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The Straits Times, 14 January 1971

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 200,000 The Straits Times Ik National Newspaper Estd. 1845 URSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1971 20 CENTS K.D.N. 5005: M.C. (P) No. 2507

Peacemaker role for Premier Lee [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Peacemaker role for Premier Lee FELIX ABESHIGANADEN and CHEONG YIP SENG Speculation on showdown By Singapore, Wednesday WHILE speculation is rife over a possible showdown by the African nations at the Commonwealth Heads of Government conference opening tomorrow, Singapore, the host country, is gearing itself for a conciliatory role. This

'Killer dose' explosives wreck home of Minister [ARTICLE]

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'Killer dose' explosives wreck home of Minister LONDON. Ved London Detectives guarded homes of Government ministers today and Scotland Yard appealed for witnesses who may have seen those who placed two bombs which damaged the home of Employment Minister .Mr. Robert Carr. The two bombs wrapped in black plastic bags

Tun Razak postpones his departure [ARTICLE]

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Tun Razak postpones his departure KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. Tun Abdul Razak will leave for Singapore tomorrow inorning to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference. The Premier was originally leaving today, but his departure waa delayed due to prewure of work. He will be accompanied by Minister with Special Functions

Arms sale: Africans win the first round [ARTICLE]

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Arms sale: Africans win the first round CINGAPORE, Wed. The "hot" South Africa arms sale issue will not be discussed till midway through the Commonwealth Conference, conference sources said today. They said this was decided at a meeting this afternoon of senior officials of the Commonwealth railed to draft an

Bomber raids [ARTICLE]

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Bomber raids SAIGON. Wed. American B-52 bombers have resumed raids on North Vietnamese supply lines running through governmrTit territory near the Demilitarised Zone. Reuter.

Too early to comment, says Kaunda [ARTICLE]

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Too early to comment, says Kaunda 3y P. M. RAMAN: Singapore, Wed rpOO early, too early," said President Kenneth D. Kaunda of Zambia when he arrived at Hilton here this evening for :he Commonwealth summit starting here tomorrow morning. In about one minute the eporters were within hearng distance of

Oil talks flop [ARTICLE]

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Oil talks flop TEHERAN. Wed. Oil talks between ten world major oil producers and Western oil companies have broken down and a communique today said there was a possible threat that world oil supplies could be cut by 85 per cent In three weekd. The collapse of the crucial talks

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For Clear Ctimfqg^Xhf Consult: C. S. CHONG O. D. EYERBRIGHT OPTICAL CO. 19, CHULIA STREET, SINGAPORE 1. Busy day for the President: Pages 8 and 9 Eve-of-the-talks arrivals: Pages 10 and 11 Bagful of petitions against arms sale: Page 17 DEADLY TOJNSECTS I 1^ *J I I m ~XC\ 1

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Two S'pore Guards men get free Mecca trip [ARTICLE]

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Two S'pore Guards men get free Mecca trip SINGAPORE, Wed. Two members of the Singapore Guard Regiment in the British Army are making a pilgrimage to Mecca— with all expenses paid. But Pte. Hashim and Pte. Mohammed Rashid bin Sharif had to pass rigid tests in religious affairs and personal

Quiet birthday [ARTICLE]

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Quiet birthday AI.OR STAR. Wed The Tang (li-Perlunn Acoiir. who Is .•Imi i he Sultan of Kedah. has nskrd the Slate Government to rplpbralp his 43rd birthday on Jan. 20 oh a "very modest" scale because of the flood disaster

Dr. Toh to open 3-day physics symposium [ARTICLE]

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Dr. Toh to open 3-day physics symposium SINGAPORE. Wed. The Minister for Science and Technology. Dr. Ton Chin Chye, will open a three-day symposium on physics, organired by the Nanyang University Physics Department, on Jbn. 20 at 8 p.m. The object of the symposium to be held in the unlveralty

Top student gets award [ARTICLE]

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Top student gets award BINGA°ORE. Wed. Polvtechnlr student Tien Kirn Swec. who topped the ;econd-veai technician marine engineering course (phase one) for 1970 lias been awarded the Institute of Marine Engineers pr!*e.

Varsity cancels action against 4 girls [ARTICLE]

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Varsity cancels action against 4 girls SINGAPORE, Wednesday J'llK University of Singapore has cancelled disciplinary action against four girl students from Eusoff (.'olkge. who were asked on Monday to leave (he hostel for alleged breach of hostel regulations. Three of the girls ar± from Malaysia This was disclosed today by

JOBLESS MAN WHO PUNCHED PC [ARTICLE]

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JOBLESS MAN WHO PUNCHED PC CINGAPORE. Wed. A man who was lound to be mentally sound by Woodbridge doctors was given a .six-month conditional discharge today for punching a policeman in the eye. Unemployed Heng Ah Ngow. 2a. admitted causing hurt to PC. Ang Khim Huat at Kallang Park on

Mrs B to rename $7 million cargo ship Lanka Rani [ARTICLE]

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Mrs B to rename $7 million cargo ship Lanka Rani I SINGAPORE. Wed CEYI.ONESE Prime Minister. Mrs Sirimavn Bancl:ir;inaike. is to rename a ship newly-boußht for her Government while she is lurr for the Commonwealth conference. The 15.000-ton cargo vessel with inp speed of 18 knots arrived here two days

Mr. Heath cools off in Tun Ismail's pool [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Mr. Heath cools off in Tun Ismail's pool gIUTISH Prime Minister Mr. Edward Heath taking a dip in the pool at the residence of Malaysian Deputy Premier Tun (Dr.) Ismail in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Mr. Heath earlier had talks with Tun Abdul Maz;ik and Tun Ismail on matters of common

MARCH BY WOMEN FOILED [ARTICLE]

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MARCH BY WOMEN FOILED CINGAPORE, Wed. InJ ternal Security Department officers arrested a woman at 11 a.m. today four hours before she rould lead a deleeation to hand a petition on detainees to Commonwealth Heads of Government stavin? at Hotel Malaysia. Mi«s Lim Bee Lam. 25. a Barisan Sosialis member

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Folk dancinj course [ARTICLE]

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Folk dancinj course SINOAPORE. Wed The YMCA ts oreantsing > cour«e on folk drncin? at Us auditorium In Orchard Road beginning this week The course will be held every Saturday from 2.30 pm io 4.30 p.m.

