aid, stabs a teacher SINGAPORE, Monday. A 14-YEAR-OLD schoolboy, who admitted having wounded a teacher with a knife on the right thigh, was acquitted today after a successful submission by his defence counsel, Mr. D.G. 1 Ironside. Counsel had submitted that the law entitled (379 words)
  • 1,070 join 'Week in business' [Articles]
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    1,070 join 'Week in business' SINGAPORE, Mon. The Junior Chamber of Singapore's "Youth Week in Business" project went into full swing this morning when 1.070 students reported "for work" at some 150 centres. The "Week" is aimed at providing school leavers with an insight into the career they propose to (213 words)
  • Not result of any 'secret dealing' says a director [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Not result of any 'secret dealing' says a director PROMOTION FOR HIGH UNION OFFICIAL CINGAfORE, Mon. A director and station manager of Rediflusion Singapore) Ltd., Mr. Jack Snowdc n, today denied at the commission inquiring into the administration of the Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers' Union that he had "secret (183 words)
  • CALL FOR WITNESS [Articles + Illustrations]
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    CALL FOR WITNESS SINGAPORE, Mon. The commission inquiring into the administration of the Singapore Manual and Mercantile Workers' Union is looking for Mr. Robert Ho Thian See to give evidence. Mr. Ho's name management over new claims in May 1962. Mr. Snowden told the inquiry that at the time when (471 words)
  • SLEEPING WORKER BATTERED TO DEATH [Articles]
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    SLEEPING WORKER BATTERED TO DEATH SINGAPORE, Mum Two men are believed to be responsible for the murder of a factory striker. Ns Ho Soon, in a hut in Jaian Tiga Ratus off Changi Road on Friday morning. No arrests have been made so far. Nf, 26, was battered to death (157 words)
  • Toh Puan to open Ideal Home exhibition today [Articles]
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    Toh Puan to open Ideal Home exhibition today SINGAPORE. Mon. The Victoria Memorial Hall was a beehive of activity today as furniture was moved in. boards knocked into place and trimmings added all a rush job to meet tomorrow morning's deadline. At 11 a.m. tomorrow. Singapore's First Lady, Toh Puan (277 words)
  • St. John unit to hold parade [Articles]
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    St. John unit to hold parade SINGAPORE, Mon. The St. John Ambulance Brigade, West Area will hold Its iifth annual parade at the St. John headquarters. Beach Road on Aug. 8 at 4.45 p.m. The Commissioner, Dr. K.L. Loh, and the Area President, Mr. Chng Tok Ngam. will inspect the (51 words)
  • CURFEW BREAKERS FINED [Articles]
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    CURFEW BREAKERS FINED SINGAPORE. Mon. Six fishermen were fined between $20 and $50 each in the First Criminal District Court today for breaking the sea curfew and entering a restricted area west of Sultan Shoal on Saturday. They pleaded guilty Two of them, Tan Yew Kauj I and Teo Yong (101 words)
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  • Razak opens University's Faculty of Medicine [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Razak opens University's Faculty of Medicine DECISION ON FOREIGN DEGREES SOON— TUN Kuala Lumpur, Monday THE acting Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, today opened the University of Malaya's $20 million Faculty of Medicine and announced that the Government would decide about recognising foreign medical degrees in "the next few months/ (674 words)
  • Razak— and Khir pay tribute to 'midwife' Oppenheim [Articles]
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    Razak and Khir pay tribute to 'midwife' Oppenheim ITUALA LUMPUR. Mon.— The former Vice-chan-cellor of the University of Malaya, Dato Sir Alexander Oppenheim. was today dubbed the "midwife" of the university by both the acting Prime Minister. Tun Abdul Razak. and the Minister of Education, Inche Mohamrd Khir Johari. Speaking (287 words)
  • Klang student wins prize [Articles]
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    Klang student wins prize TAIPINO. Mon. Lee Klan Seng, 13. of Klann. won the first and special prizes In the third Milnysian young students exhibition of painting which ended at th<' Kwantuni; Association here t.sterciay. Goh Saw Sun or the Han Chian School, Penang, was second and Tan Aim Kok (55 words)
  • $700 from fair [Articles]
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    $700 from fair PARIT BUNTAR, MON. The Women's Institute here collected 1700 for its building fund from a food and fun fair. (22 words)
  • 60 May Day men cleared [Articles]
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    60 May Day men cleared SINGAPORE, Mon. The second criminal district Judge. Mr. K. T. Alexander, today acquitted and discharged 60 alleged May Day demonstrators without calling on their defence. They were accused of continuing In an unlawful assembly along Bencoolen Street at 12.40 p.m. on May 1. The court (127 words)
  • Why S'pore is having fewer and fewer strikes—i [Articles]
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    Why S'pore is having fewer and fewer strikes i CINGAPORE, Mon. For the first five months of this year, there were only 13 strikes and lock-outs compared with 19 for the same period last year. These figures given in the Singapore Government's July issue of the "Digest of Statistics" are (165 words)
  • Boy, aged four, drowned [Articles]
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    Boy, aged four, drowned KUALA LUMPUR. Mon.— A four-year-old boy. Suib bin Ashor. was drowned in a disused mining pool at Kampong Dato Keramat here yesterday. Suib was playing with some children beside the pool at 4.30 p.m. when he fell into it. One of the boys ran home and (62 words)
  • Teachers' assembly [Articles]
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    Teachers' assembly PENANO. Mon.— lnche Shariff bin Ahmad, political secretary to i the Minister of Education. wIH I noen the sixth annual assemhlv I of the National Union of National Language Teachers at the Jeliij tong English School hall on PrtI day hall on Friday at 10.30 a.m (48 words)
  • School of business starting at Singapore university [Articles + Illustrations]
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    School of business starting at Singapore university CINGAPORE. Mon. The University of Singapore will officially establish a new Department of Business Admlnisration on Aug. 16 under its Deputy ViceChancellor. Mr. Reginald Quahe Announcing th's today at a farewell Press conference, the Colombo Plan Canadian Professor Leslie Wong also revealed that (286 words)
  • Ghafar warns of liars who create discord [Articles]
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    Ghafar warns of liars who create discord YfALACCA, Mon.— The iTI Chief Minister of Malacca, Inche Abdul Ghafar bin Baba. said here today that certain peopie were going round spreading false propaganda about the Alllance Government wanting to make Malaysia a Muslim state. This, he added, was one of their (191 words)
  • Union elects officers [Articles]
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    Union elects officers SINGAPORE. Mon. Inche Abdul Manap bin Kitan was elected president of the Public Daily-; Rated Housing and Development Board Workers' Union at its general meeting at the Victoria Memo- rial Hall. Other officers are: Mr. B. Oopal fvice-presidenO, Mr. K. Diirai (secret ary>. Mr. A. Karim bin (66 words)
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  • The family a road crash virtually wiped out.,. [Articles + Illustrations]
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    The family a road crash virtually wiped out.,. JOHORE BAHRU, Mon. TtHE family that was almost wiped out by a road crash on the Ayer Hitam trunk road on Sunday. Their white Mini-Austin collided head-on with a northwardbound lorry at a bend at the 371 mile. The little car buckled (170 words)
  • Bar robbery [Articles]
