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The Straits Times, 3 April 1971

Article also available on microfilm reel NL6720 [Lee Kong Chian Reference Library - On shelf]



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  • Masthead [Title Section]
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    AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 200,000 The National Newspaper The Straits Times Estd 1845 SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1971 20 CENTS M.C. (P) No. 2507 (24 words)
  • Bringing up Audi [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Bringing up Audi If he misbehaves he will get his share of spanking... 9 -BY HIS FATHER PENANG, Friday PENANC boy millionaire, five-year-old Audi Chung Peng Oon, will continue to live a normal life and receive the same treatment as his 11 -year-old brother, Peng Hoy. But his future will (755 words)
  • TWO great features for your Sunday reading [Articles]
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    TWO great features for your Sunday reading In tomorrow's Sunday Times Jackie's husband the first instalment of a true-life, rags-to-riches drama in the new Sunday Times fe a t v r e 'Leisure.' Khrushchev's Memoirs Part One of a lively political document, in the new look Asia Magazine. (48 words)
  • Calley (freed by Nixon) is back in his flat [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Calley (freed by Nixon) is back in his flat PORT BENNING, r (Georgia), Fri. Lieut. William Calley, ordered released by President Nixon after a furore over the officer's life sentence in the My Lai massacre case moved around his four-room apartment here today a relatively free man. The 27-year-old Calley (338 words)
  • Dutch bank rate cut [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Dutch bank rate cut AMSTERDAM, Frl. The Dutch bank rate was cut from six per cent to s'« per cent with effect from Monday, the Dutch Central Bank said today. In ROME, the Treasury announced today that Italy will lower the bank rate from 5.5 per cent to five per (54 words)
  • Jordan under shelling from Syria [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Jordan under shelling from Syria AMMAN. Frl. Jordan came under heavy firing: from Syrian territory early today, an Interior Ministry spokesman said here. He said in a statement that the barrage began after dawn and included ma-chine-ran fire, rockets and mortar shelling Some of the rockets fell in northern Ramtha, (97 words)
  • 'Mujib in West Pakistan' [Articles]
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    'Mujib in West Pakistan' RAWALPINDI, Friday §HEIKH Mujibur Rahman, leader of the defiance against the military regime in Hast Pakistan, is being held in army custody in West Pakistan, informed sources here said today. They disclosed that Sheikh Mujib was flown from East to West Pakistan on March 26 the (763 words)
  • Races in KL to go on despite syces' go-slow [Articles]
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    Races in KL to go on despite syces' go-slow IT- UA L A LUMPUR, Fri. Racing in Kuala Lumpur will carry on this weekend despite a go-slow of syces employed by the Malaysian trainers. This assurance was given by the chairman of the Selangor Turf Club, Dato Sir Clough Thuraisingham, (287 words)
  • Bomb youths jailed [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Bomb youths jailed HONG KONG. Frl. A Hong Kong court today jailed two Chinese youths lor 11 months each (or possession of a simulated bomb as the bomb scare swept the colon> for the seventh day. Reuter. (See Pace 13) (40 words)
  • Saigon troops take back base [Articles]
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    • AP, UPI
    Saigon troops take back base CAIGON, Frl Tenacious South Vietnamese troops, battered in two days of continuous battle with a North Vietnamese assault force, have recaptured Fire Base Six. They lost the artillery base near the Laos border to a North Vietnamese assault two days ago. Twenty South Vietnamese soldiers (331 words)
  • Armstrong is 'weaker' [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Armstrong is 'weaker' NEW YORK. Frl Jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong was today reported in weakened condition in Beth Israe! Hospital here where he Is being treated (or a heart a'lment A mid-morning bulletin said the TO-ycar-old musician '■spent a restless night, with Increased respiratory difficulty Hi:- general condition has weakened." (51 words)
  • Strike ballot [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Strike ballot LONDON. Frl. Ford workers he!d a secret ballot at 22 factories across Britain today to decide whether to end a nlne-week-olc! strike which has delayed dt liveries In Europe. North America and Asia Reuter. (36 words)
  • Hotpants ban [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Hotpants ban BRUSSELS Frl Belgian Postal Minister Edouard Anseele today bar. ned girl post office staff from wearing hotpants to work. Reuter. (22 words)
  • 3a.m. ROUNDUP
    • PAK WARNING TO INDIA [Articles]
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      PAK WARNING TO INDIA NEW DELHI, Fri—Pakistan today warned India of "dangerous consequences" which it said could result from Indian interference in Pakistan's internal affairs. Radio Pakistan reported tonight—Reuter. (See this pace). (32 words)
  • Page 1 Advertisements
  • Four 'L' airgirls lose their jobs [Articles]
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    Four 'L' airgirls lose their jobs- CINGAPORE, Fri. Malaysia-Singapore Airlines today confirmed that it had dismissed four probationary air hostesses. They are three Malaysians and a local girl who were undergoing the final stages of their training programme when they were told by the management that their services had been (138 words)
  • Industrial relations review urged [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Industrial relations review urged MTUC: SYSTEM UNSATISFACTORY KUALA LUMPUR. Friday ]y|TUC president, Mr. Yeoh Teck Chye, today called for a complete review of the "unsatisfactory" industrial system in Malaysia. The present method of handling industrial disputes, he said, was far from satisfactory. The basis and guiding rules of the whole (319 words)
  • ROY DROPS CHARGE FOR RETURN POSTAGE [Articles]
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    ROY DROPS CHARGE FOR RETURN POSTAGE SINGAPORE. Fri—Motorists renewing road tax by post from Monday will no longer be charred 75 cents return postage for the forwarding of registration cards and insurance certificates. A Registry of Vehicles statement today said that since Aug. 1 last year motorists had been asked (77 words)
  • Five years jail for robber [Articles]
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    Five years jail for robber SINGAPORE. Fri. Ang Beng Ouan, 22, was Jailed for five years today for robbing tax-driver Tan Kirn Seng of $25, a driving licence, idenUty card and watch in Kirn Tian Road on March 29. Ang, with six previous convictions, had three other similar charges taken (72 words)
  • 'Pirate' loses his car [Articles]
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    'Pirate' loses his car SINOAPORE. Fri Pirate taxi driver Ang Kirn Chow was fined $250 today when he pleaded guilty to using his car for hire without a valid pubUc service vehicle licence on Sept. 21 last year at Jalan Toa Payoh. His car was confiscated. (46 words)
  • Charity sale [Articles]
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    Charity sale ZINOAPORE, Fri. The Society For Aid to the Paralysed Mrfll hold an Easter sale at Sunny way Kindergarten at No. 1. Balmoral Park, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon tomorrow. (32 words)
  • Airport chief resigns [Articles]
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    Airport chief resigns SINGAPORE. Fri. Singapore airport manager, Mr. Peter Low, has resigned to join the private sector. He was with the Department of Civil Aviation for four years. Mr. Roland Nlcollch. formerly secretary of Outram Hospital, i: the new manager. (41 words)
  • Tourist's death probe [Articles]
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    Tourist's death probe SINOAPORE, Fri. Police Investigating the death of Australian tourist Garry Eames. 21, in Johore Road on Wednesday, have ruled out foul play. Police today said the tourist, of Woollongong In Sydney, died of natural causes (38 words)
  • Magazine banned [Articles]
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    Magazine banned KUALA LUMPUR. Fri Last December's issue of "Suara Slswa" the official publication of the National Union of Malaysian Muslim Stu- dents has been banned under the Internal Security Act. People in possession of the magazine should surrender It to the police. (43 words)
  • GARDAM, QC, ADMITTED TO STORE BAR FOR CIVIL CASE [Articles]
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    GARDAM, QC, ADMITTED TO STORE BAR FOR CIVIL CASE CINGAPORE. Fri Mr David Gardam, QC, was admitted today to the Singapore Bar by Mr. Justice D'Cotta for a civil appeal to be heard here in September. Lawyer Mr. K. S. Chung will appear with him in the appeal for businessman (197 words)
  • The four C's that are essential in life [Articles + Illustrations]
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    The four C's that are essential in life CINGAPORE. Fl 1 Conscience, operation, compeb and commitment these are the four ••C"s essential in litt The Rev. T.R Doraiv principal of the Tea* Training College. Mid today. Speaking at the Pr terian Boys' School q day. he defined science" as the (257 words)
  • Trade fair [Articles]
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    Trade fair KUALA LUMPUR. Pi The Made-in-MalavMa Trade Pair, scheduled to open tomorrow at Stadium Negara. has been postponed to May 22 (22 words)
  • Page 2 Advertisements
    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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      SCHOOL CERTIFICATE AND HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE 1971 EXAMINATIONS Approved training facilities Faculty of Specialists and Graduates Approved laboratory facilities Modern training facilities for Commerical Subjects Daytime and evening classes. ADMISSION NOW OPEN CITY SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Dept of Arts Commerce Oept. of Science, 218 Queen St., Singapore. 169-B Selegie Rd., (294 words)
    • Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      The word fit means a lot to Berlei. It means that a bra is perfectly designed to make the most of your shape. Not force you into the way the bra wants to go. It means that it will always stay comfortable, because it's designed to fit your body. It (185 words)
  • Page 2 Miscellaneous
    • Page 2 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
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      Bugs Bunny By Ralph Heimdahl WHAT'S /THE FIRST TIME LE'S HAVE A LOOK A VER I HAD THIS HAT HAVE YA TJ9IEP I BEEFy II CLEANED IT j Ifcrft*-. STRETCHIN' i ELMER^/ S^SHWUNK!/ B\V, J IT^> I ArvrTt^rviFMT^ 1/ vML s \C^-'^7i II AiAl Uo 1 tAtti lo II Tcsfe (64 words)
  • No hope of reprieve for woman told to leave Australia [Articles]
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    • AGENCIES
    No hope of reprieve for woman told to leave Australia SYDNEY, Friday JHERE is no hope of a reprieve for a 30--year-old Malaysian woman who h;is been told to leave Australia after living in this coontry for 12 years. An immigration Department spokesman today said the woman, an accountant who (341 words)
  • Former PC crossexamined at inquiry [Articles]
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    Former PC crossexamined at inquiry SINGAPORE. Fri. Fori.ier police constable William Low Kiap Pat. 29. was cross-examined for two hours by defence counsel in a magistrates court today. Low is a prosecution witthe preliminary inquiry in which two men Tan Kok Ping. 22. a shop assistant, and Lee Hock Chye, (105 words)
  • BARGIRL TELLS POLICE: FIVE MEN RAPED ME [Articles]