No walkout, says a PM [ARTICLE]

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No walkout, says a PM LESLIE FONG: By Singapore. Wed WALK OUT from the Commonwealth Conference over Britain's proposed arms sale to South Africa will not solve any problems. The Prime Minister of Lesotho. Chief Leabua Jonathan, 57, said this tonight in an interview. He was commenting on reports in

The ex-secretary who is now First Lady [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The ex-secretary who is now First Lady SI N <i APO R K. Wed. Twenty three years ago, she made front pace news all over the world. Now she is in Sine. more. and few people perhaps can recognise her v the former English executive secretary. Ruth Williams, whose marriage-

29 pass Royal School of Music exam [ARTICLE]

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29 pass Royal School of Music exam SINGAPORE. Wed. Twenty-nine persons passed the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music. LRSM written examinations held last November, the Ministry of Education announced today. The successful candidate In Branch *A Paper 11. is Gordon Chapman. Those successful in Branch 'B Section

Need for overseas training for growth of electronics industry [ARTICLE]

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Need for overseas training for growth of electronics industry SINGAPORE. Wed Specialist training overseas for Singaporeans was essential to the future growth of the electronics Industry in Singapore. Mr. B. T. Nolte, general technical manager of Philips Singapore, said today. This would be expensive in the initial stages, but was

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Sir Alec brings gift pup for Wei Ling [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Sir Alec brings gift pup for Wei Ling SINGAPORE. Wednesday T<HERE had to be something to break the monotony at Hotel Malaysia today. What, with the drumtight, security measures, the visiting Commonwealth YIPs breezed in and out of the hotel, causing hardly a stir. That is. until a frisky black

High caste man's home was torture chamber: Wife [ARTICLE]

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High caste man's home was torture chamber: Wife SINGAPORE. Wed. Mary M Miranda, tt. today told a rourt that her matrimonial home became a "torture chamber" when her parents refused to eivr in eratitiid. 540.000. a brick house and ear to her parents-in-law for allowing her to marry their "hieh-castc"

Man died of poisoning [ARTICLE]

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Man died of poisoning SINGAPORE. Wed— T?n Kirn Yong:. 68. drank Jensen violet on Dec. 21 thinking it was medicine for his asthma, a coroner heard yesterday. T«n. who had been mentallytll for more fh»n 30 vwrv died from potasium permanganatt polaonlnr the next day. Verdict. Misadventure

Trudeau may go skindiving in his spare time [ARTICLE]

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Trudeau may go skindiving in his spare time By TAN WANG JOO CINGAPORE. Wed. For the Canadian Prime Minister, Mr. Pierre Trudeau. 51. what to do during the hours he can spare from discussions and official functions will be no problem. A keen skin-diver, he is expected to go skin-diving

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Singapore to host Jaycee conference [ARTICLE]

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Singapore to host Jaycee conference SINGAPORE. Wed. The Junior Chamber of Singapore will host the four-day Jaycee International Conference beginning on April 2. About 800 jaycee.s from 22 countries are expected to attend. The iheme of the conference is "Accent on Youth for a better tomorrow." A symposium on "Environmental

Almost normal, so more flood victims go home [ARTICLE]

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Almost normal, so more flood victims go home KUALA LUMPUR, Wad jttOKK evacuees have returned home with the flood situation in most states return- ing to normal. Almost all the evacuees in Perak, Kelantan, Malacca and Negri Sembilan have returned home while the situation in Selangor, Johore and Trengganu is

EPF declares 5 3/4 per cent interest [ARTICLE]

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EPF declares 5 3/4 per cent interest KUALA LUMPUR. Wed. The Employees Provident Fund has again declared I 5 :i 4 per cent Interest. The EPF manager. Mr. Lee Stow Mong. said the fund would pay out about $105 million In Interest for last year. Contributions amounted to about $178.5

Police seek witness to fatal crash [ARTICLE]

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Police seek witness to fatal crash SINGAPORE. Wed. Traffic police are anxious to contact a sub-contractor. Mr. Chong Kee H6, who they believe, was an eye- I witness to a fatal accident at Buklt Timah Road on j Jan. 8. Contract driver Shangara Singh was on his way to I

KILLED BY A BUS [ARTICLE]

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KILLED BY A BUS SINGAPORE. Wed. Police want to contact relatives of Chan Tee Seng. 59. of Ttong Bahru. who died in Outram Hospital last night *)0 minutes after he was knocked down by a bus at the Junction of Outram Road and Outram Hill. They are asked to contact

Three years for theft of cars [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Three years for theft of cars JOHORE BAHRU, Wednesday A FORMER Malaysian customs officer lound in a Singapore used-car dealer's shop last week, admitted here today that he stole three out of the 12 cars parked there. i He is ex-revenue officer Atan bin Abdullah, 37. father of three, sacked

CORONER TOLD HOW BOY DIED IN FRIDGE CRASH [ARTICLE]

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CORONER TOLD HOW BOY DIED IN FRIDGE CRASH SINGAPORE. \V c cl. Thirteen-;* rar-old Mo-h.imi-ii Shaheed bin Abdul Majid moved backwards when a refrigerator hiwas trying to open fell, a coroner heard today. The refrigerator missed him by inches but M hi slipped and fell, hit his head against thr

Electronics display [ARTICLE]

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Electronics display SINGAPORE. Wed. The Singapore section of the Incorporated Practitioners in Radio and Electronics, i, holding a talk-cum-dem»nstia.'on at the Hotel Nrgara Conference Room at 11 a.m. tomorrow The theme of the talk will be the rnpld advances in electronic sound s> stems

Call-up in 10 batches [ARTICLE]

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Call-up in 10 batches SINGAPORE Wed —Another 10 bfltrhe* ol national servicemen will br called up for fulltime military service on Jan. 21. They will assemble at community centres at 9 a.m. where Members of Parliament will address them at .stud-oft ceremonle*

Vacation judge [ARTICLE]

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Vacation judge SINGAPORE. W«-d. Mr. Justice FA. Chua. who returned recently from leave Is now the vacation judge of the Supreme Court until It reopens for the new legal year on Saturday.

Australian woman wants to help S'pore child artists [ARTICLE]

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Australian woman wants to help S'pore child artists Tradition SINGAPORE. Wed. West Australian businesswoman, Mrs. Janice M. Robinson, is working out a plan to financially help Singapore child artists who want to develop their talents. Under her scheme, she is prepared to exhibit works by local children in her children's

Seaman fined $400 for hitting policeman [ARTICLE]

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Seaman fined $400 for hitting policeman CINGAPORE, Wed. A policeman who tried to stop a street fight was hit with an iron chair, a court heard today. Seaman Nah Chai Ann, 25. who admitted causing hurt to Sergeant Hashim Yu.sof when he tried to stop a fight among 10 people

Held for theft [ARTICLE]

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Held for theft SINGAPORE. Wed. Publle Utilities Board labourer Basnl bin Saleh. 35. was remanded for a week today on a charge nf attempting to steal electric copper cables this morning at Jalan Kayu, off Ylo Chu Kang Road

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SKILLS BEFORE IDEALS [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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SKILLS BEFORE IDEALS U.N. Volunteer Corps with a new emphasis, but it 9 s still a dream By A CORRESPONDENT NEW YORK THE UNITED NATIONS has formed its own Volunteer Corps in the hope that eventually thousands of young men and women will be working in developing countries, giving two

The strange stories British intelligence told Churchill [ARTICLE]

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The strange stories British intelligence told Churchill From the official secrets of 1940 j By COLIN CROSS. London CECRET British Government documents for 1940, Just opened to the public under the "30-year rule," run to over a mile of shelving at the Public Record Office in London and are geinp

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Busy day for the President [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Busy day for the President GN THE EVE OF THE BIG TALKS SINGAPORE, Wed. President Sheares today met the- biggest number of Commonwealth dignitaries since his appointment 1 1 days ago. Nine heads of delegations attending the Commonwealth Heads of Government conference starting tomorrow paid courtesy calls on the President

Latest communications gadgets for talks [ARTICLE]

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Latest communications gadgets for talks SINGAPORE, Wed. The latest communications equipment has been Installed at the Singapore Conference Hall for the nine-day Commonwealth Heads of Government conference beginning tomorrow. It includes the most sophisticated translating system which provides a choice of six languages simultaneously, apart from the floor language. There

Special air cargo service for the delegates [ARTICLE]

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Special air cargo service for the delegates SINGAPORE. Wed— The MSA set up a special air cargo despatch section today to cater for delegates to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference, and foreign correspondents coverIng the event. It is on the first floor of the MSA building in Robinson Road.