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    Bar robbery hINGAPORE. Mon.— Five armed thugs early today robbed the Chusan Bar In Seletur Hills of nuarettes. liquor and cash totalling $2,150 after tying up a work»r. Mr. Lira Yam Choon. who area sleeping Inside the bar. (38 words)
  • Burglars' haul [Articles]
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    Burglars' haul PENANG. Mon.— Burglars brote Into the house of a Shell Company executive. Inche Mohamed Burhanuddin bin Mohamed Mydln, iti Caunter Hall early this morning and stole a pair oX trousers containing $450. (34 words)
  • 35 STUDENT TEACHERS HIT HISTORY TRAIL [Articles]
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    35 STUDENT TEACHERS HIT HISTORY TRAIL SINGAPORE. Mon. Thirty-five students of the Singapore Teachers Training College accompanied by three lecturers left here today for a two-week educational tour of historical places of Malaya. Before the group, of whom 32 are girls, left by chartered bus this morning, trie college's principal, (94 words)
  • Tengku Putri's wedding delayed [Articles]
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    Tengku Putri's wedding delayed KUALA LUMPUR, Mon The wedding of Tengku Putri Barirah. niece of the Yang diPertuan Besar of Negrl Sembilan, to her former pen friend, has been postponed to Aug. 21. This is because her fiance. Raja Ahmad Aziza. 29, a cousin of the Sultan of Perak. has (145 words)
  • WHY WE ARE NOT RESPECTED-BY TEACHERS [Articles]
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    WHY WE ARE NOT RESPECTED-BY TEACHERS KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. their qualifications, profession, training and responsibilities." Another resolution deals with "d o w n g r a ding of schools" by the Ministry of Education As a result of this, the union says, a number of head teacheri had suffered embarrassment (230 words)
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    Bonds for council i i BUTTERWORTH. Mon.— Th» Province Wellesley North Disi trict Council will buy $20,000 worth of National Defence bond*- (22 words)
  • DAY-OLD BABY IS FOUND IN TELEPHONE BOOTH [Articles]
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    DAY-OLD BABY IS FOUND IN TELEPHONE BOOTH pEXANG. Mon. A day old baby was found abandoned In a public telephone booth at Batu I kin last night. The baby girl was discovered In a cardboard box by a Penang Port Com mission employee. Inche Ibrahim bin Mat, at about 11 (91 words)
  • PENANG UMNO SAYS: KEEP OUR SCHOOL WEEKEND' [Articles]
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    PENANG UMNO SAYS: KEEP OUR SCHOOL WEEKEND' ptNANG, Mon. The i Penan e State I'mno education committee has written to the National I'mno headquarters opposing: a recent suggestion by the Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khir Johari. that the present weekend holidays for Malay schools on Friday and Saturday be (158 words)
  • A course on economics [Articles]
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    A course on economics SINGAPORE!, Mon. An even- i Ing course on "The Principles o< Economics", jointly organised by] the Singapore Chinese Chamr^r of Commerce and the Institute cf Industrial and Commercial Studies, Is open to the public. Lectures will be held at the Chamber's premises every Tuesday. from 7 (62 words)
  • 'Biggest blot' on Penang's civic -sense — [Articles]
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    'Biggest blot' on Penang's civic -sense DENANG, Mon. The past secretary of the Penang RSCPA. Mr Chang Mm Tat, today described tho slow, agonising death of a whale stranded oiT Ratu Maung last week as "a disgraceful blot on Penang's civic conscience." "It is r revolting thought that there are (273 words)
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  • Runaway pupil back with an apology and a promise [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Runaway pupil back with an apology and a promise SINGAPORE. Mon. Urn Cher Tuck- 15. a schoolboy of Raffles Institution, who ran away from home for 42 days, returned to his parents last night with an apology and a promise. In Times House today, he said: "I am sorry, and (349 words)
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    New Kaum Ibu officials KANGAK. Men.— A midwife. Che Rokiah binte Embee, lias been elected chairman of the newly-formod Perils Selatan L'mno'B Kaum Ibu section, with Wan Chik binte Che Man. wife of the Speaker of the Statr Assembly. Inche Yusoff Abu Bakar. as vice-chairman. In the youth section. Syed (69 words)
  • Enlistment steady, but unions total falls [Articles]
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    Enlistment steady, but unions total falls SINGAPORE, Mon. Singapore had 107 registered trade unions in May, representing a total of 15?.620 workers. The July issue of the official digest of statistics issued today shows that there has been a gradual decrease in the number of registered trade unions since 1961. (104 words)
  • Firing by military tonight [Articles]
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    Firing by military tonight SINGAPORE, Mon Night firing exercises will be carried out by the military at Nee Soon range between 6 p.m. and midnight tomorrow, and at Bukit Timah range between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Wednesday. Small arms will be used during the exercises. The Police Secretary (65 words)
  • N-L contest winners [Articles]
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    N-L contest winners PEN'ANG. Moi,.— Results ot the national language reading and playlet finals for adult education classes held at State level at the t uvn hail during the weekend were as follows: Reading i non-Malays) men 1. Teoh Ai Chusin. 2. Teh Cheng Peng. 3. M. Muthia'h; women 1. (95 words)
  • Beauty contest at Umno fair [Articles]
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    Beauty contest at Umno fair PENANO. Mon. A women* music troupe, the Pancharagam Wanita Ria from KlatiK. "will per- form at the Sunget Ara Umno fun fair to be held on the village j playground from Aug. 7 to 13. Other attractions will include a beauty contest, boria performances and (61 words)
  • Plan for village police throughout Thailand [Articles]
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    Plan for village police throughout Thailand From our special correspondent OANGKOK, Mon. D The Thai Government has approved a bold plan to set up village police throughout the kingdom at a cost of about $137.5 million. Durinpr the first year 1966 the village policemen will be set up in six (150 words)
  • LEGAL EXAM PASSES IN SINGAPORE [Articles]
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    LEGAL EXAM PASSES IN SINGAPORE SINGAPORE. Mon. Passes in the Part I Trinity Overseas Examination of the Council of Legal education of candidates in Singapore are Human lajer Ram Singh Baiwa .Claw 3 V Billy Kuek (C\ok- 3> ContUtutional l^w and Knjlinl, Legal HUwrjr: BT«f Ha».in Almanoar <Cla*s 3. Ying (128 words)
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    Certificates for blood donors soon KUALA LUMPUR. Mon.— The Blood Bank here has sent out 300 certificates to donors and another 150 are beine prepared Dr. Amar Singh, who is In j chanre of the bank, said this to- 1 day :n reply to a complaint by reader in today's (107 words)
  • Richard Ang accused of suborning a witness [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Richard Ang accused of suborning a witness SINGAPORE, Monday. CERTAIN insurance companies had made attempts to suborn a key prosecution witness, Yusof bin Ahmad, during a preliminary murder inquiry involving Sunny Ang, 27, a former Singapore Grand Prix driver since sentenced to death for the murder at sea of onetime (540 words)
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      One vote defeats political fund for a union IPOH, Monday. AMOVE to set up a political fund in the National Union of Telecommunications Employees was defeated by one vote at the third biennial delegates' conference here yesterday. Twenty-seven voted against and 26 for the move by the union's executive council. (262 words)
    • Hearing on bank row to resume [Articles]