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    BARGIRL TELLS POLICE: FIVE MEN RAPED ME IPOH. Fri. A 21-year-old bargirl told police here yesterday that she was raped by five men in an empty house on the Tasek bypass on Wednesday night. Five customers in the bar had invited her out for supper at 10 p.m. and she (77 words)
  • Smashing! [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Smashing! PIANO-CHOPPING RACE TO SWELL EX-SOLDIERS' BENEVOLENT FUND SINGAPORE. Friday rniIESK pianos are not X for playing. Instead, they will be smashec! to pieces in a piano-smashing race at the funfair to be held at the Dover Road stadium tomorrow to raise funds for the British Army Locally Enlisted Personnel (201 words)
  • Page 3 Advertisements
    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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      SHOE Of THE MONTH H^^design 29 Design 29 For the man of today. For the casually stylish dresser on that stylishly casual date. A bold yet simple design with the forward look. Sizes: 4 10,61-9* (35 words)
    • Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      A 5 minute drive can last you yeans. The New Corolla. This is the new Corolla 1200' And you'll like the attractive You'll like it enough to want to handsome, sleek, trendy. interior; the wall-to-wall carpeting; drive it for years. You'll like the longer nose, the and the matching dashboard. (93 words)
  • Page 3 Miscellaneous
    • Page 3 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
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      Straits Times Crossword ACROSS blended (8). 1. He goes round after Uie 8. Answers members of press, race (7). including Don Turner (8). 5. Olrl liable to panic, some l ml B nt hel ln he might say? (7) balance against gold (4. 6). 8. Bird shows compunction, 15 Emulous (260 words)
  • Scotland Yardtrained Mr. Yeoh is now No. 2 in Police Force [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Scotland Yardtrained Mr. Yeoh is now No. 2 in Police Force SINGAPORE, Fri. Senior J Asst. Commissioner Yeoh Bin Cbiat, 52, has been promoted to the No. 2 post in the Police Force. His appointment as Acting Deputy Commissioner was officially announced by the police this evening. Mr. Yeoh succeeds (141 words)
  • Complaint to husband's mother wrecks marriage [Articles]
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    Complaint to husband's mother wrecks marriage SINGAPORE, Fri. An electrician railed at his wife and turned her out after she complained to his mother about all-night gambling sessions. Mrs. Teng Le« Mln. 32, said this today when she successfully sued her husband for a divorce on the ground of constructive (117 words)
  • New tug Donna needed in such a hurry... [Articles]
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    New tug Donna needed in such a hurry SINGAPORE, Fri. The Straits Engineers' new tug Donna was so badly needed that she sailed here on her own steam from Sri Racha, Thailand despite the north-east monsoon and her captain sustaining two broken ribs on the way. Normally tugs the size (162 words)
  • Third postponement will be 'last of its kind' [Articles]
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    Third postponement will be 'last of its kind' SINGAPORE. Fri rIE trial of 11 women most of them elderly charged with demonstrating outside City Hall on Feb. 2, was postponed for the third time in a month, to May 12 and 13. DPP Mr. Chta Quee Kee sought the assurance (213 words)
  • Homes in the new office buildings in city [Articles]
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    Homes in the new office buildings in city TAN WANG JOO Architects unhappy over govt ruling By SINGAPORE, Fn GOVERNMENT directive that major com martial projects should provide resident ial space is causing a great deal of unhappiness among Singapore architects. As a result of the ruling aimed at bringinp; (470 words)
  • Page 4 Advertisements
    • Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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  • Page 4 Miscellaneous
    • Page 4 Miscellaneous Column 1 [Miscellaneous]
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      llh'ft Oop By l.r. Ha mi in U— g «,MOUroMKNB». JJ *W BALONEY, WI7ER.' I I OUACKERV/? I I 5? rUHAWIYIOUKNOW O*A >. YOU'RE NOTHING BUT VWdoLs k *P> K\ MY BUSINESS AINT LEGITIMATE A PRACTITIONER OF ,1/^*7^ 5f jW D^ MUMBO- JUMBO.' PBOFeSStOWIi QUACKERY AN' WE /J VJI' VT (102 words)
  • Straits Times photoman robbed of his car [Articles]
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    Straits Times photoman robbed of his car DETALING JAVA, Fri Straits Times photographer Soong Hon Sin was robbed of his car and $21 by two armed men last night. Mr. Soong, who was surprised by the robbers as he was about to leave his car after parking it at Medan (255 words)
  • 'Co-ops will not help much to curb price hikes' [Articles + Illustrations]
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    'Co-ops will not help much to curb price hikes' HIGHER LIVING COST INEVITABLE- SM A BOSS 3 basic reasons why cost of living has gone up SINGAPORE, Friday THK chairman of the Singapore Manufacturers Association, Mr. Whang Tar Liang, today doubted if the formation of consumers associations or co-operative supermarkets (715 words)
  • DR. TAN AGAIN QUERIES WELFAREFUND CUT [Articles]
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    DR. TAN AGAIN QUERIES WELFAREFUND CUT SINGAPORE, Fri.— Dr. Aucustine H.H. Tan. MP for Whampoa who questioned the cut in social welfare funds in the recent budget debate, re-stated his case tonight. He argued that economic development in Singapore was shifting the burden of social welfare "from kindred and clan (182 words)
  • Page 5 Advertisements
    • Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      SPEEDO i& Jetstream swimwear THE CHOICE OF OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS 1968 OLYMPIC GAMES 27 OUT OF 29 GOLD MEDALS WON IN SPEEDO Mi Agcntt ror Spore Shalome Associates JcO Orchard Rood. Tel XXXXX2, SINGAPORE 9 The people -shaped car. The New Corolla. c des '9 ned the new Corolla Or stand (174 words)
  • The Straits Times Saturday Forum
    • NOT TOO LONG OR SHORT [Letters]
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      NOT TOO LONG OR SHORT ...Like before in the SAF? 0N March 24 my brother came home from camp and was beyond recognition. Keason: He had been dragged to the army barbershop by the Military Police to have his hair cut, at a ridiculous height, despite his pleas to give (428 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
      • Page 6
      ■■■■■■■IMB CAN the Joo Chlat com- munity centre authorities do something to improve the centre's basket- < ball court? The floor Is cracking and rough, the nets are all torn, and the rings shaky. BASKETBALLER. Singapore, 15. (36 words)
    • Spare some thought for your poor students [Letters]
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      Spare some thought for your poor students EDUCATORS TOLD: JT is all very easy for the Ministry of Education to stress extra cumeular activities and for school principals and teachers to compel pupils to go to school several tunes in a week outside school hours for ECA. Do these ladies (398 words)
    • Storm over a report [Letters]
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      Storm over a report rUR write-up by Nancy Byramji on the Sikh seminar (ST.. March 31) is largely Inaccurate. To call Sikhs who disregard any one of the five X's (pillars) of the faith as "mini-revolutionaries" is, to say the least, chronic. (ED. We didn't. Some Sikh elders did.) As (343 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      yOUR mini-reporter (Nancy 1 Byramji) focused her attention on a mini-point to give It a maxl-headlng ("Debate on future of Sikh turban" S.T., March 31). In her mlnl-orlentated enthusiasm she failed to mention, the titles of the papers to be submitted at the seminar. (EO: But she listed the topics (369 words)
    • $599 mil profit? That's way off the mark [Letters]
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      $599 mil profit? That's way off the mark IREIER to the lettet headed "How (im eminent will make the fantastic- profit of million." (ST. March 27). The writet refers to .m article published in the New Nation on March '.'1 >tatinn that Gr eminent is acquiring more th.in 200 acres (207 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      I AM one of the unsuccessful candidates In last year's Senior Cambridge and will be sitting for the Singapore Cambridge at the end of this year. Most of the present Secondary Four students are using four literature books "Julius Caesar," 'Animal Farm." "Mocking Bird" and "Hard Time Last year we (93 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      I AM prompted to draw the attention of the authority concerned that the toilet annex to the National Library lecture hall is also padlocked all the time. As there are sufficient toilet facilities at the mair. library. I see no reason why the library staff should be so selfish. When (112 words)
    • CALLING UP THE 'OLD' SOLDIERS? [Letters]
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      CALLING UP THE 'OLD' SOLDIERS? ITNDER THE present national service law recruits are drawn from those born between Nov. 1936 November 1942. This year the youngest registrants for national service are 59, and the oldest 35. Next year the youngest registrants will be 30 and the oldest 36. It seems (111 words)
    • SYCES: LET CHARITY BEGIN AT HOME [Letters]
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      SYCES: LET CHARITY BEGIN AT HOME THE solution to the claims by the Race Course General Employees Union of Malaya appears simple. Last year one of the associated clubs of the Malayan Racing Association donated $900,000 to charity. A deserving charity Is the Improvement of the salaries of syces. A (94 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      TF "F" of Alor Star is not interested in the weekly Cantonese film on TV Malaysia he can switch off and go to bed earlier. FAN II Kuala Lumpur (29 words)
    • Let's have more 'old masters' on the screen [Letters]
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      Let's have more 'old masters' on the screen OTHERS POINTS ON T.V...: IT IS TIME we had more classical music on TV Malaysia. For example, the "Dondang Sayang," with a little bit of creation and re-com-position with added wind and string instruments, would certainly be a hit with both young (119 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      ft A WORD of appreciation for TV. Malaysia's "Master Class" series, which has just ended. I do not pretend to understand the music played by the masters and their pupils but I do appreciate them. In today's world of dedication to self-interest such surrender of self to beauty is inspiring. (77 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      SINGAPORE'S progress In many fields Is admirable. However, one important point seems to have been overlooked. It would be a good idea, at the time when Singaporeans reach the age of 12 and apply for their identity cards, that they are also tested for their blood groups. The group should (85 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      IT WOULD be a great help if Radio, and Television Malaysia could remind audiences to lower the volume of sets after 9 p.m. This is the time when babies are fast asleep, students are doing their studies and some are trying to finish their office work; others may Just need (56 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
      • Page 7
      • UP, THE TIMES
      HOW ABOUT T.V. Malaysia re-screening "The Time Tunnel" instead of "The Lands of the Giants" every Sunday night? FED UP Seremban (21 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      UEARTIEST congratulations to TV Malaysia for screening such good and educational Cantonese films during the past month. FILM FAN Kuala Lumpur (21 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      "EAN OF Alor Btar (B.T. March 29) expresses a selfish point of view. Cantonese Is. In fact, the most common dialect among the Chinese clans. And as for Mandarin, only those who have been to Chinese schools, can understand it. But what about the old folks? Many of them don't (70 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