Barker to open show [ARTICLE]

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Barker to open show SINGAPORE. Wed. The Minister for Law and National Development, Mr. E. W Barker, will open the Horticulture and Aquarium Fish Show at his ministry's building in Maxwell Road on Friday at 6pm This will be followed by a reception to which delegates to the Commonwealth Heads

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Dunstan: Lifting 'white' policy won't open floodgates... [ARTICLE]

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Dunstan: Lifting 'white' policy won't open floodgates... ADELAIDE, Wednesday COUTH Australian State Premier Mr. Don Dunstan denied today that ending the "White Australia" policy could "open the floodgates" to Asian migrants. t Mr. Dunstan. the young leader of Australia's only Labour Party Government, was defending his call yesterday for the

College organises tour [ARTICLE]

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College organises tour SINGAPORE. Wed— The t Ngee Ann Technical College Is organising a team of 29 commerce students to visit Thailand. Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong next month. The registrar of the college. Mr. Chew Yong Soo. said today: I "It is essentially an educational I tour" The total

Social events after sundown for the VIPs [ARTICLE]

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Social events after sundown for the VIPs SINGAPORE, Wed. Heads of Governments and their delegates to the Commonwealth conference will go into social swing mainly 1 after sundown. 1 Social functions except for 1 events planned for wives of members of the delegations will be mostly held after 5 p.m.

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Straits Times Crossword ACROBB 8 Pastries for fair girls/ (6. 2 1. Al nlms are apt to unsettle the head of the household A cleaner has changed hue.--,13, defer start (7-6). IS. Those patronslng the estab--10. Article with ning about hold lUhment holding the right concern »9>. permit up <9i

Heath and 15 more C'wealth leaders fly in [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Heath and 1 5 more C'wealth leaders fly in SOH HANG KENG and ARTHUR RICHARDS EVE-OF-THE- BIG-TALKS ARRIVALS By CINGAPORE, Wed. Another 16 Commonwealth leaders, induing Prime Minister Edward Heath of Britain the centre of the arms controversy which may wreck the Commonwealth flew into Singapore today. Arrivals today eve

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Gloomy weather greets the Commonwealth talks delegates [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Gloomy weather greets the Commonwealth talks delegates EVE-OF-TALKS ARRIVALS (CONT'D) if From Pago 10 Dr. K.A. Busla. Prime Minister of Ghana; Mr. Forbes Burnham, Prime Minister of Guyana: Mr. Hugh Shearer, Prime Minister of Jamaica Prince Makhosini Dlamini, Prime Minister of Swaziland; Dr. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam of Mauritius; Mr. Errol

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CASTING THE DIE [ARTICLE]

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CASTING THE DIE In hit Smuts Memorial Lecture two years ago Singapore's Prime Minister remarked that the spring of 1969 was not a particularly auspicious time to eulogise the Commonwealth. He had in mind the British application for membership of the European Economic Community and the conscious effort in Britain

LESSON OF AMMAN [ARTICLE]

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LESSON OF AMMAN The ceasefire call by the Jordanian government and the Palestine Liberation Organisation promises to end the struggle between King Hussein's army and the Palestine commandos. The ceasefire declaration ck ally shows that the shooting did not achieve the results hoped for. It is also conceivable that some

SHOW IN PERIL [ARTICLE]

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SHOW IN PERIL It is not hard to see why the Malaysian Agn-Horu-cultural Association finds itself in a financial quandary. If its annual exhibitions are to be self-supporting they must be held without fail for the gate money they bring as well as the revenue from rented space. There was

The threat in the Indian Ocean [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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The threat in the Indian Ocean ALLINGTON KENNARD Britain's proposed arms sale to South Africa should be seen in the light of Russia's growing naval power By EIGHTY per cent of the people of the Commonwealth are Asians. Eighty per cent of the attention of Commonwealth Heads of Gover nme

Berlin deadlock: Ulbricht plays it cool [ARTICLE]

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Berlin deadlock: Ulbricht plays it cool Adam Kellett Long: By Bonn, Wed pHANCELLOR Willy Brandt's "ostpolitik" has come to a temporary standstill while the Big Four powers try to trash out a Berlin settlement. But government circles here are optimistic mat by the end of 1971 the process of normalisation

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THE ARMY DOCTORS [LETTER]

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THE ARMY DOCTORS A LETTER by FCD undpr the heading "A way of easing doctor shortage" (ST. Dec. 24) ou the Malaysian Armed Forces medical services does not appear to be ba*v?d on facts In the first place, the Malaysian Armed Forces dn not have 120 medical officers as stated

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Mao not likely to start war in Asia — Trudeau [ARTICLE]

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Mao not likely to start war in Asia Trudeau NEW DELHI. Wed. £ANDIAN Prime Minister, Mr. Pierre Trudeau expressed doubt yesterday that China wanted to provoke military aggression in Asia. "I can't easily see why a country like China, with a teeming population that it has and with very great

Hussein-guerilla talks to find peace formula [ARTICLE]

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Hussein-guerilla talks to find peace formula AMMAN, Wednesday. THE Jordan Government and Palestine guerillas conferred late into the night here on a co-existence formula after five days of clashes between the two sides. The renewed fighting plunged the country back into crisis and although not on the scale of last

MEADLO: WHY I KILLED BABIES AT MY LAI... [ARTICLE]

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MEADLO: WHY I KILLED BABIES AT MY LAI. ¥X>RT BENNING T (Georgia), Wed. Former private Paul Meadlo testified yesterday that he shot babies in the arms of their mothers in South Vietnam, because he considered them all his enemy. Pte Meadlo. giving evidence for the second day at the court

THE GIRL IN A ROYAL STORM [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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THE GIRL IN A ROYAL STORM THIS is Lady Jacqueline Kufus Isaacs, whose name has figured in rumours of a romance with Princess Margaret's husband Lord Snowden. A report in the New York Daily News said the friendship between Lady Jacqueline and Lord Snowden, who met at a party, "apparently

THOSE PRIVATE REPORTS OF VIPs AND DIPLOMACY [ARTICLE]

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THOSE PRIVATE REPORTS OF VIPs AND DIPLOMACY LONDON, Wed.—international diplomacy could break down if the private reports of diplomats were exposed to publicity. Prosecutor John Mathew said It was most Important that British diplomats should be able to prepare uninhibited reports and assessments In other states. The three defendants who

Talks on future of Asians in Uganda [ARTICLE]

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Talks on future of Asians in Uganda KAMPALA. Wed A British Home and Foreign Office delegation hid talks here today with Uganda officials about citizenship for a number of Asians living in Uganda. The three-man delegation was led by Mr W. M. Lac, assistant secretary at the Home Office. The

HK blaze may be arson [ARTICLE]

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HK blaze may be arson UONG KONG. Wed. Ten people who were burned to death in a finyesterday may have been victims of arsonists, police said today. The pre-dawn fire was one of the worst in recent years. It suited a four-storry house and thr 10 people eight men and

Indira wins right to use the old party symbol [ARTICLE]

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Indira wins right to use the old party symbol CALCUTTA, Wad pRIME Minister Indira Gandhi's ruling Congress Party and the Bangla Congrest Party in West Bengal will fight as allies in the general and State elections next march, it was announced. Their main rivals »n Bengal for both elections will

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WORLD NEWS 2

41 MILLIONFISH KILLED BY WATER POLLUTION [ARTICLE]

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41 MILLIONFISH KILLED BY WATER POLLUTION WASHINGTON, Wed. Contaminated watrr killrd about 41 million fish in the I nited States in I'")!!. lirineinj to nr.irl\ II" million the knoun total killed .since MM, the IS. Knviron mrntal Protection Agent > s.tid ><-slrrda>. Mr William Kutkelsh.iu>. head of the agent. V.