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      Hearing on bank row to resume SINGAPORE. Mon. The Industrial Arbitration Court will reRume hearing of a dispute between the Chartered Bank and the SingaDore Bunk Employees' Union, on Wednesday. On Friday, the hearing on the dispute between the Port of Singapore Authority and the Singapore Harbour Board Staff Association (53 words)
    • TIGHT SECURITY IN PORT AREA, SAYS AUTHORITY MANAGER [Articles]
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      TIGHT SECURITY IN PORT AREA, SAYS AUTHORITY MANAGER THE Port Swettenham J Authority is maintaining tight security in the port in the interest of port users This was stated today by the eeneral manager of the authority. Mr. S. M. Maroof. He was commenting on a reader's letter In the (172 words)
    • Minister's date with nurses [Articles]
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      Minister's date with nurses MALACCA. Mon.— The Minister of Health. Inche Bahama n bin Samsuddin, will open the annual meeting of the Assistant Nurse* Union. Malaya, at the nurse*' hostel, here at 10 a.m. on Sunday. On Saturday night, eve of the meeting, the nurses will bold a dance at (52 words)
    • Khir's call: Iron out troubles in new school I— system— [Articles]
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      Khir's call: Iron out troubles in new school I— system ITUALA LUMPUR, Mon.— Chief education officers attending a two-day conference here have been asked to stay on indefinitely until all difficulties connected with the implementation of the Comprehensive School System are ironed out. The Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khir (225 words)
    • Stephens in Sabah [Articles]
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      Stephens in Sabah JESSELTON. Mon. The Federal Minister for Sabah Affairs. Ditto Donald Stephens. arrived here today on a fivw-day official visit to the State. Da to Stephens told reporters that he would be visiting Civil Defence Corps in the eastern Snbah towns of Sandakan and Tar.au. Reuter. (48 words)
    • Sergeant and girl friend found shot dead [Articles]
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      Sergeant and girl friend found shot dead JESSELTON, Mon. Malaysian Army Sgt. Tan Han Boon was found dead in the home of his girl frirnd in Lahad Datu. 160 miles from here, last Saturday, a police spokesman said here today. Lying a few fee: away from him was Nfiss Nk (133 words)
    • Justice Wee to leave for law conference [Articles]
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      Justice Wee to leave for law conference SINGAPORE, Mon. The Chief Justice of Singapore. Dato Justice Wee Chong Jin, will leave here In about a fortnight to attend the third Commonwealth and Empire law conterence in Sydney from Aug. 25 to Sept. l. Among others who will also attend the (89 words)
    • Woman killed [Articles]
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      Woman killed SINGAPORE. Mon— Mrs. Constar.ca Carmen NicolUh. 79. ni killed when she was knocked down by a car at Newton Circus ye*terday. (23 words)
    • Mosque opening [Articles]
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      Mosque opening 6UNOEI PATANI. Mon Tt» Sultan of Kednh will open r.h« new $20,000 masque a: Tan&h Merah. Pendang, on Friday. (21 words)
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  • A step away from torture and death [Articles + Illustrations]
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    A step away from torture and death TOM POCOCK Till: UfiLlliST WAR I3Y oattallons Maybe more. You could clean them out out they'd be back. "The Vietcong would Just pull out Into the mangrove and just as soon as our battalions went off home, they'd be back. The people here (1828 words)
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  • DEATH [Obituaries]
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    DEATH Wardm IH I trVniffUrm I ADOELEY: On JnlT Mth. IMS. la hi* *»th year Arthur Kme«t Rxddeley. Jersey Channel l.«les hushand of Eva and f.ith.T of H.-len and Dlnnn (30 words)
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [Articles]
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    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS M Wnrdm 515 I •fisjf'imi** THE FAMILY of the late Mrs Y. T, ft to thank all relatives and f»lend« fur thiir kind *ttend*nie the eiiner- or Sl*7*#S MR. PHANC NAI KHAN awl famllr .r1« and relative* for their •roll" lo:m of ear* and assistance funeral of Mrs Pnang. (127 words)
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    • University's Big Step [Articles]
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      University's Big Step A lot of nerve, as well as a lot of money, has gone into the I University of Malaya's Faculty of Medicine, opened yesterday. It took a great deal of coni fidence, for example, to enrol students before work on the essential $50 million teaching! hospital had (714 words)
    • Local Govt. [Articles]
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      Local Govt. Suspending local elections for the duration of the Emergency is one thing. Abolishing elective local authorities is another. The second step involves important principles, and it is surprising that the Federal Government should have instructed a Royal Commission to consider it, without at least providing a word of (347 words)
    • Kelantan Choice [Articles]
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      Kelantan Choice Relations between the Central Government and the Kelantan State Government, put on the mend last November when Tun Razak made his first tour of the State, have been strengthened further by the Deputy Prime Minister's second visit, just completed. In the interim, Kelantan has had $437,000 of Federal (133 words)
  • Dazzling display abstract artist [Articles]
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    Dazzling display abstract artist LULKMI.N -1 r'HBONO Laltong. one of the leading local exponents of abstract art, has oddly enough never presented a solo exhibition until now. His lir.st oneman show, currently on view at the Balai Ampang in Kuala Lumpur, i.s a virtuoso display that will delight art-lovers in (385 words)
  • The search goes on for old Nazi aide Bormann [Articles]
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    The search goes on for old Nazi aide Bormann NEAL ASCHERSON: From Berlin, Mon. /\N the waste land be- side the railway arches, on a rainy Berlin afternoon, a blue police bulldozer rolls slowly back and forward. It roars and groans, and after each little charge forward brings back another (614 words)
  • HEATH [Articles + Illustrations]
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    HEATH WJjWJJJ^^KJ LONDON, Monday AFTER one of the shortest and least bitter contests in the history of the Conservative Party, Edward Heath has emerged as its new leader and as Britain's alternative Prime Minister. His success at the age of 49 (young, as Tory leaders go) and only 15 years (966 words)
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    • Detainee tells court of bugs in the I—lock-up—> [Articles]
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      Detainee tells court of bugs in the I lock-up > MALACCA, Mon. 1T The former president of the Malacca Municipal Council. Inche Hasnul bin Abdul Hadi, now in detention, said in the magistrate's court here today that there were many inserts in the Special Branch lock-up here. He said under (141 words)
    • On duty [Articles]
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      On duty The officer -ln charge. Crl m 1 nal Investigations. Malacca. Deputy Supt. Yap Thien Chin, prosecuting. said that Che Malmunah was ln her office at the CE3 on the morning of Mar.h 16 when Daud gay» her a chit from her husband asking for $20, which she handed (165 words)
    • 59,000 car theft case—bail [Articles]
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      59,000 car theft case— bail KUALA LUMPUR. Mon.—Mukhtlar Singh. 33. of Klang Oates here, was charged in the magistrate's court today with thp thPtt of a car valued at $9,000 at Ampan« Road on July 9. He pleaded not sullty and was allowed bail of $300 until Oct. 26 (49 words)