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      I REFER to the. complaint by T.V.L. of Klann (ST. March 31) and shall be grateful If he will forward the relative cover so that, we can ascertain the delay. ABDULLAH BIN ELAM DIN Pengawal Pos Selanror (37 words)
    • Less polish and more 'aid' [Letters]
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      Less polish and more 'aid' J^ GRAND display by a largo number of youths of the uniformed organisations at the recent Muhibbah rally at Johore Bahru was marred by an unfortunate incident. A member of the Boys' Brigade fell unconscious. The first alders of the St. John's Ambulance Brigade dashed (220 words)
    • A 'secondhand' service? [Letters]
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      A 'secondhand' service? rpHERE ARE some disturbing aspects to the postal "ser- vice" in my neigh bourtiood. It has become the practice of postmen to deliver letters to any Tom, Dick or Harry who happens to live near the i addressee's bouse. I su.illy, such pas-sers-by promise to deliver then (83 words)
    • Deaf ear [Letters]
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      Deaf ear HERE IN Puchong we're only 14 miles from Kuala Lumpur but we might as well be in the middle of the jungle In terms of official consideration. The area is badly developed and worse than the wildernesses of Pahang. And our pleas for electricity service get th»» same (59 words)
    • HOW PUPILS ARE STREAMED FOR SUBJECTS [Letters]
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      HOW PUPILS ARE STREAMED FOR SUBJECTS I REFER to your editorial comment "Channelling Pupils" (ST. March 16). Both your editorial and the statement made by the principal of the school concerned give the impression that only the best pupils were channelled from secondary two Into technical three. They were both (317 words)
  • Page 6 Advertisements
    • Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Page 7 Advertisements
    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Cold, wet palms at those clammy cocktails [Articles]
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    Cold, wet palms at those clammy cocktails ...And one thafs swell but not so different JT whs one of those glittering social occasions when even YIPs were left standing. It was Saturday last week, around 3.30 p.m. And happily, to grace the afternoon with their presence, were more than a (869 words)
  • Carmen the resident singer... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Carmen the resident singer... HER first stint abroad was a six-month holiday in Hong Kong which took her 11 years to complete! Yes. when Carmen Perina (right) first left home and Manila to sing abroad, she had actually planned to be in Hong Kong for six months. But she stayed (144 words)
  • THIS IS ROCK [Articles + Illustrations]
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    THIS IS ROCK JOHN LENNON: HE WAS THERE But now I'm John And so. dear friends You just have to carry on. The dream is over IT was expected anyway, but the finality of those j words in "God sung by John Lennon still created shocx waves. Sung, often spoken (792 words)
  • The Christie—and also Jack Jones [Articles]
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    The Christie— and also Jack Jones ]V|ORE big news to ifl come Watch it, folk! This time you're going to hear your "Yellow River" live and straight out of the horse's mouth, as the saying goes. Vis, sir. the Christie, who roi ked the younger generation with the song "Yellow (162 words)
  • Page 8 Advertisements
    • Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Advertisements]
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    • Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • Submission of 'not admissible' is overruled [Articles]
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    Submission of 'not admissible' is overruled STATEMENTS TO THE CPIB SINGAPORE, Fri DISTRICT Judge Mr. K. T. Alexander today overruled a defence submission that all voluntary and involuntary statements made to CPIB officers were inadmissible in court. The decision came at the end of a legal wrangle between Senior State (704 words)
  • Joint venture to make 'unique' bus bodies [Articles]
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    Joint venture to make 'unique' bus bodies SINGAPORE. Frl. Cycle and Carriage Ltd. today announced a $2 million Joint venture with two foreign companies to manufacture bus bodies locally. Its two partners are Daimler-Benz AO of West Germany and Indophing of Indonesia. An agreement among the three partners was signed (288 words)
  • Page 9 Advertisements
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    • Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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  • The girl who is set on enjoying her work... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    The girl who is set on enjoying her work... BAILYNE SUNG By CINGAPORE, Fri. 13 Chic Chiqui Sones, 25, is a girl who believes firmly in enjoying her work. Chlqui, a trained recep-tionist-guide who flew in from the Philippines today, said. "Even though people have tight schedules and they meet (240 words)
  • Are the minibuses only for pupils? [Articles]
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    Are the minibuses only for pupils? SINGAPOBE, Frl. A magistrate's court was today asked if special conditions were attached to a mini-bus licence prohibiting the bus carrying passengers other than school children. Mini-bus driver. Quek Hian Siew was charged in the Tenth Magistrate's Court with permitting his mini-bus to be (169 words)
  • Urbanisation and drop in worm infestation [Articles]
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    Urbanisation— and drop in worm infestation SINGAPORE, Fri. rpHE number of child- ren and adults seriously troubled by worms is decreasing thanks to rapid urbanisation in Singapore. Still, said a paediatrician today. Uie forthcoming anti-worm campaign in Siglap is "very worthwhile." The paediatrician, who wishes to lemain anonymous, said people (198 words)
  • Youth problem and guilty adults [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Youth problem and guilty adults Grown-ups have failed in their task of educating the young: Raja SINGAPORE. Frl TODAY'S so-called "youth problem" has come al)out because adults have failed in their tasks of educating and training the young to grow smoothly into manhood. Pointing this accusing finger at adults tonight (388 words)
  • BIDS CLOSE ON CAR Nos. SQ 2001 TO 6000 [Articles]
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    BIDS CLOSE ON CAR Nos. SQ 2001 TO 6000 SINGAPORE. Fri The Registry of Vehicles today said that bids for motorcar registration numbers bearing numbers S(| 2001 to 6000 were closed. Those wishing to bid for numbers from SQ 6001 to SQ 9999 may do so un forms obtainable from (77 words)
  • 800 British troops to leave this month [Articles]
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    800 British troops to leave this month CINGAPORE. Fri. 3 About 800 members of the British forces will leave Singapore this month us part of the military rundown First to leave will b< Third Commando Brigade of the Royal Marines, boginning with men of th 14th 20th King.- I! RAF (140 words)
  • Esso's launch is for ferrying staff [Articles]
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    Esso's launch is for ferrying staff SINGAPORE. Fri I newly-acquired 39-foot (11.7 metres) launch Harimau Chawan will be used to ferry stall to and from its refinery at Pulau Aver Chawan. off Jurong. An Es-so spokesman, clarify Ins a Straits Times report today, said the launch was multipurpose He said (75 words)
  • Ganja offence [Articles]
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    Ganja offence SINGAPORE. Frl. Mohamed All bin Ahmad. 20. unemployed was Jailed for three months by a magistrate* court today afiei he admitted having two ounces of ganja in Syed Alwi Road yesterday. (33 words)
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  • Girl hotel agents who 'tout' for tourists warned [Articles]
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    Girl hotel agents who 'tout' for tourists warned ARTHUR RICHARDS By CINGAPORE. Fri.— J Girl agents of leading hotels who canvass passengers in and out of Singapore airport's arrival hall, have been warned by their bosses. This follows a report that airport police were keeping a look-out for several of (288 words)
  • $50m super drydock under review [Articles + Illustrations]
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    $50 m super drydock under review 1 SINGAPORE, Fri. PLANS for a S5O million super drydock at Sembawang Shipyard are now under review 14 months after the scheme was shelved. This was revealed today by Mr. R.E. Butler, the shipyard's managing director, when President Sheares toured the yard. Mr. Butler, (265 words)
  • Eight pass B.Sc exam for botany [Articles]
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    Eight pass B.Sc exam for botany SINGAPORE. Fri.— Eight candidates have passed he B.Sc. with Honours examination for botany held in January. They are: SECOND CLASS HOXOIRS (IPPER DIVISION): Miss Koh Yah Lee. Lee Van Tuck. Miss Low Chye Tin. Ong Eng Tian. Miss Seeloh Hoy Cheng. SECOND CLASS HONOURS (63 words)
  • Pahang's first MB buried [Articles]
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    Pahang's first MB buried KUANTAN. Fri Pahang's first Mentrl Besar. Dato Mahmud bin Mat. 77. who died yesterday, was burled at the royal cemetery at K&mpong Merhum In Pekan about 35 miles from here this morning. He was accorded the full traditional honours of a state chieftain. (47 words)
  • Support in Malaysia for trade mission to Peking plan [Articles]
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    Support in Malaysia for trade mission to Peking plan KUALA LUMPUR. Fri.— Chinese businessmen and industrialists here today supported a move by the United Chambers of Commerce to organise a Malaysian trade mission to mainland China. The annual general meeting of the Selangor Chinese Chamber of Commerce agreed to back (169 words)
  • Wallet found in taxi [Articles]
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    Wallet found in taxi SINGAPORE, Fri. Taxidriver Lim He Liat, 30, of Sembawang Road, is anxious to return a wallet which he found on the rear floorboard of his taxi early this morning. The wallet has the naval identity card of Mr. Tre- I menheer Geoffrey Hugh, of the Australian (80 words)
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  • The Straits Times
    • RUIN IN PAKISTAN [Articles]
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      RUIN IN PAKISTAN The news from East Pakistan is less appalling only because there is less fighting. This is a considerable change for the better, but the rest of the news is anything but reassuring. There are eyewitness stories of bombing, of the pursuit of refugees making their way to (434 words)
    • A LOOK AT THE POST [Articles]
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      A LOOK AT THE POST About time, too, is fair comment on the news that Singapore's postal services are to be re-organised. The first stafie in this process began when two experts frcm the National Productivity Centre moved into Fullerton Building to begin their study. Relays of experts will continue (257 words)
    • CASINOS FOR TOURISTS [Articles]
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      CASINOS FOR TOURISTS Having received parliamentary approval, casinos will soon begin coining paoney in Malaysia, starting with the resort at Genting Heights. Nobody has visions of Malaysia competing with Las Vegas or Monte Carlo, but that people are willing to invest in casinos in this country shows confidence in their (289 words)