Poison gas move out begins [ARTICLE]

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Poison gas move out begins TENGAN. Wed. The 1 United States today took some of the sting out of its controversial stock of poison gas weapons on the Pacific island of Okinawa by safely removing a token initial shipment of mustard gas. Defying left-wing threats to stop them by force,

Naxalites kill professor [ARTICLE]

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Naxalites kill professor CALCUTTA. Wed. Three young men clasping daggers burst into a classroom yesterday and stabbed professor to death In front of his 40 students. The killers, believed to be Naxalites, fled before anybody could make a move to stop them, police said. The victim was Prof S. Chaknrabarty

China's municipal committee set up in Shanghai [ARTICLE]

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China's municipal committee set up in Shanghai UONG KONG, Wed. n A new municipal committee of ihe Communist Party was set up in Shanghai, Ciiiiias biggest city, at its fourth Municipal Party Congress held on Jan. 4-10, Hsinhua said today. It said tiie committee comprises 59 members and 17 alternate

Manila protest inarch closes offices, schools [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Manila protest inarch closes offices, schools MANILA. Wednesday THOUSANDS of striking jeepney driven, joined by militant youth groups, marched around here today in a mammoth demonstration which forced the closure of schools and nearly all government offices. The march was held as riot police and troopt stood by. It came

BRIEFLY

Kuwait halts aid to Jordan [ARTICLE]

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Kuwait halts aid to Jordan I/UWAIT. Wed.—Tht Government yesterday suspended its heavy financial aid to Jordan in a new bid to end clashes between the Jordanian authorities and the Palestinian commandos. The decision, announced on the State radio after a 90-minute extraordinary meeting of the Cabinet, cuts off aid which

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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RIO OK JANEIRO: SIX Brazilians who had taken refuge in the Chilean Embassy here and were granted safe conduct passes by the Brazilian Government flew last night to Santiago. Chile. Reuter.

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LA PAZ: The Government of President Juau Torres, which crushed a right-wing military revolt on Monday said ye«terday It had nationalised an American mining company as a gesture to the Bolivian people. Ten thousand workers, most of them from the tin mines that surround this capital In the foothills of

Untitled [ARTICLE]

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PARIS: France has become the third biggest arms supplier In th« world after the United States and the Soviet Union. according to figures cited by Le Monde yesterday. French arms MIM abroad amounted to nearly US$l.3 billion in 1970. triple the amount sold in 1969 Arms totalled 8 per cent

Army officers accuse US of war crimes [ARTICLE]

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Army officers accuse US of war crimes WASHINGTON. Wed. Five officers in the Armed Forces yesterday railed for an official Inquiry into evidence that the I nited States is pursuing a deliberate policy of a trinities and war crimes in Indo-China. They said a military court of inquiry should be

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WORLD NEWS 3

New Bill extends military loans to the Allies [ARTICLE]

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New Bill extends military loans to the Allies PRESIDENT NIXON signed legislation yesterday formally repealing the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin resolution, which authorised unlimited U.S. intorvention in South-east Asia to repel communist forces. The move was part of a US $200-million Bill authorising etfy credit sales of U.S. arms to

Nixon repeals Gulf of Tonkin resolution [ARTICLE]

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Nixon repeals Gulf of Tonkin resolution SAN CUEMENTE. Wed. tratlon regarded the Tonkin resolution as a DE war and its principal legislative authority to send half a million troops Into South Vietnam. Mr. Nixon, however, agreed to repeal of the controversial resolution last year, contending the only authority he needed

Nun and three priests held for anti-war plot [ARTICLE]

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Nun and three priests held for anti-war plot WASHINGTON. Wednesday THREE priests, a nun and two other people have been charged with an anti-war plot, timed for next month, to kidnap White House adviser Dr. Henry Kissinger and blow up the heating systems of Washington Government buildings. The loader of

Thankless task... [ARTICLE]

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Thankless task... NEW ORLEANS. Wed Rock-and-bottle thro wing youths i«M night hampered efforts by firemen here to put nut blszes in three buildings cauaed by fire bomb attacks. Two of the buildings were former headquarters of the National Committee to Combat F»-*fii«m an offshoot of the militant Black Panthers organisation.—ltoutar.

Lloyd picked Speaker in shock contest [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Lloyd picked Speaker in shock contest ■—I LONDON, w«dn«»day MR. SELWYN LLOYD. Conservative Foreign Minister during the 1956 Suez crisis, was elected Speaker of the commons yesterday in an unexpected contest for thr post. Mr. Lloyd had been agreed on by the leaders of the Conservative and Labour parties and

2 women marry but no police action [ARTICLE]

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2 women marry but no police action f ONDON, Wed.— Two women who were married at Southend Register Office will not have to face police action over their wedding, police said. Terry Floyd. 25. revealed that she was a woman after her marriage In August to Carole Lord. 24 The

SEX-ACT SCENE IN FILM FOR CHILDREN [ARTICLE]

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SEX-ACT SCENE IN FILM FOR CHILDREN UIKMINGHAM. Wed. A colour film which Includes a l.'i m tond sequence showinf a couple havinc »exuai intrrcour!>e has been made here for screening to schoolchildren. Thr sex act scene is <oni.unici in a "'I- mn. me rducational film made for schools by Dr.

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TIMES CITY DESK

CHIEF PRICE [ARTICLE]

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CHIEF PRICE RISES I.M. T'tlle Ord $0.70 +20 Camel $1.11 +09 Steamers $2.03 +.09 Sel. Prop. $116 +.06 T C $0.75 +.03J C. Prop $0.74 +.03 KALLS Kuchai $090 -.10 C. Sugars $2.28 —.01 P.TJ. $0.93 -.05 Fair Lady $127 —.05 P.M.C. $144 —.05 U. 0.8. $153 —.05 S. Hilton

Straits Times Indices [ARTICLE]

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Straits Times Indices lan. U Jan. 13 Industrial*: 146.M 146.3S 1 Hotels: 6*M 6fc.45 Properties: 108.29 1*948 t Tin.: 90.18 N.IS S rubber?. 112.41 MM Dee. 31, 19C6 100 1 Dec. 31, 1968 100 t Dec. 29. 1962 IM

PROFIT-TAKING CREEPS IN [ARTICLE]

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PROFIT-TAKING CREEPS IN AFTER Initial buoyancy, industrials tailed off on profit- 1 aki n g on the Stock Kxchange of Malaysia and Singapore yesterday. Trading was fairly active in the section with some >«itch of speculative interest in selective issues. Centrally the undertone at the close was barely steady. Leading

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES BID ANO OFFER PRICES OFFICIALLY LIITtO AT THE CLOSE Or BUSINESS IN THE lINCAPORE ANO KUALA LUMPUR TRADING nnOMS OF THE STOCK tXCMANGK WITH PRICE MOVEMENTS IN BRAC KETS, YESTERDAY WERE. INDUSTRIALS Atl* Unit Trust (Mmiiifri' prl*** t*r Jan. 14) Mai. Invest Fund 1.25 1.30 Mai Prog -uurt

BUSINESS DONE [ARTICLE]

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BUSINESS DONE -BUSINESS In and reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Stock Exchange yesterday with the number of shares traded shown in brackets in lots of 1 000 unless otherwise specified. INDUSTRIALS ACMA (4) $1.42. (2) $1.41. Ahan i 2) $1.54, (1) $1.55. (1) U.