    • Even schoolboys can buy hemp [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Even schoolboys can buy hemp INDIAN hemp, illegally cultivated in Singapore, is being sold locally under conditions in which even schoolboys can have access to it. The current black-mar-ket price is about 50 cents to one dollar for a tiny packet. This was stated today in a probation officer's report, (142 words)
    • LIM: THERE WILL BE NO SHORTAGE OF RICE [Articles]
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      LIM: THERE WILL BE NO SHORTAGE OF RICE Ceased Legal fHE closure of the Bank of China in Singapore will not lead to a shortage of rice the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Dr. Lim Swee Aun, said today. He was commenting on reports appearing in the Daily Mail in (604 words)
    • Police switch [Articles]
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      Police switch PARIT BONTAR. Mon map. A S Bidu of the Special Branch here ha* been transferred to Kuala Lumpur. Insp Harbajan stngh from Kuala Lumpur police h«adquarters ha* succeeded him (31 words)
    • Dato Aziz calls on Chung [Articles]
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    • Flying award for teacher [Articles]
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      Flying award for teacher pENANG, Mon. A Malaysian school teacher, Mr. Lawrence Gow, has been awarded a Royal Australian Air Force flying scholarship. "This will enable him to realise his ambition to learn to fly and then join the Royal Malaysian Air Force." says an official statement. The award of (124 words)
    • Road death [Articles]
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      Road death TELUK ANSON. Mon.— A cl-tar-roller. R. Ramachandran. 44. riding a bicycle, was fatally li>lured when ne was Involved in an accident with a car at the Junction of Syed Abu Bakar Road and Anderson Road here yesterday •verung. (40 words)
    • Soon: Stamps with a battle scene [Articles]
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      Soon: Stamps with a battle scene ITUALA LUMPUR, Mon. i Special triangular stamps of 10 and 20 cent denominations will be issued by the postal, authorities here to com- 1 memorate the unveiling' of the National Monument later this month. The commemorative stamps, depicting Malaysian soldiers tn a victorious battle (204 words)
    • Honeycombs play it cool to tumultous Singapore reception [Articles]
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      Honeycombs play it cool to tumultous Singapore reception SINGAPORE. Mon. British pop group, the Honeycombs, played it real coo) yesterday afternoon when they arrived at the Singapore airport to a tumultous reception by teenagers. Minutes after their arrival from Bangkok the grouD sat in the reception room and finished their (267 words)
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      Landmark in the field of medical education Samad Mahadi TUN RAZAK OFFICIATES AT CEREMONY By Programme THE acting: Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak, today opens the $20 million Faculty of Medicine of the University of Malaya, and lays thy foundation stone of the $50 million Teaching Hospital now under construction. (512 words)
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      Post-graduate training, too By Staff Writer rpHE $70 million Medical Centre, in the words of A Professor T.J. Danaraj, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, was planned to train not just a doctor but a medical or health unit. It would provide not only training facilities for (285 words)
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  • Dr. Lim: Let other towns see 'Made in Malaysia' fair [Articles]
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    Dr. Lim: Let other towns see 'Made in Malaysia' fair |(UALA LUMPUR. Mon. The Minister of Commerce and Industry. Dr. Lim Swee Aun, said here last night that he would like to see the Made-in-Malaysia trade fair brought to other Malaysian towns. Speaklne to reporters after tourinjr all 70 stalls (275 words)
  • Seminar for lecturers at teachers' colleges [Articles]
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    Seminar for lecturers at teachers' colleges JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. About 190 full-time and part-time lecturers from various teachers' training colleges In Malaya today attended a two-day seminar to discuss aspects of teachertraining programmes. The seminar, a prelude to a 10-day course for teacher trainees, was opened by the principal of (106 words)
  • $13,500 theft at godown [Articles]
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    $13,500 theft at godown SINOAPORE. Mon.— A gang of riv B men stole textiles worth about $13,500 belonging to Yoo Yuen Co. Ltd. from a godown In Chin 6'xee Road yesterday. The robbers tied up the ro-dow-n's watchman. Subaran Theyli, and removed the goods in a lorry. (47 words)
  • Study of three languages 'no burden' in schools [Articles]
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    Study of three languages 'no burden' in schools T»HE study of three languages Chinese, English and Malay in the conforming Chinese secondary schools In Malaya is not a great burden to children of average intelligence ""his was stated by Mr. Wang Hou Ren. chairman oi the Heads of Newly Conforming (280 words)
  • CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP WINNER WEDS TEACHER [Articles + Illustrations]
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    CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP WINNER WEDS TEACHER MR. and Mrs. Ernest Chew after their wedding at the Bethesda Church, Frankel Estate. Singapore, on Saturday. Ernest. 22. son of Dr. Benjamin Chew, is a research assistant at the I'niversity of Singapore. He will be going to Cambridge University soon to do a Ph.D. (112 words)
  • 25 Reds in clash at border [Articles]
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    25 Reds in clash at border ALOR STAR, Monday. ABOUT 25 Communist terrorists, using automatic weapons, were reported to have clashed with a 13-member Thai police border patrol in three battles last week. According to infor- mation available today, the battles, near a squatter area close to the Thai border (236 words)
  • Climax of Brunei royal wedding [Articles + Illustrations]
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  • Rangoon paper: Malaysian fishermen given fair trial [Articles]
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    Rangoon paper: Malaysian fishermen given fair trial RANGOON. Mon. Burma's leading Eng-lish-language ne w s paper, the Guardian, denied yesterday that Malaysian fisher men caught in Burmese waters were subject to high-handedness, as reported in the Malaysian Press. The paper said these reports were untrue since the Burmese Government had (177 words)
  • Boats of 4 accused fishermen released [Articles]
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    Boats of 4 accused fishermen released DENANG. Mon. Four Kuala Muda fishermen. accused of the murder of four trawlermen off Muksi Head last month, today successfully applied to the First Magistrate's Court for the release of their boats on a total bond of $12,000 Mr. S. P- Seentvasagam. who made (160 words)
  • Educationist to visit S'pore [Articles]
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    Educationist to visit S'pore I SINOAPORE. Mon.— Mr. R. W Robertson, managing director of Australia's largest home-study organisation, the Hemingway Robertson Institute, will fly here from Kuala Lumpur tomorrow on a brief visit. He will study the development of local examining bodies and other matters likely to affect local students (53 words)
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    New rural road BATU OAJAH, Mon.— A n»«--chain long gravel road with concrete drain has been comoletrnf at Kampong Batu Tujoh near hare under the rural development programme »t a cost of about 11.900 (34 words)
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    A $50 donation SINOAPORE. Mon The State Advocate-Oeneral. Inche Ahmad Ibrahim, has given $50 to the Muslim Women's Welfar* I Council The donation waj repaired through the Strain TtatM (29 words)