  • ALLIANCE SEEKS A DECISIVE MAJORITY [Articles + Illustrations]
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    ALLIANCE SEEKS A DECISIVE MAJORITY DAHARI ALI: KUALA LUMPUR THE KAPAR BY-ELECTION I BY THE Alliance is determined to win today's Kapar parliamentary by-election in Selangor with an impressive majority. It expects about 70 per cent of Kapar's 26,370 electorate (13.182 Malays, 9,916 Chinese 2.967 Indians and the rest others) (655 words)
  • LETTERS
    • Action against the felling of trees [Letters]
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      Action against the felling of trees REFER to recent statements in the Straits Times about forest areas in Rompin, Pahang. Investigations have been carried out and it was found that some Illegal felling has been committed in this area. The Forest Department has, therefore, taken action to deal with persons (101 words)
    • TRYING TO PAY A BILL [Letters]
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      TRYING TO PAY A BILL PAYING ONE'S water bill In the Sltlawan area Is practically a blood, sweat and tears operation. To do so, a consumer has to lake time oft from work ar.d travel to the Lumut J.K.R. office, seven miies away. The distance Is greater for some these (100 words)
    • Dentistry [Letters]
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      Dentistry IN REPLY to Tooth- Ache, Trengganu, who complained that there has been no dental officer In Kemaman for nine months, I wish to state that a dental officer has been posted there with effect from March 20. DR. DHARAM SINGH Ketua Pegawai Perubatan dan Krsihatan Trengganu (47 words)
    • Untitled [Letters]
      • Page 12
      rE Government's Intention to prohibit the sale of all types of medicines by pedlars (ST., March 30) should be reviewed, because this proposal if Implement- ed would affect the livelihood of those who sell such medicines from house to house. Some pedlars sell locally made medicines known as Malay herte, (83 words)
    • Parking [Letters]
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      Parking ("AR OWNERS are a cursed" class when it it comes to finding a parking place in Kota Bharu. Round and round we go, especially on market days, loonklng for a vacant spot. All the space 1s taken up by bicycles and motor cycies parked so selfishly that it is (67 words)
    • CLEANING UP FLATS [Letters]
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      CLEANING UP FLATS CONCERNED (ST. March 3) complained of the insanitary condition of the flats belong- > Ing to the Malayan Railway Authority and surrounding areas at Kampong Bahru Road and suggested that Government take over the upkeep of the area. It is not government policy to take over the (87 words)
  • Calley -criminal or army scapegoat? [Articles]
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    • OFNS
    Calley -criminal or army scapegoat? WILLIAM MILLINSHIP MURDER TRIAL MAY INCREASE AMERICAN IMPATIENCE TO END WAR IN VIETNAM By Washington PRESIDENT Nixon has ordered that Lieutenant Calley be released from his prison stockade and permitted to live In officers' quarters until he has exhausted appeals against his life sentence. TH (1006 words)
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  • WORLD NEWS
    • Sadat renews offer to open Canal [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Sadat renews offer to open Canal CAIRO. Friday. PRESIDENT SADAT has renewed an earlier offer to reopen the blocked Suez Canal for navigation immediately after a partial withdrawal by Israeli forces from the waterway's east bank. The President reiterated his proposal in a comprehensive review last night of Eevot's attitude (378 words)
    • Israeli David against Soviet Goliath: Mrs. Meir [Articles]
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      Israeli David against Soviet Goliath: Mrs. Meir TEL AVIV, Fri. Prime Minister Mrs. (iolda Meir portrayed brad last night :is l)a\id standing f.i>t iii:ain-,i the Soviet (.ninth in the Middle I .Ist "Man] thousand Soviet soldier:), including officers .in;l many dozen neneruls, art- Nt.indini; on our Egyptian and Syrian borders.'* (245 words)
    • Three with fake bomb charged [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Three with fake bomb charged IJONG KONG, Fri.—Po- lice yesterday charged three Chinese youths with possession of what a spokesman described as a simulated bomb as u.e widespread bomb reports in Hong Kong passed the 100 mark. The police spokesman said the young men. who reported to a police post (117 words)
    • Britain rejects 'diplomat framed' note by Russia [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Britain rejects 'diplomat framed' note by Russia LONDON, Fri. Britain last night formally rejected a Soviet protest note claiming a provocation against a member of its embassy in London. Tne Soviet Embassy had said that one of Its diplorr.ats ellegedly involved In a shoplifting Incident in London was framed. The (245 words)
    • Dame Kathleen dies, 68 [Articles]
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      • AP
      Dame Kathleen dies, 68 LONDON. Fri— Dame Kathleen Lonsdale. indefatigable lighter for peace, science and women's rights, died yesterday ufter a prolonged illness. She was 68. The daughter of an Irish village postmaster, she travelled and lectured througout the world. Four years ago she became the first woman president cf (63 words)
    • New race Bill: Callaghan calls it a massive swindle [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      New race Bill: Callaghan calls it a massive swindle LONDON. FriEleven Pakistanis who flew in here saying thty were an ice hockey team were put aboard a return flight to Pakistan today. They had no hockey sticks and an airline official said their story certainly sounded as if they were (232 words)
    • Firing squad for three [Articles]
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      • AP
      Firing squad for three TEKERAN. Fri Three heroin smusft'-en- were executed by firing squad here yesterday, it was announced. According to the new antidrug l.tw. anyone in possession of more than two kilo.s 0< opium or more than ten kilos of heroin, morphine or cocaine faces death by firing squad.— (51 words)
    • River mishap [Articles]
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      • UPI
      River mishap BANGKOK. Fri. A ferry on the Chao Phya River yesterday rammed a taxi boat, hurling su screaming passengers into the water. Two schoolgirls were missing and presumed dead. UPI. (31 words)
    • Graft Bill [Articles]
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      Graft Bill JAKARTA. Fri. President Suharto has signed an antu corruptlon Bill under which offenders are liable to jail for life for misusing State funds. Reuter. (26 words)
    • A THAI MOVE TO STARVE REDS [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      A THAI MOVE TO STARVE REDS BANGKOK, Friday. THE Chief of Staff of the Supreme Command said yesterday mountainous parts of three provinces would be declared restricted areas, in an effort to cut off supplies of food and weapons to communist terrorists Air Chief Marshal Dawee Chullasapya announced the move (177 words)
    • Kidnap bid: Woman journalist is held [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Kidnap bid: Woman journalist is held BONN. Ftida DOLICE in Cologne yesterday arrested Mrs. Beate Klarsfeld. a freelance Journalist, on a charge of participating in the attempted kidnapping last week of the man who was the Gestapo chief in Paris during its occupation by Nazi forces In World War 11. (295 words)
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      With Swissair to the heart of Europe in one day's light Swissair introduces: Daylight Flights I Swissair's Daylight Flights to the to the heart of Europe. Twice each week heart of Europe we leave Singapore in the morning and fly in Monday \\e~ c..:.y full daylight all the way to (184 words)
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  • WORLD NEWS 2
    • 70,000 lose homes in big fire [Articles + Illustrations]
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      70,000 lose homes in big fire MANILA. Fri ITI One of the Philippines' bigtest fires in postwar years rased through the ni^ht yesterday up to early this morning, leveiiac some 15 blocks in the Tondo district of Manila and rendering about 70.000 people homcle>s An unidentified old man reportedly died (157 words)
    • AGNEW CALLS CRITICS 'HOME FRONT SNIPERS' [Articles]
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      AGNEW CALLS CRITICS 'HOME FRONT SNIPERS' WASHINGTON, Friday. yiCE-PRESIDENT Agnew called critics of the war in Indo-China '"home front snipers" yesterday and accused them of having fostered a negative attitude toward American combat veterans. Mr. Agnew said the war had been described almost daily as worthless and lmmoial by "some (298 words)
    • New Marshal of RAF [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      New Marshal of RAF LONDON, PrL Air Chief Marshal Sir John Orandy h»s been promoted to Marshal of the RAP on relinquishing his appointment as Chief of Air Staff, the Defence Ministry announced. He is succeeded by Air Chle: Marshal Sir Denis Spctswood a* Air Btaß Chief. Reuter. (48 words)
    • China issues 489th warning against Americans [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      China issues 489th warning against Americans UONG KONG. Fri. —The 11 Chinese Foreign Mi nlstry has accused the United States of carrying out military provocations against its country, the New China News Agency reported today. A U.S. warship intruded into China's territorial waters in the southern Chinese province of Kwantitung (104 words)
    • Ali's case up for hearing [Articles]
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      • AP
      Ali's case up for hearing WASHINGTON. Fri. The Supreme Court here will hear argument on Muhammad Alls military drait evasion conviction on April 19. The one-hour hearing will be divided between All's lawyers and those for the Justice De- j partment. The key issue is whether the rormer heavyweight boxing (67 words)
    • Pact with China [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Pact with China HONO KONO. Fri. China and Mauritania have signed an economic and technical co-opera-tion agreement in Peking, the New China news agency reported today. Reuter. (27 words)
    • Murder plot woman gets life [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Murder plot woman gets life MANILA. Fri. A I imprisonment for hiring a i?unmu to kill a bank City, ju.-t outside Mani--1». in Febi v Judge Wilfndo De Los Al of the Qur<!on City coui: that hi' had imposed th< sentence instead o! tin- dra h penalty on Miss Cecilia (77 words)
    • Menuhin helps BBC fool the listeners [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Menuhin helps BBC fool the listeners I ONDON. Fri. Violinist Yehudl Menuiiln helped the BBC fool millions of radio listeners yesterday with a carefully arranged April Fools Day joke, It waa disclosed today. The Bishop of Southwark, Dr. Mervyn Stockwood. and British pianist and composer Donald Swarm also joined in. (110 words)
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      RRR^RRR^RJL they shrank and shrank. Shrinkage is Jm\^ an expensive word. You can avoid it by %»< J looking for the trademark 'Sanforized. When you buy work clothes, or any i* other garments made of cotton or cotton blended with man-made fibers, be sure the label says 'Sanforized. It is (524 words)
  • WORLD NEWS 3
    • Poseidon sub now within striking distance of Russia [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Poseidon sub now within striking distance of Russia WASHINGTON. Friday I yHE first U.S. submarine to be equipped with multi-warhead Poseidon missiles was on patrol in the Atlantic today, boosting the punch of America's undersea strike force within range of the Soviet Union. The Defence Department disclosed that the nuclearpowered (395 words)