Kempas takes stake in Benta [ARTICLE]

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Kempas takes stake in Benta KEMPAS nas acquired a major stake in Benta Rubber Estates. In a reorganisation, expansion and diversification ot Benta that company's issued capital is being raised from 3.11 million $1 shares to 12 million Ordinary shares o. which Kempas will hold .69 per cent. In the

GAZETTED PRICES [ARTICLE]

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GAZETTED PRICES -pill Malaysian Minuter 1 of Finance has fixed these rates for calculating customs duties for the period from Jan. 14 to Jan. 30 Rubber 49H rents a lb. Copra $564.00 a ton Palm Ol) 5640.00 a tor Palm Kernels $367.25 a ton The rate* of duties payable are:

PALM OIL [ARTICLE]

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PALM OIL tn London on Cue*da> in* prlc* ol Malayan i per cent April waa quoted at (115 seller* and December/ Januar> «UT* ••Her*

Company highlights [ARTICLE]

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Company highlights KIM A Kellaa Rubber Estates has conditionally agreed to purchase the estate of Malaysia Rubber comprising 1.473 acres at a cost of £222.500. It was announced in London yesterday. An interim dividend of 10 per cent against 15 per cent previously, was declared for the year ending March.

Exchange rates [ARTICLE]

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Exchange rates 'T'HE Association ol Banks, in Malaysia-Singapore innounced these best agreed merchant rate* as at Jan 13 Local dollars to one unit Selling Buying ol Foreign Currency TTorOD TT OO Sterling Pound 7.3900 7 357B 7 3450 Australian Dollar 3 4550 3 4125 3 3825 New Zealand Dollar 3

COMMODITIES

RUBBER MARKET AGAIN QUIET [ARTICLE]

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RUBBER MARKET AGAIN QUIET THE rubber market yesterday had a very quiet morning session and movements were small. There was little overall change in levels from Tuesday's close. With final squaring of January running off yesterday, the discount to February narrowed to 1 5/8 cents. There was some inquiry for

Tin up a fraction [ARTICLE]

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Tin up a fraction TIE Straits tin price in Penang yesterday rose fractionally by 75 cents to $633.50 per picul on an official offering down 24 tons to 270 tons. Following the upward overnight London trend where the metal price gained £1, the market was very steady with moderate buying

CLOSING PRICES [ARTICLE]

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CLOSING PRICES Jan. 13. RUBBER: 48 cents (down half cent). TIN: $633.50 (op 75 cents). Official offering 270 tons (down 24 torn).

PRODUCE [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE r<HINItI PROOUCt (XCNANOI. SINCAPORI NOON CLOSING PRICCt PER PICUL VCSTCROAV. Coconut Oil: bulk $60 Milan, drum $62t sellers. C*»ra: Mixed 1f.0.0.) looa* Jan./ Feb. UK/Cont. (38 B. Ptp««r: Muntok AST A white f.o.b. 100% NLW (170 aellert. •ermwak white 1.0. U. \*'i NLW SIM aclltra. Sarawak ipeciai black f.o.b.

WORLD GOLD PRICES [ARTICLE]

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WORLD GOLD PRICES TuiMay M.nday •u.t. au.f. l-ondon 37.U5 37.70 •Beirut 38.7 ft* ga.uu HontKoOf 3D 63 3W.40 Zurlcb 3M.UO b 3H.«a t> Sd.Mh ii.Kia Parll 38.25 is.n--8 pore (1) 3« JO 3U.0."> t 8 port (2) I4U.UU 148.UU (1) hxpor* price to 000-itenng areaj 10 U. 6 dollars per

OVERSEAS MARKETS

Melbourne [ARTICLE]

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Melbourne MELBOURNE. Wea.-Wea*-ness contlnuea on the Melbourne Stock Exchange today as mining shares declined In light trading. There were slight gains towards the close but overall levels were down on yesterday. Heavyweights again suffered Western Mining was cut back a further 28 cents to $9.62 tUmrrslrj closed tour cents down

Hong Kong [ARTICLE]

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Hong Kong JJONO KONO. Wea I'he market opened very firm but eased slightly during the morning. In the afternoon it held steady at the higher levels Dairy Farm ro.se to HK564.50. up HKSI. Haeco Increased by HKSI 50 Lands closed at the previous days level ol HKSII2 and Barks (local),

New York [ARTICLE]

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New York j^EW YORK. Tues The stock market advanced on wide front with analysts crediting the Nixon administration's efforts to stimulate the economy. Several croups were In the forefront of the advance, most notably airlines, steels and some blue chips. C*.ed as favourable factors were President Nixon's comments on the

London [ARTICLE]

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London T ONDON. Wed. The .lock market *■> »a« film today followinc the overniKht 5!r.-ni!th on Wall Street. But pricet were off the top In placet on lack of follow -throuKh. Tomorrow Inltrd Kingdom December iradr fiKures Induced caution and trading BMt At 3 p.m. thr y Innnclal Times Index

Heath is warned: Don't push Africans into Red orbit [ARTICLE]

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Heath is warned: Don't push Africans into Red orbit I ONDON, Wed. The Times said today if Britain sold arms to South Africa it would land itself in j a moral predicament from which no argu- j ment could free it. The Times, writing on i iho rye of the

Flood relief campaign [ARTICLE]

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Flood relief campaign SINGAPORE. Wed. The week-lone flood relief campaign organised by the University of Singapore Btudents- Union for West Malaysians, netted $600 and two van loads of clothes. They will be handed over to if Malaysian High Commission tomorrow.

Society's buffet [ARTICLE]

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Society's buffet SINGAPORE, Wed. The Commonwealth Society of Singapore will host of buffet for the deputy chairman of the Royal Commonwealth Society. London. Sir Rldeby Poster, at Ihe Singapore Island Country Club on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.

BAGFUL OF SIGNATURES FOR MR. LEE [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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BAGFUL OF SIGNATURES FOR MR. LEE "MO ARMS FOR APARTHEID" was printed in lx)lcl, con spituoiis characters across ,i huge, heavy looking travelling hag, which Commonwealth visitoi laboriously carried ii| City Hall steps to tin Foreign Affairs Ministry today. The bag contained part of 100,000 signed petitions against Britain selling

Arms sale: A big 'don't doit' appeal [ARTICLE]

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Arms sale: A big 'don't doit' appeal CHIA POTEIK By Singapore, Wed London, many more would have been received by his office there. In addition, he had handed in a letter to the conference chairman from the chairman of the United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ire- land,

Greeting card dates [ARTICLE]

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Greeting card dates SINGAPORE. Wed. Latest rtate-, for poking Chinese New Year greeting rard* for delivery in Sineapnr* n Jan. 22 and to West Malaysia is Jan. in. the Postal Services Department announced tnda>. Excessively bright red or small sized envelopes less than four inches by 2 1 inches should

Zambians plan to be 'cool, factual, and open minded' [ARTICLE]