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      wti "bilk *ti BRIDGE ROAD SINGAPORE THE PEKING CO..3LTD. Anniversary _^^^^^^^mm^—^ > s^^^^ warn i* r 1 THERE WAS NEVER A BETTER TIME FOR BUYING UP TO SAVE REGULAR AND DEPENDABLE STOCK GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR 2ND FLOOR Children wearing Ladies' Shop Glassware apparels Dress Fabrics Crockery Lingeries Men's Department (64 words)
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      You never had a better reason to fly with us to the USA! Last year, 27,000,000 people looked in on the New York World's Fair— and they all said 'Wonderful!' This fabulous collection of entertainments, exhibits, experiences is so great it's in its second year. But in late October, it (202 words)
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    • 21 PEACE PETITION SIGNATORIES GO ON TRIAL [Articles]
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      21 PEACE PETITION SIGNATORIES GO ON TRIAL SAIGON, Mon. The South Vietnamese Government opened a military trial today of 21 people charged with undermining the war effort by signing peace petitions. The tribunal has the power to impose death sentences on the defendants, who are accused of destroying the military (133 words)
    • Parents of those Auckland quins [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Parents of those Auckland quins SAMUEL LAWSON. 28, owner of a fish and chips shop in Auckland, New Zealand, and his wife Shirley Ann, 26, who gave birth to quintuplets four girls and a boy last Tuesday. Mrs. Lawson was given a fertility drug before her pregnancy. All five babies (73 words)
    • Let South Vietnam go Red, says historian [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Let South Vietnam go Red, says historian Toynbee: By remaining there U.S. is pursuing a policy of colonialism DROFESSOR Arnold J. Toynbee, the historian, today urged the American people to accept defeat in Vietnam and let South Vietnam go Communist. By remaining there, Professor Toynbee said, the United States Is (398 words)
    • Measures to stop leaks of secrets to Press [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Measures to stop leaks of secrets to Press LONDON, Mon.— The Government plans to clamD on tighter security measures to prevent "dangerous" leaks of official information to the Press, it was reported yesterday. The First Secretary of State Mr. George Brown, recently intervened personally to prevent publication of the national (120 words)
    • Just fancy that [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Just fancy that LONDON. Mon Scientists in Britain arr developing edible protein as a laboratory by-product of crude oil. The protein it smells like cbeese and looks like yellow sugar has been fed to rats and hamsters in tests for its use as a supplement to animal diets. Beuter. (49 words)
    • Okinawa: It won't happen again, says Sato [Articles]
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      • UPI
      Okinawa: It won't happen again, says Sato TOKYO. Mon The I A Japanese Prime Minister. Mr. Sato, told Parliament today his Government was "not entirely satisfied" with the fact that a group of Guam-based U.S j B-52 bombers ha d I sought typhoon shelter on Okinawa and from there proceeded (238 words)
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      Straits Times Crossword ACROBS 7. In this you might have trou1. A pinch of tea In a cocktail ble, but get clean out of ltl <o>. (3. si. S. Western city, very large, but 8. Indecision makes us soft In of ludicrous descent <6 > understanding (8). 9. Commit to (297 words)
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    • 'Nik wanted to break with Mao before J ouster' [Articles]
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      • UPI
      'Nik wanted to break with Mao before J ouster' 'Appeasement would paralyse Soviet action 9 GENEVA, Monday. MR. Khrushchev had decided to make a clean break with China shortly before he was ousted from supreme Soviet pov/er last year. Eastern diplomatic sources disclosed yesterday. The Soviet leader had reached the (353 words)
    • JETLINER LANDS SAFELY WITHOUT TYRES [Articles]
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      JETLINER LANDS SAFELY WITHOUT TYRES BE I RUT (Lebanon), Mon. A Bwissair Convair Jetliner carrying 94 people made an emergency landing at Beirut airport today with the tyres ripped from its left landing gear. All aboard escaped unhurt. The plane rolled 1.100 yards down the runway with Its left wheels (193 words)
    • Rann pact protest by Socialists [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Rann pact protest by Socialists NEW DELHI. Mon. Police used tear gas and made baton charges in Allahabad yesterday to break up a stone-throwing crowd trying to enforce a strike called In protest against the In-dian-Pakistani ceasefire agreement In the Rann of Kutch. A report from Allahabad. 375 miles southeast (109 words)
    • Plotters held in Colombia [Articles]
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      Plotters held in Colombia BOGOTA. Mon. Colombia authorities have arrested several people suspected of planning to overthrow the Oovernment. Radio Cnracol said most were Communists. Plan* called for revolutionary activity In four ley cities and a miDOortlng strike In a fifth city. AJ>. (43 words)
    • JUST FANCY THAT... [Articles]
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      JUST FANCY THAT... BONN, Mon. West Germans, questioned about their views on their three main western allies, have most faith in the United States Government and least in the RiitLsh. according to a public opinion poll Forty-seven per crnt said that they trusted the I'nited States most. 16 per cent (70 words)
    • Tina wants to follow in her mother's famous footsteps [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Tina wants to follow in her mother's famous footsteps XTEB mother was a Hollywood film lovely ...Maria Montez. blackhaired, quick-tempered tigress of many a Technicolor adventure. Now, 19-year-old Tina Marquand is all set to be a Him lovely, too. Maria, who claimed to be the daughter of a Dominican Republic (135 words)
    • A joint Western plan to stop spread of N-weapons soon [Articles]
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      • UPI
      A joint Western plan to stop spread of N-weapons soon T<HE West now hopes to produce a Joint plan to A stop the further spread of nuclear weapons within two weeks, the permanent American disarmament negotiator, Mr. Clare Timberlake, said yesterday. "We hope to toe able to present the plan (314 words)
    • 17 die in floods [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      17 die in floods TEHE^rt, Mon. Sudden floods following torrential rain and hail storms destroyed the village of Tnjar in north-east Iran and washed away aboat 17 villagers on Saturday night. Reuter. (32 words)
    • Cary Grant and his fourth wife go into hiding [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • REUTER
      Cary Grant and his fourth wife go into hiding ORISTOL (England 13 Mon. Cary Grant and actress Diane Cannon, secretly married in America last month, were somewhere in England today avoiding newsmen and photographers. The hunt for the 61--year-old screen star and his 27-year-old bride of 11 days, started when (215 words)
    • Killer winter [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Killer winter SANTIAGO (Chile. Moil— At least 10 people died and 10.000 are reported homeless from storms, snow and floods In six weeks of Chile's worst winter for years. Reuter. (30 words)
    • Tanker afire [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Tanker afire MONTREAL. Mon— Fire swept through the Canadian oil tanker Cedarbranch here yesterday following explosions aboard the 2.144-ton vessel. Two of the crew were injured and taken to hospital. Reuter. (31 words)
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    • Linda.. • hopes set high [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Linda hopes set high TO COMPETE FOR MISS INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY TITLE AT LONG BEACH WITH a glittering wardrobe and her hopes set high, 18 year old Linda Lim leaves Singapore today lo compete for the Miss International beauty title at Long Beach, California. She had barely a fortnight in which (466 words)