    • 45 hurt in collapse [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      45 hurt in collapse PIACENZA (Italy*. Fri. Forty-five women were injured when the floor of a cemetery chapel collapsed during a service yesterday hurling them Into the crypt The collapse occurred at the cemetery of Ponte Dell-Ogho In Val dl Nure near Placenza, during a weekly memorial service. Two were (53 words)
    • A $500,000 to research [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      A $500,000 to research MELBOURNE. Fri— Property owner Frederick Oillet who died of cancer last year at the age of 61 has left more than A&CC.CM in bJi v. io cencer research. His brother. Mr. Sydney Gillet, said after the will was published here today: "He made his will long (59 words)
    • EASE UP CALL TO AUSSIE UNIONS [Articles]
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      • UPI
      EASE UP CALL TO AUSSIE UNIONS pERTH. Fri. Japanese Industrialists yesterday appealed to Australian trade unions to soften their attitude towards imported Japanese workers. At a Press conference here, Mr. Shinpei Omoto, deputy leader of the Japanese Government economic mission to Australia, said: "I understand there is some difficulty of (196 words)
    • FAULKNER WINS APPROVAL TO SMASH THE IRA [Articles + Illustrations]
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      • AP
      FAULKNER WINS APPROVAL TO SMASH THE IRA TONDON, Fri. Northern Ireland's New Prime Minister, Brian Faulkn<r, won British approval yesterday for toucher measures against gunmen of the Irish Republican Army (IRA). But, In talks with Prime Minister Edward Heath. Mr. Faulkner (above) agreed that the crackdown could be carried out (281 words)
    • Tax cause of man's suicide [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Tax cause of man's suicide FLORENCE. Pri. Millions of Italians manage to dodge the tax man. but for 53-year-old bruns Giacinti the buruen was too g:eat. He committed sucide by poisoning himself yesterday. A note found beside the body read: "Taxes, taxes, taxes higher than my earnings. Now take me (53 words)
    • Why men lose out to their wives in US [Articles]
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      Why men lose out to their wives in US SANTA BARBARA, Fri.— Seven years a.TO a leading British Dsvchiatrist canie to the United States and reported that he found American men henpecked. Now he's back and says things are worse. "I must say I'm terribly disappointed since I arrived in (246 words)
    • MAN PAYS $350,000 FOR WIFE'S RELEASE [Articles]
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      MAN PAYS $350,000 FOR WIFE'S RELEASE CHICAGO, Friday. BANKER handed over US$llB,OOO ransom to a woman motorist here yesterday after a man entered his home, tied up his wife and threatened to kill her. The FBI. after a citywide search, today announced the arrest of two men and a woman. (275 words)
    • Guards at schools after rape of girl, 9 [Articles]
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      Guards at schools after rape of girl, 9 I ONDON, Fri. Securit> guards have been placed at two primary schools in London's East End borough of Hackney and may be placed at more following the rape of a nine-year old girl. In addition, school principals in the area have been (136 words)
    • Six die in rail disaster [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Six die in rail disaster JAKARTA. Fri. Six people were killed and 21 mtured when six rail coaches were derailed at Tebmg Tinggi in South Sumatra. the Communication Ministry said today. Local authorities were investigating the incident. which occurred on March 25. the MiDistry said. Reuter. (46 words)
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  • TIMES CITY DESK
    • CHIEF PRICE CHANGES [Articles]
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      CHIEF PRICE CHANGES RISES Roxy $2.14 B. Raya $0.49 Sel Dredge $3.28 Wilkinson $3 48 A G $0.79 rractor $2.30 FALLS Wearnes $2.63 .09 .08 .08 .06 .05 .04 —.10 retalinr $3.38 —.06 A. Flour $1.48 —.04 k'eneer $1.51 —.04 »rima $1.66 —.04 Pan. El. $0.97 —.03 [si. Hotel $0.31 (65 words)
    • Straits Times Indices [Articles]
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      Straits Times Indices Apr. 1 Apr. Industrials: 147.52 147.01 I HoUls: 69.11 69.J1 •Properties: 111.91 111.9: t Tin*: 90.U1 90.0) rubbers: 114.35 114.3: Dee. 30. 1966 100 'Dec. 31, 1968 100 tDec. 29, 1862 100 (35 words)
    • WEEK ENDS ON QUIET NOTE [Articles]
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      WEEK ENDS ON QUIET NOTE THE Stock Exchange of Malaysia and Singapore closed the week on a quiet note with slightly easier tendency prevailing in most sections. Lower investment following was apparent, causing a half-point drop in the Straits Times Industrial Ordinary Share Index. The speculative build-up noted in Borneo (225 words)
    • Asian Dollar [Articles]
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      Asian Dollar THE following Asian Dollar rates were quoted yesterday by Bank of America. The rates are for deposits of U5525,000 and above. One month 4 15 16p.c. Two months 415 16p.c. Three months 5 3 16p.c. Six months 5 5/8 p.c. Nine months 5 7/8 p.c. Twelve months 6 (51 words)
    • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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      CLOSING PRICES 810 AND OFFER PRICES OFFICIALLY LISTED AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS IN THE SINCAPORE AND KUALA LUMPUR TRADINC ROOMS OF THE STOCK EXCHANGE WITH PRICE MOVEMENTS IN BRACKETS YESTERDAY WERE: UNIT TRUST (Alia Unit Ttult) (Manager!' price* 1* AprH 5) Mai. Invest Fund 129 1.34 Mai Ptok Fund (1095 words)
    • BUSINESS DONE [Articles]
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      BUSINESS DONE rjUSINESS in and leported to D the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rocms of the Stock Exchange yesterday with the number of shares traded shown In brackets In lote of 1,000 unless otherwise specmea. INDUSTRIALS Acma (1) $142. Alcan (1) $138. B. Kawat (2) $116, (1) $116 D. (903 words)
    • Kempas suffers setback [Articles]
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      Kempas suffers setback 17EMPAS (Malaya) suffered a setback in 1970 on lower rubber prices But for a sizeable rise in investment income, the downturn might have been more severe. Pre-tax profits dipped 5.2 per cent from 1969's $5.6 million to $5.4 million last year. However the actual damage caused by (474 words)
    • Exchange rates [Articles]
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      Exchange rates rE Association of Banks in Malaysia-Singapore announced these best agreed merchant rates as at April 2. >r Foreign Currency Sterling Pound \ustralian Dollar *Jew Zealand Dollar south Arabian Dinar J.S. Dollar Ixxral dollars to 100 units )f Foreign Currency 3elgian Francs 3urmese Kyats Ceylon Rupees Danish Kroner Deutsche (159 words)
    • Untitled [Articles]
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      CHERSONESE (F.M.S.) Estates achieved pre-tax profits of £301,463 lor 1970, up 26 per cent from the £239.903 for 1969. Chief revenue contributor Is oil palms, which improved the 1969 performance of £44,796 almost three-fold to give £123,036 to total profits. Profits from coconuts were slightly down at £90,245, while those (73 words)
    • Exchange rates
      • Tin is down again [Articles]
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        Tin is down again rE Straits tin price In Penang yesterday shed $2.37 i to $644 per plcul on an official offering down 29 tons to 256 tons. The overnight London metal price wasiJlso easier and fell £4. The market was barely steady with moderate buying support from the United (224 words)
      • PRODUCERS' VOTES REVISED [Articles]
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        • REUTER
        PRODUCERS' VOTES REVISED rE International Tin Council's (ITC) redetermlned percentages and votes of producing members under the third International Tin Agreement became effective from Thursday. The new structure Is as follows with the previous redetermlnatlon made on Sept 17. 1968 In brackets: Bolivia percentage 18.737 (17.474) votes 187 (179)Congo Kinshasa (80 words)
      • WORLD GOLD PRICES [Articles]
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        WORLD GOLD PRICES (1) Export prlct In non-rterllng trtti la U.S. dollirs per ounc*. (2) Local dealcri prlc«a In Blncapor* dollan per tael. Thofirt.y WtdfMMay •U.S. tut M.SO M.575 k'rot UNCH 38.28 longkonc 40.20 40.23 Zurich M.MB M.HSB 59.00S M»SS ■»ni W. 19 39 1} I'pore (1) 40.423 40.35 I'pore (53 words)
      • PRODUCE PRICES [Articles]
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        PRODUCE PRICES /"■MINIS! PRODUCE EXCHANGE V SINCAPORE NOON CLOSINC PRICES PER PICUL YESTERDAY. Coconut Oil: bulk SS7 sellers, drum tset sellers. Copra: Mixed ifo.b) loose Apr May UK Com. MS B Pepper: Muntok ASTA white fob lim M.W SITS sellers. Sarawak white f.o.b. 96 NLW $165 sellers. Sarawak ipecial black (111 words)
      • CLOSING PRICES [Articles]
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        CLOSING PRICES APRIL 2. RUBBER 107.00 cents per kilo (up 0.75 cent). TIN: $644.00 (d0wn 52.37.J Official offering 256 tons (down 29 tons). (23 words)
      • PLAM OIL [Articles]
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        PLAM OIL In London on Thursday the price of Malayan 5 per cent CIF UK N. European port* in bulk, sterling per long ton May June was quoted at UKUIS i Com. »275, sellers. (34 words)
    • RUBBER GAINS [Articles]
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      RUBBER GAINS OPENING prices In the rubber market yesterday were quoted about unchanged from Thursday's close. It ruled quietly steady on demand for April and May RSS One which met with a reserve of sellers. After mid-day, values Improved a further 0.50 cent per kilo but turnover was limited. Physicals (453 words)
    • Trading slows down [Articles]
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      Trading slows down 'T'RADINO slowed down this week, say Singapore rubber and produce brokers Green Collier In their weekly rubber report. April paper ranged from an Impregnable low of 106 to a high of 1074 cents. May passed at between l'-j cei.ts and 1 cent premium to A^iil. Forwards were (222 words)
    • Capital boost for Gammon approved [Articles]
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      Capital boost for Gammon approved TT TOOK sharehold- ers six minutes to pass a resolution to double Gammon South-East Asia's authorised capital from $15 million to $30 million at the extraordinary general meeting in Petaling Jaya yesterday. The creation of 15 million new shares will now pave the way for (321 words)
    • Untitled [Articles]
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      SKAFIKLD Amaglamated Rubbers chairman, Mr. A. H. Marshall, forecasts that profits for the current year to Sept. 30 may approach those of 1969--70 when pre-tax profits of $1.94 million were achieved. Over the next five years, the conversion of estates to oil palms will continue, and although rubber areas will (170 words)
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      • Melbourne [Articles]
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        Melbourne itfELBOURNE. Frl. Mining TX shares were slightly easier on the Melbourne Stock Exchange today. Trading was slower than yesterday. Stocks weakened shortly after lunch, but recovered In later trudlng to close slightly below yesterday's levels. Today's closing middle prices in Australian dollars and cents with the difference on yesterday's (282 words)
      • Indices [Articles]
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        Indices FINANCIAL TIMES TINS Thursday 64 13 Wednesday 64 19 Week ago 63.48 RCBBERS Thursday 167.09 Wednesday 166 22 Week ago 166.77 OILS Thursday 273 61 Wednesday 273 30 Week ago 269.86 INDUSTRIALS Thursday 347 3 Wednesday 347.2 Week ago 32 6.8 DOW JONES AVERAGE INDUSTRIALS Thursday 903.88 Wednesday 904 (79 words)