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Zambians plan to be 'cool, factual, and open minded' SINGAPORE. Wed. The Zambian High Commissioner to London. Mr. Amok Phiri today denied a local newspaper report that tht Zambian delegation had been circulating two documents among African delegates to the Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference. The report said that the

Books display at library [ARTICLE]

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Books display at library SINGAPORE. Wed. Th« National Library will hold ait exhibition of Commonwealth novels at if- lecture hull from Jnn 14 to M. Adult nn<; rhildicns Mrin uill represented. Tllk« uri- m. ill.lv in Eiv;iish, but wiitinj." In Chinese. MnUy and Tim I: fi.im M.<l,i\Ma and Mnrapon are

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3.11 PM. Ptufnmme Summary B.N Programme Summary 3.1S Ganda Wane Anda. US Documentary IkaUn Kasth 3.31 BWana Don Jungle la 1.11 Four Winds to Mventurt 3.55 Music. Music, Music. Ireland (mm a Gypsy Caravan 4.45 Three Stooges Ihree Littli 1.45 Mimbar Islam Privates 9.N News 5.00 Programme Summary. 115 World

Letters to the Editor

'Once in two months' meter reading doubts [LETTER]

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'Once in two months' meter reading doubts I READ with misgivings the announcement by the Public Utilities Board (ST., Jan. 5) that public utilities meters are to be read every two months instead of every month. The reason given for this change was to cut down the board's administrative costs

Woman? Lady? Teenager? Girl? Female? [LETTER]

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Woman? Lady? Teenager? Girl? Female? rMRST of all. please forF give us if we in- any way offend your staff. We notice that dome of your reporters classify females as "teenager," "young girl." "young woman" and "lady." We feel it most unfair that your reporters refer to unmarried girls as

Oh, dear, look at the state of the deer! [LETTER]

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Oh, dear, look at the state of the deer! ON Sunday I paid my first visit to Jurong Bird Park. Although impressed by the general layout and the condition of th* birds keDt there. I was most disturbed to see the poor state of the deer. The deer were In

Don't waste your time on parasites [LETTER]

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Don't waste your time on parasites DEAR MINDEF: YOUR correspondent "Fair Play" and others like him would receive short shrift if they agreed to emerge from behind their anonymous masks and face a meeting of workers with the kind of belly-aching they indulge in about national service requirements for their

Govt replies... [LETTER]

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Govt replies... I REFER to the letter (ST., Jan. 12 > by 0.L.8. in which he complained that despite his telephomcalls ana letter dated Dec 12. 1970 to the Chief Electrical Engineer on the streetlight failure outside his house, no action wa.taken to repair it. 0.L.8.'s letter dated Dec 30.

Untitled [LETTER]

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I REFER to tne letter by Mr. N. Kumar (ST.. Jan. 1). regarding Installation of common TV antennae In all HDB flat;. We thank Mr. Kumar for his suggestion and wish to explain that when TV broadcasting was introduced !n Singapore the Board immediately provided for the Installation of common

Untitled [LETTER]

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I REFER to "Tax Payer s" letter (ST.. Jan. 4> concerning the announcement in Parliament on the subject of draft dodgers and bank bonds. It was because the existing passport laws were Inadequate to deal effectively with draft dodgers and others who choose not to return to Singapore to do

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I WOULD like to Inform R Tan that his complaint i ST.. Jan. 5> headlined "Sounds of vice far Into the night" is being looked into. A*. DSP LKSLIK WONG, Public Relations Officer, Singapore Police Fore*.

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Holyoake to take strong stand on Common Market [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Holyoake to take strong stand on Common Market SINGAPORE, Wednesday JHE New Zealand Prime Minister, Sir Keith Holyoake, today said his country would strongly debate Britain's entry into the European Common Market at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Conference. Sir Keith interviewed at the Hotel Malaysia said Britain's entry would

Denies kissing a girl [ARTICLE]

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Denies kissing a girl SINGAPORE. Wed. Won? Ah Hook. 60. today denied outraelnfs the modesty of a 10--vear-olri pirl by kissing her on her ncht cheek at Tnw Street on Monday. Trial was fixed for March 11, and bail was allowed.

A RECORD SAVINGS YEAR FOR STUDENTS [ARTICLE]

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A RECORD SAVINGS YEAR FOR STUDENTS CINGAPORE, Wed. A record $1.3 million was deposited into the Postal Savings Bank last year from the 49,444 new accounts opened by students from 494 schools. The number of new accounts opened by students since the savings campaign was launched in 1969 stood at

Advertisers' workshop [ARTICLE]

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Advertisers' workshop SINGAPORE. Wed. The local chapter of the Advertisers Association will hold a threeday seminar, "Workshop 71," from Feb. 22 at the MBA theatrette. A number of businessmen will address the sessions. Among them will be an aviation expert from Britain, who will speak on the problems connected with

SAF exercise at Mandai [ARTICLE]

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SAF exercise at Mandai SINOAPORE, Wed. The Singapore Armed Forces will conduct an exercise at Mandal forest reserve from 6 p.m. on Jan. 18 to 8 a.m. the next day. Blanks will be used, and the public are advised not to be alarmed.

WOMEN JOURNALISTS FORM ASSOCIATION [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN JOURNALISTS FORM ASSOCIATION KUALA LUMPUR, Wed The Persatuan Wartawan Malaysia (Pertama) the Malaysian Women Journalists' Association was formed here last night. More than 50 women journalists from newspapers of all languages, radio, television, news agencies and other mass media organisations attended the inaugural meeting. Mrs. Azah Aziz, women's I

Denies causing hurt charge [ARTICLE]

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Denies causing hurt charge SINGAPORE. Wed.— Labourer Kandlah Nadarajah. 40. today denied using a knife to cause hurt to Rooky Concelre alias Simon at Engeor Street. TanJong Pagar hi 8 p.m. on Jan. 11. He will be tried on March 24. Ball nf $500 war offered.

AFRICANS PLAN UNITED FRONT ON ARMS SALE ISSUE [ARTICLE]

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AFRICANS PLAN UNITED FRONT ON ARMS SALE ISSUE SINGAPORE, Wed DELEGATES from several South African countries of the Commonwealth today took counsel among themselves to present a united front at the summit meeting beginning here tomorrow on the hottest topic of the day the British proposal to sell arms to

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Ban on doge from Malaysia will not stop show [ARTICLE]

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Ban on doge from Malaysia will not stop show CINGAPORE, Wed. 13 The Malaysia-Sin-gapore Kennel Association's championship dog show, which was postponed last June, will be held this month, despite the continuing ban on dogs crossing the Causeway from Malaysia. The ban was imposed by the Singapore Government last June

BRIDGES GIFT TO MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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BRIDGES GIFT TO MALAYSIA SINGAPORE, Wed. The British Army has given four 100-ft. Bailey bridge sets to Malaysia to replace bridges destroyed in recent floods. The bridges are being sent In a convoy of 18 lorries, the first of which left the Far East Land Forces Engineer Park in Ayer

Minister at Saigon conference [ARTICLE]

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Minister at Saigon conference SINGAPORE. Wed. Singapore is represented at the annual conference of the South-east Asian Ministers of Education Council now going on in Saigon. The Health Minister. Mr. Chua Sian Chin, and the Permanent Secretary i Education i Mr. Kuan Sal Kheong, are attending the five-day meeting which

MALAYSIAN MILL GETS £420,000 BRITISH AID [ARTICLE]