    • FAREWELL BALLET PERFORMANCE BY PATRICIA [Articles + Illustrations]
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      FAREWELL BALLET PERFORMANCE BY PATRICIA POR 18 -year -old Miss Patricia Hon it will be r a farewell performance when she dances for the Singapore Ballet Group which is presenting its new season this week Patricia, who started learning ballet since she was 10 and has danced major ballet roles (304 words)
    • BEAUTY WITH GLASSES [Articles + Illustrations]
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      BEAUTY WITH GLASSES I I AT every stage in her life a woman has to look at beauty with a different eye. In fact she most never stop looking at the mirror from the age of 16, says Miss Marie Jose Chatelin, (above), a French beautician who is now visiting (287 words)
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  • GAMMON EXPECT BETTER RESULTS THIS YEAR [Articles]
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    GAMMON EXPECT BETTER RESULTS THIS YEAR From Our Market Correspondent rpllE chairman of Gammon 1 Malaya Ltd.. Mr. J. C. Gammon, reporting to shareholders on the last financial year says he considers it reasonable to forecast an improvement in 1965 on the results obtained In 1964. Mr. Gammon says the (633 words)
  • STOCK INDICES [Articles]
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    STOCK INDICES Malayan Stock Indices I July 31 Aut;. 2 'Industrials: 68.74 68.95 1 i"- 93.65 93.65 rubbers: 102.11 102.11 'Dec. 30. 1963=100 Dec. 29, 1962=100 (26 words)
  • STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA [Articles]
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    STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA DUBINESS in and reported to I the Singapore and Koala Lam pur trading rooma of the Stock Exchange of Malaysia yesterday, with the number of the aharea traded In brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Dunlop, (3,000) 11.24: Eui $1.42 8L; Bis* ttib. 110.--000) ll.Oli: last Smelt (1.00O) 52.7N O. (865 words)
  • OPTION PREMIUM [Articles]
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    OPTION PREMIUM Aug. 2. Three montha INDUSTRIALS Bouatetul 13 cti. McAMnter 9 eta City Dev. 7 cv. M. Invnt. S C U. C.B. Holding! 13 ttiN. Iron 9 eta. DuDlopn 10 eta. O C.B C 13 eta K Smelfnu eta Kothman* b cti! Esko 11 Ha. Ked. I>t»p 12 et» (233 words)
  • Hong Kong rates [Articles]
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    Hong Kong rates THE Hong Kong free exchange A Market (in common with other markets In the Colony) was eloaed yesterday for the first Monday in August holiday. It reopens today. (31 words)
  • ' Straits tin declines in Penang by $4.62 i [Articles]
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    Straits tin declines in Penang by $4.62 i THK price of straits tin in PenatiK yesterday fell hy tlMl to s::;ss7' „,.r P j C ul. The •fferlni was estimated down 10 tons u> !.!0 ton«. L«u:illv dfiiimd continued at the lower tevala, MAI. WAN HI Kl'.l 1: M\i;ki I (314 words)
  • AUSTRALIAN STOCKS [Articles]
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    AUSTRALIAN STOCKS MELBOURNE, Mon. INDUSTRIALS overall movad narrowly around steady levels In very quiet trading. Leaders were variable. B.H.P waa up 6d. to 535. and C.U.B.Z. Wat up Is. to 575. C.I.G. Rights lost a further 6d. to 225. 3d. Base metals and olla were quiet and stendy. Trxiay's ehMtaa (134 words)
  • OFFICIAL RATES [Articles]
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    OFFICIAL RATES f\\ the oHiciul Malaysian Short v Term v.«,n. v Market for tha week ended Saturday (July 31) tha range of call rates was as followi:BANK FINDS: 3 per cent to 4 1 per rent. GENERAL FUNDS; 2!4 percent to 4 per rent. MOVEMENT of funds totalled $83 million. (50 words)
  • DOLLAR RATE [Articles]
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    DOLLAR RATE r THK present rate of the Malayaa dollar against the pound sterling fixed on November 24 Uat M-.ir is Sellina; TT or OD 2s. 3 15 hid. Buying TT 2s. 4 1 lid. Buying OD 2s. 4'» d. Tha dollar is at It* statutory middle position In relation (62 words)
  • j CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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    j CLOSING PRICES Ant;. 2. MALAYAN RI'BRER PRICE: M tents (up a quartrr of a cent). TIN: $738.87 i (down S4.li2\). Inofficial estimated offerinx 230 tons (down 10 tons). (29 words)
  • SHIPS IN PORT [Articles]
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    SHIPS IN PORT S 1 HIPS lying alonstid* MM tlng«*«r« Harbour wharvia or tiptcttd today art: Jl.*!um 1/2. Dollua 3/4, Gol4ea SprinK A/7. Sudan 13/14, Oodavcrr U lii. A>mara IM. Kowloon Ventura U, Raja Brooke 21/22. Shun Wan XXXXX. Madras 27/2x. Hunol UftX Hoi llouw 35/36. Polo' 1 Orrhidea 40/41. (138 words)
  • PRODUCE PRICES [Articles]
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    PRODUCE PRICES CHINESE Product Eichinxt. Sln««- port notn pricti per ptcul yttttr. djari Loc.nut all bulk $39 wlleni. drum }61 MttJML Ctprj: July Aug. UK Con t duo t: ITaaai Ptppcr: Muntok nhite $192| wllcra, whit* fiSK) ■rllen, apeetaJ Muck »l-"'2l sellcra. Karblrd 1 irninil black $170 (Ni avllcm mil (77 words)
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      IN THE MATTER OF THE (OMFAMKS ORDINANCE (CHAPTER 174) TAI HUA OIL COMPANY LIMITED (Incorpormtad In Singapore) (Members' Voluntary Winding Up) NOTICE TO CREDITORS I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I that toe creditors of the above- I named Company, which Is being i wound-up voluntarily, are requlrea > ion or (769 words)
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      TENDERS PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD, SINGAPORE TENDERS ELECTRICITY DEPARTMENT: 'Room No. 229, 2nd Floor. City Hall) (a) Supply of 20 Nos. Steel Slldlnj Door Cupboards. Tendtr Deposit »5U Close at 2.15 p.m. on 17.8 65. (b) Supply ot 1.500 pieces Ball Bearings. Tender Deposit $50 Close at 215 p.m. on 17 (627 words)
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      TENDERS KENYATAAN TAWARAN J.K.R. JOHOR Tawaran darlpada Pemborongi yang berdaftar di-J.K.R dl-dal»in Icelas C dan ka-atas alcan diterima dl-Pejabat Jurutera yt**r\ Jabatan Keria Raya. Johor, Joho: Bahru. htngtra jam pukoi 1 1 tamah hart pada 16 lib Og»v i 1965 unlok MEMBENA 2 (DUA) BUAH BANGUNAN 2 tDUA> TINOKAT JENIS (199 words)
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    • This is final—Kok Seng [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • KOK AH CHONG
      This is final— Kok Seng JOE DORAI By Singapore, Monday HIS RECORD IS 11 YEARS CAPTAIN, SEVEN CUP FINALS AND FOUR WINS pOR four Singapore soccer stalwarts goalkeeper Wilfred Skinner (31 skipper Lee Kok Seng (13), centre-forwad Rahim Omar (30), and outside-left Ibrahim Mansoor (34) the 1965 Malaya Cup final (500 words)
    • Bautista triple titlist in S'pore [Articles]
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      Bautista triple titlist in S'pore TENNIS SINGAPORE. Mon. Felix Bautista Jr. of Thailand became triple champion in the Singapore Lawn Tennis Association's open meet winning the men's singles, doubles and the* mixed doubles finals j played on the Bras Basah Road courts. In the men's singles. Bau- I tlsta beat (159 words)
    • Caroline nets 3 [Articles]
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      Caroline nets 3 I SINGAPORE. Mon— Three goals, by Caroline Valberg sparked Singapore's 5-0 victory over Malacca I In the women's Inter-state Pestl- val soccer tournament at Jalan Besar tonight. (30 words)
    • AIK HUANG WILL BID FOR TWO I SCHOOLS TITLES – [Articles]
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      AIK HUANG WILL BID FOR TWO I SCHOOLS TITLES BADMINTON SINGAPORE. Mon. Fiftylour Combined Schools champions from 11 states 28 boys and 26 girls— will I compete in the Nestles sponsored Malaysian j schools individual badminton championships at the SBA hall rrere from Wednesday to Friday. Featuring in the championships (181 words)