      • New York [Articles]
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        New York NEW YORK, Thurs. The stock market overcame some early small declines to finish little changed with market averages slightly higher. Declining Issues narrowly led the gainers and volume was a moderate 13.5 million shares Todiy's cluing prices In US dollars followed by the differences on yesterday s prices. (221 words)
      • Hong Kong [Articles]
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        Hong Kong TJONO KONO. Fri. The xx market held well with favourites firm. Amalx&matrd Rubber came back to HKJ2 75 on the announcement of an Interim dividend of HK seven cents as against HKIO cents paid last year. The turnover value for the day was HK56.94 million Today's closing middle (205 words)
      • Hong Kong rates [Articles]
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        Hong Kong rates On the free exchang* market In Hong Konr yesterday the U.B. dollar ju<««« •< «0273 for TT. and 6.0150 for cash Sterling was quoted at 14.48 and one tael of gold at 291.23. (London prices: See Back Pace) (40 words)
  • Pillay and Ismail are joint chairmen of the MSA [Articles]
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    Pillay and Ismail are joint chairmen of the MSA CINGAPORE, Fri. The Governments of Singapore and Malaysia have named the two joint chairmen to nead the board of MalaysiaSingapore Airlines. They are the Permanent Secretary of the Singapore Defence Ministry, Mr J V M Pillay, who is chairman i Singapore (298 words)
  • Rotan, jail for two vandals [Articles]
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    Rotan, jail for two vandals SINGAPORE, Frl A Public Utllltiea Board trainee litter Sabari bin Sallm. 29. and a Hurt ol Singapore Authority deck hand. Mt.hamed bin Abdul Ghani, 30. were sentenced to three months jail and three of the rotan each for vandalism They admitted dismantling copper cables worth (60 words)
  • Marriage? First get my father's approval... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Marriage? First get my father's approval... NELLIE HAR: STORY BY PICTURE BY HAN HAI FONG I ELAX. You'll have to x get her father first! That's Shirley Yu, the "love equation girl" from Triwan. Shirley is the singer who popularised that amazing Mandarin love-song entitled "X I LOVE" (in plain (201 words)
  • Ganja musician fined [Articles]
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    Ganja musician fined SINGAPORE. Fri —Former musician Syed Abdul Kadlr. 25. WSJ fined $500 or two months' jail today for having 100 kartoos of ganja In Geylang Road on Oct. 9 last year. In mitigation. Mr. Syed Almenoar, defending, said Abdul Kadlr was addicted to the drug and he had (56 words)
  • TRAIN KILLS HEALTH WALK MAN, 79 [Articles]
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    TRAIN KILLS HEALTH WALK MAN, 79 SINGAPORE. Frl— A 79--year-old man. whose habit in the last five years had been a daily health walk along a railway track at 10th mile Bukii Panjang. was killed t-)day by a train. Mull Kamal. of Lorong Three. Bukit Gombak. on* Bukit Timah Road, (134 words)
  • No work permits [Articles]
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    No work permits BUTTERWORTH. Prl. Two shopkeepers here were fined $250 each for employing non-cttlxens without a work permit. (19 words)
  • Action against rude operators [Articles]
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    Action against rude operators KUALA LUMPUR. Fri Action will be taken against rude telephone operators, the Telecommunications Department warned today. (20 words)
  • Bowling wife and her betting debts... [Articles]
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    Bowling wife and her betting debts... SINGAPORE, Fri BANK officer's wife, who incurred $.'M)00 gambling debts by betting in bowling games, left him alter ;i "violent" quarrel four years ago and never returned, the High Court heard today. Lav Chin Tiong, 40. who was granted a djvorce on grounds of (481 words)
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      On your TV and Radio 12.55 P.M. Opening and Astroboj 1.3S My Three Sons Good Guys 1.20 Farmer's Daughter "An Affair Finish Last of States" 7.10 International Zone— Stephen— 1.45 Speedworld "Road America" A UN Series hosted by Alistair thrills some ot the greatest Cooke motor racing events in the (211 words)
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      4.55 P.M. Opening and Music Work 1.20 News (M) >« t h °P,S, Bll c mbo (n n Beethweni M 5 K eron,bong Batek (Repeat) L» E°ni.,S ftifcrffl 11 9 15 £T f 1"-? TT CIO Sandiwara-Mak Kepoh (Repeat! Girl Cantonese feature Mm, 7.00 News (T) tl English subtitles) 7.10 (638 words)
  • Theatre Trust chief's novel with local flavour [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Theatre Trust chief's novel with local flavour CINGAPORE, Fri. National Theatre Trust chairman, Dr. Goh Poh Seng, has written a novel his first set in contemporary Singapore. It will be released later this year. Mr. Donald Moore, the local publisher handling Dr. Goh's novel, said today that he was sure (280 words)
  • Zaleha is happy at chance to join Ngee Ann College [Articles + Illustrations]
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    Zaleha is happy at chance to join Ngee Ann College CHEW LEE CHING: By Singapore, Friday EIGHTEEN year Old Zaleha binte Burok (above) prides herself in being a luck girl. She has a good reason to feel th.it way. She is one of the two girls in the first batch (224 words)
  • Use our excellent facilities for publishing: Toh [Articles]
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    Use our excellent facilities for publishing: Toh SINGAPORE, Fri. International publishing firms were today urged by the Minister for Science and Technology, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, to use Singapore's excellent facilities for publishing and printing. Opening the first Singapore International Book Fair at the Sea View Hotel, Dr. Toh said: (294 words)
  • Higher slaughter fees postponement hailed [Articles]
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    Higher slaughter fees postponement hailed SINGAPORE, Frl. Singapore pork merchants today expressed relief at the Government postponement of higher slaughtering fees. The legal adviser of the Singapore Pork Merchants Association, Mr. Thomas Chan, said: "The sympathy and flexibility of attitude shown by the authorities at the request of the pork (137 words)
  • PAP OFFICIALS FOR ISRAEL MEETING [Articles + Illustrations]
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    PAP OFFICIALS FOR ISRAEL MEETING CINGAPORE, Frl Three PAP officials left last night to attend the first elected congress of the Israel Labour Party In Jerusalem and Tel Aviv from Sunday to Tuesday. They are Mr. Lawrence Sia, MP for Moulmein, Inche Bulat bin Abdul Hamid. secretary of the Pasir (115 words)
  • Page 18 Advertisements
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      1 jaß^ Eye Society Do your thing to your /-\/^""~"\Q I own beat at The Eye ys&jJT^m^l from dusk to dawn. The (y^zZ^Q Eye. The swinging disco that has it. the eye Ijjl CIJSCADENHQUSE HOTEL SPECIAL EXCURSION TOURS it Lw 4^H sfj^B* I^^ P b^b^bß -JL "^Waflßt Itlal^H,^ I TO: (223 words)
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      FURTHER REDUCTIONS MANMATTAN/WHITMONT Longsleeves Busintu Shirtt Colored, *•>'♦?, eh«ck» and i B&T^bl COUNTRYCLUB/WMITMONT Sports and Butincis Shirts (Assorted Styles). Normal Price 525-50 $32-80 NOW $13-90 styles and colours (Continental, Countryclub, Jonticn, Coopers, Normal Price 527-90 $46-20 NOW $16-90 IOCw CoNon knit Briefs and Singletj $1-00 each. Polyester woven Pantsults tor (186 words)
  • Foreman saw his labourer buried alive [Articles]
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    Foreman saw his labourer buried alive CINGAPORE, Fri. A foreman at a worksite watched helplessly as he saw one of his labourers buried alive in a narrow trench when its walls suddenly caved in. a coroner's court heard today. Ngo Song Lim, 42, a forewltb Nue Boon Lai ractors, was (209 words)
  • Naval Base gift for worker [Articles]
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    Naval Base gift for worker SINGAPORE. Fri. A Naval Base Port Auxiliary Service worker. Mr P. Balakrishnan Pillai. received an Inscribed sliver silver (or his 39 years' service to the Base on his retirement today. The Captain o( the Yard, Captain HL. Garnons-Wllliamx. Dresented the salver to Mr. PUlai (49 words)
  • Car loans Bill [Articles]
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    Car loans Bill SEREMBAN, Prl. DemoAction Party members In the Legislative Assembly today abstained from voting (or a Bill t>> increase car loans (or assemblymen from $5,000 to $8,000. The BUI was passed. (33 words)
  • FORMER DIPLOMAT TO STUDY STORE'S ECONOMY [Articles + Illustrations]
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    FORMER DIPLOMAT TO STUDY STORE'S ECONOMY SINGAPORE Fri. Mr. Amrtito K Mutiu. 51 (above), the former Philippines Ambassador t" the Batted States, is in SiniMpon- to sneak at the laveecs (Junior Chamber International) 1971 conference. But his main purpose here, he said today, uas to "look atoMd at Singapore and (129 words)
  • HOLIDAY-MAKERS FROM THE OILFIELDS [Articles]
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    HOLIDAY-MAKERS FROM THE OILFIELDS CINGAPORE, Fri. The fast pace of progress and development in Brunei and East Malaysia has resulted in a heavy increase in holiday and business travel out of the region. This was stated today by BOAC's marketing officer for South-east Asia. Mr. Barry Barnard, who has just (112 words)
  • Mahathir speaks up for the PMIP [Articles]
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    Mahathir speaks up for the PMIP BY ELECTION A TEST FOR UMNO LEADERS KLANG. Friday JTOHMKK I'mno Central Executive Council member. Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamed, spoke at a PMIP by-election rally at Jeram, 18 miles from here, last night In his hour-long speech, he stressed that he was not a (298 words)
  • Rush for Bus Guide: 30,000 copies sold out [Articles]
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    Rush for Bus Guide: 30,000 copies sold out CINGAPORE. Fri. Sold out like hot cakes! That was exactly what happened to more than 30.000 copies of the official Singapore Bus Guide in English early this morning when they were put on sale for the first time. At the General Post (467 words)
  • Testimonials for eight [Articles]
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    Testimonials for eight ViNGAPORE. Fri Eight local employees of the British Army who among them had a total of 192 years of service were today presented with testimonials In a ceremony at Far East Land Forces headquarters In Tanglin. Britain's Army Commander in the Far East, Maj -Oen. Walter Thomas, (54 words)
  • Officials of SPCA [Articles]
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    Officials of SPCA SINGAPORE. Fri Mr AW. Kirby. a businessman. was elected chairman of the Society lor the Prevention of. Cruelty to Animals at Its annual meeting on March 29. Other officials elected were: Mi. S.W.H. Ashcrolt (vke chairman), Mrs. Helen Metes (secretary, and Mr. M.H. Namazie (treasurer) (48 words)
  • MP to visit kampongs [Articles]
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    MP to visit kampongs SINGAPORE. Fri The MP for Telok Blangah. Mr. N. Oovindasamy. will tour Kampong Heap Ouan San and Kampong Jalan Bangesl on Sunday at 10 am. He will be accompanied by the constituency's citizens consultative committee. (39 words)
  • Page 19 Advertisements
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      aflLwAiflr^ LShRH^A L^ B %%A m "M^iiff Wff It "ffff ii The Penguin Book Room 23- B, Coleman Street, Widest Selection of Penguin Books in Singapore. The Penguin Book Room is the treasurehouse you must go to if you want to find the complete range of Penguins. Pelicans for serious (116 words)