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MALAYSIAN MILL GETS £420,000 BRITISH AID LONDON, Wed. Aid amounting to £420,000 from Britain's Overseas Development Administration (ODA) for textile machinery has been granted to Malaysia to finance a textile mill. Initially It is planned to process 12 million yards of cloth per year. Finishing machinery from Mather and Platt

Projects to aid Malays in trade, industry [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Projects to aid Malays in trade, industry MALAYSIAN GOVT'S 'YES' SOUGHT KUALA LUMPUR, Wednesday *JHE Sino-Malay Economic Co-operation Advisory Board is seeking government approval for two multi-million dollar financial projects to assist Malays in commerce and industry. A memorandum, outlining details of the proposed projects, will be submitted soon to

Six youths for goodwill visit [ARTICLE]

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Six youths for goodwill visit SINGAPORE. Wed. Six Singapore youths have been Invited by the Japanese government to go on a goodwill mission to Japan. They will leave Singapore on Jan. 19, and Join the Japanese youths scheduled to visit six Asian countries Philippines, Indonesia. Malaysia, Indl*. Singapore and the

Evaded duty: $1,200 fine [ARTICLE]

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Evaded duty: $1,200 fine SINOAPORE Wed Teo End Boon. 48 wts today fined 5i. 200 (or having N dutiable inner tubes In his shop In Berangoon Road or. last Nov 17. Duty on the goods amounted to 1106.33.

21 days and 39 still have no hope of reaching home [ARTICLE]

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21 days and 39 still have no hope of reaching home MERSING. Wed When 32 students and seven teachers left KuaU Trengganu for Penang three weeks ago, they thought they were just going on another of those "Interesting and educational" tours. Little did they realise exactly how interesting and educational

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Chanel, this doyen of designers gave women the youthful look [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Chanel, this doyen of designers gave women the youthful look (lAb RIELLE "Coco" Chanel one of the world's leading couturiers, who died last Sunday, fought in the 1920s for fashion freedom for women and finally liberated them from the elaborate trimmings and cor set constructions of the 19th century. Casual

She knows how to get you into shape [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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She knows how to get you into shape ANGELA CHIU helped to sew a bra at the age **of 16. But then, little did she realise that one day she would be teaching women the ABC's of fitting a bra. And that one day came 10 years after and 10

PEASANT-STYLE FASHIONS [ARTICLE]

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PEASANT-STYLE FASHIONS /^YPSY forklore fashions and gloriously put-together peasant looks have restored fun to fashions for the young. This Is the generation that has never known the rustle of petticoats swishing around their lees, and designers predict the more avant-garde will want this very feminine look.

Fatimah falls for 'Le Short' style that takes the place of the mini [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Fatimah falls for 'Le Short' style that takes the place of the mini DNG KIAT BENG by WHETHER they'll be the answer to the mini-midi controversy is still not known. At least not until the end of the month when the haute couturiers of Paris reveal their 1971 collections. But

Study the food labels [ARTICLE]

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Study the food labels "EX)OD shoppers and processors speak a different language," says Miss Maria Ferree, an agricultural market expert from the University of California. "For food processor*, certain ordinary words have legal and restrictive meanings. "Take orange Juice and orangr drinks, for example. The popular dry and fro/m drinks

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Death REFERENCE DIATH ANNOUNCEMENT OF Mrs I-nw Choon Seng published In 12 I 71 Issue of the Straits Time*. Kindly note tbat cremation will take place at Tbor K'ak Si.

In memoriam [OBITUARY]

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In memoriam JOHN PARAM: Though three yeara have rolled by. (but to live In the hearts that you leave behind la not to rtiei wife and children IN EVER LOVINC CHERISHEO Memory of Mr. Arthur F John called to real 13 16*. Loved, mused very much Loving wife, children

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Only the rain can save Australia now [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Only the rain can save Australia now JACK FINGLETON By JYDNEY, Wed. It's all over bar the weather in Sydney's Fourth Test. After (,eoff Hoyrott had made an unbeaten 1 12 and Ray Illimiwnrth had declared at 319 for five wickets, thus setting Australia the huge task of making 416

SCOREBOARD [ARTICLE]

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SCOREBOARD t 1 ANM I i I: M KTRALIA Inn* i \i-i -.\u 2nd tnns lOvtnUghi ;7R-3) Boycott lift' oui 142 D'OUvdn .1 ClKippell b McKen/:e Illingvor'h st Mhisli b O Chappell Kn.nt n,t i U t '.'1 Bxtras n Tnt:ii ifor ;i wkts d«v i :na Wkts fell at

THE 3 MOST WORRIED MEN IN AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE]

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THE 3 MOST WORRIED MEN IN AUSTRALIA SYDNEY, Wed. Mo.si worried p^npl' >" Australia tomelit aip me three cricket selectors. Sir Donald Bradman. Nell Harvey and Sam Loxton. They will have a string of failures before them when they sit down here tomorrow ni«ht to choose Australia s team for

Seap Games: S'pore hail move to have swimming [ARTICLE]

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Seap Games: S'pore hail move to have swimming CINGAPORE officials are happy that moves are J being made to include swimming, cycling and yachting in the Sixth Seap Games at Kuala Lumpur in December. Inche Sulaiman Amin. c lairman of the Seap ames venue and facilities )mmittee. told Timesport Kuala

Warren Club throws open its doors to Singaporeans [ARTICLE]

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Warren Club throws open its doors to Singaporeans WARREN Golf Club has thrown open Its membersbit) to Singaporeans, thus becoming the first British Service golf club to do so. The club'.s secretary. Major E. S. Ashford. said: "We have already a waiting list ot 160. •We will be improving the

India names tour side [ARTICLE]

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India names tour side BOMBAY. Wed. India today named 16 players for the Wp.m Indies cricket tour which begins next month. The team: Ajit Wadekhar i captain i. Abid All. Bished Singh Bedl. Sahm Durrani. Sunll Gava.skar, D Govindaraj. ML JaUlmhn, Russl Jeejeebhoy iwlcketkeepen. K Jayantilal. P Krishnamoorthy (.wicket keepers.

Cambodia and Iran to join Merdeka tournament [ARTICLE]

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Cambodia and Iran to join Merdeka tournament MAURICE KHOO By will invite Cambodia and Iran for the Merdeka anniversary soccer tournament at Kuala Lumpur this year. There was also the possibilty that the Australian national* side, instead if Western Australia, would be competing. Tengku Abdul Rahman. FAM president, who announced

SWNA fights to keep netball in schools [ARTICLE]

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SWNA fights to keep netball in schools By KHO MAN POH A CAMPAIGN to put netball back on the schools sports calender will be launched soon by the Singapore Women Netball Association. Mrs. Tan Hoay Djin. the SWNA president, said school principals, sports secretaries, teachers in charge of netball and

Easy win [ARTICLE]

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Easy win FANCIED Nanyang Sianc Pau trounced Kampong Bugis ?-0 in the final round of the Eagle Cup table tennis tournament at Kallang last night. Kg. Olam bt SAFSA 'A" 5-2 in another match.