    • Jega v Tate sprints will be highlights [Articles]
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      Jega v Tate sprints will be highlights ERNEST FRIDA: ATHLETICS By Singapore. Monday MALAYSIA'S prospective athletes for the Seap Games in December will test their strength against visiting United States athletic team in a special match at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Farrer Park The hifchliKht ot tne maicn will be (300 words)
    • Referee was right not to allow goal, says Koe [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Referee was right not to allow goal, says Koe OH KEE TIANG: By Penang. Monday KOE EWE TEIK oresident of the Referees' Association of Maiaya and a member of the FIFA referees' committee, today upheld the decision of Malaya Cup Filial referee Victor Sta Maria in disallowing th* 10th minute (389 words)
    • Chew, Mydin out of team [Articles]
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      Chew, Mydin out of team KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Tlie t!..iu>.sian training squad of 22 tor :lie Merdeka soccer tournament [Aug. 14-28* ha.', been whittled iown to 20 dua to the withdrawal ii two players. Freddie Chew, who played at eft fullback for Singapore in the Via lay a Cup final (128 words)
    • WE MET OUR MATCH, SAYS HAMZAH [Articles]
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      WE MET OUR MATCH, SAYS HAMZAH I£UALA LUMPUR. Mon— I Hamzah bin Dato Abu Samah. a vice-president of the r.A. of Selangor. said today that there was no reason for Selangor to feel disappointed at not being able to regain the Malaya Cup last Saturday. Inche Hamzah told Time- sport (142 words)
    • Fourth victory for Hong Kong [Articles]
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      Fourth victory for Hong Kong aiNOAPORE, Mon. The Hong 3 Kong women's team scored heir fourth win in live outings vhen they beat Malaysian 2nd XI 2-0 on the final day of th« •Vstiv.il hockey tournament on )adang today. leading 1-0 at half-time. Hung Kong scored through Thereat rhumas and (65 words)
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      NOTICE NOTICE IS H>KEBY GIVEN that 1 Mrs Doris Chang, ul No My Merryn Road, Singapore, have applied tor a mn&ter of a Public I house. Ist class licence In respect 'of premises No: Cathay Building. Dhoby Ghaut., to Philip CM. Seovk. and that this application will be heard in (600 words)
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      I PUBLIC APPOINTMENTS < LEMBAGA PERUMAHAN HOUSING TRUST v PEKSEKI'TI-AN TANAH MELAYU. APPLICATIONS are lnYlted from suitably qualified Malaysian citizens for the following vacant posts:— (a I AMfstaot Structural Engineer Salary Scale: SI. 295x3051.535/-. Qualifications: Applicant* must be Associate Membership of the Institute of Structural Engineers and must hare at (836 words)
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      II PMBY I, ATHLETICS International: Malaysia v American te.im 'Fur- rer Parki 4 p.m SOCCER Festival inter-statr women's tourae> < Jalan Besar., 6 D.m. i Feaf championship «eml- j finals iChangit. Spore Div 2A: Bintang Bulan v RAF. Tengah (Farrer Pk.». Nejrl Div. t: 4 RTR iv Signals C 'NS (181 words)
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      SUMMARY CBirKET D'Arey Irvine Cap soni-flnai (Penang): Penang Free School bt BM High School by Inns and 46. BMHS 8 (Mutiny 6-4 Zai- 1 nuddln Meah 3-3) and 51 (Murthy 5-13» PPS 105-3 dec (Koe Chong Jin 53 Zalnuddln 21). KuanUn League: Ceylonese bt RAF by 6 wkts. RAF 55 (126 words)
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    • RUSSIA ECLIPSE U.S. TEAM AT KIEV MEET [Articles + Illustrations]
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      RUSSIA ECLIPSE U.S. TEAM AT KIEV MEET ATHLETICS: Moscow, Monday *pHE Soviet Union men's track and field team yesterday beat the United States in their annual two-day match at Kiev for the first time. Since the series started in 1958 the Americans have won the men's match every time. But (714 words)
    • TAMARA'S SUPERB 60FT 6 3/4 THROW [Articles]
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      TAMARA'S SUPERB 60FT 6 3/4 THROW 2 18m (7ft U>; 2 V. Bolshov (R> 2.18 m 3 E. Carruthers (US) 2.10 m 4.6 ft 104); 4 O Burrel (USi 2.10 m. Triple jump: 1 A. Zolotarev (R) 16.50 m (54ft 1*); 2 A. Walker (US> 16.34 m (53ft 7i); 3 (306 words)
    • Pentathlon best by German [Articles]
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      Pentathlon best by German KREFELD. (West Germany), Mon. Kurt Bending, of West Germany, set a new pentathlon world record here yesterday with 4.016 points. This beat by ten points the previous best by Vasili Kusnetsov of the Soviet Union. Bendlin's perfprmanees were: 200 metres. 21.8 sec; 1.500 metres 4min 43.75 (68 words)
    • Germans crack three world swim records [Articles]
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      Germans crack three world swim records I ON DON. Mon. A West. Ger- man team of relay swimmers flew more than 1,000 miles this weekend to make attempts on three world records— and succeeded. On Saturday, in a solo attempt, they broke the world 4\looyd freestyle relay record with 3min (131 words)
    • Thunderbird to Nicklaus [Articles]
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      Thunderbird to Nicklaus VTEW YORK, Mon. Jack Nicklaus yesterday won only his second golf tournament since the Masters in April when he clinched the $100,000 Thunderbird classic event at Harrison. Nicklaus finished with a four-under-par 68 over the Westchester Country Club course for a final aggregate of 270 for the (82 words)
    • CRICKET Parfitt, Cartwright in Test 12 [Articles]
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      CRICKET Parfitt, Cartwright in Test 12 ENGLAND'S cricket selectors met for 3i hours yesterday before announcing two changes In the 12 players from whom their team will be picked for the Second Test against South Africa starting at Nottingham on Thursday. Compared with the 12 nominated for the First Test (324 words)
    • MOTOR-RACING CLARK CLINCHES WORLD TITLE [Articles]
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      MOTOR-RACING CLARK CLINCHES WORLD TITLE XTUERBURGRINO, Mon. ll Scotland's Jim Clark clinched the world motor- racing championship when he streaked home to an easy win In the German Grand Prix here yesterday. Second was Britain's Grahim Hill in a BRM after an exciting duel with Americas Don Gurney (third) In (216 words)
    • RUGBY Biting is part of U.S. tourists' -game— [Articles]
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      RUGBY Biting is part of U.S. tourists' -game— From JACK FINGLETON CANBERRA. Mon.— Rugby spectators here yesterday gasped as Americans from the University of California nonchalantly threw one-handed passes of 40 to 50 yards. The like of it has never before been seen on a rugby field here. The Americans, (252 words)
    • Mexico trim US lead [Articles]
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      Mexico trim US lead fIALLAS, Mon. Rafael Osunn and Antonio Palafox brought Mexico bade from the brink of elimination in the American zorm Davis Cup final yesterday with an 8-6, 6-4, 7-5 doubles victory over Dennis Ralston and Ham Richardson of the United States. The Mexican win trimmed the US (251 words)
    • Malaysians held at Launceston [Articles]
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      Malaysians held at Launceston XJOBART. Mon. The Malay- sian women's hockey touring team were held to a 3-3 draw by the Northern Tasmania XI inter match at Launceston on Saturday. Scorers for Malaysia were R. Mannassc. C Belletty and I. Mv- rugesu. The Malaysians' next match will be at Hobart (56 words)
    • RACING with Epsom Jeep Nashorset for third Gold Vase bid [Articles]
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      RACING with Epsom Jeep Nashorset for third Gold Vase bid IPOH, Mon. Nashor 1 is right back in form and is sure to make a bold bid for his third Sultan's Gold Vase This Orgoglio eight-year-old is high up in the handicap In the Class 1 Dlv. 2 6f race (175 words)
    • Weir wins the Kart Prix [Articles]