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      Jk Philippine f TRADE E TOURISM EXHIBITION SPONSORED BY THE EMBASSY OF THE PHILIPPINES at the VICTORIA MEMORIAL HALL SINGAPORE OPEN TO PUBLIC: sth 11th April 1971, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. SuiaCUMcifftL^ _s~ kxl iDnLlDlilud^ The largest display of Philippine ■^/fJ>fC^t^/Y. j^Bf^^^lfrfr) Jl l ?"\Tr hand cra ts and (273 words)
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      Acknowledgements THI FAMILY OF late Mr. Thong Ah Chong thanks Parish Priest. Brothers, staff and pupils. St. Paul s Instltu tion blood donors, doctors, nurses of Ward 36. Hospital Seremban. sisters and staff of G H I J. Malacca. Good Shepherd sisters, relatives, friends for their kindness, condolences, masses and (905 words)
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      HOUSING A DEVELOPMENT BOARO SINCAPORE. Applications are Invited from Singapore Citizens for posts of works apprentice for the following two courses: (a) building works (b) civil engineering works. Applicants should state in their applications if they wish to be considered for EITHER (a) OR (bi. Qualifications Holders of the Cambridge (1010 words)
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      JUNIOR CLIRK required by well established Company. Qualifications Singapore Citizenship, good School Certificate with credit In English and Mathematics, ability to type. Please apply with full particulars to Box A 6580 ST. Spore APPLICANTS replying to Box Numbers for Vacancies are required not to enclose original copies of testimonials or (967 words)
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      HAROWORKING SALESMEN preferably with furniture/paint shop connection required for sale expansion. Bright prospect. Salary com. mission negotiable. Box A 6577 S.T. Spore. ACCOUNTS CLERKS, Sales Represen tatives. wanted. Good prospects. Apply personal director. P.O. Box 2924. Spore. EXPERIENCED DRIVER WANTED (dlst. 10) Contact Spore XXXXX7 for details. SALESMEN, hard-working and (998 words)
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      WATTBN ESTATE Dlst. 11 2store> 4-bedroom garden house luxuriously furnished atrconditloned contact B'pore XXXXX6. BEAUTIFUL TIRRACE HOUSI to let Jalan Meragl B'pore IS furnished UM'-. Contact Ooodearth Realty Pte Ltd. Tel XXXXX6 8 pore FULLY FURNISHED terrace house 61. Brldport Avenue (Serangoon Garden Estate) Rent S3OO/- Contact Ng XXXXX/XXXXX Spore. (1059 words)
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      DISTRICT 11: Storey 3 Spacious Bedroomed Semi-detached House with built-in Wardrobes. Panoramic view. elevated site. 3.216 sq ft. 2 Bathrooms. Servant's room. separate Toilet. Basement for Storage 5115.000 3raddell Heights Blngle Storey Detached Bungalow. 2 Bathrooms. Servant s Room. Tiled Floor. 10. 000 sq ft. SISS.OOO/-. Phone Phone XXXXX XXXXX (1000 words)
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      4EWINC MACHINE Sale/Rental Repair Cheonc l>ee Co.. 373. North Brldf* Road. Tel: S pore XXXXX. FURNITURE FOR MIRE at 81a Ooe Sen*. 83 Rochore Canal Road. Tel: JlO3l. B'pore. TV/Radio sales services TV RADIO :>ay NikM vrvice Recrda. tta tapes, BMetrlcal Koods as H P term* Fully guaranteed. Coluro- ..'Ctronic. (1006 words)
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      I UIIIMK ANO I THE I v 1.,C0 .TININTAL POWI iISON Li»trpool, GliJfo. ApT'l ftr" 7 Am *l7iO AjHi THFSEUI li.irpool. Oelfif GlUfow Apr 1 Ap II Jp I*7 Ap I MIHfLAUI A»onmouth, Live poll Apr I Aar 12 Aar 11/11 MOMETNEUI Liverpool. Glajf, Apr 11 ijr 14 I '^.nt" (1292 words)
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      IHECT TO HAMBURG 111 30 lAYI i f Sham Pining Singapore LOAOINI FOOi POONA Apr 14/10 Apr IT/11 Apr 11/21 C blanca. H'burg.B'men. K'dan. Adam. G'burg, C'hafen, Airhus. '•PAN Apr 21/20 Apr 11 21 Apr 20/1 Hamburg/Bremen. A'dam/R'dam. 1 A'ararp, Olio, G'burg, Malmo. C'nagen. SONGKHLA Ma; 0/12 Ma; 11/14 Ma;F19,17 (1086 words)
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      EXPRESS SERVICE TO LONPOH, LIVEIPOOL t CONTIWEWTaM POITS. RCklAPkl F For Mv M DCPIMI\F\LC G'mouth Ma; ll Smiipore f. Shim Pening Rotterdam May 24 Sa'ied la Pt/Apr 9 Apr 1/ J Mtm l u **> Singapore P Shan Penang London May 7 Aar 4/ 0 Cmouth May 17 Singapore P. (1065 words)
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      KAWASAKI KISF.N KAISHA LTD. Wast AuatralU/Singaporc/Japan Service Frtnuntit Spore Keeliwg YNkjichi/fagoya Y'hama Koat lilfiß> Mara 24 Apr 21 Apr 4 May I Mat U Mai 14 May Japan Pirilan Cull Service J ngipora Far: "Sbiisti Mara" Nt 5 15/11 Apr ColonbA, Karachi, Muscat, Buna, toon. Kuwait, Banfj'i, Doha, DuMi. Sackikawa (1080 words)
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      it'" TO AUSTRALIA AND NtW ZEALAND Loads Pinang P. Sham Sinnport Far: lUWtlt II May 21/21 Mar 22/21 Mt| tack. Napier, Lytt., Tuna™. fROM NEW ZEALAND Sailed last port HZ Due Spore P. Sham Ptnang Laaaiej lan ■AMORA Dmt*ii22 Mar 11/11 Apr STRAITS MABBAS SIRVICt. tiigaporo P. S'haan Penani Uaiiag (988 words)
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      ORIENT UNES LTD. s3^^^^- (incorporated in the republic of Singapore) u ICB BUILDING, 2 SHENTON WAY, SINGAPORE 1. TEL: XXXXX37. U.K. IUKOPt S«VICI LOADING FOR LONDON, H'BURG, R'DAM, HAVRE. Smppori P. S ham Penang Arrival: NEPTUNE ZIRCON 11/H Apr 1/12 Apr 11/14 Aar London 17/S, H'burg 21/5. R'ditn 24/S, Havrr (877 words)
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      ApTT-^ALAYstAN INTERNATIONAL mm SHIPPING CORPORATION BERHAD N-.XX.JI* Aj^pane- K«atoL«iipu. J| I The National SNpping Line of Malaysia FAR EAST/EUROPE SERVICE «ape«rt P. Slum Penani ArrrtMi BUNtA lAVA ll Ptrt 4/ 5 Aar Havri 29 4. London 1/5. Hamburg 65, R'dam 1/5, A'wtrp 11/5. Brtmen 1 3/5 lUNSA ORKIB 1/5 Jim (787 words)
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      THE PORT OF SINCAPORE AUTHORITY ANNOUNCED THE FOLLOW!NC BERTHINC ARRANGEMENTS FOR APRIL 3. OUT: NRUSlcaa 6/7 Kovdor fc I, Plantau 18 K Australasia 15/18 ranama Maru IR. Bankura 19. Klmanii .1 Kosho Mnru 23/26, Benedna 29/30. pando Point 3S/36. Eastern Moon 4i and Rnjula 42 43 Adams 10 11. Ratau (717 words)
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      British sov.Ti-iKn. Bacho Klro. FUJula. Oay Phormx. Aud Pruthm. ODhantcy. Trimly Manner. Northrrn Unity. Robert D Conrad. BenKkalls. I Yung Soltulla Hfinhau and Betsy. Inner Roads: KatonK. Tulang Bawang. Destination. Fagaras, King Draxon Kirn Hong Shlong. Landu. Samson. Bachtera Baku. Uing Moon, Mel.ta. Kan K ran. Bruas. Talhel Maru. Mnawa. (136 words)
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      The FRASER NEAVE GROUP OF COMPANIES in West Moloysio invite suitcbly qualified Mole Molaysion Citizens to apply for the position of: FACTORY SUPERVISOR for Penong, Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur ond Johore Bohru. The successful applicants will be responsible to the respective Pant Managers for all aspects of Production ond Quolity Control. (626 words)
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      KEMPAS (MALAYA) BERHAD (Incorporated In West Malays!* NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the Twelfth Ordinary Annual General Meeting of Members will be held at 54. Jalan Ampang. Kuala Lumpur, on Friday. 30th April. 1971. at 12 noon for the following purposes: To receive the Directors' Report and Accounts for the (778 words)
    • Page 23 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      IN THE HIGH COURT IN MALAYA AT KUALA lIMI'IK COMPANIES WINDING-UF NO. 13 OF 1969 In the Matter of UNION BUILDERS iM SDN. BHD. And In the Matter of the Companies Act, 1965. IDVEBTISEMENT OF AMENDED PETITION Notice is hereby given that a [jetltion tor the wlndlrg-up of :he above-named (822 words)
    • Page 23 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      INTERNATIONAL BOWLING CENTRE SITUATED IN SINGAPORE HYATT HOTEL SCOTTS ROAD PROUDLY PRESENTS: THE WORLD'S FIRST "8 -PIN PAL BOWLING TOURNAMENT" QUALIFYING COMMENCING 2.00 P.M. TODAY SPONSORED BY PHILIPPINES AIRLINES AN INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS International Computers Limited conducted several evening courses from February to April 1971, each course covering the Basic (581 words)
  • Page 24 Advertisements
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      PA has been asked to advise on the appointment of a SALES MANAGER (Up to $2,000) K leading international company which manufactures and markets industrial and consumer durables is seeking an experienced Sales Manager. QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should be Singapore citizens and able to converse in the main dialects. A University (570 words)
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      PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGER A leading organisation requires an ambitious executive with a recognised degree in Pharmacy and potential for growth to join its rapidly expanding Parmaceutical Division and to be trained to take over the management of the Division. Preference will be given to one \yho has previous experience in the (747 words)
    • Page 24 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      M Invite applications from Singapore and Malaysian Citizens between 20 and 26 years of age for appointment as CADET NAVIGATING OFFICERS QUALIFICATIONS: Senior Cambridge School Certificate with credits in at least five subjects including English, Mathematics ond c Science subject (preferably Physics). HEALTH: A high standard of medical fitness including (594 words)
    • Page 24 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      PA nu been reui.. to advise on the appointment of a PERSONNEL MANAGER BEECHAM PHARMACEUTICAL DIVISION Beecham are now commencing work on their 124 million pharmaceutical factory at Jurong which they expect to complete during the second half of 1972. The factory wtll process the penicillin nucleus Into the company's (625 words)
  • Page 25 Advertisements
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      [Saturday Car Market CM Cont. from Page 20) Tours and Excursion! NAM-H0 TRAVEL SERVICE Ltd.. Malaya Seven Days XXXXX-. air conditioned Bus XXXXX (Provided air conditioned room). Departure Everyday (Highlands Four Days SI7U 9 4/71. 12/4/71. 16/4/71. 20 4 71. 22/4/71. Haadyal Songkhla Five Days Bs9o/-, 10/4/71. 20/4/71. 2/5/71. Bangkok (855 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      Pata PIDICRII OOBERMANN BITCH 11 months old needs a loving Home Phone XXXXX4 B'pore. OOBERMANN CLUB SHOW Sunday 4th April Judging starts 4 p.m. venue 355-H. Holland Road. 64 m.s. Lost YOUNG FINAL! pur* Bred Blames* Kitten In Mount Alverala Hospital area Reward. Please Telephone XXXXX. Furniture Road. Tel XXXXX6. (895 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 3 [Advertisements]
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      ECONOHANO UPRIGHT piano sale/ hire Visit Mun Kai Piano Company 173 Clemenceau Avenue XXXXX9 Spore. IRAND NIW Sanyo AC 2 HP 16.000 bt.u. $700/. one. 112, Tembellng Road Tel: XXXXX3. lusmbstht, maaaaga ait*. lIUNISSI IT BEAUTE for your scientific relaxing massage, sauna baths. spotrcduclng and physiotherapeutic treatments with very latest (924 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 4 [Advertisements]
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      Vehicles lor sale SIN THAI HIN. 52 54. Short Street. Tel: XXXXX. XXXXX. 1960 Ford Prefect. 1962 Austin A4O, Volkswagen. 1963 Plat SOOD. Volkswagen 1500. 1965 Blmca 1500. 1966 Cortina D/L. Opel Rekord 19O0L. Minor 1000 8/W. Mercedes Brns 200. Ford Corsair, Renault Rto. Anglta DL. Flat 600 D. Rekord (982 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 5 [Advertisements]
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      V/VICTOR MOO with alrcond. 1969 2 road tax. View Block 160. Mtl L.nn Street B'pore XXXXX3 throughout Sunday. I*** OCT. CORTINA 1300 Stillonwaxen, only travelled 4.000 milrs Price $6,000 0.n.0. Tel: XXXXX View 2M Upper Paya Lebar Road B 'pore 1 p m j'. m ItM MERCEDES ISO. Excellent condition (1059 words)