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Two vote Kunalan [LETTER]

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Two vote Kunalan I DISAGREE with reader K. Ho that Kunalan s leg Injury was an excuse for his failure to win a gold medal at Bangkok. K. Ho has nevei suffered such an Injury otherwise he would not have written such a silly letter. If he were Kunalan. I

Untitled [LETTER]

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i WITH due respect to Henry j Tan. I would like to point out i to his supporter., that Henry Tan has never hit »he limelight in Singapore for the I whole of 1970. ie. he has \et i to win a >incle local championship trophy. This Indicates ne Is

Nathan's late goal saves Forces [ARTICLE]

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Nathan's late goal saves Forces i T^OEL Nathan, last season's most consistent goalgetter in club soccer, yesterday saved Armed Forces from defeat by Tan Tock Seng Hospital in I their Government Services Football League Div. One match at i Farrer Park. It in a splendid opI portunist goal that gained

Aussies win netball [ARTICLE]

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Aussies win netball j^INGSTON. Wed —Australia *on the Third World netball championship here yesterday beating former champions. New Zealand. 48-42 This is the second time the Australians have become world i champions They won the first world tournament In Eastbourne, England In 1963 when they beat New Zealand 37-36. In

Japan's top team to tour [ARTICLE]

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Japan's top team to tour T^IHON Gnkki JtfJMft Workers table tennis champions will 'our Singapore from Jan 25 to Jan 20 STTA secreury An* Ktm Thye .laid their tour was a timely one in view of the Commonwealth Championships in March. Nlhon Oaklcl will play their first mutch against the

Guthrie Waugh outplay champs MSA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Guthrie Waugh outplay champs MSA pUTHRIE Waugh. who withdrew last year because of a lack of players, yesterday bounced back to the limelight with a 2-0 win over re igning champions Malaysia Singapore Airlines in their Singapore Business Houses League Division One match at Jalan Besar stadium. Guthrie Waugh played

The great rivals grieve together [ARTICLE]

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The great rivals grieve together AT NOON on Jan. 5 they gathered together to weep and pray. Protestants, Catholics, united in a common bond of grief. The dignitaries, the pensioners, the babes in arms they were all there at St. Andrew's Catholic Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland. And so too were

PATAUDI MAY NOT TOUR ENGLAND [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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PATAUDI MAY NOT TOUR ENGLAND NEW DELHI, Wed. The Nawab of Pataudi said today that if he is elected to tne Indian Parliament in Marih he will make no more overseas cricket tours lor India. This meant he would not be available for the visit to England later this year.

Splendid gallop by Hurry Honey [ARTICLE]

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Splendid gallop by Hurry Honey EPSOM JEEP By I'KKY HONEY showed good form in a gallop at Bukit Timah. Ridden by Moses Lee, the five year-old strode out fluently over 3f in 37 4/5 on good going Hurry Honey, who finished third over 6f last Sunday, has bright prospects in

EVONNE AGREES TO PLAY IN SOUTH AFRICA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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EVONNE AGREES TO PLAY IN SOUTH AFRICA JOHANNESBURG. Wed. Evonne Goolagong Australia s Aboriginal tennis star, has accepted an Invitation to play In the South African Open tennis championships here in April, tournament organiser Owen Williams ami mured yesterday. He said he had contacted Miss Goolagong manager Mr. Vie Edwards

So sorry Best is forgiven [ARTICLE]

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So sorry Best is forgiven I ONDON, Wed.— Football hero George Best, apologised to his manager yesterday and ended four days of anguish for millions of soccer fans. The twinkle-toed star with the pop Idol aura came out of self-exile for a heart-to-heart talk with Manchester United boss Sir Mat

Corrigan saves point for City [ARTICLE]

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Corrigan saves point for City LONDON. Wed. Manchester City drew level on points with third-placed Tottenham Hotspur In Div. 1 of the English Football League when they battled out a scoivipss draw at Liverpool last night. Goalkeeper Joe Corrigan played a tremendous match for Manchester City, making great saves from

$3 million libel suit against Sugar Ray [ARTICLE]

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$3 million libel suit against Sugar Ray NEW VUHK. Wed Sugar Ray Robin.son. ihe toimer nor la weliervi eight und nuddieweighl tM'XliiK champion. sued lor I<Ssl million in noel damages olcicmy by his rx-uiHUHKi i Q— m Uainiortf Mini 88-ik|hl BJMNNJoI hairy Wllrv. '1 lie ail Kill. lili-U in Maiill.it"

Nation-wide plan to scout talent [ARTICLE]

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Nation-wide plan to scout talent I'HE Badminton Association of Malaysia will 1 begin a new phase of scouting for promising players throughout the country soon BAM president Inche Khlr Joharl said in Penang yesterday that unrifr thr BAM's incentive plan, promising plavfis wtnild bo provided with Kholarshlps' up to univrrsiiy

Salvarria willing to meet Ohba [ARTICLE]

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Salvarria willing to meet Ohba rKYO. Wed Veteraa Manila matchmaker lop* il nugtested today thai the World Uomiii: Association i:lld Woild BoxitiK Council f)vwemht ChamptaM meet in ft showdown ti lit in Honolulu to rutabllxh one champion in ihia division Ma-iio Ohba of Japan won tl. WEA Crown with a

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Raja: Arms sale not the only issue [ARTICLE]

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Raja: Arms sale not the only issue SINGAPORI.. Wed— The Forricn Affairs Minister. Mr. S. K.i.i.ir.itn.ini tonight said that thr pro posrri British arms saltto South Africa would not In- thr only vital issue in the Commonwraith Hrads of Government conference opening tomorrow. Speaking on thr conference in the programme

Trudeau gets rousing welcome [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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Trudeau gets rousing welcome By Lim Suan Kooi SINGAPORE. Wed. The rousing welcome Canada's Premier. Mr. Pierre Trudeau. received today at the Singapore Hilton was enough to make nim stars jealous. The 51-year-old Prime Minister stepped out of his limousine at 6 p.m. to be met by a barrage of

'Danger of Suez route for the Russians' [ARTICLE]

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'Danger of Suez route for the Russians' KUALA LUMPUR. Wednesday A PEACE pact between Israel and the Arabs would open the Suez Canal for Russian reinforcements to reach the Indian Ocean, the British Prime Minister. Mr. Edward Heath, said ioaay. This Is the big danger as It would give the

Students killed [ARTICLE]

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Students killed MANILA. Wed Two students were killed and at least 35 people were injured today when a protest march over Increased petrol prices erupted Into open violence. (See Pace 14).

Arms protest [ARTICLE]

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Arms protest SINGAPORE. Wed The Singapore Polytechnic Students' Union today passed a resolution ■vehemently deploring th» proposed Rrl'lsh sale of arms to South Africa

THE WEATHER [ARTICLE]

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THE WEATHER The wriilher outlook for SIX(iAPORK today from 8 a m to noon: Fair

TENSION MOUNTS AFTER HARTONO 'SLAIN' RUMOUR [ARTICLE]

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TENSION MOUNTS AFTER HARTONO 'SLAIN' RUMOUR IAKARTA, Wed. Tension mounted in the Government and military establishment in the wake of the mysterious shooting of Indonesia's Ambassador to North Korea Lt.-Gen. Hartono. Government officials and newspapers here have begun to openly suggest that Hartono, who was under Interrogation by the army

Deaths [OBITUARY]

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Deaths HAJAM CHIK BINTI HASSAN. moth.r of Hi]i Mohd. TahH B. Ka«lm. pavtrd away peacefully at 6.1.% p.m. od 13 1.71. Funeral at 4 30 p.m on 14 1.71 from 35. Toaca Ttrrace, Optra Katate. Singapore Ifi to Kubor Kasilm. Govi. Lrfnd Officr pa«5id away mldnlKhl at Thornton Road hoipital

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