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      Weir wins the Kart Prix SINGAPORE, Mon. Jimmy Weir won the Festival of Sport Go-Kart Prix at Shenton Way yesterday. He won the 50-lap race in lhr. lmln Ssec. Runner-up was Colin Chan and third was Joe Saverias. The fastest lap time was Imin 2.lsec ')V Tan Hang Song. (49 words)
    • MHF TOURNEY [Articles]
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      MHF TOURNEY MALACCA, Mon. The Malaysian Hockey Federation's south zone triangular hockey tournament will be held here from Aug. 13 to 15. (22 words)
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  • Fascinated British authoress to write book on Malaysia [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Fascinated British authoress to write book on Malaysia GABRIEL LEE By SINGAPORE, Mon. Countess Roxane Cecy. a British educator and authoress, said today Malaysia's "fascination" was prompting her to write a book about this country. The much-travelled countess visited Malaysia for the first time last year, and became "enraptured" by (321 words)
  • Razak calls for customs vigilance [Articles]
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    Razak calls for customs vigilance KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. The acting Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak has called on Customs officers to be alert against "undesirable elements" trying to infiltrate into Malaysia. He told the men they had a "great responsibility." The country needed revenue to pay for defence and for (68 words)
  • Nasution: Shoot all intruders [Articles]
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    Nasution: Shoot all intruders JAKARTA. Mon. Indonesia's Defence Minister and Chief of the Armed Forces, General A.H. Nasution. has issued on-the-spot orders to fire at "enemy" aircraft and ships violating Indonesian air space and waters, according to the armed forces newspaper today. Making an Inspection tour of the Rhio Islands, (71 words)
  • Saovani—will she be unlucky in love too? [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Saovani— will she be unlucky in love too? gANGKOK, Mon. vS aov a n i Yorapanya, run-ner-up to Miss Thailand (Apsara llongsakula) is apparently as unlucky in love as she was in last month's Miss Thailand contest. Apsara won that event and went on to win the Miss Universe contest. (367 words)
  • Surplus stocks: 'Mere guesses' says railway [Articles]
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    Surplus stocks: 'Mere guesses' says railway KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. THE MALAYAN Railway administration today described as "no more thhan guesses," the report that it was holding $2.25 million worth of dormant spares and $3.5 million worth of surplus stocks. It was commenting on a report by the Auditor-General, Mr. D.G. (299 words)
  • CONVAIR JET SERVICE FOR NEW SUBANG AIRPORT [Articles]
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    CONVAIR JET SERVICE FOR NEW SUBANG AIRPORT SINGAPORE. Mon. Cathay Pacific Airways Is to introduce Its Convair 880 Jet service to the new multi-million dollar Subang airport In Kuala Lumpur when It is opened at the end of this month. This was announced today by Mr. H.H. Lee. CPAs Singapore (112 words)
  • Death of Mr. X [Articles]
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    Death of Mr. X LONDON, Mon- a former British film censor, once known as "Mr. X" to cinemi exhibitors, Mr. Arthur Watkins, 58. was killed In a car crash at the weekend. Mr. Watkins, secretary to the British Board of Film Censors from 1948 to 1957 introduced the "X" certificate (63 words)
  • Bonn says no to Hitler's book [Articles]
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    • UPI
    Bonn says no to Hitler's book LONDON, Mon.— Because the West German Government has protested against the planned publication of a new English edition of Hitler's Mein Kampf—saying it would revive anti-German feeling— a British publishing firm, the Hutchlnson group, had decideed not to publish the book, the Sunday Telegraph (83 words)
  • Escape charge [Articles]
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    Escape charge LONDON. Mon.— Five men accused of helping great train robber Ronald Biggs to escape from Wand.sworth jail four weeks ago were today remanded until Aug. 10, four In custody and one on ball. Reuter. (36 words)
  • ELECTRIC SHOCK USED TO SAVE HEART PATIENTS [Articles]
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    ELECTRIC SHOCK USED TO SAVE HEART PATIENTS LONDON, Monday. A SPECIALIST said today electric shock treatment to the heart is saving the lives of many hospital patients who would otherSuccesses this revolutionary new treatment had achieved In a number of test cases were outlined by a leading London heart specialist. (190 words)
  • Youth had knife, burglar's tools [Articles]
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    Youth had knife, burglar's tools SINGAPORE. Mon— Chan Pal Zaa. 19, was today jailed for six months in the Ninth Magistrates Court for unlawfully having a knife at the Broadway Hall in the NewWorld Amusement Park early this morning. He was Jailed a further three months for unlawful possession of (58 words)
  • LONDON STOCKS. RUBBER and TIN [Articles]
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    LONDON STOCKS. RUBBER and TIN LONDON. Mon— Closing middle prices of selected stocks not Including stamp duty were: 1 1 i to til ii Consol 214% £37-%, >4 Funding 4'c £HT-. War 3',i r i 191 T V« BANKS Chartered 46 9 /6 Hongkong £8 INSURANCE Com. Un 46/3 Prudentials (265 words)
  • RUBBER [Articles]
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    RUBBER LONDON. Mon. Spot 21 %d Sept. 215 16d., Oct. 21I<d..1<d.. Nov 21 Wd.. Oct Dec 2P4d.. Jan/ March 20T«d., April June 20\d July Sept. 20 11,16 d. Oct Dec 20\d Jan. March 20 9 16d April/ June unquoted., c If. Aug 20 5 lfid Sept. 205, d.. Oct. 20 (58 words)
  • TIN [Articles]
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    TIN LONDON, Mon—Buyers £1472' 2 sellers £!47fc Forward timers £1472' i sellers £1475. Settlement £1482' i. Turnover a.m. 360 tons, p.m. 75 tons. Tone: Quiet. (25 words)
  • Take away the State Govt? That won't cripple PAP: Raja [Articles]
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    Take away the State Govt? That won't cripple PAP: Raja SINGAPORE'S Minister for Culture, Mr. S. Rajaratnam, said today that Mr. Tan Siew Sin, was "deluding himself" if he thought that the PAP would be rendered totally ineffective if the State Government was taken away from it. The PAP's prestige (473 words)
  • Senator: Australian prestige hurt by Vietnam troops [Articles]
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    Senator: Australian prestige hurt by Vietnam troops From JACK FINGLETON /CANBERRA. Mon. \j The committal of Australian troop* la Virtnam has done tremendous damage to the prestige of Australia and its people, the Australian Labour Party's president. Senator .1 Keefc. said at Ihe. opening of its annual conference in Sydney (274 words)
  • Keys get jail term for man [Articles]
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    Keys get jail term for man SINGAPORE. Mon. Sen* Song Hoe was Jailed lor three months In the Ninth Magistrate's court today for having four "master keys," being housebreaking implements, at Middle Road junction of Victoria Street early at 4 15 a.m. this morning. He was arrested by detectives on (51 words)
  • DEATH [Obituaries]
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    DEATH MADAM KHOO KIM CHOO 'Ctltroo< > pb.- "fully on L— leaving tx-hind MM sons Low Hoik Eng, Hong Hoe. Honx BenK, Hon* Ktat, Horn; YVtmtt. Hong Kirn, Home SlanK. lour daiiKhN-r tfen ln-law. six dauichtrrs-ln-lau'. 34 grandchildren. 12 Ki-fiii grandchildren to mourn her loan. Cortege leaving IS Carpmarl Rood (86 words)
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      Highest and lowest temperatures In Malaysia for the period S pjn. Sunday to 8 pm. yesterday: Highest Lowest I Kuala Lumput 90 72 I Kota Bhuru 90 73 Penang 88 75 1 Ipoh 9.S "5 Malacca 88 72 Singapore 91 73 Jesselton 90 73 C Highland 73 57 Kuchlng 91 (51 words)
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