    • Page 25 Advertisements Column 6 [Advertisements]
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      JAWATAN KOSONG (a) (I) Nama JawaUn: Penolong AkaunUn (li) Nama Jabatan: Lembaga Kumpulan Wang Slmpanan Pekerja. Petallng Jayu. (b) Tariff a Gail: $950x50- 1.050 Sekatan puchubaan $1 150x50-$1.650 (Oaji Berseh). (c) Taraf Kera'ayaian: Warganegara Malaysia. (d) Imor: Tidak lebeh darlpada 40 tahur. (c) Kelayakan dan Chalun2 bagl lantekan mesU-lah Penfalaman (758 words)
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      STATE OF SARAWAK Applications are Invited tor the following post: Post— B^t-arch Off leer (Soil Surveyor) (1 vacancy). Dr-partmrrt-AfricuUmrt. Satei-7 Division I, Scale A (*7iO— 1.420) Candidate.;, male or female, must b» not less than 26 and not more than 40 years of age; possess n recognised Honours Degree in (513 words)
  • TIMESPORT
    • S'pore put HKin a tight spot [Articles + Illustrations]
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      S'pore put HKin a tight spot ERNEST FRIDA By HONG KONG lost two early wickets for nine runs but batted on stoutly lor 30 more runs in reply to Singapore's first innings total of 209 at close on the first day of the inter-port cricket match at the Pfdang yesterday. (507 words)
    • Raffles come out tops [Articles]
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      Raffles come out tops Raffles institution became the national schools B Division sottball champions when they beat American School 5-2 at Thomson Road yesterday. Thomson Secondary took third place with a 19-16 win over Kirn Seng School.' Other results: Girls C Division final: Swiss Cottage bt Crescent Girls 8-7. Boys (61 words)
    • Three-way tie [Articles]
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      Three-way tie GREENSBORO (North Carolina). Krl. Lee Trevino. Miller Barber and Bob Charles tied for the first round lead, on 67 In '.he US$l9O,OOO Greater Greensboro Open golf tournament here today. (31 words)
    • Wadekar's gamble boomerangs [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Wadekar's gamble boomerangs BRIDGETOWN (Barbados), Fri.— The West Indies made Indian skipper Ajit Wadekar pay for his gamble in putting them in to bat when they reached 224-3 on the first day of the Fourth Test at Kensington Oval here. Wadekar, no doubt remembering his team's batting misfortunes when they (260 words)
    • Two points for IA [Articles]
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      Two points for IA Indian Association beat Polytechnic 4-2 in a SHA Dlv. 3 League hockey match at Balestier Road yesterday. BaldlraJ Singh, HS Dhlllon, Varsaka Singh and Ng Al Wall netted for lA. while Leong Weng Pook and Yong Yoo scored for Poly. (44 words)
    • Rifles held [Articles]
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      Rifles held Port Authority crew 2-2 with Gurkha Rifles in a friendly soccer match at Buklt Chermln yesterday. Michael Man and Lee Nathan netted for the portmen. K. Kumar and Prashad for Rifles (33 words)
    • ILLEY'S MEN WANT TO CUT A DISC TOO [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      ILLEY'S MEN WANT TO CUT A DISC TOO LONDON. Fri. The victorious English cricket team who won back the Ashes from Australia after 12 years, are to make a pop record to mark the occasion. Following the success of England's World Cup soccer squad with their record Back Home" cut (114 words)
    • Joo Chye smashes his way into singles semi-finals [Articles]
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      Joo Chye smashes his way into singles semi-finals T>AN JOO CHYE, runner-up last x year, made It clear he was not settling ror second best this time when he smashed his way Into the semi-finals of the national schools boys' A Division badminton championships at Linden Drive yesterday. He routed (540 words)
    • 6 days to go and already a sellout [Articles]
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      6 days to go and already a sellout JOE DORAI By yyiTH six days to go, the Singapore (irand Prix is already a sellout. Tickets for the 16 grandstands at Upper Thomson Road have been snapped up. The sports division of the Ministry of Social Affairs, who are sponsoring the (324 words)
    • Amazing Li moves to centre stage [Articles + Illustrations]
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      Amazing Li moves to centre stage CHINA'S Li-Ching K u. i -is (above) 30th in the world table tennis rankings last year, has moved to centre *tage after his amazing performance in the Swaythlinc Cup final against Japan in Nagoya on Thursday. The 24-year-old left hander, playing in his first (81 words)
    • Matsuda wrests 2nd round lead in the rain [Articles]
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      • REUTER
      Matsuda wrests 2nd round lead in the rain HON<; KONG. Iri A thunderstorm washed out the second round of the Hone Kong Open Rolf tournament today after Japan's Shim M.itsucli snatched a one-stroke lead over Paterno Braza of the Philippines. Wind swept the Fanling course and rain fell as American (296 words)
    • Gay Trip bids for first 'double' in 35 years [Articles]
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      Gay Trip bids for first 'double' in 35 years I ONDON, Frl Gay Trip. whose constant companion Is a goat, will attempt tomorrow to become the first horse for 35 years to win the famed Grand National steeplechase for the second successive time. The last two-time winner was Reynoldstown In (306 words)
    • Encore should win over 7f [Articles]
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      Encore should win over 7f RACING with EPSOM JEEP ENCORE goes over his favourite trip of 7f today and should have the beatitiir of a Class 2 Div. 4 field (Race 4) at Kuala Lumpur. Gambalan II also has a great chance in a Div. 3 field over 7f (Race (122 words)
    • Daryl's Joy for 'Arc' [Articles]
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      Daryl's Joy for 'Arc' FfcARYL'S JOY, Robert Goh's money--17 spinner in the United States, has been entered for Europe's richest event L'Arc d'Triomphe to be run in Paris in October. Daryl's Joy, will have several tune-up races in the United States, beginning with this month's Century Handicap at Hollywood Park. (84 words)
    • Picasso II goes like winner [Articles]
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      Picasso II goes like winner DICASSO 11. who Is en- gaged in Race 7 over 9f tomorrow, worked like a winner yesterday morning when he reeled off 3f in 37 3 5 In yielding going. Film Star also showed good form running 3f In 37 2 5 wide out. Forex (231 words)
    • FOCUS ON FORM [Articles + Illustrations]
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      FOCUS ON FORM NOVELIST: No recent form but can raise a good gallop if In the right mood; won twice over I 6f last season, scoring a three- length win in Class 5 Div 3 6f race at XL on Sept 19; one for a flutter. HEAVENLY BODY: Fair ef- (1565 words)
    • KL RUNNERS AND RIDERS [Articles + Illustrations]
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      KL RUNNERS AND RIDERS GOING FORECAST: Soft to heavy M.?T JM 2.15 CLASS 6. DIV. 2 —6F I(.V*HILW ($4,500— $3,150 to winner) 1 XXXXX NOVELIST I il~mryron) E llrrukrlrn 7 19 (dd 10) Skaarl S t XXXXX mint AND LOVI .1 d'ri.lri I llr uk.l.n 1 1. 7 (dd -5) (1386 words)
  • Page 26 Advertisements
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      BIASISWA KERAJAAN NEGERI PERAK TAHUN 1971 KURSUS DIPLOMA DI-MAKTAB TEKNIK, KUALA LUMPUR Lembaga Amanah Kumpulan Wang Blaslswa Pengajlan Tlnggi Anak2 Melayu. Perak ada-lah mempelawa permohonan2 darlpada Anaka Melayu yang menjadl warganegara Persekutuan untok kursus2 Diploma dalam mata2 pelajaran sapertl berlkut dl-bawah lnl di-Maktab Teknlk. Kuala Lumpur bagl Tahun Pengajlan 1971/72. (668 words)
    • Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      J.T.C. JURONG TOWN CORPORATION FARKS OFFICER (B) TECHNICAL CADET/ TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (CIVIL ENGINEERING) (C) HOUSING AND MAINTENANCE INSPECTOR (D) TECHNICIAN (QUANTITY SURVEYING) (E) TECHNICIAN (DRAUGHTSMAN STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING) (F) STENOGRAPHER (A) PARKS OFFICER An University Degree In Agriculture or Horticulture or related field from a recognised University with some (566 words)
  • Page 26 Miscellaneous
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      2nd Intercons Oamrs:. Cedar Girls School, 230 p.m. ■OCKKI SHA DIV. 1 Jansenltes v Khalsa. SRC ground 515 pm SAFSA v SRC. OSC ground. 5.15 p.m I A v Police, Thomson Rd.. 5 15 pm. VOLLEYBALL- Schools national volleyball championships Chung Hwa OirlV High School 3 pm. KICKET: Inter-port rr^itch: (56 words)
  • Page 27 Advertisements
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      Our Cordless Mini calculates up to gj $9,999,999,999,999,999 ilj^fo JB Wi B33EEH9 [ft lfidigits World's lit si electronic calculator with these features! This gives you multi-digit results from the four rules More digits than most large desk-top models. The figure Xand-r), from mixed calculations, currency display shows either the eight (163 words)
    • Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Advertisements]
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      WORD PUZZLE Cat iliac (tliti liici -r- > STRAITS TIMES SATURDAY WORD PUZZLE M' i I fOtiV t»l m sill attar 111IHI I U^lJ lUtlKtlMt IMtl' Id** MM «-i«l. mm 6 i I'Mh t swm fill Tl ~s7Tij letters I I I BELOW L Cai llMf tottrt I. Ml -J (447 words)
  • Shower under watchful eyes... [Articles + Illustrations]
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    • LOW YEW KONG
    Shower under watchful eyes... rERE were 90 hardheaded businessmen watching. But that didn't stop bikini girls Cathy Barry (left) and Nancy Tan from having a whale of a time in their showers. Even though executive Geoff Davies kept getting; into the act. It all made business sense really, for the (74 words)
  • Smoking claiming more lung cancer victims in S'pore [Articles]
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    Smoking claiming more lung cancer victims in S'pore CINGAPORE, Fri. J There are more people suffering from bronchitis and lung cancer in Singapore today with smoking becoming more popular. This was said today by Dr. J.L. Da Costa, senior lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Singapore. (195 words)
  • Deaths [Obituaries]
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    Deaths MR ISAAC ROBERT DOS*. 45. years passed away peacefully at 170-K Block 116 Loronc 1 To* Payob on 24 71. T. KATHIGItU. 62. passed away suddenly 12.15 am. 3 4.71 Cortege Iraves S; Duku Road for Hindu Cemetery Bidadarl 5 00 p.m. today. (44 words)
  • Not for reading [Articles]
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    Not for reading KUALA LUMPUR. Frl— The Government today banned a publication called -'Special Issue on the Charity Performances of the Hong Kong Sliver Star Arts Troupe in Malaysia, 1971" as prejudicial to the national security. (36 words)
  • Another friend [Articles]
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    • REUTER
    Another friend HONG KONG. Pr! China and Cameroon are to establish diplomatic ties. Radio Peking announced today. Reuter. (18 words)
  • The weather [Articles]
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    The weather The weather outlook for Singapore today from 6 a.m. to midday: Isolated showers In late morning. (18 words)
  • London stocks [Articles]
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    London stocks T ONDON. Frl. The stock market 1 tended easier today following the Dagenham Ford workers' rejection of the latest pay offer and the British Bteel Corporation's announcement of higher prices. At 245 p.m. the Financial Times index was down 2 4 at 344 .9. Closing middle prices of (438 words)
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